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About The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 8, 1955)
»—THE MILL CITY ENTERPRISE
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 8. 1955
Ralph Scott, Royce Longfellow and kJ I
Menama DrOWflie I TOOD
The December meeting of the Hot —
Lunch club was held in the school . f*f|tprt2IHC MrifnOFC
basement Thursday evening. Mrs. j >-l II VI I Qll 10 lTIUIIIC1 3
Myers gave a report on the highway
MEHAMA—Brownie Scout Troop
crossing. She said they would not be N
136 invited their mothers and
able to have a safety patrol. The friends to a birthday party at the
school program will be held at the chuieh Wednesday afternoon, No
church the evening of December 22. vember 30. The party which had
The mothers are to meet in the been planned for earlier in the month
church basement Wednesday morn was postponed due to bad weather.
ing, December 21 to fill the boxes
Four Brownies who received their
with treats for the children. Hostes pins were Paula Kirkland, Harriet
ses for the evening were Mrs. D. L. Golliet, Suzanne Phelps and Linda
Teeters, Mrs. Junior Owens and Mrs. Coffman. Girls receiving one-year
Orval Landers. The January meet pendants to fasten on their pins
ing will be Thursday evening, Janu- were Myra Mulford, Linda Landers,
aiy 4 and all mothers are urged to Bettie Coles, Joan Owen, Leanns
I arpentei and Penne Norton.
Among those from here going to
Cup eakes with candles on them |
Portland to attend the Shrine Cere weie served to celebrate the Brown
monial Saturday were Mr. and Mrs. ie’s birthday and Mrs Boyd Norton
Steve Myers, Mr. and Mrs. D. G. furnished
---------- a „ special treat
Myers, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Taylor in honor of her daughter, Penne’s
and Mr. and Mis. Ken Golliet.
8th birthday anniversary which was
Mrs. Saba VanDyke of Rothbury, November 29.
Mich., who was a house guest of Mrs.
Mabella Landers for several weeks
left for Bend the first of last week
where she will visit relatives for a
short time. Mrs. VanDyke also ex
pects to visit relatives in California
before returning home.
Recent guests for several days at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. J.
Blum were their son and wife, Mr.
and Mrs. Leonard Blum from Happy
here last week telling of the birth of
a second daughter to Mr. and Mrs.
Dan Hughes of Coos Bay. The new
arrival has ben named Sheryl Ann.
Mis. E. J. Hughe? is the paternal
Another birth that was not re-
ported before was that of a daugh-
ter, to the Eugene Clason’s of For
tuna, Calif. October 28. This is the
Clason’s third daughter. Ray Clason
is the grandfather.
By Mrs. John Teet-ra
Of all kinds. Trusses
Private Fitting Rooms.
“Ask Your Doctor”
Capital Drug Store
504 State St.
Corner of Liberty
S and H Green Stamps
The Ladies Aid met at the church
Thursday afternoon for a short busi
ness meeting. Final plans were made
and approved for the church fellow
ship dinner Thursday, December 8. A
report was given by the treasurer
and it was voted to turn over »300
to the church building fund to be
used for finishing the walls in the
fellowship hall and kitchen. It was
decided to have a Christmas party
at the church Friday, December 16.
There will be a pot luck luncheon
at noon with a gift exchange fol
lowing and a birthday celebration
for all members having birthdays
during the last three months of the
Mrs. G. V. Christensen was hostess
Wednesday afternoon, Nov. 30 be-
tween the hours of 2:30 and 4:00 to
a group of boys honoring her son
Stuart on his "th birthday anniver-
saiy. The hostess served 1 birthday
cake and lemonade to the ! honor
guest Stuart Christensen, Bobby
Roten, Harold and Douglas Brown,
Chains, Snow Tires, Anti-Freeze, Batteries
FOR YOUR WINTER DRIVING
ELECTRIC AND ACYTELENE
Mill City Texaco Service
DETROIT—Detroit’s 14-6 victory
over St. Paul was the second largest
mat gin in the Marion County B
League annual jamboree basketball
game played Friday at Mill City.
Russell Rice and Don Watkins, both '
with six points shot the Detroit club
into the victory.
Following is the Detroit basketball |
schedule of home games. Amity, De
cember 13; Gates, December 16; '
Chemawa January 3; St. Boniface,
January 6; Mill City, January 13; 0.
S. D., January 24; Scio February 3;
St. Paul February 14; Jefferson Feb
Games away from home—OSD De
cember 9; Scio December 20; St. Paul
January- 10; Jefferson January 17; !
Amity January 27; Gates January
31; Chemawa February 7; St. Boni-
face February 10; Mill City February
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are so convenient
and easq to send
Florist and Nursery
319 W. Wash. Street
Phone 6684, Stayton.
Open 7 a. m. to 9 p. m.
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To dispose of that surplus
Try a For Sale ad in
The Mill City Enterprise
There is No Substitute For Local
HEADQUARTERS FOR ALL YOUR
Check the ads for bargains
9,0 WITH PRAYER. . .
£ a — J kl & i
Grated Tuna 5 / $1
SEND YOUR CHILD A PERSONAL LETTER
£ FROM SANTA HIMSELF.
Pillsbury’s Angel Food
Cake Mix, Pkg.
Crackers 2 lbs 49c
You may select one of more than six beautifully print
ed, full color letters. Each letter comes complete with
a colored envelope showing a picture of Santa Claus.
Mall your Santa Claus letter in our special mail box,
we will have them sent from the famous Santa Claus
Post Office, in Santa Claus, Indiana. A letter with the
magic Santa Claus postmark thrills the children and
remains a cherished souvenir.
Any child would be delighted to receive a personal
letter from Santa Claus. Make this a gayer and bright
er Christms for all the children on your Christmas list.
Nally’s Lumberjack 24 oz.
ASK US FOR INFORMATION
SYRUP bottle 33c
The sure and nimble touch of
the hands of a great pianist is the
result of hours of daily practice
over a period of years. The great
and thrilling music which he
creates is the product of daily de-
votion to his art.
Every fine accomplishment in
life requires the same daily devo
tion. If your house is neat as a pin,
if you have a lovely garden, if your
office is well-run and efficient, you
know that it takes hours of daily
care and devotion.
So with prayer. Prayer is one of
the highest gifts a man has. But if
it is to become more than a
spasmodic and superstitious cry for
help, it too requires daily care and
devotion. It takes practice!
The Church stands ready to help
you and your children know the
great joy which comes to a man
through daily prayer. And the best
part of it is, the more you practice
prayer, the greater the joy and hap
piness you will derive from it.
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MILL CITY PHARMACY
"Your Personla Service Store.”
Mill City, Oregon
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Liberal Trade-In Allowance«
GATES GENERAL STORE
Kliewer Quality Meats
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YAMS, 2 pounds
BEEF AND PORK
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I Lean and Meaty
Pure Lard, 4 lbs. 59c I ■ Pork Chops, lb.
2 lbs. 30c I I
T-Bone and Sirloin
Sliced Bacn, lb.
Pancake Flour sPerr*s 4
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8 quart size
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Groceries and Meats
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