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About The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 8, 1955)
fr—THE MILL CITY ENTERPRISE
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 8. 1955
VISUAL CARE: There is No Finer Gift
In Damage Suit
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DETROIT—Three Detroit area re
sidents were named as defendants
in a double damage action which asks
more than $100,000 for injuries al
legedly suffered in a highway acci
dent near Marion Fork September 4.
Two Eugene area women, Leia
Hopkins and a step -daughter-in-law,
Aladean Hopkins, filed separate com
plaints in Marion County Circuit
Court. They each charged negligence
on the part of defendants Hilma E.
Dickie, Arlie L. Dickie, and Francis
■ Joseph Johnson.
Leia Hopkins, driver of a car in-
volved in the collision, asked $53,000
general damages, $3,150 special
I damages and $2,500 loss of wages,
i Aladean Hopkins, riding with the
other woman at the time of the acci
dent, asked $45,000 general damages,
$2,795 special damages, and $750
loss of wages.
The complaints allege that Johnson
was negligent while driving the other
vehicle involved. It was further al
leged that the car was owned by the
The two complaints both claimed
severe injuries were suffered jn the
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Detroit’s annual tree
sponsored through the combined ef
forts of the Detroit Civic club and
the Detroit merchants was dolled up
Saturday afternoon with the expected
appearance of Santa Claus in these
parts. The tree, a natural, is located
at the north end of town.
Mrs. Leonard Bullard (Carrie
, Clester) of The Dalles, who only re-
I cently underwent major surgery at
I St. Vincent’s hospital was released
I November 19, underwent major surg-
| ery again Friday for the removal of
I the gall bladder. She is reported as
getting along O. K. The Bullards A
Iweie former residents of Detroit.
Mrs. Dave Oja of Detroit, who un- A
i* iderwent major surgery Monday fol-
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,• j ospitai in Portland,
Portland, is reported as x
I : etting along nicely.
/. Mrs. Oja only 1
x ■< ■cently
‘cently underwent a major throat 3
deration, and much concern was I
felt for her.
Jesse Moses, who recently suffered A
a heart attack and was confined to
a Salem hospital has been transfer
red to Santiam Memorial hospital at
Stayton. His condition is reported as
fair. Bill Tietz, school custodian, who
recently suffered a heart attack and
confined to the same hospital is re
ported to be doing as well as can be
I. be expected.
Lawrence Trask, who sustained a
broken leg in a logging accident the
forepart of November was released
from Santiam Memorial hospital
and is at home to his friends at the
Barker Motel in Detroit.
The Deanha PTA will hold their
annual pot luck dinner in the
cafeteria at the Detroit school at
6:30 p. m. Thursday, December 15.
Everyone welcome, but bring mit the
Mrs. Len Davis of Idanha accom
panied by her son, John, motored to
Bend Saturday, where they were the
guests at the home of the John
John Steidl’s. They reported two
inches of snow in Bend, and roads
icy over the pass on their return
home Monday morning.
Weekend visitors in Idanha were
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Riblin and family
of Ukiah, Calif. They left Monday
for Prineville, where they will visit
with relatives before returning to
their home. They were former resi
dents of Idanha.
While in Salem recently, Mr. and
Mrs. John Estey visited her brother.
Ward Stahlman and family. Ward is
quite ill w-ith stomach ulcers and
a heart condition. Plans are now
that he will undergo a major opera
tion in the near future.
Miss Roseann Booker, who has been
confined in the TB hospital at Salem
for some time was allowed to come
home for the Thanksgiving holiday
and visited with relatives here, She
has returned to the hospital for fur-
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Beaver and
children of Scappoose were recent
guests at the John Estey home Mrs.
Beaver is the former Margie Book
er, and a niece of Mrs. Estey.
Old man winter threw his author
ity around again in the wee hours
Monday morning dumping about four
inches of snow in Detroit-Idanha
proper. Monday it rained, and Tues
day the area was visited with rain,
accompanied by gale-like winds.
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