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About The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998 | View Entire Issue (June 27, 1957)
Mrs. Harvey Meacham is visiting S—THE MILL CITY ENTERPRISE | Mr. and Mr». Jerry Pittam and
her husband at Happy Camp, Calif. THURSDAY. JUNE 27. 1957
j family and Linda Barker of Detroit
spent Saturday and Sunday at Breit-
Mr. and Mrs, Bill Howe of Port
’ enbush. They stated the road to the
land were weekend guests of hi»
resort is much better this year than
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Howe.
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Hudgins and
Sherry of Portland were weekend
guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Floyd Johnson. They left Monday and
plan to go into the State of Wash
ington looking for a new location.
for windows ... breezewoys
polios... porches... doors
Kelly Lumber Sales
Mr. and Mr». Ace Underwood.
Beverly and Darlene, and Mr. and
Mrs. Gary Underwood returned Sun
day evening from a vacation trip
which took them back to their old
home at Kansas City, Kansas. They I
had been gone since the firgt of the
Mr. and Mrs. George Lindquist and month, and said the crops there had
son, Dean, spent Sunday with Mr. been damaged by too much rainfall.
Mr. and Mrs. John Bowers and two and Mrs. Don Moffatt. They were
sons of Denver, Colo., spent a few accompanied home by Mrs. O. E.
David Sail, who is stationed with
days here last week at the home of______
___ had _ ____
spent two weeks the army at White Sands. N. M.. cal
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Whitaker. They here with her daughter,
led Mrs. Jennie Smith here recently
left Saturday morning.
stating he would most likely get a
Mr. and Mrs. O. K. DeWitt were furlough the forepart of July. A coin
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Grant and sons, j in Portland Sunday to attend a fam- cidence of the call was that his par
Mr. and Mrs. Gordon McMorris, Miss ily reunion held at the home of his ents, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Vail, of
Lorena Devine, Wayne Devine and sister, Mrs. Jim Richardson. The Gates, , drove
----- into the Smith yard
Marlin Cole, attended a soft ball Richardsons are leaving soon on an : just as he called, so he was able
game in Corvallis Sunday afternoon. European tour.
! to visit with his parent« also.
Dr. Mark Hammericksen's Opto- Mg.
r" . and Mrs. Charles Champ and
Traffic Accidents Lower
metric offices in the Bell building in children, Lisa and Rex i of
Stayton; Thursdays from 1:00 p. m. Hollywood, Calif., visited last week In State This Year
6:00 P. M. No appointments ne- at the home of his cousin, Mrs. M.
Traffic accidents and injuries so
adv.|G. Rambo. They all attended a family f-
far this year appear to be running
reunion at Newport Sunday, and re slightly below 1956,
1956. even though the
' Mr. and Mrs. Walter A. Mackie port perfect weather.
death count for Oregon remains vir
and son, Billie, returned Friday fore
tually the same.
noon from a two-week vacation trip
In Corvallis Friday evening for the
A release from the Department of
that took them to Berkeley, Calif., Corvallis Moose vs. Nored Builders Motor Vehicle's traffic safety divis-
I where they visited relatives.
softball game were Mr. and Mrs. j ion shows 19,099 traffic accident»
Gordon McMorris, Mr. and Mrs. Jim I were reported to the state through
M iss Nancy Whitaker, who has Grant, Miss Joan Cole and Marlin
the end of April. This compares with
visited here for two weeks with her Cole. McMorris, Grant and Cole are 22,222 accidents during the same per
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert playing this season for Nored Build iod a year ago.
Whitaker, left Monday by plane for ers of Corvallis.
About 500 fewer personal injuries
her home in Billings, Mont.
were reported this year for the Jan- j
Funeral services weTe held Thurs uary through April period.
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Grant, Mina Lo- day afternoon at the Bilyeu Den
rena Devine and Marlin Cole, at- cemetery near Scio for Dale Burton,
I tended the Lindberg-Randall vs. Nor- infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Eldred
loo Late To Classify
j ed Builders softball game in Salem Burton. The baby was born Sunday
SALE—Red Raspberries. John i
I Saturday night.
in the Albany hospital and passed h OR
Kunkle, Rt. 1, Box 50, Lyons,
away Tuesday. Grandparents
Oregon, first house east of Fox
Mr. and Mrs. Ford Wilson and fam I Mr. and Mrs. John Angelsey of Mill
\ alley schoolhouse. Phone UL 9-
ily left the latter pat of the week for |City.
Anchorage, Alaska, where he will be
employed by the government.
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Douglas I
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Bassett and Thomas, was severely injured re
daughter, Miss Rosalie, spent Sunday cently when she fell while running
on the coast. They reported good with a stick in her mouth. The wound
weather and many people at the which was inflicted became infected
and she is »till in the hospital in
Salem. Her mother stated she be
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hayes and son, lieved she would be able to come
for your every day
Allen, were dinner guests of the home this week.
Rex Ohmart’s Sunday evening, The
occasion was in celebration of Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Jenkins.
Haye’s birthday anniversary.
Susan and Dennis, returned Satur
day after a two and a half week
Hugh Jull preached the sermon vacation visiting friends in Los An
Sunday at the Gates church and next geles, and touring the State of Cali- |
Sunday will fill the pulpit at Mehama fornia. They visited Yosemite Na- i
at the Community Presbyterian tional Park, Reno, and Tiajuana, 1
church, during the absence of Rev. Mexico. In Van Nuys, Calif., they I
visited the Bill McCarthy’s; in Peta- j
luma the Roy Walkers and in Santa
Mill City, Oregon
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Draper and Rosa, the Russel Heacox's, all form- |
Mrs. W. R. Hutcheson were in Port er resident? of Mill City.
land Tuesday night to attend an East-
em Star meeting. Mr. Draper’s sis
ter, Mrs. Nona Sarachs was initiated
into the order.
Mr. and Mrs. Edsel Croan have
been on vacation for some time and
returned recently from Victoria, B. C.
Before they went there they had spent
some time in the San Eranciso area.
They said they had an enjoyable time
on both sojourns.
“DUTCH BOY” INSTANT
NEW ACRYLIC LATEX
FLAT WALL PAINT . . .
goes on fast and smooth
begins to dry instantly
easy clean up with water
Mr. and Mrs. Arey Podrabsky and
daughter, Judy, left Saturday morn
ing for Los Angeles, Calif., where
, they will spent the week sightsee
ing and visiting their son-in-law
and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Jull were in- |
volved in an automobile accident
near Woodland, Wash., when an
other car pulled out onto the high-
i way from a side road. The Jull car
was totally wrecked, and Mrs. Jull
is now on crutches, however the in-
' jury was not too serious.
• McCoy Electric Co., Portland, is
making potential transformer chang
es at Detroit Power house at the pre
sent time. They had a three-mau
| crew working last week and a five-
man crew this week.
SAVE .t> SAFECO
You can cut your auto insurance bill if
you are a safe driver. Get better all-around
protection, and fast claims
service. Ask us today—
SaricCT JERRY PITTAM AGENCY
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IT PAYS TO BUY FROM HOME TOWN STORES
SUMMER DRUG SPECIALS
Stick or Jar i Price
Two Large Jars 79e
Remember to Enter the
BEXEL PONY CONTEST
Don't Shortchange Yourself on Vitamins
Because It's Summer
TUSSY LIPSTICK SPECIAL
s2.20 value $1.20
s2.00 size $1.25
Tussy Cologne, Bubble Bath or Bath Powder
MILL CITY PHARMACY
Dependable Prescription Service
J. C. Kimmel
I ( owe s t - p ri c e d
Word wa> received here the fore
part of the month by Hugh Jull that
We Give S & II Green Stamps his younger brother had passed
i away in Scotts Bluff, Neb. He had
Mill City been ill for many years following an
Need Something Different for that
PINK AND BLUE SHOWER?
We have just received a new shipment of ideal
Items for this happy occasion.
ADA’S NEEDLE SHOP
Phone 2 243
MILL CITY. OREGON
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The Nu-Method Way
Just in Time for July 4th
Our Rates are reasonable and we also give
S <& H Green Stamps
FORD SUNLIM R
Model for model, right across the board
FORD is LOWEST* priced of the low-price three
Location 330 Broadway. Mill City
We will be closed July 4th
DO NOT FORGET THE MILL CITY
2ND ANNUAL CELEBRATION
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