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About The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998 | View Entire Issue (July 4, 1957)
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] Traditional birthday cake was served, 1—THE MILL CITY ENTERPRISE •
sparked with ice cream, candy and THURSDAY, JULY 4. 1957
By Boats Champion
On Monday at 11:30 a. m. Mrs.
Mrs. Dorothy Harris
hostess John Pitcher of Idanha entertained
at a miscellaneous stork shower held with a birthday party honoring her
at her home in Idanha Friday even son, Gerald on his 8th birthday an
ing, honoring Mrs. Nancy Monroe, niversary. Games were played, and
also of Idanha. Attending were a wieaer roast enjoyed by the group.
Mmes. Frank Moore, Len Davis. Chili, and individual cup cakes
Harry Spencer, Lee Hopson, Jim adorned with a single candle, and
Wright, Wallace Cobine, Warren pop sickles, added zest to the affair.
Stoll, Leo Morgan, and Mis« Kathy Attening were Dennis Stoll, Douglas
By Ronald E. Ragsdale
Cobine. Refreshments were served. Spencer, Vaughn Everely, Harold \
Recent visitors at the Herbert
Wenke home in Idanha were Mrs. H- Johnson, Ray Sophy Jr., Wayne
Work is nearly completed on the
Kuhl and children, Judy, Janice and Rosemond, Frankie Moore, Benjie
bank building where we will hold
Lind of Brookfield, Neb.
Mrs. Louie Renn announced Sun Jimmie Harris, and Gerald’s sisters, our meetings from now on. Last week
a coat of paint went on the walls and
day that there will be an orchestra Sheran, Pam and Judy.
Word was waiting in Idanha for ceiling. The windows and Venetian
for every Saturday night at Howdy's
Mrs. Gordon Skidmore of Seattle, blinds have been cleaned and the
Club, formerly the Lake Club.
1 Mrs. Jean Rosemond of Idanha upon her arrival there Saturday that place looks a lot better now. We will
¡entertained with a 1:30 p. m. birth- her father-in-law, Isaac Skidmore hold our first meeting there this
i day party Friday, honoring her of Bellingham, Wash., had passed Wednesday.
The Jay-C-Ettes held a baked food
daughter, Melodie on her 8th birth- away unexpectedly. Although the
[ day anniversary; and son, Wayne on elder Skidmore was reportedly in sale there Friday. They reported a
his 7th anniversary. Co-hostesses were poor health, news of his death came good reception toward the sale, hav
Mrs. Earl Lady and Miss Sandra as a shock. Mrs. Skidmore immedi ing sold out completely the first two
I Youngblood. Attending were class- ately returned to Seattle. The Gor hours. Free coffee was served to the
| mate* of the 1st, 2nd and 3rd grade, don Skidmore’s were former resi public.
The 4th of July celebration is upon
I 35 in all. Entertainment was provid- dents of Idanha.
us this week. The park is ready for
ed by the playing of outdoor games.
District Ranger Al Sorseth re
Winning prizes in this sport were ported that Marion Lake guard sta the occasion as are all the various
j Dennie Stoll, Ronnie Cobine, Theresa tion was manned Saturday, and that sponsoring organizations. A lot of
I Thompkins, and Kathy Shepard. Henline and Whestone lookouts were work has gone into preparation for
the event. We invite everyone to at
tend as there will be something there
for the whole family all day long
starting at 11 a. m. Buttons and
tickets will be on sale at the park
in case someone missed buying
Quality Meats and Groceries
OPEN SEVEN DAYS A WEEK
1 Pound 89*
Van Camp's Pork & Beans
No. 21 Tins 4 for 89*
MILL CITY MEAT MARKET
IT PAYS TO BUY FROM HOME TOWN STORES
bur Watrli ïemig!
VI hen regularly cared for, you*
watch will give year» of fine
service. You owe it to.yourself
to have your watch cleaned
and oiled at least once yearly.
It's such a satisfaction to have
a reliable watch—euch an
annoyance to have one
manned Monday and Tuesday of this
week. Whetstone is located on the
Little North Fork. Manning of the
remaining lookouts will follow soon,
The auxiliary switchboard which
services Breitenbush Springs, Mar
ion Forks, Fish Hatchery and the
Cascade Packers, through the sum
mer months, has been moved to the
Art Closter residence. It formely I
was located at the Joe Leis home,
Call number is 361.
Motoring to Lewiston, Calif., last
Tuesday to visit at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Leonard Bullard, were Mrs.
Art Clester and children Lonnie and
Bonita. They were accompanied by
Mrs. Marion Sowa and chidlren of
Roseburg. Lonnie and Bonita remain
ed for a three-week visit with their
Bring your watch to us soon
and let us inspect it —free of
charge, of course! Make this a
yearly habit. It will
In servicing your Bulwa uvteh tee use only
Genuine B1L0VI Factory Parts
Authorized Bulova Distributor
To dispose of that surplus
Try a For Sale ad in
Mill City, Oregon
Dutch Maid Margarine
4 Lbs 85'
MADE IN SALEM
JUNE 6, 1957
The United States National Bank
3 Lbs. 89
BEST FOOD MAYONNAISE
Quart Jar 67'
Bacon lb. 59*
Fryers lb. 49*
3 lbs 1.00
DRINK 46 oz. can
2 for 49*
29 020 00
Reserves for Interest, Taxes, etc
Interest Collected Not Earned
S 20,000 000 00
20 000,000 00
$ 790 440 132 99
Candy Bars 6/25*
Cash an Hand and Ou« from Bank«.
United State« Oovomm«n» Bond«...
Municipal and Other Bonds..............
Loan« and Discounts—Not................
Stock In Fodorel R«s«rv« Bank.........
Bank Promisos (Including Broncho«).
Cuttern or«' liability on Acceptance«
Interest Earned ......................................
FREE DELIVERY DAILY
PRICES GOOD JULY 4-5-6
DUUCT IUWC* O>
OREGON'S OWN STATE-WIDE BANK
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