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About The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998 | View Entire Issue (July 4, 1957)
Up and Down ¡
The Avenue i
Rex Ohmart, assistant manager of
the Mill City Branch of the U. S.
National bunk is on his annual va-
Plywood Firm Head
Predicts Boom After
Lumber Slump Ends
Charles Kelly s Return
From Lions Conventions
5—THE MILL CITY ENTERPRISE
THURSDAY, JULY 4, 1H7
The Charles Kellys returned Sun- I
day from a 12-day vacation trip dur- !
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ay ere» of
:ng which they attended the Lions
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. MacGregor »ent Tacoma, Wash., were guests Sunday
By Don Moffatt
< lub state convention in Medford
to Bonneville Sunday to visit friends. at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd
Market difficulties currently plag* and the International Lions Club
Jack Oliver of Gates, is employed
ulng the lumber and plywood busi convention in San Francisco, Calif.
Four years ago this week, The Mill
Mr. and Mrs. George McConnell ness are only temporary in nature Reservations for them were made in
Citr Enterprise was sold to the pres at Detroit dam at the present t time.
of Portland, spent from Friday until and will be followed in a year or Oakland so they commuted by train
ent publisher. At that time we came
c<r each day across the bay
Mr. and Mrs. Tex Blazek are Monday here at the home of Mr. and two by improvement and an ulti or
here not knowing anyone, but with a
firm desire to become a part of this spending the week fishing at Dia-
limited time only
the belief expressed by Owen R.
Highlights of the convention were
community. During the four years mond Lake.
Mr. and Mrs. Franklin McDowell < hta tham. president and chairman a boat-trip around ___
spent here we have made many friends
and acquaintances up and down the
Mr. and Mrs. John Plymale and and sons of Renton, Wash., spent the of the Georgia-Pacific corporation Bay, a ride on the famous cable car,
weekend at the homes of their par- in an address recently at the closing and other sight-seeing tripe. The
canyon. These people have been good three children of Lebanon were
vi- ents in Mill City and Fox Valley.
session of the 52d annual convention opening session and two evening
to us and we in turn have tried our sitors in Mill City Sunday.
of the Oregon Bankers association at shows were held in the huge “cow
best to be good to them. We have
palace, ’ down the peninsula from
continually endeavored to make The
Guests Thursday evening at the the Multnomah hotel.
Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Toman and
The speaker looked forward to a San }■ rancisco. Kelly heard talks by
Enterprise a better newspaper, keep children of Salem, spent the weekend Howard Farmen home for a patio
ing it clean in content—a newspaper here at the Jack Scott home.
dinner were Mr. and Mrs. Jack Scott period of 20 years hence and fore- Gen. < ailos Romulo, Ambassador
catt that housing starts would boom fi oni the Philippines, and Secretary
that can be read by every member
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lalack.
of the family.
to 2,000,000 a year to keep up with of State John Foster Dulles.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph ltudlong and
Mr. and Mrs. Al Ziebert and dau- | ‘’’‘pending population and increas-
Some new equipment has been add
Mrs. Kelly attended a fashion-show
of families and the ‘gold at the Fairmont Hotel, with gowns
ed in four years here, and we now
ghter, Cindy, spent the weekend at ing
have a complete modern printing es
Waldport and Roseburg where they en age of Oregon’s timber industries” shown by Joseph Magnin's of San
the week at their Mill City homes.
visited Mr. and Mrs. Ed Romey, would be realized.
Francisco. Beautiful girls modeled
Population Growth Factor
At the time of taking over the bus
former residents here.
creations with price-tags up to
( heatham told the bankers the cur $198.95.
iness we were grateful then as we
J. Robinson spent several rent demand for plywood is running
are now for the many courtesies Saturday night in Canby with rela
I W hile in the city, the Kellys spent
shown us. As we start our fifth year tives. On Sunday they went to Cor- days last week as the guest of Mr. about 100,0(10,000 feet a week where an evening. going out to dinner with
of newspapering in the area, we look |vallis to visit other relatives and to and Mrs. Henry Baltimore near Red as production capacity is about 115,- E. C. (Brandy) Brandeberry, who
mond. The Baltimores are former 000,000 feet. A slight increase in
forward to many more years to come .take in the celebration there.
housing or a small lowering of pro was connected with the Hammond
long-time residents here.
of working with the people here.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Duggan are the
duction would correct the bad market Lumber Co. office here a number of
Thank you again for your coopera
years ago. He is now a partner in
proud parents of a son weighing 7
Dr. Mark Hammericksen’s Opto situation, he said.
pounds, 4 ounces, born to them June metric offices in the Bell building in
• * •
In reviewing the outlook for the the A & B lumber company, with of
fices on Market street.
CREAM AND STICK
The following little article was 21 at a Salem hospital. This is the Stay ton; Thursdays from 1:00 p. m. I future Cheatham said estimates in
to 6:00 P. M. No appointments ne
prepared for publication prior to the
adv. States will reach 175,000,000 by 1960 the Medford convention were hit by
nice weather we have been experi two daughters. The new arrival has cessary.
and. added to that, the bumper crop an attack of food poisoning follow
encing during the past week or so,
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Powelson of of "war babies” will be reaching mar ing the award luncheon on Saturday,
but it may give you a laugh or two. | —
EElgin spent a few days in Mill riageable age thus boosting the de June 22, the final day of the con
Seems most of us do considerable ’
mand for new homes.
yapping about the weather, but of '
across something I think might be They are former Mill City resident
The utilization of wood in which the men and women attended. In fact,
course we can’t do aynthing about t
and came to attend funeral services great strides have been made in the several were hospitalized for a few
it at all, only hope that the sun will
ers of The Enterprise. Here ’tig for for Forrest Nydegger.
last 20 years will see further ad days, one man from Salem spending
shine so we can burn the moss, that what
vances in the next two decades, thus a week in a hospital at San Fran
has accumulated on our backs, off be
Dirty days hath September,
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Toman went adding further to the value of the cisco.
fore fall sets in again.
April, June and November,
to Cchoco park Sunday, where they state’s timber products industries,
We were reading one of the daily
From January up to May,
met Mr. and Art Robison of Spray. acording to Cheatham.
Mr*. R. L. Faust is In a serious
1 he rain it raineth every day.
Miss Lynn Robison, who had been
at the Good Samaritan
All the rest have thirty-one
Frank A. (Denny) Sheythe, ap
visiting at the Toman home here, re
Without a blessed glam of sun;
prentice petty officer third class, hoapital m Portland following sev
turned to Spray with her parents.
And if any of them had
USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. Donald E. eral days' hospitalization in Albany
Two and thirty,
Maurie Bassett went to Corvallis Sheythe of Mill City, Oreg., gradu as the result of a painful illness af
They’d be just as wet
Saturday where he drove in the ated June 12 from Recruit Training fecting her leg. It has not been de
And twice as dirty.
Centennial parade. Maurie was se at the Naval Training Center, San termined whether the condition is the Dependable Prescription
cond place winner in the state Ja.vcee Diego, Calif. Apprentice petty of result of a stroke or a heart attack
Then perusing another sheet we road-e-o held at McMinnville re ficers are chosen from the ranks of a number of months ago. Mrs. Homer
came across this little gem:
the seaman recruits to assist Com- Thacker and two sons, who recently
J. C. Kimmel
pany Commanders. The selection is moved to Happy Camp, Calif., drove
When Mark Twain was editor of a
western newspaper, a superstitious
Dr. J. 5V. Reid, who has been on a based on individual
i----------- aptitude and to Mill City Tuesday due to her moth
susberiber found a spider in his paper three-week vacation in the southern leadership qualities. He is at his er’s illness. Mr. Faust has been
staying in Albany with another
and wrote the editor to ask if that was states returned to his home here home hers now on leave.
daughter, Mrs. Bob Trask.
Monday. Mrs. Reid and the two child
a sign of good or bad luck.
With his usual needle-witted ap ren will remain for another three
Upper Canyon Has Many
preciation of the situation, the hum weeks.
orist answered in the following vein:
Exhibits at Stayton Show
Cathy and Connie Lawrence, small
“Old Subscriber: Finding a spid
The Antique and Hobby show
er in your paper was neither good daughters of Mr. and Mrs. B. H. sponsored by the Santiam Memorial
nor bad luck for you. The spider was Lawrence are confined to their home Hospital Auxiliary was fairly well
merely looking over our paper to with the measles. Craig Shaw is also attended June 29 and 39 at the Stay I
CHAIN YOU CAN BUY...
We Give S and H Green Stamps
see which merchant is not advertising home with a severe outbreak of the ton Civic building. While most of the
so that he can go to that store, spin same malady'.
antiques shown were from the upper
his web across the door and live a
canyon, most of the hobbies were
EXCLUSIVE NEW PINTAIl
life of undisturbed peace ever af
family visited Sunday in Salem at the ' fronm the Stay ton area.
• tops for cutting hardwoo<
homes of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hunter ' A Portland dealer had some an
even froten timber
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Hunter. The tiques for sale.
Now to get back to things at home.
The committee thanks ail those
• pintail design greatlv re
Hunters reecntly moved to
Everyone in the area knows that The
cooperated in the event, but feel
duces chain chattar, hold*
I Enterprise just completed a subscrip Salem, from Renton, Wash.
sharp edge longer.
that more people could have attend
tion campaign. This happened dur
• greater rivet bearing are*
Among those attending the rodeo ed. as well as exhibited their an
ing the campaign when some of the
means lest chain stretch,
tiques or hobbies to make it more
longer chain life
young sales girls and boys were in at Sisters recently, were Mr. and succesful.
the office One little gal about as big
For heavy-duty cutting, yua
as a minute came to the back of the Jo, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Gnuschke,
just can’t beat McCulloch*»
i shop where 1 was running the lino- Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Shepherd and Little League Dumps
new Pintail ehain ... aee and
i type. She watched for a little bit, Mr. and Mrs. Don Marshall and fam
test it today.
Stayton 8 to I Friday
¡then said: ‘‘I think I’d like to marry ily.
I a newspaperman.” Of course I was
Terry Morris, Mill City’s No. 1
Mr. and M.rs. Don Moffatt visited pitcher for the little league held ,
' sort of surprised hearing that state
ment from so small a lass, so I asked over the weekend at the home of Stayton to three hits (all by Miller
, her why. She said: “Oh they’re never their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. the catcher) and struck out 11 to
! home.” There went my ego all to and Mrs. J. D. Frace and daughters hold Stayton to one run in Friday's
at Beaverton. They also called at the game.
Art Redinger home in Gresham Sat
Leading the Mill City attack at
plate was Dubby Stewart with
THE ALL NEW
1 ad writers who dish up goop for tele
3 for 4 and with 4 runs batted in.
We will give Green Stamps for Cash Pur
vision commercials. Especially all that
Walt Olmstead, Mill City short stop
MAC 35" CHAIN SAW tripe about the various and sundry met Mrs. Bob Biggs (Jane Peterson) connected
chases and for Accounts Paid by the I Oth of the
with a homer to bring in
brands of cigaretts. Everyone knows of Eugene, and her children in Salem one run and himself for 2 RBI and
$165.00 Complete with they do you no good, but still smoke
Luther Nicholson hit a solid base hit
them. I know, I puffed on the weed went to the Kelly cottage at Roads to get the other 2 RBI’s.
Blade and Chain
for many, many years. This idea of End to spend a few days. Mrs.
Mill City's next game is the 4th at
“exciting flavor, smoother.” Wow, Chance said the weather was perfect. 7:30 just before the fireworks.
YOUR PATRONAGE WILL BE APPRECIATED.
I never did find a cigarette that would Mr. Biggs now has his own television
Ideal for Farmers, Sports make me feel like popping my bis show on KVAL Eugene. His program
Too Late To Classify
cuit, but then maybe my reflexes are deals with flowers and landscaping.
men and Cabin Owners too slow. I only wish they would Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Puett of Kan FOR SALE—Jeep, four wheel drive.
H. E. Whitaker
change their brand of talk, as it is
getting pretty stagnant. Especially sas City, Mo., are visiting at the
ped. Phone 671 Detroit.
present time with their son-in-law
the where it tastes good like a ciga
Raymond Branch & Son
rette should. Must be a super brand
Marastom and daughter, Julie at the
of alfxlf*- Oh well, it does pay for the Last Frontier. On July 9th, Mrs.
programs we see for free, and if it
Marastoni’a brother and family of
Phone UL 9-2160 Mehama'«“,^’.« S.Ï Sì XI“ Misouri are expected to arrive for
a visit here.
' mediate silence.
Mn. Paul Barkley of Corvallis ia
spending this week as th* guest of
her parents, the Charles Kellys, while
FORMERLY THE LAKE LODGE
her husband is on a field trip in
Eastern Oregon in connection with
his work for the US Agricultural
I department Four other men are also
NOW UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT
I on the expedition.
MILL CITY PHARMACY
• • •
M c C ulloch ’ s
UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT
BUT OFFERING THE
QUALITY SERVICE & SELECTION
GREEN STAMP POLICY
4TH OF JULY
I0 c -I5 c -25 c
A. and M. Toman
Store Hours 8 a. m. to 6:30 p. m.
Located next to Mill City Jewelry Store
Milt City, Ore.
Visiting for the past several weeks
at the home of Mrs. lister Mason
has been her cousin, Mrs. William
Dickson of Prairie City, near La-
Grande. They spent three days at
Waldport visiting Mrs. Mason's son
and family, the Edwin Stones, also
attending the night performance of1
the “baton clinic" in which Sharon i
Stone participated with the “Sham
rocks.” Mrs ^fason states she visit
ed with many old-time residents ot
this area who now make their homes
in the vicinity of Waldport. It was
also learned that Mrs. Dickson’s.
son, Carl, who worked for a consid
erable time at Shirley’s Beauty shop
several rears ago, was married last
April and has a beauty shop at La-
Grande. The father, William Dick
son, passed away last February. AH
are well known here.
Every Saturday Night
From 9 to 2:30
Come and Enjoy Dancing to this Good Western Music