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1— THE MILL CITY ENTERPRISE
THURSDAY, JULY 4. 1957
117. The new
named four children of Babbit, Nevada left
Friday after u week’s visit with Mrs.
j C b A S S I F 1 E b RATES
Used Furniture Bargains. We give
\ isitors with relatives here the King's brother and family, Mr. and
By Mrs. John Tsetere
Mrs. Raymond Branch.
| Church bazaars, suppers, bake
Penny Saver Stamps. Phone 6804.
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Ward (Alice first of the week were Mr. and Mrs.
sales, etc, will be run under “Special
H. L. Stiff Furniture Company, Wagner) left the last of the week R. C. Mulkey from Portland.
DR. JOHN C. TARR
Dean Branch returned home Sun
Announcements" classification with
367rd St.. Stayton.
33tf for their home in Los Angeles, Calif.,
day evening from Washington where
Intended for Last Week
a minimum charge of 50 cents per
Visitors the first of last week at | he visited friends and relatives in
FOR SALE—Walnut dining room after a short visit with relatives here.
The Walter Johnson family went the Otis Marks home were Mrs. j Bremerton, Seattle, and Fort Lewis.
Hours 9:00 to 6:00
Ten cents per line each insertion.
Jesse Coleman was here from
al chairs, 33 each. Other furniture. to Happy Camp, Calif., the middle of Mark's father, Henry Getman from
Evenings By Appointment
No advertisement accepted for less
last week for a few days visit. They Portland and her sister’s family, Mr. Klamath Falls for the weekend. Mrs.
112 E. Ida St.
Stayton fcan 50 cents per week.
and Mrs. Rube Stangland and daugh Coleman returned home with him
27 returned home Saturday.
Sunday after visting for several
Count five words to the line in
Allen Pooler, who is employed in ter, Linda from Aberdeen, Wash>
1 ordering your ad. Phone 6651, Mill
Portland was here visiting friends
Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Griffiths re weeks with her daughter and family,
City or mail your advertisement to
for a short while Saturday.
turned home Saturday from a two- Mr. and Mrs. Bob Crook and baby
JOHN W. REID, M. D,
The Mill City Enterprise, Mill City,!
week’s vacation trip spent mostly in daughter.
MAKE AN OFFER—Two properties
Mr. and Mrs. Julius Tietze and
for rent in Mill City
Physician and Surgeon
Jim Richmond and daughter
ther, Mrs. Mabel Patton Mrs. Pat-
Mrs. Larry Kimsey and children
NUMBER ONE—On Ivy street, se
spent Saturday night at the Tietxe
MILL CITY, OREGON
cond house west of Second Street son for a visit.
¡visited during the weekend at the cabin on the Metolious and attended
South, on south side of street.
the Rodeo at Sisters Sunday.
•Joe Jones home in Klamath Falls.
¡NUMBER TWO—On Fairview Ave
Mr. and Mrs. Chris McDonald and
1956 HARLEY DAVIDSON
nue, approximately 5 blocks east
Mr. and Mrs. D- L. Teeters and boys
DeLuxe, sell or trade. Terms. 960
of Second Street South. On north
DR. LESLIE J. CARSON
E. Jefferson, Stayton.
Guest preacher at the Sunday California. The Hardys were accom were at the McDonald place at Tum
side of street.
6934 or 6944.
27tf BOTH may be identified by State morning services of the Mehama panied by Jewell Wallen. The Hardys alo during the weekend. They visited
9 to 5:30 Mon. Thru Sat.
friends in Bend Saturday evening
Owned Property signs attached to Community Presbyterian church was and Jewel expect to spend two weeks and attended the rodeo in Sisters
FOR SALE—2 wheel trailer. Fifteen
dwellings. Examine and make rent
inch tires and wheels. Good Con
580, Third St Stayton
A group of young people from the mo, Calif.
al offer to Department of Veter
Mr. and Mrs. Giles Wagner were
ans’ Affairs, State Finance Build
C. Davis. Mill City.
hosts at their cabin on the Metolious
ing, Salem, Oregon.
from the MYF of the Lyons Metho
were in charge of the morning river over the weekend for a large
WANT TO BUY TIMBER FOR RENT—1 bedroom house be dist church to Silver Creek Falls for roe
services at the church Sunday in the group of friends when they enjoyed
fishing and a card party Saturday
Small or large tracts
tween Mill City and Gates. Has a picnic Sunday afternoon.
absence of Rev. Hardy.
All returned home Sunday.
TV cable installed.—Chuck’s Fine
Mr. and Mrs. Darrell King and
Weddle Funeral Home
creek lmb co
Foods, east of Gates.
19tf at the home of her brother and wife,
Mr. and Mrs. L. I. Mulkey in Port
H mile weet of Mehama. Oregon 3tf
Modem Funeral Service
FOR RENT or FOR SALE—Three land. Also visiting there Sunday af
bedroom modern home. Call Mill ternoon was another brother and
OREGON ! FIREPLACES—One day installation
lltf family, Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Mulkey |
315.00 month on budget plan. Val
ley Yards, East Grant St. Lebanon
FOR RENT—Two bedroom home on and daughter, Barbara.
(just outside city limits.)
Visiting Friday night at th« Alvin |
Grove street in Mill City. Has been
Grifiths home were Mr. Griffith’s |
OFFICE FURNITURE and equip-
9-2533, Russell Wilson, Rt. 1, Ly brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Or-
ment. typewriters, adding machines,
13tf phus Griffiths and grandson from
calculators, cash registers, duplicat
Cashmere, Wash. The Orphus Grif
Septic Tanks and Sewers Cleaned
ors, safes, filing equipment. We sell,
fiths were on their way to Eugene to
Ph. Salem EM pin- 3-9468 COLLECT
rent, »wap and repair. Bargains in
tresses, rollaway beds and mat visit a daughter’s family.
1*79 Elm St. W. Salem
used machines. Roen Typewriter
Mrs. Hubert Wagner was hostess
tresses. H. L. Stiff Furniture Co.
Exchange, 456 Court bU, Salem, tf
We give Penny Saver Stamps. 367 to a group of girl» Thursday after
3rd St. Stayton. Phone «804. 3«tf noon, Jun« 27, honoring her daugh-
Sawmill LOGS WANTED
ter Sara Kay- on her 8th birthday
Top prices for Second Growth
Present for the afternoon of games
When in Need of Printing STOUT CREEK LMB. CO.
and refreshments were: Marita, Rose
H west of Mehama. Oregon 51tf
and Linda Rohwein, Sharon Speil-
Buy it in MiH City from FOR EXPERT ¡PLUMBING—Call a NOTICE OF FINAL
SETTLEMENT meyer, Fay La.Munyan, Donna Huber,
I have filed my Final Account in Joy Prideaux, Ginger Carter, Jo Ro
Licensed Plumber. UL 9-2355.
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the estate of Richard Kanoff, de- berts and the honor guest, Sara Kay.
Weekend guests at the Hubert
FOR LEASE—Major Oil Co.—Have ceased with the County Clerk of
modern unit for lease. Gasoline Marion County, Oregon, and the Wagner home were Mrs. Wagner’s
Common Carrier — Heavy Machinery and Equipment
and Diesol facilities. For info, call Court has set the 19th day of July, son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Bill
Mr. Morgan Stayton 5264. Finan at 9:15 A. M. and the Circuit Court Turnidge and two sons from Port
EXCAVATION and CONSTRUCTION
cial assistance available to quali room as the time and place for hear land and Mrs. Turnidge's mother,
WE SELL BETTER
22tf ing objections thereto and the settle Mrs. Roy Guthier from Wesminater,
Î5-TON MOBILE CRANE
CARS FOR LESS
Calif. This was the first time the
FOR SALE Red Raspberries. John ment of said estate.
Turnidge’s had been here since the
Kunkle, Rt. 1, Box 50, Lyons,
Administratrix of the Es-
Oregon, first house east of Fox
state of Richard Kanoff,
Valley schoolhouse. Phone UL 9-
. WJ2. ...........................
BELL A GEIILEN,
Lost and Found
Attys, for Admin.
IT PAYS TO BUT AT
FOUND—Yellow Parrakeet, came to
our place Sunday evening. Owner
may have same by paying for this
ad and identifying.—Call Mill City
6483 evenings. Mrs. Ingle Johnson.
MIKE'S Sepiic Service
Salem Sand and Gravel Company
Card of Thanks
Plan to Exhibit
At State Fair?
Salem—One of the questions most
frequently asked at the Oregon State
Fair is, ’What must 1 do to enter
an exhibit?" Now is the time for ex
hibitors and would-be exhibitors to
start making plans. The 92nd State
Fair opens this year at Salem Aug-
ust 31 and continues for 8 days. With
a new fair commission, under the
chairmanship of Jack Travis, and a
new fair manager, Howard Maple,
plans are in the works for an en
tirely new and different kind of fair
this year. Mx. Travis and Mr. Maple
¡are especially anxious that there be
FOR SALE or RENT—Two bedroom a large number of new exhibitors
from all parts of the state.
house on the river.
JOS. DEVERS HELAL ESTATE ; “We need exhibitors from every
county and especially from eastern
W. R. Hutcheson, Salesman
Gates. Oregon. and southern Oregon," Mr. Travis
said. "We want the people of the
1 stat« to feel that this is their fair
, ai.d we want it truly representative.”
Whether exhibitors are thinking
I of entering a sewing or weaving ex-
I hibit, a bouquet of flowers or some
I dairy cattle, the first thing to do is
I to send for a premium book. They
may be secured from the state fair
in Salem, or at any county agent's
1 office. The premium book lists thir-
1 teen departments in which exhibit»
can be entered, including dairy cat
tle, dual purpose cattle, beef caV’s
. draft horses, sheep and goats, swine,
poultry, pigeons and rabbits, hon
ey bee, land products, including fruits
and grain, floral and garden, art,
foods, and textiles.
you want the BEST, the, The exhibitor, whether amateur or
commercial, is urged to study care
fully the rules for entering each di-
I viaion. In some departments there ia
a small entry fee. Others reqire no
'fee. Entry blanks can be secured
charge from the state fair.
SERVICE STATION & without
Exhibitors in the Textile Department
must be Oregon residents. The last
Phone 908, Mill Oity
day for filing entries varies with
departments but is is about
the midd e of August. Exhibitors whe
win prises are given ribbons and cash
awards which vary from fifty cents
to 3200 All exhibits will be return
ed to the owner at the end of the fair.
We wish to thank our neighbors
and friends for their help and as
sistance during the illness and death
of our wife and mother, Mrs. Joe
Leis. We also wish to express our
appreciation to those who sent so
many beautiful floral
These acts of kindness will always
be remembered by us.—Joe and Rob
IlJi Per Month and Up
A Wo Servicing Gate*. Lyons
Idvnaha eed Detroit
MILL CITY, OREGON
Bud CMne, Owner
BE SURE WITH
TELEVISION OR RADIO
Phone 3207 or UL 9-2191
We Spécialisé in
Phllco, Motorola, Admiral
StiHler't Radio and
Last week this was a beautiful picnic
spot, but something happened.
Today it is a charred countryside,
Garbare, ashes, trimmings, eu
weekly Dickons 31.50 ner month
Also light hauling
Bnd Mine, Owner
BE SURE YOUR CAMPFIRE IS OUT BEFORE YOU LEAVE IT
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