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About The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998 | View Entire Issue (July 25, 1957)
5—THE MILL CITY ENTERPRISE I
THURSDAY, JULY 25, 1557
Dr. Mark Hammericksen’t Opto
metric offices in the Bell building in
Stayton; Thursdays from 1:00 p. m. i
to 6:00 P. M. No appointments ne-;
HAPPY VACATION! —HERE’S WHAT YOU DO
£5°c of oil accidents
are caused by only
15% of »he drivers in
the United Stales.
Mrs. E. K. Fish is visiting this
week in Pasco, Wash., at the home
of her daughter.
Mr. and Mrs. Chris Burmeeter of
Scio spent Tuesday afternoon visit
ing at the home of George Cree.
Ron Jones of Salem, is spending
his school vacation here with his
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Sig Jep-
Mrs. Eathel Hill has gone to the
home of her daughter, Mrs. Dick
Cain, who will care for her until her
• ioliy - locksje - x
W«aaina Ring $123.00
STATE FARM keeps
its auto insurance
costs low by aiming
to Insure only the
careful, “less expen
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enlarged to show details
Pnces include Federal Ta*
Mel Rambo, »ho has been conval
escing following surgery in April,
returned to his work at the Simpson
1 plant this week.
Priscilla, Kay and Mark Miller of
i Bend, are staying with their grand-’
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Shelton,
and picking beans.
You may save at
much a« 40% of the
cost of ordinary auto
insurance by buying
Other Keepsake En
from $7.50 up.
A short in a light fixture trans
This vacation map is based on business surveys which indicate that during the year. 85.000.000
former at the U. S. National bank
persons will go on vacation with 70.000.000 traveling by car. The most popular vacation area
appears to be the North Atlantic States from New Jersey upward. Other popular areas are
about closing time Saturday caused
around Lake Michigan, out on the Pacific Coast and along the South Atlantic Coast. However,
It ftfi t» htw
some worry until it was found. Rex
there are many pop Jar vacation states outside these areas. About $20 billion is spent annually
Ohmart, assistant manager, stated
having fun and relaxing.
the crew could smell something burn
ing, but did not find it immediately.
j GEORGE LAIRD |
Rings from $75 and up.
No damage was done however, and
Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Hill and Mrs.
Mill City, Phone 6103
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Johnson spent
George Stewart was summoned to
Mrs. Russell Kelly and children
Slayton, Phone 6064
remove the faulty piece of equip J. F. Potter attended the picnic for Sunday in Portland at the home of pent last week at their cottage at
former residents of Stayton held at their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. Road’s End. Mrs. Dick Parker and
MILL CITY JEWELRY
the Stayton park Sunday.
and Mrs. Jerry Hudgins and Sherry. daughters were guests for the vaca
tion. The men spent the weekend
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Jull spent the
Glen Ettinger, who has been _
in there bringing their families home
weekend here visiting their parents, Santiam Memorial hospital since May with them.
the Hugh Julia and Glen Sheltons. 31 following surgery, will submit to
The Ralph Julls are now living at another major operation
Mrs. Lee Ross and Mrs. Homer
Thursday. His brother and sister-in- Thacker are in Portland most of the
law, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Ettinger of time now to be at the bedside of
Mirs. Harry Mood has not been Medford are here at the present time. their mother, Mrs. R. L. Faust, who
well recently. Mrs| Doris Morris ha
is seriously ill in a Portland hospital.
well recently. Mrs. Doris Morris has
Mr. and Mrs. Melbourne Rambo Mrs. Faust has had two major op
been staying with her, as she can-
entertained with a no-host dinner erations since being In the hospital
not be left alone.
for members of the Champ family there. The last operation was to am
putate her left leg above the knee.
Ronald Ohmart, son of Mr. and Sunday. The occasion honored Mrs.
Mrs. Rex Ohmart, spent last week
at Camp Colton, attending a church Salem on his 75th birthday annivers
camp. He said there were 183 pres ary. Present were Mr. and Mrs.
Steven Champ of Salem, Mr. and
ent at the camp.
Mrs. Harley Champ of Portland, Mr.
Mias Leona Iamb, of Portland, and Mrs. Robert Bruce and family
spent several days here last week at of Albany, Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Shelt
FRESH SALMON and RED SNAPPER
CONTINUED FOR ONE MORE WEEK
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Don Mof- on, Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Shelton,
fatt. They went to Sweet Home Sun- Mr. and Mrs. Dale Champ, Mr. and
STILL LOTS OF GOOD BUYS
Mrs. Byron Champ and families all
day to visit Brian Moffatt.
of Stayton, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Pittam and Laird and family of Salem, Miss
family were dinner guests Sunday Audrey Shaw, Mr. and Mrs. Rambo,
Georef «nd t
AND FOOD LOCKERS
MIIX CITV, OREGON
of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Schafer in George and Laura Jo Rambo.
Hrs. 8 a. m. - 6:30 p. m.
Idanha. Other guests were Mr.
Mrs. A. R. Snider.
on U S. GOOD BEEF
Half a Beef, retail cost
Equivalent to half a beef, cut
and wrapped for locker
July Anniversary Sale
Hide's Meat Market
11 Quart Revere Ware Sauce
Pan with Cover $3.99
REGULAR PRICE $6.25
A. and M. Toman
Store Hours 8 a. m. to 6:30 p. m.
Located next to Mill City Jewelry Store
Mill’ City, Ore.
Nutrì Tonic Creme Shampoo
$3.00 Jar for Only
Liquid, $1.50 size
Tussy Bright Touch Cream
Shampoo, $2.00 size
Lustre Cream Shampoo
$2.00 Jar for.......................
Two Services on Kodachrome Film
Your Choice of Technicolor or Kodak Processing
Ask Us About It.
"NAME THE BEXEL PONY"
Contest. Get Your Free Entry Blank at
Mill City Pharmacy
Dependable Prescription Service
J. C. Kimmel
ADA’S NEEDLE SHOP
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Bassett
daughter, Miss Rosalie, spent
week vacationing at Diamond
Crater Lake and the coast. They re
port fishing no good.
Visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Hayes at the present time is Mrs.
Hayes’ mother, Mrs. Mae Thomp
son, of Prescott, Ariz. She plans to
be here for a month.
Ronnie Kuhlman and Gary Bevier,
who are with the Linn County Fire
Patron, spent Sunday at their respec
tive homes here. They returned to
work early Monday morning.
Mrs. Sig Jepsen was recently
brought home from a several weeks'
stay in Santiam Memorial hospital
where she underwent major surgery.
She is reported as recovering satis
Mr. and Mrs. Verda Goble, »ho
have spent the past two weeks visit
ing relatives in Utah and California,
returned home this week. Miss Ca
mille Goble, will remain in Californ
ia, and attend school.
Mr. and Mrs. John Muir, Terry and
Sherven were dinner guests Sunday
in Salem at the L. N. Iverson home.
Other guests were Mr. and Mrs.
Eugene Iverson and family of Santa
! Ana, Calif., who will be visiting in
the area for two weeks.
Spending from Sunday until Tuea- 1
day here at the home of Mrs. W. W.
Allen was her daughter and family,
Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Todd and two (-
sons, Stephen and Allen, from Drain.
Mrs. Todd was just recovering from
a severe attack of poison oak.
Mrs. Hugh Jull arranged a sur
prise party in honor of her brother,
Herbert Whitaker, who was celebrat
ing his birthday. The group went to
the Whitaker home and following
an informal evening, refreshmenta
were served. Present were Mr. and
Mrs. Herbert Whitaker, Mr. and
Mrs. Floyd Shepherd, Mr. and Mrs.
Bill Shepherd, Leroy and Gerry, and
Mr and Mrs. Hugh Jull.
Step Right Up and See the Scien
tific Marvel of the Age . . .
a Time Machine That Runs Back
the Prices of Yesteryear Today.
SANTIAM BEAN FESTIVAL
We are Reducing the Prices
New and Used Cars
Here is Just One Example of What You Can Expect in the Way of Savings At
GENE TEAGUE CHEVROLET During the 18th Annual Bean Festival Event
A Brand New 1957 Chevrolet 6 Passenger
2-Door which sells regularly at $2278 and
Our SPECIAL PRICE IS ONLY
Come in and Look Over Our Large Selection of Dependable Used Cars, Trucks
and Station Wagons. You'll be Glad You Did.
THIS WEEKS SPECIAL
(Through July St. 1$57)
COVERED SAUCE PAN
S Er H Green Stamps
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Open Evenings Until 7 o'clock Monday Through Friday