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About The North Santiam's Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 194?-1949 | View Entire Issue (April 7, 1949)
MILL CITY ENTERPRISE. APRIL 7. 1949
Hunt Clark, circulation manager of 9 South, Range 3 East, Will. M«r.;
Statesman, was in town with a thence south one-fourth mile to the
Mrs. Eli Bangs, grade school sup
erintendent and second grade teach crew soliciting for url'wrrbers. Ihi- northeast corner of the auuth half
er, was unable to teach two days last me Willi« woll make an early morn-; of the southwest quarter of aaid
By MRS. J. A. WRIGHT
ing trip to Mill Citv and wiH have I section Mi thence west one-half
week because of illness.
paper ready for delivery in De mile to the west Mno ot said sec
Mrs. Otis White and son, Clifford,
Rodney Mooie. son of Mr. and Mrs
tion 36; thence south one - dearth
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley White troit at about 7 a.m.
Guy Moore, and Clifford White, son
mile to the township line; Chance
Salem and Clifford's grandmother,
of Mr. and Mrs. Otis White, who
joined the Air Corps a few months Mrs. Harley Whit«, in Eugene the in this area and selected Cliff Peter west one mile along the avaith
line of • oeetiou 35; thence south
son as carrier.
ago, arrived home Sunday from Shep- last of the w««k-
to the southeast c o rn e ». of rthe
John Cannon, high school teacher,
herd Field, Wichita Falls, Tex., for
northeast quarter of the north-
a two weeks’ furlough. They made was out of school Wednesday to take
By order of the County Court of east quartet of-»notion 3. il^. |
the tiip from Denver th Portland by his wife and baby daughter from the
Towaohip 10 Booth, Monge S east,
passenger plane and got a grand hospital to her movher’s“'home in Le Linn County, Oregon, iaeued March
17, 1949 notice la hereby given that ¡Will. Mer.; lhenco west to the wrest
view of the country. They will re banon.
Mrs. Paul Y’oung and gon Paul of on Monday, April 18. 1949 at 10:30 line of said «action 3; thonce north
port back to Francis Warren Field
one-fourth nr'e to the towaahip
technical training group in Cheyenne Spokane visited a week recently at A. M. of said day in the County
lino; thence West to the «urthwest
leaving on Monday. They each hold the home of her son-in-iaw and
comer of the s oo Uw in ’. quarter ofc
ratings of private, fit st class.
the southwest quarter ot-section 3fi
Most of the teachers went to Port ble Jr. Week end visitors at the held on the proposed formation of a
land to attend the Oregon Education- Cauble home were Mr. and Mrs. Evan Rural Fire Protection District to be in Township 9 South of Range 3
al Assn, held Thursday, Friday and F>r*stone and son Evan Jr. of Port- known as the Oates Rural Fire Pro oast, Wilt. Mer.; thenoe North one-
tection District, the exterior bound feuth mile; thence West one-
Saturday, givinp the pupils a vaca- land.
fourth -mile to ther West -lino of
are whioh as follows:
Mrs. Ruskin Smith has just re
covered from' an attack of tile mea- Beginning at a point where the I said section 33; thence North one-
fourth mile to the quarter «oetiom
| line between section« 28 ami 29 in
comer on the wesbdine ot said
Township 9 South! Range f Fast.
Several children in town
section 33; thence East one-fourth
measles and there are a number of
mile; thence North one — half mile
intersects the Center of the North
cases of chicken pox.
to the north line ofc «4 Section
Santiam River; thence •’ running
South three-fourths mile to the 33; - thence west to 'die northwest
comer of saotion »3; tbeaco north
onarter section corner between sec
to the center of the North Sowtiani
tions 32 and 33 in «aid Tp. and
River; thence Easterly up stream
Range: thence West one-half mile
along the center ot said river to
to the center of said section 32;
the point ot beginning.
thence South one-foutth mile to
the southeast corner of the North saving and excepting any right of
east quarter of the southwest quar way- or any railroad or any federal.
ter of said section 32; thence West State or County • owned • land that
one-fourth mile to the southwest might be included within the boun
On« Mile East of Deti<oit
comer of the northeast quarter of dary of the above described area.
R. M. R DOBELL. County «erk,
the southwest quarter of said sec
Linn County, Oregon.
tion 32; thence south one-fourth
mile to the south line of said sec
tion 32; thence west one and one-
fourth miles to the southwest cor
COMMERCIAL, INDUSTRIAL ANI) DOME TIC
I ner of section 31 in said Tp. and
I Range; thence North one-half mile
to the quarter section corner on
Prelude; call to womhlp;dexotogy;
the West line of said section 31;
thence West one-half mile to the invocation; gloria; psalter select ban;
kymn of praise; srripture; prayer;
236 N. High St.
notices; offering; music by choir; |
•ermon; hymn; pesttade.
In Furniture, Stoves, Dishes
Feb. 20—“When All is Ix>st, Sing."
Feb. 27—“'Wanted: a Fighting Man.
A Friendly Place
To While Away
Young People's Service
W*d_ Prayer Meeting
Donal : Hinkl?, Pastor
7:00 Wed. Bible Study
CHURCH OF CHRIST
Rev. Wayne W’. Watkins, Pastor
10:00 Ev eaing Wonhip
Walter Smith. Pastor.
H. A. Schroeder
Oregon Mutual Fire
* Legging and Sawmill
See Ed L. Davis
Lyons, R. F. D.
BLOCK WEST OF THEATER
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