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About The North Santiam's Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 194?-1949 | View Entire Issue (May 12, 1949)
MILL CITY ENTERPRISE.
Mildred Ray and her husband, John;
F:ank and Georg.a New; Ro.-elle
Vickers; Mary Gulliford; Reba Sny
i iter; Warren and-- Bernidene Stoll;
By MRS. REBA SNYDER
James and Edna Gordon; and Gerald
M rs. Warren Stoll accompanied by I and Betty Pittam.
Miss Pat Wright, Mr.-. Darell Wright
Arnold Snyder flew Friday night
and son, Donald, and Mrs. Albert from Seattle to Salem wheie he was
Snyder, took her son Dennis for a met by his uncle, Jerry Pittam, his
check-up with his doctor.
two brothers, Donald and Leonard,
The small Allen twin girls have and Frankie Payne. He was driven
been confined to the hospital for the to Idanha where he spent Saturday
last ten «lays. They had been dehy and Sunday with home folks.
drating and are anemic, but are much
Mr. and Mrs. Warren Stoll and
improved and Mrs. Allen, who is in children visited at the home of Mr.
Salem with them hopes to bring Stoll’s sister, Mrs. Udey of Stayton
Mr. and Mis. Eddie Evenson made on Sunday.
a trip to Salem Saturday. Eva Lou
The Idanha Sunday School was
New stayed with their children in fortunate in findinq a good buildinq
at the C. C. Camp in which to hold
Betty Lou, small daughter of R. L. Sunday School. They have been leased
and Mrs. Tucker had the misfortune an acre of land by the Forest Reserve
of being bit by a Black Widow spi on which to build a church. Until that
der. Her condition is good.
time the building at the C. C. Camp
Mrs. Ted Gillespie had a heart at will be used.
tack Tuesday and was taken to Sa
Three special numbers were given
lem to the doctor who said it was Sunday, a reading by Eva Lou New
brought on by a neuralgic condition. and one by Donald Snyder. A solo
The cast of the Idanha P. T. A. was sung by Mrs. Henry Hiebert.
play ‘All Carrs to the Rescue’ gath
The P. T. A. executive meeting
ered at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Carl Schaffer with their husbands or
wives Friday night. Those present
were the director of the play, Mrs.
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MAY 12, 1949
STATE TIMBER SALE
Sealed bids will be received in the Morning Worship
office of the state forester up to and • Young People’s Meeting
not later than 10:00 o’clock A. M., Evening Worship
daylight saving time, May 23, 1949,
Tom Courtney, Pastor
for all of the merchantable timber,
living or dead, standing or down,
CHURCH OF THE LATTER ..
designated for cutting by the state
forester or his agent, upon the foll Sunday. 10 a.m. at Odd Fellows Hall
owing designated areas, located in
Marion County, Oregon:
FREE METHODIST CHURCH
Area No. 1
"The Church of the Light and Life
SW one-fourth, SE one-fourth and
NW one-fourth Section 6, Township Sunday school
9 South, Range 2 East W. M., con Morning Worship
sisting of approximately 500 MBF Young People’s Service
of old growth Douglas fir and 501 Evening Worship
MBF of hemlock.
Area No. 2
NW one-fourth NE one-fourth Sect-
ion 25, Township 9 South, Range 3
East W. M. consisting of approxi
mately 500 MBF of old growth Dou
Separate bids must be submitted !
for each of the areas. Before sub
mitting bids the prospective pur
chasers must secure a copy of the
prospectus and bid form from the
State Forester, Salem, Oregon, or
from Elmer Taylor, state forest in
spector, Mehama, Oregon. The state
forester reserves the right to waive
minor technicalities or to reject any
and all bids.
Oregon State Board of Forestry
N. S. Rogers, Sec.
was held at the high school building
Monday night. A financial report as
follows was given on the P. T. A
program: cleared on pie sale $35.09:
gross from tickets $194.60; expenses;
tax $32.40; Idanha play $5.80; tic
ket selling prizes $6.00; Detroit
minstrel$63.70 which leaves a pro-
fit of only $121.79.
Installation of 1940-1950 officers
will be May 23 at the high school
A festival day is planned for next
Sunday, May 15, at Lyons Metho
dist church, annonces the Rev. A. J.
This will include a community wide
rally at 11 a. m. when the guest
speaker will be Ernest W. Peterson,
religious editor of the Portland
Journal and a family style potluck
dinner following the service.
Following the dinner, Mr. Peterson
will conduct one of his popular for-
urns, when he will receive and ans-
wer questions about religious con-
ditions in the world today. His ans-
wers are based on his frequent in
terviews with world religious lead
Mr. Peterson is known interna
tionally in religious circles. In 1951
he will be one of the two Methodist
laymen in America to represent the
Methodist denomination at a world
wide gathering of all branches of
Methodism in England. Currently he
is one of the managers of the board
of missions which supervises Meth
odist work in 40 countries around
A Mother’s Day banquet given by
the women of the Presbyterian
Church was held in the high school
recreation room Saurday night. Don
Sheythe and Dr. David J. Ferguson
spoke ami a sextet and quartet of
the choir sang. The choral group in
cluded Mrs. Sheythe, director. Mrs.
Lee Ross, Mrs. Robeit Trask, Mrs.
Shields Remine. Mrs. Charles Kelly
and Mrs. Francis Merrill. Mrs. Ida
Geddes was presented a potted plant
as the oldest mother.
Proceeds of the affair will RO to
the church building fund.
WHY DRIVE ALL THE WAY INTO SALEM FOR
Rev. Wayne W. Watkins, Pastor
Wed. Bible Study
CHURCH OF CHRIST
Walter Smith, Pastor.
Prelude; call to worship;doxology
invocation; gloria; psalter selection
hymn of praise; scripture; prayer
notices; offering; music by choir
sermon; hymn; postlude.
Feb. 20—“When All is Lost, Sing.”
Feb. 27—‘"Wanted: a Fighting Man.
CHURCH OF CHRIST
Services Every Ixird’s Day
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Wed. Prayer Meeting
Donald Hinkle, Pastor
have a studio open each Friday afternoon in the MILL CITY
2:00 to 7:30
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