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About The North Santiam's Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 194?-1949 | View Entire Issue (June 16, 1949)
JUNE 16. 194»
MILL CITY ENTERPRISE
building site, after discussion. The
until next Friday.
were on the degree team and helped i
next meeting will be held at the home
Anna Davis, daughter of Bill Bick initiate a new member into their or- |
ett, returned to her home in Level ganization.
Members of the Gates Woman’- of Mr-. Hany Keiser July 14 and a
By JEAN ROBERTS
land, Tex., last Thursday. She was
More, ami more tou:ists seem to lie
( tab met at the home of Mrs. Elmer n. host luncheon will be served.
A Fanners Union picnic was held called home by the illness of one of attracted up Elkhorn way. The road
Attending Thursday were the hos
Stewat Thursday afternoon in reg
was dotted with cars Sunday, as peo
ular session. A picnic luncheon was tess, Mrs. Stewart, Mrs. Gerald Heath at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ike My her children.
ers at Elkhorn Sunday. There was a
Mrs. Ray Sischo, Mrs. Ike Mye.s ple picnicked, fished, dined and en- |
er.ed at 2 o'clock. Following the Mrs. Elmer Klutke, M.s. 1-rura Joa-
luncheon the beusiness meeting was quin, Mrs. Harry Keiser, Mrs. Paul good attendance with a laige repre and Mrs. Ray Roberts attended lodge joyed the scenic valley. More help
Salem Heavy Hauling <Jt
sentation of Mehama and Elkhorn in Lyons Wednesday night.
They was employed at Elkhorn Guest
held with M r s. Stewart presiding. Davis and Mrs. Albert Millsap.
members present. Pot luck dinner was Sue and Terry Lin have all been very Ranch to accomodate Sunday guests.
Mi . h loyd Völkel was welcomed as
served out of doors and the afternoon sick. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Bickett Jr.
A school meeting wias held Thurs- I
a new member. It was agreed not to
Miss Georgia Shane complimented
Phones: Plant 34644; Office 39408
wereintending to return to their Tex day night to hear bids on painting
sell the lot which was donated as a her guest, Mrs. A. A. Holthouse, of was spent discussin current topics.
1405 N. FRONT ST,
the Elkhotn schoolhouse. Bid was let
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» Corvallis, at a luncheon at her home
have the measles. Alice Faye, Treva the measles has pastponed their tiip . to Carl Longnecker.
Monday afternoon. Those invited were
Mrs. Crissie Henderson and Mrs.
Dick Turpin, both of Mill City.
said school district, for the puipose
The amount ot tax, in excess of the ** l*r cen‘ limitation, proposed to be
Mr. jind Mis. Paul Davis spent of* School Election Upon the Ques of submitting to the legal voters of are:
levied for said fiscal year is $26,860.-
Sunday in Salem. Mr. and Mrs. Al
said district the question of increas
bert Millsap accompanied them and Aniunt Limited by Section 11, Ar ing the tax levy for the fiscal year
Dated this 1st day of June, 1949.
New building: 10,000.00
attended the commencement program ticle XI, State Constitution.
of 1949-1950 over the amount limited
Notice is hereby given that an el
at Willamette University where their
Charles C. Kelly,
by section 11, article XI, of the Con
New furniture: 6500.00
granddaughter, Miss Carol Jean ection in School District 129 of Linn- stitution of Oregon.
Klecker of Stay ton received her de Marion County, State of Oregn, from
R. L. Roberts,
The reasons fro increasingsuch levy
gree. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Millsap of
Chairman Board of Directors
Portland joined the family attending
HEREBY GIVEN to the legal voteis of School District No. 129, of Linn Marion County, State of Oregon, that a SCHOOL MEET
Miss Janet Klecker of Stayton is!
dl8tr1^ WUl be
at HiKh Slh°o1 on the 20th
of June- 1U4;*' at * °’c,ock P- >»•-
the purpose ut d.X.ii^th-
spending the week at the home of
tax n,Cd SthOt ye*r’ belflnniI18 July L 1949, and ending June 30, 1950, here nafte. «?, forth, and to vote on the proposition of levying a district
her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Al-'
Mr. and Mrs. Steve Champ and
and Available Cash Balances
daughter Lila moved Saturday to
their new home in Cloverdale, near
| Turner. The Champs .have resided in
| Gates for the yast ten years. They
Estimated Receipts from
County School Fund
recently sold their property to George
Basic School Support Fund
Manolis of Silverton, who is building
State Irreducible School Fund
a drive-in restaurant on the place.
High School Tuition
Miss LaVetta Powelson of Mill
High School Transportation
15. Estimated Total Receipts
City is »pending the week at the
it hither yours be coarse,
home of her grandparents, Mr. and
t'ne, dyed, bleached or
Schedule II—General Fund
Mrs. Harry Keiser.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Butler and two
for the Two Years
iients will lend it that
Next Preceding the Current
sons spent the week end in McMinn
ville visiting his brother and family.
■illy- wavy look
Mr. and Mrs. Lang Stafford have '
', mil comfortably.
returned from Missouri where they
for the last
Year of th«
visited relatives for the past six
I. GENERAL CONTROL
weeks. Mrs. Stafford received medi
1. Personal service:
cal treatment there andis reported
to be in much better health.
Mr. and Mrs. Grayson Gairard of
Salem were guests at the home of her
3. Elections and publicity
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Weath
ers, over Sunday.
Scoutmaster Gale Carey and Troop
5. Other expense of gen
•:« <♦> <« 45 spent the week end camping at
6. Total Expense of
xvf/jr-x Mill City Lodge No. J44, I.- Suttle Lake. Don Carey and Miss
wT"O.O.F.. Meets Every Friday Helen Wilson were among several
others in the party.
night. Visiting Brothers Welcome.
Mrs. Lula Collins who visited in
1. Personal service:
Estacada at the home of her son and
2. Library supplies ,i epairs
Collins, all last week, 'has returned
of lawnmowers; all kinds of
to her home.
5. Tuition to other districts 1100.00
Salem guests at the home of Mr.
ED L. BERGHOLZ
6. Other expense of
and Mrs. Clarence Rush over the week
teaching (man. tr.)
(on county road SE Hilltop Store)
en i were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Chit-
7. T»t*l Expense of Teachifig 37,819
i'fiii" ' uihuim .
•ll;d M s. I.jie Rush
IV. OPERATION OF PLANT
son. Mis. Saphie Chittick will remain
1. Personal service:
at the home of her daughter, Mr<.
Janitors- and other
Rush, for several weeks.
2. Janitors’ supplies
M . and Mrs. John Montgomery
4. Light ¡yid power
and Buzz Fleetwood went to Suttle
Lake fishing over the week end but
caught nary a one.
Total Expense of Operation 5,448.00
One Mile Ea.it of Detroit
V MAINTENANCE AND REPAIRS
1. Repair and maintenance of
furniture and equipment
2. Repair and maintenance of:
3. Other expense of mainten
ance and repairs
4. Total Expense of Main
tenance and Repairs
Mill City Plumbing
& Heating Supply
JEWEL MYERS. MGR.
VI. AUXILIARY AGENCIES
1. Health service:
Personal service (nurse, etc.>100.00
Supplies and other expenses 30.00
2. Transportation of pupils:
Supplies and other expenses 100.00
Repair and replacement of busses
3. Other auxiliary agencies:
Supplies and ather expenses 288.00
4. Total Expense of
OF GOOD HEALTH
We specialize in the treatment
of rectal disorders.
No Ixiss of Time
Dr. R. Reynolds Clinic
1141 Center St.
Saure hours 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
VIII. FIXED CHARGES
3. Other fixed charges:
4. Total Fixed Charges
H. A. Schroeder
* Logging and Sawmill
Jacquith Music Co.
136 S. High St.
BLOCK WEST OF THEATER
Jacob Spaniol & Son
SERVING THE CANYON
Laundry: Nu-Method, Mill City and Stayton
Laundry and dry clean ng: Ken Golliat. Mehama; Mt.
Dry Cleaning: Santiam Self-Service Laundry, Detroit.
163 S. High
IX DEBT SERVICE
1. Interest on warrant.«
3. Total Debt service, Non-bonded
Schedule Ill -Bond Interest and Sinking Fund
DEBT SERVICE BOND INTEREST AND SINKING FUND...........
1. Pr ncipal on bond- (include negotiable interest-bearing
warrants issued under section 111-1016. O.C.L.A.)
3. Total Schedule III—Debt Service-Bonds and Interest
Schedule VI—Summary of Estimates of Expenditures, Receipts and A vaijable Cash Balances, an Tax lev
Bond Interest and Sinking Fund
.-ESTIMATION OF TAX
Total Schedule HI
Total Schedule II
Dated this May 25, 1949
Total estimated expenditure,
Signed : Charlea C. Kelly
Total estimated receipts and available
cash balances (Shedule I)
Amount necessary to balance the bud
Secretary, Bud got Committee
Income Tax Offset
Levy to be extended
VIII. CAPITAL OUTLAYS
1. New sites
2. New buildings
3. Alteration of buildings (not repairs
4. New ffurniture, equipment
5. Assessment of betterments
6. Other capital outlays:
7. Total Capital Outlays
Total Schedule „General Fund Total estimated expenses
for the year—sum of items 1-6, II-5, III-7, IV-8, V-4.
VI-4, VII-4, VIII-7, IX-3„ X
GLEN HEARING. Prop.
GLEN’S BARBER SHOP
R. L. Roberts
Chairman, Board of Director,
R. L. Faust
Chairman. Budget Committee.