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About The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998 | View Entire Issue (June 21, 1951)
June 21, 195t
expected that all buildings will have 3—THE MILI, cm ENTERPRISE
! to be removed from the reservoir
site which includes the property in of Salem spent Sunday with their
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Rush.
dwelling here. These were willed to
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Golden and
his brother at the time of John's I Mr. Stanley could not give
death in 1917. These two pieces of amounts which have been set aside two sons, Jerry and Davey, and Mr.
real estate, the house and store, and for the various dwellings individual and Mrs. Powellson. LaVetta, How
personal effects were willed to his
HOME and INDUSTRIAL
brother, Thomas. However, he did i by tracts and suggested that the per enjoyed Sunday dinner at the home
own some other property, timberland
A school meeting was called Mon
and such that were not mentioned in make some agreeable decision as to
the will to his brother. This accord- how the money should be appor day evening June 18, for the purpose
ing to law, reverted back to include tioned. Wrangling and ironing out ‘ of voting a special school levy and
his sisters also, one of whom was in the court, would thereby be avoided a director for the coming year.
residing in New York City, one in and thus payment could be forthcom Elmer Klutke was re-elected direc-
Some of these
Mill City Phone 3207
Edinburgh Scotland, and two in ing a bit sooner,
The Cemetery association called a
Porta, Scotland, and one is deceased. tracts concerned Outerson only,
This last is 1931 information, at Those which are timbered lands, meeting to order for the purpose of |
which time these sisters ranged be while some other tracts involve electing two directors. One will
tween the ages of 60-70 years. It dwellings, courts, business sections 1 serve for the period of one year tak-
is not known whether or not there and church property and these com i ing Mrs. Hollis Turnidge's place ana
are descendants of these sisters. prise a large part of the business another for a period of three years.
Mrs. Maude Davis and Betty Klutke
This is the point which slows things section of Detroit.
Mr. Stanley stated that their next l were elected.
down for the attorney. The only
Ernest Wrigglesworth, who has
kn^wn heir is now residing in Mich step will be the filing of a condemna
igan. He is John Outerson Jr., son tion notice or declaration of taking, been confined in the hospital, is
of Thomas. He has been very co and depositing the amounts decided home now. He is reported as im
operative but has not produced infor upon by the appraisers for this pro proved and well enough for sitting
mation concerning those who are in perty with the chief engineer's office up some.
Scotland. He made an effort to in Washington D. C. and then wait
quiet title in 1942. Another suit for their decisions.
The John Muirs spent Father's day
Nearly everyone who has property
cannot be filed until 1952 when it is
or holdings of any kind in this sec- in Salem with relatives.
This week Dolores Poole, local
tion were present at the meeting.
Legion Auxiliary choice
Mr. J. Devers and Mr. George Bell,
attorneys for the Outerson estate, for Girls’ State, took part in the
activity on the Willamette university
Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Smith and
baby and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Shanley
of Portland were guests of the Charles
Umphresses this week. Mr. Smith is
the brother of Mrs. Umphress.
By MRS ALBERT MIULSAP
Mr. and Mrs. Vern Follet from
Alsea, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Garri
son, and Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Garri
son spent the weekend at Suttle
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Brisbin spent
the weekend in Portland at the home
of his daughter and son-in-law, Mr.
and Mrs. Phil Hackenberg and with
his son, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Bris
bin. They attended the Ice Follies
Where Friends Meet
Mrs. Dollie Paxson, who has been
On Highway 222, Linn County Side
visiting at the home of her niece and
husband, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Joaquin
left Wednesday for her home in
George "Sparky" Ditter
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Lyons, Mr. and
Mrs. Ed Chance, and Mr. and Mrs.
Joe Joaquin attended the auto races
in Salem, Saturday night.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Saunders of I
Salem were visiting with friends in
Gates Sunday. They were former
Mr. and Mrs. Maliy Owens and
daughter, Vallery, from Richmond, ’
California, visited over the weekend,
with Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Osterhaut. |
Mr. and Mrs. Dan Morrison spent
Sunday in Yamhill at the home of her
uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Boden.
The occasion being their 15th wed- I
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Wilson and sons,
Ronnie and Rickey visited Sunday at
the home of his parents Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Glen Henness and
Mr. and Mrs. Major Baughn of De
troit did some fishing at Elk Lake
over the weekend.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Rush of
vallis and Mr. and Mrs.
Outerson Estate Problem Aired
Detroit—Mr. Don Stanley from
Portland, who is attorney for the
real estate division of the Corp of
Engineers for the Detroit area, pre
sided at a special meeting at the Hut
in Mongold Monday evening. The
meeting was called specifically for
all those who own property, i.e. build
ings and such on the Outerson estate
here. This property has caused con
siderable uncertainty as to the out
come of its settlement for sometime.
Those involved have been rather un
easy since much difficulty has been
experienced in settling with those
who own buildings on the property.
Mr. Stanley's being here cleared up
many points. It was his purpose
to give the information here that
would assist in the cash settlement
of this property as soon as possible.
He began his address by giving a
brief explanation of the difficulties
the Corp of Engineers and the gov
ernment have encountered in trying
to settle this estate. He explained
how the first John Outerson had
come to Detroit and with his brother
Thomas, had owned a store and a
Houseplan Available From OSC
ON THE HIGHWAY
MILL CITY MEAT MARKET
Quality Meats and Groceries
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Thia attractive one and one-
half story farm home contains
1,144 square feet of floor area pn
the ground floor. 654 square feet
upstairs. The artist's drawing and
floor plan shows the dining wing
attached, but it may be added
later Plans are available through
the Oregon State College Farm
house Plan Service, Corvallis
When ordering working drawings,
ask for plan number 7017 and en
close *160 Other plans may be
seen and ordered through the
county extension office.
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but you can’t buy better!
FROM 0 TO 60 IN
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