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About The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998 | View Entire Issue (March 4, 1954)
Dean Branch of OSC at Corvallis.
ceptance of bid $200.00 shall be de-1
Reed White from Astoria visited
posited for a guarantee in addition to I
relatives here Monday evening on his
the above sum and shall be held until j
completion of contract with the sum !
way to Marion Forks on business for
Mrs. Albert MilUap
By Mrw. John Teeters
the Fish commission.
Mrs. Donald Carey, son Jon and to be forfeited if successful bidder
The Larry Banks family moved to
Miss Phyllis Wallen a teacher in the the new baby. “Thomas Brian ” of selected shall fail to pay balance of bid | Phone 5807
Portland the first of the week. They Bend schools spent the weekend at j Stayton, who have been at the home after being notified within two days
FOR THAT NEXT
have lived here for several years the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. | of Mrs. Carey’s parents. Mr. and and or shall fail to complete job as per
while Mr. Bangs worked as a time L. E. Wallen.
1 Mrs. Harold Wilson, returned to their th'.s bid including right of way clear
keeper at Detroit Dam.
ance as hereinafter set forth.
The Ladies Aid of the Mehama home in Stayton Friday.
Open 6 A. M. to 11 P. M.
Mr. and Mrs. E. Mais have moved ' church met at the Women's club house
Mrs. Struckmeier has returned home
All logging shall be in a manner
from Salem into the house they re- Thursday afternoon, February 25. A following a two weeks stay in Port- according to the best logging prac
cently purchased here. Mr. Walz is short business meeting was presided | land. She returned with a severe cold tices obtaining under similar condi
Hours 10:00 A. M to 7:00 P. M.
employed by the Freres Lumber Co. over by the president, Mrs. L. E I and has been confined to her home tions in the State of Oregon.
! at Lyons.
Vern’s Barber Shop
Wallen. Mrs. Chris McDonald was in I for several days.
The boundaiies of the clearing lines
Mrs. Joanna Walker arrived here charge of the program which was on
Mrs. William Pennick
I through Bureau timber are marked
l from her home in Los Angeles, Calif. Witnessing for Christ in our own 1 Miley substituted at the school sev- with cutting line Bureau tags stapled
1 last Thursday for a visit with her communities. The tables were set for ' eral days last week during the illness to trees. These are adequately spaced
WE SELL BETTER
sister, Mrs. Kail Winzer.
the Chili supper which was held that I of Mis. Richard Parker, Friday and to indicate exact boundary line. The
CARS FOR LESS!
Harry Patton visited with his moth- evening. This was well attended and of Darrell Crossler, high school teach trees outside this line and the trees
i er, Mrs. Mabel Patton Wednesday of enjoyed by all. Refreshments were er, who was ill. Mrs. Parker was hit with the tags are not to be felled.
I last week. Visting Mrs. Patton were served in the afternoon by the hostess with a ball, while on the play grounds Trees to be felled which are not in-
her daughter-in-law- and great grand Mrs H. W. McCarley.
and suffered a slight concussion,
| dicated by a marked boundary line
son, Mrs. Vern Patton and Dickie
Mrs. Ken Goiliet and Mrs. Dale j Mi. and Mrs. Edward Tietze had are marked with the Bureau “Special
I Patton from Lacomb.
Crandall were hostesses for a 10:30 ¡as their guests Sunday, Mrs. Lualle Cutting” tags. These are leaners and
Mr. and Mrs. Lou Kirkland were coffee Wednesday morning Februaiy ' Sigmond and children, of Salem. Wed scattered merchantable tiees in thin
I callers at the home of their grand- 24 at the Golliet home. The coffee was nesday of last week Mr. and Mis. areas.
TO BUY AT
i daughter, Mrs. Elmer Klutke in Gate- given under the sponsorship of the j Tietze drove to Eugene on business.
Logging operations in SE’i of Sec.
Mehama Women's club and was a
From Erie Pennsylvania over the 11, T. 9S. R. 2 E. are to be completed
March 3, 4 and 5
Sunday visitors at the Raymond get acquainted affair. Thirtyfive ! weekend at the home of Mr. and Mis. by July 1, 1954. Logging operations
Branch home were Mrs. Branches' ladies and 14 children were present. Edwin Kadine were Mr. and Mrs. John in other Bureau tracts should be com-
BARBARA STANWIf K in
sister and son, Mrs. Warren Duncan
The ■ Mehama local of the Farmers Johnson and Miss Doris Eliason. Other ’ pleted by August 1, 1954.
i and Bobbie Price of Lebanon and Union i met for their regular meeting guests were Mr. and Mrs. Gordon
All slash is to be disposed of to
at the Women’s club house Friday Bookman, of Poitland and Mr. and meet requirements of state fire con
evening, February 26. A report on I I Mrs. Keith Kadine of Salem. Mr. trol. Such requirements and liabilities
the iecent box social was given. Over ' and Mrs. Johnson and Mr. and Mrs. as will be required are to be assumed
TRUE LIFE ADVENTI RE
»1.50 per month and up
i $36 was taken in. It was decided to i Kadine w-ere former neighbors while by the logger. The Benton-Lincoln
Also serving Gates. Lyons.
i make a donation to the March of I living in Nebraska.
Electric, Cooperative is to have access
Idanha and Detroit
An old car, or
i Dimes, to also make a donation to
The Gates Patent-Teacher Associa to rights-of-way at date mentioned
the soil conservation essay contest and tion will meet at the high school above.
A flat tire
to contribute to the Farmers Union Thursday evening, March 4, with
If weather conditions do not allow
Ruins an outing, and
National Budget fund. After the meet Judge Joseph B. Felton of Salem as slash disposal prior to this date, and
HILLTOP KII»S MATINEE
ing Jerry Coffman showed two in guest speaker. His subject will be the Cooperative has electric appurt
2.00 P. M. SATURDAY
Raises you ire
teresting films. The evening closed “Juvenile Delinquency.’’ Friday even enances installed before conditions al
But any day can
ing, March 5, the PTA will sponsor a low slash disposal, the logger will
with pot luck refreshments.
benefit dance, to be held in the school make provision to safeguard such ap r
Be a day of fun
gymnasium with Stubby Mills and his purtenances and assume liability
Mr. and Mm. Floyd Jones, who have orchestra furnishing the music.
In a car that your
all destruction resulting from slash
lived here for several years in the
Mayor and Mrs. W. R. Hutcheson, disposal*
CBI project, moved to Richland, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Richard
Bl Nt; CROSBY
The logger assume responsibility to
Washington Monday. Their son, Tru Parker spent Sunday in Portland at-1 remove in aforementioned tracts all
FLORIST and NURSERY
man, has been staying with relatives tending the International Homes and
" all l tiee
(iene Teague Chevrolet
Furn.shmgs show where 180 furnish- from a strj approxinlatel 60%et in
. 319 West Washington Street.
in Vancouver, Wn. while their daugh ed homes are on display..
LITTLE BOY LOST
| width and thj PPtrip to
ter, Miss Ardith Jones, is a sophomore
OPEN SUNDAYS AND
center of the right-of-way. This strip
This is a "Must See" Picture
at the U of O.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hendershot, is to extend the full length of rights-
superintendents of the Turner Me- of-way through all above mentioned
morial home, brought special music tracts. An unsurfaced road shall be ■
at the morning worship services of located within this 60 foot strip,
the Mill City Christian church, Sun-1 Stumps in 60 foot strip need not be
day morning, and were dinner guests removed except those necessary to
build road. The road shall be as least J’
of the Jull’s at the parsonage.
8 feet wide and graded sufficiently to
enable wheeled construction vehicles I
to negotiate road in dry w-eather. In
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
such areas where topogiaphy dic
JOAN FONTAINE in
NOTICE is hereby given that a tates to secure negotiable grade I
public hearing will be held before switch backs or other necessary1
I W. S. Wiedel, examiner for the Milk alignment to the road may be located I
! Marketing Administration, State of outside the afore mentioned 60
Oregon, at the Conference Room foot strip. Any natural waterways j
“At the Bottom of the HiH”
A FRIENDLY STORE
State Library, Salem, Oiegon, at 10:00 crossed by this road shall have cul
i A. M., March 26, 1954, to receive verts capable of handling all seasonal '
S A H GREEN STAMPS
testimony and evidence relating to drainage, 12 inch culverts being mini
the cost of production and distribution mum. Logger may terminate road on ,
Doors Open at 7:06 P. M.
Our quality is
of fluid milk, resale prices, pooling each side of any larger waterway if he
Complete show can be seen any
Byron Davis, Owner
legulations, allocations of quotas, un so elects. In doing so, additional access
time up to 8:30
fair trade practices and all other per roads must be constructed, as'all por
tinent matters relating to marketing tions of the aforementioned road must 1
Our prices are
fluid milk in Zone 2, romprising Mar be accessible from the county road. I
ion Polk and Yamhill Counties.
All snags and all trees over 15
Dated at Portland, Oregon, this 1st feet in height within the cutting line
Try us once—
day of March, 1954.
marked by Bureau shall be felled.
Then you’ll know.
W. S. WEIDEL, Administrator,
Any party desiring to bid and not (
Milk Marketing Administration wishing to be present may have a
ON THE HIGHWAY
sealed bid in prior to oral auction and u
said bid will be given.
There will be sold to the highest
Any further questions, if any, may
oral bid for cash, three different, be directed to Bell & Devers Attorn
tracts of timber, (bids to be separately I eys at Law, Stayton, Oregon.
for each tract) with said oral bidding
commencing in the office of Bell and
Devers, Attorneys at Law, Stayton,
Oregon no later than 10:00 A. M., on
March 15th, 1954, at which time the
bids will be opened with successful
bidders being notified if possible, the
same day. The right to reject any and l
all bids is reserved.
No. 1 Tract: Timber in West Vi of
Section 31, Township 8, South Range
4 East of Willamette Meridian, Mar
SPECIALIZING IN DINNERS
ion County, Oregon, containing by
estimate 789,000 feet, minimum bid
being acceptable is at $17.80 per M.
CLOSED MONDAY AND TUESDAY
for a minimum total of $14,044.20.
No. 2 Tract: Timber in South li of
Serving Your Favorite Cocktails—
Pure and Ix*an ZÎTè
Section 9, Township 9, South Range
3 East of Willamette Meridian, Mar
ion County, Oregon, containing by
estimate 1,375,000 Feet, and 14,000
feet of salvage, minimum bid being
acceptable is at $17.80 per M. for an
acceptable minimum total of 124,.
No. 3 Tract: Timber in Southeast
Quarter of Section 7, and 8, Township
9. South Range 3 East of Willamette
Meridian and timber in Southeast
quarter of Section 11, Township 9
South Range 2 East of Wlliamette
Meridian, all in Marion County, Ore
gon, containing by estimate 382,000
feet, acceptable minimum bid at $17.80
per M. for $6,799.60.
It is understood there are no
T hat the cost of medical care has risen, no one can denv.
guaranteed amounts of footage and
that the successful bidders accept all
But the rise has not been out of proportion to the general
conditions of State and Federal law
in the cost of living At the same time the quality
including all Forestry regulations as
of medical service has been immeasurably improved.
pertains to ~
Bureau of Land Manage-
Consider that today your physician has invested from
On Tiact No. 1. At the time of ac-
to ten years and about ten thousand dollars in his
ceptance of bid »500,00 shall be de-
posited for a guarantee in addition
education alone. He has no chance to earn until he m
to the above sum and shall be held
twenty-si« or twenty-seven veers old. He must have an
until completion of contract with the
in a good neighborhood, good equipment, a car.
sum to be forfeited if successful bid
der selected shall fail to pay balance
of bid after being notified within two
Pharmacy, too. has stepped up its standards. Almost
days and or shall fail to complete job
every state now requires four years of college and i veer
as per this bid including right of way
Specials for Friday and Saturday
MARCH 5 and 6
clearance as hereinafter set forth.
or two of practice before registration. All this adds up to
On Tract No. 2 At the time of ac
better medical «ervicn for vou.
ceptance of bid $1.000.00 shall be de
STORE HOURS—7:00 to 7:00 Except Sundays and Holidays
posited for a guarantee in addition to
the above sum and shall be held until
ompletion of contract with the «urn
fill bidder I
Daily Délit cry in the City
Order Deadline 3:00 P. M.
.1. C. Kimmel
Mill City. Oregon
right of way |
time of ac-
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•—THE MILL CITY ENTERPRISE
THURSDAY. MARCH 4 1054
Viv's Steak House
a Dull Moment
MILL CITY TAVERN
4 £ 49c
Potatoes No. 2s
Fishers Blend Flour
10 lb 98c
the cost of medical care
Gerbers Baby Food
4 cans 33c
STEWART S GROCERY
Mill CITY PHARMACY