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About The North Santiam's Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 194?-1949 | View Entire Issue (June 16, 1949)
MILL CITY ENTERPRISE, JUNE I». 1919
New York thia week and will enter tai Maternal g andp.irer ., are Mr. c< -nt <es ataide t'-e British Umpire.
Columbia University in the fall.
Through 1945 - 1947 our lumber
and Mrs, Albert Toman. Mrs. Rose
Mr. and Mrs. Elton Fishback and i is a sister of Mrs. Arthur Robison. imports exceeded exports. The trend
two daughters are leaving this week
New employees at the Innside Cafe v :r reversed by the Marshall Plan,
for Boston. En route the expect to are Mr. and Mrs. William Dotson and
This ptia.ie of the lumber Uude is
'visit Mr. and Mis. J. E. Swuri of Fi Mrs. Leonard Herman.
' one with all others of the marketing
thian, Ill. Mrs. Fishback i» the for-
Mrs. A. T. Ritter in somewhat im- of lumber and timber products, in
mer Lois Lovell.
pioved from a sudden illness last I that its returns will serve to grow
Mrs. Ernest Graham is leaving for week.
' more trees and provide more pro-
San Francisco soon to visit her
Week end guests at the George j taction from fire on the country’s
Stewarts were Mr. and Mrs. H. Muel forest lands. As the timber markets
• new* ui.ar« am»
D. R. Benson has leased the Gar- ler of Lebanon.
go, so goes American forestry.
field Thomas home in the Hilltop area
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dingman have
moved to Montag’s new cabins in
tgaten to Sapphire« and Rubies
Gates. He is employed by the Mon-
Cut and Mounted to Order
Drilling and Placing of
Mr. and Mrs. James Rose are the
By JIM STEVENS
Emblems and Monograms
parents of a daughter, Sharon Diane,
Federal government estimates sug
On Stones. Prices Quoted
Prelude; call to worshipjdoxology;
May 26 in the Emanuel Hospi- gest that 22 hundred billion board invocation; gloria; psalter selection;
feet of lumber were produced, mar hymn of praise; scripture; prayer;
Member of ROCKS & MINERALS
keted and used from 1607 to the end notices; offering; music by choir;
of 1047 for the builifing of 60.00,000 sermon; hymn; postlude.
homes and other structures of towns
and farms in the growth of our Am-
CHURCH OF CHRIST
Services Every Lord’s Day
Countless ricks of wood, piles of Morning Worship
poles, loads of posts, cords of pulj> Young People's Meeting
wood and flatcar stacks of railroad Evening Worship
AT LOW EST
ties have flowed from the saw and
Tom Courtney, Pastor
the ax. On the one hand the timber
PRICES IN THE
went to build up the country. On the
CHURCH OF THE LATTER ..
other its use helped clear land for
farms, townsites and roads.
Sunday, 10 a.m. at Odd Fellows Hal]
NEW & ESEI)
Forestéis believe that fires burned
another 22 hundred billion feet
FREE METHODIST CHURCH
through the history of the white man “The Church of the Light
in the American forests, mainly be Hour”
cause of his carelessness. Yet the Sunday school
trees came back on the cutovers and Morning Worship
1605 N. Summer
bums again an I again. And building Young People’s Service
and construction grew on lumber use Evening Worship
through the centuries into a giant of Wed. Prayer Meeting
Donald Hinkle, Pastor
The work of the construction in x»
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dustry ranges today from a dam to
a dwelling. It is second only to ag
riculture in numbers employed and
Living Room Funrnitun*
it is the nation’s most populous field
of small enterprises. For the most
part, these are locally owned and are
engaged in the building of small
JUST EAST OF GATES
structures for which lumber remains K
the basic building material.
Another Vital Phase.
Exiports were for a great many
years a giant department of the Am
erican trade. Then, in 1932, the Bri
tish Empire tiade agreements reduc
B A R GAIN S
ed softwood lumber exports from the
In Furniture, Stoves, Dish-«
United States to the United Kingdom
and Australia in favor of British Col
umbia lumber. Canadian shipping
M A (' ’ S
ubsidies further favored British Col
I 15 S. I hurrh. next to Salem Parking umbia in tia ie with Japan and other
Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Meniert and
family, Mrs. Rose Daly and Alona
Fay and Leo Poole picnicked at Mar-
Ion Folks Sunday r.-d t’—'
Breitenbush for a swim.
Mr. and Mrs. John Swan, Mr. and
Mrs. James Swan and Mrs. A. F.
Catherwood had dinner Sunday at the
home of Mrs. B. B. Lovett in Salem.
Miss Mary E. Ixrvett is leaving for
Rev. Wayne W. Watkins, Pastor
Wed. Bible Study
CHURCH OF CHRIST
Christ an Endeavor
Walter Smith, Pastor.
(hit of the Woods
A Friendly Piace
To While Away
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