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About The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998 | View Entire Issue (June 28, 1951)
»—THE MILL CITY ENTERPRISE
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Henry Chaney New Gala Fourth--
tuberculosis usually gives no warn-
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Second growth sawlog prices
Mrs. Ditter commented further in
Mill City Teacher
Softball League will try out night regard
further signs of weakness in
to tuberculosis that a chest
softball in Mill City under the flood
I the Willamette Valley during th'
When the Mill City high school
opens next fall a new teacher, Mr. lights for the first time during Mill
Henry Chaney, will greet students City’s big Fourth of July. The Stay
ton softball team will tangle with the
in math and social studies classes.
Kelly’s for the first game of
Chaney is a Navy Air Corps World touted
day. Chuck’s team and C.B.I.
War II veteran and was graduated the
Engineers will head into the second
recently from the University of Ore game
of the day, and the Mill City
gon. He is married. Chaney stated
Firemen and Lee Logging will play
that he, his wife, Casey, and two I the
final game. There is no admission
children, Mark and Pamela, Wednes charge
for these games, League offi
day a week ago purchased a home
near the Mill City school system
According to Byron Davis, proprie
and Chaney’s duties.
Chaney majored in economics at the tor of the Davis Airport, there will
University of Oregon and will attend be some first class flying overhead
the summer session there. He will for those assembled on the new lighted
teach the freshmen, sophomores, jun athletic field July Fourth. Flight
iors, and seniors in their math instructor Ralph Nibler has promised
classes in addition to one class in a demonstration and aircraft owners
in the Canyon area will scoot through
social studies next school year.
In Stock at
SANTIAM FARMERS CO-OP
McCULLOCH SALES AND SERVICE
COMPLETE STOC K OF SAWS AND PARTS
Lyons Saw Shop
X-ray can reveal signs of the disease
long before a person feels ill. The ' week ending June 23. Demand con
disease can be cured, but early dis tinued good, however. Dry cascara
covery means early recovery. No one prices dropped 40 per cent. Other
is too old for the disease. Tuber forest products continued steady, ac
culosis attacks all ages. The X-ray cording to the weekly farm forest pro
is the best single known method for ducts market report, prepared by the
detecting tuberculosis in the early OSC Extension Service from data
stages. An X-ray can find also other supplied by State Farm Foresters
chest disorders including lung can and other information.
Douglas Fir Logs:
cer and certain heart conditions.
Second growth Douglas fir saw
the air above in thunderous applause logs at Willamette Valley mills were
to the dedication of Mill City’s lighted slightly weaker at $30 to $40 a thous
and board feet, mostly $35 to $38.
Bandmaster Earl Loucks has been Demand remained good during the
contacted regarding an appearance week, but buyers were more particu
of the Mill City school band and the lar about quality. Eight foot logs
Group singing down to six inch diameter continued
probably will be led by Mrs. Donald in good demand with minor price de
Sheythe. Something of a novelty is clines at the upper limits. Prices
in the offing in the way or music. ranged from $15 to $18 a cord or $35
George "Red” Thomas, (broken ribs to $38 a thousand. Old growth
'and all), during the festivities is Douglas fir sawlogs were steady at
going up one of those 80-foot light $32 to $60, depending on grade
poles and while hanging in the cross Peelers were $70 to $110.
arms of same, render a few ballads Pulpwood:
to the accompaniment of his guitar!
The pulpwood market was un
A special out-of-town master of changed during the week, Pulp mills 1
ceremonies is being recruited for the in the central and northern valley
dedication ceremonies for the lights offered $20 a cord for peeled spruce
by the Santiam Softball League. The and $19 for peeled Douglas fir, white
Third Annual Aviation Day Princesses fir, noble fir, and hemlock 4 and 8
will be present for the glittering foot lengths down to 4 inch diameter.
The Santiam Softball Unpeeled, these species brought $2
League is bursting a hame here and less. There was a limited offer of
i there in putting this big Fourth of $15 a cord for peeled Douglas fir,
July show together for the entertain white fir, hemlock, and pine in 8 foot
ment of the entire North Santiam . lengths in the southern valley.
Canyon—and all for free!
Poles and Piling:
Much credit is due Marion Kite,
Prices of Dauglas fir poles and
electrician, and Lee Hoffman Co. for piling were generally unchanged and
their last minute sessions of work in demand was good at valley pole
hooking up the light fixtures on the yards. Peeled poles ranged from 9
' Mill City athletic field. Lee Hoff cents to 45 cents a linear foot, de
man Co. has been more than co-op pending on length. For example, 30
erative in supplying donated labor foot peeled poles were 11 to 12 cents,
for the lights that will go on July while 60 foot peeled poles were 32
Fourth. Craftsmen of the American to 40 cents. Barkies ranged from
Federation of Labor, also have donated 9 cents to 43 cents a foot and were
a tremendous amount of labor and I only 2 cents under peeled prices at
time to these lights. Numerous one central valley yard. Piling prices
skilled high-climbers have made pos were 15 cents to 42 cents a foot for
sible the speedy completion of the lengths from 20 to 100 feet.
field. Numerous citizens and organ-1
izations have contributed liberally of Hardwood Logs:
Hardwood mills were paying $30
their materials, equipment, labor,
to $40 a thousand for alder and ash.
'time, and money towards this field.
Maple ranged from $30 to $45. Cot
tonwood was $24 to $28 a thousand..
Oak and chinquapin were in limited
demand at $37.50 in the Eugene area.
P. O. Box 12
HEART ATTACK OR
THANK HEAVEN8! Most attacks are Just add
Indigestion. When it strikes, take Bell-ana
tablets They contain the fastest-acting
medicines known to doctors for the rein f of
heartburn, gas and similar distress. 25<.
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tion with the ballots, also there are
door prizes awaiting Aviation Day
If the Canyon Princesses think they
are bothered about plenty of things,
they should engage in a few moments
of light conversation with the signees
of the "Dam” Mustache Club! Mus
tache Inspectors are having a field
day slapping on fines for violation
of the mustache oath—and smaU
wonder! There are just a few indi
viduals in “these here parts' i” who
look somewhat unusual. But that is
not the whole story, that certain feel
ing under the nose is distracting to
say the least! There is some ques
tion about George Clise's mustache.
As some consolation for those now
getting fined, it was announced today
by “Dam” Mustache Club authorities
that July 28 is the date for the big
party when the money raised by fines
will be expended in one grand cele
bration of the event of no more
cascara bark tumbled to 15
pound, 10 cents less than last
Fern was unchanged at 19
“For what avail
the people or soil
or land or life
if freedom fails.”
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