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About The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 25, 1951)
Sublimity Bunquet- Forest Products
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Marines Want More
Henry and His Golden
Horse Featured Here
S. R. Overholser, resident engineer
Pat Henry and his Golden Horse
for Detroit and Big Cliff dams, re
the football audience at
College graduates, who can meet
Demand continued very strong for
vealed facts about the progress of
¡ certain other requirements, may now Allen Field, Thursday, night during
these dams and their effect upon the
make application for the Marine Corps half-time. Henry and his fine palo
industrial development of the North ducts during the past week, according Candidate Course leading to a Second mino horse are on their way to New
Santiam region. Guy N. Hickok, rep to the weekly farm forest products Lieutenant’s commission in the Ü. 8. I York and vaudeville. Stewart’s Groc
resenting the First National Bank, market report prepared from data Marine Corps Reserve, Colonel Har- ery and the Mill City State Bank
Salem branch, gave a sparkling ad supplied by State Farm Foresters to j vey S. Walseth, Director, 13th Marine -ponsored the appearance of the ex
OSC extension service
dress that added much flavor to the the The
pert horseman and his beautiful palo
strong demand widened the Corps Reserve District, announced
spirit of the important banquet. F. price range
mino. Henry’s trained steed can lasso
on second-growth logs [ this week.
C. Nelson, Southern Pacific represent
‘ a calf by himself.
ative, pointedly stated his company’s
interest in the continued industrial slowed operations in some places but j consists of an intensive ten-week
Quality job printing at
expansion of this rich northwest em I deliveries generally continued heavy. training period at Quantico, Virgiina.
The Mill City Enterprise
Valley mills paid mostly $34 to $44 ■ course the man, who trains as a
Presented before the banquet were
honored guests Z. E. Merrill and R. C. a thousand board feet for second- Private, is appointed a Second Lieu
Sipe, M.S.P.Co.; L. H. Hopkins and growth Douglas fir saw logs 12 feet tenant in the Marine Corps Reserve.
Colonel Walseth said that during
H. M Williamson, Southern Pacific; or more in length, during the week
Alan R. Meilis, Portland chamber of ending October 13. Mills in the the training period, each man is furn
commerce; Judge Joseph B. Felton. northwestern part of the valley paid ished transportation, quarters, meals,
Salem chamber of commerce; Rex $41 to $47 a thousand for long logs uniforms and medical and dental care
Hartley, Marion county judge; and I with 12-inch minimum diameters. -at no cost. In addition, each man
John F. Durr, Civic Service consult | Some small mills raised prices on 8- | receives $75.00 a month — plus cash
ant. Leonard Hendricks entertained foot logs. From $15 to $18 a cord or allowance for dependents.
Officer Procurement headquarters
NOW SHAVING’S QUICKER
those attending the Sublimity banquet $32 to $40 a thousand was paid for
■ 8-foot logs 6 inches in diameter. in the Northwest is located at the
with a piano selection.
...EASIERI GET A
Mills were taking logs as fast as U. S. Marine Corps District Head
quarters Recruiting Station, Room
deliveries could be made.
Old-growth fir saw logs brought 208, New U. S. Court House, S. W.,
$36 to $46 a thousand in the southern Broadway and Main, Portland. Ore
part of the Valley and $40 to $60 in gon. Application may be made there,
the central part. Plywood peelers or application forms may be obtained
ranged from $75 to $110 a thousand, by writing direct to the Commandant,
PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT ilepending on quality and location.
U. S. Marine Corps, Washington, D. C.
Bookkeeping, Accounting and
Most pulp and paper mills took
8-foot spruce, hemlock and true fir
Corner 3rd 4 Marion
logs with bark on at $17 a cord. Split
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and peeled true fir brought $19 and
: ; Telephone lilt
P. O. Box 1321 cottonwood $16 in the central area. in the United States and foreign
countries, and I personally invite |
Poles and Piling:
Prices for 40 to 50 foot fir poles servicemen stationed overseas to!
some valley yards during the past participate. Should one of our!
were raised 1 to 3 cents a foot at overseas troops hit the jackpot, the
week, Lists ranged from 13 to 16 premiere of ‘My Favorite Spy’ will
cents a foot for 40-foot barkies and be held wherever the winner is sta
from 22 to 26 cents on 50-foot lengths. tioned. And I’ll bring the film, in
Poles 20 feet long sold down to 7 cents person, if you don’t mind.
“Y. Frank Freeman, my boss
a foot with bark, while lengths 60
feet and over ranged from 35 to 43 standing over there with the snake
whip in hand, says, ‘Tell ’em all letters i
cents a foot.
should be mailed to Bob Hope C<*itest, 1
279 N. Commercial
Hardwood log prices were un Hollywood 38, California. The letters I
changed at $35 to $40 in the southern will be judged and the winner selected
BEFORE BUYING SHOES
part of the Valley. Oak, alder, ash,
SEE THE M ASON LINE
"Come on, gang, let’s get going.
maple, and chinquapin logs at least
10 inches in diameter and 8 feet long If you win, I’ll help you sweep up
brought $37.50 a thousand, but out when it’s over.
NEW 1951 WILLYS
Thanks for the Memory,
lets were limited. Cottonwood logs
were taken at $24 to $28 by a few
CHARLES UMPHRESS, Prop.
fir was being taken at $1.25 to $1.50
Other Forest Product!:
Open 7 A.M. to 7 P.M.
Hop growers in the central part of a pole. Buyers continued to pay 15
the Valley were paying $1.75 to $2.00 to 16 cents a pound for dry cascara
each for 20-foot cedar poles. Douglas bark and 12 cents a bunch for ferns
2 and 4 Wheel Drive
during the last week.
October 25. 1951
8—THE MILL CITY ENTERPRISE
W. N. SIMMONS
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