The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998, June 12, 1952, Page 6, Image 6

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    HUCKLEBERRY FINN
June 12, 1952
6—THE MILL CITY ENTERPRISE
WE ARE PLEASED
TO SERVE YOU!
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We hope you are pleased
with our service.
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Mom's and Pop's
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Mill City
SAW MILL
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man fresh the Ozarks and he had his
own particular and peculiar way of
painting a house. He rode an old paint,
By JAMES STEVENS
1— SWING CUT OFF SAW, 80
Lute did, the kind of paint his grandpa
overcut with steel frame, hangers,
Ride on Old Paint . . .
had taught him to use. And as the job
steam cylinder feed control, belt,
For 11 years the white paint on the has gone, so far, so good. Look close
etc.
west and south outside walls of my and you can see the old scars on the
1—-SWING CUT OFF SAW. 70”
overcut with steel frame, hangers,
house, now aged 25 years, has been cedar siding but no new blisters as
steam cylinder feed control, be If,
breaking
out in boils, scabs and hang­ yet.
etc.
nails.
The
east wall has kept fairly Wet Walls . . .
1—SWING CUT OFF SAW. 60’’
healthy, with each new paint coat only
overcut, Model 36, with 3 H P
Lute wouldn’t paint the north wall.
G. E. Motor, magnetic switch, etc.
starting to get hairline checks or to He said the last job was still good it
chalk off after three or four years. and he didn’t like to paint over any­
also available
During the war this was expected, but thing as sound as it is, after four
EDGER. CARRIAGE, STEAM ENGINES.
the results of a 1948 paint job were years.
STEAM PUMPS. COMPRESSORS.
VJMTE LEGHORN' HEW
ROLLS, ROLL CASES. ETC
even worse.
“You’ve got a steep hillside protect­
suddenly SfopFW la / ing .GREW
Telephone: Dick G'azer at
I picked off the blisters as they rose ing your north wall from storms and
LONG RED ia /RTTLES and COMB.
Cottage Grove 756R. (Oregon)
and daubed expensive mixtures of no sun hits it,” Lute explained. “Any
BEGAN 1Ö CttA*/ find became a
Or Write—Wir.
magnesium silicate, barium sulphate,, kind of paint would do there — even
full - fledged B dostep !
boiled linseed oil, mineral spirits, zinc­ Russian paint.”
¿HAiwovu. O utabio I
oxide and soya bean oil in the hol­
Lute allowed that Russian paint was
lows—and seldom failed to grow two being brought into this country some­
PRODUCTS INC. OF WASH.
blisters where one had grown before. how.
9265 East Marginal Way
“Dadgunned subversive paint being
This summer I found a painter who
Seattle 8, Washington
was willing to go over all the walls for sneaked in and putting good old white
me without burning them first to the lead and raw linseed oil American
It’« Your Newspaper—Subscribe Now bone. His was Lute Hinote, he was a paint out of business,” he said. “Look
at all them Rooshian names on the
labels.
Pd rather scald hogs for a
living than to use it.”
He did a lot of looking into the moi­
S eols pro / ide T he only milk
sture situation from the inside, after
known in ire far north ’
I told him some experts claimed that
f4ILK SEALS ARE KEPT ON
most house paint failures were caused
f farms A nd carefully nourished
by moisture from the interior con­
densing against modern “gas-tight"
building paper. Lute found that my
25-year-old house has had plaster and
lath on the inside of the wall studs and
sheathing and bevel cedar siding on
By MRS. EVA BRESSLER
the outside. No building paper what­
Mr.
and Mrs. Arthur Olmstead had
ever. All kinds of escape routes for
as their guest last week her mother
inside moisture.
“Kitchen is next to the north wall," , Mrs. Benford from Corvallis.
Lute Hinote pointd out. “Steamiest
Mrs. Clyde Bressler, Mrs. Alex Bo-I
side of the house. But the north wall deker and their father Elmer Hiatt '
spent the weekend in Roseburg at I
is the only unblistered one.”
No sign of wet walls could be found. the home of Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Hiatt,
It was all a mighty’ mystery still to me, Sunday a dinner was held honoring.
as the first blistering had been 11 Leroy Hiatt on his birthday anniver- i
years ago. Of course I couldn’t im­ sary.
agine that Ozark Lute’ know more
The Mari-Linn school district 29-J
about it than the big paint experts. will hold their annual school meeting
That would be laughable.
at the school house Monday evening
June 16, 8 o’clock standard time. It ;
The Buck Story . . .
Lute worked cheap, by contract. So is hoped that all voters and interested 1
I was tolerant while he held forth on . people will get out to attend this I
how he didn't go on any high-powered meeting.
Wilson Stevens went to Portland
explanations from anybody. He said
once back home he was a game warden Sundty where he will attend Grand I
and caught a city man bringing a chapter of the Eastern Star lodge held
buck’s head out of the woods before in that city, as a delegate from the
the season had opened. The city slicker Mill City chapter.
Rev. and Mrs. K. A. Feenstra visited
told Lute he had spied the buck at sun­
set the evening before, hindquarters with old friends in Newberg last Fri­
against a tree. The hunter went on to day. Mrs. Feenstra spoke on “Citizen­
tell he’d never seen any living critter ship” at the Ladies Civic Improve­
ment club.
so tormented by such a big itch.
Mrs. Grace Greenough from Co­
“I trailed the buck all night,” the
hunter had told Lute Hinote. “Sunup quille, was a Lyons caller Wednesday,
time he’d scratched himself so much Mrs. Greenough will be remembered
and so hard he'd simply worn himself as Grace Ellingston who taught school
down to the neck nothing left but here about 15 years ago.
Mr. and Mrs. James Phelps and
head and horns — and I thought I
children left Thursday for Los An-
might as well bring the head in."
Lute went on to remark, “When I geles, where they will visit relatives
hear
all the talk about inside moisture and friends.
"At the Bottom of the Hill”
Miss Louise Pietiok is spending a
and condensation, and the like, as
high-sounding explanations for paint few days at the home of her parents
failures on good wood siding I think Mr. and Mrs, Phillip Pietrok, after
of that city hunter's explanation of undergoing minor surgery at the
his buck’s head. Of course I paid no Salem Memorial hospital. Miss Piet­
attention to him," Lute said. “It was a rok is employed at the telephone of­
good story, though.
The big paint fice in Stayton.
experts tell a good story, too. But I
don't pay any attention.”
All I'm telling you is the plain facts |
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of my house paint trouble and what I
what Ozark Lute Hinote said.
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