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About The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998 | View Entire Issue (July 10, 1952)
4—THE MILL CITY ENTERPRISE____________________
July 10. 1952
For Next Week
The heat put a slight damper on
the recreation playground program
this past week. We can’t change the
weather but we can change the pro
gram to suit the weather.
ened in the fifth with a five-run bar league baseball practice will be
rage but Darell Beerbauer cooled them changed from afternoons to morn
off in the final innings. Beerbauer ings in an effort to avoid the heat.
gave up only two hits and the win The Arts and Crafts program will
ners infield played tight ball all the continue in the afternoons and the
way. The Chuck lineup blasted Wall recreation room at the high school
ingford with eight hits to hand him 1 offers a cool place for the children
his first defeat of the season. Don |to spend the afternoon. In addition
Watt and Gene Downing were the J to the change in the program, the
scoring aces for the winners as they children are welcome to a shower bath
managed five runs.
Downing col at 1 p.m. each day when the softball
lected two hits in two official trips.
field is wet down.
In Little League Baseball Monday
C B I
000 050 0—6 2 5 night Mill City split a double header
002 041 x—7 8 1 with Jefferson and Stayton. In the
first game the Mill City Giants de
In the second game Wednesday
feated Jeferson 10 to 6. Price Har
night Mehama floundered in the late mon was the big gun for the Giants
innings as the Firemen won 15 to 2
as he collected two singles and a
going away. Jimmy Smith turned in
to score three times.
another fine performance as he limited
In the second game the Mill City
the losers to two hits. The Firemen
Midgets ran into some rough com
put together seven hits, twelve walks,
petition as Stayton won going away
and four Mehama errors for the win.
Dub Stewart collected three hits in 23 to 3.
Johnny Lucus limited the Midgets
four trips and scored three runs.
to one hit, but had a little trouble
RHE finding the plate. More Little League
030 042 6—15 7 4 contests will be played in the future.
001 000 1— 2 2 4
Dick Crook and Bob Russell have
spent a great deal of time in produc
ing these Little League baseball teams
and rate a big thanks from the rec-
ALLEN FIELD SCHEDULE FOR | reation department.
The schedule for next week:
A.M.—Little League Baseball
First Game Starts at 6:30 P.S.T.
Monday, July 14—
P.M.—Arts and Crafts
Mehama vs. Scio
Shower bath at 1 p.m.
Firemen vs, Scio.
Tuesday, July 15—
Firemen vs. Kellys
w L Pct.
Chuck’s vs. Lee
Wednesday, July 16—
Mehama vs. CBI
Kelly vs. Lee
Thursday, July 17—
Chuck’s vs. outside team
Lee Log .......... ........ 0
Mill City Girls vs. Woodburn
Friday, July 18—
Mehama vs. Chuck’s
Firemen vs. C B I
at The Mill City Enterprise
Santiam Softball Play Over Halfway Mark
Tuesday night Kelly’s pounded out
a 10 to 0 victory over Chuck’s in a
five inning game. A combination of
seven hits and six walks gave Kellys
their wide margin.
the winning pitcher, had a no-hitter
going into the fifth, but gave up two
blows in the final frame.
The line score:
000 00— 0 2 2
307 Ox—10 7 0
In the second game Tuesday night
CBI defeated Lee 11 to 3. M. Knowles
put together a walk, two home runs,
and an error to score four times and
bat in three runs for the winners.
Lowery managed three hits in three
trips and scored twice himself for the
Engineers. Jim Poole collected two
for three and scored once for the
061 400 1—11 10 6
001 001 1— 3 5 5
In the first game Wednesday night,
Chuck’s stopped the Engineers 7 to 5
in one of the best contests played in
recent weeks. The Engineers threat-
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July 11th and 12th
IN OUR NEW LOCATION
183 N. High
(Frank Edwards is heard every
night, Monday through Friday, on
Station KPOJ, Portland, at 10:15
p.m. and every Monday, Wednesday
and Friday on Station KORE,
Eugene, at 10:15 p.m.)
The new controls law is a congres
sionally-approved invitation to run
said it opens the way for rent increases
for six million families and it will
raise food prices up to 20%. He said
he was forced to sign the measure
because otherwise the entire defense
and stabilization programs would
have gone under. This law is a polit
ical weapon aimed at the Administra
tion but hitting the American public
instead. It means more hardship far
millions of people who have less than
enough to live decently now.
• « •
The nation’s oil companies warned
that they would not be able to supply
the demands for fuel oil next winter
in the Atlantic Coast area . . . unless
they got a price increase. So the
OPS had to permit them to raise the
price 8/10 of a cent per gallon. Home
owners will pay through the nose to
be warm next winter.
« « *
A research authority explains that
3 million men are away in the armed
forces and the girls they left behind
are just not buying enough new
clothes. That seems quite accurate.
I noticed that in looking through a
photography magazine that many girls
have just about given up buying
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The billionth tube, which rolled
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ACROSS FROM THE COURTHOUSE
menus in many ways from morning 'til night. Chilled c. ntaloupc
halves are th&perfect breakfast “eye opener and are
equally refreshing as an appetizer or dessert
course for any other meal of the day.
Western Cantaloupes, just bulging with fragran juice and
sweetness, are reaching your markets in abundance. They s a bumper
crop on hand this summer for your eating P'?asureA,***1IaJ
the quality this year is exceptionally high. Start RIGHT NO»» to
enjoy luscious, nutritious cantaloupes while they’re at th ir best.
CANTALOUPE A LA MODE
Serve generous scoops of ice cream—any flavor you prefer in
chilled cantaloupe halves, either plain or “frilled." Fc a “super
touch, sprinkle the ice cream with a cloud of snowy coco
crushed strawberries over it. It’s our nomination for one
best-of-all warm weather desserts.
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Paul Smith, Oregon's famed “walking man." has the large trophy he
is holding for anyone who can beat him in a 100-mile walk from
Salem to Portland and back again. The 67-year-old Mill City resi
dent is ready to take on any competition at any time. He can be
reached at Box 394, Mill City. Smith last year walked from Bend to
Gates as a feature of the Gates Airport air show.
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3rd PRIZE—STEAM-O-MATIC STEAM IRON
Beat Him, Win the Trophy