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About The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 13, 1952)
The letter awards
THE MILL (TTY ENTERPRISE
¡were handed out to the boys who com
pleted the requirements in football.
They are: Dick Kanoff, Lyle Fleet
wood, Richard Verbeck, LeRoy Po-
By RICHARD LOVEL
drabsky, Evart Brewer, Marvin Mis
This week was a short one for ner, Dale Andreassen, Charles Lowell.
San Francisco (Special) — 2.000 the students of Mill City high school. Lloyd Ross, Bill Hoffman, Philip
members of the Pacific Logging Con There was no school Tuesday because Goble, Bob Stettner, Tom Stewart.
LeRoy Emerson, Brooks Crosier, Tru
gress Tuesday heard Dwight L. of Armistice Day.
There was a tsudent body meeting man Jones, Jack Melting, and Alfred
Phipps, deputy Oregon state forester,
praise loggers for their part in the
The new basketball uniforms were
record low number of fires in Oregon i lion board feet, log scale. Value of
all types of logging and wood manu exhibited,
There are two sets of
with gold numerals
The Pacific Logging Congress rep
and the other white with green num
resents the logging industry from , nearly one billion dollars.
California, Oregon, Washington, Ida The forester praised the co-opera erals. The object of the two colors
tion of hunters and olggers during the is so the players of both schools will
ho and Nevada.
Forester Phipps stated that more "close down” of all forest activities be easier to distinguish during the
Joggers were in the woods during the , caused by 17 days of blistering fire games. It is always hard to tell the
past season than any other in the , weather during October. “Great sac- teams apart on the floor when
history of Oregon logging.
15,800 i rifices were made by the loggers, said both have dark or both have
logging operation permits were issued I Phipps, “and many hunters went with colored jerseys. So when the
by the state forester during 1952. out their annual venison steaks, but berwolves are playing with a
This means over 48,000 men were in the sacrifices paid off a thousand-fold. which has dark colors they will
the woods logging at some time dur Oregon experienced no disastrous for their light colored jerseys for con-
ing the year. Phipps estimated the est fires and the timber wealth re trast.
This week’s meeting of the Chess
Full credit for the
annual Oregon log harvest at 7.2 bil- mains intact.
1 amazing fire record must go to the j club was rather unsuccessful. There
UBnnnraomHnnnnnnnnnanKtnnfljc huntyrs, loggers and the newspapers were only six persons present besides
Mr. Chaney, the advisor: Barbara
Auditor J and radio stations. The forester con
sidered the outstanding work of the Podrabsky, Diane Peterson, Delsie
« i newspapers, radio stations and Keep Roten, Donald Ellingson, Lloyd Ross,
4 Oregon Green association as a great and LeRoy Emerson.
4 i contribution toward the prevention decline of attendance is the result of
PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT ♦♦ of forest fires.”
i a change in the program of the meet
Bookkeeping, Accounting and
The state forestry department re ings. Lately, after a game or two
ported a total of 600 man-caused fires ■ of chess, the members have finished
on 13 million acres of state protected out the evening with ping pong. It
Corner 3rd 4 Marion
forest lands in 1952. Damage to the gets rather tiresome playing chess for
' forests was negligible. Only 90 log ■ too long. Maybe the club is going to
P. O. Box 1321 ging fires and 37 hunters and camp- fold up. The Chess club is a good
thing though, and an attempt to carry
I ers fires were reported.
it on should be made. It is my opin
mi un un
ion that some change of the program
is needed other than the one already
Mill City Hi-Liies
For Fire Record
W. N. SIMMONS
a Dull Moment
“At the Bottom of the Hill”
MILL CITY TAVERN
M c C ulloch
From father to son comes the “know-how” of American agriculture.
Farmers are Impressing upon their sons the importance of farm ma
chinery to the huge farm production job so essential to the welfare of
the country. Farm machinery replacement Is necessary to the farmer
in order to keep the farm plant in full operation. Set up a farm ma
chinery replacement plan by investing regularly in U. S. Defense
Bonds. By investing in safe, dependable V. 8. Defense Bonds you will
nave money on hand to replace your valuable farm machinery when
it is needed.
mained unchanged this past week with
the base price holding at 18 cents a
The quality of walnuts received at
the receiving stations this past week
was excellent, and most of the nuts
were purchased at the base price or
The total carlot equivalent of wal
nuts being shipped, domestic and ex
port, or certified for shipment during
the week ending November 8, totaled
20 cars. This was the first week any
appreciable amount of walnuts from
the 1952 crop was shipped.
Filbert Harvest Comes to a Close
Oregon State College — Walnut j Harvesting of the 1952 filbert crop
j prices remain unchanged from week i was completed during the past week.
'■ Only a few odd lots were received at
ago: pear prices higher.
the receiving plants and the price to
Walnut Harvest Reaches Peak
| the growers was dropped to 12 cents
Harvesting of Oregon’s walnut crop a pound. This was done in an effort
[ progressed smoothly during the week i to discourage further deliveries to !
ending November 8. In most of the the receiving plants.
I commercial producing areas the peak
The tota] cariot equivalent of fil-
| has been reached, and the bulk of the berts being shipped, domestic and ex-
| crop is in the dryers.
port, or certified for shipment during
Prices being paid to growers re- the week ending November 1, totaled
35 cars. This is a reduction of 20
cars from the previous week.
Northwest Pear Shipments Decline
Pear shipments from the northwest
dropped off this past week when com
pared to total shipments of a week
Total shipments this past
week totaled 260 cars as compared
to 227 cars the previous week. How
ever, shipments from the northwest
this season are running ahead of ship
ments made a year ago.
During the week ending November
8, Oregon shipped 188 cars and Wash-
| ington shipped 72 cars.
Weekly Fruit and
Nut Crops Review
David Hoeye, son of Mr. and Mrs.
W. G. Hoeye, left for Tongue Point
Naval Station this week to enter me
chanics school, He enlisted Aug. 1
and has been home on leave.
Qualitv Job Printing at
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Bendix and Thor Dryers
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TOP GRADE FOODS
POWER CHAIN SAWS
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3 pkgs. ]QC
Sunshine Krispy Crackers
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Nestles Morsels. 2 pkgs.
Swans Down Yellow Cake Mix
Fisher’s Biskit Mix. large
Small Sunkist Juice Oranges
Snow boy Cranberries, 1-lb. bag
(Economy aire with 20c Egg coupon)
Roast Beef. Armours. 12-oz. can
Oscar Mayer Luncheon Meat
Del Monte Peaches, No. 2’ i
Cal Top Peaches. No. 2’j
New Santiam Corn. No. 303
Rose City Celery
Beef Roast, U.S. Coml.
Bordens Mince Meat. None Such
Large jar 47c
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