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Expenses

Construction Expenses 
Sullishak Beach Cabin expenses paid by Orma E. Sullivan
1947
May 31
Department of Veteran Affairs
30.00
 
June 19
Howser's Rent-a-Tool (bought saw)
75.00
 
June 16 & July 27
Leonard Zorne (transporting lumber and supplies to site)
42.00
 
June 16
Elfstroms
41.30
 
June 20
Gail's Shell
45.00
 
June 25
Glen Anderson
30.00
 
October 12
Geo Benson (labor) 
20.00
 
October 18
Meier and Frank
20.00
 
May 27 – Oct 7
Scotty's Bargain Yard (lumber, etc.)
235.81
 
Apr 19 –Aug 9
Bay Lumber Co.
271.41
 
August 1
Willamina Clay Products
174.94
 
September 20
Jim Sansbury (chimney)
120.00
 
May 6
Dolan Building materials
356.64
 
July 23
Oregon Pulp & Page Lumber Div
145.00
 
August 10 & 18
T.W. Prentice (labor)
24.75
 
 
Misc. charges paid by Wes and later Orma (Camp Adair lumber, etc.)
392.25
 
 
Misc. charges paid by Lantz and later Orma
420.18
1948
February 21
Oceanlake Sand & Gravel
16.25
 
March 30
AB Brownell (stove & refrigerator & materials) 
42.64
 
April 6
Hewitts
61.50
 
June 17 & June 14
Keith Brown Lumber
35.00
 
September 8
Union Furniture Company (table & chairs)
39.00
 
Mar-May-Aug
Gleneden Brick & Tile
116.39
 
March 20 
G. A. Dwyer (wood?)
15.00
 
June 8 & June 30
T. Mackenzie (cement & brickwork)
360.00
 
 
Total expense of materials
$3,142.59
Note: Between 1947 and 2011 inflation has been about 1,000%.  Multiply the 1947 expenses by 10 to get their approximate value in 2011 dollars.

In 1980-81 the assessed value of the four lots (11, 12, 13,and 14 — each 75' by 25') was $21,850. At that time the cabin was only valued at $11,210.

The 1980 expenses totaled $819:
Taxes $542
State Farm $100 deductible fire insurance $49
Central Lincoln PUD (electricity) $88
Gleneden Beach – Lincoln Beach water/sewer $40