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About Clackamas County news. (Estacada, Or.) 1928-1957 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 14, 1928)
CLACKAMAS COUNTY NEWS,
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1828
The Circuitor Has a Notion That
CH E R R Y V ILLE ITEMS
you will bear with him just once
more on the subject of flower gar
dens when you take into considera
tion that it wont be long now till we
are deprived o f them. Even now
there’s a flash o f flame in the vine
maple; the Virginia creeper on the
Fall Bordeaux Spray
east wall at Mrs. Suter’s is splashed
A protective coating o f bordeaux
with crimson; the wild rose is ablaze
with red pips— and we know they are (4-4-50) just ahead of the fall rains
the campfires of the invader who is essential in the control o f several
merely bides his time.
Some still of
night, not 80 *ar off» when the moon Among the more important of these
lights his way, he will scale the wall are:
Anthracnosc o f the apple (unless
and a white blanket will be spread
sprayed in July or August).
over our flower gardens.
European canker o f the pear and
With this thought in mind
stopped the other evening, and gazed apple
long upon the beauty spot that Mr.
Peach blight o f the peach and ap
Roy L. Meyers, o f Eagle Creek, has so rlc°b
generously placed «lose to the high-
Anthracnose of the bramble fruits
way, where the weary traveler may
Septoria of the bramble fruits,
imbibe the inspiration and peace that
Moss and lichens o f the fruit and
is there. As I stood looking, not see- nu‘ trees,
ing things in detail, but conscious ofl
Thoroughness o f application should
the glory o f the whole plan, the set-1 ieceive especial attention with these
ting sun played full upon a hedge o f
African Marigolds that borders the
Strawberry Crown Borer
east, bringing out the flaming orange
The cr<,wn borer is the most ser
and the clear gold hues. There was | ious insect Pcst of strawberries. In
something in the carnival beauty o f t‘*ted plants do not niake the rank
the scene that sent my spirit groping | luxuriant, late summer and fall
for memories, lost voices— other days, j ffr°wth that healthy plants do. All
carefree days. “ Have glimpses th a tjiu c^* P‘ an‘ s should be pulled, carried
would make me less forlorn,’’ l q u o t-iout o f the field an<1 burned.
A careful survey o f the strawberry
ed and turned to meet the gardener)
fields should be made at this time of
Mr. Meyers is not a farmer; but the year for this purpose.
he knows his flowers; and I have a this is not a complete remedy for the
very strong notion that had not Fi crown borer, it will go a long way in
nance not intrigued him at such an holding it in check.
Seed Cover Crops Now
early age, landscape architecture
Failing to seed a cover crop one
would have claimed him.
As it is, he is achieving great season is a step backwards; one
things. It is no small task to arrange j which will require several season’s
plantings so that from early spring efforts to overcome. The only fruit
until frost every section o f the gar- ¡ or nut growers in the Northwest jus-
den will be abloom. It takes a born I tified in not seeding cover crops are
gardener to do this— with so many ¡ those having five tons of stable ma-
wonderful things offered by dazzling nure or 2 1-2 tons o f sheep manure
seed, bulb and plant catalog. I asked ¡ or 2 1-2 tons o f clover straw or 1 1-4
Mr. Meyers if he planned thihs garden tons o f clover hay or 1 ton of alfalfa
on paper, and wus told that he did hay or 2 tons o f straw plus 100 to
not. I was sure o f the answer be- j 150 pounds o f sulphate of amonia pel
fore I got it. Mr. Meyers’ garden acre of fruit or nuts grown to apply,
isn’t the paper planned kind. It’s a I
haert-garden, if you know what I
Four-H club livestock members at
mean. No arrogance; no cold dig
nity; no stiff formality. Just beauty, the county fair furnish everything
but the bedding, which is furnished
Yes, it wont be long now. Long by the fair board.
This is the first year that it hat
summer days that seemed to drag
their feet have quickened their step. beer, insisted upon that all club mem
They soon will take flight, picking bers have their individual water
up as they go the things o f summer, buckets, feed boxes and troughs.
In accordance with all sanitary
not overlooking the flower gardens
It would be well if we paused in thi methods o f handling livestock, vet
hurry and bustle o f every day life erinarians have urged these rules be
long enough to become acquainted I strictly adhered to when the club
with the spirit of the garden, th e! members move into their new barn,
spirit of beauty and peace, while yet
GETS NEW FORD COUPE
we may— before the invader sculee
Ed Everett o f the Sandy Lumbar
the wnll, white blanket in hand.
company has purchased a new Ford
coupe from the Bob Smith Garage
o f Sandy.
I deeply regret that I was not home
when you called at Bonnie Brook I
WISHES HE HAD BO UGHT
Farm last week, but was glad to
TOW NSITE OF SANDY
learn through the Clackamas County
News that you had found pleasure
Mr. Klein o f Portiand> who U8ed
in taking a walk among the flowers t0 buy catt]e here 45 years ugo ca„ e(1
in my garden.
I on the Junkers, Sunday. Klein says
It does not look like the picture I ,le was offere<| all o f Sandy in .*them
have seen o f the Garden of Geth- days” for $500, and is now sorry he
semane, but I am striving each year did not take it. Mr. Lang, another
to make it more like it.
friend o f the Junkers, also called
Yes, the dahlia is a favorite flower Sunday.
o f mine and no plant in the flora1
kingdom has made such marked im ELIZABET H GERDES KILLED
provement in size, form and coloring
IN AN AU T O AC CIDENT
in the past few years as has the dah
lia. No garden is complete without
Elizabeth, a daughter o f Henry
a show of these brilliant and stately Gerdes, a pioneer who kept the first
flowers, and nothing gives greater f store in Sandy, was killed Labor Day
returns for a little money and care | in an accident at Agate Beach, near
Their easy culture should appeal t, ¡Newport. Henry and Christine Ger-
all and the freedom from disease and des were with her in the car, but es-
insect pests is another great asset. caped injury when the car crashed
The dahlia is so profuse in bloom) over a thirty-foot
It seems to me that I could not Henry, her brother, is a member of
have an armful o f flowers the whole the Sandy pioneer society.
season through without the duhlia.:
So 1 hope that lovers o f the beautiful GANGERS CALLED TO ST. JOHN
will at least give a corner in their I
garden to this wonderful flower.
and Mrs. William Ganger were
Dear Mr. Circuitor, do come again called to St. John last week because
and if I am not at home please re- <>* ‘ he sudden death o f a friend, Eu-
main until I have seen you— go in gene Reid, who died suddenly of
and make yourself at home— put heart failure, at Olallie Lake, on La-
your nag in in the stable; there is hor Day. He was camping at the
plenty of corn in the crib, and you l«ke with his wife and daughter. Mr.
will always find a welcome at Bonnie Reid seemed in usual health, but all
a‘ once collapsed.
The P. T. A. put the school house
and grounds in A -l condition for the
beginning of school and received a
liberal sum from the school board.
Being women, they will know how to
get their money’s worth when they
Hop picking began in Dan Stalh-
necker’s yard Monday with the neigh
bors finding pleasure and profit in
Mrs. M. Park made a trip with
the Louis Vallen family to Walton.
Ore., last week where they visited
relatives and friends.
U. N. Beckley ig reported to b»
Everet and Irwin Stahlnecker re
turned from the hop fields at Wil
School began Monday with Miss
Shoemaker of Portland as teacher.
Jimmie Spitler has returned from
Sherwood where he worked during
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Pahl and child
ren and Ivan Yost o f Sandy are vis
iting relatives here this week.
There has been u labor turnover at
the Sandy Lumber company mill re-1
cently, due to sickness, etc, around
five new families having moved in.
Ray Palmquist wus down last week
with an attack o f gripp and was <
threatened with pneumonia.
It is reported that Juck Greenwood 1
has bought out his partner, Bill Lenz.
and that Greenwood will have entir«
charge o f the logging. It is also re
ported that twenty additional acres
o f timber is purchased.
Mrs. Dave Douglass, Waldo and
F'loyd, stayed with the arduous labor
of picking huckleberries until 160
gallons were either marketed or put
up for home use.
“ Red’’ Nelson has been home spend
ing a week’s vacation. He left for
Taft again Monday.
GO TO W AR M SPRINGS
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Scales and small
son Wallace left Monday for the
mountains for a few days stay at the
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THE SHOE RE-BUILDER IN OUR TOWN—
His mind is not upon the “ COST,”
Or how much “ PAY” he’ll get;
Upon his WORK, his thoughts engrossed,
And over it he’ll sweat.
“ Pay” doesn’t worry him a bit;
His face will beam with PRIDE,
If work he’s done has made a “ hit,”
And folks are SATISFIED.
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RONALD E. ESSON, Ph. C., Prop.
W e H ave a
SANDY WOOD INDUSTRY
ON THE UPGRA DE
More wood is being shipped from
Farmers in and around the Sandy
vicinity than ever before and
section are watching the skies with a
hope thnt Jupe may get busy. The the market is more steady. Hundreds
ground is so dry plowing is impossi- o f cords are being stacked by the
ble and rain is also needed for berry! highway while side roads are dry, and
will be shipped via truck later. Judd
fields ami late potatoes.
Bros., a new wood firm at Gresham,!
JARLS ENT ERTAIN REL ATIVES is said to have purchased about five j
thousand cords near Sandy and many!
Mr. and Mrs. Joel Jnrl entertained other firms are contracting, beside
twelve relatives at a big dinner Sun the slabwood dealers that buy up the j
day at their Kelso farm home. Ver- mill product. A. C. Martin of Sandy
nie Jarl was home from White Sal has nbout finished stacking three
mon where he is driving a logging hundred cords of wood for Dixon-
truck, for the event.
J. G. Hayman
Willard Batteries, $9.00
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