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THE CLACKAM AS COUNTY NEW S
Estacada, Oregon, Friday, Sept. 6, 1957
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state com m ittee are made lo ­
W ILL TR Y TO IM PROVE
cally from County Farm Bu­
M ARKETING PRODUCTS reau C om m odity
Committee
The Oregon Farm
Bureau Chairmen within each region.
Federation com m odity adviso­
ry com m ittees w ill
consider OSC PLAN S STUDY OF
means for im proving m arket­
HILL SOILS NEEDS
ing
agricultural products
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A long range econom ic study
during a series o f meetings to or soil fertility problem s and
be held next week at the Mar- forage c -ep production poten-
ion Hotel in Salem.
tia! o f W illam ette Valley hill
The series o f m eetings start- soils has been stasted b y Ore-
ing with the livtstock com m it- gos State college under a co-
tee os Tuesday,
Sept. 3. the operative agreement with the
field crop com m ittee os Sept.5, Tennessee V alley A u th o'ity.
the fruit & vegetable com m it- TVA w ill contribute t-33,500
tee Sept. 6, and the
poultry toward the study during the
com m ittee on
Sept. 9.
The next five years.
m eetings are called for 9:30
Findings w ill help the college
AM on each
of
designated pinpoint the econom ics o f fer­
tilizer recom mendations
foi
dates.
In addition to a study o f mar­ hill soils and nelp lead to ex ­
keting methods the committees pansion o f forage crop produc­
soil
w ill consider prom otion
pro­ tion in western Oregon,
grams. and agridultural prices scientists point out.
to develop
recommendatios
M ore and more hill soils w ill
for action by the state and na­ have to be— and can profitab­
tional Farm Bureau organiza­ ly be— utilized in the future
for forage crop production as
tions.
contiues
to
Each com m ittee w ill also de­ the population
ex­
v e lo p a program for 1958 .This grow in the Valley, they
in form a­
w ill include activities o f both plained. Inadequate
state and county committees tion on soil fertility is one o f
the draw backs at present.
for each o f the com m odities.
The need for
lime, phos­
M embers o f the committees
on
represent the 12 Farm Bureau phorus, sulfor and boron
regions in Oregon. Selection of hill soils has been dem onstrat­
regional representatives to the ed. More facts are needed,
Menucha for a weeks confer
ence for college age young p eo­
ple o f the Presbyterian Church
Steve W ilson
and
Mary
A recent survey of super market customers showed they esti­
Paine returned hom e last F ri­
mate the net profit of food retailers as high as 19» on a dollar of
^sales. Actually, the right answer is 1.2<f-according to a study just day after ten days at the Can­
non Beach Bible conference.
completed by the Harvard Busi­
Kathie Ronnow spent three
ness School for the National Asso­
days last week in Forest G rove
ciation of Food Chains.
visiting Mr. and
Mrs. Wayne
The surprising penny profit as-
Tate and fam ily.
Mr. Tate
,pect of chain super markets is
was a teacher in the Estacada
made possible by a number of de­
high school.
velopments. Self-service and "cash
Jim Buhlinger left last F ri­
and carry” are two of the most
day for Provo, Utah, to
visit
important. But just as important
his sister Starley,
(Mrs Dc
are large volume, fast turnover
and greater efficiency.
Sm ith) and her fam ily. Starley
For example, because of im­
and De w ill drive him
back
proved equipment and methods,
home at the end o f the week.
food chains can handle two tons
17 young people o f the West­
of groceries with the manpower
minster Fellowship
and the
ineeded for one ton 10 years ago.
Estacada Church
of
Christ
Food distribution costs have
shared a Labor
Day picnic
been going down steadily. The of new foods developed since the
and swim m ing party in Clear
.costs of food distribution have been
war, a wage earner works far less ; Creek Canyon.
,cut by one-fourth since 1933 due
for the food staples.
Mr. Carl Ronnow, Sr.,
re­
'to more efficient warehousing,
For example, he works only 7 turned on Tuesday to his home
' transporting and record-keeping
minutes for a quart of milk—where
in Oakland, Calif., after a two
and to the advantages of modern
his father worked 21 minutes. To
weeks visit here with his son
chain super market operations.
"earn" a dozen eggs he need only
and fam ily. Last w eek, at the
The remarkable thing is that this work 17 minutes—where his father
Ronnow home, he showed for
has been accomplished despite
put in nearly an hour and a half, j
a number of local friends some
food industry wage increases
What is true of milk and eggs is
his
which have tripled, freight rates true of bread, butter, meat and kodaehrom e slides from
travels in Denmark.
which have more than doubled
most of the other staples.
Houseguest o f Mrs. Maude
and similar boosts iri other costs.
Summing it up, the figures show ]
Moreover, the modern super
he need work only one-third as Burnett during last w eek was
market may offer as many as 7,000 long to stock the family larder as Mrs. Mary Hurlburt Scott, a
pioneer resident o f Oregon who
items—ten times the number 20 his father did 40 years ago.
years ago.
People often talk about saving a t now lives in Riverton, Wyo.
"pretty penny.” But, in the light Mrs. Scott is a cousin o f Mrs.
What does this mean to Mrs.
America and her family? Besides of what you get in a modern food Burnett’s late husband.
Houseguests
at
the Art
chain, the little more than a penny
the much larger assortment of
foods, including ou t-of-sea son
that you give to your super mar­ Schultz home last w eek w ere
fruits and vegetables, delicacies
ket is profit you might call a pretty j Mrs. Schultz's brother-in law
powerful penny.
from distant places and hundreds
and sister, Mr. and
Mrs. Cleo
Sallee, o f Roseburg.
Sunday guests o f
Florence
however, on best rates o f ap- the mathematical analyses and
pliiation o f these and other nu- W. G. Brown, agriculural ec- Cloninger w ere Mrs. Gertrude
trients frof the standpoints of onomist, w ill handle the cost- Ryder and Dr. Ellen DuBois of
Portland.
yields and dollar return, tak-1 return phase of work.
Labor day visitors o f the Os­
ing fertilizer costs, crop prices j
-----------------------------
car Judds
w ere
the Jerry
and other factors into consid­
Todds o f Portland.
eration.
On Monday the Elmer Berg
A lfalfa w ill be the test crop
fam ily o f M ilw aukie enroute
and trials will be conducted in !
(By Margaret Ross)
cooperation w ith farmers
in | The last w eek o f vacation for home from a church picnic at
various locations. Soil samples local school kids was blest with Eagle Fern Park stopped to v i­
w ill be m oved into OSC green­ plenty o f sunshine and warm sit the Tony Buhlingers
Mr. and
Mrs. Vernon Ross
houses to help speed up screen­ weather, and many took
ad­
ing w ork on soil
deficiencies vantage o f the final holiday for last Saturday drove to Castle
Rock, Wash., to
attend the
and fertilizer needs.
G reen ­ picnics and camping.
house experim ents w ill be fo l­
A m ong those w ho attended wedding o f A lice Harber.a for-
low ed by field
experiments. the Oregon State Fair at Salem er Estacada resident and m em ­
Fundamental lab studies
and last Sunday w ere Mr. and Mrs ber o f the Springwater church.
Sunday, Aug. 25, Dora and
relationships o f yeild to
soil Earl Brackttt their
daughter,
tests are also planned.
Soil Jean, Joanne Burnett, and Ja­ Nola Clester attended a reun­
tests w ill be made in the c o l­ nice Buhlinger.
In another ion o f the Clester fam ily at the
hom e near
lege soil testing laboratory,
group w ere the Virgil Nelson Kenneth Clester
The study w ill in volve the fam ily and Kathy Ronnow ,D o­ Stayton.
Sunday, Aug. 25, Mr.
and
com bined efforts o f several rt- ra and Nola Clester went
to
Mrs. Ernest Douglas entertain­
search workers in soils and ag­ the fair on Monday.
ricultural econom ics. Soils d e­
Roy and
Barbara Gaylord ed at lunch fo r Hugh Elliot, o f
partment staff mempers
are returned
home
from K la­ Portland, and at evening din­
ner for Mr. and Mrs.
Arthur
M oyle E. Harward, Tom Jack- math Falls last Sunday.
son, Law rence A. Alban, Ellis
Tom Burnett
came back H eycock o f Damascus.
Eddie Bukovchick was able
G. K nox, and David James. R o­ from his summers w ork in the
ger G. Petersen,
experim ent U. S. Forest Service at Diam- to return to w ork on Tuesday
for the first time since his au
statios statistician, w ill directond Lake.
Then he went to
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Feeding Millions For A Penny
Eagle Creek
ESTACADA SHOE REPAIR SHOP
R. & L. SHOES STORES, Inc.
H. L. Banks, Operator-Manager
Quality Shoe Repairing
New shoes for the entire family - Loggers,
English Brogues, School Shoes, W ork Shoes
for men and boys - Also some rebuilt shoes!
Join our Family Shoe Club and get a FREE
PAIR OF SHOES!
MEAT COT FOR LOCKERS
Including Hauling, Butchering, Cooling, Cut-
tin, wrapped and delivered for 6c lb.
Pork 8c lb.
Cooling, cut, wrapped and delivered, 4c lb.
Harold Middleton
Dial CR. 9-5145
tom obile accident two w eek?
ago.
Fred Gaylord and about 7 ot­
her local Reservists
received
w ord this w eek that they must
leave next Sunday for training
at Ft. Ord, about three weeks
earlier than they had expected.
The L loyd Stephens fam ily
suffered a severe handicap for
a num ber o f days,
after son
Tomm y, driving the faily trac­
tor last Sunday, hooked a low -
hanging electric w ire and rip­
ped out both electrical and tel­
ephone
connections to their
home. W ater-pum ping was out
too, o f course; so he fam ily was
taking meals at the home
of
neighbor Florence
Cloninger
until the lines w ere repaired.
Guest preacher
at
Eagle
Creek church last Sunday was
the R e v , E. F. W oody o f Port­
land, representing the Oregon
Temperance League.
Eagle Creek Grangers, neigh ­
bors and friends are rem inded
o f the annual Grange
Fair,
pot-luck supper
and square
dance this Saturday night.
CONDUCTING SERVICES
AT CHRISTIAN CHURCH
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Gilstrap
o f Turner, Oregon, are condu c­
ting services at the Christian
Church now and
are
very
hopeful o f meeting
all
the
members o f
the
Chrirtian
Church or Church o f Christ in
the near future.
CAM P PENDLETON, Calif.
— Marine SSgt. Joseph T.Foote,
son o f Mrs. Ruby Hess o f Esta­
cada Route 2, and husband of
the form er Miss A lice
Joyce
Gerulf o f Portland, participat­
ed in Operation Ironhorse a d e­
sert com bat exercise to
test
men and machines under the
most adverse desert conditions.
The gruelling Marine ex er­
cises w ere conducted Aug 5-27
at the Marine Corps Base, 29
Palms, Calif.
Under simulated com bat con ­
ditions, 150 troop-carryisg 1st
Marine Division vehicles and
crews braved
torrid desert
temperatures as high as
150
degrees to battle
the desert
heat and sand fo r a
160-mile
sustained drive oper the bar­
ren terrain.
NOTICE
In order to give our customers the lowest prices possible we have cut our overhead to the minimum, including the elimination
of 5. & H. Green Stamps.
Compare our low everyday shelf prices with those offered anywhere.
THESE ARE OUR EVERYDAY LOW PRICES)
H ILLS B R O S .
fo lg e r ' s
G O L D E N W ES T
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WEEK EN D SPECIALS !
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Prices Effective Thurs., Fri., 3at., Sept. 5 6-7
C. &H. SUGAR
1 0 tbs.
99C
Lim it
Triple pak, Reg. 59c
Blue Bell POTATO CHIPS
jOGAI k e t t e «
f^eguLrs
Kina?
Filters
Carton $ 1-69
Carton $ 1-79
Carton $ 1.89
1 ** «
1 B A s i
r ü O D
in
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10 cans
O A .
89 c
ihop «nywhere — then check our prices!
GROUND BEEF
Lb. 3 9 C
Juicy RIB STEAK
Lb. 6 5 C
Delicious Blade ROAST Lb. 4 5 C
Major Brands
CANNED MILK Tall Cans 3 (or 3 9 C
Zee
I GLSEER'S -TRASHED
49C
U.S.D.A. "G O O D " GRADf B iiF
80 Count
Lean SHORT-RIBS
Lb. 2 5 C
L b .8 9 C
NAPKINS
Pkg. 1 0 C
Top Boneless
ROUND STEA K
Cottage
303 Tins
Pure GROUND ROUND ib. 6 5 C
PEAS
ESTACADA FOOD LOCKERS
Ea. 1 0 C
Skinless WEINERS
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Lb. 4 7 C
Cr. 9-3218