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About Estacada's Clackamas County news. (Estacada, Or.) 1957-1976 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 14, 1958)
Norman Shibley o f Portland [ The scarcer the
feed, th e ,
THE C L A C K A M A S C O U N T Y N E W T
| was a recent visitor at the S. E. more serious is a low
Estacada, Oregon, Friday, February 14, 1958
[ Lawrence home.
diet. Stock cant eat enough to 1
Elma and Lyle Patterson and catch up on the supply or they
j children had a mishap between are forced to eat prikly shrubs,
their car and another car
on bitter or otherwise unpalatable j
their way home Sunday
eve. feed, or even poisonous plants J THUR., FR., SAT., Feb. 13.15
were not injured to
Campells Frozen Green Pea with Ham Soup 23c ¿a. [ They
extent of needing hospitaliza- ' The last yearbook of agricul- Fay Spain, Steve Turrell and
Pheasant Drip or Reg. Grind COFFEE,
lb. 79c tion but were shaken up con- lure has to do with soils. We j 0j,n Ash lev in
find this document informative
Sun Spun MARGARINE,
5 ibs. $1.00 siderably.
Delbert Gant is confined to but certain chapters
Pheasant DOG FOOD, No. 1 tin
3 for 25c 'his home with a severe case of rather heavy reading. Many ad- / /
i f j u
If# V i a *
Chef Boy-Ar-Dee Spaghetti-Meat Dinners ea. 43c sinus infection. Elwin Shibley vances in chemistry have ap
driving the school bus
graduaten , I
Zee White Family 4-Roll Pak TISSUE
him while he is indisposed.
2 pkgs 55c
Much of our common know- Dick Miller, Abby Dalton and
ledge is based on experience.
PUREX, .V Gal.
Oh for the opportunity to go to The Patters in
Portr’s 24 oz. MACARONI or SPAGHETTI
n I. All l
We are wading through the
Small White BEANS,
yearbook slowly and painfully. ,
FREE COFFEE EVERY SATURDAY
Every little bit we can absorb
(By John J. Inskeep, County helps us to better understand SUN., MON., TUE., Feb. 16-18
our soils and to make
better Jean Simmons, Joan Fontaine,
1 wife Rathleen from
From Oregon’s new
range recommendations once we have
son Delmer and family
Paul Newmas and Piper Laurie
bulletin- Extension Bulletin 770 a soil analysis before us.
Three Lynx and daughter Reat- Grass is Wealth for
The best trained
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wiley o f ha and family (Don Thomases,
are the first to admit they
Springwater are the proud par i of Oregon City all were at the Oregon
“ Cutting grass to the ground not know it all.
So here is a
ents of a baby daughter born on Gant home for dinner last Sun-,
Most trees die if cuf thought for the day as present-
Jan. 30 at the Doctors’ Hospital day.
o ff at the ground.
Dryland ed in the yearbook.
in Oregon City. She was named j
Arnold Broadhurst’s mother, grasses can live only
“ By what processes and me- Basic research programs
Vicki Carol. Grandparents are j Lucy, and friend,
Art Smith, have leaves. Most of the food chanisms do conditions
about lgging. Without basic scientific
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Swanson visited at the Arnold Broadhurst
You could win an easy Merchandise
the leaves the tops and roots of plants in- research there can be no appli-
of Springwater and Mrs. Marie home Friday evening.His sister in the plant is in
shortly before seed
starts to fluence growth?
Blair of Fresno, Calif.
Order by depositing this coupon in the
“ Such questions cannot
Visiting Sunday at the
Jim Browns) o f Faraday enjoyed a form. If eaten to the ground at
Smiths were Margaret and Ed. game of cards Saturday even
box at our store.
plenty of j life is still a secret.”
: applied sciences when we have
Shearer and girls of Clackamas. ing. Scrabble was the diversion growth if there is
. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Homer o f the evening when the Bert
The Award will be made Wednesday,
be [ And now we would like
t o ' about farm surplus.
enjoyed a recent visit by Rudy E. Collins family called Sunday gon rain after June may
scarce as cows’ incisors.
S o ! philosophize a moment. There we are consuming 94 percent
Crosch 0f Tigard.
Feb. 19, at 8 p.m. The person’s name
complete use-mowing clear t o , are two kinds o f science- l.Ap- l>f our annual production.
Bible study and craft class is
Mrs. Robert Dyer surprised the ground can close the career plied science. That is, applying have increased production 4u
being started at the Springwat the Tom Pierces
receiving the award will be posted.
knowledge to gain a Percent since
er Church Manse at
3:30 on dropped in Sunday. The Dyers o f a
desired end. 2. Basic Science I would we be today with 1940
All those are now located in South Gate, grass family.
dis-' production? Are the people of
from the third grade
up are Calilf.
Grass draws on the root re which has to do do with
covery of scientific information 1 t*le United States not better off
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. F. Miller serves unitl the plant nears ma hitherto unkonwn with no idea I with an annual 6 percent sur
23 Springwater Grangers at were guests of his mother, Mrs. turity and then the leaves rap
man- ¡plus than
tended the visitation at High Anna Miller in Milwaukie for idly pay back what they have as to its possible use to
borrowed. If every plant were kind.
For example someone shortage, even with all of the
land Grange Saturday night.
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mti 1 n pertaining
ninin it L
to celebrate »■
Jean and Elwin Shibley have Bill’s birthday
allowed to make seed
every discovered the mold penicillin.
For some peculiar reason the
learned that a friend of theirs
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Lockman
who has been working on
the o f Corvallis, Mr. and Mrs. Har happy. That isn’t aways possi- working with
Jupiter C rocket, was also the ley Christner of Carey Road, be, so the next aternative is to with no idea o f what the prac made acutely aware of Agricul
structural engineer for the new Mr. and Mrs. Earl Ramsay and allow some grass to seed every tical benefit might be. At least tural subsidies several of which
satellite, “ Explorer.” He is em Mr. George Warren of Estacada year. If 30 to 50 percent o f the that is our concept
of basic Clackamas County
ployed in the laboratory of the were guests of Mr. and
Mrs. heads go to seed each year,such science.
ture. The same public is quite
a range will in time
California School of Technolo John Folden last Sunday.
,. comes _ along
.. . anoth- unaware of the many subsidies
gy in Pasadena. During and af Congratulations to Jerry Reh any range used more heavity. i
early f.r ™h° dlscovered tha‘ pemcil- which tend to raise the cost of
ter the launching, he was in di- bein upon winning the Golden Fall growth,if it comes
Consider for instance
by the m destroys certain
types of living.
iect telephone communication Gloves boxing award. A trip to enough, is also used
1 FREE WITH COUPON
plant to store food in the roots, harmful bacteria-
still basic the subsidies to the lower clas
with Cape Canaveral, Florida. Chicago is part of the prize.
ses of mail. Tariffs are subsid
The mature dry growth is science.
An ironic note is that he is an
N G O O D O N L Y A T n O R .V E R 'S B IO CH IE F
How about tariffs on
low in protein.
A few years ago a
British ies also.
SUN DAY, M ONDAY. TU ESD AY. W EDN ESDAY
Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Patterson enough to secure admission to
What about the dry grass af- subject found how to use pen-
and sons visited with Mrs. Er Hi Time on RPTV last
It does cillin to control certain human
Tues ter seed has formed?
for the purpose o f subsidizing
ma Tenney this past week end. day. Mrs. Wilbur Howell and not hurt the grass to
it diseases, that is applied science. minority groups.
Sunday dinner guests at Ev Mrs. Carl Thurston drove
Learning to produce penicillin
We have long been partial to
erett Shibleys were Mr. and Mrs girls to Portland and
visited is too low in protein to main in commercial quantities is an
Jack Akins. Later Mr. and Mrs. | another daughter of Mrs.Thurs-1 tain weight on livestock. The other good example of applied jackets made from tough and
Roy Beck and Mr. and Mrs.Wm. | ton’s— Mrs. Richard Walker.
dry grass, if abundant enough, science. So is the knowledge of 'cloth is hand woven in cottages
Shearer and family of Portland
Mr. and Mrs. Rae Erickson
producing'on islands near the northwest
of Redland called
her imal weight if:
with- British coast.
The folks who .
Animals can get protein from
Sunday Elwin and Jean Shib mother, Mrs. Laura Tucker on
no ' weave them are dependent on
growing out which we would have
ley took Jean’s father back
to Sunday afternoon.
strawberry industry. The aver
home industry for a living.
Portland after a s hort visit.
The S. E. Lawrences called broadleaf weeds, or
The livestock'are given pro- age housewife knows nothing | ^ a^ s
H am s ‘ weeds
While in Portland they also vis upon their daughter and family
ited their new niece, Beth Ann the A1 Wiechmanns in Portland tein concentrates, or
whatever o f
this technique, ^ave° relfentW b e e n ^ ^ f w m
are | which places
luscious 25 percent to 45 percent, so we
F r y . ______
j strawberry in every supermar- read.Another subsidy to whom
Ted and Mildred
Rehbein daughter Brenda returned home
Grass starts in
the spring ket frozen compartment within There are many, many
were guests of her parents, the with them for a few days visit.
The Bert E. Collins family is
Wm.C.Roberts o f Damascus last
Why dont we hear
Wednesday celebrating the Reh-
more about them? Why is the
1 FREE WITH COUPON
Renneth Deardorff, son
of fa hay,but the percentage drops lesaon ls there-
bein’s wedding anniversary and
f»nger always pointed toward
also Mildred’s birthday. Mr.and Rachel Folden, is now stationed to forf. At the beginning o f the Setting at. It is easy enough to agriculture. Maybo American
oouro.: g o o d o n l y a t h o r n e r ' s b i o t h i e f
Mrs. Lewell Roberts and their in Turkey. He was transferred seed head formation, grass has sel1 ‘ he public on the idea
of agriculture needs a good public
live children were also guests. there from Cuba.
SUN DAY. M O N DA Y. TU ESD AY , W EDN ESDAY
to rela‘ ions Pr°g ram-
Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Linder more protein per acre than at giving financial
The Roberts family lived
Springwater several years ago. of Carver spent the day recent any other time. Cattle have to problems o f applied science. It
Raymond Harries and family ly with Mrs. Linder’s daughter have range feed everaging ov- most difficult to sell the public SPECIAL MEETINGS
drove to Seaside Sunday. The and family, the Wilbur Howells er five percent protein to main- on the idea 0f lending such sup- CONTINUE IN ESTACADA
George Gentemann, agricul tain weight. Young grass aver- port to basic science. The pos- c iT V HALL
weather was pleasant and they
tural instructor in
Estacada aes 20 percent protein or bet-'sible benefits'are to obscure, i The series o f meetings spon
really had fun on the beach.
The colleges and universities
a ter. Dry grass runs as low
The James Platt family and the Union High School,
today are greatly
concerned. sored by the
Don Showerman family, Mrs. group of FFA boys to Woods
Church of Estacada will
Henry Platt and Casey Clarke Seed Co. at Salem a week ago.
clude next Sunday, Feb. 16th.
and Rodney and
Janice R ig Woods Seed Co. plants and pro-
Evangelist E. F. Partridge has I
gins all were guests at the Ev pogates many of the evergreen
announced the following top - 1
erett Riggins home last Friday trees used for
ics: Friday- “ The Coming War |
evening to join Elsie in celebra throughout the state.
With Russia;” Saturday “Youth
way back the group stopped at
ting her birthday.
Aflame or Flaming
Mr. and Mrs. Ora Harlan of the Oregon State Fair grounds
Sunday morning- “ Choosing A
Bassett, Nebraska left last Mon
God;” and Sunday night “ Gam
day for Boise, Idaho,
where ress.The group traveller by bus
blers With Eternity.” A mag
they will visit Mrs.
ician will take part on
sister. The Harlans have been dren visited at
day, which will also be Youth 1
visiting their daughter and fa Swanson home Tuesday. Andy
The closing service on
1 FREE WITH COUPON
(Formerly Shorty’s Barber Shop)
mily the Gene Sullivans for the has been under the
Sunday night will feature
O N G O O D O N L Y A T H O R N E R ’ S B IO CH IE F
Annie Scott (Scotty) and Tom Boyle, Props.
with a cold and the
Del Gant’s brother Lyle and lrnm pencillin.
S I 'N D A Y , M O N D A Y , T U E S D A Y . W E D N E S D A Y
Hours 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., Tuesday thru Saturday
at 7:45 each evening, and at 11
on Sunday morning. The song
L E T M E SHOW Y O U
leader for the series is Mr.Walt,
Linguist of Portland. The pub
H O W Y O ’J CAN A D D
lic is cordially invited to
3 1 ,0 0 0 . 0 0
tend by Pastor Martin R. Craft
1 In'lv.din* Hauling, Butchering, Cooling, Cut-
SPRINGWATER STORt SPECIALS!
Thur., fri., Sat., feb. 13-14-15
Good Sunday, Monday, Tuesday an
Wednesday, February 16-17-18-19
Notes by the
'Rock All Night'
"Until They Sail"
4 for 35c
Hi Merest Farms
to the value of Paute 2 Estacada, Ore.
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pion FRUIT TREES, SHRUBS,
VINES, ROSES, and other Orna
mentals. No obligation. Write or
_Try a Classified Adv. in the
Clackamas County News. _lt
will get results and the cost ls
low. Just phone us or .bring
or mall your ad. in.
Cooling, cut, wrapped and delivered, 4c lb.
Of All Kinds
WHY N O T let the job department
lin, wrapped and delivered for 6c lb.
Pork 8c lb.
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