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TH E C L A C K A M A S C O U N T Y N E W S
Page 2 Am ino triazolo is recimmended I port
last w eek as erroneous'
A num ber of Barton residents Whitehead.
for spot spraying and
2, 4-L) | Charley Mode recently spent in the previous issue o f this pa
attended the funeral o f M rs.Le- Last Sunday 7 graduates
Estacada, Oregon, Friday, May 30, 1958
for selective spraying. That is a few pleasai.t four
days at per. Tests made at the ho
na Pedersen in Portland
last grade schools and high schools
Notes by the
(By John J. Inskeep, County
The casual driver is not like-
Jy to n otice the large sheep pop-
ulation when touring the high-
D -R U N
ID E N T !
w ays and byw ays o f Clackamas t° say that amino tiiazole w ill Shear’s Bridge on the Deschutes proved that he did not
have Tuesday, She was the m other were honored at Barton church
County Hut « a .» short
by air destroy or
w• c u trip
__j River, in the company
* j of —
w m te-
o f Liori’na
G u us)
W ilt OUWIi t o n v i i n t .
n -It J
nv uov i
> hite- m ornm 8 service. Corsages w ere
I — . , i in
— t —
— . but
.. . he
.. . enjoyed
ln e to w n u e presented to the girl graduates
estimate o f 30 thousand ewes jnany
other - plants
W ally Miller distinguished
111 this county s quite realistic. to thistle plants.
2,4 D being the atmosphere anyway.
sef fou rfou ld.
In the gradua- to a rest home. Recently
Vacation B ible
n lo n iin o
t o 1 1 e n , l ♦ /“»>• n o n t r n l
_____ . . 1___ o n
In fact sheep
repre- e selective
is used for control n o f f
the 39 A Amer.
Legion tion program he
presented _ had been in a hospital
follow - children begins
sents one o f the m ajor livestock; broad leaf weeds, but does not & Auxiliary members w ho, on trumpet solo. Then he received
county. affect plants o f the grass fam ily Sunday, Mav 18, attended
the three awards: honorary mem-
Lanib production has been on if spraying is properly timed Estacada Method 1st Church
in bership in the
school Honor contribution to the funeral ser- an(j continues for
the increuse. We now market Timing is important w ith each the Legion’s • Back to God’ ob- S ociety; citation by the faculty v ice was offered by a voca l trio i Huors 9:30 A M.to 12 noon.The
seranee, follow ed by pot luck as the outstanding class m em ber from Barton consisting o f Carol theme w ill be -‘Exploring G od’s
30 thousand lambs a year. The material.
m arket price approxim ates 24 Am ino triazole when praperly dinner at the Legion hall w ere and all-around student particip
Eaden, Vida M iller and Alm eda Wonders”
dollars a head m aking a total used, is a Very effective thistle six Barton people: Leroy For ating in a w ide variety o f
of $720 thousand m ore or less weedicide o f wed killer. W ith man, Mrs. Minnie Forman, Mr. tivities and the Arian Founda
marketings eacn most w eed control
chem icals an,j Mrs. Harry Hickman
Mr. tion award in musid.
season depending on
current w e suggest follow in g directions and Mrs Adolph Still,
A fam ily picn ic at the
Most o f our cn the container. H ow ever w ith 1
House guest o f the Adolph neth Valentine home last Sun
prim e fat lambs are
born in amino triazole the Oregon E x- Stills last week end was G race's day brought together the Wm.
has found mother, Mrs Hugh Wilson
January and February.
They periment Station
o f Bristlins, the Kenneth Eadens,
concentration is Portland
are sold at weaning during May that a lesser
the Willard Bristlins,
Áuw • m u rjX ’
At that time they
(o f P ort
Guests o f the Darrell Wrights Bristlin, Dean Jeke
weigh from 80 to
Our suggestion is to use ap on the same weekend w ere Mr.
Prime lambs, such as w e pro-
W right's parents, Mr. and Mrs. o f Jennings Lodge.
all proxim ately one ounce to a gal Lindsey W right o f Stayton
duce, find a readymarket
M onday visitors of the K en
l o n nf water
over the United States
Barton school held its closing neth Valentines w ere K en’s bro-
or 6 to 7 lbs. to
The prim e lam b is called by spoons fu ll)
LW MELNOM STREtt
the | therin llaw and sister Mr. and
1UU gallons t»l
kJ 5c A
a - picnic
the trade, a hard lamb.
Mrs. Ray Littrap
means that the fleshing
over small quantiicy o f a com m ercial schoo| grounds
Earl daughter of Eugene.
Visiting Mr. and Mrs
the loins is hard and prim e for sticker spreader is recom m end
S.L MARKET DRIVE
Last Sunday the Frank White
Hard lam b carcasses ed for more thorough coverage
ship readily to distant points, Am nio triazoc com es in pow der daughter Jear. (Mrs B ob Barth heads called on Mr. and Mrs.
olom ew and baby son
Danny Lester Y oung in Portland. Mr..
but not even the best o f Ia m bi*0*™-.
3430 SAXON DRIVE
Open daily noon ’til 9 p. m.
Y oung was a
form er fellow
carcasses are kept in cold stor-
Thistle plants arc best con from Eugene
C O R R E C T'O N :
o f -------------------
Frank’s w hom
age for extended periods. The trolled with amino triazole dur
— , worker
sol t, or unfinished 1 mb does " 8 the rapid grow th period and ,110 not stay a* Veterans hospital had not seen .n many years
not keep w ell and must bo con- before th»- bud stage has been
reached. Effect from the eh e m -1
sumed soon alter slaughter.
Most of our spring lambs arc- icnl wiH n'd b noticed
fattened on one of
our goou w eek or so. At that time it w ill
grasses ut-li is alta fescue, or be noted that the tips are tu rn
Apparent death o f
chard grass or com m on
rye ing white.
grass, and a l'-gume or legumes, the plant is gradual but spray
subterranean clover ed areas may be plow ed or cu l
A Business and Professional guide
to friendly O R EG O N C ITY Concerns who merit a share of
and N ew Zealand white clover. tivated tw o or three w eeks a f
Crimson clover seed fields are ter treatment.
ing . . GIVE TH E M A T R I A L !_______________
2, 4-D provides seasonal con
often grazed by sheep early in
|he spring. In the M olalla Can-
P E G G Y’S
Clackam as / » c t d o i v i c u i c l r o e
by area quite a few lambs are application.
County this material
is fre- ¿ A b I R O W J t W L L L K b
SHOES for the
M USIC STORE
fattened on grow ing red clover
Extension Agent Hugh Caton quently used
believes the m arket for Clacka thistles and
mas County Hard
fat spring weeds in grain crops. Damage
Gas & Oil Furnaces
lambs is almost unlimited
be to cereal plants m ay result
• Sheet Music
cause o f limited com petition at
• Instructions on
our marketing season.Caton al boot stage. In other w ords, after
SH EET M E T A L CO.
so believes that a standardizes they start shooting seed stalks.
breeding program, using black The operator must be careful to |
faced sires, w ould produce
a avoid drift, particularly o f 2.4-D
m ore uniform product and re-
- A ll Makes
suit in higher profits.
Better nearhy. Use dilutions according
A t Foot of the Elevator
BUSTER BROW N SHOES
he to directions on the
P h .3 83 1! Oregon City
Main at Eighth
203 - 7th St.
PH. 2150 219-7th
thinks woud pay higher d iv id
Late lambs for instance have and follow with a second 2 4-D
is Picture Time - -
RE STAU RAN T
OREGON C IT Y PRINTING & ST A T IO N E R Y CO. Anytim e r.d
to be carried over w inter
mar application In the fall. The ex
it’s Fun 1
keting and are seldom as proflt-
Complete Office Supplies
M ARINE ROOM
i able as spring lambs.
TH E C A M E R A SH OP
ew es in every flo ck w ill habitu- more detail
AM ERICAN and
The Flashbulb Sign
aly produce late lambs. Caton's
.advice is to keep a flock recoru . . . . . . .
ph. 6739 703 Main St.
PH. 3864 or OL. 4-8371
517 Main St.
and discard the late
lambing fact,ur<;r .‘ ,"1 ™ .^ '°"!!. ° n.. J j ì f
ewes. He has advised a simple package *”
i HE E C O N O M Y SH OP
and effe ctiv e system for
this chemicals. Purchase the right
M O R G A N 'S JU N ’ OR BO O T SHOP
H A Z E L L. D A Y
material for the jo b
Bargains in Used
One o f our good
Regular and Corrective Fitting
Clothing For All
Com ing back to look at tj.- minded us ot' this recently. He
l.et Us Help You
Tots to Teens
county by air, one is Impressed ‘l'1* n<?*-
Co-Ordinate Y our W ardrobe
by our large grassland econom y. 1,1'tight he as getting and pot
206 Ninth St.
512 - 7th St. Ph. 3750
an 706 Center St.
Grass pastures are dotted
by s®” *d cattle to the tune of
sheep, b eef and dairy
cattle. \ a0° 1,,s^ He asked us to pas»
Grass seed fields o f red fescues
TY P E W R IT E R S
and Marion bluegrass are
less impressive. Crimson clover _ _
elds now i,i -.he blossom pres- P ’ i P T f j T * M F I W S
Standard .... Portable
ent a pleasing
patchw ork o f ” ” ^
t c iô
By Margaret Ross
color from the air.
On M onday evening. May 19.
One is als) impressed by the
G ah ram
excellent soil erosion
preven the W ym ote fam ily gathered in
FU R N ITU R E - H A R D W A R E - GIFTS
R EN TALS
tion program seen here. G ood Portland for a joint celebration
Phone O regon City 4911
grass forms our best protection honoring the 25th wedding an-
from erosion. Our area is out- nivorsary of Mr and Mrs.
502 - 7th St.
standing in ‘ his connection.W e W ym ore and -he 21st birth<la\
o f their son Billy.
could not keep from m aking
OFFICE M ACH INES
mental comparison with parts was held at ‘ he hom e of B ill’ s
192 River Road
FREE P A R K IN G LO T B E T W E E N STORES
o f Kansas and Nebraska flow n mother, Mrs Lnvina W ymore.
over in 1957, nearly a year ago. Also present w ere Billy’s w ife
916 MAIN ST.
Much o f the Wheatland there is Patty and brother Gary.
errnced. But terracing alone is
Rev. Walde n Askren was el-1
OREGON C IT Y FEED
not the final answer. The give ected president o f the
away gullies and small water ■ assn, o f Western Conservative
Grain, Feed, Seed
Way patterns are readily
seen Baptist Theological Sem inary at
H O M E OF H O F F M A N
between terraces from the air. the annual banquet which
CH O R E M A STE R
R A D IO & T V SERVICE
Wind erosion often takes place and Mrs Askren attended M ay 2.
„ T i l le r s and Mowers ..
Mr. and Mrs O J. Workman
before the n ew ly seeded grain
Phone 5516 619
A u t h o r iz e d Service
follow in g Mr
can germ inate to provide pro- last Thursay,
W orkm an’s return
• General Auto Repairs
Los Ph 3971 or P ortland O L. 4-7556
From the standpoint o f good hospital left by plane fo r
forestry practices w e still have Angeles, returning
hom e on
C U R TA IN SHOP
• W heel Balancing and Alignment
104 8th St.
a long w ay to go in this county. Monday.
A trip by p l.n e shows im prove- Ora’s mother. Mrs Ernest W ork-
At E eooom y PHces
SPEEDOM ETER CABLE A L L CARS - TR U C K S
ment but w e still have
many man, w ho w ill spend the next
areas in need o f reforestation
few months in L. A with anoth
THE FLO W ER SHOP
Melvin Dunmire’ s E IG H TH STREET G A R A G E
Klrsch Rods - Accessories
er son and his
“Flow ers for every D ay”
On the Hill
This is the best time o f year Charles M odes drove the W ork-
thistles mans to and from Portland air*
for spraying Canada
Be r"rc to see
W ho P ays?
Jf you havo a bodily Injury polley
With Farmers Insurance Exchange
you are AUTOMATICALLY PRO.
TECTED, up to the Umita of Finan
cial Responsibility Laws, for per-
tonal injuries sustained through no
fault of your own by you or rola-
fives In your household. For Infor
mation on the many other advan
tages, extra protection and lower
coat of a Farmers Auto Policy, call
your neighborhood agent of
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" B U U ' RIVERS
O ff. Phone CR 9-6527
Res. Phone CR 9-6510
5 « *
F I ND A N D
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TERMS. Irxlud* fix-
•urei, p ip . end labor
in th . financing if you
S o fi
as $ 1 1 0 .5 0
C 7 'r œ d }
tto tp o in t
You can buy o new Myers
water system for as low
CR 9 3892
Weddings - Corsages
816 - 7th st.
You're Invited to Try the
Ph M 18
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for Boys and Girls
any other car. The Opel is of rug- ■
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The Opel comes in a 2-door mod-
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on. A ll, of course, have the latest
styling — and mechanical improve-
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Get into a new car at a ■
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OPEL at RAY BUICK Co.
540 N.E. 2nd, Gresham
Phone MO 5-4121
PAUL'S RADIO SERVICE CO.
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Super H iw ay at 18th.
R AM BLERS
Sales and Service
W H E E L CAFE
LO U N G E
ST E A K S
P A N K E Y M O T O R CO.
11423 W ashington
Ph. 5344 503 Main St. P h: 9106
STO R K -TO -TE E N S
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Frank Ocello, Sales Manager at
Ra- Bii-ck Cn. in Gresham, invites
and test drive the
yoi to ;om<
of Germany,” the perform-
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the OPEL. You can buy an Opel
for $27.80 a month. The Opel del
ivers 35 miles per gallon. It’s built
in Germany by General Motors, the
world's largest auto makers, and is
fully guaranteed. There are more
Opels registered in Germany than
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E SC R O W S
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O R EG O N O W N E D
Open 1« AM to 8 PM
464 Portland A ve.
O regon City Ph. 2446
FA ST FRIENDLY SERVICE
O BR SPECIALTIES:
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LINOLEUM CO M PAN Y
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Ph. O.C. 6506
Sales and Sendee
\Vr Service What We SELL
S. & H Green Stamps
Featuring Motorola TV Tube
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A U T O - FU R N ITU R E
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B uilding Materials
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PH. Oregon City 4152
82nd. at Parhplace
C onvertible Tops .
600 SUPER H IG H W AY
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Direct Factory Dealer
Dynaflow - Tune-up and
W reck Repairing
Best Selection of
New and Used Cars
SU P E R -H Y BUICK INC
Phone Oregon City 5129
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