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1H E CLACKAM AS COUNTY NEW S
Estacada, Oregon, Friday, July 11, 1958
"Can’t get around over these
hills like I used to” Ed declar
ed 'Bue one o f crur sons
finished his away fi-om home,
military duty. He likes to farm
so now I can take it a
easier. This is a nice place for
a home and we wouldn’t trade
for any other.”
DAKOTA STATES SOCIETY
PICNIC SUNDAY, JULY 13
The Dakota States Society of
Oregon will hold their annual
Beach Park Sunday, July 13.
Entertainment for all
and meet your friends.
God has two dwellings: one in heaven,
(By John J. Inskeep, County
It appears that formal pap
and the other in a meek and thankful
ers are soon to be signed wheie-
Court is leasing a 60 acre cut
over tract, southeast of Colton
— Isaak Walton
to the Extension Service of Or stage of development
of the and Armeda Woodle enjoyed a
egon State College for
farm plant should alfulafa be cut for picnic at the River Mill Park
The following informa on the Fourth
tion may throw some light on
A recent survey in Judge La- the question—
Miss Madeleine Ward, teach
tourette’s office ironed out
a WHEN TO CUT
Estacada G rade'
Phone MOhawk 5 3794
I Farm management Aug 1951. School visited in Estacada on j
The next assignment was to I In an experiment at Davis, Monday. She recently returned
A Local Institution
Day and Night Service
find the corners.This was par- California alfaflafa was
cut from a tour of the United Stat-1
ticularly important because a f or 7 y(.ars jn these stages :Pre- es and reports that she had
20 comes out o f the original 80. bud, bud. 1-10 bloor and half wonderful time
It is important not to trespass bloom.
Annual yeild was in
on a neighbor. The corners of proport iion: 8.5 tons per acre
REPORT OF CONDITION
the 80 had reecntly been estab at the prebud stage;
up to 10
tons per acre at
On June 9 we became survey - stage. For three years there
j ors. The party included Ernest was not diffeence
Zahar and Bill Helmig, mem the different plots
of Milwaukie in the State of Oregon at the close of
bers of the County
Forestry j yield, but in the
business on June 23, 1958
Association from Molalla, Pro- years o f the test.
|ject Forester A1 Parker, Extcn- bloom yielded 5 tons more than
\ sion Forester Gary Sander and the prebud cutting. That is, 5
Cash balances with other banks, including reserve
I your writer.
Chain and com tons for the 3 year peroid. or
balances, and cash items in process of collection ... $2,077,627.72
pass were provided
by the 1 2 - 3 tons per year.
j Clackamas County Court
United States Government obligations,
concluded that if a stand was
Ernest operated the compass. to ge left down for
direct and guaranteed............................. —
Bill took the lead chain and the 1 years, tre owner had
Obligations of States and political subdivisions
rest of us served as swampers take advantage of the increas- |
We mashed ; ed Pl.otein and increased qual-
Other bonds, notes and debentures
down a lot of
fern, crowled | jty and cut early. If it is de-
Loans & discounts (including $48,375.43 overdrafts) 7,948,243.24
hazel sjred to leave the alfalfa down
Bank premises owned $12,781.62
brush and poison oak and we as long as possible;
found the important corner es- j would better let it go
furniture and fixtures $26,618.71
¡tablished several years ago by ,pagt the , . 10 bloom stage and
Real estate owned other than bank premises ....
Charles Tyler Kappler Lum- j
a little longer.
¿amili Jfiuu'ral Hunte
The First State Bank of Milwaukie
Other assets ...................................................................
It's old pump roundup
time . . . time to trade
that inefficient old
pump for the eco
water service that only
a new 1958 Jacuzzi jet
water system can provide.
r \ r rr i ' r;„ F,r,°m thC,e half bloom stage gave slightly
we established the all unpot- hlgher yield than
T O T A L A SSETS ....................................
tant southeast corner of the 20 bIoom ¿ .e second 3
Ernie brought us the difference was ' ot great,
back to the original south line Th
by compass with only a 5 foot ! jn tota, protei' and total TDN
Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships,
over the period from cutting
and corporations ...................................................... 5,277,671.53
The next job is to draw up a jin the bud stage and the 1-10 !
ilan of operation and to con- i bloom stage.
deposits of individuals, partnerships,
The probud cut-
act necessary salvage logging
yielded less |
. . . ¡ting, however,
from which we hope to obtain 1
( Total Digestible Nu- i
I s nough money to do necessary trients)
Deposits of United States Government
( including postal savings ) ........... ............................
tree variety and sepcie
trial CONCLUSION: If a grower j
It is our hope to
plant nearly 30
species for probably do beset in the long I
Other deposits (certified and officers’ checks, etc.)
n n by aiming at 1-10 bloom, j
I A roegh area this, with all the
problems of brush and boomer extra quality bar- then cutting
control, lack of adequate fire in the bud stage fill give it. Do
trails and shortage of cash.Bui
• For shallow or deep
wells to 400 feet, only
these the typical problems, are
one moving part and
i t ’s above ground.
A WORD TO THE WISE-
• C o m p lete ly a u to
matic . . . self prim
For quite some time Mr.and hero at all
ing . . . self-adjusting
Mrs. Edward Ten Eyck
have ground limestone now.
to changing water lev
been telling us of the
profit ery one wants limestone after
• Built to provide the
able use of limstone and phos August 15. At that time av
l u i . . - j
F IT A L A C C O U N TS
extra pressure needed
phate fertilizers on their Mar ailability o f spreader
for automatic w ashen
and garden sprinklers.
mot ridge farm east of Sandy and limsetone are limited.Last
ACCOU NI S
One afternoon a short
while year many could
:back we dropped in on
the limestone after August 15, be
*1L- a ' i —rt Ten Eyck’s for a short
visit. cause of this situation.
M EM ORANDA
Sure enough they had growing
When applying limestone to
nr assigned to secure liabilities
red clover New Zealand white stubble fields don’t wait until
other purposes .
clover, grasses and corn.
as the land is disced or plowed if
fire as anyone could wish.Last immeiate delivery is necessary
■us aì . lown above are after deduction of
(summer they grew
12 foot in order to obtain limestone at
'••ell, eared com and had photo all.
graphs to prove it.
T ic Tcn Eycks operate suc-
( -ssful swine and cattle enter
They use their clover
'r pig pasture ami they put up
lots of clover and grass hay fo r
their 40 head o f
beef cattle. "W e raise three
times as much hay
row ” Mrs Ten Eyck told
j ‘And it is better hay too.
are very happy with the
You should have s t i i
’ his old ranch 30 years ago.It’ s
Counvt rcral folks the
Eycks have a modem
But unlike many others, their
; living room has the finest pic
ture window o f Mt Hood
I has been our privclege to en-
1 jo y . Tlc-ir home is equipped
| with modern electrical conven
‘"But” Mrs. Eyck ex-
i pla:ned ‘ We keep the old wood
just in case.” Their do
58 reasons would have rounded things out nicer, we admit. But the extra reason is the most
rr ic water, clear and cold, is
important o f till— you! W e invite you to look over all o f these fast-selling features. But
pumped from an ever floweing
, spring ‘down the hill sways.’1
if y ou ’re like most people we know, y ou ’ll just plain like this new C h ev y — and that’ll be
j A conoerete reservoir
reason enough to want one!
| three htousand gallons for em-
i ergency use-
Other liabilities ...................................................
Yes, right now during our annual
trade-in event, your old pump regard
less of make or condition is worth
real money in trade on a new Jacuzzi.
It’s your once-a-year opportunity to
get vastly improved water service at
a substantial cash saving. So don't
delay. Phone or come in now while
we are making these special trade-in
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are six :;w t-
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And ; m’il find each
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_ i t :
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car his Chi
yill-u ing %lam
Br 9 1 «
tenti panes, polis he J
lacquer finish or
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' ED-NEW SUSPENSION SYSTEMS
it yohT pick — all-new F u ll Coil suspension
. or a n r air rule . *
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