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About Estacada's Clackamas County news. (Estacada, Or.) 1957-1976 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 29, 1958)
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This Person & That
By C. T. E.
Quite a number of women in
this community are rasinig a few
hatchings of chickens this fall.
One of them recently concluded
to do it, called up a poultry ex-
pert and asked: “ I have a flock swing in
of hens and 1 want to know if I some time.
No word broke the
put a rooster in with them how stillness until she said:
long would it be before I get fer- pose you
tile eggs?’’ “ Just a minute” re- would you do?” He threw out
plied the expert as he
reached his chest in all the
tor a phamplet giving the infor- young manhood and replied,“ I’d
very travel.’’ He felt her warm hand
much" said the woman and hung slide into his. When he looked
up the telephone.
¡up she was gone.
In his hand
I was a nickle.
This happened right in the re-1
Estacada. I Here is one for financial ex-
They had been sitting
in the |>ort or prehaps the girls in the
bank might take a day off and
solve it for you:
Deposited $50 in the bank, then
COVER CROP SEED
Rye1 Gray Oafs * Common Vetch
HviL y Vetch * Australian Peas
Clover * Pasture t&x
Rec? Clover * Competitively Prked
R i m i EQUIPMENT
5-Foot Grain Drill - $3 psr day
5-Fcoi Fertiliser Spreader - $3 per dny
10-Fsol Fertilizer Soreadar - $5 per day
CALL FOR RESERVATIONS
ON THI5 FQU1PMENT
("Formerly Farmers Gas & Supply")
609 N E. 8sh
| for potatoes, not tomatoes,
Met Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Duus
and Mrs. Louise
their way to a double wedding.
Come to think about it when the
bride and bridegroom are
same in two weddings how can
we call it a double one
, 5. Have firm seed beds
'1 HE CLACKAMAS COUNTY NEWS
ti. Seed in stubble or with some t ‘age 3
Estacada, Oregon, Friday, Aug. 29, 1958
7. Mulch or manure in the fall
U iM iU m u iitiÀ ilU iiÀ A U Ü U iA U U iiM a iïï
8. Don't overgraze in the fall.
To this we might add on areas
where heaving is likely, do not
The great end of education is to di. •
graze at all in the fall.
cipline rather than to furnish the mind;
1959 I.KGISLA IT ItE MAY
to train it to die use of its own powers,
MAKE CHANGES IN OREGON 1
rather than fill it with the accumula
The 1959 legislature may
asked to make some amendments
tions of others.
to the Oregon law establishing ◄
(By John J. Inskeep, County grades and standards for
eggs. < i
— Tryon Edwards
This developed recently
Tent caterpillars have appear- the egg law advisory committee ◄
ed in limited numbers this year, to t-ie .-late department of agri-
but as one of our callers suggest- culture approved several propo- •<
ed “ Maybe they are building up sc(l amendments,
for a heavy infestation in 1959.”
The advisory committee is ap- < Phone MOliawk 5 3794
This year's infestation is pretty pointed by the Oregon Poultry **1
It seems that hardly anybody general over Clackamas County. Council and will take their rec-
s Day and Night Service - A Loen. I Institution n
can pronounce IRAQ.
"Better we got rid of all
we onrmendations to this group Tor i
vas in a large city reveals that can this year” cur caller suggest- approval,
only one in thirty could do
A . Ù A A A A t A A A A à A u A A X A A A Â A l A Â & 4 A A A A Z Z A A A 4 A A A 4 . A A J k ik
c l, “ or we may be headed
fo>. One o f the major changes
Here in Estacada IRAQ has been
gested is more liberal tolerances.
put on the black list
He also suggested the possibil- which means movement toward
wrecking crew of the Clackamas
lty of using
Fire Department thc fedeial egg standards
County News. If it continues to equipment to reach the higher thc tolerances recently adopted
attract attention they will have webs. A call to the Oregon City by th- state of Washington
to get some more qs in order to department nixed this idea. “ We
Th„ proposals also include a
print next week’s edition
need every bit of equipment on requiiement that producers sell-
qs cost money.
hand every minute
the chief ¡ng eggs of their promises should
said, 'Besides we
only have a state permit. Such a per
It was one of those hot sultry three regulars and they must be
nights a month or so ago and a right on the job. ’
wholesalers and jobbers.
few fellows were hanging ar-
So we took another step—call
Producers --elling graded
ound the lodge hall waiting for ed a commercial spray
enough brethern to show up to Said the manager, “ Caterpillars ungraded eggs to the holder of
make a quorum so
a meeting are really not too bad this year an egg dealer’s
could be held,
some essential but it might be a good Idea
to not themselves be required
bills allowed and then everybo- kill off the breeding stock.
Of have a permit. Neither would a
dv could go home or jump Into course, we cannot afford to mo\• • permit po r(’(luirod for mi !"
the Clackamas River. Finally one our heavy spray rig, capable m con^ mers
<’f • previously j
of them for diversion
got up reaching ‘webs in the taller tre.s, ? , e<1 an<l Sraded as required
cr. jgh energy tc ask: “ Any of for one small job. But if neigh- b>. .
The price lag on the per-^
you rem em ber----------who
mlt ‘ s ls Placed
placeil at at $5.
to own the
place? He was vide a half day run I
Tinder the proposed
a tight wad whe never contribui- glad to do the work. There will
the ease fee in existence
ed a penny to anything. During be a small minimum charge
for *or a number of years would be
continued. The committee also
drive for blind owls or some- each stop.”
tiling wc went out to his
Commercial outfits charge vn proposed administrative author -
and asked him to eoine thru. He the basis of the number of gall- tty be given to director of
i-ed and we shouted at him oris of spray used. If you want culture to set fees within certain
You can't take it to go it alone, here are two sug- levels For small sales, thc com-
mittee suggested repoits should
ith you!" And he yelled back: ''estions:
be required on an annua! basis,
If 1 can’t take it with
me, J t. Ignore the caterpillars
2. Spray v ith one of the follow rather than semi-annual as now.
ing preparations being sure
Another new proposal will be
Many friends are calling
on wet the leaves surroundiny the to give authority to the depart
ment to audit any egg' dealer's
irnev Schoenburg at the Sandy webs.
Barney is coming -MATERIAL DDT, DDD (RHO- books and records to determine
METHOXYCHLOh, whetehor the proper case
't of it in good shape and will THANE, )
MALA- are being paid.
probably live to he a
hundred. LEAD ARSENATE.
Mr. and Mrs. Oral Stormer come THION.
Some changes in the egg label
of ing requirements, including ex
nee a week and bring the Clack- Amount to ll 1 per 1 Gallon
amas County News and
emptions on marking cartons are
2 tablespoons, of DDT. 2 <ablo- proposed.
ood reading matter.
s noons each o DDD and Meth-
A final suggestion of the com
2 1-2 tablespoons of
He’-o is the masterpiece of the oxychlor,
mittee would make” it
Come and bring your friends!
'-eek. It is entitled ‘Dad’
and lead arsenate and 4 tabtesnoons for any producer or egg dealer
the author is unknown
ice a grade and size label
His name ain’t on no tablets, In
ade and 1 »■ h scl oo
Good news foe
no park his statue stands,
Ml his life ho grubbed for w ag-. ,' f‘rr>’ grower. in the Oregon Ci-
T ry a News
es you i.an tell it by his hands. ty area. Oregon City schools will
Tiie things he’ll
leave behind l<t out a week earlier next y ear.'C osts little and
SAI T.Y MODE, Operator - Phone CR 9-6196
him wouldn’t load a sardine That means (^xtra pickers in the Phoneor bring your ad. to th
an. but I’d surely like to thank b rry fields when most needed. - News office
him for just bein’ my old man.
.'nrl here is another item from
E. R. Jackman which
O * C i.
‘ I ncle Jim’ tells this one.Now
-omc useful information.
that you have his name many of
Jackson is thc Range Crops Spec
; ou will know who he is.
ialist, Oregon State College.
'ttle neice asked him to sit very
“ Keep Frost
ill while she drew his picture.
Me obeyed and after a painful
The article was written by
interlude the little girl ceased
Vermont man. but loss from hea
Ira ring and .- id: "I don’t like
ving is rather common in West -1
ft isn’t like you. Ill pu* a
You've enjoyed the air-conditioned
ern Oregon and in shallow soils
tail on it and cull it a dog.” The
comfort of modern buildings, stores,
ihat get rather wet in the spring
. ’lildren in this family call a boy
in the mountainous areas of case-;
and banks. . .Why not have it in your
"i the neighborhood “ Jimmy Sit
ern Oregon. Some of thc sugges- '
own home? Individual room units or
Down" because thats what
lions for avoiding heaving o f ai- j
teacher called him in school.
complete home systems are available
at surprisingly low costs. See your
Today’s chuckle will make you 1. Keep legumes
appliance or heating dealer.
“ Sacks are designed drained soils.
2. Seed grass with the legumes
3. Keep winter rain off the area,
PORTLAND GEN ER A L
either by underground drainage
ELEC TR IC C O M P A N Y
or by top drainage.
4. Do not plant in the
' clay soil.
i HE WAYSIDE
5 imeni! limile
FUR DOUGLAS FIR,
HEMLOCK and WHITE FIR CONES.
For information, Contact
A. G. Griiba, Publishers7 Paper Co.
Estacada , C Restwood 9-4151
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Price of One
o You Need
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Estacada Grade School and Estacada Union High School
for the new school year of 1958-59.
As you go through this school year, our banking
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we can accomodate you. Those of you who have not been
our customers, come in and get acquainted.
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