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THE C LAC K AM AS C O U N TY NEWS
Estacada, Oregon, Friday, Nov. 28, 1958
IA 'M B E R T R A D IN G A T S N A IL
Quarter-inch A R grade F ir ply- T h e N ew s leads in neighbor
D ont be
PACE L A S T W E E K wood is wobbling on its $76 perch news jn your area.
week and some sales have gone below w jthout it- Subscribe today.
slowed to a snail's pace accora- that level.
Unsanded D F PA —
ing to Crow’s
Lumber Market stamped stock (sheating- is seil-
N'ews Service. This was partially m g in the $96-$98 range.
due to the severe, unusually ear-
ly storms in parts o f
tion’s mid-section; but is also is S T A T E SEED LEAG UE P L A N S
normal fo r buying
activity to C O N VE N TIO N IN DECEMBER
move at a reduced pace in N ov
Ways to open new markets for
grass and legume seed industry
Dealers in many states where
w ill receive top billing at the an
there is an inventory tax do not |
nual meeting of the Oregon Seed
want too much lumber on hand
Growers League, December 8 to
before the end of the year, but
■ 10, at Multnomah hotel, Portland.
are showing a little interest now j Possible markets for
in shipments to arrive after Jan.l. |
1 seeds in the Far East w ill be re-
Mills, on the other hand, are not
t ported by members o f a survey
eager to accept this
team that visited that area earlier
shipment business except at in-
this year, said Rex Warren, Ore-1
! creased prices.
farm crops specialist and secre
green F ir dimension has held its
tary of the league.
price level in the U S. but low er
Giving the report w ill be Hu
figures have been heard
bert W illioughby,
British Columbia. U tility grade j
| seed grower; Stanley Cellers of
| dimension is weak, and boards
j Lnchanan-Cellers Grain company,
have found hardly any demand,in
M cMinnville; and Warren.
Seed growing and seed needs
N o increased strength has been
in South and Central
shown in Ponderosa Pine
w ill be reported by
D. D. Hill,
mon boards, but mills
head of the OSC farm crops de-
pushing them on the market.
Paul Slominski, DMT
D E N T IS T
9 to 5 Mon. thru Sat.
M A S O N IC B l.D O .
Dr. L. W . Griffith
A Com plete O ptical S ervice
Eyes Exam ined
Broken Lenses D uplicated
Glasses F itted
Eyeglass Fram es R epaired
W h ile Y o u W a it
V e in vite Com parison o f
lervice. Q u ality and P ric e
W e do our ow n grin din g
V IS IO N O P T IC A L CO.
(J resham, O regon
O llic e on P o w e ll Blvd.
T elep h on e M O 5-3813
Howard L. Smith
R eal Estate
A g e n t fo r B ad ger M utual Sc
National F ire Ins.Com panles
172 S. E. F ou rth St.
O ffic e P h on e
C R. 9-3854
A T H A N K S G I V I N G DOLLAR SALE!
Just One Dollar buys a Savings Account at the Estacada
Branch of The First State Bank of Milwaukie and the
SHOES for the
opportunity to start building your financial security by
regular and systematic savings .. 3 percent on three-year
deposit certificates . . 2 percent on all savings.
See Our New Account Department Today!
O U R E ST A C A D A B R A N C H A N D STAFF EXTEND
W ISH ES FOR A SAFE A N H A P P Y T H A N K S G IV IN G !
F irst state
BANKo r m i *
Earn 2^ per cent on all savings
3 per cent on three year
H ill recently re
turned from an
through the South American area
Seed promotion activities that
can be carried on in these and
other areas w ill be among the
main topics at this year’s
league meeting, Warren stated.
Other program features include
a discussion o f use
seeds on federal lands, by L. R.
j Nadeau, U. S. bureau
o f land
management, Portland; B ill Cur
U. S. forest service, Port
land; and E. R. Jackman,
extension farm crops specialist.
Tom deArmond, Woodbum farm
BUSTER BROWN SHOE ST0R|
er, and Stanley Flagg o f Northrup
HAIN at EIGHT!
King Seed company, Albany, will
examine ways to coordinate seed
grower and dealer activities.
N ew seed crops, ways to
the most clean seed from a crop,
seed quality and certification,and
storage methods to improve seed
that will be covered by talks at
; the meeting.
The regular annual meeting of
t he Northwest Chewings
Creeping Red Fescue association
w ill be held the night of Decern- |
ber 9. The league w ill hold its
annual banquet December 9.
Warren said all persons inter- I
ested in the seed industry in Or
egon are welcome to attend the
All deposits insured to $10,000 by
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
TO P TV— The Dinah Shore Chevy Show — Sunday— N BC-TV and the Pat Boone Chevy Showroom — weekly on ABC-TV.
When entering an unmarked
intersection, always look first to
the le ft and then to the right be
fore proceeding through the Na-
| tional Safety Cuncil suggests.The
law requires you to yield to the
car on the right, but a car
j > our left would cross your patn
first and be the more immediate
OREGON SHIPS LESS
PRODUCE IN SEPT. 1958
Only 2795 carlots o f
from inspection centers through //
out the state in September, the
state department o f agriculture
reports. This is down nearly 16
Res. Phone CR 9-6510
percent from the number of cars
shipped in September 1957.
Off. Phone CR 9-6527
V/. L. (.lost, federal-;, tate sup
ervisor, t.,id most of the shrink
age was in fresh pear line.From
cars of fresh pears were shipped
from Oregon as compared with
1919 during the same period in
Total shipments in the
quarter o f the
year (July through September)
from Hood R iver are only about
D I A M O N D r i j i g S*
one-third o f last year’ss total for
the same period.
Close said an unusually high
amount o f platform inspections
G R O K E TT JEW E LR Y
fo r canneries were made during
September including 2.2 million
pounds o f pears at Hood River
and 19.8 million pounds o f pears
and 808,000 pounds of prunes at
WORK W ANTED
Onions shipped during Septem
Framing - Finishing
ber from Malheur county are of
the finest quality and sire ship
ped from that area in
long Ph. Ectacada CR 9-6540
time, Close said.
THIS IS THE SHE FOR WAGONS 1 1959 CHEVY
Chevrolet'» five stunning
neiv station tcagons for '59
are s h a p e d to t h e n e ir
American taste tritli fresh.
fine Slimline desifin. And
they're beautifully practical
— icitlt ro o m ier, t/uieter
bodies by Fisher, an fiv n
smoother ride, neu ease of
Wagons were never more beautiful or
dutiful. From low-set headlights to
wing-shaped tailgate, these ’59 Chev-
rolets are as sweet looking as anything
on wheels. They’re just about the
handiest things on wheels, too—from
their overhead-curving windshield to
their longer, wider load platform.
Besides additional cargo space, you
also get added seating room (4 inches
more in front, over 3 inches in back}.
And you’ll find such other practical
advantages as new easy-ratio steer
ing, Safety Plate Glass all around,
bigger, safer brakes, smoother-than-
ever Full Coil suspension and a roll-
down rear window (electrically oper
ated as standard equipment on the
9-passenger Kingswood). Your dealer’s
waiting now with all the details on
why this year—more than ever—
Chevy’s the one for wagons.
S C E P T IC T A N K S C L E A N E D
It takes a lot more than a mag
24 hour Service
netic personalty to
Phone Prospect 5-5346
coming your way.
P O R THE
F A M IL Y
RED G O O S E
Queen For a D ay F u n *
For Particular Men Sc Buys
A g e n t fo r L o y a lty G rou p Sc
F ran k lin N ation al G roup
Insurance Com panies
Phose C R. 9-3371
DR. L IO N E L B U R T O N
O S T E O P A T H IC
P H Y S IC I A N A N D
DR.CHESTER RASM USSEN
ESTACAD A, OREGON
Office Phone CR 9-3250
I f no answer CR 9-4152
Hours: 8 A.M. to 6 P.M.
Monday through Saturday
H. C. S A N D E R S
B ookkeeping - A ccou n tin g
Contractors L o g g ers M ills
S C H M ID T IN S . B L D G .
E STA C A D A , OREGON
Oregan, Piano Voice. Classic
Church, Modern.Learn to play
the organ, the new
method, children or adults.
L O L I T A
O L E S O N
Member o f the O. M. T. A.
Asso. Home Studio,Rt. 2, box
308, Oregon City.
E. o f Redland Store.
A. D. Benshoof
Plumbing and Heating..
General Sheet Metal
Phone Sandy M U 7-3831
IZ Z Y ’S A U T O W R E C K IN G
Phone Damascus 2317. Address
Rt 3 box 311 Boring. O regon at
Barton. W e buy and sail all
and scrap automobile pens,
tires, old and refitting», angle
Irons etc. W e buy junk, any
For grow ing feet
J O H N C. RO B E R T!.
Miller Chevrolet Service
O B S T E T R IC S &
G YNECO LO GY
R yn n in g D ru g Bldg-
Phon e C R 9— 3265
I f N 0 A n sw er
C all C R 9— 4152
CONCRETE BLO C K S
for A ll shapes 8x8x10 "Lite'’
Blocks sold at our plant
Only 33c each
Gladstone Block Co
W A N T E D : To buy all kinds
82nd at Clackamas Bridge
o f livestock. Harold Server.
Gladstone. Ph. Ore. City 430« Estacada phone C R -3748
GRACE W ALKER
now—see the wider selection of models at your local authorized Chevrolet dealer’s!
George S. Hara, M.D
BUD" m i R S
Re our finest for a pleasure test
P H Y S IC IA N & S U R G E O N
R yn n in g D ru g Bldg-
P hone C R 9— 326?
I f N o A n sw er
C all C R 9— 4152
E S T A C A D A JEW ELER
For W atch R ep a ir
Open 9 to 5 D a lly
■facinj back Mat and automatic rear window
Allyn M. Price, M.D.
S A M ’S SH O E R E P A IR
Doing Business A t Home
Evenings and Saturdays
W ork while you wait
B y Appointment Only
S. End of Shafford Ave.
Phone CR 9-3979
W A N T E D T O B U Y : Cash for
Livestock. Top Portland price
C a ll
Paul Shaver CR 9-8112
S a t or Sun. or w rit« Rt. 2, box
SH O E STORE
Oregon City 193. Estacada
BULL AND BOAR
SE R V IC E
10 Registered Bulls Delivered
Anyw here - Anytim e
P R A N K LEITH ETSER
Route 2, box 470. Sandy
Call M U 7-4780
P O R T H E B E ST D E A L
— a N E W P L Y M O U T H er
C H R Y S L E R ,ee or call
H ARO LD B O Y A N O V SK Y
R R S S R L ’S, Gresham M O
5-2148 o f Portland A L 1-1828
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