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THE C L A C K A M A S C O U N T Y N E W S . PAGE 8
Estacada, Oregon, Friday, Dec. 26, 1958
[comments to make
it.* Mr. and Mrs. Denzil White and
¡Among the comments are those * children of Fossil, Oregon visited
[from the states of Arizona, Cali -'1 at the Ralph Ahnert home from
¡fornia, Georgia, Indiana, Missou-SjSaturday until Monday morning,
[ri, Nevada, Washington and Vir ' Carl Ahnert, who also lives at
These states enacted,¡Fossil, is home with his parents
(By John J. Inskeep, County* jginia.
Jlaws on October 1, 1958, listing ¿for the holidays.
Mr. and Mrs.
, __ _
5 the plant as a noxious weed and*Walter Ahnert and family of Se-
^ i ^ ^ r i l v ^ ^ l P ^ b i t i n g the
importing orj.tU e will arrive on
The News leads in neighbori.A ft j& C n U t h g
■ws in your area.
without it- Subscribe today.
m M m M liM a M k k M I A M liM k M I lM liM liiiiiM j 4
i l^kamaT 0 Conu ^ Sj^ ty C
for several days visit.
CUT FROM NEWS LIST
All delinquent subscribers have
been terminated as of this week.
,-cl ate several other states banned^
* hey are new.
I hja is true e v e n ^
ass and Kansag took ^
though plants and practice. *»*]<*«,
the first m the na *
good for other
^ “ "'¿M on to close the door to it.
mg article f-om Wilbur W. B r - r . . What about the ^
tort County Extension
s o r -j
^ ° u from planting it bt laws mayg
'«be enacted in Oregon making its*
h a v ? been
T o ^ about
^ ^ 3 Vou
' r- have
,h or no « « law * to
* * stop
* « ■ if]
*forage plant that came « t o viewg
"this past year.
Some of it was 3
*that may exist in Western Oreg *
grown at various spots and at-*
tained a height beyond any other
We WQhuld efncolu-,
forage plant of its ty p e . A few*
neighbors saw it and were im-^ , J no
£ on a
iece o f^
pressed from the standpoint
nQ matter how ^
tonnage that could be h a rv e s t^
when conventional forage
from one acre. The name of this*«
are lanted There u nev,
Sorghum G r a s s y »
f planting weeds
Aand brochures were
circulated: and the action of other
j ¡praising its good qualities. We;
¡indicates that it is just that.”
«looked for some information on
Our further comment is that!
it to indicate that it had been ¡we have enough weeds in these J
at experiment parts now. New plants should ben
¡stations across the country. No] introduced only after favorable}
information came to light and the 1 recommendation by our Expert a
discovery came out at the reason] !fent Stations.
_^why it was not publicized. A re -1
Scent survey of the grass and what*
NOTICE OF BIDS
other states thought of it
what we knew about it brought^
rop olis will
°the following information whioh*celved
at tbe olllce ol tbe City
and®Recorder, City Hall,
»we pass on for your use
«Oregon, up to the hour of 8 P.M.
y “Sorghum grass is also called * 00 the 5th day of February,1959,
2 sorghum aim un, Columbus g ^ S f o r furniaWng oto ( i j 750 G.P
y Sorgo Negro and Sudan Negro.*'1" c *ass . A Triple Combina-g
S it was brought to light in
1943«1100 Purnping Engine with _ 500»
»by a scientilst in Argentina and*«a',on,,booster.
Ssaid to be a cross between John-«and
equipment,all of which»
»son grass and a sorghum. United * 18
»State; growers got their suDDlv*entitled “ INFORMATION AND»
All good wishes to our
£ u th À i l L jsP ^ IF IC A T ÏO N S ON
.ustraiia. It is*APPARATUS
a copy of which»
»New Zealand and Australia.
many patrons. We hope
............................. ™.. grass except*03," bf ,.obtaln«dJ at utho Recordy
»that it is much taller and coarser.geos. ° /flce-.. Blds f ba11 corltaln*
your Christmas will be
»The stems are not sweet and quite * 3.1 information m the specifica-jj
a merry one and in the
Seed closely resemblesâ tlonst andsha11 complyJwlth theS
»Johnson grass and so closely ap.*specifications in regards to any*
years to come you will
»proaches it in size, shape and ap-*31^ ™ 310*- , _ .
»pcarance that identification
is *5 ^ be ^lly ol Estacada reserves»
remember it with great
« the n « ht to Postpone the award-»
» ‘When the so-called merits are*1" « of tbie bid for a reasonable»
»considered, it cannot exceed oth-*tune or to relect any and aU bldsS
»er similar grasses such as Sudan*and to walve minor
"tie s .
i f a n d Johnson grass in yield. The^ _ ui- v j *
•Jqaulity is inferior because of its*
for the first
^coarseness and non-sweet n a t u r e . 1 9 t h , 1958 and
jjlt fails to recover after mowing o r js ^ ^ d for the second time Dec-»
»grazing as rapidly as Sudan. The* [ember 26, 1958.
»grass may have one advantage injf R. R. Cooke, Recorder.
»being perennial and may not win-*
m a r k e t c o o p e r a t iv e l y
gter kill in some areas.
CALL FOR BIDS
»Colorado and Oklahoma have had* * School District No. 108 will ac-»
*!it winter kill which leaves little”
Jcept bids for Gasoline and fuel oil»
>doubt about its chances in Oreg-*requirements for the ensuing year»
son. It probably has the sameSuntil 8:00 P.M. January 14, 1959.»
»prussic acid posoning properties?Sealed hids may be left at rite Es-»
»as Sudan grass
although this»tacada Grade School
»point is not certain at the present*mailed to P. O. Box 518, Estacada,»
» The grass requires warm temp-JPublish Dec .26 and Jan. 2
jeratures to gain the
most in »
This past summer was» Mrs. Cecil Harbert drove to »
»probably ideal or growth since a*Eugene last Thursday to
»wahm climate is required to get»Anne home from U. of 0. for the»
G R E SH A M , OR EGON
»satisfactory permormance of the»holidays.
Judy Grim, who is»
Cooler summers wouldHnow living in Eugene came with»
Phone MOhawk 5-3191 for field service agents
»undoubtedly cause it
to slowPthem and is visiting at the Geo.»
now calling in this area.
»down in growth and possibly fail^Beisell home.
»to perform at all.
» “Other states
»their eyes to it and have a few 5
M ay each gift you give this Christ
mas be m ade with joy and in the
true spirit of the Season. A n d accept
our thanks for your confidence.
Ycur new SPORTSMAN'S CLUB & CAFE
Watch for Our Opening Announcement!
A Veti *t>rry chtl*'«**
Strawberry Acreage Wanted
You Deliver at Currinsville
£ [ih iifc o ô
GRESHAM 8ERRY GROWERS
It's a great joy to wish
you a Merry Yule and to
say "thank you" for your
friendship during 1958!
Best Christmas wishes
to you and yours. And
thanks to all for your
¿Ê k d
confidence this year.
¿ H R 1 STMA:
By th is means w e say "th a n k y o u "
to all o u r cu sto m e rs an d fr-iends. It
has been g o o d to serve you. W e
ho p e you have a joyous C hristm as.
^ <0 .|\\V u »
MILLER CHEVROLET SERVICE
IVoody and Hazel M iller
Fred M cNally
leroy W em
FIRST STATE BANK of MILWAUKIE
Member of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation