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' tired array officer.
present but mcch still needs to be
known on effects of temperature
and moisture content on storage
Mrs. Nellie Currin
TREE SEED QUALITY
life; on problems of handling and
Mr. and Mrs Noonan are enjoy EMPHASIZED IN DSC
la c k a m a s c o u n t y n ew s
shipping; and on best containers
ing a visit from their son Barney TESTING, RESEARCH
L i . J. ANDERSON
Editor and Publish .1
for seed storage.
Noonan who drove
Tree seed certification and mar
Published weekly on Fridays at Estacada, Clackamas County,
The OSC laboratory
evening after keting standards similar to those
O regon. Enter« I in the postoftice at Estacada, Oregon, as sec-
testing about as many tree seeds
s >, a*‘ • s;,, 1 »script. n rates in Clackamas County one
each year as any labortory in the
year $3.00: outside the County and in the State of
Oregon one broken ankle and they will enjoy ed for the future in forestó1 by an counrty. Testing involves checks
year >4.00; outside the State of Oregon,
one year $4.50:
or purity, germination, moisture
Dinner guests at the home of
Until 70 years ago, little atten-
scriptions payable in advance.
j rontent, filled seed and seed wt.
; tion had been paid to
Dr. Te May Ching is in charge
Mrs. Margar*' Rosa Mr. and Mrs. Henry Heiple and dards of quality of forest seeds, c f seed research.
She and M. C.
Curro m lie . .
Mrs. Nellie Currln Mrs. Nellie Currin. Mr. and Mrs Mrs. Louisa Jensen of the
.................. IT 3 . Ray Gordi 1 Jiggs Pederson were unable
to seed laboratory points out. Today, Parker, who earlier worked at the
laboratory, developed a rapid seed
Mrs. Lafaye Fouls come as they were entertaining j forest seed testing and
quality ¡viability test using hydrogen per
........................................................... Mrs. Phyllis Fitch friends from Parkdale
It is now csed to chedk
..................................... ........................... Mrs. Joe Weiderhold
Mrs. Neva Day is still
germination of some doniferoua
Springwatcr ................................................................ Mrs. Anne Justice hospital but feeling pretty good new developments in forestry.
The value of tree seeds annual
j tree seeds.
ly in the Northwest
Mrs. Jensen is dhairman of na
Mrs. Sarah SandeM is out from j around $1.000.000 because of in
tional and regional
her daughter creased seed plantings by air.This
¡working on establishment of test
' v « l 'u n it . i
ing standards for tree seeds and
on seed quality.
on uniform testing procedures.Un-
Research on storage
U $ K I P ir Arr r ,
- j O <• KICKMUNDS
i Il feeling too good of late went to a ¡ seeds is also being emphasized by Hke agricultural seeds,
test has been found to date that
OhACt W A I A I V ► . V i x i rr,
Portland hospital Monday for
a forest reseasch workers because a can be used alone for tree seeds.
8U1KIN$ Hut' »U r*
H irJ G^OS£
t> ! i-n
good seed crop comes about only
G I M S
I Mrs. Emma
Douglas had as every four to seven years in the
JON*4 C ROSfftT*—f<* M > Hace witó r *y
1 week end guests her cousin, J. H. Northwest for several important
Doty and his son from
Denver, kinds o trees.
Last good seed
7*h ind Main
The News leads In neighbor
G reçut* C ity
Mr. Doty is here to ear in the Northwest was in 1956. news in your area.
î E U g f e 'S i æ g .
j collect material for a family his
Tree seeds are generally stored without it- Subscribe today.
tory he is compiling. He is a re- at below freezing temperatures at
Patronize your locai 'News' job printer
HtWEiTS SHOE STORE
THE CLACKAMAS COUNTY NEWS
Estacada Oregon,Friday, March 6, 1959
Lumber Prices Climb !
The green Fir market, which
exploded like a rocket last week,
has gone into orbit and is
Lumber Market News
Mills are keeping
small in expectation of further
increases and wholesalers find It
difficult to buy
The East and Midwest are noi
buying in volume yet but there
is enough business.from other ar
eas to more than absorb limited
production, Crow’s said.
Kiln-dried Fir, while not en
joying the same surge as green
stock, is in a good position trom
an onler and price
Utility grade is
green and dry, while
has shown surprising strength.
Prices have moved up on lum
ber for water shipment, and could
difficulty in buying
shipment earlier than April.
The Pine region
took o ff last week and are on a
rising trend.Shop grade is scarce,
moudnig grade moves well, while
No. 3 common boards are
No.2 common is
what improved, as is No. 4.
Plywood remains firm,
sanded and rough, and mills have
all the orders they can handle.
MURPHY TO ADDRESS
FARM EOAN MEETING
George T. Murphy of Portland,
who has been associated
years with agriculture and coop
erative activities, will be
speaker at the annual meeting ox
the Farmers National Farm Loan
Association Thursday nite, Mar.12
at the West Linn Inn. A dinner
will preceed the meeting.
TO F I N D A N D
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Underwood P ortable..............................................$55.00
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