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CLACKAMAS COUNTY NEWS, FRIDAY, APglL 19, 1929
Clackamas County News L e g io n n a ir E
G. E. l’AKKS, Editor and Publisher
C. REX PARKS, Advertising Manager
A Little T ru th and a Little H oku m
MRS. J. M. C. MILLER. Sandy News Editor
Published Weekly on Fridays at Estacada-Sandy, Clackamas Co., Oregon
Entered in the postoffice o f Estacada, Oregon, as second class matter
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Friday and Saturday, April 19 and 20—
Hoot Gibson in
“ THE DANGER RIDER”
The first games o f the Legion ju
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nior baseball Will be played Satur
In Clackamas County, one year, $1.50; Outside the county and in the state
day if we can get a little co-opera
of Oregon, one year, $2.00; Outside the state o f Oregon, one year,)
from old Jupe.
$2.50. Foreign, $0.00 per year. Subscriptions are payable in advance.
AGENCIES FOR RELIEF OF FARMER
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Station B U L L signing o ff until '
Here we are next week at half past eight. Send [
your letters o f appreciation in care
[ again, hoping you are the same.
of this station.
HOOVER LOOKS TO CO-OPERATIVE MARKETING
i soring several teams, making three
divisions in the county. The winners
of each section will play for the
county championship anil the right to
play in the state tournament.
The monthly social meeting o f the
post and the Auxiliary was held on
Monday evening, with the usual large
attendance. Wallace Smith, Lloyd
Ewalt and Lester Townsend were
cho n to revamp the constitution
and by-laws o f the organization. The
dues of this post are the lowest of
any post in the state and on recom
mendation o f the department, are to
. . .
He’s here with his fifty wild riding cowboys,. For the very
greatest enjoyment o f a truly western thrill picture, be sure to
see the ace o f ull western stars. Comedy, “ Sand wich and Tea.’’
Also Fourth Episode of
“Tarzan, the M ighty”
KELSO, April 18.— (Special).—
Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Jonsrud had the
pleasure o f entertaining Mr. and Mrs.
George Gunderson Sunday evening.
= Sunday and Monday, April 21 and 22—
The gn at sequel to “ Beat! Geste” —
President Hoover, in his message to Congress this
“ BEAU SABREUR”
Miss Inez Nyman and Mrs. A. C.
week, called for the purpose o f passing legislation for the
With Gary Cooper, Noah Beery and Evelyn Brent. Gripping,
Baumback have been re-elected to
astounding! at one time, and tender is this close-knit absorbing
relief o f the farming industry, in part says:
teach the Kelso school.
story o f life, in the Legion o f the Self-Condemned. Comedy,
“ CAMPUS CUTIES”
“ There should be no fee or tax imposed on the farmer
Mr. and Mrs. Victor Johnson were ! =
at Mrs. Sindall’s Sunday. Mrs. Sin-
and no government agency should engage in the buying
dall’s daughter, from Washington, is
and selling and price fixing o f products for such courses
Wednesday night, only, April 24—
with her while her son, Dave Jarl, is
can lead only to bureaucracy and domination. Govern
“THE VALLEY OF LOST SOULS”
ment funds should not be loaned or facilities duplicated I You who have not come through in San Francisco; on a visit.
A drama o f baffling mystery, featuring Muriel Kingston, Vic
Herbert Huck has had another bad
tor Sutherland, Anne Hamilton and Edward Roseman. Mystery,
where other services o f credit are available at reasonable with the do ra me for this year are
spell and the doctor was called.
action, punch, thrills adventure and romance. Comedy, —
rates. No activities should set in motion that will result
“ BUSTER’S HOME LIFE.”
good standing again, unless you at
in increasing the surplus production, as such will defeat tend to this matter right away.
On the Sta g e—
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any plans o f relief.
RUBE S H A W PRESEN TS AN A LL-CO M E D Y V A U D E V ILLE
Come on, you fellows, think o f the
“ The most progressive movement in all agriculture service the Legion is rendering those
S P E C IA L M USIC F U R N IS H E D S U N D A Y N IG H T B Y T H E
has been the upbuilding of the farmers’ own marketing who are down and out. You may
organizations, which now embrace nearly two million want the same service sometime.
farmers in membership and annually distribute nearly Wouldn’t you feel cheap to ask a
for help that you had not sup
12,500,000,000 worth of farm products. These organiza gang
ported? You may need the Legion
tions have acquired experience in virtually every branch! sometime— the Legion needs you,
§ Admission: Adults, 2-5c; Children under 14, 10c |
o f their industry, and furnish a substantial basis upon NOW!
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which to build further organization.
Bill Graham says there’s a lot of
“ Not all these marketing organizations are the same
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type,” adds the President, “ but the test of them is whethei Scotchmen living on the rural free
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or not they are farmer owned or farmer controlled. In
order to strengthen them and not undermine them, all pro The Legion Auxiliary is getting up
posals for government assistance should originate with a play to be presented sometime in
such organizations and the result o f their application. May. They have already been hold
No matter what one’s business is, there usually
Moreover, by such bases o f organization the government ing rehearsals. R. E. Esson of Sandy
comes a time when financial backing is desir
will be removed from engaging in the business of agri is taking the leading male role, and
are included in the cast. Bob Cooke
The best kind o f financial backing is a good
Mr. Hoover says further that “ the difficulties of agri is directing.
bank account. With this should go a good credit
culture cannot be cured in a day; they cannot all be cured
by legislation; they cannot be cured by the federal g o v Elmer Anderson refused to take
fund by good business methods at the same time
ernment alone. But farmers and their organizations can the role o f the Irish cop in the play. =
is establishing a good credit rating. Thus he is
be assisted to overcome these inequalities. Every effort Guess you can’t blame a Scandina
vian for not wanting to hide his na
o f this character is an experiment, and we shall find from,
our former experiences the way to further advance.”
One is convinced, after reading the message, that Jude Moreland has consented to
W e Invite Your Account
Monologist and Char
Mr. Hoover will insist that legislation will be enacted that I take the part o f the ice man in the
will reasonably insure the stability of the farm industry, play. Still Jude thinks they should
and at the same time precautions taken to prevent the use a Frigidaire and cut down the
disruption of other business. Price fixing would mean cast.
over-production if the prices set were sufficient to insure The social meeting Monday missed
HOLLY GAYM AN
the farmer a profit, and offers no solution to the problem, some of the old faces and Barney Gil-
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according to Mr. Hoover’s idea.
Novelty Musical Act
bride missed the best angel food cake
The general tone o f his message indicates a sincere that was ever baked.
and Comedy Imperson
effort is to be made to “ carry out the mandate of the peo
The post is giving their regular
ple in the recent election” and he makes it very plain that
it will take time, and the co-operation o f the farmers semi-monthly dance at Cogswell hall.
Eagle Creek, next Saturday night.
themselves, as well as federal legislation, to solve the Lloyd Smith’s Red Hot Band is really
RAKE and HOE HANDLES; big assortment
On the Screen:
difficult problem o f farm relief.
red hot, the floor is one o f the best
of new and used tools at all times.
Mr. Hoover is a man o f action. He probably will not in the state, and everyone attending
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Assortment of PAINT; FOUR-HOUR ENAMEL
get along very well with Congressmen who will attempt is guaranteed a wonderful time. The
Buy Here and Save
to delay needed legislation and play the political game. crowds are increasing because this
is becoming one o f the most popular
But the President’s specialty is handling men, and now'
and G L A Z I N G
dances in this part o f the country.
that Congress has been told what to do, the present ses If you like dancing at all, you will
sion is going to be interesting.
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enjoy this one.
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Gilgan’s Furniture Exchange
The lumbering industy has indications of becoming
more active during the next few months than at any time
since the war. Production during the winter has been low j
and stocks of lumber are low, with a good prospect that
more timber will be used this year than at any near pre
vious date. Mills and camps are all swinging into action
and capacity production may be expected for the next
There is 30 per cent, more snow in the mountains this
year than normally, according to Forest Ranger A. W.
Armstrong. Real warm weather for a few days, he says,
would cause extremely high water.
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After listening to the gossip around town for the last
few weeks, we have come to the conclusion that if people
confined their conversation to what they knew there
wouldn’t be half so much talk.
The bird writing this stuff thinks
that if some o f the fellows who don’t
think out loud would put some of
their thoughts in writing the editor
o f this column would have an easy
time. W e’re thinking, however, if
some of those fellows did turn loose
and shoot in some copy, some of us
bums would get a peach o f a panning.
Send in your ideas and forget to
sign your name.
Portland Post No. 1 is asking the
support o f the other posts in Oregon
to help a certain candidate be queen
of the Rose festival. Nice stuff, No.
1, but you want to learn to lend
your co-operation occasionally to the
posts you are now appealing to for
aid. If you think you can go your
own way until such time as you need
help, you better make your plans so
you can pull through without going
to the other posts.
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Passengers on airplanes are now being entertained
by moving picture shows two and three thousand feet in
the air. Evidently the movie is becoming a high form of
Rose City Post No. 35, on the East-
side, also has a candidate for queen,
and certainly is entitled to as much
consideration from Legionnaires out
side the city as No. 1. The writer is
collecting every vote possible for tho
W e don’t know just what effect the Jones law is go
ing to have on the bootleggers, but it’s a safe bet that they
will not put Mr. Jones’ picture on their imitation Scotch
The new $1 bill has the picture of George Washing
ton on it and the $1000 bill bears that o f Chase. It’s a sure
thing that Washington will get the most publicity out o f it.
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Ralph DeShazer has organized a ju
nior baseball team at Dover. L. A.
Franks has one at Currinsville. Bob
Hayden has a gang in Estacada. The
Springwater team has been organized
by Sylvester Lawrence. Jude More
land has a gang in Garfield. The
games will be played on the high
school grounds in Estacada. Watch
for the schedule.
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The fishing season opened Monday and now that the
weather has changed for the better, we can expect to have
to listen to a number o f new “ fish" stories.
G. D. Orr, Cecil O. Duke and R. E.
Esson are expected to have four or
more teams organized in the Sandy
district. Oregon City post is spon-
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