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C lackam as
23 Men in New
NEW FOREST RANGER
TAKES OVER HERE
county - N ew s
U . v RY 21, 1941
PETITION TO BE PRE
SENTED FEB. 27TH
All Set for
A delegation from Estacada head
Roy L. Weeman, the new forest
ed by Mayor S. E. Wooster and also
ranger for the Estacada district of
representatives from Molalla, Wood-
the Mt. Hood national forest tool;
COMMUNITY MEETINGS WILL BE
ESTACADA’S DRAFT BOARD AN over his new duties this week.
TWO HOUR PROGRAM PLANNED WORLD DAY OF PRAYER SER- burn, Elwood, Eagle Creek,, and other
HELD THRUOUT COUNTY TO
Mr. Weeman has moved his family
VICE TO BE HELD FEB. 28TH pooints along the Foothills highway,
NOUNCES 23 MEN WHO WILL
AT ESTACADA UNION HIGH
will appear before the Oregon state
to Estacada and they are located in
ENTER ARMT SOON
AUDITORIUM FEB. 28TH
AT EAGLE CREEK CHURCH
highway commission in Portland next
the Labarre house.
Thursday, February 27, at 2 p.m. to
The new ranger comes from Cas
A series o f community meeting}
Preparations are going forward present a petition containing hun
The 23 young men selected for cade Locks.
All is in readiness for the huge
be held thruout the county be
army service from district No. 2 of
patriotic or Americanization prog well for the World Day of Prayei)
pletion o f the Foothills highway.
ginning February 21 to discuss re
EAGLE CREEK GETS
Clackamas county will leave the draft
ram to be given on the evening o f
This meeting will be held in the sults and findings of the recent agri
church on Friday, February 28th at
hoard headquarters in Estacada at
Friday, February 28th at the Esta
1 :30 p.m. Though sponsored by the Public Service building in Portland cultural economic outlook conference
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Whisler o f Ea cada union high school auditorium,
10:15 Tuesday morning, February 25.'
women’s missionary groups of the and all persons interested are urged held in Oregon City. Many facts con-
The first six named below are vol gle Creek are the parents of a baby commencing promptly at 8 p.m.
district a distinctive feature of the | to be present.
com ing agricultural outlook for the
daughter born on Monday o f this
Sponsored by the I. O. O. F. gram} year’s observance will be the partici-1
unteers and any other volunteers be,
COUNTY GRADE TOURNAMENT coming few years and their relatiory
week. The new arrival who tipped the
fore February 25 will replace those scales at 8 Vt pounds has been named lodge o f Oregon under the direct
OPENED FEB. 18TH
to the present international situation
supervision of the Estacada subordi Sanders o f Eagle Creek will preside
on the bottom o f the list.
were discussed and recommendations
at the organ. Mr. Harold Horner of
Tuesday, February 18th the athle
nate lodge with Fremont Hayden as
Elmer Lewis White, Molalla; Wil
Springwater will conduct the congre
liam Harris Miller, Milwaukie; Paul GRADE SCHOOL TEAMS
chairman this big Ameikanization gational singing and render a solos tic play offs for the boys and girls
The agricultural adjustment admin
o f Clackamas county began. The glrlr
Lewis Gillen, Clackamas; Francis Jul
program is expected to draw a crowd “ The Lord’s Prayer.” Mr. Horner and
istration will sponsor these meetings
volley ball tournament is being held
ius Bennett, Sandy; Darrell Ross Har
and will include a discussion o f the
Last week the A and B boys has o f nearly a thousand peopie.
mon, Molalla; Lloyd Raymond Dwy
ketball teams o f the grade school
No admission will be charged. Ev “ Though Your Sins be Scarlet.” Spe ketball games were played at Jen 1941 farm program and its relation
er, Estacada; Marcel Younger, Col
played two games each, winning both ery organization in the community- cial bus service to Eagle Creek can nings Lodge. Games were played both to the agricultural conference. A mo
ton; Lewis Senner, Boring; Vemoi
of them in each division. Thursday including both the Estacada high and be arranged if enough people wish to afternoon and evening on Tuesday, tion picture entitled “ The Plow that
Aldon Hubbard, Clackamas; Cfecil
use it. Communicate at once with February 18th. Games will be play Broke the Plains” will be shown at
night Colton grade school played th(,
grade schools will participate in the
Barnett Northrup, Clackamas; Wil
each o f the meetings. The schedule
B boys on the local floor. Final score event which will be the laigest affair Miss Anna Dillon. Tel. 125.
ed on -Friday,, February 21st,
liam Merrill Jones,, Boring; Waltei
was 28 to 9 with Don Eshleman get
Tuesday, February 25 and the finals
o f its kind ever held in the Estacada
Emanuel Freauff, Boring; Alvin Ches
ting high point honors with 15.
Oregon City senior high school au
NEIGHBORS OF WOODCRAFT
on Friday, February 28. Girls finals
ter Golder, rt. 3, Portland; Henr:
The feature game o f the evening
Friday, February 21 at
HOLD ANNUAL ELECTION
Bennett, Sandy; Alvin Lake Ward, rt
Kelly Main Speaker
found the A boys defeating the Col
The schedule for Fridays games, 1:30 p.m.
2, Gresham; Andrew Lawrence Pen
The principal event on the program
ton Boy Scout team composed ot
At a meeting of members o f the both boys and girls is as follows; at
Warner grange hall near Canby,
ne, rt. 2, Woodhurn; Derondo Ver-
first and second string Colton high will be an address by Commander Neighbois o f Woodcraft at the Jacob Gladstone, .Friday, Februaiy 21, Sun Monday, Feb. 24 at 1 :30 p.m.
dell, Scotts Mills; Albert Wetzel, Mil
school players by a score o f 29 to 18. Kelly of the American Legion. Kelly Moss home the following officers set A girls vs. winneis of the Con-
Molalla high school auditorium,
waukie; Chester Paul Snyder, Col
Freeman o f Colton was high point who is one o f the outstanding orators were elected for the year 1941 .
cord-Molalla game at 7 p.m.; Wil Tuesday, Feb. 25 1:30 p.m..
ton; Lawrence Alfred Pankner, Bor
player with 12 points. Closely fo l
Carrie Marshall, guardian neigh lamette A vs. Stafford A girls at 8
ing; Henry Calvin Rodgers, Molalla.
Damascus grange hall at Boring^
lowing this was Don Tucker with 11 inspiring message which everyone bor; Maude Ford, past guardian neigh p.m.; Estacada A girls vs. Clacka
Thursday Feb. 27 1:30 p.m.
and Junior Beard with 10 both of
bor; Augusta Sagner, advisor; Frank mas A girls at 9 p.m.; and the winner
Estacada union high school audi-;
Lloyd H. Ewalt will be master o j Marshall, banker; Emery Ford, clerk; o f the Jennings Lodge-Oak Grove
BAKERY SPECIAL FOR
Friday afternoon the grade school ceremonies and music will be furnish Margaret Moss, magician; Lulu Sny game vs. the winrer o f the Sandy* torium, Wednesday February 26 at
journeyed to Sandy for games and ed by the Estacada union high school der, attendant; Mattie Cahill, captain Gladstone garie at 10 p.m.
These meetings are o f vital impor
returned victorious. Scores were as band.
of the guard; Frank Marshall, musi
At Jennings Lodge the boys play
George Washington cake, a bright follows: The girls defeated Sandy
Music and song numbers will be cian; Jacob Moss and Robert Snyder, as follows: Feb. 21, Wilsonville- tance to all agricultural families of
yellow cherry layer cake decorated girls in volleyball by scores o f 15-1 rendered by clubs and organization» sentinels; Ruth Keeth, Rhoe Syron
Stafford winner vs. Battin-Colton Clackamas county. Everyone is en
with marachino cherries resembling q and 15-6. Our B boys won a close in communities adjacei. to Hstucada. and Ida Belle Norris, managers;
winner at 3 p.m.; Bolton-Oak Grovq couraged to attend the one nearest
cherry log for 50c. Also decorated game 15-13 and the A boys had nq
Madge Smith, flag bearer; Dr. W. W B winner vs. Battin B at 4 p.m.; their community.
log rolls and cherty pies at 25c each, trouble at all to score 25 points to
Molalla B vs. Clackamas B at 5 p.m.;
DOROTHY LAMOUR AT
We will have those famous hot cross Sandy’s 8.
Estacada B vs. Concord B at 6 p.m.) FARM FORESTRY PROJECT
THE ESTA THEATRE
buns at 25c a dozen starting next
Sunset B vs. Jennings Lodge-Sandy STARTED IN CLACKAMAS CO.
GENE AUTRY INVITED;
Saturday. Ask our driver. Gresham
The great emontional masterpiece
winner at 7 p.m.; the winner o f thq
Beautiful, exotic Dorothy Lamour BILL GRAHAM SINGS
“ The Letter” starring Bette Davis
Sandv-Clackamas A teams plays the
Cooperators in the Pacific north*
will be at the Esta theatre Sunday, o f sarong fame will be starred in
winner o f the Molalla-EsTaeada A west’s first farm forestry project
The newly formed riding club, Ri
Monday and Tuesday, February 23, the first feature o f the big double bill
teams at 8 p.m.; Gladstone A vs. Con with headquarters at Oregon City
G. S. SMITH FAMILY BACK
24 and 25. Also Weaver Bros, and at the Esta theatre to s Friday and ders o f the Cascades, at their last cord A at 9 p.m.; and Sunset A play*
were reported today by project repre
FROM MEXICO CITY
Elviry in “ Grand Old Opry,” a com Saturday, February 21 and 22. Doro meeting held at the Flying T ranch the winner o f the Jennings Lodge-
sentatives to be tosmg no time in de
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edy o f the first order. Program con thy will be the feature attraction of of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Tracy in Viola Willamette game at 10 p.m.
veloping plans for handling their tim
last Sunday voted to extend a spe
George S. Smith manager and own cludes with news.— Adv.
The committee in charge o f this ber as a “ crop” and for putting bet
Over Burma” in which she appears cial invitation to Gene Autry, Am
er o f Park Bonnylure at Eagle Creek
tournament is Dave Schindler, prin ter eronsion-control land use prac
I with Robert Preston and Preston Fos- erica’s No. 1 cowboy and western
and his family lecently returned
cipal o f the Concord school, Fred A. tices to work on their farms g
\ ter. Here is the thrill picture of the movie star to join their club.
home.from a trip to Mexico City. Mr.
Teats o f Estacada school and Edwin ally.
| year with Bob Preston and Pres-
Formal organization o f the new
Smith, said he witnessed several bull
Newton o f Sunset school. Admission1
The 220,000 acre
fights while in Mexico. All report
club was effected with 22 members to either Gladstone or Jennings Lodge;
fo ie s t l-r r
beasts o f the jungle, forgetting their signing the membership roll.
a most enjoyable trip.
to see thege games will be 10c for
Mr. Smith and family are coming
Nineteen cases against punchboard
out to Park Bonnylure week ends and operators of punch boards and slot- their mad desire to have this woman o f the membership enjoyed drilling
are now engaged in making furthe: machines in the Sandy district weri; praise their might. Among the many for nearly an hour.
ANNOUNCEMENT FOR BULLETIh
Foreman Richard Wagner presid
improvements on the famous local brot before Justice Hall Tuesday and thrills o f this typhoon action picture
FOR NAT, CHRISTIAN MISSION
is the man-crushing jungle log jam,, ed at the business meeting and Ro-
pleas o f guilty were entered in all
Dorothy Lamour’s battle with a dead seanne Meade acted as tyler protem
Twenty-five o f the best known
ly hooded cobra and the duel be in the absence o f Mrs. Ray Tracy
RIDERS OF THE CASCADES
Uniform fines o f $10 and costs tween the killer with the gun and who is in the hospital recovering Christian leaders of the nation and
the world will make more than 40Q
Judge Hall stated were assessed foi the blind man with the whip. The se- from an appendicitis operation.
Song composed by William Gra each device admittedly operated by ond feature on this program stars , An enjoyable feature o f the after appearance in Portland when the
ham of Viola, sh eiiff of the riding the following: Robert LaGourge 1 Dick Powell and Ellen Drew in the noon’s program was the singing of National Christian Mission visits si
slot machhine and 1 punchboard; Al •riotous comedy “ Christmas in July.” a proposed new club sung by "Sher. Portland Sunday. Fet nary 23 to
State and federal agencies are hi
club, Riders o f the Cascades.
io« J. Scales, 3 punchboards; Rose A picture in which Santa drops $25,- iff” Bill Graham. Sheriff Bill accom Sunday, March 2nd.
ing them in the undertaking tha,
I’m tired o f the noise of the city,
Seminars, W-omen’’s Christian Life takes in approximately one-fifth o f
I” m tired o f its struggle and strife, M. Moody, 3 slot machines; Doris M. 000 in their laps and promotes a love 1 panied himself on the guitar and
Haohler 2 slot machines and 1 punch affair. Then he tries to grab back his song composed by himself, entit Forum an average o f m arly 75 pe» the land area o f Clackamas county,
I’m wishing today I could just go
board; Jessie Nelson 2 slot machines the dough and break their hearts. A led “ Riders o f the Cascades” was gi cial talks each day at nearly every that part east o f Oregon City and
To a quiet, peaceful life.
considerable type of meeting thruout south o f the Clackamas river to the
I'm tired of dodging autos and trol and 2 punchboards; Alan D. Henry picture with more surprises than San ven enthusiastic applause.
the city, noonday meetings at the Marion county line. Here there is a
2 slot machines. Because he was un ta packs gifts A picture from Pres
It was voted to keep the mem
Mayfair theatre, and radio addresses concentration o f farms having both
I’m tired o f the clatter and din.
ton Sturges who produced the “ Great bership rolls open for charter mem
will be climaxed each day with an crop land and substantial timber ac
ed with two slot machine counts will McGinty.”
I’m tired o f its lyrics and follies,
bers until the next business meeting
evening mass meeting at Portland’s reage, mostly second growth Doug
enter plea next Tuesday.
I’m tired o f its vices and sin.
which will be held at the Ray Tracy
las fir with some alder, cedar, maple
Flying T ranch on Sunday, March 2.
The National Christian Mission is
Another double bill will be fea
and cottonwood. Wayne B. Read o f
VALENTINE DINNER FOR
recognized as the largest special re
tured at the Esta theatre Sunday,
Give me my saddle,
the soi| conservation service project
HIGH SCHOOL FOLKS
ligious effort of the generation. The
Monday and Tuesday, February 23, TOP HOP CONTRACT
Give me my horse.
forester, is located in the office oil
Members o f the high school facul 24 and 25. The first feature stars S 32 CENTS A POUND
We’ll follow the dim trail,
county agent J. J. Inskeep.
at the auditorium Sunday evening,
ty and members o f their families Bette Davis in her best all-time pro-
To the sparkling river’s source.
Joseph Wagner on Beavercreek was
Hop buyers are losing no time in Februaiy 23 and closes with an audi
were delightfully entertained at a the Esta in “ The Letter.” It is a pic
While the mighty war is raging,
cooperator No. 1 in the project and
contracting the 1941 Clackamas torium meeting Sunday afternoon,
progressive dinner Thursday night, ture based on W. ¡Somerset Maugh-
In lands across the sea,
-ounty crop and last week 11 moic March 2nd. Dr. E. Stanley Jones has already planted some trees where
In the peaceful Cascade mountains, by Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Foster, Mr. an’s most brilliant stage drama orig
•ontracts totalling 175,000 pounds world’s best known Christian mis the land is better suited to timber
and Mrs. Walter Smith and Mr. and, inally presented on Broadway with
That’s the place for me.
than anything else. He says the farm
were filed with the county clerk.
sionary will head the distinguished
Mrs. Champ Vaughan. At each place Katherine Cornell in the starring roll.
forestry plan will help him in several
3214 cents was paid team of missioners.
I f war should come to this country. a valentine setting greeted the din It is the story o f a woman who mur
ers. The last repast was served at ders for love and the consequences
With its bombs, its shot and shell
The second cooperator V. A. Baker
Frank and Louise SANDY WINS FROM ESTACADA
Vaughan’s after which games weri she suffers even though the. law ac
Cities would ctumble and perish,
near Canby commented similarly:
played for some time.
quits her. A searching drama direct
Destroyed with the curses o f hell.
“ Five years from now I’ll have a pay
Sandy and Estacada teams o f the ing proposition here with the help of
No bombs shall crash thru our house
ed with delicacy and restiaint by Wil
lavey Hop c o ’ poration Big Nine basketball league made up
this farm forestry plan. I will get
Order a special George Washington liam Wyler and brilliantly acted by
infracted with Arthu their long-awaited flu-suspended bai-
No planes can follow our trail.
help in handling the grass to best ad
cake from our driver. Also decorated
|uam for 15,000 pound kethall gam* Saturday when the Pio
On the dim narrow path thru the log rolls and cherry pies for Wash cast. It has been selected by Red
vantage and will get information or
and the other contracts neers edged out Estacada in an over
what timber to cut for best returns
ington’s birthday at 25 cents each. Book Magazine as the best picture
filed By S. S. Steiner Inc., Nev time period 37-35.
The mightiest motors will fail.
o f the month.
now and in the future.”
at 25 cents the sellers being a
Sandy walked o ff with the junior
Weaver Brothers and Elviry will Tllowsl:
The child:en may play there in safety
be the second feature on thi-• bill ep-^
W. IP. Nichol son, rt. 1, Molalla,
WILL INSPECT MT. HOOD
With cub, kitten and fawn
Courtesy is love in trifles and
pearing in the riotous com dy “ Grant
5,0Qp pounds; Drexel White rt. 2.
Lulled to rest with shadows o f ev
is not, tho its
Old Opry.” Here is one o f the most Woodburn, 20.000 pounds; Ronald
counterfeits may abound courtesy it
laughable pictures ever put on the 7. Pomeroy Mt. Angel 6,000; G.C
To awake with song birds at dawn.
self is not.—George Jackson.
Bridgea in the Mt. Hood national silver screen. It will keep you row
I wish to express my heartfelt
"omeroy, Mt. Angel 40,,000 pounds'
Far away from the noise and battle, forest are due for inspection soon
ing from start to finish. Weaver Bro W. J. Miley, rt. 2, Aurora,, 12,000) thanks for the assistance and sympa
Out o f reach o f the howitzer’s shells, by Ed Siberly engineer from the re
thers and Elviry are at their be-t in Robt. A.I Armstrong rt. 2, Anrora thy of friends and neighbors at the
When the heart speaks, however
Concealed in the heart o f the moun gional office o f the U. S. forest ser
this picture where they portray the 10.000 nprinds; Trost Bros, rt, 2. Au death o f my beloved father and for simple the words, its language is al
vice in Portland it was announced hard singing hill billies in a grand pic
rora 12.p 0 0 and L. Rinehart & Son, the beautiful floral oofferings.
ways acceptable to those who have
With the secrete o f nature it tells. last week.
ture. Program concludes with news. rt. 2, Canby 20,000 ounds.
hearts.—Mary Baker Eddy.