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Clackamas County News
DR. H. V. A D I X
Physician an d Surgeon
P hy siotherapy— X-Ray
R adium ,
G resham , O re
T al 5961
Dr. H. A. Schneider
P hone Sandy 151
Sandy, O regon
O. D. E B Y
A tto rn ey at Law
O regon City*:- O regon
S. E WOOSTER
R eal E state, L oan ,, ln tu ra n c a
and R e n ta l,
E itac ad a, O r*.
Dr. Thomas B. Carter
V ete rin ary Surgeon
Phone Gresham 210
Dairy Herd Inspector tor
G resham ,
Cooper & McAllister
T elephone G resham 262
Pow ell Blvd. G resham , O regon
C. DON PLATNER, M. D.
Physician and S urgeon
C lackam as C ounty B ank Bldg.,
Sandy, O regon
O ffice H ours, 2 to 5 P . M.
E ven.ngs, S a tu rd ay and S unday
by A ppointm ent
Phone Sandy 441
Paint & Wallpaper Store
Sign P a in tin g
P ic tu re F ram ing
G resham , O ra.
A g en t for
N o rth w estern M utual F ire Ina.
A etn a F ire Ina. Co.
E stacada, O regon
Tel. E steced e 84-1
S. E. LAWRENCE
L icensed E lectrical C o n trac to r
H OT P O IN T M A JO R
E L E C T R IC A P P L IA N C E S
R t, 2, E steced e, O regon
T al. E stecede 97-3
L. A. CHAPMAN
M O R T 1 C I AN
O reg en
C ells atten d ed D a , o r N ight
T elephone 56-7 end 56-51
DR. C. E. STEWART
C h iro practic P hysician
S pecializing in chronic end n n e -
Toue d isord ers of the S tom eoh
end In testin al T rac t
X-RAY SE R V IC E
Office Hours I 0 a . i n . t o 6 p . m.
G resham O ffice, P hone 25«
63 W . 1st S tre e t, G resham
DR. H. M. KRAMER
Phono E stacad a 3-15
C om pieta X -R ay E q nipm aat
M aaonic Bldg..
E stacada, O ra.
General Carpentry. R«P*irs,
__Plum bing and P ain tin g —-
U ph olstering and F u rn itu r«
Tel. 64-41, E stacada
ing pants that originated and was hot
in Hollywood a few years ago.
Maybe it should be passed. No ono
can sit as judge until he hears both
sides. But the women might stop a
MEADE, Editor and Publisher
little and consider all that such an
Published weekly on Fridays at Estacada, Clackamas County, .Oregon. amendment would mean. It would Mrs. Amy Westlund, Mrs. Theo
Entered in the postoffice at Estacada, Oregon, as second-calss matter. mean the ending of all special legis Moger and Mrs. Rosamond Myers
lation for the protection of women.
The markets of N*w York city
In Clackamas County, one year $l.f.l); outside the county and in the State It would mean that women would be were Portland shoppers Friday..
of Oregon, one year $2.0(1; outside the State of Oregon, one year $2.50; eligible to take on many jobs now Mr. and Mrs. Heib Shepherd and andie 15 yet cent at the nation’s
foieign $3.00 a year. Subscriptions are payable in advance.
considered too physically arduous for daughter Alene and Mr. and Mrs. erishable too*1».
and make no mistake, theie Jess Shepherd were visitors over th»
Rates for advertising made known on application. Advertisers will please them
employers grasping enough week end at the Strean home.
take note that to insure insertion of advertisement in the issue of the to us« be them
and women desperate Oscar Doyle father of Alfred Doyle
current week, advertising copy should reach th> ofiice not later than
Tuesday noon. Assistance cheerfully given in the preparation of copy. enough to accept. Wouldn’t our passed
away in an Oregon City hospi
daughters look cute firing an open- tal Saturday.
After short services
JUST BETWEEN US GIRLS rights for women” amendment to the hearth
furnace in a steel mill.
in Oregon City the
It would seem off-hand and still
Some day we men are going to geS That last business has us really without hearing the other side of the body was shipped to Pierce, Neb.,
in on one of these “just between us stumped. If the news from Britian story that nature has endowed wo for burial. Friends and neighbors ex-
girls” conversations and maybe we’ll had engendered a demand for a con men with enough burdens and pri tend their sincere sympathy to the
find out all the things that have been stitutional rejection of feminine con vileges without their asking for the Doyle family.
puzzling us since our first girl gave scription we could have understood undoubted burdens and extremely Many of the farmers are in the,
us a long good night kiss and then it better. Every time a new figure on douhtful privileges inherent in an
Complete insurance pro
whammed us one across the face for the marriages in the state is released “equal rights” amendment. But then fields these nice warm days.
tection for your automo
being too fresh.
it shows a tremenduous jump from we have not yet been in on one of Mrs. Cora Fitch and Mrs. Myrtii
bile or truck. Get It at a
Maybe we’ll find out why they got the proceeding one and it takes no those "just between us girls” conver. Jagmin weie Portland visitors Tues
all excited and marched in suffrage Dies committee investigation to con sations.
parades and why they went out into nect the Selective Service act with Maybe’ there’s a good, sound, lo Brice Brown visited his daughter
the commercial world instead of wail the upswing. Here are the girls, or gical explanation of this movement* Mrs.
Lala Alder of Camas, Wash.,,
ing for “Mr. Right” to come along, some of them anyway, aiding and We’d certainly like to hear it. But if, last week.
M. L. TRULLINGER
and why they say “no” when they abetting the men in gaining draft ex
agle C reek, O re. .... Tel. 427
mean “yes” and “yes” when they emptions. Then the news comes out to force the manufacture of light Mrs. Frances Eri and Miss Francis
mean “no.”’ And maybe we’ll find about the British conscription of wo weight hand grenades to fit the fern- Novak called at the Jagmin home ou
W M. LO D ER , D ist. M anager,
out just exactly why the recent an men and the girls set up a howl for nine hand, ‘We’re agin” it.”
nouncement of Britian's conscription ‘“equal rights.”
The Butts children have been ab M ilw aukie, 0»<. Tel. 2*5011
of its women for work in industry That shows how little we men know
iron school for some time or,
should bring about a frantic revival about the birls and how imperative An Apple a Day account
of feminine efforts to tadk an “equal it is that one of us get in on the
conversation. Before this if anyone Ahmportay days, atahz-zoonee da-
A ir C leaner Saves W ear
« u r ta INSURANCE exchaìm
had even hinted at a possible con, hmereek.
scription of America’s woman-power No that is not pied line or type, The air cleaner on a Chrysler cat TRUCK INSURANCE
almost any of us would have predic even though it is a line on something serves to take out all dirt and grit ______
ted a protest march on Washington that makes good pie.
that would have made the biggest suf It is about as near as “Importe
GEE! IT'S DE
frage parade look like a select party Des Etats-Unis D’Amerique” can be
of the garden committee of the La spelled for pronunciation in English ST
GUV I STOLE
dies aid. None of us ever doubted the and all of which means “Imported
girl’s willingness and eagerness to from the Uinted States of America.”
help if the nation got in to difficulty Oregon homemakers who have been
but “conscription” has always had doing their bit by serving more gol
j as masculine a tinge as chewing to. den newtown pippin apples during
bacco and long winter underwear. the current Surplus Apple Sale have
Is to always follow’ the doctrines of consistency
Now we’re not so sure about what frequently found their apples wrap
the women want, which leaves us ped in tissues which bear the above
just where Adam stood. We always French phrase.
thot the girls had equal rights in all One of Oregon’s biggest export
the essential things. They can vote crops, newtown pippins have been
(maybe that’s what the suffrage pa wrapped in ^export tissues and ship
CARROLL FUNERAL HOME
rades were about); they can work in ped to France and England until the
DAY AND NIGHT SERVICE
industry; they can even go dig up
The same wrap is used this year
As You Like It
that special legislation has been pas even though there is no export. So
the same apples that delighted Eu
We remember what you like and over-long or over-late hours, but ropeans are available in quantity to
see that you get it. That’s one these laws are for their protection
hard to pronounce French on the
reason why so many people come and sutely they can’t kick about wrapper.
again and again.
gain by an “equal rights” amend Nearly a million dollar apple ex
port insome, vital to Oregon’s agri
ment to the constitution?
culture and thousands dependent
«• W.C VEATCH S
it will he lost due to Europe’s
women will get their amendment if war conditions
unless home consump
We have LIME SULPHUR powder or liquid,
they really want it. They’re a per tion is increased.
Due to abundance this year’s crop
by the gallon or barrel. Also BORDEAUX MIX
m il l w o r k c a b in e t s specialties
habit of returning to the subject is a better value than ever. Renown
STORE FIXTURES-KITCHEN BUILT INS
immediately after we men have thok ed as an all-purpose apple, Oregon's
PHONE 59 76 - GRESHAM .O R E
it’s been dicided one? and for all. newtown pippin is excellent for pie,
And this “equal righV’ thing has cooking, salads and eating out of
Let us help you with your spray problems. We
ci'opped up too often in the past ten hand.
a full stock of spraying needs at all times.
years to be discarded as a parsing Government nutritn nal experts
recommend more tha’ a pound of
apples per person pe week for an
adequate balanced r et. If this ad
o f t e n the best of care to aged and
were followed * ere would be no
Invalids at from $jJ0 a month
apple surplus and indications are
We have seeds of all kinds and our stock is
CLACKAM AS that
Tel. G resham 4374
complete. We have manys lots specially priced foi>
Recent studies reveal apples an
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an excellent source of minerals’ vit large buyers. We make a specialty of seeds in sea
amins and pectin and thereby place
REAL ESTATE a scientific foundation for grandma’s’ son.
belief about “an apple a day.”
Ask us for timbered unimproved
and small tracts including farms,
both nortu and south of Clackamas EXTENSION UNIT HEARS TALK
Agent for Aetna Casualty and
ON WEIGHT CONTROL
river close to good highways.
Capitol Fire Insurance Go.
Leslie M. Walrnd
Acciabnt and Health Insurance
Mrs. Fred Konnecke entertained
ings, ,oichard, running water,
Estacada, Ore. $4500. Terms.
East Second Street
the Firwood extension unit at her
14 acres all cleared, clean nice home February 11.
Miss Irene Leach home demonstra
laying ground, 5-room house, hog
house, bam for 12 cows, 3 horses tion agent gave an interesting talk
2 good wells, orchard, 9 acres first on weight control. All present weie
W. W. SIEMENS
crop strawberries and only $3500. weighed and measured and most of
M usical Supplies
157 acres. 65 cleared close to high them were overweight.
way, 6-room house, bam 40x70
Mrs. Maud Johnson and Mrs. Ger
Film D eveloping
Don’t You Love tL ¿s
poultry house, close to school bus trude Miller prepared the dinner of
cream vegetable soup, raw carrot
streams, 20 acres saw logs, loan salad,
W atch R epairing
cheese sandwiches, baked ap
$3500 can stand as long as inter
est is paid. South slope out of ple sauce and cookies which helped
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wind, good place for stock, grain to demonstrate the lesson.
Sure you do, but don’t let it fool you.
An invitation to attend the Sandy
prepared with warm clothing against the
2614 acres, 18 cultivated, good Women’s club meeting on Thursday, East Be
soil on patement, 18 miles center March 6 at 2 p.m. was accepted.
of city, water piped from spring Some of the members may attend the
We are able to give you one day Service, equiv*
to buildings, S-room house, gar
age, wood shed, bam for 5 cows, Home interest confidence at Cor alent with good work.
DR. L. W. GRIFFITH
young stock, hay, hog house, poul vallis.
A complete optical service try
house, stocked and equipped
Those present besides the hostess
A TRIAL WILL CONVINCE YOU
$4500. Let us know what you can were
Mrs. A. R. Bartseh, Mrs. Otto
Motjel, and children, Mrs. Lester
Broken lenses duplicated
Keenan, Mrs. Roy Mason, Mrs. Ber
Eyeglass frames repaired while
Krebs and son, Mrs. John Fox,
9 acres nice timber on Badger tha
Mrs. Bartha Jones, Mrs. Gertrude
Miller, Mrs. Maude Johnson,, Mrs.
W e invite co m p an io n of service,
CLEANERS AND DYERS
Walter Dodson, Mrs. Howard Elia-
q u ality and price
NEAR MT. HOOD LOOP son, Mrs. Giles Palmer, Mrs. Sylvia
We do our own grinding
Telephone or Leave Bundles at
Mrs. Jane Bollinger, Mrs. Wm.
Timber with stream at $15 to Calen,
Quick, Mrs. Peggy Neuhouse, Mrs.
$20 per acre.
LOFTON’S BARBER SHOP, ESTACADA
O ffice on Pow ell Blvd, opposite
Olson, Mrs. Willard Bosholm, j
G resham T h eater
BARKER’S DRUG STORE, SANDY
Mrs. Leo McCabe, Mrs. Fred Decker,
Tel. G resham 217, or
P o rtlan d B E A . 297«
Malar, Mrs. Ralph Keltner and Miss
Spraytime is Here
Stock lip for Seeding Time