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MARCH , l‘.*41
LAST RITES FOR
VERNON LOVELL WEDS
JULIUS PAULSEN Ramsey Starts
Funeral services for Mrs. Matlida
Ways and Means and Vernon
Lovell, oldest son of Mr
Mrs. Paul Lovell of Currinsville
man Funeral home Thuisday, Febru
CRITICIZING GOV. SPRAGUE FOR PEOPLE OF EAGLE CREEK AREA ary 27 at 10 a.m. Rev. Thos. Duncan GEO. RAMSEY ERECTING NEW
NOT FORMING HOME GUARD FORM CLUB WITH MRS. FORD officiating followed by committment TILE BUILDING ON BROAD-
in the George cemetery.
WAY; OTHER BUSINESS NOTES
AT ONCE IN THIS STATE
Matilda A. Haikenrider daughter of
Frank J. and Mary Harkenrider, early
“Governor Sprague apparently A new organization, the Eagle day pioneers of Clackamas county George Ramsey started construc
does not realize the urgent need for Creek Community club, was formed was born at Currinsvillle July 27 tion this week on the new tile build
the formation of a home guard in on Thursday evening of last week at 1883 and died at Oregon City Febru ing he is putting up on his property
ary 24, 1941 at the age of 57 years adjacent to the Masonic biulding on
Oregon at once,” declared Alfred the Eagle Creek school.
6 months and 27 days.
,, Broadway, Estacada. The building
Kelly, state commander of the Amer
ican Legion in his address before the Mrs. Maude Ford was chosen pres In 1910 she was married to Julius will be occupied exclusively b,y the
Americanization meeting held lust ident of the new organization. Oth Paulsen of the George district where local beauty parlor it is understood;
The new building will be ready for
Friday evening in the auditorium of er officers are, Mrs. Dorothy Lamper, she has since made her home.
in about two months.
the Estacada union high school.
president and Mrs. Robert Stor work of the church and other places occupancy
Declaring that the Governor, while vice
has moved his bar
and things for the good of the com ber shop across the street onto the
a good man and a fine governor had ey, secretary-treasurer.
shown himself to be negligent of his Miss Gibson, Eagle Creek teacher munity and during her long and se property formerly occupied b,y the
duty in not exercising his authority acted as temporary chairman. Prior vere illness was constantly concerned old Sparks hardware building. This
to call for the formation of a home to the business session a fine pro about the welfare of her family and lot is owned by M. E. Hendricks of
guard in Oregon immediately, Com gram was presented including four friends and ever ready to give a help, McMinnville who also owns consid
hand to those in need.
mander Kelly said:
erable other business property in
numbers by pupils of the Carver ing She
is survided by her husband, Estacada.
“You don’t wait to organize a fir« school.
Julius Paulsen and her aged father The room in the Masonit building
department until a fire breaks out.
Neither should we here in Oregon Henry DuBois of Sunnyside and Frank J. Harkenrider of Estacada, formerly occupied by the City Cafe
wait for an emergency to form a J. Westcott of Boring contributed six sisters, Mrs. Anna Paulsen amj has been entirely remodeled and It
Mrs. Ida Paulsen of Portland, Mrs is understood that R. G. Marchbank
state home guard.”,
50 minute program consisting of col Lena
Honegar of Multnomah, Mrs. will soon open a confectionery and
Kelley said that home guards had ored slides of various kinds of birds. Clemie
Richards of Hermiston, Mrs. I lunch room in that location.
been organized in 35 states of the The president,, Mrs. Ford said that’ Josie O’Neel
Wash, Mrs, Possibility of the forest service
union and that it was particularly im the purpose of the club besides social Edith Chandler of of Bucoda,
Estacada and Geo. building
portant that a guard be formed in activities was to promote 4-H work. Harkenrider of Hermiston.
an office, residence for the
Oregon since the entire west coast
forest ranger and other headquarter
of the United States is practically She said that the new club intended
here for the Estacada dIT
to sponsor a 4-11 club scholarship to WORLD TRAVELER CONTINUES buildings
Mt. Hood national for
the summer school at Corvallis this
est is in the offing. Forest officials
“Men should be selected for guard coming
officials have been inquiring about
service at once,” said Kelly, “given
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sites in and near Estacada that might
a physical examination and set to
Speaking to capacity houses H. Di be
suitable building locations.
work studying problems which will NEW GARBAGE DUMP LO-
arise in case we are attacked.”
large logging contractors havo
will start the second week of tht been looking
timber in the Fish
Kelly declared that Americans were CATES NEAR SANDY
Good News B ,!e institute at the new Creek section over
the past week and it is
too much given to seeking physical Construction of a modem garbage Adventist church in Estacada on Sun.
probable that Estacada’s dream of
comforts of life and should give more
near the junction of the Ore day, Each
having a saw mill locate here is much
attention to spiritual growth and mo dump
City highway and the Mt. Hood song service wi.h beautiful illus closer to coming true than is gen
ral building. “A nation that is spir gon
loop road is to begin within a week a trated
itually powerful and physically arm or
at 7:15 o’clock follow erally realized.
two it was revealed last week by ed by songs
ed is unbeatable,” he said.
Borden county santarian. It is sermon at 8. pictures at 7:30 and
“If we are going to maintain our John
latter’s duty to inspect site and Mr. Strever’s subject for Sunday, WEAVER BROS. AND ELVIRY
civilization,” he continued, ‘“and the
of proposed plants of this kind March 9th will be “Armageddon.” AT ESTA THEATRE
hand it down to posterity we must plans
true 20 acre tract Wherein the speaker gives the bibl»
dedicate ourselves to God and coun by Mrs. Lillian of Hansen
from owners prophecy as to when and where this
Good old mountain music in thq
of the property living in California i= great
confict will take place and who real hill-billy style is played by the
In spite of tlie inclement weathez expected to be consummated this
wacky Weavers in “Friendly Nengh-
and numerous other attractions on week.
the same night the meeting drew a The new garbage dump will be the On Tuesday evening,, March 11, bors” the first feature on the big
large crowd and was declared to have fourth in the county the others being subject is “Reminescenses of an An: double bill at the Esta theatre this
been highly successful.
at Oregon City, Canby and Rosemont. cient Eastern Religion.” Having spent Friday and Saturday, March 7 and
Lloyd H. Ewalt served as master Tentative plans include the costruc- J many years in the jungles of India 8. Weaver Bros, and Elviry furni.slj
of ceremonies and Commander Kelly tion of an incinerator with drying 1 Mr. Strever is familiar with the re- high adventure in the high hills as
was introduced by S. E. Lawrence, grates and an electric blower to make I ligions and customs of this mysterious the favorite hill-bill^ family runs
riot in a laugh parked campaign for
commander of Carl Douglas Ameri the new plant compare with Rosemont 1 land.
Thirty-seven members had signed
Thursday, March 13, Mr. Strever clean politics. The second feature is
up for the new tiding club, Rideis
Prior to Commander Kelly's ad this equipment. Mrs. Hansen plan; will speak on “Four Mysterious Hor “Dancing on a Dime.” Youth kicks
of the Cascades, when the charter
the program consisted of sev •> opeiate one truck at the beginning. ses,,” the bible said would appear. its heels and zooms away on a swing
membership rolls were closed at a Supt. Melvin F. Johnston of thé eral selection
by the mgn school band This will pick up an estimated one to Free moving pictures travalogue spree in this great musical show the
meeting held last Sunday at the Fly/
Cross mothers, songs two tons of garbage daily in territory “Babylon to New York” are present stars of which are Grace McDonald
ing T ranch of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Estacada public schools is chairman by the Odd Fellows
quartet and other * overing Sandy, Estacada and Gre- ed with interesting comments by Robert Paige, Virginia Dale and many
Tracy in Viola.
America” was ham.
conference for the annual state
Foreman Richard Wagner suggest conference
No admission is charged and all
“ Santa Fe T ra il"
ed at this meeting that the club mem. dents to be held in Salem on Friday W ade.
are cordially invited to attend.
Errol Flynn and
bers spend a few days around July
Saturday, March 14 and 15 under The program was put on under aus HOFFMEISTER IS NEW
lovely Olivia de Haviland are the
4th with the Indians on Warm Springs and
the joint auspices of the Oregon state
stars of that great historical master-
reservation when they put on theii teachers
“DAD” CAHILL ENTERTAINS
of Oregon and was under the direct HOLSTEIN PRESIDENT
pice “Santa Fe Trail” coming to thq
supervision of the Estacada Dodge Louis Hoffmeister of Boring was AT BACHELOR DINNER
Esta theatre Sunday, Monday and
The regular meeting date of the Wilbur D. Rowe superintendent of with Fremont Hayden as general elected president of the Oregon Hol
March 9, 10 and 11. Here
Riders of the Cascades has been set
stein association for 1941 at the J. W. “Dad” Cahill entertained 60 is a thrilling picture of the heroes
Milwaukie public schools as pre- chairman.
fon the first Sunday of every month. the
groups annual meeting held recently relatives and friends at a bachelor who tamed the devil’s own highway,
ident of the department of superin
However there will be a meeting on tendence
in Portland. Hoffmeister succeeds A, party on Saturday evening of last and called it the Santa Fe Trail. The
Sunday, March 16 at the Ray Tracy association will preside at the confer MRS. MURAL ROBLEY
week. Potluck lunch was served and trail where America’s heroes rode
P. Ireland of Forest Grove.
Fyling T ranch for the purpose of ence. Supt. A. C. Hampton of Astor
evening was spent playing games to glory or fell. Where Stuart and
Other officers elected for the new the
drilling. Pot luck lunch will be ia as vice president and Supt. W. M. Mountain Chapter Cheer club held term
Custer clashed with fiery John
Mr. Cahill is one of the pioneer Brown. Where yesterdays greatest
Campbell of Roseburg is secretary. its regular meeting at the home of Fairview vice president; Al Li.tdow, lesidents
of Eagle Creek.
history makes todays greatest thrill.
Other members of the executive com Mrs. Mural Robley with Mrs. Mary Portland secretary; and the newly
A story of the men of America who
mittee are Supt. E. H. Hedricn of Reed as assistant hostess. After a de named board of directors, S. B. Hall
carved a path thru the wilderness,
Medford, retiring president; Supt. licious dessert lunch the members of Troutdale, Clem Beming of Mt. ELMER ANDERSON IS ON
AN OPEN LETTER TO
then paved it with bullets and lives
A. E. Hirschlerf Baker; Rex. Put busied themselves with hand work Angel, A. J. Evers of Forest Grove, ROAD TO RECOVERY
THE FISH COMMISSION
Program concludes with vitagraph
nam supt. of public instruction and for the club and transacted the reg Randall Grimes of Harrisburg and
cartoon and news.
D. A. Emerson, state department ular business. The April meeting will
Reports from the Good Samaritan
Oregon Fish Commission,
be held with Mrs. Ruby Tunnell at
hospital in Portland state that Elmer
Currinsville with Mr.s Levena Ahneit JUNIOR GARDEN CLUB
BUY TOGGENBERG BUCK
Anderson is steadily imptoving.
Smelt have been successfully plan given on the following subjects: assisting.
ted in rivers in both Oregon and be
Legislation; custodinal administra
Washington and we would suggest tio n and training; high school acs GRANGE WILL SPONSOR
The Estacada junior garden club WORLD PRAYER SERVICE
Merle Loll of Tillamook this state,
that the Clackamas river would be an tivities; vocational education; teacher BASKET SOCIAL
met \VV'dnr;sdaiy afternoon at the DRAWS LARGE CROWD
has purchased a purbred Toggenberg
ideal stream for such a project. The education and training for elemen
buck kid from E. M. Latourette of
home of Mrs. Lester Underwood with
•melt could be planted in the Clack tary schools; use of publications of
amas river just below the River Mill the state department of education; An old time basket social is be? 17 present including two visitors and The auditorium of the Eagle Creek Estacada. The buck is Pacific Prince
dam at Estacada and in practically a handbooks for school officers; criter ing sponsored by the Springwater the nostess.
Presbyterian church wus filled to ca of Memealoose T-3389.
short time the Clckumas river would ia for evaluating elementary schools* giange at their hall Saturday, March The members and visitors went out pacity for the obsei vance of World’s
became as good a smelt producing and coordination of health activities. 15th at 6:30 p.m. Come for supper.
of prayer last Friday afternoon
Ladies bring baskets, men bring their side and studied shrubs and had a de day
stream as the Sandy river.
with viators from Springwater, Es EASTERN STAR WILL
The planting of smelt in the Clack ence will be given by Gov. Charles and other entertainment following lun Next meeting will be held at the tacada and Viola churches.
amas would be of practical benefit A. Sprague and will be followed by cheon. Everybody invited.—Adv.
Special music for the occasion was
home of Mrs. F. E. Dooley on April provided
to a large per cent of the population an address by Rex Putnam superin
by Harold Homer, vocal The Worthy Grand Matron for
of this area and of the state of Ore tendent of public instruction and by
-olo and Mr. Horner and Mrs. Bailey Oregon Order of the Eastern Star,
of Viola in a duet with Mrs. Homer will hold an inspection at the Sandy
committee reports and discussions. SELECTIVE SERVICE OFFICE
We hope you will kindly give the The annual banquet of the associa GETS FURNITURE
Eastern Star chapter on Tuesday cv-
L idie of the local Fellow-hip cir ening, March 11th. Work to be put
matter serious consideiation and se^ tion will be held Friday evening..
cle served coffee and cake following on by both the Estacada and Sandy
fit to act on the project in the near All of thq general meetings of the Selective service headquarters at
conference will be held in the Hearing Estacada this week received another day to see her sick husband.
Officers and members of the locaj
Room of the state capitol. It is an con-ignment of office furniture con
ticipated that approximately 150 su sisting of desks, conference table anrf Deep Creek Dairy.—Morning de Come to the Garfield grange Sat chapter may go to Sandy by bus.
Clackamas County News,
perintendents and principles will b* ¡chairs. The equipment is of metal and livery of cream and milk. Call Carl urday night, March 8th for a good Bus leaves the Masonic building at
7 o'clock p.m.
Rehberg, Tel. 86.61.
is ultra modern.
and Miss Hazel Henthorne, youngest
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Luthei
Henthorne of Estacada were quietly
married at the home of Rev. and Mrs.
Walter Givens at Vancouver,, Wash.,,
Ways and methods of harvesting on Thursday, February 27 this being
hairy vetch seed so as to hold losses the 24th wedding annit ersary of the
by shattering to a minimum will bj brides parents.
discussed at a meeting to be held at The bride and groom were attended
1:30 Wednesday afternoon, March! b.y Miss Maxine Kitching and the
12th in the Oregon City chamber ol grooms brother Howard Lovell. The
coniine:ce rooms according to county bride was very attractive in an aft
temoon dress of tioquoise t'Jue silk
agent J. J. Inskeep.
and the bridesmaid in dusty
E. R. Jackman, crop specialist at crepe
Oregon state college who has made q
study of the vetch harvesting prob After the marriage ceremony wai
lems will be present and assist in con read by Rev. Givens the bride and
groom and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Lovell
ducting the meeting.
immediately for a trip to Her-
All Clackamas county growers o| left
and the rest of the
this important seed crop are invited wedding Oregon
including Mr. and
to attend this meeting and to give the Mrs. Luther party
and son Hen
others present the advantage of their ry, Miss Maxine Kitching
experience which may enable Clack ard Lovell and youngest brother
amas county farmers to increase their old Lovell returned home.
income during the 1941 season.
is a promising young far
Although slugs destroyed a por mer Vernon
and the bride is
tion of the acreage in Clackamas veiy competent home
county a large acreage of hairy vetch a been
yet remains and prospects for a for a number of months. Reagan home
good price are excellent.
young people come from well
In former yeans many growers Both and
highly respected families
have lost over half their crop of known
friends who extend
hairy vetch seed because it shatters best wishes for of
readily in the field.
ous wedded life.
We are glad these young people
PARK FAMILY HAVE ZOO;
have decided to make their home in
“IT’S A LITTLE DEAR”
the Currinsville community.
The Bert Park family has an at
traction at home which everybody THREE FAIL TO PASS;
going by stops to admire. As Irenq MARCH ROOKIES GO SOON
puts it, "We feed Minnie a quart
of milk each day, it’s such a little Three of the 23 young men who
dear. I’m going to take it to school left Estacada last Tuesday from dis
with me when she gets a litle older.” trict No. 2 of Clackamas county to
Minnie is a doe and likes life ii) be inducted into the U. S. army fail,
Estacada real well. It’s so much better ed to pass the grade physically and
than living out in the sticks where have returned home. This will re
someone is liable to take a shot at quire three more to be added to
her. Mr. Park has the permission o the March contingent of twelve mak
the state game commission to keep Ing fifteen in all who will be called
into service toward the end of the
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HAIRY VETCH HARVESTING ME
THODS TO BE DISCUSSED AT
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