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Called in Draft
FRIDAY, APRIL 4, 1941
LAWRENCE GETS BIG
ARMY AIRPORT JOB
Wisconsin Corn £
Said to be Best
S. E. Lawrence local electrical con
The following men will be induct
tractor will leave this week for Pen
ed into the United States army from
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dleton where he will put in the elec
WISCONSIN HYBRID 355 ANQ
Clackamas county local board No. 2
HE LD SATU RDAY tric distribution system and street
FIVE MORE MEN TO BE INDUCT. at Estacada on Friday, April 4th as
SMALL EARLY DENT BEST IN
FOR MRS. DORA BENSO N OLD
HOOD NATIONAL FOREST HAS
ED FROM DRAFT BOARD AT replacements for rejections made in
in that city. The airport at Pendleton
former quotas. Donald Leroy Stearns
R E S ID E N T O F EAGLE CRE EK covers 650 acres. Mr. Lawrence said
620 MILES OF TRAILS
ESTACADA ON APRIL 10TH
of Clackamas, Claire Fluke of Molal
this job would take three weeks. ,
la and Donald Arthur Kitting of Bor
Of the many com varieties used in
Mr. Lawrence has just completed
Funeral services for Mrs. Dora
Five more men will be inducted ing.
Six hundred and twenty miles of
installing the electrical distribution demonstration plantings in Clacka
into the United States army from the
system, street lighting and fire alarm mas county during the past four years
phone lines are in the Estacada dis- ^ uneral Home Wednesday, April 2nd
Clackamas county draft boaid at Es FIRST LEAGUE BALL
for the U. S. Army at Vancouver.
Wisconsin hybrid 355 and the small
trict of the Mt. Hood national for-
2 P-ra- Rev- St,ever officiating,
tacada as of Thursday April 10th GAME HERE TODAY
Edwin Gerber another local man is early Eureka dent from South Da
it was announced today.
also working on the airport at Pern kota are the most consistent high
The first league baseball game of ed by lookout men stationed at strat- ter cemetery at Eagle Creek.
The five men are Michil Lucas of
yielders and are recommended where
Dora S. Vance was born in Neb- dleton doing road work.
Portland, Sammie Charles Pender- the season will he played at Estacada egic points by others who build and
growers have not saved from a favor
gras of Molalla, Werner Hermon
ed local variety.
superintend the numerous forest ‘" arc*1 2^> ^ c a m e to Oregon GENE AUTRY AT T H E
Krebs of Portland, Earl Wendel Da.
in 1893 and was united in marriage ESTA T H E A T R E
Wisconsid hybrid 355 will be hand
vis of Milwaukie and Kenneth Algol Sandy Pioneers.
camps thruout the area.
to G. W. Benson n 1895 locating la
led by several of the larger seed hous
The game is called for 2 p.m. and
Carlson of Oregon City.
Headquarters for the Estacada dis.
es in Clackamas county. Part of this
Two alternates are Clarence Her» a large crowd of local fans is ex trict is in the Masonic building at ter in Eagle Creek.
America’s all time cowboy star
seed was grown in Oregon and part
Mrs. Benson was a faithful mem
be. I Hahn of Canby and Kenneth Jo pected to attend.
Gene Autry, will be starred with Smi
Estacada witn district ranger Roy
in Wisconsin and Minnesota. Tests
ber of the Seventh Day Adventist
seph Peters of Clackamas.
ley Burnette and Mary Lee in the
Weeman in charge.
church ever ready to give a reason
show that seed from these states is
GINGHAM CLUB HAS
Operations during the summer for the hope that was within her and
equal to local seed of the same vir-
months are conducted from the Oalt a testimony for the Christ she served, the Esta theatre this Friday and Sat- iety. Many of the other hybrids are
M. C. Glover of Eagle Creek ha;
lesigr.ed as a member of the draft
The Gingham club met on Friday
entirely too late to be satisfactory
a loving wife and mother and a loyal
a Rainbow.” The picture has a colorj
board at Estacada and at time of at the home of Mrs. Margie Moss
Owing to the anticipated early friend, loved by all who knew her.
but Wisconsin 855 is earlier than
ful background of a show boat and
going to press no new member hat and enjoyed a delightful dessert lun summer fire hazard season as the re
Surviving relatives are her hus
most local varieties and is recom
been appointed to take his place. The cheon. The members are all busy sult of the light, dry winter fire band, G. W. Benson, one son, A. F. Gene Autry brings you a whole boat mended for both grains and ensilage.
two remaining members of the draft these days doing their part for Red guards are already working in this Benson of Eagle Creek, two brother*;
Eureka dent is a small yellow dent
laughs and new thrills. The second
board here are F. C. Bartholomew Cross and keeping up their supply district.
Geo. S. Vance of Medford, and John
developed by Dr. A. H. Hume of the
and S. E. Lawrence.
of emboridered tea towels to fill th»
Last season thousands of people vi E. Vance of Seattle and two grand
jcjrie Weaver in »‘Michael Shane, South Dakota experiment station for
many orders being received at home sited the Estacada district and it is daughters.
Private Detective.” Nolan acts the producing under dry weather con
7 PAIR OF TWIN LAMBS AT
and abroad, those abroad being sou anticipated the coming summer will
of Shane, wise cracking, rough ditions. This variety produces short
P. R. RUSSELL RANCH
thern California. One order will be witness a big increase in travel by PARTY HO NORS MR. AND MRS.
new sleuth created by stalks and small ears and Is used suc
mailed to New York state as soon as auto, hoise and on foot thru this
C L E S T E R AT E A G L E C R E E K
top notch writer. The cessfully by Arthur Brochert of Nee.
P. R. R ssell said this week tha completed. A half hour of fun was great scenic area.
thriller with many dy and Otto Lucht of Molalla for hojj
he had seven pair of twin lambs ou' spent with games, prizes being aw
ging down. The ears are usually ma
Friends of Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Cles
of eight ew ts at his lanch in Currins- arded to Addie Kingston and Louisf H. D. S T R E V E R CON TIN U E S
ture enough so that the hogs may be
ter gathered at their home on Satur
“ Stra w be rry Blonde”
ville. Mr. Russell bought the ewes Marqquardt with the president Ethel
turned in during the last week of
HIS L E C T U R E S H E R E
day evening to bid them farewell
at the Portland stockyards some time Osborne also winning a “top” prize.
James Cagney and Olivia de Havil- August.
preceeding their departure for Alaska. land will be starred at the Esta on
ago und all but one had twin lambs.
Eureka dent is not only the earliest
H. D. Strever continues his lec-
DOROTHY JOHNSON ON
Five hundred and pinochle were Sunday, Monday and Tuesday, April
successfi’l variety but is also one of
turres at the new Adventist church in played and at midnight refreshments 6, 7 and 8 in "Strawberry Blonde.”
OSC HONOR ROLL
EASTER SUNDAY IS
the best from the production stand
Estacada and next Sunday, April 6th were served.
APRIL THE 13TH
The “Strawberry Blonde- harks back point. It may be faulted for exces
Dorothy Johnson daughter of Mr will speak on the mirror God has gi
Piesent were Mr. and Mrs. Roy to the good old days when “The Band sive lodging.
Growers should not
and Mrs. Douglas Johnson formerly of ven man and how He is particular Douglas, Mr. and Mrs. Neil Linn, Mr
played on” was the hit tune am]
Easter Sunday this year will be on
Estacada but now of Port Orford was men should use it. On Tuesday even- and Mrs. L. J. Kimball, Mr. and Mrs. ‘“Twenty-three Skidoo’ was the latest confuse Eureka dent with Eureka si
Sunday, April 13th. Stores in this
one of forty students out of 4000 tq ing April 8 Mr. Strever will speak Burton Cahill> Mr and Mrs virgil thing in slang. The performances are lage corn which produces tall corn
teriitory are now displaying the tra make the honor roll at Oregon state
but few if any ears when planted
on ‘"Two Great Lights and which Elills, Mrs. Periy Cahill and daughter, all top notch and Cagney screens his here. Eureka dent seed is produced
ditional bunnies,, rabbits, chicks ant!
college it was announced last week. one Cnrist extinguished. The aub- Portland, J. W. Cahill,, Mr. and Mrs.
biggest hit to date in a very differ locally and may be secured from
Easter eggs. They are also offering
Miss Johnson is a graduate of the ject for Thursday, April 10 will be Wm. Castile, and children, Mr. am]
ent role from the hard, tough wise several local growers and from some
gift suggestions and snappy spring-
Estacada union high school.
God’s Answer to Evolution.” $5000 Mrs. F. M. Wood, and children, Mr. cracking character he has portrayed
wearing apparel for the “Easter Pa
of the seed houses.
for the missing text.
Jnd Mrs. Carl Cla.k and son, Mr. and in the past. All in all it is one of the
Incidentally good ears double the
SPRING ROUND-UP SET
Services begin .at 7:15 with a song Mrs. George Baker and daughter, Mr. most delightful comedies of the sea
feed value of the silage and may ac
FOR MAY 10TH
service conducted by Singing Evange and Mrs. Glen Collins and children, son. Concluding the program is the
count for forty percent of the tota'
list Bergh. Special music each even George Collins, Mr. and Mrs. Daq colorful feature “Wacky Wild Life”
The annual spring round up of the ing. Free moving pictures are shown Woods, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Benson Joseph Reichman’s orchestra and Me green weight when cut for the silo.
Ensilage without ears has low feed
Riders1’ of the Cascades will be held at 7 :30 followed by the lecture at 8. and granddaughter, Mr. and Mrs. Ro
in Redland grange hall at Redland on
bert Storey and children, Mr. am]
“ Untam ed”
Saturday evening, May 10
The days of late April and early
Mrs. Goodrich, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer
P. T. A. NOTES
Wednesday and May are cool in Clackamas county,
This popular western dance w il1
Fred Vincent Beiser, 22 and his feature western costumes and wes
Davis, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Long- Thursday, April 9 and 10 Ray Mil- neveitheless early planted corn con
wife Emily Gladys 17 o f the Sandy tern music. Tickets may be secured
The next meeting of the PTA wil)
. 1 land. Patricia Morison and Akim Ta- sistently produces higher yields than
. . . . . .
district charged with laiceny from a at the Clackamas County News of be held Tuesday, April 8th at 2 p.m. well and son of
1 miroff will be starred in “Untamed..” plantings after the tenth of May. The
dwelling were arraigned before Judge fice.
in the grade school auditorium. A
This is a mighty technicolor drama earlier com is planted the more im-
A traveling bag was presented to of the north woods employing for it$ portant it is to treat the seed with
Latourette Thursday morning and
health program featuring the pro
both waived indictment by the grant»
school clinic with a guest speakei
background the impressive grandeui organic mercury prior to planting.
No Liniment Needed
juiy and entered pleas of guilty.
> of the moutnains and forest of North
has been arranged and all pre school gift.
Many growers produce highe«
After hearing the evidence present
The party was arranged by Mrs. Canadian Rockies. It is an exciting yields with two stalks to the hill than
We rode some bikes and some poor mothers aie urged to be present or
ed by District Attorney Mulvey and
contact Mrs. Retha Kiggins or Mrs. Call Clark, Mrs. L. J. Kimball and and completely entertaining triangle with heavier seeding but in no case
three character witnesses the court
Mrs. Glen Collins.
drama in its motion picture version is more than three stalks per hill re.
Altho’ this had been done for years Rehberg.
withdrew the plea of Mrs. Beiser an
of Sinclair Lewis’ intriguing “Man commended. Landplaster is a good
Thot we had organized a club ,
dismissed the charge. Beiser was then
trap.” In “Untamed”” a raging bJiz fertilizer for corn and ammonium
attended and the following program
And needed liniment to rub.
allowed to plead guilty to a misde.
zard of unprecedented violence and phosphate used in the fertilizer .box
was greatly enjoyed:
meanor and was sentenced to serve Their fears have only come to naugh)
weird beauty storms across the screen gets the young com off to a ¿ood
Address by Miss Ester Ansel, girl
three months in the county jail being For those who think that we had
This phenomenon as caught by the nia start.
scout leader for the northwest.
given credit for the time he has been
gic cameras of movledom outranks
Skit by the Girl Scouts.
In preparing the soil the practice
To stay at home on sunny days,
held since March 4.
all other exciting natural furies the
Tap Dance number, “'Sidewalks of
Victim of a sudden heart attack cinema center has thus far produced of discing the barnyard fertilizer into
The two admitted breaking into And from our dirty windows gaze.
New York,” Carol Lynch and Mar Coop P. Boyer, 45, or route 1, Bea
the soil is recommended over plow
and robbing the Harry Kersting homq We hunted trails some had forgot,
Program concludes with th* comedj
ing. The disc mixes the fertilizer un
vercreek dropped dead at the gov
between Gresham and Sandy and car^ And after we had hiked a lot,
“Wating for Baby.”
iformly with the soil. The earlier the
Tap Dance number “Down the Ohio” ernment reforestration project near
rying awry most of the personal pro We started down the long hiway,
land is plowed the better.
Donna Jean Saling, Marilyn Un the North Fork guard station east oi
perty all with the exception of in And met some road-hogs every day.
derwood, LcRoy Kiggins, Patricia- Estacada on Wednesday of this week. JUDGE AND MRS. TROUPE
Many growers prevent damage
electric toaster and flashlight having
While biking may be quite a joke
Saling, Clifton Underwood.
Mr. Boyer was stricken a few min
China pheasants by scattering
GIVEN HOUSE WARMING
Two juveniles had also beet» implri Our only *Fil-er-up’s’ a coke.
a little extra seed com around the
Tap Dance number “ Parade o f the ates after starting work according
field. They find that the birds feed
cated in the robbery one of then Then homeward bound we wend oui
Wooden Soldiers” Donna Lee Os to his fellow workmen. He had gone
There was an old fashioned house on this com and leave the young
being sent to the stale training school
borne, Bevei ly Kitching, Joan Cy :o work on the project Tuesday. H*
is survived by his widow, Emma and warming at the new home of Judge planted com alone.
and the other paroled to his parents* So our kids can have their play.
rus, Dixie Russell.
and Mrs. C. O. Troupe Monday night
Character witnesses for Mrs. Bei And we must tell A. Nonny Muss,
Silver tea for the girl scouts with five children.
and to make the evening unusually
ser were G. D. O it principal o f the There’s more like eight than three, the girl scouts acting as hostesses.
man Funeral home from where fun enjoyable the women brot along cake
Sandy union high school, W. J. Bettis
o f us.
eral services will be held Saturday and sandwiches. Those present werij
a farmer of the Dodge ditrict and And tho‘ we go a lot it seems,
the mainstays and associates of the
at 2 o’clock.
Rev. H. O. Taylor of Gresham. Al j They’Ve never yet had Pork and
HENRY C. HEIPLE IS
Judge in the 4-C’c in the days when
testified the woman had a good re-1
GRAND JURY FOREMAN
that organization was quite active in
putation but none were well acquain-1
A Nonny Mrs.
GARDEN CL UB M E E T S APR. 7
the community. They were Mr. and
"Cross My Heart” a delightful
ted with Beiser who came from th e , p g _
W ITH MRS. WOODS.
Mrs. Frank Shelton, Mr. and Mrs. three-art comedy will be presented
middle west about three years ago
If liniment we ever need
Emery Kingston, Mr. and Mrs. Jake by membets of the Junior class of
The Beisers were married last De
We’ll borrow some from Mr. Meade; grand jury of five women and two
Another interesting meeting is plan Moss, the Marquard family and Mr. the Estacada union high school in the
cember by Rev. Taylor.
For thrills may come most any wayi men which was named by Judge Al ned for members of thhe Garden club and Mrs. Arlie Troupe.
high school auditorium this evening,
Theodore Beiser 18, h"other of
On a stately steed,
fred P. Dobson visiting from the cir at their next meeting April 7 at the
April 4th at 8 o’clock.
Fred is also implicated in the rob
Or with fools at play.
cuit court in Portland in the Clack home of Mrs. Rose Woods.
The play is said to be one of the
bery and will bo given a hearing
Mrs. Lena Granum went to Port
amas county courtroom in Oregon
Mis. Doris Smith will tell of birdt land last week end to remain for a most thrilling, romantic comedies
200 PEOPLE ATTEND
ever attempted by a cast of local
and their aid to our gardens and Mi*
grand jury are Max Kligel of Kelso Mae Eaton has the interesting sub few days with relatives.
high school students.
Gene Autry will be at the Eat.
Emma Curts of West Linn, Marita ject of Wild Flowers in Oregon.
Orchestra selections and special
theatre this Friday and Saturday i
Approximately 200 people attend Norman o f Redland, E. L. Moore of
Mr. and Mrs. Homer Sarver visit vocal numbers will be presented be
For roll call please answer with
one of the best pictures “Riding Oi ed the visitation of the Eastern Star ■Oregon City,, B. H. (Pete) Schroe-
ed the latter’s mother Mrs. Mary tween acts to add to the enjoyment
a Rainbow.” Second feature on thr of Estacada, Gresham, Troutdale and der of Oak Grove :.:.J Jay Westcott the common and botanical name of
any wild flower. The judging will be Hannah last Thursday. Elmer Han of the program.
double bill stars Lloyd Nolan an Sandy on Wednesday evening at the of Damascus.
conduucted by Mis. Fasel and Mrs. nah and daughter Louise also of Port
Marjorie Weaver in “ Michael Shane Estaaada Masonic temple. A most etv
The grand ju iy went into session
land were visitors at the Hannah
A truly great joyable program had been prepared W’ednesday morning to consider two Birdie Gilgan will have charge ol
NEW TOW NSEND CLUB FORMED
for ]Jie occasion which was followed criminal cases, namely a morals
ed by refreshments. Two grand o f charge against Edward M. Erickson»
An effort is being made to start
Mrs. Harry Osborne and mothez
Bob Snyder was brot home from a
Mrs. Tom Morton and daughter o i ficers, Mrs. Fay Ambrose associate Park Place and a larceny by bailee
new Townsend club in Estacada
Eugene were visitors at the home of grand matron and Mrs. Isobel Lowe, count against C. R. Montgomery of
and is getting along as well as can Kitching were business visitors lu and a meeting will be held in the
Mrs. Morton’s mother. Mrs. F. E. Doo. grand treasurer were among the dis- Portland,
near future to be announced later.
Portland last Friday.
be expected it Is reported.
ley one day this week.
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