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FRIDAY,, ,,i ..1L 11, 1041
UNEMPLOYED Trout Fishing
Power Network URGES
MAKES BIG HIT
TO REGISTER NOW
“Cross My Heart,” the three act Station in Estacada
Due to the favorable weather con-
is Started ditions
Be Early comedy
presented by a cast from the
the strawberry picking sea
junior class of the Estacada union
high school last Friday night proved ROY WEEMAN, DISTRICT FOR.
to be one of the most entertaining and EST RANGER HAS INSTALLED
delightful plays ever to be presented STATION AT HIS HOME
by a local high school cast.
There was plenty of action and
member of the cast did a re Estacada now has a radio broad
Construction of the new 56-mib,
With berries farther advance«!
hail, the rod and reel boys of Oregon than they have been in many a spring markably good job of acting.
distribution network of the Northeast
Clackamas Electric Co-op., Inc.
will be on the open waters of the indications point to the annual logan The stage settings were especially Roy Weeman forest ranger for the
and credit for this should Estacada district of the Mt. Hood
sturted on Monday of this week.
state next Saturday, April 12 for the berry harvest here being the first elaborate
and his manual national forest has installed a short
Huenergard & Wayman of Port,
opening of the general trout fishing not picked until the middle or last training class Eliassen
usual did a wave radio broadcasting station at
land the contractors are starting th
mightly fine piece of work.
his home on Pierce street.
part of June.
work on the lines in the Sand)
There are some who must delay Strawberries are now blooming Selection b,y the orchestra and Broadcasting is not new to Mr.
the delight of that first day or fishing and will be unusually early.
other numbers between acts also ad Weeman who operated a similar sta,
•Elcctricial contractors in the Es-
until May 3 for the open season in Prosent indications point to a bum ded to the enjoyment of the pro tion at Cascade Locks and sent and
AMERICAN RED CROSS
tacada, Sandy and Dover districts
received messages over most of the
some of the counties in high altitud per crop of both strawberries ant) duction.
have n so started work on house wir
werld. Mr. Weeman explained that
ing for the initial block of 45 houses Ladies if you wish to do your bit es has been delayed for two weeks. logans. Fear is expiessed however,
now however, owing to the war ra
that there is going to a great short, LOCAL GIRL IS WEDDED
to be served by the new power sys towards National Defense you will
counties include Baker, Union, age
stations are permitted to talk
tem. About 180 rural residences art be doing so by helping with the Red Thus-.
Umatilla, Grant, Malheur, Wallowa, as regards to strawberries as they IN CHURCH CEREMONY
with certain countries. ,
slated for wiring in the REA financed Cross work.
Lake, Gilliam, Wheeler and may be ready for picking before the
Ranger Weeman has a large book
nro.iect according to WP Colley pro. Telephone the chairman of the Harney,
However the sea schools are out in May. Since locgj The wedding of Miss Phyllis Saun filled with hundreds of cards from
sewing club of your church, lodge or son m these counties
close growers have to depend in a great ders, daughter of Jack Saunders of far parts of the world acknowledging
Local people who have been work- other organization or come to the until November 1 while will the not general
on getting help from school Eagle Creek to Frank Roberts, Salem receipt of his broadcasts.
1"" so hard to bring electricity to
season in other counties of the stale degree
this may be a serious prob business man was solemnized this In the case of emergency Mr. Wee-
their farm homes are now seeing their and third Thursday of each month oi closes
on October 15.
man’s broadcasting station may be
telephone 57-11 for sewing or knit
with ring service.
dream at last come true.
bag limit for game No set price for strawberries of afternoon
used for government business such as
Much of the credit for the sue» ting that you may do at your home. fish The over general
inches and both steel- logans or wages for pickers has yet by her father. She wore an afternoon forest fires in the national forest,
cess of the enterprise is justly due Please mark these Thusrdays of each head trout six
salmon when less than been determined.
Clay A. Chaney of George who was month on your calendar for future re 15 inches in and length
dress with hat to match, her only etc.
is 15 pounds and
attendant being ner cousin, Ruth
one of the promoters of the project.
Next meeting at the city hall on 1 fish but not to exceed 15 fish in “SOUTH OF SUEZ” COMING
any one day or 30 pounds and 1 fish
best, man was Michael Bristow. A PRESIDENT
SPECIAL EASYER SERVICE AT April 17.
but not to exceed 30 pounds and 1 TO ESTA THEATRE
fish but not to exceed 40 fish in any
were the decorations. A reception fol At the April meeting of the Esta
COMING SOON TO THE ESTA
7 consecutive days or in possession The first feature on the big dou lowed
at the home of the bride’s aunt cada Garden club it was decided to
at any one time. Variations from this ble bill at the Esta theatre for Fri Mrs. Emma
Hillman. Friends of thj send the president Mrs. Aimee Up
A special Easter service will be
general bag limit have been set in day and Saturday, April 11 and 12 bride and groom
to the state convention May 14
and relatives at ton
held at the Spiingwater Presbyterian The following motion pictures certain
and anglers are asked stars George Brent, Brenda Maishall tended.
and 15 at Grants Pass.
church at 10 a.m. Harold Homer are on the May program for tho to refer lakes
The talks on birds and Oregon wild
to the 1941 fishing synopsis and George Tobias in the great ac; Mrs. Roberts is the grand daughter flowers
will sing “I Know that My Redeem* Esta theatie “Gone With the Wind,’* for this information
by Mrs. Smith and Mrs. Ea
er Liveth.” There will be a baptismal “Adventures of Robin Hood,” “Wes special regulations. Copies of the new
of Mr. ar.d Mrs. II. F. Rittman and ton we e very interesting as well as
service. At the Eagle Creek Presby tern Union,” Kay Kyser in “You’ll regulations may be obtained from all in one of the most exciting dramas the great gra.-ddaughter oi Mrs. Bo instructive.
As a project for the current year a
ever brot to the screen and a film
terian church the children will pre
Horger one of the early day set beautification
and development pro
Out,” “and Ginger Rogers in jlicense agents and sporting goods packed with thrills. It has plenty of gina
sent an Easter program at the morn, Kind
is being considered. This would
the record breaking show “Kitty stores.
mystery too and its locale is in the the ceremony from £agie Creek in keep our
standardized with ot
Only two changes in license fees adventure laden atmosphere of a addition to iclatu.es were Mr. and hers affiliated with the federation
were made by the state legislature. South African diamond mine. The Mrs. A. D. Burnett, Mr. and Mrs. and be in keeping with the Oregon
EASTER SPECIALS FROM
provides the special vacation li laws of the jungle have raced across Paul Still, and daughters Audrey and roadside
The next meeting will be with Mrs.
WILL PUBLISH THRILLING
cense fees for both residents and two continents to bring to the screen Vivian, Miss Louise Maffei, Mr. and Amos
non-residents at $3 for ten days ef in this picture the greatest adventure Mrs. E. L. Meyers and Mr. Henry
TIGER STORY OF INDIA
We offer our famous orange layer
fective after July 1, 1341. Up to picture ever dared. The second fea
cake especially decorated for Eas A thrilling tiger story of India that time a special two day vacation ture is the thriling western produc Weitz.
bride and groom departed af
ter with rabbits,, eggs, nests and ev as related by H. D. Strever mission license for $2 may be procured. The tion "Wyoming Wildcat.” Whereii) The
the reception for a honeymoon
erything. Price 60c. Don’t fail to or ary who spent many years in the In other change came in i onse fees fot Don “Red” Barry defies outlaw am ter
to California. Upon their return
der Hot Cross -buns for your Easter dian jungles will begin in next weeks persons ovei 65 yeais of age who bush to bring justice to a lawless trip
will be at home in Salem. The «
breakfast, 25c a dozen. We have a issue of this newspaper.
have resided in Oregon for ten years land.
will be remembered as one of
large variety of dinner rolls to choose
Estacada Rangers will cross
or more. Such peisons may obtain a
“The Ghost Breakers”
the popular graduates of the Esta bats The today,
from, also wild blackberry pies at
April 11 with the
special fishing and hunting license The great mystery comedy “Thq cada union high school and has sluggers from Friday,
Canby high school.
25c each. Buy these specials when COURT TRIAL WILL FEATURE for 50 cents providing that each ap Ghost Breakers,” starring Bob Hop< been attending \V i»imette university. The game will the
on the Esta
our bakery truck calls or from our SUNDAY NIGHT SERVICE
plicant first make affidavit that he of and Paulette Goddard will be shown
cada diamond and is called for 2 p.m.
bakery. Gresham Bakery.—Adv.
she is unable to pay the regular $5
Last Friday afternoon the Ran
Esta theatre Sunday, Monday LAST RITES FOR
A court trial will feature the Sun fee. These special licenses will be at and the Tuesday,
gers lost to the Sandy Pioneers on
the local ground by a score of 7
day evening, April 13th service at available after the law becomes ef The principal action of the picture COON P. BOYER
MR. AND MRS. JOHN MILLER
to 3. Battery for Sandy was Hickey
the new Adventist church in Esta fective on June 14.
MOVE TO S. E. PORTLAND
in the erie atmosphere of a Funeral services for Coon P. Boy and Booth and for Estacada Smith
cada. The accused is supposed to An important change in regula occurs
haunted castle on an Is, er were held from the Chapman Fun and On Tooley.
Mr. and Mrs. John Miller pioneer have committed world’s greatest tions affects use of live minnows in supposedly
Tuesday afternoon the Rangerr
The setting, occupy-; eral home Saturday, April 5th at 2 journeyed
residents of Estacada moved to South crime and will be brot before the water of Oregon. Live minnows may ing the entire studio
to Silverton where they
east Portland this week. Mr. Miller Pauchiet (Indian village trial.) The not be used in angling for any game with all the mysterious contraptions Methodist chuich officiating follow played the Silverton high school
Silverton won by a score of
was one of the first blacksmiths ir> Pancheit’s decision is recognized by fish in any waters except only in that would have delighted Houdini. ed by interment in the Zion cemetery 3 nine.
to 1. Battery for Estacada wa3 Bu-
the Estacada district and one of the the Indian government the same as those streams and lake3 known to Alone it was awe inspiring. Lighted in Garfield.
ser and Tooley and for Silverton Day
a court, trial. A jury of local people
best in the northwest.
spiny-rayed fish and then only and ready for action it was hardly so Coon P. Boyer was born in the Gar, and Simon.
The Miller place will be occupied will try the case and the scene will contain
when the minnows are used as bait At times only lighted faces were field district January 26, 1893 and
by W. E. Nail who plans extensive become a court room. Evangelist H. in the same waters from which they visible
while enormous shadows flit died April 2nd, 1941. In 1916 he J. E. KESSLER HAS
improvements. Mr. Nail is raising D. Strever wiil pi isecute the case. have been taken.
cobwebs and dust la, was married to Emma Bradenstine 80TH BIRTHDAY
silver foxes, goats and has a small The defendant wiil plead his own Steelhead are classed as trout in den walls. the
place Bob who survives him. Besides his widow
case and the audience will vote on the Rogue river and all its tributar Hope and Paulette spooky
Kessler prominent resident of
Goddard encoun he is survived by five sons and on» tho J. E.
the verdict. Motion pictures of Brit- ies and all laws regarding trout are ter hair raising adventures
Currinsville district celebrated
and side- daughter, Merle, Milen, Ise„ Fay his 80th
ish-Greek victories will be shown and there applicable to steelhead. Open spliting situations until finally
on Wednesday of
they Lyle and Dennis; also by his mothei this week. birthday
Mr. Kessler was taken to
an outstanding special by Mrs. Mary season for trout six inches or over discover the real reason for the mys
RIDERS OF THE CASCADES
step-father, Emma and Asa Haw. the Oregon City hospital about two
E. Woods giving a musical reading, the Rogue river and its tributaries tery surrounding the castle. The fea- and
CLEAR DRILL GROUNDS
kins, a brother Henry and half sister weeks ago and his condition iis re
‘“The Great Judgment Morning” Ser. in
ported to greatly improved.
is April 12 to December 31 both dates tures “Nature’s Nursery,” “King for Mrs. Hattie Hunt.
The Riders of the Cascades spent vices start at 7:30 p.m.
Mrs. Kessler wishes to express her
last week end clearing stumps and On Tuesday evening, April 15th
many thanks to neighbors and friends
in Estacada and Currinsville for tho
brush from the drill field on the Fly- at 7:30 p.m. Evangelist Strever will the open season is from April 12 to
TOWNSEND CLUB TO BE
remembrance of Mr. Kessler on his
ing T ranch of their Tophand Ray speak on the subject “Can Anyone November 30 both dates inclusive.
“‘Land of Liiberty”
ORGANIZED IN ESTACADA
Tracy in Viola. Late Sunday they en be Saved Who has never Been Bap
joyed a weiner and marshmallow tized.” Motion picture is “On the Open season for spiny-rayed fish is 16 and 17 the great Cecil B. De Mil* A Townsend meeting will be held
at the Estacada city hall next Tues MASONS WILL JOURNEY
the entire year except for Oswego les production “Land of Liiberty” day
roast around the campfire. Consider Floor of the Atlantic”
evening, April 15 at 7:30 o'clock TO OREGON CITY
able excitement ensued when Sheriff Thursday, April 17th at 7:30 p.m, lake in Clackamas county where the will
purpose of organizing a Town
Bill Graham nearly had his famous Mr. Strevers subject is “Is it Worth season extends from April 12 to Oc roaring cavalcade of thrills with send club. Eveiybody cordially invit A large delegation from the Esta
whiskers burned off.
cada Masonic lodge will journey to
While to Obey God.” Motion pic tober 31; Dunaway pond in Malheur 139 stars, 200 scenes, 1000 thrills. ed to come
January 1 to April 30 both It is billed as the most spectacular
Oregon City Monday to attend a joint
tures of Alaskan wild life will be county
meeting of the Masonic lodges of
picture of our time and guar
J. J. MARCHBANK HAS
December 1 both dates inclusive; and motion
to give you more thrills per
Lake of the Woods in Klamath coun antees
any screen entertain
ED SAUER RIDES ‘EM
CARD OF THANKS
ty where the season will be from ment in than
It is a picture where
J.J. Marchbank whose skill as a gar HIGH,, WIDE, HANDSOME
We wish to express our sincere
in the screen wonders of 51 Holly
and heartfelt thanks to friends and
dener is known thruout this territory
neighbors for their sympathy and as
wood producers are gathered toge-
was delivering new radishes grown in Ed Sauer, jovial member of the inclusive.
sistance at the death of our beloved
fishermen are required to ob gether, a picture which shows 150 be given at the Methodist church on wife
his garden in we3t Estacada on Thurs firm of Tunnell Sauer,, of Currins- tain All catch
and mother and for the beauti
cards to be filled years of American drama, adven Sunday evening at 8 o’clock. The pro ful floral
day morning this week. Mr. March- ville did some high wide and han<lf out and sent report
G. W. Benson
bank usually has about the first some riding last Sunday afternoon. after each fishing trip. Cards are
A. F. Benson and family.
spring vegetables in this district.
God Hath Sent His Angels.
Mr. Sauer an ex-cowboy who knows postpaid and require no signature.
his “hosses” decided to take his bronc Data contained on tht se cards will b»
Obligato Solo, Audrey Ludlow
EASTERN STAR NOTICE
Mrs. John Sparks who is in the
YE OLD FASHIONED
Solo, Alfred Gastenau Oregon
out for a little exercise. All went well used to augment findings of survey
City hospital for treatments
for awhile until the bronc suddenly
A stated communication of Moun
as getting along nicely.
remembered that bucking was a lot the state and will aid in providing tain Chapter No. 108, OF.S, will be
Ira B. Wilson The Past Noble Grand club meet«
An old time basket social and pro of fun. Soon Ed was sailing thru the better fishing in Oregon. Cards may held at 8 p.m. sharp Tuesday, April Risen as He Said
gram will be sponsored by the girls air ahd while he wasn’t hurt much he be obtained from all license agent« 15th. Presentation of traveling flag The Kin? of Glory Shall E. Come
S. Lorenz next Monday at the home of Mrs
4-H club at the Garfield grange flail has a lot of scratches on his legs as and from sporting goods houses as by Kellog Chapter.
Accompanist, Mrs. .A Gastenau Elsie Hale at Currinsville.
well as from the Portland office of Order of W. M.
on Saturday, April 19 at 8 p.m. La souvenirs of his bronc ride.
Director, Miss Audrey Avis Aasot)
dies bring baskets and gentlemen
Anna M. Dillon, Sec.
Mr. and Mrs. William Lank of Port
your pocketbooks. A splendlid pro Let’s all go to the dance at Gar
were guests at the Ecker home
gram has been ore pared. Funds from field grange hall Saturday evening The Past Matrons club is meeting Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Linn and little Fort Lewjs was home the first of the last Sunday.
Mr. Lank is an electril-
this social will be used to help spon April 12th. Everybody welcome, good today at the home of Miss Maude daughter of Portland were visitor!» week bee ruse of the ¡illness of hi? cian in the employ
of the PGE comj
sor 4-H club scholarships.
at the W. E. Lain horn» last Sunday. grandmother.
N. E. CLACKAMAS ELECTRIC CO
OP., INC., NEW POWER LINE
IS NOW UNDER WAY
son may be advanced and therefore
families who wish to pick strawber.-
ries are requested to register now at
the Oregon state employment office
in room 8, Court House.
R. A. Blyth manager, ‘states that
by registering now families can as.
sure of getting reservations for ca
bins. These registrations prevent con
gestion at some fields and shortages
at others may be avoided.
The office needs several farm hand
and has several good positions for
TROUT FISHING SEASON OPENS STRAWBERRIES NOW BLOOM*
THIS SATURDAY, APRIL 12, ING; LOGANS WILL BE READY
EARLY IN JUNE
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