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r i ACKAMAR COUNTY N E W S
CO M M U N IT Y CLU B W IL L
M E E T ON A P R I L 2 5 T H
A l o - ting of the Dover community
club will be held on Friday, April
25th. A very intertairing program is
being prepaied for the occasion and
eveiybody is cordially invited to at*
tend. Supper will be served following
the evening’s program.
J.C. Colley county coordinator for
thi- N. K. Clackamas electric comT
puny was in this Olfttilct Monday re
garding the wiring of the houses that
hope soon to be using electricity.
Lora Pearl Kiir< spent the week
end with her aunt Lora Allen in Port,
land. She ana Her aunt returned
to be what our friends think we are and avoid
What critics might say we are
CARROLL FUNERAL HOME
DAY AND NIGHT SERVICE
FRIDAY. ATRIL 1«, 1941
Thursday was a holiday for the
Dover school children hut school wat
Ralph DcShuzcr visited his fath
er Joe 1 ) -Shaker the past week.
Richard Mudrow who has been in
the army less than three months was
piomoted to corporal the first week
in April. He was one of three to be
retained at the Portland recruiting
office. Nine men were transferred
to San Francisco from theie.
Mr. and Mis. A. R. King and Ray
were Gresham shoppers Sutuiday.
A fine new garage has been er
ected on the Crosby place while a
new house is being built on the
Those in the know pi edict that the! |
strawberry harvest will be well un- !
der way before the end of May, bar
ring any cold snap. At the present i
many fields are blooming though not
yet in full bloom.
The sale of plants is past due to
the early season. Clyde Updegrave
sold a fine lot of runners.
ilo iiio d p liii^
AND CELEBRATION OF OUR LARGER AND FINER STORE
Saturday, April 19th
Special Prices on All Groceries, Meats, Vegetables, Fruits,
All Day Demonstrations of
GOLDEN WEST COFFEE
N E W F L O U R E S C E N T L IG H T
IN STA LLED A T BANK
E nla rg em en t
D a v i d s o n ’s
H & D CANNED FOODS
A new flourescent light has been
installed in the Clackamas Co .in y
bank at Sandy over the depositor’^
desk. Just another service of this
Drug Store, Giesliam,, with any 6 or 8
exposure film finish at reasonable
price of 25-c.—Adv.
S a le
Ask about them
FHEK M ol ion I*ic*lures
Two Great Pictures, “Tobaccoland, U. S.A.,” arul Fred War
ing in “Pleasure Time.,, both March of Time productions.
Soil S a v i n g P r a c t i c e s
Be sure to visit our store Saturday and Bring the whole family,
Get R e su lts a t N e w b e r g
fO R D TRUCKS
ON MAIN STREET
__farms and on
• S E s — 5 = - * -
opoUrity o n c e you try
rd Dealer today.
fO E B TRACKS
Soil conservation practices tried
out in cooperatiion with local land
owners in the Newberg region in the
last few years are snow mg more
value from year to year reports H.
N. Magnus of the soil conservation
service. Not ail of the practices ex
perimented with are of equal value
he said, but some have proved both
practical and economical.
On the former Whittaker walnut
orchard at the top of Rex hill wherq
erosion had become sera us diversion
of drainage water and contour culti
vation plus heavy seedings of inter
cover and the use of straw mulch on
steeper areas have combined to prac
tically stop erosion and have increas
ed the annual growth of the walnut
trees. Frank Peters of the Chehalem
mountain district reports that culti,
vation on the contour has not increas
ed his work because though more
turns are required the tractor works
more efficiently because there is less
shifting of gears.
Arrangements may be made with
county agent Rex Warren or with
officials of the SCS office for in
spection tours of the '’arms where
various methods have b e n used since
Come in and see our special buyi
in 9x12 linoleum run.,
hundreds of other b:> .’gains in house
hold goods of all kinds. No mattei
what you need you can buy it for
less here. Why spend moie when you
can always get more for your money
at Tobaison’s Second Hand Store on
Powell Blvd., in Gresham, Oregon.
METZGER CO. OFFERS
Everybody is coidially invited to
come and enjoy a free breakfast next
Saturday, April 19th from 8:30 to
1:00 p.m. at the A. W. Metzger &
company store in Gresham. Following
is the menu and it is understood that
the serving will be more than gener
ous. Swift’s tomato juice. Triangle
pancakes with butter, Tea Garden
syrup, Dole’s pineapple gems, Swifts
boiled I’rem and Golden W^st coffee.
The advertisement of A. W. Metz
ger & company elsewhere in todays
issue o f this newspaper says this will
be a real lionest-to-goodness free
breakfast with no strings attached.
Everybody is invited to “come and
Their 30th anniversary sale is con
tinuing thruout the month of April
at the A. W. Metzger & company
store and next Saturday some mar
velous values are being offered, par
ticularly in the grocery department.
Prices will be found in the A. W.
Metzger A company advertisement
elsewhere in todays issue of this news
E n la rg em en t
D a v i d s o n ’t
Drug Store, Gresham., with any 6 or 8
exposure film finish at reasonable
price of 25-c.—Adv.
Hob Cooke Motor To.
“‘Your Ford Dealer”
Chester Snyder from Fort Lewis
Wash., was a week end visitor at the
home of his parents Mr. and Mrs.W.
H. Snyder of this place.
Miss Nina Ostrudu and her niece
Clarice Ostrud of Seattle, Mr. and
Mrs. Dan Stahlnecker and son Low
ell, Mr. and Mrs. Uyene Stahlnecker
and son Eldon visited at the Evert
and Irwin Stahlnecker homes Sat
Little Janet and Norma Westlund
celebrated their birthdays Tuesday
evening by having all the school chil
dren in for dinner. A full course dir*
ner was served and one cake with 8
candles and one with 6. Games were
piayed and a very enjoyable evening
was spent by all.
Eagle Creek Store
M j . and Mrs. J. J. Janssens and
children Joe Jr., and Renee were Sun
day visitors at the Westhind home.
A party and shower was held at
the v>. » j . s>../iiei home in honor of
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Snyder and Mr.
and Mi’s. Edwin Iiodgkiss Saturday
night both couples having been very
recently married. Many beautiful and
useful gifts were received. Lunch
was seived at midnight and a good
time was enjoyed by all.
Mr. and Mrs. John Myers and dau
ghter Doris were guests at the Jag,
min home Saturday night.
Mr. and Mrs. George Brown and
Sam Boger we>e week end visitors at
the home of Mr. Brows.
W. J. Slaughter just returned from
a trip to Texas, having been called
there by the illness of his father.
Mrs. Cora Fitch and Mis. Myrtle
Jagmin were Portland shoppers on
Gresham Packing Co.
UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT
We are now contracting for youngberries, boysen-
berries, loganberries, red and black raspberries,
strawberries, gooseberries and currants.
R. I. MacLaughlin & Co., Owners
Telephone Gresham 277
Mrs. Sarah Smith and granddaugh.
ter Laverne and Gien Smith all of
Paramount’s hillbilly howler star
Goldendale, Wash., visited at the
Ladies aid meets the third Wed-
home of Mis. Hector Anders Friday ring Bob Burns, Una Merkle, Jerry lesday of the month.
and Saturday. Mr. Smith returned Colonna, Don Wilson and Pat Barrett
home Satuiday and Mrs. Smith and (Uncle E zra))) will be shown at the
St. A l o y s i u . C a h to lic C h u r c h
Laveme will make an indefinite stay Esta theatre on bargain nights Wed
Confession Saturday from 7:30
with her daughter.
nesday and Imirsday, April 23 and
Hector Anders and Wallace Atch 24. “Coming ‘Round the Mountain” is to 8:30 p.m.
ison visited over the week end at a roundup of feuds and fun with plen
Mac,as will be said as follows:
home. Sunday Hector Anders’ wen ty of backwood romancin.”—Adv.
all guests at the home of Mr. and
Every Sunday at 8 a.m.
Mrs. Leonaid Anders in the Porter
E M M A lSABfc.z.1. K A N D L E D I E S i
Every Sunday at 9:30 a.m.
Leah Atchisoon visited over the F U N E R A L S E W
week enu at the home of her sister
W elch es
11:15 every Sunday.
Mrs. Emma Isabell Handle, 86 life,
Alfred Gastenau’s father of Seat long resident of Clackamas county
tle is a visitor at the home of his
S e v e n t h D ay A dvantiat
son and family at the fish hatchery. died Thursday afternoon at her hum,
The Garfield district are proud to
Sabbath school at 9:80 a.m.
announced that Miss Phyllis Maurer January 14,1856 she had never re
Preaching at 11 a.m.
won first place in Clackamas county sided outside the county.
in an essay contest, the title “One
She was the daughter of the late
C h u r c h of C h r i s t
John and Diana Hughes Scott who
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Collins brot Mr.
Bible study and worship as usual
Dice home Sunday for a short visit. came here by oxteam in 1853 and
He is still very weak but is getting were the iirst settlers in Elwood, each Lord’s day at the church of
along nicely. His index finger on May 8, 1876 she was married to th^ I Christ west of the grade school be
his left hand was amputated.
> late Matthais E. Handle. They lived
ginning at 10 a.m.
on a 110 acre farm which he had
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHURCHES
home-steaded when a boy of 19. Mr.
E a t a c a d a M eth o d is t C h u r c h
u » RE SIN, DISEASE, AND
Handle died in 1939.
DEATH REAL?” was the sub.
Surviving are one son C.C. Handle;
Sunday school at 9 :50 a.m.
Ject of the Lesson-Sermon to all
of Beavercreek, a daughter Mrs. Al
Public worship at 11. Sermon sub
Churches of Christ, Scientist, on
berta Laurence, Montana, a grande ject “The Man Whom Many Think
Sunday, April 13.
daughter Mrs. Arthur Redaway and They are Like."
The Golden Text was, ‘ The Lord
two great grand children all of Ore
Violin solo. Hymns of the Sun.”
is my light and my salvation; whom
by Miss Audrey Avis Aasen accom
ahall I fear? the Lord is the strength
Funeral services were hild last panied by Mrs. Gastenau.
of my life; of whom shall I be
afraid?” (Ps. 27:1).
Saturday at 2 p.m. at Oregon City,
Epworth league 7 p.m.
Among the citations which com
Interment took place at the Spring-
prised the Lesson-Sermon was the
H IG H SC H O O L SLOGAN
following from the Bible: “Beware
of false prophet«, which come to
you in sheep’s clothing, but inward
ly they are ravening wolve*. Ye
Some Oregon high school student
«hall know them by their fruits
is going to be famous as a "slogan
P re sbyterian C hurch
Do men gather grapes of thorns, or
izer” ’this summer. The "Show Boat”
figs of thistles? Even so every good
which the Forestry department sends
Thomas C. Duncan, Minister
tree bringeth forth good fruit; but
over the state giving shows in school:,
a corrupt tree bringeth forth evil
grange, and other gatherings will cay
St. J o h n ’s C h u r c h , C e o r g e
fruit.” (Matt. 7:15-17).
ry priuM^a-Iong either side the for
The Lesson-Sermon also included
est firt^irevention slogan which the
judges consider best of all submitted
the following correlative passages
in the slogan contest now under way
from the Christian Science text
S p rin g w a ter—
in Oregon high schools. The state has
book. 1 Science and Health with Key
Morning worship at 10 a.m.
been divided into eight groups of
to the Scriptures” by Mary Baker
counties. A personal prize of $5 and
Eddy: “Jesus strips all disguise
Missionary Society meets the «•• a school trophy will be awarded for
from error, when his teachings are
the best slogan from each group. A
tond Thu r day of each month.
fully under;..cod. By parable and
argument he explains the impossi
Ladies aid meets the fourth Thurs grand prize of $10 and a grand tro
phy will be awarded for the best slo
bility of good p oduring evil; and
day of the month.
gan of the eight group winners. En
he also scien lilcally demonstrates
E agle C reek—
tries enn be submitted until April
this great fact, proving by what are
28th. The rules will bn found on
Sunday school at 10 a.m.
wrongly called miracles, that sin,
every high school bulletin board or
sickness, and death are beliefs—
can be obtained by writing to Slogan
World Fellowship Circle meets the Contest, School of Forestry, Corvai-
Illusive errors—which he could and
"irst Wednesday of the month.
did destroy" <p343:14).