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C lackama S^C ounty - N ews
YOUNG PEOPLE WHO WILL GRA.
DUATE FROM GRADE SCHOOLS
IN ESTACADA AND VICINITY
Following is a list o f eighth grade
giaduates in the various schools of
eastern Clackamas county and the
dates o f their graduation exercises.
Springwater. May 22. Robert L.
Duncan, Zettie Mae Ellis, Crystal
Fielding, Joy A. Fielding, Gene Gra.»
ble, Elizabeth Rose Guttridge, Nel
son A Guttridge, Eileen Julia Mar
shall and Lew L. Roberts.
Kelso. May 14 (tentative.) Jack
R. Bagley, Jack Leroy Cook, Ken
neth V. Erickson, Rose Marie Mon-
ner, Viola Ernestine Monner and Jo«
Welches, last week o f May. David
Miles Clark, Arietta Mae Cieig, War-
len Kenneth Crutcher,, Erville Marie
Espinosa, Anna Lee Gordon, Lila Lee
Hads and Kathryn Marie Butts.
Cottrell, May 21 (tentative.) Roj;
Earl Brook, Doris Louise Caswell,
BiiUe B. Corley, Peter Kermit Mark-
vardson, Marie Radford, Joseph Ed
ward Reed and Howard W. Yost.
Estacada, May 26. LaVonne Ballou,
Junior Beard, Ralph Benson, Betty
M. Britton, Florence Cadanou, Fran
ces Cadanou, Walter Clarkson, Alvin
Courtain, Harrold Darrow, Letanuu
Day, Don Eshleman, Herbert Fry
Leonard Fry, Harold Giasel, Violei
Greenman, Jack Groves, Donna Lei
Hayden, Jackie Hayden, Mae Haler
Henricksen, Betty Mae Hughes, John
Juuo„ Don Marquist, Alice Matthews.
Ruth Pinkley, Ruby Ruff, Don Tuck
er, Florence Eileen Wade, Donna Rue
Waterhouse and Gladys Walcott.
Deep Creek, May 19 (tentative.)
Maxine Burdick and Vernon Wildee,
1000 PEOPLE ATTEND
Approximately 1000 people atten
ded the “ open house’’ at the Estacada
union high school on Thursday nigh;
of lsat week. Every department ol
the school was in operation and the
public obtained first hand informa
tion on how the school is conducted.
Later in the evening a fine prog-
gram was given in the high school
auditorium consisting o f numbers by
members o f the glee club and seiec»
lions by the high school band under
lirection o f Jesse Foster..
Lloyd H. Ewalt chairman o f the
-oard o f education in a short talk,
.aid that the new high school build
ing was now entirely paid for, the
last bonds on the building having
been paid in full the week before.
This information was greeted with
much applause by the large crowd.
HARDING GRANGE WILL
HOLD ANNUAL PICNIC
Harding grange will hold their an
nual picnic on Saturday, May 10th at
the Harding grange hall at Logan.
There will be a picnic dinner at noon
with a program and moving pictures
n the afternoon. In the evening there
will be a card party and dance. Ev
erybody welcome, come and have a
FIRST AID CLASS TO
START MAY 12TH
"FRIDAY, MAY 0, Ï94Ï
Important Meet ] Grange Picnic
May 17 th
CHAIRMAN S. T. POWELL CALLS EAGLE
ON MATTRESS PROGRAM
Chairman S. T. Powell has called
a meeting to organize the work on
mattress malting. This meeting is
scheduled for this Friday, May 9th
at 9:30 a.m. and will be held in the
school house at Currinsvilie.
It is hoped that representatives
will be present from tire following
districts: Estacada, Logan, Springwa-
,er„ Dover, Eagle Creek, Garfield,
George, Porter, Viola and Currins-
ville. Everyone interested in the pro
ject is urged to be present in order
that work on the program may get
o ff to a good start.
Mr. Powell said that 198 applica
tions had been made for mattresses in
the district. Fifty pounds o f cotton
is used in each mattress which means
that 5 tons or 20 bales o f cotton
will be used to make mattresses in
Members o f the committee in
charge o f the program are S. T. Pow
ell, Joshua Courtain, Mrs. Rose Loon
ey, Mrs. Mae Kitching, and Mrs. Ef-
fie Douglas. Mrs. Paul Lovell and
Mrs. Kate Snuffin are alternates.
Instructors or teachers on the pro
ject who attended school at Canby
last week were S. T. Powell, Mrs. F.
A. Shartner,, Mrs. A. C. Davis, Mrs.
Laura Palmateer, Mrs. Rose Rhodes,
Mrs. Rose. Looney and Mrs. Mae Kit
HOLD ANNUAL PICNIC; FINE
The annual picnic o f the Eagle
Creek grange will be held at the
giange hall on Saturday, May 17th.
Tentative program for the day is
10 to 11 a.m. Contest on model
gas powered ail planes for students
of Benson Polytechnic hign school in
Portland. These planes are skillfully
made and are controlled from tht«
11 a.m. till 12 noon, moving pic
tures o f Mexico free.
12 noon till 2 p.m. Lunch and tak-
ng o f group pictures o f grange mem-
>ers. Old time grangers are especially
desired for these pictures.
2 to 3 p.m. General discussion ol
:ooperative work by fanners. Tap
lancing by members o f Miiss Edwards
lancing classes and miscellaneous
In the evening the annual dance
will be held at the grange hall wit!
uusic by Pinney’s orchestra.
C. L. Chambers of Eagie Creek is
REPORT ON GIRLS 4-H
A first aid class for Legion mem
On the evening o f May 3rd th(
bers and their wives will start Mon
l-H gii'ij met at tile Garfield grange
day evening,, May 12 at 7 :30 at the
hall for a meeting. It was discussed
American Legion hall in Estacada.
in the meeting about me scholarship
R.O. Reed will be instructor and tht
plan. Plans were made to try to raise
course will last about six weeks. Post
money for another one. Before the
Adjutant F. E. Dooley has several
neeting the 4-H girls made a cakq
books on first aid to loan to prospec
and set a table for themselves. After
The home o f Rev. P. L Kunzman the meeting we sold packs o f differ
OLD FASHIONED REVIVAL
of Vancouver was the scene o f a sim-, ent kinds o f candy. Those present at
AT CHRISTIAN CHURCH
pie wedding on May 3rd at 11:30 a, the meeting were Lavonne Ballou
of Stella Jensen and Walter Mont Lauia and Anna Coop, Annette An-
uouge, May 28. Matt Louis Er
lers, Ruby Ruff, Betty Britt and the
A fine congregation greeted Evan gomery both o f Estacada.
ickson and Calvin Coolidge Kish-
gelist O. J. Morris in the opening ser
Mr. and Mrs. O. G. Dresher of ie ider, Mrs. O. V. Coop.
The next meeting wil be May 17
vice o f an old fashioned revival meet Portland were the only witnesses. A fa
^ o»e.’, May 28. Robert Schmalz
ing at the Christian church in Esta ter the ceremony the party had a
Ruth Stevens, and Leona Updegrave
wedding dinner at Eldriges. From BUDGET BOARD TO MEET
itcdiand, May 28. Violet Virginia
A stirring song service was led by theie the Dreshers took them to her ON MAY 19TH
Illingworth and Alice Jean Nevil.
Albert Kribs pastor o f the Sellwood home in Portland where they had a
ueorge, May 29. Maxine E. Cor Christian church o f Portland.
The budget board o f Estacada
surprise reception. There were sev
j , rrvin H. Joyner, Arlien Rhoades
When asked what he believed and eral relatives and friends present. grade school district No. 108 will con
,,u Geo. Wiederhold.
preached Mr. Morris replied “ I love Mrs. Dresher served them wedding, cenc at 7 :30 p.m. at the gi ade school
May 19th. The boaru consists o f I. W.
Elwood, May 26. Virginia Led the Lord, and hate the devil, and I cake and coffee and ice cream.
„lean to believe in, live and preach
In the evening they had a party Tucker, O. A. Riggins, Dale Russell
joougias Ridge, May 28. Delbeil -he old fashioned gospel; for it is at the Lonesome club where Mr. R. M. Wade, J. C. Tunnell and O.
D. Lake, Dolores Evelyn LaPier, ami good news to this poor old war torn Brereton played the wedding march VI. Stormer.
„o d d we are living in the midst o j and the wedding party marched up
Frank M. Wood.
Bull Run, May 19. Ruby Ellen Mul a go getting, grab getting, fun lov, on the platform. Mr. Brerton intro ; a l l is i s s u e d f o r
ing, gun shoving, leg showing, jit duced the bride and groom to the BASEBALL PLAYERS
len and Junior Alvin Skelien.
terbug, neckin’ hug, on coming gen- people and gave them a few woids
Sandy Ridge, May 16. Gordon Ben
generation And the surprising thing of congratuation. After the march
All local men who are interested in
nett, Evelyn Butts, Francis Dyal, Ned
about it all is that they are not much they went down stairs where the playing on the Estacada town base
Dyal, Charles Forman, Theodore Ku-
different than their grandmothers. Lonesome club had a table all fixed ball team are asked to be at the ball
bena and Albert Schneider.
What they need is some up-to-date re« for them. They served cake and ice grounds here next Sunday at 2 p.m.
Boring, May 16. Donald Dayton,
ligion with 1941 knee action. In oth cream and coffee. There were f if for practice.
Dale Eugene Gannon,, Dewey Gannon
er words we must have an old fashion teen present. Mr. and Mrs. Walter
Jr., Call W. Gregson, Loran D. Hu-
ed revival o f up to the minute reli Montgomery bride and groom, Mr.
Uck, Olga Johnson, Barbara June
gion that will convict the world of and Mrs. Albert Dresher, Mr. and
OBSERVES MOTHER’S DAY
Lillie, Orval M Mahn„ Loren W. Rad
sin and give it a change o f heart and Mrs. Frank Nicholas of Mulino, Mrs.
ford, Blossom Marie Sanderson, and
the power to live the life.
D. C. McCrosky o f Portland, Mr.
Mother” s Day has become an in-
Kenneth Jamees Steenson.
Our broken homes,, broken heart| and Mrs. Carl Lane of Oregon City,,
itution in America. Sunday, May
and broken nations will never be Mr. and Mrs.» Jerry Hoopstra and
1 is the day set apart to honor our
nealed and we will know no peaci Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Meetz o f Port Mothets For those mothers that have
MOTHER’S DAY SPECIAL
land and Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Schock gone to their “ Eternal home,” some
until we know the prince o f peace.
OFFERED BY BAKERY
The Evangelist announces the fob of Estacada.
me has said: “ Keep ner memory
The happy couple went on a trip green” . Goethe visited Frankfort and
The Gresham Bakery offers a Mo
to southern Oregon after which they icisonally thanked all who had been
"W hy the Ten Commandments.”
ther’s Day cake for Mother’s Day,
“ Can America Escape the Grea* will be at home in Estacada.
kind to his mother. President Wilson
May 11th, that is unusual and dif Tribulation.”
■m the day o f his first inauguration
ferent. This cake is specially decor
“ Knowing the Greatest Thing on
had a wreath o f flowers placed on
ated for the occasion. It is the fa Earth.”
he grave o f his father and mother
mous orange cake made with juice
“ Mother’ s God.”
in the South.
On the memorable
o f tree ripened oranges and with a
“ The Most Soul Searching Ques
night in which President Coolidge
tasty lemon filling. It is put up in a tion in the Bible.”
made his way from his father’s New
beautiful window box and sells foi
Meetings each evening except Sun,
England home to the Capitol he stop
Tax payments in Clackamas count])
68 cents. Another special for the urday at 7:45 p.m. and Sunday at
;>ed at a little country graveyard ant!
week is paikerhouse rolls at 15 cents IX a.m. and 7:45 p.m.
spent a few moments in holy com
a dozen. Order these and other bak
If you like to think and enjoy the prompt than last year Sheriff Fred munion before his mother’s tomb.
Reaksecker reported Saturday.
ery goods from our driver when ho Old Book come and bring a friend.
Let us all go to church Sunday morn,
Durng the first four months of
calls at your home or from our bak
ing to honor the memory of out
percent o f the tax rol' mothers. The choir anthem will be
ery. Gresham Bakery.— Adv.
AMERICAN RED CROSS
, m .41 i 70.12
ifit-b o f
“ My Mother’s Old Bib'e is True.”
Let’s have a good attendance—art 67.8» for the same period in 1940
Sermon subject “ A Mother’s Wage.”
BAD WEATHER HINDERS MEET
the next all day city hall meeting ofi he stated.
A bouquet wil be presented to the
Thursday, May 16. The Garfield Dor
oldest and the youngest mother pres
Although bad weather prevented
cas society plan to bring their lunch 156.58 o f which $147,166.23 has been e t a'so the mother having the lar-
many o f the events o f the track meet
and spend the day with us. We arc applied to delinquent taxes. Last year
st number of chldren.
at Estacada last Friday from being
hoping Mrs. Maxwell will be back for the same four months $1,454,-
carried out as planned a large crowd
from Washington, D. C. and have ar 145.27 had been collected, this lar MT. HOOD LOOP HIGHWAY
o f students from various schools ir.
interesting report o f the Nations ger sum being explained by the larges
S NOW OPEN
the county attended the affair and
Red Cross convention. Come early tax assessment o f 1940.
enjoyed the music festival.
so not to miss her.
The Mt. Hood loop h'ghway whieV
Students were present from th<j
number 29,175 thus far aas compared
has keen closed nil winter on aceojn.
following schools: North Logan, Lo
with 27,850 for the four months last,
During the month o f May only, a
o f snow was opened last week. A c
wer Logan, Logan, Viola, Springwa-
past the sheriff pointed out.
co.ding to R. H. Baldock state high
ter, Linn’s Mill, Carver, Eagle Creek,
way engineer this is the earliest the
Douglas Ridge, Evergreen, Elwood, every Zenith Tire sold at the C. M,
Mrs. Clint Looney was a business j ’-.¡ghv/a" has been opened lor a num-
Barton,, Dover, Dodge, Porter and Sparks Hardware Co., Estacada—
visitor in Gresham Monday morning. I [,cr 0f years.
SCOUT JAMBOREE AT
EAGLE FERN PARK
For a day and a half May 10 and
11 over 200 Boy Scouts of Clackamas
county will compete in scout craft ac
tivities at an all-district camporee
held at Eagle Fern park on Eagle
Assembling at the park between
11:30 and 1:30 Saturday morning,
scouts o f the participating patrols
from the districts 20 scout tioops
will immediately set up their camps
in order that the program can start
at 2 p.m. J. William Johnson o f Jen
nings lodge is chairman of the cam
“ Plans for the events are much
the same as they were last year,”
Johnson said: “ with emphasis on em
ergency seivice. The activities will
include first aid, signaling, fire build
ing, water boiling, mile run, cooking,
overnight camping and several un
The session will terminate at 9
am Sunday with the presentation of
SECOND ANNUAL COUNTY
CLUBS FLOWER SHOW
The second annual Clackamas cour
ty Garden club llower show spon
sored by the Oregon City Garden
club will be held at the cty hall in
Oregon City on Saturday, May 10
Several clubs are to enter including
Estacada, West Linn and Gladstone.
All clubs o f the county are eligible.
NEW DRAFT BOARD MEMBERS
Fred C. Bartholomew of Estacada
this week resigned as a member of
Estacada draft board No. 2. Mr. Bar
tholomew was chairman o f the board
and is to be commended for his ef]
ficient work on that body during hip
membership. R. R. Cooke o f Esta
cada has been appointed to succeed
Mr. Bartholomew. M. C. Glover o
Eagle Creek resigned as a member of
the board several weeks ago and las
week Jack Saunders o f Eagle Creek
was appointed to take his place.
Clackamas county draft board No
2 o f Estacada now consists o f S. E
Lawrence, chairman. R. R. Cooke ant’
Jack Saunders. F. E. Dooley is sec
During the month o f May only, a
Heavy Duty Zenith Tube FREE with
every Zenith Tire sold at the C. M.
Sparks Hardware Co., Estacada—
"GONE WITH THE WIND” AT
ESTA THEATRE SOON
The greatest motion picture o f ali
time, “ Gone with the Wind” will be
at the Esta theatre Sunday, monday
and Tuesday, May 18, 19 and 20. The
picture will be shown in its entirety
Nothing eliminated. Watch for an
nouncement next week.
FREE MOVIE AT GRANGE
HALL ON MAY 15TH
SALE OF TICKETS INDICATES
DINNER AT ESTACADA WILL
BE BIG EVENT
With tickets selling like “ hot cakes”
the Farmer-Merchant dinner at Es
tacada on Wednesday, May 14th is an
assured success. The affair is being
sponsored by the local A A A commit
tee with the cooperation of business
men and will be held in the Estacada
union high school cafeteria commenc
ing at 7 p.m.
Motion pictures o f agriculture
and commerce i:i South America wil)
be shown. These pictures should be of
particular int i esc to growers due to
the similarity of production in var
ious parts of South America and the
Farm problems as a result o f the
present war and a discussion as to
what effect the war will have on
agriculture when peace comes will be
discussed at length. “ We want the
business men to know what the far
mer is up against,” said one local
fa: met- In speaking o f the meet:ng.
In addition to talks on faim proL
lems and motion pictures, a short
musical program will be furnished by
the music department o f the high
ROMANCE OF THE RIO GRANDE’
AT ESTA THEATRE
Cesar Romero will be at the Esta
theatre this Friday and Satturday in
“ Romance o f the Rio Grande” as the
first feature o f the regular double
bill. It’s two time romance and twice
the tiouble when O. Henry’s roman
tic rogue the Cisco Kid meets his
double in this adventure film o f the
old Southwest. The second feature on
this program stars the Weaver Bros,
and Elviry in “ Arkansas Judge” with
Roy Rogers and Spring Byington.
There’s plenty of laughs, thrills and
excitement as the Weavers head into
their most hilarious adventure as they
track down trouble in the Ozarks.
“Adventures of Robin Hood”
The beautiful) technicolor fijm
starring Errol Flynn in the “ Advene
tures o f Robin Hood” comes to the
Esta theatre this Sunday, Monday
and Tuesday, May 11, 12 and 13.
Starring with Flynn in this colorful
romance are Olivia de Haviland,, Bus:
Rathbone, Claude Rains and Eugene
Pellette. The tale o f history’s most
beloved rogue and his merry men as
they come fighting again for Richard
King of the Lion’s Heart.
the outlaw forest they come to storm
and take forever the castle o f ro
mance. Porgram concludes \.it„ .
mid Toreador” and news.
“ You’ll Find Out"
On bargain nights, Wednesday a„c
Thursday, May 14 and 15 the Esta
presents Kuy Kyser in “ You’ Tl Find
Out.” with Peter Lorre, Boris Kar
lo ff and Bela Lugosi. This is billed
as the greatest novelty show in a
generation. It is a buffing, chiller-
thriller mystery told to the hottest
tunes eVer on the stage, screen, radio
or record. Also the feature ‘ Picturi
The agricultural committee o f the
Eagle Creek grange is sponsoring a
free motion picture “ Power Farm
ing” at their grange hall on Thursday
During the month o f May only, a
night. May 15. There will also be a
Heavy Duty Zenith Tube FREE with
short comedy. Everybody welcome.
every Zenith Tire sold at the C. M}
Sparks Hardware Co., Estacada—
WEATHER TOO MEAN
FOR THE MEAN1ES
The mean weather last Sunday wa*
too mean for the Estacada-Currins-
ville Mtanies and as a result there
was no ball game .
P. T. A. NOTES
The pre-school clinic will be held on
Friday, May 18 at 9 a.m. in the
grade school lunch room. It is a splen
did opportunity for all children who
are to enter school this fall to st-
•” >o tn:* free physical and dental
The May meeting o f the PTA is to
be an evening meeting to be
held Tuesday evening, May 13 at
7:30 in the grade school auditorium,
'l tallation of officers will follow,
the business and musical program.
The meeting will be concluded with a
farewell hour and refreshments for
the teacheis who are leaving at the
conclusion of school this year.
Band Will Go
Estacada union high school for the
first time in its history is sending
School Music competition festival this
spring. The band and girls glee club
will participate in the Region one eon
test which Is being held at Tacoma
May 16 and 17.
Thau the cooperation of the wholu
community enough money has been
raised to send over ninety students
by bus for the two day festival in
which representatives from Oregon,
Washington,, Montana and Idaho will
participate. All groups or students
who enter the competition at Taco-
1 m i have been selected from the var-
I ious states thru their receiving su
perior ratings in state contests.