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About Clackamas County news. (Estacada, Or.) 1928-1957 | View Entire Issue (May 16, 1941)
FRIDAY, MAY Iti, I'M
òunty N ews
FREE LUNCHEON AT
Forest Guards BOY
City “ Clean Up’
Base Ball Season Band Will Go
on Duty Lodge Betty health
Wheeler from the Jennings'
& Sauer of the Currins
Day May 21st
to Tacoma ville Tunnell
club und James Faust
Mercantile company at Currins
NEW DIRECTIONAL SIGNS TO EE
ERECTED IN LOCAL DISTRICT
OF MT. HOOD NAT. FOREST
Forest guards Suter, Pedersen»
Oiser, Williams and government pack,
er Wainock are beginning mainte
nance of forest service trails this
wee k. In addition to the maintenance
of the trails in this district which
will take until the middle of July
some 150 informational and direc
tional signs will be erected for the
convenience of the traveling public.
Mileages indicated on the new signr
will b,e accurate as most of the trail.-
were carefully measured last year
About 50 of the new signs are hand
carved and were constructed by thi
CCC sign shop at Zigzag. Most of thi
signs are for erection in the Colla
wnch watershed and vicinity.
Foreman Charles Kitching and Foi
est Guards Hale and Ruhl are be*
ginning road maintenance this week
About 100 miles of forest roads will
be maintained in this district prior
to July 1st.
The usual large attendance is ex
pected at the annual picnic of the
Eagle Creek grange to be held this
Saturday, May 17 at the grange hall.
The program will start off prompt,
ly at 10 a.m. with a contest on model
gas powered airplanes for students
of Benson Polytechnic high school in
Portland. These planes are exception
ally interesting a3 they are skillfully
made and are controlled from the
At 11 a.m. free motion pictures of
Mexico will be shown and from 12
o’clock noon until 2 p.m. the time will
be occupied with lunch and taking ol
group pictures of grange members.
It is especially desired that all of the
older grange members get in on these
pictures. The ladies of the grange will
have lunch and coffee for sale.
The time from 2 to 5 p.m. will bt
occupied with general discussion ol
farm problems and an entertainment
program of varied nature.
The annual dance will be held in
the evening at Anderson’s hall in Ea
gle Creek with music by Pinney’s or
RETURNS HOME ON
LEAVE FROM THE NAVY
Hugh E. Hughes, son of Mr. anr
Mrs. H. E. Hughes of Estacada whe
has been in the U. S. navy for the
past several months returned home
Sunday on a 28 day leave. Hugh
came here from Mare Island where
his ship the cruiser Astoria is being
remodeled. Since leaving Estacad.’
Hugh spent the winter at Pearl Har
bor, Hawaii. He is very enthusiastic
over navy life.
CYNTHIA PURCELL WEDS
JACK G. BROADHURST
Miss Cynthia May Purcell daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. V. K. Purcell os
Estacada and Jack G. Broadhurst,
son of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Broadhurst
of Springwater were united in mar
riage on Saturday,, May 10 at 11
a.m. at the home of Dr. Perry O
Hopper, pastor of Westminster Pres*
byterian church in Portland in the
presence of the parents of the hrid,
After the wedding relatives gath,
ered at the home of Mrs. Edw. Han
nah a cousin of the bride in Port
land for the reception at which time
coffee, ice pream artd the bride;
caloe was served. The room was at
tractively decorated with flowers.
The bride was beautifully gowned iij
a dark dress with white accessorie
and wore garden ¡ass. After the re
ception the young couple left on r
honeymoon trip to Oregon beaches
The groom is employed in Portland
by a construction company. The
bride is a graduate of the Estacada
union high school and attended Pa
Mr. and Mrs. Broadhurst will live
in the Bonny Brae apartments ii
from the Eastham health club have
been judged the healthiest boy and
girl in Clackamas county according
to Edwin Keltner 4-H club agent.
Forty-two boys and girls have just
completed special health examinations
by Dr. Ross Eaton of Oregon City.
These examinations were sponsored by
the Clackamas county health asso
ciation and the Clackamas county 4-H
leaders league. These two high scor
ing members will be guests of the
Oregon City Kiwanis club at their an
nual luncheon during the county fail
at which time they will be presente,I
with golu medals. The Kiwanis club
will also sponsor their tiip to the
state lair where they will compete in
the state health contest.
Joan Lawrence of Springwater and
Wayne Beatty of South Highland
were winners last year and Waynq
placed third in the state contest. The
»ive highest scoring boys and girls
in the county will leceive ribbons
and special prizes offered by the
county fair board following the coun
ty fair in August.
They are as follows: Girls: 1st Bet-
„y Wheeler, Jennings Lodge; 2nd Vio
let Ulingsworth, Redland; 3rd, Lois
Keed, Estacada; 4th Elizabeth Gut-
-ridge, Springwater; 5th Marvis An,
Boys: 1st, James Faust, Eastham/
2nd Bob Lauderback, Springwater
3rd, Clifford Brandt, Evergreen; 4th
Don Schmeer, Colton; 5th Willaic
Dean Eggers, Eldorado.
ALUMNI ASS’N SPONSORS
TAP DANCE REVUE
ville are cordially inviting everyone
to come to their store on Saturday,.
May 17th for a free luncheon which
will be served from 10:30 a.m. to
1:30 p.m. Mr. Tunnell in speaking
of the free luncheon said: “‘This will
not be samples b,ut a complete lunch
eon with a menu consisting of Swifts
Premium tomato juice. Swifts as
sorted lunch meats, Swift’s Prem,
jwifts Brookfield cheese, Bakeritq
bread, Rich’s coffee, pickles, olives
und potato salad.
Special prices on all Swift and 1 0 m
pany pioducts and many other items
will be in effect thruout the day,
Saturday,, May 17th.
F’ull details will be found in the
page advertisement of Tunnell &
Sauer elsewhere in this issue.
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ESTACADA MERCHANTS WILL ESTACADA UNION HIGH SCHOOL
PLAY KEM SIGNS OF PORT- B .ND AND GLEE CLUB LEAVE
TODAY FOR FESTIVAL
LAND HERE SUNDAY
The baseball season In Estacada
will be officially opened next Sun
day May 18 at 2 p.m. when the Es
ucada Merchants cross bats with the
Kem Sign team of Portland.
The local team having got started
so late in the season will not enter
a league until the half which will be
in two or thsee weeks.
The Estacada Merchants wish to
take this opportunity of thanking the
following for their kind donations for
uniforms and equipment.
Mayor S. E. Wooster, C.O. Troupe,
Dale Russell, Sagner’s Cafe,, Bob
Marchbank Esta Theatre, Estacada
Pharmacy, R. L. Weeman, Marchbank
Confectionery, L. D. Meade, Cur-
rinsville, Mercantile Co. Dr. Kramer,
Frank Shelton, L.L. Jenkins,, Hedge-
cock Grocery, Estacada Meat Co.
Geo. Lolton, Geo. Ramsey, Barthio-
Uiew Feed & Supply,, Clearwatei
Shoe Shop, Dick’s Service, Bob Cooke,
Motor Co., Wade Service Station,
Clyde’s Service, Underwood Store,
Eagle Creek Inn, Selective Service,
Dr. Gilbert, Barber Shop LaBarn
Bldg., Sparks Hardware.
To date $33 has been collected.
Uniforms will cost $60.75 and $44
for equipment. All those who did
nut have a chance to help can do so
by turning out to the game next
The Estacada Alumni association
is sponsoring the Jane Edwards tap
dunce revuue to be held in the Esta REV. M. A. MARCY
cada high school auditorium on Wed VISITS LOCAL CHURCH
nesday evening May 21. Everybod;
welcome. Admission adults 15 cents Dr. M. A. Marcy district superin.
. rade school children 1U cents.— Ad\ tendent of the Portland district will
be the speaker at the Methodist
church next Sunday morning at 11
jREAT TRAIN ROBBERY
o’clock. After the service there will
be a pot luck dinner served in th^
»1 ESTA THEATRE
church dining room, At 2:30 p.m.
our last quarterly conference fo i
The first feature of the double biT this year will be held piesided over
at the Esta theatre Friday, Saturday by
Dr. Marcy. Everyone is cordiaily
May 16 and 17 stars Bob Steele ii invited to be present. Don’t miss
‘The Great Train Robbery.” Here i
Dr. Marcy and come prepar
an exciting mystery picture with a hearing
Irainload of action and thrills. Thr with us. and enjoy the good dinne.
ccond featuie is entitled “Meet the At 8 o’clock the mens chorus will
Missus” and stars the Higgins Fam- give an inteiesting program of negri
,y. A great laugh adventure of the spirituals, songs and ballads.
.creen’s scrappiest family.
Gone With the Wind”
The greatest screen entertainmen
of all time “Gone With the Wind” in
technicolor will be shown at the Est;
theatre on Sunday,, Monday, Tues
day, May 18, 19 and 20. There will
,nso be a matinee at 1:45 p.m. ot
A carload of cotton and ticking has
arrived in Clackamas county to be
‘“Gone With the Wind” is the most used
cotton mattress program.
aiihiul filmization of a novel the Bales in of the cotton
each weighing 50IJ
screen has ever attempted. Every pounds
were delivered in six of the
word, character and event in Margar cotton mattress
et Mitchell’s great dramatic story tual construction centers
of the mattresses
lives on the screen. It contains un should begin within
the next week
doubtedly the most beautiful am or ten days at Canby
at the fair
oreathtaking technicolor photograph} grounds, Colton at the Luther
conceivable. Clark Gable is a perfec park, Estacada in the Currinsville
Ilhett Butler,, Vivian Leigh, is wholly school, in the Mulino community
Scarlett. Leslie Howard and Olivi:
and the Elliott Prairie commun
de Haviland surpasses anything she hall
and the Norris Young garagt
“Gone Wiht the Wind will be
other centers for the construo
shown at the Esta in its entirety, tion Five
of mattresses will be established
nothing out. It is a picture that will in June.
The cotton mattre*3 program
be remembered as long as men and is a cooperative
project of the agri
women can still thinx and speak.
“Boy* From Syracuse”
surplus marketing corporation, ex
The lively musical comedy ’“Boy tension seivice and the farm security
From Syracuse” will be at the Est zdministration. Thru the program sur
Wednesday and Thursday. May 21 plus cotton is made available to low
and 22 bargain nights. A picture that income families. Fifty pounds of cot
is diffeient, delightful and daring ton and 10 yards of ticking are av»
Program concudes with scenic "Mo ailable for each eligible family unde»
Applications for these mattresses
EASTERN STAR MEETING
closed on April 1 at which time 801
applications for 1416 mattresses were
A regular communication of Moun, received. Thru the activities of the
rain Chapter No. 108 O. E. S., wilj home demonstration agents office tec-
be held in the Masonic temple at •hers have been trained and the on
Estacada on Tuesday evening May 20 nnization has been compelted for
Mothers will be honored and Bethel 'he construction of these mattresses
No. 2, Daughters of Job will be en in the six communities. The commun
ity leaders and teacher* arc donating
ertained. Visitors welcome.
their services to this worth while
By order of the W. M.
Anna Dillon, Secretnryy.
ESTACADA CITY COUNCIL SETS
ANNUAL “CLEAN-UP DAY” FOR
The Estacada City Council at their
Early F’riday morning May 16, the
regular meeting held last Tuesday
high school band and glee clubs will
evening named Tuesday May 21 as
leave oil three busses for Tacoma,
official “Clean-up Day” for the city
Wash., to participate in Die regions,
onlest of the national school music
Residents of Estacada are reques
con.petition festival. The girls’ glee
club will sing Friday morning and
ted to sack up their tin cans and otl^j
er rubbish and then notify Marshall
.lie band will play Saturday.
Dale Russell who will have the truck
Because lodging is unavailable a:
stop at your place. Everyone should
Tacoma for such a large number,
make an effort to clean up their
approximately ninety student accomo
property and have all cans and refuse
dations have been made at 3 hotels
ready to be hauled away when the
in Seattle. The group will return
GONE WITH THE WIND”
To make this trip possible many of AT ESTA THEATRE
the local townspeople, merchants and
parents together with the school Acclaimed as the greatest enter,
hoard have willingly contributed to tainment of all time the glorious tec!}
the fund necessary for covering the nicolor motion picture “Gone Wit!
expense. Even the classes have made the Wind” will be at the Esta theatre
up an amount from their treasuries. this Sunday, Monday and Tuesday
The students wish to express then Mqy 18, 19 and 20. There will be
a delicious banquet served
sincere appreciation for the interes' one sliow each evening. Doors open by After
economics class upou
which the community has shown in at 7 o’clock with feature starting
decorated by the
their achievements in music this year at 7 :45. There will be a matinee on
Following is a list of persons who Sunday only at 1:45 p.m. For prices Estacada Garden club the meeting of
have given donations:
and other information read the ad the Farmers and Merchants held il)
Earl Gunter,, Mable Wooster, Miss vertisement on the last page of thi- the high school here Wednesday ev
Sturgeon, H. R. Poole, Paul Syron, newspaper.
ening was called to order by J. A.
Melvin F. Johnston, Minnie Forman,,
Westcott of Boring.
Mrs. Eola Speer, Ann’s Beauty Shop SOLICIT FUNDS FOR
The meeting began with a movie
pe, M. II. Skinner, Olive Mehl, Ray ESTACADA BALL CLUB
speech by R. M. Evans of the agri
Erickson, Oscar Judd, Mollie Bates,
cultural department. Mr. Evans de
R. M. Wade, C. J. Jubb„ Joe Wieder-
hold, Underwood Store, Clara Nevill, Solicitation of funds to provide clared that in view of the enormous
Mrs. A. L. Deardorff, C. M. Sparks, suits for the Est rada town base surplus on hand and falling world
Emery Anderson, C. S. Schock, Ryn- ball team was mam among Estacada markets the farmers should vote for
nings Variety, L. H. Ewalt, Mrs. J . ' business houses on Monday of this the quota limit to stave of 35 cent
W. Reed, H. C. Gohring, J. H. Tracy, week.
H. B. Traylor, A. A. Smith, Harold ,
Following the movie a vocal and
Kitching,, B. Showerman, John Elias-
instruumental program was put on
sen, J. C. Kiggins, Chas. Siedel, G.I^OCAL BOYS ACCUSED OF
by the school faculty.
R. Sagar,, Betty Wallace, Rae Schaef- DISORDERLY CONDUCT
Mr. Enchede state member of the
fer, W.W. Gilbert, Joseph Pope, Russ
agricultural committee made the point
Norquist, Bartholomew Feed, Mrs. A number of local boys were brot that the merchants should give a
into the justice court at Estacada on hand before the farmers are sunk.
W. R. Woodworth, I. W. Tucker, Monday night of this week on a Industries have been subsidized to
Floyd Day, Coffield & Sons, Cooke charge of disorderly conduct. Judge the extent of 8 billion dollars by tar
Motor Co., F. W. Bates, J. T. Tooley, C. O. Troupe presided and Frank iffs The farm AAA has required
O. T. Hedgecock, Bert Park, Cour- Shelton who appeared as attorney for about one billion to date. Mr Donel-
tain, Cuurrinsville Merc. Co., Harold the boys filed a demurrer.
son executive assistant AAA commit
Server, Lisle Walker, Estacada Lbr. Sheriff Fred Reaksecker of Clack' teeman, told the meeting the farmei
Co., Mrs. Leo Fry, L. O. Gerber, amas county and deputy district at- and businessmen are getting closei
Ralph Ahnert, D. B. Eshleman, Dorr: , torney Robert Mulvey were present in cooperation. One third of the far
Clester, Otto Houdek, W. C. Scrut- j and talked on law enforcement and mers are not signed on the AAA quo
ton, Mildred Castile, Earl Lankins order.
ta limit but they produce what they
V. L. Johnson,,, Patricia Wood, Sam
want and ride on the prices set l>y
Barr, Marguerite C. Midford, Mrs.
the quota signed. Local fanners
Nellie Baker, George Geil, Ken Wade,
should cooperate with eastern Ore
Glen Collins, R. C. Reed, Geo. Four
gon on the quota limits Mr. Doneb
ier, Mrs. R. O. Goodrich, L.L. Jen
kins Mrs. O. A. Lins, Mrs. H. F. Ritt-
The following business men and
man, II. M. Kramer, O. M. Stonner,
farmers put on a panel discussion.
Mrs. A.D. Burnett, It. J. Sponhaucr, Clackamas county has a quota of Walter Buse, Oregon City; Fred Co-
S. E. Lawrence, Z. P. Coop, Harry 23 CCC boys for the month of May chell, Milwaukie; Glen Cumberland,
Kitching, H. J, Laswell, Mrs. S. Mey and enrollments will be received a» Sherwood; G. K. Gill, Redland; E. A.
ers, O. V. Coop, Audrey Aasen, Em the Clackamas county welfare office ivoen Oregon City; and G. F. Becker
ery Ford, E. A. Hartman, George in the courthouse at Oregon City on of Gresham on the subject of th>|
future welfare of the farmer. Some
May 22 and 29.
Vuene Ball, Mrs. E. L. Meyers, If, Under the new law governing CCC speakers advised against over expan
D. Carlon, JoAnne Moll, Mrs. H. C. enrollments boys who have been in ding on account of expected post war
Wright, Walter L. Smith, Wilma Keh» the camp before can go back in ;i depression though this was disput
ierg, S. L. Campbell., Virginia Shaw, months instead of six months as for ed by one speaker who referred to
le en Osborn, H. B. Earnest, Con- merly.
world war No. 1. The following re
tance Laughlin, Fred Tents, Mrs. B. Any boy who is unmarried and i\ marks were made: “The present war
’aust„ Lois Smith, Jessie A. Brown, citizen of the Uniteu States and be should be paid for by income taxes
’ • il Still, Allene Wilson, Mrs. E. J. tween the ages of 17 and 24 year? and not increased real taxes.’ “The
Yocum, C. D. Bush, Jesse Foster, may enlist in the CCC.
farmer would pay an income tax
'ale Russe l, Mrs E. Hafer, Everet The boys are given a choice of with a smile, if he had one.’” “Infla
Kiggins, F oyd Whitrock,, Mrs. H. C. training in more than 150 types of tion to be guarded against.”
Hover, F. E. Erickson, Frank Chev work and thus may be learning a vo On the question of what change
ron,, Walter Smith (Eaile Creek) cation while earning. The boys ar* in agriculture can be made to en
Champ Vaughan, Frank Shelton, Mrs. placed in the camp which hand!-.- hance our national defense the follow
T. Lamper, Geo Lofton, Bob Storey. the particular type of work in whicl ing was offered: “Keep up farmer
Lena M. Munger, Mrs. A. Sagner, R they are interested.
education as to diversifying crops,
O. Reed, Eva L. Glover, S. E. Woos Each boy receives $30 a month $15 and soil improvement and let him
ter, Mrs. Gwen Sarver, Bud Rivers. of this amount being sent to depen have a little money too. Business cur-
It. L. Weeman, F. G. Robley, Eth* dents $7 is placed on deposit and $f tail credit or installment sales, set
el Hoffman, R. G. Marchbank, J. I is given the boy for spending money up a labor court and penalize both
Outtridge, Chas. Horger, F. E. Dool, The hoys work 8 hours a day foj ides until strikes are settled. The
ay, Byron Mckenzie , Earl Odell, Do- 5 days a week except during an em farmer is prepared for defense by the
lothv Kiggins, L. D. Meade, Adolph ergency.
AAA program. Can expand or retract
Still, Marehbenk Confer., E. E. Os- Undoubtedly the CCC program i' under it. Educate consumer public
b r-ne. Sam Wilson, Minnie March- one of the most vulunble ever insti as to food values, fresh against high
bsnk, H. Finney, S Whee’er, H. A. tuted by the United States govern ly processed products.
InBarre, Claience Kitching, I. Suh- ment. It builds a boy's self respect, In summarizing the panel discus
:tnick, C. L. Clearwater, Clnik Pos- his mind and his body so that he will sion J. J. Inskeep said that in viem
>r. H. Cleve’ard, Heniy Suter, F. J, be better equipped to seize the oppor- of world conditions after the present
So ner. Art A If, A. H Fasel, E. A ' nnifes and to make hi' way in the crisis we might be compelled to
Dues, E. W. Cutting, L A. Chapman world. All this is possible becam e I change from production for profit to
W. E. Hvdc. Leslie Beckgren, Frank is "overnn ent strivin™ to make him production for use.
Vaughan, W. L. Hale, Hazel Me self-reliant and independent offer? It will certainly be difficult edu
Ginnis, L. R. Hayden, Mrs. Rando p‘ him employment with remuneration cating some of those old timers who
Clyde Sehork, Mrs., T. Jubb, Fre-h- for the work he accomplishes in the have their brains grooved in the old
man class, Sophomore class, Juniot |con-ervrtion of the nation’s natural way to see the necessity for the
class, Senior class, Speech class.
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