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C lackamas ouNTY N ews
H. S. District
POPPY DAY MAY 24TH
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Commencement Local High School
Here May 29th
FREE LUNCHEON AT
ESTACADA MEAT CO.
on Deep Creek
T h A Kstacada Meat company, H.
Saturday, May 24 was proclaimed
proprietor is conhuhy
as Poppy Day in Estacada in a pro
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to coine to the Ks-
LEGAL VOTERS OF F.STACADA clamation issued today by Mayor CLASS OF 1941 ESTACADA UN. NINETY-ONE STUDENTS FROM uicauu Meat company store on Sat
A large delegation o f Portland Me.
Wooster. The Mayor called upon all
thodists last Sunday joined a cara
DISTRICT U-6 WILL MEET ON citizens to observe the day by weur-
ION HIGH SCHOOL WILL RE.
LOCAL SCHOOL MAKE TRIP urday, May ¿4 ior a free luncheon
winci; wui he served from lu:3u a.m. van to tho atco o f the proposed Me
the memorial poppy o f the Amer.
TO TACOMA FESTIVAL
CIEVE THEIR DIPLOMAS
thodist retreat camp on the Sandy-
ican Legion and auxiliary.
A complete luncheon will be serv Eagle Creek highway.
The proclamation stated:
The 80-acre tract is about midway
The annual budget meeting of Es.
The thirty-second annual commen
On Friday morning May 16 at 4 ed with the following menu: ¿»wilts
“ Whereas, the wearing of the me cement program o f the Estacada un ->.m. ninety-one students hoarded Premium tomato juice, Swifts assor- , between the two communities and at
tacada union high school district No.
U-6 will be held in the high school morial peppy is a fitting and effec- ion high school will take place in
M & m y crosses
-hiee busses driven by Mr. Cooke, ted lunch meats, Swifts B.ooktietu * point where
building to begin ut the hour o f 2 1 ^ve way o f keeping bright the mem- the high school auditorium on Thurs
cheese, fia n z Butternut bread, Got- Deep Cra*k’ Much o i ^ cleared por-
to 8 o ’clock on June 23rd.
I ory o f those young men who gave day evening. May 29 at 8 o’clock.
-en Vv esi cuitee, pickles, olives anu tion o f the tract is visible from the
Following is the program o f the .ouiiiey to Tacoma to compete in the potato salad. Mr. Gohring said these roadway as the highway bisects the
The meeting is called for the pms i tlleir lives in America’s service in the
national music competition festival will not tie samples but a complete property.
pose ot eiectmg one director for the World War and
The way in which Deep Creek runs
,e(j* Processional “ Pomp and Circum along with nearly 5000 contestants. meal.
term oi five years. Lloyd H. Ewaltj
Whereas, men o f Estacada served
stance,” Elgar. By Estacada union
present chairman o f the board will gallantly in that war, some being cal-
Special prices on all Swift and com th~u the tract makes possible the
By eleven o ’clock the busses ar
high school orchestra.
construction of two independent
not be a candidate for reelection. R. led upon to sacrifice their lives i
rived ut the Jason Lee school where pany products and many other items
Invocation, Rev. Jos. Pope.
camps so that more than one group
0 . Reed it is understood will be a that service, and
Song, “ The Builders” by Cadman. the girls after attiring themselves in urday, May 24th.
might use the property at the same
Whereas, the present national en
-ueir blue sailor dresses sang for the
Senior boys sextette.
The school budget for the fiscal erigency requires the same type of
Prices and full information will be time.
The option of the site must be ex
year beginning June 29, 1941 and unselfish patriotism displayed by the Address, June Homer, salutatorian, judging. In concert singing they re found in the full page advertisement
ending June 29, 1942 ns prepared by men and symbolized by their memor. Musical number “ Indian Love Call” ceived un excellent rating but the of the Estacada Meat company else ercised within two weeks according
to Dr. Milton A. Marcy district su
the budget committee o f which Lloyd ial flower, and
sight reading gave them a contest where in this issue.
perintendent who has approved the
H. Ejjjj^t is chairman and Fred W
Whereas' the women o f the Amer Address, Muriel Lombard, valedic grade o f good or III.
undertaking. The young people are
R. E. A. POI.ES ARE PLACED
Bates is secretary appears in todays
ican Legion auxiliary will distribute
in a campaign to raise $2000 before
issue o f this newspaper.
veteran-made memorial poppies thru- Musical numbers, ‘Trelude,” by Ro ants and sight seeing in Tacoma the
Poles of the 56-mile distribution June 1 to pay for the property and
out the city on Saturday,, May 24,
nald,, and “ I Love Life” by Man- group was transported to Seattle line o f tho Northeast Clackamas El
NEW MAPS AT THE
another $2000 soon thereafter to ine.
Zucca. Senior girls ensemble.
Now, therefore I. S. E. Wooster,
COOKE MOTOR CO.
where they lodged for the night in ectric Co-op. Inc., have nearly an prove it.
Mayor o f the City of Estacada, do Address, Walter C. Biersbach, presi
been placed in the Bjornstedt road
dent o f Pacific University.
New road maps have been received proclaim Saturday, May 24, to be
community. This week the contrac CONTRACT GIVEN FOR
at the Bob Cooke Motor company gar Poppy day in the City o f Estacada
to Seattle the band played with oth tors, Way man and Huenergard of CROSSING AT CLACKAMAS
age and are ready for distribution.
and urge all citizens to observe the ior class chorus.
er class C bands and were given a Portland will move their crew to the
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i^ y by wearing the memorial poppy Presentation o f diplomas, Lloyd H.
good or 111 rating. The remainder of Dover district, Sandy Heights alrea
A contract for construction o f an
o f the Americun Legion and Ameri
BENEFIT DANCE FOR
the morning was spent in listening to dy has its poles but no wire stringing over head crossing on the 82nd street
can Legion auxiliary in honor o f the
ESTACADA BALL TEAM
other bands, watching marching man
highway at Clackamas including grad
men who died for America in the Presentation of awards, by Principal
euvers and collecting souvenirs. The men o f the rural homes in the dis ing, paving and construction o f two
Melvin F. Johnston.
A benefit dance for the Estacada war o f 1917 and 1918.
return trip was made in the after trict to be served by the power co timber bridges has been awarded to
Benediction, Rev. Jos. Pope.
Merchants, Estacada’s baseball team
noon with a stu;- at Olympia to sen op have been wired for electricity.
Roy L. Houck of Salem for $97,016
will be held in Estacada Lake park G.A.A. HOLD PLAY DAY
The project is being financed thru
Class colors are blue and silver; the state capital.
state highway commission announ
pavilion this Friday evening, May
class flower is yellow rose buds and
The students were accompanied by an R. E. A. loan o f $66,000.
23rd. There will be the best o f dance
The second annual play sponsored the class motto is “ We Have Climb Mr. and Mrs. Johnston, Mr. and Mrs.
This project is located a short dis
music and everybody is assured a
HIGH SCHOOL TENNIS TEAM
by the girls’ athletic association was ed the Foothills; Yonder Lies the Eliassen, Misses Wilson, Laughlin,
tance north of Clackamas and will
good time. Come and support your
held at Estacada union high school
go over the Southern Pacific tracks.
baseball team by attending the dunce.1
In accomplishing this trip the stu
May 10 from 9:30 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Babler Bros., contractors o f Oregon
fhe tennis team of the Estacada City and Portland received a $127,-
Baccalauureate services for the dents feci that the music department
Silverton, Gresham and Sandy were
class o f 1941 will be held in the high
guests o f the local high school.
7 h, Stn00‘ * T COmple* d
contract from the state for gra-
school auditorium of the high school wish to express their gratitude to
Approximately one hundred ten
r , loss was
y r to v Gresham
iT ,edin« - d
.95 mu. «* * .
building on Sunday evening, May
Vollmer creek and Nccanicum junc
girls attended and took part in the
in the second singles and doubles.
25 at 8 o’clock. Following is the pro
tion o f the W olf Creek highway and
following games: Darts, villey ball,
Parkrose, Canby,, Molalla and Silf
one for $7025 for placing pier pro
horseshoes, basketball, folk dancing,
Air from “ Alcest.e” by Gluck, In.
tection for the swing span pier for
badminton, table tennis, softball,
THEATRE THIS FRI.-SAT.
Every ex-service man in the Esta kickpin, speedball, archery and ten
the league the team met and defeated the bridge over the Wilamette river
cada community is urged to attend nis.
Gene Autry, America’s No. 1 cow. West Linn and Milwaukie. On Tues at Corvallis. .
“ Children’s Prayer” by Humperdinck
a meeting to be held in the American
movie star will be at the Esta day the team played o ff with Gre-
Lunch was served at 12:30 after
and “ Ave Maria” by Schubert.
Legion hall at Estacada next Monday
theatre this Friday and Saturday, snam on the Canby court. Each tean.
which pictures o f the different
evening,, May 26 at which time or
May 23 and 24 in a grade A musical had previously lost one match.
ganization will be perfected o f a dis groups were taken and records were
western that’s tops in entertainment. results o f this meet were:
Sermon, Rev. Fred C. Taylor.
aster relief committee and guard and played for folk dancing.
Singles, Estacada Park, Gresham
“ Beautiful Savior” by Christiansen. “ Back in the Saddle” Gene is rid
ing to new western adventures with Larson, 6-1; 6-0.
Inasmuch as exx-service men ur<, TIRE OPPORTUNITY PRESENTED
Estacada, Weaver; Gresham, She:
a sixgun load o f popular songs and
Benediction, Rev. Jos. Pope.
better fitted thru previous military
The annual school meeting o f Es
bert. 6-2, 6-8, 5-7.
; n current sale
experience to carry out disaster re
Doubles, Hammond, Cobb; Carpen tacada school district No. 108 will
lief and guard work they are being
LOCAL CLUB THIRD PLACE IN
be held at the grade school to begin
Mary Lee, Edward Norris and Jac ter, Marriage. 1-6, 4-6.
Anticipating the year’s first newj
askéd to augment the civil police au
COUNTY FLOWER SHOW
Roy Park com peted the league at the hour of 8 o ’clock p. m. on
thorities in case o f emergency.
June 16, 1941.
on this double bill program is entitled -chedule undefeatea and with Mr.
In case o f disaster the men of the annual Spring sale has just been an
The meeting is called for the pur
Murder Among Friends” . A gay pic
local guard and patrol platoons will nounced by Bob Cooke, local Good
to Reed college Friiday where he will pose o f electing one director for a
immediately take over until such time year dealer who points out that the in the county flower show held Sat ture o f laughs, chills, and thrills
compete in the state tournament. term o f three years and one district
as the civil police authorities can opportunity is timed to coincide with urday, May 10 at Oregon City. Sev where two gay young romancers find
Roy Park won the sngles in 1940 and clerk for a one year term and the
themselves knee deep In a wholesale
take care o f the situation.
the beginning of what may be th<
transaction o f business usual at such
became state champion.
S. E. Lawrence, local Legion com country’s biggest driving period in to Oak Grove and second to the West murder plot with $200,000 to the one
mander, F. E. Dooley post adjutant any one year.
who stays alive.
Gene Autry, Ainer.ca’s No. 1 cow
The budget for the school year be.
and Grover Kiggins have been at
Present plans for sales dates cov
“ *vV extern Union”’
boy star will be at the Esta theatre ginning June 16, 1941 and ending
tending school at police headquar ers the period from May 21 to 31 dui side Garden club and Mrs. W. E.
Sunday, Monday and Tuesday ev this Friday and Saturday, May 23 June 17, 1942 as prepared by the
ters in Portland and will be able to ing the 10 days o f which dealers na Wihelm o f the Little Garden club all
May 25, 26 and 27 the Esta and 24. “ Back in the Saddle’” is one budget committee who met on Mon
give first hand instructions on meth
tionally will feature’ the first-line
According to the Portland papers presents the beautiful technicolor o f Gene’s best pictures. Second fea day night o f this week appears in
ods to be used in this wirk.
G-3 All Weather tread tire offered on Estacada used potted plants in their picture “ Western Union.”
Here is ture on this program is the hilarious todays issue o f this newspaper. The
It should be clearly understood the
a special tradein as wei! as the All- exhibit. The club wishes to be cor the greatest story of the wests great comedy "Murder Among Friends.” budget committee is composed o f
local guard and patrol members will
I. W. Tucker, chairman, F remo nil
American in four popular sizes all rected in that detail as there are story teller,, Zane Grey. There’s ac Adv.
not be used in labor troubles.
Hayden, secretary, O. A. Kiggins,
attractively priced for the sale.
plenty o f gorgeous flowers in this tion, Indians, drama, romance, adven
Dale Russell, R. M. Wade, J. C. Tun-
Backed by a written guarantee, community without resorting to ture, massacre and intense excite-
nell and O. M. Stoimer.
OLD TIME REVIVAL AT
these tires are built with improved house plants.
men thruout this epic production.
THE CHRISTIAN CHURCH
The exhibit received considerablo Awesome forest fire which is one of
Supertwist cord have increased body
.trength, the G-3 in actual tests haw attention from the public and show the thrill highlights o f this picture
Gresham Bakery special for this
Rev. O. J. Morris announces the
ing averaged 20 percent longer tread ed much planning in the clever way is said to be the most spectacular
week end. Lemon Lime cake. Deli
following subjects for the closing ser
wear than any other first line tires it was arranged.
Graduation exercises for the Es- ciously cool and refreshing. Made
ever screened. The setting o f the pie
vices at the Estacada Christian
Between 75 and 100 persons at
acadu grade school will be held in with the juice o f fresh lemons and
Friday Evangelist Morris
tended the pot luck lunch at noon
lands of the west where death struck the giade school building on Monday, limes. Price 30c and 50c. Order from
With rubber prices steady for tho
will speak on the subject “ For Peet’ s
Estacada was well represented in this
•lay 25th. Following is the program: our bakery truck driver when he
Sake.” Special music by the Morris time being despite a crucial inter attendance as well as the lecture in swiftly and silently as the arrow of
Song “ America” led by Clarence, calls at your home or at our bakery.
twins and the male quartet will sing.
the afternoon when Carl Starker de
eludes with cartoon,, scenic and news “ Toley” Tolman o f radio station, Gresham Bakery.— Adv.
Sermons for Sunday are, at 11 a.m. logical time for those who need tires monstrated flower arrangement.
"Estacada on the Auction Block,” during the summer to make replace
“ The Great McGinity”
Mrs. U. A. Upton was unable to at
Solo, Clarence “ Toley” Tolman.
and at 7 :45 p.m. ‘ “ Is it Good Bye.’*
tend the convention o f the Oregon
The feature for Wednesday and Play, "Wildcat Williie,” cast o f char-
The public is invited to all meet Mr. Cooke, especially since prices federation o f Garden clubs in Grant?
Thursday evenings May 28 and 29, cteis are: Wildcat Willie, Don Esi le
ings. The meetings o f the past week are lowered in a period when buying Pass on Wednesday and Thursday
stars Brian Dunlevy in “ The Great • nan; Gladys, his sister, Donalee Hay
The tap dance program put on by
May 14 and 15. Mrs. A. H. Fasel the
have been very well attended and all
den; Joe, a friend, Harold Grass); the students o f Mss Edwards’ class
McGinity.” He’s modern Samson and
have enjoyed the evangelists unique seasonal demand for new tires to pro clubs only delegate later attended
Kathle, his sister, Mae Henrick- at the Estacada high school auditor-
he certainly gives those Delilahs a
way of preaching the old fashioner} vide safer motor car operation on the postmasters convention with Mr
son; Vernon, ,a friend, Jack Gro urn on Wednesday evening wins large
trimming. One hilarious comedy from
Fasel at Roseburg.
ves; Celia, his sister,
Betty ly attended. The affair which was
start to finish and one o f the best
laugh shows o f the year. Concluding
sponsored by the high school alumni
REV. AND MRS. STREVER LEAVE
Estacada Methodist Church
the program is a cartoon and sport- Song, “ Stout Hearted Men” by girls association proved highly enjoyable.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO
Donnalee Hayden, Frances Cada- MR. AND MRS. R. M. WADE ARE
Sunday school 9:60 a.m.
Rev. and Mrs. H. D. Strever who
nau, Mae Henrickson, LaVonne
Public woi^hip at 11. Sermon sub*
have been conducting meetings at the
Ballou, Florence Cadanau, Dona
ject, “ The Wo: Id’s Light.”
H. C. Glover o f Eagle Creek was RED CROSS NOTES
Rae Watei house, Betty Britton
new Adventist church in Estacada elected president o f the Clackamas
Epworth League at 7 p.m.
The arrival o f Colleen Ann Moel
Our next all day city hall meeting
and Brtty Hughes.
left the first o f the week for San County Mail Carriers association al
ler infant daughter o f Mr. and Mrs.
Starting June 2nd we will give you Francisco where they will hold meet- their annual meeting held recently at
Add ess, “ He Finished,” Losher A Verne Moeller o f Portland has given
equal value in plants to what you buy .ngs until June 10 when they expect Central grange hall. Mr. Glover suc woileers thrt have been helping are
Moyer o'1 Jennings Lodge.
the title o f great grandparents to
net*’ busy with berries and the new So|0> Mr T0]man>
when your purchase* are over 25-c. to return to Portland.
Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Wadi o f Cur-
ceeds Leo McGlade. Donald Allen of
Example: You buy 50-cents worth of
Molalla was chosen secretary. Mrs.
I u se i . ion of diplomas, I. W. T u « rlnsville. This little miss has five
Mrs. Ray Keeth has been very Ml
plants, we give you 50-cents in plants
er, chai iman o f Estacada grade great grandparents and four grand
Edward L. Smoke of Oswego was re larger than the last so we need
in addition. This offer good only dur with neuritis several days and confin elected president o f the auxiliary and MORE new workers. Call 57-11 for
parent living. .Mis. Moeller is known
ing our spring clean up sale. Adsiti ed to her home. Her daughter Mrs.
information or for a oik to be done on " “ 4uld Long Syne,” hy au to her Estacada friends as Alice Hal-
Mrs. Donald Allen secretary.
Gardens, O. V. Coop, Estacada.-Adv. Harry Fanner is with her.
dience led by Mr. Tolman
War Vets Prepare
^ J o r Emergency