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T L A C R a M A ä COUNTY
THIS W E E K ’S SPECIAL
1940 FORD TUDOR Sedan, Original
il green finish.
Has been well kept. This car
sells new for $965. Special
This week o n ly ............................
McRobert Motor Co.
WE ARE NEVER UNDERSOLD
Tel. Gresham 230
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FRIDAY. MAY 23, 1341
Sewing Machine Repairing Expert
work, any make. Good used mach
ines reasonable. New Singers. Ea ;>
pay,, big allowance. D. L. Ue.Ment
Singer Sendee Mach. Co., distribu
tor, 621-7 Oregon City, across iron'
State theatre. Tel. 8161.
terially largely because o f defense
conditions the increase in women stu
dents has been enough to bring the
total cumulative registration for the
year to 5246 or slightly above last
years figure o f 5233 O f the men in
colllege during the spring term 860
are livting in fraternities, 694 in
boarding houses, 267 in dormitories,
247 are batching, 217 are living at
home or with relatives, 173 are mar
ried, 121 live in cooperative hemes
and 40 commute from outside of the
1918 Pontiac 4-door sedan. Heatei
and defroster .........................$595
1937 Pontiac 4-door sedau, radio and
heater ........................................ $495 Commencement at OSC Juna
Regardless o f ground conditions,
properly balanced weight over
the long, broad, grouser-studded
tracks o f the "Caterpillar” Diesel
Tractor make cog-like contact
with the ground.
H ESS E L
We will do custom sawing at reas
onable rates or will saw on shares.
Shingles and rough lumber for sale
at all times. Water Wheel Shingle
Co., Estacads Ore., Tel. 33-31
FOR SALE. 4-room cottage, fire
place, fish pool, beautiful wooded lot
in Estacada. $41)5. Tel. Beac. 0181)
or evenings Beacon 2694. Write to
634 S. W. Broadway, Portland.
We want gram or feed sacka at
once. We have a large contract to
fill. Bring us all your sacka now and
at regular intervals. Tunnell S l Sauer,
lio o e l
I I iiv n
2 Fordson tractors
2 Oliver single bottom 16-inch
22-inch Case separator.
2 work horses.
Rhode Island Red 1939 Chevrolet tudor, heater and
The largest number ever to receive
radio. A good clean car ____ $645
hens. Mrs. B. R. Kimmel, Estacada
D. degrees at one time will be
Ore. Tel. 82-61.
1938 Willys sedan, heater ........ $371 given this highest acadenim recogni
tion this year. Eight have completed
Plymouth sedan, radio and
Dependable, Reconditioned 1937
heater,, A -l shape ................. $47' work for the doctorate. O f the re
Used Tractors and Imple
mainder 109 will receive masters de
1937 Plymouth sedan, heater ... $450
grees and 678 bachelors degrees.
1936 Dodge sedan, radio, a clean
Employment prospects for the gra-
10 Caterpillar standard tread all re
car ..............................................$378 dust«* w • battsr than at any time
conditioned ............................... $775
1936 Chevrolet aedan, heater
$345 in the past decade in most respects,
15 Caterpillar, standard tread, all re
according to reports o f school heads,,
$925 1934 Plymouth coupe, radio, a
although men who are high on the
good buy .........
30 Caterpillar all reconditioned $800
selective service list are experiencing
some difficulty in finding suitable
W Clectrac ...................................$350 1934 Dodge sedan radio and
heater ......................................... $275 placement in the interim.
W Clectrac .............................. $250
Commencement week end will be
Model L John Deere tractor with in 1934 Plymouth sedan, heater ....$250
gin on Saturday with alumni reun
tegral plow .............................. $425 1932 Ford tudor, good cheap car
ion and will include baccaulaureate
Vulcan 2-16 in. tractor plow
service Sunday morning, June 1 at
Oliver 2-12 tractor plow.
1931 Chevrolet sedan ................. $G5 11 o'clock followed by the gradua
John Deere 2-12 in. tractor plow $50 1931 Buick coupe ....................
$65 tion exercises Monday at 10 o ’clock.
50 Oliver walking plow .............$20
1930 Oldsinobile sedan ................. $65
40 Oliver walking plow, 3 to pick
from, all good shape .............. $15 1930 DeSoto sedan, good cheap
Oregon Clubbers Sweep
V Oliv e, walking plow, steel
Regional 4-H Contest
1930 Chrysler sedan ..............
10-in. John Deere walking plow steel
Two Orogon 4-H club members
V4 ton pickup $325 have just been announced as winners
beam ............................................. $10
in the western division in the annual
1935 Ford 1 hi ton flat bed
4-in, Vulcan walking plow, steel
truck .........................................$150 home and crops enterprise account
$35 ing competition, supervised by the
12-in. walking plow ...........
$7.50 1930 Chevrolet pickup ..........
extension service according to notice
6-Ft. John Deere HWA disc harrow Hessel Implement Company just received by H. C. Seymour state
iwlth scrapers .........
club eader from the national commit
International horse mower 5-foot
tee on boys and girls club work.
PH ONE 2 2 »
all reconditioned ................... $45
The two winners ure George W.
Champion horse mower 4 % foot
Blinco, 19 o f Portland and Marjorie
Woodsrd, 17 o f Cottage Grove. Both
all reconditioned .............
LOST. Near foot bridge acros. will receive all-expense trips to the
Stover 88 hammer mill with sacktr.
Clackamas river about 10 miles from twentieth national 4—H club, congress
Like new ...........
Estacada small white dog, long tail
Blizzard 500 cutter with pipe $200 one bad eye. Answers to the name ol in Chicago next November provided
by the International Harvester Co
Myers water head ..............
Anyone finding this dog
Although a city boy young Blincc
please take up and notify Dr. W. E
Hessel Implement Co.
became interested in country life
5252 N. E. Sandy Btvd., Port and arranged to keep accounts on the
John Mul*oy faim in Washington
county. His work won for him first
To contact partle:
cow, fresh in few days. N. M. Tracy, wanting to pick loganberries. Fama place in the state and now first prize
3 miles east o f Estacada. Tel. 14-6. ies p1. eferred. Hans L. Christiansen im the larm division o f the western
region. He has been in club work se
route 2, Estacada. Tel. 27-11.
FOR SALE. Good milk cow. Good
FOR SALE. 30-gallon Hot Poin
Miss Woodward hass been a 4-H-er
milker and easy kepper. Inquire at
electric water heater almost new. H for eight years serving three years
J. Laswell, Tel. 473, Estacada.
as assistant leader. She has also won
the state championship in home ac
FOR SALE. 8 nice weaner pig;
counting before her recoid was jjudg-
7 weeks old, $5 each. Jas. Cross,
ed best ia the west.
miles east Eagle Creek grange hall
FARMERS HAVE MUCH
FARM T R A C TO R CO.
On Loop Highway at Orient
Tel. Day 4 74 2 , Night 475 7
4JI ttjjMhes* "¿x trq ‘*/oalure* aro
inctodod oIs tho F,c rd Tractor
with Ferguson |^wtcm os
We want giain or feed sacks at
once. We have a large contract to
fill. Bring us all your sacks now and
at regular intervals. Tunnell & Sauer,
-y S T t* ° *
Free Enetrgement at Davidaon’i
Drug Store, Gresham, with any 6 or 8
exposure film finish at reaaonabb
price o f 25 cents.— Adv.
FOR SALE. Cook stove. Price $10.
J. J. Marchbank. Tel. Estacada 35-4
DEPENDABLE USED CARS
1940 Plymouth 4-door sedan
BROCKWAY & NELSON
Dodge and Plymouth Dealers
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O i l »ATM A l t C LI A N I I
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OREGON MUTUAL FIRE INSUR
ANCE CO. has LOWEST RATES.
No aaeeesmenta, why pay more? As
sets over $918,660.51. Ask THORNE
A W A L R A D , Agents. Grtshani.-Adv.
We pay highest cash prices foi
cascaia bark, wool and mohair. Tun
nell & Sauer, Currinsville.
SEE Harold Shelhamer for paint
ing, papering, kalsomining, carpen
try, plumbing, plaster patching and
houae raising. Estimates gladly gi
ven. First class work. Eagle Creek,
Oregon. Tel. Estacada 22-4.
SAW S hammered at my shop or
at your mill. Robt. Jonsrud. Tel San
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SUPER HIGHWAY AT
Phon« Oregon City 2-7891
P. O. Box 127
A L Í US F O R . A O I M O N J T R A T I O N
N YOUR OW N FA *M
The western Oregon diversifies
farmer has every bit as much at
stake in the May 31 wheat quota re
ferendum as the eastern Oregon large
scale wheat grower G. R. Cumber
land chairman o f the county AAA
committee said in an interview yes
Pointing out that AAA loans on
stored wheat have stabilized the Am
erican market when the world wheat
market glutted biy a huge surplus is
In chaos Cumberland said that thest
loans are prohibited by law if the
marketing quota is not approved.
“ No wheat loans mean that the
Oregon farmer will get nearer 30
cents a bushel than the present 80
cents for his wheat,” the committee-
“ To the wheat fa»-m»r 30 cen
wheat moans ruin and it means equal
!v hard times for diversified farmer
in Clackamas countyt” Cumberland
said “ Ch»ap wheat means cheap grain
o f all kinds and it means that wheat
farmers unable to make a living rais
ing wheat will go into dairying, into
hogs,, into poultry, creating surpluses
in other types of agricultural pro
W ill wholesale for
McRobert Motor Co.
WE ARE NEVER UNDERSOLD
Tel. Gresham 230
Although enrollment of men stu
dents this year hae dropped o ff rna-
a K k flB H
B ia i
CH1TTUM BARK THIEVES
GET JAIL TERM
A. Roberts o f Rainier and Lee
Reed o f Firebaugh, Calif.., have been
sentenced to 30 days eaah in the
county jail charged with stealing chit
turn bark from E. V. Miller property
at Sandy. The sentences were impos
ed by Judge J. R. Hall o f Sandy.
BA R TO N
“ W here Ynu hear RCA Sound” the “ Magic Voice of the Screen” end
ee the Best ia Pictures
Friday and Saturday, May 23 and 24
“ M URDER A M O N G F R IE N D S ”
Laughs and thrills, kisses between killings. It’s a scieam, plus
Gene Autry in
“ B A C K IN TH E S A D D L E ”
With Smiley Burnette, Mary Lee, Edward Morris.
Sunday, Monday and Tuesday, May 25,, 26 and 27
"W E S T E R N U N IO N ”
The west caught at last in the magic glow o f technicolor. The
greatest story of the west by the west’s great story teller. Program
concludes with cartoon, scenic and news.
Wednesday and Thursday, May 28 and 29
Brian Dunlevy, Muriel Angelus, Akim Tamirof in
“ TH E G R E A T M CG 1N TY”
FRIDAY Thru MONDAY
Cash and Carry Special
HIGHEST QUALITY at LOWEST PRICES
BROILER-FRYER R A TIO N , 100 lbs.......... $ 2 . 2 0
D A IR Y FEED, 167», 80-lbs/
...................... $ 1 . 2 0
M IN E R A L
V IT A M IN
Try it. The results will convince you.
OLD SYSTEM MILLING CO.
7914 S. E. 82nd Avenue
Try one o f the Gresham Bakery’s
delicious lemon lime cakes, a cakq
made with the juices o f fresh lem
ons and limees. You’ll find it just as
cool and refreshing as its name. The
price is 30c and 50c. Order from our
bakery truck driver when he calls
of at our bakery. Gresham Bakery.
ing eggs as well as keeping eggs
fresh until they are delivered to mar
ket are invited to attend the meeting.
Necessary equipment will be oq
hand so that each person attending
the egg grading school will have an
opportunity o f trying his skill.
Just look at this, Bridge Beach
iUREKA DENT DECLARED BEST range in A -l condition. All cast, all
enamel. Has smooth top and is in
CORN FOR LATE PLANTING
extra good condition. A wonderful
Com variety trials conducted in buy at $27.50. Also smooth top desks
in living room size. Very nice. Priced
Clackamas county during the pas$
$8.50 and $12.50 Tobaison Second
five years indicate that Eureka dent
is by far the best variety for late Hand Store, Powell Blvd., Gresham.
planting and county agent J J Ins — Adv.
keep recoemmends this particular
com for use for growers who have
been forced to delay planting be
cause o f early May rains.
Eureka dent is a yellow dent de
veloped by the South Dakota experi
ment station. It is a high yielding
early and drought resistant. Since
this variety is not a hybrid several
Clackamas county grower including
Otto Lucht o f Molalla, R. V. Craw
ford o f Cams and Eldon Kocher of
Needy have seed supplies which they
raised in 1940. Certain seed dealers
also have supplies o f Eureka dent
Growers are warned not to con
fuse Eureka dent with the so-called
Eureka ensilage com .
grows tall and produces few if any
ears and is not recommended for use
The home o f Mr. and Mrs. C.
Whitehead was the scene of a pretty
wedding Saturday eve when their
youngest daughter Anona, was unit
ed in marriage to William McLaugt^
lin o f Portland, Rev. Ware, Baptist
minister of Oregon City reading the WILL TELL HOW TO
ceremony. Guests included only re KEEP EGGS FRESH
latives and friends.
The best method o f keeping eggs
Frank Thomas a Union Pacific
employee is home for a two month: fresh from hen to market and of
visit and is greatly improving his grading for market demands will bo
demonstrated at meetings slated for
place near the Deep Creek bridge.
Tuesday, May 27 at the Oregon City
M rs. Maggie Gilchrist was hostess
chamber o f commerce room by coun
to the Good Wil club Thursday. Mem
ty agent J. J. Inskeep who will bq
bers having birthdays in May were
assisted by N. L. Benion extension
honored with Mis. Marie baking the
poultryman o f Oregon state college
and M. T. Madsen o f the state de
Charles Hoberg and wife of Bake! partment of agriculture at Salem.
Cum lcr’ and
In order to accomodate those who
visited his sister Mrs. B. A. Milsap
county I. >■ e s to see tie:: commun
are unable to attend the afternoon
over the week end.
ity committeemen for full informa
session two meetings will be held the
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Hickmund were first beginning at two o’clock in the
tion on the wheat quota elections.
dinner hosts to friends Friday eve. afternoon and the second at eight o’-
M o r. Women but Fewer Men
tock in the evening.
School closes here Friday with ar
.1 OSC Thl« Year
Poult, ymen and dealers from C'.ack
all day pien c ail 1 the giaduating e:
-.mas county who are interested in
ercises in the evening. Graduates an
Barbara Tucker and Virginia O’Dell. .»any problems of candling and grad
2nd to ba Largest
being awarded this year.
TO THE G R O U N D !
1933 FORD TUDOR, Radio, not in perfect condition
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The seventy-second annual com
FOR SALE. Road gravel and drive TeL Gresham 4748» Orient, Oregon mencement at Corvallis June 2nd will
Nay gravel for sale at pit or deliver
Tel. Sandy, ,4 3 1 , Sandy, Oregon
be the largest in the history o f the
ed. Deep Cre< k Gravel Co., rt. 1, .box
institution in number otf degrees to
101„ Boring, Ore.
be granted reports E. B. Lenton reg
FOR SALE. 1935 Graham Supei,
istrar. The tentative lists show stu
charger coup. Radio, heater, rumble
will receive 795 degrees ail
seat, lots o f ex eras. New opalescent USED CARS & TRUCKS
as compared with 790 last
red paint.. This is a good buy at only BUY WITH CONFIDENCE
year when four honorary degrees
$165. McRobert Motor Co., Gresh 1941 Plymouth sedan, heater and
am, Oregon. Open Sundays.
were given None o f the latter are
M l Ml
W I I O L ESA L E
CAN SAV E MONEY
BY B U Y IN G NO W
Clackamas county farmers can
save $2 by buying their super phos
phate for fall appliciatiou now, G. R.
Cumberland chairman o f the county
AAA committeen announced yester
The phosphate Is available to far
mers now at $20 a ton thru the con
servation materials program of the
AAA plus a $1.00 handling charge.
However Mr. Cumberland pointed ou$
that the price will go upto $23 a ton
on June 1. By ordering the phosphate
now and storing it on the farm unti!
needed a $2 saving can he effected.
Only cash outlay required is a $1
handling charge the $20 a ton cost
being deducted from AA A benefit
payments earned by the farmer.
Since January 1, 7000 tons o f the
phosphate have been delivered to Wil
lamette valley farms thru the AAA
program. Clackamas county farmers
received 544 tons.
Zane Ureys great story o f the west
Western Union” in glorious techni
color will be shown at the Esta thea
tre this Sunday, Monday and Tues
day, May 26, 26 and 27. Starring Ro
bert Young, Randolph Scott, Dean
Jagger, Virginia Gilmore, John Car-
radine and Slim Summerville this is
picture that ia packed with action
and excitement. Included in the pro
gram are cartoon, scenic and news.
The markets of N*w York city
indie IS oei cent at the nation »