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C lackamas C ounty N ews
FRIDAYTTiTA Y SÜT ll> i l
FRED A. PAINE DIES
Be rrjrG rowers C. PROTECTIVE
Guard and Patrol
More Men Called Class of 1941
AT EAGLE CREEK
A. Paine was born at Fair-
C. Henry Williams has been ap
Have Big Year pointed
for Army Graduates Here hank, Fred Iowa,
October 22, 1884 and
protective assistant for the
Clackamas river district. He takes the
ANNUAL REPO R T SHOW S 1940 place of Eugene Matthews as Mr. LOCAL DRAFT BOARD ANNOUN COM M ENCEM ENT
B EST SINCE 1919; 1941 EX Matthews was called into the army CES MEN W HO W IL L BE IN- HELD LAST NIGHT IN UNION
the latter part of April.
PEC TED TO EXCEED 1940
HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUM
Mr. Williams has worked in this DUCTED AS O F JU N E 3
At the annual meeting of the Gre
sham Beriy Growers association held
recently J. J. Fisher, vice president
and manager said that their organi
zation had the biggest year in 1940
since its start in 1919 and that an
even bigger year is in prospect for
The Gieshi-m Berry Growers is the
largest berry packing cooperative in
Oregon and during the past year
made sales of berries and fruits am
ounting to $1,278,974.14. Payments
to growers which are final except for
prunes and cherries were $729,675.-
11 which includes $76,638.67 releas
ed to growers May 13th.
Lists Final Paym ents
Manager Fisher lists the following
final payments In his annual repoit:
Strawberries 5.159 cents per pound;
red raspberries 8.0856 cents; black
raspberries 10.48 cents; loganberries
4.278 cents; youngberries 3.38 cents;
boysenberiies 4.18 cents; and black
berries 33.27 cents. With an addition
al two cent advance on cherries these
totals to date are 4 cents for blacks
and 4 V*. cents for Royal Anne«’ nei
ther of which is final.
Hold A nnual Election
At the annual election all the for
mer directors were reelected to plac
es on the board. All accepted the re-
election with the exception of Robt
Strebin of Troutdale. Lawrence Ayls
worth of Gresham was elected to Mr.
Strebins place. Others elected were H.
C. Compton, V. H. Snipe and Harold
Bushue of Boring. Manager Fisher
said he greatly appreciated the co-
operaton received from every mem
ber of the board in the past and that
he deeply regretted that Mr. Strebin
was not continuing as a member.
Following election of directors the
Berry Growers hoard reelected all
its officers as follows: C. T. Ryan,
Gresham, president; R. D. Mickey,
Gresham, vice president; J. J. Fisher,
Poitland, vice president and manager;
F. J. Becker, Gresham, secretary; and
Cora B. Green, Gresham, .treasurer.
Other members of the board are P,
O. Packard of/Boring and John Camp
bell of Gresham.
Expand P lant
The Gresham Berry Growers larg,
plant has been expanded this season
to handle 300 tons of berries every
24 hours Mr. Fisher said. He expres
sed thanks to the growers for level
ing out their output last season when
a ripening rush nearly swamped the
plant for several days.
A call for pickers has been Issueij
by the hoard. Prices for picking have
increased by one-third and the crop
is of the best quality rains to date
having done but litti« damage.
CARDEN CLUB TO M EET W ITH
On June 2nd at 2 p.m. the Esta
cada Garde^club will meet with Mrs.
B. Schoenburg. All members are ask
ed to bring a flower arrangement,
your choice of line, twin or break
Mrs. A. H. Fasel will give the re
port on the federation convention at
ALUMNI BANQUET HERE
The 28th annual alumni banquet
of Estacada union high school will
be held Saturday night, May 31 in
the high school cafeteria. Banquet
starts at 7 o’clock foln-wea by pro
gram and dance M.rs. Leslie Lynch
is the present president of the or
ESTACADA M ERCHANTS
PLAY H ERE SUNDAY
The Estacada Merchants will play
the Milwaukie baseball nine on the
Estacada diamond next Sunday, June
The Mechants lost a base ball game
last Sunday to the hard hitting nine
of the Oregon penitentiary The score
was 14 to 2.
died at his home near Eagle Creek
May 22, 1941. Mr. Puine was amem
ber of the Engle Creek Presbyterian
church and of the Modern Woodman
Surviving relative* are his wife,
Mabel C. Paine, of Eagle Creek, and
one son and four daughters Mrs. He
len Robbins of Deer Creek, Minn.,
Pobeit Paine ot Eagle Creek, Mrs.
Robert Paine of Eagle Creek, Mrs.
Walter Waldo of Nehalem and Mrs.
Howard Young of Tillamook and 11
giandchildren. He ¡3 also survived
by his mother Mrs. Ida Paine of Oel-
win, Iowa, and three sisteis and two
brothers. Mrs. Herbert Brant, Oel-
wein, Iowa, Mrs. Chas. Moore of
Oelwein, Mrs. Henry Noreen of Uva
City, Calif., Homer Paine of Newcom.
ertown, Ohio and Oren Paine of Ce
dar Falls, Iowa and numerous other
Funeral services were conducted
by Rev. Thomas C. Duncan at 2 p.m.
May 26 from the Chapman Funerall
home and concluding services in the
Forrester cemetery at Eagie Creek.
WAR VETS OF TH IS D ISTRIC T
FORM D ISA STER R E L IE F OR
district for the past seven years be
ing employed at trail work two The following men have been se Commencement exercises for the
As the result of a meeting held in
years, as Bagsby Hot Springs patrol lected
American Legion hall at Esta
man for two years and as head army by Clackamas county draft school were held in the high schoo
cada Monday evening a further meet
quarters guard at Oak Grove ranger board No. 2 at Estacada on Tuesday-
auditorium last night before a crowd
ing was held yesterday evening at
-ation for three years. He will be June 3rd.
which time organization was effected
gin his duties as protective assistant Herbert Ernest Pautsch of route of approximately 1000 people.
at Oak Grove ranger station June 1 2, Molalla.
Dr Walter C. Biershach, piesident
of a local guard and patrol platoon
The district ranger headquarters
by the war veterans of this commun
were moved to Oak Grove ranger sta
tion May 27th. It is eexpected tht#
The meeting Monday evening was
headquarters will be moved to Estu Thomas Elder Reed, route 2, Bro- cation for What.” Diplomas were pre
atleudeu by a .. rge number of war
sented by Lloyd H. Ewalt chairman
cada next fall for the winter.
veterans and lunch enthusiasm was
Forest supervisor A. O. Waha and Ronald Marshall Fleshman, Colton. of the board of directojs and awards
snown ioi tile p-oposed organization.
assistant regional forester M. M. Mer. Floyd Allen Brigham of Zigzag were made by Principal M. F. John
ritt were in Estacada Monday on of CCC, Zigzag.
Commander S. £. Lawrence of the
ficial business pertaining to the dis Donald James Grassick, route 1, ston.
local Legion post presided. He called
Baccalaureate services were held
attention to the fact that much dam
age could be done by sabotage in thg
Martin Jesse Miller, Grays Rock, with a sermon by Rev. Fred C. Tay
community. “In case of em
TROUPE HAS NEW
need a body of men to
Douglas William Grassick, of Til
prevent damage to our
DRIVER A PPLIC A TIO N S
A thletes A w arded L etters
waterworks, power stations and na
tional forest until such time as the
New drivers’ license application Walter Marvin Erickson of Mar- The following boys of the local
civil authorities can assume charge
blanks which must be secured by quam, Oregon.
high school were awarded letters this RED CROSS NOTES
of the situation,” said Commander
luly 1st can now be secured at the Olof Rodegard, Government Camp. week. In senior basket ball, Jerry
Lawrence. “Being too old for the
office of Judge C. O. Troupe or from Walter Hill Hetterly of route 1, Tooley,
living on the grounds it
him at the Hedgecock Grocery and Clackamas.
meeting will be held on Thursday,, will be and easier
for the war veterans
Hans Erick Nielsen transferred to Ramsey, John Etoimer, Bill Gough- June
5. The Eagle Creek group plans of the communiity
•ler, Tom Weaver, Roland Kitching, to bring
to render this ser
Nebraska for induction.
Ba.d Jonnson, Denzil White, Bill us on the 5th and the Currinsville vice to their country than any other
WCSC HAS IN TER ESTIN G M EET GOODYEAR TIR E SALE
Sykes and Howard Lovell weie man will be here on the 19th. Please group,” said Mr. Lawrence. He called
to the fact that war veter
maik these dates on your calendar attention
The Women’s Society of Christian
ans in view of their previous military
Service of the Methodist church met
were also better fitted to
John Stormer, Roland Kitch with old friends and help with thr training
at the home of Mia. R. O. Reed on The Goodyear tire sale at the Bob Smith,
and lead guard patrol
Arden Buser, Bob Judd, Jerry defense work. We have a lot of work and disaster relief
Wednesday afternoon,, May 21. Cooke Motor company will last three ing,
work. “This Is also
The business meeting under the capa more days. Wise motorists should rion Tucker, Kendall Nash, Bill
a job for the war veterans of the
ble leadership of Mrs. Olive Meh! take advantage of this big tire sale Goughler, Jack Lauderbach, Bob
community regardless of whether
decided to hold a “Hat” social in the and get new tires “all around” be Brown, Kenton Miller. Don Erdt and MRS. PAROUNAGAIN
they are members of the Legion or
near future and the various commit fore the heavy driving season starts. Les Courtain were managers.
not,”’ said Lawrence.
Prices and full information will be .n junior basketball, Arden Buser, MAKES TALK HERE
tees were appaointed.
S heriff R eaksecker Talks
The speaker of the afternoon a found in the advertisement on the Denzil White, Lee Erickson, Vic Mrs. Parounagain, wife of a for Sheriff
Fred Reaksecker of Ore-
very chaiming and gracious lady, last page of this newspaper.
Johnson, Kendall Nash, Doyle Carter, mer pastor of the local Methodist goon City by means of a large color
was the wife of a former minister
Emery Griffee, Jesse Ellis and Cla church in a recent talk to the local ed map of the iworld pointed out the
here. Mrs Parounagin in her talk PTA CLOSES SUCCESSFUL YEAR rence
Women’s Society for Christian Ser danger to America in the present
first compared the Methodist church
gave a picnic on vice srid: “The first responsibility of war. “Should our enemies ever get
here as they ate today with the town The May meeting of the Estacada May The 7th lettermon
for ,the two coaches, Champ a W. S. C. S. member is loyalty to a foothold in South America I be
and church as she knew it in 1907. PTA closed a year of successful C. Vaughan
Otto Houdek. Mr. her local, not material contribution lieve that North America is doomed.”
Then she went on to tell of the Me achievement under the able direction Vaughan and and
Houdek were eac!( alone, but a worshipful, sympathetic said the Sheriff. He called atention
thodist Missionary work in the home of Mrs. Russell O. Reed the presi presented with Mr. a fine
tiaveling bag. attendance.. This society profit He’ to the fact that the Atlantic ocean
fields and in the foreign fields. She dent. The business meeting followed by the boys.
opportunity to serve our country ir was no protection anymore since it
ended her talk by reminding the wo
the various institutions for home mis could be crossed by big army bomb
men that this is the time to light their the following program.
sions from Alaska to Florida, from ers in a few hours. Sheriff Reakseck
lamps. They must follow this plan Piano numbers,, Victor
D ISTRIC T ATTORNEY”
Maine to the Southwest. There i: er urged the organization of war vet
Puppet Show, 3rd grade under di AT MR. ESTA
rather than bemoan the darkness.
such word as ‘foreign’ in GodV erans to aid in case of disaster. “The
Following this interesting talk Mis. rection of Miss Jessie Brown.
vocabulary. Our work in other land state police and other peace officers
Reed served a delicious lunch and the Readings, Melva Coop.
"Mr. District Attorney” one of the is the same as at home changing ae thruout the state could not begin to
remainder of the afternoon was spent Corsages were presented to Mrs. features
of the double bill show at he cording to conditions in various coun handle the situation in case of a real
Ann Underwood incoming president Esta theatre
this Friday and Satur tries. It is time for Christians to emergency," said Reaksecker,
The next meeting will be held on and to Mrs. B. Rehberg and Mrs. H. day,
and 31 is undoubtedlj light lamps in this dark world. It is George Jewell and Flank Aldrich,
the 10th of June so as not to con Suter and Mrs. R. O. Reed was pre one of the outstanding
crook storiei better to light a lamp than to curse war veterans of Oregon City also
flict with the Rose Festival. The sented with a gift.
the season. Based on the radio ser the darkness.”
spoke in favor of the organization of
place of meeting will be announces! Installation of officers was con of
guard patrols and disaster committees
ducted by Mis. Hughes, the following izes all the elements of mystery, sus
pense and humor which have made STO P! LOOK! AND M EASURE
T entative Plan
Mrs. Ann Undeiwood, president. the radio program a favorite for What’s your hat size? What is the The tentative
plan is to divide the
Mrs. Olive Mehl, vice president. more than three years. Leading-stars size of your head?
local war veterans into squads each
Mrs. Retha Kiggins, secretary. women a e Dennis O’Keefe, Florence The Women’s society of the Meth squad having a particular service to
Mrs. Ted Kiggins, treasurer.
church of Estacada is holding perform in case of emergency.
Rice, Peter Lorre, and Stanley Rid- odist
a Hat social in the grade school gym It was pointed out that the know
Clackamas county 4-H club mem
Olive Mehl and Mrs. Mable s the hilarious comedy “Dreaming Friday, June 6 at 8 o’clock p.m. Ad ledge of first aid as being taught in
bers have been chosen to present a Mis.
convention delegates to Cor Out Loud.” Here is a picture of unu- mission will be charged according ty classes for war veterans now being
4-H candlelighting ceremony at 4-H vallis and
eighth grade u 1 charm and tense drama combin the individuals headsize, 1 cent an conducted every Monday evening by
club summer school June 9 to 20. teacher gave Mr. an Teats,
talk on ed with comic situations that wilj inch for adults and 14 cent an inch R. O. Reed would be of gi«at value in
The ceremony will be presented somq the eighth grade trip.
for students. Prizes will be awarded
evenin’; duuring the second week. Refreshments and a social hour a$ lock you with laughter and stars the the men and women who wear the emergency diaster work.
Will Meet Thursdays
Mrs. Netta Geil, Ardentwald 4-H club a farewell to the teachers concluded amous radio comedians Lum and Ab most orginal hat or the most humer-
The newly formed guard patrol
leader who is one of the official cha an enjoyable evening.
ous hat to the performance.
disaster relief platoon will mee
perones will direct the ceremony. All The summer round-up clinic for
“ Hifih Sierra”
An added feature for the evenin, and
every Thursday at the Legion hall t(
club members from this county will
participate with 32 club members ha pre-school children was held May 16 etched in “High Sierra” which will Dr. Henry Hewitt and Mr. Rolph Ri- perfect their organization and plat
the grade school. Thanks to Dr.
ving major parts. The lead or guar in
iw-ho have previously appeared for future activities.
Kramer and Dr. Gilbert who kindly ie at the Esta Theater Sunday, Mon- chr-rds
dian of the candle will be taken by donated
for the Eastern Star
Clarence Bancroft of Oak Grove-
Out of 15 children contacted 13 Dog” Earle” as portiayed by Hum furnish comedy as well singing
as interest FIVE NEW BOOKS ADDED
Head,, heart, hands and health will childien
were examined as follows: phrey Bogart is the enemy of every for all who attend. Refrehments wil’ TO LOCAL LIBRARY
be taken by Mary Elizabeth Griffith,
Allen, Dale Green, Delbert law
Nancy Lee Wagner, Oak Grove,, Git, Gerald
earth, except the High Sierras be served.
Kiggins, Donald Ruff, Buddy Wat He on
the date for an evening From Many Lands, by Louis Adamic.
bert Hanson, Clackamas and John son,
strange man and his is • of Remember
Weisenhaus, Ronald York, strange a story
fun. Come with your own nove This is a collection of human stor
Lnd, Gladstone; Other principal parts Clara Delois
Helgeson,, Danny Grassl, Jer est with its powerful fascination. Star cication of a hat.
will be taken by Pat Hanson, Kenneth ry Thompson,,
ies told with simplicity and historic
Bon||a Manes and ring with Bogart is Ida Lupino as a STOP! LOOK! AND MEASURE! interest.
Yates, Ardenwaldl, Charles Lucht,, Richard Scharbrough.
Mt. Hope, Mary Sasaki, Milwaukie,
World’s End, by Upton Sinclair.
taxi dancer, gun moll, hungry heart
Charlotte Dresser, Jennings Lodge, Thanks are extended to Mrs. Otto ed woman. One of the most unusua
BIDS W ANTED ON WOOD
Author of The Jungle, and The
Jean Schriever, Yoder and Ruth Kiggins as chairman and to those who pictures ever taken. Program con-
Brass Check and Oil.
ctulea with “Men of the Lriht Ship.i” Bids wanted on forty cords of Nature Notes, by John Kieran.
large second growth wood deliver Flowers of the garden and field
Margaret Brunch, Macksburg, Joy transportation and help at the clinic and news.
to Mr-ionic building, Estacada. birds and animals of the prairies and
Quint, Rosemont; Helen Anderegg. nameiy Mrs. Otto Kiggins, Mis. Vella
"T hree Face* W ell”
Bids will be opened June 20th.
Carver; Dorothy Smelzer, Edna An Matthews, Mrs. Ann Underwood
forest, are included in this delightful
derson,, Francine Sharp, Clackamas: Mrs. Rose Looney, Mrs. Ted Kiggins Tense’y dramatic moments ant’ The right to reject any or all bid? book.
lone Breese, George; Phyllis Michels Mrs. R. O. Reed and Mis. Marguerite high geaied romance are the prime is reserved. Masonic Bldg. Associa The White Cliffs, by Alice D. Miller.
ingredients of “Three F:'ces West’ tion, Estacada.
Jennings Lodge; Chloe Davidson, Mo Midford.
Mrs. Miller’s poem “The White
which comes to the Esta theater oi
lalla; Eleanor Johnson, Damascus;
hmsain nights, Wednesday an< Starting June 2nd we will give you Cliff* starts as a charming poem of
Herbert Haberlach, Carver; Fred Feld LUM AND ABNER AT TH E
Thursday. June 4and 5. The picture -qual value in plants to what you buy England today and ia carried along
man, Oak Grove; Bob Ten Eyck, San- j ESTA TH EA TR E
deals with the work done by a ’r. -hen vour purchases are over 25-c to a splendid ending.
dy; Gilbert Gadaholt, Lake Grove;
With the River, by Clark Mt
Bill Sperb, Canby; Robert Junoii, Don’t miss the famous radio char fugee Vienncsse surgeon who build Example: You buy 50 cents worth of Reckon
Redland; Delvin Heinz, Canby; Ray
mond Andreson, Clackamas; Betty ious comedy “Dreaming out Loud.” ter in the heart of the American du t in addition. This offer good only dur This is a rousing, romantic nove'
Parks and Barbara Kitting Damas- It is at the Fsta theatre this Friday bowl. Also on the program is the ing our spring clean up sale. Adsile of pioneer life and the author has
Gardens, O V. Coop, Estacada.—Ad% done full justice to the theme.
and Sat irday, May 30 and 31.---Adv feature “The Flag Speaks."