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Harvest to Start
L AR G E ST
TO G RO W ERS
Harvesting will start next week or)
the largest crop of loganberries the
Estacada country has had for many
years. The berries are not only abun
dant but of the b>est quality.
A price o f five cents a pound ir
assuied and it will probably advance
still higher. Pickers will be paid two
cents a pound and may get a bonus
Local growers have contracts with
the Gresham Berry Growers,, Libby,
ivlcNeili and Libby, the Scenic Can
nery, Gresham Packing Co. and othei
Heavy Crop o f Filberts
Carroll D. Bush| o f the Bush Nut
Nursery at Barton and Fred W. Bates
o f Eagle Creek report a heavy crop
o f filberts thiuout this territory.
There is also a heavy crop of waN
nuts. Quality is first class. The nut
growers will get twice as much foi
their product this year as compared
to last year’s receipts. This is due
laigely to the fact that no nuts are
being imported from Europe and the
nation’s domestic demands must be
met entirely by home nut growers
Mr. Bush also reports thhat there
is a good demand for giapes. The De
Slvazer Wine company o f Poitland is
now contracting with local growerv
and it is understood the price is $3<,
Hills with southern slope:
thruout the Estacada country parti
cularly adapted to growing grapci
and certainly grapes will soon become
as important as crop as berries ant.
nuts thruout this area.
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MUCH INTEREST IN
GUARD AND PATROL
The first meeting o f the newly
formed guard and patrol o f the Esta
cada district composed o f war vet
erans was held in the Legion hall on
Thuisday evening o f last week with
Commander S. E. Lawrence o f the
local American Legion post presid
Commander Lawrence assisted by
Grover Kigigins, F. E. Dooley anu For-
rest Erickson explained the various
reports used in police work.
All the veterans attending this
meeting signed registration cards sig
nifying their willingness to seive in
whatever capacity deemed most fit
ting should emergency arise.
Another meeting was held yesteis
day evening at which time the guard
members studied methods of self
protection, disarming opponents,, etc.
Commander Lawrence again ex
plained that the guard patrol and dis
aster work to be performed by the
local war veterans was to aid and
supplement the work of the state
police and other peace officers. In
the new orgarrizaton special attention
will be paid to attempts at sabotages
Members are asked to be on the alert
for and report all suspicious persons
and incidents that may tend toward
disloyalty to America or defense
On Monday R. O. Reed conducted
another first aid class in which there
is much interest.
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Junior First Aid
Are Resumed Course Completed
REOPENING OF 1940 A A A SEED GIRLS AND BOYS A T ESTACAD A,
PURCH AS E
PRO G RAM
END COURSE IN FIRST AID
Reopening of the 1940 AA A seed
Champ Clark Vaughan has just
purchase program has been announ completed a Junior First Aid corns*
ced by G. R. Cumberland chairman of at the Estacada high school and the
the Clackamas county A A A commit, boys and girls who successfully com
tee. The action will give eligible gro pleted the course are:
wers in this county opportunity to
John Cox, Jim Larson, Ray May,
clean up remaining supplies o f peas, Louis Swanson, Bill Sykes, Don
vetch and ryegrass seed before the Erdt, Wilbur Breese,, Bill Goughler,
new crop is harvested.
Lester Couitain,, Milton Sparks, Bol<
In addition to grades o f peas, vetch Judd, Don Johnson, Ray Colson, Al
and ryegrass eligible for purchase bert Cox, Emery Griffey, Jas. Lamb,
at the close o f the season last year Kendall Nash, Perry Newman, Mar«
the following grades will be purchas ion Tucker, Harold Wright, Bethej
ed now Cumberland said.
L. Hagermaa, Audrey Ludlow, Bon
Hairy vetch and Austrian field nie Wright, Patricia Jean Duus, Phy-
peas containing 67 to 85 percent of lis Maurer, Eva Jean Bush, Shirley
vetch at 4.5 cents per pound. Aus Tucker, Mildred Kiggins, Doris Lan
trian field peas and vetch totaling 98 kins, Betty Jean Somer, Dorothy \o-
percent or better peas and vetch at son„ Leah Atchison, Zaretha Wallace,
2.055 cents per pound; ryegrass pur Tom Bair, Arden Buser, Lee Erick-
ty 98 percent or better at 3-6 cents cum, Margaret Chaney, Doris John
per. pound. Germination in all cases son, Don Faust, Jerome Grassl, Jas.
must be 90 percent or better and all Gredvig, Robt. Guttridge, Howard
vetch and peas must be sacked in Hammond, Robt. Whisler, Clarence
Cobb, Victor Johnson,, Kenneth Jubb
The seed is shipped south where it and Jack Lauderbach.
is distributed to cotton farmeis for
They will receive Red Cross junior
cover crops in lieu o f AAA benefit first aid caids.
payments earned. The committeemen
Groups have also finished their
pointed out that the AA A in 194i* work at the Eagle Creek and Carver
bought from Oregon farmers 7,560,- grade schools.
100 pounds o f vetch, 36,436,701^
Those completing at Eagle Creek
pounds of peas and 1,410,000 pounds; are:
o f ryegrass. The seed shipped from
Sybil Holbrook, Helen Anderson,
Oregon made ten tiains o f 70 cars j R0bt. Saunders, Luella Smith, Ethel
I Huggins, Doiothy Lamper, Durell
li Klatt, James Berry, Vivian Still,
Jeanne Lamper, Kenneth Berry, Da»
Î vid Whisler and Lawrence Goodrich.
At Carver the following completed
j Barbara Tucker, Virginia Odell,
' Ralph Slaughter and Bill Burkhart.
The mattress making project for
thhe Estacada, Currinsville, Garfield
George, Eagle Creek, Springwater
and Logan districts is progressing
very satisfactorily and mattresses are
new being made in the old Currins
ville school builamg at Currinsville,
Announcement was made this week
that participants in the project will
be permitted to make a comforter
for each mattress made. Percale ma
terial and cotton for filling are to be
furnished free by the surplus market
A N N U AL
H ALL ON SA T U R D A Y
The annual spring flower exhibit
o f the Estacada Garden club will be
held at the city hall this Saturday,
June 7 from 2 until 4:30 o’clock.
Though this is a non-competitive
show all who raise flowers are urged
to attend and bring their flowers for
others to enjoy.
HUMANE SOCIETY PROTESTS
A display table showing tubers,
PONY EXPRESS RACE PLAN
bulbs, corms and rhizomes will be
an educational feature.
The band of horses slated to gal*
Neighboring clubs and the Esta
lop over the Old Oregon trail in a
cada public are invited. Light re
71-mile pony express race from Lake freshments will be served.
Oswego Hunt club to Timberline
lodge on Sunday, June 29 will not
ride that day or night if the Oregon ESTACADA GARDEN CLUB MEET
Humane society has any voice in the WITH MRS. SCHOENBURG
Harry Daniel president o f the so
ciety Thursday officialy protested ag
ainst the proposed race saying the
leaders of his organization felt that
speeding the steeds over the course
would be an inhumane act.
Spurs Not Approved
Twent)r-one members attended thq
June Garden club meeting at the
Mrs. Fasel being absent a report
o f the first day at Federation was
read by the secretary. Mrs. Ames
gave the early history o f the club.
The different parts o f a flow et
were learned and plans made to con*
tinue the botanical study o f leaves.
Oddities made of shells,, oak holly
and pine cones were shown by Mrs.
Troupe and Mrs. Upton.
“ The mounts entered are not race
horses and spuiring them on to the
various relay stations would endongei
them,” Mr. Daniel stated.
He added that the society is hope
BENEFIT DANCE A T THE
ful o f having sponsois cancel the ev
CLUBHOUSE SA T U R D A Y
E S T A C A D A JUNIOR GARDEN
E. A. Ellis president o f the Clack
CLUB W I L L MEET
A benefit dance for the Estacada
amas county sheriff’s posse, which
Merchants, town baseball team will
with TimLerline lodge is sponsoring
The Estacada Junior Garden clulj
be held in the Estacada lake park
the race indignantly denied the relay will meet Friday, June 6 at Mrs. R.
pavil'on next Saturday, June 7th.
mn will be harmful to or imperil the O. Reed’s home. The meeting will by
Music will be furnished by an all
lives of the horses entered, after called to order at 3 p.m.
girl orchestra, Maxine's Wranglettesg
learning o f the society’s objections.
Everyone is urged to attend as the
Everybody cordially welcome.— Adv.
“ Only sound hoises will be used plans for the coming flower show
and they will be mounted by experl» must be made.
EM MA BRONSON, EST A C A D A
E S T A C A D A GIRLS G R A D U A T E
enced riders who know how to pace
PIONEE R, DIED MAY 31
FROM OREGON ST ATE
The Estacada Merchants baseball 1 Bo>'3 and ^irla completing the their horses,” he said.
W O ND ERFUL SHOWS A R E
“ We will have the race timed per COMING TO ESTA
team will take on the Kem Sign nine j course will also receive Red Cross
Another pioneei of E-tacada an
Clara P. Cole and Pauline Almedia
fectly so that neither riders or horses
swered the final simmons on May
Myers of Estacada are among the o f Portland in a game to be played | -¡unior first aid cards-
will suffer and we certainly won’ t
Here are a few o f the outstand
when Mrs. Emma Bronson, died at 780 who have completed their course next Sunday, June 8 at the Estacada!
be out to break any galloping re ing shows coming to the Esta theatre
“ L I’ L A B N E R ” IS COMING
the home o f her son at The Dalles at Corvallis and are receiving their ball grounds.
TO E ST A TH E A T R E
this month. “ Gold is Where You
She war a native o f Wisconsin, 84 degrees this June. Both represent the
The local team lost their game last
Veterinarian« to Check
Find It,” “ You’re the One,” “ Sis
yeais old. Coming to Estacada with school o f home economics.
Sunday with the sluggers from Mil»
“ Li’l Abner” ” will be in Estacada
“ In addition we will have a qual Hopkins,” “ They Drive by Night,”
^ her husband, the late Charles Bron
These graduates are members of waukie b,y a score ol 11 to 5.
this Friday and Saturday evenings,
son, in 1904 they established a home
With good weathei predicted for June 6 and 7 as the first feature o j ified veterinarian at each relay sta and “ The Grqat Lie.”
one of the largest groups ever to re
and lived here for the remainder
the week end there should be a large the double bill. The favorite cartoon tion to examine the horses.”
ceive degrees in one class at Orego
The race planned to stimulate in- CHARLES T H A Y E R L E A V E S
their lives. Two sons, Neil o f Esta state. Requirements for the bachel turnout next Sunday to see the Es
characters o f millions o f people will
tei est in western style riding and fo FOR NORFOLK
cada and Lee of The Dalles and threi
or’s degree at the seventy-second an
appear in person on the screen. You
cus attention on Oregon as a vacation
grandsons,, Tony, Beverly and Dale nual commencement June 2nd have
Local people are asked not to for who have laughed at him for years
Charles Thayer left last week for
center will be over the Old Oregon
survive. A sister from Montana als« been completed by 677. In addition get the benefit dance for the Esta
in the comic page and on the air
Trail, back tracking the route used Norfolk, Va., to attend aviation
attended the funeral services whicl
95 masters’ and eight doctor o f phil cada Merchants team at the Esta may now meet the delightful dub of
school for six months after spend
by pioneers almost a century ago.
were held at The Dalles June 3rc. osophy degrees bring the total foi cada Lake Park clubhouse this com
Dogpatch in person. He’s a superman
Back roads and trails will be used ing a week visiting at the home of
and Mrs. Bronson was laid to rest it) this year to 780 all earned.
ing Saturday night, June 7th. An all at swimmin’ but when it comes to
for the entiie distance and remount his mother Mrs. Emery Ford. Charles
a cemetery near that city .
Miss Cole and Miss Myers are am girl orchestra will play and every kissin* wimmen he just ain’t there.
stations will be established near th is in the U. S. navy and recently re
ong the 120 receiving degrees in thq body is assured a good time.
With “ Li’l Abner” will also be Dais;»
turned from Honolulu.
Mt. Hood loop highway.
C L A C K A M A S CO UNTY IS
school groups being graduated in
Cousin Delightful, Earthquake Me
F A V O R E D BE RRY A R E A
CORRECTIONS TO P T A NOTES
elude, science 72, agriculture 129,
Goon, Marryin’ Sam. Lonesome Pole VISITORS HERE FROM
education 42, engineering 145, for
cat and Hairless Joe. The second) LOS AN GELES
Thru error Victor Johnson was not
Modification of quarantine per estry 60, nursing education 9, phai
feature on this program stars William
named as having rendered two beau
taining to virus diseases of loganber- macy 21 and secretarial science 79
Boyd in the great western picture
Mr. and Mrs. Bruce E. Smith ol
tiful piano solos for the closing meet
ries, black berries and related plaints An even larger percentage o f the grv
“ Doomed Caravans’” . Cassidy fight Los Angeles, Calif, cousins of Mr.
ing of the Parent-Teacher association.
is announced by the state department duates than usual have positions wai
Promising a stellar Jersey show at ing with his back to the wall.
and Mrs. H. A. LaBurre visited with
Mrs. Ted Saling instead o f Mrs.
o f agriculture. The revisions are in/ ing for them deans report.
the Clackamas county fair August 27
them a few days last week. Havinj
"T o b a c c o Road”
Ted Kiggins was installed treasurer.
line with the policy to make quaran
to 30 is Harold “ Jack*” Gribble new
Stirring, forceful, human and pack
Mrs. Ted Kiggins instead o f Mrs.
president of the Clackamas county
tines more reasonable wherever pos
ed with dramatic dynamite “ Tobacco noticed coming thru Nebiaska and O. A. Kiggins served as chairman of
BLACK-OUT FOR E ST A C A D A
Iowa that thousands o f acres o f cori*
I ber o f the fair's advisory hoard this Road” comes to the Esta theatre this had not yet appeared above ground, the pre-school clinic.
The revised orders deal with inter,
Wth few exceptions the pre-school
state and intrastate shipment of these
News Item.— The City Common year- He 1138 never missed a county
while coming thru Oregon in many
berry plants and became effective Council in conjunction with the PGE fair in the past 34 years and has ex ings, June 8, 9 and 10. Filmed with places they saw fields of corn two oi students were found to be in gooil
sti iking realism and blending trage
health. Dental care is necessary for
June 2. Henceforth shipments from in have installed an automatic lighting hibited cattle at many o f them.
three feet high. Having lived in Ne
fested territory in Oregon into tin. and delighting system for the city’s’
Speaking for grangerss o f the coun dy with lusty humor, this 20th Cen braska many years this was quite a many and wise are the parents who
9 virus disease free counties may streets, same to be effective after ty Shirley Buck o f Miiwaukie mastea tury Fox production is a jolting, not surprise to them and they are very keep their growing children under a
be made provide« there is certifica the movies are open and before the o f Clackamas county Pomona grange to be missed entertainment exped much impressed with what they have dentists supervision.
Thanks again to all who served
tion o f field inspection showing th
gives assurance that exhibits will be ience for all. A memorable stage play een of Oregon. Mr. Smith is 87 years
nilk man is due.
“ Tobacco Road” is even greater and
and particularly to our local Dr. H.
shipments originated from disease-
of age but does not appear that old
The blackout is quite common in
free plantings Host plants from ot Europe and very popular. It dates as and Mrs. Buck have been ardent ad more powerful as a film. Intensely They are enjoying the trip very- M. Kramer and Dr. W.W. Gilbert. We
also appreciate the cooperation 04
her states will be admitted on the re- far back as the siege o f Troy long mirers o f the county fair for many
our county health nurse.
is one o f the finest motion pictures much.
gular certification o f inspection.
The 9 protected counties are Ben
Twenty-five cents daily addmission o f our time. Program concudes with
As the story goes Ajax and Hector
CH EER CLUB MEETS AND AD-
ton, Clackamas, Clatsop, Columbia with their warriors fought for the will permit fiee parking of automo cartoon and news.
LICENSE E X AM IN ERS HERE
Coos, Linn, Polk, Tillamook, Wash posession o f the body o f Petroclus, biles on the fair grounds this year. “ They Knew What They Wanted”
JOURN TILL FA LL
ON JUNE 23RD
ington and Yamhill.
Caiol Lombard and dies. Laugh
when Jove enveloped the whole face We have the word o f John L. Telfordi
Examiners for state auto driving
Members o f Mountain Chapter
of heaven with a dark cloud or as we secretary of the fair board for that ton will be at the Esta on bargain
bit o f good news which he announced ni.hts, Wednesday and Thursday, Cheer club, thoroly enjoyed the meet licenses will be in Estacada at the
now consider it, a blackout.
TU N NELL & SAU ER
It was then that Ajax appealed to at the “ kickoff” banquet May 28 at Ji ne 11 and 12 in “ They Knew What ing Tuesday afternoon at the U. S. city hall from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on
the West Linn Inn.
They Wanted.” The story of a girl Morgan home with Mrs. Moigan a? Monday, June 23rd.
D ISSO LVE PARTNERSH IP
whose passion betrayed her on tm hostess ably assisted by Mrs. May
"Lord o f earth and air”
eve o f the only happiness she had Gerbrick. There were eleven present
The firm o f Tunnell & Sauer at Oh, king, oh father, hear my hum MARRIES ON I-K i O A Y ¡ JOINS
mil after the most tempting dessert E S T A C A D A CHAMBER OF
ever known and o f a man who mu
Currinsville was dissglved the first
ARM Y ON T U E SD A Y
unch, M is Maude Sturgeon aot-d COMMERCE HOLDS MEET
o f this week and J. C. Tunnell is now
s president in the absence o f the
the manager o f the store which will
A meeting of the Estacada cham
Don J. Grassick and Miss Mina L.
be known under its former name o| Give me to see and Ajax asks no more Meyers o f Eagle Creek were mar* short subjects complete the picture. egular president, Mrs. Martha Ellis, ber of commerce was held Wednesday
the Currinsville Mercantile company
ried last Friday and on Tuesday o f HOME COOKED FOOD SALE
The ladies worked on Red Cross baby evening at the city hall at which time
It is understood that Mr. Sauer will
important matteis affecting the com
this week Don left Estacada with ten ¡^EXT SATURDAY
move his family to Portland in the But let us perish in the face o f day others for an induction camp where
were discussed. Owing to th*»
By a vote o f the club there will be
he will begin a year’s service in the
The local American Legion auxil- no meeting in July and August. Th« absence o f Pres. Richard Sponhauer,
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U. S. army barring disqualification ¡ary is sponsoring a home cooked fo 'il next me<ting will be held the first Fred Bartholomew presided.
rude in the old Safeway store roon Tuesday
^ ^ ^
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Gensman o f Bre by the army doctors,
Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Laswell move^
September at , the
It may be said that Mrs. Grassick in the Me sonic building Saturda • j ¿ ^ , X \ o m e wUh Mrs! Ludlow, Mr
to Salem the latter part o f the week merton,, Wash., visted home folks
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Hailey o f Sa
where he will have the principalahij here at the Fremont Hayden home is the first “ war bride” from Clack- June 7. Home made bread, rolls, etc Njna ^ f c t o r an(J Mr, Mary Smitl> lem were week end guests at the home
will be featured.-A dv.
o f a grade school this coming year last Sunday.
o f their aunt Mrs. W.R. Woodworth.
] Play Here Sunday