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FRIDAY, JUÑE 20, UJ41
Making Timber COUNTY
I. W. Tucker
ESTACADA HIGHWAY Two Local
Meet June 23rd last A week
crew of 50 men went to work
Clackamas county peace offi
Survey Here cers The association
held a veiy interest
on the Estacada highway
ing meeting in the Estacada city hall
R. O. REED ONLY CANDIDATE from Carver to Barton the purpose EA TL DAY AND ADOLPH P. SAG. CREW FROM U. S. FO REST SER- Tuesday
BUDGET FOR D ISTRICT NO. 108
evening of this week.
FILIN G FOR DIRECTOR FOR 5
NER CALLED BY D EA TH TH E
PASSED W ITH O U T CHANGE AT
with some of the sharp curves and
the association the ladies of Carl ANNUAL M EETING
otherwise make it worthy of the
Douglas American Legion auxiliary
The annual school meeting of Es
tacada union high school district No.
0 «will be held nsxt Monday, June
23rd at the local high school begin
ning at the hour of 2 p.m. and con
tinuing until 7 p.m.
Legal voters will elect one direc,
tor for a term of five years. R, O.
Reed is the only candidate who has
filed for the position.
In the evening the annual budget
meeting will be held at 8 p.m.* at
which time legal voters of the dis
trict will be given an opportunity
to discuss the school budget for th |
fiscal school year beginning June 29,
1941 and ending June 29, 1942. This
budget as prepared by the budget
committee appears in today’s issue
of this newspaper.
BY POPULAR DEMAND
AGAIN A SPEC IA L
By popular demand we again pre
sent as this weeks special our deli
cious Lemon Crunch Cake. Here is a
cake that has a delightfully different
taste. A crunchy crispness that de
lights with the first bite. A fluffy
lemon custard icing covers this ten
der, moist cake that almost melts on
the tongue. Priced 40 cents. Ord-r
from our truck driver or from oui
bakery. Gresham Bakery.—Adv.
heavy traffic that uses the pavement.
County superintendent Kelley point«
ed out that the highway at the bad
curve just east of Carver can be made
much safer by widening the road
some six feet and that some of the
dangerous curves can be eliminated.
This job will require some months
and in the end require that the coun
ty do some additional paving.
This highway was one of the firs«
built under the 1924 bond program
and at points has given continued
trouble. Some of the adjoining land
has shown a disposition to slide to
the pavement at times preventing the
use of the road. Some but not all of
tlm difficulty can be overcome under
the WPA project now being carried
CORRECT T IR E IN FLA TIO N W ILL
CONSERVE G ASOLINE
... O ” •
E arl Day
Earl Day was born in Ohio, Oc.
tober 22, 1885 and died at St. Vin*
cents hospital in Portland last Tues-
iay, .June 17, at the age of 56 years.
He came to the Estacada country
36 years ago and has made his home
here ever since.
Surviving relatives are his wife,
Eleanor, two sons Donald and Ken
neth of Estacada and one daughter
.ms. Ruth Brown of California.
Funeral services were held yester
day, June 19 at 10 a.m. at the Chap
man Funeral home with Rev. Thos.
C. Duncan officiating. Interm ent fol
lowed at Lincoln Memorial cemetery.
Adolph P. Sagner
Funeral services for Adolph P.
Sagner were held from the Chapman
Funeral home Thursday, June 19 at
2 p.m., Rev. Thos. C. Duncan offi
ciating. Committal services were in
the local I. O. O. F. Cemetery. Cas
ket bearers were C. M. Sparks,, E r
nest Rynning, H. C. Gohring, C. O.
t roupe, Dale Russell, H. E. Hughes.
Adolph P. Sagner was born in Lig.
nitz, Germany Maich 1, 1881 and
alter a lingering illness died at his
Home in Estacada June 16, 1941 at
the age of 60 years, lie came to the
United States in April 1906 and lo
cated in Esstacada where he has since
made his home.
Surviving relatives are his widow,
Augusta Sagner, and five children,
Max, Ervin, Cuit, W alter and Flor
ence, six grandchildren, four daugh-
ters-in-law and one son-in-law. Als«
five sisters in Yakima and Californi«
and one brother in Africa aud several
nieces and nephews.
A crew of twelve men under the
direction of the U. S. forest service
office at Portland with Fred Matz in
charge are making a survey of the
merchantable timber in the two town
ships around Oak Grove ranger sta
tion, or.e to the north and the other
to the south of the station. This area
is in the Co 11 awash watershed and
contains some wonderful timber.
It is expected that this work will
take all summer. The men are mak
ing their headquarters at the old
CCC camp one-half mile southeast of
the ranger station.
The work of making this timber
survey is thot to be preliminary %>
the offering for sale of the first part
of the vast timber area thruout that
region by the federal government.
Iow a S tudents H ero
Fourteen men from the forestry
college at Ames,, Iowa, under the di
rection of Prof. McDanold arrived
tnis week to spend the summer
months finishing off their forestry
education with practical experience
in the Mt. Hood national forest.
The men are making their head«
quarters in the old CCC camp at
served a sumptuous dinner.
There was an attendance of thirty-
two men with Sheriff Fred Reakseck-
er presiding as president of the asso
Sheriff Reaksecker made an excel
lent talk on the defense program par
ticularly as it applies to protection
of public property against sabotage.
Bob Hayden entertained with two
fine piano solos.
Forest Ranger Roy Weeman of the
Estacada district of the Mt. Hood na
tional forest spoke on the forest lire
protection program of the forest ser
vice and told how the vast timber re
sources of this section are kept safe
from lire hazards.
The four head officers of Mountain
chapter No. 108 of this place attend
ed grand chapter in Portland last
week. They were worthy matron Ma-
belle Hewitt, associate mation Mu
ral Robley, iworthy patron W. C.
Scrutton and associate patron Walter
Smith. Other officers of this cliaptei
and members also attended.
I. W. Tucker was reelected as di
rector of Estacada grade school dis*
trict No. 108 for a three year term at
the annual school meeting held last
Monday evening, June 16th in the
grade school building.
Fremont Hayden was also reelect
ed to the position of school clerk.
The budget as prepared by the
budget committee and published in
this newspaper was passed without
Attendance at the meeting was
NEBRASKANS TO PICNIC
Fill your lunch baskets and come
and meet your friends at thhe Nebras
ka Picnic, Jantzen Beach, Portland,
Sunday June 29th. Free admission.
Free coffee served from 12 noon to
1:30 p.m. Good program under the
direction of G. A. Short will begin
at 2 p.m. Mrs. Mayne, Secretary.
What has tire inflation to do with
increased gasoline consumption?
This is an important consideration
today with thot turning nationally to
ways and means of making the gaso
line supply go farthest as an aid to
ESTACADA M ERCHANTS
Tire engineers according to Bol
W IN O N E, LOSE ONE
Oregon’s new speed regulations, was pointed out by Earl Snell, secre
Cooke, local Goodyear dealer have
new law pertaining to the oper tary of state. Repeal of this law is
MRS. DOROTHEA SUTER HEADS sive comparisons finding that a slight
of farm tractors and trailers expected to save the state of Ore
the Sandy Sluggers last Sunday in a
ESTACADA KEBEKAH LODGE
eduction of air content of tires in
highway, the repeal of the gon approximatly $20,000 annually
to 5. In the afternoon the Merchants non-resident regi -t ation law and ot in administrations expenses.
Mrs. Dorothea bu'.er will be at the creases
the 6.00x16 size, popular on a
lost to the Ridgefield Firemen to the her changes in motor vehicle regula Of interest to farm operators are
head of the Rebekah lodge for the “ On group
of cars in current use,"
tune of 6 to 0.
coming six months having been elec large
tions became effective Saturday,
The Merchants are now members June 14, the day which marks thq changes in the law relating to the
ted noble grand at the last meeting. said Mr. Cooke, ‘28 pounds of air
is a normal pressure but reduced to
of the Federal league and will play end of the 90 day period following; operation oi taim tractors and trail
Mrs. Erma Kiggins was honored with 24
pounds or say roughly reduced 14
teams as the State Pen, Ridge the adjournment of the 1941 session ers on public highways. After Junq
the office of vice grand. Miss Kath
14 farmers living in the area west of
will increase the car owner's BIG LAUGH SHOW AT TH E
f of the state legislature.
ryn McConnell was reelected secre percent
the Cascades may operate their trac
iasoline consumption two and a half £S 1 A TH EA TRE
tary and Mrs. Birdie Gilgan the trea percent.
tors along the highways a distance of
is if the highways over
surer for many years will again fill which he That
big laugh parade of the sea F ederal L eader Sees Big
ma facie speed limit on Oregon high five miles from their farm without
travels are smooth but if son The
starring Bonnie Baser and Jerry
ways outside municipal aieas will be licensing the tractor or the trailer.
rough he will get even less Colonna
Installation of these and several they're
in “ You’ie tne One” is the F u tu re for O regon Seed
55 miles per hour instead ol' 45
the area east of the Cascades thq
appointive offices will take place
first feature of the double bill at the Oiegon specifically and the Pacific miles an hour indicated speed. In cit In
distance is extended to 10 miles from
“That is a good reason for watch» Esta theatre this Finlay and Satur
some time next month.
northwest to some extent are destin ies the designated speed limits are 25 the home farm. Under this law those
ng tire inflations, seeing that they
nights. On the wnofe the film is ed
to be the center of seed supplies miles an hour n residential areas farmeis whose places are within the
Forty percent discount on discon •no up to recommended figures so day
grasses and legumes for the en and 20 miles an hour in business dis prescribed »distance from markets
tinued paint items. Big savings on that the owner will get the ultimate i ing comedy situations and plenty oj
while the speed past school may haul produce to those market!
lumber and building material. See afo mile possible from each tire ," . rhythm and melody. Bonnie is pert, tire country in the belief of Dr. O. tricts
grounds has been raised from 15 tc with tractors and trailers without pay
our advertisement elsewhere in this he continued.
and refreshing and Colonna as a age crops and diseases in the U. S. 20 miles an hour.
motor vehicle license fees.
newspaper. W. J. McCready Lumber “There are other things that th • cute
is a ve ¡table scream. Second department of agricultuie who was These designated speeds may be ing The
Co., Milwaukie, Ore.—Adv.
law changng the weight clas-,
car owner will want to check more -eature on this program is the popu one
of the principal speakers at the changed by action of the newly ere sification for light delivery and picl|
W IL L C ELEB R A TE JU LY 4TH
speed control board in the case ups which may be licensed for $5
First, alignment of wheels so thai in the great action picture “In Old annual meeting of the western sec ated
A T BONN X LURE PARK
of areas wh-hin city limits or on goes into effect July 1, the start of
slow even wear of casings will result; Cheyenne”. It is a colorful fast mo tion of the American society of agron county
ror ds and by the state high the half year period. After that date
freqent inspection of tires to be sure ving drama of the wide open spaces omy held a Oiegon state college last way commission
Beautiful Park Bonnylure locat that
in the case of state vehicles of this type up to 4500 lbs.
ed on Eagle Creek and the Clacka are removed and finally that his dri
highways. The speed control board, may be licensed for $5 a year. Tha
“ Sis H opkins”
mas river will be the scene of a bang ving generally be improved. By that
1933 and was familiar with the work consisting of the secretaiy of state, present law places a limit of 4000
up Fourth of July celebration this I mean the car owner should avoid The incomparable comedienne Judy going on here. His personal inspec tho supeiintendent of state police, pounds on vehicles licensed for this
year and G. S. Smith the manager quick getaways from stop lights, Casnova comes to the Esta theatre tion of the cooperative federal and and the chairman of the highway fee. However the secretary of state
is making elaborate plans for this should not slam on the brakes, should this sSunday, Monday and Tuesday state work howwtver confirmed his commission may act when consulted points out there has been no change
nights, June 22, 23 and 24 in “Sis
b,y city or county officials in connec in PUC requirements which provide
his speed down to a reasonable Hopkins” tjie famous stage hit that previous opinion of the high standard tion
Last Tuesday evening the married keep
with changing designated speed that commercial vehicles over 4000
peoples’ club of the Sunnyside Metho more mileage from his gasoline bu' has rocked thhe world with laughter gram under way he said.
limits in cities or on county road.» pound of a private carrier classifi
dist church of Portland picnicked a$ will really add miles to his tire ser for three decades. A hillbilly in a “The entire country is turning to or upon their own motion after traf cation which are operated for a dis
collegiate setting is hound to cre grasses and legumes as the basis of a fic engineering surveys. The state tance exceeding three miles from thq
the park and next Saturday after vice.
ate something of a sensation and Sis permanent agriculture and as a neces, highway commisson will make chang limits of a city are subject to PUC
noon the choir of the church will
“And one more point,” concluded does just that. Other stars in this sary
have an outing there.
foundation of soil conservation'” es only on a basis of traffic engin fees. Thus while vehicles of 4500
Mr. Cooke, “right noiw- is an especial great musical comedy include Bob explained
For full details of the Fourth o} ly
Dr. Aamodt. “The AAA eering studies.
pounds may be licensed for $5 a year
July celebration at Park Bonnie Lure- We are conducting a tire sale from Crosby and his band, Charles Butter- and the soil conservation program Tourists from other states will not after July 1st if they are operated
see next week’s issue of this news now to July 5 offering real savings
have greatly stimulated the produc be required to register their cars out of town beyond a distance of
Alexander. Program concludes with tion
of forage crops in the last few when they enter C^regon after June three miles they will be subject to
on Goodyear tires to the car owners shorts and news.
While the average seeding of 14th due to the repeal of the law, it PUC regulations.
of this community”.
“ They D rive by N ight"
MISS NEVA LEMON IS
and legumes was formerly
On Wednesday and Thursday even grasses
M ARRIED AT RENO
acres a year it has
irtgs, June 25 and 26, bargain nights now climbed million
Miss Neva Lemon daughter of Mr.
Ann Sheridan, Humphrey Bogart, arces per year and may to easily
and Mrs. W alter Lemon of Estacada
Geo. Raft and Ida Lupino are starred 50 million acres.
and Kenneth Lowell, son of Mr. ami
in “They Drive by Night.” Here is a
men may differ on vaA
Mrs. C. A. Lowell of Orovile, ,Calif.,
thrill picture that tops them all com ious “However
AAA program al]
were married Sunday morning at
bined with as fine ^feting as the agree that this thhe increase
Reno, Nev., with Judge Edgar E s Funeral services for Frank Zobncl* screen ever produced. If you liked crops
ther officiating. They were accom
Bogart in the picture “ High Sierra” will be continued. Oregon and some,
panied to Reno by Mr. and Mrs. Rinq Funeral home on Friday, June 13th you will be doubly pleased with other parts of the Pacific northwest
hart Greening and Mrs. Susie Curtis. at 10 a. m., Rev. Joseph Pope of the his characterization in "They Drive appear to be ideally suited for the
The bride wore a navy blue dress local Methodist church officiating. by Night.” Ann Sheridan does a won
and increase of new
maker suit with white accessories and Interment was held in the Fellows derful job in the principal feminine development
grasases and legumes and for the pfo
role. In addition a Vitagraph ctartoon duction
carried a lovely bouquet of Ameri cemetery in Upper Highland.
of seed crops to supply the
Frank Zobach (Adams) was bom is shown.
can Beauty roses.
A fter the ceremony the couple left in Bohemia, August 10th, 1857 and
course each part of the coun
for a weeks honeymoon trip to San died at his home in Currinsville on ESTACADA GIRL WEDS try ‘“Of
will produce its own seed to the
Francisco and other points in south June 11, 1941 at the age of 83 years,
extent possible but if only a fourth
Located on Eagle- Creek and Clackamas River, the
ern California. They wifi make their 10 months and 1 day. He came to the IN NEW YORK
the total annual seeded acreage
most beautiful spot in Oregon
home in Lakeview where Mr. Lowell United States April 19, 1884 and Mr. and Mrs. Archie Yocum of of
to look to this favored region
is employed by Safeway. Mrs. Lowell came to Oregon during the Worlds Estacada announce the marriage of has
for its seed supply it means a valu
Swimming, Dancing, Fishing, Picnicking
Fair in 1905 and has resided in their daughter Evelyn to Robert Mee, able
is a beauty operator at Lakeview.
industry to this region and a
Clackamas county for 36 years.
A meeting of the Clackamas coun Surviving relatives are his widow, of New York, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. service to the rest of the country as
° U Mane
u T Zobach (Adams), tnrec
thrr. 1 VV. Mee
Plenty of tables, stoves and free firewood
ty defense council has been called u Mrs.
__ of Portland. The wedding well” said Dr. Aamodt.
ion this evening, Friday, June 20 at laughters Mrs. Nellie Hawkins o was read June 6th at the “ Little Delegates from most western states
Call G. S. Smith, Manager. Tel. SUnset 0052 or
g o’clock at the court house in Ore Portland, Mrs. Marie Kellendonk tin«’ Church Around the Corner” in New attended the meeting which ended
Mrs. Josephine Hood of Estacada and
S. E. Lawrence and L. D. Meade one son Frank Adams of Kelso, n., Mr. and Mrs. Mee will make their grazing experiments and sand dunq
to park 35c per car
home in New York.
are the members of the council from and six grandchildren.
this part of the county.
New Oregon Speed Law
Requirements Are Noted
Dies this Week
Plan to Celebrate