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CLACKAMAS COUNTY NEWS
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T H E M A IN TE N A N C E OF O UR FORM OF G O V E R N M E N T. "
F R A N K U N .D . R O O SE V E LT.
' REGULATIONS ARE NECESSARY r o
GOVERN THE F R E S S
germ an press
to want things your own way and
see the other person’s viewpoint.
5 Be Grateful.
Begin the day
with g, latitude for your opportuni
ties and blessing
Be glad for the
privilege ol life and work.
6 ku e 4 our Moods. Cultivate U
metal attitude o f peace and good
7 Give Generously. There is no
greater joy m life than to render
happiness to others by means o f ill
A Frenchman, LUpunard by name
unued a lurm near Greenwich Vil
lage which was then well out in the
open country. In the middle o f the
farm was a wide level field with a
» running thru it. And there in
Lispenard’s Meadows, an eager regi-
......i Knocked up a crude pen and
diove the women into it. They re
mained for six years in that huge
8 Work with Right Motives. The
pigsty. The poor wretches had to de highest purpose o f your life should
pend upon the capricious generosity be to grow in spiritual grace unci
o f the soldiers who visited them for power.
food and clothing and there were
9 Be Interested in Others. Di
a few shacks built to shelter them. vert your mind from your self-cen
Their water supply was free but
teredness. In the degree that you
cows drank out o f it in another pas would give, serve and help will you
ture before it got to them. Lack o f
I experience the by-product o f happi
food, scanty shelter, disease and ness.
childbirth all took toll o f lives there
10 Live in a Daylight Compart,
in the meadows o f Lispenard.
ment. That is, live one day at a
The above is part o f a very inter time. Concentrate on your immediate
esting aiticle by Frances Ensign tusk. Make the most o f today.
"CONGRESS SHALL MAKE N O LAW L.
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OF THE NORTH
FRIDAY, JUNE 27, 1041
NAZI P A R TY PROGRAM
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11 H ave a Hobby| Naturestudy
walking, gardening,, music, golfing,
stamp collecting, foreign languages
chess, books, photography, public
speaking, travel, authorship. Culti
vate an avocation to which you can
turn fo r diversion and relaxation.
12 Keep Close to God.. True and
enduring happiness depends primal-
i 1 y
close a l l i a n c e
■„at, ui™ I , • ,
with Him. It is your privilege to
p i a n o o n w h ic h t h e
It looks as though gas-less Sunday
share His thots fo r your spiritual« o’clock A. M. at the Circuit Court
nourishment and to have constant room o f the County Court house in
assurance o f divine protection and Oregon City, Oregon, has been fixed
by said Court as the time and place
ter the hearing o f objections, if any,
Depend Upon Yourself
to said Final Account and the settle
Make your judgment trustworthy ment thereof.
by trusting it. You can develop good
Dated and first published June
judgment as you do muscles o f the 6th. 1941.
Date o f last publication July 4th,
body, judicious daily exercise. To be
known as a man o f sound judgement
FRED W. B ATE S, Administra
will be much in your favor.
tor, Estacada, Oregon.
Attorney fo r administrator,
TO ATTEND BOYS’ STATE
Hadley Akin o f Gresham and Chas.
Woodcock o f Sandy will represent
NOTICE OF FIN A L ACCOUNT
Gresham American Legion post at
the Beaver boys state next week on
Oregon state college campus unnoun,
In the Circuit Court o f the State o f
ces N. B. Welsh. They were chosen
Oregon fo r the County o f Clack
oy Principals C. Severude and Goo.
Orr o f the Gresham and Sandy high In the Matter o f the Estate o f Mar
tha Ann Tucker, Deceased.
Notice is hereby given that the un.
clei signed, executor o f the last will
Without knowing the force of and testament o f Martha Ann Tuck
words, it is impossible to know men. er, deceased, has filed his final ac
count in the Circuit Court o f the
State o f Oregon, fo r Clackamas Coun
ty, and that Monday, July 7, 1941, at
the hour o f 9:30 o’clock in the fore
N O l ICE OF F IN A L ACCOUNT
o f said date at the Circuit Court
room o f said Court has been appoint
In the Circuit Court o f the State o f ed by said Court as the time and place
Oregon fo r the County o f Clack fo r hearing objections thereto and
the settlement thereof.
amas, Probate Department.
O. D. E B Y „ Executor o f the
In the matter o f the estate o f Sarah
Last W ill and Testament o f Mar
E. Bates, deceased.
tha Ann Tucker,, Deceased.
Notice is hereby given that the un.
Eby, Attorney fo r Executor.
lersigned, administrator o f the above
Dated and first published June
ntitled estate, has filed his Final
Account with the Clerk o f the above 6th, 1941.
.... . _
Date o f last publication July 4th
entitled Court, and that Monday, the
7th day o f July, 1941 at the hour of 1941.
To the people in our town who like
-o motoring on Sunday or who use
a day to drive out to see
friends, it would be a
at first to leave
garage all day.
would welcome th«
make sdth a sacrifice
that by so doing
people o f this town
would be taken
wouldn’t be any
the small group in
to be in the
running local sta-
real hardship if
business day was
the steps taken
and that means
the pockets o f
They too will be
sacrifice if the
it is vital to
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12 RULES OF H APPIN E i I
Grenville Klieser gives a < w
rules for happiness .that are J
much study by every person. l a
inj; our readers would like t r « ;’
them we are clipping them f.a
little trade journal that comes t \
desk. Mr. Klieser declares th a t«.-
piness is a habit, a by-produ •
right thinking and living and W *
these twelve rules.
1 Live a Simple Life. Be ^
perate in your habits. Avoid s e lf- » *
ing and selfishness. Make simplii#
the keynote o f your daily plans. SB
pic things are best.
Spend Lest than
This may be d ifficu lt but it p .K
large dividends in contentment. K< -
out o f debt. Cultivate frugality, p iB
dence end self-denial. Avoid exti® |
3 Think Constructively.
T r a iw
yourself to think clearly and a c r u ifl
ately. Store your mind with u s e fu l
thots. Stand porter at the doorway o f l
4 Cultivate a Yielding Ditposi-
Resist the common tendency
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