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About Clackamas County news. (Estacada, Or.) 1928-1957 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 10, 1941)
UL A C K A M A S
FRIDAY. OCT. 10 ,1941
Major Charles L. Peabody of Ore
gon City was an Estacada visitor on
Wednesday o f this week .The Major
says when he gets bored with things
in general he comes to Estacada
where there is utways "something
Mr. and Mrs. Denzel Piercy and
Orchard Ridge Dairy. Refrigerator
E sta ca d a M ethodist Church
No visit to Yellowstone either in
children made a trip to Prineville' cooling system, good cold milk, but-
this week to visit friends.
ter and cream the whole year round.
Mr. and Mrs. Hay Erdahl o f Do.
plete without a view o f that Wyo
Church school at 9:5 Ua.m.
In spite o f the heavy rains o f the
vils Lake, N .D., visited Tuesday at
ming park’s famous bears. Here you
past month the water in the Clacka
Public worship a t ti. Senion sub.
the home o f Mr .Brdahl’s aunt Mrs.
j see grizzlies eating at the Canyon
mas river is low and there is no
ject “ The Christian’s Secret o f Po
Chris Myers .Mr .Erdahl lived in Es
water whatever going over the dam S a w d u s t B u r n e r S t u d y
feeding grounds. The hungry gulls
tacada about four years ago and is
seem unimpressed by the size of their wer.”
R ep o rte d in B u lle tin
Religious service at the Fleisch-
well known in this community. On man Building on Main street eveiy
Epworth league at 7 p.m.
S. E. Lawrence attended a meet
The use of sawdust burners too
Wednesday Mr. and Mrs .Erdahl vi Thursday and Sunday at 7:46 p. m. ing of the Clackamas county defense
large for the furnace and for the
sited at Camp Eight.
council held in Oregon City Tues
home to be heated is the most cjm m on n i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i m m i i i i i i t i '
day evening of this week.
cause of difficulty with the heating
Mrs. C. E. Barker o f Aloha is vis plants so popular in the Pacific north
iting at the home o f her daughter west, reports Earl Willey assistant
professor o f mechanical engineering
Mrs M. E. Jonnston.
at Oregon state college in a new bul
Joe Barr who is attending Pacific letin entittled “ Rating and Care of
University at Forest Grove spent tile Domestic Sawdust Burners.” This is
A LOOK OF FEAR W AS SEEN. ‘
week end at his home here. Joe says the fin st piece of technical literature
| Denzel Piercy, Manager.
Telephone 87-5 |
he likes college life fine.
dealing with the domestic sawdust
Deep Cre«k Dairy.— Morning de burner and is already in consider
liveries of cream and milk. Call Carl able demand from manufacturers,
= F r id a y , S a t u r d a y , October 10-11
D ouble F e a t u r e E
dealers and users.
Rehberg, TeL 86-61.
Edward G. Robinson, Marlene Deitrioh, Geo. Raft in
“ Underheating is a rare thing with
Leslie Kimball has moved from the soMxlust burners” concludes Professor :
“ MAN P O W E R ’ ’
Woodle place on Douglas Ridge the Willey “ If it occurs it is generally §
Pius “ PIR A T E S ON H O RSEBACK ”
the former J. W .Cahill place having caused by poor dnaft conditions of
H Sunday, Monday and Tuesday, October 12-18-14
rented this farm.
the chimney. The writer has yet to
William Powell ,Myrna Loy in
Carl Hoffman of Spray .this state see a burner installed in a home that
“ LO VE C R A Z Y ”
was a business visitor in Estacad; was too small for the house.”
Wednesday and Thutsday, October 16.16
and Garfield Tuesday. Mr .Hoffman
Bargain Nights =
Tom Brown in
who has a ranch at Spray wants tc when it iis necessary to shut them
“ TH REE SONS ‘O G UNS”
buy a large quantity o f cedar posts down completely to control the heat
of the house Prof. Willey explained.
Plus Chapter 5 o f “ RIDERS OF D EATH V A L L E Y
Fast driving thru the safety zom An auxiliary air intake is provided to
in front o f Estutcada grade schoo keep the fire from being extinguish
Doors open at 6:45 week days. Continuous show Sundays and E
on the state highway is bringing a lot ed entirely. If the burner itself is of = Holidays starting at 2:15.
of complaints from parent» who arc excessive size this auxiliary air in
Regular admission. Adults 30c including tax. Children under 5
apprehensive o f their children’s saf take provides enough draft so that - 12 years 9c.
Adults 16c including tax. Children under E
overheating may continue. If on the
E 12 years 9 cents.
Oliver W. Perkins o f Estacad« rt other hand this air intake is reduc.
Ç -APT. ISAAC H U LL W R O T E IT OF HIS W H O LE SHIP'S
one was admitted to the Dragon City ed the fire will smoulder and unbum
ed gas will accumulate in the com
City hospital on Saturday.
COMPANY "FROM S M A LLE S T 60Y TO OLDEST SEAMAN‘
bustion chamber which is a potential
A FT ER THE "C O N STITUTIO N "(OLD IRONSIDES)
Harold Darrow son o f Mir .and source o f the much dreaded backfir
HAD TAKEN T H E " G U E R R IE R E "
Mrs. Ford Darrow was discharged ing and creosoting.
from the Oregon City hospital las'
Prof. Willey reports that domes
tic size sawdust burners are well
If you are going to do any fencing this fall don’t fail to see us. §
adapted to automatic contol and that \
The Estacada study club met on
E We specialize in high quality fencing o f all kinds and can save you E
Tuesday evening at the home o f Mrs.
may be saved by this method as com
pared with manual conuos. The bul_
The Estacada contract bridge club, letin discusses methods o f rating
met yesterday afternoon at the home sawdust burnets ,the comparative va
of Mrs ,R. R .Cooke.
lue o f different fuel, and various an
That well describes the new Zenith Radio. You will be sur- E
gles on the operation and care of
prised and delighted with the many new modern improvements on E
this radio and best o f all the price o f the various models is so re as- 5
U.S.NAVV AND MARINE CORPS
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domestic sawdust burners
of Carl Douglas American Legion
onable anyone can have a Zenith. You are cordially invited to come E
in and see and hear the new Zenith.
post and its auxiliary held last Mon
iJjiHIS IS ONE OF THE NAVAL TRADITIONS WHICH CAUSES SO
day evening in the Legion hall was
W A R RELATES OF
MANY FINE YOUNG MEN TO VOLUNTEER FOR OUR NAVY
largely attended. Following installa
tion ceremonies refreshments were “ A W F U L H ELL”
OR MARINE CORPS TODAY AND M A K ES C IV ILIA N S
RESO LUTE IN THEIR S H A R E IN NATIONAL D E F E N S E .
The Personal Service Store...............
Following are some extracts taken
Try Lemon Crunch cake ,our week from a letter received last week by 1 Broadway,
Estacada, Ore. E
end special. A deliciously different
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cake with a crunchy crispness that
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Gresham Methodist church and re.
delights with the first bite. A flu ffy
frosting encloses this tender, moist
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deliciously flavored cake that almost Bristol, England. It is reprinted from
melts in your mouth. Price 40c. But the Gresham Outlook.
Old Time and Modern
ter bread made from freshly churn
“ I am on duty in a hospital this
ed country butter. Pound loaf 11c.
week from 7:30 to 2:00 p.m., next
Lemon Cream pie each 35c. Order
week night duty, 9 to 7 :30 a.m. and
from our salesman when he calls at
the week after 2 to 9 p.m. I love
your home or from our bakery. Gre
the work o f the hospital but as I am
a mobile nurse I am sent out to all
Don’t be old-fashioned about servicing your
M. T. Schuster o f Milwaukie .ex
the blitzes That’s what I don’t like.
AT EAGLE CREEK
pert piano tuner was a business visi
The modern practical thing to do is let us
I have experienced some awful things
tor in Estacada Saturday.
take care of the mechanical end of it. Our ex
and towards the end my nerves were
Music by Tiny and His Wranglers
Chas. Surfus o f Fort Stevens spent giving out It’s awful you know to
perts will keep a close check on engine, igni
Sunday at the home o f his parents be called out while bombs are raining
tion and brakes. We keep a record of gas and
down .explosions occuring and fire3
Every Sunday Night at
burning whole streets away. I was
oil consumption. Our complete service is cheap
The Frank Hayden family have called out Good Friday night to a
RIVERSIDE HALL, WILLAMETTE
er, more efficient, more practical.
moved to Cascade Locks where Mr. spot where (censored) has been (cen
Tune in on KWJJ Every Sunday at 3 P. M.
Hayden is employed.
“ We work o f course in conjunction
The Victor Johnson family o f Port
land former Estacada residents were with rescue squads and what marvel
ous brave men they are. That night 1 “ Your Ford Dealer”
visiting friends here last Sunday.
Estacada, Oregon E
nearly finished me. I was spent out
Miss Betty Wallace o f Portland was and sick at heart. Since that night
a business visitor in Estacada last things have been quieter in Bristol
SEE THE NEW 1942 FORD V-8 ON DISPLAY
and as I said just now we have had
Andy Swanson formerly o f Esta- time to recuperate and our nerves
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cnda has gone to Klamath Fails where
he will take care o f the machinery in what we must endure this coming
U. S. MORGAN, ESTACADA, ORE.
a logging camp.
We Engish people aire banking on
A HOME OWNED STORE
J e ff Barr had three fine hams sto] the help o f the U. S .tremenduously
en from his place last week while You have played the game so far and
he was away from home putting the we know you will see us thru.
I Specials for FRIDAY-SATURDAY, October 10-11
rest o f the hog in cold storage.
The hay harvest in England has
Denzel White Is now employed as been the best for years and the
truck diriver by the Gresham Bak wheat harvest is also going to be
SNOWDRIFT, CRISCO and SPRY,
FOR THIS WEEK END
good. Now we hope that it can all
3-pound cans, ea ch ...................................
be gathered in before Hitler plans to
J. F. Standish Estacada plumber, burn it or use gas. The latter is a
FISHER’S BLENI),Flour, 49-lb. sack .... $ 1 . 8 7
returned this week from Gladstone thing to dread and lot o f people say
where he has been staying at a con that Hitler won’t use gas.
FISHER’S WINDMILL Flour, 49-lb. sack,
A deliciously different cake, a crunchy crispness that
It’s a game now with the clothes
I delights with the first bite. A flu ffy lemon frosting en
SODA CRACKERS, 2-lb. carton
............... 1 9 C
Postmaster and Mrs .A. H. Fasel coupons .We are allowed 40 coupons
closes this tender moist deliciously flavored cake that al
left last Friday on a trip to Califor. from September 1 to June 1. When
most melts in your mouth.
ROLLED OATS, Steel Cut 2-lbs. special..... 1 9 C
nia to visit relatives.
takes 3 and a coat 15 and a suit
GRAHAM CRACKERS, 2-lb. carton.............
Mrs. Lena Granum who has been 2g, 40 won’t go far. I am fortunate
visiting her daughter Mr« Rex Lud because we get nurses uniforms even
H-D JELL, package ..............................................5 C
low for sometime left for Portland to »hoes without coupons, and as I
This loaf is made wilfc froahly churned country but.
last week and on October 15 wil' am in unifrom more than out o f it
KELLOGG’S CORN FLAKES, pkg..............
ter. You knoiw how good that M.
depart for Los Angeles .Ca’.if., to re It shall make my 40 do.”
CAMPBELL’S SOUPS, cans for ..
main for an indefinite period.
One o f the members of Mrs. Hail's
Leslie Kiggins son o f Mr. and Mes nephews family had previously plan
MILK, all brands, tall c a n ................................. 8 C
J. C. Kiggins o f Estacada left last ned to cotrte to the U. S. to make
SUGAR, 10-lb*. .............................................
Friday for Oakland .Calif., where he his home at Gresham with Rev .and
will commence his second year of Mrs. Hall, while he finished school
SHORTENING, Dinner Bell, 1-lb. can.......... 1 5 C
study at the Polytechnic college of but the boat on which he was sche
duled to sail was filled to overflow
MILL RUN, special, 80-lb. sack
$ 1 .4 9
North Main Avenu«,
ing by the time it reached Bristol
The Bert H ison family o f Port
SHORTS, special, 80-lb. sa ck ..................... $ 1 . 5 5
land were Sunday guests at the L.
plans. The same boat was carrying
D. Meade home.
MAKERS OF ENRICHED BALANCED BUN
MIDDLINGS, special, 90-lb. sack ............. $ 1 . 7 5
more than 600 chidren enroute to
Philip Marshall is the new em this country was later torpedoed at
Two sacks to the customer
ployee at tthe Bob Cooke Motor com sea and many were lost
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