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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 31 ,1941
IMPORTANT MEET AT Rangers to
W. EATON HOME
Blackout Friday OF
The Cluckamas county league of
to service in the navy!
at 10 P. M. Turn My reaction
voters is forming the 1941.42
back the clock twenty years
study groups on the “Administration
and I would be only too happy to
ESTACADA RANGERS AND MO
FREDERICK FOREY AND FRED- APPROXIMATELY 50 TRADES of Mrs.
24 HOUR AIR RAID TEST TO repeat these experiences.
H. F. Bergis of Oswego will LALLA BUCKEROOS TO PLAY
START AT NOON TODAY; With the increased pay schedule ERICK N. NASH ARE CALLED AND VOCATIONS; CHANCE be at the home of Mrs. P. M. Eaton
and greater opportunities for ad BY DEATH THIS WEEK
on Thursday afternoon of next week, TODAY AT MOLALLA
BOMEERS WILL ATTACK
vancement offered in a swiftly ex
November 6 to organize an Estacada
panding navy the man who enlists
group. If you would like to know The Estacada Rangers and the Mo
Following daylight air maneuvers now can reasonably expect to become
happens to your tax dollar come lalla Buckeroos will play today. Fri
which have been conducted on Tues. a second class petty officer at abqut Frederick Forey ,age 68, who with the Navy Knox L .D .Meade editor what
Beigis. There is no ob
day, Wednesday and Thursday of seventy dollais per month within two Mrs. Forey has been conducting the of the Clackamas County News has ligation in Mrs.
on the Molalla, grid.
any way b.ut a fine oppor day Last
this week a 24-hour air raid test will years.
Fridays game between the Sil-
start today, Friday, at noon. This will Add to this expert medical and several years died suddenly at his navy in giving ambitious young men better informed citizens.
verton Silver Foxes and the Rangers
be climaxed by the blackout at about dental care, always the best of food, home here last Frrday .October 24. information about the opportunities
ended in a score of 44 to 0 in favor
10 tonight which will last approxi special attention do entertainm ent Funeral services weie held at the the “Two-Ocean navy” offers them
of the Foxes.
mately 15 to 20 minutes.
RED CROSS MEETINGS
The Silver-ton Foxes outweighed
and recreation .liberty whenever pos.
of Miller & Tracey in Port for technical training and advance
The army airfields at Portland. sible ,a months furlough with pay ev chapel
by many pounds per man
land at 2:30 p.m. on October 27.
The all day community Red Cross and the local footballers proved no
Tacoma, Olympia and Everett are ery year and after twenty or thirty Interment
sending out 100 pursuit planes and years service still a young man. An morial park cemetery.
According to an announcement meetings are held every first, third match for the visitors who had things
50 laige bombers. Courses of the adequate pension for the rest of your Deceased is survived by his widow made public in Washington a limited and fifth Thursdays at the city hall. pratically their own way thiuout the
Pot luck lunch at noon. Everyone in
bombers are platted and pursuit plan life.
and two daughters Mrs. Ethel number of additional men between Estacada and viciniity who cares to entire game.
es given data to use in intercepting You wlill have opportunity to a t Emily,
The Rangers have but one more
Sayles and Mrs. May Kimberlin both
a chance by enlistment in the navy help in this work is most welcome. game to play in the Big Nine league
tend the naval training schools where of Portland.
It is estimated that some 6000 civ you may learn airplane mechanics,
after the Molalla argument. This
or naval reserve to get to the top
ilian observers have been kept busy sheet metal smithing, electrical en
game is with the powerful Gresh.
with big pay in jobs which by their
FREDERICK H. NASH
during the invasion period. Their gineering, radio or almost any trade
am Gophers on November 14th at
aptitude and as a result of examina
duty is to report to information ceil, which might fit you for civilian life Frederick H. Nash wias born at tions they show themselves fitted,
tors and by taking the repoits from should you not like to continue the Lenox, Iowa March 3, 1880, and died from among nearly 50 different
the blackout here to
widely scatered areas the center is navy.
at his home in Estacada October 26, trades and vocations. These include Regarding
.Friday, Hallowe'en the follow
PTA PLANS MEETING
able to determine the probable course And in the meantime you will have 1941 at the age of 61 years. For a such callings as aviiation machinist, night
ing information is added to the fea
of the “hostile” plane and so signal visited far places and seen strange number of years he has operated a dental technician, phohographer dies tured
article on this page.
The PTA meeting will be held one
th» defense air fields where pursuit peoples. You wi(l have ridden in shingle mill at North Estacada. Sur el engineer, radio techniciian, electri
ships ascend to attack the invaders. sampans and rickshas in Japan and viving relatives are his widow, Mrs. cian, welder .storekeeper, and baker. The notice of approaching enemy week earlier this time, meeting on
Army leaders are trying to impress China. Walked their cities, narrow Nettie B .Nash, and four sons and Enisted men may also qualify for planes will be transmitted from Port Tuesday .November 4 in the high
land and it is intended that this in school auditorium. The meeting Is
the public with the fact that these crooked streets edged with flimsy two daughters. Lawrence, Kendall, commissions as officers.
maneuvers are not games but ser bamboo and paper houses, dodged Dartell, George and Lois Nash of Beginning this week the navy plans formation will be 10 minutes in ad called for 2 o’clock. A movie will be
featured by the T. B. Association.
thousands of bicycles careening thru Estacada and Mrs. Ethna Higby of for a limited time to accept new qua) vance of the arrival of the planes.
Estacada and Sandy and all towns those streets. Seen their shrines and Forest Grove and two grandchildren ified men for training. These men This information will be transmitted Everyone is cordially invited to a t
in the valley aie prepared for the holy places .their terraced hillsides Phyllis and Harold Higby. One sister will be sent to one of four naval by the radio stations in Portland, tend and the parents of school chil
telephone and telegraph amateur dren are especially urged to come,
blackout which will come tonight.
diked rice paddies, seen the end Mrs. D. E. Armstrong of Placerville, training stations and may have a short
wave stations. The signal for both grade and high. You will all be
Warning of the impending blackout and
Calif., and 4 half brothers and one chance to go to a navy tiade school the blackout
of short interested in the second feature of
will be sounded by blowing of the ting of the coolies.
even before assignment to the fleet. blasts given by is the a series
fire siren for 3 the afternoon which will be a play
fire sirens. At such warnings all per You will have seen the bumboats Funeral services were held Wed During this period they will be given
sons are urged to immediately turn at Manilla bi'inging raw sugar, cop nesday, October 29 at 1 p.m. from regular navy pay and the navy’s free minutes and at the end of the 15 presented by tthe 6th grade. This
minutes the all clear signal will lie part of the program will be in the
off all lights visible from the out
and cocoanuts down the river to the chapel of thhe Riveiview ceme schooling is valued at hundreds of given
which is three long basts re grade school auditorium. An execu
side and to cover windows where tur ra
the sea. You will! have ridden in tery, Portland, Rev. A .J. Mockford dollars.
tive meeting will preceed the regu
ning off light is impracticabe. Every their
those little car. of Oregon City officiating with the “Never in ths history of the Uni All counties
meeting and will be held a t 1:30
resident is asked personally to see riages carramettas,
of the Cascades lar
by one small pony, al Masonic lodge of Portland participat ted States has there been a greater will participate west
in the high school auditorium. All
that no light is visible from his home. ways at drawn
opportunity for loyal young Ameri
and always belabor
officers are asked to be there.
Light no matches during the blackout ed by the a gallop
driver. You will have seen view cemetery the Chapman Funeral can to serve their country and build
period and keep tuned in to your ra their thatched
huts on stilts home of Estacada directing.
their future than right now,” said COUNTY WILL SELL
dio for warnings and for running de and that patient bamboo
$22,550 IN PROPERTY
CASES IN LOCAL JUSTICE
scription of the test thruout the ter_ water buffalo .usually ridden by a
ritory. During the blackout do not practically naked brown boy of rid
offered by enlistment in the novy $22,550 composed mostly of small Following are recent cases in the
cross streets Remain where you are iculous smallness.
Mr. Meade ,navy editor of the Clack
and please obey promptly any instruc You will have seen the beach at
and plotted lots will be sold justice court of Judge C .0. Troupe
amas County News said, “It promises acreages
tions given by oir raid wardens, fire-, Waikiki, Rio, Recife, Cape Town,
of probable purchas of Estacada.
for a bright young man to increase ers by deputy sheriff
men or special police
George Jewell Thos. Newlands, Canby fined $10
Suez and scores of others.
his pay seven times during his first
November 22, 29 and December 6. for overlength load.
And always as your ship ,big, grim All Garden club members are urg enlistment and he can earn as much on Bill
Cook, former assessor has Jack Leroy Sherrick, Portland, fin
purposeful and beautiful .shoulders ed to be present at the next meeting as $126 a month. This monthly fig been working
the project which ed $10 for void foreign license
her way thru the heaving seas, you with Mrs. Russell Reed on Novem ure is actually worth much more when consists of 110 on parcels
of county plates.
will thrill with pride that you are an ber 3rd.
it is rememmbered that the man has lands foreclosed on fo t taxes.
Mr. Glen Allen Nealeigh, Oregon City,
integral part of the complex and Another chapter of our club his few living expenses and is provided Cook
appraised the lands, inter, fined $7.50 for no state permit.
highly trained organization which tory will be given, this time by past with the finest medical and dental view has
possible purchasers and pre Jim Chezene, Mulino, fined $7.50
keeps her proudly in place as one president Della Ewalt.
for defective muffler.
Rose Lankins, route 2, Estacada, of the first line of defense, one of Chrysanthemums will be featured “ You have all your food and lodg pared descriptions for the sale.
Wm. Epperly .Portland fined $7.50
member of Harding grange No. 122,
no state permit.
was awarded fifth prize in the can Emery Ford, ex-U. S. navy man. tiful fall flower are asked to bring clothing provided by Uncle Sam free”
Chas. Haworth, Portland, fined
ned fruit division of the state finals
continued Mr. Meade. “In addition
$7.50 for over lawful combine
of the Oregon Grange-White Satin
KOAC garden club radio questions there are free sports and entertain
Sugar canning contest at Portland
will be answered by Mrs. Ames thru ment .even the latest Hollywood pic
Haakon Peterson, Estacada, fined
on October 27. As her award she will OR A SHOOTING RANGE
the medium of flower arrangement. tures. On top of this you get free
$10 for defective muffler.
receiver a 21 Vi quart all-aluminum Last Sunday folks in Estacada Mrs. Fasel will answer garden pro travel and adventure in colorful plac
Stewart Hansen .Portland, fined
pressure cooker. Her entry was a jar were
es, a thing few civilians can afford.” The first victory of the 1941 foot $12 for over lawful combine weight.
of loganberries which was also aw were on a battle front i n Eu For rollcal leach member is to con “When you consider the size of ball season for an Estacada high Ray Enoch Erdahl, Portland, fin
arded first place in the county finals rope. Would be hunters were rang tribute one or more packets of flower this country and the fact that the school team was scored Tuesday af ed $7.50 for void foreign license.
of the contest held recently.
of this week when the Esta Frank Winfeld Ely, route 2, Col
ing the hills around town shooting seeds from their own garden to be navy will select only 15,000 appli ternoon
Competition both in quality and with
placed in the garden center at the cants a month from many times that cada Juniors defeated the Oregon ton fined $100 for reckless driving.
number of entries was exceptionally ving object. One prominent lady resi local library for free distribution to number thruout the United States City high school junior team by a Arrest made by OfficeiS Secanti and
keen this year reported those in lient of Estacada who was particu. all flower growers.
the quotation “many are called but score of 19 to 12 on Kelly Field.
charge of the contest. Both judges, larly incensed about the hunters said:
few are chosen” will apply to local The victorious Estacada boys are
Mrs .Katherine Laughton of the Ore
from the freshman and sophomore
young men interested.
sitting under the apple tree in
gon Journal and Mrs. Arlene Fon. j “ my I was
TRADING POST OPENS
taine of the Oregonian commented 1 ditating when a bullet knocked the IN ELY BUILDING
first touchdown for Estacada
Candidates must be men of more was The made
on the exceptionally high quality of bark from a branch of the tree abr
by Ralph Slaughter with
thru center. Esta
ove my head. You can talk all you cada Tradng Post in the Ely build tion ,of fine moral character and cada failed plunge
Because of the increased interest want
to make the conversion.
shown in this second annual event iseerne-, bo me we also need some ing on Broadway and is now ready tion of a t least two local townspeo Second touchdown was scored by Jun
designed to promote the beet sugar defense here in Estacada against the for business. The new business con ple.”
ior Beard on a reverse play and con. The Oregon City office of the
industry of the state by increasing fools with high powered guns who go cern rdvertises to buy, sell and ex
was scored on a pass, W alter state employment service has sent
local consumption it was announced romping around endangering lives change and calls attention to their As navy editor Mr. Meade has just to Hayden. The last touchdown for twelve more aviation sheet metal
that plans are already afoot to make and property.”
large stock of used furniture, stoves, received from Washington a supply Estacada was the result of a pass, trainees from Clackamas county to
of free illustrated booklets for all Beard to Marion Tucker.
the 1942 contest one of the largest
the Boeing Aircraft corporation. Se
ranges and floor coverings.
men interested and in addition
ven of these boys were taken from
of its kind ever held.
Mr. and Mrs. Taylor have taken young
welcome inquiries from young
the aviation sheet metal classes of
SENIOR CLASS PLAY DRAWS
up their residence in the rear of will
men who wish to look into the new GRESHAM BAKERY
the National Defense troining scho >1
and greater opjiortunities the navy
NO SIGN OF PLANE
at Canemah and five from the sheet
now offers for training for future HALLOWE’EN SPECIAL
A crowd which filled the huge au
REPORTED TO CRASH
metal class from the tthe Camp Zig
civilian careers as they serve their
ditorium of the Estacada union high HORSES ARE REAL MEAN
zag. Below are the names of the
country now in its emergency.
Monday night Bill Dwyer reported school to capacity enjoyed the mys iTO EDITORS
cake to meet all party occasions. W alter C. Colvin Billie Etchison
the possibility of a plane crashing in tery farce “Find the Woman” as pre
One layer chocolate and the other Ancel
the Squaw mountain district Search sented by the senior elasB of the local
Vincent Howard, Jr.
Sometime ago L. D. Meade, Clack NEW LIST OF MEN TO
orange. Iced on sides in chocolate Emery L. C. Dunn
ers to date however, have been un high school on Friday evening of amas
Lewis E. Kraft
frosting with an orange icing on top. Bernard Goodman Donald
able to locate the machine.
while trying to mount his horse.
Decorated with cats and pumpkins. Ernest Shelley
The play was splendidly acted and ribs
was one of the most entertaining dle and when he got there neither Following is the revi.-ed list of the
A rthur Lombardi
ever staged on the local high school the horse nor the saddle were where men who will appear at Estacada plain, powdered sugar .frosted and These placements leave several va
nut. They are popular with apple ci.
in both these classes and any
he expected them to be. Consequent draft headquarters Monday morning, der, 25c a dozen. Pumpkin pies, spi cancies
intereated in taking this training
•REE SHOW FOR KID< SHOWS COMING TO THE
ly he had to go around for several November 3rd to he sent to Portland ced just right at 30c each. Order one
apply to the Oregon State
weeks tied up with bandages.
for induction into the U .S. army. from our salesman when he calls or should
service at Oregon City
All children up to 12 years of NEW BROADWAY THEATRE
Last Sunday Orval Butler, Sandy Robert E. Dunn, Oregon City
at our bakery. Gresham Bakery.- employment
who will refer them to the National
ige will be admitted FREE to the
Defense vocational training authority
ing to the new Broadway theatre in fidential like to a range mare over Ralph W. Chaney .Estacada.
or to the CCC’s.
CARD PARTY SATURDAY
during the month of No in eastern Oregon when the pesky- Bi n B. Protsman, Canhy.
New Broadway Theatre Estacada
critter turned around and kicked him Ernest F. Botterson, Brockway.
Eagle Creek community club
"Caught in the Draft,” “ Belle Starr" n the jaw and mouth. Fortunately Peter L. Guggenbickler, Milwaukie will The sponsor
a card party at the It’s better for your wife to find
in Eagle Creek this Sat a letter in your pocket that you for
Toys Goodbye,” “ Wild Geese Cal- his only inconvenience was picking Den ni P .Zimmerman, Oregon City schoolhouse
;r«r 99 “Give us Wings,” “ Barnacle a few horse hairs out of his teeth. Arnold E. Generoski, Estacada. urday, November 1st. Refreshments. got to mail than one you forgot to
Everybody cordially invited.-<Adv. burn.
Adolph E. Happold, Boring.
Such is life in the far west.
Bill,” and “Hold That Ghost.”
from Oregon City
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