Clackamas County news. (Estacada, Or.) 1928-1957, November 07, 1941, Image 2

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    CLACKAMAS COUNTY NEWS
CLASSIFIED
ADVERTISING
FOR SALE. 3 acres ju st outside
Estacada city limits, 3 blocks north
o f high school. House 16x24, good
berry land. A bargain for (606. J.
J. Marchbank, Eataeada. Tel 26-4.
D E P E N D A B L E U S E D CARS
1938 Plymouth 4-door seedan.
1937 Dodge sedan.
1937 Plymouth sedan.
1934 Plymouth tudor .
1932 Plymouth sedan.
B R O C K W A Y & N E IS O N
D o d g e &■ P lym outh D ealers
T e l. 20 7
G resham , O re
FOR SALE. Model T Vivton pick
up, 5 good tires ,starter, U. S. bat­
tery, nearly new top and back cur­
tains, Hasslera’ all in very good con.
dition. Price on application. Cash or
will trade for anything that don’t eat
except cars. J. F .Standish, Plumber,
Estacada, Oregon.
FOR SALE. Milk house equipment “ B L O N D IE IN SOCIETY”
and small route. Will also rent im­ A T B R O A D W A Y T H E A T R E
proved farm. Inquire o f Carl Reh
berg, Tel. F.stacada 86-51.
The Bumsteads go high hat to hit
a new high for hilarity in the first
WANTED. Anvil and forg*. Also feature at the Broadway theatre tins
can use other small farm or shop
Friday and Saturday .November 7
tools. Address all answer» to Clack
and 8. “ Blondie in Society” is the
amas County News.
funniest chapter yet in the laugh-
packed. story o f this favorite fam­
ily. Wherein Dagwood goes in foi
the blue bloods. Blondie sees red and
the neighbors grow purple with rage.
S ee ou r C om p lete L ine o f
It’s a scream. Second leature on this
MODERN
program is the technicoloi master­
piece “ Billy the Kid’ ’ starring Ro­
bert Taylor, Brian Dunlevy, Ian Hun­
ter and Mary Howard. All the natur­
Goble cover ctop discs, Hydraul al beauty o f the early west, breath,
ic controlled.
taking in its scenic wonder is the
5-£t. and 7-ft. Field tiller and semi background for this story which deal
sub soiler. Works with Ford hy. with a youthful adventurer who first
joins up with an unscrupulous gang
draulic principle.
in an early day cattle war then
7-ft. Spring tine 2-row cultivator.
swings to the side of the persecuted
Plow«, 2 14-in. or 16-in. or one 18 ranchers. Taylor is brilliant in hi-
hard-riding, fast-shooting portrayal
inch.
o f the title role.
Hydro,Scoop slip scraper.
Farm Machinery
Bulldozer blade and scraper, hydraul­
ically controlled.
FOR SALE. At a bargain, two
dandy lots in Estacada Lake park. A b o v e m ach in ery ell is c o n tro lle d
These lots are especially desireable.
h yd rau lically
See or call Clackamas County News,
Viking cream separator.
Estacada, Oregon.
Universal milking machines
BUY W ITH CONFIDENCE Electric fence.
Dependable Used Cars
Reconditioned
Still at the L ow est of P rices
Letz combination feed mill.
FARM EQUIPMENT
COMPANY
1941 Plymouth special deluxe sedan
S uper H ighw ay at G lad ston e
at a birr saving to you.
P. O. B ox 127, O reg on C ity
1940 Plymouth deluxe sedan. Very
T elep h on e 2 * 7 8 9 1
low mileage. Big heater, defroster.
Especially clean car.
1937 Plymouth deluxe coupe. Just
A n cien t R o c k s
reconditioned.
The oldest rocks whose age has
1940 Chrysler Royal sedan. Radio
been definitely determined are in
and heater.
South Dakota and Manitoba—1,700,-
000,000 years old ,_______
HESSEL IMPLEMENT CO.
Gresham, Oregon
In tern ation al T ru ck s
C h rysler,
C hrysler
P lym ou th ,
IH C T ru ck s
P lym o u th
P H O N E 22 9
FOR SALE. 3 milch goats, 2 fresh,
1 dry. Also considerable household
furnishings for sale or trade. Julius
Paulsen, Tel. 34-116.
EAGLE CREEK
The November meeting o f the Fel­
lowship circle will be held at the
home of Mrs. Dorothy Lam per on
Wednesday, November 5th. It will be
an all day meeting beginning at 10:30
a.m. During the morning hour a stu­
dy of Sunday school methods will be
presented. The afternoon session will
be devoted to Alaska. Mrs. Ann Ho!_
mes o f Portland who lived in Alaska
for some time will be speaker.
FOR SALE. Dandy fine S.year old
gelding ,w’t about 1750. Sound in ev­
ery way. 1 4-year old Jersey-Guern­
sey cow .fresh three months. R. D.
John Glover who have been grave­
Watkins, Eagle Creek, Ore.
ly ill with pneumonia came home
from from the hospital last week. He
PRICED TO SELL. 35 V4 acres un-
.vill remain at the Matt Glover home
Improved level land, good soil, 1 mile for a few days.
from Estacada adjoining Kimmel
Six tables were in play at the com­
property, electric lights .city water
and phone available. Will sell all or munity club card party at the school
in 5 acre tracts. W. P. Ferrel, Eagle Saturday eve. High honors were aw­
Creek, route 1. Tel. 73.11.
tf. arded to Mrs. Earl Schell, Mrs. Wal­
ter Douglas, Adolph Still and Mrs.
Youngren.
DEPENDABLE USED
TRACTOR AND HORSE
DRAW N IMPLEMENTS
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Pe9chal and
baby daughter foim er residents have
returned to the community and are
living on the Weber place back of
the Judd ranch.
30 Caterpillar.
15 Caterpillar.
10 Caterpillar.
R- 2 Caterpllar.
George Douglas fell while mount­
F-12 on rubber with 16-in. plow. ing his tractor last week and was ta­
Berry tractor with steel and rub­ ken to the hospital in a serious con­
dition.
ber wheels.
Fordson, has magnetto, tuns good.
Ember Wison is driving a truck
1937 Fordson. Good condition.
for the Squaw Mountain mill. Ed
HESSEL IMPLEMENT CO. Robbins is operating his service sta_
tion during his absence.
Gresham, Oregon
Walter Smith has purchased the
FOR SALE or TRADE. 12 year former Frank Fuchs place on Weitz
old bay mare w’t about 1350. Will and the family will move there soon.
trade for team o f gentle horses. Mr. Smith is employed as a welder in
Would prefer team of mules and will Portland.
pay difference. Write or see Ernest
Lawrence Blaisdell is working in
Eschler .Estacada, rt, 2 in Garfield Portland.
district.
Joe Fuchs fell while working at
FOR SALE. Road graval and drlv* the Oregon shipbuilding plant one
way gravel for sale at pit or deliver­ day last week and has been in the
ed. Deep Creek Gravel Co., rt. 1, .boa 1 hospital since.
101„ Boring, Ore.
Clyde Phillips of Toledo spent the
FOR RENT.
Reasonable, ca- week end here.
in on Cedar Creek. Has fireplace
Furnished or unfurnished. For par.
O rchard R idgs D airy. Refrigerator
ticulars see C. Tohaison, 417 E .Pow­
cooling system, good cold milk, but­
ell Blvd, Gresham, Oregon.
ter and cream the whole year round.
— Oscar Judd.
IZZY ’ S AUTO WRECKING. We
buy old cars and trucks. We sell auto
parts, tires, batteries, oil and re-
juilt generators. Also cable, pipe, fit­
tings, angle irons, flat irons, etc.
We buy junk, radiators, batteries,
ind scrap iron. Tel. Estacada 78-6.
address box 375D, route 2, Boring.
\t Barton on Estacada highway.
FOR SALE. Airway vacuum clean,
sr in good condition. Priced very rea-
tonable. Inquire L. D. Meade resi
lence.
FOR RENT. Furnished house. Mrs.
E. J. Standish, Estacada, Ore.
FOR SALE. 24-n. hand split fir
shakes. (12.50 pe<r M. W. E. Hyde
rt. 2, Estacada. At Viola Store.
tf
FOR SALE or RENT. Small farmi
,ith houaes. Tel. 29 12. U. S. Mor­
an, Estacada, Ora.
Jack Benny in
‘ ‘ C h a rley ’ » A u n t”
This Sunday, Monday and Tuesday
December 8, 1941 at 9 o ’clock A.
way theatre presents the gieat coin
medienne Jack Benny in “ Charley’s
Aunt.” As the fellow who masquer­
ades as a woman to help out his
chums, Benny is said to give the
most hilarious performance o f his
career on the stage, radio and screen.
Kay Francis and James Ellison head
the featured cast which also includes
Edmund Gwenn, Anne Baxter, Regi­
nald Owen and Arleen Whelan. Jack
Benny is truly funnier than ever
before in “ Charley’s Aunt.” His re­
putation as the man who can get the
most laughs out o f comedy lines and
situations is enhanced by his superb
comedy performance.
FRIDAY, NOV. 7. 1941
family o f Gresham visited at the
Henry Christensen home Sunday.
Visitors at the J. O. Botkin home
are Mrs. Sibray from Pennsylvania.
Mrs. Fisher and daughter Geitrude
and Erving Hoffman from Minne­
sota.
Walter Mnurer was also home for over the week end at the Ralph Le­
a short visit. He is employed near mon home.
Herllliston.
Dr .and Mrs F '-d Pickering were
Mr. and Mrs. Hurry Finney were at their country home over the week
Sunday dinner guests at the C .11. end. Dr. Pickering’s are very busy
Dice home.
over the week end planting garlic.
Two more places have changed
hands, the Geo. Orr’s and the old
Houston plaee near the Builey place.
CURRINSVILLE
City With Streets of Gold
Dawson City, Yukon Territory,
Mildred Groves was taken quite
Mr. and Mrs .Ted Ahlberg from suddenly ill last week at school but may be said to have streets of gold.
After the recovery of the mam gold
Portland were out visiting friends is reported back at her studies.
content of gravel originally washed
here and at Estacada Sunday.
down from above the Klondike val­
Mrs. W. C. Taylor attended the ley, hundreds of tons of waste in
Mr. and Mrs. Geongie Fourier and
funeral of Allen Burs at Clackamas which • trace of gold still remained
Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Johnston and
last Thursday who died quite sudden­ w ere used to grade the roads in ana
Mr. and Mrs. R. H .Currin were din. ly on Tuesday.
around the town. The actual gold
ner guests at the S. D. Dunlop home
content remaining is, of course, very
in Portland Saturday evening.
Walter Shriner of Portland visited small.
Geo. Douglas is still in the Port­
land General ' hospital following a
painful fall when he slipped from his
tractor almost a week ago. He is
slowly recovering.
Currinsville Store
Mr. and Mrs. Dan Allen from Su-
sanville arrived Sunday for a visit
with Mrs. Allens parents and Mr. Al­
lens relatives at Bull Run.
“ WHERE YOUR DOLLAR GOES FARTHEST”
The McConnell family were pleas­
antly surprised Sunday when a num­
ber o f relatives and friends came
out to visit them. Coming from Port­
land were Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Ben.
son, Mrs. Ruby Jensen, Millie McCon­
nell and Mr. and Mrs. Preston.
WEEK-END FOOD SPECIALS
Delicious Dried Prunes, 4-lbs. 25c
M A M M O T H RIPE OLIVES, No. 1 tall can ... 2 2 c 4
Mrs. Wm. True spent the past
week in Portland returning home on
Monday.
SIR W ILLIA M Worcestershire Sauce, bot....... 10c4
Hugh Walker returned ftom Cali-1
fornia a short time ago and is living
on his brother’s place.
V ELV ET TOILET TISSUE, 4 1000 sheet r o l l s 2 9 c
BARTON
New Sperry Pancake and Waffle
Flour
Frank Whitehead took his family,
his mother and his new sister-in-law
Mrs. Milburn Whitehead to Portland
“ K isse l fo r B re a k fa st”
One o f the season’s gayest comedy on a shopping trip Saturday.
romances is Warner Bros, hilarious
Mrs. Adolph Still was in Portland
new film “ Kisses for Breakfast, ,star_ Sunday afternoon and enjoyed a brief
ring Dennis Morgan which comes to visit with her mother Mrs. Hugh W il.
the Broadway Wednesday and Thurs son.
day November 12 and 13. Morgan
Mr .and Mrs. Louie Pilot were out
portrays the man-about-town who
from Portland Sunday to call on Mr,
develops amnesia whan an old girl
and Mrs. Hal Gibson and were very
friend bops him over the head. Shir­
glad to find him steadily getting bet­
ley Ross and Jane Wyatt are a cou­
ter.
ple o f girls whom he marries in fo r ­
Tillman Forman of Barton was one
getful moments. Program concludes
with the ninth chapter o f “ Riders o f of the representatives o f OSC inter-
fraternity council who left Thursday
Death Valley.”
for Stanford university to attend
the western states conference o f col­
L E T T E R T O T H E E D IT O R
lege fraternities.
There appears in the December is­
sue o f the American magazine an ar­
ticle which should be not only read
by every American but studied. This
article deals with the subject o f the
success o f Russia in defending her.
self against Nazi invasion. Written
by Joseph E. Lewis former ambassa­
dor to Russia from the U .S. it tells
how the 5th column was annihilated
and Hitler’ s system o f undermining
the government and its defense from
within was frustrated at the time
o f the murder o f Leon Trotsky in
Mexico where he had fled.
It shows where the speculation
o f many Americans that all military
leaders in Russia were shot was just
all wrong. Not the leaders but th<
subversives, the tools o f Adolph Hit­
ler who beat their breasts and brag­
ged o f their acts o f treason against
the U.S.S.R. were tried in the pre­
sence o f Mr. Davis and later stood
up against the wall and shot.
So it seems that we Americans may
learn a lesson from our underprlvil-
iged neighbors across Behring Strait.
Do we not have leaders among our
mighty men who will bear rigid in­
vestigation?
A Subscriber.
Clyde Brown and family were here
Sunday to visit his father and bro­
ther. They are comfortably settled
in the Paikrose district and Clyde en­
joys his new work very much.
/
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Millsap were
happily surprised one day last week
when old time friends called on them.
The visitors were N. D. Keefhaver
o f Lebanon ond Mr. and Mrs. Wayne
Green o f Portland.
PORTER
GARFIELD
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Adamson
and son Allen from Woodbum visited
at the Leslie Randal) home Sunday.
Visitors at the Oliver Bowman
home ovet the week end was Mrs.
Bowman’ s father, Wm. Sigworth of
Chehaliis, Wash.
Muriel Lombard is working at Eu­
gene, this state.
Mr. and Mrs .Mack Robbins and
Edward and June Grant left last
Wednesday for Buffalo, Wyo., to vi­
sit relatives and work at the beets
which are extensively grown in W y.
oming.
POPEYE,
THE
T. H. Groves is having sevetal hun­
dred filberts set out on his newly
acquired place here. Carroll Bush
o f Eagle Creek is doing the planting.
Several ladies from here are very
faithful in going to Estacada and
working fo r the Red Cross. Mrs.
Grace Still has charge o f the roll call
at Eagle Creek and in this vicinity
and hopes to enlist every family as
a member.
Robert Sumpter and family were
visiting relatives here Monday. Mrs.
Sumpters mother ,Mrs Whitehead and
his sister Mrs Daisy Hidkmund.
The youngsters around here had
a lot o f fun Hallowe’ en and from
all reports some of the oldsters were
not so slow joining in.
RECRUITING
O F F I C E R,
- ILL BET WA WISHES VA
WAS IN TH' N A W '/
4-lb . |»kg.
20c
«
FLA V O R FOODS CHILI CON CARNE
11-ounce can ................... ...................................1 0 < ?
S W A N — the pure white floating toilet soap
THREE regular size b a rs................................1 7 c *
H OUSEH OLD SANDPAPER, lg. size pkg.
10<4
Currinsville Mercantile Co.
J. C. Tunnell, Mgr.
Currinsville, Ore.
Telephone Estacada 100-2
m
:<s
Bakery Special
FOR THIS WEEK END
Lemon Butter Cake 30c & 50c
Again we are featuring this tasty, yellow butter
cake. The lemon butter frosting is topped with a lemon
nut crunch.
Streusel Coffee Cake
ea. 25c
You will find this streussel topped, cream-filled
coffee cake just right for breakfast.
Cracked Wheat Bread, lb. loaf lie
The natural wheat flavor is retained in this health,
ful loaf o f bread. Toast it too.
W. C. Taylor was home over the
week end from Tongue Point. He
■wrill be there another ten days or
two weeks on defense work.
S A S . A C O U R SE, T H A S SO !.' B E S ID E S \
LEA R N IN ' A S K IU .E O TRADE IN T tf NAW.
TH’ SA ILO R S HAVE P L E N ’V O P F U N —
tOIT' LOTS O F TIM E o
T V IS IT TH 1 l a n d s
O F RO M A N S« A N ' O P P O R T U N IK V /
Makes wonderful pancakes and waffles
Bakery
North Main Avenue,
Gresham, Ore.
Tel Gresham 288
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