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FRIDAY, NOV. 21, 1941
“Get Your Machinery Repairs
SALE HAS STARTED
Now/' Says County Agent
Nears Completion sale The began 35th last annual Monday,
WHITE SWAN NOTED
AT THREE LINKS
On Monday night, November 10
the community of Three Links was
as an overnight refuge by 150 MEMBERS ATTEND CONVEN.
The Clackamas county board has chosen
Swan. The bird had ap
contacted faim machinery distribu parently became
lost in the heavy TION IN SPITE OF INCLEMENT
tors in this area who indicate that overhanging fog prevalent
that ev WEATHER PREVAILING
their store inventories are very low ening.
and they are unable to build up sup The bird had chosen as a resting
plies for expected spring require
Work on the construction of th..
the comparatively placid river The Rebekah convention of district
ments .Their orders for supplies must place
new short wave radio station being
of the Three Links power No .2 is now past history but the hap
erected at Three Links by the Port
first discovered about penings of the day will long remain
land General Electric company is ra
The county defense board believes 9:30 in When
he was lying fiesh in our memories.
pidly nearing construction. A huge
that cooperation of farmers in plac quietly at rest in the lee
of a huge Our very efficient chairman Lora
eighty.seven foot pole serving as a
ing orders now' will go a long way to house-sized nock directly across
Schoenburg had arranged her pro
radio mast has been raised and will
ward alleviating a poossible acute sit river from the plant. Though the
so perfectly that no “dull mo.
be su into un ted by a ten foot anten
uation next spring.
bird was easily recognized as a swan ments” had any part in it. Immedia
na. The tower has a ten foot foun
The county agricultural defense in the glow of the many lights of tely after the opening ceremonies the
dation and is painted a brilliant or
board also urges fanners to inspect the
station it was impossible to de officers of the convention were es
ange and white. The transmitter
farm machnery now on hand and to termine
of this lovely corted to their stations by the offi
house being built at the site of the
order repairs at an early date. Deal member of the the species
cer » of our lodge and each presented
tower will be completed soon and it
ers cannot be expected to have large Upon the arrival shortly
with a corsage of pink and green the
is hoped the radio may be put into JOSEPH E. MAXWELL WINS
amounts of repairs on hand at a mo. discovery of several interested on. colors of the Order.
ments notice as in the past.
lookers from the community and the All the lodges in the district were
The radio, operating on a high, ADVANCEMENT IN NAVY
the sylph like bird .apparently represented with good attendance.
frequency short wave band will be
somewhat fon- his personal Oregon City had the largest number
used for emergency purposes only Joseph E. Maxwell, chief signal
ery purchased many of the old grain safety floated liesurely down the riv present of the visiting lodges.
as in the event telephone and all man, U. S. navy of Estacada, Oregon
separators which have been unused er with grace an ddignity which was The courtesy committee received
other means of communication are has been recommended fo r tempor.
and introduced the following distin
for several years should be put in beautiful to watch.
disrupted as is often the case in se ary advancement to the rank of boat
guished visitors. Myrtle Mc Alpin, pre
vere weather. However it will be test swuin, the 13th naval district here
certain conditions these machines do determinable ever seen In the terri sident of the Rebekah assembly of
ed at frequent intervals to insure has been informed .
a better job of threshing than do tory afforded a wonderful opportun Oregon .Madeline Rossner .vice pre
of its functioning correctly. P. G. E. Maxwell was among 1451 enlisted
the new combines.
ity for appreciation by observers of sident of the assembly, four past pre
employees at Three Links will serve men recentty »elected by the navy
Repaits for old machinery are fre his glistening downy-white plumage sidents, all visiting district deputy
as operators of tne radio. Several of for temporary advancement to war.
quently not kept in stock and are to and supple, slendem .curving neck. presidents and our own district de.
the men have already taken the gov rant officer rank.
puty president Della Ewalt. Ritualis
be obtained only on special order.
ernments tests required to qualify as
tic work which was very Instructive
Early orders "will help insure deliv
a licensed radio operator.
SPECIAL MEETING CALLED
was exemplified by the visiting lod
ery in time for harvest.
MRS. IRA BARR GETS
FOR MONDAY, DEC. 1
During the noon hour the dining
CHICKENPOX IN THE LEAD
room became the center of interest
There will be a special meeting at where
WORKS IS PROGRESSING
ATHLECTICS STRESS SPORT
all did their share in relieving
Barr proved last week
the Garfield grange hall in Garfield the tables
Chickenpox with seven cases con. that Mrs. her Ira famous
of some of their load of
tinued to lead the list of communica Jeff isn’t, the only one in the Barr Work on Estacada’s new water You wouldn’t think that Uncle p.m. for membeis of the Garfield delicious eats. Centerpieces of mums
ble diseases in Clackamas county dur family who is handy with a rifle
various colorful vegetables and
mutual telephone company. All stock and
ing the past week .health officer Dan when she shot a 150 pound bear up isfactorily and it is expected will be in ships would have much time for holders
fruits in keeping with the approch-
sports ,but they do. The navy con- ed to attend. The meeting has been ing Thanksgiving season added to
P. Trullinger disclosed Monday. The in the mountains about 5 miles east completed sometime next summer.
The wisdom of the Estacada city sideis athletics to be an integral part called
figures gathered from 58 percent of of
the purpose of reorganiz the The
council in ordering their water pipe of a well belanced naval life. Coach ing the for
the physicians included: Chickenpox i Mrs
afternoon session was first
seven; influenza, five; impetigo,! husband who is a second Daniel a year ago is now evident. Oregon Vaughan athletic coach at Etacada
entertained by Mr. Guss from Sandy
three; scabies, pneumonia, mumps Boone when it comes to roaming the City has not been so fortunate and high school explains how the navy
who had some recordings from the re
may have considerable trouble in se teaches teamwork, individual re DICK SPONHAUER HEADS
and whooping cough each one.
cent Sandy I. O.O.F. and Rebekah
curing their conduits as steel prior sourcefulness and good sportsman ESTACADA FIREMEN
convention .After playing these he
The bear didn’t run and neither did ities at present exclude cities from ship.
made some recordings of our conven
Mrs. Barr. As calmly as though she purchasing this material due to de “Nearly every popular American
BARTHOLOMEW'S CELEBRATE were
tion, namely short speeches by our
sport is played in the navy” says Mr. dent of the Estacada fire department President, Myrtle McAlpin ,our chair
25TH WEDDING ANNIVERSARY raised her trusty rifle and let Mr. fense needs.
Vaughan. “There are football, base at the last meeting of that organiza man Lora Schoenburg and past presi
Bruin have it between the eyes or RIDERS OF CASCADES
Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Bartholomew somewhere
ball and basketball teams .Boxing, tion succeeding Floyd Day. Other dent Esther Meldrum .also various
that neighborhood. Th,
celebrated their silver wedding anni bear didn’t in even
wrestling .track and fiield and swim, officers
songs by the entire assem
chosen were John Osborne, patriotic
versary last Sunday .November 1G, turned up its toes on the spot.
ming meets are enjoyed. Every ship vice president;
Dale Russell fire Memorial services for departed
with a dinner at the Oyster Loaf in Recently Jeff Bair returned home Thirty members of the Riders of and station has an officer in charge chief ; Floyd Marchbank
were beautifully exempli,
eastern Oregon where he went the Cascades, Estacada’s colorful ri assistants. All work together in pro chief; Glen Marchbank treasurer; members
Everything was served on silver from
hunting with Louis Rivers of Bar ding club were guests at an elk feed ducing teams, building competitive
and covers were laid for nine guests. ton.
Jeff brot home a large elk. at the home of Mir. and Mrs .Ted spirit between ships and fleets.”
Included in the party were Rev.
is “our pet pride’,’ paid tribute an l
and Mrs. Walter Givens. Rev. Givens
presented gifts to sixteen past chair
To play on navy teams a man must
performed the ceremony when Mr.
men of the convention. A tribute "in
The spacious Wahlstrom home had Boxers and wrestlers are examined
and Mrs. Bartholomew were married
song” to our president accompanied
25 years ago. Others were their dau
by a gift from the convention pre
carefully before every match to make
ghter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. L
by the Theta Rho girls receiv
venison steaks and other good things Each ship has its own baseball and
Godsey, their two sons .Walter A.
applause. Our own chairman
to eat which the “cowboys’ ’and “cow football team and when a ship comes
and Robert B. and Miss Ann Hafner
was delightfully surprised with gifts
of Otegon City and of course the
a naval base a seiiies of games The Gresham Gophers rolled to a from the Theta Rho girls and from
A five piece orchestra the Sunset to
honored couple Mr. and Mrs. Barth The following men have been se Serenaders
with the teams of other 42 to 2 victory over Estacada at our own lodge members. The next
helped with the entertain naval arranged
lected for induction into the United
will be held at Clackamas
runs high and ri
Friday night in a Big Nine convention
Mr. Bartholomew is also celebra States army by Clackamas county tire group joined in singing western valry is keen. During baseball sea Gresham
with Shamroock lodge as hostess and
ting his 25th year in business in Es draft board No. 2 and will report songs with versatile Ray Tracy on son when the ships are at anchor at was no drawback to the Gophers who Louise McDonald chairman. Della
tacada he being one of the pioneer at selective service headquarters in the accordean, “SberifF’ Bill Gra_ sea the sailors rig up large nets on rolled up two touchhdowns in the Ewalt was reelected treasurer and
Estacada on Tuesday, December 2nd
merchants of this city.
and stage batting practice just first and third periods and scored Kathryn McConnell was appointed as
ham on the violin and Stanley Fonts deck
at 9:45 a.m.
as if they were on a baseball one each in the second and fourth conductor.
Samuel W. Finney transferred here
Most of the visitors stayed for the
even take golf quarters.
strom at the piano. The Riders whoop clubs along bluejackets
from South Dakota.
GARFIELD GRANGE ELE CT S
evening to witness the initiatory
Robert M. Joyner, Brightwood.
by our degree staff. The work
Gophers and Dean Owens converted. work
the morning and voted the occasion the nets.
Don Fred Miller, Pendleton.
done under the di
the most enjoyable stampede of the
Officers elected for the Garfield Joe Martin Blaich, Portland.
Bates staff captain.
a nevei-say-die spirit into the men,” Paboiney converted. Estacada got One new member
grange, No. 317 for the coming year Charles Douglas Young, Boring.
was added to our
are as follows:
Virgil Arthur House, Portland.
Master, Leonard Anders.
Because one or more of the men TILLMAN FORMAN
who was here to
unity in high schools and colleges. In the second period Pakorney ran pay Our her president
Overseer .Kenneth Palmateer.
named above may not be able to re WINS HONORS
official visit complimented
Lecturer, Ruth Anders.
port at the induction station the fol
team, the captain and the musi
ted. Pakorney ran 20 yards for the the
Steward, John Rhodes.
lowing men may be required to re Tillman Forman ,1938 graduate of remarkable.”
cian on their different work.
Ass’t Steward, Albert Adlon.
EUHS was one of the nineteen Ore excerpt from the battle fleet ath Owens converted. Taylor punched Speeches by various grand lodge
Chaplain, Sadie Anders.
William R. Wiseman, Seattle, Wash. gon state collegians included in an
officers and assembly officers follow
letic rules in the U .S. navy blue, over the fourth period touchdown ed.
Treasurer .Birdie Gilgan.
Wesley A. Wilson, Molalla.
“Who’s Who in American Universi jackets
150 members attended the conven
Secretary, Gene Ballou.
George L. Gardner, Milwaukee.
ties and Colleges” to receive honors. as a guide for our own school and
tion depsite the wet weather with
Gatekeeper .Calvin Beebe.
Paul Hagar .Portland.
The purpose of the list is to recom. town,” he said. It reads as follows:
twenty.six visitors from other dis
Ceres, Irene Beebe.
THIS NEWSPAPER OFFERS
mend the scholastically outstanding “The
Pomona, Lnvon Ballou.
seniors in the various colleges and urge upon all that athletic competit- MARVELOUS BARGAINS
Flora, Rosalie Rhodes.
HOWARD HORNER ACTING
universities thruout the country to tiom unless it is characterized by
BILL GRA HAM SAYS H E HAS
Lady Ass’t Stew., Lora Palamteer. ARMY INSTRUCTOR
the business world. The students were clean
free from any In the more than thirty years this " H O U S E BROK E” HO RSES
Musician, Melba Coop.
chosen on the base of character, lea taint or sportsmanship
of sharp practice newspaper has been published no
Executive committee, Wm. Gilgan, Howaid Horner, now a corporal dership .scholatship and future po and free suspicion
unfriendliness, is greater bargains have been offered Bill Graham, ex-U.S. cavalrymen
Doc Palmateer and Oren Ballou.
Americonism, in popular readying matter than is of who operates a popular and success
Home economics chairman, Mis. and is acting as instructor in the
and give a fered in todays issue of this paper. ful dude ranch up Viola way, said
field artillery battalion. His battalion PLANS MADE FOR AN NUAL
square deal. Winning or losing the Thru special arrangements with the this week that he has something new
Garfield and George granges will won first place on two consecutive FALL R O U N D .U P
main thing is to show yourselves mairazine publishers we offer Amer in the line of horses. Bill has what
hold a joint installation on Decem times for inspection and his platoon
and clean sportsmen .modest ica’s finest farm and fiction maga he calls “house broke” horses. These
ber 13th in the evening at the George was chosen out of the whole regi
in combinatiion with our news horses of Bill’s never mess up a bam
ment as the one to be held open for riding club, will give their fust an winners if the breaks are with you zines
paper at prices that simply cannot be but are as scrupulously clean about
inspection for open house on Armis nual fall roundup (dance) in the Red and good losers if the breaks are ag duplicated
elsewheie. Look over the their quarters as a Dutch housewife.
tice Day. Howard’s room and the lo land grange hall Saturday evening, ainst you.”
list of magazines offered with our Just how Mr .Graham achieves this
wer floor were open and Howard December 6th. The drive will begin
PO T L Ilt'K S U P P E R A T
paper elsewhere in this issue. You ideal result he didn’t disclose. Sug
at 9 p.m. and the chuck wagon will
acted as guide most of the day.
SP R IN G W A T E R
The Estacada library board met will be astounded at the value offer gest he get his method patented, it
In writing of this open house day be on hand during intermission.
This combination newspaper and would be worth a fortune.
There will be a pot luck supper Howaid said that most of the people Music for the Roundup will be with Mrs .Aimee Upton Wednesday ed.
magazine offer applies to both old
at the Springwater grange hall No- j «-ho visited were folks with a boy in furnished by the Sunset Serenaders. afternoon. The members presented and
subscriptions. Why not look Archie E. Yocum escaped serious
vember 21 at 6:30 p.m., followed by , the army and they were very inter- Colorful western costumes and Mrs. Julius Krieger with a lovely over new
the list of magazines offered injury in an auto accident near the
western dance tunes will feature this luncheon cloth in appreciation of ber
a social time during which Shirley! ested in the barracks.
Buck of Milweukie will show his : Howard expects an eight day fur- fall roundup to which the public is many years service as librarian. T a and select your favorites for your, Efglo Creek bridge on Monday when
and as Christmas presents for the brakes of his car locked. The
pictures of Mexico. Everybody in in- lough at Christmas when he will cordially invited. Tickets will be on was served and a very pleasant after 1 self
car was badly damaged.
NEW SHORT WAVE STATION AT
THREE LINKS IS ALMOST
17th. The sale is sponsored by the
Clackamas county public health as
sociation which retains 75 percent of
all funds raised to carry on its own
work the balance going to the state
and national tuberculosis associa-
tiion to finance research in the long-
waged fight against tubeiculosis.
In Estacada the American Legion
auxiliary will conduct the sale wiith
Mrs. J .C .Kiggins acting as chair
Volunteers serving in other com
munities in this section of the com
munity of the county are, Colton and
Meadowbrook, Mr. and Mrs. H. ill.
Ohindgren; Sandy and Bull Run,
Mrs. Robt. Jonsrud.
More Men For
Individual farmers must place or-
dem immediately if they expect the
priorities board to release the raw
material necessary for manufacture
of new farm machinery badly needed
for the 1942 harvest, This is the gist
of the information received by J.J,
Inskeep secretary of the Clackamas
county agricultural defense board as
the result of the county boards ap
peal to the state board for clarifi
cation of the situation regarding the
prospective iarm machinery shortage.
Because of the immense new acre,
age of seed crops planted at the re
quest of the U. S. department of ag
riculture the situation in the Wil
lamette valley is especially serious.
Priorities for farm machinery will
not be given to individual farmers
according to the state board and if
farm orders are not received imme
diately the equipment manufacturers
will have little basis for requesting
the release of steel and other raw
materials necessary for fabricating
In accordance with this informat
ion Glenn Cumberland chairman of
Clackamas county’s agricultural de
fense board issued an urgent appeal
for cooperation from every farmer
in the county to canvass his require
ments and to place his orders imme.