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FRIDAY, N O V . 28, 1941
WINTER SPORT PLANS
Mr, and Mrs, C. J, Wilkinson en
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Slaughter mov. Lehl of Centralia, Wash., Mr .and Newport leturned home last week.
tertained 18 guests at dinner Thanks ed Sunlay to Camp Clatsop near As Mrs. Ralph Green o f Oregon City,
Mr and Mrs. I. J. Walker o f Mil-
Further increase in domestic pay.
toria where Mr .Slaughter is employ Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Lankans and waukii visited last week with their
With 21 inches o f snow on Mt.
rolls and military employment is ex
Mr .and Mrs. Geo. Hauglum en ed in defense work.
Hood and a thermometer registering tertained 14 guests at dinner Thanks
pected to biing an increose in tha
Mr. and Mrs. Ruben Westlund and Mr. and Mrs. Ear) Lankins and dau.
somewhere around 26 degrees the giving.
Mr. mil Mrs. Don Gordon of Co- per capita consumption of food. On
Oregon Winter sports association is
choran vis ted over the week end at the whole it is expected that national
Mr. and Mrs. J .A. Caldo entertain
Simmons, Mr. and Mrs .Chester
launching its 1941-42 activities ac. ed 14 guests at dinner Thanksgiving day looking after interests here.
the hi. up f his father.
income in 1942 ma yexceed that o f
Delmar Strean left for California Woods and children o f Estacada and
cording to Lynn Darcy president.
1941 by 10 or 15 percent. With the
fl vorson and son Wilbur and British government expecting to ob
For a number of weeks its board Mr. and Mrs. W. Hoar were Thanks where he has employment.
On Sunday, November 23rd Mr. A.
o f directors has been bolding weekly giving day guests at the home of
Stanford Cox served on the jury in
om Wisconsin and Miss VI- tain about one-fourth o f its food
J. Wyman was honored with a birth ola H e '
Oregon City Monday.
meetings at the Aero club and plans their son Geo. Hoar o f Boring.
ksen o f Portland and Mr. supplies from America next year ap
have been made to bring Qregon still
Roy Hendricksen were all proximately 8 to 10 percent o f the
Jas. and Bill Howard students of
Knitting classes will be held at the day dinner given by his daughters and M
further before the nation as one of Oregon state college spent Thanksgiv school house Friday at 2 p.m. All are at the home o f Mr. and Mrs .Ralph Thanl
ig guests at the home of farm production o f the United States
Green in Oregon City. Those present Mr
the important sports centers o f the ing day with their parents Mr. and invited to attend.
•lrs. N. G. Hendricksen.
will be exported or about twice the
were the guest o f honor, A. J. W y
western hen isphhere.
Mrs. W. W. Howard.
exports o f 1941.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Cox and chil
“ Mt .Hood largely thru the efforts
Miss Jean Sandblastt who is tea dren were Sunday guests at the Otis man and Mrs. Wyman, Mr .and Mrs. Smi
Advance estimates indicate that
Joe McComb, Mr. and Mrs. Albert
of the Oregon Winter spoits associa ching at Prescot, this state spent the
Wash., visited for a week the 1941 gross farm income will ex
McComb, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Wyman
tion is now rated one o f the out Thanksgiving holidays with her par-
Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Potts entertain o f Gladstone, Mr .and Mrs. Ralph and i nksgiving with Mrs. Smiths ceed hat of 1940 by about 25 per
standing skiing spots o f America,” rents Mr .and Mrs. A. Sandblast.
ed 22 relatives at a Thanksgiving Green and daughter and son, Mr. daughtc ■r and family Mr. and Mrs. cent r king the greatest since 1929.
said Darcy. “ It is the aim o f our
Mrs. Wm. Booth son and wife Mr.
Andeis. They returned home 1 he i: iease in farm costs however,
association to make every winter and Mrs. Wm .Booth Jr. o f Corvallis dinner at theiir home.
and Mrs. John Kinnick and daughters,
■s exp. , ,ed to be little more in 1942
sports enthusast in the country real are visiting at Detroit, Mich.
Mrs .Maxine Lehl and Glenna Lou
than it was in 1941. The average o f
ize that Oregon Is the finest winter
Mrs. G. S. Wilkinson is visiting her
C hristian C hu rch Note«
uhout 15 percent increase this year
playground in the world.”
¡o f Centralia, Wash., Gene Belts of o f Albany visited at the A. Darby
son and wife Mr. and Mrs. Ray Wil
was caused mostly by higher prices
The association will sponsor not kinson in Portland .
10 a.m. bible school. Warning! To Longview, Mr .and Mrs. Hanry Belts home Thanksgiving. Ray Darby re
for labor, rent and feed. In 1942 the
only its annual Winter Sports queen
The Cottrell church ladies aid are everyone, be one your guard. Why? o f Randall, Wash., Mr. and Mrs, H. turned home with them.
increases are expected to be felt in
contest but will also stage spectacu having their annual bazaar and tur You may ask. Well these are busy Wyman o f Seattle, and Mis. Vera
J. W. Manrose of Oswego visited purchases o f seed, automobiles and
lar events on Mt. Hood as pait of key dinner ot the Cottrell school Sat times and many are working so hard Andreas and daughter of Port An
at the Herb Lombard home Thanks tractors ,building materials, feed,
urday evenng November 29th from that they feel they haven’t time for geles ,Wash.
containers .and other items o f equio-
Acting on the executive committee 6 to 8 p.m., followed by a good pro. church or even to the looking after
John Kinnick returned to Centra
ment and supples.
for the associaton this season with giam.
their soul’ s welfare. Many are living ha, Wash., after spending the 1 h .n s
The Oregon farm price index at
home sufiering from a paraletic
Darcv are Vem Caldwell, first vice
The Cottrell church ladies aid will so fast that they are blind or indif giving
holidays with relatives here. ,
1 lust Thursday. Friends hope he will mid.October showed the general le
president, Warde Erwin .second vice meet at the home o f Mrs .Geo. Koch ferent to the times we are living * His
wife will lemain for a few weeks
vel o f farm prices at 94 percent o f
on be on (he mend.
president, Harry Miller regiional vice in Sandy Wednesday afternoon De in. | Let us awaken and fool the old with her sisters and father.
the 1926-30 average and 125 percent
president, Harry A. Swait, treasurer, cember 3. Everybody invited.
Mrs. Howard Swick who under
of the 1910-14 figure .
Maurice R. Mann .secretary, Earl
11 a.m. worship in hymn, prayer,
went a major operation two weeks Farm I n c om e May Ri«e in
Abbott and Jack Greenwood direc-
Here’s a few real specials. Singer communion and sermon.
ago at the Good Samaritan hospital is 1942 But Cotta A l t o Mount
tors.at-large and Jack Godfrey and "6 6 ” Sewing machine 7 drawer, like
Minister, P. A. Ford.
POR TLA N D STATION LEAD S
now spending two weeks with her
Fred Van Dyke past presidents.
new $35. Also other cheaper models
N A T I O N IN R E C R U I T I N G
mother Mrs. Nora Lankins.
Gross farm income in Oregon in
of sewing machines. B4-inch walnut
Mr .and Mrs .Ed Trimpler and 1942 shoud be materially almve the
sideboard $12.50. Also Briggs,Strat
A bulletin from the navy depart
daughter Helen spent Thanksgiving 1941 level if present trends continue
ton gas engine for washing machines
H any Cooper foster son o f Mr.
with Mr. and Mrs .Wm. Waldkirsch although net income will not increase ments bureau o f navigation informed
Miss Syneva Hauglum and Mr. Or- $10. Hundreds o f other money sav and Mrs. Jimmy Gilchrist came to
propoitionately because o f rising Lieut. Glen F .DeGrave officer in
val Bennett were married at the Cot ing values. Come and see. Tobaison visit them last week and surprised
farm costs according to an analysis charge o f navy recruiting in this dis
trell church Thursday evening, No
them by bringing a bride with him.
made by the extension service at Ore trict that his territory led the en
vember 20, Rev. O. I. Taylor o fficia . Gresham, Ore.— Adv.
Mrs. Adolph Still with Guy and daughter Phyllis o f The Dalles spent
state college and published in the tire country in recruiting on the ba
ting. After the ceremony they left
Ronald enjoyed Thanksgiving dinner the Thanksgiving holidays with Mrs.
current agi ¡cultural situaton and ou t. sis o f comparative population for the
for a short honeymoon trip.
with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Hugh
look report. Comp’ ete copies o f the month o f October.
and other relatives.
Wilson in Portland.
A bridal shower was given Novem
Under DeGrave’s supervision the
n - y be had at any county ex
A birthday dinner was given Sun
ber 14th in honor of Miss Syneva
Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Millsap and
Portland district garnered 16 men
Hauglum at the home o f Mrs. Lewis
son William were dinner guests o f
The d mand outlook for farm pro per 100,000 population during the
Hauglum. Many beautiful gifts were Clayton of Camas, Wash., and their Mr. and M'is .Chas. Smith at Damas Lankins in honor o f the birthday of
ducts in 1942 is even better than in month. In second place was San D ie.
received. Mis. W. E. Ellis and Mrs.
cus on Thanksgiving.
the exceptionally favorable year now go with 15.63 men.
of Portsmouth .Virginia spent the
Willard Burrette were hostesses.
Miss Gladys Greenlee a teacher in Swick. Those present were the honor
Mr .and Mrs. Hector Morgan and
the grade school at Sisters, this guest ,Mrs. Swick, o f Monument, Mrs.
The Doyle family entertained re state spent the holiday week end Nora Lankins, Mrs. Ellen Simmons, ing general price level and increas-( substtations enlisted 233 men from
family moved to Portland.
ed demand for some products for ex among 468 applicants almost 50 per
Mr. and Mrs. W. Beatty and fam latives from Hood River last week. with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Archie Eldon Lankins and daughters, Mr.
port all will play a part in the de cent o f all men seeking enlistment
ily moved on the Morgan place.
mand situation for next year the re- having been found acceptable.
Mr. and Mrs -Howard Hombach and son Eldon visited relatives in
Thanksgiving guests of Mr .and
and family moved on the Markvard- Elwood Sunday.
Mrs. H. C. Hickmund were their cou
Mr. and Mrs .Ernest Evanson Jr.
Mr. and Mrs .Chas. Myers were sins Mr .and Mrs. Chris Sumpter of
son place which has been sold re
» gjf Elwood visitors Sunday.
Salem and Mis. Lyman Horton whose o f Redland spent Thursday with the
D'inner guests Sunday at the Bar husband is a sergeant in the U.S. latters parents Mr .and Mrs .Ed
Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Watkins en
tertained 19 guests at dinner Thanks ker home were Mrs. Barker’s broth army at M offett Field, Calif.
Mrs. Martha Miller o f Canby spent
er and family o f Molalla.
Hal Gibson is suffering with an
apparently disliocated shoulder and a few days with her sister Mrs. Ed
is going into Portland one day this Ficken.
A pot luck Thanksgiving dinner
week for an X.ray.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl O’Dell, Virginia was given at the Clarence Jubb home.
is more readily ¡attained by serving others with
and Jean enjoyed having dinner with Those present were Mr .and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Danley in Port Clarence Jubb and children, of Es
tacada, Mr. and Mrs. John Ficken.
land on Thanksgiving day.
that thot in mind
Mr .and Mrs. Tom Jubb and chldren,
Mr. and Mrs. Ross Wallace who are
Mr. and Mrs. John Peterson and dau_
now living in Poitland visited re
ghter o f The Dalles and Mrs. Emily
cently with his brother Leslie and
Sharp o f Portland.
The Clackamas County Bank was the first
called on friends.
Tuesday visitors at the home of
DAY AND NIGHT SERVICE
banking institution in Clackamas County to in
Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Still drove to Mrs. Nora Lankins and Mrs. Ellen
Aberdeen, Wash., Friday and took Simmons were Mrs .Stella McCor-
her parents Mr .and Mrs. Wilson to kle and daughter Mrs .Tom Smith
attend the funeral o f a relative.
o f Oregon City, Mrs. John Kinnick
Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Thomas joined o f Ceytralia, Wash., and Mrs. Joe
The Recordak supplies a photograph of every j with her sisters Thursday in Portland McComb, Mrs. Ernest Evanson and
! check written on vour account in this bank. It gives j in having a family Thanksgiving daughter Mrss .Eldon Lankins.
Uncle Sam Farmers' Best Customer; ' _______
| indisputable prooí where payment of a bill is in \ dinner.
Mrs. John Randolph and daughter
»,30 Marketing Centers Established
j doubt. Even if you lose your cancelled checks we j Mrs. Myrtle Cohen and a friend Mrs. Norma Layton and son Le'oy
j still have a photograph of each and every one of j from Portland were callers at the and Byron Randolph spent Thanks
Gibson home Sunday.
giving with Mrs. Randolph’s sister
j them should you have occasion or need to produce
Mrs .Selma Olsen at McMinnville.
Mrs. Nora Lankins visited Wednes-
Portland and Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Doug
las o f Currinsville also called at the tia^ Jwithj Mrs .Emery Powers at
Recordak is only one of the many services which I Gibson home.
I the Clackamas County Bank has installed to safe- i
Thanksgiving dinner guests at the
Mrs. Milburn Whitehead returned
guard its customers and give them better banking
to San Diego Monday after several home o f Mr. and Mrs .Harry Tray
lor were Mr. and Mrs. Noiman Lamb
weeks visit here with relatives.
and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Palmer
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Wallace were
and daughter all of Portland.
If you are not already a depositor in this bank,
in Portland Sunday enjoying a dinner
Mr .and Mrs. Earl Lankins and
we cordially invite you to take advantage of the i and a show and later in the evening daughter,
Mrs. Nora Lankins, Mrs.
called on relatives.
many services offered by our institution.
Ellen Simmons and Mrs .Ernest Ev
Eight year old Jean O’Dell missed anson g r .were Thanksgiving dinner
one day in school last week suffering guests at the Eldon Lankins home.
with an earache. It was the first time
in three years she had missed school
and she grieved more over that than
Uncle Sam, the American farm autumn maneuvers in the Carolinas
with the pain.
er’s best individual customer, where the purchases in Columbia
The Sktfs-a.w -ek club are sponsor
Mr. and Mrs .C. T. Whitehead en
spends $750,000 a day every day in and Wellington marketing centers
joyed two days o f Thanksgiving. On ing a prognit. and danc- Saturday
the year on foodstuffs for his included: 2,600,000 dozen of egge,’
Thursday their son-in-law and daugh night, November 2.. at the grange
1,600,000 pounds of butter, 420,000
To afford the best possible facil pounds of cheese, 315,000 pounds of
ter Bill and Anona McLaughlin were hall. They "ill nre,» have lunch. All
ities in handling these immense turkey and 704,000 pounds o f i
guests and on Sunday their sons, ladies who can biing sandwiches or
sales, it is announced that 30 re chicken.
cake. Their regular meeting was Wed
n iiiiiH iH iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiim iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiim m iim iiM iiiiiiiiiim iiiiiiiiiim iH ii Sherman, Geoitre and Frank with
gional marketing renters arc being
At the same time a program has
nesday, November 26 .
their families were with them.
established throughout the country been announced for the purchase'
Mr. and Mrs. Orville Taylor tnd
where producers may sell direct or of a large part of the seasonal out^
children of Portland vis:ted Sunday
through community or farm co put of local canneries, smaller
at the home of the formers uncle W.
operatives. Jn this manner the industries situated in the various
A surprise birthday party fo r A .J. O ,.Taylor and family.
Quartermaster CirpJ bought 750 fruit and vegetable growing re
Miss Helen Lombard of Otis, Ore.
tons of turkey together with all gions. These district put bases vrill^,
Wyman was given Friday evening at
the trimmings fo r the soldiers’ augment the recent buying of 12fc<
the home o f his daughter Mrs. Joe gen is home on a vacation.
A LAWN CEMETERY WITH
Thanksgiving dinn. r, and just now 000,000 cans of vegetables through
McComb in honor o f his 80th birth
Mrs. Wm. Reimers returned home
Uncle Sara is stocking up for the the Chicago Quartermaster Depot.
day .The evening was spent in visit Saturday from a three weeks visit
Christmas holidays and all the
Of the 50,WW horses and mules
ing .games and music. A large birth with her sister Mrs .Gertrude Szan-
Lots including burial priced aa low aa $15 00
hearty meals that will come in doijlg their bit in the army the
day cake topped with candles was zini at Sebastopol, Calif., She reports
great majority of these equine re
I presented to Mr. Wyfnan by his dau- a fine time.
Through the marketing centers it cruit i were brought from the farms
! ghters Mrs. McComb and Mrs. John
The people in the George, Porter
is declared that Uncle Sam and within the last few months, the
j Kinnick. The geust o f honor received and Garfield districts are enjoying
B. W. THORNE
L. L. KIDDER
the millions of American farmers purchases amounting to $239,372.
, many nice gifts. Ice cieam and cake the electricity which was turned on
will get better acquainted. Uncle The spring program ealla for a still
j were served to the following. Mr. and last Tuesday.
A. W. M E'iZGFR
Sam will get fresh produce of the greater number of riding horses
Mrs. A. J. Wyman, Mr. and Mrs. I
highest quality and the farmers and draught animals.
RCY BOHANNON. Superintendent
Mr. Duaenberry is building a new
I Paul Wyman o f Gladstone, Mr. and
will get higher prices. An example
From all sections of the country
Phone Gresham, >46
Mrs. Joe McComb, Mr, and Mrs. Al
of the volume of goods taken by come reports that Uncle Sam's
Mrs. L. J. Palmateer who visited
bert McComfo, Mr. and Mrs. John
the army is reported in recent re marketbasket is a symbol of pros
fo r some weeks with her sister at
quisitions for ratious during the perity on the farm. ______ ____ _ J
Kinnick and granddaughter Connie
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