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CliACKAMAS^C ÔUNTY N e w s
Opens Dec. 16th
WH1TROCK AND GEIL
Among the 349 graduates of the
now class o f radio communications
students at Scott Field ,111., were Pvt.
Floyd M .Whitrock, son o f Mr. and
Mrs. Floyd M. Whitrock Sr., and
John Geil, son o f Mr .and Mrs. Geo.
Geil both of Estacada who successful
ly completed 22 weeks of intensive
training in all phases of radio com
munications according to word receiv
ed from Col. Wolcott P. Hayes, com
Privates Whitrock and Geil who
entered the school “the army’ s iadiu
university” last May received com
prehensive instruction and practical
work in code, transmittters and re
ceivers and technical details o f the
radio set itself. Now in store for
them is further duty at another air
cotps station where this instruction
will be put to use in radio work.
Their next assignment is at Mc-
Ohord Field, Wash., and they will
report there soon to take up their
FRIDAY, DEC, 5, 1941
Will Dedicate |
WILL RAISE PUREBRED
Ed Adams who recently purchased
the R. H. Currin farm at Currins
ville one of the best known ranches
E S T A C A D A RAN G ERS W IL L PLAY
LO CAL M ASONIC LODGE ELECTS E S T A C A D A S E V E N T H .D A Y A D in Clackamas county said this week FUNDS FROM SCHOOLS TO BE
C O R B E T T A T C O R B E T T; SA N .
LEFT W IT H MRS. M IDFORD,
O FF IC E R S;
V E N T IST CHURCH TO BE DE- that he expects to raise purebied
Gueinsey cattle and Chester White
DY HERE DECEM BER 19TH
CH AIRM AN , JUNIOR R. C.
W IT H EASTERN STAR
D IC A TE D D ECEM BER 6TH
hogs on his stock farm. The farm,
composed of nearly one hundred ac
The Estacada union high school
“ We believe in service for others,
The annual election o f officers of
The new Seventh-Day Adventist res, is ideal for this purpose.
Rangers will play their first basket
Estacada Masonic lodge No. 146 was church at Estacada will be formally
Mr. Adams who comes here from in health o f mind and body to fit
ball game of the season on Tues
held at tthe Masonic temple here on dedicated with appropriate ceiemony Woodburn has been an Oregonian u s'fo r better service, and in world
day, December 16th when they
Tuesday evening o f this week. O ffi. this coming Saturday, December 6.
for the past three years and prior wide friendship. For this reason we
meet the Corbert quintet at Corbett.
cers elected were:
Services will be held in the morn to that spent fourteen years in Al have joined the American Junior
The first home game will be play
Red Cross. We will help to make its
Master, Earl Gunter; senior war ing at IX o ’clock and dedication ser aska.
ed on December 19th when the San
work successful in our school and
den Walter Smith; junior warden S. vices in the afternoon at 3 o ’clock.
dy Pioneeis come to Estacada.
L. Campbell; tieasurer, Tom Watson;
Distinguished visitors including El rin farm he had drilled a well 155 community and will work together
secretary, Walter Scrutton; trustee der Anderson .conference president feet deep. This well has a flow o f IS with members in our own and other
Three Lettermen Return
for three year term, R. O .Reed.
will be among the speakers and a gallons a minute with a reserve of lands.”
Three lettermen from last years
“ This pledge is signed by the chil
Master elect Gunter announced the splendid musical piogram has been 500 gallons and should take care of
squad have returned to the Estacada
when they become members o f
lineup. They are John Stormer, Don
all the stock watering and irrigation
officers: senior deacon Homer L. Glo
The new church which cost over needs of the farm. The new owner is the American Junior Red Cross and
Douglas and Bill Goughler. Others
ver; junior deacon Jack Watson; $3000 is now completed and free o f now having the old Cumin barn re enioiling them now is part o f the
who will try for positions on the var
chaplain, F. C .Bartholomew; mar all debt. Funds for buying the biuld- modled and made modern. Electricity annual roll) ca ll" said Mis. Alice
sity squad are Clarence Cobb, Tom
shall, W .W. Gilbert; senior steward ing materials were donated as was has been installed and new stanch, Maxwell, executive secretary recent
Hockbreu-hner, Ray Liptrap, Don
ly. “ The work of the juniors is one
Rex Orser; juniior steward ,Bob Gut- also all labor on the building
Hale, Milton Sparks, John Miller and
ions and other equipment are being
the most satisfying departments of
The huildinig which was started put in. When completed it will be
Newly elected officers will be in two years ago is 28x48 feet in size one o f the most modern stock barns the American Red Cross. Enrolling
Juniors Look Good
the children in this humanitarian
stalled at a joint insrtal(htion and and has a basement 28x40 feet. The in this part o f the county.
E S T A C A D A STUDY CLUB
While prospects for the senior MET TU E SD A Y EVEN IN G
work and seeing their response to it
banquet to be held with the Estacada auditorium has a beamed celling and
squad are not bright due to loss of
is a real pleasure.” continued Mrs.
Eastern Star lodge on December 22. walls are knotty pine. The building
of 37 Holstein and Jersey cattle down Maxwell.
high score men thru graduation the
The Estacada Study club held their
is heated by a furnace.
from Woodburn to his new ranch.
junior squad should be very good. December meeting at the home of
Forty two schools in Clackamas
A large delegation o f Seventh-Day They are fine looking cattle.
EST A C A D A GRAD E SCHOOL
Back on the junior squad this year Mrs. L. D. Meade last Tuesday even
county were enrolled last year. “ We
Adventists from all parts o f the
are Kendall Nash and Doyle Carter, ing. Topic for discussion at this meet
hope to make it 100 percent this year”
country m e expected to attend the
guards and Jesse Ellis and Ray Col ing was the “ Rise of the Labor Move
said Mrs. Maxwell. The following
Students o f the Estacada grade
son guards; Freshmen who will add ment.” Biography was presented by
schools are now enrolled:
materially to the strength of the jun Mrs. Eloise Johnston; fiction by Mis.
Estacada, Sandy, Oregon City,
ior squad are Don Tucker and Jun Mary Reed and a ten minute news own ,the first issue of which will ap.
Milwaukie, Oswego, Upper Logan,
DR. W . J. MILLER IS
pear today, Friday, Dec. 5th .
ior Beard forwards and Don Eshle. item by Mrs. Marjorie Cooke.
Following are the officers o f the East Clackamas, Concord, Boring,
The editorial staff has been select COMING TO ESTACADA Estacada Odd Fellows lodge elected Evergreen, Damascus, Union Mills,
man and Jackie Hayden guards.
ed from the upper grades and will
at their last meeting. Hugh Carlin, Falls View, Jennings Lodge, Glad
IM PROVEM ENTS A T CURRINS-
be composed o f Mabel McKenzie,
Dr. W. J. Miller who for the past noble grand; Richard Sponhauer, vice stone, Hazelia, Three Links No. 1 and
VILLE M ERCA N TILE STORE
Wayne Prouty, Anna Coop, Walter
13 years has been a physician and grand; J. G. Hayman secretary; and Sacred Heart school, Oswego. The
schools o f Estacada and Sandy are
The storage space in the ware McKenzie, Barbara Ruff, and Peter surgeon at Condon will assume the L. H. Ewalt treasurer.
Ballou as reportéis; JoAnn Somers
100 percent now.
Registrants who were sent to the house o f the Currinsville store at Cur and Kenneth Bain as star reporters; office and practice in the Midford
The childien enroll by grade. Each
induction station in Portland for in rinsville was inci eased last week by j Ruby Lamb as editor; Robert New Building Estacada o f Dr .W. W. Gil MR. AND MRS. J. G. H AYM AN
bert next Wednesday .December 10.
member o f the class signs the enroll
duction into the army on December 500 square feet.
A balcony for storage has been
Dr. Miller has been very success ARE NOW G RAN D PA REN TS
ment blank and receives a button.
and Miss Moll as typists, Mary Lou
The cluse pays 50 cents for a sub
Samuel Finney, transfer from built practically all around the big Janssen as helper and Ruby Helge ful in his practice at Condon and
Mr .and Mrs. J. G. Hayman o f Es scription to the American Junior Red
warehouse room the work being done
comes to Estacada because o f the
son as artist.
by Atlee Erickson.
superior climate ,the fact that it is tacada are happy over the birth of Cross News that is published each
Robt. M. Joyner, Brightwood
The new publication will l a called one o f the most desireable places in their first grandchild a son born to
month o f the school year and it
Joe M. Blaich, Portland.
“ The Grade Stehool Dairy”
Oregon to live and also because he Mr. and Mrs. Truman Hofstetter of comes with a supplement fo r the
(¡has. Young, Boring.
has confidence in the continued Madras on Nevember 28th. The new teachers use. The money is laised by
William Wiseman, Milwaukie.
and prosperity o f the Esta arrival has been named Carmon Rich the class as a group or by a few cents
Boyd French, Zigzag, volunteer.
ard and he tipped the scales at 7 contribution from each child o f tho
cada country .
Mr. French was chosen as leader
The new Estacada physician besides pound 5 ounces at birth. Mrs. H of money that he has earned. The mag
Tourists going into California for
for this contingent o f men on their
stetter was the former Ethel Hay azine contains children’s stories o f
journey from Estacada to Portland. the Christmas holidays and wishing
Eagle Creek grange has elected the having many years o f successful
children in other countries as well as
to take Oregon or Washington apples following officers: F. W. Bates, mas experience in general practice is a
American children. History, geogra.
may do so without fear o f having ter; George Douglas overseer; Elsie specialist on eye, ear, nose and
phy, nature study and citizenship
ST A H LN ECK ERS FILE
these rejected at the border. So says Chanters lecturer; Maggie Bates, throat diseases
are subjects studied .corelating with
the Oregon department o f agriculture secretary; Louise Douglas treasur.
HOP C O N TR A C T
Dr .and Mrs. Miller will occupy
the regular course o f study. Reports
which has just been so advised by er; Sam Wilson steward; Walter the residence on Broadway this week
o f what other junior organizations
A 1942 hop contract calling for the California department o f agricul Douglas and Emma Douglas assistant vacated by Dr. and Mrs. Gilbert.
doing stimulates interest and pro
stewards; Mrs. Hal Gibson chaplain;
sale o f 5000 pounds o f hops by Dan
motes ideas to be used by the class.
Mrs. Wm. Castile musician; Joe
and Wyona Stahlnecker o f Colton ure but will prevail at any time.
Funds for the Junior Red Cross
Persons taking one o f two boxes Brackett gatekeeper; Dora Clester, CITY O FF IC IA L S TO MEET
to William and Hart, Portland hop
Friday evening, December 12 has
should be left with Mrs. Marguerite
buyers was recorded Saturday with i f apples into California in their pri Ceres; Lydia McConnell Pomona; and A T SALEM
been selected as the date for the
Midford, Estacada, chairman or sent
county clerk Guy H .Pace at Oregon vate cars should purchase packed box. Linda Hoffmeister, Floia.
operetta to be presented b,y the glee
City .The price will range from 40 to es bearing labels indicating that the
The League of Oregon Cities in clubs of the Estacada union high to Mrs .Alice Maxwell, Red Cros3
headquarters, courthouse, Oregon
fruit was actually packed in Oregon
32 cents based on state standards.
cooperation with the bureau of muni, school.
ESTACADA WOMAN IS
or Washington so border inspectors
cipal research at the university of
KILLED IN CRASH
The cast o f characters is now busy
may know definitely the origin of
Oregon will hold a regional meeting with daily practices and the manual
CO U N TY G U ERN SE Y C A T T L E
Mrs. Isabel Armstrong, 60, o f Es of city officials in Salem on the ev training department is making the
Either Oiegon or Washington resi tacada was instantly killed a mile ening o f Tuesday, December 9 it
CLUB RE-O RG AN IZE D
setting of the play which takes place PA ST NOBLE GRANDS
dents carrying boxes o f packed ap west of Wyeth last Wednesday morn was announced today by Harold Wy
at a swanky resort hotel named La CLUB W IL L M EET
A fter being dormant for several ples into California will not be sub ing when the car driven by her hus. att acting director of the bureau.
Raquita, in the western desert.
years the Clackamas county Guernsey jected to excessive delay at the bor band William Armstrong, skidded on
The Past Noble Grands club o f the
The mayor .councilmen and depart
Colorful songs will be sung by a
cattle club was reorganized at Oregon der stations because they have the ice and rolled down a 30-tfoot bank merit heads o f the Estacada city gov
Rebekah lodge will hold their re
City last Monday with E. W. Boeck- apples in tbetr possession.
to the railroad track. Armstrong was ernment and municipal officials of
gular nreetng on Monday, December
logues will be presented by the cast
not seriously hurt. The couple were surrounding towns have been invited
man o f Wilsonvjlle as president. Oth_
8th at the home o f Mrs. Lydia Me
which is as follows.
er officers elected were Carl Josi.
driving to Spokane to meet two dau to the conference.
Connell .The members will gather
Miss Jones, An unsophisticated
o f Clairmont vice president; Everett ESTACADA TEAMS WIN ghters who were on their way home
Speakers for the meeting will be young girl about 18, Helen Mae Bot for a Xmas party and there will be
A. Shibley o f Springwater secretary; HERE LAST FRIDAY
b,y train from Montana.
a gift exchange. Also the club will
Mayor Earl Riley of Portland, Mayor kin.
John Kunzman o f Maple Lane and
make up Christmas baskets to be us
W. W. Chadwick of Salem, F. S. Me
Tillie, Her elderly nurse and com . ed later for Christmas cheer in tho
A large crowd witnessed the two
L .L. Rumgay o f Logan as directors.
Arthur of the Eugene water board, panion, Betty Jean Somer.
GARDEN CLUB MEMBERS
volley ball and basketball games at
and J. L. Franzen city manager of
ENYOY XMAS PARTY
Lance Pembroke, Ex-eociety play
the Estacada grade school gymnasium
boy and publicity man fo r the hotel,
on Friday evening o f last week when
A R T GLENN RETURNS
Members and friends o f the Esta.
The conference will provide an op Kendall Nash.
the teams o f the Estacada grade cada Garden club enjoyed their
FROM V E T ’ S H O SPITA L
PETE TRACY BAGS COUGAR
portunity for city officials to ex
Douglas Bruce, A service station AND FIVE BEARS
school met the Sandy grade teams.
Xmas party last Monday, Dec. 1 at change experiences and ideas on a
attendant, Tom Barr.
The Estacada grade girls won both
the city hall. Group singing o f Xmas variety o f muncipal problems and
Art Glenn o f Currinsville who has
volley ball games. The Estacada boys
Mr. Finkle.The manager o f LaRa-
carols opened the program after make suggestions tor needed research
been in the U. S. Veterans’ hospital
Pete Tracy .Daniel Boone o f the
A team defeated the Sandy A team
which guessing games were supervis thiu the bureau. Speakers at the quita, Allin Collins.
foi the past four months has been
Cascades bagged a cougar and five
19 to 17 but the Estacada B team
The Hotel Clerk, Pete, Jackie Hay bear recently a short distance above
ed by Della Ewalt and Elizabeth Am meeting will also discuss state legis
able to return home. While at the
lost 23 to 4.
es, music chairman was Ann Under lation o f interest to cities and give den.
hospital Mr. Glenn underwent sever
the Oak Grove ranger station.
Manny Quinn,A society deb and a
al major operations. He says that he
Two large cougars have been re
consideration to proposals wh'ch have
spoiled beauty, Audrey Ludlow.
The decorations made by the mem been made for league action.
is now feeling fine except for being M. F. JOHNSTON CHOSEN ON
ported in the community o f Three
bers were unusually clever and most
H.R.H. Princess Terra, o f Terra Links . Some of the men at Three
weak. Art’s many friends are glad V A L U A T IO N CO M M ITTEE
o f them utilized native material av
Firma a royal refugee, Susan Gib Links are conducting a hunt for the
to see him back in circulation again
and hope he regains his strength fast
animals in their spare time. H. L.
Principal M. F. Johnston o f the ailable to all. Eva Dooley ably acted B IRTH D AY PARTY
enough to be busting broncs in the local high school spent Monday, Tues auctioneer .After St. Nick distributed
The Stranger, A woman patient, Banker reported that the cats had
HONORS MRS. SUTER
near future. Mr .Glenn is an e*-U. S. ay end Wednesday at the Gresham the presents cookies, candy and pop
escaped from the “ Rest Home for crossed the road directly in front
cavalryman and .spent several years \igh school serving as one o f a state corn balls were seivied. The tables
o f him a short distance above Three
Neurotics,” Bethhel Hagerman.
A birthday dinner party was an
were attractive with holly sprays on
Mrs. Quinn, Manny’s socialite mo Links as he was driving between Iho
in the service.
committee o f five on valuation.
occasion at the home of Mrs. Lu-
pastel cloths. An enjoyable time was
ther, Doris Lankins.
intake and the station.
rena Duncan on Sunday, November
had by all.
Mrs. Cornelius Crumb, Phyllis Le.
30 honoring Mrs. Oliver Suter and
W. H. JOYNER IS
BAZAAR AND CHICKEN SUPPER
Ike and Shirley Tucker whose birth, wis.
Miss Bernadie Droop, Roberta Par
Fred Winston is building a new days were an event o f that month.
RE ELECTED MASTER
AT EAGLE CREEK
The heavy rains o f the past few
woven wire fence around his farm Guests weie Mr. and Mrs. Oliver rish.
days have raised havoc with tho
Mrs. Percival Pennypacker, Mel- highway between Estacada and Three
The Eagle Creek ladies aid is spon in South Estacada which he recently Suter and son, Mr .and Mrs. Lloyd
W. H. Joyner has been reelected
master o f George grange. Other offi- soring a bazaar and chicken supper purchased. Mr. Winston who is one Duncon and Blaine Johnson all of va Coop.
Links. Latge boulders loosened by
M’ s ,de Brittle, Allene Gerber.
ceis elected were Gus Zwirman over at the Eagle Creek grange hall Fri- o f the most progressive farmers in Portland, Mr. and Mrs .Ike Tucker,
the rain have crashed down upon
Service station attendents, How the highway. Frequent washouts are
Mar- dav .December 5th. Cafeteria style. ' this community raised 50 bushels of Donald and Shirley and Miss Elaine
gaVet Chaney secretary and Harold Serving 6:30 to 8 p.m. Everybody
to the acre this year on a five Hayden of Estacada and the hostess ard Hammotid, Wayne Wade, Henry also reported making the road al
Henthorne and Jack Hendricksen.
Inducted into Army
Fred Bates, Master