Clackamas County news. (Estacada, Or.) 1928-1957, December 05, 1941, Image 5

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FRIDAY, DBG, 5, 1941
“ Hedge-hopping” was the order o f
the day at Timberline Sunday as
more than 1500 avid skiers dodged
rocks and determined not to let the
lack o f snow spoil their slat-riding
While officials o f next Sunday’s
Arnold L>unn downhill race cast anx­
ious eyes at the skies in the hopes
that Old Ullr would deposit at least
one more foot o f snow before race
time, warm temperatures sent Tim­
berline’s snow depth down to the 16-
inch level exposing hundreds and hun­
dreds of rocks and ridges on the
skiing areas.
Despite the awkwardness o f the
situation skiing went ahead at full
speed and slatsters confined their
activities largely to well.packed,
slopes where skiinig was pronounced
Livable house, barn, cellar,
chicken house, year around
stream, wonderful land. Three
miles o f Sandy. $2300, $2000
cash. Can easily secure loan
for 50 percent.
5-acres clear.
Good 6 room
house, bath, electricity, spring
water in house. $2150 cash or
$2500, $1500 down, bal. terms.
Good 7-room house ,baun, chick,
en houde, big machine shed,
etc. 1.W miles o f Sandy. $4500,
130x265 in Sandy. Electricity,
city water, garage, full base­
ment. Priced right. $1650, $600
down ,balance contract.
Tel. 4662
221 N. Mali
Federal Land Bank,
Close in Farm Property
53 acres 15 miles Southeast of
Portland, % mile north o f Dam.
ascus. 35 acres crop and, balance
dwelling, plastered, fireplace, base
ment, barn 52x74, granary. Spring
water piped by gravity to build­
ings. Electric lights, graveled road,
tk mile to highway.
Adapted to dairy, livestock, ber­
ries, filberts, general farming.
For terms on this and other pro­
perties in Clackamas and Multno­
mah counties see or write H. Oli­
ver Buxton, Sec.-Treas., National
Farm Loan Assn., 4.5 Beaver
Bldg., Oregon City, or W. B. Hin­
kle .F.L.B.. 9823 N. E. Shaver,
. The Jack Keck’s entertained rel»-,
Mrs. Daisy Hunsacker o f Beaver
Race officials said Sunday that un- tives from Canby, and Oregon City, ton visited Friday afternoon at the a s
less one foot more snow fell by Wed- as well as the McDonalds ut a Thanks home o f Mrs. Nora Lankins and " Mrs. “
nesday the race would be postponed giving dinner.
Ellen Simmons.
one week. Olaf Kodegaard .Timber-
Richard Beil of Boring was a din­
line Lodge ski school instructor de­
guest at the Ed Bateson home
clared that at least one foot more
formers parents.
on Sunday.
o f snow was necessary before the
course could be declared safe. Rode-
Miss Jean Nickerson of Troutdale
Mrs. Harry Traylor spent Thurs­
gaard will lay the course
spent Sunday at the Ted Mudrows.
day at the home o f Mrs N'oia Lan.
Much road work is being done in kins and Mrs. Ellen Simmons.
forest service officeia said nearly
400 cars were counted in the Timber- this area with the county bulldozer.
A joint installation o f the officers
line Lodge parking areas Sunday, 47 Some work was done in the hills ab­
o f Redland and Harding granges will
of which carried out o f state license ove Dover towards Bear Creek camp
be held Saturday at the Harding
plates. Skies were overcast the entire and some towards Eagle Fern park.
grange hall with Shirley Buck of
(lay and a northwest wind, one that! Gravel is being placed on the A.
Milwaukie as installing officer.
usually brings in snow swept across W. Anderson place for distribution.
the south side.
Many airplanes are flying over
Skiing injuries numbering 17 were this area whenever the weather is
caied for by the Mt. Hood ski patrol clear. We are thankful that they are
most o f the accidents running to not enemy planes and that we live in
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hitching , f
punctures from collisions with rocks. peaceful good old U. S. A.
visitors at the home o f Mrs. iH
Trail running and skiing below the
Linn and Mr. and Mrs. R. H.
Sergt. Richard D. Mudrow had
lodge was virtually nil.
Thursday evening.
word from Washington, D .C. last
Word was received here th S
week that he had passed his exam­
ination as an aviation cadet. He will Bullard had been in the hosj
remain at the recruiting office until ain but is home now, She has - -r
some one care for her.
Attention is called to the adver. he receives his appointment.
After spending a few days I
tisement in todays issue* o f this news­
Geo. Douglas returned to t)
paper o f the Owen Lumber company MRS. LESLIE R. WALRAD
land general hospital for
which just opened fo r business on CALLED BY DEATH
164th and Division in Portland.
W. T. Pierce the manager has had
Oliver Taylor and family
Funeral services were held last
considerable experience in building
on the Alspaugh place i Jg
Monday at 2 p.m. at the Gresham Me­
projects and can give valuable infor­
thodist church for Gertrude A. Wal- the house vacated by the Jac
mation and advice on all building
rad, 41, wife o f Leslie A. Walrad, family.
o f Gresham who died Friday at
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Hale e
Note the special prices offered on
Brightwood. A resident of Gresham ed some friends for dinner J R
various items o f building material in
for 21 years Mrs. Walrad had taught
Mr. and Mrs. Evans mo-
their advertisement.
school one year at Estacada ,two at
the Ed Adams house on S'jfy
Gresham and 13 years at Mt. Tabor.
They were former W o o d b iX
Until she became seriously ill four dents and he will be forema •
years ago she was pianist for the
Adams ranch.
Gresham Kiwanis club.
Mrs .Clyde Saling delightf £
Harold Barr manager o f the Farm
Deceased was born March 14, 1900
Equipment company on the super at Emporia, Kas., and was married tertained with a huncheon
highway at Gladstone said this week to Leslie Walrad at Gresham in 1927. home in Oak Grove Tuesday.
that his company had oidered and She was a memlber o f the Christian Mrs. Saling made their hon
would soon stock a large quantity of church and Order o f the Eastern Star. Currinsville for a number o ”
farmers ’hardware.
Surviving relatives are the widower, before moving to Corvallis to
The Farm Equipment company has a sister Mabel Ott o f Gresham, two their children. A year ago the.
recently doubled the size o f their brothers Raymond Alexander o f Gre­ ed to Oak Grove. Guests froi
display rooms and plan to carry a sham and Roger Alexander of Wich­ were ftrrs. Lydia McConnell, \
Mary Heiple, Mrs. Nellie C
large stock o f machinery and equip­ ita, Kas.
ment for the dairyman and berry
Interment was made in Forest Mrs. Clara Webber. Fiom Esti
Lawn cemetery under direction of were Mrs. Ethelyn Shelton, Mrs. J
the Carroll Funeral home o f Gresh. Dooley and Mrs .Ellen Yocum, b
Portland were Mrs. Ruth MorA
Heie are a few real bargains: Lib­ am. Eastern Star members also took
and Mrs .E. Morand.
rary tables $4.50 to $7.50. Dressers part in the rites.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Heiple ent
$6 to $20. Several nice breakfast
tained a few friends for dinner
tables. No .66 Singer sewng machine
Sunday evening.
¡ike new $35. Also hundreds o f oth­
er. bargains that will save you money.
Mrs .Frank Jones slipped and fell
This community was shocked to
Come and see. Tobaison Second Hand hear o f the accidental death on W ed-°n the wet walk and sustained some
Store, Powell Blvd, Gresham, Ore­ nesday of last week o f Mrs. William' painful bruises but is able to get-'
gon.— Adv.
Armstrong .Mr. and Mrs. Armstrong around,
left Wednesday morning to drive to
Sttatistics show that during the Spokane to meet two daughters when
J . S. navy training period recruits almost to Hood Rver they ran into an
ain an average of almost ten pounds icy spot on the pavement and the car
A large crowd attended the Skip#
as a result o f good food, exercise and skidded and fell over a thirty foot
embankment killing Mrs. Armstrong a-week club program Saturday evo
regular hours.
Mr .Armstrong escaped Their Xmas party will be held if
with a broken shoulder and other mi_ Estacada at the home o f Mrs. Sadii
nor injuries. Most of the people of Anders, Mrs. Hector Anders assist
this community attended the funeral ing. LeRo yTaylor received the quil;
Last Saturday evening Ray King a
The 28 line held their meeting o
services o f Mrs .Armstrong which
ocal boy spoke over the radio at
was held Monday afternoon at the Monday and the following officer
Corvallis along with a number of
were elected. Pres., Clifford Diet)
chapel at Lincoln Memorial park.
FFA Sandy boys.Leona Updegrav«
vice president Earl Gunter; seer#
sang in the glee club and Arlie Upde.
tary.treasurer Mis. Earl Gunte
rave played in the band. Both clubs Gladstone visited Mr. and Mrs. A. J. manager W .C. Taylor
went along with the FFA and helped Wyman on Friday.
\yilbur Harmon who visited f<
with the program. They returned late
Mrs. Maud Miller
an ’ j re‘ 'several weeks in California with r<
Saturday evening.
turned home Saturday after spending
latives returned home ten days age
Mrs. Rydean local teacher is ill several days visiting with her sister
The Wagner place was rented las
and the school is closed for a day
week and the family will soon mov,
or two.
Mrs. Harry Traylor, Mrs. Nora into the house.
Ted Mudrow who had his ankle Lankins, Mrs. Earl Lankins ,Mrs .Ed
Helen Lombard who has bee
sprained in the football game on Trimpler, Mis .Ed Bateson and Mrs. home on a vacation returned Wedm-
A. J. Wyman attended the meeting
Thanksgiving day is back in school.
day to Otis wbeie she is employed
o f the Harding grange home econom­
Muriel Lombard o f Eugene and Do<
Robert Bodley was one o f a group
ic club at the home of Mrs. Emma
were week end guests at the horn
o f lucky hunters who got an elk
Barrett at Logau Friday.
of their parents Mr. and Mrs. Her»
Mr. and Mrs. W. Forbes o f Gre­ Lombard.
W. E. Bews has recovered from a
sham and Mrs. Jane Tannler o f Port-
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Davis o f St
very severe cold which had confined
i land were Sunday visitors at the
Helens and Mr .and Mys .Ed Lowdei
him to his home.
| home o f Mr. and Mrs. Ben Tannler.
attended the program Saturday nigm
The John Krigers did their winters
Mr. and Mrs .Dewey Kruger and also Mr. and Mrs. Stewart o f Po i1"
butchering over the week end.
children JoAnn and Dewey Jr., of land formerly on the Weatherly tun
Fred Aiken and two sons are stay, Glen Echo visited Mrs. Howard key ranch.
ing at the Kriger berry cabin and Swirk at the Earl Lankins home on
doing some hunting in the hills.
Thursday evening.
A surprise birthday dinner was
given at the Eldon Lankins home on
Sunday in honor o f the birthday of
Mrs. Lankins mother Mrs. Ernest Ev-
ansoon Sr. Those present were Mr.
and Mrs. Emery Powers and daugh.
ter Helen o f Gladstone, Mr .and Mrs.
Ernest Evanson Jr. o f Redland, Mrs.
Howard Swick o f Monmouth, Mrs;
Nora Lank’ns, Mrs .Ellen Simmons
and Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Lankins and
two daughters.
Quart $2.15
Pint $1.10
JAS »ASCIAY a CO.. U A V no. t a r l a . Itllaala
Mr. and Mrs. Joe McComb, Mr.
and Mrs .Albert McComb and Mrs.
Gladys Kinnick and granddaughter
Connie Lehl o f Centralia, Wash., at­
tended the fifth Sunday rally at the
Baptist church in Oregon fast Sun­
On Friday evening a group ol ,
friends gathered at the H .Lombari :
home to surprise Mr. Lombard on
his birthday.
Mrs. Grace Allen is in Portland fr||
a few days.
Mr .and Mrs. Byron Anders andi*
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Anders w e r » 3
Portland visitors Saturday.
At the Lombard home Sunday!
were all the children .Clarice and |
family from Sheridan, this state, He­
len from Otis, and Muriel from Eu­
gene and Don from Clackamas.
Porter district received some large tt|
snow flakes all day Wednesday a n d ®
in the afternoon the ground was
Mrs Ed Ficken visited Monday a f ­
ternoon with her sister Mrs. Ruth
Paul Saur from Portland visited
Landers at Clackamas.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Lankins and ‘ at the J ' M Morre11 home Sunday.
daurhtei Doris spent the week end
C. H. Dice and Leonard Anders I
with Mrs. Lank'ns sister Mrs. A. C. attended an REA directors meeting!
at Sandy Monday evening.
Krey and family at Eugene.
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