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FOR SALE or RENT. 5-room house H. Mulrow of the recruiting staff Mrs. S. L. Campbell was in Port imiimmimimimmiimimimiiiMimmimmimmimiiimimmiimmmmiMiimi
and bath in Estacada. Known as the were in the district Sunday.
Viola Denning house. Three lots Arlie Updegrave was initiated into land Monday.
with house. Will either sell or rent the Crimson S i-tub after the recent John Crandall is employed near
reasonable. Tel. Sandy 24 collect or football banquet at Sandy high.
write Mrs. Viola Denning, Boring,
Oregon, route 1.
Donald Shaw a former Dover boy to California where the former is
visited his relatives at Gre. employed.
FOR SALE. 24.in. hand split fir
shakes, $12.50 per M. W. E. Hyde sham. Don is a petty officer in the
rt. 2, Estacada. At Viola Store. tf
We express a sincere wish that you may havti a
IZZY’S AUTO WRECKING. We The Ted Mudrows were Sunday
buy old cars and trucks. Wa sell auto
Jean O’Dell has been quite sick
parts, tires, batteries, oil and re Rannow.
built generators. Also cable, pipa, fit The high school began its vacation the past few days and was a disap
tings, angle irons, flat irons, etc. Friday which will last 16 days, school pointed little girl because she could
not take her part in the school Xmas
We buy junk, radiators, batteries,
and scrap iron. Tel. Estacada 73-6. taking up January 5, 1942.
= and that Health, Prosperity and Happiness will be =
Address box 375D, roata 2, Boring.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Beverly of
At Barton on Estacada highway.
Gladstone had quite a time Saturday | yours thruout the New Year.
FOR SALE. Road gravai and drive Western Thriller
night by their car getting stuck in
nay gravel for sale at pit or deliver
the nrud on Swede hill. They stayed
ed. Deep Creek Gravel Co., rt 1, .box
It is with true appreciation that we thank you |
the latter part of the night at the
101,, Boring, Ore.
Hal Gibson home.
| for your patronage the past year and want to assure |
Mr. and Mrs. A .H. Still, Mr .and
FOR SALE. 5 Jeisey heifers from The popular cowboy star Roy Ro Mrs.
Chas. Houger and Mr. and Mrs. | you that we will make every effort in 1942 to con- |
1 to 2 Vi years old. 2 to freshen Jan gers will be starred as the first fea_
Hickmund attended the Red
uary 1st, also 6 Jersey cow*. 1 Litch ture of the double hill at the Broad
Cross card party at Estacada Satur | tinue to give you the Highest Quality Foods and |
field manure spreader In good shape,
1 potato digger. Come between 9 and way theatre this Friday and Saturday day evening.
| Merchandise at Lowest Possible Prices.
10:30 a.m. or 4:30 p.m. I tiye one December 26 and 27 In “Bad Man Mrs. Earl O’Dell and Mrs. George
In extending Season’s Greet mile
west of Eagle Creek store. Wal
ings to friends and customers we ter E .Smith, Eagle Creek, Oregon. of Deadwood.” Here is a western pic Forman spent all day last Thursday
We hope that we may have the pleasure of ser- |
ture packed with action and punctu in Portland on a shopping trip.
wish to also thank you for your Tel. 42-111.
ated with cowboy son-gB. A saga of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hickmund had ij ^ing y °U in 1942.
business the past year. It has been
APPLES FOR SALE. 35c to 75c the pioneer west that ranks among a pleasant visit Sunday in Salem iwith =
truly appreciated and we will
make every effort to serve you a box. Spitzenbergs and Jonathans. the best. Second feature is “Down their cousins Mr. and Mrs. Chris —
Stevens Orchard, Eagle Creek. 2t San Diego Way,’’ a song studded ro Sumpter.
even better in 1942.
FOR RENT. 3-room house with mance starring Bonita Granville and Mr. and Mrs .Chas. Hoberg of Ba -1 =
garden spot, $5 a month. Inquire of Ray McDonald. There’s a mad swing ker spent part of last week here with rj
J. C. Tunnell, Mgr.
J. J. Marchbank, Estacada .Tel. 25-4. to this picture that will carry you his sister Mrs. B. A. Millsap.
along the high tide of entertainmen
The pupils of the school here gave
WANTED. Digitalis (fox glove)
“C itizen K an*“
Headquarters for the best in Seeds leaves,
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Feeds and Fertilizers
W. R. Woodworth, route 2, box 210, ture ever to come out of Hollywood party Thursday evening. The rooms
of the school house ware beautifully
Cor. Birdsdale and Baseline
will be presented at the Broadway decorated and the children took their smiimiiiimmiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiimiimiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiin
Rt. 9. Box. 369, Portland
FOR SALE. Fat young geese. Call this Sunday .Monday and Tuesday, parts exceptionally well. Much cred t
Tel. Gresham 5168
or see G. E. Kigglns, route 2, box 12. December 28, 29 and 30. Says the it due Mrs. Hazel Wooster for her
New York Times of this production: untiring work and the chi’dren for
“It is far and away the most sur- their willing assistance.
FOR SALE or TRADE. Black, piosing and exciting motion picture
smooth mouth horse. Plenty of life. seen here In many a moon, comes The Goodwill club held their Xmas
Drives single or double. Weight ab close to being the most sensational and December birthdays party at the
out 1400 lbs. Price $30 or trade for film ever made, a picture of tremen- home of Mrs. Hamy Hickmund the
equal value in grain or sheep. Walter duous and overpowering scope." As 17th. A short business meeting was
the title implies the film deals with held and then the Christmas pie was
Maurer .Estacada, Ore., Rt. 2.
the career of an Amerlcai) citizen, cut and each one present drew a
FOR SALE. 8 weaner pigs 6 weeks one Charles Foster Kane, a man ob gift. Members having birthdays this
old, $5.50 each. Inquire Hugh Carlin, sessed with a lust for power over life, month received lovely gifts and a
rt. 1, Estacada. Tel. 32-211.
money and love. The fate of many remembrance from their Pollyanna.
people ,his own large fortune and A delicious lunch and birthday cake
WANTED, WORK. Man wants the hearts of two beautiful women was served to Bee Wallace, Eva Mill
work of any kind. Tel. Estacada 82-6. are objects of his conquest in the sap Grace Still, Marie Gibson,, Ma
To All A
Though the dark clouds of war hover over our
story which is filled with a wealth bel Slaughter, Daisy Bush, Meda § country
SALE. Slightly damaged hea of
let us not forget to extend to our friends the
MERRY CHRISTMAS ter FOR
wood $4.50 a cord delivered. 16 exciting “ incidents.
vers, Maudie O’Dell, Jennie Pmiteetl, § age old greeting “Merry Christmas and Happy New
inch wood. First house south of Cur-
Gilchrist, Ruth Whitehead, | Year.”
"Dive Bomber,” that great ep:c Margaret
rinsville store on left.
Mrs .Chas. Honger and
HAPPY NEW YEAR
of the air in technicolor comes to the
As friends to friends, we extend Best Wishes
FOR SALE. New hammer mill, rol. Broadway next Wednesday, and Mrs. Archie Greenlee.
Drop in at our place when you ler and motor in good condition. In Thursday .December 31 and January Miss Irene Rivers a teacher in the I for Good Fortune and Happiness thruout the new
1 with a continuous show from 2:15 Shelton, Wash., high school is at her | year.
are in Gresham. You will always quire at Siefer Stole .Orient.
New Years day. Every type of home here for the holidays.
find a warm welcome here. Meet
FOR SALE. Ten O.I.C. weaner
It has been a pleasure to serve you the past year
your friends and make this your pigs $5 each. Inquire R. H. Currln, fighting and observation plane used
we want you to know that this bank will be
by the U. S. navy including the new.
fun headquarters the whole year | Estacada, rt. 1. Tel. 32-4.
with the same friendly efficient banking ser-
est super-bombers and fastest pur
HOLMAN COW COMPLETES
assembly lines were used in filming The school children gave a very
NEW OFFICIAL RECORD
the new picture which stars Errol nice Christmas program Monday ev
and Fred MacMurray. Only ening at the school house.
A new record exceeding the aver
in the cast is the startlingly
Pool Hall—Confectionery age of the Guernsey breed for her woman
Smith who appears The high wind of Saturday night
Gresham age and class has just been complet briefly but Alexis
to stir up a blew a limb across the electric line
ed by a four and one-half year old
trouble between Flynn and Mac giving us a few hours blackout.
cow, LaRouche of Chicona, 474472, little
Murray. Just as the navy’s dive bomb
of Molalla, Oregon .tested and owned ers
the sky with America’s glory Mrs. Grace Allen is visiting a few
by Rufus C. Holman. Her official re- the fill
Bomber” fills the days in Cannon City ,Colo. She re
con! supervised by Oregon state col screen with “Dive
ports no snow there yet.
« ills a»4
lege and announced by the American
Guernsey cattle club is 10562.4
Mr. Manrose and his son and fa riHiiiMiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii?
pounds of milk and 525.0 pounds of
mily visited at the Herb Lombard
take any action on the matter unless large percentage of seeds were -run
fat in class BBB.
FOR SALE. 3 acres just outside
Eagle Creek grange met in joint Mr. and Mrs. Don Christensen vis orders are placed in the very near over the machine and left lying in
the field to rot.
Estacada city limits, 3 blocks north
session wth Sandy last Saturday for
of high school. House 16x24, good Dover District
installation of officers. All officers ited at the Henry Chi. fatensen home The Clackamas county AAA com
mittee composed of Mr. Cumberland,
berry land. A bargain for $606. J.
were present. Shirley Buck of Mil- Sunday.
.Dietz of Canby, Lloyd Ewalt of
J. Marchbank, Estacada. Tel 25-4.
Activities stalling. A potluck dinner was served. Mrs. Jean Dunning from Portland Mr
JAVING MONEY | !
Estacada made a survey early this
DEPENDABLE USED CARS
Eagle Creek grange mill meet Sat John Grove home Monday.
ninety-two new combine harvesters
1931 Plymouth Sedan.
Sergt. R ,D. Mudrow of the Port
Ed Schweitzer is home for the to care for the added acreage of
1936 Plymouth sedan.
land recruiting office received his E. L. (Ed) Trullinger suffeied a Xmas
peas, vetch ,crimson clover and other
holidays with his family.
1937 Dodjgs sedan.
appointment as aviation cadet ami light stroke last week. His right
seeded here last fall.
BROCKWAY & NEISON
left for Kelly field at San Antonio arm and side of his face are affected. Warren Carter son of Mr. and Recent conferences with imple
Dodge & Plymouth Dealora
Texas Tuesday evening via the S.P.S. Mrs. Dorothy Lamper has been suf Mrs. S. C. Carter joined the navy _ ment dealers indicate that very few
last week and left for San Diego, orders for this needed equipment
Merilyn McDonald who has been ferirvg with an ulcerated wisdom California.
Their son Glendon Car have been placed in spite of repeat
FOR SALE. Six heifers all Jer seriously ill is recovering at this tooth. She was in Portland for treat ter
was married November 21 at St. ed warnings from the county agri
seys from a good herd. From 18 writing.
Petersburg ,Fla. He is stationed there cultural defense board.
months to 2 year* old and *11 bred. The Derr family from Sandy The Red Cross knitting class met at
Whi'e it m: y be possible to secure
Some to freshen around January 1. Ridge moved into the John SchamU at the church Monday aftemooon for the navy training station.
I combine harvesters during the com.
One dry Jersey cow. W. P. Ferrell, house Wednesday.
work and instmetion.
i ing months the state committee could
Eagle ( reek, 1 miles east of Barton
Kern place has been Responsibility
| issue no assurance that such would
on Estacada highway.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hemmers (nee sold The to a Ward
Portland party who plans to n^a
the case and stated positively that
FOR SALE. Home built tractor, girl.
make a sheep ranch out of it for rlaced on rarm ers be
for’ this equipment would
Dodge motor, Torboson rear end, two
the present time.
1 not be made and that dealers could
transmissions, heavy truck wheels Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Updegrave O. E .Stephen* was in Portland
provide such equipment only when
with spade Jugs. Lots of power. spent the last week end with the Monday.
The responsibility of obtaining bona fide farmer orders could br
Price $40. Also Philco 9 tube battery formers parents.
Mr. and Mrs .Oliver Ti.ylor have needed farm machinery for harvest, shown.
radio with new turn- Price $5. O.
from the Alspaugh place to ing next years crop was placed square Even when orders are placed no
1) .Bowman ,rt. 1, near Porter school.
ly in the laps of Clackamas county assurance of delivery can be made / Here’s ”an Idea that’s practical
the Garfield community.
ecting for the Xmas treats. The pro A Christmas program w::l be pres farmers by the state agricultural de but it is evident that immediate or for the new baby’s layette. An/
of items oan be made from :
FOR SALE. Boys' bike in good con gram is to he held Tuesday evening ented by both the Sunday school and fense board with the p oblbm by ders on the part of growers is the number
white sloth in Oettn .91
dition, $10. Inquire Dwyer’s camp at
Bags. Baby’s clothes''
Inability of implement manufac should be comfortable
Eagle Fern park or write Sam Bar- Mesftrs. Lee and Clarence Cooper give theirs at the church during the
and most of
fense hoard and county agent J. J. turers to quote definite prices ha' all
tram, Eagle Creek, Ore.
must be kept clean. Make them
of Portland were in the district on regular church period at 11:30 and Inskeep at Corvallis last week.
soft material, easy to launder.
the latter will give theirs Tuesday “The growers in the Wilamette is already greatly confused. The sit A of few
business the past week.
CASH OR TRADE
simple embroidery stitches
for your car or pickup.
valley have been guaranteed good uation is acute in Clackamas countv may be added, but are not at allj
Relatives of the Kecks and Me
HESSEL IMPLEMENT CO.
A son was bom to Mrs. Monroe prices for the coming year”, said as hundreds of acres were left unhar necessary.
Donalds have moved Into the Irvin Swarner
Other Cotton Bag Sewing Ideas,
of Fairbanks, Alaska re state agricultural committee defense vested because of shortage of equip
Chryalar Plymouth IHC Truck* Updegrave house.
cently. The baby weighed six pounds board members. “The responsibilitj ment th:s pest year and many com lar* illustrated in a free booklet.
Colonel II .B. Hensley and Tech. and ¡a the first grandchild of Mr. and of ordering h»vesting’ equipment if plained *rir‘ combine operators wer- ' Write to National Cotton Council,
WANTED. To buy baled
18, Memphis, or Textile Bags,;
Sergt. George Foster and Sergt. R. Mrs. Ben Faust.
up to them and we are not disposed to so rushed this past season that a Box M.
LaSalle S t, Chicago. 7 j
T*L Eatacad* Í9-6-
j Merry Christmas I
Currinsville Mercantile Co.
Our Best Wishes
Happy New Year!
I Clackamas County