Eastern Clackamas news. (Estacada, Or.) 1916-1928, May 11, 1922, Image 1

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Devoted to the Interests of Eastern Clackamas County
V o l u m e 15,
$1.50 P e r Y e a r
E stacada , O regon , T hursday , M ay 11,1922.
N u m b e r 32
jra
Dr. R. Morse died about noon
today.
U PPER EAGLE CREEK
PROFESSIONAL CARDS.
LOCAL BREVITIES
GARFIELD ITEMS
Mr. and Mrs. J. Wilcox were
Ladies when in need of silk
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Douglass
Mother’s Day
' Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs.
hosiery, go to Rose’s.
and children and Robert Mo
Mother's Day occurs Sunday,
chuke were guests at the home
T~\R. CHARLES K. CA.REY
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Moore William Shaffer, Mrs. Wilcox be-
! ing Mrs. Shaffer’s sister. Mr.
^ P H Y S I C I A N and SURGEON,
A new camp of the Neighbors
of George Preister of Lagan, and will be duly observed in the were in Portland Tuesday.
churches. The custom has bee n When in doubt see the Square and Mrs. M. C. Shaffer and Mrs. | of Woodcraft was organized in
Phone for
Sunday afternoon.
OFFICE APPOINTMENT
Mary Shaffer, of Portland, were Estacada last Thursday night,
The Douglass Ridge school to wear a white carnation if one’s Deal Twins.
Estacada, Oregon.
week
end guests also.
mother
is
dead,
or
a
pink
or
red
j with 34 charter members.
Mrs.
program and basket social Satur­
Clyde Havens was here from
r y T c. e . ovven
one
if
she
is
living.
This
has
Anna
S.
Mardall,
Grand
Mana­
day night was a big success and
Portland to spend the week-end. j Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Moreland
DENTIST
were called to Portland last week ger of Oregon, instructing and
the receipts of the evening were caused such a run on carnations
Mr. and Mrs. V. W. Hauser for the funeral of Mr. Moreland’s installing officer, was present and
Estacada,
Oregon. $40 .65, which will be used for that it has been impossible to
spent last Thursday night in j uncle Julius I. Moreland.
did the organizing. A special
TAR. W. WALLENS
some improvements f o r t h e supply the demand. To relieve Portland.
the
situation
and
also
to
prevent
S U R G E O N D EN TIST
Garfield Grange was well at­ car from Portland, brought 41
school. There were 22 baskets i
7 cans of corn, peas or salmon tended last Saturday, the mem­ Neighbors, including a drill team
For over 20 years at Springwater, Ore. and 14 plates sold. The pro­ the excessive rise in prices for
gram was: Recitations by Dalet carnations, people are asked tx for $1.00, Sat. only,— Mckenney. bers enjoying an interesting and from Oregon Circle No. 171, and
TAR. R. MORSE.
B. R. Kimmel was Portland instructive talk on Filbert Rais­ Grand Banker, Mary F. Hurley.
P H Y S I C I A N AND S U R G E O N . I Smith, Burton Cahill, McKee i use their mothers’ favorite flow­
bound
on the morning train yes­ ing, by Homer A. Kruse of Wil­ The officers and their respective
ers
as
substitutes.
Office and Residence Second and Main Smith, Fiorlce Douglass, Nellie
streets, Estacada, Oregon. Telephone j
terday.
son ville, Ore. Music and a May names are: Guardian Neighbor,
Rucker, Ruby Hoffmeister, Del-! Tributes to Motherhood
connections.
CHICKEN
DINNER
served
at
pole drill furnished further Mattie L. Linn; past Guardian
phia
Bestul,
Cecil
Cahill
Eleanor
E. GATES,
A
mother
is
a
mother
still,
Neighbor, Cecil Dodson; advisor,
the Estacada Hotel Dining Room, entertainment.
Akers, Leslie Woodle, Agnes The holiest thing alive.
J. F U N E R A L D I R E C T O R
Sunday.
Price
50
cents
2-16tf
Mrs. Wm. Salzvedel has been Elsie B. Rose; magician, Mary E.
and Embalmer. Night and Day Tele­ Evans and Eugene Young. A
—Coleridge.
Ross; clerk, Frances W. Gates;
phone.
Lady Assistant.
play entitled “ A Proposal,” by Mother is the name for God in
Mrs. Anna Mickulecky is back on the sick list this past week.
banker, Ruth E. Keith; atten­
Edna Evans, and Gifford Hoff­ the lips and hearts of little chil- again from a visit of some weeks
A LBER T t . e l o t t
The ball game last Friday was
dant,
Lola F. Schock; captain of
meister; A play, ‘‘Mrs. Brown’s den.—Thackeray.
A T T O R N E Y A T LAW
in Portland.
again won by Porter school, the
guard,
Rhoe Syron; musician,
RESID EN T LAWYER
Callers,” by four girls, Edna
In the heavens above,
A new assortment of ladies score 7 to 3.
ESTACADA.
-
-
OREGON Evans, .Nellie Rucker, Myrtle
The angels, whispering to one wash waists just received at re­ Deputy Christensen was look­ Jane Carey; inner sentinel, Ida
B. Norris; outer sentine', Mary
another,
and Delphia Bestul; A panto-
W M . G. DUNLAP
ing after the Hatchery last week E. Coon rad; managers, Mattie
Can find, among their burning markably low prices at Rose’s.
A T T O R N E Y A T LAW
mine, “ Wanted, a Wife,” by
Miss Mabry Currin of Gresham during Mr. Moreland’s absence. Cahill, Nova Woodle, Bessie A.
terms of love, «
At Estacada, in the office of Woodle Perry Murphey, Naomi Paddison,
Realty Co., on Saturdays—Portland of­
None so devotional as that of ■was here last week, a guest at 500,000 baby fish are being Marshall; correspondent, Myrtle
Myrtle Bestul, Edna Evans and
fice 1521 Yeon Building.
“mother.” —Poe.
the home of her sister Mrs W. cared for at the hatchery and B, Young.
Mae Evans; A play, “ A Sudden
FA D. EBY,
A-
Wilcox.
Supt. Moreland has just received
Locates in Estacada
After the installation ceremo­
Discovery,” by Perry Murphey,
A T TO R N E Y AT LAW.
Don’t
forget
to
vote
on
the
another
100,000
eggs
for
hatch­
nies,
a supper was served, to
Dr. W. Rhodes, osteopathic
General Practice.
Confidential Ad­ David Evans and Mae Evans;
which the W. O. W. were invi­
viser. Oregon City, Oregon.
“A Darkey Sketch,” by Perry physician, who has been regular­ 19th, your candidate will need ing.
ted. During the evening instru­
Murphey and David Evans; A ly making Estacada, three times your vote whoever he is, to pull
IWTcGUIRK & SCHNEIDER,
him through.
L
O
W
E
R
E
A
G
L
E
C
R
E
E
K
mental music was rendered and
play,
“Organizing
a
Society.”
by
a
week
for
some
months,
has
AVA
A T T O R N E Y S AT LAW.
Why
send
away
for
your
boy’s
readings given by Mrs. W. F.
Leslie
Woodle,
Agnes
Evans,
moved
here
with
his
family.
His
At Gresham office— Tuesdays. Thurs­
Miss Thelma Trouge gave a Cary. There were about 150
days ana Saturdays, 203-5, Withrow Eleanor Akers, John
Evans, office will be in the Lichthorn suit, when you can get a strictly
building. Portland office, 609-15, Fen­
all wool suit with two pair of party last Saturday, it being her present.
ton building.
_______ Dale Smith, Ruby Hoffmeister, building, adjoining that of attor­
ninth birthday. Those pres­
Madeline, Rucker, and McKee ney Elott. This will be good trousers for $10.00 at Rose’s?
Modern Priscillas
ent w*ere, Lula Kingston, Her­
AUL C. FISCHER.
Smith; Song, “ Beautiful Oregon news to his patients as he is es­ Miss Vivian Willhite of Henri­
A T T O R N E Y AT LAW.
bert
Suter,
Mary,
Julia
and
Wal­
Mrs.
Fred Bartholomew dis­
etta, Okla., arrived Sunday for
Beaver building, Oregon City, Oregon. Rose,” by the girls; Song by 1st pecially equipped in skill and ex­
ter
Maffie
and
Margaret
Smith.
pensed
hospitality
to the mem­
and 2nd grades; Solo; “I Love a perience in his profession. Both an extended visit with her sister
bers
of
the
Priscilla
club at her
Mothers’ day will be observed
tyOODLE REALTY CO.
Lassie,” by Perry Murphey; Solo he and Mrs. Rhodes are welcome Mrs. William Bass.
pretty
home
on
the
Boulevard
Real Estate, Insurance, Loans’, by Mr. Muir; Song, “ Keep the additions socially to ourcommun- George Pointer has fixed up next Sunday, May 14, at the
last
Thursday.
C
r
o
c
heting
Ptesbyterian
church.
Everyone
Collections, Notary Public.
Home Fires Burning,” by the ity.
his apartment suite for the occu­
seemed to be the main diversion
Justice of the Peace.
is
invited
to
attend.
boys.—Henan Gibson was the
pancy of lawyer Elott and his
VIOLA
They get results
Phone Estacada
Mrs. Trullinger and daughter until dinner was announced.
auctioneer and Mrs. Laura Baum­
family. The decoration is very
Corinne went to Portland last The prettily arranged table had
gartner, the teacher, had charge
D. G. White, who has traded bright and cheerful.
as a center piece a bowl of pan­
of affairs.
part of his place heie for prop­ Men have you seen those $25 Thursday, Mrs. Trullinger re­
sies.
for-get-me-nots, candvtuft
turning
Friday
and
Corinne
Sat­
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Warn- erty near Tillamook city, is get­ suits at Rose’s made to your or­
and wild currant. Other spring
urday.
staff, Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Lee, ting ready to move. His son der of strictly all wool or silk and
blossoms were effectively dis­
London Lancashire Fire Ins. Co.
Mr. and Mrs, A. C. Larsen, Mr. Babe and family expect to go wool materials, guaranteed to fit?
Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Test
tributed throughout the rooms,
and Mrs. Chester Muir, Miss with him.
were in Eagle Creek a few days
Keep your policy in our Fire
Why pay more?
and
a bright fire in the fireplace
Proof Vault, tree of qharge.
Jennie, Bachman, Miss Virginia
Rev. Young of Garfield preach­ The Silver Star opening will this week.
threw out its radiance, the cheer
Muir and Chester Moore of Port­ ed at the church here Sunday be one of the events of the sea­ Walter Nelson started for Cali­
and comfort contrasting greatly
H. C. S T E P H E N S
land attended the basket social morning after which he baptised son. Don’t forget to call and fornia a few days ago.
with the elements outside. The
at the Douglass Ridge school, the four small children of Mr.
A gent .
Mrs. Gates of Estacada was in hostess was ably assisted in serv­
eat some of the delicious ice
Saturday evening.
and Mrs. Earl Hinman, also the cream which will be furnished Eagle Creek last Saturday giving ing the splendid menu by Mes-
Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm Woodle little daughter of Mrs. Wm. free.
music lessons.
dames Jennie Salinp, Aggie Wil­
were the dinner guests at the Hicinbothem.
The first 50 customers buying Logging Operations to Commence cox and W. A. Forbes After
home of Ray Woodle, Sunday.
Henry Tannler spent Saturday a 35 cent can of Calumet Baking
partaking of this delightful re­
and Sunday in Portland.
Soon.
past, a short time was spent in
Powder will receive a Calumet
that we carry
High School Commencement Earl Lankin came over from cook
The
Oregon
Journal
states
that
visiting,
and then the president
book and a Calumet bank
LIGHT HARDWARE
The Commencement exercises Bull Run Saturday evening to for the kiddies free. Try a can, logging operations on a tract of called the club to order and thi•*-
6000 acres of timber land five- teen members responded to roll
of the Estacada High School will visit his parents, returning Sun­ it is guaranteed at Rose’s.
;!; Toys, Notions, Hosiery, Needle-
$ work, Candy, Etc.
be held in the Auditorium, Tues­ day. He is in a logging camp.
Osteopathic care during preg­ miles east of Cazadero will begin call. Two visitors were present,
} 5c, 10c, 15c and up.
day evening, May 16, at 8 p. m.
Mrs. Ida Hinman and son nancy and confinement has done at an early date, according to an­ Mrs. C, A. Sisson of Seattle and
B. F. Irvine of Portland, editor Charlie returned from their trip more to relieve womankind than nouncement made by officials of Mrs. W. A. Forbes of Linaman.
CALL AND SEE US
of the Oregon Journal, will de­ to Eastern Oregon Thursday. any other method now in use. the Union Lumber Company of A Sick committee and an Enter­
liver the address of the evening. They are looking for a small Consult an osteopath for further New Orleans, o w n e r of the tainment committee was appoint­
The graduates number four­
1 2-15tf tract. The company is repre ed by the president. Words of
$ I. O. 0. F. Bid*., Estacada i teen as follows: M a r y Ely, farm, but did not find what they nformation.
sented in Portland by J. H. sympathy were expressed by the
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x
-
-
i
— i—t—
wanted.
Mrs. George Forman of Bar­ Weston of Logtown, Mississippi,
Pearl
Fantz,
Rose
Trachsel,
Es­
club for Mis, Esther Githens. a
♦ ♦ + ♦ + ♦♦* + + ♦ + ♦
We were sorry to learn that ton, who had been confined to
and
L.
N.
Dantzlerof
Mosspoint,
ther
Weaver,
Robert
Cahill,
Grace
♦
Mrs. Simmons’ house burned her bed with rheumatism for Mississippi. The company pur­ valued member who was absent
Ragan,
Ruth
Blaisdell,
Elsie
on account of the illness of Mr.
♦
down in Oregon City on Thurs­ some weeks, is now at Shipherd’s
chased
the
tract
about
12
years
Deardorff,
Irene
Saling,
Walter
Githens. Mrs. Marie Heiple will
*
day. She has been here at the mineral springs, Carson, Wash.,
ago
and
last
year
contracted
Matson,
Isaiah
Tucker,
Ray
Mil­
be hostess to the club for the
*
home of her daughter, Mr3. E. and has improved so she is able
with
the
P.
R.
L.
&
P.
company
ler,
Vernon
Hassell,
Neva
Wood­
June
meeting.
»
Lankin.
to walk with a crutch.
to
extend
its
line
five
miles
into
le.
» FLOWERS (orders taken)
Mrs. McComb is still at Glad­ Pointer sells an Oregon made the timber.
Christian Church
♦ EVERSHARR PENCILS
stone
taking care of a sick aunt. paint at S2.00 and $2.75 per gal.
SPRINGWATER NEWS
Bible School every Lord’s Day
According
to
Dantzler
it
is
pro­
♦
PERFUMES
Mr. and Mrs. C. Johnson and Let me estimate your job. 3-9tf posed to take out 400,01)0,000 feet 10 a. m.; Preaching 11 a. m. A
Mrs. S. Raney has returned
♦
STATIONERY
children ot Garfield, spent Sun­ Otis Wagner, son of Mr. and of logs and sell them to Portland cordial invitation is extended to
all. Theme for May 14, “ Exalt­
from her visit at Gresham.
->
BOOKS
day with Babe White and wife. Mrs. P. M. Wagner, who has mills. The New Orleans com­ ing Mother,” this will be a
♦
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Shibley and
Will Hicinbotham is employed passed the winter in San Diego, pany had no intention of engag­ Mother’s Day service.
♦ MANICURING SETS, Etc.
children visited the week-end
writes that he is enjoying the ing in the manufacture of lum­
E. P. Atchley, pastor.
at
Drain, building a sawmill.
♦
with J. A. Shibley’s.
Come in and Look.
sunshine
and
the
beautiful
parks
ber
in
Oregon,
Dantzler
stated.
♦
Baccalaureate Service
Notice
Mr. and Mrs. S. N. Kilgore
of California, but expects soon
II
♦
and children took dinner Sun-! The baccalaureate sermon to to be driving back to Oregon for
The Garfield Dorcas society
Grange Picnic
♦
will meet at the home of Mrs. E,
day with Mr. and Mrs. R. S. ! the class of 1922 of the Estacada the summer.
The annual picnic of the Eagle J. Yocum on Thursday, .May 18.
♦
Guttridge.
High School will be delivered at
Bob Marchbank has moved his Creek Grange will be held in the All are cordially invited.
♦
The
Store
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Erickson the M. E. church Sunday even­ pool hall into the building which grove at Eagle Creek on Satur­ Mrs. L. J. Palmatcer, S< c’y.
♦
ing, May 14. by the pastor, Rev.
: ♦ i ♦ + * + + visited the week-end with their A. F. Lacy. Special music has he has purchased, formerly used day, May 20th. A fine program
♦
Voting Places
son Ray and family at Redland.
by H. L. McKenney for his gro­ has been prepared and State-
been
provided
for
the
occasion.
Voters of precinct No. 1 will
Little Ardeth Grable is with
cery.
It has been thoroughly Grange Master C. E. Spence and
her grandmother Mrs. N. Gra­ The service will begin promptly renovated, repapered and,paint­ Attorney L. L. Mahone of Part- vote in the Lichthorn building
back of the I. O. O. F. hall; vo­
ble, this week from Eagle Creek. | at eight o’clock. Everybody is ed in a most attractive manner land will be the speaker! of the ters
of precinct No. 2 will vote
invited to attend.
by J. W. Sanders. This is now day. A picnic dinner will be in the city hall.
At the special school election !
held last week, S. N. Kilgore' Loren Ellis was here from the only pool hall in town, as served at noon and everybody is
PLACE YOUR IN­
was elected director to fill the Portland to spend the week-end Hauser & Linn have discontinued invited to come and bring their Talk is cheap. If our goods are
SURANCE THROUGH
their’s, but it will be sufficient to dinners. Free coffee will he pro­ not as resresented, tell US and
YOUR HOME AGENT WHO unexpired term of t h i r t e e n with his parents.
we refund your money without
WILL PROTE CT
months of J. M. Forbes, re­ Harry Johnson has moved his supply the ordinary demand.
vided by the grange. In the
question.
Square Deal Twins.
YOUR INTEREST
signed.
Dr. W. Rhodes has rented the evening a dance will be given
shoe shop into the building next
Rev. and Mrs.V. A. Weir and to Ellis’ grocery on main street, house belonging to Mrs. Dubois, in Cogswell’s hall to which tick­ Fred Bartholomew moved Dr.
Mr. and Mrs. T. P. McCauley Dr. Rhodes, the osteopathic phy­ which has been occupied by Mrs. ets will l»c $1.00; ladies free. A Rhodes’ household a n d office
motored to Oregon City Satur­ sician having leased his former Coleman and Mrs. Yocum, teach-j good time is assured so there goods over from Portland last
week.
ought to be a good attendance.
era in the grade schools.
room for an office.
day afternoon.
P
FIRE INSURANCE.
1 Don’t forget
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j
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For Fire Insurance
Cary Real Estate Co.