Eastern Clackamas news. (Estacada, Or.) 1916-1928, August 31, 1922, Image 1

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D evoted to the Interests o f Eastern
VOLUME 15,
E stacada , O regon , T h u r s d a y , A ugust 31,1932.
N umber 48
S P R IN G W A T E R N E W S
PROFESSIONAL CARDS.
DR
O • D. a EBY,
ttorney
at
la w
.
General Practice.
Confidential
viser. Oregon City. Oregon.
Ad­
TWTcGUlRK & SCHNEIDER,
AVA
attorneys at la w .
At Gresham office—Tuesdays, Thurs­
days ana Saturdays, 203-5, Withrow
building. Portland office, 609-15, Pen-
ton building.
W
o o d le r ea lty co .
Real Estate, Insurance, Loans,
Collections, Notary Public.
Justice of the Peace.
They get results
Phone Estacada
FIRE INSURANCE.
London Lancashire Fire Ins. Co.
Keep your policy in our Fire
Proof Vault, free o f charge.
H.
C.
S TE P H E N S
A gent .
J. E. GATES
Is SELLING OUT
His stock of
NOTIONS,
HOSIERY,
LIGHT HARDWARE
ETC
(Known as T H E B A Z A A R )
at cost to make room for his
\
I
UNDERTAKING W O R K
I.
o. O.
F. Bldg., Estacada ,
THE
Estacada
Schools
I Open September llth ♦
♦
We are ready to fill your
♦ orders for SCHOOL BOOKS
♦ and School Supplies—a3 us­
♦ ual School Books are strictly
♦
Cash.
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The R exall Store
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For Fire Insurance
PLACE Y O U R IN­
SURANCE THROUGH
YOUR HOME AGENT WHO
WILL PROTECT
YOUR INTEREST
Cary Real Estate Co.
i
CURRINSVILLE ITEMS
LO C AL BREVITIES
$1.50 P er Y ear
BARTON ITEMS
E
LAST SUNDAY
Paul Lovell, wife and son, are, Ed Hunt was in Portland, on
Mr. McMain met with a se-
visiting Mr. and Mrs. Arthur; Tuesday.
i rious loss last week. His large
Smith and Mr. and Mrs, Loyd, phe Estacada schools open | truck caught fire from an explo-
| sion of the gas and burned up.
Ewalt for a few days.
September 11.
Last Sunday the Estacada town
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Sperlin
A new assortment of stamped ; The load of wood he was hauling
team
crossed bats with the High
was
also
burned.
and children visited their uncle goods is just in at Morton’s.
School
Alumni. The game proved
and aunt Mr. and Mrs. L. H ale1
The Rev. and Mrs. Collard re­
Miss Irene Saling was home
the
most
interesting, tho by no
one day last week.
turned last week from Portland,
from Portland last night.
means
the
fastest witnessed on
where
they
spent
two
weeks,
and
Those from Currinsville who ;
Don.t forget the Bazaar is sel­ were given a surprise Saturday the local grounds this year.
visited the Sandy Rebekah lodge
ling out at cost
8-3 tf night by friends bringing in
The Alumni jumped ahead on
Thursday evening were, Mr.
the
start by a three run lead in
Your eggs are now worth 30c. vegetables and groceries.
and Mrs. H. S. Jones, Mrs. Rich­
tin first inning, but this handi­
Bring
them
to
McKenney,
he
al­
ard Githens, Mrs. Clara Boyer,
S. P. Pesznecker and John Ir­ cap was soon overcome by the
Mrs. Wilbur Wade. Mr. and Mrs. ways pays the highest price.
ving of Estacada, called at the regulars who at the end of the
Our fall line o f woolen shirts Forman home one day last week.
Earl McConnel, Mr. and Mrs.
fourth frame had traveled the
Checks and solid
Albert Kitching, Mrs. Charlie has arrived.
circuit route for seven counters.
George
Forman
and
sons,
Ray
colors,
Morton’
s.
Kitching and Elsie Fuller.
and Victor attended the Ring- From then on the regulars were
Miss Oakley, sister of Mrs.
Mrs. Marrs and daughter Miss
ling Bros., Barnum & Bailey cir­ never in any qgrious peril.
Ella Currin returned to their Mae Reed, returned Monday to
Jack Smith, a former high
cus, Friday.
her home in Seattle.
home in*Salem on Saturday.
school
star, twirled a wonderful
A surprise party was given
Roy Wilcox, Otis Wagner and
Mrs. Clara Boyer and son Ar­
game
for
the Alumni
He had
Sammy Whitehead M o n d a y
thur left last Saturday for a vis­ Raymond Lovelace d r o v e t o
oceans
of
speed
and
a
good
as­
night. All the young folks at­
Portland, yesterday.
it to eastern Oregon.
sortment of twisters that entire­
tended and report a good time.
Mrs. Close, from Vancouver,
Mrs. George D o u g l a s a n d
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Boiler and ly fooled his opponents time and
daughter Harriet, were visiting Wash., was a guest at the home
family leave in a few days for time again, F r e c k Lovelace
with Mrs. Douglas’ mother, Mrs. of her brother W. A. Wilcox last
Chico, California.
They have played a stellar game at the in-
week.
Dowty, last week.
tial sack, grabbing everything
been residents of this vicinity
that came his way in big brush
You
had
better
get
your
can­
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Kitching
for over two years.
style.
visited their son and daughter, ning sugar before another ad­
Everyone is through with their
John Moser and Neil Bronson
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kitching, vance. You can get the best
threshing
but Albert Horger, both performed well on the
for $7.75, at Rose’s.
last
Sunday.
UPPER BARTON
who had 12 acres standing grain mound for the regulars. They
Among others who were in
which was not ready while the were hit quite profusely at first,
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Boiler and
UPPER EAGLE CREEK
Portland last Friday to attend
threshing machine was here.
children left Wednesday for Cal­
but realized that they were up
the circus, was Mrs. Gerald Wil­
Pauline Brash of Sellwood, re­
ifornia, and expect to make their
The Johnsons have sold out to against a stiff team tightened
cox and son “ Bobbie.”
turned home Ia3t Wednesday
home there.
a Mr. and Mrs. Wallace of Hood down and held the youngsters
B. H. Johnson of the Progres­ river. Louie Gerber was the
where they wanted them.
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Looney after a few days visit with Flor-
sive Shoe Shop returned yester­
real estate agent, who also sold
Taking it all thru it was a good
and children of Estacada,, and ice Douglass.
day from a business trip in and
Mr. and Mrs. Henderson’s place game, well worth the money.
The Udell and D e S h a z e r
Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Ferrel and
around Portland.
to Mr. Chase, a former resident We’are hoping that another game
children drove to Oregon City threshing crew are back in the
G. H. Lichthorn and wife have of Barton.
They threshed
may be staged later this season
Saturday to visit their cousins, neighborhood.
for Lou Baker on Monday and gone to Yakima, Wash., to visit
the G. M. Caldwells.
Geo. Forman and son Ray, between the two local teams.
for Fred Hoffmeister and Will relatives.
Jens Peterson, Otto Stulke, A. The final count in this one w.as
Found No Wobblies
William H. Hull and Ethel Vi­ Warner, I. Brown and Ed. Grif­ Estacada 8, H. S. Alumni tí.
Douglass on Tuesday.
Sheriff Wilson went this week
Next Sunday the game will he
Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Gibson ola Julian, both of Estacada, fin went to the mountains this
to inspect the Hurley-Mason were up to Heman Gibsen’s Sun­ were issued a license to wed last week for huckleberries.
tween Estacada and the Portland
Saturday ac Oregon City.
camps above Faraday, as rumors day afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Odell are Trojans, who are gentlemen of
had it that a strike was on due to
As
the
school
season
is
about
making improvements to their color.
Mrs. Joe Richey was the din­
I. W. W. influences. On his re­ ner guest of Mrs. Ray Woodle to begin, it will be to-your inter­ newly purchased home, formerly
turn, he stated that the reports
est to buy your children the all the Conner place, by moving the A irscape Photographer Here
the other day.
were greatly exaggerated, and
leather line of shoes for service, house back, away from the road,
C. S. Woodruff, who for ten
Mrs. Naylor’ s brother, Harry
plenty of men were available.
years was the official photograph­
at Rose’s.
and
putting
in
a
concrete
found­
McGary, of Idaho, came Sunday
er for the Portland Journal, is
Plane Flew Over Town
Mesdames A. E. Sparks and N. ation.
and surprised her. He came to
stopping at the Estocada hotel
B. Ecker visited Mrs. M. H.
A little diversion was afforded make his annual visit.
J. W. Sanders of Estacada, is
Evans at the Portland sanita­ painting the school house, inside with his pilot Edward Hantak.
Tuesday evening by an aeroplane
Mrs. Naylor is on the sick list
rium last Friday. They report and out, a needed improvement. He has been engaged by the P.
flying over town. It went over but is improving.
R. L. & P. Co. to take pictures
that she was somewhat im­
the school grounds north as if
Airs. Bestul is suffering from proved.
of its extension work above Ca­
seeking a landing place.
But an attack of poison oak.
Swinging a Circle
zadero clear through all along the
Mrs. W. C. McWillis, little
apparently did not find a suitable
Mrs. Roy Douglass was a son and daughter Etta were in _Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Smith and line. He will commence as soon
spot, for it proceeded towards
guest at the home of Walter Portland last Friday. Miss Et­ daughter, with Mr. Smith’s pa­ as the weather clears. After lie
Currinsville, where it landed on
Douglass last Sunday.
ta remained until Sunday even­ rents, Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Smith is through with the railroad com­
the flat near the J. K. Ely ranch.
of Bellingham, Wash., returned pany’s work, he is under con­
ing to visit friends.
It was reported to have taken
Paramonnt W eek
home Friday night after a de­ tract with the State Highway
pictures of the power plants.
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Moore re­ lightful trip to the Oregon caves Commission to take pictures of
There will be some especially
turned Tuesday from their two and Crater lake. They went by the Mt. Hood area along the line
good shows at the Gem Theatre
Grange Picnic
weeks’ vacation, which they automobile and swung a com­ of the Columbia River Highway
next week in celebration of Par-
The Garfield Grange picnic last amount week, which is beinf JPOot atthe North Forks o f the plete circle, going from here to and Loop road around the moun­
Santiam and at Crater Lake.
Saturday, in Zion grove, drew a
Albany, Corvallis, Eugene, clear tain to Portland and the Govern­
observed all over the country.
large attendance. A basket din­ On Saturday and Sunday, Sept.
Charlie Weaver is going back down to Holland, whence they ment camp. While he is execu­
ner was served, after which a
2, and 3, “ The Sheik” will be to his former work, as a school went to the Oregon Caves. After ting both contracts he will make
program was rendered.
There s h o w n .
Then on Thursday, teacher, having secured a school this, they returned to Grants Estacada his base of operations.
wa3 singing by the Grange choir
Sept. 7, “ Get Rich Quick Wal- over in Washington. With his Pass and from there went thru
and an address by State Grange
Doctor# Leave
lenford.” Saturday and Sunday family he leaves for their new Medford to Crater Lake, around
Master C. E. Spence who discus­
which
they
drove,
a
distance
of
‘The
Af-
home
this
week.
Sept. 9 and 10, comes,
Until Dr. G. L. Midford who
sed taxation, advocating a grad­
fairs of Anatol.” All three fine| Mrs. G. E. Lawrence returned thirty-six miles. Mr. Smith says purchased the property ol the
uated income tax, and the Rev.
shows will be put on at the reg­ home Tuesday afternoon, from he never saw water o f such a deep late Dr. Morse arrives, Estacada
A. F. Lacy of Estacada, also
ular prices.
North Bend in Coos county, blue before. The route on their will have only one doctor, Dr. W.
spoke. After the speaking races,
where she had been staying with return home was via Bend and Rhodes, as both Ilrs. Carey and
Apron Sale
games and other stunts were
her husband for two or three the Deschutes country to the McClellan have left for new lo
pulled off until it was time to go
Don’ t forget the apron sale at
Dalles and thence to Portland cations in Washington, the for­
weeks.
home.
the M. E. church Friday evening
and Estacada. The country in mer to Hoquiam, and tie1 latter
Mrs. D. E. Eshlcman took her the Rogue valley was beautiful
September 1. 8 p. m. Program
to Vancouver.
The Cucumber Derby
little
son David to Portland last and the fruit crop immense, but
and refreshments.
Friday to attend the circus. there will be an enormous loss
P. M. Wagner is another com­
NOTICE
They
were accompanied by Mr. owing to the railroad strike. The
Library
Opens
petitor for the largest cucumber.
The Estacada schools will open
Eshleman’ s mother, from Salem, Deschutes country has good crops
He reports one in his garden 15
The Estacada public library
on September llth.
Owing to
inches long and 11 inches in cir­ opens tomorrow after b e i n g who had bepn here visiting.
hut it is all dry farming and
the
fact
that
the
records
for the
cumference, and still groing closed a month. If you are not
Blankets! Blankets! Blankets! most of the men were away
past few years ere sadly mixed
strong.
already a member of the asso-1 woolknap, all wool, part wool with their stock on the ranges.
up all fpupils are requested to
dation, enroll your name at once and all cotton, army blankets, The trip proved a most enjoya­
Major W. H. Heylman and
i bring their report cards to school
and help a worthy institution as single blankets, double blankets, ble one, and covered 945 miles.
| wife arrived from Spokane late
the day they r< gister.
In case
well as benefitting yourself. It ¡crib blankets and bathrobe blan-
'Sunday night, bringing with
the
report
cards
are
brought
in,
only costs $1 a year to join and kets, every kind and all kinds at
Goes to C on feren ce
| them the major’s mother, Mrs.
it will be possible to straighten
see the enjoyment you receive Rose’s.
j The Rev. and Mrs. A. F. Lacy
! W. A.
Heylman.
They re­
out at least a large majority of
by the good reading. Over fifty
The local order of Rebekahs leave the beginning of the week
turned late Monday afternoon
the records and thus issue what­
new books are on thé shelves \ visited the Sandy lodge, thirty-j for Salem, where the state eon-
; to Spokane.
ever credits have been earned by
for your perusal and fifty more
seven strong, on last Thursday ference of the M. E. Church will
See Mrs. J. E. Gates for piano from the State Traveling Library night. The drill team from this convene and last over the follow- pupils in the past.
K arl E. E inarson , Supt.
instruction. Prices reasonable at Salem, are expected in a few lodge put on the work over there : ing Sunday. A unanimous re­
I. O. 0 . F. building.
5-4tf davs.
Attention
Nina B. Ecker,
in a very creditable manner, quest of his congregation was
Librarian.
The visitors report a very enjoy- made for the return of Mr. Lacy,
I am now prepared to do all
There will he preaching at Gar-
able time. At the next meeting in which the people generally field, Sunday evening at 8 o’ clock
kinds of watch, clock and jewelry
Headquarters for fresh vegeta­ of the Rebekahs, the children of concur, whether Methodists or instead of in the afternorm,
repairing.—A. N. Johnson.
tf
bles and canning fruits. McKen­ the members are to be enter-; not. If he should be transfer-
A. F. L acy , Pastor.
ney.
tained, an annual custom o f the ¡red he will be back anyway for
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Estacada lodge.
I another Sunday.
1 We do Job Printing.
the E astern C lackamas N ews .
Read the Ads in the N ews .
j
Mr. and Mrs. V. A. Weir and
’ son Richard and Mr. and Mrs.
Peter Erickson went on an auto
T~\R. CHRLES K. CAREY
■‘"''P H Y SIC IA N a n d s u r g e o n .
trip over the Columbia Highway
Estacada. Oregon.
last Friday, returning home on
Phone for OFFICE APPOINTMENT
Saturday.
T ^ R . G. I.. McLELLAN
A Sunday school convention
^ P H Y S I C I A N a n d s u r g e o n . was held last Sunday at Colton.
A delegation from Springwater
Phone for
OFFICE APPOINTMENT
attended and reported about 200
Estacada, Oregon.
present.
R. W. W. RHODES
Mrs. J. Shibley, Miss Elva
O STEO P ATH IC
bhibley,
Mrs. E. Dibble and
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
daughter
Evelyn
visited Monday
Office in Lichthorn Bldg., Estacada,
with Mrs. Moger.
C. E. OWEN
Mrs. George Perry was a Port­
DENTIST
land visitor on Saturday. Mr.
Oregon. Perry returned with her on Sun­
Estacada,
day.
—'
T-YR.^G WALLENS
Mrs.
Frank
Benham
and chil­
SURGEON DENTIST
For over 20 years at Springwater, Ore. dren of Portland, who have been
visiting her sister Mrs. G. Perry,
A L B E R T T. ELOTT
returned
to her home Sunday
atto r n ey at law
evening,
RESIDENT LAWYER
ESTACADA.
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-
OREGON
The wedding bells will soon be
ringing in Springwater.
W M T g . D U NLAP
The Endeavor society will meet
attorney at law
A t Estacada, in the office of Woodle Friday evening with Mr. and
Realty Co., on Saturdays—Portland o f­
Mrs. I. N. Hull.
fice 1524 Yeon Building.
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