Image provided by: Portland General Electric; Portland, OR.
About Eastern Clackamas news. (Estacada, Or.) 1916-1928 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 26, 1922)
EASTERN CLACKAMAS NEWS, THURSDAY OCT. 26. 1922.
THE FRENCH GHATTEAU
Mr. and Mrs. C. T. White-
Mrs. Ida Ilinman and son
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Davis of
A HALLOWE’EN STORY
spent the week-end head’s little baby aged one year, Charlie left Portland, Sunday
One Hallowe'en a group of people with the VV. E. Meyers family. was severely burned last week evening for the home of Mrs.
was gathered around a fireplace, dis
cussing spooks and witches as appro While working: for the P. R. and is still in a serious condition. Hinman’s parents at Madison,
priate to the occasion. A gentlem an L. & P. Co., Mr. Swerver had Dr. Adix is attending.
Wisconsin. They expect to be
present, who had traveled extensively
and had some rem arkable experiences, the misfortune to fall and hurt Mr. and Mrs. George Forman
on being appealed to. related the fol himself quite badly. He is now were Portland visitors Saturday.
Miss Hazel Lankin left on
lowing sto ry :
Sunday for her new school in
I was visiting a friend, a French in a Portland hospital.
m arquis, at his chateau situated about
fifty miles northeast of Paris. It was Mr. and Mrs. Fred Horner and Rose Wilson of Portland, were1 in eastern Oregon, where she is
an old building hut had been modern family and Rosa B. TenEyck visitors at the McCracken home engaged to teach. We wish her
ized and was set in the midst of a
large park. On my arrival, I was made a trip to Oregon City on Sunday evening.
taken to a room which opened into Saturday.
There will be a Hallowe’en
Mrs. Bessie Wilson came up social
another, hut the doors between them
at the Viola church on Fri
were locked. The furniture was an M. Pedersen is spending a few from the Kerry Loging Co.
tique. belonging to the period of Louis days
October 27. There
camp to visit her father, Mr. will be pumpkin
XIV, however the room looked very
pie and sweet
comfortable. Shortly before midnight, The W. T. Kaake family and McCracken.
when it was time to retire, my host
accompanied me to see if everything Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Jubb mo There will be a Hollowe’en like your mother used to make.
was satisfactory, and wished me good tored to Oregon City on Sunday party at the ball.
night. I did not go to bed right away,
as I had some correspondence which afternoon.
Ed. and Mart Grifin and Mel Come out and ' enjoy a pleasant
I wished to review. It must have been Jack Watson from Viola visit burn Whitehead are in the moun evening. To be given by Miss
three quarters of an hour later, when
Miller and her scholars.
1 heard a commotion in the adjoining ed at the John Keller home on tains hunting.
Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Jubb
room. I was m uchs surprised as I Sunday.
thought it was unoccupied. There
the proud parents of a baby
seemed to be a party of men in it, evi Jack Marrs, from Oregon City, Chevrolet Motor Co. To Increase
girl, born Saturday morning,
dently engaged in cards, and gamb
ling. I could hear the rattle of coins spent Friday with his brother J.
Daily Output to 2,000 Cars
flung on a table, and the m urm ur of W. Marrs and family.
voices. A queer feeling came over
Not less than 2,000 cars pet- Wm. Hicinbothem who was in
me, when I found I could not move. Mrs. Jochimsen and children day will be produced within six jured four weeks ago at Ryan’s
The sounds grew louder as if a heated visited at the W. E. Myers home
dispute was in progress. Oaths were
months by the Chevrolet Motor mill at Stevenson, Washington,
uttered, chairs overturned and then on Sunday.
Company, according to Wm. S. is improving slowly. His right
canto the clash of swords.
- The doors suddenly opened and 1 Oregon Woman in Smyrna Knudsen, vice-president in charge leg was broken at the knee when
could see into the room. Some half
a scaffold fell with him. He also
dozen young men were in it, with
consternation expressed on their Dr. Esther Lovejoy writes:
received other bruises. When
faces. There was great disorder, ‘‘Never was a group of babies tively needed,” said Mr. Knud the cast is taken off the doctor
cards strew n over the floor, and one brought into the world under
man in his shirt sleeves holding a
sen, ‘‘in order to meet the in will be able to tell if his leg will
draw n rapier, was standing over stranger or sadder surroundings. creasing demands for Chevrolet all right again. The break was
another, from whose left breast a
a very bad one.
stream of blood was gushing. Then I have just returned to Constan cars.
the lights went out ¡is the clock struck tinople from a week in the infer ‘‘We have secured at Buffalo,
Mr. Elmer Lankin .and son El-
one, and I was released from my re no of Smyrna. I worked hard
straint. I got u a and tried the doors,
j acres of land about den have rented Ed. Miller’s
but found tliem locked. I rubbed my day and night directing the birth four miles from the center of the farm.
eyes to see if I had been dreaming,
but I never felt more awake. So I of hundreds of infants. Many city. On it we will erect 400,000 Mrs. Collard had twenty one
decided to go to bed, which I forth were born on the planks of the
with did, and slept soundly, till 1 was wharf, the laboring mothers be square feet floor space for Chev teeth extracted recently and has
awakened by the servant bringing me
rolet production, and the Fisher had a bad time since, having
my morning coffee and rolls.
Body Corporation will erect 200,- taken coid.
About and hour later, my host ap
peared and Inquired how I had slept? stricken crowd only by a thin 000 square feet on the same plot
On last Saturday morning Mr.
I replied very well, but that I had had white line ot American sailors.
a very peculiar dream or experience. One baby was born while its for the production of Fisher and Mrs. Gilgan, Mr. and Mi's.
I then told hint what had occurred,
bodies for Chevrolet. Chevrolet
lie seemed very much distressed and young mother was standing in will employ about 2,000 men and Hicinbothem and Mrs. F red
began to apologize, saying: "I ought line unwilling to give up her
not to have put you in this room es
Fisher about 1.800. The pay Brown, all of Estacada, passed
pecially last night. But all other bed place even for the birth of her rolls will total about $23,000 through here oq their wav to the
rooms, except those in the servants’ first child.”
I. O. O. F. and Rebecca county
quarters, were occupied. Besides I
at Canby. They re
forgot what day it was. Any other
night you would have seen nothing. been dispatched by Near EaM ‘‘At Cincinnati, 16 acres have turned through here at 1:30
been acquired in the suburbs of
Last night, happened to he the anni
versary of the tragic event you saw. Relief, for a population greater Norwood, about five and one- o’clock Sunday morning- feeling
At other times noises are said to be than Oregon’s is homeless.”
half miles from the Cincinnati that they had the best time ever.
heard and the room has what the
Scotch call an uncanny reputation, Contributions which are most City hall. Here Chevrolet will
but if a person was ignorant of the urgently needed should be sent
have 200,000 square feet of floor
fact, he would probably be undis
Mr. and Mrs. Jake Muller and
to Near East Relief, 613 Stock space and Fisher 150,000.
"The victim was the elder brother Exchange Building, Portland.
of Portland visited the
‘‘Chevrolet will employ about
of my great, great grandfather and
sister, Mrs. Peter Ruhl,
heir to the title and estate. The man
who killed him, was his particular The Rev. A. S. Hisey filled the 1,200 men and Fisher 900 in the last Sunday.
friend, but they had quarelled first pulpit at the Methodist church production of about 300 cars per
over a woman, and then at cards, both
Mathews, wife and
having drunk deeply. The affair was Sunday morning in exchange' day, with a daily payroll of son Charles
hushed up. but his slayer had to flee with Rev. H. W. Mort, who
the country and rem ain away for preached at Gresham.
at their farm
these new plants, 800 per day, at Bissell,
"The latter's death was curious. He
came over on the anniversary of the Last call for bargain rates on plus present facilities of 1,300 Little Henry Rath is confined
duel, why it was not known, for my the Oregonian and Telegram.
per day, will provide a grand to his home with a bad cold.
great grandfather, who had succeeded
to the estate, was away, and the place
left in charge of a few servants. He subjected you to this most disagree total production of about 2,100 Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Horger of
Chevrolets per dav as soon as
asked to be allowed to go in. The able experience."
servant who admitted him, declared "I begged him n o t'to be distressed these new plants are on a basis Port!; n I spent the week er d
with the latter’s mother, Mrs.
afterw ards, that he acted very toe i wm rather glad to have had
strangely. He went straight up to it. as it would make an Interesting of full operation. ”
this room, and opening the door story to tell my friends."
looked into the one where he had “Did they ever try to lay the I am now prepared to do all Otto Paulsen motored to Port
killed his friend. As he did so. he ghosts?” asked one of his listeners.
started back exclaiming. Mon Dieu. He replied, "I believe that some a t kinds of watch, clock and jewelry land last Sunday.
e'est liui and fell back unconscious, j tem pt was made, but it did not have repairing. A. N. Johnson.
tf Louis Weisenfluh was Trans-,
He never came to. but lingered till the I any effect. But during the late war a
acting business in Portland, last
next morning, when be died, at the German plane dropped a bomb on the
very hour his friend had expired, j chateau and the wing in which this See Mrs. J. E. Gates for piano Saturday.
Since then, at each anniversary, the room was situated was destroyed. I
scene has been re-enacted. Please ac have not heard whether this proved instruction. Prices reasonable. Subscribe for your Pome paper
5-4tf the E astern C lackamas N ews .
cept a thousand apologies Tor having efficacious or not.”
U. 11 . G. I. O. O. F. building.