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Devoted to the Interests ot Eastern Clackamas County
VOLUME XIX NO.
SN YD ER MILL TO R ES U M E O P
E R A T IO N S TODAY— SOME
N E W E Q U IP M E N T
SE A SO N
Mil! Has a C apacity of 15,000 Feet
a D ay— Employed on D im en
sion Stuff at S ta r t,
II. B. Snyder of Estacada was a
Portland visitor Monday. While in
the Rose City he made arrangem ents
to replace some of the m achinery
and add more at his sawmill, which
is located eight and a half miles
east of E stacada, in a community
known as the Dodge district. The
mill sta rted operations this morning
on dimension stuff, and it is the in
tention of Mr. Snyder to run the mill
indefinitely. The mill has a capac
ity of 15,000 fee t a day and a t pres
ent employs nine men. Dodge fir is
being sawed. At a la ter date a de
tailed rep o rt concerning this en ter
prise will be given in the News. Lack
of space and tim e prevents a more
complete w rite-up this week.
L O C A L N EW S
Last week, S aturday, Garfield J u
venile G range held its reg u lar meet
ing with 24 present. S tate Master
and Mrs. P alm itier were guests and
were initiated into the Juvenile
The program given by Mrs. Wal
te r L. Johnson of Idaho was well a t
tended last Tuesday night.
Mrs. R. E. Davis, Loray and
Glenn of P ortland were Garfield vis
P. M. W agner was a P ortland vis
itor last week.
Mr. and Mrs. M. G. W eatherby
were in P ortland on business Tues
F riday night Garfield Juvenile
Grange entertain ed with a m asquer
ade party, with 86 present. Much
m irth was caused as the masked
guests arrived. Games were played
and doughnuts and cider were serv
Mrs. Ida P alm ateer was a recent
visitor a t her sister’s home in Lents.
Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Davis, W. K
Carlin and Minnie Eash were O re
gon City and P ortland visitors last
Mrs. L. W. Fox entertain ed the
Ship-a-W eek club Tuesday a fte r
noon. The club has commenced
work on a quilt and the aftern o o r
was spent sewing.
Frank Taylor was a Portland vis
itor over the week-end la st week.
J. B. Robertson, who had the mis
fortune to cut his hand while split
ting wood recently, is g ettin g along
Mr. and Mrs. Van H auten are
leaving this week fo r California
They have been living on the Car
penter place, which th ey traded for
Club to R'eet
r IR ST CO N C ER T O F C H O R A L SO COMMUNITY CLUB W IL L M EET
C IE T Y PR O N O U N C E D A
TOM ORROW N4GHT AT T H E
SU CC ESS
A UD IT O R IU M
SO CIET Y
O R G AN IZED
O F F IC E R S
W IL L
J i v i d H orner D irected the Singing.
Splendid Solo Renditions Called
fo r Encores.
The first appearance of the Esta-
;ada Choral society was most suc
cessful. The first program presented
jy the newly organized society was
riven Friday evening before rath e r
i small but enthusiastic audienee.
U nder the able direction of David
H orner some splendid chorus work
The solos rendered by Messrs. F.
and N. H orner and Theodore Ahl
berg, the Misses K irshner and Dillan
were also beautifully given, and each
-■ailed for an encore.
The accompanyyients for the sev
eral num bers were played by Mes-
James C. A. Dykeman and F. and H.
The program opened with a few
.em arks from H. C. Stephens and the
audience sang “ A m erica.” Mr. Beck
o t Dodge also gave several readings
lu rin g the evening, which were most
.horoughly enjoyed by all present.
A. G. Ames, president of the Oom-
.nunity club, has called a meeting for
tomorrow night, a 7 :30, in the audi
torium of the high school. This will
be the first m eeting of the club for
;ome tim e, and business of greatest
importance will be transacted. Elec
tion of officers is scheduled to come
before the meeting. A t present the
club is w ithout the services of a sec
retary, due to the resignation of Miss
L. C. Howe some time ago. Many
m atters requiring the atten tio n of
the club will be open fo r discussion,
ncluding the overlapping road dis
trict. In fu tu re the club will meet
?very Friday evening.
Meeting of the W in te r S e a
son— L arge A tte n d a n c e Is
U rg en tly R equested.
The Keystone Grange Exchange in
Pennsylvania is one of the most suc-
sessful business projects which the
grange organization of the country
carries on. Large quantities of farm
•nd household supplies are distribut
'd every year at a distinct price sav-
ng over regular retail costs.
O ctober 31st is Hallowe’en.
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Smith were
P ortland business visitors Tuesday.
F O O T B A L L SA TU RDA Y.
Mrs. C. F. Howe was in Portland
The local high school football team
and Gresham on Friday.
will play the Gresham high school
The marvels of modern automotive
Mrs. Jak e Moss was shopping in
ooys on the la tte r field S aturday a f t precision and production methods are
ernoon. The E stacada team is con depicted in a series of 42 enlarged
Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Johnson were
fident of tvinning the contest, and ohotographs now being shown to the
urday betw een the U niversity of Or
Portland visitors Saturday.
rill put up a b attle th a t will be hard luhlie at the salesrooms of all Anier-
Mrs. H. C. Gohring was shopping egon and U niversity of California.
.o r the Gresham team to overcome. can and Canadian Chevrolet dealers.
Mr. and Mrs. O. L. S tranghan anc
in Portland on Monday.
Many rooters will be on hand from
The photographic series covers the
Mr, and Mrs. Dave D eford spent son, Junior, of Pendleton have beer îere to encourage the boys from E s
same interesting operations in the
the week-end a t Oak Grove.
m anufacture of Chevrolet cars which
W. A. Heylman, local attorney, S tranghan’s parents, Mr. and Mrs.
would be shrAvn a visitor at the fac-
was a Portland business visitor Tues
Mr. and Mrs. Harold W ooster and he tim e and see it grow.
One of the most spectacular pictures
Miss Maud Sturgeon had a most
Mr. Risney, proprietor of Log son, H arry, and Mr, and Mrs. Poole
Cabin park a t Eagle Creek falls, was of Camp No. 8, and Mrs. Raymond pleasant day Sunday, when she had ¡hows a huge drop forge hammer
Lovelace were dinner guests of Mr is her guests five persons who had weighing 140,000 pounds. Hammers of
an E stacada visitors Friday.
Niels Christiansen of route 2, Es and Mrs. S. E. W ooster Sunday eve graduated with her from O.A.C. in his type are used to make the Chev-
he same class.
H er guests were olet crankshaft. The falling weight
tacada, was a business visitor in ning.
Remember the m asquerade dance Miss P earl Allen of Amity, Mrs. A. s a three-ton block of steel which is
Mrs. Elizabeth Allen w ent to P ort at the Park pavilion Saturday eve I. Stimpson, Mr. and Mrs. Edgai lifted by steam. It is so responsive to
land Monday afternoon to visit her ning, October 31st, under auspices Tulley, Mrs. Edith Zurcher and A. J. he touch of the skilled operators that
of A merican Legion auxiliary. San Stimpson, all of P ortland, the la t they are able to place a watch on the
sister fo r a few days.
orchestra will furnish music. Tic te r one having been the librarian bottom die block and strike It with the
George Hall, the Oregon Life In
it the college when she attended. hammer so delicately that the "crystal
surance man of Oregon City, was kets 31. Ladies free.
had not seen Miss Allen for 20 remains unbroken. Each hammer will
over this way one day last week.
Mr. and Mrs. George A rm strong Ahlberg entertain ed on Thursday af /ears, so needless to say it was a forge 880 crankshafts .during a 10-
were down from Camp No. 8 over ternoon at a farew ell p arty fo r Mrs most happy reunion fo r all present. hour day.
Dan Allen, who le ft the next da>
Other striking features of the ex
Radio fans were given a tre a t by
Mrs. W. W. Smith and Mrs. W. W. fo r her home a t Susanville, Cal. She •adio KGW of P ortland Monday eve- hibit are pictures of a m onster ma
Rhodes were in Portland on W ednes has been visiting her parents, Mr ling when it broadcasted a concert chine which uses 300,000 amperes of
and Mrs. R. H. Currin, fo r severa1 if old-time dance music by the W alk electricity, to weld the Chevrolet one-
er B rothers' orchestra of Forest piece banjo-type rear axle housing; a
Mr. and Mrs. Jam es Smith of Oak
The new highway between Esta Grove. Such old-time tunes as “T u r machine which drills 32 holes sim ul
Grove visited relatives and friends
cada and Clackamas is nearly com key in the S traw ,” “ V irginia Reel.” taneously in the bottom of the Chev
in this neighborhood on Sunday.
The Girl I L eft Behind me,” and rolet cylinder block; a rotary milling
E rnest Ripming came out from pleted with a hard surface. Aboul
P ortland S aturday evening fo r a a mile of the old road has not beer num erous old favorites of Civil war machine which finishes at one opera
touched yet, b u t by next spring peo days were rendered. The W alkers tion the lower sides of six cylinder
short visit with his m other.
Mrs. Julius K rieger and little ple of this com munity will be as are pioneers of Oregon, personally blocks, and a 62-ton press which forms
daughter, W anda, spent S aturday in sured of a hard surface road to P ort known by many people in eastern a Chevrolet fender at one stroke.
land and Oregon City.
The individual grinding of valves,
Milton G. W eatherby of the Gar
A ju ry in the Marion county cir- the delicate balancing of pistons so
Mr. and Mrs. Fred H orner and
children of Dodge visited friends in field district was an E stacada visitoi ■uit court at 4 o’clock Monday a f t that every piston in each motor
Tuesday. Mr. W eatherby will leav< ernoon retu rn ed a verdict of first de weighs the same and many interesting
Mrs. P eter Erickson was a passen in a few weeks for San Diego, Cal. cree m urder against Jam es Willos j micrometric inspections also are illus
ger on the train from P ortland on to spend the w inter and look aftei in d Ellsworth Kelly, convicts, who j trated in the rem arkable exhibit.
business m atters.
rave been on tria l a t Salem for ten |
H. R. F anton and fam ily remover lays, charged with the m urder of j N. E. Stingley of Eagle Creek was
Mrs. W alter Forbes of Linneman
spent Monday with her sister, Mrs. Tuesday of this week from the ol< Tohn Sweeney, guard, during a break an Estacada visitor W ednesday.
home on the hill to the DuBois place a t the Oregon sta te pen iten tiary on
T E A C H E R S H A V E O U TIN G.
Guests at the Dr. Rhodes home for across the Clackamas riv er south August 12. The penalty u nder the
The teachers of Estacada had a
Tom M urray,
a few days are his brother and wife, west of E stacada. Mr. F anton hat .erd ict is hanging.
Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Rhodes, of P ort the reputation of being one of thr another convict, was found guilty on delightful excursion last Sunday
best carpenters in Clackamas county the same charge two weeks ago, and when they enjoyed a trip into the
A stock special of 25 cars arrived was sentenced to hang in November. wilds of upper Clackamas river.
Charles Ray, aged 74 years, foun
Mr. Robley of the P.E.P. com
der of the g rea t cheese industry in in P ortland Tuesday from the east
pany, who is w orking in co-opera
the Tillamook district, died Monday The shipm ent includes some of thr
Aberdeen-Angus will be represented tion with Mr. C arter of the forest
finest pure bred beef and dairy cat
of this week.
it the Psciflc International this year. service, kindly furnished a guide and
P. M. W aggoner of the Garfield
October 31-November 7, by the biggest
district, tog eth er with his brother, scores of d ra ft and high-spirited show luality lot of Angus ever seen on the tran sp o rtatio n fo r the party.
teachers expressed th eir most hearty
who lives on the lower Oregon coast,
the Pacific Intern atio n al Live Stocl Pacific slope and perhaps up to this appreciation fo r the consideration
were E stacada visitors Tuesday.
ime, nearly any place In the country and courtesy extended to them b y
Mr. and Mrs. W alter Paulsen and »how in the n ear fu tu re.
The famous H arrison herd from these men in assisting to p ut the trip
two daughters of P ortland spent
Woodland, Californina, which is madf over. The trip itself consisted of a
Sunday with Mrs. Paulsen's parents. of weeks fell in this and surround
ip of the champions of all of the big visit to the intake camp and pow er
My. and Mrs. F. J. H arkenridar.
hows and the leading animals of big house and the forest rangers' s ta
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Morrow vis needed fo r some time. The woods
herds throughout the country, which tion, not to mention the beautiful
ited with th eir aunt and uncle. Mr.
Mr. Harrison has bought within the scenery in which this p a rt of the
and Mis. A. E. Sparks, over the this tim e of the year. A fire w arn
ast two years will be shown for the country is unexcelled. I t was both
first time here in the Northwest. en tertain in g and instructive, due to
William Stubbe was taken to P ort
Congdon & Battles are out consistent the size of the engineering p roject
land W ednesday and entered a hos j danger Is new over and we can set-
ly year after year and many of their and the procedure of protection o f
pital. He has been in poor health
cattle will be found in the best herds n atio n ’s forests.
i wet w eather.
fo r some tim e.
I f you w ant to build up your com in America. W herever they go they
The lunches fo r the party, which
Mr. and Mrs. R. H. C urrin and
always make the other fellow sit up were prepared by Mrs. G. E. Law
daughter, Mr*. Allen, drove over to i m unity and home, spend your money
and take notice. Beside* these, our rence and Mr*. J. W. Reed, served
Salem on F riday to visit fo r a few | there. Employ home labor, trade
good friend. J. A Scollard of Chehails, to m ake it even more enjoyable, due
days w ith Mr. C u rrin’* m other and
has a bunch of Angus of which he I* to th e ir excellence as the faculty will
very proud, the sire of which was testify . The trip was en tirely suc
Mr. and Mrs. William H annegar
grand champion at last year s show. cessful and a very unusual experi
and children of Multnomah visited and if you w ant the w ealth a t home,
There may be some other herd* before ence fo r most of them.
vritfc her parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. J. | employ labor at home. Merchandise
H arkcnrider. over S aturday and ! bought on the outside is a losa to the show opens up. A great deal of
Mrs and Mr*. G. V. Pontiou* of
the community. Build up your own Interest is being manifested In these
black cattle and everybody is waiting .Salem visited Miss A lta K ershner,
Dr. Rhodes, W allace Smith, Tom
erto n and Jack Hayden attended t« worship. Work ier L su c a d a »11 1 « se t them clash.
$1.50 PER YEAR
Eagle Creek Notes
Mrs. A. C. Cogswell and Mrs.
Mary Young were railing on Mrs. K.
B. Gibson last Tuesday afternoon.
The en tertain m en t given last
Wednesday evening at the Grange JlLL Y S H A W 'S A U T O M O B IL E IS
hall by Mrs. W alter L. Johnson of
BADLY DAMAGED BY G A S
Idaho, was quite well attended and
O LIN E FLAMES.
enjoyed by those present.
Me. and Mrs. Jam es Denning en
tertained at dinner on Sunday Mr. L EA K IN G G A S O LIN E T H E C AUSE
and Mrs. Will Douglass.
Will and W alter Douglass re tu rn
ed from th eir hunting trip last Wed O th e r News Items From Douglas
nesday, bringing with them a three-
Mill— Mill Has Family of
point buck, weighing about 160
pounds. Will Douglass got him on
Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Gibson, Will
One day last week a Ford truck,
Palm ateer, H. S. Gibson and Mrs. belonging to Billy Shaw, caught fire
McKay were visiting at the home and considerable damage was done
of R. B. Gibson last Friday.
before the (lames were extinguished.
William Asp purchased a second The fire is thought to have been ig
hand Dodge, car the other day.
nited by gasoline slushing from the
Eagle Creek Grange met S atu r tank down onto the hot exhaust
day at the G range hall, about 25 pipe.
being present, including visitors, who
Ed Douglas and family drove out
were Mrs. Minnie E. Bond of E u to Molalla Sunday to visit relatives.
gene, state treasu rer, and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Boyce of
W eatherby of Garfield.
Wasco moved into the mill Sunday.
Mrs. Bond gave an interesting talk Mrs. Boyce is a d au ghter of Mr. and
at the G range meeting S atu ru iy .
Mrs. Lee Shaw, who reside at the
The G range is to give a Hallo mill.
we'en party on Friday evening, Oc
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph De Shazer
tober 30. Everyone attending must drove to P leasant H o n e Friday and
dress as children. Refreshm ents will Sunday evenings to see old friends,
Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Shaw, form erly
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Woodle and of Dover. Mr. Shaw has suffered a
Mr. and Mrs. Claude Woodle and stroke of paralysis and is in a criti
children were guests a t the home of cal condition.
Ray Woodle Sunday.
There a : a num ber of woodcut
Mrs. Will Douglass le ft on Mon- I ters a t the low er mill. Mr. Marshall
day for Stevenson, Wash., where she of P ortland is having the wood cut.
will visit for a few days with her
Smith F alds spent Friday a fte r
parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Swee noon and I'aturdr.y in camp visiting
friends prl r to his d eparture for his
Dick Gibson butchered four hogs Dayton home.
Mr. and Mrs. George Smith su r
Oregon Agricultural College. Cor
prised her folks Sunday about 2 vallis.—Though Californians will get
o’clock A.M. when they w ere arous the first opportunity to seo Schissler's
ed out of a sound sleep. They mo- ' rejuvenated Aggies in a coast confer
tored up from Toledo S aturday eve ence game this week, Oregon fans are
ning, leaving a fte r w orking hours, showing increased interest in the sec
stopping at B arton a t the dance fo r | ond coast struggle, tliut with Montana
awhile, then coming on home.
Mr. here October 31.
and Mrs. Paddison were pleased to
Besides being the homecoming
game, unusually attractive to former
GRANGE PUTS LIMIT ON PLAN students, it is looked forward to us the
The S tate Grange, Wednesday, at first chance to see Schissler’s "dark
Salem, filed with the secretary of horsemen" in fast company this year.
state notice of its abandonm ent of Gonznga was considered fast hut was
the original petition, filed by th a t . defeatcit so decisively that fans arc
organization, providing fo r a consti- I now speculating on what will he done
tutional am endm ent, covering the i against the Grizzlies who scored 13
development of hydro-electric power points against Washington.
projects by the state, and filed a new j Schissler has developed two back-
petition, in which the indebtedness 1 fieIds, one heavy and tlie other light,
to be incurred by the sta te in ca r which ho considers equally strong;
rying out the term s of the amend- i hut adapted, to somewhat different
m ent would he limited to 4 per cent 1 styles of play. These will both be
of the s ta te ’s assessed valuation. The i seen in action ut homecoming.
original am endm ent made no lim its
E. II. Gonseroski of Sheridan was
tion of expenditures.
a visitor, Monday evening, at the Mr.
B. F. F o rrester of Boring was an end Mis. Carl Howell home. Mr.
Gonseroski was hero on business.
Estacada visitor Wednesday.
Our Grocery Prices
WOOL SOAP, Regular 3 for 25c, now.
MAPLEVALE SYRTJP; a scientific blend of cane
and maple. 10 pounds, $ 1 .3 5 ; 5 pounds, 70c;
2 1-2 pounds
PREFERRED STOCK ORANGE PEKOE TEA,
SUNBRITE CLEANSER ..................................
MATCHES, 6 boxes for ....................................... 25c
HOTEL BENSON COFFEE; there is none better;
Fruit and V egetables alw ays in season
GROCERIES, DRY GOODS