Eastern Clackamas news. (Estacada, Or.) 1916-1928, March 25, 1926, Image 1

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    Devoted to the Interests ot Eastern Clackamas County
No.
EASTERN
County Cow* Lead
Choral Society Concert
State In Production
Attracts Good Audience
CLACKAMAS NEWS
THURSDAY, MARCH 25 __ ¡¿j
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Shall We Awaken?
duction are being mae by cows un­
der test in the Clackamas cow test­
^ HIS newspaper is of the firm and decided opinion that com­
ing association.
The association
bined effort on the part of the citizens is necessary and would
result in putting the city of Estacada prominently on tne map. And
tester’s report for the month of
Fobruary reveals some interesting
combined ettort and the right spirit- need be the only expenses
figures. In fact, it was a Clack­
attached to bringing about this condition. The location of the
amas county herd of Jerseys which
city is one of the most picturesque within the easy reach of Port­
led all associations of the state in
land, tne metropolis of Oregon, and whose many residents are
butter fat production per cow.
seeking out pmces in which to enjoy thir idle time in pleasant
This was the herd of Mr. and Mrs.
drives and places from tne hurly-burly of city life on Sundays and
\V. F. Fischer of Sandy. One cow
holidays. With a good paved highway connecting the two points
in this herd made 90 pounds of
it is but natural to suppose that many people could be induced
butter fat from 1551 pounds of
to visit this city, whose coming would prove of much benefit to
milk. This is a pure bred Jersey
our residents, i f we might bestir ourselves to put everything in
four years of age. Mr, Fischer’s
good shape, clean up the streets, beautify our homes, keep the
herd of eight cows averaged 50.4
recreation park in proper shape and ill general exhibit pride in
pounds of butter fat per cow.
our civic dress, we doubt not the numbers of visitors each season
would reach such proportions as would prove a surprise to the
The pure bred Guernsey herd of
most pessimistic.
J . A. and T. J. Richey of Boring
was the second high pure bred
People who drive out from the city for their own pleasure or to
herd of the association for butter
show' their visitors about the country much prefer to take them
.a t production. There were 17 cows
to points where their pride is not offended, and such points as dis­
under test.
play enterprise enough to keep their town presentable are more
likely to be shown to visiting strangers. Proper hotel facilities
J . Luscher and Sons of Multno­
mah county had the third place herd
being provided, a general disposition on the part of all to please
for butter fat production and the
and make visitois welcome and glad to come again, will repay luO
highest average for milk production.
per cent for ad effort and little expense we might be put to. The
This is a herd of 29 pure bred Hol-
tourist season is aproaching, thousands of strangers from all parts
steins.
of the United States will visit the Pacific Northwest in the next
few months, and we believe that there are enough energetic
Compared with the other associ­
and wide-awake citizens in Estacada realize this fact and the
ations of the state, the report re-
need to co-operate to so put the city in order that we shali wel­
velas that the Clackamas associa­
come many of them, and thus spread our fame abroad. We think
tion had more cows giving 40 or
it well worth while to take this matter up among ourselves and get
more pounds of butter fat than
action without further delay.
any other association. The local as­
sociation had the largest number of
cows under test, had the second
N. O. W. CARD PARTY
P.-T. A. MEETING
highest average of milk production
per cow and the second highest av-
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erage of fat production.
The local lodge of Neighbors of
A
meeting
of
the
Parent-
The three high grade herds of the Woodcraft held a card party at the Teachers’ association will be held
Clackamas association belong to A. Masonic hall on last Thursday even- at the high school auditorium at
M. Livingstone, G. H. Watts and | ing.
There was an exceptionally 3:00 o’clock on Tuesday afternoon
Martin Rostvold of the Monitor dis- large attendance, being fourteen March 30.
trict. One of Mr. Livingstones cows tables of cards in play.
The subject all over the state for
a grade Jersey,
produces 60.5
Mrs. A. E. Sparks and Mrs,
Ray- March is “Health,” and this will be
pounds of butter fat, according to mond Lovelace were winners of priz- carried out jn the local P -T A
the February report,
e . for high scores and Mrs F C.
Miss Spring, Clackamas ' county
Other reports have to do with the Bartholomew and Mrs. W. F. Cary nurse wm
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detection of the tester of faulty received prizes for low score
child for School” and it is also ex­
separators which are either adjusted
A lunch consisting of sandwiches, pectcd that Dr Moore or a repre-
or replaced, the changing of rations pickles, coffee and cake, which had SL.ntative sent b him’ from port_
to reduce the costs as well as in- been prepared by a committee com- iand_ wU,
Qn UJf
crease production.
Reports also P°8ed oi men from 1116 order, was
show that several members are ar- served in the banquet hall, and was
c , v ' " r P “f 1* 1’
of
ranging to plant or increase their heartily enjoyed by all,
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acreage of alfalfa this year.
In The hall was beautifully decorated 3 1 > oothbrush,_ is a so to be giv-
several herds boarder cows have n spring time flowers and greens
here will be violin and piano
been located through the test and and made a pretty setting indeed, se ecUons’
have been sold. In nearly every £or fke party.
CARVER-BARTON ROAD CLOSED
case where the unprofitable cows
Those who cared to dance en-
are located by this accurate testing joyed that pleasure during the lat-
The Carver-Barton road will be
MARKET ROAD PROGRESSES
method, it is some cow which the ter
Part of the evening. Fred
closed to all traffic for the next
owner had declared to be among the Marchal furnished the music for the
The County Court is rushing the
two months on account of the con­
oid time dances.
work on that potion of the Market better ones. Frequently the elim­
struction of the Deep Creek bridge,
road between Carver and Estacada, ination of one such cow from the
near Barton. Detour by Boring or
SURPRISE PARTY
Many of the sharp curves are be­ herd will pay a large share of the
Logan.
ing cut out and the highway is expense of membership in the as­
About twenty-seven friends of
By order of the County Court,
sociation.
There
are
at
present
ap­
being straightened in many places.
Mrs. Clara Boyer gave her a sur-
H. E. CROSS, Judge.
proximately
650
cows
in
the
associ-
All available machinery and labor
ation which operates" in CUcl^mM, p™ e party when they- called to spend
is being used that is possible to use
Multnomah and Northern Marion U“„ 'evf nin« on Tuesday, th , 16th.
EASTER BAZAAR
economically, and each day shows a
Cards were enjoyed during the
great improvement in the undertak­ counties. Mr. J . T, Richey of Bor­
Mr. and Mrs. Norman
The Ladies Aid Society of the
ing that was started last Septem­ ing, is president of association, and 8Venln8,
E. church will hold an Easter
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Bazaar
and chicken pie dinner at
Nearly all culverts are now in
lpace preparatory to completing the information regarding this associa- Hugh Jone# rece,ved consolation the I. O. O. F. Hall on Saturday
.
, , . March 27th, beginning at 5:00 o’­
road bed for the surfacing which tion may get into touch with the Prl* e*’ . . .
officers or the county agent at Or-
A lovely lunch consisting of frmt clock. A variety of aprons, hand­
will commence soon.
The scenic
salad’ 8andwiche8’ Plckll-’8< couee kerchiefs and domestic articles, be­
beauty in many places along this egon City. The O. A. C. extension and
cake wps served.
sides home-cooked food will be for
piece of the. highway which follows service, through the county agents
the Clackamas river, one of the of Multnomah and Clackamas coun­ U. of O. GLEE CLUBS WILL TOUR sale. Notice the posters in the win­
dows and bring the kiddies who will
most beautiful fishing streams in ties and the dairy specialist, was
U. of O., Eugene, March 24,— get their moneys worth in the fish
the state, is unsurpassed.
This largely instrumental in the organ­
(Special)— The two University glee pond.
thoroughfare will afford the country ization of this association •
clubs,
the orchestra and a staff of
in the vicinity of Estacada a con­
Mr. Fred Robley of Faraday is
venient route to Portland and Ore­ driving a fine new automobile which directors and managers, mak.ng a LOCAL AND PERSONAL ITEMS
gon City, the county seat of Clack­ he recently purchased in Portland party of more than 100 persons, will
Mrs. J . W. Moxley of Morrow
amas county, and make Estacada It is an Oldsmobile coach “De Luxe” leave Eugene on March 23 on the
Station was in town this Week dis­
easy of access to all visitors who and is indeed a classy type of car. second annual combined state tour.
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All of the concerts on the program tributing several lovely boquets of
will come to Oregon and who may
Mr. and Mrs. William Wallace will
given during the spring va- her choice daffodils. This is a cus­
wish to see our thriving city com Smitn are spending a few days in cation be period,
tom which she has carried out for
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the banks of the Clackamas river.
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Quite a number of Rebekahs from
This improvement is not a dream D
McColly Dale and llttle 8on tr“ director and James Leake, stu-
but will be a reality before July 4. , bert came UP from Gresham on dent business manager will hu-e the local lodge drove over to Clack­
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Saturday evening to visit over the charge of the party.
amas on Tuesday to attend the Dis­
John Amacher of Washington has week-end at the Wm. Dale home.? The first appearance will be at trict Convention which was being
been spending several days visiting ^ r- C. M. Dale is' now located at Salem on the night of March 23 held at that place. They report a
at the home ot his brother, Mr. Er- Heimiston, Oregon, but his lamiiy In Portland the concert will be giv- very interesting time.
en on March 24. The program for
nest Amacher and family.
Has not joined him there as yet.
Mrs. Pete Erickson of Spring wa­
Portland and Salem will include
ter went up to camp 8 on' Wednes­
“The Highwayman,” with which Ihe
day morning to visit at the home
clubs have made a big hit.
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PASSION W EEK SERVICES atM .E . CHURCH
of her son, Mr. Ray Erickson and
After the Portland concert, the .
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family,
Woman’s glee club will disband, and
DAY,
Sunday,
PALM SUNDAY, March 28tki
RESSURECTION
Mr. Bushnell who has been having
the men’s club and the orchestri
April 4<bi
Sunday school, 10:90 a,m.
start on separate tours. The men his studio in the I. O. O. F. Buiid-
Early Prayer meeting at the wdj app€ar at xhe Dalles, March 26, in* Has recently moved Into tho
Junior church service. 10:45 a.m.
Morning sermon, 11:00 a.m., sub­ church, 5:45 a.m. ”On the first at Bend March 27,
Gem Theater building which has
je c t: “Significance of the Trium­ day of the week, at early dawr,
The orchestra will play at Long- been rented by the band. The band
they came unto tha tomb bringing view, March 26, and at Astoria in now.
phal Entry.”
spices.”
Epworth League devotional meet­
th . high school under the auspices
Mr. and Mr«. E. 3. Werner and
Morning eervice, 10:30 a.m,
of the Elks club.
Mr ai)d Mri D B EgChjama-1 a ,ld
ing 6:10 p.m., subject: “Signifi­
Easter program by the Sunday
cance of Christ's Visit to the
son David visited at the Rod Wood-
school.
Temple.”
Don’t forget the Community Club ward home at Oregon City on Sun-
Baptismal service.
meeting, Friday evening, March 26. day.
TH E DAY O F FIN AL E V E N TS,
Message by th« pastor^
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Mi" Ruth Hewitt of Portland vie-
Mr and Mr*. C, O. Schlo**Ier of
Decision Day __ eervice.
Afternoon service at the Dover 'tid
Rer cousin, Mrs. Raymond Springwater are rejoicing over the
Sermon, 8:00 p.m., subject: “The
arrival of a nine pound baby boy
Last Supper, the Last Prayer, the church, 3:30 p.m. Epworth League Lovelace on Saturday night,
Last Kiss and the Last Healing,
devotional meeting, 7:00 p.m. Even-
Miss Susan Bowman was a guest on Friday the 19th, and has been
of her brother and wife, Mr. and named Walter Milton. Mother and
The Sacrament of the Lord's sup­ ing service, 8:00 p.m,
Musical program by the choir.
Mrs. Oliver Bowman of Garfield baby are doing nicely and are at the
per will be administered at the dose
Short talk by th t pastor,
. last week.
> Gerald Wilcox home m Enlaced*.
f t th# sermon.
The concert given by the Esta­
cada Choral society on Friday even­
ing at the Liberty Theater was in­
deed a treat to the local public due
to its fine rendition and type of
numbers chosen.
Under the able direction of Mr.
David Horner, of Dodge, the follow­
ing numbers were sung by the chor­
us: National Hymn, “To Thee, O
Country,” “ Bridal Chorus,” “Lulla­
by,” Brahms, “Olaf Trygvason,”
“The Dancers,’ ’ “Li’l Liza Jan e,”
“Glor'a,” Mozart, “Angel of Peace”
“ Wanderer's Night Song, by Ruben-
stein, as sung by Mrs. Fred Horner
and Mrs. Harry Kitching was most
pleasingly given and they were
called upon for an encore.
Miss Ruth Dillon sang “Hark, the
Robin’s Song,” delightfully, and al­
so responded with a second number.
The “War March of the Priests”
was played by Messrs. Ahlberg, Ba­
ker and H, Horner on the violins
and cello and proved very enter­
taining to their listeners.
An old time song, “A little Farm
Well Tilled” was revived again and
as given by Messrs. H. Horner, Ba­
ker and F. Horner “bronght down
the house” with laughter and they
were compelled to sing it a second
time much to the delight of the aud­
ience.
A quartette consisting of Mr. and
Mrs. F. Horner 4 Miss Ruth Dillon
and Harold Horner sang "A Regu­
lar Royal Queen” in a most “dram­
atic” manner. Their encore was a
“ Weeping Song” which also showed
more opportunity for dramatics.
Mrs, Harold Horner was the able
accompanist for the entire program
and showed splendid work on all
numbers.
Mrs. E. K. Scott gave sever nl
readings in a most finished manner
and was heartily encored. She re-
spondede very generously.
The Choral society is composed
of about thirty or forty local mu­
sicians and is putting in a great,
deal of time and effort in making
this chorug a truly big asset to the
town and should receive the sup­
port of the entire community. This
program was delightful and wc ere
-ail looking forward eagerly to the
next appearance of the society
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ECHOES FROM THREE LINKS
SPRING W AITER
Spring has surely come and the
The. Pageant put
by the young
proofs are numerous around Three peop.e under the direction of Mr.
Links.
Of course, the wonderful KirkWood at the church on Sunday
sunshine is the first proof of the evening was a great success.
A
change in seasons, but the others large crowd attended, many coining
are just as sure. Everyone is busy from Eagj.; Crock and George.
making gurdens, both flower apd I Mr. Bard came home from the
\egetable, and. if work can make hospitai on Sunday and is very glad
a good garden, we will have the to be at home ag ain .''
be*k
i Mrs. McDonald left on Tuesday
Wild flowers are in abundance , n.erning for d,i extended visit with
too, and we see different ones go- ■ , elatives in .Spokane,
ing out on hikes, always returning | Quite a number from here atten-
with arms full. And while the wo- ded the program of .the Estacada
men and children are thus engaged | Choral society on Friday evening,
the-m en are getting their fishing
Betty Ward was an overnight
poles in readiness just waiting for guest of Edith Howell on Friday.
ihe season to open.
Everett Shibley had the misfor­
The social side of our commun­ tune to run u rusty $nail into his
ity has not been neglected even foot a few days ago which caused
though the great outdoors is cal­ a very painful injury.
ling, which you can see by the fol-
Gertrude Marshall and Maxine
The semi-monthly dance
was Ward were guests of Evelyn Aycock
held on Saturday, the 13ih and a on Friday night and Mildred Mar­
good time was enjoyed by all pres­ shall spent the night' with Lucille
Guttridge.
ent.
Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Erickson
The “3-B’s” club met on Thurs­
are
driving a new Ford touring car
day of the same week at the home
of Mrs. Geo. Armstrong and spent which they recently purchased.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Guttridge en­
a most enjoyable afternoon.
The club met at the E. F Gunter tertained relatives from Portland on
Sunday.
jiome on last Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Moger were Monday
An athletic club is being organ­ guests at the John Kiggins home.
ized by several ladies of Three
Harold Horner has been appoint­
Links. The charter members are ed by County School • Superintend­
Mesdames Schaeffer, Murchall, Gun­ ent Brenton Vedder us school direc­
ter, Townsend, Ramsey and Arm­ tor to fill the term of Mr. Stone
strong. This club meets twice a who lUQYjed. away. .
week at the community hall.
Earl Shibley was visiting his par­
Max Sagner is doing quite a ents Mi-, and Mrs: J. & Shibley on
flourishing business in our com­ Sunday.
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munity lately.
He has installed
Mr,, and Mrs. Cogswell of Eagle
radios in the B. D. Kelly, Earl Jones Creek were guests at »the Madden
and Fred Marshall homes.
home on Sunday, remaining for the
Mrs. Harry Poole has a new Pageant at the church ^in the even­
electric range.
ing.
Mr, and Mrs. George Armstrong “Grandpa” Kiggins hay been mak­
spent the week-end in Garfield at ing a visit of several weeks at the
the P. M. Wagner home. Mrs. Arm­ home of his son John «ere. He is
strong reports her mother us feeling SI years old and gets{ around like
better. All of the community hopes a boy.
she may enjoy better health.
Mr.' and Mrs. Joe Erickson are the
Mrs. Earl Jone3, sister of Mrs proud parents of a son porn at their
Ramsey and daughter Thelma oi home in Portland. ThY* name Pat
Newberg spent two weeks at the has been suggested as 'suitable for
Geo. Ramsey home. She returned to ihe young man in honof of the day,
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her home Monday accompanied by- March 17th.
Mr. and Mrs. Ramsey.
The many friends inf this section
We are glad to welcome Fred Vin­ of Mr. and M rs.’Jim I’ig-k of Wood­
to hear
lumpy t(
cent back home.
He was culled land, Wash., will be i happy
last about a month ago by the illness of the arrival ot a &>n at their
of his grandfather in Kansas, who Home recenify.
passed away on March 18th
VIOLA
Mr. and Mrs- Fred Marshall spent
the week-end visiting relatives near
Someone was trying £<> break into
Estacada.
the Muttopn store the * other night
Mrs. H. E. Wooster spent Wed­
but ajj Mr. Mnttoon was sleeping in
nesday shopping in Portland. She
the .ftoru he heard them trying to
aiso spent a few days visiting rel­
get in and' shot- a hole - through the
atives near Estacada, returning
front door, which cuused them to
home .Saturday.
leave in a hurry.
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Mr. and Mrs, E. F. Gunter and
Mr. and 'Mrs. E . W.- Powers had
Irttie daughter spent Saturday and
a family gathering at their home on
Sunday at the home of Mrs. Gunter’s
Sunday night. There Were 14 pres­
mother in Portland.
Earl bought
ent and all qnjoyvd themselves.
his wife a new hot-point electric
Mrs. Charles Dubois and two sons
range ag a birthday present.
spent the week-end nt the home of
The Wahwahtasie club held an
her fp(her, Mr, John Hamilton and
open council.' meeting at the Com­
With other relatives here.
munity hall on Friday evening. All
Mrs. M. L. Sevier celebrated her
thoroughly enjoyed the meeting and
67th birjhday on Sundfty with her
appreciated the efforts put forth by.
children and • grand-children,
the
both teacher and children. Dancing
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Wm. l i . c . n b o t n c m f a m i l y o f Sti-ven-
lollowed the program.
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'on, Wash., and tht. Charles Hicin-
Mr. and Mrs. E, F. Gunter and
bolhein family of River Mill. There
little daughter, Betty June enjoyed
were eleven >.il tog.-thee and she re­
a delicious chicken dinner at tne
ceived quite a number of usful gifts
Geo. Armstrong home on Friday
bsidea a large birthday cake from
evening.
her daughter Gertrude,
Mr. and Mrs. Liehammer, Sr.,
The Clear Greek lumber company
are spending a week at the Oak will begin operat ons soon now, and
Grove Ranger station.
a crew of timber fallen, started to
V, L. Johnson, a former resident ihe woods today, falling?timber. Mr
of inree Links and now of Portland Potter has bought the timber of Mr*.
spent several days here doing somd Lit a.ih. '
work. He is the proud father oi a
Miss Lima Graham is staying at
ten and one-half pound baby boy home at present, helping to take
born on March 15.
cute ot her sister, Janet,- who’is still
Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Gunter had as under a doctor's care. '
their dinner guests on' Thursday
Leslie Hicinbothem pf Estacada
evening V. L. Johnson, H. E. Woo- •pent the week-end with his grand­
»ter and son Harry and Leslie parents, Mr. and Mrs. J . H. Sevier,
Beckgren,
Mr. and Mrs. George Townsend
UPPER EAGLE CREEK
and family enjoyed dinner at the
C. E. Radford home on Monday
"Mr's, Cobb was the guest of Mrs.
evening,
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Wm. Asp last Friday.
Lee Banker and family were
The farmers are very, busy these
guests at the R. J . Schaeffer home fine day«, piowing, disking and dril­
on Tuesday evening.
ling.
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Messrs. Townsend, Wooster, Da­
Mrs, R. B Gibson a)id Mis» E.
vidson, Poole, Gunner and Ramsey M. Peters, were calling orr Mr«. Akers
attended the Masonic meeting at K«- last Thursday evening.
tacada on Monday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Douglu«.- and
Mr, and Mr*. Harry Updike-of -'*r- a,,d Mrs. E. N. Naylor were
Camp 1 H spent the week-end in the dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs
Portland visiting friend* and rela- -Lm Denning Sunday,
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, •** Mr. and Mr*. Roy D>ougla** and
Don’t forget the next meeting of - children, w er. the Sundhy gue*t* of
the Estacada Community Club, Fri- H i and Mrs. Will Bell of Sandy
day evening, March 28, at the Esta- Hidge.
coda hotel,
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