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astern dHarkamas Nrms
Devoted to the Interests ot Eastern Clackamas County
VOLUME X X
County Democrats Ready
T o File F or O f f i c e
News from the Neighboring Towns
Mrs. Charles Harlen Passes
Just how many o f the c a n d i d a t e s '^ o f Charles Harlen, died at the
“ suggested” at the recent mas8 home o f her daugh er »n Portland
CLACKAMAS NEWS THURSDAY, APRIL 15, 1926
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C o u n ty , B a n k e rs’ A s s ’ n
Mrs. R. H. Currin drove down to
1 Gresham on Saturday on business.
M. I). Latourette, vice president
I Mr. Emery Powers has moved his
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Gohring drove o f the First National Hank, was el
j family into the Ward Kbuse. They to Portland on Monday on business. ected pYesRlent o f’ the'■‘ Clackamas
meeting o f democrats will file, is ast
n ay n'K l ’
pn ‘ 1
We missed getting our items in | moved from Carver to this place as t Some people save money. Others [ County Bankers’ association- at the
Fracnes Maude Lovell was born
still a question, but O. D. Eby says
that he expects to file fo r the state ! a* River F alls Wisconsin, July 29, our local paper last week but it Mr. Powers is employed at the Clear ■ have a daughter in college.
annual banquet meeting -V Friday
senate tomorrow just before he being the
youngest o f the eight wasn’t on account o f local news, for Creek Lumber Co.'s milt.
Mr. and Mrs. Alva Smith o f S ta y -' » 'S 1*1- Other-officers named,:were
leaves for an absence o f some children o f Mr. and Mrs. Frank it seems as though ther-e is some-
We understand that Mr. Wm. ton visited at the home o f their son Charles feiaditek, Oswego, State bunk
Lovell. She grew into a vigorous thing going on every minute in ou. Mattoon has sold his'Store here to
vice president, and 11. C. Stephens,
Wallace Smith on Monday.
and beautiful woman at the home- little community in the hills.
We a young man.
Estacada Stale bank, treasurer.
This means that Mr. Eby will
stead, and in 1891 united in mar- have had two o f our community
The nine banks represented at the
contest in the general election with
riage to Frank Crawford. To this dances since we were last heard
U PPER EA G LE CREEK
meeting were: Bank o f Oregon"City,
Linn E. Jones, who is apparently
union were born two daughters, from. On the evening o f March 2” j
First National Bank of Oregon City,
to get the Republican nomination
Mrs. Evelyn Saling ¡suspending a
Bertha Madge, now Mrs. Stanley the dance wa 8 a great success. It
Mrs. C. H. Paddison accompanied
Bank of Commerce, Canby State
without a contest. Mr. Eby states
Baird o f Portland, and Meta Fay. was the ladies night and they surely her daughter, Mrs. Geo. Smith, to few days at the F. C. Bartholomew bank, First National Bank o f' Mola-
that when he files, it will be with
The latter passed away at the age kept the men dancing all evening Portland on Saturday on her return home.
11»' F'irst State Bank of Milwaukie,
the intention o f being elected; that
o f six years. In 1896 she suffered Last Saturday night the regular to her home in Toledo.
Ernest Rynning came out from Estacada’ Stale bank'' and Oswego
he always has had the desire to
the loss o f her husband.
Later, dance was a “ Hard Timees Party,” .
Mr. and Mrs.
Ed DouglasS' ac Portland on Saturday to visit with State bank.— P^nner-CouVler.
serve one term in the legislature j
Nov. 16. 1901, she was joined in and this time the men kept the ladies companied by Mr. and Mrs. Roy his mother over Sunday.
and that it will not, therefore, be a ■, ,
THE METHODIST EPISCOPAL
To busy. O f course the men wouldn t Douglass, made a business trip to
Miss Plank o f -the high school f a c - !
tnat holy wedIock
,____ .. Harlen.
this union was born a daughter, let the ladies get the best o f them. Portland last Friday.
ulty spent the week-end at her home J
he desires the democratic nomina
Floy Evelyn, now Mrs. Ralph Wade A nice lunch was served by the
Chester Reid are in Portland,
tion for the position.
o f Estacada^ Oregon.
committe consisting o f Mrs. Rad- working on a boat.
John A. Oatfield, the only person
The family resided in River Falls ford« Messrs. Lee Banker and Rae
The dance g.ven last Saturday ter o f Springwater were shopping in;
We had a’ gracious day last Sab
ment.opcd for county judge, ¡s also
mght at the old Douglass, place was Portland on Saturday,
until 1913, -when they moved to Hayden.
bath ' throughout the' day.
expected to file before the time for
Chinook, M o p t.-.In 1921 her poor
^ 'le 3-B’s ’ club held their weekly well attended and everyone seemed
jjray and work together that next
filing for county office i 8 up on the
T‘ To11 und children spent Sunday will be all that it should be.
health necessitated a change to a meeting at the home o f Mrs. R. J to enjoy themselves.
21st. Mr. Oatfield is not anxious
lower altitude, and she chose Esta- Schaefer, last Thursday. A delight- was furnished by Ed Hunt and a few days ia>it week wilh her par- Rev. Dunlop will bring u's th«'- mes
to go after the job, but he is said to
cada, where she had two brothers Hil lunch was served and the ladies Perry Murphy. Refreshments were ®,nts> Mr’ and *Mrs’ 0nan o f ° rekon sage both morning and evening.
have been convinced that it is his
res.ding, Arthur and Charies. * Here ®Pent a most enjoyable afternoon. served. ., .
April 25th, the last Sunday in April
duty as a party man to make the
Mr, and Mrs.
A. W. Cooke and
Mr. and Mrs.
Bob Cooke went to Dr. Pratt o f Portland will preach
she remained until a few weeks be I Mrs. C. E. Radford and Mrs. W.
Democrats generally believe
Hunter, o f Portland on Saturday and drove two
B. Davidson gave Mrs. J. R. Mc granddaughter,
fore her death.
at thè morning service, and' th-j
they will have a good chance o f el
Ginnis a stork shower at the Rad Damascus, attended the dance last new Ford cars home. Their garage Biily Sunday Gospel team will hnvt
She was a patient and kind wife,
ecting him if Cross and Kruse in
Others attending reportodoing a splendid business,
ford home last Saturday afternoon Saturday night.
charge of the evening service.
dulge in their expected stiff contest, mother and neighbor, a woman of Mrs. McGinnis received many useful from a distance were Dr. Hemp-
Mr. and Mrs. Dave Eschleman
Remember the hour o f 1 : o'clock
into which personalities have al strong character and unusual vital gifts.
stead and wife of Gladstone, Mr. 1 and Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Smith ! l'or the church school. There Is a
ready been allowed to enter. There
Mrs. Anderson, mother o f Mrs, J. Jones, Mr. and Mrs. Will Bell, -i drove to Portland Sunday afternoon | class for all ages.
has been talk that Matt C. Glover heart had made her practically an [ R. McGinnis, is here visiting with James Bell and Mr. and Mrs. Klei- to visit Dr. Rhodes at the hospiial.
At 10:45 the boys and gir'.s of
would seek the nomination, but he
,her daughter‘ fo r a few months
gel of Sandy.
j Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Adams and the Primary and Junior departments
She leaves to mourn her besides
says there is nothing to the report.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bartholomew
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Woodle mot- j daughter Kathleen»of Portland spent will gather for the Junior church
Mr. Glover says that if he did not the bereaved husband and two and 8on Buddy( o f Estacada spetn
ored to Portland Sunday, taking the week-end as guests o f their mo service.
fee 1 certain that the Republicans daughters, four grandchildren, t w o ' the week-end at the E. F. Gunter their son, Leslie, back. They con
The morning preaching s -rvico is
ther, Mrs. Mary Adams.
will nominate Judge Cross he would brothers, E. H. Lovell o f Long dome>
tinued to Troutdale to get some
at 11:00 a.m.
make the race, but that he believes Beach, Cal., Charles Lovell o f Es
Mrs. Geo. Armstrong is out help smelt.
The evening preaching service Is
on Sunday with’ his parents Mr. and
it will be hopeless to make a race tacada, Oregon' and three sisters, ing to take care o f her mother, Mrs.
Tommy McKay and a friend wev -3
at 8 j 00 p.m.
•gainst the juge in the general elec Mrs. Kate Wilco'x o f Eckman, N. D., Wagner o f Garfield. We are all so visiting hi 8 parents, Mr. aAd Mrs. j the evenjng>
. The Lauies Aid will ineeCAV'^ulnes-
River sorry to hear o f Mrs. Wagner’s ser
T. C. McKay, over the week-end. 1 _ , , ,
day afternoon at 2 :30 at the home
It is believed that the legislative Falls, Wisconsin, and Mrs. Ada Wil ious condition.
Mr. and Mrs. Ike Akers, Mr. and j „ Bob.» barber Bho«»’ loc:kted
in lhe o f Mrs. F .'C i ■Lietiiunmer.
ticket will be filled. A. A. Price cox o f Clayton, Wisconsin and a
Those of Three Links attending Mrs. Peter Clester and ME and M rs.’ *lasomt bu,ld‘n« ’ announces a - re-
The Wednesday evening prayer
says that he will run. There is ev
the Masonic meeting last Friday in Roy Douglass were calling at the duct‘on »» Pn ccs- effective now.
service w ill-be at the church at 8
Rev. Spies» o f Gladstone deliv- Estacada were Messrs. Townsend, home o f C. H. Paddison on Sunday. ’ HaIleut.
ery reason to believe that E. G. Rob
3 5 c: sha^ .
Pile subject will he “ The
inson will be a candidate.
Louis ered the final service at the ML Gunter, Wooster, Poole, Vincent, J.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Eddy o f Port-
Mr- and Mrs. Harry Lincoln of Ne'ed of'-Faiih for Every Soul Win*
Kohl, first named by the Grange Scott Crematorium o f Portland.
R. McGinnis and J, A, McGinnis.
land motored out this way Sunday, - Portland spent the week-end at Un ner.” Mrs. Rankin will have charge.
legislative committee, has already
Leslie Beekgren visited wuh Fred stopping at R. B. Gibson’s only to !dome o f Mrs. Lincoln's parents,
The choir practice will be at th-s
GRADE SCHOOL NOTES
;:Mr. and Mrs. Edgar lleiple o f Cuc- church Thursday evening at S p.m.,
Bannister on Monday. He reports, find not one at home.
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Paddison had rinsville.
that Fred is some better which we
It is not thought likely that the
“ This is the generation o f th-jm
are an glad to hear.
ripe strawberries' Gold Dollars, for
Rev. Rankin who was recently op- that seek Him, that seek Thy face,
democrats can secure the desired First Grads—
Having learned the sounds and
Mrs. Baughman o f Davis ranch is Sunday dinner.
'orated on in the Alethodist Deacon- O Jehovuh.
full icket( but the party will have
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Asp were the ess hospital at Marshfield, ’ Oregon,
a number o f candidates.— Banner- being fairly proficient in the use out visiting with relatives for two
o f eighty or more diphthongs, di- weeks.
guests o f Mi. and Mrs. Virgil Doug- ">* getting along nicety and ' will FROM LA CROSSE ,1 WISCONSIN
graphs and phonograms in their
Mr. and Mrs. Stockton o f Camp lass on Sunday.
soon be home again.
“ CHARLEY’S AUNT” AT LIBERTY reading and written work, the first 14 spent several days in Gresham
While E. L. Wells, Oregon's prog-'
Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Bartholomew
grade pupils are studying the name» visiting with friends,
SP R IN G W A T E R
and Buddy spent the week-end at i nosticator of fair »nd foul weather
A1 Christie and h is' organization of the twenty-six letters o f the ai-
Mrs. McGinnis o f Portland spent
the Earl Gunter home at Camp 8. continues dishing up summer breez
have been making people laugh in phabet, that they may begin oral the week-end at the J. A. McGinnis
The week day church school will They attended the dance there, that es and balmy weather, other parts
close their work on April 28 with evening and report a splendiu time. I o f tlu‘ L'oulltry are not so fortunate
the movies probably longer than any spelling.
other single producer o f comedies ; Utilizing the attractively-colored 1 Mrs. W. B. Davidson has been a short demonstrating program to
' Rev. Rankin’s parents, Mr. and llS
seen 1,1 tho ,ollowin* extract
having started making films way pictures o f magazine advertisements suffering with poison oak for about wish all interested are cordially in
Mrs. H. C. Rankin a n d ‘sister Dor-
received of a W.scon-
The parents of
back in the days when a “ feature'' as illustrations fo r their stories o f six months, but we are glad to re- vited to attend.
othy have arrived in Estacada to vis-1 Sl" SU Stnber:
was five hundred feet o f film .
well-known fruits and common arti- port she is well on the road to re the children who have been in the
it with his son and wife for the \ 1 ‘ noU<;<i
n° l , ,n y<nlr
1H!,t 1,snc an ar'
She is under Dr. A dix’s classes are especially urged to
For thirteen years A1 Christie has d es o f food has added a great dealj covery.
. -Wiseor.Bin- News, atat-
summer, . They drove from Hardin,-
been continuously. producing come- o f interest to the work o f the pri -1 care.
Montana h . through southern Idaho to
" K 1B :‘ea" ' with U8''
Dr. Meriah White who has been
Mrs. Geo. Ramsay left last Sat-
dies( and now just at the close o f mary pupils in writing and com po-'
according to the old tigns such ua
thi 8 place in one week.
ca is‘ runiiiiig| buys playing marble^,
the “ lucky" year, he has produced
The following are names o f
the past forty years is m akipg. a
und robins arriving. ( •
‘Charley's Aunt,” a seven reel fea learn where our food comes from there by the illness o f her father,
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Erickson
o f short visit at the home o f her niece
“ It is possible that 'whoever wrntuj*
ture comedy said to be the hign .hat it is probable they will not be
legislature on' tfie Republi-
She O gave
a short W I for the
that V «*■
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iiu u g v u
liu m .
point in the career o f the house o f .ong in Finding out instead o f guess- Davis Ranch attended the dance at Airs. Ed. Shearer.
talk to the children at Sunday * * * * * * ,n ¿ dack-*llas county; H. l)eforu thlH and agri.,. tliat a„ signs-
that “ salt comes from salt-patches” Three Links last Saturday night,
Mr. and Mrs. Toll and children school which was very interesting G. Stephens, P h il* Hammond. Jno. iaiI 80nieticiL.a.
Lust ’ Weiiheyday,v
“ Charley’s Aunt” is from th efam- as heretofore.
Clark, C.' C. Ihringrin, Chas. T.
-March 31st, we had the worst-snowi.
South F° rk visited at the D. B. and -.greatly enjoyed by the older
ous old stage farce which has been
childreii' as well as the youngsters, Swiss and M. S. Sehrock.
stbrm— a regular hlir-sUrd— o f the"
Mrs. Hassell and Mrs. Dykeman Helly home on Tuesday.
running steadily fo r thirty-three
Mrs. W. W. Rhodes came yut wuijar.
Mr. Shenk and son Ed and daugh
it cyuiiiieiigtid. .Tuesday
years, so you see it goes back far -vere guests o f our room last Thurs
pleasant evening at the E. W. Cut ter Florence of -Gresham were guest» f|om Portland on Monday after evening and a led until Wednesday
ther than Christie, even, in getting day.
She reports that doctor is night, interfering to a great extent
at the Joe Guttridge home on Sun noon.
Billy Beck has been absent from ting home on Wednesday.
the laughs. It is the one stage fare»
sdme better but improving slowly. With the rail and j^uto traffic. Then
which has stood the test o f time. -chool for several days.
G A R FIE LD
Dinner guests at the Harold H oi- H?s friends arc- truly sorry that he again Foster £u;rdt.y anotfier heavy,
Now that it has become a film, crit Fourth Grade——
ner home on Sunday were Mr. and lst having soch a severe time and arc snow fell, and*‘ today, ‘April 0 th,.
The 4th grade room ha 8 new cur-
ics who have already seen it have
Mr. and Mrs. M. G. Weatherby Mrs. Forrest Erickson and Mr. and h^P‘ n* for his eany recovery
now is falling thick and fnst. Very
stated that it is the funniest movie .ains which they purchased out of
and Gilbert have returned from Es- .»irs. Sylvester Lawrence and duug.i-
The Forest Service moved into the iinuninl for_ th « firm- of »the year.
.he Peter Rabbit fund.
mountain* on Tuesday*,• establishing In fact the* W oolf winter has been
That it would be screamingly fun Fifth Grade—
Road work is being done in the
Mrs. R. S. Guttridge and daugn- headquarters for the summer. There of unusually long and steady cold.” -
ny was expected, for the play is
The 5th grade has finished the Porter district.
ter Lacille were-Portland visitois on wire three carloads of supplii s in-
still remembered by those who »aw spelling assignment for the year.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Moreland and Saturday.
cHiding hay and grain and k number
C. W. REED.
it years ago. In addition to the ma
Audrey and Beryl Ingles spent
children went to 'Portland Friday
Sunday guests o f Evelyn Aycock uf| horses for use in the work by
terial o f the famous play by Bran the week-end in Portland and Ore
to celebrate Mr. Moreland’s father’s were Mildred and Edna Cio'iner.
don Thomas, Christie gives most o f gon Gity.
Elva Shlbley, Evelyn A ycock and
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Page and .chil-
the credit to Scott Sidney who is eighth Grade—
Pomona grange was held at Edith Howell were Sunday after- ,ln;n, Patricia and Donald, spent • .Mn» f b i S m f t i i entertifihcd last.
one o f the old stand-by directors in
The county nurae, Mist Spring, Springwater on Wednesday.
aeon visitois at the Beck hon«2 in eVerul days last week at the home Friday a uumLer o f friend.: m honor
the Christie studio, to Syd Chaplin,
oi, Mrs. Smith'» birthday.
o f Mr. Pages parent!, Mr. and Mrs.
the star and the supporting cast.
“ 0 O 9 ” was played during the even
This bg bgk gkq gkq kqj kqjkghq , ! 6 th m d , pupils un T us.d .p .
i,L ° "
P“ ’ -
"> * drt- ing and Air. and Mrs. A. E. Sparks
at their cottage on Delph * Cfeek. on Sunday wefe Mr. and Mrs. John >nd.
“ Charleys Aunt” is coming to the
icceiv« d high honors.,
Cary, realtors, sold 5 Park and children o f Woodland,
Liberty Theater, Estacada, May t,
MRS. J. C. DUUS ENTERTAINS
Mrs. R. H. Currin entertained th<.
Mrs. Smith served a most lovely .
acres o f land along D#lph Creek to Washington.
8 and 4.
Ct^rrinsville apd Estacada. L;idie- • unch to. the fo lowing guests:
a party from Portland.
Mrs. J. C. Duus entertained de-
Messrs, and. Meadarne» W. J.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Waÿnè and ner guests at the J. A. Shibley Aids at her home in Currinsville on
R. T. CARTER PROMOTED
ghtfully on last Wednesday after-
Ust Wednesday afternoon. There Moore, 11. C. Gohring, A. E. Sparks,
.oon in honor ot Mrs. John Blauth
Mr. R. Thomas Carter, Forest *vho hag gone East for an extended bat.c.b<' ry_ <>n. ^undaF'
Mrs. Park and Mr 3 . Myrtle Cior- was a very good -attendance and ad .nd Mrs. R. 11. ( urr.n.
Mr. Smith waa extended best t
Mrs. Taylor ig to enteHfcin
Ranger in this district since 191b visit. -
rfer were Sunday callers at the Mo- report a most delightful afternoon.
for many happy return» o f ‘
has bean promoted to assistant fire
George Rose came out from Pori
The following guests were pres- hail on April 20. Í
this rp endid oreasiop.
chief under T. H. Sherrard, having
. . . .....
‘al!d Saturday -evewfiig to' spM t'th e
nt: Metdames Ecker, Sparks, Kist,
charge o f all fire suppression and in
Mrs. P. M. W agner i* Seriously' drous from this section on Sunday week-end with his parents, Mr. and
-ooke, W. Douglass, Gohnng and
JUNIOR CLASS PLAY
ill and at this time w ry tow. , .
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Mrs. G. P. Rose.
He was accom-
structions covering the entire Mt
Elva BhlbUy was a Saturday pagied by ins -friend ^Albert KHf^l
A dainty- lunch was served dur-
v tb L A
j'bc 1 Junior. Clasa o f the FNt.ica-
Mr. Carter has done a great deal
n.ght guyst o f Edith Howell.
and the boyg played in the orchestra
,ig the afternoon.
high school presents three one-
towards the betterment o f the fores,
The Clear Creak" Lumber Co *•
M ***" "•'w members '♦or* taken fo< the dance Saturday evening at
act p aya in the high school audi
and roads in this community ant.
Remember the fine show to be m.l. has started: v « A afifci .f t r r ilU* '* • ch*,rch ° " 8 " nd* y’ which
torium, Friday, April 23rd.
well deserves the promotion he hat ;iven at the Liberty Theater eu
Is indeed very gratifying.
Mrs. John Blauth left on Satur
being idle since last summer. Mr.
The plays a re: “ The Locked
ihursday and Friday evenings un- Potter has bought' the Vkrver's
<iaj evening for a vi-it in the- eu»t Ghest,” a tragedy, “ The Wonder-
Mr. Alien W. Armstrong from the .er the auspices o f the Masonic
Om pretty good reason why a
and south, planning to be away per iiat, ' a harlequinade, and “ The Pot
right to the timber besides the tim
man marries is some woman.
Malheur forest has been transferee«, building Committee. The picture to
haps a year. She v/ent direct td St. Boiler,” a burl* »que-comedy.
ber he bought fron^ __Mr. Brgasch,
to this district to take Mr. Carter'» >e shown is “ A Connecticut Yankee
freed om : An imaginary state en Paul, Minn., where she has a num-
w.ll keep the mill running fo r some
Reserved seats will be fifty cents
His wife and children wel. A King Arthur's Court.”
joyed 'b y those who are too busy bei of friends and rMatln>g and will
and general admission thirty-five
move here ae soon ae school close»
visit there for some time. She will cents.
The American Legion ia giving
Mrs. Selma O ffoif and ton EI ttot , tn be con»ri«fns o f'th e ir chains.
at Pomeroy. Washington.
The man who is 'good fur it but later visit in Mnhigpn, Kentucky,
mother o f their popular dances at with a lady friepd, spent -Sunndav
Doubtless there V F fi tidies when
I f you wish to inoculate a man he Eagle Creek dance pavill.on on at the home o f Hr. and Mr». Ran mign.y slow pay,” w just a deadbeat Illihoif' Florida, and will return
with a swellhead, just ask his ad- Saturday evening. A good time is dolph. Their home ia at McMinn- without the courage o f his convic- home by wsy o f California in the Noah ♦rt'ndered If tfiffe were only
j two chiggers on the ark.
fic# and let nature take ito course- aaaurcd thoa« who attend.
ECH OES FROM TH RE E LINKS
MR£. H. SMITF1 ENTERTAINS
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