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Devoted to the Interests ot Eastern Clackamas County
CLACKAMAS NEWS THURSDAY, APRIL 20, 1926.
$1.50 A YEAR
A. A. Price Announce.
Supt. Vedder’s Speech
Hi. Platform In Race
at p.-T. A. Meeting
Estacada Winner Over
Annual School Picnic
Bridal Veil Team 10-6
A. A. Price, prominent business
At the present time Estacada pay« ( 1
man o f Oregon City, in announcing: a tax levy ’ o f 11.5_ mills for'th e“
UPPER EAGLE CREEK
his candidacy for the democratic maintenance o f her grade and h ig h .
nomination for representative in the schools.
Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Douglass,
legislature has the following to say:
. tlin . . . . f w . . ' M r , and Mrs. Wm. Asp, Mr. and
Acting upon a suggestion from
Jude Moreland's ball team evi-
, the president, Mrs. Cary it was the dently believes in hitting the old
unanimous decision o f the member-
Mr., and Mrs. W. P Ferrel and ship that the organization relieve po lett
" oodward pitching for
daughters of Barton and Mr. and the teachers o f the responsibility Bridal \ eil (former Detioit Amer-
"I will encourage and vote for new
r tL a d f™
j j j R-, B- Gibs° n and Miw Edythe Mrs. H. E. Knight and son o f Port- 0f holding a number o f small pic- ican League pitcher) had the boys
r t t G ia
measures in harmony
tereated , in
a - P
^siting at the home . of land were Sunday afternoon visitors njcs at the close o f school by giv- eating out o f his hand until the
- . and consistent
o o f f a
f ,. ___,
wnh the platform adopted at the Union hi(?h gchool djstrict is
Mrs; WU1 Douglass last at the home o f Mrs. C. A , Looney. jng one large picnic to which all the 8th inning, when they opened up
Mr. and Mrs. Richards enter- pupils o f the grade school and their with a volley o f two-baggers and
gathering of democrat« o f Clacka- ready payingi whether it has stu- Th“ ? y evening,
mas county, held April
be benefited or not( a coun.
Eagle Creek Grange
held its reg- tained Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Lieham- parents are invited. Mrs. Cary ap- home runs that would make Wul-
“ I believe in legislation that is fav- ty high school tax o f 5.9 mills.
, ar meetin8 at the Grange hall last mer with a “ 200” party at their pointed Mrs. Frank Moore, Mrs. ter Johnson go to the showers,
home, Thursday evening.
Hassel Mrs. Saunders, Mis« Sher- Curly Duncan with one on in the
orabie toward agriculture, because
The a88egged valuation o f the dis-
was man and Miss Herman to serve as 8th uncorked one of Woodward s
the success o f the farmers means trictg mogt viu ily concerned, name- J“ "*
“ nd. ^
shipped this week from Mr. Rich- a committee to decide upon the time big curves for a home run over the
prosperity and success o f the mer- ly, Currinsville, Upper Logan, Gar- f t l in the
ard’s bulldog kennels. It will find place and nature o f the proposed garden wall.
That hit and a few
field, Viola, Tracy George, Eagle
“ J. “ cond
a new owner at Astoria, Oregon.
The teachers had planned more tw'o base hits that followed
slogan is: Lower auto Creek, Porter, Three Links, Barton, avo drUlg tg
eam3 pUttlnir 0,1
Mr. and Mrs. F. T. Thompson a n d ! and already begun practice on a clinched the ball game for Estu-
income tax, fewer Dodge Estacada, North Logan and
son, Mr. and Mrs. P. J. M uessig,1 program which was to be something c«*da.
commiaeions, <t«neral economy.”
Douglag Ridge, amounts to $4 ,5 3 7 ,-1 , A , n ^ 5 esting program was ren-
Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Jannsen and jn the nature o f a May pegeant,
Tony Bronson, pitching for Es-
Mr. Price was
in Lemberton, 931.28.
At a levy o f 5.9 mills dered’
™ 8re •»•van
Mrs. U. McConnell, pleasantly sur- to be given in conjunction with a tacada sent 13 men to the bench
Minn in 1884 asd Came t0 Oregon these districts are now paying into Tmon*.
and Mrs- c prised Mr. and Mrs. Earl McCon- Child’s Health crusade on May 26. talking t0 themselves,
when a boy
identified the county high school fund the £
nel with a visit. They arrived Sat- This program will fit in very nicely
The boys have a good team this
wUh the Price Brothers department sum of $27,000.
o t i ^ Z Z urday evening and returned to their vvith the plans now being made for year and with some support will
store in Oregon City for ma'ny y e .r .
Estacada is now paying annually the Garf^ ld Grange and Walter A. home Sunday night.
the entertainment o f visitors at the win their share o f the games,
being recognized among the p ioneer I about $15,000 fo r the maintenance j£0[tf Gounty Agent
An interesting ball game was picnic, so it will be given at that
Next Sunday they go to Gillie to
-------»---a- o f Clackamas county, o f her high school.
played Sunday afternoon, April 23, time.
^ r*. and Mrs’ MaIcomb Woodle between Currinsville and S p r i n g w a - ----------------------- Lineup—
Mr. Price has alwayg taken an ac • o f the transportation o f her high
tive part in everything that seemed school students from remote dis- a" d children were the Sunday guest« ter town teams. A t the beginning
LOCALS AND PERSONALS
for the good and progress o f Clack t r ’ets lies with the voters and the o f lI r ’ and Mr*- Ray Wo°dle.
o f the game, it was the opinion o f
, w — —“ „
, T. Bronson
Wm. Asp and family motored to the players that Currinsville would „ Mr’ a" d TMr8’ * allaCc Smith and L. Skaggs
amas county during the past twenty- members o f the board o f the union
B. V> hitehead
Tualatin Sunday and Made Mrs. be the winner, but Springwater ^Ir8' Joh" Lo; a*aca ^
five years he has been in Oregon high s.'hool district.
Oregon j Jenning
City, and has made many friends
made some good hits and soon found
( U* on ‘ on ay on business.
As to the expense o f transporta Heck and family a visit.
who will support him in the cam tion there’s1 no question but that it
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Pouglass and themselves in he lead.
The game j a,r- and Mrs-
paign regardless o f party affiliation. would cost money, but wouldn’t the children motored out to the Sandy was quite amusing, as some o f the Portland and family were visiting G> ¡}uncan
He is a charter member and past difference between $27,000— which river on Sunnday.
players had not played since “ good ' n ^b*s vicinity on Sunday.
president o f the Oregon City Cham these districts already pay— and
Mr. and Mrs. Pete Clester were old
Mrs. Edith Perry Reir o f Port- H. Woodworth
ber o f Commerce, a member o f the $15,000— the annual cost o f the Es- quests at the home o f C. H. Pad- weakened at the end o f the game land spent Sunday with her parents N. Bronson
board o f governors o f the Chamber tacada high school— transport a lot d‘son on Saturday evening,
and was unable to overtake the lead Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Perry.
o f Commerce, serving for more than children?
j Ern*st Hoffmeister is on the sick o f the Springwater team, the final
Miss Elsie Poole, teacher in the WOMAN GETS $10,000 ON VET*
twelve years. He is a charter mem
score being 11-12 with Currinsville Currinsville school, was a Portland
ERAN S POLICY
Right now there are probably a dst‘
on the low end.
ber o f the Elks lodge, member of
visitor over the week-end.
number o f children who would !
the Masonic lodge, member of the gladly attend high school if they
The Currinsville grade school is
Federal Judge Wolverton yester-
Mrs. George Brewster of Red-
Woodmen o f the World, and is serv
« festival which is to be
could afford transportation. Should-
mond, Oregon, was a guest at the ltay direc.ted the Jury which hai1
ing on the advisory board o f the
been hearing the suit being brought
n*t they be given the same chance i Mr, and Mrs. Jo® Quttridge enter- under the direction o f Mrs. Wal Wallace Smith home on Sunday.
Salvation Army. If hei s successful
by Mrs. Frankie Dietz Waiker '*•
to have an education that the boy I ta*ned relatives from Portland and ter Smith and Miss Poole and will
Mr. Price will make an efficient rep
be given to impress the importance
gainst the United States to culiec$
or girl has that lives on a street o f Gresham on Sunday.
o f Eastern Oregon are visiting with
resentative from Clackamas county. Estacada?
j The Hansen family visited rela- o f May day and Mother’s day on her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur the benefits o f a war r.sk insurant 4
the minds o f the people. The en
policy for $10,000 held by her bro*
The organization o f a Union high tlv®8 ,n_ Portla" d on Sunday,
tire program has not been planned Wade in Currinsville.
ther, Frederick M. Crocker, to re
Mr. and Mrs. Homer Sarver and turn a veruict in favor o f the pla.n-
MOTOR DRIVEN INTO CRATER school district will not mean the r e - ' M” ’ Robert Guttrld8® has as her and the date has not been definitely
duction of taxes— neither will there ; * uest _thls waek her «¡«er-in -law . set.
children o f Portland were visiting utF.
OF EXTINCT VOLCANO
Mrs, Weiner will receive a
be a lowering o f taxes under o u r ! .rS_
ainey and small son
Elinor Glyn advises the American relatives in this vicinity on Sun- ; tump sum o f $3910 and further
present status, for we are not going
girl “ to cling to her youth.”
Pompei gathered most o f its re-
payments in regular installments.
to spend la s money for our chil-, . ,r' and Mr*’ Bard entertains" only objection to this is that it
Mr. and Mrs. Julius Kreiger a n d 1 The court ruled that under sec
->wn through being a neighbor of
dren’s education. Aren’t we spend- reIatlves l rom Portland on Sunday, leaves tnlcum on hi8 lapels.
little daughter Wanda spent Satur - 1 tion 306 o f the veteran’s uct o f 19«
Portland, Oregon, how-
ing more every day for better live-
,nU,m. , er ® our y ° unS people
day and Sunday in Portland visit- .4, the policy o f any ex-service mart
oes the ancient Italian city stock, better roads, and better cars a cn e
e P ay at the high school
by having an extinct
I ,vho has had temporary total disabil*
to drive upon these roads?
'n its corporate limits.
Mrs. Irving Smith has been in I .ty rating during the life o f the pol-
I f you really wish to retrench, to . A * uest at th® John Marshall
Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Dunlop are in
-, +ropolu is the o»i- lower taxes— you can cut teacher’s
w*-ek-end was his sis- Seattle, Wash., attending to busi Portland several days during this | ,Cy does not lapse through failure
The Oregon . \
iast week, where she is receiving o f the veteran to pay premiums. The
ness matter this week.
ly city in the Un. ted ^
treatment for asthma.
,-uliug was first made yesterday
best o f everything that you can a f - 1 * 0'I Ia> tfi? ^
ing this geological distinct.,
Miss Elsie Schmidt of Portland morning at the opening of court in
real crater has been unearthed
Dr. Wallens is reported on the kane to join her husband.
spent Saturday night and Sunday denying a motion for u directed ver
•her you can get fo r $50 a
Mt. Tabor, in one o f P ortland’s city
as a guest o f her sister Miss Lillian dict, presented by the government,1
hj0— cheerfully and volun-
- going out after and I . M" r Ti I( Kirkw°od and little tained by Mrs. Reed and Mrs. Tay Schmidt at the Geo. Lawrence home.
The ruling, it wa8 said, was tha
A couple o f million-odd year* tarily, you a i.
Prepared and the 1 daughter have returned home after lor at Garfield Grange hall Tues
Mr. Perry Anderson has been first o f its nature in the United
ago, when smoking restrictions were getting, the better A
spending several weeks in Portland. day afternoon.
away from his work at the power dates, and it was further estimated
not so much in force, old Mt. Tabor more efficient
The Maddens entertained a num
The world changes in spite o f house for several days due to an by hose closeiy following the esse,
let go a few random puffs, and scat priced teacher.
ber o f guests at dinner Sunday.
those who refuse to believe it.
injury to his leg.
that it would result in approximate
tered ashes all over the floor o f Or
ly $1,900,000,000 worth o f war risk
THE METHODIST EPISCOPAL
Gresham on Sunday where she went insurance being automatically re
ODD FELLOWS TO FROLIC
Some centuries after the vener
stored and put buck into effect. The
AT COUNTY FAIR GROUNDS
ENTERTAINED A T GRESHAM to see her son, who is ill at that .cteran s bureau held that a vet run
able pile’s eruption, a land depres-
IRA F. RANKIN, Pastor.
sion caused it to be covered with
mted as temporarily totally disabled
We had a gracious day last Sun
Mrs. Guy Graham o f Seattle,
The ele\',iltb «»mi-annual Clack-
Carl Douglass Post o f the Amer-
Water^ and the one# burning crater
. ouid keep hib policy in effect w,,h-
was buried under a layer Of sand
out payment o f premiums when a
next Sunday will be also. Dr. Al vefttion will be ^‘,ld ln Canby on
to the American Legionf spent a
written application to this effect had
The meeting will most pleasant evening on Tuesday her grandmother, Mrs. Margaret
In recent years the delta crjst bert S. Hisey, the District Superin Saturday, May 1.
seen deposited with the bureau.
be called to order at 10 » ’d ock a.m., o f this week as the guests o f the
bus been penetrated and the moun
i he court held this not necessary.
Mr. and Mrs. R, H. Carter and
Legion and Auxiliary at Gresham.
tain’s ancient cone again sees the next Sunday, May 2. He will have Canby lodge No. 156 a*.’ host.
entered the army at
light o f day.
Passing autoists In
It is announced that ,'b e r. will
A fter the regular meeting Pro family are enjoying a visit from
in November, 19-
Mt. Tabor Park have the novel prlv-
be no degree work conferred’ nt this 8re881''e
ice was played which
iledge o f viewing at close range tho quarterly conference sometime dur meeting, instead the afternoo.1 will pr° vad very entertaining indeed. Walton, of Phoonix, Arizona. She .7 , and was discharged April 6,
charred remains o f a fir e j giant ing the day. These services will be be given over to field sports at the *vlr8, Geralli vVilcox received high *xpects to spend the summer here .»1 9 . He died in September o f 19-
who has lain dormant for untold announced more in detail next Sun Canby Fair grounds.
Horseshoe bo" ° ” *or ^adies
this game and
R0y Miller o f George is driving a! o as a result o f injuries suffered
We know we will contests and relay races fo r the
centuries amid his own ashes '
a pb De Shazer high honors for new improved model Ford roadster. I 1:1
There is probably not another cra have a good rousing service with Subordinate
and Rebekah teams, me" ' •
! Roy put in a Ruckstell axle and 1
ter in the world in which an auto our D. S. in charge if each one of for which a first and «.cond prize
A d«»>«ous unch consisting o f addrd bumpers and a spotlight and j
Arthur A. rlarrunah Minister
mobile may be driven. A number us will be there in person and bring ribbon will be given the winners. 8andwicae8. pickles, cake and coffee tbj9 equipment gives him a ver>
o f newspaper men and photogra others. Don’t miss this opportunity Other features o f the afternoon will was #erv*d et the close o f the even- i classy lookeing car .
Bible school ut 10:00 a.m. Les-
phers piloted a Chevrolet sedan to hear him I
be a boys’ bicycle race, girls’ race, ln®“
_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
Herbert Dunlop returned home
down the cupped sides o f Mt. Ta Sunday school ...................
(j0d 8 Covenant with Noah.
bor’s cone and secured a number of Junior Church, Mrs. Rankin in
Exhibition races by the
last week fo r a short visit with hisj
Communion service and preaching
fast horses now in training at the T bi regular monthly meeting 0f I parent«, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Dun- aw 11:00
The Chevrolet toured unconcern Morning preaching service, ser
fair grounds will also be one of tbe
Clackamas Community; lop’
I*ater be will leave for th»
.Sermon, “ The Divine Name for
edly among the clinkers and lavn
the features o f the afternoon event. c|ub
be h#ld on f rjdayj April j coaflt< where he will be employed n». Church.”
fragments where once a seething
An interesting program has been 0,. at the Estacada hotel.
Christian Endeavor at 7 :00 p.m.
Ray i durin* the sUmmer-
cross section o f the infernal regions Preaching service at Dover ....3:00 arranged for the evening session,in
Meyers o f the P. E. P. Co., has a
Mr. and Mrs. Tyron Cornwall had i ,upic, “ The ten most important
boded and fumed.
cluding an address on “ Fraternity ” message o f interest to the people ** their guest« over the week-end .mds o f work: how to make them
Some specimens Of the volcanic Evening preaching service......... 8:00 by Wm. A. Carter, P. G. M. and
o f the community and will address Mr. Cornwall’s brother and family, Christian.”
____ 8 :00
formation were sectored by the
Mid-week prayer servise at the Grand Trustee. The Estacada I. O. the club along the lines of better Mr. and Mrs. Wm. C. Cornwall and
Evening worship, special men’s
) daughter Rosemary o f Sag.naw, ..tghl, 8:00 o ’clock.
church on Wednesday, with Mrs. O. F. Band will be in attendance community building.
Miss Poole o f Currinsville school Michigan. They have been winter-
Rankin in charge.
Subject, “ The and furnish music.
Sermon, “ The Man Power in the
When the roll o f lodges it cal'ed will present a number o f her pupils ‘»K in California, and stopped over | nuren.” A male quartet will sing.
X ee4 •( Self-sacrifice fo r Every
Jbul Winner.” .....
.8:00 it is expected that every order in in a series o f costume dances which : here on their way home.
We had a fine Bible school Sun-
Mr. «nd Mrs. fttymond Lovelace
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Gohring, Mr
the district will have a representa .hould be of great interest to every
.ay though it is our desire to push
entertained delightfully a number
one having children attending school and Mrs. Gerald W ilcox> and Bobby,
day evening __ - ....... .— —...8 :00 tive to respond.— Ex.
it above the 75 mafk. We are plan
guests on Monday evening in hon
in Clackamas county.
Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Eschleman and
or o f Miss Vivian Gorham whose
ning upon a Bible school picnic in
CHORAL SOCIETY CONCERT
This meeting should be well at- David, and Mr. and Mrs. E. S. W o -,
,he very near future. Come with
birthday was that day.
A dainty lunch was served by the And looks to that alone;
us and get In on this.
Laughs at impossibilities.
The Estacada Choral society will club and as many mor as can be in- on Sunday for the day. They re
Sunday night service will be a
duced to come.
Everybody i« in- port a fine time. But they had t»>
giva its next concert Friday, June
Those bidds nt« this hsppy affair And cries. ‘It shall be done . ' "
men’s night service and wo
vited to attend this meeting.
go up about ten miles above Gov-
Ladies Aid will meet at the home
were MS’Srs. and Mesdames Gerald
4. The Choral society will present
are going to have a male quartet
Maiden." a cantata. The
W ilcox, Walace Smith. Theo. Ahl- o f Mrs. H. C. Stephens W e ^ s d a y ,
sing and also the sermon will be a
SUNDAY SCHOOL BENEFIT
berg Fred Bartholomew, Mrs. R afternoon at 2:30. M ,d -w e * pray-
special one to men and their place
ARTISAN’ S CARD PARTY
er service at the church on Wednes- ■
_ r ....
_, __. . . . .
H. Currin, Edward Linn, and Mise j
in the church. It would surely be
d u -
R. £ . Francillion and music by r.
day with Rev. Rankin in charge.
Wesley Barry, will be shown at the
The Artisans will hold a card par fine if at least 100 men could be
Subject, “ The Need o f Knowledge
Miss Gorham received best wishes
O f course women are
of the Scriptures,”
There are six full chorus number. Liberty Theater( Friday night, May ty Wednesday, May 5, at the Odd ■ present.
for many happy returns o f the day
Saturday after- Fellow’s hall.
A lunch will
also but the special ap-
“ Cast all your cares on C od; that i
">«"'• and one udie*’ chon“ 7, with a matinee
and the guests departed at an early
noon at 2:15.* This picture is a served at the conclusion o f the P“ *l will be for men. You art: in-
Besides the solos, duets and trio.
hour having had a moat lovely even
The Choral society
will be assist- product o f Warner Bros, based on a playing.
Evcerybody is invited to vited to come and worship with us
Is He not yonder in those uttermost
Parts o f the morning? I f I flee to i ed-by Mr. Harold Homer, tenor. Mr. fine story and well worth your time attend this party as there will be tnd remember that the church doors
Pred Homer, Baritone, Mrs. Fred and money. See it L
entertainment and amusement for swing on friendly hinges.
V n Mary Ross Mise Lenore and Can I ro t« Him? and the sem i. S is, I H om er, soprano, and Mr». Harold
This picture w being shown as a all and a good time. Don’t forget in without knocking and leave the
Rose o f Portland spent the
The aea is His; he made iL~
I Horner, accompanist.
Sunday school benefit »how.
[ 8an»e way and w» will all be happy.
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