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Devoted to the Interests ot Eastern Clackamas County
EASTERN CLACKAMAS NEWS
Oddfeilovvs Band No. 175
Secures Two Engagements
GRANGERS WILL PICNIC AT
EAGLE CREEK GROVE MAY 15
$1.50 A YEAR
THURSDAY, MAY 13, 1926
News from the Neighboring Towns
BOARD OF HORTICULTURE
STARTS WAR ON e a r w i g s
Predict 1. L. Patterson
A s Republican Nominee
For a great number of years the
The State Board of Horticulture
. . . . .
, Portland, Ore. May 13.(Special)
The Oddfellows band is certainly annual picnic of the Eagle Creek
. . . .
, has started a vigorous war on ear-
, . • _ ..
has a little planing to do yet, and
—Senator I. L. Patterson will be
gaining considerable notoriety and Grange has been held in the grove
i then will have to be moving the mill
Mayor Stephens has received tbe Republican party nominee for
is adding a portion of their honors adjoining the Grange hall at Als-
The ChristianEndeavorers met at before long.
a communication outlining a man- Governor. Such is the general pre-
to this community. On May 26 the paugh. These gatherings have al
procedure for the extermin- diction being made here by Repub-
band has been engaged to furnish ways been well attended as one of the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harold
ation Qf tW< destructive ingect. I t jlican and Democratic leaders alike.
music for the I. O. O. F. Grand the events in the history of Eastern Joyner last Friday evening.
Lodge which holds its convention at Clackamas county. This year ar
Salem on that day. In the forenoon rangements have been completed for »*■ “' " s " » - ™ h'
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a street concert will be given by the a basket picnic on Saturday, May school Inst Thursday afternoon, also gene on Friday to be gone a week, is usually carried from place t o f showinr 0f strength made by Pat-
Our canning team, Helen Perry place in clothing baskets and fruit fop°Rnn u
doubt of his sue-
band, which will also lead the parade ’5, and a greater event is anticipated Mr. Kirkwood of Springwater and
taking place in the afternoon. At than any year preceeding. One or
Mr. and Mrs. Winters and sma’l their Leader, Miss Shibley gave a in any locality she gets busy and that fact has been a strong element
night the band has also been en two good speakerg have been en
gaged to lead the Muscovite’s par gaged in time past to address the son, and Mr. Leo Rath have tfkeQ canning demonstration before the
ade which will be an important and gathering on matters of local inter a trip to Klickitat Washington, for Clackamas County club leaders’ deposits her eggs, and as soon a s ' ’n attrac*‘nk a"
interesting portion of the entertain est. Harvey E. Cross has been in’
Miss Emma Paulsen of Portland Tuesday.
busy and eats up everything in the I A remarkable feature of the cam-
ment on that day.
vited this year to tell something of
' of vegetation as fast as they paign of Senator Patterson is, that
On July 3, 4, and 5, the band has county affairs and there will be
can Set to it. A large quantity of from the time of the announcement
been engaged to furnish music for others most likely who will have parents, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Paul- of Edith Howell.
sen, and other relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Aycock, Mrs. Peter these insects can destroy a bed of of his candidacy he has maintained
the Molalla Round-up which is not something to say about matters that
and Mrs. Forrest l.’riok- garden vegetables in a surprisingly a strong lead over his opponents.
a small affair in communities of the will be of general interest along the
shoppers on Sat- short time. A full developed earwig
it has been generally conceeded
size of Molalla and is being staged lines of husbandry.
and Wednesday of last week with urday.
*s from onehalf to three fourths of j all the while that he would emerge
by the Molalla Firemen. Shows of
The I. O. 0. F. band under the
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Guttridge enter- an *ncb long and of a dark brown triumphant in the Willamette val
this character furnish live, exciting direction of Prof. Bushnell will be in George Willing at the home of Jill-
! tained a number of relatives from c°l°r when fully developed. The ley, the only difference of opinion
entertainment and everyone is satis attendance with a number of good i ius Paulsen.
Mr. and Mrs Penner and children Portland on Sunday.
female will lay or deposit from 30 being as to the size of the plurality
fied that they get what they pay for. selections and everyone attending
eggs on rocks or old wood and now that Seymour Jones ha3 an-
this picnic iB assured of a good time.
Mrs. W. Held on Sunday evening, j week-end guests at the Ed Shearer generally in places where the soil nounced his support of Patterson it
P.-T. A. TO SPONSOR PICNIC
Mr. and Mrs. W. Wing and Mr. j home.
I *s not healthy. After the insects j is prophesied that he will carry the
SENIORS TO GIVE PLAY
and Mrs. Hammon of Sellwood were' The 1920 Canning club has been have worked a bed of vegetables i t ! Valley by a majority instead of a
The P.-T. A. will sponsor a picnic
The senior class of the high calling on Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Chan- duly organized and held their first *^8 naturally a good place for the plurality.
for the gvade school in the Eagle
| meeting on Saturday, under the in- further propagation of its kind and
It is also predicted that Mr. Pat
Crek Grange grove on Tuesday, May school will give their second play ey Sunday afternoon.
Ralph Chaney who is working in struction of their able leader, Miss the soil should be doctored in time terson will carry Eastern Oregon.
on Friday, May 21. They have cho
t0 prevent the ravage of the ver-
The children are to leave the sen “Mrs. Temple’s Telegram,” a Portland came home to spend Sun- Elva Shibley.
The concensus of opinion through
A very interesting ball game was mine as well as after. If anyone out the state it that if nominated,
school at noon, bring their lunch three-act comedy which was first day with his parents, Mr. and Mr».
played here on Sunday between having trouble with the earwig will Mr. Patterson would be stronger
and their parents and after eating produced at Madison Square Thea Clay Chaney and family.
Garfield and our local team which see tbe Marshal or Recorder. They, in the Fall election than in any other
lunch at the grove will give their ter, New York City. This play was
UPPER EAGLE CREEK
resulted in a score if 16 to 9 in our no doubt, can get information or candidate. He, being a practical
also broadcast from a California sta
help in the extermination of the farmer, is in sympathy with the
Nearly all of the children have tion within the last year. The plot
I. C. Akers and Wm. Smith mo
ways of reaching the grove and
farmer’s troubles, and will apply
tored down into California last week ited on Sunday wVth Evelyn Aycock.
those who have not will be taken by laughs. The young people who are where
business methods for their relief.
SPECIAL SCHOOL MEETING
friends who have space to spare in putting on the performance have
Patterson is making the campaign
children of Portland Were out to
taken part in a number of high ing trip.
Notice is hereby given to the Le- on a platform ot Progressive and
Mr. Millard Sarver has offered school productions and will be seen
, _ , ,
constructive principles, and making
Nels Christensen has recently gal , Voters
of School District No. ' an unqualified
.... , promise
. . that
. . . he will
to take all of the first and second for the last time here, as high : ner guest of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Woo-
grade children in his truck and will school students in “Mrs. Temple’s companied them to Portland to at-
make a second trip if necessary to Telegram” at the high school audi
torium, May 21, at 8 o’clock. Ad
see that they all get there.
district will be held at the High i tration of State affairs.
mission is 25c for children, 35c for ported a fine time.
Tommy McKay, who Is now living
The Currinsville school under the School, Estacada, Oregon, on the
adults; tickets may be reserved at
EAST PORTLAND WINS OVER
THE METHODIST EPISCOPAL
in Seattle, Wash., paid his parents, leadership of Miss Elsie Poole will 24th dav of Mav 1 0 2 « at 7 -k.i
the drug store for 15c extra.
ESTACADA BALL CLUB 12-10
Mr. and Mrs. T. C. McKay a visit give a May festival May 11 at 2
during the week-end.
p.m. in the school house. The event p.m., for the following objects:
IRA F. RANKIN, Pastor.
GRADE SCHOOL NOTES
In a hard-fought game on the
To decide whether the following
Mrs. Katie Douglass returned was postponed from last week on
diamond last Sunday the Esta
The subject of the sermon for First Grade—
home last Wednesday from Steven- account f the weather,
cada nine lost to the East Portland
next Sunday morning will be “The
Miss Mary Alice Reed and the
- on Sunday
Translation of Elijah and the As two little Reagan children were guest * of ' relatives
for a few
in their new Block 5, the West half of Block 8 team by a score of 12 to 10. Pit
cension of Christ.’’ This is a mes pleasant visitors to the primary Her nephew, Aaron Dunn, accom- closed car. They will be gone about and the East half of Block 9 all in cher Needy of the Eastsiders was
Zobrist Addition to Estacada, to badly hurt and Garbarina was also
sage that you should not miss. Tell room on Monday afternoon.
panied her home.
with that portion of Currin carried off the field in the third
others. Bring others. The subject
Mrs. Paddison and Mrs. Akers
Mrs. Henry Githens who has been
The first grade children are en
of the sermon for the evening will joying four new Victor records went to Portland last Saturday on in the hospital for the past two street lying between said last de inning with a badly spiked foot.
In the first inning four runs
be, “Three Kinds of Praying.’’ We bought with money fro mthe Op a shopping expedition. •
weeks returned to her home Sun- scribed Blocks, also that portion of
Seventh street lying South of the were made by the Portland team
need each one to be present at the eretta fund and that appropriated
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Douglass and day.
services throughout the day. We by the P.-T. A. for the purchase of son Quentin, Mr. and Mrs. Wa'ter
Paul Lovell has the basement to West half of Block 8 and East half with Duncan in the box, and he
need you, and you need us.
new home completed and is now of Block 9, also the intersection of was relieved by Lovelace who per-
records. One record recommended
said Seventh and Currin streets, mitted six scores to be made. Love-
Sunday School, ........................ 10:09 by the music department of the children were guests at the home ready for the carpenters,
Junior Church, sermon talk by Mrs. Portland schools for music appreci of Jim Denning Sunday afternoon.
Mrs. Lloyd Ewalt is in the Ore- now owned by School district No. lace was relieved in the third inning
108, shall be transfered to a Union by Moreland who held the visitors
Rankin, .................................... 10:45 ation in the first grade is “Ber
Ed Douglass i9 through sawing gon City hospital.
High School District upon the for- to two runs in the remaining six
Morning service, sermon by the pas ceuse” from Jocelyn and “Humor-
mation of same, which said Union innings.
tor............................................ 11:00 esque^” by Dvorak. Another de
near Taft. His family expect to High School District shall include
Local Newt Items
Preaching service at Garfield 3:00 scriptive record for appreciation is
Jennings and Lovelace secured
spend the summer there with him. School District No. 108, upon the homers for the Estacada club while
Epworth League Devotional Hour, “A Boy and the Birds” and “The
Double Stamp day Saturday at
....... 7:00 Lion Chase.” One record furnishes
Strawberries are being sold at 10c terms that said Union High School Marlow, Garbarina and Price came
shall assume and pay the outstand- through with doubles for the Pori-
Evening service, sermon by the pas a variety of bright, snappy, sharply- the People’s Store.
and 15c a box.
Miss Ruth Dillon was a Portland
mg onded indebtedness of the said iand aggregation. The lead secured
tor............................................ 8 :00 accented music to be used in our
Mat Launsbury was in Portland
Midweek prayer service, Thursday recreative period as motives for visitor one day last Week.
S,ch°°‘ ? ‘‘tnCt N0’ 108 in the 8Um in the early part of the game by
o $ 0,000.00 and interest thereon. the visitors was all that saved them
night at the church, Subject, “The skipping, marching, imitations of
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Johnson of on Business Tuesday.
Need of Earnestness.”
Provided thatSchool District No. from defeat.
high-stepping horses, galloping rein Faraday were in Portland on Thurs
Early cherries are now getting
reserves the right to the use of
Grand clearance sale under the deer, etc. The fourth record gives day.
ripe and will soon be in the mar
the athletic field in connection with East Portland,
auspices of the Ladies Aid society the music for two folk-dances,
the high school.
of the church at the Lovelace Gor “Tantoli,” and the “Crested Hen.”
ham store, 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. on the
Dated this 10th day of May, Batteries; East Portland, Needy,
Mrs. Wm. Chandler and daughter
Mrs. A. Pederson gave a very them at the People’s Store for 25c.
following dates: Saturday, May 15, charming party in the park on
Vera were Portland visitors on Sat 1926.
Krump, Price and Baylor. Estaca
Friday, May 21, Saturday, May 22. Tuesday afternoon for her son Ar
Mrs. Lulu Sparks of Portland urday.
A. G. AMES
da, Lovelace, Moreland and Server,
“O come, let us sing unto the Lord; thur in honor of his eighth birth came out on Saturday to spend the
Chairman Board of Directors.
Mr. and Mrs. Ford Darrow en Attest: Wm. DALE, Clerk.
For He is our God; and we are the day. Miss Sherman and the chil week-end at the home of her parents
E. H. S. GIVES MUSICAL
tertained Mr. Dorrow’s cousins, Mrs.
people of his pasture, and the sheep dren of the first grade enjoyed the Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Doty,
EVENING AND PIE SOCIAL
of His hand.”—Psalm 95.
occasion very much.
The Eagle Creek Grange will Jenkins and Mr. A1 Gardner of
Under the direction of F. Ei
conclude its picnic on Saturday May Portland over the week-end.
of Portland, musical direc-
Mrs. L. Yocum and Mrs. Henry 15, with a dance at Cogswell’s hall,
Little George Lawrence of Carver picnic. This is something unusual t°r
The Dorcas society will meet at Beers visited the second grade Mon Eagle Creek,
Estacada high school.
the home of Mrs. L. J. Palmateer on day afternoon and evinced keen in
Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Stevens and
Thursday, May 20, at 2 p.m.—Mrs. terest in th activities of the room.
Miss M. M. Page of Portland were
J. B. Robinson, Secretary.
Such visits are highly appreciated recent guests at Log Labarre. Mr. Geo. Lawrence. On Sundey they vice and Poaching will be held on *he sch°o1 auditorium before a
The ladies of Home Economics of by both teachers and pupils.
Stevens is one of the officials in the took him home in their car.
at Ea*le Creek “T “nd m0,rt *nthusi“ tic audi‘
Garfield Grange will serve a hot
Grange hall. This will surely be a once-
Miss Sunderland, Miss Hermann First National Bank of Portland.
lunch at the Grange hall Friday, and Miss Schmidt were dinner
. , Little Bobby Snyder, son of Mr. beautiful service.
Following the Their work showed much study
May 21st, at noon and in the even guests Tuesday evening at the home
Dont fail to hear Susies Kitchen and Mrg R F Snyder met with service there will be a basket lunch and practice and proved very enter-
ing. Prices 25c a plate. —Mrs. J. of Mr. and Mrs. George Guttridge.
the kitchen has, of course, plenty quite an accident while playing at at noon. We will aim to leave the ta'mnlG
B. Robinson, Chairman.
school on Wednesday. He jumped Estacada church at about 9 o’clock
Between the first and second
of spice and pep.
from the rings and in doing so frac- (in the morning for the picnic part
the Pro$ram played by the
Alice Hicinbothem and Alta Dar-
Mr. and Mrs. John Page went to
Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Liehammer tured hig leg near the ankle
Between 9:30 and 10 orche»tra, un intermission of fhp
row have earned their improvement
Portland on Saturday to spend the
certificates in Palmer writing so are were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. wag rugbed t0 Gresham where Dr. o'clock mean* of transportation will numbers waa given. Among them
week-end visiting relatives.
entitled to exemption with a grade James Walker at Oregon City last Adix get jt Bobby is resting very be provided. Unless you get there wa* the aPP*arance of the high
The Band dance given in the Gem of 90 in that subject in the state Monday evening.
well but ¡t wjl, be gome time before before 10 o’clock no way will be ‘ch° o1 f lee club who8e work wa* de-
Theater building had a record examinations.
The usual Saturday night dance
he can be about again. provided.
The Bible school will *'ghtful and showed fine training,
crowd on last Saturday evening and
given by the Estacada band will be
While retUming from Gladstone thcn be he,d on time at 10 o’clock
MU* Ethel Hi*yman also played a
a fine time was reported by all.
Just arrived from Roxford< Mich, omitted this week on account of the one day laat week Mrg T F Rea. at the Grange hall grove. There p'ano 8ol° in her uaual P*ca8lng
manner which was heartily enjoyed.
Mrs. W. W. Rhodes and daughter full grain horse hide gloves, cotton Grange dance at Cogswell’s hall, at gan and Mr RusieU Betts and chil- wiil be *eat* f<>r you there, too.
The People's Eagle Creek.
Mildred spent Friday evening and back, knit wrist.
dren Margaret and Vernon met with
This will be a special bible school
° thcr nUmbcr* Wtr* *trin* tn *
Saturday with relatives in Oregon Store.
The Neighbor* of Woodcraft will quite an accident when the car In service. After this at the eleven by the Yocum family; guitar solo
Guests at the Theo. Ahlberg home hold one of their very enjoyable which they were riding was run into o’clock hour the communion and by .M‘#* Ruth Day: a"d
Friends of Mrs. Lloyd Ewalt of on Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Jack card parties on Thursday. May 2 0 . , by another car over by the Clear preaching service will be held. The orcht ,trl1 ln *ong and string which
Currinsville will be sorry to Fear Skidmore, Mr. and Mrs. Armund Everybody is cordially invited to be Creek bridge. The wind shield was sermon being upon the subject, The Wai uR0°d-
broken and the children were slight- Divine Creed of the New Testa- . , 10 * -"tacada school* are indeed
that she is ill at the Oregon City Adams and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. there.
The Greater Clackamas Union of ly rut, but fortunately none were ment Church of Christ. Then after , °r " nate . 'n a' lrl*
P. A. Adams and daughter, all of
Club« will meet Friday evening at Hurt badly.
the noon luncheon, we will return */n° Un ? musica
ta f nt among
Now in stock. Bronco Elk shoes
Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Womer had Molalla. Dr. Norman F. Coleman. The logging machinery formerly home. Come and bring your basket ..vp'/v *, .»A't
for men, the Wolverine line. 1000
used by Porter-Carsten. Logging a"d enjoy th. service with us. The
’ * ° rt t0 fUrth°r ,ta deVel°>*
mile estimate. Ask the man who their children home on Mother’s Day President of Reed College wiU speax
wears them what he thinks. Sold last Sunday. Their guest» were Mr. on the subject. “Growth of the Co., in their work at Camp 1H on “ther service of the day will be in "" ” '
Mrs. Mrs. George Guttridge en-
and Mrs. Floyd Spurlin and daugh Community Mind.” A chicken din- North Forkf is being shipped back *he church building. C. E. at 7
at $3.90 at the People’s Store.
ner will be served. Also three-min- to Portland this week. It is ru- ° cl°ck, topic< “How to Use Our tertained on Tuesday evening at a
Miss Leila Howe who recently ters and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Womer ute booster talks, introductions and mored that a new company will Bibles.”
Miss Herman, Leader, delightful party for her children,
graduated from the Normal school and daughters of Corvallis, Mr. and general get-to-gether meeting. soon begin operations on the Porter-
Then the evening service is the The honor guests were the boys’
at Monmouth has accepted a fine
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Cary were
Carstens holdings and if true will y°ang people’s night and the ser- teacher* at school. Miss Herman,
position with the Pendleton schools. Oregon City, Chester Womer of Portland visitor* on Saturday Mr. give employment to a number of mon W'B
subject, “Young Miss Sunderland and .VRs» Schmidt
She will serve a« assistant superin
Cary is spending considerable time men again which will be a fine People and the Church.” Com* and who were also guests for dinner
tend-nL Her friends wish her well
join with u» in the worship.
Eechleman and w n oi Estacada. , over at hie auto camp oa the coast • thing.
in this new work.
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