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EASTERN CLACKAMAS NEWS THURSDAY, MAY 20, 1926
] “K eeper of the Bees'*
State Legion Convention
Coming to Liberty Soon
To Be Held At Coos Bay
Editors Honor Bert Haney
Record Wins High Praise
‘The Keeper of the Bees” will be
With all the attractions fo the
Pacific Coast beaches at their dis shown at the Liberty Theater Mon
Julius Paulsen Sunday.
Pointing to nation-wide recogni
Mrs. Julius Paulsen is leaving for posal, as well as the hospitality of day and Tuesday, May 24 and 25.
The Neighborly club met with Easterin Oregon for a visit with rel the Coos Bay country for which Thig is a picture from the last book tion of the ability of Bert E. Haney
Mrs. Clarence Hull on Wednesday atives and friends.
that district is noted, delegates to of Gene Stratton Porter, known to as a public official, and the general
and had a very enjoyable time. The
the State Legion convention, Aug readers of American fiction as the approval of his record as United
next meeting will be in October.
ust 5( 6, and 7, on Coos Bay have “bird woman,” and possibly knows States shipping board commissioner,
CURRI NS VILLE ITEMS
Dr. Mariah White is expected to
a busy program outlined for them, more about birds, moths and wild Lotus L. Langley campaign mana
Mrs. Lloyd Ewalt returned to her according to announcement of the plant life than any other similar au ger for Haney has compiled a few
give a talk at the regular church
services on Sunday, which is being home Thursday evening, May 13, convention commission received to thor in this country. She wrote of many editorial commendations of
from the hospital at Oregon City day.
looked forward to.
books on that side of life that appeal Haney as supporting his contention
Earl Shibley and family of Port- where she has been ill for the past
This commission made up of rep to most of us< right living, right that Haney—because of his public
andl were Sunday guests at the J. week.
resentatives of North Bend and thinking and that sweet, pure child record and without regard to his
Mr. and Mrs. Stoutenburg of Marshfield Legion posts has raised life as it leadg to the making of other qualifications for office—
' A. Shibley home.
should be nominated by the Demo
Mrs. George Perry and children Salem spent Sunday at the home a fund of $5000 for entertainment good young men and women.
wore Portland shoppers on Satur of their sister, Mrs. George Walters. purposes and delegates and their ‘The Keeper of the Bees,” James crats of Oregon for the United
Andrew Shankland visited J. II. families will be guests of the posrs McFarlane, an ex-soldier of the late States senatorship.
Dinner guests at the Bard home Kitching, Sunday, at his home in as far as entertainment is con war was pronounced by the army “I believe,” Langley says in his
surgeons incurable of a wound that statement accompanying these quo
on Sunday were Henry Cromer and Currinsville.
Edgar Hall spent Saturday in
Drum corps contests, bathing would not heal. The doctor wanted tations, “that the voters of Oregon
beauty contests, free sea-food din to send him to Arizona tuburcular will be interested to know the high
Two new pianos were delivered Portland.
A delightful surprise party was ner, trips to U. S. Navy destroyers hospital, but he overhearing this regard in which Mr. Haney is held
in this neighborhood one day last
week by a Portland firm. One to given in honor of Delbert Kitching’s in Coos Bay harbor, trips to the plan -by accident, determined to throughout the country because of
the Carl Ward and one to the Henry fifteenth birthday on Friday e x il beaches and many other free attrac work out his own destiny and ran his record made as a member of the
ing, May 7. The guests gathered tions have been arranged by the away. On the road he met with shipping board. He not only made
many adventures. At last he met good there, but he rendered most
Roy Aycock was a Sunday guest at his home at eight o’clock and commission.
the evening was spent in playing
It is expected that fully 2500 the keeper of the bees, who, when valuable service to the shipping de
of Wilbur Howell.
Edward Shearer spent a few days games. His mother served lovely persons will be in attendance a* this dying, left James the bees, and by velopment of Portland in particular
refreshments and after wishing the convention, which is unique for the his care of them and his out-door and of all independent ports in gen
in Portland recently.
Every eral. It is proper, then, to submit
Ray Erickson and family of youthful host many more happy reason that two citie8 have com life regained his health.
Camp 10 visited over the week-end birthdays the guests returned to bined to entertain the American member of the Legion should see for public consideration, the follow
ing quotaitons gleaned at random
Legion, Legion Auxiliary and 40 & this film, and every child.
with relatives here.
from a great mass, as indicative of
8 of Oregon.
Emery Closner and family of Es-
tacada were Sunday guests of the
The Marine Journal, New York—
lines are assured for the event and
Ed Closner family here.
On Monday evening the American Mr. Haney has come to be well re
Jim Parks and family of Wood
Legion and Women’s Auxiliary to
land, Washington, were visiting on week-end with Mrs. Homer Glover. cussed chartering a vessel to travel the Legion were delightfully enter garded in Washington as a man of
vigor and independence and a stout
Sunday with his parents Mr. and
tored to Oregon City Sunday, visit housing committee is already at tained at a “500” party at the Bob partisan of the interests of Oregon
Mrs. Marvin Parks.
and the Pacific Coast.
Callerg at the Carl Ward home ing with Mrs. Virgil May while work and with the completion of
New York Evening World,—Bert
a new 100-room concrete hotel, no
on Sunday included Mr. and Mrs.
present who report a most enjoyable Haney is a man of good reputation
Alvin Dodson and children and Mr.
and Btands high in the esteem of
ledo were visiting at the home of countered in handling the delegatee. evening.
Mrs. W. J. Moore received the people of all political faiths on the
Road work is progressing very
prize for the evening having high Pacafic Coast. His particular griev
C. H. Paddison.
for veterans are planned.
satisfactorily at this time. The
score at cards.
ance *8 that President Palmer of the
black top is already laid from the
Emergency fleet corporation is al
her daughter home Sunday.
THE METHODIST EPISCOPAL
Grange hall past the store and still
close of the playing.
lowing the merchant marine to- run
The 19th annual picnic given by
the Eagle Creek Grange last Sat
IRA F. RANKIN, Pastor.
SENIORS PRESENT LAST
. ..Houston Post —Now that he has
urday was well attended. An inter
esting program was rendered in the
PLAY OF THE
SEASON finally resigned from the shipping
The subject of the sermon for
Mr. and Mrs. Kirkwood and baby afternoon. The quartette sung by next Sunday morning will be “The
board it is unfair to charge Mr. Han
visited with Mr. and Mrs. Held Sun the four girls of Douglass Ridge Burning of the White Elephant.’'1 Friday night, May 21, at the high ey with having played politic^ with
school was fine. Frank Paddison The note on the furnace will be school auditorium, the seniors of his membership on the commission.
Mr. and Mrs. Trosythe and chil of the same school did well too, in burned Sunday morning. Be sure to Estacada high school will present He was standing for s principle.
dren of Gresham were guests of Mr. reciting.
be at this service. Tell others. The “Mrs. Temple’s Telegram,” a com The people of the Northwest were
and Mrs. Ruhl Saturday and Sun
The dance in the evening at Cogs evening service will be at the high edy in three acts. This play con already familiar with Haney’* work
well’s hall was attended by a record school where the baccalaureate ad tains an abundance of fun without for their ports and were friendly
Mr. G. W. Wilson made a business | crowd and 172 numbers were sold. dress will be delivered by Rev. any element of offense. As noticed with him.
by Sir Walter Scott, “Oj what a
trip to Oregon City, also to visit
Among those attending the dance Mort.
The Baltimore Sun—Mr. Haney
web we weave, when first I has his own views of how our mer
his son at Gladstone.
from out of town were Miss Doro Sunday school ........................ 10:00
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Paulsen and thy Williams of the school of Cal- Junior church, sermon talk by Mrs. we practice to deceive.”
chant murine should be handled and
There is not a dull moment In the while they do not agree with Admir
children and Mr. H. Paulsen of | ifornia, Orville Cox and Lonnie Cas- Rankin ................... _............. 10:45
Portland visited with Mr. and Mrs. sel of Portland.
Morning service, sermon by the pas entire play and from the time the al Palmer’s head of the emergency
tor .......................................... 11:00 curtain rises until the last drop the
fun is fast and furious.
League Devotional hour
GIRLS’ BASKET BALL TEAM
FAIR BOARD ACTIVE
GRADE SCHOOL NOTES
The following ig the cast of char
Mrs. Rhodes and June and Joyce
The minutes of Secretary A. W. Evening service at the high school. Jack Temple, ......... Victor Bowman
of the fair association read Midweek prayer service Wednesday Frank Fuller ........... Foster Meyers Wilcoi visited the first grade room
Miss Lillian Homedew entertained
night at the church at 8:00 o’clock.
most charmingly at the George at last nikht’s regular meeting Subject, “The Need of Persever Captain Sharpe ....... Howard Davis for a short time Tuesday.
Carl Baker and Clarence Helge-
Lawrence home on last Thursday
John Brown ..............Ralph Enquist
have been absent from school
evening at a lovely party for the
Grand clearance sale under the
girls of the Estacada high school executive board of five directors auspices of the Ladies Aid society Mrs. Jack Temple ....Emma Coleman on account of illness.
Pupils having a perfect attend
basket ball team who had won let other meetings relating to buildings at the Lovelace-Gorham store, 8 a.m. Dorothy ........... Florence June Reed
ance and punctuality record for the
arrangements of grounds and formu
ters during the past season.
lation of plans for the coming coun to 9 p.m. Friday and Saturday May Mrs. Brown ..........Florence Hassell past four weeks are Leslie Hicin-
The evening was spent in playing
bothem, Walter Metcalf, George
ty fair which will open on August 3. 21 and 22.
cards, “Hearts” which proved most i-ast night's meeting was lengthy and “I will meditate on Thy precepts,
Moore« and Betty Barr.
Miss Thelma Wilcox crowded full of consideration and And have respect unto Thy ways.
won first prize< for high score and
I will delight myself In Thy statutes
The second and third grade pupils
Miss Florence June Reed received
I will not forget Thy word.”
in Miss Sunderland’s room sold
and Mrs. W. F. Honey, vice-presi- ‘ COMMENCEMENT EXERCISES
Mrs. W. E. Linn and Mrs. Hattie $13.75 worth of tickets to the P.-T.
The following guests were bidden
dent of the county W.C.T.U. re- * TO BE HELD FRIDAY, MAY 28 Boyer were shopping in Portland on A. benefit. Miss Sherman's room
for this delightful affair: Misses quested of the board space for their
sold $3.60 and Miss Herman’s room
Florence June Reed, Irene and Alice
$4.06 which proves that little folks
neadquarters and rest room at the
Commencement at Estacada high
Mr. and Mrs. V. Hillyard and
Kaake, Thelma Wilcox, Myrtle Hall,
¿air. This was gladly granted and school is to be Friday evening, May little daughter were guests at the are 83 active in disposing of ticket.
Erma Jones, Ora McKenney, Edna
as the upper grade children are.
plans of a permanent building were 28. A class of 21 will be gradu John Irvin home on Sunday.
Bates and Avis Cadanou.
Under the direction of Mr. Bush-
ated at that time. The address of
Miss Homedew is the girls’ ath
eight members of the Junioi
The board passed a resolution of the evening is to be given by Mr.
letic coach in the high school.
appreciation to all who had assisted Warrington of Oregon Agricultural daughter Wanda were shopping in band gave a very creditable per
Portland on Friday.
formance at the grade school as
.n the exercise of cornerstone lay- college. The program also includes
Mrs. W. W. Rhodes and Mrs. Wal sembly Tuesday afternoon.
.ng, and mentioned in particular the numbers by the high school orches
Though our Bible school and hiidren of the grade school and tra, a quartet from the girls’ glee lace Smith visited over tae week Fourth Grade—
Those pupils making an average
club, a brief address by one member end with friends at Stayton, Ore.
preaching services were held in the principal and the Gresham band.
90 in Arithmetic, 90 in language
grove at the Eagle Creek Grange
and 95 in spelling in the county
hall last Sunday and it was threat- .vay and will be ready for distribu tion of diplomas and honors. The J. Moore were Portland visitors on
tests are awarded small diplomas at
program begins at 8 o’clock.
ening.rain, yet we had 64 present tion in about two weeks.
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The board is receiving the encour
¿Mrs. Mary Ross, Miss Lillian Zogg the end of the term by superintend
and had all of our morning worship
ent Brenton Vedder.
there and had a big basket lunch agement of influential Portland resident of our city and has many and Mr. Ted Zogg were guests of
fourth grade pupils receiving
at noon in the dining room of the people as never before. Frequent friends here who will be interested friends at Antelope, Oregon, over such diplomas for this year’s work
hall and then enjoyed some simple
in one or more subjects are Merlin
Mr. P. T. Monroe of Springwater
games for awhile in the afternoon. plans are being formulated for the
Mr. and Mrs. Homer Server and Bullard, Phillis Lemon, Emery An
This coming Sunday our morning
children of Portland were visiting derson,
services will be held without inter .he state senate, joint district, and ary by fire Tuesday night at about relatives in this vicinity over the VVright< Max Gilgan, Lois Smith,
ruption at the usual hours in the
Ervin Douglass and Sednc De'Lapp.
church building. The morning ser ..amp, Woodmen of the World^ reg origin. Mr. Monroe had consider
Mr. Wallace Smith and Henry
We are glad to know that Robert
mon is upon “The Divine Day or the
Boyer are spending several days Snyder’s leg is improving as well as
Lord’s Day.” We will have the .ast night and are very active and though the building was partly In camping up in the mountains. They could bc expected.
Christian Endeavor at 6:45 p.m. at helpful in their work for the good sured means quite a loss.
were joined Wednesday by Dr.
The fourth grade is working on a
Announcements have been re
the church. Arnold Anderson, lead of the fair.—Gresham Outlook.
playlet, “Daffadowndilly,” and
Mr. Josie of Portland has pur
er. Topic, “The Influence of Christ
Schoolmaster” to be rendered
ian Missions in China." The even chased tht Perry Transfer Co., and of a baby daughter, Phyllis Irene to from Portland one day last week ¿May 26.
ing preaching service will be given will take possession immediately. He
to visit with her parents Mr. and Fifth and Sixth Grades—
up in order to Join in the union will move his family here the first Dalles. Mrs. Thompson will be re ¿Mrs. W. R. Hayden and other rel
Audrey and Beryl Ingles have
Baccalaureate service held in the of the week and they will occupy
to Coot county. They are
-ppartments in the old Bank build, formerly resided here.
high school auditorium.
missed from the fifth and sixth
Owing to many other events, the Community club has postponed its Members of the Eastern Star drove
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Allen of Marmot
Pupils receiving their diplomas
Community club hag postponed its
were visiting here Tuesday.
for excellent work in arithmetic dur
Mrs. F. C. Bartholomew was in regular meeting this month. Watch
ducting the servecies there for the ing the year were Helen Klaetach,
Portland shopping and visiting Tues for the announcement for the June
day which had been assigned to the Carol Yocum, Lois Bates and Au
lodges of Clackamas county for this drey Ingles.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Jennings and j A marirage license was issued in agency for the Franklin National In particular Sunday. They report a
Diplomas for excellent work in
little daughter Ruth returned from 1 Portland on Tuesday to L. S. Bron- surance Co. Mr. S. E. Wooster was large attendance and a very fine language were given Katherine Mar-
Portland Wednesday morning a fte r; son and Georgian. Clark, both of
den, Beryl Ingles, Audrey Ingles,
appointed agent for this district, j meeting.
a short visit in the metropolis.
1 Portland. Mr. Bronson is a former
fleet corporation, he is excercising
his right under the law in express
ing them. He may even be cantank
erous but he is giving an exhibit of
independence and of having a mind
of his own which is entitled to con
Los Angeles Exam iner —By con
stant hammering Haney forced the
retirement of Admiral Leigh C. Pal
mer as head of the corporation.
Portland Telegram —Portland has
had fine representation on the ship
ping board, Chamberlain, Teal, and
Haney, all high grade men who
stood head and shoulders above
most of their colleagues. To but few
men is given the opportunity to ren
der such notable service to the com
mercial interests of their country as
that which has marked the career of
Bert Haney as shipping commission
Portland Oregonian —In opposing
Admiral Palmer’s acts, Mr. Haney
has stoutly maintained the position
that this delegation of authority is
contrary to law and in so doing has
incidentally defended the interests
of Portland, his home; but not only
of this port but of every other inde
pendent port tht is struggling
against the influence behind Palmer.
All who know Mr. Haney know that
he is incapable of acting contrary to
any understanding he may have had
prior to his reappointment, also that
he would not knowingly enter into
any such understanding as is al
leged, since he would have been a
sacrifice to his known conviction,
often expressed and of the interests
of the community in which he was
born and has long lived as an hon
The Congressional Record —Reso
lution adopted by the United States
shipping board: Whereas, Honor
able Bert E. Haney of Oregon, sinco
July 1, 1923, a commissioner of the
United States shipping board hug
severed his official relations with the
board and whereas, by his legal abil
ity, his unfailing industry and active
participation in working upon the
problems of this board and his ag
gressive championship of an ade
quate merchant marine under the
American flag he has endeared him
self to the members of this board
with whom he has served.—Oregon
Glen Marchbank, Carol Yocum and
Diplomas were given for excellent
work in spelling to Carol Yocum,
Amanda L. Satver and Cecil Cahill.
Mrs. Gardner’s room presents a
very attractive appearance with its
myriads of gaily-hued butterflies
decorating the walls—the work of
skillful fingers in the fifth and sixth
exercises for the
eighth grade are to be held Wed
nesday at 2:30 o’clock in the gram
mar school* auditorium. The seventh
grade and parents of the eighth
grado pupil* are cordially inveted.
The grade school will present the
following program at the P.-T.A.
picnic on Tuesday afternoon:
Song ..“Open Wide the Gates of
♦1st and 2nd grades
Lois Smith, 4th grade
Girls of 1st and 2nd grades
Reading ........................“The Birds”
Phyllis Lemon, 4th grade
Song ....‘The Frisky Little Squirrel”
1st and 2nd grade«
Girls of 1st and 2nd grades
Playlet __“Daffadowndilly and the
Reading ..“The Origin of May Day”
Mildred Rhodes, 6th grade
1st and 2nd grades
STRAWBERRY SUPPER TO
BE HELD SOON
The ladies aid of the Christian
church announces a strawberry sup
per to be held on the evening of
May 26 at the Masonic dining room.
This supper will be served from
6:30 to 7:30 and will be cafeteria
style with lota of good strawberries
and other delicious eats. Everyone
is invited to come and enjoy a good
meal, the price of same being ac
cording to what you choose to eat.
Mr. W. R. Reid of Garfield was
a Portland visitor Tuesday on busi