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Devoted to the Interests ot Eastern Clackamas County
EASTERN CLACKAMAS NEWS THURSDAY, JULY 1, 1926.
MR. AND MRS. STEPHENS
I State Brings Charge Of
RETURN FROM TRIP EAST
Cruelty To Animals
Sunday, June 27, Mayor and Mrs. Arguments and pleadings made
Clackamas county Democrats,
returned from a trip to by A. A. Warr, defenuant, did not
ever hopeful and enthusiastic, met
tored to Gladstone on Sunday and the East during
UPPER EAGLE CREEK
which they visited
Monday evening in the Chamber of
! visited with Ray’s aunt, Mrs. Martha with friends and relatives and en convince the jury of his inocence
Commerce rooms and formally or Mr. and Mrs. ---------
Douglass were j Danchey.
the trial at the town hall at Esta
countered many of nature's wonders at
ganized for the campaign that is Portland visitors Roy
which was the Yellowstone A. A. Tuesday,
Warr was accused of cruel
Mr. and Mrs. Pete Clester were ehiWren motored t0 Oregon City among
Several speeches were made, in up on the hill on Tuesday; they Qn Sund, y afternoni calhng on Mrs.
ty to unimals and wus held by A. L.
which it was held that the party went blackberrying down by the Douglnsg. gigter> Mrs. Lizzie Bluhm Mr. and Mrs. Stephens started on Cross of the State Humane Society.
trip May 29, and their first The animals involved in the case
can be successful if it will show
is getting along very well af- their
at Pendleton and Baker, were four wild horses belonging to
the needed aggressive confidence. Mr. and Mrs, Jim Denning were ] . who
tcr her operation which she under Oregon, where
they visited i short VV. W. Smith, attorney of Estacada,
Speakers who sounded the key-note calling on Mrs. Ed Douglass last went
some tima ago
time with friends. From there which
of confidence were H. G. Stark Wednesday.
had been brought from the
weather, O. D. Eby, C. N. Waite Mr. and Mrs. Dick Gibson were Mr. and Mrs. 'Claude Woodle and they drove to Boise where they Portland Feed and Fertilizer com
of Corbett, were calling spent a half day before starting pany to Warr’s ranch with orders
and Mrs. Madge Fortune.
visitors last Wednesday. children
of Ray Woodle Sunday across the desert country in Idaho to break them for pack horses.
In making his swan song A. A. Estacada
who has been in Port evening,
Wyoming. At Kearney, Ne C. B. Boyer, witness for the
Price, retiring chairman, who is land Mrs. with Akers
Mr. Akers, returned home Mr. and Mrs, Walter Douglass, aud
reunion was held for three plaintiff and W. W. Smith, stated
now a candidate for the legislature, last Wednesday,
accompanied by M r. and Mrs. Will Douglass and of the a Stephens
brothers who had that they had seen Mr. Warr jab
urged that the only means that will her mother, Mrs. Stone.
since they were bing one of his horses with a pitch
lead to sure success is through or Mrs. Paddison, Mrs. Akers and Mrs. . . R.
ganization and a display of party Mrs. Stone went to Portland last and Mrs‘
fork. The defendant, however,
V"-*11 Douglass Sunday young boys.
A week was spent in Denver, Col stated that he did not have a pitch-
George F. Johnson, county audi
Will Douglass went fishing Sun orado, visiting friends and relatives fork when Mr. Boyer and Mr. Smith
him getting along nicely.
tor, was chosen county chairman; found
day, and on his way home he met after which they motored to the called at his place.
Mrs. Emma Aldredge, secretary; boys were out to he rdaughters’, a skunk in the path, which was on Yellowstone National Park where The jury found Warr guilty but
M. D. Latourette, treasurer; H. G. Mrs. Perry Murphy, the past week, the fight—for he said he had a they found many beautifuland inter decided leniency and A. A. Warr
Starkweather, state committeeman; picking and canning cherries and fight with it. He had nothing to esting things.
was fined $50 and sentenced to 30
Gilbert L. Hedges, congressional berries.
kill it with, and didn’t like to strike "The geysers are wonderful," Mrs. days in jail. His case may be ap
Creek grange held its reg it with his fishing pole, so it got Stephens reported when she ex pealed to a higher court.
It was announced that it was the ular Eagle
the Grange hall on away after scenting him up some. plained about “Old Faithful,” and Attorney for the plaintiff was
purpose to organize in every pre Saturday, but at owing
busy Virgil Douglass bought two pigs the ‘Minute Man,’ but the moun Levy Stipp, of Oregon City, and at
cinct and attempt to put over all time, only 23 patrons, to 7 the
of Dick Gibson the other day.
tain scenery does not excell that in torney Beattie of Oregon City
the men who have accepted the and two visitors were present. An Guy Wilcox has been busy these Estacada
pieaded the case for the defendant,
Democratic nominations for office. interesting meeting and a delicious days cutting hay for Mr. Alspaugh. Mr. and
VV. W. Warr.
These include O. D. Eby, for the dinner was enjoyed by those pres Dick Gibson sold two pigs on home by way of the Mount Hood
U. S. NAVY RECRUITING
state senate; A. A. Price, Louis ent. It was a celebration of the Monday.
Loop and completed their trip Sun
OFFICER VISITS ESTACADA
Kohl and E. G. Rwbinson for the 25th anniversary of the Grange.
day. They stated that the best
legislature. Governor Pierce was The Lecturer’s Hour was very en
roads over which they drove were C. A. Merritt, U. S. Navy re
active in securing pledges to make tertainingly spent. Those taking
cruiting officer of Portland who has
the race, and is expected to assist part were: Song, by the Grange;
charge of the Clackamas county dis
the candidates in the campaign. The recitation by Leslie Hicinbothem, about done for this year and many SIX-YEAR OLD CHILD
trict, was in Estacada, Tuesday,
Governor is naturally anxious to piano solo, by Ruth Hale; reading, improvements on the road have
KICKED BY HORSE June 29, with the report that he
have friends in the legislature in Ruby Hoifmcister; history of Eagle been made,
Mr. R. S. Chaney and Ralph On last Sunday evening the six- will be in Estacada every Friday.
case he should be re-elected.
Creek Grange, from the day of its Chaney
are rebuilding on the year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Guy According to officer Merritt, there
organization up to the present time dwelling house
will be 25000 discharges this year
Wilcox was seriously injured. While that must be made up with enlist
and read by Mrs. Maggie Mr, and Mrs. of Henry
RECEIVED BY FRIENDS written
Bates; recitation by Frank Paddi son Richard were dinner guests of he and bis little sister were playing ments, and that there will be 7,000
recitation, Eleanor Akers, solo Mr. and Mrs, H. Johnson on Sun around a horse which the sister had vacancies for petty officers.
Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Hurst and son;
been riding, the hors8 kicked, strik Special educational courses and
Betty Weatherby, reading,
Mr. and Mrs. John Irvin received
Linnie Gibson; remarks by day.Master Donald Carruth of Port ing the little boy in the face frac opportunities for th elearmng of a
invitations to the wedding of Miss Mrs.
Karl Eaton and Mrs. Weather land is spending his vacation at the turing the jaw bone and nose.
trade are given those who enlist.
Muriel Moffatt and Edward Gordon Mrs.
both of Seattle, Wash., June 27. by.The Grange visitors Were Mrs. home of Mr. and Mrs, J. Paulsen. Dr. Rhodes was called, where first 1 WO BALL GAMES SCHEDULED
was given and he was then taken iOK ESTACADA CELEBRATION
Miss Muriel is the grand daugh
His mother is attending summer aid
Weatherby of Garfield and school
to the hospital by hia
ter of the late Mrs. M. E. Dubois. Betty
Mrs. Karl , Eaton
Grass _ Valley Mr. at Chris
Muriel spent one winter here with and_member_oi
One of the attractive features of
.. of Shear«
Satur- uncle, Mr. Roy Wilcox.
Grang^ day and Sundfly jn Port,. nd>
He is resting as well as can be ex the 3-day celebration at Estacada
her grandmother and made many a new Grange just organized
a Mrs. Koehler and mother, Mrs. pected considering the seriousness will be a baseball game July 4th,
friends while here. All join in
of the accident. His mother is with Estucadu vs Giliis on the Estacudu
wishing them a long life and happi short
Harders of Portland are vis him
Sherd Jones was out to Roy Louise
neid at 1 p.m., and East Portland
Douglass’ last Friday to do some Harders.
vs Estacada July 5th at Estacada
PIONEERS HOLD MEETING plumbing in the new house for him. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Rath and son L. S. TENNY HOME BURNS at 1 p.m, The first game between
Mrs. Hattie Clester was the Henry visited with Mr. and Mrs.
Gulis and Estacada will decide the
Saturday afternoon, June 25, the guest of her daughter, Mrs. Ed Renalcman in Portland over Satur Mr. and Mrs. L. 8. Tenny of championship between the two teams
Viola had the misfortun8 to lose ouch having lost on8 game to the
Eastern Clackamas Pioneer Associ Douglass during the week-end.
day and Sunday of last week.
home by fire on last Tuesday other out of two games played. The
ation, which consists of forty-year Mr. and
. . . by some friends,
, . , motored
. , | i , , Little
. . . . William
, celebrated afternoon,
residents of Oregon held a meeting companied
Ea«t Portland team has taken one
in the old Gem theater for the pur out to Upper Eagle Creek Sunday, Miss Sarah Howard spent a few Mrs. Tenny was in the house game from Estacada but the loculs
paying a visit to their farm home days in Portland the other week. working when she suddenly discov are confident that the game July
pose of electing officers.
ered the house on fire, presumably oth, as well as the gam8 with Giliis
Ed Bates called the meeting to out here which is rented by Mr.
started by a spark .falling on the will end with the heavy score on
order and offered his resignation as and Mrs. Will Douglass,
roof, and in a short time, despite
president and John Stormer was Mr. and Mrs. “Doc” Hannah were
side of the bourd. It is hoped
elected to take his place. W. H. the dinner guests of the latter’s par Robert Currin who has been em the efforts of those who were called their
baseball fans will give good
Wade resigned as secretary & teras- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Douglass ployed in Portland spent the week hurriedly the house had burned to support. Two fast games are as
end at his home in Currinsville. th8 ground.
urer and J, K, -Ely was elected. on Sunday.
John Duus was elected vice-presi Mrs. Katie Douglass, Virgil Doug Miss Elsie Poole, former Currins Quits a number of things were
lass and family were also guests at ville grade school teacher, was in a saved, but it was quite a dreadful MRS. GOHRING ENTERTAINS
Members of the association were th8 home of Walter Douglass Sun serious automobile accident Sunday loss to the Tenny’s after all.
evening while on her way from Sa They carried a small amount of Mrs. H. C. Gohring entertaine
appointed to solicit their respective day.
a number of friends at her home o
neighborhoods for new members H. S. Gibson took dinner with lem to Portland with friends. The insurance.
fnuisday afternoon in honor of In
and to give them information about
cousin, Mrs. Fred Kist and chiidre
the association. H. F. Gibson was Wm. Asp hauled the wood for the bile and electric train collided at
who are leaving soon to make thei
appointed for the Barton-Eagle fireplace in Roy Douglass’ new res the Dundee 'crossing.
Henry Heiple spent the week-end “Clamoring for a King,” will be home in Corvallis.
Creek territory; Walter Douglass idence last week.
pleasant afternoon was sper
for Douglass and Dover; Mrs. T. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Woodle mo- with his family in Currinsville. « the subject of the sermon at the in A visiting
after which a daint
11:00 o’clock service Sunday morn
Yocum for Garfield and Mt. Zion;
Mrs. Griffith, Viola and Logan and
LOCALS AND PERSONALS
pastor. In the evening at the 8 '1 hose enjoying this delightful al
J. K. Ely, Estacada,
fair were Mrs. F. C. Bartholomei
The Pioneers are planning a big Clover mildew is showing up Miss Lila McKenney was here o’clock service the subject will be and
children May Rose and BuUdj
supper to be held sometime in the again
Ahlberg and chiidre
near future, and the president, Ed tricts. Last year it was demon school at Monmouth for the sum Sunday school commences at 11 Junior iheo.
Mrs. Ed Bute
Bates, appointed a committee which strated that this mildew could be mer.
o’clock with Mr. Lawrence as sup Mrs. W. and H. Arnold,
consisted of Matt Lonsberry, John controlled by dusting the plants with Curley Duncan is driving a fine erintendent. Immediately following Sparks, Mrs. Nina B. Mrs.
Duus and Dick Gibson to prepare sulphur at the rate of ten to twen new Chevrolet coupe which he re the Sunday school is the Junior
Kist and children Helen an
for the event.
pounds per acre when the cently purchased thru the Cascade church at 10:45, with Mrs. Rankin Fred
and the hostess,
Badges for the Pioneers to wear ty-five
on all occasions are to be prepared cases a second application was ne
are urged to stay for this service as
and J. K. Ely, Mrs. John Stormer cessary. In other fields, lime and Mrs. Wm. Fink and daughter Miss it is their service.
and Mrs. T. Yocum were appointed sulphur was sprayed on at the rate Gertrude spent Sunday in Portland The Epworth League will not
Mr. link who is still confined meet next Sunday, owing to the
to take care of the matter.
one and ono-half gallons of lime with
The association will welcome as of
fact that a number of the Leaguers
sulphur to one hundred gallons Miss hospital.
new members any persons who have and
Alice Kilgore is here from will be away for over the 4th, but
been residents of Oregon for forty ever, is some what more complicated California and expects to spend the they are planning for a social in
years or more.
visiting relatives here and th8 church basement Thursday of
than is the use of the fertiliser sul summer
mother in Portland.
next week. Several members of the
phur which has been ground up very
finely. It is more satisfactory if Mr. and Mrs. James Freeman and league are looking forward with
the temperature is fairly high for children of Huber, Oregon, were great anticipation to going to the July 3, 4 and 5 at the Es
We are going to have the regu dusting
the plants, with sulphur, but here on Saturday and Sunday at the Epworth League Institute at Fails tacada Park Pavillion. Mu
lar church services even though it the reverse
is true of the lime and home of Mrs. Freeman’s parents, City, August 2nd to 8th. All who sic lor the dance will be
is the Fourth of. July. Let all that sulphur spray.
can possibl, go to the institute are
wanting Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Barr.
have the opportunity come to the further information Persons
to plan to go.
furnished by Pearl Rae and
Bible School and Church services. may get into touch with the County ing extended Mr. Robert Zink in the urged
pastor will proach at Dover her female orchestra—the
The morning sermon is upon the Agent's office at Oregon City.
passing of his wife who died at their church Sunday afternoon at 3
great Bible theme, “Darkness and
jitney way. A good time
Light.” In the evening it is upon Mrs. Clyde Schock spent several home in Portland last week.
The Garfield Sunday school is assured. All come and
the subject, “The Meekest Man in days in Portland during the past Mr. and Mrs. Zink formerly lived continuing
throughout the summer. camp over Sunday and
on the Warnock place in Spring-
all the World.” These sermons will week.
has been rather
be to th^point and the services will
small for a few Sundays, but it is
be out promptly at noon in the Mrs. J. W, Carson was a passen community.
Mr. Zink has acted as express
morning and promptly at nine o’
now that the berry picking
messenger on the express and mail is crease
clock in th esevening. You are cor Sunday morning.
dially invited to come and worship Mrs. Arthur Peterson and chil train for many years and has A cordial
invitation is extended
with us. Every Lord's day is a dren Arthur and Gloria returned learned to know many people in to all to worship
celebration of our Declaration of from Portland on Tuesday having and around our community who will
Independence from sin thru Jesus visited with Mr, Peterson for sev indeed be sorry to learn of his sor Mr. Dan Matson was a Portland
visitor on Sunday.
Former O. A. C. Graduates COUNTY DEMOCRATS
Hold Picnic At Estacada
On Sunday, June 27, in the Esta-
cada park, a most delightful time
was enjoyed by a party of sixty,
made up of O. A. C. graduates and
ex-students and their families.
This reunion was brought about
by the graduates of the class of
1902, with Miss Maude Sturgeon
acting as hostess who invited their
friends of earlier and later classes
to join them.
They came laden with lunch bas
kets, and a keg of ice cream made
its appearance through the kindly
foresight of C. W. Laughlin, gradu
ate of 1902, Astoria, manufacturer
of Frost Kist ice cream.
While all were seated at the long
table, Mr. A. J. Stimpson, graduate
of 1898, Portland, presided as toast
master in his usual happy manner.
Among those responding was Prof.
F. L. Kent, f Portland, who was
head of the dairy department at 0.
A. C. while these graduates were
students. Next in order was a
rousing college yell then little John
Kilpack, Jr., five years old, was lift
ed to a place on the table and
charmed all with several readings.
Those present were Mr. and Mrs.
A. J. Stimpson, Mr. and Mrs. J. G.
Kilpack, Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Tulley,
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Wiley and Mr.
and Mrs. E. R. Wiggins and famil
ies J Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lusted,
Miss Dedie Lusted, Mrs. C. C. Heiff;
Mrs. Grace VonderHellen and daugh
ter; Mrs. C. V. Ross and sister and
family, Mrs. M, L. Wiley; Mrs.
Edith Turcher and son; Misses Evea
and Evae Applegate and Prof. F. L.
Kent, all of Portland. Mr. and Mrs.
C, W, Laughlin and family of As
toria, Mri and Mrs. R. W, Hellen-
berg and son of Salem, Mr, and Mrs.
Roy Howard and daughter of Ore
gon City. Mr. and Mrs. G. H.
Thompson and daughter, Mr. and
Mrs. J. J. Thompson, from Macleay,
Oregon; Mrs. F. L. Lusted of Gresh
am; Mr, and Mrs. L. M. Yocum and
family, Mrs. E. T. Jones, W. R.
Jones, Mrs, Gerald Wilcox, Mrs. S.
J. Sturgeon and Miss Maude Stur
geon of Estacada,
STREET DANCE TO BE MAIN
EVENT IN CELEBRATION
For three days, July 3, 4, and 6,
Estacada will be gay while a var
iety of entertainment is enjoyed by
those who celebrate a safe and sane
Fourth in their home town, The
outstanding feature of Estacada's
three-day celebration, however, will
be a big street dance given by the
Estacada band, July 5, on Second
street, between Broadway and Main,
in front of the post office.
Peppy music, furnished by the
local band will start promptly at
eight will create a dancing spirit
not to be resisted. Everyone is in
vited and a good time is asured.
10c for a single dance or three
dances for 25c, A street dance is
equal to a carnival—don’t miss it.
ACCIDENT ON VIOLA ROAD
What might have proved a very
serious accident occurred on the
Viola road last Thursday afternoon
when the road plow which is being
used in working the road there
struck a root an dsuddenly jumped
from the rut in which it was plowing
striking Ed Fricken and Mr. Will
iamson, knocking both men down.
Mr. Fricken was injured the most
seriously, his back being hurt. How
ever, both men are getting along
nicely and they are counting them
selves fortunate in not being laid
up for some time.
The Board of Directors, School
District No. 108, will receive bids
up to July 23, 1926, board to meet
at the high school building, bids to
be for painting the grade school
buiiding—the building to receive
on8 coat except where old paint is
scaled or loose. These places must
be scraped and well cleaned and an
extra coat put on . The job is to be
done in a good and workmanlike
manner. The board will furnish the
paint. Board also reserves the
right t« reject any and all bids.
Wm. DALE. Clerk,
NOTICE OF CHANCE OF BIDS
Board of Directors, school Dis
trict No. 108, board to meet at high
school building, calls for bids for 70
cords of first class 4-foot wood de
livered to the school building. The
Board reserves the right to reject
any and all bids.
Wm. DALE, Clerk.
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