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Devoted to the Interests ot Eastern Clackamas County
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ESTACADA, OREGON, THURSDAY, JANUARY 13, 1927
L O C A L IT E M S
KNOTHOLE GANG TO
I COLLECTS FUNDS TO
PLAY HERE MONDAY
NUMBER ’ 5
ALL-STARS Du OP
ONE; GAI'J ANOTHER
On Thursday, January 6,
the Neighbors of Woodcraft held
j|le Community club will meet on
The next game scheduled by Man-
S J . Harkenrider reports that In
their annual installation of officers. ’ ^ e 28th.
o.ger Bob Cooke for the All-Stars L has met with great enceura r n c r
Beaten by the Gladstone 'r e s on
Lola Dodson acting as installing of- i , T
. nt»rtained : *° *>e Pla-ved on tbe high *ohool gym ¡in (soliciting subscriptions for the '.belt- own floor Saturday night, the
He i? E ■ aeada A!!-St;:rs reco- ered then-
Brief Resume cf Happ • ir.g:
ficer installed Margaret Moss as ^ dinner*last ^Sunday' Mr. and Mrs. Ifloor ncxt Momla-v ni* ht with
| grading of Broadway street.
guardian neighbor, Mattie Fuller as Frank Nichoh s and son and daugh Knothole Gang. This team is uncle- jnecring the sum he set out to obtain. lost prestige by upsetting the bri 3 -
tlte Werk C llected u r
this season, Their home floor | 3450
which it was understood kctball dope which forecast a trim
advisor, Mattie Cahill as past Guard- ter, Mr. and Mrs. Allen Larkins and | feated
ian neighbor. Carrie Marshal as m a -¡ Mr and M„ Elmer Granes of Upper s the B ’nai B ’rith gyni and they ere i would bo matched by a Ik e sure ming for them Monday night to be
|an independent organization of firs ¡from the city.
gician, Violet Ammacher as attend-
administered by the Oregon M>
Walter II. Gilliam has been aP- ant, Sylvester Lawrence captain of
Estacada has a team which!
fhe Prop..sal wr.s made bv Mr ' awka on the Col-’scum floor at
A telegram to Mr. and Mrs. A. S. r-ters
pointed postmaster of Dixonville, in guards Evelyn Lawrence, Cecil Dod
Hassell, Monday, announced the ar deserves hearty support and th e : Harkenrider that the street be grad- Portland. They left no doubt ns to
son and John Richards managers rival of a daughter in the home of will give any team a good game. It f d t0 mak« i t a fllfe thorofnro for which is the better team when they
In an attempt to stamp out an epi- Jane Bishop clerk, W. F. Fuller bank- Mr. and Mrs. R. V. Hassell of Aber is hoped that all the fans will come team travel, the asphalt grade on walked awnv with the tfame to the
demic of scarlatina. City Marshal er, Augusta Sagner anti Lola Snyder deen, Washington. This is their out.
Mnm street being: slippery a. times, tune of 46-32. And incidentally, by
Haag of Cove has authorized shooting inside and outside sentinels, John second grandchild.
ie matter was brou n. up two comparative scores, they have a big
of ail stray cats.
Richards flag bearer, Frank Marshall
jeers ago but has beer, hold up Until , .¡Jge on the Wr.sheug.'l team which
Mrs. R. H. Carter will entertain
BAND DANCE SATURDAY
other street improvements were ' was defeated the same evening by
Receipts at the Baker postofice for musician and Grace S h a r d s corres- the past officers of the Eastern Star
it he Mohawks.
192G \. jre $57,312.82, according to W. P°ndent-
The Hoesley orchestra made n !,a ;d fo r’
The ceremony was very impressive expects to leave for Newberg soon, great hit in the dance held here las
S. Bowet*3, po3tm.ar.ter. Last year
In the Saturday game, which was
U. OF O GRADS TO MEET
and was assisted by excellent floor but the children will continue their week and it has been decided to
they were $54,987.39.
presumed to belong to the local
work by the guards. A beautiful pin school work here.
put on these dances oftener. This
team, severe! of the less experienced
Louis E. Bean, who assumed his
UNIVERSITY Or OREGON, Eu
T. J . Craig of the state game com coming Saturday evening they will
pl- err of the All-Star squad started
duties as a member of the public serv which was the insignia of the office
she had just vacated, was presented mission is here superintending the be here again With the latest popu
'. first cp.nir.cr, but the Gladstone
ice commission last week, was elected
to Mattie Cahill by the Neighbors of planting of fish from the local lar music. The date is the 16th and is expected to be represented by the | beys showed so much clr.rs - n.d got
chairman of that body.
Woodcraft to show their appreciation hatchery in the upper Sandy and the place is the band hall.
I rush a lead that the regulars who
Fines collected in Bend in 1926 to for the good and faithful work she
r.nual meeting in Poitlahd, Jo n u - 1
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called In to stem ihe tide, were
taled $4095, according to the report had done in the past year.
~vy 20. President Arnold Bennett
Miss Vivian Gorham entertained
tumble :o br’n.g heme the bacon. The
of the city recorder. Revenue from
Hall will be the principal speaker.
TAKES ON NEW MAN
A short program was then given at a dinner party at the Estacada
game ended 35-30 with Giada:cno on
license fees amounted to $1535.
consisting of solos Miss Kirshum hotel Saturday evening, Mr. and
the long end.
Building permits were issued in
Bob Graham formerly with the and graduates are expected to at-
Lena Barr and Grace Richards, with Mrs. J . C. Moreland and Mrs. Wood
From the first whistle to (he last
Klan.a h Falls during 1926 for new
Denny barber shop, is now perma G'nd the gathering. Policies of the
several readings by Mattie Cahill and of Milwaukie.
E 'aeadn hoopers led the Oregon
construction valued at $2,905,818. July
The L. T. L., children’s division of nently associated with Art Smith in l niversity and :he part that the
Celcia Cahill. Following this was
Mohawks in the return game with
was the record month with $620,045.
short talk for the good of the order the W. C. T. U., will meet at the
that team Monday night. At that the
The public treasury of Baker county given by John Richards.
Methodist church next Saturday af Graham is a popular barber. He is ment of the institution will bo dis
p Ang work done by their oppon
was in a flourishing condition at the
A delightful luncheon was served ternoon at 2:30.
This is the second general meeting e n t was much superior to that of
Smith’s custom has grown too
close of 1926. the treasurer reporting in a beautifully decorated dining
Mrs. Wallace Smith and Mrs. Ray
Ir s been hold. Captain John J. ho E h • rada boys. But they could
cash on hand amounting to $240,337.40. room.
mond Lovelace who have been visit
not connect with the basket. The lo
Cottage Grove showed steady prog-
Several short talks were given by ing at Stayton during the past week, having another barber, he figures McEwan, footba l coach, Was the rn' boys are correctly named and
ress during the last year, building visiting members and also by Mayor have returned home.
their work :s highly individualistic.
The La Dee lumber mill has start meals more regular.
operations reaching a total of $400,-, Stephens. The rest of the evening
For ins'ance, Ray Lovelaoe can be
000, far exceeding that of any pre- was spent in dancing and in playing ed working again. The 1461 and
credited with eight points without as-
the night freight are back at work
DANCE AT BAKER’S
He tipped the ball to
UNIVERSITY OF OREGON, Eu B’V nnco.
Total fire loss in La Grande during
hrmself from the center position,
Leslie Kiggins who has been ill, is
1C23 was $49,501, according to the an-
GREATER UNION DATE SET
There will be a dance at Baker’s
dr'bblod to c sy range Diid shot four
still being taken to Oregon City for on Saturday, January 15. Tickets t :on of the first unit of a modern li
nual report of Fire Chic! C. C. Murchi-
backets with the whole Mohawk five
•eatments, and is unable to attend "nd supper will be furnished for 50c
son just completed. The 1925 1038
February 4, has been set as the
was $36,528 88.
date for the hdxt meeting of the
The Junior Syncopators, a five piece
r’n v ed < i ce lent leadership. At one
The seventh grade, with their orchestra, will be there to givr
Co-operation, feeding, testing and Greater Union of Clubs at Oregon
system were recommended to the r >lly by the Mohawks in which they
breeding were the outstanding points City, it is announced by Percy Cau teacher, MisS Rhoda Beck, spent an snappy music, it is promised.
ored several bankets with seeming-
legislature as immediate necessities
njoyable evening hiking up the
discussed at a meeting of more than f T h e program i§ not fully de
of the University by the board of !'.' no opposition, he broke the jinx
HIGH SCHOOL NOTES
200 dairymen and their families at termined upon but at least orte Of
by taking time out. When they went
regents in session yesterday.
Mrs. Dennie rturned to camp 1 %
the main events has been arranger
Haines last week.
back, the combination had bcen lost.
By LiPian Duncan
Although the scores would not indi-
James Stuart of Stanfield, 83 years for. The dinner will be provided
The Estacada high’s boys and girls
ccfe it. much credit for the success
of age, hat just completed his 62d year by the ladies of the Congregational been ill at Linn’s Inn. The baby is
basketball teams opened their sea
in the Masonic lodge, which makes church. An announcement of the very much improved,
Much interest wes shown in the of the tenra must, be given OsboT.e
A demonstration dinner was given son Friday night by losing two hard
who ploys stationary g u ’rd. At no
him the oldest Mason in point of mem program will be made later,
by Mrs. Gohrirtg at her home. After fought games to Sandy. The girls new Chevrolet Peacock models which t :me when the hr!) came into oppo-
bership in the state.
the dinner a card game was en being defeated 11-33, and the boys
INJURED BOY IMPROVES
Citizens of Curry county, business
day. Half of them were sold on the noir* territory was he far from it. At
Milton Matthews, the Cuirinsville joyed by al! present.
12-49, respectively. Although de
outguess'ng h's man he is clever and
men and ranchers, have formed a
school boy who had his arm broken
Don’t forget the Christian En feated, the squads showed lots of lay of arrival. Mr. Wilcox, local .3 a result of his work, the hall spent
stock company and organized for
ep-esentative, stated that it
deavor meeting at the Christian
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unavoidable automobile ftcci
printing a newspaper to be called the dent la3t Frid
along church every Sunday evening at fight, and promise to develop into been a real pleasure to show thes" moot of the time within range of the
Gold Beach Independent.
nicely Qn hj9 w&y tQ m o v ery ; ttf 0:30 o’colock,
"a’ s because they are So nicely built Er.'aeada goal,
they instantly call out adm> ng
Portland postoffice receipts in De- ,vas knocked down by the fender of
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Wilcox, from
The second game of the season
4 R. Ulrich
exclamations from those who view
cember were 5.44 per cent over De- a pagsj ng ear driven by Roy Wilcox Antelope, were guests of Mr. and
will be played with Oregon City in them.
Van S'yks 2
cember of last year, according to fig- of Estacada when he darted across Mrs. L. E. Townsend on Friday even
our home gym this Friday r.ight
P. Lovelace 22
ures announced recently.
The re- the road out of a group of other ing.
and we hope everyone wiii turn out
DALE SMITH AND FRIENDS
ceipts aggregated $363.000.
Mrs. C. B. Lawrence of Portland, to help support the teams.
Real estate brokers licensed In Ore-
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who has been visiting her grandson,
gon in 1926 numbered 1919, according P. E. P. CO, IS NOT
Sylvester Lawrence of Springwater,
Miss Bryant has just finished
to a report Issued by the state real
BEING MISTREATED returned to her home Monday.
demonstrating to her cooking cla -3
BA K ER’S DOZEN SEW
estate commissioner. There were 768
Too much credit cannot be given
Lonsberry and Reed have been how to clean and prepare a chicken.
licenses issued to salesmen.
to the youthful evangelist in charge
I want to say this to the people of busy lately stocking up with wood
The Smith-Hughes work in s- wing
Kenneth McKenzie, 15, was In a Sa Estacada and Eastern Clackamas for their yard.
A party will be given by the of the meeting held at the DouglafS
hi"h was organized in December, is
Miss Vada Montague, who spent Buccaneers and Seagulls, the two R’dge school house Sunday after
lem hospital suffering from the ef county that I hold no grudge against
fects of swallowing a 50-cent piece, the P. E. P. Co., as an article in the Christmas holidays at her home losing sides in the Curtiss Publishing noons. lie is an evangelist, worthy rowing in popularity. The first
eeting, held Jcnuary 4fH. brought
X-ray photographs taken failed to re the Clackamas News of December in Arlington, returned to school here. Contest, to the Pirates, the winning of praise, and his ability is more
30th, last, by Ed. W. Cutting might
Mr. and Mrs. Brable and Reid, vis team, at the Estacada high this Sat surpising to those who know' his pre out 13 women. Al’. c n ’.ion and use
veal the location of the coin.
commercial patterns, making of
Marion county prune growers ex- indicate. Franklin T. Griffith, pres- ited Rev. Dunlop and report him im urday night.
pockets, and certain points
preased unanimously approval of seme ' den*;’ O- ®- Coldwell, vice president
Those who knew this reproduction
in the purchase and preparation of
Mrs. O. C. Olsted and sons, Ernest
form of organization to stabilize the and George J. Kelly the land man
We are sorry to say that Edna of “Peck's Bad Boy,’’ a few year,
market, at a meeting held in Salem are
friends as well as other and Gordon of Portland, were the Bates is now quarantined for Scarle' igo, will be surprised to know tha materials for sewing were taken up
then. Two e l’sr.es were organized,
Inst week, More than 250 growers at- officer9 and employes of the corn- week end guests of Mrs. Lane.
fever, but we hope that she will be his evangelist is none other than
on Tuesday, January 11th, 23
Dale Smith, formerly of Eagle
back to school soon.
women anpeared for work. A variety
Bend's municipal water system was
of dress problems are being solved.
Miss Brendel of Oregon City is the
completed at a cost of $550 000, a do me an injustice purposely or
Dale was born in Spokane, Washi Some have new material and some
ENTERTAIN AT CARDS
saving of approximately 8*6,000, John
ngton, of plain but very likeable old suits coats and dresses to be
Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Eshleman
Dubnis, engineer, informed members unjust to the P. E. P, Co., or do I
An enjoyable card party Was held i vrcnts nnd ap<-'it h-s early boyhood worked over. Some si'k and some
of the Bend city council at a meeting believe that the public should be un
ent* with theii sm " \ w l is h e w used, though more of
fair to the P. E. P. Co.
Mrs. Sturgeon, mother of Miss it the home of Mrs. Artisan. 600
was played, after which r light lunch
*’reM ‘n t*,at city- At 'he age o' he “girls ” as Miss Wilson calls
I hold water power rights on the Maud Sturgeon is ill.
Twenty-two cars of cattle left Baker
was served. Elen Yocum and H. r nine yearr‘ he ^oved with his paten’s hem, are making dresses of cotton
Clackamas river which I intend to
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wooster and
and Giant county zones for Portland
develop along with my resort that son, from camp 8, were week end Gohring won the high scores; Miss ° Ka(fle Cveek- Crtgon where h- or l’r.en suiting to begin with. It
Inst week. Six mein line cars were
Anna Scott and C. Palmer received i ius ed h,mse!f with the minor re looks as ’f thev would get the jump
I hope will be a credit to Clackamas
sitors of relatives in Garfield.
low scores and Mr. Perfins took the ponsibilitie» about the ranch,
from Grant and the remainder from county.
~n ‘Vo much irerrod spring ~ewing
Mrs. Mary Bartholomew of Hepp-
Baker. Eight cars were loaaed in the
A few years ago tha Smith famil; th's year.
I feel that my property is in jeop ner is visiting at the home of her door prize.
city of Baker.
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j moved to Portland, and immediate!;’
ardy and that it is up to me to de- son, F. C. Bartholomew.
! lJa' e 8tarted upon a ear»er that ha
T. J. Kirk. 90, pioneer of Clackamas f entj my interests, which 1 intend to
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Johnson and
county and an intimate friend of Dr do. I believe that the tieing in of Mrs. Rhodes were in Portland Mon rived at the home of Mr. and Mrs. j hvay* bcen his ambition. He studi <!
Jobn McLaughlin, died at. his home a construction railroad up the Clack day.
H. L. Springer Tuesday evening.
! music under Professor D’Aurville
THOMAS L KIRKWOOD, Pastor
stead at Upper Highland, near Oregon amas river public highway (with the
Mr. and Mrs. Clay Chaney became majoring in violin, and made such
Miss Anna Scott is busying her
Sunday School at 10 a. m., Ed
City, where he huJ engaged in farm P. E. P. Co. power project) would self in the tslephone office these parents of a daughter born last i°rked progress that he became
violin instructor in a short t:m.r, and
ing lor many years.
be creating a great monopoly which days.
At the 11 o’clock service the sne-
instructed more than fifteen studi n‘
The Port of Astoria terminals han the forest reserve of these United
Mrs. Mary Adams was called to
rement of the Lord's Supper will be
before he was fifteen years of ago
dled 369.353 tons of freight during States was never intended to do.
Portland Friday, at the death of hsr his camp at Taft, has returned hime.
subject i s,
“I had planned,” raid Mr. Sm *h. “Christ Our Passover.”
the year 1926. a gam of 10.342 tons
As far back as 1907 the Southern brother, P. H. Harth.
“to make concert work my p^ofes
over 1925. when the total traffic was Pacific made application for the
The Herman Davis family, formsr- again.
The r h:is'ian Endeavor meets at
Put this date down. The Com von, but after my conversion J re- the church in the evening.
353.991 tons, annual report of the traf Three Links power project and to ly of Garfield, have mads their home
■ lized that the world had a bigg r
munity club meets on the 28th.
fic department showed.
build new roads and trail*, many here recently.
The Ladies Aid meets on Thurs
Mr. and Mrs. Smith were Portland place for me. I have decided to day afternoon, January 20.
Mrs. J . McGinnis and Mrs, Davis
A course for carpenters in the use thousand of dollars were spent on
make evangelist and mission work
of the steel square will at once be the road between North Fork and from camp 8, were shopping in visitors Tuesday.
Services at George and Eagle
es akkehed in the Eugene high school Three Links, between the dates of town Tuesday.
Creek at 3 p. m. and 8 p. m. re
And now he finds time aside from spectively.
under the Stnlth-Hugha# act, accord 1907 and fall of 1911, when an as-
The Ed Bates family were quaran
his music classes at the Northwest
ing to Fred Chess, manual training s gnment was made to the Portland tined last Sunday for scarlet fever.
School of Commerce, to put in a
Railway Light and Power company. Mr. Bates is staying at Linn's Inn.
teacher of the city schools.
few hours every Sunday afternoon
Mrs. Perry Anderson entertained
There were a total of 3 45 industrial In the construction of this road by
holding his evangelistic services at
Mr. and Mrs. Potwin, now of Forest
accidents In the state of Oregon dur The Southern Pacific railway the friends at her home last Friday
the Douglass Ridge school house.
Grove, but formerly of Estacada,
ing th? week ended January 6, ac consideration was that this road was evening.
No one’s time is too valuable to celebrated the fiftieth anniversary of
R. W. Cary of Portland was a
cording to a report from the state In to be free for use of the public in
spare a couple of hours on Sunday their wedding at the home of their
dustrial accident commission. None lieu of crosaing public lands. Many iHisiness visitor in Estacada Wed-
with this sixteen-year-old self-made daughter Cecil Hughes, (Beth Pot-
citizens used this road and trail up esday.
of the accidents were fatal.
man, and to listen to his straight win).
Oregon monthly pensions have been the Clackamas river with every indi
forward interdenominational doc
Three sons were present: J . Pot-
granted as follows: Clara L. Sheffield.
trine and the music rendered by him win, d. P. Potwin and G. R. Potwin.
visit here Saturday.
Portland. $30: Themes V. Davis, Port public highway.
and his young companions.
Two of the children who could not be
Cancel every other engagement
R. W. CARY,
land. $30; Franklin Hall. Lebanon,
Services are held every Sunday a f there were G. M. Potwin and Mrs. H.
$20; E g ward Waldvogel. Baker. $30;
ternoon at 2:30.
W. Kuhlman of Detroit, Michigan.
more rooters like H. C. Stephens.
Portland, Oregon. the Community club meeting.
Bertha Steudiof. Eugene, |J0.
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