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ESTACADA. OREGON, THURSDAY, JANUARY 20, 1927
NUM3ER I f
OREGON STATE NEWS
OF GEfjEHA- iifiEÜEsi
WILL EE BIG BERRY YEAR
ACCORDING TO FORECAST
ESTACADA LODGES IN
CLUB PROGRAM PREPARED
D I E STARTED
The next monthly meeting o f the
A joint installation o f the Odd Eastern Clackamas Community club
Fellow and Rebekah lodges was ob- is to bo held in the lobby o* the ¡
served by the Estacada orders on Estacada hotel on Friday, January
January 15. The ceremonies were in j 2G h. It is to be an important s o
o f installing
f the - fact
ho FIRST FUND RAISING EFFORT
_ officers District . j . aion
. . . . because
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j Grand Master, A. G. Ames; District jfirst action toward procuring
TO PE PARTY IN MASONIC
; Deputy President Hetty Oilgan and community bouse is to be token at
j Grand Marshals C. P. Johnson and I this time. A good program has been
Officials and stockholders o f the 1
Estacada Packing company met Tuos-
Wm- Cary returned from a trip
day night fo r their annual election to his Property at Glen Eden on the
Brief Resume of Tapp • ings of session. Optimism over the prospects beach Just *outh of the mouth o f the
for 1927 ran high throughout the Sjletz river- He reported that manv
the Wetk C litcted for
meeting. A bumper crop is forecast v>s‘ tors were there and that
cast by growers and a steady market beach bas become populai as a win-
seems assured from the fact that the ! ter rcaort_ íg we" 88 a summer Play-
new Libby, McNeil & Libby cannery i Kround- The weather there Sunday,
lT af eV ° r by \he f ? “ mltt“ “ 1 R'c r y enterprise must have a be-
J. C. Lonquist, 27. was killed at the will be in operation in Portland in he tells us, was ideal, to W'hich the E1VJ ! A! i i * r! ; ..
The Odd Fellow officers installed , which will appear the Ahlberg-Baker ginning.
Jones Logging company camp eight tJme tQ take care o f the output fronl answer was not, “ Same here.”
were: Ernest Marshall, noble grand; j violin duo, Mrs. Theo Ahlberg .1 the!
v. hilo there has been a lcng-felt
miles west of Vernonia when a tree this section.
The members of the Christian
Arthur Perry, vice grand; J. K. Ely, piano; Miss Alta Kershner and M-s. nPed f or a community house in this
fell on him
1 church met last Sunday afternoon
secretary; G. M. Devore, treasurer; Sam Barr in vocal solos and R. E, locality, and this neod has been
Geo. S. Gibson, agent for Libby,
Total shipments of horticultural and
. . . h p i at the church- to deeido Upon the W. H. Grabeel, warden; Sylvesterj Beck in a reading. Forest Ranger voiced horo and there, no definite
Hood ?IcfNel1 * ^
COmpany' w" ^ re ! question o f whether or not they Lawrence, conductor; Lester Craw- A. W. Armstrong will speak on for- | steps have as yet been taken to se-
last week talking over the situation1
River ct-unty for tne past season have
wa9” 'de should build new class rooms. The ford, inside guardian; Calvey Beeby, est service activities.
cure such an institution oxcopting
majority voted for the new addition,
reached 4538 cars.
cided at the meeting of the local
outside guardian; C. P. Johnson, R.
The community house discussion only tho preparations for a party
so we expect to see a room go up
Postmaster Hageman at Milwaukle cornpany, to lease the plant here to
S. N. G .; Lee McKinzie, L. S. N. G .; j will be opened by Bob Cooks and which will be given in the Masonic
reports last year’s business as the tbat organization. It is the policy
Geo. Walters, R. S. V, G.;Fred Craw-j Mrs, W. J. Moore as representatives building on next. Tuesday evening,
Miss Vivian Gorham is confined to
biggest in the history of the institu- 0f »be cannjng. company to appoint
ford, L. S. V. G .; John Bassett, R. S. of the American Legion and tho Aux* ¡January 2fith. If the success ot the
tion. The office was established in a local agent who wiU deal wilh tho her home, having suffered a mild at S.; Paul Holm, L. S. 8,; J. G. Hay- iliary.
project may be measured by the com-
tack o f ptomain poisoning, She is man,
■ i d p
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j plcteneSs o f the : rrangements tor
getting along nicely and Will soon be
Charles Hasnoss of Lyons, near
The Rebekah officers taking their WRESTLING MATCH
I this event, then we will have a com-
Officials chosen fo r the ensuing able to be out and meet her many
Scio, has lost 30 hogs during the last year by the Estacada Packing com
PROMISES ACTION mut'm,y house forthwith,
new posts were: Louise Linn, noble \
few days from what is thought to be pany arei p r„ id8nt, Earl Day; Vice
A Committee o f ladies, no use to
Ray Lovelace, center Oh the All- grand; Sadie Wade, vice grand; A m y:
ptomaine poisoning caused trout feed President, Paul Holm; Secretary-
L. Ely, treasurer; Nellie Hayman,
The Liberty Theatre will be the :aK|lli.:0„ nan,e;, becaua, lh#y arc act.
Star basketball team, has an offer
lug valley green corn.
Elizabeth Ames, warden; iscene of action on Tuesday Febru-
Treasurer, J. G. Hayman; members from the Mohawks o f Portland, to secretary;
| ing upon no special authority, got xo-
The Tigard schcoi bus ran into a of the board o f directors, W. R.
Mable Smith, conductor; Marie H ei- 1 arV L when Bill Thornton o. Port-1 Rethcr one 0ventn2 lagt week and
make an extensive tour o f the state
tree near Progress last week. Chil- Woodworth, J, S. Osborne and H.
pie, chaplain; Edna Grabeel, inner 1
“ Io(cal Erap- ! laid deep pians for a community
in their organization.
dren on the front seat with the driver Qjjgani
guard; Elinor Day, outer guard; P*er> ®en Blaisdel! o f Lagie Creek, piv.-.y wnicii would start o ff with a
Being a local affair the dances at
were thrown through the windshield,
Della Ewalt, R. S. N. G .; Evelyn itwice within the two hour limit. The
bang the movement for the desired
Baker’s hall draw a nice crowd. The
but no serious injuries resulted.
Lr.vvrenc*, L. S. N. G.; Della Law-1 boys will weigh in at 175 pounds
COUNTY AGENT NEWS NOTES next dance will be January 22.
house. Happily they anticipated the
Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Pike, Wallowa
effect o f a demonstration o f the
good bunch o f old timers is expected rence, R. S, V. G.; Grace Richards,
L. S. V, G. ; Elsie Poole, musician. success to give thorn confidence thm. Service such a community center will
county pioneers, celebrated their 60th
By J. J. Inskeep
as well as young folks.
weeding anniversary at Wallowa last
Clackamas county poultrymen Will
render upon those who entor into
Fred Hurd and Harry Wetzel of
shoulders will Caress the canvas.
WILD LIFE PROTECTION
week. Both are in excellent health, be glad to learn that H. E. Cosby, Connell, Washington, were Sunday
the spirit o f the movement and with
Mr. Pike is 85 and Mrs. Pike 81,
Extension Poultryman o f 0 . A. C. visitors at the home o f Mr. and Mrs
this in mind they have invited every-
The protection o f game animals del!,
The Klamath Falls city library will visit the county the first three &. E. Beck.
Mr. Hurd is an old
t v „
. | °ne in the neighborhood to a party.
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and birds, fur animals and f.sh is „ „
board accepted the new $40,000 city days o f March for the purpose of friend o f the family,
. j. .
the Masons readily donated the use
library, just comp!, ted, It was an- holding a series o f poultry meetings,
Dr. Will Dale o f Portland, visited
. I o f thom commodious hall. Mereha-t*
„„ „ „
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nourced. The building will be opened The county agent will arrange for his parents Mr, and Mrs. William by state governments and interna nounced by matchmaker Ron March- have . responded
to their request for
to the public with .a a few weeks.
these meeting at an early date
Dale, Wednesday, He took his father
help and generously gave prizes for
back with him for medical treatment ganizations, and is encouraged by
A report made public by Will Moors,
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lucky t :r’ ct holders r.nd alsi lucky
State insurance commissioner, shows
The county agent’s office has re
Walter Van Curen, summer fire Audubon societies and other nature
players who win at five hundred,
Tuesday and Wednesday
that the receipts of his department ceived orders for one-half carload guard with the forest service, is ?!ubs. Although the functions o f all
which will he a foaturo o f the oven-
for 1926 totaled $695,128.99, or $50,■ o f Pyrotol, government blasting spending the winter trapping on the these groups have to do with the en
in?;. Other , trehants donated cof-
couragement o f Wild life conserva
137.6S more than for the previous powder, in the past ten days. Ciack upper Clackamas river,
| fee for those who are lucky enough
amas county land owners are taking
Mr. and Mrs, H. H. Huxley re tion in an educational way or other- j
i to be able to drink that beverage in
Clifton Campeau, 6Mi years old, was advantage o f this service and the cently sold their farm at Garfield ■vise, actual enforcement o f game
evening. There will be no charge
fur and fish laws is in the hands of
at. c . ovyono who attends will be re-
shot and killed by his playmate, Rob- next car ordered will be filled to ca and are planning to move to Es.a
ert Epley, agea 7, in the basement of Pacity- Those wanting Pyrotol are cada.
I quired to make a donation of 2r>
Many people o f Estacada attended cies.
ce its toward the new community
tho Epley home In Portland last week, urged to send their orders immedi
house. Fair enough. An excellent
The boys did not know the gun was ately, as no extra powder is ordered the funeral o f William Smith Satur
NOTED INDIAN IN FILM
in a car, and unless there is an un day. The services were held at
opportunity to get acquainted wilh
usual demand the next car will be the Springwatsr,
vou- neighbor. Cards will be shuf
The 42 miles of road between Day-
Nipo Chtu-Tum-Nah, better known
last one ordered this spring.
Miss Margaret Trachsel and A. C.
fled at 8 o ’clock sharp.
Vllle and Mitchell in eastern Oregon
Krebs came out from Portland Sat as “ Strongheart,” a Yakima Indmn
As prizes for men who win high
Is so bad on account of rains and melt
E. C. Brown, Cams, and John Hay- urday evening and attended the Chief who gained international fame
| .-cores there will be a pocket knife
ing snow that the stages are unable
by personally securing 2,500,000
ir.an and A, W, Botkin o f Estacada dance at Baker’s hall.
tool kit from the Smith Hardware
to operate. Mail is being carried on
Walter Matson o f Portland, is names to a petition to grant citizen
and n Colgate shaving set from the
growers meeting and had good spending several days here with his ship rights to the Indians, plays the
Estacada Pharmacy. For tho women
Paul Krause, rancher, fined 8100 in crowdg at both Carug #nd Egtacada
father, Dan Matson. Mrs. Anna Mat- part o f a medicine man in “ Brave-
who arc most expert— or lucky,
„i!“ 1! ! ' J“„StiCl , C
_ °“ r.t on char^ s At these meetings Mr. C. A. Long, son was also a visitor here Sunday. heart.1’
whichever you prefer— there will be
of cruelty to animals, was also Extension Horticulturist pointed out
Mr. Chtu-Tum-Nah was secured
The many friends o f Dr. Midford
■' beautiful candle stick and candle
charged with polluting the Deschutes the fact that good advertising and
t W IB i
will be glad to hear that he is re by Mr. DeMille to supply Mary
from Rose’s and a large box of candy
river with carcasses of horses that
good cooperation is worth while and covering nicely after his operation O’Hara, the adapter, With technical
from Marchbank’», And then for the
had starved to death.
m _ M M utta *tiiAsu>
o u t *iQu.
itao czw m
information preparatory to her writ
would probably raise the price one on Saturday,
holders o f lucky tickets there will ho
Eleven and a half million salmon cent a pound. Quality however, has
Mrs. Jean Wallace o f Portland, ing o f “ Braveheart,“ as well as to
two prizes o f orders for five gallons
eggs have been hatched at the Enter- made a difference in the price o f and her brother, Lester Paine, of play the part of a medicine man in
of gasoline from the Cooke Motor
prise state hatchery this winter, ac- f rom about four cents for 70-80 Albany, were visiting here on Fri the production. This is an epic of
Company and Cascade Garage.
the modern Indian in which Rod La
cording to Irvine French, superintend- prunes to ten cents for 30-40 prunes day.
William Thorton Smith
This is an event no one can afford
ent. This brings the total number of These figures are fo r a five year
Mrs. Mary Harth, Mrs. Adelia Wil Rocque plays the star role, “ Brave-
William Thornton Smith was born to miss.
small fish to 14,500,000.
average, Mr. Long demonstrated son and Luther Coe o f
Portland, heart” is an adaptation o f the play October 22, 1846, at Georgetown.
Robbei's» supposedly minors, ran- the method of pruning used to get were Sunday visitors o f Mr, and Mrs. “ Strongheart” by Williiam C, De Delaware, arid died January 13,
CAME A FARCE
Mille. It Will be Seen at the Liberty 1927, aged 80 years, 2 months and
sacked every room of the Fremont the superior quality without reduc- Ted Ahlberg.
school of Klamath Falls last week, ing yields,
Earl Jones was down from camp
22 days. He went to Sholby county,
The much touted Knothole Gang
ana after cooking themselves a meal
8 to attend the installation o f the 1. day. Lillian Rich is leading woman. Missouri in 1871. He was married to have a great deal to learn about bas
in the cafeteria, escaped with approxl-
I. M, C. Anderson, county club J . O. F. and Rebekahs last Saturday.
Ada Wooster, March 18, 1873. Came ketball and other things They were
mateiy $3<T of pupils' money,
agent, expect to attend the county
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Ewalt attend
to Oregon in September, 1876. Six mixed up when they set out to meet
Of the 44 active Irrigation districts agent conference at Corvallis, Janu- ed the County Jersey club meeting REACHES OUT FOR BUSINESS ch'Idren were born to this union, the All-Stars last
in the state only 13 are in a sound ary 24 to February 1, During th s at Oregon City last Saturday.
Frank and Sidney o f Springwater, ‘ hoy lost their way winding up at
Clyde Schock delivered a Halowa* Roy o f Portland, Oregon, Mrs. A l:co
condition and able .to work out theii conference attended by all the
Miss Rose Trachsel who recently
Sandy, and delaying the game here
own problems, according to a report agents in the state, new ideas and graduated from Normal has been vis- Allwave radio set to G. V. Graham Tracy o f Logan, Albert o f Son Jose while they wandered ’round the
in Seattle, Monday.
filed with the legislature In Salem by agricultural methods developed dur
ting home folks the past week.
California, and Howard o£ Sherwood, country. They played in a daze and
ing the past year will be explained
Rhea Luper, state engineer,
Mrs. Dora Herring is quite ill at
Oregon. He is also survived by 8 were not able to give the local boys
TO HANDLE FIELD LIME
her home. Mrs. Kate Ally o f Barton,
R. M. Winans of Dee, who bolds the
grandchildren and one great grand even a good practice game.
is assisting with the housework.
mid-Columbia record for bears and SCREEN CLASSIC IS
score Incidentally was 66-34 in favor
In order to encourage farmers to
A. A. Ballenger o f Portland, with
bobcats this season, having caught
o f Estacada, although the Portland
lime on lands which have an acid I
four big bear and six cats, recently
Jam*« F. K crt ch nm
:e m. evidently being still a little
reaction, a use which is recam- i
Rex Ingram's well remembered A. Schrock, Friday.
astonished Dee residents when he ar
James F. Kertohom who was living mixed up, turned in a story to the
screen classic, “ The Four Horsemen
Superintendent mended by the county agent to in- „ „ Earl C m t Farm, neflr the home Journal o f a close gome in which
rived in town with a li.ri bobcat,
o f the Apocalypse,” one of the great Brenton Vedder, was here on busi crease productivity o f the soil aa- L f his f,auf<h!er, Mrs rlaudc S. S r- they were victors with a 35-34 score.
The opening gun of a campaign for
est films ever produced by the indus ness connected with the high school, pecially for leguminous crops, the ' „ „ „ „ „ djed guddenjy |agt Wednesday O, well!
the establishment of a five-day work
Estacada Feed Store is a d v e rtin g ; morn|n|f about 3 0-clork.
try, has returned in triumph in re Monday.
The next game will he January
ing week to replace the present five
sponse to a flood o f requests from
24. at the high school gym, with
and one-half day schedule was sound
utal# mme* #t ’ ^
bi* wife and toid her he i d
ite gick and that ghc had bctter R , the Checkerboards who have beaten
exhibitors all over the country. This Portland to attend Miss Vivian Gor Gold Hill, laid down here at a very
ed last night at a meeting of the
small margin o f profit.
The lime ’ ^
shp did aR hr
picture, unsurpassed as an artistic ham who has been ill.
The Woodmen team tmice this sea
Klamath Fails builders exchange.
record o f its time, is the film that
Mrs. Neva Smith Day, o f Stayton, is milled at Salem and delivered here ,.equeatfd> but nn thei). rsturn thcy son.
The thirtiet ■ annual convention of brought the late Rudolph Valentino
daughter o f Mr. and Mrs. A. Smith,
Growers' associa to fame.
Valentino plays opposite is visiting them here.
in his usual
MEMBERSHIP CONTEST ON
PANTAGES STAK VISITS
, . was held th Pendleton last week Alice Terry in this picture, and in it
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Allen o f Bull
¡good health. They think he had a
with 200 grower, from all section, of doeg
o f thg b#gt work he #ver
Run, were visitors at the home of
stroke o f apoplexy.
The Sunday school of the Christian
the state in attendance.
Grazing contributed to the screen.
Homer Romaine, in private life ¡was 85 years old. The funeral was
Mrs. Elizabeth Allen last Sunday.
church started a contest for new
fees and rates were important items
An enormous cast was employed
Chester Womer was here from Homer Schock, cousin o, Clyde . },ejd January from the chapel at the I members last Sunday. Present at-
by Director Ingrain with phenominat Portland last week viaiting his par - o c . ™a * . ort an ’ afl^ * ee
or Portland crematorium. He leaves r. tendants were divided in two groups,
Although dead for half a year,' L. C. success in translating the popular ents, Mr. and Mrs. E. 8. Womer.
the 5th time line« he ha. been play- wjfa and daurht(r> Mrg. claude r |both groups
receiving a name.
Roberts of Ben has been elected to Ibanez novel to the screen, Ite first,
The P. T. A, will meet next Tues ing in vaudeville. He is doing “ 1 Sersanous.
One group, the Cherokee», have U.
the directorship if a Deschutes coitn- showing aroused unprecedented en- day, January 25, at the high school trapeze atunt on the Pantages cir
S. Morgan as their leader. The other
ty loan associati * it was discovered thusiasm in New York, Chicago, auditorium.
cuit. On Thursday he visited rela
group, the Apaches have Rhoda Beck
by members of t ie association st the B0, ton. Pittsburgh, Dstroit, U s An-
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Gohring were tives at Estacada.
for leader. The definite statement
annual meeting of the association held *,>]** , nd other film centers, where in Portland, Monday.
THOMAS I. KIRKWOOD, Pastor
was made that no children from the
jt was characterized by the critibs as
Mr. and Mre. Tom Carter and fam-
Sunday School at 10 a. m. Classes ther Sunday school would be wanted.
Through flotaf in of a huge bond one o f the great picture# o f alt time, ly, o f Portland, spent the week end
for all ages. Mr. Shearer, superin-¡It is the inactive members and new
issue, the Southern Pacific company It will be shown at the Liberty thea- t their home in Garfield,
boys and girls which they want.
plans to purcha.c the 582 miles of tre, January 27 and 28.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wooster re
Service o f worship at 11. Subject,
old Oregon A California Railroad com
cently purchased a new Buick car.
“ A World-Wide Knowledge o f God.”
UNION MEETING HELD
pany. which it ha« operated as a part
SHOULD SIGN UP EARLY
Miss Ruth Dillon was in Portland
Christian Endeavor in the evening
of Its system In Oregon for 40 years
last Thursday evening.
at the church.
A union meeting of the Epworth
Those who have worthy exhibits
Archie Marchbank went to Port
Service» at George and Eagle 1 League and Christian Endeavor was
The cities of Oregon will take ■ for the Eastern Clackamas booth at land, on business. Monday.
Creek at 3 p. m. and 8. p. m., re held at the Methodist chureh last
hand in any prrgram of legislation Corvallis, February 18-19, should
H. A. LaBarre was in Portland
Sunday evening. George Ross, the
dealing with the pollution situation register them at the News office last Friday.
j The Springwater Christian En county president o f C. E., led the
involving the W Barnette river, ac within the next week if possible.
deavor will hold a business meeting meeting and everyone present en-
cording to a decision reached at a This will give the committee a chance
Oregon collected $696,128 taxes
and social at the home of Mr. and ¡joyed the splendid talk he gave. Rev.
mee’ lng of the Oregon league of cities to plan the exhibit to the beat ad- from inaurane« companies during
Orders are to run ’em in if they Mrs. Forrest Erickson, Friday even-¡Arthur Harriman preached at tli«
beid in Salem r* :«ntly,
1 display old license plates after today, .mg, January 21.
j evening servie«.
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