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About Eastern Clackamas news. (Estacada, Or.) 1916-1928 | View Entire Issue (March 10, 1927)
Devoted to the Interests ot Eastern Clackamas County
ESTACADA, OREGON, THURSDAY. MARCH 10. 1927
BOOKLETS OF VALUE
10 STATE CHAMBER
HENS GAINING IN CONTEST
CLUB WORK STARTING FOR
NEW SEASON OF ACTIVITY
PROBLEMS OF BERRYGROWERS
NOTES ON AGRICULTURAL
WORK IN CLACKAMAS CO.
FLOWER TALK D IM S
Phil Marquam has just received
word that his pen of leghorns, which
At the S. A. Roberts’ place, Dam
Estacada berry growers are look
The following girls of the East-
is entered in the Colorado contest
the growers will examine the
against birds of 40 of the largest ham school have organized a sewing
of various fertilizers on a
The Clackamas Valley Gerden
poultry raisers in the world, is now lub with Mrs. I. M. C. Anderson as
in 5th place and only 39 eggs be .acal leader. Dorothy Gribble, presi- erty theatre. J. J. Inskeep, the cover crop of vetch. Mr. Roberts has club met at the I.O.O.F. hall, Mon-
Amor.; hind the leading pen. The Marquam ,ent, Helen Scott, vice-president, and county agent, has arranged for a
used fertilizers of different kind* for I day at 2 p.m. The meeting was weil-
Pro*p*ctiva Settler* By Meen*
birds were not in good shape at the era Reddaway, secretary. Other
start having been thrown off by the j members are Mildred Bawles, Iris confront the industry; and C. L. R0V#^a' years and growers can see the attended in sp.te of the rain. A
trip to the contest and only placed r'ranzen, Dorothy Carlton, Ellen Long, extension horticulturist from results and decide the best kinds to name for the club was voted on and
!tho above choson. Mr. Clary, busi-
O. A. C., will be present to address u*e-
February set a Rood pace for the 20th in the first month. Since then Seckband and Ella Smith.
they have placed 14th, 9th and now
Although boys’ and girls’ club the meeting.
W. H, Zivney, Oswego, has a sup | ness manager of the “Better Flow-
year in land settlement by bringing have reached the 5th place. If they work has been going in Clackamas
With good berry prices and inter ply of fine certified Burbank seed! or*" magazine, from Portland was
32 new settlers to Oregon farms with can keep this up they will finish an ; county for several years, there are est of large canneries in berry pro potatoes which will be used by C'ack the speaker of the day
an investment of $107,484. That is easy first. They have gained 61 j still people who do not know what duction, various problems have to amas county growers for the coming |
working to organize as many garden
the record of the Land Settlement eggs on the winners since last month. j .t is all about. One of the first be faced, among which are the possi year,
clubs as possible and are trying to
department of the state and Portland
The fifth car of pyrotol to be used
| charge to join one of your clubs ” of canning berries which may need
every small community Interest
chambers of commerce as shown in
The work is carried with the U. S. the use of fertilizers, the varieties by Clackamas county since Septem ed in this work, so that they can have
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a monthly report just issued.
i department of agriculture, the state which should be raised and the con ber was unloaded at Clackamas sta- . . . . .
During the month the department occupied the pulpit at the Methodist ! of Oregon through the O.A.C. exten- trol of pests, chiefly the strawberry tion Friday and Saturday. Orders i be"°flts, of co-operation with state
are being received for another car '.
"ational c!ubs Ho also spoke of
received 2539 letters and inquiries. church last Sunday. Rev. Martin is I oion service, and Clackamas county root weevil.
benefits derived in the way of ad
to be shipped in April.
Out of 201 questionaires returned of the Baptist faith but is ready to j co-operating. Local leaders are not
vertising a community by having a
DAY TO BE REMEMBERED
The Government has announced
by farmers, 161 stated that the work «nth any denomination for the paid but donate their services, so the
flower booth at the amateur flower
writers intended to come to Oregon good of the cause.
The tenth birthday is a very im recently that the supply of pyrotol
cost to the club members is nothing.
show* in Portland. A number of
to locate during the coming year.
Requests come to the county club portant event in anyone’s life and will be exhausted next fall.
slide* were shown exhibiting beauti
They specified capital available for
agent's office asking, “How can we worth a little extra celebration.
The rock gardens
immediate investment amounting to GRAHAM BOUND OVER get club work in our school, our
Malissa Sarver was ten last Mon
grange, our community, our form day and entertained members of her TROPHY IS ANNEXED
Quite an interest was created in wat
Letters numbering 6316 together
TO THE GRAND JURY bureau, etc.’’ If you have never had class at school and her teacher, Miss
er-lily pools. Theso do not require
with 2496 packages of literature
club work in your community, a Rowena Herman. The party was BY COMMERCIAL BOYS running water, but can be had by
Were sent to the prospective settlers
given after school and the fun they
sinking a tub or even a pail in the
John Doe Graham, who has been good plan is to get in touch with the
county club agent and arrange for had will give Malissa cause to re
yard, building a rockery around it
Poultry raising appeals to many
a meeting of the parents and pros member the day as long as she lives.
and th* pool i* ready for planting,
of those who contemplate coming to
over to the grand jury by Justice of pective club members. The club ag
west championship after they played for which full instructions were giv
INJURED MAN KNOWN HERE
en. Most all present joined the club
the Peace S. E. Wooster after he ent could explain the different pro
Every day bring:* a number of
J. T. Hogan, Portland chef, who the Multnomah team in the fina's and the silver tea served by Mrs.
jects and explain how the organi
farm seekers to the office of the
complaint sworn to by J. J. Pennèr zations are perfected. Where club was severely injured by a hit-and- the All-Stars of Estacada in the sec Bartholomew, Mrs. Beers and Mrs.
land settlement department accord*
of the Estacada Meat company work has been going on for some run driver as he wag getting off a and clay of the tournament in r Stevens was enjoyed by all.
ing to W. G. Ide, manager, 283 in
charging him with attempted larceny. ime, the local leader in the contmun- street car, is reported as having come loosely played game in which they
Mr. Clary urged the club members
quirers having called during F eb-,
Because of sympathy for the man's ty gets the club members together, through an operation successfully, ran up a score of 54 to the All-Stars' to have the next meeting soon as
ruary. Illustrated booklets and thor
invalid wife, Justice Wooster allowed •rganizes a club, and sends to the He had both arms and legs broken, 23 points.
its getting near planting time.Ques
ough information on the various sec
Hogan married an Estacada girl,
Graham to go home after his arrest club agent for the literature.
tion* will be answered by en ex
tions of the state are furnished to
As the local leaders are not paid Veneta Page. They live at 1298 E
Miss Zida Hidy and Delbert Hay pert, Mr. Bockner, at the next meet
Monday by Marshal Norris and Wed
all these prospective landowners.
nesday was set as the time for a for .heir work, the community, es- 18th Si. A reward of $250 has been ward visited Mr. and Mrs. Ray ing, the date of which will be an
Many of them are in Oregon for the
hearing. It Was not the dispolitidn peciady parents of the club Children, offered for the identification of the Shumway, Sunday.
first time, while many others have
driver of the car Which ran over
R. B. Lampsort, who has a ran d
of Penner or of H. C. Gohring, his '•ould help them out.
visited the state previously and are
The time has arrived When Calf, Him.
in the Garfield district, is preparing NEW SPEAKER AT
employer, to press the case because
now here to locate permanently.
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income tax statements for H. B.
of thè condition of thè man’s wife, pig, poultry, sheep and crop projects j
but since he left her arid did riot should be organized. Purebred ani-1 Ray LoVeiacC, known in the Cal Snyder.
SMALL MILLS EXPORT
Maud Sturgeon made a busines
show up at the hearing, it Was decid
K. Hushy, a lecturer In the em
I husky youngster from Estacada, ir *rip to Portland Monday,
ed to issue a warrant for his arreit mended
ploy of the Anti-Saloon League of
The Small lumber mills near Esta- The complaint states that Graham
1. Mi C i Anderson
(now playing on the regular team ir
A carload of new Chevrolet* w:> Oregon, preached at the Christian
cada ate turning 6Ut Several Car was caught in the act of pilfering the
County Club Agent
the practice games.
received last week by the Cascadt church last Sunday morning. The
loads of lumber each Week. The safe of the meat market.
Motor company, Two sale* were topic of hig sermon was, “The Mag
Jubb mill is still working on a million Wallace Smith is Graham's attorney.
netic Christ." Mr, Husby is a grad
feet order received the first of the
Mrs. Ray Shumway was a passen uate of the Eugene Bfb'o university
year. The Potter mill at Viola load H I G H S C H O O L N O T E S
ger on the Portland train Monday.
and is a forceful and convincing
ed 4 cars last week and have 3 cars
Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Thompson c speaker. He will speak at the Chris
By Lillian Duncan
ordered for thi*.
Almena, Kansas are visiting the tian church each Sunday morning
daughter, Mrs. Ray D. Johnson, a
YES THERE IS A DENTIST
SENIOR CLASS PLAY WAS
family. Mr. Thompson was here i-
He was accompanied here by his
the early ’90’s when the streets wer wife and baby daughter.
The News has had to answer sev
A subscriber ha* a*ked for help in the Folsom corner. Many people
The seniors' presentation of “Cap-
only mudholes and the people wer
The church wishes to announce
eral inquiries as to whether there is py Risks” was a tremenduous suc getting better direction sign* at read have taken the Highland road when
compelled to hibernate during the Sunday school at 10:00 a.m., with
a dentist here, since an error has cess. Much credit is due to the di intersection*. Tourists are very of seeking Eiwood or Colton. There
wet season. He Was much impress^, Mabel Anderson as superintendent.
appeared in Dr. Johnson’s card in the rector, Miss Skinner. All members ten led to take the wrong roads by
by the change made by good roads
paper. The word ‘dentist’ was omit of the cast portrayed their ports improper sign* or lack of any road
The climate, be finds, is much mild
CAN PLOW TOO EARLY
ted and we were glad to note that splendidly, and especial mention markers. This is a matter for the east, Eiwood 4 m, Colton 9 Vim.
than at home, where it snowee
new comers use these columns ag a must be given of the excellent work forest service and community clubs
One of the best agencies for cor ten inches last week.
Successful Oregon gardeners do
guide. Yes, Estacada has a dentist, of the leads, Edna Bates and Vernon io attend to. If subscribers will in rect road information near the moun
not work the ground too early in the
a good one.
dicate the signs needed, the News tainous country is the U. S. Forest
drove to Alsea Saturday and return spring, says the landscape depart
will be glad to publish the inform service. It is possible that a gre.. ed home Monday.
ment of the state college. Although
Alfalfa is not successful when
many of the needed sign* in this
A party in the honor of Mis* Ger ation.
Ranger Armstrong received one spring may appear to be here the
seeded too early in Oregon, says the aldine Warren, a former student of
One of the cornere which drivers section will be gladly supplied by tlu
ground is still wet and working it
Plantings in Estacada High, was given at Ruth find confusing is that intersection service if the information is turneu of the Grebe radio receiving set.- especially if the ground is clayey
late spring have always given better Glover’s Saturday night. Those pres just south of Springwater known a* over to them,
to forest ranger* for use in isolate, puddles it and makes it lumpy. By-
results than fall or early spring ent were Vernice Fantz, Marvel Deal.
waiting a while the ground reaches
planting. It is important to get the Leota Owens, Bernice Fisher, Edna
the proper condition for working,
seed bed free from Weeds and Well Bates, Dorothy Phillips, Bernard
Mrs. Harry Morgan and daughter
and less effort is needed to put it
settled for alfalfa.
Margaret, Were visiting relatives here
of the W.C.T.U. will be held at the into proper planting condition.
Whitaker, Charlie Fantz, Ronald
M. E. church Saturday at 2:00 p.m
Burnett, Harold Sarver, Shirley Bur
Joe W'oody, Jr., and wife and Roj
Billy New, from eastern Oregon
The editor and his associate at
NEW BUS IN USE ON
nett, Grant Robley, Joe Marshall,
Woody, of Portland, were here visit tended the meeting of newspape THORNTON
Johnson, James Lemper, Les
ing Mr. J. P. Woody, Sunday.
E S T A C A D A LINE Cletus
came in Friday night. His last
PROVES BEST MAN
Mesdame* L e i h a m t n e r , Henry
trip here was In 1905. H* was seen Beers, Richards, Steiman, Tom Cart and Saturday of last week. The pro
increased passenger traffic on
In the games played at Canby last shaking hands with some of the ‘old- er, Erny Duus, and Wallace Smith Journalism at the university and war
The wrestling match between Ben
the run between Estacada and Port week, both boys and girls were de timers’ and tells many jokes on some entertained their husbanus at th< very inspiring to the 120 scribes wh Biaisdell of Eagla Creek and Bill
land has made It necessary for the feated by the scores of 26-21 and
Cole McElroy’s ballroom in Portlam attended.
(Wild Bill) Thornton of Portland
The I. O. O. F. conferred the last Saturday night.
stage company to place a new bus in 44 26, respectively.
was not so much. There was n
The new auto-stage will
SEED CATALOGS ORDERED
doubt a* to the best man at any time.
Mr. and Mr*. C. O. Pimm and
The last game of the season will John Kiggins, last Saturday night.
be much appreciated by patrons of
Biaisdell lacked power to maki any
the line since it is much more com
Flower growers of Oregon an of the holds he tried count on the
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Howard
fortable than the old one.
sending for their seed catalogs nov veteran mat man and had to beat
Maude Sturgeon was in Portland Graybeal on Sunday.
will be accomodations for 28 pass
Alice Kaake has returned to school
report* the landscape gardening de the canvas in the first tv.-o fVIs after
engers. 10 more than could be car again after an absence of six weeks.
Mrs. Keiger of Tillamook was here ney were here from Monmouth ovei partment of the state college, t toeholds were fastened on him. B 1
garden magazine is also beneficial tr Donovan challenged the winner for a
Maud Sturgeon last week. the week-end visiting their parents.
Avis Palmateer who attended Es
The new stage, which made its
the flower grower, for it enables him match here on the 22nd of this
Mr. and Mrs. James Walker of
Wanita Brendle was in Oregon to get fuller directions for the can
initial run the first of the week, is tacada during her freshman and
month. It should be a DeUer exhi
attractively painted and comfortably sophmore years, visited the school
of the garden and suggestions as t< bition because Donovan shows up
Rhodes home over the week-end. Mrs.
The heating arrange last Friday,
Florence Bryant spent the weel suitable varieties for various plant pretty well against Norbeck, his
Walker and Mrs. Rhode* are sisters end at Forest Grove.
ment is such that it may be kept
ings. By filing each number and jot trainer.
Mr. and Mr*. Charles Marchbank
Warm in the coldest weather we have
J. K. Ely went to Portland or ting down his observation!, the grow,
of Hood River were guests over the business last Saturday.
A large smoking compart
er has a practical guide for coming
SEEDS NOT GUARANTEED
week-end a* the home of Mrs. March-
ment is provided.
The Artisan lodge card party giv years.
March 12— L. T. L. at Methodist bank '* parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hassell.
No vegetable seed can be fully-
en last Thursday night was a grea'
church, 2:00 p.m.
L. V. VanSlyk* was a Portland juccess. Seven tables of 500 were
•CALE SPRAY NOW DUE
guaranteed, saye the vegetable gard
ening department of Oregon state
March 12—Dance at Baker's hall, visitor Monday.
enjoyed by all those present and a
Spray applications are now due in Junior Syncopator*.
Mr. and Mr*. Harry Myer, Mrs. delicious luncheon was served.
Thome* I, Kirkwood, Peilor
college, because there are too many
Simon,, Mr*. McLan* and Mr. and
Oregon for San Jose scale, annouit-
chances for crop failure. In view of
Chester A. Lyon, superintendent
March 17—St. Patrick's day par Mrs. Walter Paulsen and daughter*
ee the entomologist of the experi
this fact, seed men have a non-war
ment station. Spray is applied in ty at Masonic hall given by Neigh Georgia and Elizabeth, all of Port of the Portland school for parents Shearer, superintendent. The ser ranty clause holding themselves Ir
land and Mr. and Mr*. Willia Hon-
February or early March, 12 gallons bor* of Woodcraft,
vice of worship at 11. This is ’Every responsible for the crop. The best
ager and *on*, William and Harry, 22nd of March, at the high echool member canvas’ Sunday and the guarantee poeeible is careful selec
of concentrated lime-sulphur to the
March 17—An Irishmen's dance at
from Multnomah, were visitors at the
100-gallon spray tank. Spraying in the Band hall.
.theme for the day will be "The whoh tion of seeds bred under proper sup
Mr. and Mrs. Everett Rhibley were WorW Waits at Your Door.”
home of Mr, and Mr*, F. J. Harken-
Clear and settled Weather gives best
ervision, and it should raise a ctop
Sunday visitor* at th , home of Mr.
The Christian Endeavor meet, a true to type as represented. High
results. It is essential that all small
March 19—A hard-time dance at ridef.
Last Friday 17 ladle* went to Or and Mrs. R. E. Beck.
branches, terminal twigs and buds Baker's hall.
the church in the evening Topic: germination count is not so valuable
C ity to attend th.; Kebekah dis
be completely covered with spray,
Mrs. R. H. Currin and Mrs. "How can we improve our minds?” as is often believed, for it gives no
March 25—Community Club.
trict convention. The president, Mias Della Well* have been elected to Prov. 2: 1-9.
indication of purity of the crop.
April 1—Hold for Methodist Lad Saxton, and several former prece office* in the Clackamas county or
To serve raw vegetable salad at
Commercial growers of celery, caul
dent* were there. They spent a ganization of Rehekah*.
tractively a cuatard cup for molding ies Aid.
George:- Sunday school at 2 p.m. iflower, lettuce, broccoli and some
very enjoyable day. A number went
Clyde Schock ha* returned to hie Church services at 3.
other vegetable* are making pre-
Equal parts of raw chopped spin over, in the evening, and watched work at the Cooke Motor Co. after
season test* by sewing small amounts
A tesspoonful of vinegar put into erh and cabbage are a novel way to the Oregon City staff put on it* ini a week spent at the school for shop
Eagle Creek:- Sunday school at of various strains. The remain er
the water when poaching egg* pre us« spinach in a salad. Chopped pea tiative work, which *u very beauti foremen which has been conducted 10:30 tm . Christian Endeavor at of the seed of the most satisfactory
in Portland by the Ford plant
vents their breaking.
nuts are sometimes added.
7:15 p.m., and church service at 8. lot ia used the following year.
Road Information Is Needed to
Prevent Strangers’ Getting Lost