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Devoted to the Interests ot Eastern Clackamas County
ESTACADA, OREGON, THURSDAY,
A NEW PREMIUM FOR
CALF CLUB MEMBERS
C1EG0N STATE NEWS
County Jersey Calf
GF GENERAL INTEREST Club Clackamas
members will be glad to know
PARKER PROVES RUN-OUT
, H E L E N P E R R Y WINS
SECOND FOR ESTACADA
U CO OPERATION
The red hot match promised be
W. E. Parker and Bill Thorn-
Oregon Agricultural College, Co. - ;
John McGinnis of Camp 8 went to
Portland last Friday and had his ton ton went sizzling into cold water, vallis, April 7—An account of the
when, after the fans had been as- Oregon Agricultural College educa-
of the new premium to be offered at sils removed.
Brief Resume of Happenings of the State Fair this fall. The event
Mrs. J. L. Hewitt of Portland sembled and the preliminaries were tional exposition written by Helen
will be the Annual Roguelea Farm r.pent Friday with Mrs. S. E. Wooster. on, Manager Marchbank found out Perry, of Estacada and printed in thc EXCELLENT ENTERTAINMENT
the Week Collected for
AT OAK GROVE NOT
Special, and the prize a $150 calf.
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Bronson of Port by phone that the strong man of the Eastern Clackamas News, has placed
E. H. Wise, of Roguelea Farm,
C u r Readers.
land spent Sunday with his mother, LaDee camp wouldn’t come down off second in the contest for the best
Route 2, Grants Pass, Oregon, will Mrs. Emma Bronson.
the hill. Bennie Blaisdell of Eagle news story written by a delegate.
The meeting of the Greater Union
award a purebred Jersey heifer calf,
Salem will be host to the annual en sired by St. Maws Rhinda Lad Res-
The F. C. Bartholomew- family Creek volunteered to stop the gap,
First place in thc contest, conduct-¡0f clubs of Clackamas County, held
campment. Grand Army ot the Repub airc, to the highest scoring Oregon were the Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and succeeded in pleasing the fans ed by the Oregon State chapter of at Oak grove last Thursday evening
lic. June 21 to 24.
Jersey calf club member at the and Mrs. Chris Johnson of George. with an exhibition bout.
I Sigma Delta Chi, national profession-¡while not so largely attended
Bandon is to have a new cheese fac State Fair on the following basis:
Lee Morgan of Bucoda, Washing
Bill Thornton was in good shape, ,al journalism fraternity, was aecord- usual, was nevertheless an interest
tory. It will be able to handle 15,000
Animal 25%. Showmanship 25% ton was here Monday looking after
He wanted action. Blaisdell was ed a story by W. F. Turnbow, Jr., ing one.
pcunds of milk daily.
Herdsmanship 2 5 % ,
R e c o r d some legal affairs.
able to give him enough so he in published in the Tech Pep of the
The chief speaker was Judge Jacob
Machines in the new $1000,000 ad Book 25%.
Mrs. Harry Smith, who has been cluded the referee in his embrace a Benson Polytechnic school, Portland. Kanzler of Portland, who spoke on
dition to the Oregon Pulp & Paper
. . .
visiting her mother at Bellingham, couple of times and had two men TT .
company’s plant at Salem were put in to the following conditions:
by co-operation. He scored the "organ
Washington, returned home Saturday down, He looked a« though he
operation last week.
ized force” which was responsible for
Mrs. Harry Morgan of Portland, could have made it three just as well.
More and better stories of the
J. F. Cramer, principal of the high purebred Jersey females. Purebred
run on the Northwestern Nation
But fit that there was a red hot
school at Coquille, was elected to the animals must be registered in the spent the week-end with relatives match pulled In the preliminaries. exposition appeared this year than
which brought about its ruin.
ever before sine« the contest war
superir.tendency of the Bandon schools name of the club member showing, here.
Two incogs, one from Portland and started, according to the judges. He pointed out the suecos» of the
with the American Jersey Cattle
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Lovelace the other from Oregon City, put on
and will take charge in September.
Club, at least 30 days prior to the
The winning story and several other?
the , week-end
The state land board turned over opening of the State Fair. All fit and
. a thirty minut« draw that was a hum- were equol in most respects to many union of clubs in bringing about a
friendly feeling between the country
$118,303.06 to the state treasurer dur ting and caring for the animal both
written by professionals, they said
ing March, according to a report by prior to and during the State Fair Camp 8.
A challenge by letter has been re Judgment was based on the ability of and city populations of this county.
George G. Brown, clerk of the board must be done by the club member
Mr. and Mrs. Russell Reed enter ceived from Wild Bill Donovan, who the writer to give an accurate and
The proposed permit submitted to
Fire which destroyed the girls' dor and violations of this rule will dis tained Sunday in honor of Mrs. Mae bested Thornton two weeks ago at readable account of the exposition the Portland Electric Power company
the Liberty. He will train down to and the city of Corvallis, wlthou*
mitory building at Klamath agencj qualify members from competition Reed’s birthday,
by the federal power commission and
last week threatened to raze a larg No club member will be awarded
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Hannah, of 180 pounds and will meet Thornton regard to his views of the event.
forest service was read. A com
section of the Indian reservation set more than one calf.
Portland spent Sunday with his par who claimed that Donovan defeated
to study its provisions was
This is the second calf offered by r ents, Mr, and Mrs. E. E. Hannah.
G«ti Chane« at League Ball
of which A. G. Ames of
Klamath was subjected to a real
Mr. and Mrs. Roger Cary, of Port- njght. The match has been arranged
Ray Lovelace received word yester Estacada, is chairman.
April fool’s joke when it awoke to find Fair, the other being offered by H land, renewed old acquaintances here by Mr. M*rchbank for Tuesday,
four inches of snow on the ground and r B. Howell, of Rogueland Farm Sunday,
day that he has been assigned to the
A rerouting of rural mail service
every indication of continued stormy Grants Pass, for a Guernsey calf clul
Utah-Idaho baseball league for th< in some sections of the county was
Thelma Wilcox is spending a few
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season. He will be attached to thc proposed.
days with relatives in Oregon City. LAND OFFICE IS
Beaver camp by contract, however
Maricn county growers are reported
A splendid meal and entertainment
Mrs. Minnie Hansen has moved in
MOVED TO ROSEBURG and is being farmed nut so that ho
gratified as a result of contracts al
furnished by the Oak Grove
ready executed covering their logan
Instructions have been received watched his work are confident tha' folks. A feature of the evening was
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Morton, of Port-
The Artisan card party for Apri'
berry and strawberry crops for the
was given Wednesday evening with land, were the Sunday guests of Mr. from the Commissioner of the Gener- aa can do well in professional base the music by the Parkplace orchestra.
next two seasons.
and Mrs. W, J. Moore.
al Land office at Washington, D. C., ball.
The Eastern Clackamas Club in
Governor Patterson, in a proclama a good attendance, High score in
_ relative to the closing1 of the Port-
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tion issued in Salem, has urged the
the organization to meet at
“Red Grange it Coming”
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citizens of Oregon to co-operate in ob j Steinman, consolation to Evelyi Portland, visited Mrs. 0 Morrow’s
for th« annual meeting
serving American Forest week, April 1 Hayworth and George Copeland. / mother, Mrs. Eva Saling, Sunday.
Red Grange in “One Mihute tc July 10.
24 to 30, inclusive.
Mr. and Mrs. Ryan, of Oregon City ‘ By executive order of March 12, Play” will be shown at the Liberty
spent Monday night at the Herbert 1927> the Portiand district and land theatre Friday night and Soturda
The season’s first crate of aspara
Huxley home. .
office have been discontinued and at 2:30 on April 8, and 9.
O BOOST THE
gus was forwarded to Portland last
FIVE HUNDRED PARTY
Mr. and Mrs. Will Kandle, who consolidated with the Roseburg land
The alumni of Estacada High
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have been employed at Camp 8 for district and land office, effective at School will give a special program in
Mrs. Dave Eshelman entertaine some time, have moved back to their the close of business June 30, 1927. connection with the Grange picture
The committee appointed by Paul
All records are to be transferred on both dates.
INCREASING INTEREST Wednesday evening with an attract home across the river.
chairman, met last night
ive “600” party. Guests were Mr:,
Bronson and Jim Jennings to Roseburg, where the land office
Regular admission price will admit
IN NEW FORESTS Ted Ahlberg, Mrs. Henry Heiple, Mr will Harold
consider ways and
play baseball with Sandy this business will be conducted.
to both shows. Everyone is urged
Harry LaBarre, Mrs, Fred Barthol season.
to come and support the association. means of effecting a permanent or
The national forestry department omew, Mrs. Robert Currin, Mrs
Mr. and Mrs. Alva Smith made a
NATIONAL FOREST NOTES
ganization for promoting the interest
claims good progress is being made Wallace Smith, Mrs. Will Cary, Mrs business trip to Oregon City yester-
FOR NEW WATER SYSTEM
of the people in the Clackamas river
Through the courtesy of R. G.
in providing for production of future Nina Ecker, Mrs. Raymond Lovelace
valley. The groundwork for a very
v .. , .
, Marchbank, proprietor of the Liberty
Silverton voters approved a $45.00
crops of timber for lumber, paper,
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kitching and .« .
constructive program was laid and
and pulp industries, but its campaign
son, Roland were Portland visitors
owatts” will be shown next Saturday system last week, The count was 115 plans for a public meeting for Ap
is being hindered by unstable forest Gohring, Mrs. Bob Cooke, Mrs. A1
night. This is a water power and ;o 32. It was planned to carry nut ex ril 22nd, were made. Portland
policies in many timbered states. bert Kitching, Mrs. W. W. Rhodes yesterday.
Wallace Smith attended the meet- irrigation picture and is said to be nsivo Itnpr, vthicnt* providing an
Many counties in the timbered states Mrs. Fred Liehammer, Mrs. Alvt
newspaper men were present and
that desire to have tax-reverted Smith and Mrs. Mae Oakley Reed ing of Foreign War men in Oregon very flne> Co-operation, such as is dd'tlonal flow,
promised co-operation in securing
lands put on the assessors’ rolls are
Sunday supplement news advertising
The Eagle Creek Grange hall was much appreciated by members of the
also partly responsible.
".... and Mrs. Gohring.
broken into last week, but the burg- forest service.
WHERE TO WORSHIP thc attractions of the valley for sum
New York and Pennsylvania lead
lars got nothing, it seems, for every-
Walt Van Curen has a small crew
all eastern states with over three
CAMP 8 CELEBRATES
mer tourists, The meeting indicated
thing was found as left.
_ out on maintenance of trails and tele-
M E. CHURCH NEWS
million acres under reforestation, and
the men behind the movement
Mrs. F. C. Bartholomew was in pbones. The work is heavier than
10 A, M,-—Sunday School,
are adding to the areas devoted to
The Community Hall at Camp .
are out to accomplish some substan
growing new timber crops.
wag the scene of a lively party Sat
Jude Moreland made a business fal, throwing many trees and snags
Subject— "Elijah’s Translation tial results.
Several western states are aqUiring urday evening. Cards were follower
Estacada was represented at the
and Elijah’s Death."
units of timberland in exchange for by a basket lunch and dancing was
by A. G. Ames and Car!
6:30—Young Peoples' Meeting.
scattered school lands in national enjoyed the rest of the evening.
forests, and growing solid blocks of These parties are given every twi
Subject—-Shod for the Road.”
new timber, covering thousands of weeks and are proving very populai land spent Wednesday at the J. F. porest Service work, is with the Van
Lovelace home. Mrs. Ed Bateman is Curen crew.
“God fits out each pilgrim. Some McAULEY FUNERAL
a sister of Mr. Lovelace.
Jack Aike„ t packer, says he don't may take the road bare-foot, others
HELD IN PORTLAND
In all the state* there is increasing
“NO HOST” PARTY GIVEN
Interest in renewing forest growth by
U. S. S. Tennessee at Bremerton, bronc.
Funeral services for the late T.
shod with shoe* of iron and brass.
federal, state, and private activities,
A “no host” 500 party was giver
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Your equipment leaves you in no P. McAuley were held in Portland
and promotion of public measures, at the Robert Currin home Saturday Washington, is here on a fifteen day’
doubt a* to the conditions of the yesterday, at the chapel of the Mil
EGGS MOVING FAST
sound policies and removal of undue evening. Those present were Mr leave.
F. Edmundson, who was injured
over which you are to pass ler and Tracey Undertakers at 2 P.M-
obstacles and handicaps.
and Mrs. Sam Dunlop, Mr. and Mrs
Mor, than 40 cases a week of lo- It also assures your victory.”
Internment was made at the Rose
Equitable taxation of timberland Don Allen, Mr. and Mrs. Henr. last week when he was caught by a
which taxes timber as a crop .w-hen Heiple, Mr, and Mrs. Wallace Smith broken strawline while loading logs oa] e(rgg are being shipped by the Es-
tacada Feed «Store. These eggs are
McAuley was a former resident of
Beginning on April 24, protracted
harvested, instead of loading it with Mr. and Mrs. Herman Gohring, am from the river, is again at work.
Perry Cahill, who with his family, taken t0 Portland by the company services will be held every evening Springwater.
an annual tax, which in thc aggregate Mrs. Dave Eshelman. High score:
confiscates the value of th* trees, is were won by Mrs. Allen and Mr have spent the week here, took the truck and the best possible prices in the church.
third degree in Masonry Tuesday obtained for them,
The pastor will be assisted by thp
AMES MOVES INTO GARAGE
being adopted in many states, and is Currin.
The Cahills live at Spo-
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an indispensable part of any perm
DORCAS SOCIETY TO MEET
We invite, and covet, the help and
The Broadway Service Oarage
anent reforestation policy.
A new sanatorium, costing 320.00(
Duncan McDonald of Springwater
co-operation of all. Plan to attend. has been opened up this week by A
will soon be opened at Gold Beach was given the first degree by the
Mrs. Mary Robertson announces We want the services to be a bles G. Ames, who has moved his plumb
WILL PUT ON LATE SHOW
local Masonic lodge Tuesday.
that the Dorcas Society in the Gar-1 sing to all
ing shop stock into the building
formerly occupied by the Reid Gar
There will be a late show tomorrow BASKET SOCIAL AT BARTON
FIRST LOCAL VEGETABLES
of Mrs. Crawford on Thursday, the
age. The new business will have
night at the Liberty theatre after the
storage facilities and a filling station
Mintsrel show at the high school.
The North Logan school is having
The first local vegetables appeared
I. Kirkwood, P a s t o r
service and will also be the Estacada
This has been arranged by manager an entertainment and basket social
this week on the table at the Peoples’
FIRST IN TWENTY YEARS
Sunday School at 10 A. M. Let terminal office and warehouse for the
Marchbank to accomodate those who Saturday, April 9. It is to be held
Store. From now on, there will be
us he faithful as ths Easter season Estacada Truck Line. Ames will
want to attend both shows.
in Peterson’s hall at Barton.
an increasing amount of local pro
The Garfield Grange will give a approaches
I conduct his plumbing and ■
duce available. Mr. Snyder's policy dance with lunch on Saturday, April
Service of Worship at 11 Sermon tal business as usual from the ne’t
DRESS REHEARSAL NIGHT
ia to give local produce the prefer- 9. This will be the first event of the subject, “The Marks of Jesus."
ence in his buying.
kind given by the grange in twenty
Christian Endeavor in the evening
This it dress rehearsal night for
years, it is reported. Big plan* are at the church. Topic: “The Great-
SALE APRIL IS
the Minstrel show to he given tomor
April 8--Minstrel show, high school
NEW SHOE SHOP OPENED
being made for a good time.
est Book." Rom. 15:4; Tim. 3:14-17.
row night at the high school audito auditorium.
-------------------Leader, William Shearer.
The riackamaa Valley Garden
rium. If it goes as well as other
’’Red" Needham he. opened up a
HAS GOAT DAIRY
Club will have a plant sale the after
tuepyuoo e sq it!-*
8unday , chool at 2 P. M.
noon of April 16 at the Bro.dwa
April 8—-(Evening) and April 9 shoe repair shop just off Main street
cast of coons behind the curtain just (2:30 p.m.)—Red Grange its “One and is ready to take care of all
Mrs. C. Weaver, who lives near Church service at 3. Do not wait Garage . The planta will be sob
before the opening. There has been
Minute to Play,” at the Liberty whose shoes require attention. Mf. Estacada on the south side of the until Easter to come to church, very reasonable, thus giving everyone
a great deal of hard work put on th
Needham moved her« with his fsm- river, is milking a few goats and has start Now!
a chance to get new varieties at a
theatre. An Alumni benefit.
entertainment and it should be well
ily two weeks ago from eastern Ore- some milk to spare. Thie may 4>e of
EAGLE CREEK CHURCH
Anyone having a surplus of any
APRIL 22 (evening)— and April gon. where he was engaged In the interest to som, who may have chil-
The heavy part of the interlocutor
same trade. He ia putting in a stock dren requiring goat’s milk.
Sunday school at 10:30 A. M. kind of plant, and who wants to help
is taken by Fred Leihammer. local
of harness repair parts and will be
Christian Endeavor at 7:15 P. M the Garden club can do so by lcav ig
manager for the Standard Oil com ford in “ Sparrows” Benefit P. T. A able to handle any kind of leather
It j* estimated that Oregon will Church service at 7:45 P. M.
their planta at the garage any time
pany. They say he is cut out for the
spend about $15,000,000 on road:-
The annual congregational meet- during the Friday before th« sal« or
May 18-Í9 — “T h e Nervous
Needham will make a valuable ad- and highway* this year.
ing on Monday was well attended. Saturday morning.
Bob Cooke, who is to put an a solo Wreck” at the Liberty theatre.
dition to the Estacada band, which,
After the business was disposed of,
skit wants it understood that he does
he has entered. He is an accomp- j The city of Portland will spend the ladies served refreshments and a
The Capital Journal, of Salem,
not sing and isn't going to try to.
Watch for dates on the great pic liahed musician, having played with , 3300,00 on fireboat* and harbor fire- social time w a s enjoyed. We
will soon erect a modern business
The proceeds of the show will go ture, ‘ The Lost World,” which trill tha seventh infantry band for two I fighting equipment in th* immediate | looking forward to a very good year block at the corner of Liberty s: .,
to several community enterprises.
be at th* Liberty soon.
in the werk of tb* church.
Cbemeketa S treet*.