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Devoted to the Interests of Eastern Clackamas County
ESTACADA, OREGON, THURSDAY, MAY 19, 1927
A! JJD EE CAMP
FLOOD BENEFIT TO
BE AT LiBERTY
Announcement was made yester
day by Bob Marchbank manager o f
the Liberty theatre, that a benefit
show would be staged by him on the
evening o f May 31. The entire
proceeds o f this show will be given
to aid the Miss:ssippi flood victims
The receipts front the show will
probably constitute the larger por-
tion o f Estacada’s quota and should
Dr G.. F. Midford CLACKAMAS CLUBS TO c“
Yields to Illness
MEET AT H A L L A
M.y 2 7 ,
EXPLAINED TO PUBLIC
The last meeting o f the Commu
nity Club before nevt September
Following an illness o f nearly six
will be held one week from Friday
'N°ntbs, Dr. G. F. Midford died at
Ross K. Cardwell, 40, superintend
The time will soon be at hind
plans will be made for
b‘s home last night,
ent fo r the LaDee Lumber company,
n ‘ he Traffic Laws passed by the
Ur. Midford, a native o f Iceland,
Greater Union o f clubs meeting to Legislature will become iffe itiv e and
met ins'ant death beneath the wheels
came t0 thi8 country at an early age. monica contest, special music, and a
held in Estacada in July.
believing that the public shoul 1 be
o f a bunkhouse car on the tracks o f
He Wils graduated from the Univer- dinner, the Greater Clackamas Union
Although most o f the evening is informed o f the various changes
the company about eight miles out
s‘‘ y ° ‘ N °rth Dakota, and later from
to be de.oted to busimss, a few mu which have been made in our Motor
the University o f Minnesota with the lal’a on Wednesday, May 25. The
o f Estacada Saturday.
sical numbers will be provided.
Vehicle Laws and which will bo in
degree o f Doctor o f Medicine.
Cardwell was on a speeder and the
forco about June 1, 1927, the traf
Coming to this city three years ago,
bunkhouse car, the brakes o f which j Picture has not ? et befn secured, Mr.
fic officers o f Clackamas County
ENDEAVORERS HOLD RALLY
The meeting will be held in thè
| Marchbank says it will be a good one. he took up the practise of the late Dr.
with tho assistance o f the Eastern
had become defective or it had in I
Other local acts will appear on Morso and attained an enviable repu new high school building, starting
A Clackamas Union Christian En Clackamas News will present a series
some other manner become released, the stage. Admission will be 25c. tation in his chosen profession.
with a dinner at 6:30 a
Rally was held at the Chrs o f articles informing the motoring
He is survived by his wife and two in the auditorium at 9:80. Talks
came upon him, knocking him under
here Tuesd:iy evening. public o f these changes.
will be given on the following sub
the wheels and causing death.
GRANGE WILL PICNIC
State Union president
We feel that every motorist will
aged 6 months.
jects: “ Why the Farmer Needs the
Coroner Pace investigated
co-operate with us when they tho
The body was taken to the Holman City,” “ Why the”cUy*Needs'the Var- JT!**!.*
spee,ch„e3 in wh‘ch
The Eagle Creek Grange will
case, and deciding that it was entire
Undertaking Parlors in Portland to mer,” “ What Clackamas County o f he particularly boosted for the o ffi roughly understand these laws and
have a picnic Saturday afternoon,
ly accidental, did not order an in-
day, but no time had been set for fers the Tourist,” “ The Grange as cial organ of the International C. E we sincerely ask (he assistance o f
May 21. A dance will be held in
every car driver in helping us make
Development Force in the County,” “ The Christian Endeavor World
quest.' The body was turned over 1 Coggwell hall in the evening. Beer’s the funeral up to late this afternoon.
tho highways o f this county and
“ Clackamas County in 1937.”
to a Portland undertaking firm and orchestra will play.
on some interesting plans for the state safer for the motoring public.
be made in the Portland papers.
the funeral will be held there.
The traffic officers patroling your
BASEBALL GAME SUNDAY
Cardwell leaves his widow, Ida M.
Each member o f the club is urged
Societies from all over the county highways aro placed there by their
COOKED FOOD SALE
to enter a contestant In the harmo-
Cardwell, three brothers, James o f
departments for your benefit to as
At 2:30 on Sunday afternon the
you in every way possible while
Redding, Calif.; Carol o f Brady, Davidson Bread company baseball
Announeement is made by women J*“
* ° " te**’ B™
i8ter, aad An‘
WHERE TO WORSHIP
using the public highways o f your
Wash.; and Orville o f Bend, Ore., team wiil play Estacada on the home o f the local W. C. T. U. that a cooked J 0" " ’ ° rfeg° \ C,ty JeWelers’ have
offered a fine harmonica as a prize.
and a sister, Mrs. Elizabeth Truax field. To every person who buys food s~le will be held at the drug
This being the first o f a series o f
Kenneth J, Husby, Pastor
an admission to the game at the store on Saturday, May 28, beginning
o f Albany, Ore. Decedent was a
articles, one of which will be pub
price o f 25c, a chance will be given at 10 o ’clock. The sale will be In vided by a quartet o f Molalla ladies.
member o f the Masonic Lodge of to make a guess how many loaves o f charge o f Mrs. E. E. Hannah. Mrs,
P. O. Riley, secretary o f the Ma-
Next Sunday at the Christian lished in this paper every week, per
Kelso, Wash., and Elk’s Lodge o f bread can be carried in the Davidson Hassell is the local president o f the J ri° n County Federation o f Clubs will church every church member in thi taining to the above mentioned
| attend and give a short talk about vicinity whose church is not repre changes in the motor vehicle laws,
Chehalis, Wash., and other organi- Bread wagon that brings fresh ba- organization,
I the work the Marion County club is sented in Estacada is cordially inv’ the balance o f our available space
zations. He was well known as a kery products to Estacada every day.
ted to the morning worship hour at will be given to “ Definition o f
PAY STATION CHANGED
lumber expert and made his h om e! The 2 closest guessers will get 1
Terms” as used in the motor vehicle
at the camp. His permanent homo loaf of Davidson’s bread free each
Sixteen clubs, covering all parts 11 o’clock.
A communion service is planned laws and which are misunderstood
According to an announcement o f Clackamas county belong to the
was at Kelso, and he was a native clay for 2 weeks. It is a unique
made yesterday by Ivan L. Swift, Greater Clackamas Union o f Clubs and the sermon subject is to be “ Th by a large number o f people.
son o f Albany.
contest and well worth trying.
- Gresham manager fo r the Portland and much interest is shown in these Monumental E..’.fence o f Christian Highway— Any road or highway de
Electric Power Co., Estacada patrons meetings. Two future dates have ity,” which will be followed by the signated by the state or county for
o f the company will pay their bills been spoken for, one o f them to be Lord’s Supper. You will enjoy th s the use o f the public.
at the S. and S. Hardware company an open air picnic lunch during the service and it will be one to be re Hard Surface Highway— Any road
membered. Come bring your family or highway constructed or surfaced
from now on, as the pay station has 1 summer months
been moved there
o f any material which is commonly
The evening service will be held in called pavement.
___________ _ _ _
jpaign to raise a $4,000,000 fund to the high school auditorium. Rev
V ehicle— Any mechanical device o f
¡carry on a four-year national adver-
Moore o f Independence will bring th< any kind moving by any other than
A p p l e Urower» Will
1 tislng program for the apple industry
baccalaureate sermon to the gradúa
Raise Four Million o f the country will start immediately ting class o f 1927. Plan to attem human power over the highways o f
according to an announcement made both services Sunday.
Motor Vehicle— Any self propelled
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind., May 11— here today by Paul C. Stark, preii-
vehicle moving over the highway«
Representing and for the benefit o f dent o f Apples for Health, Inc,,
o f the state, excepting road rollers,
apple growers everywhere throughout which is sponsoring the campaign.
Thomas I. Kirkwood, Pastor
farm tractors, fire engines, and po
Sunday school at 10 a.
Motor Truck— Every motor vehicle
designed and used for carrying, con
Service o f worship at 11. Sub
veying, or moving over the highways
jset: “ The Certainty o f Belief.’
o f the state any freight, property,
The Christian Endeavor will met
UPPER EAGLE CREEK
article or thing which has a maximum
in the evening at the church. O
load carrying capacity o f one ton or
Friday evening, May 20, there w l
Mrs. R. B. Gibson and Mis» Edythe
,Th® du'!IOrtJC.1?ri,,,t!“ " Endleavorers
be a Christian Endeavor busine“
Peters called at the home o f Roy * *
Z ‘ 5*
th* Ch? S' necting and social at the home o Solid Tired Vehicles— Any vehicle
having two or more solid or metal
Douglass Wednesday evening.
tian ch“ rch at Estacada 0n Tue9da>
Mr. and Mr*. Wiley Howell,
j „ Funeral »ervice* for M ri- E11#n
Mr. and Mrs. W. Held accompanied
Trailer— Any four wheeled veh’cle
M. Clarke, Who died May 8, follow- by Mrg Harold j 0}fnir motored to
o f a load carrying capacity o f one
Ing an operation, were held last Wed- Greshttm on Mondav.
ton or more which is not propelled
nesday at Finley’s Chapel in Port-
Ml, and Mrg, Roy Ginther and
Sunday school at 2 p. m. Classe
by its own power but is drawn be
land. Internment was made in the dau(fhter Marian o f Portiand
gpent for all ages. Church service at 3
or pushed in front o f a self-
8unday at the home o f their gigter
EAGLE CREEK CHURCH
Mrs. Clark was a well known and brother, Mr. and Mrs. H. John
resident here and was held in high son.
trailer or vehicle having a load car
Sunday school at 10:30 a. m., Mi
esieem by all her friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Horger and
rying capacity o f one ton or more
Her husband, R. S. Clark, and two little son, Marvin, were week-end 'angers superintendent. Christia- used in connection with a four
sons, Murray H. and Carl R. Clark, guests at the home o f Mrs. Marie Endeavor at 7:16. Church servic wheeled vehicle for carrying part of
at 8 o ’clock.
Klinker and family.
the load thereof.
Tire Width— Shall mean the mea
Mr. and Mrs, Raymond DeShazer,
sure taken on the cross section of
Mr. and Mr*. Ray Woodle, Mr». Jane as guests from Portland on Sunday I
Charles E. Butterfield, Pastor
the tread o f the wheel.
Akers, Mr*. Katie Paddison, Mr». T. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Farmer, Mr. Me [
Total Tire Width— Shall mean the
C. McKay, and Mrs. Roxanna Cle»ter Connell, Mrs. Hicks and »on Edward,
The Community church is oppe
Mr. Frank Howard ha» gone away
sum o f the widths of all wheels of
were among tho»e who attended the
site the Estacada Hotel on Main St
funeral in Portland.
There will be full gospel service
Owner— Shall mean any
Mr. and Mr». Roy Douglass had
every evening at 8 o’clock and a
a» guest» Saturday Mr. and Mrs. several years at the home o f her
2:30 and 8 o’clock on Sunday. Th
having the lawful use or control of
Charlie Moehnke, and Mr. and Mrs. son, Julius Paulsen, returned to her
messages o f the week will include
any motor vehicle under contract or
Dawson Fairchild and little daughter home in Portland last Saturday.
The Grange held its regular meet Blood Atonement, Divine Healing release or otherwise for a period o f
Signs o f the Times, Return o f th< ten or more successive days.
Eagle Creek Grange, having ac ing Saturday night.
Lord Jesus, Holy Living, Baptism Legal Owner— Shall mean the owner
cepted an invitation from the "Lents
if the Holy Spirit. These spirit
f a legal title to a vehicle.
EL WOOD ITEMS
Grange, went to Lents last Saturday
filled messages are satisfying to th Intersection— Shall mean the point
with it* Degree team and initiated
School closed Friday with five pu hearts that are hungry and thirsty or place where one highway or pub
two candidates in the first and se
lic way joins the other at an angle,
cond degree* and put on the drill» pils taking the eighth grade examine
-Allan H. Banks, Teacher Evangeli»' whether or not it crosses same.
fo r those two degrees. There wai tions. The school picnic was held
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e lirge attendance at the meeting, May 6 and was well attended and
visitors coming from several other thoroughly enjoyed.
W. C. T. U. MOTHERS MEET
granges. A fine program was given dents received diplomas for regular
and everyone was much pleased with attendance and good work.
On May 12 Mrs. E. E. Hannah,
25— Meeting of
The clearing on the Market Road
the work put on by the Eagle Creek
superintendent o f the mother's meet
Union o f Clubs at Molalla.
was finished Wednesday.
ings department o f the W. C. T. U.,
The Fisher Brothers, contractors
Mr*. Katie Paddison was a Port
entertained in honor o f the mothers
May 22 and 23— "The Better o f Estacada.
land visitor the first o f the week. gave a party for their employees and
Mr. and Mr». R. B. Gibson were their families Wednesday night. Ice W ay" is coming to the Liberty Thea
Mrs. E. B. Andrews, County pre-
the dinner guest* o f Mr, and Mr». cream and cake were served and dan tre.
sidnt o f the organization, was there
cing and cards were the chief en
Ray Woodle Sunday.
and gave a very interesting talk on
May 24-25-26— “ The Lost W orld” the union. Rev. F. A. Simms gave
Mr. and Mr«. James Taylor visited tertainment.
Prank Bitner and family o f Sandy nt the Liberty theatre.
Mr. and Mr». Will Douglas* Sunday.
talk on “ The Mothers o f the Bible.”
Mr. and Mr* Roy Douglas* called were guests at the home o f hie father
Readings were given by Mrs. O. E.
May 27 and 28— "The Sap” is Smith and Mrs. J. G. Hayman. Re
On Mr and Mr». Chari*» Upd»grave on Sunday.
Millard Sarver o f Estacada and "oming to the Liberty theatre.
freshments followed the program.
Mr. and Mrs. George Preister and Victor Leon o f Currinsville were
May 29-30— “ The Yankee Clip
children called on Mr. and Mr*. Roy business visitors in Elwood Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. George Brown o f per” will be at the Liberty Theatre PRINCIPAL IS CONGRATULATED
Douglas* Sunday evening.
Little Betty Jean Douglas« accom Sandy visited relatives here Sunday with William Boyd, the famous star
A baby daughter was horn yester
Otis Vallen, who is suffering from if the “ Volga Boatman", in the title
panied Mi»« Edythe Peters home la*t
day to Mr. and Mrs. O. T. Olsen. Mr.
Friday to be her gueet over the week
Olsen is the principal o f the F.staca-
da Union High School
Roy Douglas* and family motored
to Oregon City Tuesday on a shop- home Sunday were hi* two brothers with Shirley Mason, coming to the
An Intensely Interesting Serial
Portland hospital and reported to be
• tr trip.
[from Wilsonvills and Mr. and Mrs. Liberty theatre.
O f Mystery and Romance
doing nicely. They are receiving
Dick Gibson sold two heifers and Stauffer and family.
THE FIRST INSTALLMENT APPEARS ON
News from the Neighboring Towns
Retribution selected a strange agent in
gentle, scholarly Peter Milman.There
was the blood or admirals and adventu
rers in this quiet man living the life
of a hermit in a city. When the call
came to do battle with an arch crook,
fortified in politics and finance, the
vigor of fignting ancestors asserted
itself. Oddly assorted, too, were Mil-
man’s captains — Fleming Bradney,
scientist; Floyd Malet, sculptor; Nee-
land Barnes, international polo player
—but the real brigadier of his forces
proved to be Nita, the accomplished
daughter of Neeland Barnes.
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of Garfield on Monday.
¡tar’s ”I«addi*'’ at the Liberty.