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Devoted to ihe Interests ot Eastern Clackamas County
VOL. X í l
SCHOOL BOARO AND
P.TJ GIVES RECEPTION
ESTACADA, OREGON, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1927
LOCAL AND PERSONAL
Jess Denny, o f Tillamook, wa~ i
week enú visitor in Estacada.
J. E. Gates, funeral director of
Under the auspices o f the school Gresham and Estacada, was a >. isitor
board and the P. T. A., a reception in Estacada last Saturday.
was given to the teachers o f the Esta-
cada schools last Friday evening in
Guy Graham, o f Seattle, arm ed
the high school auditorium. There last week for a visit with relatives
was quite a large crowd in attend here.
ance, although the affair had not re
ceived much advertising. Mrs. Beck
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Webber left
president o f the Parent-Teachers’ As on Tuesday for Antelope where Mr.
sociation, presided and announced the Weber is negotiating for a ranch.
First a piano
trio, by Pauline, Fred and Evelyn
Mr. and Mrs. M. G. l ifer came over
Buell, children o f the principal. J. G. from Portland and spent the week
Hayman, president o f the school end with Estacada relatives.
board, gave an address of welcome to
the teachers and Mrs. Harry Hitch
Mrs. Nellie Gardener, one of the
ing followed by a vocal solo, with grade teachers, spent the week end
Miss E hel Hayman et the piano. The at her home in Portland.
musical numbers were highly apprec
iated. Mr. Bqell, principal o f tlje
Mr. and Mrs, ft- W, Cgry, o f Port
schools, >vas then called upon for land, visited Estacada -last Sunday
some remarks, which he gave in a and were calleis at the W. F. Cary
very pleasing manner and then pro home.
ceeded to ask all the teachers to risp
to ibpii' feel uqd he introduced them,
Mr. and Mis, Jack Hayden have
pig*. Uucll was included in this in moved from the Ray Lovelace resi
dence to the home of Mr». Hayden’s
LOCAL AND PERSONAL
ÄÄGLD PARTY GiVcK M
A D em p sey-S h ark ey W a g e r P arty
A party which resulted from a wag
er on the Denipsey-Sharkey boxing
contest some time ago, was held at
the home o f Dr. and Mrs. W. W.
Rhodes last Thursday evening when
the Dempsey-Tunney bout was staged
Ecntertainers for the evening were
Dr. Rhode, Mr. and Mrs. D. Eshle-
man, Mr. and Mrs. T. Ahlberg,
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Beers, Mrs. C.
E. Sparks, Mr. Gohring, and Mr. and
Mis. A. Smith. Those o f the winning
side were, Mrs. Helen Lovelace, Mrs.
Rhodes, C. E. Sparks, Mr. and Mrs.
Wallace Smith and Mrs. Gohring.
“ 500 ’ was the diversion and the two
who carried o ff high score were Mrs.
Lovelace and A. Smith.
Mrs. Rhodes were the pleasant re-
cipents o f the consolation.
Mrs. Lena Underwood and son Lest
er ar.d Miss Erma Jones are atUnd-
erwo .d, Washington, picking apples.
Mr. and Mis. Gibbons, who have
A*tar « general «nod time visiting parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Posson.
been living in the James Simms re
and getting acquainted, all repared
sidence, moved to Portland Saturday,
to the domestic science room where
Matt Lonsberry and wife went over
refreshments of punch and cakes
on Beaver Creek last Sunday to visit
Jr nys Closner and family, have
Mr. and Mrs. Koscoe Guard, return
moved into the Alta Schock residype»
ing via uregen City.
just across the river.
^ormpr Resident Here
Roy Wilcox gnd Clarynce Webber
Mr, and Mrs J. A, Sqmmgr, pf returned from Antelope in the east-
Hotlyrowd, Kansas, arrived in Estaca | ern part o f the state, Sunday even-
da one day last week and Mr. Som (ing.
mer has been busy greeting old-time
friends. He was cashier in the Esta
Mrs. George Sylvestor. motley.
c h a Statp Bank a(ioqt }2 ysar9 ago Mrg. W. E. Linn and ME and Mrs.
and moved to Kansas later. At pre Tracy Gaboon, cousins o f Mrs. Linn,
sent he is proprietor of a Farmer’s were guests at Linn’s Inn last Sunday
Union store at Hollyrood.
made the trip to Estacada by auto
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Freeman and
mobile over the Yellow Trail through
the Yellow Stone National Park. Mr. three boys spent the week end here
Sommer owns a fruit ranch cast uf visiting at the home o f her parents,
He ma)ces tpe trip out Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Barr.
this away about every two years and
Miss Eeila Howe left last Sunday
says that every time he comes he
notes a big improvement being made for Independence whery she has a po
ju the y.;H!jtt:y ^urjquudiHg Estacad» sition as critic in the schools. Her
»hd that it is settling up very fast. school opened on Monday.
Mr. Sommer was a pleasant caller at
tfie News office Tuesday o f thi§ wpejf
Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Boyle, o f Port
»■id said to shove his date tag ahead land, were visitors at the home of
another year, thereby getting his Mrs. Boyle's sister, Mrs. W. F. Cary,
weekly letter regular.
Mrs. D. Furnish and J. E. Shupe,
of Portland, spent Sunday at the C.
Mrs. Win Wciugart was in Port
land over the week end.
H IG H S C H O O L N E W S
All those wishing to call the pffico
may do so hetwsen ihe hours 9:00 to
8:45 and 11 :00 to 11:45.
The first two weeks and more o f
school have passed and the »chular-
ship is progressing nicely. Many new
students are still coming in and it
looks as though there will be a larger
enrollment than ir.st year.
The high school has a very large
commercial department this year.
There are thirty-six students begin
ning typing and the typew riters are
in use at all periods o f the day.
Miss Lillian Schmidt, u f Portland,
“ i itgd high school one day last week.
After a visit of a few days here M:ss Schmidt was formerly a teach
CH RISTIA N CHUP.CU
with his family, F. M. Forman again er o f the Eighth grade here. She is
returned to eastern Oregon to look now teaching at Washugal, Washing
Bible School; i0 :0 0 a. m.
business matters on Tuesday of ton.
Morning Service; 11:00 a. m. Sub
'the high school girls are getting
ject “ The Effects of Ein.”
ready for basketball and are practic
Christian Endeavor; 8:830 p. in.
ing twice a week. Basketball practice
Jim Jennings has been in Estacada
Evening Service; 7:30 p. m. Sub
will begin in earnest the second week
this week visiting friends. The Jen
ject “ Must Be Born Again."
in October with Miss Scott as coach.
Ladies Aid Society invites the wom nings family formerly resided here
At the county fair held at Canby,
and Jim graduated^from the Estacada
en o f the community.
two high school students, Thomas
NOTICE— All members of the con
¡laker and Minnie Baker, with Edith
gregation are requested to be present
Howell as leader, put on an outdoor
The mother of W. C. McWillis pass
at the regular quarterly business
jrujeting o f the church Saturday, Oct ed away on September 20, 1927, at
Many plays and entertainments are
ober i i 192f, 7 :3(l p. m. Important. the home o f her son in Walport, Ore being planned to take place this year.
gon. She was 81 years old and had
Election o f officer».
The Civics class has decided to use
We invite you to worship with us been sick for some time,
“ The Literary Digest” for current
(strangers are welcome.
made happy and right at home.
Mr. and Mrs. Stewart Grabcel and
The following students that have
D. E. DENT. Minister.
little sons, counsins o f W. H. Gra- enrolled within a week are:
!,eel, and his uncle, A. Grabeel, all
Freshmen— Irvin Stahlnecker, Pet
W. .1. Kimmell, late o f California, of Portland, were guests at the Ora- er Rydereroski, Paul Buhlinger.
Sophomores— Margaret 'McConnel,
h«» bought 8« acres «ear Log La-
Elmer Girt, Ervin Douglas, Enert
Barre, known as the LaBarrc ranch,
Born— To Mr. end Mrs. Harry Stahlnecker, Herschel Gauiey.
and with Mrs. Kimmel arrived last
Monday and were moving to their Grable, o f Springwater, on Monday
new home this week. While in Esta September 23, a son. They now have Brown, William Uauley.
Seniors— Elvin Beck, Harold Hitch
cada they have been stopping at the e pair of boys. Mrs. Grable is the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Me- ing, Sam Whitehead.
Will's, of Estacada,
Those attending the county fair at
Canby Friday were Evelyn Myers,
Sympathy Is extended to John Nord
Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Smith, his Erma Wilcox, Manie Baker, Thomas
hand, o f Estacada, whose brother,
mother, Mr3. A. Smith and sister, Baker and Edith Howell.
Clarence Nordlund, met his death
Mrs. Neva Day and Mrs. Smith’s sis
The cooking instructor o f the Esta
while working at a camp at Astoria
ter, Mrs. Ray Hammond, made up a cada high school, Miss Scott, has a
on Tuesday, September 27. Particu
a, iy and visited Portland last Sun- class o f eight giris. They have been
lars o f his death were not given. Mr.
copying receipts and canning peaches
Nordlund left Wednesday for Astor-
Miss Scott says they intend to start
I* I mny the guests at the Sylvor.tor cafeteria next week.
! Lawrence home last Sunday were Mr.
The sewing class, under the super
Mr. and Mrs. J.- B. Robertson of 'and Mrs. Lester Huston and son. Mr.
vision o f Miss Scott, is progressing
arfield, had a pleasant surprisse lost i.nd Mrs. Duane Lawrence and their
unday, when Mr. and Mrs. Guy Reid daughter, Mrs. Bratney and husband
A large enrollment o f boys in the
nd two children drove out from Os •all of Portland.
manual training and the mechanical
■ego to see them and took supper.
drawing classes, is reported by Mr.
Owen Scott was hit by a falling tree Drews.
The Garfield Grange meets in regu 'limb last Friday, while working in a
The English class is stuulng news
lar session on Saturday evening, Oct. logging camp at Dover, and had one
writing this term. In order to ge*
side of his nose nearly torn loose. An some practical experience, they are to
Estacada physician took care o f the write the school notes for papers.
Mrs. Earl Jones o f Camp “ 8” was wound and he is getting along nice-
Monday the third week o f school
a guest at the John Higgins home at ,iy.
found several new students entering
Springwater last Sunday.
for the term’s work.
Mrs. Reliance Carlisle, daughter of
The initiation o f freshmen new
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur L. Reilsing. of Mr. er.d ?.Trs. W. H. Moore o f the students and new teachers, was start
Hillsboro, were guests at the A. W. Fstacad i hotel, e hose home is at Oak ed by making them all walk across
Grove, was secured to substitute in the stage. The freshmen had to give
Schiedel home over the week end.
the grade school for Miss Hunter, their name, address and ambi'ion.
The Girls' Glee club is going t
Mr. and Mrss. Frank Gill o f Dufur, who is iccuperating in a Portland
A'ash., were visitors at the Win. hospital after an operation for ap hold a meeting Wednesday evening.
(Continued on page 3)
Dale home last Wednesday.
Mrs. Nina B. Ecker, who is a news
paper woman o f quite a little exper
ience in the newspaper game and an
all round country printer and who has
been connected with the newspaper
here for a number o f years at differ
ent times is aga n on the News staff.
V\ e are very glad to get the services
o f Mrs. Ec..ei . n , feel sure the read
ers o f the News ..ui be glad to know
that she is bacs on tile lore». She is
well acquainted in Estacada and
knows the spelling o f the different
people s n inn's and therefore will
eliminate the hud spelling along this
line. If you h«.ve any news or any
thing tout yua w.sii to report or any
help witu «... « iu
can give it to
Mrs. t e x t ! oi tali 8x3 and we will
send a representative to you. We are
endeavoring to maxe The Eastern
Clackamas i\ews the best newspaper
in the County and with your assist
ance we can. To those who do not
get time to report their news to the
News o-fice direct will be taken care
o f by Mrs. i red L. Haynes, who
manes weeaiy calls at the residences
anu ete-y lim e item given her or
Mrs. Ecker will be greatly appreciated
by the editor o f the News and your
home paper will be one o f the things
o f great interest to you and to your
friends that huve moved away who
want to hear what you arcdoing.
..is . F. J. liarkenrider is still on
the sick hs..
ESTACADA DAM TO
HAÏE LADGE SUPPER
Mr. and Mrs. A. Smith and daugh-
The Estacada Bund voted to have a
-.pent S: ini.iy in Stcyton, Ore
big supper at the I.O.O.F. Hall, Sat
urday, October 8th. The band is run
Mrs. Will Bel! o f San u'y was a visit ning a little behind and this supper
or at the J. II. Demir.g home last Sun is for the raising o f a few dollars for
the purpose o f paying a few back
bills and putting the band on
The secretary o f the Estacada band solid ground again. Everyone is urg
reports that there are three new ed to attend this supper and get their
money’s worth in a “ square meal”
and thereby help the band also. The
Mrs. Gladys Duug drove to Salem Band is one of the best advertise
Inst i.I inday to atiend the State Fair ments the town has and we cannot a f
ford to lose it and we will not if every
and visit relatives.
one does his part in supporting it.
Gravel was placed on Short street It makes no difference what the oc-
last week and it is hoped that the ccssion may be, if there is any music
wanted the band boys are more than
goo l work will continue.
willing to respond and it is not any
Billy Handle, who has been work more than fair that when the Band
ing in eastern Oregon for sever"! boys want a little boost, financially
or otherwise, it is our place to return
months, has returned to Estacada.
the favor and give wnat we can ably
airs. Vernie Duus, of Antelope. spare. By doing this we will be help
Oregon, is visiting in Estacada and ing the community maintain the best
organization that it now has. At this
putting up fruit.
supper you will not only get all you
M. Lonsberry was a business visit- can eat but you will hear some real
or at the sawmill o f Graves Bros., clussicul music by the newly organiz
ed orchestra o f Estacada made up o f
in Upper Higland, last Saturday.
members o f the band. Come out ev
Guy Graham left on Monday for eryone and enjoy yourselves with the
Astoria and other points to visit re band boys.
latives, returning Wednesday.
A rtisa n C ard P arty
Rev. B. F. Clay, who left here last
N O T IC E
The United Artisans o f this place
May to take charge o f the Christian
There will be a regular meeting of church at Turner, Oregon, was an will give a card party in the I.O.O.F.
Neighbors o f Woodcraft to be held at Estacada visitor the first part o f the Hall, on Wednesday evening, October
the Masonic Hall Thursday, October 8 week.
5. Everybody invited. *
All Neighbors are requested to be
present to plan the winters entrteqin
Mr. and Mrs. R, R. Cooke drove to
Mrs. J. J. Toll, Mrs. T. E. John
son and Mrs. Thos. Jones from Camp Salem, Milwaukic and other points
MARGARET MOSS, G. N .1
1 V4 were Estacada visitors on Tues last Monday on a business mission.
Mr. and Mrs. W. Kaake and daugh
ter, Irene, are at Yacama, Wash.,
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. lleylman at-
tei.de 1 a.i
Derby at Spokane,
Earl Gunter, while cranking the working in the apple orchards.
V. acu.agtun, me ialier part ot Iasi speeder Monday, received a bad cut
A C lose C all.
wee*. Mis. neyiuiau took a spin in over the right eye from the crank
a sister plane to the one that "Lindy” handle which slipped o ff.
There came near being a bad auto
drove across the Atlantic, and at
times traveled at the ra te. of 100 FOE SALE— Six pigs, O. I. C. stock, mobile accident in Estacada last Sun
miles per hour, 1000 feet in the ai;.
weaned. Also one O. I. C. stock, day afternoon at the corner o f Sec
They report that they enjoyed them
Call W. M. Douglass, phone 69-6 ond and Main streets, when a car dirv
en by Mis3 Alta Darrow ran into Mes
selves very much. Their son, Captain
srs. J. W. and A. S. Hassell’s car.
W. II. Heylman, had charge oi the
Miss Alice Douglass was in the car
iruiispurtuion part o f the Derby.
Mrs. Neva Smith-Day, daughter of
with the Darrow girl. No damage
Mr. and Mrs. A Smith, is here from
was done with the exceptions o f a
Mr. and Mrs. Jonn Page went to Stayton visiting her parents and oth punctured tire on the Hassel car.
Port and last Friday to visit their
daughter, Mrs. J. T. Hogan.
M E T H O D IS T N O T E S
William Gould, o f Portland, who
iiogan was struck by a hit-and-run
driver last March and has never en lias been working at the LaDee log
Sunday School 10:00 a. m.
tirely recovered and it will be some ging Comp, was taken to Portland,
Preaching, 11:00 a. m.
time before he will be able to walk.
Tuesday, by Dr. Gilbert, having had
Epworth League, 6:30 p. m.
one of his ankles injured by a choker.
Preaching, 7:30 p. m.
Mrs. J. T. Irvin had for guest Sun-
day. ,ur. and Mrs. V. J. Hillyard and
children, o f Boring, Mr. and Mrs. Jo.
Dowdy, o f Portland. Dinner was giv
en In honor o f Mr. .and Mrs. Sommer
of Hollyrood, Kansas.
Pete F’ry, who was called out of
the mountains a few days ago on ac
count o f the illness o f his mother at
Gold Beach, Ore., returned Tuesday
to the forest service and reports that
his mother hud recovered.
Mr. and Mrs. C. Higgins and child
Gladys and Anna I.orch, of St. Paul
ren were guests at the home of Mr,
Minn., arrived last Snturday to visit
Higgins’ parents, Mr. and Mrs. John their old-time friends, Mrs. John
Higgins, at Springwater, last Sunday Blauth and Mrs. Herman Gohring.
They left Monday, Mr. and Mrs. B.
Miss Edna Bates, eldest daughter Gohring driving them to Portland
of Mrs. Moilie Kates, left last week where they proceeded on their way
for Monmouth where she will attend home, via California.
the State Normal.
Mr. and Mrs M. Lonsberry and
Mr. and Mrs. U. S. Morgan visited Mrs. Stella Graves went to Highland
relatives a* Roschurg this week and last Saturday.
While visiting Mr.
bef ve they return home will also at and Mrs. Frank Nicholas, they attend
tend the Stale Fair at Salern.
ed the play given by patrons o f th<
Clarke Grange, called, “ The Country
Mrs. H. Sitton, sister o f Mrs. T Clodhopper” which was enjoyed by
Yocum, and her son Paul Dempsey all.
and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Sitton spent
A party consisting of Mrs. A. G.
Sunday at the Thos. Yocum home
Ames, Vernon Ames, Mrs. Otto Hig
They reside in Portland.
gins and Will Killendonk drove to Un
Rev. C. T. Cooke Is the name of the derwood,
new minister sent by the district con where they visited Mrs. Ames’ sister,
Lena Underwood and other rel
ference to take charge o f the Method ’ ’
ist churcli at this place. We have not atives. They returned Sunday even
yet learned if he will be here to hold ing.
services next Sunday, But is expect
Everybody should keep in mind the
ed to he here.
meeting o f the Eastern Clackamas
A family reunion to celebrate the (»immunity club this Friday evening,
wedding anniversary o f Mr. and Mrs. at the hand hall. Election o f officer?
Waller Paulsen in Portland, was held and other important business. A pro-
wst «iu:. lay and Mr. and Mrs. Frank ,Tr«m will follow. Let’s all go and
Harkc-hi ider and daughter, Miss make this a real meeting and show
Edith were in altendence.
Mrs. the real community spirit.
i aolsen is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs John Richards and
family, left this week for Portland
J. K. Wiennn, from the Swiss Flor " here they will take charge o f a res-
al Co., at Portland is the speake- w V 'nurant and confectionery owned by
will deliver an address at the Com Mrs. Richards' father. It is 1o ated
munity Club meeting to he held at the on 23rd and Washington streets. Mr.
¡.an ’ tf 'I,
day evening. He will Richards has been head clerk at the
talk on Cultivation and Fertil'aation. Estacada Feed store for a number o f
If you miss this talk you will be miss years, is well and favorably known
ing the treat o f the season and the in this vicinity. The family will be
missed by a host o f friends.
club want* you to be present.
Rev. C. T. Cook has been assigned
to the Estacada Methodist church and
we expect him the last o f the week
Rev. Cook comes to us from Fossil,
Regular Aid meetings are held the
first an third Wednesday o f each
month. The next meeting will he held
at the home o f Mrs. Irving Smith,
Wednesday, October 5. Everyone be
sure to be there as there are many
things o f importance to be discussed
at this time.
Below are quoted the new prices
to be charged by the three barbers o f
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Horn's for opening and closing are
Week Day, Excepting Saturday 8:00
a. m. to 7 :30 p. m.
Saturday 8:00 a. m. to 9:00 p. m.
Ora! Stormer is the proud owner o f
0 new Colonial Junior Range purchas
ed at the S. & S. Hardware Store.
Ben Tanler, Jr., o f San Francisco.
California, is visiting his sister, Mrs.
F red Bartholomew this week.
F’ red Neff, who has been work
at the U-Need-A Bakery left Sal
day for Los
Ralph Brunall, o f Portland is tak
Mrs. II. C. Stephens enterta
Misses Scott, Samuelson and Pai
Rose and Messrs Baker and Drew
a ix o ’clock luncheon Hunday e
New officers were elected for
Christian Bible School last Sum
They are. president, Mrs. D. E. I)i
vice-president. Miss Maude Shern
secretary and treasurer, Mr. Neil