VOLUME XXII LOCAL AND PERSONAL High School N ew s o f the Past Week Mr. and Mrs. Ted Harders drove to Portland last Saturday. SUTTT fiT 01 BflPTOlir R fip r l fll Miss Vivian Gorham visited Port- j j l f l l l j j I jjp jj* li.nd friends a few days last week. Mrs. L. P. Coop is on the sick list. Twenty members of the Eastern she hag bcen Ledfa;it fol. over a Clackamas Community club attended wee|< the Greater Clackamas Union of clubs at Gladstone last Thursday evening Hoy Hammond of Seattle, is visit- and came near bringing back the at t(,e home of Wallace Smith large coffee urn presented to the club this week. for the largest percentage of its ______________ membership in attendance. White The visit of Jack Frost here Sun- City Community club, the winners, day njgj,t proved quite disastrous only had three more in its reprosen- to the f|0Wer gardens. tation there. ________________ Alerlon G. Ellis o f Canby, newly e- jj ,. and j [ rs Art perry had visit- Icrted president presided and named ore from portland last Sunday to the the following committees for the year numher o f about fifteen. Mrs. Edith Hazen, Milwaukie and Dr. ______________ H. W. Freeze, Oregon City to be al- Mra T A Reid and children of Port ternato program chairmfn. Herman land, spent last week with her par- E. Lafke Canby. agriculture; B. 0 . ents, Mr. and Mrs. A. Perry. Garrett, Oregon City, publicity; Gor- ________________ ------------------------ , don J. Tatlor, Molalla, roads; M. S. Mrs. D. B. Herring is having quite Shrock, Milwaukie, visiting commit a time. She has not been able to talk tee. above a whisper for several weeks. Dr. P. O. Riley, Hubbard, secretary o f the Marion County Federation of Mr and Mrs. W. E. Buell and child- .( lubs, was the speaker o f the even- ren were dinner guests at the C. E. jng and talked on the value o f com- Johnson home in Gresham last Sun- manity cooperation. His address day. -was greatly enjoyed as also were the musical numbers by Mrs. J. W. Lind M,s. G. w. Kiger of Tillamook ar- and the Gladstone Merry ' Makers’ or- rlv#d i uesday to visit her ner motner rived Tuesday mother Estacada high school was defeated by Milwaukie high school in a game o f football last Friday on the Mil- waukie field, by a score o f 12 to 2. The entire student body was excused to attend this game and a good per cent o f them attended and did their share in the rooting. Remember this date, November 4. Date of the high school program, Everyone attend the entertainment and help the high school. At a student body meeting.Friday, the Freshmen were inspected by the Sen.ors to see if they were wearing their green ribbon. Several Fresh- men were put under the shower as a result o f the investigation. I ast Friday the Seniors measured the green ribbons and neckties of the Freshmen to see that they were 2 in- ches wide. The Freshmen were given ten minutes to fix them. The wood-turning class is almost finished in its exercises, and will soon start on its project, such as napkin rings, candle stick holders, etc. Some o f the boys in the upper classes are working on a large walnut radio cabinet. Although Monday night was Hal- lowe'en, the school grounds and build- in£s received no damages. They must haV8 been well guarded. Olive Bishop and Pauline Buell have received pins for typing more than The cooking class has been making forty words a minute. muffins and biscuits. With the abscnce of one o f their The classes are getting along football players, Everett Osborne very nicely with their second problem . K»tacada football boys went tc which is making dresses. Milwaukie and were defeated by a ______ on __ prohibition, _____ _ . A moving picture score of 12 to 2• Next Friday, they entitled “ Lest We Forget” *was showi wdl tangle with West Linn on their jn the high school auditorium, Tues- 0W" iield; day, October 25. It was a very in- Estacada lost another hard fought teresting picture and and showed showed ^the Friday after teresting picture the *)a*t*e t° Milwaukie * last * « rn d a y after noon’ 28. The The game was crime nf o f drunkeness. noon’ October 0ctober 28. T, „ l „ l , scoreless at the end o f the first half. - burn> was hew Thuraday'and tookTll ¡ f j * " * * h*a f * baU ° " the Mil* au‘ lr>lns four iour ttl„ m .T . i .,.. m. »„„u Ke thlee 5,81(1 llne an<1 try>nK chestrn. The splendid dinner was ser- M„ strugeon and sister, Miss Maude * ictur_ J hp nr(h“ t r 7 f .p ip times t,OU' d not put the bal1 over the ved by the ladies o f the Gladstone sturgeon. c . c I Z ! goal line far enougb to convince the boys, the girls Glee Club and mem Community club. It is quite likely referee. This discouraged the boys bers o f the orchestra. that the next meeting will be held in The U-Need-A Bakery baked three somewhat and in the second half Mil- Milwaukie. Word has been received by Mr. waukie scored two touchdowns. Ev fine Hallowe’en cakes the latter part _ ------------------ —. o f last week for three different Hal- m the near future, Milton erett Osborne, Estacada high’s full A. Miller, representative from Mult- back, who was ill, was greatly miss owe’en parties. All Saints Night nomah County, will give the stu ed several times. Estacada would Mr. and Mrs. John Haveland and dent body a ,jalk on " The Building o.r have scored more than once had Os Hallowe’en at Estacada and vicinity was duly observed by parties and din- children o f Portland were guests at ^ ♦ ** ^ « . 99 borne’s 175 pounds been in the line ners and many social affairs previous- the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Heyl- '. 11 go,nf’ ] ' 'v,n’ *bu> penc.rate the stone wall put rp b\ ly have made use of the black and man last Sudnay. i ^ se o o s u< < nts o t » .wauk.e. As it was, their fullback yellow colors, black cats, w i t c h e s . ----------------------^ W,th WeSt Llnn nextJwas too light and so Estacada re- named scoreless, etc., as decorations. The News is sorry to report the The evening was clear and cold and continued illness of Mr$. Julius ~ ’ 1— —------------------------------ a warm fire should have been a very Kreager last week. She is somewhat | According to an announcement by Mis. Homer Sarver came from pleasant commodity. However, the improved at this time. County Engineer D. T. Meldrum. Portland last Sunday to visit at the youth was abroad in the land an d e -1 work o f widening and building new home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E spite strictest vigil, managed to cele- Mrs. Andy Jannsen o f Portland approaches to the Eagle Creek bridge E. Hannah, bratc this occassion in what they visited Estacada friends a few days will begin next week, termed a glorious and happy manner, the latter pnrt of last week, being I ■ Dr. C. P. Johnson, who has been but what older people considered a the guest o f Mrs. Art Smith, Church of Christ riotous manner. Harmless sports and 1 ___________ Estdcada’s most efficient dentist for pianka are tp'erated with a smile, but ¡n_ and Mrs_ o . V. Coop and baby,! Special Meetings continue. Book of some time, sold his business and of- when property is destroyed and great Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Coop and Arthur Revelations considered every night. f ’ ce fixtures to Dr. H. M. Kramer, expense is the result gf pranks and Hackey, drove to Portland last Sun- A B invited to attend at least once. ° f Portland. Dr. Kramer took pos- moving of property, then the law day to attend church at Montavilla. The preacher takes the blame if you session of the offiee last Tuesday. take* a tianci in the bu*ine**. _______ _________ do pot wish to come a second time. October 1, You will always find Dr. Many people about town took the Fupils o f the Eighth grade with ------------------------- Kramer in his offiee during office precaution Of lifting their gates from their teacher, Miss Anderson and Ttle Camp Fire girls, accompanied hours and invites you to come to him their hinges and putting them away other grades had parties Monday even hy their leader, Miss Anderson, wf.it with »H your dental troubles and ip safety, clearing their porches and ing after school hours. They played ior 8 hike last Saturday. After cross- he will endeavor to give you satis- ,yards o f all movable property apd games and enjoyed light refresh- the rlve*’ on the bridge near town, faction and the most courteous ser- iocked their woodhouses and garages pients, they roasted "weenies” and ate theii vice. Dr. Johnson says that he has yet the youngsters had no trouble in __________ lunch and then went on up the river not decided as to what ho will do as finding plenty of employment, How- Mis* Mary Alice Reed came out nn<1 crossed back on the swinging yct but he expects to locate in Port- ever, It was not so bad here. Some from Portland last Sunday to visit bridge above Faraday. land. sidewalks were torn up, and quite a her mother and was accompanied by ■■ . ____________________ _____________ - number o f small buildings moved, but Mr. and Mrs. D. Dinson, o f Meachem, most o f them were replaced by the Oregon. Mrs. Dinson was formerly boys and now everything is lov ely , Vivian James. “ and the goose hangs high” for the ______________ next great celebration.— Thanksgiv- Mr. and Mrs. Ed Douglass o f Yon- JJJ¥; ealla, Oregon, spent the week end ii tyrtg vicinity tjjeif (ittlg 4aX*b- Mt t Mrs. S. IV. Lawr«nc? o f **etty ^l’ani They »Pent Sunday Polls, d were guests of Mr. and Mr*. at Dip horn« of Mi. Douglass G. f I.-.wrence last Sunday, mother, Mrs, J. If. Denning. Special Meetings in Estacada ftrprit ttynpifig fium i nthg firgt part tif the week and renewed th< p iper that goes to his home here 1« Th e was quite an increase in the Estacada and had the News sent to numl er of books loaned during Octo him at Lakeview, also. He left last her over September. 312 books were Wednesday for his new home. toaneU *m| ua the fir»t <|ay qf ember the number o f book* still out Mis* Lilly Homedew, formerly of was 93. this place when she was domestic New subscribers to the Library As science tencher In the high school sociation during the month were, spent the week end here, being the Mrs. E T Jones, Mrs. Jean Wein- guest of Mrs. G. E. Lawrence. Miss gart Leslie Darrow, Hershel Gauley Homedew is now a teacher in the and Evelyn Bronson Old members Hillsboro high school. tllHi ; cn?w?d were, Mrs. J. G. Hay-1 ¡imu Jftga Klii/da bv,-c* Mi*. ji;»y jy ,1- Mi> A. flaiding ¡iapi* down Xrqm ; co\, J, s Georg* Hitching and Mra. Gamp 8 Saturday where she had i L ibrary N y w , Wes? of the School buildings General Subject BOOK OF REVELATION. Ted Harders spent the week end at his home here. He is working at the La Dee Logging camp. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Vise o f Milwaukie spent Sunday at the home o f Mr. and Mrs. Fred Haynes. M.S3 Ruth Huett was here from Portland over the week-end visiting her cousin Mrs*. Raymond Lovelace, and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. T. Ahlberg and fam ily returned the latter part o f last week from n visit with relatives and friends in Seattle. M:ss Nellie Lawrence, who ing school in Portland, spent end visiting her parents at She returned to Portland morning. is attend the week Camp 8. Tuesday Mrs. W. H. Grabeel went to Port land Tuesday evening to attend a party given by one of her friends :r. the Sellwood district. She returned Wednesday. Mrs. R. H. Carter drove over from Ncwkeig last .Sunday and was a guest at the Dillon home. Mr. Carter ac companied her home and remained unt’l Monday evening. SAITH TO THE SEVEN CHURCHES IN ASIA, AND TO OTHER CHURCHES teen visiting friends, and was a gues ftei. bo^k, "Les Miserabies,” wa* do- at the W. H. Grabeel home until Sun- WILL BE CONSIDERED THIS p o t fi t# th* li’(,.._ey bfr JtKj. y . R. pvgping. Her fathrr lien Matt E lls a.) I one book was lost. WEEK. t in was hrir Sunday to visit with her ; The children are surely enjoying Mrs. Harding resides In Seattle. the new Juvenile books purchased last month and the question is asked Mr. and Mis. L. C. Thornton of r.-ost c ery day, "When are you Salem, spent the week end with Mrs. irgr to have some m ore new books T h om tor’s mother, Mrs. Jake M om . OF INDIANAPOLIS INDIANA, IS THE PREACHER for the older people?” They attended the masquerade dan'c tc— — ----- — - at F.r.rie Creek Saturday e.ig’af. , r*.i * m g down Hiuad>ya.' ¡8.Lett in ’ ^ > tv jiyiM <t u<u driving's c*i- ! SERVICES BEGIN AT 7:30 EACH NIGHT Fs !a we noticed that you wt-te •’ 4 .« a Washington license, ran into j f 'll Me to see the effects o f the their car, but did no special dam ‘ Labor Day celebration which was n&e. held about two months ago. T h e1 --------------------- I "e ffe c ts " that we are talking about Miss Bessie Hunter, one o f the I j; f’ .e “ Ginseng Lane” sign on the grade tcarhera in the Fstaeada reh' o ! ' THREE SERVICES SUNDAY— 10:30 n. m.; 2.33 building that is occup:ed by the resumed per duties as teacher on I 7:00 p. m. “ Square Deal Barber Shop” . This Monday after an absence o f a ment|) e'er in the interest o f a good cause or more. She only taught one week and we »ay “ Never let the interest »hen »he had an attack o f appendL ALL ARE INVITED TO ATTEND THESE MELHi G3 die and the good cause will always citls, submitted to sn operation and | live.” and guess that is the reason the wa* confined in a Portland hospital ÎLV . 1 s-gn ■ip. Evangelist Daniel Sommer Royal Bible CIa>s Each Evening N o Collections A t Night The October meeting o f the East- rn Clackamas Community club was held last Friday evening in tile Ma- sm ic hail. President A. G. Ames was nic hall. President A. G. Ames was in the chair and after the prelimi naries of the opening o f the meeting, he announced the election o f otficers. Several nominations were made for president, but after considerable dis cussion, the secretary was instruct ed to cast the ballot for the unanim ous election of Mr. Ames for presi dent. J. G. Hay man was elected vice- president and Miss Maude Sherman was the unanimous choice o f Ihe club for secretary and treasurer. The name o f H. C. Stephens was suggest ed us the one to represent the Eastern Clackamas Community club os one o f the executive board for the Greater Clackamas Union o f Clubs and Mr. Ames appointed him to act in that capacity. The program followed which was an address by A. W. Armstrong on his work as a forest ranger. He had a map and gave the location o f all the ranger stations and explained how quickly and systematically the work was carried on. He was given the closest attention and all present were highly entertained by his talk. The musical numbers on the program were furnished by Ralph Baker, vio linist with Miss Anderson nccompan- ist. Their selections were greatly en joyed. About twenty-five old and new new members paid their dues for another year and now the club starts out with pleasing prospects for a successful year. The committees will be appoint ed by the president and announced at the next meeting, the last Friday in Mr. and Mrs. Oral Stormer went' this month. to Portland Friday evening to visit at the home of Mrs. Stormer’s sister T h ey All C orne Back. Mrs. Jack Norton and remained over the week end to attend the horse Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Chapman drove show. down from Odell, Oregon, Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. K. T. Manning and to finish up his deals here prepara son James, spent the week end at tory to moving hack to Estacada to McMinnville. It was the Home Com make his permanent home. He has ing week at Linficld college and Mr. purchased the pretty home on Ter Manning visited with some o f his old race Addition o f Dr. Johnson and is negotiating for the J. O. O. F. build college friends. ing in which he will conduct an un dertaking business. E. T. Hannah, who works at the Mi. Chapman was in the grocery La Dee Logging camp came home one day list week because he hail i business in Estacada a number of fall which injured his side. It did not years, selling out and leaving about prove serious and he returned to hii eight years ago. He has since been in the undertaking business and will work last Monday. fit up a mortuary in Estacada in first class shape. When you come to the task o f try ing to decide what to give your many friends, as a token o f your remem Frances Robinson, the psychologist brance at Christmas time, think of the News office and the fine assort f Portland, was in Kstucada this ment o f Christmas Card samples that voek renewing old acquaintenzes and we jiave on hand. Order early. discussing plans for a local class n psychology early this winter. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Johnson and son Clctus o f Aurora, former residents J o in t C ard P arty here when Mr. Johnson had chargt of the telephone office, were Sunday Mrs. Henry Beers and Mrs. VVal- guests of Dr. and Mrs. W. W. Rhodes acc Smith gave a “ 600” card party Other guests at the Rhodes home the ast Friday afternoon at the home o f same day were Mr. and Mrs. A. H. the former. Hallowe’en decorations Nelson o f Portland. to the rooms made a charming set M s- Pauline Rose went to Corvallis last Friday to attend the home com- ir.g at the Oregon State college. Mrs. Rose and son George drove to Port land Monday to meet her. Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Manning had a delightful surprise last Thursday ev ening when his brother James and wife drove in from Bremberton. Washington. They remained here until Saturday and then went on to Corvallis to visit the O. S. C. before returning tu their home. WHAT THE SPIRIT l,8 n ;. 1 l L. A. Chapman has bought the I)r. C. P. Johnson residence on Terrace Addition. COMMUNITY CLUB ELECTS OFFICERS W. Pi. Buell, principal of the Ksta- cada schools, attended the Clackamas County Teachers' association in Ore gon City last Saturday. Mr. Buell was one of the nominees for vice- president, election will take place at the meeting this month, the lilth. He was also placed on the resolution com mittee for this year. About a month mro Ihe City Cun- cil arpl Mayor voted to have a culvert put under the paving at the foot of the steps at M. K. church to take o ff the water that was a menace to the Bob Cooke Motor Co. during the wet weather. This project was turned ov er to the Streot Commissioners and city 'la shall Norris was ordered to do the work the first part o f the week Mr. Norris set to work with a w!ll to put Ihe c.il-.ert in and a wooden trough was also installed to t..k • the weter farther out fi .m the pa. and taking the whole thing in to . ...Miration it is a g o o d job from i ".ing to end. The city c.ffi. ' aic to do anythin 7 re. n We for the y ovennent o f Kstaraoa. ting fo r the jolly group o f ladies and a delicious luncheon was served, the Hallowe'en colors being carrie 1 out in the serving. Mrs. A. Smith receiv ed Ihe highest score and Mrs. J. J. Penner received second. The con solation prize went to Mrs. Anna Beers. The ladies present were as follows: Mis. Helen Lovelace, Mrs. Fred Barthooloniew, Mrs. \V. E. Linn, Mrs. Mac Reed, Mrs. Russell Reed, Mrs. W. W. Rhodes, Mrs. R. It. Cooke Mrs. H. C Gohring, Mrs. Dave Fshle- man, Mrs. H. C. Stephens, Mrs. W. J Moore, Mrs. R. H. Currin, Mrs. Henry lleiple, Mrs Lloyd Ewalt, Mrs. Ed Steinman, Mrs. Fred Leihammer, Mrs. Alva Smith, Mrs. J. J. Penner, Mrs. R. T. Carter, Miss Stella Graves, Mra. A. G. Ames, Mrs. Otto Rig gins, Mrs. Jack Hayden, Mrs. Don Allen, Mrs. Hugh Carlin. Ihe out of town guests were, Mrs. Henry Pfaff and Mrs. Bessie Dixon o f Portland, and Mrs. Lucy Donley and Mrs. Anna Beers o f Gresham. N O T IC E Anyone interested in joining classes >n Home V phone Mrs. W. J. Mooru, iu -_. j Chapell from O. S. C. will nr charge o f these clns-es. The coi is $3.50 for eight lessons, each son three hours, making twenty-1 hems in the course. There will dre»» making, mill n' and hi orit'ers. Hsiwe* will b t Uci; the high school.