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Devoted to the Interests ot Eastern Clackamas County
ESTACADA, OREGON, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1927
LOCAL AND PERSONAL
LOCAL AND PERSONAL
1 Morris Bullard a student at O. S. C.
Miss Geraldine and Claude Cook
came home Thanksgiving.
were in Portland Saturday.
The typing students are working ments with th^? publishers, portrays in
Gerald Wilcox was in Estacada the hard to get all their perfect copies an amusing manner a typical sistua- Roy Linn of Currinsville, is danger In tro d u ctio n of the New F ord C ar
There was a very good attendance latter part of last week.
handed in before the end of the six tion in an exceedingly rich family. ously ill in the Veterans hospital, Estacada will get its first full des
at the Community Club Meeting last
period, which ends this Fri The father, Mr. King (Bob Hayden) Portland.
cription of the new line of Ford auto
Friday evening, notwithstanding the Mr. and Mrs. Wm. W eingart spent weeks
tired of the constant deluge of bills,
mobiles, tomorrow, Friday.
inclement weather. President Ames Thanksgiving with Portland relatives Mr. Baker is absent from school.. seeks solace and quite up the Amazan
reception to be held by lo
was absent on account of illness and and friends.
river. He leaves his manager, Adam E. Hannah drove to Portland on Mon cal A public
We hope he will be back soon.
dealers is part of the national
J. G. Hayman, the vice-president,
introduction of the new l ord models.
presided. The first number on the Mr. and Mrs. M. G. Fifcr came from Miss Kershner is back at school ily. The latter attempts to treat day morning..
In thousands of communities all over
program was the singing of “Amer Portland to spend Thanksgiving with again after several days absence. Adam as if he were Mr. King, but
| The students enjoyed singing under Adam finds a clever and original so S. E. Wooster was a business visitor the United States tomorrow this new
ica” by all present. Little boys and Estacada relatives.
¡the instructions of Miss Kershner, lution. Although each character has in Portland a couple of days the lat line of moderate-priced light automo
girls of the first and second grades
biles will be introduced to millions of
gave some songs, after which R. E. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Sparks spent Monday morning.
witty and at all times brilliant ter part of last week.
Beck entertained with two read Thanksgiving with Mrs. Sparks’ par Thurston Yocum has gone to Cali speeches, the comedy of the play is
ings. Merton Bullard gave a cornet ents in Portland.
fornia where he will stay with his really furnished by Clinton DeWitt The Hugh Jones family has been The doors of the showrooms in
solo and Mayrose Bartholomew a
aunt while going to school. He also (Dan Jennings) who is still deciding having a siege of sickness, but are im Portland, are tobe opened promptly
at eight o’clock a capable attendant
reading. Forest Ranger Armstrong Mr. and Mrs. Vernie Duus of Ante intends to study music.
upon his profession, Uncle Horrace, proving at this time.
will be on hand throughout the re
talked on subjects for the good of lope were in Estacada over the week Lenard Davis is making a pair of who does nothing but sleep and Lord
mainder of the day to explain the
the order, dwelling on the fact that end visiting relatives and friends.
skiis in the manual training class. Andrew (F.lwin Beck) who is quite Kirt Linn and wife of Portland, new
and interesting features of the
the Community club should have
were in Estacada Sunday visiting Mr. car which
wood turning class has finish adept at golf.
is expected to make a new
more members and suggested that a Mrs. H. C. Currin drove to Port J ed The
exercises and will soon start or Estacada’s last football game of the Linn's father, Charlie Linn.
chapter in automotive history.
drive for that purpose be started. land last Friday and her car was the the its projects.
was played at Gresham
The new Ford cars are said to be
The chairman immediately appointed last car to cross the bridge at Eagle Th two literary societies, the Web- season
Thanksgiving morning, resulting in a Jesslb Mosher of Zartman, Montana, the product of several years of study
Mrs. Wm. Gilgan as chairman of a Creek.
sterian and the Adelphic, met at 3:15 favorable score of 14 to 0 for Gresh was visiting at the A. W. Armstrong and planning by Henry Ford and his
committee to solicit membership and
and chose members of the am. At the close of the first half, home for a few days recently.
engineers in the great Ford labora
she immediately proceeded to work. Mrs. Wallace Smith’s mother and Tuesday
They then elected the score was 0-0. Then in the first
tories at Dearborn. Mr. Ford himself
A. W. Armstrong, J. K. Ely and H. sister, who have been visiting here for officers and class.
seconds of the third quarter, Gresham Mr. and Mrs. Roy Clevenger, of has announced that “there is nothing
C. Stephens were appointed as a com a few weeks, left for their home in i Oliver Beck advisors,
is to take the part of scored seven and again in the last McMinnville, were guests of Mr. and quite like the new Ford car” and has
mittee on the membership drive.
in the Senior play. quarter. It was a hard fight as the Mrs. R. J. Manning, Thanksgiving. stated that it will prove just as great
The club voted to take the matter
was formerly taken by Thurston teams were pretty evenly matched
a pioneer In the present field of low
of sponsoring the Boy Scout move Waldo DeMoy came home from This
and due to rain the field was very Mrs. Lena Underwood and son Les price light cars of quality as the fam
ment. The boys have been meeting Portland to enjoy a Thanksgiving Yocum.
The Seniors are now working on the slick making the game hard to play. ter are expected home from Under ous Model T was the pioneer in its
in the basement of the M. E. church, dinner and was accompanied by Miss second
act of their play, “Adam and Our boys really showed their fight wood, Wash., the last of this week. field for more than nineteen years.
a very poor place for them to meet Lura Berry and her mother.
ing spirit during the entire game,
The performance of these new cars,
on account of the cement floors.
though theirs was the low end of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Day and baby of it is said, will be startling when view
They will meet hereafter in the band Miss Florence June Reed, who is a play, produced by special arrange even
ftayton, spent Thanksgiving here with ed in the light of automobile perform
hall. A Boy Scout committee com student at the O. S. C. in Corvallis,
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. Smith. ance of the past.
posed of Roy Beck, Fred Haynes and spent the Thanksgiving vacation with
Local dealers have been notified by
Frank Moore, was appointed.
| The Ladies of the Christian church Mr. and Mrs. John Page spent
her mother at this place.
Miss Rhoda Beck one of the grade Ford officials at Detroit that the
The Club voted to sponsor a Com
'meets with Mrs. Culver Thursday, Thanksgiving in Gladstone.
teachers, has been sick this week and factories throughout the country are
munity Christmas Tree which prob Mrs. Ralph Fiscilla, of Boise, Idaho, December. 1.
now preparing to produce the new
ably will be held in the high school arrived the past week to take care
The Eagle Creek bridge closed to unable to teach. Mrs. Upton sub cars
in numbers exceeding even the
auditorium on Christmas Eve.
of her mother Mrs. J. C. Whitney, ' The windows of the Estacada stores traffic last Friday morning.
tremendous production records achiev
The Christmas tree committee is who broke her arm a few days ago. pre being decorated for Christmas and
in the manufacture of the Model
Mrs. Don Allen of Bull Run, enter ed
composed of Mrs. Lena Barr, Mrs.
holiday goods are on display.
County Supt. Brenton Vedder visit tained
H. C. Stephens and Mrs. U. A. Up Mrs. L. B. Thomas, who has been
Company officials at Detroit also re
here during the serious illness of her The next meeting of the Union of ed the Estacada schools on Tuesday. with a luncheon, followed by bridge, peated
their early announcement that
mother, Mrs. E. T. Jones, left for her Clubs will be held at Milwaukie on
of the new Ford line will
home in Oakland, Calif., last Friday. the evening of December 2.
Mrs. E lizabeth T. Jon es Passes
Thanksgiving with Portland relatives. Mrs. Ava Bronson came from Port not make the Model T line obsolete.
manufacture of new parts for
land to spend Thanksgiving at the The
After an illness extending over sev Miss Geraldine Cook was home Mrs. Jim McGinnis of Camp “ 8” has
replacements will continue
home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. to be an T important
eral years, Eblizabeth Thurston Jones Thanksgiving, returning to Canyon- gone to Salt Lake City to see her
factor of the Ford
g :- i.ig dinner last Sunday at the home John Lovelace.
passes away at her home here on ville, Oregon, Sunday afternoon, mother who is dangerously ill.
plants as long as any of the Model T
of Grover Kiggins.
November 23, 1927. Funeral ser where she is teaching in the high
are still in operation, the local
Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Carter drove up cars
vices were held in Corvallis with Rev. school.
were advised. Because of this
Bowen officiating, and where the in
Estacada and Camp ”8” has greatly Mrs. Nellie W alters of Portland was from Portland last Thursday evening policy, present owners of Model T
term ent took place in the I. O. 0. F. The C. S. Howe family had their inconvenienced the regular trips of f
Ford cars will be able to keep their
Thanksgiving dinner on Friday even
brother, eT J. nd/ K. U^ Ely. at the home of hel 11. A. LaBarre.
cars in perfect order as long as those
Deceased was born in Dunsford,
cars remain in commission.
Ont., Canada, February 18, 1851. be present. Miss Leila was also pre
S. W. Lawrence of Portland and
Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Syron and son Fred
She has been a resident of Oregon sent.
of JRockaway, were
Paul ate their Thanksgiving dinner at guests Babcock
A rtisan C ard P a rty
for over seventeen years, residing in
at the G. E. Lawrence home Mitcheltree and Mr. and Mrs. George
The local order of United Artisans
Morrow of Portland.
Portland most of the time until her Garfield Juvenile Grange is giving
J. Symms in Portland with their
will give a card party on Wednesday
husband passed on about three years a 10c social, Saturday, December 10. W.
The Methodist church people are evening, December 7. Everybody in
dren, Mrs. Lloyd M. Yocum and W. Everyone come and bring 10c and mother and other relatives.
a church pageant which will vited.
made her home with her son W. R. one dozen cookies and have a good
hold their next meeting Wed planning
Frank Narus, who has been night will
at the church some time
Jones. She is survived by four chil- time.
afternoon, December 7, at the in the near futui-e.
watch at Kirk’s Sawmill above the La nesday
L ib rary News
ren, Mrs. Lloyd M. Yocum, and W.
R. Jones, Estacada, Mrs. L. B. Thom Mr. and Mrs. Lee Dillon and family Dee camp, was obliged to go to a
as, Oakland, Calif., and James B. of Portland and Miss Gertrude Dil Portland hospital on account of an in Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Hassell had as A. G. Ames was able to be down Number of books loaned throng
Jones, Portland, and by four grand lon enjoyed a Thanksgiving dinner jured leg. Ben Rawlins has taken his guests on Thanksgiving their two town part of the time this week, al the month of November, 303; numbe
he has not yet entirely re of books out December 1, 98.
at the home of their mother and sis- place as watchman at this mill.
daughters from Hood River, Mrs. though
from his recent illness.
Sympathy is extended to the bercav tre last Thursday.
New members to the Library Assc
j There were good crowds at the Mas Frances Marchbank and Miss Flor
were as follows: Goldy Whit
benefit shows Tuesday and Wed ence Hassell.
R. T. Carter, fire chief of the Mt. head, Mrs. T. Reagan, Mrs. Bessi
j Sympathy is extended to D. E. Eshle- on’s
nights. Harry Grable was the
Hood Forest Service, moved to Port Watson, Mrs. William Glenn.
R oad D istrict M eeting
man on account of the death of his nesday
musician for the pictures and mem The Auxiliary to the American Le land, last week. He will be in the Renewals, Mrs. II. C. Stephens, Mr
mother, Monday morning, at her home bers
of the Masonic order put on gion had a reception last Friday af Portland office the balance of the VV. J, Moore, Miss Edith DeMoy an
Quite an interest was shown in the in Salem Funeral services were held some specialities,
which were very en ternoon at the home of Mrs. G. E. winter.
Miss Blanche Armstrong.
road district meeting last Friday even at Salem Wednesday.
Lawrence, in honor of Mrs. Rose Wil
There were nineteen new bool
ing in the city hall. An additional tax
cox, who entertained the ladies with Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Wooster had as placed
on the shelves last Monda;
of five mills was voted and a number Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Womer and Mr.
an account of her trip to Paris. Light Thanksgiving guests, Dr. and Mrs. L. Following is the names of the bool
of streets in Estacada were designat and Mrs. Ray Wilcox and family went j Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Lawrence had refreshments
Hewitt and son Lavelle, Dr. and Mrs. and their author:
ed as the place to make improve to Oregon City on Thanksgiving day raspberries from their garden last
J. Hewitt and daughter Miss Ruth, of Charity’s Chosen—Ruby Ayers.
ments. Broadway especially, needs to join other members of the family in
Myrtle Morgan and daughter Portland and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond The Blazed Trail— Stewart Edwai
a family reunion, at the home of Mr. Culbert variety and the bushes are M Mrs.
came from Portland to Lovelace and baby daughter of this White.
and Mrs. Roy Woodward.
A Sone of His Father— Harold Be
vacation with place.
S & S H ardw are S tore E n te re d by
Tw o Boys
At the J. K. Ely home on Thanks
panied by her father and mother Mr. L. A. Chapman has purchased the The Blue Window— Temple Bail;
giving, there was a happy gathering
and Mrs. J. P. Woodle and Mrs. U. S. undertaking business in Estacada of W help of the Woods— Rufus Kin
On Tuesday morning, C. M. Sparks as the children all came home. Those The entertainm ent of Odd Fellows Morgan, they drove to Portland. The J. E. Gates. Mr. Chapman was en Hearts of Hickory— John T. Moor
of the S. & S. Hardware, reported who joined in the Thanksgiving feast
weather was so severe that they only gaged in this business here a few The Professor’s House— Willa
that h!s store had been broken into were Mr. and Mrs. Oral Stormer and night, proved a very pleasant event. came to Gresham on the return trip, years ago and is well known to all Gather.
and goods taken, but at that time little son, Mrs. Mary Norton, Morris There were 90 present. A short pro where the remained over night.
our older residents. See his ad else Death Comes to the Archbishop-
gram was given and refreshments ser
could not say what the los3 was. Lat and Glen Ely.
where in this paper.
, Willa father.
ved, the men of the lodge who enter
er he discovered that a lot of shells
Saint Joan— Bernard Shaw.
had beer, taken and safety razors, After a visit of a week with his tained, doing the work.
Harry Pels, a logger for the La Dee The Dark Dawn— M artha Ostci
knives and other articles were miss
Logging Co., was injured by a falling son.
ing. In a short time, George Pointer turned to Gleneden on the beach last The marriage of Julia Edna Jorg to The local P. T. A. held an interest tree last Thursday morning and was Mother Knows Best— Edna Ferbe
reported that he had bought, or was Sunday. He was recently appointed Enos R. McCormick in Portland on ing meeting last Tuesday afternoon brought to Estacada on the speeder
Wee -Charles A. Lindbergh.
about to buy, some articles of this postmaster at that place and is inter Tuesday, November 22, was announc at the grade school. Mrs. Gabriclle, where he was met by I.. A. Chapman Ann’s
House of Dreams— L. 3
description in his second hand store. ested in getting a building completed ed by the bride's mother, Mrs. Fred
who took him to the Good Samaritan Montgomery.
A boy came to the store early in the for the office before thg mail service Jorg, ^his week. The Jorg family are
We Must March— Monroe W. Mo
program consisting of songs by the hospital in Portland.
morning end wanted to trade a revol begins.
well known here where they resided 2nd
ver and other articles for a rifle. Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Cary and Never the Twain Shall Meet__ P
for a number of years.
ty and Ruth Barr. The association daughters
Pointer told the boy to eome again The home of Mr. and Mrs. O. E.
Glen and Phyllis and Mrs. ter B. Kayne.
after srhool, which he did and then Culver was the scene of a pleasant The Gleaners, a Sunday School class voted to join the state association. Cary’s mother Mrs. N. B. Ecker, Little Ships— Kathleen Norris.
Marshall Norris caught him. It prov. Thanksgiving dinner party t h e taught by Mrs. John Page of the
drove to Portland Thursday morning
Gold— Theodore Harps
ed to be Wesley Jacobson and he con guests being Mr..and Mrs. G. P. Rose, Christian church gave a social at the After Bob Cooke, of the Cooke to join other members of the family Siberian
Everyman’s Land— C. N. & A. I
fessed that his accomplice in the Miss Pauline Rose, George and Rich church Wednesday evening. Refresh Motor Co., returned from his trip to in a Thanksgiving dinner at the home Williamson.
burglary was Millard Sarver Jr. The ard Rose and Norman Bard, Mrs. ments consisting of punch and cake Portland last Friday night to view of Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Boyle. They
boys were taken to the juvenile court Rose’s nephew who was here visiting. were served at 10 o'clock and all the New Ford Car he has been a busy did not return until Friday evening
La Dee L ogging Co. Ha« A ceid
in rebuilding and rearranging
in Oregon City where Judge Camp Mr. Bard belongs to the navy.
About 150 men were thrown o
went home having spent a very pleas man
bell sentenced them to the Industrial
At the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. E. employment last Friday when th
school at Woodburn.
Hannah on Thanksgiving there was a Dee Logging Company had an
praed from Friday, December 2 on happy family reunion, all of their dent
The case is a very sad one as the Thanksgiving dinner was at the home
which will hold up work
boys are on y 13 years old, both of of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Dale. Rela A family reunion was held at the to give you the full story and show children being present. Mr. and Mrs. some time. Two cars broke nwaj
them pupils sn the grade school here.
O. L. Straughan and two children tore down the incline, strikin
The Jacobson boy was an adopted and Mrs. Wm. Dale and son Billy of giving day which included Mr. and this New Ford but will not have a from Pendleton, arrived a few days donkey engine and damaging it
rh’ld and h s "aster mother died. His Portland and Miss Helen Dale of Mrs. W alter Paulsen and daughter of car on display until some time in the before and the other children from siderable, besides tearing up
in California and the boy liv Wallowa, Oregon, v.ho is a student Portland and Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hon near future. He invites you to come Portland, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Han track and doing other damage,
ed with h's grandparents. He has at O. A. C. and a girl friend also egger and two children of Multnomah in and look at these pictures and he nah, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Hannah and one was injured however. Qui
been in tror.’-'e of this kind before from Wallowa and Mrs. O. E. Smith station, Mr. and Mrs. Julus Paulson will explain the marvels of the new Mr. and Mrs. Homer Sarver and two number of men from E itacada
and family of thL place.
children were also present.
il i» »aid.
employed at thia logging esmp.