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Devoted to the Interests ot Eastern Clackamas County
ESTACADA, OREGON, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1928
PIONEERS OF SANDY
HOED ANNUAL MEETING
DANGER SAYS INSKEEP
REM O DELING TH E PA VILIO N
IN E S T A C A D A P A R K
Quite a force o f carpenters have
been working on the old park pavil
ion this week, putting a porch around
one side and placing windows and \
doors along the sides instead o f the MARKETING P L A N S U G G E S T E D
shutters. O f course it is a dead se
B Y C O U N T Y A G E N T IN T A L K
cret as to the object o f the building
TO COM M UNITY CLUB
C H A R L E S E. O G L E S B Y D E A D
CREEK MAN OUT
FOR C O U N T Y SH E R IF F
WEEKS LEFT OF
RIG VOTE SCHEDULE
Carl Long o f Eagle Creek has an
nounced that he is a candidate for
the republican nomination for sheriff
of Clackamas county. Mr. Long has
served as deputy sheriff in the county ¡ C A N D I D A T E S R U N N I N G C L O S E
having served under former Sheriff!
R A C E F O R H E A D O F LIST
IN N E W S C A M P A I G N
Entertain » L ad ies’ A id
G O V E R N M E N T TO SPEND
$ 3 0 ,0 0 0 IN B U I L D I N G R O A D
The federal government will spend
$30,000 in building a road into the
forest reserve from the end of the
trail beyond Garfield to connect with
the road leading to Clackamas lake
-n the extr);me east er n part o f
! county, according to R. T. Carter
who was in Estacada Saturday.
Mr. Carter stated that a number of
men would be employed on this pro-
Over two full weeks are left yet ject this year- and that thu foreBt
The Currinsville Ladies' Aid met
o t e s in
v e r v h n d v wu* beinR “ trailed’’ in order to better
for r hip-
big v votes
with Mrs. Charles Kitching Wednes
Wins circulation^ boster campaign, protect the timber from fires. Me
with practically all candidates near is assistant to the District Forester
even, and a big opportunity for a in Portland and is in charge o f pro
Mr. P e n n e r 111
few’ more wide awake candidates tv tection in this forest reserve district.
J. J. Penner was o ff duty in the enter and be in on the winnings.
Visit Jacob Moss H om e
City Meat Market the first o f last
The contest is still young and there
week on account o f illness.
Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Thornton of
are plenty of fields open if you are
willing to spend your spare time for Salem are at the home o f Mr. and
G o to O r e g o n City
the next six weeks in earning an au Mrs. Jacob Moss. Mr. Thornton will
Mrs. Jacob Moss and Mrs. Sagner
have to report at the navy yard at
tomobile, radio set or cash prize.
attended the trial of Cecil Wright in
, San Diego on February 8, to go on
Oregon City Tuesday.
l . ;! W8 ^ 0 ii*rlntr y0U
rea! duty aboatd the U. S. S. Robert
Talks were given by John Revenue, f “ rn1*ihed' J After sin* in« . ,n d Prayer “ >* East or Middle West,
opportunity. You have never heard
Smith. Mrs. Thornton will remain
born in Sandy in 1956; Warren For- ? " hstened ,n on a radl°
The growers in this community ar. Ban d D a n c e a Succ ess
of such a chance before to win a
with her mother for a short time.
restor, in 1859; John Sleret, who broadci>st over station B V D which producing approximately 750 tons of
The Band dance at the Estacada fine car for only a little o f your time.
came in 1865; Charley Bailey, 1866; was hlghly entertaining. Games fol-1 prunes each year, which were m»r-
hotel Saturday evening was a great
Mike Donahue, 1867; John Roberts, > J ? "611 a" d *'ght j'efreshments served, i keted this past season at 3 to 5 cents
success, there being a large crowd | or herself to the business of get-
1868; Mrs. George Lusted, 1869.
These parties will be continued at the per pound.
j ting subscriptions to the News, the
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church and next month the Ladies I Prunes can be sold, the speaker in attendance.
! home paper for all o f Eastern Clack
E. F. Bruns, 1875; Paul M «inig„ A id will furnish the entertainment.
believed, for 15c or possibly more,
amas county, can’t loss.
1876; A. C. Thomas, 18.78; John R.
O 'B ria n in P ort lan d Hospital
in the Middle West, which price would
Roberts, 1886, who was the first Undergoe, Operation
John O’ Brian, proprietor o f the giving these prizes for your spare
pay for packing, shipping costs and
white child born at Dover; Caspar
barber shop next door to the La Barre time, and we want more of you to
Dr. Wallens, who recently moved allow a fair profit to the grower.
Junker, 1888; F. W. Canning, 1888;
Estacada Encampment No. 91, on
store on Broadway, is in a Portland try for them.
Mr. Inskeep also called attention
from Estacada to Portland, was op
Joel Jarl, 1889; Anton Malar, who
To those candidates who have al Tuesday evening, installed the l'ollow-
hospital suffering from an infected
erated upon Tuesday in a Portland to the fact that clover could not be
came to Firwood in 1891.
toe. Part o f his foot was amputated ready entered, you are reminded that ing officers for the coming year: A.
hospital for hernia, a trouble o f long grown here now as profitable as it
votes is all you need to win, and now i G. Ames, chief patrioch; Earl Day,
Adolph A schoff played piano set lan din g
was possible a few years ago, this
is the time to get them. The sched- senior warden; George Lawrence,
lections well despite his 78 years, and
condition, he said, being due to, in
ule drops one-fourth after the 18th o f | high priest; J. K. Ely, scribe; Edward
also displayed original drawings of P lay Is E n j o y e d
a large measure, the tendency to
Get the subscriptions Bates, treasurer; Lloyd Ewalt, inside
local interest, also photographs of
The play put on in the Eagle Creek keep less stock, and produce less fer
pledged to be turned in before the sentinel; John Bassett, outside senti-
early days. Mrs. Anton Malar read grange hall last Friday evening by tilizer for building up the soil.
end o f the first period while they nel; 11. Schonburg, guide; C. Hicin-
an original verse, “ Are You a Pi the Logan grange was very good and
The attention o f the club wa.
count the most. The schedule will hotham, first watch; Dan Matson,
was greatly enjoyed by those present. called to the next meeting o f the
j not be changed from that announcer , second watch; William Gilgan, third
Mr. Revenue, born In Sandy 72
Union o f clubs meeting to be held
at the beginning o f the contest.
years, ago, presided. Revenue said v i s i t s Parents
at Abernathy and an effort is being
Remember the Honor Roll systenf
; F. La Croy, district deputy
his father settled here to be near a
Waldo DeMoy o f Portland visited j made to get a large number from
" rioch, was the installing of-
Portland then had 2500 aj.
home o f his parents, Mr. and | this community to attend. It was V er dic t f o r D e fe n d a n t in Claim f o r that will be in force until the i„>!>e
o f the second period.
owing the installation cer-
D am ag es o f $ 2 6 ,5 8 0 f o r Loss
people. He pictured covered wagons y rg A DeMoy last Sunday.
: decided to secure one o f the large
coming over the hill— sometimes 50
votes gained by getting on the h o...; ....... .. , .«• joined in a social time and
busses for the trip, and 13 tickets
o f His R ig ht Leg
to 100 in a single train, oxen worn Miss Ro se Back
roll may mean that you will win 1 refreshments were served,
were sold at 50 cents each. There
first instead o f second prize.
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out, feed high, money scarce, but
Miss Pauline Rose, who has been j will be space for 20 passengers,
strong hearted men and men were absent from the store for some time
Have your friends clip the coupons Arm Broken
George Perry and daughter Helen
The program for the evening, in
seeking homes— and as a result ol on account of illness, was able to addition to the address o f the county of Estacada received a verdict in and bring or mail them into the o f-!
An X-ray picture showed that W.
such hardships, we o f today are liv resume her duties again this week.
agent included community singing; their favor in Oregon City this week fice. they count just th< same as i f . Kake’s arm was broken and now
ing in ease and comfort.
j his arm is in a cast.
He injured it
an instrumental duet and a reading in the trial o f the damage suit of earned credits.
Mr. Revenue told how a panther W e d in V a n c o u v e r
You will find the standing of the , u coifple 0f weeks ago while crank-
by Mrs. W. F. Cary. There were Cecil Wright for $26,580.
killed all their sheep one night; how
Cecil was injured last April when candidates and the honor roll on this j jn(. ¡, cul.#
Frank G. McGraw, 18, o f Eagle forty members present.
18,000 sheep crossed the Sandy be Creek,'and Miss Alice M. Hicinboth-
a car dirven by Miss Perry struck page.
fore a bridge was built, the herders am, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Chas.
his motorcycle at the corner by the
Do not let this opportunity t > wi. LOCAL AND PERSONAL
forcing them into the water and then Hicinbotham of Estacada, were grant
grade school building. As a result a fine new car get away from you
walking across on their backs. And ed a license to wed at Vancouver,
o f the injury Cecil lost his right leg becau.se you fail to get votes while
and now has an artificial limb.
Mrs. T. A hi berg gave a party for
they count the most.
many other events wgre told which Washington, this week.
Both Wright and Miss Perry were
. her little son Arnold last Saturday
would read well in Oregon history.
attending Estacada high school at the LOCAL AND PERSONAL afternoon. He was two years old and
'Mike Popahue and Charley Bailey Leave, for V a n c o u v e r
time o f the accident.
to celebrate the birthday anniversary
aald they used to drive oxen to the i Ml. and Mrs Don F. A ilen ief t
six little folks were invited. A birth-
Sandy dances; Caspar Junker worked! for Seattle and Vancouver, B. C., and Instr uct ions G iv en in F ire Building,
for $10 per month the first two years 0ther points on last Monday. They
C ooking , T ra ck in g , S cout Pace
LOCAL AND PERSONAL Mrs. R. G. Woody, who recently day cake with all the trimmings wa
moved to Portland from her farm in a feature o f the party,
he was here, and said “ I saved more wdj
absent for a week or two and
and O t h e r Sco ut W o r k
the Springwater district, purchased a | Friends in Estacada have been in-
then than young men o f today.”
while at g eattie wjil be guests of
A fter a illness extending over two
Buick car from the Cascade M otor! formed o f the birth o f a daughter a
Joel Jarl threw snew balls through Mr and Mrs. g. D. Dunlop.
The Boy Scout troop of Estacada or three weeks, Mrs. B. O. Culver is
company Wednesday. She is prepar- f ew days ago to Mr. and Mrs. Stanley
the cracks o f the Kelso log school
enjoyed a very pleasant and success again able to be about the house.
ing to drive to California soon am Fickin, who reside at Boulder, Colo,
house, "on ce” too often, and struck
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Paulsen of
ful hike last Saturday to Camp Sam
will be accompanied by her motherx The Ficken family formerly resided
his teacher in the eye. Bailey die CAHI C fJOFTK RRAFJRF
uel Brown Millard on Eagle Creek. Portland with their daughters Geor
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Sparks vis ¡n this community,
his courting with a sack o f candy LHULL UllLLB UIIHIIUL
The boys made an all-day hike, leav- gia and Elizabeth, were week end
ited relatives in Portland Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Cary drove to
hearts— won out and got his“ girl.
I ing town in the morning and return visitors at the home o f Mrs. Paulsen’s
Glen Ely and Morris Bullard cam« Salem nnd Silvcrton last Tuesday on
Paul Menig told a “ prune” story.
parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Harken-
I ing in the late afternoon.
home from Corvallis last Friday eve- j a business mission,
The day was rich in memory and
They took along their lunch which rider.
ning to visit relatives, returning on
The man and his wife who have
it would take pages to even hit the
| they cooked over the camp fire. Near-
been holding church services in the
“ high spots” o f interesting data re-
EAGLE CREEK, Feb. 2. (S p e-jiy a|] the boys passed scout tests Stayton, Oregon, last Saturday, ac Sunday afternoon.
Miss Olive Humphrey left on Mon Community church building on Main
viewed by the speakers, which cov gial).— The grange held its regular j while on the trip,
companied by their daughter, Mrs
day morning for her home in Seattle street for -the past few days, left
ered so many years.
j session at the hall Saturday, there
Some o f the tests were fire biuld- Neva Day and baby, who had been
after spending a few weeks here with Tuesday for Milwaukic.
Many others were present who being 32 patrons present. Installa- ! ¡„g, cooking, tracking and scout pace, visiting here for several days. Mr.
her mother,, Mrs. Elizabeth Allen.
Dr. nnd Mis. J. L. Hewitt of Port-
were here in an early day, but the tion o f officers was held. F. W. Bale? j Tbt> hoys a;so selected a site for their and Mrs. Smith returned Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Beers went to land were guests of Mr. and Mrs. S.
limp was too short to hear from all. with the assistancp o f Sistprs Moggie permanent camp where they will later
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Wilcox made a
Gresham last Sunday to visit Mr. E. Wooster Sunday.
fp p npxt mepting ydll be ip July.
i Bates and MpHie Rate? acting as in -; build a cabin. They were caught in trip to Eastern Oregon last week,
Beer's mother, who is recuperating
Mr. and Mr:. Earl Gunter and Mr.
1 stalling officer*.
The new officers a shower on their return, but their being absent for several days.
from a serious operation.
and Mrs. Harold Wooster and son
Near Serious A ccident
spirits remained high in spite of the
Mrs. Margaret Schock did not move
Mrs. W. E. Linn entertained th Harry of (.'amp 8 spent the week end
last week from the home place re
While on a trip to Antelope last
Master, H. M. Duus; overseer, Mrs. dampness.
bridge club F'riday afternoon with a in the Garfield district on Harold’s
Eighteen boys made the trip— cently sold to the eastern syndicate,
week Frank Forman had quite an ex- ( Lottie DeShields;
luncheon, followed by bridge.
perience during a silver thaw on th ejciester, proxy for Mrs. Hicinbotham; David Eshleman, Fred Buell, Victor but is repairing and building on to
road south o f Morrow. Just before i steward, Mrs. Rose Westerman; as- Gauley, Willie Topp, Walter Smith, another house which they own in that
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reaching the overhead railroad cross- sistant steward, Walter Douglass, Ivan Saunders, Harold Perry, Claude vicinity, which she and her daughter
ing the macadam road was a sheet of proxy for Millard Trullinger; chap- Lankins, Claude Cook, Lloyd Bishop, j Elta will occupy as soon as completed.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Grabeel and
ice. His car skidded into the tressel lain, Mis. Rose Lovell; treasurer, ; William Leeman, Paul Syron, Charles
ruining the back right fender tearing Mrs. Linnie V. Gibson; secretary, DuBois, and Edwin DuBois. They i daughters Lavena and Jean visited
Candidates on the Honor Roll for this week are
o f f the rumble seat. The large tires Mrs. Roxanna Clester; gate keeper were accompanied by A. H. Drews j at the home o f Mrs. Grabeel’s par
protected the body o f the car and Fred Hoffmeister; Ceres, Ruby H off- scoutmaster,, and R. O. Baker, assist- ents at Gladstone last Sunday.
no further damage was done.
meister; Pamona, Katherine McCon- ant scoutmaster.
Monday, January 30
___ Mrs. Jacob Moss
nell; Flora, Lavina Crawford, proxy
The boys have a very enterprising ] Plan to Fix Rest R oom
Mrs. Hilda M. Brown
R E G U L A R CH U R C H SER V IC E S
for Ruth Hale; lady assistant stew- organization in their boy scout troop. i There will be a meeting of all the
Wednesday, February 1
Miss Irene Kaake
, ard, Mrs. Elva Kitching.
| They now have 22 registered mem- ¡girls in the English room Tuesday to
?he regular announcements of the , . j t was voted to change the date of ! bpr? gpd a number o f candidates. The ! make plans for fixing up the girls’
Thursday, February 2 ........
Earl M. Closner
ehUichfS 8rP crowded out this week meetjng f rom the fourth to the third i boys are now selling tickets for the rest room.
due to two reason», but the regular Saturday 0f each month. The next hoys’ vocational exposition to be held
APPROXIMATE STANDING OF CANDIDATES
services will be held at all the meeting will be February 18.
A in the municipal auditorium in Port- T o Play Sandy
churches Sunday. If the ministers ionK feltjw ant of the grange is to land February 9, 10 and 11.
A double header gaTne will be |
will make their announcements as be realized. The shingles have been
This exposition is sponsored by the played with Sandy high school on i
Harry La Barre ................. .......................630,000
brief as possible there will not be pUrchaged for a new roof on the hall. Boy Scouts o f America and Rotary the home floor this Friday.
Mrs. R. B. Gibson
the chance o f them having to be left
The home economics committee club, who are the boy scouts’ big
out o f the paper.
worked hard to finish the new table brothers. There will be displays, ex Pupils Having Higest Grad es
Mrs. Bettie I. Weatherby
scarfs in time for this meeting, but hibits and demonstrations o f all the
The pupils having the highest av
Visits M oth er and Sister
Cecil Wright .......................
were fully repaid for their labor by scout work, as well as all the boys’ erages in the the second and third j
Mrs. Mayme Boyle of
Portland the appreciation o f the members.
vocational work in Portland including grade rooms arc Ruth Barr,, Jean
Mrs. Jacob Moss
visited her sister, Mrs. W. F. Cary,
the Y. M. C. A., Benson Polytechni- Grabeel, Jack Duus, Henry Brown,
Mrs. Hilda M. Brown
and Mrs. N. B. Ecker, her mother, False Alarm
cal school and many others.
Theodore Ahlberg and Jean Lemon. I
over the week end.
Sunday morning the fire bell was
It will be worth the price of ad-
Fourth grade pupils receiving 100
Mrs. Helen Dahrens
------------------------- rung vigorously but it was
soon ; mission to anyone, the scoutmaster ! per cent in the county tests in spell-
Meets Parents in P ort lan d
learned that the blaze or cause o f the says, and asks that you help the boys I ing_were David Petrasso, Jack Baker,
Miss Vivian Gorham went to Port- smoke coming from the Brown resi- by helping yourself,
Mrs. F. W. Bartholomew
and Barbara Felker.
land Saturday tq meet and visit with dence on Currin street, was locate«'
The scout troop of Estacada plan
Miss Irene Kaake
her parents until Sunday evening, and there was no cause for alarm, to attend the exposition in a body
Due to lack o f space and time it 1
Miss Florence King.............
They reside at Miasoula, Montana, It seems that the chimney had fallen on February 11 if the business mer becomes necessary to leave out the ,
Pamaliei Kenny . .......... ............ ......... 680,000
and were en route to California to down whieh caused the smoke to go o f Estacada will furnish transporta- school news this weefc, we are very
sony to my.
spend the balance o f the winter.
I back into the house.
By Mrs. J. M. C. Miller
Sunday was another red letter day
for the Sandy Pioneer and Early Set
tler’s Society. The warm handshake,
, , , , ,
the reminiscences told of days cov-
, o c .,
ering the years since 1853, events
tragic, humorous, pathetic, but all of
which were history, combined to make
the day one to be remembered by the
150 present. A moment’s silence was
held for two, D. VV. Douglass and
Mrs. Julia Brenham, who passed away
since the July meeting.
That there was danger o f the com
munity losing one o f its greatest in
dustries, the growing o f prunes, was
the keynote o f the speech delivered
before the Eastern Clackamas Com
munity club F'riday night by County
Agent J. J. Inskeep. The marketing
I problem, he said, was so serious that
The party at the M. E. church on j the industry was threatened unless
- of this week was . j gome practical means could be devel-
a most enjoyable social affair. There \ oped, and suggested that a local at-
were over sixty-five present and all I tempt be made to build up a market
were much pleased with the program i for the product in some section of
Charles Ellis Oglesby o f Molalla
passed away on January 31, 1928.
Mr. Oglesby was born near Estacada
and many o f the old settlers here
. . .
will remember him.
;|AMES INSTALLED AS CHIEF
OF ESTACAOA ENCAMPMENT
CECIL WRIGHT LOSES
SUI1 FOR OAMAGJES
BOV SCOUTS ENJOY HIKE
TO EAGLE CREEK CAMP
INSTALLS NEW OFFICERS