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lEastmt dlarkamas Nnita
Devoted to the Interests ot Eastern Clackamas County
ESTACADA, OREGON, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1928
V OLU M E XXII
SIGN ON HIGH SCHOOL
ORDERED TO AID FLYERS
LEGION P R O G R A M FOR Y E A R TO
T R A F F I C IN T H E A I R .
“ Estacada,” and an arrow pointing
north will be painted on the roof of
the Estacada high school building,
covering the entire available surface
o f the roof, in order to aid aviators
when flying near the city. Arrange
ments for the big sign was made at
the monthly meeting of the Carl
Douglass post of the Legion Monday
Attention 'was called to the fact
that within the last few weeks two
airplanes had lost their way in the
fog and had flown low over the town
without being able to learn just
where they were, and that the paint
ing o f this sign would not only be a
benefit to aviators, but possibly at
some time would be the means oi
preventing damage to machines, anc
probably the loss o f life.
The action o f the Legion is in line
with the program o f the state and
national organization for the year in
their desire to aid in every possible
way the development o f airports ant'
The letter on the school building
will be more than eight feet high
will be distinguishable at a height o f
about three thousand feet, and will
be painted by high school boys un
der the supervision o f the manual
training instructor, A. H. Drews, the
materials being supplied by the post
The post pledged its support in
transporting the Boy Scouts o f Esta
cada to the Boys' Vocational Expo
sition at the Municipal auditorium in
Portland on February 11, a commit
tee consisting o f Bob Cooke and Syl
vester Lawrence having been appoint
ed to assist in the arranging o f such
Elmer Anderson, L. E. Townsend
and Grover Kiggins, dance commit
tee o f the post, were complimented
hy Commander J. C. Moreland foi
the post for their udtiring efforts in
conducting the dances at Eagle Creek
which are proving profitable, and
making possible the carrying out ol
the Legion program.
Paul J. Holm, adjutant o f the pos1
announced that the membership a(
this date was 47, and the quota set
fo r the organization this year is 55
It was decided to make a drive foi
the additional members needed tc
put the post over the top.
Sylvester Lawrence ' and Forest
Erickson were elected as team cap
tains and divided the members into
'tw o groups which will compete for
memberships until the next meeting
and the winning team will be served
a tanquet at the expense o f the
The Auxiliary had a fine attend
ance at this meeting, and several ad
ditional members were received intc
A fter the business sessions a joint
social hour was enjoyed. Cards were
played and afterward the Auxiliarj
served sandwiches, cake and coffee.
T A K E S P A R T IN P L A Y
O. A. C., CORVALLIS, Feb. 9.—
Howard Davis o f Estacada, freshman
in commerce, was one o f the students
who took part in “ Canuck Frolics,”
a vaudeville act presented by formei
Canadian students on “ internationa'
night.” The program was composed
o f skits by the several nationalities
“ International night”
programs are one o f the yearly fea
tures on the campus, the foreign stu
dents displaying talent in various
modes o f entertainment.
C o lle c t in g D o f T ax
GR A N D O FFICER VISITS
L O C A L M A SO N IC
The Masonic Lodge o f Estacada
had a most pleasant meeting.Tuesday
night when the deputy grand master
Rands, of Oregon City paid the lodge
an official visit. There were visitors
present from Sandy, also.
A. H. Drews was initiated into the
third degree after which the gran!
master gave a talk on the Masonic
and Eastern Star home which was
very interesting. Some o f the Ma
son's wives served the splendid lunch
consisting of roast beef sandwiches
cake and coffee furnished by W. A
ROUTES 2 ANO 3 . ’
ATTEND GRESHAM MEET TO BE CONSOLIDATED
CREDIT M EN ’ S ASSO C IATIO N
M EETIN G THIS F R ID A Y EVE
ONLY TEN DAYS LETT OF
BIG VOTE SCHEOOLE
Notice is given o f the regular
| monthly meeting of the Eastern !
Clackamas Business Men’s Credit as-
sociation, which will be held in the •
city hall Friday evening, February
T I M E T O W IN IS N O W W H I L E
EDUCATION A L
C O N F E R E N C E P. O. D E P A R T M E N T A U T H O R I Z E S
10, at 8 o ’clock. All business men
FOR E X -S E R V IC E MEN TO
in Eastern Clackamas county are in
S U B S C R I P T I O N S B R I N C IN
vited to attend.
B E H E L D F E B. 13
FAM ILIES AFFECTED
O ’ BRIAN LOSES LEG
Postmaster A. N. Johnson has re
Legionnaires of Eastern Clackamas
county will attend the educational ceived notice from the postoffice de
conference for ex-service men a! partment that Rural Routes No. 2 and
Gresham Monday evening, February , 3 out o f Estacada will be consoli-
i dated, effective March 1. Thjrty-
Carl Douglass Post No. 74 is mak two families now receiving mail
V isi tors H er e F ro m P ort land
ing an effort to’ get every man in through the local postoffice will be
Charlie and Will Krieger o f Port the community out for this meeting served by Oregon City and other o f
However, it will better the
land accompanied by their wives because they will be informed o f all fices.
were guests at the home o f their the benefits to which they are enti service as a whole, and reduce the
brother Julius Krieger at Estacada tled. Free hospitalization, loans, and expense by more than $1000 per
many other features of the servic year,, Mr. Johnson says.
to former soldiers made possible bj
The notice given by the Postmas
C r o w d A tt end * S er vic e
American Legion will be ex ter says: “ By order o f the depart
There was a large audience at the plained in detail by able speakers.
ment, effective March 1, 1928, rural
Methodist church Sunday evening to
The meeting is being sponsored route No. 3 from this office will be
listen to the pageant “ The Coming by the Salvation Army, Oregon and discontinued and the territory now
o f Truth,” as given by the member! Southern Idaho Division, and has the served by route No. 3 to the east of
o f the church and Sunday school. endorsement o f Governor Patterson Clear creek will be served by the ex
The , program was carried out very Albert E. Baynton, divisional com tension o f route No. 2 as follows
nicely and was highly entertaining mander o f the Sahation^ Army ani From Springwater store, carrier will
Judge John H. Stevenson o f tht go to the Lewellen place and retrace,
1 thence north and east to Moger's and
American Red Cross, Portland.
Ladies A t t e n d A u x ilia r y
The personal notice being sent to Perry’s and retrace, thence north
Among the people down from all local ex-service men is signed by westerly on the paved highway to
Camp 8 Monday night to attend the Mayor H. C. Stephens o f Estacada, ! Shakelford corner, thence to Viola
American Legion and Auxiliary meet and A. G. Ames, president o f the j and Logan, thence southeasterly on
ing were Mr. and Mrs. Earl Gunter, Eastern Clackamas Community Club. | paved highway to forks of the ole
Mrs. George Townsend, Mrs. Shaeffer
Full details as to the information j road at Baker corner and down the
Mrs. D. B. Kelly, Mrs. Abbie Arm that will be available to those whe hill to the bridge.
strong and Mrs. Ines Smith.
attend this meeting will be found in
“ In other words, route No. 2 will
the advertising columns o f this week’s serve Dodge, Springwater, Viola anc'
News, and it is o f utmost interest Logan on the west side o f the Clack
and importance to every soldier of amas in addition to Faraday loop
the World war.
on the east side, with William M.
The local post o f the Legion is fu r Graham as carrier.
“ There will be no change in route
nishing transportation to every ex-
service man who wishes to go. A No. 1 other than the transfer of thi
large bus will be provided if neces carrier, Oren E. Syron, from routt
Rev. C. T. Cook, pastor o f the M. sary and a number o f the members 2 to route 1, effective March 1.
“ As routes No. 1 and No. 2 are
E. church at this place, received a o f the post have offered the use of
telegram Wednesday afternoon say their cars. Those wishing to go arc now classified as motor routes, 45
ing that Lillian Klilie, the singer who requested to meet in front of the Ma and 48 miles in length, it will be
will assist Mrs. Genevieve
Booth sonic building at 6 p. m., Monday, i necesary that the roads be kept ii
Clibborn in a revival at this place February 13, where arrangemtfhts I a passable condition in order that
would arrive in Portland Saturday will hi; provided to take them to Carriers can serve their routes on
and be here for the Sunday mornint Gresham and return. This meeting schedule time. By having your mail
service at the church. Mrs. Clibborn is for no other purpose than to ben box in good shape as well as the ap
will arrive Wednesday to begin a ser- efit the former soldier, and the o ffi proach thereto, you will aid the car
ies o f meetings which will continut cers o f the local post urge that every rier in better serving you.
“ Kindly advise your
one avail themselves o f the opportun
daily for some time.
Booth-Clibborn is now at ity to learn what they are entitled to dents and publishers of your correct
Bend, Oregon, with hrt- husband under state and federal legislative route number when writing. A. N.
where they’ve had wonderful success, acts by being at Gresham on Feb Johnson, Postmaster.”
it is said.
The church has been ruary 13th at 7:30.
Admission is free and the Legion P ar ty f o r Da ughters
crowded every night and the meetings
developed into a city wide revival, al' has no motive in urging you to attend
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Snyder am
the other churches combining in the other than to benefit you, according Mrs. Floyd Davis gave their daugh
to Commnder J. C. Morelnd of Car’ ters, Dorothy Snyder and Florenc«
She is the wife o f William E. Booth Douglass past.
Davis, a party Saturday afternoon,
Clibborn, grandson o f the late Gen
beginning at 2 o ’clock. The young
eral Booth, founder of the Salvatior
sters played games until three o ’clock
Army. She is a preacher o f ability
when a lunch was served.
and power, according to Rev. Cook.
baskets containing candy, nuts and
Estacada people may expect to heai
[ gum were hid and each had to find its
some good sermons.
| basket. Dorothy and Florence
' ceived many nice presents.
S N Y D E R W I N S C A S E IN
The guests included Jean Sarver,
D I S T R I C T C O U R T IN C I T Y
A verdict o f “ guilty” was rendered ! Ruth Kitching, Stanley Snyder, Wan
by a jury in the justice court of da Kreiger, Luella Kitching, Brook;
Harry B. Snyder, proprietor o f the S. E. Wooster Saturday in a suit Snyder, Pauline Moore, Howard Hunt
People’s store of Estacada, was given growing out o f the injury to Mrs. Jr., Laura Bell Hunt, Andy Davis,
the decision in a battle in the district Carl Long, when a car in which she Florence Davis, Dorothy Snyder
court Saturday where a Portland was riding a few Sundays ago had | Catherine O’Brian, Robert Snyder,
firm had brought an action to collect a collision with a sedan driven by Jr., Mrs. Theo. Harders, Mr. and Mrs.
$750 from Snyder for amount al S. W. Paxton o f Portland.
, Howard Hunt, Mrs. Floyd Davis and
leged to be due on a truck.
The accident happened in front of ; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Snyder.
Wentworth-Irvin, Inc., o f Portland, the Currinsville store. The car in
sold a truck about four years ago or which Mrs. Long was riding with Smith H om e III
a conditional sales contract. The her husband was driven by H. Harris | O. E. Smith came home from Port
truck changed hand a few times and o f Eagle Creek. A young lady ac land Tuesday evening, ill.
finally Mr. Snyder purchased it, not companied Paxton but all escaped in
knowing the Portland firm had a jury except Mrs. Long who had a
Chapm an s D r iv e to Odell
claim against it, Mr. Snyder rcceivinf broken arm and was otherwise
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Chapman drove
as he thought a clear bill o f title to bruised.
-to Odell last Wednesday returning
Paxton was fined $50 by Justice Saturday, accompanied
Later the company brought the
Wooster, and the case is being ap daughter, Mrs. Ina Chevron and
suit to collect the balance due thenv
pealed, Walace Smith, attorney for ; daughter. Mr. Chevron came from
on their claim against Mr. Snyder,
the defendant stated. B. F. Lindas ■ Odell Sunday to take his wife am
with the result that the court decided
o f Oregon City prosceuted the case. 1 baby home. Mr. Chapman reports :
Snyder’s claim to the truck was legal.
delightful trip up the Columbia high
The Portland firm was required to
way. From Multnomah falls a dis.
pay the costs in the case. The ac
Miss Rhoda Beck, teacher in the tance, there is one-way traffic. Or
tion was heard before Judge Camp
each side o f the road are high ice
bell, Gilbert Hedges of Portland ap ; grade school, accompanied Mrs. Gard
cliffs which make the drive very pic-
pearing as attorney for the defend
; Portland Friday evening and spent j turesque.
NOTED REVIVALIST COMING
HERE TO NOLO CAMPAIGN
PAXTON FOGNO GUILTY
IN CURRINSVILLE WRECK
W. H. Holder, deputy assessor,
is collecting the county dog license
fee which is now due, but will b^
the week end at Mrs. Gardner’s home
doubled March 1. The license is J1
G o t o P ort lan d
1 in that city.
for male, $2 for female'.
Better Visit » Parents Here
Mr. and Mrs. Will Davidson oi
look after this little matter or per
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Hall were
haps you will lose your dog.
/ Camp 8 came down to Estacada on
pleased by a visit from their eldest Son B or n to M cK enzies
son from Portland last Sunday. •
A little son was born to Mr. and Monday and went to Portland to at
H ere F ro m T a c o m a
Mrs. Le^ McKenzie last Friday, Feb tend a show, returning Tuesday.
ruary 3, at their home in Currins-
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Englin from Ed. Linn Im pr oving
A h lb e r g T aken to Hospital
The News is pleased to report that villc. Mother and child doing fine.
Tacoma, Washington, and Mr. and
An ambulance came from Portland
Mrs. Clyde Walgamot from Portland W. E. Linn is improving slowly from
Wednesday evening and carried Ted
He has E ntertain s at L u n ch eon
visited at the home o f Mr. and Mrs. an attack o f pneumonia.
Mrs. R. H. Currin entertained at Ahlberg to the St. Vincent hospital
A. W. Schunke in the Garfield dis not been able to sit up yet but thinks
luncheon Friday Mrs. Leslie Linn in Portland. He has been suffering
he will be in a few, days.
trict last Sunday.
Mrs. Susie Kitching, Mrs. Jennie with a breaking out similar to ery
G. E. L a w r e n c e III
Krieger, Mrs. G. B. Linn and Mrs. sipelas on his left arm and decide!
Mr and Mrs. Smith Entertain
to go to the hospital for treatment
Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Smith en Lydia McConnell.
G. E. Lawrence was sick this week
and unable to be at his accustomer tertained a company o f theif friends
place at the feed store until Thurs Friday evening with a five hundred — Regular Saturday night dance in j — Regular Saturday night dance in
¡the Grange hall at Garfield Feb. II. Garfield Grange hall February 1L
Every minute will count from now
until the closing o f the second period
' o f the Eastern Clackamas News' big
1 circulation drive, which closes
I .Saturday, February 18.
A fter that date the credits for a
| subscription drop one-fourth from
their present value, and they will
not be increased. Subscriptions on
and after the 19th o f February will
not count near as much as they noW
count >n the contest, and if youifexi
pect to win one o f the cars or other
Mrs. Rhodes 111
Mrs. W. W. Rhodes has been quite big prizes, you must use the time
ill for several days but is improving j before the closing o f the first period.
The possible number o f subscrip
at this time. She had an attack of
tions to the News that can be secured
is not near reached yet. Even here
in Estacada there must be several
Miss Hassell M ar ried
Miss 1 lorence M. Hassell was mar more families to sell. On the routes
ried at the M. E. parsonage in Hood out of towm there are still more than
River, Oregon, Thursday, February one hundred families that have not
2, to Budd Andrus o f Mt. Hood, Ore. been sold. There is plenty o f oppor
Mrs. Andrus is the daughter of Mr. tunities to get subscriptions— and big '
and Mrs. A. S. Hassell o f this place votes— if you continue to go after
She graduated from Estacada high them.
This is the time to win, not after
school in 1926, after which she at
tended the state normal at Monmouth the vote schedule is reduced. You
fo r some time. She is now teachinf can’t afford to waste one minute
now. Some one is going to win a
near Mt. Hood, Oregon.
Her many friends in this locality fine new automobile as a result of
will be pleased to extend congratula their e,. is during the next ten
tions and best wishes for a long and days. This is the critical period in
the entire campaign.
happy married life.
Mr. and Mrs. Andrus were in Esta tunity to drive a new car will be lost
cada Sunday visiting at the home of if you fail to produce during this
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. S. remaining short time of the first
period big vote schedule.
Interest in the contest is becoming
more pronounced. Not a community
E r ect Rest au ran t Sign
Another restaurant sign was erect in this whole part o f the county or
ed in front o f the Home restaurant in and near the county capital but
has heard of and knows about the
campaign. People come into the o f
fice every day or two and voluntarily
subscribe for the paper because they
want it and have not been solicited.
The interest being taken in the
contest by people who never before
heard o f the Eastern Clackamas News
makes it easier for you to sell than
The development project across the at the beginning of the campaign.
The News now goes into every
track and west o f town is being car
ried forward with a vim, the people community in Clackamas county,
of the city realized Tuesday o f thi: i The circulation is increasing, and as
week. Rocks from the blasting op I it increases the larger the possibility
erations hit in different sections of j <>f getting more subscriptions. The
the city and two, one weighing more | people like, and want, a live news-
than a pound came into the News : paper which publishes the kind of
office breaking the glass and landing j news they arc interested most in
news o f themselves,
against the wall on the back side of reading— the
their friends and neighbors. It does
No damage was reported other that not take much of a sales talk to sell
the breaking o f the glass in the them their own home paper, but il
front o f the News office, although takes the personal contact, and now
it is thought likely that one or two is the time to win an automobile bj
roofs in town have suffered from keeping on the job until the end of
| the first period.
the falling stones.
About twenty-five men arc being
Just remember this— you will nev
employed now in building a road and er have another opportunity like you
remodeling the old dance pavilion in have now to win a new car for a few
short weeks o f your time.
Friends of John O’ Brian are sorry
to hear of his continued illness. On
account of infection, a part o f hi;
foot was amputated several days ago
but as the infection continued to
spread another operation was neces
sary and his leg was taken o ff just
below the knee.
Mrs. O'Brian, who is also confined
in a Portland hospital, is reported to
PEOPLE REALIZE THAT
COMPANY MEANS BUSINESS
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