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Eastern (lliarkamas is nus
Devoted to the Interests ot Eastern Clackamas County
REAL ESTATE OEALS
ESTACADA, OREGON, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1928
£,22 ir ^ u n , F0RES1 SERVICE MAN
has taken a position at the People’: |
store. He is a graduate of the Esta
cada high school.
TO GIVE CLUB PROGRAM
Attend Star Meeting
Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Allen o f Mar ALBERT WISENDANGER WILL
SMALL ACREAGL SEEMS TO BE
mot were in Estacada Tuesday eve
GIVE ILLUSTRATED LEC-
ning to attend the Eastern Star (
TURE THIS EVENING
NEWS INSTALLS NEW
The fact that the News is a
day late this week is due to
the installation o f a new news
paper press, which was brought
in first of 'tho week, but it was
necessary to move the other
machinery around to make
room and the entire shop has
been somewhat disorganized all
The News will be better pre
pared now to give the people
of Eastern Clackamas county
a much better newspaper,
and expect to increase the size
o f the page to the standard
seven column, 12 ems. The in
creased circulation o f the pa
per made it absolutely neces
sary to increase the printing
Candidates Running Close Race Fori
First Place in News' Campaign
FIRST PERIOD ENDS WITH GOOD for just half price in buying this sta
REPORTS FROM EVERY
Stationery o f the grade you are
CONI ESI A N !
able to buy from the candidates is
hard to get in the quantity offeied
any place for the price you can buy
The close o f the first period in the - it from the candidates, to say noth-
' Eastern Clackamas News’ big cir- ' ¡ng about the printing. And if you
Former Resident Married
Leo Pesznecker, formerly o f Esta
Albert Wisendancer o f the United :,
dilation campaign Saturday night at ' 11™ ,,ot satisfied with the i ° b when
There is a growing demand fo
, a • a«
I it is delivered it will he made right
small acreage 'tracts in and near cada but now residing in Portland States forestry service has been se-
y o clock brought in the reserve votes
! without cost.
Estacuda according to local realestatt was married recently to a Poitland , cured as the headliner attraction foi
of the different candidates and th e 1 c bell „ band . . Membership*
the meeting o f the Eastern Clackamas
men, several deals having been com lady.
I ; contest became a real one. Several
raising: finances nec-
pleted are pending during the last
few days. There has been reported
The Portland Ligtit & Power com- the Masonic temple lodge rooms,
• j for first position that an accurate | orary membership cards are to be
also, deals o f the transfer o f largi
Mr. Wisendanger has had wide ex
The band has
fat m property during the last week pany has been building a new and
check of all the votes turned in was sold for $1 each
S. E. Wooster, local realtor, re fixing up the old road leading from pericnce as an entertainer and
necessary to ascertain the standing. | aKreed to * iv« not less tha" e'Kht
. . i .
I open air concerts in the city o f Es-
ports the sale of a 20 acre farm it the River Mill power plant to the 1 speaker and has travelled extensively;
Tne manager o f this contest has I.
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tacada during1 the summer; play foi
the Springwater district formerlj highway which connects near the 1 over all the Western states, appear
ing before commercial c ul.s, schoo.s
the Springwater fair this fall, anil
o w n e d
by J. W. O. Cox, to Shankland residence.
, never before has there been so close .
also play tor the Grange picnic at
It. Hughes of Portland^
I hroughlout the campaign
Ills slides o f Western scenery and
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Eagle Crek in May, and also play
Also 80 acres in the Garfield sec Eagle Creek Grange Meets
. . . . . .
wild life are exceptionally fine and
tion owned by Walter Lemon ant
Eagle Creek grange met Saturday
I the candidate turning in last was ,,
the accompanying talk is entertaining
sold to James Barrie.
Appointed R egl.t.r Of Voter.
1 generally in the lead.
Grange session in April
and thirty-one members responded to
Twelve acres and bungalow in sec roll call. The forenoon was devoted
S. E. Wooster has been appointed
it-8 a real raCe now for first pogi. agreeing to do this, and are asking
tion 28 tw;>. 3 s., R. 4 e., W. M. to general business. In the after
by the county clerk as registar o f tion at the final t.]osei j U3t threc ,ht‘ Pub lc to asslst them ln I»»vid-
owned by E. L. Fraley, Mr. Woostei noon two candidates were ixiitintei o f merit and some excellent bar] the voters o f Estacada precincts, j weeks away. Xhe |nan or woman ing the needed finances to carry on.
sohl to Carl Leathers.
in the first and second degrees. Twc
Those desiring to register may do j who gets in Ule ,,reatcsL amount of ' The News desires to assist the band
One acre in section 29 owned b. visitors were present, Mrs. Olive danger will be greeted with the larg ■so by applying at Mr. Wooster’s of business from this date on is pruc- in every way possible, and so for
the period o f one week, February 2G
Della Ke'nn has been sold to Charles Davis of the Garfield Grange and est turnout of the season, a.: the pub fice during business hours.
| tically sure of victory, because of the j
lie is assured o f a very enjoyable
to March 3, candidates will he al
John Hoffmeister of Damascus.
lowed to sell these honary member
H. C. Gohring bought 20 acres
iness would he needed to elevate!
Everyone is invited and will be
ship cards and will receive the same
from David P. Mathewn in section
made welcome whether a member ol
vote credits for membership cards
28, the deal being made by S. E
I Two automobiles, two radios and |
the club or not. You are asked to
sold as for subscriptions during the
cash prizes, as well as cash commis-
bring along the family.
last period, or 0,000 credits for each
John C'. Meyer completed the sail
j sions, are to be earned during the j
of his 160 acre farm in The Burn
next three weeks. It is now neces
Money reecived for band member-
NIGHT LOGGING TRAINS
near Sandy, this week, and the new
sary for every one expecting to win *
ship tickets will be turned in to tho
owners, the Neumann family o f Pori
AGAIN BEING OPERATED
The Bob Cooke Motor company has ' to get their friends organized in ev
treasurer o f the band. J. K. Ely, who
land, moved out Saturday and wil
Washington’s birthday was duly
i been demonstrating the new Furd cai ¡ery possible way fo r the triumphant
The night logging train has b e e n '.,
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'. will give candidate his receipt for
farm the place. Mr. Myers has gont observed in Estacada by an excellen
^___ . week,
hi: I finish. With a big prize almost it:
to the city to live with his nephew.
program at the high school auditor | put on again since the LaDee Loggin; (
the Model A machines on sight, you can’t afford to neglect fo the same. This receipt will be ac
ium, given by the schools in th e! company commenced operations anc Tuesday o f iast week.
He has a one minute the business o f getting cepted and credited same as cash.
forenoon and the colonial tea in the | the LaDee train is also lunning. It two-door sedan model and from the votes, for votes it takes to win the I . The News does not benefit one
SEVERAL HUNDRED SEE
afternoon at the home of Mrs. G. E , was reported that a still larger crew expressions heard o f those who have new cars o r radios.
iota, from ,his Ma,‘ ’ ,,r m em b,rahiP
FORDS IN THE MAKING
cards, except as every business man
Lawrence, under the auspices o f t h e '° f men had been put on at LaDee and taken a ride in the car, it is all and
Stationery I. Rig Value
am) citilen of the com munity bene-
Ladies Aid o f the M. E. church.
the day logging train will soon be in more than was expected o f it.
Bob Cooke presented a five ree'
are finding the tht fits in having a good musical organ-
The guests were greeted at thi 1 operation,
The feature that will appeal most
motion picture o f the new Model A
people are pleased with the stationery ization in the city such as the Esta-
Fo.-d car at the Liberty theatre or
being put out in the contest orders cada Band. It is hoped that the peo
is the ease with which this car car.
Tuesday afternoon and evening, a costumes which it is supposed they Funeral for Melvin Eichcr
for which give the same credits as pie will show their appreciation of
go over the rough roads.
special matinee being held for the
Really the public ir the efforts o f the organization to buy
getting a chance to get r .'U H ) value the membexship D ; .-tic at $1 inch.
The picture was taken in the new
Ri ev Rouge plant o f the Ford Motoi times contrasted very distinctly witl j Thursday, with Rev. T. I. Kirkwood j rpughest i-oads in ease as compared
¡officiating, and under the direction o with the older models.
ported back at the general meeting
It shows in detail tht those worn at present.
'A short program was given at the ¡L. A. Chapman, local mortician.
There is no lack of power, either
great care and exactness with which
tea also, which cons'sted o f a son; j Mr. Eicher came from Indiana ti On a test when the new machine had
the- new car is manufactured.
Matt C. Glover o f Eagle Creek
Judging from the picture Mr. Fori by six o f the ladies, a reading by ¡visit his old-time friend, G. W. Kel been driven only one hundred miles
was named chairman o f the general
certainly has built the finest factory Maerose Bartholomew and the stately ! lex-, when he was taken suddenly il with four passengers in the car it
possible for the manufacturing o f hi: and graceful minuet dance by Mrs and was taken to the hospital in ; made the Wilson hill on'the Garfield
: brought in a report urging support
Motion pictures o f th :
¡o f the movement begun by the Cluck-
type are instructive as well as en line, costumed as George Washington half sister, Mrs. A. I). Keeslar oi j than fifteen. A stop was made and OUTLOOK FOR INDUSTRY IN anias County Pamona Grange and the
while Miss Evelyn Buell presided a! i South Bend, Indiana, arrived Tuesday ; the car again climbed up to thirty
Oregon City Chamber o f Commerce
to attend the funeral.
He is sur- miles when the top was ¡cached.
GENERAL CONSIDERED FAIR
for a clearing house > t i farm products
Motiiec of Mrs. Coonrod Dead
through which a greater volume of
sandwiches with a hatchet decoration Kellar o f Buivall, Indiana
Mr. Cooke believes that he will soox
Mrs. V. J. Turnidge, mother of
locally grown produce will be sold
I be able to fill the orders he now has
Mrs. M. J. Coonrod, died at her home tatrg and tea. Miss Anna Dillon an< !
' by locul merchants. Land settlement
in Willamina, Tuesday, February 14.
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activities of the Greater Clackamas
OREGON CITY, teb. 23.— (Spe-
Funeral cervices were held last Fri table while Mesdanxes W. H. Grabeel j Miss Bessie Aqderson accompanied with a promise of early delivery.
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Union was also endorsed,
cial).-—< lackamus county s first ag-
day. Among those attending the fun R. J. Hughes, O. E. Smith and W. E her pupil, Lois Smith, to Gladstone
ricultural outlook conference got u n -:
* hindgren, general eonfer-
Friday evening to attend the county MAY BE CANDIDATE FOR
eral from this place were Mr. ant: Buell assisted in serving.
chairman, said in opening the
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| declamatory contest in which Lois
COUNTY COMMISSIONER der way Tuesday morning when lead-
Mrs. O. E. Syron, Mr. and Mrs. Bet
ing farmers from all sections o f the meeting that good business practice
[ took part. Glen Cary also acconx-
Dotison and Mrs. Nora Wonderly. Visits Mr». U. S. Morgan
county xr.et here to consider the re- cabs f ° r occasional study o f the
Deceased was the grandmother o
eently issued state outlook report and eounty s agricultural resources anil
Mr. Syron and the two ladies Iasi a sister o f Mrs. U. S. Morgan, visited waukie grammar school pupil, won able candidate for county conxmis-
at the Morgan home Tuesday.
the contest, speaking on “ The Black ¡iioncr, it was learned here this week. to review recommendations o f the their relation to market requirements,
he was followed by J. J. lnskeep,
Horse and it’s Rider.” John E. Gary, j Mi-. Root is not a stranger to the economic conference o f 1 I U .
Following a brief general session eounty agent, who explained that the
Attends Funeral at Underwood
Mr. and Mrs. A. Smith and daugh- ond and Emil Kraft o f Canby, third, having been connected with road the conference split into six differeni ' lot-®I outlook conference is one of a
Mrs. Lena Underwood went to Un
committees— general economics, live : series of ten being arranged in Ore-
work at different times,
elerwood, Washington, Tuesday, to ter drove to Stayton Saturday to .Silver cups go to the winners.
stock, farm crops, horticulture, poul- Kon as a means ot providing farmers
accompany her two nieces, who went
try and dairy. The committees re- i
(Continued on last page)
Leave for Eastern Oregon
Will Reside Here
to bury their father, Charles Walther Monday.
The W. A. W ilcox and Clyde Den
Mrs. E. Hammond has returned to
Mr. Walther passed away in Portland
ny families loaded the balance of Estacada to reside for a time.
Sunday and the funeral services were Cueste at Rynning Home
Mr. and Mrs. George Choen, his ¡their household goods and left fox
held at the chapel o f Miller & Tracy
sister, Miss Frances, and his mother j their new home in Eastern Oregon Visits Hayman Homt
all o f Portland, were guests o f M rs.! Thursday morning. These two faml- < Mrs. J. C. Primm came out from
lies have resided in Estacada for r Portland Thursday to visit at the J.
New Family Arrives
C. P. Rynning last Sunday.
number of yearn and have man; G- Hayman and W. H. Grabeel
When W. A. Wilcox and Clyde
frixxcds here who axe sorry to see homes.
Denny takes a truck load o f house Ted Ahlberg Improving
Candidates on the Honor Roll for this week are
hold goods to their new home ir.
Mrs. Ted Ahlberg went to Portland them leave.
Minister Visits Here
Eastern Oregon, they bring back t Wednesday to see Mr. Ahlberg who
District Superintendent Dr. Heisy
load for L. J. Podberg, who came is ill in a hospital there with an in- Former Resident Returns
Mrs. Helen Dahrens
Friday, February 17
Dr. C. P. Johnson was an Estacada of Portland came to Estacada Sunday
into possei'ition o f the Wilcox home fected arm, and reports that he If
Harry La Barre
Saturday, February 18
He bad been at- to attend the revival services being
heic in the trade, and his family slowly improving but not yet able to visitor Tuesday.
tending a college o f dentistry in Cal conducted at the Methodist church.
will reside here.
Monday, February 2<J
Oscar Lear o f Portland has taken ifornia but lias xeturned to Portlam
Mrs. Jacob Moss
Tuesday, February 21
Mr. Ahlberg’s place at the depot.
and opened an office. Dr. Johnson Preaches Funeral of Old Friend
Visit Parents Here
Mrs. Helen Dahrens
Wednesday, February 22
formerly resided in Estacada.
Rev. T. C. Cook o f the M. E. I
Carl Duus o f Muupin, Oregon, and
Mrs Jacob Moss
Thursday, February 28
------------------------- church went to Portland Wednesday
Vernie Duus o f Antelope, Oregon, Grand Officer Visits O. E. S
visited their parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Miss Vivian Gorham o f the Lovel-
Kelly, aged 80, who was
on P old
J. C. Duus at this place a few day? Estacada, was visited by a grand o f
R O X IM A T E STA N D IN G OF C A N D ID A TES
la . week. They each purchased a new ficer and deputy for the worthy ace-Goihanx company, who has been friend of Rev. Cook. Mr. Kelly died
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Mrs. Jacob Moss
Chevrolet car o f the Cascade Motoi grand matron, Mrs. Elizabeth Tiptox quite sick for the past two weeks, at the home o f his daughter at For
of Portlaxxd, Tuesday evening. Sht is able to get out hut ha not ye est Grove and the funeral service
company to take home with them.
Mrs. Hilda M. Brown
held a school o f instruction in the gone back into the '.ore to
were held in the Mount Scott ( hape!
1 , 280,000
Mrs. Helen Dahrens
afternoon, at which time a largi
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Guests of Harl.enriders
c The F. J. Harkenrider home had
Miss Irene Kaake
After being laid up for two weeks
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as guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Wm There were other visitos from Port-
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Miss Florence King
lionegar and family o f Multnomah land, including M. Ott, patron o f Vic- with a bad attack o f rheumat sm in Attend Funeral at Portland
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Keith, Mr. ami
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Paulson and two tory chapter and Mrs. Greenleaf, x his shoulder. Milt Marshall was able
Miss Pamela Kenny
daughters of Portland, Mr. and Mrs past matron, and several other Star to be on the streets again Thursday. Mrs. C. A. Norri and Mr. and Mrs
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Mrs. R. B. Gibson
James Norris went to Potland Wed-
Julius Paulsen o f George and George members.
Quite a number from the Sandy Boring Postmaster Here
nesday afternoon to attend the fun-
Mrs. W iley B. Howell
chapter and Camp 8 were also pres-
William Moran, p..e?nxaster at Bor- eral o f their sister's husband. Charles
1 , 000,000
ent. To conclude this most pleasant ing, was in Estacada Thursday and Arien, who died at his home at Lau
Open House at Schools
February 28, will be event, a delicious lunch was served called on Postmaster A. N. Johnson, rel, Oregon, Sunday moning, aftei
an extended illness. The funeral "er
“ open house” at the schools for al! j the committee in charge making use
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Miss Irene Davis
vices were held at the Jacobson up j
Tea will be served in the I o f the George Washington theme foi Returns From Portland
Mrs. Wm. Weingart teturned Wed deitaking parlors and interment was
afternoon. The affair is being ar i table decorations which lent chartr
ranged by the Parent-Teachers’ as i and splendor to the concluding fes nesday evening from a business visit in the Mt. Scott cemetery. Deoea-ei
of several days in Portland.
.leaves the widow and three children !
OBSERVED BY PROGRAM
BOB COOKE DEMONSTRATING
THE NEW FORO AUTOMOBILE
Harry La Barra