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Devoted to the Interests ot Eastern Clackamas County
ESTACADA, OREGON, FRIDAY, MARCH 9, 1928
VOLUM E XXII
P arty for W anda K roager
Fasching-Y ork W edding
Mrs. Julius Kt-euger gave a purty
Miss M argaret Fasching, daughter
for her little d au gh ter W anda Mun-
of Dr. and Mrs. D. G. Fasching; of
day evening to celebrate her seventh
Portland, and Lee J. York w ere m ar
birthday. Hom e decorations were
ried a t a pretty and im pressive cer
p retty and carried out the E astei
emony perform ed at the home of the
them e. The little guests num bered
bride's uncle. Dr. W. W. Rhodes of
E stacada, T hursday, M arch 1, a t 9 JACKSON LUMBER CO. O F PO R T ten and included Jean G rabeel, Flor
BORN H ERE IN 1859 AND HAD p. m., by R. W oodruff of Portland.
ence Davis, R uth Jennings, Phyllis
C ary, D orothy Kiggins, D orotha S ny
Miss Viola M artindale acted as brides
LAND BUYS FOUR LOTS
RESIDED IN CLACKAMAS
der, W anda K rieger, Richard Rose.
maid and Dr. Rhodes as best m an.
W EST OF NEW S O FFIC E
Lloyd D uncan and L ester Kiggins.
COUNTY ALL HER LIFE
The bride was given in m arriage by
Am ong the older guests present were
her fath er, Dr. Fasching. Miss
Mrs. B. O. C ulver, Mrs. Sarver, Mrs.
Sprogue played the w edding m arch
Jackson, president of th e W. F. C ary, Mrs. W. E. Linn and
Mrs. A m anda J. Davis passed away and Mrs. R obertonson sang “ I Love W.
at her home in the G arfield district Y’ou T ruly.” The hom e w as a ttra c Jackson Lum ber com pany of P o rt Miss M aude Sherm an, W anda’s teach-
F’riday evening, M arch 2, a fte r a lin tively decorated w ith green foliage land, was in E stacada M onday and i er. T here was a handsom e birthday
gering illness. She was born in and daffodils. T here w ere 25 guests l m ade arrangem ents to p ut in a lum ber cake illum ed w ith seven candles and
the hostess also served cocoa and
Clackam as county N ovem ber 30, and th e bride and groom received yard a t this point.
1859 and lived in the G arfield dis m any beautiful gifts. A dainty The com pany bought fo u r lots from ice cream .
luncheon was served follow ing the the Yocum Lum ber com pany through
tric t all h er life.
S .‘E. W ooster, the lots being the tra c t Shipping Logs Every Night
She was m arried to J. J. D avit cerem ony.
on which the lum ber yard w as^de- From 22 to 35 cars loaded with
D ecem ber 9, 1877. T here w ere seven
logs come through E stacada from
stroyed by fire last sum m er.
children, five of whom survive, foui C uts O ff F inger
girls and one boy. Besides th e hus A m ost u n fo rtu n ate accident hap The Jackson Lum ber com pany has C azadero every night en route to
band, th e survivors are Mrs. Agnes pened to G arnet P arks, son of Mr. lum ber yards a t Oswego and S her L ents Junction, A. Dwyer claim ing
Irvin, P ortland ; Mrs. Rachel Jones and Mrs. G. E. Parks, Tuesday eve wood, also. Mr. Jackson stated th at them at th at point. The men who
C lackam as; Mrs. Ada Sarver, Mrs ning when he cu t o ff a p art o f hi: i work would start im m ediately on the see the logs safely to th eir destina
C arrie B. M arshall and Floyd Davis index fin g er on th e left hand while arrangem ents for the yards and th at tion are F rank T atem an, “S horty”
of Estacada. Besides these she splitting kindling. The w ound was suitable buildings would be erected. Shore and B. Sm ith, who are m akinf
leaves her m other, Mrs. Elizabeth dressed by Dr. W. W. G ilbert and The com pany has also closed a deal their home at present ut the Kstacadi
Pinkley of E stacada; fo u r sisters and he is g ettin g along so fa r very nicely. with M att ¿o n sb erry and have taken Hotel.
over his yard.
two brothers, tw elve grand children
Mr. W ooster sold a lot in T errace
and one g reat grand child.
addition this week to F rank Chevron.
F uneral services w ere held undei
Mr. Chevron contem plates building
the direction of . A. Chupm an, m or
a home on this lot, which was fo rm
tician of this place, at the M ethodist
erly owned by Lucy Mae Reed.
church Sunday afternoon a t 2 o’clock
R obert Mohle has purchased from
and A. DeMoy, an old frien d of the
Mr. W ooster a 4U acre tract, located
fam ily, spoke words of com fort to
the bereaved fam ily. B urial was in The birthday celebration of D. M. in section 21, tw p. 3, R. 4. The new T hirty-five m em bers of M ountain
th e I. O. O. F. cem etery a t E stacada. M arshall started Sunday noon when ow ner has already taken possession. chapter O. E. S., of Estacada, besides
m any o th er S ta r m em bers from this
Mr. and Mrs. M arshall arrived hom e
locality, on T uesday evening atte n d
from church and found a splendid LOOKING FOR LOCATION
CRED IT MEN TO M EET
FOR PU LP MILL H ERE ed a d istrict m eeting of the order,
TH IS FRIDAY EVENING d inner and a handsom e birthday cake
consisting of five chapters, at G resh
which had bqen prepared by Mrs.
The chapters present w ere Park
The regu lar m onthly m eeting of the M arshall’s sister, Mrs. G eorge De- E d U lger of Bem idgji, M innesota, am.
Sandy, T routdale, E stacada and
E astern Clackam as Business M en's Shields and two daughters, Mrs. Le- was in the city Tuesday. l£ is said rose,
. T here was an attendance
C redit association wiil be held at the lia Stone and Lilas DeShields. Mr. th at he was looking over a location Gresham
city hall this Friday evening, startin g
The d ifferen t chapters put on parts
prom ptly at 8:30. C harlie Sparks present to assist in the entertaining. a wood pulp mill.
of tha w ork of the chapter and E sta
secretary of the organization, urges Again M onday noon Mrs. M arshal;
cada did the in itiatory work.
prepared a delightful surprise dinnei Em ployed at Camp 8
all business men to attend.
having as guests th ree of Mr. M ar
E. E. Saling and- son Ted w ent to Among the grand officers present
shall’s friends whose com bined age: Camp 8 T hursday m orning w here w ere Mrs. M argaret B arnes, w orthy
Building New C ottage
grand m atro n ; T herise M. C astnar
F rank M cGraw is building a cot w ere 233 years. The sam e eveninj they will be em ployed.
past grand m atron and present grand
tage at the head of Main stre et oppo
lecturer; Pauline M. Riley and Stella
at the M arshall home, bringing a E ntertained at Bull Run
site the W ade filling station.
beautiful btrthday cake w ith 70 can
M embers of the Bridge club in E s ’K. D rake, past grand m atrons; Nel
dies and serving ice cream and coffo< tacada w ent to Bull Run today w here lie M cKinley, grand secretary ; J.
G uests at G rabcel Home
F rancis D rake, past grand patron,
Mrs. Don Allen entertain ed them .
Mrs. Hedgeeoclc and children of as additional refreshm ents.
and a past grand m atron from Mon
Games w ere plHyed and a g en era’
P ortland w ere guests at the W. H
tan a. The E stacada people higly
good tim e was enjoyed. Two of the Spends W eek End H ere
G rabeel home Sunday.
guests present, F. J. H arkenrider Mrs. Nellie M arshall of P ortland enjoyed the m eeting.
and J. K. Ely, also had a birthday spent the week end here w ith h er sis
Position in Feed Store
W AR V ETERA N OF SANDY
B enard W hitaker has Accepted a at the sam e tim e. Mr. M arshall re ter, Mrs. Elizabeth Allen.
DIES AT W ALLA W ALLA
position w ith U. S. M organ in the ceived especial atten tio n on this hap
E stacada Feed stoic, com m encing
Mrs. J. W. Moxley was a business
work M onday m orning of this week be rem em bered by him.
visitor in P ortland fo r a couple ol Alex G ray, W orld w ar v eteran of
B etter T rucking Service
Sandy, died a t the V eterans’ hospi
days last week.
V isit Dodge P ark
tal a t W alla W alla, W ednesday morn-
Mrs. R. H. C urrin, Miss Elsie Poole T he new truck of K itching &
ing. He w as gassed and tuberculo
Mrs. G. B. Linn and Mr. and Mrs. Steinm an, which they recently p u r 1 V isitors at Sparks Home
H enry Heiple spent the day a t Dodge chased, is m aking possible still b etter Sunday visitors a t th e C. E. Sparks sis set in, which was th e cause of
trucking service. T hey have q new home w ere the fa th er and m other, his death. He was taken to th e hos
P ark and Bull Run Sunday.
six-cylinder, four-w heel brakes m a and b ro th er and wife, of Mrs. Sparks, pital several weeks ago.
chine, which is up to date in every Mr. and Mrs. F urnish and Mr. and The deceased served in Co. G,
E ntertains B asketball Team
Mrs. H arry Furnish, all of P ortland. 109th In fa n try , 28th division. He
C om plim enting the basketball boy particular.
w as in th e battle of M use and the
o f the E stacada high school, Mr. Man
A rgonne offensive. He is survived
Skin G rafting N ecessary
ning, the coach, en tertain ed then F orm er M inister Visits
Rev. B. F. Clay of St. H elens was Mrs. Ted A hlberg w ent to P ort by his w ife, to whom he had been
T hursday evening with a chicken din
an E stacada visitor a few days the land to visit Mr. A hlberg Tuesday m arried ten m onths. She is living
first of th e week. He is ju st recov It was necessary to do some skin w ith relatives in Sandy.
ering from a bad attack of the flu g raftin g on his arm and the opera
H ere From P ortland
Mrs. M ary W alther and two and looks ra th er frail. Mr. Clay was tion took place th at m orning. It will Guest» from W alla W alla
daughters C atherine and Louise are p asto r of the C hristian church her« be several days yet before he can Mrs. T. O. P arris and son Harold
retu rn home.
o f W alla W alla, W ash., are visiting
here from P ortland visiting relatives a few years ago.
w ith Mrs. P arris’ m other, Mrs. C. T.
Mrs. W alther is a sister o f Mrs. A.
T H R E E LINKS ITEM S
Cox of R oute 4, Boring, the past few
Ladies Aid Meets
The Ladies Aid of th e M. E. church Mrs. C arl G un ter and daughter days. It is an in teresting fact to
M arried in V ancouver
m et a t th e home of Mrs. G. E. Law Betty Ju n e left Friday for Portland know th at little H arold has four
As the News goes to press word rence W ednesday afternoon and the to spend a few days w ith her m other, thum bs, two on either hand, and uses
them w ithout any disadvantage. Mr.
comes th a t Ed. H unt and Miss H attie m em bers com m enced work on a rti Mrs. Eggens.
Boyer, both of E stacada, w ere m ar cles fo r th e b azaar which they ex Miss B etty W allace of Camp 10 P arris is a ball player and played
ried in V ancouver, W ashington, oi) pect to hold in a few m onths.
w ent to P ortland Friday. She was w ith th e Idaho league last sum m er.
T hursday afternoon. W. E. Linn ae
accom panied by her sister, Mrs. Bon- TRUCK TURNS OVER AT
com panied them to V ancouver.
S treet Is E xtended
field, who has been visiting her for
JIM CLOSNER R ESIDEN CE
Broadw ay has been lengthened on some tim e, and Doris Ann and Elinor
K lett Has Two Broken Ribs
the south so th at now the stre et ex Johnson.
Two weeks ago, while w orking at tends to the new stre et being made The 3B ’s club m et-at the home of R. A. M eyer’s truck tu rn ed over
the LaDee lum ber cam p, A ugust by th e E astern syndicate on the river. Mrs. B. O. Kelly M arch 1.
T uesday while backing into th e resi
K lett injured him self quite badly. Several men and team s did the work The regu lar dance of the Com dence of Jim Closner w ith a load of
A t the tim e he ^id not think much last week.
m unity club was held Saturday, wood. One of the boards across n
M arch 3, with Kellys, M arshall and ditch broke, and over w ent th e truck.
about the in ju ry and w orked on for
Davidsons on the com m ittee. All Mr. M eyers, luckily, escaped injury.
fo u r days, when he was com pelled to Go to Falls City
give up. On taking an X -ray exam Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Buell and fam enjoyed a good tim e. C ards were
ination the physician discovered two ily w ent to Falls City Friday evening played until lunch w as served and KELSO COMMUNITY A CTIV E
fra c tu re d ,rib s and Mr. K lett is now on receiving word th at Mrs. Buell s dancing was enjoyed until a late
laid up and will not be able to work m other was very sick. T hey re hour.
com m unity is m ore ac
Q uite a num ber of T hree Links tive T he now Kelso
fo r a couple of w eeks.
tu rn ed Sunday evening.
it has been fo r some
people attend ed the m eeting of the tim e and an effo
rt is being mude to
C elebrates 63rd B irthday
and paint the o u t
About th irty friends o f Mr. and G erald E. Beebe of P ortland wa.
ore attractiv e as
Mrs. R. S. Coop of C yrrinsville su r an E stacada visitor this week. He Mr. and Mrs. G. O. Tow nsend and a com m unity center. T he Powell
prised them last Friday evening, it is doing some im provem ent work on children spent the week end in P ort V alley Mission orchestra played at
being the occasion of Mr. Coop’s 63d his sum m er home on E agle Creek. land visiting relatives.
e Sunday afternoon service which
Mrs. Mabel Thom pson spent the th
birthday, also the 37th w edding anni-1
week end a t her hom e in Portland.
Visit C arters O ver W eek End
versary of Mr. and Mrs. Coop.
The evening was spent in playing
gam es and with music. A delicious I w ere week end visitors of Mr. and dau gh ter visited a few day.« here
luncheon was served, conspicuous of Mrs. R. T. C arter at th eir home neai with relatives and friends.
A num ber of Masons and E astern A com m ittee from th e M armot
which was i large and beautifully Log L aB arre.
S tars attended the m eeting held in school board attended the regular
decorated cake m ade especially for
m eeting of the Sandy school board
G resham T uesday night.
the occasion by a daughter, Mrs. V isiting His P arents
M onday night to talk consolidation,
George G uttridge of Estacada. A fter V ernie M arshall wes in tow n this
a most delightful tim e the guests de week visiting his p aren ts and will re S. E. W ooster is the ow ner of a b ut no definite action was taken con
parted, wishing Mr. and Mrs. Coop tu rn to M arshfield ab o ut the first of new C hevrolet sedan purchased this cerning the joining of the tw o dis
week from the Cascade M otor Co. tricts.
m any happy retu rn s of the day.
LUMBER YARD TO BE •
ESTABLISHED IN CITY
DIES AT GARFIELD HOME
FRIENDS JOIN MARSHALL
IN BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION
0. E. S. MEMBERS ATTEND
MEETING AT GRESRAM
NUM BER 23
LEGION MEMBERSHIP IS Big Vote Schedule
LARGEST IN HISTORY E” Night
ds™ at f 9 atur^
CARL DOUGLASS POST NOW Two day* m ore and the second
OVER QUOTA SE T AT THE I period of th e E astern Clackam as
News’ circulation contest will be a
FIR ST OF TH E YEAR.
thing of the past. Subscriptions are
w orth 9,000 credits up to 9 o'clock
S aturday night, and a fte r th at tim e
The previous m em bership record they will count only 6,000 votes.
of the C arl D ouglass post of the C andidates can easily see w hy it
A m erican Legion has been exceeded is to th e ir advantage to get every
and a new record establish, it was subscription possible by the closing
learned at the reg u lar m eeting of hour of this period. C andidates who
the organization M onday night, at the cannot easily g e t into tow n may mail
cldse of the m em bership drive headed th eir report, b ut in o rd er to get the
by two teum s from th e post.
present vote schedule, th e postm ark
Sylvester Law rence and F orest m ust indicate th at th eir le tte r was
Erickson headed th e m em bership mailed not la te r th an 9 o'clock.
team s, Sylvester's team nosing out Subscription extensions, however,
th e E rickson team . How ever, there will count from the period of the
is know n to be several ex-service first paym ent. If a subscriber made
men in the com m unity who are the first paym ent during th e first
pledged to join the Legion who were period, a one-year extension will
not present M onday.
count 18,000 votes.
A. II. Drews of th* high school, T here is only ten days left to win
scoutm aster, appeared before the one of the prizes. The m ajority of
post and told the m em bers w hat they the candidates are so nearly running
could do to help the scouts. A com even it is hard to say who is in the
m ittee, headed by S ylvester Law rence lead. T he e ffo rts you p u t fo rth d u r
was appointed to assist Mr. Drews ing the closing days of th e cam paign
is going to decide th e w inners of the
w ith the scout work.
He also stated th a t the sign on big prizes. T here is no tim e to lose.
th a school building, authorized by G et your frien d s busy and have them
the Legion some tim e ago, was about take subscriptions or statio nery o r
ders, and drive hom e th e Chevrolet.
’t affo rd to re st now. The
A proposition had been subm itted end You is can
and a day, or even
to the Legion to take over the m an an hour, in sight,
m ay mean the
agem ent of the E stacada baseball
of the big prize.
club of the P ortland Valley league. losing
A fter S aturday night, no m ore
A com m ittee of G. E. Parks, Lester business
tu rn ed in to the News
Tow nsend, Ed. Steinm an, Elm er A n office, but is goes
e ballot box.
derson and S ylvester Law rence was T here is no w ay to into win th except
appointed to look into the m atter and am ount of business you tu rn in.
w ere em powered to do as they de is entirely up to you. You can win It
cided best. The m em bers expressed if you are determ ined to win, and
th eir opinion as being opposed to
out a fte r th e business with a de
the organization en tering into base go
ination th a t cannot fail.
ball fo r financial reasons, b ut only
don't w ait until next week to
in th e in terest of prom oting ath let
m ake your suprem e effo rt, because
ics in th e com m unity.
m ore business next week
Both the Legion and th e A uxiliary it takes
p ut you ahead '.ban it dees this
had a large attendance and i i t ir the to
week on account of ti c declining
two organizations held th eir business vote
schedule. D on’t fail to g et ev
m eetings a jo in t social m eeting was ery subscription
or statio nery order
held, follow ed by refreshm ents served you possibly can get
by a com m ittee from the A uxiliary. line at 9 o’clock S before
The " e a ts” at th e next m eeting of M arch 10.
the Legion will be furnished by F o r
est Erickson and his team which lost
FO REST O FFIC IA LS M EET
the m em bership contest.
W hat to tell and how to tra in in
w orkers th e U nited
LOCAL AND PERSONAL experienced
S tates F orest service will em ploy
next sum m er is being discussed ut a
Mrs. A. S agner and fam ily have conference in progress a t th e district
gone to P ortland fo r a couple of offices in Portland. A m ong those in
weeks to keep house fo r h er son; attendance is R. T. C arter, assistant
Max and Irving, who are em ployed supervisor of the Mt. Hood forest.
MAN CO M PLETES
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Dowell o f Sa BORING
W ATER SU PPLY PLANT
lem visited the Jacob Moss hom e on
Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Steinm an an<’ C. L. C ham bers of B oring, Route
Mrs. L. C. T hornton w ent to P o rt 4, has ju st com pleted a w ater system
fo r his residence. W ater is brought
land Sunday to atten d a show.
to the house by a pump utid gasoline
Mrs. F orest Edm onson, who hat engine and delivered into a large
been sick w ith th e flu, is able to be tank, then to the kitchen and another
line carries the w ater to th e cattle
G uests a t the R. R. Cooke hom e lot. Mr. C ham bers has a very fine
Sunday w ere Mr. and Mrs. W ilbui young bearing orchard, one of the
H endricks and children of Portlund. finest in the district.
C a n d id a tes on th e H o n o r R oll fo r th is w e e k are
as fo llo w s :
F rid a y , M arch 2 ........................ ............ M rs. W iley H o w e ll
S a tu rd a y , M arch 3 ................. ............ M iss Irene K a a k e
M rs. J a co b M oss
M o n d ay, M arch 5 ..................
Mrs. W iley H o w ell
T u esd a y , M arch 6
M rs. R ose B a rth o lo m ew
W e d n e sd a y , M arch 7
M iss F lo ren ce K in g
T h u rsd a y , M arch 8
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M rs. J a c o b M o ss ....................
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M rs. H ild a M. B row n .
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M rs. H elen D a h ren s
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M rs. F red B arth olom ew ’
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