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Devoted to the Interests ot Eastern Clackamas County
ESTACADA, OREGON, FRIDAY, MARCH 23, 1928
HARRY LA BARRE WINS
816 PRIZE IN CONTEST
O. E. S. M E E T S
JUNIOR PLAY TO BE
________________________ NUMBER 25
CHURCHES PR EPA R IN G TO
GIVE EASTER PROGRAMS
SCOUTS HAVE PERMANENT
CAMP SITE ON .EAGLE CREF.K
Tuesday evening was the reguiai
The churches of Estacada are pre
I monthly meeting o f the Eastern Star.
| Estacada Boy Scout troop have
paring Easter programs. At the
As there were no degrees to confei
I filed their claim for a snip o f land
Methodist church the services in the
the members had more time for a
125x175 feet on Eagle Creek near
morning will-be as usual and in the
social evening. Games were played
■ the bridge at the grange hall and me
evening the Sunday school will give r O R E G O N C I T Y M A N R E S I G N S A S ! planning to build a cabin fox- their
suggestive o f the day which was cel " T H E L A U G H I N C
C U R E ’’ W ILL
CLOSE RACE FOR SECOND PLACE
program. There will be special mu
ebrated considerably during the past
use this summer.
This tract is a
SECRETARY TO GOVERNOR
sic at the preaching service at 11
EN TERTAIN A T SCHOOL
part o f a body o f land deeded to the
week— St. Patrick’s, including a po
WITH MISS KING SLIGHTLY
o ’clock. The Christian church will
tato race, which was the feature of
Portland urea o f the Boy Scouts of
TO S T A R T C AM PAIGN
IN THE LEAD
have its program in the fox-enoon.
Americu and any troop in the dis
the evening’s festivities.
trict is entitled to a permanent camp
When invited to the dining hall for
E n t er ta in . S chool T e a c h e r .
site for their very own. The tract
refreshments all marched in to the
“ The Laughing Cure” is the title
OREGON CITY, .March 22— Hal selected by the local scouts abuts on
Harry La Barre won the Chevro tune of “ He Kept His Pig in the Par
Mrs. R. H. Currin and Miss Elsie
let coach in the Eastern Clackamas lor.” On arriving there the signifi I o f the play being given by the junior Pool entertained the teachers of the E. Hoss of Oregon City has formerly the creek.
News’ circulation contest which cance of the song was explained by j class o f the Estacada high school at Estacada schools and the school announced himself as a candidate for
A. H. Drews, scoutmaster, took
ended exactly at 9 o'clock on Satur the menu. Bread sticks were piled j the auditorium this Friday evening, board and their wives at the Currin the republican nomination as secre the following named boys on a hike
day evening March 17. He won on the plates and a “ weanie” was in | starting at 8 o ’clock.
home Thursday evening. Games were tary of state, and will have his name to the site Satux-day: Howard Fifer,
The cast for the play includes played and a general good time was on the ballot in the primary election Dan Whitehead, Claude Lankins, Ed
with 24,301,400 votes, nine millior the center. Flowers, candles, and
more than the winner o f second place other decorations o f green added to j Claude Cooke, as Dr. Carey; Robert reported. Refreshments were served Muy 18. Mr. Hoss, who has been win DuBois, John Beck, Walter
manager o f the Oregon City Enter Snxith, Charles DuBois, Paul Syi'on,
in the count.
the charm o f the long white tables. j Marchbank, playing the part o f Jim- by the hostesses.
prise and later private secretary to Earl Hassell.
The votes of the other candidates The committee in charge, with Mrs. ! raie Mason; Don Day as Dr. Whit-
Governor Patterson, xesigned his
were: Miss King, 15,280,500; Miss Ruth Keith as chairman, is to be conib; Robei't Hayden, Clarke Han E m p loy ed in B ar ber Shop
Lyle Harrow. Willie Tapp, David
Irene Kaake, 15,032,000; Miss Pa complimented on its splendid enter sen; Blanche Armstrong, Laura Han
Art Smith, who had charge of the state position a short time ago in or Eshlenxan, Harold Perry, Sam White-
son; Evelyn Meyers, Gay Hanson; j Barber shop in the Masonic building der to devote his time to his candi head, Claude Coke. Fred Buell. My
mela Kenny, 12,844,900; Mrs. Hilda tainment.
Bessie Huxley, Kitty Clyde; Kath- ! for some months, is now employed in dacy, and his announcement comes ron W oodruff, Bud Sai-ver and Har
M. Brown, 12,203,050; Mrs. Rose
j leen Beck, Mary Ellen Perry; and Jack Schultz south o f the Ely store. ¡ as a x-esult of encouragement received old Bishop.
Bartholomew, 11,151,550; Mrs. Hel Give. Card Party
en Dahrens, 9,960,500; Mrs. Jacob
Among the pleasant social func j Ruth Ayers playing the pai’t of The Shultz shop is being remodeled in a state-wide survey he has been
There were 31 boys in attendance
Moss, 7,504,000; Mrs. Wiley Howell, tions reported this week is the five Norah.
and a new front >s being put in this conducting.
ai the weekly scout meeting held on
Coincident with his announcement Wednesday night o f this week and
The admission price is, for adults week.
3,790,750; George Willing, 2,404,- hundred card party given by Mr. and
as a candidate, Mr. Hoss sent in hi: the boys are becoming more enthu. i-
000; Cecil Wright, 1,410,000; Mrs. Mrs. R. H. Currin at their home Sat 135 cents; children, 15 cents.
resignation as secretary of the state astic all the while. The American
R. B. Gibson, 1,408,500; Miss Irene urday evening. St. Patrick’s day dec
Garfi el d C lu b Meeting
The Skip-a-Week i.ub at Garfield editorial association to President Legion is buying u nice flag for the
orations were in evidence arid the C O U N T R Y G E N T L E M A N B U Y S
E A G L E C R E E K L A D Y ’ S S T O R Y will meet at the home o f Mrs. Evelyn ' Robert W. Sawyer o f Bend, but will ti'oop.
The editor o f the News desires to theme was cax-ried out in the lunch
thank each and every candidate for and score cards.
Standislx and Mrs. Sam Dunlop on retain his other press association con
nections. He will formally file foi
Miss Margaret Moloney of Eagle Wednesday, Max-ch 28.
their efforts in the contest, and also
the office within the next few days.
Creek has sold a 30,000 word story
their friends who supported them so
In his statement Mr. Hoss says:
to the Coqntx-y Gentleman, which
loyally. The contest was a success
“ In announcing my candidacy foi
will be published in that magazine
from the newspaper's standpoint,
some time during the coming sum
the republican nomination as seerc-
and with only one or two exceptions
mer. Miss Moloney is receiving the
I tary o f state, 1 do so with a well
the candidates have expressed them
congratulations of her friends upon
founded conception o f the situation.
selves as being satisfied with thei,
her success. She resides about half
Since my resignation as private sec
prizes. The reports o f all the can
St. Patrick’s Day was duly oh.
a mile east o f the Eagle Creek school.
retary to Governor Patterson u few served by a party at the Methodist
didates are held at the office that
Eagle Creek Grange initiated si:
About twenty Rebekahs from Es weeks ago, 1 have been enabled to de church Friday evening under the
any one who wishes may check then, new members into the third and
Guests at S p a r k . Home
tacada attended the Rebekah district vote sufficient time to a state wide auspices o f the Ladies' Aid. Miss
over at any time.
fourth degrees at its meeting March
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Mitcheltree of convention in Parkplace Monday. A survey to convince me that there is Anna Dillon had charge of the pro
The News also wishes to express 17. The officers o f Garfield Grange
its appreciation of the officers o. put on the work in a very creditable Portland were guests at the A. E. number went for the evening session a good opportunity for my nominu gram which included Irish songs and
I Sparks home Sunday.
who could not go in the morning. The tion. Reports from every section of stories, stunts and games. Those
the Estacada bank for their co-opera- manner.
Rebekahs report a vei'y pleasant time. the state indicate a strong support who failed to give a stox-y or song
tion in keeping the bank open unt:’
The lecture hour, in charge of
Miss Vivian Gorham went to Port-
Mrs. Nellie Currin was re-elected and while every candidate for office when called upon were made to kiss
nearly midnight in order to check the Worthy Lecturer Clara Hicinbotham
votes, and the assistance of Mr. ani was very interesting. It consisted of j land Sunday afternoon and at F secretary and Mrs. Florence Gohring is prone to construe everything to the “ blarney” stone.
Mrs. Stephens and Miss Dillon ir music, singing, speeches, etc. Roll j o ’clock boarded the train for Mis was chosen as an officer. More than his own favor, 1 was willing to give
Among those who made the at
checking the reports, also to Cecil call was responded to by the mem , soula, Montuna, where she will visit two hundred delegates attended the up my position with Governor Pat tempt were G. E. Lawrence, VV. H.
O. Duke of the Sandy bank, and J bers giving their preference o f city j her parents for a couple o f weeks. convention representing lodges at terson and go into the race, confi Grabeel, Mrs. Huynxan and Mrs.
C. Moreland, who were the othex or country life.
Gladstone, Milwaukie, Clackamas. dent that I was not misreading thx Mary Smith. It is needless to suy
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members of the checking committee.
Molalla, Oregon City, Estacada and
that the oscular achievement was
Visitors numbering 21 were called
All candidates who stayed for the on for short talks, to which most ol
never accomplished by any o f the
finish will receive a cash commission them responded. The number oi
Mrs. Etta Sanderson o f Freewater, P ra ct ic e f o r Easter Progran .
Don’t forget the high school play,
Quite a number o f singers were
The program started with a short
on the business turned in.
members present at this meeting was “ The Lauging Cure,” which will be state assembly president, was pres
Olive Newkirk o f Milwaukie called to the M. E. church on Wed song service and prayer by Rev. T.
presented by the junior class at the ent.
was chosen as president for the next nesday evening to piactice some C. Cook. Miss Alta Kreshner and
li.s Kenny Thank. Friend.
school auditorium this evening.
I wish to thank my friends fox COMMUNITY CLUB PROGRAM
Bills are out announcing a dance meeting, which will be held at Mil Easter music. Miss Ruth Dillon, whe Mr. Baker saixg a duet which was ap
leir loyal and very generous support
has not been able to pay much atten preciated and called for an encore
at the Masonic hall on Saturday eve waukie.
uring the recent circulation contest
tion to music since her recent illness, and Miss Edith DeMoy gave a piano
fning, March 31, given by the Esta
A program of interest is beinf
f the Eastern Clackamas News. 1
kindly consented to again direct the selection, a violin solo by Mr. Baker
Entertain s C am p Fire Girla
cada Band orchestra.
■us very fortunate in winning th< prepared by the Boy Scouts and ! Mrs. W. J. Moore visited her son
and a vocal solo by Miss Kershner.
Mrs. W. J. Moore invited the local choir for this occasion, at least.
ourth prize, a Crosley radio set, c Camp Fire girls for the Community |T. H. Morton and wife in Portland Camp Fire girls to her home last Sat
The attendance was good and all
club meeting on Friday evening,
sal beauty and a joy forever.
seemed to enjoy the event. For re
urday afternoon to hear the radio Visit* in Eastern O r eg on
a couple o f days this week.
March 30. It is hoped there will be
Miss Florence June Reed, a student program given by the Camp Fire
Miss Bessie Anderson left.last Fri freshments, which were served in the
a large attendance.
at Oi’egon Agricultural College, has girls in the Masonic temple, Poi't- day afternoon to drive to Eastern dining hall in the basement, the com
M i.. Kaake Plea.ed
returned home to spend the spring land, who were celebrating the na Oi'egon to spend the week end. She mittee served potato chips and “ ta.”
Miss Irene Kaake asks the News to R eig n . After 12 Year.
tional bii'thweek of the organization. was accompanied by Miss Pauline
express her thanks to her friends fox
Buell and Miss Bessie Hunter.
Ben Dodson’s mother is very ill
LOCAL AND PERSONAL
their loyal support in the News con the Baker White Pine Lumber com at her home here in Estacada.
S ix ty -T h r ee A c r e T ra ct Sold
test, and states that she is well pany at Baker, Ore., for the past 12
Glenn Ely and Morris Bullard, two
Among the land sales in this vi Goe s to Milwaukie
years, has returned to his home i;
Mrs. Jacob Moss wishes to thank
pleased with the prize she won.
O. S. C. boys, are enjoying a short cinity recently was the sale o f 63
Mrs. Coonrod was here from Mil
the Garfield district where Mrs. Hunt
spring vacation with their parent«’ acres known as Gibson Park on the waukie Tuesday looking after bus all who helped her in the News sub
and his son Harold have been foi
scription contest. It is not througf
LaBarre Expre.e. Thank.
at this place.
Clackamas river, near Barton, by H. iness interests. Her daughter, Mrs.
I desire to express my sincere ap some years. The employes at the
Wallace Smith and his mother, F. Gibson, to Captain Degestadt of Wonderly, is looking after the Gem shortage of subscribers but shortage
o f votes, she says, that she did not
preciation and thanks to my friend, plant presented Mr. Hunt with a Mrs. A. ¿Smith, drove to Portland on
receive a prize. She received a per
who helped make it possible for m< beautiful gold watch as a token of Wednesday and brought home Mrs.
cent of all the money she turned in,
to win the first prize in the News their friendship during his stay Henry Beers, who has been a patient
Visit W it h W ein gar t*
Visits at Hannah Hom e
at the Good Samaritan hospital fox
Captain and Mrs. Canuto o f Port
Mrs. M. A. Berry, sister o f M'hs.
H. A. LaBARRE.
Mr. and Mrs. W. Ziderveld, Mrs.
several days, following an operation. land were in Estacada Monday call E. E. Hannah, with her daughter,
Sailor V i.it. Folk.
Mx-s. Beers is getting along very ing on Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Weingart. Miss Lura, were here from Portland Hudson and children from Portland,
Willie Pinkley, son of William
OFFICERS CAPTURE STILL
Mr. Canuto is a captain in the fire Sunday us guests at the Hanah home called at the Jacob Moss home *Sun-
Pinkley, who resides a few miles nicely.
day to visit Mrs. L. C. Thornton.
Among the guests at the J. F. Har- department.
They are connected with the navy
Thursday night of last week Depu- east of Estacada, arrived home Sat kenrider home last Sunday were Mrs.
ies Marshall and James Norris with urday to visit his father, having a William Honnegger and children and
O. E. Smith came up from Port
few days furlough. He joined the
Mr. and Mrs. Ted Reid from Port
wo deputies from Oregon City, cap-
Mr. and Mrs. Schoville, all of Mult to Portland Sunday afternoon to visit land Satuiday evening to spend the
navy about one year ago and is new
ured a large still on what is known
Mr. Grabeel’s aunt, who is quite ill week end with his family at this land visited at the home o f Mrs.
Reid’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. Perry
s the old Chase place, one and one-
Mr. and Mrs. T. Yocum, who have and then went to Oregon City to get place.
lalf miles southeast o f Barton, and
resided in the Garfield district foi the girls who attended the older girls’
Miss Enola Oakley, who resides ir*
Jso the owner, Guy Upton.
Thi Attend. Brother’. Funeral
| Spend W e e k End in P ort lan d
T. Yocum went to McMinnville
Seattle, arrived Wednesday evening
utfit included 1800 gallons o f mash
Mrs. Nellie Gardner, Miss Alta
last week where he attended the fun o f Estacada, having moved into the of the week.
to visit at the home of her sister,
i sacks of empty gallon jugs, one
Keishncr, nnd Miss Florence Ander
eral of his brother, O. C. Yocum, whe residence o f their son Lloyd, across
Mrs. Mae Reed and other relatives
ack of empty pint bottles, and 30
son spent the week end in Portland.
passed away at his home in Daytor
at this place.
rallons of the finished product. Then
Mr. and Mrs. Yocum are welcomed Portland Sunday to visit with his par
Miss Lola Moore returned from
,as also 230 barrels o f gas, 5 tanks
to the city.
i E n j o y Picn ic Dinner
Corvallis Wednesday evening where
,nd everything that goes with a still,
Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Ely and the
she is attending (). A. C.
’ he owner was indicted by the Clack- P.x T. A. Meeting March 27
' latter’s father. Mr. Wade, were in-
The monthly P. T. Ax meeting
Herman List, accompanied by Port
imas county grand jury in Oregon
I vited to the Wilbur Wade home in
land friends visited Gleneden Beach
llty last Saturday. It is said thal
at the grade school building. Misr
for a few days this week.
his is the third offense o f Upson.
■ sitting around until about two o ’clock
Pool’s classes will put on the enter
the guests began to think the dinner
W O R K T O S T A R T SOON
Mr.. Lawrence III
J proposition was a joke, as there
ON N E W F O R E S T R O A D
Mrs. G. E. Lawrence is reporte«'
on the sick list and is confined to Visit With the La Barres
I ations for the meal although the la-
Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Morgan, Ruhl
’ dies were busying themselves in the
Forest Supervisor T. H. Sherrard
Morgan and Mrs. Susan Cervay ot
kitchen. Finally the door to the large of Portland, Fire Chief R. Thomas
Portland were Sunday visitors of Mr.
New Car. Delivered
sitting room was thrown open and Curter, Assistant District Forrester
Among those in Estacada
who and Mrs. H. A. La Barre.
there on the floor was spread a most Flynn and the local forester, A. W.
have recently purchased new cars are
, tempting repapt, all in picnic style. Armstrong are going up into the
W. H. Holder and Wallace Smith. MAKES CLEAR ICE FROM
Branches of evergreen trees were mountains Monday to make the pre
MUDDY WATER, CLAIMED
Mr. Holder purchased a Chevrolet
used as decoration., and the place liminary survey for the new proposed
from the Cascade «Motor company.
surely resembled a picnic spread in | road into the forest which will con
The Estacada Meat company has
nect with the Garfield road.
i.it. Folk. Here
The forest service now has an ap-
Waldo DeMoy came out from Port-
Ted Ahlherg has returned from the 1 propriation o f $30,000 which is to be
nd Sunday to visit homefolks. He water while it is being frozen into
Portland hospital but has to make expended this year and work will be
employed in a bank in Portland. ice. On account o f the condition of
trips to Portland almost every day to started as soon as the road is located.
j the water at times after a heavy
have his arm taken care of.
I This appropriation is hut a small part
j rain, the ice heretofore would have
,kes Visit* Here
j o f the amount that will he necessary
Guy Dykes, proprietor o f the mo- 1 lumps o f mud collected in it occasion-
A little son was born to Mr. am to complete the road building pro
r stage between here and Portland I ally. The new machinery makes it
Mrs. J eff Barr on Saturday, Marci. gram in this section o f the national
id the school but, was an EtUcad: | possible to freeze clear ice from
17, at their home in Estacada.
1 muddy water.
FOR SECRETARY RESTATE
CHURCH SCENE OE ST.
ESTACADA REBEKAHS GO
TO DISTRICT CONVENTION
VISIT E. C. GRANGE
LOCAL AND PERSONAL
Let Us Build This Com
munity Upon Good Will
Communities built upon a foundation of good
will toward all, a sincere effort toward honest deal
ing with our fellow men, are the communities that
will endure long after others founded upon a less
liberal application of the golden rule have passed
It is the earnest wish of every true member of
this community that it shall grow and prosper. Each
one is anxious and willing to do his share toward
promoting this growth. Each may do his share by
doing each day his daily task in the best way he
Confidence in our home institutions, in our
neighbors, and a pride in our local developments
of both private and public nature will make for the
progress and growth of this community.
PATRICK'S DAY PARTY