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April 2 2 to 2 8 Is “American Forest Week.' Protect and Preserve t h e
F o re s ts
tEastrnt (Clarkamas Dinas
ESTACADA, OREGON, FRIDAY, APRIL 20, 1928
V O L U M E X X II
Take n to Hospital
| Daughter Born to Mr». Lawrence
Ball Player Arrive»
The stork paid a visit to this local
| James Scott who arrived in Esta-
A new member of the Estacada
ity Tuesday leaving a pretty 7 1-2
cada Easter Sunday from California,
baseball team arrived in Estacada i
pound daughter at the home of Mr.
accompanied by his mother, was tak
Thursday evening, April 12, and has .1
and Mrs. S. E. Lawrence.
en to the Good Samaritan hospital
taken up headquarters at the home |
12 1-2 year old Louise, the other
I Monday. He has been in poor health
o f Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Lovelace, j
daughter, is very much pleased and
Ilor so,ne time. He is Mrs. Roy Beck’s
There seems to be considerable con
SIXTY-EIGHT CORRESPONDENTS troversy in regard to the selection NATIONAL FOREST WEEK TO | thinks the new sister is the n icest! ESTACADA LOSES SECOND OF
doll she ever had.
o f a name for the nice little fellow,
SERIES IN FAST GAME
BE OBSERVED WEEK OF
| Leaves for the East
FOR ALL COUNTY PAPERS
whether it shall be Ty Cobb or Babe
Miss B ate» H om e
Mrs. Holla Rebn, who has been liv-
APRIL 22 TO 28
Miss Edna Bates came home from
j ing at the ( ulver home for some time
Mor.mouth to spend the week end
since she sold her home place, left
Plant Sale a Success
with her mother and sisters. Two
Monday for the East to make her
The Garden club’s plant sale Sat-
B y A . W . A rm stro n g , D istrict R a n g er young lady college friends arrived
Correspondents and editors repre urday was a success, the
sP°iled the bal1 home among relatives.
senting every newspaper in Clacka in charge selling more than $10 worth
April 22 to 28 has been designated Saturday evening and visited with Kame for Estacada when the Sher
mas county, held an all-day confer o f plants and shrubs. At the silver by President Coolidge as American her until Sunday evening.
met thc Le* ionnaires on Here from Antelope
the local field Sunday afternoon.
ence at the chamber o f commerce tea he’ d at the Gohring home Mon- Forest Week, and he urges all good
Mrs. Roy \\ ilcox is here from Ante-
rooms in Oregon City Saturday. The day afternoon under the auspices o f citizens to take an active part in its R e tu r n . F rom M issoula
In the Ve,Y fir8t inn in»? tb<?
lope. Ore., visiting with relatives and
registration showed that 68 were in the Garden club, there were quite a observance. A review o f our forest
Miss Vivian Gorham return from K°‘ a b*‘ and a run' " kile in the friends. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Forman
a month visit at the home of her par other half of the session Estacada returned to Estacada from that place
number present and six new mem- situation is timely,
got two hits and two runs. The Thursday.
The newswriters were welcomed to bers were added to the club roll.
Our forests are our country’s ents in Missoula, Mont., Friday eve
Sherwood nine was able to repeut
the city by E. E. Brodie o f the Morn
------------------------- 1 greatest potential wealth, und in no
this performance up until the star Leaves for Honolulu
ing Enterprise, followed by short Rebekahs Elect Delegates
other country, with the possible C X -
pitcher went into the box, but Es
talks by each o f the editors on topics
L. C. Thornton will leave San
At a recent meeting o f Centenial ception o f China, have they been so she left home.
tacada could not connect with thc Francisco today for Honolulu. Mrs.
assigned hy C. J. McIntosh o f the Rebekah lodge delegates were elect- badly abused and neglected.
pill for safeties.
Oregon Agricultural college, who ed to the grand lodge, which will be time has come when, unless we ex- Visit at J. C. Duu» Home
1 hornton will remain with her mother
sponsored the meeting.
Mrs. N. M. Kirchem and two Reibuhf Stars for Estacada
Mis. I. i . Moi.s, until he returns, on
held in Roseburg May 22. They are haust this bank of health and wealth.
Prof. McIntosh outlined a corre Mrs. Louise Linn, Mrs. Nellie Hay- we must sweep this country with daughters Elam and Mabel came up
spondence course for correspondents man and Mrs. Amy Ely. The lodge personal and patriotic appeal, that from Oregon City Sunday to visit at each man on the team and one run
for which a large number o f the recommended Mrs. Linn for district will convert our people to a policy o f the home o f Mrs. Kirchem’s parents less, when he was relieved in the Visit at Moss Homo
sixth frame by Reibuhf, with one out
reporters signed. The students will deputy president.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Duus.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack O’ Brien o f Van
intelligent forest handling.
and two men on bases. At this point couver called at the Jacob Moss home
receive twelve lessons, at a total cost
While the prevention o f fires in
Reibuhf convinced the Sherwood one day this week.
o f $1.
our forests is, and probably always
roughnecks that they knew little of
At 12:30 the correspondents were
will be, our greatest objective, we
taken to a theatre where a newspa
must also consider forest conserva
In the last three and one-third
per in the making was shown on the
tion in connection with wood in our
innings of the game eleven of Sher-
screen. The picture showed all the
homes, paper for our books and per-
J wood’s batters faced Reibuhf, and
steps in producing a modern daily
I iodicals, water for our cities, farms
eight of these struck out. Not even
und factories, wild life for our states,
Earl Hassel and Sam Whitehead | a single was made o ff the star
The writers were guests o f the edi
“ Tiddledywinks Quality Girl, the i ou^ oor recreation for all our people
tors at luncheon and following this champion four-year-old Jersey cow i and a better country for our chil- won the two first prizes in the bird j southpaw.
house building contest sponsored by Sid Miller Gets Homer
John Bullard, 73, died in Salem
moving pictures were made o f th< o f the world, owned and bred by Mrs. : ,jren_
Sid Miller, playing third sack for I’ riday morning and the remains were
group around the champion Jersey Florence Gule-Neal of Route 4, Ore-1 When th(1 Pilfrrim Fathers first set A. H. Drews, for the local troop of
cow Quality Girl, and o f the editors gon City, was on exhibition in the - f 0Ot on this continent they were en- Boy Scouts. Second places went to thc home team, hit a good one over brought here where funeral services
on the courthouse lawn and later in county capital city Saturday. The 1 dowcd with the most magnificent for- Walter Smith and Dan Whitehead. left field fence in the first inning, were held Saturday afternoon at 2
the Enterprise office.
famous cow was invited to Oregon egts o f sof tWood the world has ever The contest closed Wednesday eve with one on. The one score was o ’clock .under the direction o f L. A.
In the afternoon session Prof. Mc City by the chamber o f commerce produced. More than any one other ning and the houses built by the made in the sixth inning when Ar ( hapman, mortician. A short service
boys will be on display at the S. & nold Lovelace singled, Miller flied was held at the grave. Rev. C. T.
Intosh gave further instructions in and the business men’s association.
thing they have contributed to our
out to center, and Ray Lovelace hit Cook, officiating. Interment was in
news writing and signed up the cor
Quulity Girl made the record p ro -'j great progress and material well be- S. Hardware store until Saturday.
The prizes were donated by Dinty out a long one for a single.
the Wade burial lots o f the Odd Fel
respondents for the course. Harold duction o f 12,844 pounds o f milk I ing
Without them it is
Bill Fischer, who is rated as one lows’ cemetery at Kstacada.
Hunt, Northwest editor o f the Ore with about 1100 pounds o f butterfat. ¡d]e
suppose we could ever, in the Moore, Mr. Baker and Mr. Drews.
The scoutmaster is taking a course o f the best catchers on the coast,
gon Journal addressed the conference This amount was produced over a 305 very short time in which it has been
Mr. Lullard was born in Brown
day test. It is the plan o f the owner accomplished, have reached our pres in advanced scoutmaster training, at having played with the Beavers last county, 111., and when he was about
A dozen or more correspondent: to dry her up and at a later date ent leading position in all the indus Portland, which training has been year, was up to his usual gate but 12 years old he crossed the plains
seemed to be unlucky in placing his with his parents, locating near Esta-
provided by the Portland council.
for the News was present.
put her on a twelve-month test to tries.
A hike was held Saturday, the fol- long drives. He made hut one hit cada. lie was ur« • urried ar. j is sur-
try for the record production fv,r Jer
Great industrial plants have beer1
seys o f all ages.
1 completed, thousands o f miles o f rail- lowing named boys, with the assist - 1 in the game, a two-bagger. fh.s wa v..k d by two brothvr», B. O. Bullard
J. V. BARR & SONS RECEIVE
This cow, which is one o f the h erd!roadg j-ave been built, thousands of ant scoutmaster, Mr. Baker, making his first game with the team, and o f Estacada and W. M. Bullard of
LATEST MODEL STAR CAR
everyone is expecting a different Onalaska, W ash., also one sister, Mrs.
owned and maintained by the Tiddle- horsepower have been harnessed, and the trip to Camp Millard:
John Beck, Harold Bishop, David story next Sunday after the exper S. E. Sellman, Whitebird, Idaho.
J. V. Barr & Sons are tins week dywinks farm, is the offspring of a ’ ¿he rural communities have prospered
Eshleman, Earl Hassell, Lloyd Kaake ience of this game, and a better op
exhibiting one o f the new St ir Cab fine line o f Jerseys. Four genera-'to such an extent that the American
Lankins, Ivan Saunders, Wal portunity o f perfecting the club or
CARD OF THANKS
riolet coupes. This firm has recently tions back Mrs. Neal purchased an f armer ¡s the best housed farmer in
ter Smith, Paul Syron, Claude Cooke. ganization.
become the Star-Durant dealers for animal from a herd o f stock that tj,e world today. It is just the be-
The attendance Sunday was not up
William Leeman, James Chaney and
Tor the kindness and assistance
this territory and have had difficulty had been imported from the Isle of ginnjng.
friend» in our late bereavement
There are still great industries to
in getting a late model car for dis Jersey. Quality Girl is four genera-
hut was considerably greater than and for the floral offerings, we wish
tion removed in direct line from the be built, still thousands o f horse-
P E R S O N A L | wag expected on account o f the con to express our sincere thanks. B. O.
Sbe is u beautiful power to be harnessed and thousands L O C A L A N D
They will be glad to demonstrate imported cow.
dition o f the weather. It was be Bullard, W. M. Bullard and Mrs. S.
the model they now have, and invite
Julius Kraeger has been ill and lieved that the game would have to E. Bellman.
Communities such as this are in their
you to look it over at any time.
be called o ff on account o f rain u[
infancy as far as industrial enter confined to his home this week.
to within a few minutes o f the start CLEANUP DAY AT THE
prise is concerned.
Who can say
STORM LEAVES SCHOOLS
Eastern Star Order Meets
LOCAL METHODIST CHURCH
Bridge club and a luncheon Friday ing time.
IN DARKNESS FOR TIME what the protection and perpetua
There were 40 members and seven
The crowds at Kstacada have ex
tion o f the immense nody o f merch afternoon.
visitors present at the Eastern Star
Rev. C. T. Cook announced Sunday
Mrs. J. J. Adkin, daughter o f Mr ceeded those attending any other
During the severe rain and eectric antable timber lying at your very dooi
meeting Tuesday night in the Ma
and Mrs. J. E. Deardorff, arrived game in the league, the revenue here that Tuesday would he cleanup day
sonic hall. Mrs. Lena Shibley was storm in this vicinity Monday after
from Sublimity, Oregon, the first of being $2 in excess of that at Hills at the church. About a dozen o f the
surrounding rural country?
taken through the several degrees of noon, both the grade and high schools
faithful few put in an appearance
week, to visit her parents for boro for the two games played.
No one can doubt that the nation’s
the order, after which all repaired to were in darkness for a time owing
Davidson’s Bakery will meet the and gave the interior a thorough
the banquet hall and enjoyed a lunch to the electric lights going off. The
Mrs. Harold Wooster was moved Legionnaires here next Sunday after- cleaning, which all those who worship
our Northwest and that it is only c
and social hour. The visitors present trouble was in the Faraday powei
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there will appreciate. Cleanliness in
the home o f Mr. and Mrs. S. E
question o f a few years until most
were Mr. and Mrs. N. O. Eri, Mr. and plant.
this case is next to Godliness.
of the softwood using industries will Wooster Thursday, to the home of
Mrs. C. N. Henson and Mr. and Mrs
It was the Intention o f the workers
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Haas Tra
C. G. McIntyre from Mountainview LADIES AID ENTERTAINS
to clean up the yard in front o f the
YOUNG MARRIED WOMEN This in itself should be inducement
chapter, Sandy, and Miss Bessie
church, hut on account o f the con
enough to the present generation to reported to be getting along quite
Hunter from Estacada. The refresh
tinued downpour o f rain, this part o f
satisfactorily from an attack o f gal!
The Ladies Aid o f the Methodist i Protect our f ° r**t*-
ment committee consisted o f Mrs.
the cleanup program was abandoned,
Kitching and Mrs. Grace Leihammer church entertained the young married I The injury which results from the
although a few improvements were
Mr. and Mrs. Will Kreager from
Rose Bartholomew, Mrs. Marjorie ladies o f the community, at the destruction o f forests by fire and de-
George Dart, who has been living made. Those who responded to the
Cooke, Mrs. Elva Ahlberg, Mrs. Evr church on Wednesday afternoon. A »tructive methods of logging are a
on the C. Krigbaum farm in the Gar tail brought lunch baskets and en
large number responded to the invi- ™ ‘ ter o f history in other and older o f Mrs. Kreager’s bother, Julius, o f
field district, died suddenly Wednes joyed the social part as well.
tation and they were entertained countries.
A cheap and plentiful
C a rte rs R etu rn
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Linn visited day afternoon, April 18.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Carter and with a short program of vocal and 8aPP>T o i timber ig v" y ),r"Portant’ relatives here Saturday and Sunday.
He had not complained o f being
ca8e* •» ab*°lute "eces-
children have returned from Portland instrumental music and readings <*"d >"
ill but a short time, and a doctor was
to communities. A forest cover
where they spent the winter and are The refreshments served were ice
called but he passed away before the
Lumber company o f Springdale.
now at their home near Log LaBarre. cream and angel food cake. The au- is <be m° rt effect,ve. means of reg-
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Linn were bus doctor arrived.
Their son Allen has resumed his
He was 53 years old and was on
ranged and decorated for the event. I »‘ reams for irrigation power and iness visitors in Portland Monday.
school work here.
old resident o f Oregon, having been
The Object of the meeting was to get other purposes, and the future o f the
Western livestock industry is depen- son o f Portland were guests o f Mr born here. Besides his wife, a son,
Davidson’s Bakery nine o f Portland
the young married women to take a
Roots Visits Estacada
dent upon the forest range for its and Mrs. G. E. Lawrence Sunday. Kenneth Dart, survives,
are thi* opponents for the Estacada
T. A. Roots o f Clackamas, repub
Mr. Sherman is Mr. Lawrence’s mother and a sister, who reside at
Legionnaires Sunday afternoon at
o f the churches and to get better ae- ' el_y existence.
lican candidate for county commis
There is a vast public and private nephew.
2:30. Davidson* won thc? two games
sioner, was in Estacada Wednesday.
Hon Newman visited his aunt, Mrs
loss annually from forest fires, and
played since the. opening o f the leage,
Mr. Roots served as roadmaster for
at the same time, a rapidly growing Maude Sturgeon, one day last week the Christian church here at 10 defeating Wnshougal 17 to 10 and
Clackamas county four years and is
population creates an increased de-
winning last Sunday in a good game.
II. E. Worden spent the week end be buried in the family buryint
Pa»t Matron» Meet
mand for timber. A nation without
YY'ith the changes being made in
The monthly Past Matron s meet- tJlnhw , , ¡n thp pogitjon ()f China, in Portland with relatives.
ground at Molalla.
the local lineup, the fellows are very
E x p e c t M aggie and Jiggs
confident o f winning Sunday. Hard
The Ladies Aid of the M. E. church the home o f Mrs. C. A. Norris. Those once forested and flourishing; today drith o f Portland were guests at the Campfire Girlt Meet
Miss Anderson and her Campfire luck will not last always.
are expecting a visit in about two present were Mrs. C. S. Womer, Mrs. deforested, desolate deserts, stricker Win. Weingart home Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Newman, Mrs. girls held a ceremonial fheeting on
weeks from Maggie and Jiggs, at Mae Reed, Mrs. Ray Keit!\ Mrs. L. with famine and suffering— in short
which time plenty o f corn beef and A. Townsend, Mrs. A. Smith, Miss dependent upon other nations for H. Danlell* and Mis* Laura England I Wednesday after school at the Bates P n r c n t - T e a c h e r s M e e t i n i ?
Maud Sturgeon, Mis. Abbie Arm their supply o f forest products, and all o f Portland were guests at the i home. Six o f the girls were given
The monthly meeting o f the I'ar-
cabbage will be served.
strong and the hostess. The ladier demlate for want of forest cover un. Sturgeon home Sunday.
[the rank o f wood gatherers and oth- | ent-Teacher.s association will he held
report a delightful social time which wisely and wantonly wasted.
;ers received honor beads. The wood j at the high school auditorium Tues
Visit at Roy Beck Home
gatherers are Neva Lemon, Lois Bate day evening at M o ’clock. The prin
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Scott, daughtei was concluded with light refresh
You may think this is overdrawn, H cr. to See Bell Game
and son, from Athena, Oregon, spent ments.
but we know that in 15 years the
Max Sagner, Curt Sagner and Al i Margaret Nordland, Carol Yocum cip a l address will he given by Dr.
the week end at the home o f Mr.
• lav. rage consumer o f lumber will feel vin Sagner came out from Portland Glen Cary and Louise Armstrong. At Miller, county health officer. Musi-
Scott’s sister, Mrs. Roy Beck.
CARD OF THANKS
the pinch o f timber shortage, and Sunday to see the ball game and to the conclusion of the meeting, Mrs I cal numbei and a program by the
Adelphic society o f the high school
Bates served refreshments.
To the many friends of this vi- that within forty years at our present see their friend, Bill Fischer, play.
will be given.
C an d id ate fo r C om m ission er
cinity who so generously came to our rate o f devastation, we will be de
H. F. Gibson, merchant at Barton, aid after losing our home by fire sev- pendent upon other countries for our | each week to provided the news print Attend. Minister»’ Meeting
has filed as a candidate for the repub eral days ago, we take this means o f supply, we may well pause and con poser for our Sunday editions alone,
Rev. C. T. Cook attended the Meth-
Miss Olive Bishop won honorable
lican nomination for the office of expressing our sincere thanks, Mr older the consequences
The timber and Canada is now supplying us frith odist ministers' meeting in Portland mention in the state-wide new* run-
and Mrs. Charles Duncan.
from 7500 acres o f land is required
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test held by a society at O. A. C.
NATIONAL FORESTS AND
COUNTY NEWS WRITERS
MEET IN OREGON CITY
OUI 8T0 3 VICTORY
EARL HASSELL AND SAM
WHITEHEAD WIN PRIZES
CHAMPION COW ON
EXHIBITION AT CAPITAL
SERVICES HELD HERE
FOR JOHN BOLLARD
DART DIES SUDDENLY
AT HIS GARFIELD HOME
DAVIDSON'S BAK ER Y
HERE SUNDAY P. M .