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April 22 to 28 Is “American Forest Week." Protect and Preserve the Forests
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ESTACADA, OREGON, FRIDAY, A PR IL 27, 1928.
IN TER ESTIN G DISPLAY BY
U. S. FO REST SERV ICE
EAGLE CREEK GRANCE
PLANS FOR MAY PICNIC
EXTRA SEATS AVAILABLE
TO W ASHOUGAL SUNDAY i
NUM BER 30
REI6UHF BLANKS NINE
SIX STORES ENTERED
The forest t-rvice display in the
The picnic com m ittee of Eagle
One of th e large stages has been |
window of the E stacada Phar
to tran sp o rt the ball players
. . . EUSER secured
macy is quite interesting. A map
to W ashougal Sunday, and there are I
showing th e location of the rang er
date has been set fo r May 19.
a few ex tra seats which may be had
by those who desire to atten d the
gam e. The round trip will cost $2
o r considerably less th an the regu lar
stage fare, and those who wish to take
advantage of this m eans of gettin g
to the ball gam e m ust get in th eir
application im m ediately.
The stage will leave here a t 11:45
and will pick up some of the m em bers
of the team in P ortland.
The privilege of stopping in P ort-
land fo r a few hours on the re tu rn
trip will be granted if those m aking
the trip desire to do so.
Make your reservation fo r the trif
a t Linn’s Inn.
G uests at G rabeel Home
Mrs. Lydia M atson-H arding of Se
a ttle visited relatives at Camp 8 a
few days last week and was the guest
of Mrs. W. H. G rabeel of E stacada
S aturday and Sunday. She was ac
com panied from Camp 8 by her
b ro th er and Sunday evening the G ra
heels drove to Portland w ith them.
The regu lar m onthly m eeting of BUT ONE HIT MADE BY BAKERS stations and the net work o f tele
phone lines is also displayed. This
the organization was held S aturday,
IN SUNDAY’S G A M E — LO
exhibit has been arrang ed by A. W.
34 m em bers being present. Mrs. M.
A rm strong, ra n g er in charge of this
G. W eatherby and Mrs. Mary R obert
CALS WIN 6 TO 0
district, in observance of N ational
son of G arfield w ere visitors. A fine ;
F orest Week.
dinner was served at noon and fo u r I
new m em bers w ere initiated. Two |
B urglars broke into six business new nam es are on th e list fo r initia- 1 E stacada won its first gam e in thc M oore in A u to A c c id e n t
John W inthrop Buser, 75 passed
j P ortland Valley league Sunday when W. G. M oore of the E stacada hotel
places in tow n Tuesday night, doing tion.
aw ay a t his hom e in th e G arfield
district A pril 20. S hort fu n eral ser
May 17 was chosen as clean-up day ¡D
! avidson’s Bakery was blanked, w ith m et with an accident M onday night
tin g away w ith a large am ount of a t the hall. T he H. E. C. w ere busy I only one hit to th eir credit. The as he was com ing from P ortland this
vices w ere held M onday afternoon in
score wa.< 6 to 0.
m erchandise and considerable cash, soliciting articles fo r th eir booth.
side of C arver w here the late slides
the Chapm an fu n eral parlors, the
Malcom R eibuhf, Legionnaire dam aged the paved road. T here was
services being conducted by Rev. C.
mound m an, pitched a w onderful hall hardly loom fo r two cars to pass and
the deed and an investigation was Hold E njoyable C ard P arty
T. Cook of the M. E. church.
e, striking out 15 myn and al hi- m et a ca r a t this p articular place.
E stacada lodge A. F. & A. M. con
but one baker to reach the Both cars w ere badly dam aged hut
card p arty T hursday evening in the j
ducted th e services at th e grave.
as to the identity o f th e guilty party. Masonic hall, sponsored by the ¡first base sack. He struck out 15 n either of the drivers w ere injured.
Q uite a large num ber of m em bers of
R eports w ere made of bearing a car N eighbors of W oodcraft. T here w ere m en and m ade one hit fo r his team
th e E astern S ta r from the local chap
tow n about three o’clock W ed ten tables and those w inning high o ff Sw artz, thc B akery tosser.
T o Give P r o g r a m
te r w ere also present. T he rem ains
nesday m orning, and two suspicious scores w ere Mrs. Jacob Moss and The E stacada team played air-tight The loeai organization of Camp
w ere laid to rest in the I. O. O. F.
looking characters w ere seen on the A. Smith. A fter lunch cards w ere : ball throughout the en tire gam e, not h ire 'iris has been invited to repeat
cem etery here.
streets Tuesday evening, b ut they again resum ed until 12 o'clock in one single erro r being charged up to tlie en tertain m en t given at the Com
Deceased was born in th e state of
them . Sw artz was hit fo r 14 safeties m unity club last m onth, a t the A m er
have not been found, and there is no steud of dancing as heretofore.
Ohio in 1852 and was m arried to
w ith M iller getting tw o tw o-base hits ican Legion an«l A uxiliary m eeting
C arrie Ingrahm in 1884. T here were
and Bronson, Raym ond Lovelace and the first M onday in Mav.
Student Visits Relatives
five children: Mrs. M argaret Cham
The Cascade garage w as probably Howard Davis, a student at the Bill F ischer each landing for one
berlain of T acom a; John M erlin, P i
the heaviest loser in the city. The Oregon S tate A gricultural college two base hit.
V isits R e la tiv e s H e re
lot Rock, O re., P aul 1., C edar Rap
n t door was broken open and the spent the week end with E stacada T hat the local team has been Don Newm an of P ortland visited
ids, Iow a; and George M. of E sta
considerably strengthened was evi E stacada relatives Tuesday.
glass in the door to the office was relatives.
cada. One d aughter died in infancy.
in this gam e. V ancouver won
His w ife, C arrie Buser, passed away
E stacada 4 to 2 and Davidson’s
won from V ancouver 4 to 2.
was locked and was broken open and
He was one of a fam ily o f ten
The Legionnaires will go to VVash-
betw een $50 and $60 in cash taken
children, th ree of whom survive:
next Sunday for the fourth
Jonas and S. S. B user of C onnerville,
league gam e. This team lost last
I The padlock on the door a t M or
Iowa, and Mrs. Bell M cCurdy of San
Sunday to the B arracks team by a
g an ’s feed store was cut, th e knob
President Calvin Coolidge has pro- brokell o ff the gafe> m aking it im .
score of 1 to 0, and it looks us if
Mr. B user entered the service of claim ed the week of A pril 22 to 28 pogsjbie for t [,e ow ner to open it, b ut
T hat the residents of this and ad this would be an easier contest for T here was a la i^ e audience in the
th e B. C. R. & N. railroad in 1889, as
erican b orest W eek and urges tb e b urgiargj failing to open the safe, jacent com m unities will respond and this team than the D avidson gam e high school auditorium T uesday eve
serving the com pany fo r a num ber all Am
ning: to attend the m onthly m eeting
citizens to give thought to j ook gome small change o ut of the co-operate in w hat they believe to be Sunday.
o f years in various positions of tru st. the protection
the P aren t-T each er association.
a w orthy cause w as exem plified fully
He was a eleventh degree Mason and th e forests.
The high school orchestra began the
also a m em ber of the E astern Star Soon the fire season wfll be here a |s(J took a large quantity of cigar-
teresting program with a selection
Fellows hall F riday evening. E ighty first gam e of the season, but w ere in
and in his younger days served as a and the selection of the m en w h o 1 etteg an(J ^ b a c « ,.
by th e invocation by Rev.
m em ber of the fam ous C uster Stai will guard the Clackam as river w a te r-; The gIagg jn the door to the office men answ ered the call o f R anger A. it looked like it would pour down the C. T. Cook.
shed is now under way. This area of j v B arr & Song garage was many miles, and th ree hours of inten rain a t any m inute.
R ecitation by P atricia Duus was en
of approxim ately 300,000 acres and broken and the cash register robbed sive training was enjoyed by all. The The next hom e gam e will be on tertain in g and Dr. Miller, health
Uncle of Mr*. Beck Dead
designated as the Collawash range:
¡¡;j 4 N othing else was missed. Th< interest was keen and Mr. A rm strong May 6, when the A rm ory nine will officer, gave a short talk. A mixed
Jam es A. Scott, uncle of Mrs. Roy district will have a skeleton protec- key
door was hanging in plain
th eir luck on the E stacada field. chorus of high school boys and girls
Beck, passed aw ay in a P ortland hos- live force of 25 lookouts, patrolm en gight on the caaing close t0 the lock believes much good was accom plished. try
e ffo rt was m ade to bring the sang a couple of selections.
E stacada, George, S pringw ater
pital Sunday m orning. Joseph Scott and guards, nnd in addition a firs ’. The Broadw ay G arage lock wa: and The Dodge
.ng by K athleen
team here Sunday but the “ M archeta ’
his nephew- of Pendleton, took charge line o f defense of about 35 train ed broken o ff the office door and some
Beck and acted out by A lta Darrow
of the rem ains and burial was at road and trail w orkers under compe- j pennieg taken, and Mr. Ames believes
Guy Fanton. A short play was
served to the men a fte r the train in g keep the gam e according to schedule. and
A thena, O regon. Mrs. Beck and hei te n t forem en.
presented entitled “ K eeping Him
m other, who arrived from C aliforni:
H om e" and proved a very en te rtain
The m en are selected from w ritten At Bob Cooke’s garage the glass
(C ontinued on page 4)
E aster day, attended the fu n eral ser applications and are required to take was broken in the door to th e office a sam ple of the grub they are likely
ing num ber on the program . The cast
not to receive when on the fire line.
vices, which w ere held Monday.
cast included Evelyn M eyers, Rhoda
a train in g course in com pass wox-k, and they reached in and unlocked the Mr. A rm strong expresses the BOYS W IN HARD FOUGHT
m ap reading and orienting, land de- door. H ere $5 or $6 in sraaU change thanks of the forest service for the
BATTLE FROM SANDY HIGH Nelson, E dith DeMoy, Olive Bishop,
M eet Maggie and Jigg*
C arl DeMoj^ and Claude Cooke. This
scriptions, fire finder readings and was taken fr0 m the cash register. The splendid attendance and the interest
A t the dinner in honor of Maggie actu al fire suppression. The incom -jsafe wag un]oeked and was not dis- taken by all attending.
The E stacada high school boys and p art of the program w as furnished
and Jiggs, to be given by th e Lad.es p eten t are weeded o ut shortly a fte r turbed
girls baseball team s m et the Sandy by the Adelphic society of the high
Aid of the M ethodist church T hursdaj th e intensive three-day train in g cam p Af the E stacada Pharm acy en
high team s F riday on the home field. school.
evening, May 3, in the I. O. O. F. hall review which is held 1n Ju n e at Oak tran ce was m ade through the back COMMUNITY CLUB TO M EET
The girls won easily by a score oi
the m any friends of Jiggs will enjo;. Grove rang er station.
T a k e n to H ospital
door by using an au g ur to m ake a. IN HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUM 17 to 4.
corned beef and cabbage with him
H ere th e men are trained in groups bole so they could reach through and
The boys’ gam e was one of the best W hile visiting w ith h er sister, Mrs.
while the few who like M aggie car u nd er a squad leader, and com petition uniock the door. Some cigars and T he Com m unity club m eeting this of the season. The score was tied G ruber, in the Logan d istrict last
not eat such robust fare will be equal betw een squads is very keen. A fter cigarettes w ere taken from a show F riday evening will be held a t the in the first of the gam e and in the Friday, M rs. H arold W ooster had an
ly provided for in the m enu provided final selection and assignm ent to a cag(J in th e fro n t of th e store and high school auditorium , owing to the eighth session the local team , with o th er attack of gallstones and was
position, the men are still required to 4 be locks w ere pried o ff the cup- fact th a t the Masonic hall has no two hits and as m any erro rs got in taken to an O regon C ity hospital for
study and qualify them selves fo r the boards in the prescription case and stage or curtain, and the W ebsterlan the w inning run, the final score being treatm en t. .She has been very ill but
V isit a t Dale Home
F rank Gill and daughter, Miss Ruth position they are best fitted and a a considerable am ount o f narcotics society of the high school will present 2 to 1.
reports now are m ore encouraging.
a short program .
Gill, of the The Dalles, visited for a constant daily check is. kept on th eir taken.
Sam W hitehead, pitching fo r the
short tim e 'a t the hom e of Wm. Dale progress.
E stacada high struck out 20 men and Visit R ela tiv e s a t Scappoose
j The screen from th e back windov.
M onday and Mrs. Dale accom panied T rail and road men are understud-1 q jj Ellis’ store wqs to rn o ff but HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS V ISIT
allowed but two hits. Scales, the Mr. and Mrs. W ilbur W ade drove
U-NEED-A BAKERY PLA N T Sandy star, struck out 16 m en and to Scappoose Sunday to visit their
them home fo r a visit w ith h er daugh ies fo r th e actual protective force | they did not en te r th c store. The
te r and fam ily fo r a few days. She and selected men in these crew s are | shoem aker heard" the m achine stop in
was hit th ree tim es. W hitehead has daughter and fam ily, retu rn in g the
will also visit h er son, Dr. Mac Dale, train ed to fill vacancies which m ay j front and tu rn ed on his light and sat T he U-Need-A B akery was visited struck o ut 36 m en in two gam es.
sam e day. They w ere accom panied
at D ufer, O regon, before returning occur a t lookout or patrol stations.
th ere and smoked fo r a tim e, which by the high school g irl’s cooking class Canby high school will be here by Mr. W ade’s fath er, W. H. H.
A netw ork ot m any miles of tel- ¡g believed frightened the burglar: T uesday m orning. Wm. W eingart F riday (this) afternoon fo r both a W ade.
showed the girls how to m ake the boys’ and girls' game.
ephone line knits the organization awuy
d ifferen t kinds of rolls and how the
into a u nit which is under the super
M arcbbank to Portland
Visit at L a w re n c e H om e
bread was w rapped. He also served JU V E N IL E GRANGE OF
R. G. M archbank drove to P o rt vision and in touch w ith the rangel
Mr. and Mrs. ( ’. B. Law rence, ac
cocoa and coffee to the class.
land M onday on a business mission, and dispatcher a t any hour of the TR IB U TA R IES OF EAGLE
panied by a friend, w ere here
CREEK CLOSED TO ANGLERS
day o r night. W hen fires occur men
from P ortland Sunday to visit fo r a
re tu rn in g the sam e day.
V isit at Moore Home
strategically located can be started
tim e at the home of Mrs. Law
H era From Tenino
A tten tio n is called to th e fa c t th at Mr. and Mrs. T. H. M orton, ac- The juvenile grangers are putting short
L. L. W ells of Tenino, W ash., was im m ediately either day or night.
parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. E.
a week end visitor at the Roy Beck T heir equipm ent and rations are the trib u taries o f E agle C reek a r e f com panied by friends, w ere in Esta- in the G arfield grange hall at 8 Law rence.
G range m em bers are urged
go w ithout delay and elapsed time- the exception of the N orthfork. Of- th e home of Mrs. M orton's m other, o’clock.
to bring cake. Punch will be fu r R e tu rn s fro m E a s te rn O re g o n
O rchestras to Ploy
nished. C hildren up to 15 will he T. Yocum retu rn ed the la tte r p art
To those who love good music, an very seldom m ore than fifteen min- put several anglers o ut last Sunday.
10c, adults 25c. Everyone of last week from a business trip to
To A ttend D istrict M eeting
evening of enjoym ent fo r all will he utes and often not m ore than five.
is invited to come nnd help raise E astern O regon, w here he lately cam e
given a t the high school Tuesday eve
funds to buy supplies for the grange. into possession of a large w heat
TH E CASCADE GARAGE bers
*^e l°cal order of Odd 1-el- —
ning by the high school orchestras. force is a task in itself as every
lows and Rebekahs will atten d th e Max Gilgan, m aster of Juvenile | ranch.
The boys and girls are expecting % pound o f m aterial is packed from
d istrict m eeting at O regon C ity Sat- grange.
D rive to C a n b y
and the trip s are often long ones the C ascade G arage, but sold to Jas “ l a y
Miss Maud Sherm an and m other,
over steep trails. ^
C losner about a year ago, has again
Mrs. Johnson Im proving
accom panied by Mr. and Mrs. G. R.
Mrs. Douglass Johnson of Hillock-
Ellis, drove to Canby Sunday to view
Skip-a-W eek club of G arfield
burn, who is in a P ortland hospital husky firefig hters ready to go at a d o s n e r will rem ain here, fo r the pres will The m eet
w here she subm itted to an operation m om ent’s notice is a big facto r in en^ at ieast.
fo r appendicitis, is now reported to
V isits H u s b a n d in P o rtla n d
be im proving. She was critically il1 size. The average citizen would be Visit« W ith Old Friend
Mrs. W. (' . M( Willi* w ent to Port-
pleased and surprised ^ a ..........................
t the great
fo r a few days.
T eachers of thc* E stacada grade land Sunday to visit Mr. McW illis at
in terest these men take in th eir work P. M arsh of Parkrose cam e to Esta- | Bg|aU, SilI T ypew riter.
and how willingly they undertake cada one day last
l<* visit his gix new Underwood typew riters school have been em ployed for next St. V incent’ hospital. He is getting
C ashier VUit* in P o rtla n d
recently been installed in the school term , as follows: Mrs. Nellie along very nicely, she reports.
Miss R uth Dillon of the E stacada strenuous trips which involve h ard W hitney. Mr. M arsh has spent E. the
com m ercjai d epartm ent of the Esta- M. G ardner, Miss Bessie A nderson.
S tate Bank, was a business visitor to
Miss Elsie Pool, Miss Bessie M. Vi*it at H a n n a h H om e
ization, no m atter how Well" trained w irtera hcre in 0 re *on fo r *om* tim<" cada high school,
P ortland Tuesday.
I H unter, .Miss Maud .Sherman, and Mr. and Mr-. A lbert H annah and
o r equipped can he a success without ^ u r n in ir to M innesota in the spring
Mrs. H om er Sai ver and children from
1 Mrs. Amy Upton.
the sym pathy and co-operation of the but has d‘"‘"’d«"d to stay the e n t,r" Go Salmon Fishing
S pend. W eek End Here
Portland visited at the- E. E. H annah
Miss M ary Alice Reed, daughter of
Mrs. Mae Reed, came up from P ort Collawash district has been particu
exception of Mrs. U pton, who takes j
land and spent the week end here.
| Miss Rhoda Beck’s place.
A prise for thc best im personation
“ No effo rt will be spared C harles W agner, cousin o f Mrs.
Mrs. Schock III
It Is rum ored th n t Miss Beck h a s ' of a comic paper ch aracter will be
Miss B etty W allace, whose home to keep this force up to your expec- Dillon, has been a truest at th e Dillor
Mrs. Clyde Schock has been very contracted to teach in th e state of one of thc features of the Jiggs and
is »t Cam p 10, was a guest of Dr. and
ill this week but is reported to be W ashington next term and th a t she Maggie dinner. G et y ou r costum e
Mrs. W. W. Rhodes over the week support,” says Mr. A rm strong, thc Chicago b ut he is now retu rn in g from im proving at this tim e.
! will have hut one pupil.
jready fo r you may be the lucky one.
G A RFIELD MAN, 75 YEARS OLD
DIES A FTER SHORT ILL-
N ESS, FRIDAY, 20TH
FIRE PROTECTION STRESSED
DURING FOREST WEEK
CASH AND M ERCHANDISE TO
AMOUNT O F SEV ERA L H UN
DRED DOLLARS LOST
FINE PROGRAM GIVEN
AT P. T. A. MEETING
FOREST SERVICE FIRE
UNITS MEET FOR TRAINING
CHOSEN FOR NEXT TERM