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About Eastern Clackamas news. (Estacada, Or.) 1916-1928 | View Entire Issue (April 27, 1928)
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profitable. The old Cameron-Hogg
logging is stocked with large flocks,
but the Boring section runs the larg
est number. Around thirty thousand
head are brought from Eastern Ore
gon to graze on the slopes tributary
to Mt. Hood in the summer.
SANDY L O C A L S
M ilS. J. M. C M I L L E R
Sandy, O r eg on
Entertain W o m e n ’ s Club
HiGH SCHOOL IL L S
Three genial hostesses. Mrs. Ray
Dr. and Mrs. O. F. Botkins who mond Murray, Mrs. C. 0. Duke and
It is reported if the weather is fa
spent the winter in the city, have re Mrs. P. T. Shelley, rented the grange
vorable that the Loop highway will be
turned to their home at Cherryville.
treated to a re-covering o f an inch or
hall Thursduy ni;;lq for the entertain
Clarence Eri and John llempe,
Mr. and Mrs. Oren Ganger and son ment o f the Women’s club and a
two o f gasco followed by squee-gee
Bobby were dinner guests at the number o f invited guests including chefs for the party of 2s camping
from the county line to Sandy. It is
up the mountains last weekend to re
said this will make the road hold up
Between one hundred and fifty and home o f Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Dixon of | the “ better halves.” About forty-five
instruction in forest fire pre
in fine shape. The work is supposed L O D G E S A N D G R A N G E T O
were present. Honors in curds were
I one hundred and seventy-five attend
Miss Helen Scott went to the city bestowed upon Mis. Rayumn K. Smith vention, etc., hail their picture taken
to start early in May.
U N I T E IN S O C I A L E V E N T S ed the district Sunday school conven
in white caps and apron*. Clarence
tion ut Cottrell Sunday. Miss Helen first o f the week to work. She was and A. C. Buumback. Delicious cakes,
The Boring Rebekah and Odd Fel Stone o f Portlund presided. The a week end guest o f Mr. and Mrs. coffee and sandwiches were served looks like a typical chef, and John
The practice for the track meet on low lodges and the Damascus grange
like a first class “ cookie.”
I morning program: Devotional, led by Ray Griffin before leaving.
May 4 is under way in the local dis
The double header at Estacada was
Mr. and Mrs. Caspar Junker en-
have arranged to unite the first Fri Rev. Nordell, Hailey Baptist church;
tricts and it is hoped “ Jupe ’ will havi
lest to Sandy L i ¡day. The boy’s
day night o f each month in a social j song, Cottrell choir; address, Rev. O. jtertained Mr. and Mrs. Henry Junker
a heart, as this is the big out-door meeting at the I. O. O. F. hall. A t
score was 2 to 1, a nine inning game.
J. Gill, whose address covered six and little Clifford Saturday night and R epairin g D a m a g e d B ee House
event of the year. It is a get-to-geth tractive social times have been held
Mortegan Petricivic, who built a It was a pitcher's duel. Sandy girls
| stages o f education in the develop I Sunday. "Heinie,” who drives for the
er for parents, pupils, friends and ev by the Boring lodges for some time.
lost 1U to 10, and was our first girls’
ment o f youth. A basket dinner was Davidson Bakery, played with the bee house 800 feet long on his farm
The basket lunch to
between Kelso ami Orient this spring game. I’arkrose plays at Sandy on
latter team at Estacada Sunday.
held at noon.
served in the gym at the high school Mrs. Miller E ntertain s Guests
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Paschall, well is now busy re-building the same, as April 27.
In the afternoon Rev. Johnson o f
is also an important event o f the day.
Commencement exxercises will be
Mrs. J. M. C. Miller entertained Pleasant Home Baptist church, sang I known residents 6 f Greenwood dis the wind of a week or so ago ripped
Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Burns of a solo, address and round table talk trict, are delighted with the “ present” o ff the roofing, causing much dam held on the night o f May 18. This is
With two republicans and two dem Newberg for the day. Mrs. Burns is on the daily vacation Bible school I o f a fine baby daughter which the age. This is one o f the worst sea also the day the primaries are held,
and those on the election boards will
ocrats running for the nomination foi a distant cousin o f Mrs. Miller. Miss work, Mi's. J. J. Hundsaker; song, stork left for them at the Bushong sons ever for bees, and Mr. Petri
not likely get through in time to at
Drusilla Miller, R. W. Mailery, and male quartet, Pleasant Home M. E. maternity homo April 19. The little civic is hit doubly hard.
sheriff, local business men predict
tend, and the candidates will be too
one is named Violet Millie. This is
Percy Shelley of Sandy will get the Mrs. S. R. Harper were also present church; election o f officers. *
anxious to leave before the count is
nomination “ easy.”
A number of at dinner.
Rev. Johnson, ex-pastor o f Hailey the Paschall's first child.
Drusilla Miller was out from the
county papers are said to be ready
I church, was chosen president; H. H.
A large crowd filled the auditorium
to come out for Shelley, also a num Visit Will Bell H o m e
| Watkins, vice president; Herman Wal- city to spend the week end with her
night, the occasion being the
) ters, secretary and treasurer. Pleas-
ber o f prominent Oregon City bus
appearance o f “ Cyclone
Mrs. Helen Dahrens is pleased that
iness men. On the other hand, Ran and Mrs. Walter Douglass, Mr. and ane Home M. E. church will enter
comedy given by the junior class of
dall, republican, will draw the grange- Mrs. Doc Hanna, Mrs. Linnie Gibson tain the next convention, October 28. her cow, which was down several
the high school. The play was well
A number o f Sandy community weeks ago, has freshened, is as well
vote, and Sheriff Mass has his fol were visitors at the home o f Mr. and
Lena Frances Buell, 46, wife of W. done, and Miss Edith Shell, director,
lowing. Dutton, not so well known Mrs. Will Bell Sunday. Mrs. Viola Sunday school attended the conven as ever, and is giving a large quan
E. Buell, passed away Sunday at the deserves appreciation for her hard
appears to be making some progress Denning was also present.
tion at Cottrell Sunday, although tity o f milk.
Mr. and Mrs. Web. McGinnis will Buell home on the Bluff road. De work. The cast included Stanley Ba
in the campaign. Shelley will un
Sandy is not a member of the district.
The Mission church school was una move into their handsome new home ceased had been afflicted four years con, Milton Suckow, James Watkins,
doubtedly pull a larger vote than he Not to Hold Clinic
Sandy Women’s club decided not ble to attend because o f another en ¡about May 1. Mrs. Goldsmith, sister- with carcinoma. Only a week or two Henry Weisenfluh, Mildred Barnett,
did two years ago.
to call a pre-school child clinic after gagement.
! in-law o f Mrs. McGinnis, plans to ago she attended the Kelso club meet Ellen Hall, Letha Child, Violet De-
Shazer, and Kathryn Frost. Musical
reports from all local districts showed
return to California when the McGin ing.
It was sheep shearing time rocentlj I there will be very few sixth graders
nis family get settled in their new
Although living here only one year, numbers were given by George and
for the Dixon-Howitt flock. Close to ! entering the various schools this com Postage Rate to Canada
she made friends and was well liked. Dorothy Bruns, piano, violin ami pi
The local postmaster advises the
one hundred sheep are being run on ing fall.
The Fenska family which has been Surviving are her husband and a sis ano, Francois Burrell; songs Ruth
public that the rate for post cards to living at the Krebs wood camp has ter at Dallas. Texas. Last rites were Barnett. Around $70 was cleared.
the logged o ff land at Cherryville. A
Canada is two cents whether they be moved on the Wortman place, form
shipment o f lambs was made at Eas Brightwood Teacher Re-Elected
held at Metzger mortuary parlors in
ter time. The sheep industry is grow
Miss Dorothy Nelson has been re government postals or not. The par erly owned by A. Jabs.
Gresham Wednesday, with concluding Sandy News c o n t in u e d on last p ag e
ing in this section; farmers are be elected to teach at Brightwood, and cels post rate to Canada is 14 cents
Carl Sharnke has been painting the rites at the crematorium at Lincoln
ginning to keep a few head but more probably will attend state normal this per pound, or fraction thereof, up to Bob Smith garage whenever the park.
Letter postage is the weather permitted him to wield the
are needed to make the waste land summer.
same as in the United States.
To G r o w C u c u m ber s
Asks f o r Water Permit
The Ernest Fischer and Pete Swan
The Newman family, new owners» There will be held on the premises
Moritz Peterson o f Cherryville has children were found to be negative
o f the John Meyer farm, have taken o f Clackamas County Bank at public
filed for a water permit with the state in the diphtheria test and were al
possession and expect to raise cucum auction,
engineer for use o f 3.4 cubic feet o f lowed to return to school Monday.
A P R I L 28
bers this season for marketing. There
water per second from Badger creek,
Tommy Dunn, who has been so is u water wheel on the place, and the personal property o f R. N. Van
for domestic purposes, power and Ir- very ill was reported as slightly better
fertilizer, and with plenty of muscle jdc Bogart. Sale begins at 1 :.*>() sharp.
Distance is no question with us. Our
I rigation o f three acres. Peterson ex- a few days ago.
used, Newman expects to build up Good Range, Davenport, Chairs,
equipment is at your service day or
. pects to spend $500 in building a
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Kubitza en the farm and also make it pay.
Dishes, Trunks, Cooking Utensils
| flume 1-16 mile long and a plank and tertained Mrs. Hein, Mr. and Mrs.
! Many other things too numerous to
! flash dam is to be used. Peterson is Purse (Edith Hein) Sunday, and at
(the new owner o f the Cherryville ho night Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sharnke New Fam ily at C herryville
A new family has moved in the Terms may be arranged with clerk.
tel and has his new sign, “ The Old and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bittner spent
Cherryville district with three chil A N T O N M A L A R
F. L. P R O C T O R
Clipper Inn,” in place.
the evening at the Kubitza home.
dren who have entered school.
A u c t io n e e r
Carl Sharnke is working this week
Mr. and Mrs. Malar Entertain
at Creightons who are completing
Mr. and Mrs. Anton Malar were their elegant residence and will soon
hosts at a small party Thursday night occupy the same. Charles Sharnke is '
all of whom were almost “ foundered” finishing painting the interior o f the
on the immense quantity o f home McGinnis residence.
The old Barnes place, opposite tht
made ice cream of unusual quality
F IL L IN G S T A T IO N
which was served, also on wonderful H. H. Watkins farm, is now occupied
We specialize in remedying automobile ills. No
/ cake,, coffee and home made raisin by Mr. and Mrs. Tomlinson who
matter what ailment your automobile may be suffer
bread. The Malars recently pur moved from St. Helens. Mr. Tom
ing from, we can give it a
chased a piano and music was a fea linson is master mechanic at the head
Manufacturers and Dealers in
ture, also games were enjoyed. Miss works.
Clean Bill of Health
Mrs. C. W. Bruce and Mrs. Dick
Dorothy Jonsrud presided ut the pi
ROUGH AND DRESSED FIR AND CEDAR
ano. Present besides the hosts were Bruce went to the city Monday after
An auto that is in good condition is a good invest
Mr. and Mrs. R. Jonsrud, Miss Jons noon on a shopping and business trip
Let us examine your car and price your job.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Jonsrud en-1
rud, Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Henson, Miss
ORDERS FILLED ON SHORT NOTICE
Velma Henson, Mrs. J. M. C. Miller, tertained Sunday afternoon and for
Our Rates Are Reasonable
Mr. and Mrs. E. Morirs o f Portland, r "ip e r Mr. and Mrs. Lindell o f Port
Mr. Barku9, Annabel and Merlin Ma land and R. W. Mailery.
We Deliver anywhere
Mrs. Fred J. Hicks, wife o f the
lar and Philip Jonsrud.
proprietor o f Cedarwood store at
Phone Res. 324
Mill 131 Sandy
1 Faubian, is the mother o f a new baby
Give Play at Boring
The play, “ Janie,” given by Kelso boy.
Alice Bailey Pierson and her little
at the Boring I. O. O. F. hall
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Saturday night, was a wonderful suc baby girl left Mrs. Albel’s home Sun
cess, $32 being realized, one half of day and went to her sister at Bright-
which was given to the lodge for the wood. When able to get around she
use o f the hall. Glen Eri took the will stay with her father, Charley
part o f “ Janie” at 14, and Anna Lou Bailey. Mrs. Albel had been caring
ise Larsen at the age o f 19. Others for the young mother and baby.
Mrs. Maud Reed and Mrs. Alice
I in the play were Mrs. Albert Jonsrud,
Mrs. Gilbert Eri, Mrs. Clark Rich and Scales motored to the city Monday
Mrs. Reed is
Julia Larsen. Refreshments were on a business trip.
i served. After the program Telford managing the Scales store at Rhodo
orchestra played splendidly, and a dendron.
A people without children would face
Have you noticed the old white haired men la- | social hour in dancing was spent by The Boring Odd Fellows arc put
a hopeless future, a country without
| boring painfully in the cheap restaurant, too old to | the young people who do not attend hall which will he used for local so
trees is almost as helpless; forests that
5 do anything but the most menial work.
cial dancing occasionally.
are so used they cannot renew them
Mrs. Thomas Kubitza, who grows
will soon vanish, and with them
^ Entertains Altar Society
Everyone of these men had their chance just the 5 1 Mrs. Henry Perret was hostess wonderful and great quantities of
benefits. When you heip to
same as you have yours today. What are you going = Thuisday fo r the Altar society of the flowers for the love o f them, was
preserve our forests or plant new ones
presented .with 18 cannas two feet
to do about it? Are you going to wash dishes and E Catholic church at the attractive Per- tall, last Sunday by her cousin, Tom j
you are acting the part of good citizens,
scrub floors at the time when you should be resting S ; ret residence. The afternoon was I. eitheiser o f Lents, who spent the j
— Theodore Roosevelt.
E j spent socially. Present were Mrs. C.
and enjoying the fullest pleasures of life?
day at the Kubitza home.
1 W. Bruce, Mrs. F. C. Brosius, Mrs.
It’ * Y o u r Nat ional Forest —
Mi. and Mrs. N. R. Horr and little
E D. Meyer, Mrs. Jack Bophy, Mrs. F.
Y o u r Play G r o u n d —
There is but one sure way to protect yourself = M. Canning, Mrs. Louise Gambee, Marietta spent Sunday at Gresham
“ He lp P rotec t it.”
with Mr. Horr’s parents.
from just such a future. Save your money— a little E Mrs. Caspar Junker, Mrs. Frank
every week— and when the 'days of gray hairs come s Schmitz, Mrs. A. H. Kirsch, Mrs. M.
Kligel, Mrs. Chas. Sharnke, Miss Bar
you will be sure of a home .and your share of com
DR. F. C. BROSIUS, M. D.
bara Sharnke, Mrs. L. Lehnfield, and
fort. Today is the best day to start. One dollar
the hostess. Mrs. Perret served re
opens an account.
2nd door West o f Meat Market
freshments that were much enjoyed.
m C O TTR ELL SCHOOL
WIFE OF W. E. BUELL
PASSES AWAY SUNDAY
G a te s F u n eral H o m e
. Bell Lumber Co.
C IT Y G A R A G E
| A Dish-washer |
I at Sixty...
The Part of
C lackamas C ouniy B an S j
The A n n u a l Forest Fire Toll Is a Challenge to American Patriotism
First State Bank
“ A Strong Bank”
E Church to Be Rep sired
About $70 has been recently raised
by those interested in the Kelso Com-
munity church for the rejuvenation
*»'e building. Work of re-shinglinff
and painting will start as soon as the
weather permits. The work is to be
donated. Kelso community will re-
ceive a big boost in getting their
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