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WORK STARTS ON ROAD
BEING BUILT BY U.
ESTACADA, ORECON, FRIDAY, MAY 11, 1928
GARDEN CLUP. MEETS
WITH MRS. W. J. MOORE
¡CLINIC FOR CHILDREN OF
PRE-SCHOOL AGE DATED
GARAGES ENTERED 3Ï The Estacada Garden club had a |
A. W. Armstrong sent out a crew
of men Wednesday to establish the BURGLARS SECOND TIME meeting Monday afternoon at the!
home of Mrs. W. J. Moore. Various
camp and work will start at once on
HUNDREDS OF ATTRACTIVE
HOMESITES WILL BE
Fifty Men Employed in Construc
tion Work.— To Last Several
Months, Says Manager
Construction of what >s to be one
of the finest summer resorts and
summer homesites proposition in the
state is now under way on .the prop-
perty adjoining Estacaad on the
south and etxending along the water
front. Fifty men are now employed
and others are being recruited to
assist in the development of the huge
A crew of men has been kept at
wort: for several months in making
improvements in the grounds, hut not
until the first of this week did it be
come known that the plans of thi
company were of such a large extent
What was known as the dance pa
vilion has ben entirely reconstructed
and the building is now' a modern club
hou.-.i; with an artistic fireplace, large
porches and columns built of masonry
giving a very pleasing effect. Streets
have been cleared and now are being
graded and will be surfaced.
There are a dozen or more streets
from the direction of town to the
river included in the plans, and one
boulevard running parallel with the
w ater front.
The water front will all be im-
pro.ed and easy access to the watei
arranged at convenient intervals, and
water sports will be a part of the
plans for amusement of the people
visiting the resort.
1* is said that many thousand.'
of dollars arc to be expended in the
development of the property, am
the attractiveness of the place wiT
without doubt bring a lot of people
from the city to this great play
The development plans will require
several months to complete, accordin;
to Herman List, engineer in charge
Fifty men are now employed and all
applying for work are being employe*
and everything being done to expe
ditc- the completion of the project.
It is expected that the population
of the community will be more than
doubled during the summer months
after the plans of the company have
been carried out, it is said.
DOUGLAS JOHNSON PLAN FOR
An interesting feature in the pri
mary race for the office of Clacka
mas county assessor is the introduc
tion by Douglas Johnson, republican
candidate, of a new plan for equaliz
ing assessments. His plans, which is
incorporated in his filing statement,
is based on similar plans now in suc
cessful opeiatiun in Multnomah and
The grange has been working to
establish such a system in this county
for some time. They have felt that
the present system is inequable and
haphazard in its operation and they
have approved the newer and fairer
methods employed in Coos county.
Mr. Johnson holds that there should
be an adaptation of the methods used
in Multnomah county for the great
city problem which has sprung up on
both sides of the Willamette river.
At the same time there aer advant
age. in the Coos plan which may be
used as a basis for our rural assess
monte. The rapid development of
both section makes i[ imperative that
a modern appraisal system be in
stalled to keep up with the changes in
ownership and valuation, he con
LEGION AUXILIARY TO GET
OUT VOTERS MAY 18
The American Legion Auxiliary is
making a special effort to get all
woman to vote on election day. The
Methodist church bell will ring at
about 11:30 a. m., to remind the
women of their duty.
Dr. Miller, assisted by Dr. W. M.
Gilbert will hold a clinic for pre
school children, Tuesday, May 24,
starting at 9 a. m.f at the high school
matters of importance were brought
the new road being built by the U
auditorium. This i9 a fine chance to
S. Forest Service into the North COOKE, CASCADE AND BARR’S up and rt'scusse'l. amonc 'hern bein'? I
the floral display on Labor Day,
have your child examined free by
Fork district. About five miles of
which the club now sponsors annu
competent doctors, it is hoped to
ENTERED AND CASH AND
road is to be built this year.
start the school year this fall with
The continued rains have delayed
the primary class 100 per cent in
The next meeting will be the last
the work and it will be carried on
health. The clinic is open to all the
for this season and will be held at
as rapidly as possible.
the Henry Beers home next month SITE PURCHASED FROM WOOD- pre-school children in the districts
Burglars for the second time in at which time new officers will be
surrounding Estacada. Children who
Dinner is Success
entered the Cooke, Cas elected. Members of the club attend
WORTH SUFFICIENT FOR
have not been vaccinated will be given
The Jiggs and Maggie dinner at cade weeks
and Barr & Sons garages Tues ed the meeting of the city council
the opportunity to be vaccinated.
the I. O. O. F. hall Thursday evening
REFUSE FROM CITY
night and helped themselves to Tuesday evening to make a request I
was very much of a success. The pro day
tire» and money. In each case they for a dumping ground, but the coun- j
Church Social Held
ceeds of the dinner were $6G.
made their entrance in about the cil had taken action on the matter
monthly social at the Metho
Clean-up Day to Be Set in Near Fu dist The church
same way, only at the Cascade they before their arrival.
Tuesday evening was en
broke the glass from a north window
ture.—Cooke to Improve Hie
joyed by about fifty people. Musical
TO BE HELD MAY 25 and
very carefully extracted every Dorcas Society to Meet
numbers accompanied by an orches
The ladies of the Garfield llorca-
tra, occupied a short time, which was
Commencement exervices of the small piece before going through.
followed by prayer. Fred Buell con
Estacada high school will be held on At the Cascade the glass was again society will meet at the home of Mrs.
Friday evening, May 25. Prof Ray broken in the door to the office and Henry Trapp on May 17 in the after The city council, after due consid tributed a vocal solo, Miss Kershner
sang and then followed games and
E. Hewitt of the Willamette Univer the sale and desk gone through. noon at 2 o’clock.
eration, purchased a half-acre tract stunts.
The affair was concluded by
sity, will deliver the address to the A.small amount of currency was over
class. On Sunday evening, May 20, looked but they carried away six
dumping purposes. The site is locat
Rev. A. DeMoy will deliver the bac tires and a small amount of change.
ed u short distance from the Wood-
calaureate sermon. These services Barr & Sons garage was entered
worth place. The city expects to
will take place in the high school through a broken glass in the front
charge a small fee for the privilege
door and here the burglars go $13
of dumping refuse there.
in cash and three tires.
There were a dozen or more ladies
Special Meeting of Garden Club
On Tuesday night the high school
present at the council meeting Tues
Members of the Garden Club are was entered and W. E. Buell’s office
day in regard to a elean-up day, and
urged to attend a special meeting to ransacked but nothing xvas missed. FULL DAY OF SPEAKING AND the
m atter was left to the health and
be held Tuesday, May 15, at the Wallace Smith discovered three
SPORTS TO BE FOLLOWED
police committee, who will set a date RIEBHOFF FREELY HIT BY VIS-
home of Mrs. Bob Cooke. Important boys “pinching” tires Sunday night
in the near future.
BY DANCE PLANNED
business will be discussed and dele and when they found they were ob ;
ITORS, BUT STRIKES OUT
R. R. Cooke was given a permit to
gates to the annual meeting of the served they escaped in a touring car.
re-construet and improve his garage
Oregon Federation of Garden clubs Mr. Smith followed them for a long j
property according to the plans sub
will be elected.
distance and finally forced them into Estacada will stage a celebration mitted.
a ditch. The names of the boys were j on the Fourth of July. This an A petition was presented and gen
taken and they promised to appear in nouncement was made Tuesday night erally signed by property owners that The Legionnuires continued their
court the following morning, which after a meeting of the members of asked that cattle not be allowed to be winning streak Sunday afternoon by
they did. They were released in the the Estacada band had been held.
staked out on the streets of Estacada. defeating the Armory team by the
custody of their parents and will have The band is sponsoring the cele The council took favorable action on wide margin of 7 to 2. It was ad
mitted by all the members of the
another hearing in Oregon City Sat bration but will ask all the fraternal the petition.
organizations and other institutions in A. H. Linns was granted permis team that the Armory has the best
town for their co-operation and wil sion to connect with the water mains lineup that has so far opposed the
Mrs. M. M. LaCroy died at the
also seek financial aid from the peo on his property in the northeast part local team.
home of her daughter, Mrs. E. W.
pie of the community.
of tow'll. L. A. Chapman asked for a Estacada stretched nine hits, five
Fieken, May 4. She was born at Fay
Included in the plans is a contest few loads of gravel on the street neai walks and and two men hit by the
etteville, Ark., Nov. 12, 1884. In
for a goddess of liberty, the winner his place, which request was granted pitcher into seven runs. The Armory
early childhood she moved to Mis
which will be awarded a handsome The treasurer was instn cted to hit Riebhoff for 11 safeties and then
souri, and later in company with her
There will be speaking in the buy and improvement bond and pay could only get two men across the
father’s family joined an emigrant
park near the Estacada hotel, a ball the interest out of the water fund. home plate. The Armory hits were
train coming west, over the old Ore Plans for decorating the graves of game
in the afternoon, and many Trade vehicle license ordinance kept so well scattered that they did
gon Trail, arriving at what is now ail exservice men buried in the dif other events
to fill out the day. It No. 120 wag changed to read $5 pel little damage, the pitcher tightening
known as Highland, Oregon, in Octo ferent cemeteries in this vicinity was will be so arranged
that there will be quarter instead of $8. The current up when hits meant runs.
minute from the expense bills were audited and or
She is survived by six children: of the Anyvican Legion Monday eve opening in the morning
Fischer and Miller starred for the
Mrs. D. A. Miller, McMinnville; Mrs. ning. It was decided to not have a of the dance at midnight. until the end dered paid.
home team Sunday, the former mak
Ed. Miller, Mrs. E. W. Fickin and J. public observance of the day this Most of the plan» for the affair are
ing three of the seven runs, stealing
E. LaCroy, Viola; Mrs. L. J. Belcher, year sponsored by the post. It was yet to be worked out, but commit
home, and Miller got three hits out
Mossy Rock, Wash, and Mrs. Charles also decided to not have a ball game tees are now busy on the different
of five time up, one of them good
Landers of Clackamas. There are 24 on this day.
for three bases.
parts of the proposed day’s entertain
grand children and six great grand
The gate receipts were the largest
children; one sister, Mrs. M. L. Ringo Members of the American Legion
made next week.
of the season with the exception of
of Estacada, and one brother, John Auxiliary are handling the sale of be The
plans to make a lot of
the opening game.
Mayfield of Yakima, Wash. Her hus budy poppies this year and will give trips for band
purpose of advertising A father and son banquet is being The game next Sunday will be at
band, two sons and one daughter pre everyone an opportunity to buy.
the event, and as a starter will attend given at the Odd Fellows building
ceded her in death.
The post gave the Boy Scout com tile baseball game at Oswego Sunday Wednesday evening, May 10, at 6:30. Oswego and Manager Heitsman ex
to start the game with the same
Funeral services were held Sunday mittee authority to assist the Scouts
The banquet will be served by the pects
of last Sunday. The Estacada
at 1 p. m., in the Viola church, Rev. financially in the building of their afternoon.
The Legion ball team has no game Methodist Ladies Aid, and ptepara band will
attend the game and a
S. B. Moffett, Baptist minister of camp on Eagle Creek, following the scheduled
tions are being made to aceommo large number
of fans are planning
Oregon City, officiating and inter precedent of the Masonic order.
managing the business af
ment was made in the Rediand ceme A program was given by the Cdmp committee
s of the ball club is now arrang sons. Reservations are being made
tery, under the direction of L. A. Fire girls, after which refreshments fa
The team will travel in private cars
Chapman of Estacada.
those who have extra seats in
The affair is being sponsored b> and
their machines are requested to call
WOMAN ARRESTED ON
Miss Claudia Plank was here from |
A va Bronson, who is making an interesting program is being ar up the News office. It is planned to
MOONSHINING CHARGE ; Portland Sunday visiting at the J . , hel. Mrs.
home in port]andi was a week ranged for the occasion. Reserva leave here not later than 11 o’clock.
(Continued on page 3)
| end visitor at the home of her par tions can be made by seeing Mr.
Mrs. Catherine Risley was arrested j F. Lovelace home.
Mrs. J. F. Lovelace. Drews. A committee will probably Albert Kitching is now employed
Tuesday with 10 gallons of moon The “ King’s Daughters,” a class of | ents, Mr. and
call on a number of men of the town
shine in her car, and later when the girls in the M. E. Sunday school, j Fred Saling,
in the forest service and is overseeing
of Mr. and Mrs if the quota is not filled shortly.
officers raided her place on Eagle taught by Mrs. J. G. Hayman, put ue ] C. (’. Saling of son
trail work. He came down from the
Creek they found a 25-gallon still a program at thi Sunday school hour tacada a few days last week visiting invited to attend,” says Mr. Drews.
mountains to spend the week end
and 25 gallons more of liquor. She Sunday, relating to missions.
with his family.
was convicted a few months ago or
a similar charge and was paroled.
FROM THIS WEEK’S PAPER Mrs. E. I). Allen of Marmot ar
Deputy Sheriff Dick Thompson and
rived Friday and visited until Sunday
James Norris made the arrest.
On account of being crowded for with Mrs. Elizabeth Allen. Mrs. Al
space this week it was necessary tc len drove over from Marmot to get
GRANGE PICNIC PROGRAM
leave out Garfield, Eagle Creek and her.
ANNOUNCED FOR MAY 19 Old settlers in Estacada no doubt join in such nonsense because he did Springwater
believe in the hidden treasure. It is becoming more difficult to
The twenty-first annual May pic will remember that about 17 yturs not
Marshall, however, had great get out the edition of the paper each
nic by the grangers at Eagle Creek ag i there lived in Estacada u woman Mrs.
asked Mrs. E. E. Hannah to week on account of news and adver-
grove will be held Saturday, May 19. by the name of Mrs. Minnie Pulley. join her and
copy gradually coming in a
in company with Mrs.
A fine program for the day is being She occupied a house on upper Pulley they sought
old house little later each week. Practically
arranged. The principal speaker for Broadway across the alley from the where the fence had the
long since been everything that goes into the paper
the day is Marshall Dana of the Ore B. O. Sarver place.
and commenced to hunt comes into the office on Wednesday
gon Journal. Representative Hector About one year ago D. M. Marshall torn Mr. down
.Sarver was asked to assist in and Thursday, and this makes it nec
McPherson of Linn county is also on received a letter from Mrs. Pulley’s in digging
but he only laughed and essary to work overtime several hours
the program. There will be sports sou telling him that while there was refu- rd. Finally
FOR ALL CANDIDATES
he did consent to each week which could be avoided if
and a big dance in the evening at a very destructive forest fire raging mea ure off the ground
near Estacada years ago his mother liies. located the place where the gate vertisers arid correspondents.
conceived the idea that the whole should have been and they began to Springwater, Eagle Creek and Gar
HIGH SCHOOL PLAY
would be burned so she buried dig, Mrs. Marshall on one side and field news left out this week will be
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY town
a large sum of money near the back Mrs. Hannah on the other.
published next week.
the house she lived in.
They had great sport and attracted
The high school play, “ His Uncle's gate Mr. of and
at 8 o’Clock
Mrs. Marshall had forgot the ; ttention of many people passing Mrs. O. ,E. Hedgecock and childrer
Niece,” will be given at the high ten the incident
last Friday and finally Mrs. Marshall struck an from Portland were guests at the W
school auditorium Friday and Satur when Mrs. Pulley until
AT I. O. O F. BUILDING
appeared at old tin can. which fell apart and re H. Grabeel home Sunday.
day evening, starting at 8:00 p. m. the Marshall home. herself
Then the ques vealed many pieces of gold which
CANBY BALL CLUB HERE
the visitor acknowledged that she They were tarnished and black hut mother of Mrs. Wm. Weingart, was a
FRIDAY AFTERNOON and
did bury money at this place.
were $5 and $10 gold pieces just the guest at the Weingart home Sunday
The Canby high school baseball Mrs. Marshall became enthused same. Mrs. Pulley was as happy over
& GOOD TIME FOR ALL
team will play the local school team with the idea of finding it and asked finding the money as though it had Mr. and Mrs. T. Ahlberg enter
on the Estacada field Friday after he.* husband to try and find the mon- been thousands of dollars instead of
cards Sunday evening.
(ey, but he laughed and refused to only $35.
BAND TO STAGE BIG
CELEBRATION ON 4TH
ARMORY NINE 710 2
MRS. U CROY DIES
AT E. W. FICKEN HOME
LEGION TO HONOR HEROS
UN MEMORIAL OAT
FATHER ANO SON DINNER
TO BE GIVEN MAY 16
Digs Up Gold Buried in
Back Yard 18 Years Ago