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C lack am as C ounty N ews
ESTIMATED THAT MORE THAN
TWO HUNDRED HAVE E N
R O L L E D RECENTLY
MANY IMPROVEMENTS IN
AND NEAR SANDY I
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Mr. and Mrs. Tom Tilley, Portland,
will soon prove up on their home =
stead at Marmot. The Tilleys have E
built a summer home and have been
spending considerable time there. Mr.
T illey is said to be connected with =
the associated press.
Work has started again on the ;
electric line up the mountains, and j a
the prospect indicates that “ juice” . =
will be at RhododenJron this winter. E
The line is about completed to the ■:
George Beers, Sandy real estate
man, recently had a classified “ ad” )
in the News and made a sale right
after the first issue.
John Valberg, Boring, has been —
making his lumber yard and build =
ings attractive with paint and other
i MRS.KELLOGG INJURED
IN AUTO ACCIDENT
FOR GENERAL ELECTION
NUM BER 1
E S T A C A D A , OREGON, F R ID A Y , OCTOBER 5, 1928
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DEMAND FOR TRUCK
= 1 E AG LE
C REEK, Oct. 4.— (Spe-
= cia l).— Mrs. Lena K ellogg sustained E S T A C A D A FIR M U N A B LE TO
E painful injuries last Wednesday uf-
F IL L ORDERS FOR N EW
ternoon. She was riding in Oregon
City with be
U N IT
= when their car collided with another
E machine at 14th and Washington
The dual duty unit fo r Chevrolet
in the Oregon trucks, for which the Cuscade Chev
U n le s s r e g i s t e r e d
S City hospital where she was taken rolet company is the state distributor,
E after the accident.
is proving popular with truck owners
Alice Weldy, also a passenger in wherever shown. The demand for
= the Stingley machine, sustained u these units far exceeds the supply,
—ar— _ ■
E fractured arm, but was able to re- according to Bob Frazer, manager
B I I I B M A
E turn to her home a fter the injury for the company.
E had been attended to.
Within the past few days several
Mrs. Elizabeth Day Dead
o f these attachments have been
= 1 Word was received Monday o f the placed in different sections o f the
= death o f Mrs. Elizabeth Day, after a state and are meeting with general
E lingering illness, at the home o f her approval. Several are being used
B ^ " > "W"
= niece, Mrs. Pete Nelson, at Dayton, locally, and are said to almost double
s Oregon. Her son, Murray, had been the capacity o f the truck.
PROCTORS HAVE NEW
= called to her bedside last Friday and
A car load o f Chevrolet trucks
VICTORY SIX — is the last day. If you do not register on or before = was with her at the time o f her death.
was received here this week and the
s The Days had been residents o f the dual duty unit attached. Telephone
The W. A. Proctor family, Sandy, E
this date you will not vote this year.
E Eagle Creek section fo r almost nine calls from several different towns
have a new’ Dodge Victory Six which E
E years, coming here from Washing- were received asking fo r delivery
Miss Pearl Proctor “ broke in” last E
E ton. Mrs. Day had many friends in from this shipment.
Thursday. It is a fine car and the jj-j
The installation o f the Dual unit 19
the community who will regret to
Sandy News editor was one o f the
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hear o f her passing.
a simple proposition and the entire
first guests Miss Proctor took fo r a
Aid Meets With Mrs. Burnett
operation can be performer readily
The Ladies' Aid society met W ed and quickly, according to Mr. Fra
nesday at the home o f Mrs. A. D. zer. The unit is an additional axle
LEAVES FOR CHINA
Burnett, 18 ladies being
present. mounted in tandem with the driving
Miss Alice Lindell, sister o f Mrs.
Plans were made fo r the entertain axle and so attached by the springs
Frank Hailing, form er Sandy Union
ment and “ package sale” to be held and radius rods that it follows any
high school teacher, Lgft fo r China
Some sewing motion o f the truck without tire slip
this week to be with Mrs. Hailing
Lester Townsend was unanimosuly
V IO L A , Oct. 4— (Special).— F ri early in December.
Mr. Hailing offered a position in elected commander o f the Carl Doug day evening a large crowd gathered was done on garments fo r the W. C. page. Instead of imposing an addi
his o ffic e to Miss Lindell. The latter lass post o f the American Legion on to listen to Mrs. M. J. Brown e f T. U. farm home. A delicious lunch tional burden upon the engine, driv
was out with her parents to aee the Monday night.
Lloyd Ewalt was Clackamas, who told how to organ was served and a social time enjoyed. ing axle or chassis, the Dual Duty
R. Jonsruds Friday, and Alice attend elected vice commander; Ted
Ahl- ize a P.-T. A. fo r the betterment o f The next meeting will be held at the unit actually relieves the strain, Mr.
ed the football game.
berg, adjutant; R. R. Cook, finance the school. There were 40 who joined home o f Mrs. Roxanna Clester Wed Frazer claims.
o ffic e r; Rev. T. I. Kirkwood, chap the club, and Mrs. R. Shackelford was nesday afternoon, October 17.
The larger load made possible is
lain; Barney Gilbride, sergeant at elected president; Miss L. Hubbard,
carried upon four wheels instead o f
arms, and Dr. W. W. Gilbert, his vice president; Emery Powers, second
two, and particularly upon soft
ground or rough roads, sinking is
vice president; Mrs. John Mattooon,
The report o f the baseball commit secretary and treasurer; Earl Lankin,
minimized, traction is improved and
tee was given and accepted and the program committee chairman; Mrs.
strain on the motor or driving axle
is relieved. Further more, the addi
committee discharged with a vote o f C. Stone, chairman o f the refresh-)
i hanks. Dr. W. W . Gilbert and C. ments committee. The new organi
tional frame reinforces the regular
SLASHING BURNED AT LADEE
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Dunlop are frame as it is much heavier and
W ork was Rex Parks were elected a» team cap zation will meet once a month at the
More than one thousand acres of building on Broadway.
tains fo r the membership drive.
school, in the afternoon, und once a again residents o f Estacada, moving splices on the regular frame.
slashing was burned last week and commenced Tuesday on tearing away
Mrs. Mae Kitching was
elected month at the church, the last Friday back from Rockwood, near Gresham,
While the Dual Duty unit is being
the week before near the logging
the latter part o f last week. Rev. fitted on Chevrolets only, now, they
and occupied by the Sanek Barber president o f the American Legion evening.
operations o f the LaDee Logging
Auxiliary, and the other officers of
Mrs. Joe Hinkle was surprised on Dunlop was not given a charge this will be fitted on Fords later, it is
company, under the direction o f A. chop and the Gem Restaurant. A new
the organization remains the same her birthday Saturday evening by year on account o f poor health. It said.
W. Armstrong, forest ranger.
as last year, their regular election 21 o f her friends and relatives who will be remembered
The Cascade company has the
fire was kept under control at all place.
When completed it will be occu being held in June.
dropped in to spend a pleasant eve months ago he was injured by a hit- agency fo r this attachment fo r the
times, according to Mr. Armstrong
Refreshments were served by a ning.
They brought presents and and-run speeder right at his gate, and entire state o f Oregon, and is plan
and nothing was burned except what pied by the barber shop and by Mrs.
Jacob Moss, who recently purchased committee o f the Auxiliary to both plenty o f refreshments and all wished! since that time he has never entirely ning to put them out on a large scale
was intended to be burned.
The next meeting her many happy returns o f the day. been well.
as soon as production is up to where
will be held on October 5, at which
deliveries can be made as fast us
Mrs. Eiden Lanken o f Gresham i^
EDWARD LINN TO GO EAST
KELSO CLUB MEETS
time the ladies are planning special staying at the home o f her sister,
the demand requires.
Edward Linn will leave the first
Mrs. George Hempe was hostess to
BUILDING UNDER WAY entertainment.
Mrs. Emery Powers, while the men
o f next wek fo r Illinois, where he
the Kelso Women’s club Thursday,
HERE FROM A N T E L O P E
are away at work.
expects to make his future home. He
Jonsrud & Gunderson are running
W. C. T. U. TO MEET THURSDAY
the a ffa ir being mostly o f a social
Webber o f
owns a large farm there and has a the planing mill steadily o f late to
the week end from Washington where nature at this session' Delicious rc‘ was in Estacada und surrounding dis
great many relatives in that state. fill special building orders, among
trict this week looking a fter business
The local unit o f the W. C. T. U. they are working fo r Mr. Potter. A freshments were served.
which is the material for the B. C.
He will drive his car.
matters and visiting relatives.
hold its next m eeting Thursday, week ago they did not get home on
Patterson residence on the Bluff.
SANDY REBEKAHS OBSERVE
LADIES AID MEETS
Emil and Herman Wendland havg October 11, in the afternoon, at thq account o f having to figh t fire at
HERE FROM ID AH O
The Ladies Aid o f the Christian been working fo r the Patterson con home o f Mrs. E. E. Hannah in Es the mill.
Hendricks o f Idaho, a cou
church met at the home o f Mrs. Nord- tractor.
tacada. The topic fo r discussion will
Mrs. Harry Northrup has gone to
Honoring the seventy-seventh an
sin o f Mrs. U. S. Morgan, was in Es
land Thursday afternoon.
be “ Prohibition.” A ll who attend are Tacoma to be be with her husband,
niversary o f the order, Sandy Re-
tacada this week, a guest at the Mor
ELECTRICIAN KEEPING BUSY being asked to bring something on who is ill in a hospital there. She
bekah lodge had a social hour and in
SANDY GRADE ALMOST
Sylvester Hall, Sandy electrician, that subject. Mrs. Betty Weatherby has le ft Mr. Kay here in charge o f
UP TO STANDARD is keeping busy, his latest work being o f Garfield is president and Mrs. M.
her place, who moved on the place session Thursday night.
C O N S TA B LE RESIGNS
Sandy grade school needs only a the wiring o f the special dining room C. Glover o f Eagle Creek is secretary
Ganger was presented with a jewel
little to be standard. Saturday, the at Marvel Inn.
M. Marshall has resigned as
o f the local organization.
Elmer Powers, Emery Powers and in honor o f being a member 25 years.
Marmot library books, fiv e desks and
Elden Lankin have gone to
Hood Ice cream, cake and c o ffe e were constable o f Estacada district, a po
some pictures were moved over. The
MRS. JACOB MOSS BUYS
sition he has held for the past three
R iver to pick apples.
Sandy school now has 18 standard
C. Todd is still marketing cedar
years. It is not known who will suc
pictures and a library o f about six poles every day to Jhe McFarland
ceed Mr. Marshall.
a n n i e M c K i n n e y v i s i t s s a n d y
BUYS MOLALLA DOCK
hundred volumes. Additional pupils Pole company, Milwaukie. The poles
Mrs. Nora W onderly o f Portland
Mrs. Annie McKinney stopped to
Morgan & Lau, Boring, have pur
registered Monday brings the total to are at present being hauled from the was in Estacada the latter part of
make a short visit here with her I chased a tie and lumeier dock at Mol- A R T IS A N S HOLD CARD P A R T Y
The first card party o f the season
last week looking after the Gem res mother, Mrs. Hannah Nelson, and , ana from Mack Miller and drive from
taurant, which she owned. She sold her brothers, and also called on a few ßor;nK to Molalla three days per under the auspices o f the United A r
MRS. MURRAY CHOSEN
BABY, TWO, HAS BROKEN LEG the fixtures and contents to Mrs.
tisans, Wednesday night, at the I. O.
friends last week. Mrs. McKinney had weejj to
PRESIDENT OF SANDY P. T. A.
Shirley, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Berg-
Jacob Moss, who has stored the equip been east to attend the national post- « u nc[e ” Morgan also has a dock busi- O. F. hall, Estacada, was u pleasant
lund’s baby, suffered a broken leg
There were nine tubles in
Mrs. Hazel Murray was elected last week. W hile playing with her ment in the I. O. O. F. building and master’s convention, as she conducts negs at ß orinjf.
play and a lunch was served by the
president o f the Sandy P. T. A. at the dog, Shirley fell o f f the porch. Mr. will open the restaurant when the an o ffic e near San Francisco.
committee, with Mrs. W. W. Rhodes
new Norton building is completed.
BAND PRACTICE STARTED
Friday session; Mrs. P. T. Shelley
and Mrs. Berglund lost all their Mrs. Moss has been in the restaurant
LOCATE AT SANDY
, as chairman. Mrs. Leta Hayden and
was elected vice president; Mrs. N el
household effects in the Bear Creek business in Estacada before, having
Asa Smith received high score prizes.
lie Zengcr, secretary and Mrs. John
Mr. and Mrs. Birch Roberts are
school, started band rehearsals
logging fire a fe w days before.
owned this same business a few years now located in their pretty home at
Monday. Nearly all new material
W IN S HONORS
Sandy and the children started to will be used, as most o f the best CO M PTO N BOY
SANDY MAN KILLS TWO
Donuld Compton, Boring, member
DEER ABOVE ELWOOD
players graduated last year.
o f a pig club, won first prize at
have many friends here that w el
Wm. Pohl and Ivan Yost o f Sandy
Canby and also at the state fair.
Orient school is progressing nicely come them.
S A N D Y M AN CO M M ANDER
went deer hunting above Elwood
Donald also entered the open class
last week, Pohl bagging two deer,
against all breeders o f the state and
LAST RITES AT INDEPENDENCE
but Yost is still after his. Mrs. Pohl
Last rites fo r Mrs. Annie Shafei
A. E. Jonsrud, o f the firm o f Eri won first in junior and grand cham
and Mrs. Yost walked up the ten mile Robertson, Mrs. Vera La Violette,
Donald is son o f Mn
& Jonsrud, Kelso, was elected com pion classes.
Estacada walked o f f with the game trail from Elwood to join their hus
and Mrs. H. C. Compton o f Peter
at Sandy Friday, although the Sand; bands. While on the tirp the women
dren all being present. Almost the American Legion. Other officers are: son's corner, between Sandy und
boys played a good game. The team went over to Estacada with
DAMASCUS CLUB HONORED
age, the Shafers had been to Chas. Gray, first vice-commander; II. Boring.
from Estacada was Shriner, Lingle- Yost’s mother, Mrs. Nichols, and Mrs
almost daily since they wero A. Barnes, second vice-commander;
bach, Marchbank, Munson, Byers Mark, to see the Cadonaus.
SA N D Y HIGH SCHOOL
Kitcking, Fanton, Tucker, M etcalf, Nichols had not been at Elwood, her ored with prizes at the Candy fair six years o f age, when they played to- Roy Gibbs, finance; (1. C. Fancher
FRESHM EN E N T E R T A IN E D
F ife r and Hayden.
old home, fo r twenty years, until this
Sandy high Freshies were royally
ton, Genevieve and Dorothy Drake, practically together 71 years, and W. S. Everett, sergeant-at-arms. C.
The Sandy team was Dodd, V. Ba trip with her daughter.
Charles Drake and Bertha Weisen- never grew tired o f each other.
G. Schneider, Frank Ilnmlin, Clarke entertained Friday night, all report
con, Converse, C. Bacon, H. G riffin,
ing a wonderful time.
Stafford and W. J. Olm-
C. G riffin, Child, Maronay, Lindroth,
H1GH SCHOOL LAWN GREEN
scaid are the executive committee. and Frosh will return the compliment
Mrs. and Mrs. Ben K ligel o f Sandy
NEWMAN BUYS TIMBER
Grass Is now coming up on the Installation will be held October 23. with a party October 12.
Davis, F. Marchbank, Smith, Ander took their guests, Father Chas. D.
high school lawn, and woe
son and Dick. Sandy: Fowler Asch Reveny, Gresham Priest, and the lat
C O N TR AC TO R S CO M PLE TE JOB
be to any motorist that runs over
JAC K SCALES IL L
o ff, G off, Burdette.
Maronay had ter’s relative, Miss Sally Reveny, o f bought 40 acres o f timber from Ern
Anderson & Huuglum. Sandy con
the barricade into the lawn! Motor-
Jack Scales, Sandy merchant, has
his knee hurt and was carried o f f the
tractors, have finished grading on the
day. Miss Reveny was delighted with
field. Several boys were winded.
around the building as form erly, or days with a severe attack o f neu- Wapanitia highway and are moving
Sandy high plays the Molalla high the scenery and said that it was even Newman w ill haul to the city this
out their equipment.
park on the main road.
•chool at Malalla Friday.
Estacada people are beginning: to
become interested in the election one
month away, judging from the reg
More than two hundred
voters have registered at the office
o f S. E. Wooster since the primary
election, in Estacada precincts one
and two, according to Mrs. Wooster,
who is registration clerk.
Just during the last two weeks has
there been any great rush to enroll.
Only those who have not voted with
in the last two years, or those who
have never voted here, are required
to register this year.
The registation ends on Saturday
night, October 6, just thirty days be
fore the general election. The office
o f S. E. Wooster will remain open
Saturday night until nine o’clock, or
later, if necessary, in order to allow
everyone to register if they desire.
Those who are not registered will
not be allowed to vote, as a late law
prohibits the swearing in o f votes.
Interest in the presidential elec
tion seems to be responsible fo r the
rush to register during the last few
Workers for both
parties are in evidence in the com
munity, although republicans work
ing fo r Mr. Hoover seem to be in
the majority. Mrs. H. C. Stephens,
who is chairman fo r this district of
the Hoover membership club, has se
cured more than one hundred mem
bers during the last few days.
Listed in the Hoover ranks are
many democrats, and at the same
time some republicans are lining up
with the Smith faction.
ESTACADA HIGH WINS
FROM SANDY ELEVEN
You can’t vote in the R general election on November 6 —
Mrs. K ellogg is still
P. T. A. ORGANIZED
LEGION ELECTS NEW
SET OF OFFICERS
AT VIOLA SCHOOL
ESTACADA ÏO HÂVE
NEW BRICK BUILDING
DUNLOPS RETURN TO
ESSACAOA TO RESIDE