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CLACKAMAS COUNTY NEWS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1928
SANDY LOCAL ITEMS
LEGION STARTS ON NEW PROGRAM
Clackam as County News
G. E. PARKS, Editor and Publisher
C. REX PARKS, Advertising Manager
MRS. J. M. C. MILLER, Sandy News Editor
Published Weekly on Fridays at Estacada-Sandy, Clackamas Co., Oregon
Entered in the postoffice of Estacada, Oregon,
In Clackamas County, one year, $1.50; Outside the county and in the state
o f O regon, one year, $2.00; Outside the state of Oregon, one year,
$2.50. Foreign, $3.00 per year. Subscriptions are payable in advance.
W H A T ABOUT HERBERT HOOVER?
(From National Farm News)
What about Herbert Hoover? Where does he stand?
His whole life, both public and private, has been devoted
to humanitarian activities and the advancement of public
welfare. He is not a politician. If he were he would be
gallivanting around over the country also making rosy
promises of “ salvation” for everybody and everything in
order to sweep up a bunch of votes.
He studies his problems. He measures his words. He
is careful to make no promise which he knows he cannot
keep. He gives sober judgment and honest scrutiny to
every proposal and refuses to be swept off his feet by
clamor or threats of defeat if he does not yield. Those
attributes are the “ makings” of a safe president; they are
evidence of sound statesmanship; they are proof of honest
endeavor to solve great questions right.
Promises from such a source are worf1. much more
than the political chatter of one who seems merely seeking
votes enough to land him in high office.
Herbert Hoover refuses to be driven into the sacri
ficing of our national honor by wine sipping, beer guz
zling, cocktail chasing advocates. He believes in prohibi
tion and he daily practices sobriety. He wants our pro
hibition laws operated honestly and fairly and pledges
himself to that end.
He is a friend of our homes and firesides and not a
“ happy warrior” for nullification. More than that he is
opposed to letting down our immigration bars. He is well
aware that this stand for pure Americanism will cost him
many ailen votes but he would rather be found supporting
the foundations of this glorious republic than to ride into
the White house on a wave of applause from the lips of
those whose chief aim is to multiply our foreign popula
tion at the expense of decent government.
Hoover or Smith— which ? As for the National Farm
News, regardless of present attacks or future prospect of
circulation, reward or punishment, stands four-square for
the election of Herbert C. Hoover as President of the
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SMITH OPPOSED TO PROHIBITION
Governor A1 picked Milwaukee to deliver his famous
speech on prohibition, which came over the radio Satur
day night. He made his position clear, and selected the
right city for the purpose.
People all over the nation are violating the law, he
says, and for this reason it should be repealed, because it
is causing disrespect for all laws.
If Al’s idea on prohibition is correct, then let’s get
busy and repeal all traffic laws and regulations, because
they are broken more often than the 18th amendment.
Following the same line of reasoning, as suggested
by the democratic candidate for president, all laws that
are being violated should be repeapled.
And A1 thinks that if New York wants too be wet and
all the rest of the states want to be dry, New York should
have that privilege.
Governor Smith made it plainly understood that the
Volstead act was not being enforced, and never had been
enforced, in his own state.
According to his own statement, as governor of New
York he has made no effort to enforce the law in his state;
and if he is elected president, what reasons have the peo
ple to believe that he would take any different view of
On the ballot at the general election in November
will appear the name of an Estacada man who is a can
didate for congress. Upton A. Upton has been regularly
nominated by the socialist party for this position.
The objective of the American Legion since its or
ganization after the World war was the proper care and
hospitalization of the disabled veterans and their families.
By. means of state and national legislation sponsored by
the organization, this objective has been accomplished.
The present department commander, Ben Fisher,
immediately after his election, stated that now that the
boys had been provided for, the Legion would direct its
efforts into different channels, and “ Community Service”
is the headliner in the program for the coming year.
The boys who served in war will now undertake to
show the people that they also can and will serve their
country in peace. The work for the local post will be
outlined soon and the Legion will undertake to assist in
community welfare as it has in past years in seeing that
the disabled men were cared for.
“ Hold fast to that which is good” untill you can
grab something better.
The average age of convicts is younger than formerly
which is perhaps due to the superior advantages enjoyed
by the present generation.
Regardless of the fact that two Clackamas county
men are candidates for national representative, the county
will probably give Congressman Hawley the usual large
majority vote on November 6.
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Your duty as an American citizen is to vote. You
can’t vote unless you are registered. Saturday, October
6, 30 days before the general election, is the last day on
which you can register if you vote for president and state
and county officers this year. Don’t be a slacker!
The George and Herbert Huck
Rev. and Mrs. Dobberfuhl and
family left Sunday for the apple or- Frieda were callers here Friday, com-
chards at Hood River.
ing in a new sedan. They called on
, „ , Rev. and Mrs. Schoen while here.
Rev. and Mrs. hoppelmnn of Port-
land attended the funeral of the late
The Harper house is being painted
Henry Hamnun Tuesday. The f o r -1 and H. H Watkins is wielding the
mer was the first pastor o f the Sandy brush.
of Your Income
It is quite a problem in these clays of
high living expenses to make income
Yet this is possible if whoever handles
the household finances knows which ex
penditures are and are not necessary,
eliminating those that are not. A check
ing account at the Clackamas County
Bank provides this check on the finan
ces. May we open such an account
for you at this progressive bank?
C lackamas C ounty BkvSf
Mrs. Coon Boyer returned home
the latter part of last week from a
Portland hospital and is reported to
be getting along nicely.
The Sanek Barber shop has been
moved across the street into the Hall
A reception was given fo r the
freshmen o f Estacada high school at
the school building Wednesday eve
A special meeting o f the Garden
club will be held Monday evening,
October 15, at the home o f Mrs. H.
C. Gohring. Several interesting pa
pers will be read and a round table
discussion will follow.
The Oregon City high school foot
ball team was here Tuesday after
noon and played a practice game
with Estacada high, the visitors win
ning the contest. Next Friday Esta
cada goes to Newberg to play the
high school eleven there.
Dan Matson, who has been working
in the forest service this summer,
was home for a few days this week.
He expects to return to Squaw moun
tain camp to continue work next
Mrs. Ruth Brown, who has been
assistant bookkeeper in the Estacada
State Bank for the last three years,
left this week for Camas, Wash,
to join Mr. Brown, where she will
reside in the future.
Rev. and Mrs. Ira Rankin and Mr.
Rankin’s mother, viisted Estacada
friends one day last week.
Rankin, a few years ago, was pastor
of the Estacada M E. church. He
has been given the North Bend charge
Don Newman o f Portland visited
his grandmother and aunt, Mrs. Stur-
geon and Miss Maud Sturgeon, Sun
Mr and Mrs. Kenneth Woods have
moved into the, residence formerly
owned by O. E. Syron, on Currin
The American Legion Auxiliary is
donating to the public library the
“ History o f the Second A. E. F. in
Saturday is the last day on which
you can register if you expect to
vote in the general election this year.
The American Legion Auxiliary ii,
planning a Halloween dance.
The Garfield Grange will hold its
next meeting Saturday, October 6,
beginning at 10:30 a. m.
Clyde Bowman, who has been em
ployed by the People’s Store for sev
eral years, left this week for Port-i
land where he has taken a position
with Holsum Bakery. Victor, a broth
er o f Clyde, has taken his place ii
the People’s Store.
| Lutheran church and a close friend
| of the Hammans.
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