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CONTEST LOOMS FOR
ESTACADA, OREGON, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1928
RECEPTION GIVEN FOR
BULL RUN TEACHERS
BANK DEPOSITS SHOW
CLASS ENTERTAINED BY
REV. AND MRS. DUNLOP
ESfAGADA MAN LOST 5
DAYS IN MOUNTAINS
SANDY GRADE SCHOOL
GIVES HEALTH TEST
A reception for Mr. and Mrs. Errol
Sandy grade teachers and pupils
The young people’s class o f the
Reese, Bull Run teachers, was spon
went through the ordeal o f the an-
Methodist church was entertained by
sored by the Bull Run club at the
nual health test last week. This week
Rev. and Mrs. Dunlop at their res
Community hall Saturday night, 50
thty had to undergo the confusion of
idence Wednesday evening. W. E,
AMES AND LOVELACE OUT FOR attending. Ten tables were arranged SANDY AND ESTACADA DEPOS- Buell was elected president o f the CHASES COUGAR FROM CAMP having many o f the children vacci
for five hundred, Mr. Reese carry
class and Miss Samuelson was elected
AND IS WITHOUT FOOD
PLACE QF MAYOR: AHL-
ing o ff men's first prize, Mrs. Dell
secretary-treasurer. Miss Beatrice
SCHENIDERS AT PILOT ROCK
Jadwin winning first ladies’ honors.
FOR FIVE DAYS
BERG FOR RECORDER
MORE THAN IN JUNE
Wilder was chosen chairman o f the
Ted Haneburg and Mrs. Alvin Klinger
Dr. and Mrs. Harvey Schneider and
program committee and Miss Noble
won consolations. The committee in
small sons left for a week’s outing
chaiman o f the refreshment commit
A. G. Ames and J. F. Lovelace are charge wag Mrs. Alvin Klinger, Mrs.
Deposits of the Eastern Clackamas tee.
Charles B. Drake stumbled on the at their former home, Pilot Rock, and
Mrs. Grabeel and Mrs. Buell
candidates for the office o f mayor of Ralph Granger, Mrs. L. E. Kealiher. banks, according to the financial i were chosen to serve on the mem* camp o f a searching party Sunday are expected to return this week.
after being lost for five days and While the doctor is uway Sharnke
Estacada, their petitions having: been
statements of October 3, are moro bership committee.
ADOLPH ASCHOFF HOST
field Tuesday, the date for filings
than 15 per cent above those of th 1 t All young people over 18, whether nights in the mountains above Oak Brothers are kalsomining and paint
Adolph Aschoff, Marmot, was host last statement published, June 30 of married or single are invited to bet Grove ranger station, in a semi-de* ing the interior o f the dental office.
having closed on that day.
John Osborne is unopposed for the to 71 Mazamas Sunday at a chicken this year.
come members of the class. Rev. lirous condition. He had been with
WEDDING BELLS JINGLE
position o f councilman in ward one, dinner. Mr. Aschoff is also a Ma-
Total deposits in the Estacada Dunlop is the teacher and he has out fire three of the nights he was
A double wedding of four Sandy
J. C. Kiggins is the lone candidate in zama, although his days o f strenuous State Bank on June'30 were $290,-, some interesting plans for the class, lost, and had nothing to eat during
folk occurred at Salem, October 10.
ward two and G. R. Ellis and A. H. climbing are over, he is never so hap 906.51, as compared with $313,948.57 including a social once each month. the entire time.
Perry are candidates for councilman py as when he has a group of nature on October 3.
Drake, W. W. Smith and C. P. They were Miss Dora Fenske and
lovers about him. Mr. Aschoff knows
Boyer had gone into the mountain^ Ernest Krebs, and Rudolph Krebs and
in ward three.
Clackamas County Bank o f Sandy
SANDY CLUB MEETS
W. A. Heylman and Ted Ahlberg almost every foot of our prized moun had aggregate deposits o f $306,-
a hunting expedition and the two his sister-in-law, Mrs. George Krebs
The first meeting o f the season
oppose each other for the office of tains.
530.60 on June 30, as compared with was held last week By the Sandy Em last named went back to Oak Grove Jr. The men are sons o f Mr. and
Mrs. Charley Krebs.
city recorder. Mrs. Nina B. Ecker,
$337,113.24 on October 3.
broidery club with Mrs. Dittert as to bring in their food supplies. They
MAKE TRIP TO CALIFORNIA
who has served as treasurer for sev,
The First State Bank of Gresham, | hostess. Present were Hazel Brown returned to camp about five o’clock
SANDY RIVER BRIDGE UNSAFE
Leaving early Friday morning Mr. which serves a large section o f this
eal years, is the only candidate for
Mrs. H. Schneider, Mrs. Thompson, and found that Drake was gone, but
and Mrs. W. Oren Ganger and Bobby county located nearer Gresham thai)
The old Sandy river bridge, built
Miss Edna Thompson, Mrs. H. Per-
A caucus was held at the city hall and Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Howitt the banks located in this county, also
rett, Mrs. A. Dahrens, Mrs_Ivan Yost evening meal was in the course of around 45 years ago, is said to be un
Monday night for the purpose of made the round trip to Shasta City, shows a considerable increase in de Mrs. Nichols, Mrs. F. L. Proctor, Miss preparation.
safe, and likely to collapse. Should
nominating a ticket. L. A. Chapman Calif., side stepped to Klamath Falls posits since the June report.
They thought he had stepped out anyone be killed as the result of this
Kammerer and Mrs. R. F. Dittert.
was nominated for mayor, Osborne, 114 miles, and returned to Sandy
some place and would shortly re condition it would cost the county
The totals, the News is informed, [
Kiggins and Ellis for councilmen, and Monday evening. They were guests are the largest in the history o f each
turn, but when he failed to sho%v up a neat sum.
NOACKS HAVE NEW SON
by morning they started to search
Wm. Dale for recorder and Mrs. N. o f friends o f the Howitts at Shasta of the three banking institutions, ani|
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Noack, Sandy,
for the missing man. After three SANDY GRANGE TO PUT
B. Ecker for treasurer. A committee City one night. A wonderful trip anc' during the past year in each bank
are parents o f their first boy, born at
was appointed to file the petitions of fine weather are reported.
days without success Smith came out
ON DEGREE WORK
the increase has been noted in each
Gresham October 6 . He weighed 8
the candidates that their names could
and searching parties were sent in
pounds, and was named Melvin Lloyd.
appear on the official ballot.
immediately. He came into one of
Sandy grange will put on floor
A significant fact is that a large
The committee, the following day,
these camps by accident, apparently, work for the initiation o f candidates
part of the increase is in savings ac
undertook to carry out its instruc
Sunday afternoon, after having been at Eagle Creek grange, Saturday,
tions, but learned that Chapman re
lost since Tuesday evening.
fused the nomination, and also that
He stated that a cougar attacked
ENDEAVOR GIVES PARTY
Mr. Dale would not accept the nom
a horse tied near the camp and he
The C. E. o f the Christfan church
ination for recorder for re-election.
took his gun and chased the cougar.
Mr. and Mrs. James B. Ogden,
Funeral services were held Mon gave a “ hobo” party for the Epworth
After it escaped he was unable to Cherryville, entertained the follow
Petitions were circulated for Ames day for John F. Douglass o f the League Friday night. There was a
State Senator Charles Hall of find his way back to camp. He had ing at dinner, Sunday:
and Lovelace, and also Mr. Ahlberg Douglass Ridge district, who died large attendance o f young people
during the day, and the names of Friday. Gates Funeral Home of from Springwater, Eagle Creek and Marshfield will be in Estacada Tues a few matches and built a fire the Mrs. Stout, Mack Stout, Miss Frances
day evening, October 23, and will first two nights he was out, but afte)
each will appear on the ballot, along Gresham had charge o f the funeral Garfield.
Stout and Dorothy Dixon. Miss Stout
After meeting at the
with those nominated at the caucus) Rev. C. T. Cook of Estacada o ffi church all went to the Dooly reai» speak at the Liberty theatre in the his matches were all used he had no taught the Cherryville school last
interest o f the county, state and na fire at night.
held Monday evening.
year. She is teaching near Gresham
ciating. Burial was at Eagle Creek denee where they had to go through
tional republican ticket. Mr. Hall,
Quite a large number o f voters in
To add to his discomfort, about this year and has four Japanese
Mr. Douglass was born in Kansan several stunts and then they called at
the city who failed to attend the cau November 7, 1853. rie and his par the John Page home. Returning to it.is said, as a talented speaker, and eight inches of snow fell the first children in her room.
cus have expressed dissatisfaction ents crossed the plains in a covered the church a shoyt play was giveil will give an intelligent view o f the j night he was lost, and in addition to
political issues in the campaigns.
INJURED BY FALLING TREE
with the candidates nominated and wagon when hei was a small boy, and and refreshments followed.
going without food he had to endure
The meeting is being held under the intense cold.
in some instances it is likely that they settled at Eagle Creek, where
While working in the Logan dis
“ sticker” candidates will receive r he resided all his life.
RECEPTION HELD FOR COOKS the auspices o f the republican coun - ■
He was brought into town the first trict Monday Charlie Hicinbotham
large vote, and it is possible that
of the week and is now at the Esta and his son-in-law, Frank McGraw
There was a large attendance of
He was married to Margaret Judd
some o f the offices will be filled b;| in 1876, his wife having died in 1925. members and friends o f the M. E, Stephens is local chairman, and is cada hotel where he is recuperatin' both received quite severe injuries
men whose names do not appear on but five children survive: Mrs. Linda church at the reception Friday for in charge of arrangements for the from his experience. Aside from when a large limb struck them. Mr.
frostbitten feet he is not expected tc Hicinbotham’s hand and arm were
Hoffmeister, Mrs. Julia Richey, and Rev. C. T. Cook, who was returned;
All the republican candidates fori suffer any lasting effects from the badly bruised and McGraw was hit/
Wiley, Ernest and Pleasant Douglass. and his wife, and Rev. and Mrs. J^
MATSON RESIDENCE SOLD
the different county officers are ex- j exposure.
on the head. Shortly afterward Me-’
He is also survived by 15 grand chil F. Dunlop, who have returned to Es
Dan Matson has sold his residence
pected to be present, and everyone
Graw cut his leg severely with the ax.
dren. 4 great grand children and two
on the corner o f Second and Curriri
is invited to attend, according to Mr. BORING COMMUNITY CLUB
sisters and two brothers, Mrs. Vinnio able to attend on account o f illness.
streets to Mrs. R. T. Carter. It is
Stephens. The program will start at
PROGRAM OCTOBER 20
RETURNS FROM TOUR
J. G. Hayman gave the address of
Gordon of Carson, Wash., Mrs. Ann
said the place will receive many im
T. E. Hammersby o f the Currins-
Eastland of The Dalles, Lafe Doug welcome and in response Rev. Cook
provements in the spring. Mr. Mat-
Saturday night the Boring com ville district has just returned from,
lass o f Dufur, and George Douglass expressed pleasure in again being per
son is negotiating for another res
munity club will put on a good pro a 25 day tour of Oregon, Idaho and
of Portland, beside numerous other mitted to take this charge.
W. J. Faubian is away on his sec gram and have a social evening at Nevada, where he went on business
idence in the east part o f the city.
Dunlop gave a short talk and Miss ond deer hunt for the season, going
the I. O. O. F. hall for the benefit of He is a former member o f the Port
Ethel Hayman gave two piano solos. to Haines this time. Faubian is a
NEW MOUNTAIN HOME
the light fund of the Boring school* land police department, having served
P. T. A. TO MEET
Refreshments were served at the well known pioneer near Welches.
Mrs. S. Barger, Portland, who pur
on the force for more than twenty
Estacada P. T. A. will meet Tues close o f the program.
CRIBBING UNDER WAY
chased three acres on the Mt. Hood
years. He has resided in this vicinity
day, October 23, at the high school.
NEW SCHOOL BUILDING VOTED,
AT BRIGHWOOD only a short time.
loop plans to build a fine residence
A business meeting will be held at
this winter or spring for a summer
Welches consolidated district, vot
7 :30 after which a program and social
Several county workmen are put
SCHOOL TO GIVE PROGRAM
home. Geo. W. Pinner, a Portland
ed Friday night to build a modern,
hour will be given.
Mr. and Mrs. James Gardner have
The Springwater school will give
stone mason also bought a large lot
fireproof school buliding at Welches. ting in additional cribbing in the
moved to Portland on account of
Last a Halloween program and basket so*
from Faubian, and will build a large
The directors are said to have auth Sandy river at Brightwood.
L. M. TICE IN SANDY
Mr. Gardner’s health.
cial on Friday, Oct. 26, at 8 p. m.
stone house on the same, probably
ority to expend $4000 and to incur
L. M. Tice, prominent Marmot resi
Mrs. J. W. Kiger o f Tillamook is an indebtedness not to exceed $8000. washed out, which endangered a
starting work on same this winter. dent, was in Sandy looking after busi
in Estacada visiting her mother, Mrs. Each district rounded up a good at number o f homes.
Mrs. J. H. McIntyre, Brightwood says ness recently.
The birthday anniversary o f A.
S. Sturgeon, and Miss Maude Stur tendance o f voters, Welches having
her husband has sold three lots the
Mr. and Mrs. Oakley Glenn o f Smith, manager o f the Estacada Telj
past month, one o f which was bought PROCTOR SAYS HE WON’T,
33; Brightwood 32. Each district
Portland visited at the home of the ephone company, was celebrated Sat
by Theo. Lammeraux, o f Sandy Lum
FRINEDS SAY HE WILL
Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Allen o f Mar naturally wanted the building in its
former’s uncle, William Glenn, last urday evening at the I. O. O. F. hall
ber company colony.
mot were in Estacada Tuesday night district. The board is: W. J. Hickey,
with a card party to which a large
Fred L. Proctor insists he will not to attend the Eastern Star meeting. | Mrs. W. A. Alcorn, Mrs. J. T. Mc Sunday.
number o f friends were invited. Wmi
MITCHELLS MOVE TO TOWN
be a candidate for the mayorship They were accompanied by their sis- j Intyre, and Mrs. Irene Alt, clerk.
SANDY HAS AN UP-TO-THE-
Weingart o f the U-Need-A Bakery
Mr. and Mrs. Ned Mitchell have o f Sandy. His friends insist he will. ter-in-law, Mrs. M. Wright o f Oak- j
MINUTE DRUG STORE made the birthday cake, which was a
moved from the country into Sandy, The time is short, if there is any land, California.
FINE JERSEYS SOLD
large and beautifully decorated one.
and are occupying the Proctor cot dark horse to run he had better be
Sandy boosts of their up-to-the-
During the past ten days Wm.
Wm. Glenn, a prosperous farmer
tage next to Harpers.
living east o f Estacada, is improving Fischer, prominent Sandy dairyman, minute drug store, owned and oper
sold two young jersey herd sires, one ated by It. E. Esson, assisted by
BERGLUNDS MOVE TO SANDY his residence by building an addition
going to Wm. Sajes o f Gresham, an Clair Nolan, registered pharmacist.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Berglund
other to Glenn Drake o f Clackamaft.
The arrangement o f the store is
(Amelia Krebs) who were burned out
F. W. Lawrence o f Portland, broth Mr. Drake also purchased a cow from very attractive, both inside and out
during the recent Bear Creek Log,
the Fischer herd.. Wm. Jocelyn, 4 side appearance, the building being
ging fire have rented the former er o f G. E. Lawrence o f Estacada,
prominent local farmer and dairy constructed o f stone, with large dis
Margaret Gray house from Mildred was mixed up in an automoble acci:
Entirely new in style and design,
■ lent Monday while coming from the man also purchased a very promising play windows.
Estacada O. E. S. had its annual Gray.
more striking colors, plus fine per
coast, but escaped without injury. He
home coming Tuesday night in con*
o f the purest o f drugs and chemi formance, feature both creations of
BULB SALE TO BE HELD
was driving a large car which skidded
nection with the regular meeting of
JACK SCALES WORSE
cals obtainable. The stock is com the new “ 65” and “ 75” Chrysler«.
the chapter. A banquet was served • The Estacada Garden club will on loose gravel and turned over.
»Standardized quality permits low
Mrs. Scales was called to the city plete in every detail. Attention is
Rev. C. T. Cook drove to Portland Tuesday afternoon as a message
to 75 at 7 o’clock.
er prices than ever before. Greater
There were many visitors present October 20, at the Broadway garage, Wednesday with Mrs. Cook to visit came from the hospital that Mr.
ber goods, first aid supplies, com comfort, internal expanding brakes,
including Elizabeth Corothers, pres Anyone having plants or bulbs to do the physician who is taking care of Scales was worse. Friends are all
plete line o f prepared remedies, and “ silver dome” cylinder head are
ident o f the O. E. S. cheer club of
anxious about Jack and his serious an up-to-date fountain serving both among the new developments. Chrys
Oregon, Mrs. M. Wright o f Oakland, bers o f the club or not, may bring
Marshal James Norris went into condition casts a gloom over the hot ami cold drinks during the cold ler announces in the new 65 and 75
Marie Santeeson o f Antelope, Mrs. M.
the most artistic and distinctive, the
the mountains one day last week and town.
Kiger o f Bay City, Mrs. Adella Burns nr bulb must be wrapped and labeled came back the same day with a deer
most radical, daring and stylish cre
Sale will start at 10
LEHNFIELDS LOSE CABIN
o f Portland, Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Wall separately.
ations, and the most luxurious car
weighing 145 pounds, dressed.
During the Bear Creek Logging
o f Springwater, Lucy Seidel, Gladys!
ever built at any where near their
Members o f the Garden club aro
fire which covered an area o f 7OOQ
Ganger, Josephine Ganger, Mr. and
prices. They also are the largest*
acres, the three-room cabin belong ter and note the added bargains each ! fastest, garceful and most comforta
Mrs. George Townsend and Mr. and planning to raise a few dollars to buy
ing to Mr. and Mrs. L. Lehnfield,
Mrs. Lester Townsend, members of trees to plant in various places in the
ble, a.q well as the smoothest and
city to beautify the place and they the Estacada grounds Friday (this) Sandy, in the Three Six section, was
Mr. and Mrs. Erenst Hirte of , quietest at every speed, according to
The Estacada past matron’s club hope that the sale will be a success.
Portland visited Mr. and Mrs. W. E. | the claim made by the company.
Dr. Crow has returned to Estacada
presented a play, "Female Masons,”
at the Home Restaurant Sunday, j Fleetness and nimbleness are empha
to spend the winter, after a visit to
Bob Marchbank is improving but
which was replete with comical situ»
Mrs. Mollie Bates was among tho ] sized in every detail.
When not busily engaged in his British Columbia and with his son in was unable to be at his place o f bus
ations and clever sayings and brought
Various 65 and 75 body styles are
number from Estacada who attended
work at the Faraday power plant Seattle for several months.
iness this week.
loud applause from the audience.
display at the flessel Implement
Ray Keith puts in his spare time
De company’s show rooms at Gresham.
Walter Scrutton took some of hi; gle Creek Monday afternoon.
At Pamona grange held last week clearing land across the river which arrived Tuesday evening to visit her
ceased was an old settler o f that sec A card or phone call will bring one
at Milwaukie Mrs. Clara Hicinbotham he owns and where he expect-s to sister, Mrs. Elizabeth Allen, for a few I choice dahlias to the show in Port
to your door for inspection.
build his home.
o f Estacada was elected treasurer.
FUNERAL SERVICES HELD
FOH 0L0 PIONEEER
0. E. 5. HOLDS ANNUAL
HOME COMING PROGRAM
TUESDAY AT THEATRE
A NEW 65 AND 67