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LA DEE 6UNKH0USES
DESTROYED BY FIRE
M A T E R IA L
B EIN G
R E PL A C E B U ILD IN C S AND
NUM BER 9
E S T A C A D A , OREGON, F R ID A Y , N O V EM B E R 30, 1928
VO LUM K X X III
A destructive fire which started in
the oil house at the LaDee Logging
camp Saturday evening at about 7
o’clock consumed all the bunk houses
and the employes were without shel
ter that night and were obliged to
come to Estacada and were taken
into Portland Sunday morning.
The dining hall and cook house
was saved, also some o f the cottages
occupied by families.
There were about one hundred men
employed at the camp, who
thrown out o f work, and it is not
known when operations will be re
No estimate was given as to the
loss incurred. Many o f the men lost
their clothing and personal effects,
amounting in some instances to $200
per man, it is said.
The destroyed buildings are to be
replaced immediately, lumber having
been shipped this week and other
material is bein assembled as rapidly
Twenty-one kegs of
nails went up on the train Wednes
A crew o f men are engaged ir.
building a road out from Camp 1 1-2
which when completed will ,.!!ow ad
ditional logging operations, and will
also mean the employment o f a larger
force o f men.
While the fire would not have d -
layed work very long, ordinarily, it
is believed that logging operations
will not be resumed to any great ex
tent until after the first o f the year.
By the time the new camp is com
pleted it w ill about the usual time
fo r closing fo r the holidays.
Mr. and Mrs. Alb ert Bell o f Sandy
are parents o f a new baby boy, Earl
Edward, born at the Gresham hospi
tal November 21. This makes a trio
o f boys at the Bell home, besides
Ellsworth, an older son o f Mr. Bell.
The mother and little one are fine.
Guests of Mrs. Esson
The follow ing Sandy folks had din
ner with Mrs. Edna Esson at Corval
lis recently: Mr. and Mrs. P. T. Shel
ley, Jonnie Shelley, Mary Jane Duke
Mrs. N ell Pence, and R. E. Esson.
Dorothy and Ruth Esson were a's
present, also Mr. and Mrs. L. Mc
Nulty, form er Sandy folks.
Fred Junker at Panama Canal
A short letter from Fred Junker
o f Sandy, dated the 13th, said his
boat was passing through the Pan
ama Canal, and Fred was so busy
“ looking” he did not write much
He is delighted with his trip, and
will be in New York this month. He
has been promoted to cabin messman
which means he is waiting table for
officers, which is not a hard job.
P H Y L L IS H AV E R , A BLONDE
V A M P ! IN J A N N IN G S FILM
Phyllis Haver, golden haired and
blue-eyed, learned many years be
fore Anita Loos made her great dis
Providence intended that
Phyllis should be a magnet fo r mas
culinity wherever it is found.
So it was natural that she should
find her way to pictures, or rather
that pictures should find their way
to her. And it was also natural that
Paramount should select Phyllis to
play Mayme, the irresistible woman
o f the world, in “ The W ay o f All
Flesh,” Emil Jannings’ first Am eri
can starring production, which will
be the feature at the Liberty Theatre
at Estacada Sunday and Monday.
Miss Haver, whose best role up to
the Jannings pictures was in “ What
Price G lory” was born in Douglas,
O 'H aver but the O went overboard
when Mack Sennett discovered this
young beauty and made her famous
via his comedies. One o f her out
standing early dramatic roles was in
"T h e Christian.” Phyllis’ initial pic
ture fo r Paramount was "S in ger Jim
M cKee.” H er most recent work has
been in “ The Nervous W reck,” “ No
Control” and "Blonde fo r a Night.”
KELSO B A Z A A R GOES O V E R ;
F IF T Y D O LLAR S EAR NE D
The Rebekah benefit show at the
Kelso bazaar went over nicely Sat
brought out a large audience. The
urday night, some fif t y dollars being
picture was a good one and the min
realized. The house was packed and
strel part o f the progrum was omitted
the community was a unit in enjoy
on account o f the illness o f two of
SLIG H T IN C R E A SE O VE R T H A T ing the affair. A short program pre
the performers, which was quite a
ceded the auction which was con
The music for the
OF 1928 R EPO RTED BY THE
duced by R. Jonsrud.
Mrs. A. C.
occasion was furnished by Mrs. Ahl
BUDGET C O M M ITTE E
Baumback was awarded a quilt. The
berg and Mrs. Retha Kiggins.
program consisted o f many accordion
■ommittee o f
Rebekahs sold $10
numbers by Julius Eckleman, and the
worth o f homemade candy.
OREGON C IT Y , Nov. 28.— The following numbers: songs, primary
1929 budget fo r Clackamas county pupils; recitations, Edward
Firwood Votes 10 Mill Tax
Firwood people, at the road meet- completed Monday and made public George Hempe; vocal solo, ’ Ramona,'
ng Saturday, voted a 10 mill tax by the budget committee and the Jaydene Nelson; piano solo,
tour-tenths o f which will be applied county court, will call fo r the total Dorothy Jonsrud, Mrs. Gertrude Ha
>n the Langenson road, adjoining the expenditure o f $954,204.20 during worth; reading, Mrs. Albert Jonsrud;
’ ity limits o f Sandy and six-tenths the year. This figure represents an dialogue, “ The Editor’s Busy Day.”
increase o f $38,943.20 over the 1928
an the Hart road. Henry Keisicke
Mrs. Kubitza Hostess
was re-elected road supervisor.
The total appropriated in the gen
Mrs. Thomas Kubitza was hostess
eral county fund amounts to $434,- to the Sandy River V alley social
Miss Saunders Conducts Service
Miss Saunders, Portland, conduct 641.90 as compared to $312,812.98 club Wednesday. Present were the
The hostess, Frances Kubitza, Mrs. Hart-
’d services at Sandy Community for the 1928
■hurch Sunday night.
Her 13-yeai emergency fund has been increased sell and Topsy, Mrs. Frank Bittner,
old brother, who sings over the radio from $32,000 to $40,000 and the es- Mrs. Fred Gilbert and baby, Miss Lu
gave special numbers at the service .¡mated receipts are $35,500 and in cille Harris, Mrs. Harris, Mrs. Stout,
Miss Saunders has spoken frequently 1928 the amount was listed at $31,- Anna Stout, Mrs. Mary Nichols, Mrs.
Itiggle. Mrs. Nichols will entertain
The budget committee set aside next month.
$50,000 as a sinking fund for a new
Cherryville Votes 10 Mills
Cherryville road district voted s> :ourthouse, allowed the county fail- Sandy Grade Has Additional Pupils
10 mill special road tax. H. Schnel hoard $3500 to carry on the fair, and
ler resgned as road supervisor and $5000 fo r improvements on the fair Greene place have now located east
Fay Shank took the job. Thos. Ku- grounds. The state fa ir and interna o f town and started five children to
Their ages are 6, 7, 8, 9
>itza was appointed foreman o f the tional livestock show exhibits from school.
work to be done on the middle road. llackamas county were given a fund old 10 and are all from one family.
R. C. Murray acted as secretary o f ¡1200. A fund o f $500 was estab- Their name is Belding and they came
ished fo r making o f ownership maps from Twin Falls.
for the county.
The request o f the W. C. T. U. fo r
$10,000 to construct a Clackamas
.•ounty cottage at the children’s farm
lome at Corvallis was rejected.
Following are the allowances fo r
he various departments fo r 1929:
Sandy Jersey farms are holding
Sandy and vicinity is saddened by
Circuit court, $7500; county court, their own, both fo r production and
he passing o f Celeste McIntyre, 14
15700; justice court, $5000; sheriff, sales.
laughter o f Mr. and Mrs. G. O. Me
>15000; tax department, $11,555;
The latest sales from Firwooden
Celeste, a very bright, at-
:ounty clerk, $8875; recorder, $7071; Farm, Anton Malar shipped four fine
ractive girl, was a freshman in San
officer, $2100; treasurer, Jersey herd sires— two
ly union high school, attended the
¡4410; assessor, $12,110; health offi-, Washington to prominent dairymen,
3rightwood school until last spring
■er, $7680; coroner, $900; school su- one to head a bull association block
vhen she moved to Sandy and grad-
xerintendent, $7870; auditor, $2500; at Skamawaka, and another will head
lated from the eighth grade.
ourt house $4670.
a bull association block in Utah.
H er illness came on duri,.£ the fall
The estimates o f the county high
The latter, a son o f Rosaire’s Bess,
>ut she was not down until recently.
chool tuition fund are $103,237 fo r has a record o f 819 pounds o f but-
Last rites were held Monday at
929, as compared to $88,000 last terfa t and 16,686 pounds o f milk.
/inley’s with interment at Mt. Scott
'ear; county school and library fund, Still another sire was shipped to N e
where her sister is buried. Her par-
¡156,825; market road fund, $75,000 vada.
■nts and one brother, Leonard, sur
;ame as last year; an increase o f
/ive, also her grand parents, Mr. and
15000 in the general road fund to
Dinner Guests o f Etwoods
Mrs. J. T. McIntyre, pioneers o f
1220 , 000 .
Mr. and Mrs. U. H. Elwood of
The total revenues are placed at Portland were dinner guests o f Mr.
¡35,000 and estimated receipts from and Mrs. Forest Elwood in Estacada
5ANDY EM BR O ID ER Y CLUB
M EETS W IT H MRS. REED >ther sources are, state funds for Sunday.
■chools, $22,229; market road fund
Mrs. Harry Reed was hostess Mon- rom the state, $75,000; motor vehi
'ay night to the Sandy Embroidery cle fund, $70,000.
The club voted to have a
Items in the general fund are:
The Mountain Cheer club will hold
hristm s tree and special
social "•rioting $2000, relief $22000, wel- its next meeting at the home o f Mrs.
¡me on the night o f December 17, a\ are department $1700, widow's pen- Elizabeth Allen on Tuesday a fte r
he home o f Miss Edna Thompson. don $14000, soldiers’ pensions $1500 noon, December 4, at 1:30. A ll East
Mrs. H. Schneider will entertain the nsane $100, elections $7000, county ern Stars are invited.
lub n( xt Monday night.
Present igent $2450, club leader $1895, cat-
Miss Bessie Anderson, guardian of
le indemnity $3000, scalp bounty the Camp Fire girls, entertained the
were Mrs. Ivan Yost, Mrs. Nichols
Mrs. Emil Bittner,
Mrs. Clarence 5450, tax rebates $500.
girls Monday night at a ceremonial
Forest patrol county $1000, state meeting, at the Mae Reed home. The
drown, Mrs. Schneider, Mrs. Lundy
Mrs. H. Perret and Amanda, Gladys ¡500, damages $2500, auditing $900, young ladies report apleasa nt time.
Strowbridge, Bertha McGinnis, Hat etire warrants $10,000, interest on
A fam ily by the name o f Arm
tie Dahrens, Miss Kammerer, Mrs. warrants $5000, redeem road bonds strong has moved into the residence
Frank Gannon, Mrs. Dittert, Laura 560,000, interest on road bonds $76,- on Zobrist street form erly owned by
100, emergency $40,000, accident in- J. J. Penner.
(eisicker, and the hostess.
urance and compensation $10,000,
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Linn were in
In Estacada From Centralia
’ ourt house sinking fund $50,000, Estacr.da last Friday, returning to
Mr. and Mrs. W illis
Fasel and iwnership maps $500, state and inter
Portland Saturday morning. They are
.hildren o f Centralia, Wash., were in national livestock exhibits $1200, dis-
visiting at the home o f Mrs. Linn’s
Estacada this week to spend Thanks rict attorney $1000; total $316,595.
giving with Mr. Fasel’s parents, Mr.
The date o f the annual
Mrs. Forest Pitts and little daugh-
and Mrs. A. H. Fasel.
The senior meeting will be set this week by the
I te f o f Ci rand view, Idaho, are here vis
Mr. Fasel is local manager for the county officials.
The budget is iting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. H.
Jackson Lumber company.
signed by John R. Oatfield, chairman; Fasel.
J. W. Kruse, secretary; W. A. Proc
G. P. Rose, H. C. Stephens, and
Garfield Couple Weds
tor, R. A. Wright, J. R. Hall and G. Fred Bartholomew went to Portland
More than f if t y relatives and H. Brown.
Thursday evening to attend a past
friends assembled at the home o f Mr.
master’s meeting o f the Masonic
and Mrs. M. G. Weatherby in the
Makes First Team at O. S. A. C.
Garfield district Wednesday evening,
Florence Reed o f Estacada, junior
School closed Wednesday evening
November 28, to witness the mar n home economics, has been placed
riage o f Miss Ruth Ayers to Leonard >n the first team o f the junior vol- fo r the Thanksgiving holidays and
Anders, both residents o f Garfield. eyball squad. O f 236 women reg- will not assemble again until next
Rev. C. T. Cook o f Estacada Metho stered in volleyball, 68 have been Monday morning.
Mrs. W. H. Grabeel and Mrs. Fred
dist church, performed the ceremony. placed on class teams.
A ll o f the
Leihanimer drove to Gladstone W ed
eight teams will play
nesday on a business mission.
Here From Portland
night from November 23 to December
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Barr celebrated
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Hirte and >. Championship tilts have bt en
Thanksgiving Thursday by entertain
fam ily o f Portland were visitors o f scheduled fo r December 6 and 7.
ing Mrs. Barr’s parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Hall o f Estacada
J. W. Cahill honoring the sixty-eighth
Springwater Makes Levy
Springwater road district voted a biithday anniversary o f Mr. Cahill.
Thomas Yocum is reported to be
Get New Ford Cars
$3850 tax and re-elected H. O. Cro
J. C. Moreland and A. G. Muir mer as supervisor. Dover voted a 10 quite seriously ill at his home in Es
have each recently received their new mill tax; Dodge 10 mills; Bull Run tacada.
The fam ily o f Earl H. DeClark,
two-door Ford sedans and Russell 10 mills; Sandy 3 mills; Cherryville
Reed has his new four-door Ford se 10 mills; Damascus 5 mills and Lower foreman at the News o ffice, is quar
dan, all purchased from the Bob Highlands 10 mills. But two districts antined at their home in Portland
Cooke Motor company o f Estacada.
in the county reporting failed to vote fo r scarlet fever.
Am ong those on the sick list this
an additional road tax.
Garden Club te Meet
week are Mayor Elect L. A. Chapman
There will be a meeting o f the Es
The Sandy vicinity residents, A r and Councilman Elect A rt Perry. J.
tacada Garden club at the home o f thur Woodcock and Earl Day, re K. Ely has been suffering with a
Mrs. A. G. Ames, Monday afternoon, cently received delivery
on their cold, hut is somewhat improved at
Fords, bought o f Bob Smith.
R E B E K A H SHOW E N T E R T A IN IN G
CELESTE M clNYTRE
BUDGET FOR G0UN1Y
WILL TOTAL $954,204
SANDY DAIRYM EN SHIP
FINE JERSEY STOCK
JURY FAILS 10 AGREE
IN EARL JONES CASE
E N T E R T A IN S K E LSO C LU B
Mrs. Gilbert Eri was hostess last
week to the Kelso club, the follow in g
being present: Mrs. Rich, Mrs. G.
nuck, Mrs. Herbert Huck, Mrs. E
Herz, Mrs. R. C. Spooner, Mildtvd
Decker, Mrs. Dolan, Mrs. M. Kligel,
N E W T R A IL FOR BORING YO U TH
Mis. Albert Jonsrud, Mrs. ('has. Ha
worth, Mrs. Peterson, Mrs. J. H ol
C H AR G ED W IT H D Y N A M IT -
man, Mrs. G. Hempe, Mrs. Pulil, Mrs.
ING HOME L A S T M AY
VVm. Becker, Mrs. Baumback, Ida
Jarl, Mrs. C. F. Anderson, Mrs. Eri.
Refreshments were a feature, also
A fte r deliberating twelve hours
work for the bazaar o f
Saturday afternon and evening the
jury in the case o f Earl Jones, charg
ed with murder, reported that there
Many Attend Funeral R ite»
was no possibility o f reaching a de
Many Sandy people attended tho
cision and were discharged by Judge last rites o f Celeste M cIntyre Mon
J. U. Campbell at Oregon City.
day in Portland. The freshman class
According to the foreman of the o f the high school attended in a body
jury, tw enty-five ballots were taken also several lodges o f which Celeste’s
and fo r most part they were equally parents are members. The flowers
divided fo r conviction and acquittal. were wonderful.
None were in favor o f a first degree
murder conviction, and but one in
favor o f second degree murder. The
Fred Leihammer, Standard Oil
deliberation was on a manslaguhter agent at this place, has been trans
conviction, the vote being seven for ferred to Gladstone and with Mrs.
conviction to five fo r acquittal.
Leihammer will move to their new
Jones had been out on bond fo r home next week. Mr. Leihammer
some time, and unless he can give will make regular deliveries to Esta
bond, a new jury will be called at cada and they will not be so fa r o f f
once fo r another trial, it was reported but that their many friends here
from Oregon City. The next regular will see them often.
jury term will not be held fo r about
Returns From Hood River
Mrs. A. S. Hassell and youngest
Earl was charged with having dy
namited the home o f his parents near son Hugh, returned from Hood River
Boring lust spring. In the explosion Monday evening. They had been at
the boy's stepmother and step brother Hood River fo r some time with her
was killed, while the father lost a leg daughter, and assisted in the apple
and other members o f the family harvest and pack.
more or less injured.
The ju ry
hearing the case was
Fred Riebhoff, Oregon C ity Route 2;
Hiram Straight, Oregon C ity; L. E.
Sickler, Gladstone; D. S. Young, W il-
sonville; Richard Simms, Beaverton;
Martie S. Brown, Oswego; Charles
Brandt, Canby; Mrs. May Robertson,
G arfield; Edward Shearer, Spring-
water; W. A. Ulrich, Happy V alley;
John D. Bluhm, Beaver Creek and A.
E. Carpenter, Marquam.
Currinsville Aid Entertains
The Currinsville Ladies Aid enter
tained the members o f their families
evening with a 7
o’clock dinner. There were 87 at the
tables and a general social time was
enjoyed. These dinners are annual
Wm. Gilgan III
William Gilgan, proprietor o f Gil-
gan’s Furniture Exchange, has been
unable to be at his place o f business
Now Uses City W ater
fo r several days on account o f illness.
The well o f Mrs. Mary Strucken o f He is suffering with an attack o f
Sandy, caved in a few days ago, and neuritis.
her son-in-law persuaded her to have
city water installed. Mrs. Strucken
P. T. A. M EETS
is now delighted and would not go
The P. T. A. meeting at the grade
back to the old well again. She was school building Tuesday afternoon
the last in town to have the water was quite well attended. In the ab
sence o f the president, Mrs. R. R.
Cooke, the vice president, rMs. L. W.
F A M IL Y FROM A R L IN G T O N
Yocum, presided. The pupils in the
LO C ATE S IN SA N D Y first and second grades furnished an
The Neilson family have moved in
tions o f vital importance concerning
the Strucken house recently vacated
the school were discussed.
by Thos. Hoffm an, and little Asger
has entered Mrs. Zenger’s room in
Sandy Grade Xmai Program Dec. 21
the grade school.
Mrs. Neilson is
Sandy grade school Christmas pro
the mother o f Mrs. Arthur Russell,
gram will be given at the union high
who live in one o f the Esson houses.
school December 21. A splendid en
tertainment is being prepared.
Meets Relatives in City
Clair Nolan, young Sandy drug
Basketball Meeting Called
gist, went to the city Sunday night
Notice is given of a basketball
to meet an uncle and aunt who were
meeting to be held at the city hall,
passing through the city. Nolan re
Friday evening at 7:30.
interested in basketball is urged to
be present, as it will be decided at
this time whether Estacada is to have
Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Dittert o f San
a town basketball team this season.
dy, celebrated the latter’s birthday
and also Thanksgiving with a big
Take» Injured C ycliit to Hospital
Albert A lt took one o f the motor
John Thoensen, Portland, and R. E
cycle endurancec ontestants to the
Esson, Sandy postmaster. Mrs. Dit
city at 3 o ’clock Sunday morning,
tert was remembered with gifts.
the man suffering from an arteral
by running into a
B U Y SPR ING H ATS IN OCTOBER wound caused
The Miller girls o f Sandy who are parked car near Orient,
raced in from a side road. Dr. A.
now in Australia write they bought
their spring hats last month, and go Williams was called on the case.
to the beach often as it is very warm
there. The blue laws are enforced
very strictly. Nothing is open Sat
urday and Sunduy. Saturday people
take their outings, and are very quiet
on Sundays, attending church as a
rule. A t the knitting mills where the
girls work no help may be hired on
Saturday or Sunday, or arrest fo l
Move» to Town
J. A. Kiggins has moved with his
family from Springwater to the resi
dence o f Julius K rieger where they
will remain until the fisrt o f the year.
Mr. Giggins is remodeling and mak
ing improvements on the interior o f
his country home.
Mr». Minnie Ea»h III
Mrs. Minnie Eash o f Garfield, past
worthy chaplain, and at present flora
o f the Clackamas county
grange, is at the Robert C. C offey
hospital in Portland. She has been
treatments and her
condition is critical. She expects to
return home soon.
Rally Program at M. E. Church
The rally day program at the M. E.
church last Sunday morning, entitled
“ The Gateway o f Tom orrow,” was
especially interesting and entertain
ing. Each class in the Sunday school
had a part and the little folks did
well, nothwithstanding the short time
A fence was built
across the altar with a gate, which
all entered as they came to their part
in the program. The decorations
were very pretty and the program
was carried out beautifully.
Cradle Roll which is under the super
vision of Mrs. W. E. Buell, had a part
in the exercises and each one o f the
18 members received a diploma, J. G.
Dayman, Sunday school superintend
ent, making the presentations. Quite
a number o f the babies were there
and most o f them were on their good
behavior, hut not quite enough so far
the program to be carried out as ar
ranged. There was a large audience
and all enjoyed the program. Rev.
Cook gave a Thanksgiving sermon in