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LEGION POSI 10 BE
BUSINESS MEN HOSTS
NUM BER 17
E S T A C A D A , OREGON, F R ID A Y , J A N U A R Y 25, 1929
V O LU M E X X III
AU C T IO N SALE OF GIGER
P R O PE R T Y W E D N E SD A Y
GILBERT HEDGES OF
OREGON CITY, OEAD
M AX G ILG A N B R E AK S ARM
W H IL E P L A Y IN G A T SCHOOL
02,0001 III PRIZES OFFERED
Max Gilgan, youngest son o f Mr.
The personal property o f the late ,
and Mrs. William Gilgan o f Estacada,
David Giger will be held Wednesday,
fell and broke his left arm in two
January 30, at the place known a? l
places just above the wrist, Wednes
B A N Q U E T F R ID A Y FOR S TATE the Huxley farm, three miles east o f P R O M IN E N T A T T O R N E Y . A F T E R
day at noon.
He was playing on
Estacada. The list includes four
O FFICE R S W H O W IL L A T
SH O R T ILLN E SS, PASSE S;
some bars in the play shed at the
TE N D C O NFEREN CE
BORN IN OREGON.
Folks, here’s one o f the most lib
Estacada grade school when the ac C O U N T Y COM M ISSIONER
bull, several head o f pigs and brood
PROCTOR IN AC C ID E N T eral propositions ever made to the
happened. Dr. W. W. Gilbert
sows, flock o f sheep, farm machinery,
Business men o f Estacada are be
OREGON C IT Y , Jan. 24.— A fte r and his mother immediately took him
people o f Eastern Clackamas county.
tools and implements, team o f horses,
ing invited by the local post o f th
a b rief illness, Gilbert L. Hedges, to Oregon City fo r an x-ray examina
Commissioner W. A. Proctor and The News is giving two fine new
blacksmith tools, household
American Legion to attend a ban
prominent attorney o f this city, died tion, and then his arm was put in a P. T. Shelley had a near headon col automobiles and other prizes in ex
and a large list o f smaller items.
quet at the Estacada hotel. This is
at the Oregon City hospital W ednes cast. He is getting along fine and lision Tuesday
near the change for your spare time in col
W. J. Giger o f Molalla, brother o f
the date o f the district conference,
place, between Sandy and lecting subscriptions.
probably will be back in school in a Jerger
the deceased, has been appointed ad
and a large number o f Legionnaires
He was the son o f Joseph Hedges few days.
Shelley is suffering painful
The first prize is a fine Plymouth
ministrator o f the estate and has au-
from the d ifferen t posts o f the dis
and Ellen Judith Hedges, early Ore
cuts about the face.
Proctor was Chrysler four-door sedan. The sec
thorized the sale.
trict, as well as citizens o f Estacada
gon pioneers, and was born at Ca- C AM P FIRE G IR LS B E N E FIT
not hurt. Both cars wore considera ond prize is a new six-cylinder Chev
mew o f Estacada is the auctioneer
will be guests o f Carl Douglass post.
nemah, January 9, 1874. He spent
SHOW W E L L P A T R O N IZE D bly damaged.
rolet coach. Radios, cash prizes and
and Fred L. Proctor o f the C lacka-!
The Legion has been planning for
his boyhood days in Canemah and
other valuable articles are included
mas County Bank o f Sandy is clerk.
some time to arrange a banquet and
LE ASE S DO UG LASS PLAC E
at the age o f 15 he entered Phillips
There was a full house Tuesday
in this g ift list.
For further information and terms of
get-together meeting with the busi
academy at Andover, Mass.
Later night at the Liberty Theatre in Esta
sale see ad in this week’s News.
These prizes are to be given on
ness men o f the community, and at
he entered Yale university from cada to see the pictures and hear the
Portland has April 6 to the men and women se
the time o f the visit o f the depart
which he graduated in 1896, and re program given by the Lewa Camp purchased a two year lease on the
B A S K E T B A L L G AM E A T
curing the most business fo r the
ment commander, Ben Fisher, it was
ceived the degree o f LL. B. from the Fire group o f girls. Jackie Coogan Dave Douglass place from C. Chris
HIGH SCHOOL GYM. T p N IG H T
Clackamas County News.
decided would be the opportune time |
Yale law school in 1898.
in “ Buttons” was the feature picture tianson, who moved on the farm late no special training to win one o f
to hold such a meeting. The ideals
A fte r returning to the West, he and the comedy was entertaining. last fall. For a time the Christian
Molalla high school
these fine cars.
The chances are
and purposes o f the organization can
boys' basketball teams will come to located in Oregon City fo r the prac The Camp Fire girls opened their sons will live at the Sam Cox place. they both will be won by some one
be better understood when explained
Estacada Friday evening fo r a ti.t tice o f his profession and in 1901 program with a chorus, in which all The Irelands have five children and who never before tried their hand
by the leaders o f this organization.
with the Estacada high school teams. was elected to the general assembly took part. Then followed a reading Ireland talks o f raising mink. Geo. at selling anything. No investment
The conference is to be held in the
by Glen Cary; duet by Lois Bates Beers,, Sandy realtor, arranged the on the part o f the men or women,
These contests promise to be excit o f Oregon.
afternoon, starting at 3 o’clock, and
He was district attorney fo r Clack and Lois Smith, “ Down by the Old lease.
ing from start to finish, and the stu-1
boys or girls, who will win the big
iwll be attended
by officers and
dent body is asking fo r the patronage amas county eight years, a fter which Mill Stream.” The characters in the
prizes. The News furnishes all the
The banquet of the public.
he returned to private practice, and “ Mellerdramer” were Neva Lemon,
supplies needed, and it does not cost
at the Estacada hotel will start at
was known throughout the county Margaret Nordlund, and Lavena Gra-
you one cent, only your time. You
6 o’clock and, at 8 o’clock a meeting
and state as a speaker. During the beel. Other members who had parts
do not have to be a subscriber o f
will be held in the Odd Fellows’ hall
W orld war he was a four-minute were Katherine Marden and Louise
to which all ex-service men are in
orator and cartoonist.
Armstrong. The girls also realized
The News has more than one thou
vited. The principal address will be
Mr. Hedges was married October a fe w dollars from the sale o f candy.
subscriptions expiring between
delivered by Commander Ben Fisher
3, 1904, to Miss Dorothy Hinsdale
BULL RUN CLUB M EETS
games Friday night were both thrill the first o f this year and the close
and Department Adjutant Carl Mo
Chase, a daughter o f prominent pio
o f the contest on April 6. W e want
John Wilson, R. F. D. carrier o f neers. Besides his widow, he is sur
ser. Legionnaires from St. Helens
The monthly card party was a de ers. Sandy boys earred o f f the hon
men and women to go out and get
Vernonia, Portland, Oregon City and Eagle Creek fo r several years, died vived by two daughters, Judith V., lightful social event at Bull Run com ors, the score being 26 to 17. The
was composed o f C. these renewals, and also new sub
Gresham posts will be here fo r the Wednesdoy morning at his home near who is a student at Sanford uni munity hall, Saturday night. Eleven Sandy team
Wednesday morning, versity, and Barbara H., who is a tables were occupied and a number Bacon, Naas, V. Bacon, G riffin, S. scribers. The person who can bring
conference and the evening meeting. Eagle Creek
in the greatest number o f these, will
. In addition to the “ eats,” talent after an illness o f several weeks. student at the University o f Oregon; o f guests were present who did not Bacon, and Lindrooth and Suckow,
Funeral services are to be held at one sister, Mrs. Mary Jacobs o f St. play. Acting as hostesses were Mrs. substitutes. Estacada team was A n be given the Chrysler fo r his trouble.
fo r special entertainment has beer,
This means the winner o f the first
secured in Portland, including enter the Eagle Creel: church Friday at 1 John, Wash.; three brothers, Joseph Mina Maplethorpe, Mrs. L. E. Keali- derson, Marchbank, Metcalf, Hayden
and second prizes will receive wages
p. m., conducted By Rev. Kirkwood, E. o f Oregon City, W illiam A. o f her and Mrs. Knight.
tainers often heard o f the radio.
Winners o f Munson, and Smith, substitute.
Estacada girls won 30 to 28. The at almost $100 per week fo r the next
The details fo r the conference and burial will be at Estacada.
Barlow and Dr. Fred Hedges o f E v first prizes were Lena Murray and
Mr. Wilson was well known in the erett, Wash.
were completed at a meeting o f the
William Coates; seconds, Mrs. Wm. | teams were— Sandy, Sitz, Maulding,
O f course only two can win cars,
local post Monday evening.
J. C. Eagle Creek district, and held in high
Mr. Hedges was a member o f the Sidell and Mrs. Munz. Refreshments Bennett, Wilkins, Peterson, Hite; sub.
committeeman esteem by all.
Benevolent and Protective Order o f were served and a number from San Anita McCabe. Estacada— M cKin but you do n o t' stand a chance to
ley, Armstrong, W ilcox,
Douglass, lose in this contest. The other prizes
was chosen to act as toastmaster a
The farew ell party in honor of Elks, the Royal Arcanum and the dy attended.
are well worth working for, and in
Rev. nad Mrs. T. I. Kirkwood to be
case you are able to devote only a
W allace Smith, chairman o f the given by the Ladies Aid, will be held
Funeral arrangements will be made Mill Closes During Cold Weather
Justice District Enlarged
small part o f your time to this easy
Practically all work at the mills and
building committee, reported that r r Friday evening, January 25, at the upon the arrival o f the daughter
Dodge, Springwater and Elwood and interesting proposition, you will
camps has closed
o ffe r o f a donation o f fiv e lots ha
Judith from California.
jom e o f Mr. and Mrs. Matt Glover.
the cold weather. Despite the snow, districts have been added to the Esta be paid a cash commission on the
been received from
Twenty ladies attended the meet
SKI T O U R N A M E N T S U N D A Y
work on cabins at the Bear Creek cada justice o f the peace district by business you turn in.
Telegram fo r the proposed Leg o' ing Wednesday afternoon
home o f Mrs. Roy Douglass. Plans
There are two ways you can earn
The building committee was in were made for the farewall party on a big tournament at Swim, next the plant will likely be operating
M A L A R SELLS JERSEY B U LL
It will be a thriller, and j again in two months.
credits that will go toward the win
structed to continue with their plans for the retiring minister who leaves Sunday.
TO O L Y M P IA BREEDER ning o f the prizes.
and to further work out the details February t fo r his new pastorate at will have more expert jumpers than
Mrs. Norris Returns
the recent one. Local people should
week a coupon will be published each
for the new building. There seecs Clatsop Plains.
Anton Malar o f Sandy sold a fine week which can be voted by your
Mrs. James Norris and Mr. Norris’
to be little doubt about the dete -
A fte r the business session, some boost their own Mt. Hood by seeing
purebred Jersey bull calf to W. G. self and friends. These
mination o f the post to build w i‘ hi
■'n" was done, fol'ow in g which a the event and enjoying the snow. mother returned from Portland the
latter part o f last week, where the Kinney o f Olympia, Wash., January count in awarding the prizes just
the next few months.
’ >r ' i■ n~h v. as served and a so The hour will be about 1 :30.
form er was taking treatments. She 17. Mr. Malar hps just received a the same as subscriptions. The vote
The resignation o f Rev. T. I K '
joyed. The next regular
Legislative Bills Posted at Sandy
is reported to be improving slowly. letter from Kenney saying he is very schedule and full rules governing the
wood as chaplain o f the post w s
o f he rid w 'll be he'd at
well pleased with his buy, and mighty contest are announced in the puge*
Senate and house bills will be post
ceived and accepted. Mr. Kirkwoo
,e home o f Mrs. W alter Douglass,
proud o f the calf. The fine animal advertisement in this issue o f the
ed at the Clackamas County Bank
Gresham Cancels Visit
has resigned from the pastorate i f Wednesday afternoon, February 20.
during the legislative session so ev
On account o f illness o f several was the sixth Jersey bull sold from News.
They will not be changed
the Presbyterian churches at Eagle
, Grant Test was called to Portland
Creek, Springwater and George. The Friday on account o f the death o f his eryone may have the opportunity o f members o f the degress staff, Gresh Firwoodeen farm since October 1, during the campaign.
am Rebekahs canceled their visit to five having been shipped out o f the
adjutant was instructed to write the oldest sister, Mrs. Matilda Marshall, studying them.
Read them over carefully and get
Estacada Rebekah lodge Wednesday state.
commander o f the post at Astoria age 71 years, late o f Tonasket, Wn.
Those who start first have
LOSES END OF FIN G E R
evening. They expect to come later.
near where Mr. Kirkwood is locating She is survived by her daughter, Mrs.
the better chance to win. Don’t
B U S H N E L L IL L
that he might become a member of John Suter o f Portland and two sons,
Mrs. G. Zwirman o f the George
think that candidates living in Sandy
On account o f serious illness, Mr.
J. K. E L Y IL L
the Legion there upon his arrival.
or Estacada have a better chance
George D. and John S. Marshall o f district had the misfortune to cut o f f
Some two months ago John K. Ely Bushnell, band leader, did not make
The American Legion
Auxil ary Tonasket, Wash., Mrs. Mary Emily the end o f her first finger on the
than you have in the samller com
had the flu and never entirely re his usual weekly trip to Estacada to
also held a meeting Monday evening Wortman and Mrs. Carolyn M. Bar left hand, next to the joint, while
munity. It is likely that there will
covered. Following this he suffered teach the band and high school or
and a fter the business sessions, a ker o f Portland, sisters; Grant Test cutting kindling one day last week.
be several in each o f those towns
from a fall on the back stairs at chestras Monday and Tuesday. Miss
lunch was served and cards were en o f Eagle Creek and Frank L. Test The injury is healing and seems to
who will try for the big prizes. I f
home, which at the time he paid no Beatrice W ilder o f the high school
you enter from a smaller commun
o f Los Angels, brothers; and Marshall be getting along all right.
Last week he was faculty practiced with the school or
ity you probably will not have any
John Suter o f Portland, a grandson.
obliged to go to his bed and the doc chestra Wednesday as it was to play
competition near you.
Interment was at Rose City cemetery.
tors found that his spine had been fo r the high school play Thursday
Mr. and Mrs. Homer Glover enter
On page s ix .o f The News today
injured. A t the present time, how night.
tained the members o f the school
you will find an "Opportunity Cou
ever, he is improving, and his many
board, their wives, and the teachers,
pon,” which with one paid in advance
friends are hoping that he will soon
Tuesday evening. The guests were
subscription entitles you to 100,000
Mr. and Mrs. O laf Spildie, Mr. and
extra credits, and you can use four
A t the annual meeting o f the San
i Sandy Parent-Teachers association
Mrs. Oscar Judd, Mr. and Mrs. Wm.
o f these coupons. Votes it takes to
MRS. M c G i n n i s a n d m r s .
dy National Farm Loan association
I met Friday, Mrs. Hazel Murray pre
Sanders, Mrs. Francis and Miss Fern
win, anil after you have entered the
held last week, the old officers were
Principal G. D. Orr o f the
contest, you want to work fo r votes
all re-elected. F. Lorhman is presi
Sandy high school, gave a talk on
Sunday was the silver wedding an
The Neighbors o f W oodcraft o f all the time.
Map out your cam
One o f the most pleasant social
dent; W. Bosholm, vice president;
; home and school discipline.
niversary o f Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Bur
Estacada circle met at the Masonic paign and get going now, because
Dave Forsburg, secretary and tiers
Mrs. Brown put on musical selec-
nett. They celebrated by entertain
You will be paid
tainment o f the card club, sponsored hall Thursday evening, January 17, you can’t lose.
I tions by the pupils; Mrs. Zenger gave
ing a number o f relatives from P ort
by the Sandy Women’s club, Thurs and installed officers fo r the new well for your time in cash commis
The board o f directors cons sts of
physical “ ed” drills by a picked team;
Am y G. Dunn o f Portland sions.
day night, Mrs. Web. McGinnis and year.
W. Jocelyn, D. L. Erdman and E. D.
the tryouts fo r the declamatory con
Emma Shultz is recovering satis
Mrs. H. A. Schneider entertaining | acted as installing officer.
I f you do not decide to enter the
Hart. The appraisers are Bosholm.
test next month was made, resulting
factorily from an operation for goi
The new officers are Carrie Mar contest yourself, here's a chance to
join tly at the Odd Fellows’ hall.
Hart and W ill Bell. No delinquen
in the follow ing named team being
tre and was able to leave the hospi
Forty members and guests were shall, guardian neighbor; Hattie Ful win a cash prize by nominating a
cies were reported.
tal a fter a week’s stay, and went to
present. Those receiving the highest ler, past guardian neighbor; Augusta friend.
The News will give a $15
This was the eleventh annual ses
Henry Keisicker, first; Lola Dodd,
the home o f her sister, Mrs. W i’ son
scores were Mary Jane Duke and Sagner, magician; Elsie McKenzie, cash prize to the person who nomi
sion o f the organization, which has
second; Stella Stout, third. Roxie
Test in Portland. When the opera-
Ronald E. Eesson.
The hostesses advisor; Jane Bishop, clerk; Olive nates the winner o f first prize in the
two hundred members and several
McCormick received honorable men-
| tion was performed it was found
served delicious refreshments which Bishop, attendant; Margaret Moss, campaign. I f you nominate yourself
! that there were two goitres to be re-
captain o f guards; Charles Fuller, and win first place, you will be given
were attractively served.
A committee to arrange fo r a big
banker; Lee McKenzie, flag bearer; the $15 in cash, which will go a long
N E W BOOKS A T THE
Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Harrington o f
Frank Marshall, musician; Jacob way toward buying the license fo r
Visits at Sturgeon Home
E S T A C A D A PU B LIC L IB R A R Y Portland visited over the week end G. D. Orr, Mrs. Van Fleet, and Mrs.
A fte r a visit in Estacada fo r two Moss, sentinel.
the Chrysler. I f more than one nom
I at the home o f Mrs. Harrington’s
Following the installation
cere inates a candidate, the first nomina
weeks with her mother and sister at
Mrs. G. G. Joyce and two daugh mother, Mrs. Rose Lovell.
the Sturgeon home, Mrs. G. W. K iger mony, a social time and a splendid tion to be received in the News o ffic e
ICE A T BIG S A N D Y DAM
ters, Jeanne and Beltte o f Portland,
Everyone is invited to come to the
le ft fo r her home in Tillamook Sun luncheon served by a special commit- will win.
friends o f Mrs. N ellie Marshall, do agricultural meeting at the
An unusual occurrence was the day. Miss Maude Sturgeon accom I tee, was enjoyed by all present.
The contest will be closed under
nated to the Estacada Public Library Creek grange hall Friday, January floating o f ice in the Big Sandy, and panied her to Portland.
the sealed ballot box system, and
this week 30 juvenile books. They I 25, starting promptly at 2 o’clock. lodging against the gate, causing the
E A R L JONES M A Y BE FREED
| during the last week and until the
were given the girls as presents and The county agent and several other water in the main channel to drop * C O M M U N IT Y CLUB T O M EET
According to authentic report,
prizes are awarded, the matter will
are well selected. The librarian sug speakers will be present to discuss two feet, Saturday.
Attention is called to the meeting
I be in the hands o f three judges, bus
gests that i f some good Samaritan farm problems. One o f the impor tender at the gate, had to call for o f the Estacada Community club to the charge o f killing his step mother
iness men o f Sandy and Estacada,
would donate some good books fo r tant topics to be discussed is “ The help to handle the situation. Frank be held Friday evening, February 1. and brother when the Jones house
1 who will count the votes, and check
older people, the library would be Care o f Sheep." Help to make this said he could furnish power with wa This promises to be an interesting was blown up last spring. The case
1 the records, which insures absolutely
pretty well stocked again with some a big meeting o f the farmers o f the ter fo r the P. E. P., but could not meeting, and the general public is is to be called soon and dismissal
(Continued on page six)
| with ice.
is to be asked.
I county. Everybody welcome.
invited to attend.
SANDY BOYS AND
ESTACADA GIRLS WIN
R. F. D. CARRIER OF
EAGLE CREEK DEAD
OFFICERS OF SANDY FARM
MR. ORR ADDRESSES
SANDY P. F. A. CLDB
MRS. MARSHALL HEADS
NEIGHBORS OF WOODCRAFT