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SWAT THE FARMER
S T A T E M E N T S D E C L A R E D T O BE
F A L S E IN W I R E T O E A G L E
C R E E K T R A D I N G CO.
ESTACADA, OREGON, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1929
CUP IN SKI CONTES!
Sandy business men have a hand
some loving cup in the Krebs Kafe
I window, awaiting the ski hero o f the
Mt. Hood ski contest, which had to
be called o ff Sunday on account of
the snow blockade. The date of the
tournament will be announced later.
Those giving to the cup fund were
R. S. Smith, P. R. Meinig, E. Bittner,
George Maronay, Jack Scales, Sandy
Drug store, Clackamas County Bank,
Dr. H. A. Schneider, Krebs Kafe,
Sartdy Market, Reed & Steinman,
Lawrence Craswell and the People’s
LEGION ENTERTAINS REAL WINTER HITS ;
CITY BUSINESS MEN CLACKAMAS COUNTY
D IST R IC T
CONFERENCE OF OR-
G A N IZA T IO N HELD A T THE
I. O. O. F. H A L L F R I D A Y
OUT OF USUAL
W IN T E R SPORTS
SANDY P. T. A. STARTS
Sandy Parent-Teachers’ associa
tion is planning a big basket social
for February 15, the proceeds of
which will be used to start the build
ing of a sidewalk from town to the
grade school building. The program
committee is Mrs. Blanche Shelley,
Mrs. Hazel Murray and Mrs. Jtalph
Plans are also under way for an
educational rally, which will be an
all day affair, and of particular in
terest to parents. County Superin
tendent B. L. Vedder has sanctioned
this rally, which is not an “ institute.”
Probably all immediate schools will
be invited to take part. A dinner
will be served, and the proceeds will
go into the sidewalk fund.
RETARDED BY SNOW
F I N E A U T O T O BE W O N IN O N E
HAD BEEN PLAN N ED
Business men of Estacada were en
Eastern Clackamas county is cov-
The cold weather has interferred
with the t’ lackamas County News’
tertained at a banquet at the Esta- ered with a blanket of snow ranging
circulation campaign, but it will work
cada hotel Friday evening by the jn depth from six inches to several
to the advantage of candidates. It
Carl Douglass post of the American feet back in the Cascade nioun-
means that it will take one week less
Legion, the state commt^hder and tains.
to win a car or other prize.
other officers being present and giv-
Sandy and up the Mt. Loop high-
But three or four candidates
way received a fair share o f the
Miss Fink III
have received Ihe receipt books
A conference of Legionnaires, at snowy white, tl.c road having been
Miss Gertrude Fink has been ab tended by officers and members rep- closed to traffic for several days. At
and material for entering the cam
sent from her usual place in the resenting Portland, Gresham and Or- Government Camp there is said to be
paign, and those who are already can-
postoffice this week on account of egon City posts was held in the Odi^-evera! feet o f snow.
j didates have been unable to get out
having an attack o f ptomaine pois Fellows building in the afternoon.
to accomplish anything.
In Estacada, the downfall of last MOLALLA BOYS WIN
oning. She is reported to be improv Other posts expected to be presented week had disappeared, and starting
However, with the moderation of
the weather, the campaign will start
wired that it was impossible for them again Saturday and continuing Mon
in earnest, and for the next eight
to get to Estacada on account of the day and Tuesday, it finally became
LEAGUE ENTERTAINED snow.
In the basketball game Friday weeks' pleasant work, two men or
too deep for comfort. From six to
AT KAAKE HOME Sixty-five were served at the ban twelve inches were reported in the vi evening, between the boys’ and girls’ women are going to earn more than
one hundred dollars per week.
quet at the hotel, starting at 6:30. cinity o f the city, eight inches being teams of the high schools o f Motalla
The Eagle Creek Trading company
The coupons and full instructions
Jude Moreland, district committee the deepest reported where it had and Estacada, the Estacada boys lost
last week received the following let
The Epworth League o f the Esta
to Molalla by a score of 32 to 12, but are reprinted again, and you may
ter from II. H. ( hindgren, represen cada M. E. church held a contest
the Estacada girls won from the vis send in your own nomination or that
tative in the legislature from Clack for members some time ago, and the mander of the local post, gave a has not been very cold, slightly be
itors, the score being 30 to 17. The o f a friend immediately. Full in
amas county, and who is chairman of losing side had to give a party to short address o f welcome to the bus low the freezing point.
Molalla boys outclassed our boys in structions and all necessary equip-
the committee on agriculture:
The most disagreeble weather of
the winners. This party was held
every way. They defeated Ore | ment will be gotten to them as soon
“ Your advert sement in a recent Saturday evening in the Wm Kaake naires. H. C. Stephens, representing all was Wednesday morning after a
gon City high and have been playing as it is possible. If you nominate
copy o f the Clackamas County News new residence. There were twenty the mayor, welcomed the visitors to slight rainfall which became a sheet
good games. In the first half of the the winner of the first prize, you
has been brought to my attention. present and all o f the young people the city.
o f ice covering the snow, and the
girl’s contest, the Molalla girls win $15 cash without any effort on
Rest assured that this bill wi 1 receive report a most enjoyable evening. A
Sid. George o f Eugene, district roads and walks where the snow had
seemed to have the best o f the game, your part, whatever.
my earnest consideration and that large fireplace and a delightful fire, committeeman from district No. 3, been cleared away.
The subscription list, showing the
but when the “ rooter” got busy and
the rights of the farmers will be lent charm to the rooms. The young told something about the purpos s
The young people and many older encouraged the Estacada girls, they date o f expirations of more than one
properly safe guarded before such a folks played several games and for for which the American Legion was ones have been enjoying the winter
commenced to show more “ pep” and thousand people in Eastern Clacka
bill becomes a law. The bill has not refreshments had hot dog sandwiches organized. He was presented a hat sports o f coasting, snowballing and
mas county will be frunished all can
finally won the game.
yet been introduced and before that and home made doughnuts. D uring¡ by Moreland in payment of a mem skiing, to the fullest extent. Out in
The girls’ lineup in this game was didates, and they simply have to go
is done it will receive very severe the evening, the guests roasted bership drive bet won by Sid.
the Garfield district near the Davis Ora McKinny and Blanche Arm out and collect the renewal. The
pruning in my estimation.
Ed Ivers, state chairman o f the farm is a splendid hill for coating strong, forwards; Other members of task is an ei sy one, and one can get
marchmellows at the fire place, which
“ I shall be glad to hear from you afforded much amusement.
child welfare work o f the Legion, and every evening large crowds have the squad were Erma Wilcox, Janet paid for their seriveces even if they
and shaU send you a copy o f the bill
told of the plan being undertaken by been gathering there. The Reagan Gilgen, Mary Lemon, Alice Douglass, work only an hour a day, for a com
the organization to care for children hill is also popular.
Feed the Birds
Lucile Saunders, Helen Anders, Lou mission in cash is paid on all busi
The deep snow on the ground dur o f disabled veterans, the children to
W. A. Steward, who signs h s name
There are occasional accidents but I ise Armstrong, Neva Lemon and ness turned in. There is no chance
to lose, whether you win one of the
as a member of the executive com ing the past few days, has been very be maintained in homes o f relatives none serious have so far been re Lavena Grabeel.
mittee, Oregon Cattle and Horse bad for the birds as it is impossible if possible, maintained by the Legion ported. Sleds have been in great de
The boys lineup was Alvin Munson, listed prizes or not.
The News has r^prjjie list that is
Raisers association, of Baker, wired for them to get any nourishment in preference to sending them m to mand and the ingenuity of people in Bob Hayden, Rulph nAeUalf, Arnold
worth working for. We believe that
the Eagle Creek Trading company whatever. It is hoped that people in institutions.
making them is extremely interesting. Anderson and Robert Marchbank.
Ben Fisher of Marshfield, state
we have been more than liberal with
under date o f January 18, as follows: general will remember this and place
The rural route mail carriers are
you. The News want subscriptions
SOCIAL A T KELSO
"Your ad Swat the Farmer is abso food on their porches and other commander, who gave the principal having troubles o f their own on ac
address of the evening, said that the
and is willing to pay out money to
lutely untrue. Proposed bills framed places for them.
count of the snow, but have managed
them, when gotten in the reg
by Catle and Horse Raisers : ssocia-
to get over their districts every day,
Miss Leila Howe came from Inde been devoting their efforts to se
tion o f Oregon and Oregon Wool
although O. E. Syron of route 1 church Saturday night. Bee Nelson ular way. We can’t send out the
pendence Saturday evening to spend curing aid and legislation for their
Growers protection against peddling
failed to cover eight miles o f his won one quilt, and Victor Lundeen paper free if we wished to do so. The
the week end at her home here. Her own number, but that the time had
o f stolen meats in this state.. Real
route in the Bissel district one day. took home the other quilt. The two mailing privilege is only to actual
mother, Mrs. C. F. Howe, met her in arrived when the Legion was going to
ize passage o f measure would prevent
William Graham, who has route 2, netted $21 for the ladies' efforts and bonafide subscribers.
devote itself to the betterment of the
The News also desires to keep the
unscrupulous dealers from securing
manages to get through by going on | the refreshments netted $3.60.
communities o f the different posts.
money paid for circulation work at
much cheap stolen meat at cost of le
horseback part o f the way.
SANDY GIRL SCOUTS
He also explained the universal draft
DR. WILLIAMS LOSES
home. We can get plenty of high
gitimate farmers and stock raisers
The speeder from Camp 8 came
MEET AT BRUNS HOME act being sponsored by the oiganiza- down Monday, but has been unable
CAR OVER BLUFF class salesmen to come in and work
Nothing in this bill to prevent honest
the field, but we prefer to 'have
farmer from killing and selling to
Harry Nelson, state chairman of to make the trip since. The La Dee
friends and neighbors sell the paper
Sandy Girl Scouts took their first
Suggest you study
Dr. A. Williams of Sandy lost con to their friends and neighbors. It
the committee on community service, Logging company has closed down
until the snow melts, as has also the trol o f his car when he put on the
costs the buyer no more, and the
| laws and learning knots requ red for explained what the posts were doing
A study of Mr. Chindgren’s letter
Bronson Lumber company of Fara brakes Sunday night, the car and
salesman gets paid— paid a big sal
the tenderfoot test. After the bus -
and the telegram, leads one to believe
Dr. Williams going over the bluff on ary, if you want to call it such— for
ness meeting the girls toasted marsh future plans of the Legion in regard
that the publicity given has caused
Trains and stages from Portland Meinig’s hill.
Luckily, the doctor taking your subscription or a renewal
mallows and sang. Two groups were to serving their communities.
radical changes to be made in the
Carl Moser, state adjutant, spoke have been making their usual runs was nimble and jumped to one side o f your subscription.
entertained at the E. F. Bruns home.
proposed bill, that will now meet with
This opportunity will not last long.
Group one consists of Dorothy Bruns, on co-operation hetwen the Legion and are generally on time. The school in time to save himself from being
the objections of the farmers. Mr.
bus also has managed to make the hit by the car, and was only slightly The first to enter has the best chance
! Anabel Malar, Phyllis Christianson, and business men.
Chindgren, Mr. Conner, manager of
injured. The hill was icy.
Mrs. Ruth Baker, Marian and Geo. trip in spite o f the snow.
to win, because the vote schedule de
Louise Lucas, Velma Webster, Roxie
the Eagle Creek concern, can be de
Business is practically' at a stand
creases each period. Cut out the
Perret, Lola Baker and the Earl sisters of Port
pended upon to safe guard the inter
coupon, mail or bring it in today,
Dodd, Roberta Smith and Ruth Bar land furnished entertainment in the still in both Estacada and Sandy, as
ests o f the farmer through his com
way o f banjo solos, dance numbers, the people get out as a rule now only
and start going. Everybody likes to
; help one who tries to help himself.
Group two— Irene Allgeier, Doro instrumental, vocal and whistling when it is absolutely necessary.
How much better o ff will you be
thy Pace, Lois Beers, Dorothy Asch numbers.
April 6 thun you are today? That
The invitation was extended to all S N O W H O L D S M R S. K E L L Y
off, Evelyn Roberts, Edna Ke'sicker,
AT ESTACADA H O T E L 1
the business men of Estacada, and
depends on you.
You can have a
Ella Allgeier, and Cleta Popoff.
Oscar Rank of Portland was shot fine new Chrysler, Chevrolet, or oth
Mrs. Anton Malar drove the Fir- practically all attended.
Mrs. Dale Kelly o f Camp 8 came through the heart by Marion Tucker er prize or cash commissions if you
I wood girls down for the meeting.
K elso S un da y S c h o o l Elects
down Saturday to go to Portland on at Barton early Sunday morning, devote your time to selling the News.
History Makers would be a good
B O I L E R D A M A G E D A T H. S.
account o f the death o f her brother. when he and four other boys at Here’s employment for everyone who
title for the pioneers and their de
Estacada high school was closed
wishes it. Start today, and drive a
Officers were elected Sunday at The storm kept the speeder from tempted to rob the Gibson store.
scendants who hewed out the Sandy
Thursday on account of the boiler the Kelso Sunday school, as follows: making regular trips down from the
Harvey Gibson, proprietor o f the new car on April 6.
forests, plowed the little patches
springing a leak, letting water into Mrs. Albert Jonsrud, superintendent; camp and so Mrs. Kelly was caught | store, and Tucker, live in the house
piece by piece, vut fern, sowed, har-
BUYS T W O -A C R E T R A C T
the fire box. It was repaired in a Alma Spooner, assistant superinten in Estacadq and is at the hotel for a just south of the store building. At
cested by hand, grubbed stumps to
short time but school-did not resume dent; Anna Louise Larson, secretary; few days. Mr. Kelly came down on an early hour .Sunday morning Mr.
make roadways, built houses from
John Osborne closed n deal Thurs
I during the day.
Julia Larson, treasurer. The next skiis Wednesday.
Gibson heard the boys breaking into
logs cut down by hand, forded th"
day in which he becomes owner of
the store at the back door. He ar-
streams, parked flour and other nec
GARDEN CLUB TO MEET
Ha vin g E y es T rea ted
February 10 at 2:30.
roused Tucker, and, both armed, they two additional acres of ginseng land
essary groceries for living miles on
The Estacada Garden club will
adjoining his gardens on the north.
Fred Johnson o f Faraday is away called on the boys to put up their Mr. Osborne owns the large ginseng
their backs, pastured the oxen out in I meet with its president, Mrs. A. H. D E C L A M A T O R Y C O N T E S T T O
getting his eyes treated. They have hands. They ran and they both op gardens lying just at the p«,ge o f the
the forest, cooked over a fire place or Fasel, Monday afternoon, February
B E H E L D A T S A N D Y U. H
been bothering him for some time ened fire.
with a Dutch oven before stoves ar 4. This meeting, it is said, will be
The boys had two cars, and three city limits on the east.
and his general health has not been
rived here, endured every possible j one o f the most important o f the year
The annual declamatory contest very good. Mrs. Johnson is also ill went to one, got into it and left, the
hardship, yet claim they were as hap I and everybody is invited.
Visit at S y ro n Ho m e
other two not being able to start their
for grade schools o f the district, will again.
py as folks are today!
machine, went into the brush and es
be held February 8, at the Sandy un
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Symms of
One winter, John Revenue, born at SCHOOLS^ PLEASED
ion high school. Not over 10 cents KELSO WOMEN’S CLUB
Portlund were guests at the home of
the old Revenue trading post on the
WITH CALENDARS admission fee will be asked from
As the car disappeared down the the latter’s sister, Mrs. O. E. Syron,
Sandy, the first trading post this
ELECTS NEW OFFICERS road Hank was shot and one o f the Sunday.
o f Eastern Clackamas adults, and children will be admitted
side o f the Cascades for people com
free. The small fee is to pay for
tires o f the car was also hit. They
ing over the mountains, that one county are pleased with the calendar
G a r fie ld P. T. A. to Meet
prizes for the contestants.
Kelso Women’s club met Thursday, drove the machine to Portland, and
winter they lived entirely on pota
will be a meeting of the
toes, molasses and salmon, but no Gresham, again this year, and one M RS S A G N E R 'S M O T H E R
Those present were Mrs. Fred Deck from the bullet wound, on the side Garfield P. T. A. at the school house
one “ starved.”
D IE S IN G E R M A N Y er, Mrs. Max Kligel, Mrs. D. Hite, j walk, notifying a lady who knew the Friday, February 8, ut 2:30. All pa
1 historical calendars for several years
Revenue presided at the mid-year
trons of the school are invited to he
Mrs. E. Herz, Mrs. Joel Jarl, Mrs. j boys and called the police.
to use in connection with her his
meeting o f the pioneer association
Before daylight the two boys were present.
Mrs. Augusta Sagner received a Peterson, Mrs. C. F. Anuerson, Miss
j tory work.
held in Sandy, and told many inter
The annual essay contest spon letter from her father in Breslau, Nyman, Mrs. Raumhack, Mrs. Gilbert arrested and confessed their share of
GIGER SALE POSTPONED
esting incidents during the informal
sored by this bank closes soon, and Germany, this week, telling her of Eri, Mrs. Charley Haworth and the the crime. Officers found the two
program, as did also E. F. Bruns,
who had escaped at Barton in the
The administrators sale of the per
A. Meyer, president of the bank, the death o f her mother, Mrs. Anna hostess.
Mike Donahue, W. Bosho'm, W. L.
Delicious refreshments were served brush returning to Portland a foot.
sonal property o f the late David GI-
reports much interest. The prizes Hartman, age 74. Mrs. Sagner had
McCabe, A. C. Thomas, L. Vaeretti,
The four survivors were indicted ger, advertised for Wednesday o f this
are cash. A Currinsvil'e school girl not seen her since leaving Germany, by Mrs. Jonsrud. The club officers j
Joe Black. B. J. Price and others.
won first prize last year. Schools 23 years ago. There are six sisters elected for next year are: President. | in Clackamas County district court | week, was postponed on account of
A touching poem was read for
not having received their calendar all o f whom live in Germany, Mrs. Mrs. George lluck; vice president, • Tuesday. They are Louis Nelson, the winter weather. The News was
Myrtle Revenue Hoemicker, who <s
will be mailed one by addressing the Sagner being the only member o f Mrs. P. C. Spooner; secretary-treas George Carver, Sam Schwarz and | unable to learn the new date set for
> the family living in the United States. urer, Mrs. Fred Decker.
| bank, Mr. Meyer writes.
(Continued on page six)
Two weeks ago, the Eagle Creek
Trading company used their spate in
the News to inform the farmer of a
proposed bill to be introduced in the
legislature, its purpose, as advertised
being to abolish the stealing o f cattle,
but according to Mr. Conner’s under
standing, a bill designed to do away
with farmer competition o f the pack
A couple of days after the ad was
published a cattle raising company
at Baker wired the News for a large
number o f extra copies of that week’s
paper. These were immediately for
warded, and were presented to mem
bers of the legislature.
BURGLAR KILLED AT
BARTON SUNDAY A. M.
Hold Annual Meet