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GARDEN • COMMUNITY
CLUBS HOLD MEETING
SA N D Y W O M E N ’ S CLUB
P A R T Y A T T E N D E D BY
DAIRY CONFERENCE TO
BE HELD AT SANDY
Sandy Women’s club party Thurs
day night was the largest social event
o f the season, around one hundred
The SERIES OF M E ETING S P L A N N E D
A. M E YE R S G IVES ADDRESS ON
party was held at the I. 0 ; O. F. hall
FOR N E X T W E E K IN C L A C K
L A N D S C A P E G AR D E N IN G ;
end all present had an especially en
AM AS COUNTY
P E T IT IO N FOR ROAD
served. Winning first prizes at five
hundred were Mr. Maplethorpe, and
An all-day dairy conference, spon
The joint meeting o f the Estacaili)
I'iary Jadwin. A. C. Baumback and sored by Oregon State Agricultural
Community and the Garden club at
Miss Mary Sharnke were awarded college extension workers, will be
the high school Friday night brought
the minor prizes.
held Wednesday, March 6, at Sandy
out a large crowd. President J. G
Hayman o f the Community club pre ‘ A N D Y GRADE G IV E S PROGRAM Grange hall, beginning at 10 a. m.
Speakers will include J. J. Inskeep
sided and the meeting was opened
Sandy grade school gave a splen
singing did program honoring Washington's county agent, who w ill exhibit re
“ Am erica,” making the hall ring birthday, which included the fla g sa sults o f fertilization tests in Clack
amas county by the use o f slides.
with the patriotic air.
lute, fla g drill, song, “ Rosebud,” by
Miss Maude Sherman’s first grade June Belding; essay, “ L ife o f Wash He will also speak on “ The Dairy
pup ‘s, s’ x little girls, gave the min ington,” Rosa Funk; minuet, har j Outlook.”
“ Dairy Feeding Problems” will be
uet dance rs the next number on the monica music by Sweetland boys and
program. They were dressed in cos Robert Graham; “ L ife o f Lincoln” the subject o f an address to be given
tumes worn in the days o f George essay by Roxie McCormick; “ Uncle [ by N. C. Jamison, dairy specialist of
the state college.
Sam’s Trip,” 5th and 6th grades,
J. D. Mickle, state dairy commis
A. tV. Armstrong, the only member songs, and an address by Rev. O. J.
! sioner, will speak, having chosen as
o f the Colton-Estacada road com Gill.
j h's subject, “ Dairying as I Saw It in
mittee present, reported that a peti
tion had been prepared to be pre
Cooke's Father 111
John R. Humphreys will speak on
sented to the county court and asked
The father o f Bob Cooke, who re
fo r signatures. His request was ex sides in Portland, has been seriously I the relation o f bankers to the dairy
ill the past fe w days, and Bob has industry and Dr. C. H. Seagraves will
Seven boys from the second and been with him most o f the time here talk on contagious abortion and its
third grades sang, and “ Buddy” Bar o f late, necessitating his being away control.
Anton Malar has the co-operation
tholomew highly entertained the au from the garage.
o f Sandy Grange and business men
dience with a reading, which was fo l
in promoting the event.
lowed by a playlet entitled “ The Bos
Other meetings will be held in the
ton Tea P arty” by fourth grade girls
county next week at Oregon City on
Adolph Meyers o f Portland gave
March 4, Macksburg, March 5, and
a talk on “ Landscape Gardening” and
Molalla on Thursday, March 7.
other allied subjects, using
A t Molalla there will be a live
lantern slides to illustrate his re
Boys and girls club work enroll stock and also a poultry program, to
marks, which proved interesting. A t
ment in Oregon fo r 1928 shows an be held in the high school, starting at
the close o f his address he invited
increase o f about sixteen hundred 10:30, with a soil fe rtility program
the audience to ask questions and
over 1927, with 4266 boys and 7482 in Clackamas county.
R. L. Clark
several responded. The Garden club
girls taking club projects. The gross will speak on factors determining
is particularly interested in regard to
value of products was $206,098.03 the price o f lambs in the Portland
the right kind o f trees to set out on
with a net p rofit above carefully cal market.
culated cost o f production o f $69,-
“ The livestock outlook fo r Oregon'
A. W. Armstrong concluded the
405.14. The annual report o f the is the topic on which J. J, Inskeep
meeting by giving a talk on game and
state offic e in the extension service will speak.
wild animals. He said he did not ap
at the state college showed this to
A t 1 p. m., there will be moving
prove o f hunting deer on the river, be an increase o f nearly $20,000 in
pictures, “ Salmon Poisoning o f Dogs”
that the Ueer were fast uirmnishing in
gross value over last year.
and “ L iver Flukes o f Sheep.”
number on account o f the hunters
The total number o f clubs fo r the
“ Sheep Management Problems” is
bullets and cougars.
year was 1488 with every county in the subject H. A. Lindgren o f the
Mr. Armstrong, who is a forest
the state having from 1 to 172 clubs state college, will discuss. Dr. Sea-
ranger and well versed in the condi except Harney and Lake.
Multno graves will tell o f the diseases o f
tions o f the timbered districts of mah, including the city o f Portland,
Oregon, said he was in favor o f try has the largest number, but Lane
The poultry program to be held
ing to get a law passed prohibiting county with 160, led all the rest,
the same day at Molalla high school
deer hunting on the rivers, and ex Clackamas being third with 114. The
consists o f:
tending the protected zone one-half total number o f clubs has mounted
“ A survey on cost o f producing
mile on each side.
steadily since 1920 when only 610 eggs on Oregon farms,” by Mr. She^
The next meeting o f the Commun were organized in the entire state.
by o f the state college.
ity club is to be held March 29.
The number o f clubs fo r this year
“ The poultry outlook fo r Oregon,"
was 275 greater than fo r 1927.
by Mr. Inskeep.
V O L U N T E E R F IR E M A N TO
Sewing and cooking
A t 1 p. m. will be shown the pou
M E ET T H IS E V E N IN G
proved the most popular among the ltry motion pictures.
A ll members o f the Estacada V ol girls and dairy and poultry led in
“ Poultry management problems,”
interest among the boys. New pro by Prof. A. G. Lund, state college.
unteer Fire department are requeste
Poultry diseases will also be dis
to attend the meeting Friday evening jects with only one club each were
farm mechanics, farm accounts bulbs cussed by the speakers.
March 1, at the city hall, 8 o’clock.
mint and wheat.
A horticultural program will be
The record fo r completed projects given in the Chamber o f Commerce
MEIN1CS B U Y JERSEY SIRE
A. O. and Otto M einig have pur wus 82.0 per cent— the highest mark rooms in Oregon City Monday, Mar.
Earliest records, which | 4, starting at 10:30.
chased a fine Jersey sire from A in history.
Malar, which is a son o f the junior go back to 1914, show that that yea.-
A crops program will be given in
herd sire at Firwoodeen Farm, Lady only 2 per cent completed the work Scramlin hall, Macksburg on Tues-
H elen’s Lad St. Mawes. This sire is undertaken.
) day, March 5, also starting at 10:30
The number o f 100 per cent clubs in the morning.
backed by many o f Oregon's bigges
records. His dam is a daughter o f this year was particularly g ra tify
Special entertainment is being ar
the beautiful show cow, Onota’s ing, said L. J. Allen, acting state ranged fo r the dairy meeting in San
Golden V o f F. F., now owne 1 by club leader in commenting on the dy, which is the only one held in the
Mrs. Edna L. Knight o f WiPows, report, as this is teaching the club county this year. The Sandy union
members to complete projects when high school band will play and lunch
once started. To each such club we j will be served at Krebs Kafe. Prep-
WM. FISCH E R SE LLS JERSEYS are issuing certificates o f achieve
i arations are being made fo r a large
William Fischer o f Sandy received ment signed by distinguished nationa’
attendance and the
a diploma from the National Dairy and state officials.
This last year charge is urging all dairymen to at-
association, and his name was added 773 clubs won the-distinction o f hav j tend.
to the national honor roll in recog ing every member complete all the
nition o f his achievement o f devel work assigned, as compared with 655 N O TIC E OF SCHOOL M E ETING
oping a herd o f eight cows to a yearly in 1927.
The school board o f Estacada will
production average o f 610.4 pounds
Approximately half the total club ; hold their regular meeting at the
o f butterfat.
membership o f the state was in the 1 high school building Thursday eve-
Fischer recently sold three pure seven counties having full or half i ning, March 7, at 8 o’clock, at which
bred Jerseys; One young herd sire, time club agents, the report shows. meeting the matter o f
and two heifers, to Carl English & These counties also had an average , teachers fo r the next school year
Sons, Camas, Wash.
percentage o f completions o f 95.7 | will be on the calendar. It is likely
that principal and teachers will be
OREGON 4-H CLUB WORK
SHOWS LARGE NET PROFIT
HOUSE POSSES FREE
TEXT BOOK MEASURE
NUM BER 22
E S T A C A D A -S A N D Y , OREGON, F R ID A Y , M ARCH 1, 1929
V O LU M E X X III
employed at this time.
TEAM board invites those interested to at
W. E. Buell, principal o f Estacada
high school, last week presented the
student body a loving cup, won by
SA LEM , Feb. 28.-^The house free the baseball team o f last season.
text book bill, which provides that Members o f the team who brought
districts shall furnish texts used in honors' upon the high school were
elementary afld high schools, was ap Sam Whitehead, Charlie Lingelbach,
proved by the house 34 to 16 late Ralph Metcalf, Dan Jennings, Robert
Wednesday. Ten members were ab Marchbank, Arnold Anderson, Bob
Hayden, Donald Byers, James Beck,
This measure has been sponsored Alvin Munson, Raymond Perry, El-
Another text book bill win Beck and Bill Tucker.
known as house bill 473, was with
NEW CHEVS EXPECTED
drawn on the motion o f Speaker
The Cascade Chevrolet company
is expecting a shipment o f new cars
David MacBrayne, ship owner o f and trucks in any day now, the car
Glasgow, has given outright $150,- load received last week having been
sold out several days ago.
000 to his employes.
tend the meeting.
DEBATE TEAM TO MEET
OREGON CITY MARCH 15
Bob Hayden and Ruby Webber
will uphold the affirm ative in the
first debate at Estacada high school
against Oregon City on March 15,
and Blanche Armstrong and Loretta
Wallace will support the negative
the same evening. The other mem
bers o f the squad will be given a
chance to participate in one o f the
later debates, either with West Linn
Thomas Gortin, o f St. Paul, evicted
his sister fo r non-payment o f her
R E PR E S E N T E S T A C A D A A T
E D U C A T IO N A L E X PO S ITIO N
Those selected by the faculty to
represent the Estacada high school
at the annual educational exposition
held at Oregon State Agricultural
college, Corvallis, Saturday, were A l
vin Munson, Bob Hayden, Pauline
Buell and Blanche Armstrong. Mr
Eliassen drove his car down, taking
They were also ac
companied by Miss Beatrice Wilder,
one o f the high school teachers.
DUN CAN INJURED W H EN
C A U G H T IN COG W H E E L
A. H. Duncan, who is employed by
the LaDee Logging company, was
quite badly injured Monday while
working at Camp 1 Vi. His coat sleeve
caught in a cog wheel o f the pump
pulling his arm into the machinery
and it was badly lacerated. He was
taken to St. Vinvent's hospital in
Portland fo r treatment.
T A X S T A T E M E N T S A V A IL A B L E
The 1928 tax rolls are open and
tax statements will be mailed upon
receipt o f request to Sh eriff E. T.
Mass, Oregon City.
The total o f
the 1828 tax roll is $2,098,332.08,
and the delinquent date fo r paying
the first half is May 5.
KIM. HAWORTH RETURNS;
100 MEN SEARCHING
William Haworth returned to hit
home in Sandy Thursday afternoon
about five o’clock after having heen
mysteriously absent for two days. A
searching party estimated at one
hundred mer. was out looking for him
at the time he returned.
Haworth is a World war veteran
and is a victim o f shell shock, and
drives a meat wagon fo r the Sandy
market. He makes his home with the
proprietor o f the market, and it is
said that the alarm clock startled
him Wednesday morning. He slept
in a room with one o f the Lauder-
back boys, who said that he quickly
jumped out o f bed,
rushed down stairs. He immediately
le ft the house and no trace o f him
wus found until he returned.
He reported that he had gone to
Portland, and evidently came to him
self and returned to his home.
Albert Jonsrud, commander o f the
Legion post at Gresham, lead the
party in search o f the missing man
and Legionnaires and ex-service men
from Sandy and Gresham joined in,
as well as many o f the citziens of
the Sandy community.
W illiam Haworth served through
out the W orld war with the 77th di
vision and was in the thick o f the
figh t on the west front, having been
in several fierce conflicts.
B A S K E T B A L L G AM E A T
H IG H SCHOOL T O N IG H T
Canby boys and girls will be in
Estacada tonight fo r a double header
game with the Estacada high school
girls and boys teams. The first con
test will start at 7 :30.
S P E C IA L M E E TIN G
chapter O. E. S. will
have a special communication Mon
day evening, March 4, 8 o’clock, at
which time there will be an initiation
and Mrs. Carrie Jackson, grand con
ductress, will visit the chapter o f f i
cially fo r the
There will be a school o f instruction
in the afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Murray Entertain
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Murray of
Sandy entertained with a lovely din
ner party Friday night in honor o f
the twenty-ninth wedding anniversary
o f Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Murray o f
many gifts. Cards were played and
during the midnight lunch a large
cake with 29 candles was brought in
by Leonard McIntyre.
First prizes were won by Mrs. C.
O. Duke and Glenn McIntyre. Those
present were Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Mur
ray, Mr. and Mrs. John Allen, the
McIntyres, the Robert Murrays, Mr.
and Mrs. C. O. Duke, Mr. and Mrs.
George Beers and Lois, Lewis Mur
ray, Miss Ila Fisher, Miss Ollie Gist.
Mrs. Addie Crosier, Mr. and Mrs.
John Sinclair and Mr. and Mrs. T. E.
SATURDAÍ END OF BIG HONOR
ROLL EXTRA BONUS VOTES
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The big first period ends just one
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COLTON RESIDENT PASSES;
WITH SONS 20 YEARS
C O LTO N , Feb. 28.— (Special).—
Mrs. Johanna Bockman died at her
home in Colton February 25, after
suffering a st oke.
She had lived
with her two sons, Charlie and Victor
Bockman, for twenty years, having
come here from Sweren twenty years
She was born in Sweden August
27, 1855 and married L. A. Bockman
in 1875. ile r husband died in 1006
in the old country.
Four girls and three boys o f her
11 children, L illy Rome, F.llen Pet
erson, Hilda Carlson and Albert all
o f Portland, Vendia Lundmark, Char
lie and Victor o f Colton survive.
Funeral services will be held at
the Colton Lutheran church Satur
day, March 2, at 2 o ’clock.
S A N D Y MILLS OPERATING
Some o f the Sandy sawmills are
active again; the
plant started cutting Monday; Boar
Creek Logging company is building
bunk houses, the plug mill is busy
and the Sandy Lumber company is
thawing out pipes.
Bell’s mill can
not operate until the Oregon Trail
road is improved.
HOW THEY STAND
Following are names o f those who
have been nominated to date, to
gether with the votes cast for publi
cation up to Thursday noon:
Rev. C. T. Cook ....................781,000
Mrs. Emery Ford ....................791,550
John H offm eister ................. 10,000
Mrs. R. G. Hunter .................. 10,000
Andrew Johnson ....
Blanche Lundy ...................... 784,100
A lice Marshall ........................784,200
Frank Marshall ......................796,100
Mrs. Marieta Norman
Rev. Sakleson .....................
Mrs. Leo Steinman..................798,160
Mrs. A lfred Swanson ........... 10,000
BASKETBALL TEAM DEFEATS
THE PURPLE FALCONS
The Estacada town basketball
team had a game with the Purple
Falcons, a Y. M. C. A. team o f Port
land, on the home floor Thursday
evening, defeating the visitors by
the score o f 46 to 22. Estacada went
to Portland Thursday night o f this
week where they again met the same
team on the Y. M. C. A. floor.
SANDY P. T. A MEETS
A t the Sandy P. T. A. meeting
Friday plans were made for the big
all-day educational meet on March
16, at the high school. Sandy grade
will have work o f the pupils on dis
play and other schools are being in
vited to bring displays, also. Special
speakers have been engaged.
SANDY MASS MEETING
OPPOSES LEGISLATIVE BILS
A mass meeting o f Sandy dairy
men, farmers and business men held
at the Grange hall Wednesday night
opposed the following bills now be
fore the legislature;
Nos. 200, 313, 100, 318, 74, 333,
376, 392, 411 and 443. A resolution
favored house bill No. 343 and asked
that bill 322 be laid on the table.
were ordered sent to the
county’s representatives in the legis
Mclnt yres Entertain
Mr. and Mrs. G. O. M cIntyre o f
Sandy were hosts to the Past P a
trons and Matrons club, at an elabor- j
ate chicken dinner, Saturday night.
A fine time is reported. Nellie and
Patty Greenwood entertained with
piano solos. Thirty-one were present
Fiddler*« Contest Postponed
The fiddler’s contest planned for
Auria Davis o f LaDee Logging Co.
purchased a new Model A Ford se next week at the Liberty Theatre
dan last week from the Bob Cooke has heen postponed fo r the present,
it was announced Thursday.
Motor company o f Estacada.
N. SCHMITZ R ECO VERIN G
N. S. Schmitz, Sandy, who was at
death’s door last week from heart
trouble, and who was taken to a
Gresham hospital, is now recovering.
Miss Pearl Proctor o f Sandy is at
Emanuel hospital suffering from
pneumonia and appendicitis, and is
very ill. She went to the hospital
Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. Proc
tor have been with her.