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C lac k am as ^C ounty N ews
PARK LOT OWNERS
HAVE SOCIAL TIME
MARRIED A T CORVALLIS
Ronald Burnett, son o f Mr. and
Mrs. A. D. Burnett, o f Eagle Creek,
and Miss Eunice Boyles were mar
ried at Corvallis on Friday, May 31.
Mr. Burnett is a graduate o f Esta
cada high school and Oregon State
SEASONAL DEVELOPMENT OF
He is teaching vocational
agriculture in the Woodburn high
STREETS AND ROADS IN
! school. Mis Boyles is also a graduate
PARK HAS STARTED
' o f Oregon State and has been teach-
ing mathematics in the high school
at Ilwaco, Wash. They will live in
An enthusiastic social meeting of w 0dburn
about 200 lot owners and their :
friends was held at the club house in
Conducting Classes This Week
the Estacada Lake Park, Thursd y 1
evening o f last week. Refreshments j
were served, followed by dancing.
grade teacher in the Estacada school,
This affair was the first o f a serii s is conducting classes this week fo r
o f dances and social gatherings o f the pupils who failed in their state
the lot owners and their friends to examinations. Any pupil who failed
be given at the lake this summer. The wa9 privileged to take the examina-
next dance and social is scheduled ¡ t 'on over on June G.
fo r tomorrow evening, June 8, and a
large attendance is predicted.
M n Delia Rehn Die» in Ea»t
The Estacada Lake tract, as de
Word was received in Estacada last
veloped by the Portland Telegram, is |
week, by friends, that Mrs. Delia
building up rapidly and this summer
i Rehn, who form erly lived here but
will witness the erection o f many
j le ft last fall fo r the East, had passed
new homes. There are about 1,200 |
away at the home o f her daughter in
lots on the west side o f the lake, all
Milwaukee, Wis., the first o f last
o f which are reported to have been
sold. Between 700 and 800 lots are
located on the east side.
The development o f this tract has:
been remarkable, considering th it I
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.. I L. D. Meade and fam ily have
this is only the second season since it
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moved into the H. B. Snyder house,
was opened by the Telegram.
future growth and development o f
The H. B. Snyder house, occupied
this tract means much to Estacada. by thef L. D. Meade fam ily, is under-
as it will bring people here, not only going extensive improvements,
to establish summer homes, but many
Mrg Roge Neelyj o f Taroma> aigter
who will live here permanently.
o f Mrg. M ary Adams> is a guest at the
W ork was commenced this week to |
T. Ahlberg home.
improve the streets on the west side
o f the lake and the roads on the east , Mr. and Mrs. Swander and young
The improvement o f these j 9on>
Portland, were visitors in Es-
streets will add much to the desira- j tacada on Memorial Day.
bility o f the property.
R. . -i«s
|ak,. itself, the Estaca-1
ar..., h s o ;e o f ti e
best club ,uses on the Pacific Coast.
The lots are all splendid building
sites, and the park is easily accessible
by good roads from all parts o f the
S » E R RßUND-UP CLINIC
ON JUNE 12
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E S T A C A D A -S A N D Y , OREGON, F R ID A Y , JUNE 7, 1029
DEFEAT OREGON CITY TO WRESTLE HERE
IN EAST GAME
VICTORY OF SEASON ON
The Estacada baseball team won
its first victory o f the season on the
local diamond last Sunday afternoon,
when they defeated Oregon City in a
fast and exciting game, by a score of
n to 6.
Heitsman, who was on the mound
fo r the locals, pitched a good game
and had wonderful support from the
The lineup fo r this game was as
Estacada— Bronson, ss; A. Love
lace, lb ; R. Lovelace, c f; Tuma, 3b;
Fleskes, c; Shurner, 2b; H. Miller,
If; Osborne, r f; Heitsman, p.
Oregon City— Richardson, ss; An-
dree, lb ; Meeks, c f; Pettijohn, 3b;
J. Rand, c; L. Rand, 2b; Conway, If;
Hatton, r f; R. Gardner,p.
N ext Sunday, Estacada will play
Sellwood. This game, which will be
played at home, will be the last game
in the first half o f the season’s sched
Arrangements have been made to
reorganize the local team fo r the sec
ond half o f the schedule and a much
better showing is expected.
There will only be two games
played at Estacada during the second
half, but arrangements have been
made to have the stage transport the
fans to and from the games out of
town, fo r which a charge o f $1 a
person will be made.
Provisions have been made fo r the
school band to practice every Monday ATTEND GRADUATION
evening during the summer vacation
EXERCISES A T CORVALLIS
Mrs. N ellie M. Gardner has gone
Mr. and Mrs. Irvin g Smith le ft
to Portland, where she will spend the early Monday morning fo r Corvallis
to attend the graduating exercises at
Miss Louise Noble le ft last week the Oregon State College, when a
fo r Gladstone, where she will spend niece o f Mr. Smith’s graduated. Later
they went to Lebanon, where Mrs.
the summer vacation at her home.
Smith’s mother has been visiting, and
A. W. Armstrong, forest ranger
all returned home together.
was down from the mountains over
the week-end, to visit his family.
John Hassell has succeeded his
The Estacada Parent-Teacher As brother> A s . Hassell, as caretaker at
sociation is sponsoring a summer EgUcad, Lake park
round-up clinic on Wednesday, June
12, at the high school. These clinics
^ r- an<^ ^ r3- Henry Beers spent
are being nationally sponsored by the the week-end visiting relatives in
Parent-Teacher Association, to detect Gresham.
any physical handicaps that the child ! \v. E. Buell and fam ily will leave
entering school may have and to en- i f or their new home at Springfield
courage the correction o f these ce- next week. Mr. Buell will attend the
fects before entering school.
state university summer school.
Advice about diet and habit-train- j
! The Royal Estacadaians orchestra
ing is also given.
Chddren up t o 1
will play at Logan Grange Hall next
school age will be accepted fo r ex
Saturday evening, June 8. Everyone
amination. Mothers wishing to bring
is invited and a good time assured all
children should make appointments
through the Estacada telephone ex
Mrs. J. E. Gates and daughters
Parents from surrounding school Mrs. Irma Richards and Miss Mar
garet Gates, o f Gresham, visited Es
districts are invited to come.
Dr. W. W. Gilbert will be the med tacada friends Monday. Miss Janet
ical examiner, with Dr. II. M. K ra Gilgun accompanied them home to
mer as dental examiner. Miss Mar visit fo r a few days.
garet'L yn ch , country nurse, will be
assisted by the Parent-Teacher Asso-
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c a tio n and the Legion Auxiliary,
with Mrs. Cliff Kiggins as chairman.
Mrs. Gladys Duus, o f Antelope,
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Ore., drove over to Estacada one day
and vigited relativeg £or ,
f#w daygj then went t0 Tillamook t0
Takes Charge of Insane Man
The sheriff was called from Oregon
City last week to take charge o f a
man at the LaDee camp who had gone
Harold Sarver le ft one day last
week fo r Condon, Ore., where he will
again work during the summer. His
brother, Ben Sarver, who is in the
navy, writes his parents here that he
was expecting to get a leave o f ab
sence in a few days, to return home
fo r a short time.
Mrs. R. R. Cooke and children have
gone to their summer home at Rhodo
dendron to spend most o f the sum
mer. Mrs. Cooke returns here quite
Mrs. Rose W ilcox and Mrs. Clara
Webber drove from Antelope, Memo
rial Day, to visit the cemeteries at
this place and at Eagle Creek, re
turning the same day.
visit her brother, Charles, and family
Mrs. R. E. Beck, her mother, Mrs.
She returned to Es- Gerking, and Mrs. Kathleen Akins ac
! tacada Tuesday and, later, drove back companied O liver Beck to Pendleton,
j to Antelope.
fo r a visit o f several days. Oliver
The Carl Douglass post o f the
A. N. V ail had charge o f the dance expects to remain fo r some time, as
American Legion placed flags and
. given in the Estacada Lake park club he has a job driving a tractor.
wreaths on the graves o f veterans in
house last Saturday evening, fo r the
Mrs. Anna Dickson, o f LaDee camp
local cemeteries Memorial Day morn-
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property owners and their friends 2, drove to Tacoma Monday, to bring
mg. The wreaths were prepared by ; K '
\ Through his efficient management the
her little daughter here to spend a
the auxiliary o f the post.
dance was such a success that it is to vacation in the mountains.
be repeated next Saturday evening.
Dickson was accompanied by Mrs.
Suffers Sever. Cut on Hand
Mra. Am y L E,y went t„ p ortland Jacob Moss.
LEGION HONORS SOLDIER
fo r a fe w days.
DEAD MEMORIAL DAY
John Manwell came out from La-
Dee camp, Saturday, suffering from a
severe cut in his hand.
He was suf-
ficiently recovered, however, to re-
turn on Monday.
Saturday morning, where she met her
son, Morris, and both le ft fo r Cor-
valis, to be at the college over the
week-end and to atend the graduation
ceremonies. They attended the bacca
laureate services on Sunday and the
B RIN G S IN F IR S T LO T
commencement exercises on Monday.
L O C A L S T R A W B E R R IE S Glenn H. Ely was one o f the gradu-
atea this year. He will return to Es-
W. H. Kellendonk, o f Currinsville, tacada with his mother,
is bringing in the first local-grown
Misses Bessie Anderson and Bessie
strawberries o f the season.
Hunter returned to Estacada Satur
day morning, accompanied by the
Allend Slar Meeting at Gresham
Lewa group o f Campfire Girls, who
Those attending the Eastern Star had spent the week at Island Park,
meeting in Gresham, Tuesday eve- near Canby. They will leave again
ning, were Mrs. Theodore Ahlberg, today with the other group o f F.sta-
Mrs. Rhoe Syron, Mrs. Elizabeth Al- cada Campfire Girla fo r the same
len and Mr. and Mrs. W alter T. place, to enjoy an outing fo r a few
J. C. Duus is giving his residence
which is occupied by the Nordlund
family, a coat o f fresh paint.
Richard Rose is now acting as
agent for the Portland News and
seems very proud o f his job.
Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Carter and lit
tle daughter, o f Portland, came out
to visit Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Carter, at
their home at Log LaUarre, Sunday
o f iast week.
A. W. Armstrong went to Oak
Grove on Monday, with a crew o f
men to work on the trails.
Mrs. Mary Horth, Mrs. Adelia W il
son and Mrs. Francis Cook, o f Port
land, were Sunday visitors at the
home o f Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Ahl
ESTACADA STATE BANK
GETS NEW CU RRENCY’
The new size United States cur
rency is now on display at the Esta
cada State Bank. The new currency
is considerably smaller than the old.
WILD BILL THORNTON SLATED The $1 bills bear the portrait of NEW TH REE-Q U ARTERS AUTO
Washington; $2, Jefferson; $5, Lin
TO GRAPPLE W ITH FARMER
LICENSE FEES ARE NOW
coln; $10, Hamilton; $20, Jackson;
VANCE, W A LLA W A LLA
$50, Grant. These bills will not be
in circulation until July 10, those on
display being samples fo r exhibition
Salem, Oregon, June 6.— Motorists
A series o f wrestling matches an purposes only, states Mr. Stephens.
who have been debating whether to
nounced to be held at the Gem Thea
license their automobiles during the
tre, in Estacada, will be opened
BIG SALE STILL ON
month o f June and pay a full year’s
Saturday night, June 8, with a bout
The big sale at Rose’s store is still
fee therefor, or await the first o f
between Farmer Vance, 175 lbs.,
on and will continue the rest o f this
Walla Walla, and Wild Bill Thornton, month. Prices have been drastically July and enjoy the benefit o f a half-
year rate, will have their problem at
183 lbs., o f Portland.
reduced throughout the store in order
least partially solved by an opinion
Bill Thornton will get a real test
to move the large stock as quickly as
o f the attorney-general, just ren
in this match, which is his first at Es
Please note their adver
dered to Secretary o f State Hoss,
tacada since his return from Japan,
tisement in this week’s issue.
wherein it is held that the new three-
where he won 27 matches during his
quarters license fee is applicable a f
three and one-half months tour. He
Visitor» Here From Spokane
ter the new laws go into effect on
won the lightweight championship o f
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Heylman and Juno 4.
Japan on September 8 o f last year
and is undefeated up to the present two children, o f Spokane, visited at
The last session o f the legislature
time, which makes him feel reason the home o f Mr. Heylman’s parents, provided fo r a three-quarters fee to
ably sure o f next Saturday night’s
be paid a fter three months o f the li
place, from Thursday until Monday
cense year had elapsed, in addition
However, in Farmer Vance, Thorn morning. Mr. Heylman is secretary to the present half year, and quarter
ton has one o f the best and roughest
year periods, but it was not clear
opponents in the bone-crushing game. ciation o f Spokane.
that the legislature intended the law
A fte r one look at his ears anyone will
to be effective this year. A ll indica
Visits Grandparents Here
know that Vance has a reputation o f
tions point to the likelihood that the
mixing it freely and likes rough go
George Lawrence, son o f Gordon lawmakers expected to make this
ing at all times.
Lawrence, came from Portland the new arrangement go into effect along
latter part o f last week to visit his with the new mid-year license date
The Cascade Auto Co., Inc., re grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. G. E. on July 1, 1930, but the effect o f the
ports the sale o f a Chevrolet sedan Lawrence, remaining until Monduy proceedings has been to let the bars
down fo r those who seek licenses
to D. R. Kimmel. This garage, un morning.
der the new management, is being re
modelled in every way, the latest im
In commenting on the opinion o f
provement being a new cement floor.
the attorney-general, Secretary o f
State Hoss said: “ This construction
This space in last week’s paper was
Mrs. William W eingart le ft this devoted to an announcement that the will serve to aid a great number o f
week fo r California, to be gone sev Durant Motor Co. had appointed an people who need to license their cars
just prior to the date o f the half-
other representative in this territory.
year fee. During 1928 our automo
This, to date, has not been done and
bile department registered nearly 3,-
Earl Shibley has a crew o f men at in case it is, the terms o f our con
000 cars, which shows that a great
Camp 8, building bunkhouses fo r the tract allow us 30 days to complete
many persons cannot wait to take ad
men who will build the new dam.
any deals we have in progress.
vantage o f th « cheaper rates. This
Regardless o f the outcome, we will
year, after the new law becomes e f
Joe and Adolph Weiderhold have always be able to furnish genuine
fective, June 4, persons applying for
purchased a new G. M. C. truck and
license need only remit three-
branches, instead o f the Durant fac
are now hauling fo r the county.
fourths o f the regular annual license.
For example, i f the regular license is
The support we have received and
$40, the three-fourths fee required
the sentiments expressed by so many
during June will amount to $30. Next
reliable people, in this matter, are in
year, the advantage o f this reduced
rate will apply earlier in the license
J. V. B AR R & SONS,
year. I regret that this information
The Estacada baseball club, in the
could not have been gotten to the
Portland Valley league, lost the Me
public earlier, but the matter only
morial Day game to the Camas-Wash-
Estacada Garden Club Meets
recently came up fo r consideration,
ougal sluggers, by one point, the
The Estacada Garden Club held a and the opinion o f the attorney-gen
score, a fter a hard-fought game, be
meeting Monday afternoon at the eral was promptly secured, to ascer
ing 10 to 9, in favor o f the boys from
home o f Mrs. A. W. Armstrong, with tain the facts in the case.”
15 members present. The ladies are
The batteries fo r Estacada in this
planning to have an exhibit at the
game were Tuma, Sid Miller, Jack
Rose Festival, Portland, next week.
Smith, Ernie Miller and Fleskes. For
Camas-Washougal, Kaiser and Hol
land were the heavy men.
Will Work in Forest Service
The Memorial Day game was not
Old acquaintances will be renewed
featured by any specially thrilling
Kenneth Day, eldest son o f Mr. and and old times relived when the East-
plays, except the home run made by Mrs. Earl Day, le ft last week fo r the rn Clackamas Pioneers hold their
Haight, the Estacada third baseman. mountains, where he will work in the annual picnic next Wednesday a fter
forest service with A. W. Armstrong noon, June 12, at the Eagle Creek
during the season.
PIONEERS WILL RELIVE
OLD TIMES ON JUNE 12
In assuming the duties o f pub
lisher o f the Clackamas County
News, the new editor o f this pa
per wishes to announce his inten
tion o f working with and fo r the
people o f Estacada and Clacka
mas County in all things which
will make fo r the upbuilding and
general prosperity o f the com
It is our aim and purpose to
publish a paper that will in some
measure be worthy o f the splendid
community in which it is located,
and we mean to spare no effort
towards making the News a real
newspaper in every sense o f the
W e will soon add some new
type and other equipment to our
plant and will make a specialty o f
doing first-class job printing.
In the way o f introducing our
selves, we have been in the print
ing and publishing business for
15 years and have owned and op
erated three different newspaper
plants. W e are married and have
As the new publisher, we are
anxious to get acquainted with
the people o f the community as
rapidly as possible and extend a
cordial invitation to everyone to
visit us at the office o f the Clack
amas County News. We want to
know you and we want you to
L. D. MEADE.
Mrs. Hislop Has Slight Stroke
Friends o f Mrs. Carrie Hislop, who
resides with her daughter, Mrs. W. J.
Symms, Portland, regret to hear that
she suffered a slight stroke again one
day last week. Mrs. O. E. Syron, her
daughter, o f this pluee, visited her
Saturday night and Sunday.
Hislop form erly resided in Estacada.
Moores Leave for Molalla
Mrs. Frank Moore and children left
Estacada Wednesday to join Mr.
Moore, who is in the forest service
near Molalla, and will remain until
school commences again in the fall.
ICE 1 ICE !
Scored, in 25-pound and 50-pound
pieces; from Bull Run water. Any
amount at any time. Walrud Mer
cantile Co., Gresham, Ore.
G. G. Giel, o f the Dependable Ga
rage, reports the sale o f the following
cars: M. .1. Moore, a DeSoto coupe;
Mr. Worden, a DeSoto coach; W. C.
Scrutton, a Chevrolet roach.
Ben Rawlins, suffering from an at
tack o f broncho-pneumonia, was tak
en to St. Vincent's hospital, in Port
land, Sunday, by Bob Cooke.
Rawlins is reported resting easy, but
is not out o f danger.
The Eagle Creek Grange has been
selected as the site o f the annual out
ing this year in order that there may
be shelter in case o f rain or had
weather. Heretofore it has been held
at Dinty M oore’s park.
Part o f the program o f the day will
consist o f a picnic dinner at noon.
Those attending are requested to
bring their lunch.
Coffee will be
prepared by the association.
A ll members o f the association are
urged to attend this year and make
the 1929 picnic one o f the best ever
held by the Eastern Clackamas Pio
Sponsor Delightful Picnic
Children o f members o f the Esta
cada chapter o f the Order o f the
Eastern Star, to the number o f 15,
were entertained last Wednesday at
tho Masonic Hall, by a large commit
tee o f Eastern Stars. A t 12:30 they
enjoyed a regular picnic dinner in the
dining hall and then gave a program,
which quite a number o f the moth
ers and friends enjoyed. The pro
gram consisted o f readings, vocal so
los, piano solos and duets, all o f
which proved highly entertaining.
Mrs. T. Ahlberg, chairman, spent
some time playing games with the
“ kiddies.” Later they all went to Es
tacada Lake park and enjoyed a short
time at the club house.
Rev. C. T. Cook, his son, Claude,
F. E. Dooley is working at Carver, and W alter Smith were Portland vis
on the bridge for the new railroad.
itors on Tuesday.