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OREGO,, FRIDAY, APR IL 3, 1931
Garbo Here In
ESTACADA IS PRESSING Greta
Her Triumph "Romance" LOCAL SAWMILlS ARE
CLAIMS f OA H O M E
Stanley Turel Suffers
Loss by High Water
Heavy Rains Cause Damage;
Highways Blocked, Bridges Out
Greta Garbo's K"reatest all-talkil'lg
, tRnley Turel, of the Turel Shin•
triumph, " Romance," adapted from
gl ~1 ills, nt WelchC's, uffered a se-
tho noted stage play by Edward Shel-
vere l,i.-. a. a result or the high wat-
TELEGRAM WAS DISPATCHED don in which Doris Keane played the MANY MEN GAIN EMPLOYMENT er th i. week .
sta r ring ro le for a record run here
On Monday evening, 600 cords of
AS THESE INDU STRI ES
TO BUREAU CHIEF AT THE
and abroad, will be shown at the Lib-
. hingle bolts which Mr. Tu rel had Clackamas River Rises at the Rate of Two Feet per Hour;
erty Theatre tonight, tomorrow nigh t
BECOM E ACTIVE
moored ahout three miles bove hi
CAPITAL THIS WEEK
Surplus of W ter Floods Practically Whole
and S unday-Friday, Saturday and
reek, broke loose
mill , on Clear
Sunday, April 3, 4 and 6.
and were scattert!d for miles down
Business District of Estacada
Sawmills in the vicinity of Esta- the ~trcam.
In the suppo rting cast are Le wis
Th e Eastern Clackamas Commun-
lllrs. Turel, who recently gave
ity lub and other organizations of Stone, Gavin Gordon , Elli ott Nugent, cada are becoming active one<' more
Florence Lake, Cla ra Blandick, Hen - and 1t is exp cted that thiR will have birth to a baby daughter, was visit-
Estacada are doing everything possi-
Continued heavy rains of the pu , t !',,,,tl>i ll s to join the lackamas R iver
ry Armetta, Mathilde
omont and a dec :ded effect on the revival of ing a• th, home of her mother, l\Irs.
ble to have Estacada chosen as the Countess Nina de Liguoro. Clare nce
business co nditions.
J . \'.'. l\larrs, in Dodge. When the w eh, swe lling mountain stl'eums, tloodl d yards and many residents re-
site for the Un ited States Veterans' Brown, responsible to a great extent
The Fallert sawmill at Viola, which water &tarted to rise, Mr. Turel lef t pourPc! a deluge of water into the po t l hl'ir hasements full ol. wate r .
lacl.amus River Valley thi. week,
for tilt: overwhelming success of Miss has been in operation during the win - to gll his wife and family. He drove
The Clackamas River, whi ch hod
blocking roads, causing land~lidc~ ht•gun to rise steadi ly si nce t he be-
L. D. Meade, comm a nder of Carl Garbo's initial talking vehicle, "Anna te r months, now employs 17 men and through water three feet deep and
expects to increase its force witltin the bridr••· over the Zig Zag river was and flooding the business district of g111ninr,- o f the heavy rains, became
Douglass American Legion Post, Es- Christie," again directed.
The story, which depicts the fru s- the next few w<>eks.
a roadnv to, rent on Tuesday. Thre!'
,wt•pt 11\\.,y in the torrent soon after E stacr.da .
tacada, sent a telegram on Wedn!'s-
On Tuesday aftern oon the C'lacku- S \\ 1111ming docks 1.,elonging to the E s-
he cl'ossed it.
day to Ge neral Frank 1'. Hines, chier
ssociation, w ere
HeturnmK with Mrs. Turel, he mas River wu q 1 isi11g al th rah• of t,11·,u:J Lakt• Park
ol the United States Veteran ' Bu- pr ime don na, is laid in the pictur- niso located at Viola, which has h!'c-i;
reau at Washington, D.
., asking e~que setting of New York as it ap- shu t dow n for thi, past two \\el'ks, found the Zig Zag bridge go ne and two feet per hour and ha s b<'coml• a t,., n I rom tlwir moorings a nd swept
that Estacada be considered as a sit e pe~red in 1866. As is customary with started operations again on Monday I reportti indicating that the bridge ragir.g torrent, threaten111g to oves- do\\ n tht• strca111.
flow its banks.
Tlw sma ll bridge near t he Dillon
for th ~ home, in case the Rose bu rg Metn,- Goldwyn-Mayer in respect to morning. They employ about 4 0 over the Sandy river would soon be
The business streets of Estacada place, on the Estacada-Portland road,
Miss Garbo's productions , no expense men.
site was rejected.
swept away also. The Turels are now
were flooded 011 Tuesday afternoon wa s undt•r water Tuesday night and
was s pared in equipping the picture
lackamas Fir and Lumber staying at the Marrs home.
A delegation from the Eastern
and Tuesday evening saw water right lancl ~lidts are reported to have
Company, which operates in the Up-
Clacl:ama~ ommunity l ub, headed with realistic atmosphere, oven to the
up to t he threshold of many of tho tl'mp, ,rnrily blocked this roa d from
per Highland count1·y, has again be-
by Pres ide nt Douglas Johnson, will extent of reprod ucng in detail an en-
busin< ss places. A rapid torrent was use Th ,• new cut-ofl' o n the 82nd
gun work, after extensive repairs on
appen r t, efore a meet' ng of the Ore-
flowing down Second ·trcet in front Slt'Pl't ro11d, near C'lackamas, was un-
the mill and the instaJlation of new
gon C'ity hamber of Com me rce next Wa shi ngton Square, w ith it s park,
of the postoffice, and water covered der "alt>t" and it was necessary f or
Tu esday noon to submit to that body arist oc ratic mansions and other n iter-
I LA, March 30.-"Every day the &ide, alk in front of the postof- truffle to make a detour by way of
estng details. A seco nd spectacular plo yed at this mill.
the advantages Estacada has to of-
The lifting of the business depres- n ev<'ry way we'l'e getlng better and fice. reaching up to thl' door. A i\lilwaukie.
fer a.; a s,te for the home. Several
sion in the East is hav ing it., e:ffect better' -so say all who atte nded the small I iver flowed acl'oss Second
prom inent members of t he Oregon fortune was spent, is a replca of ew
Two Bridge• Swept Away
upon t he lumber business and orders late st production of the amateur Street al Broad way, in a channel
City Cham ber of Commerce have al-
bridges over the Zig Zag and
are daily on the increase.
play& which the Viola P.-T. A. has nearly a foot deep, covering the side-
r eady stated by word and letter that whosi, antiquated halls the dramatic
reek logg;ng camp, spo nsored during the past ~wo years. walk with water in front of all the Sund~· rivers, on the Mount Hood
th e y favored the selectio n of Esta-
wh ich close d down last July, will r'- "; c_re,,\decl hou e showed its appre- bu si ness places on the east side of Loop highway, have been swe pt
cada , because it is by far the most st ructed from floor plans and archi-
uwuy and many houses in the vicin-
open soon. They expect to emp loy I cmtion with hearty laughs and tear-y Broadway.
logical site for the home, oll'ered to
ity of Brightwood ha ve been carried
a bout 4G men.
sighs. It is impossible to sa y which
characle1· was most popular, a s ea ch Second and Third streets, was a little down stream. T he Sa lmon River is
an audience ol 1,600 persons, who
F'rom a ssuranc es given, it may be
was played to the best advantage . lake, and the Dependable Garng,!. on also on a rampage, threatening su m-
witne ss the second act of the opera, Douglas Johnson Would
taki,n for grunted t hat Oregon City "Martha," as it was presented there
Rastus and Dinah Johnsing, played t he east si do of the ~treet, was bad ly mer homes in t he Arrah Wanna dis-
will fuvor Estacnda's bid. Estacada
Change Election Date by our genial mail carrier, Billie Gra- flo oded.
some 66 years ago.
also has the undivided su pport or the
'l'h1, city water system bt•come
In addition, the comedy, " Society
E1tacada School1 Clo1ed
commercial and civic organizations
Douglas John so n , president of the vo kcd the most laughs. It is safe t o cloggc.d up as a re ult of tlw clt•luge,
Ow ing to th e fact t hat many roads
of Gresham and Southeast Portland.
Eastern Clackamas ommunity Club. predict that anothe r opportu n ity will and Estacada is without city water
are t>locked, on account of th e high
of E~tacada, proposed an important be afforded these young people to up t o th e time of r ~ent writing.
If Roseburg is rejected as the site,
water, the Estacada schools were
becau!c of its distance from Port-
reform in t he matter of the annual prove their mettle and keep up their
,..ater pouring du n from the closed Tuesday evening.
land , Estacada may be assured or th e
Union of Clubs, a t the meeting of the mother of Miss Ruth and Alta
s upport of Portland, Multnomah and
Jackamaa cou nties, and many other A.Witloaal Not•• ReliatlYO to Con- that oraraniz.atio1;1, held la t week 1 ',l • .. e. was a charming elderly wid- 0 R HIGH SCHOOL BA ND
eon in t hr Memorial Union building.
counties in the state.
Thur~day ev ning, at Milwaukie.
r ow; while J ames Hamilton, as Joe
E T£R D t ST AT CONTE..iT
ap~in H . L. Beard, fao lou 3 dir etor
Yea ' Ion Here Laat Week
Mr. John so n stated t hat he intend- Brown, a governm e nt officer, co uld
E ,tacad 's high schoo l band will of _ th~ state co llt!ge b~nd, will be the
ed at th e next meeting of the Union e nfo r ctc the law, as well as make love
0 E . S . Special Meetin1
llfembers of Centennial Rebekah
mak, its uppearnn n• 111 t he eighth an- pr11w1paJ speak_e r . Prizes on two of
of Clubs to urge the passage of an to the cook, Kate Van Tyle, played
t t the h conte.;ts will be awarded at the
A spcctnl district meeting of Moun,.
a mendment to the co nstit ution of the by Dol'othy Watso n. Bernard Gui- nun I a t a t e h 1g 1 sc oo 1 anc I con es I
ta in Chapter and llfounta inview Mrs. Mary E shleman, chairman of Club t hat will put t h e election of of- lion played the hero and rescued at Oregon State College, Corvallis, unc eo n.
A nc.w feature of the contest will
Chapter (of Sandy} will be held in the Rebekah convntion, for the very ficers at another meeting than the Ruth ( Viola Stuck i) from a watery tomori ow ( , a tu relay) morning, April
th e Masonic !!nil, in Estacada, on succePs!ul meeting just past. In ap- one ht'ld at the county fair.
grnve, when she leaped into his mo- 4, a ~ announced by Howard Davis, be a "band cli nic," at whi ch thl'
Friday ev ning, April l 0. All mem- preciation or her work, the lodge pre -
Undoubtedly a larg percentage tor boat. l\lr. and Mrs. Albert amp- ge nera l chairman of the event. The band judges and bandmasters will
bers are urged to be present. The sented her with a basket of carna- of the membership of the GreatH bell, Andy Gra ham a nd J\lary Shack- Estacada organization will compete di sr u~s and criticize the performanc •
worthy gran d matron of Oregon, and tions. Also Mrs. Ethel Meldrum, or Clackamas Union of lubs is in fa. leforcl wrecked the family fortu n es in la ss C. which is for bands in of l'ie various bands. Thi s clinic will
other grand officers, are expected to Milwaukie, vice-president of the R e- vo r of Mr. J ohn ~on's suggestion. II& and w1:re glad to accept a small po~ schools with fe\\er than ,11)0 p:ipils. be nr the close of t he contest in the
be present for nn offi ci al visit. By bekab Assembly, who ga ve an inter- explained that the meeting at the tion of generosity from the outca st Class A band~ will piny on Saturday afternoon. A speci al concert will bP
setinl!' talk on Rebekah Odd Fellow-
la ss B bands will put on by the 75-piece stale coll ge
order of the wonhy matro n.
fair 1s not representative of the or- Ruth and BP1·nard .
linton Hubbard afternoon and
Nina B. Ecker, secretary. ship.
ganization and urg!'d that th e ofl1- played the part of Bernard All we re compete the same mu1 ning. Twenty band whi le t h judges are conc ludi ng
Mrs. Lucy Trebueo , of Clackamas,
cers be selected a t some other ses- happy at the close and making plans bands are entered in the thr •e classes their work late Saturday afternoon .
gave an original reading, which was
The general public is invit •d to at-
to go to Texas to recuperate the fam- this year.
PAY CANNERY MONEY
acted out by members of Clackamas
Bushnell, director of the Es- tend al l of t he vents of the co nte t.
ily pocketbook from nn oil strike.
BACK ; PLANS REVISED lodgt, the title being, "In Our
tacada band, has been invited to be
II band events will be ru n off in th e
1 Refreshments were served to about
Lodge." Various phases of the work Local People W ed at
I 50 people and a social time enjoyed a g uest at a banquet this eveni ng, big men's gymnasium, which provides
were shown by th~ different lodges.
Vancouver on Tuesc ay following the play. No admi ssion is for directors of all the high ~choo l an immens seating capacity. Win-
ThP committee of the Oregon City
Mrs. Alma Damm, of Molalla, gave
co nt sts
charged for these programs and only band• entered. Discu~sions will be ners of lass B and Class
Chambe r of Commerce has author-
an interesting paper on, "The Duties
a sm11ll fee charged !or thelunch. The held o the general policies of the will broadcast a concert ov r Rad io
ized banks to return to subscri bers
of the- Relief Committee," and Mrs.
me n are to serve t he supper for the band contest and on problems of Station KOA ' on Saturday after-
the money they have paid in for the
Minnie Mueler, of Oregon Ci ty, an A. Dubois, 44 , both of Esacada, were
noon at 2 o'clock.
lass A winners
meeting and the ladies will put conducting high school bands.
formati on or a company and erection
Instructive paper on "Duties of the united in marriage in Vancouver, on th<. program.
Saturday noon, members of all the will broadcast at 7 o'clock on Satur-
of a cannery ut Oregon City. This
Membersh ip of the Rebekah Lodge."
bands entered will meet at a lunch- day t•vening.
action is taken because B. W. Boyle
The man y friends of the newly-
Mr. and l\lrs. Theo. Metca, or P ort-
Mr&. Mae 0 . Reed, of Estacada,
is unabl e to car r y out his part of the
who was recently prese nted with a weds here extend heartiest congratu- land, spent several days last week
contract, owi ng to th e unsettled con -
lations and best wish •s.
visitinl!" at the home of lllrs. Nora flllUlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll 1 11111111111 11111111111111111111111111111111111UIIIIIIII§
26-year jewel, presented the Assem-
clition of the cou ntry at the present
bly officers and past co11 vention chair-
Lankins and Mrs. Ellen Simmons.
men with bouquets of flowers.
One-Minute Thrift Story
The evening sessio n was a regular
( By H . B. Snyder).
GLEE CLUBS AT SCHOOL
session of Centennial Rebekah lodge
and lllrs. Wright, frt Ill Portland, and I======- - - - - - - - - - Estacada, Ore.
l'R E S E. T F INE OPERETTA
bership, the decree work bei ng ex-
her sister-in-la", 1'1!rs. '.\Jax\\ell, from
Friday, Saturday and Sun d ay, April 3, 4 and S-
emplied by t h e degree staff in a very t he richest men in th " world today. pokane, called and spent the eve-
The annual operetta was present- cred itable manner.
ning with her.
Greta Garbo in Her Gr ate t Triumph-
d by the glee clubs of t he Estacada
lllrs. Leona Theil of Astoria, presi- but he is con :clered one of the most
l\1r. and Mr~. ' tanle y Ficken have :
h igh school on Thursday and Fr:day dent of the Rebekah Assembly, gave influential m n in the world.
been visiting al the !i.1111~ of l\l r. and I~
evening • of last week, in the high an inEtructive and inspiratio nal talk
Mrs. John Randolph . They expect to =
lier is a dra1,1a dc·ep as your soul . . . tender as your h art .
achoo) auditori u m.
on th( principles of Odd Fellow8hip. the ,~ orld's wh at ma1 ket, he can
leave soon for their home in Wyom• ===-
a tall' of hca rthn•u k and huppiness -with the ever-changing, ====~
The operetta, "The Belle of Bag-
I t was unanimously conceded that
always ullu,·mt( tir ·t lady of th• scn•en, gorgeous Greta, sway-
dad,' " was a rollicking mus ical com- t his was one of the be t conventions buy or close out the biggest banks
ing vo ur innPrmo t c•motions again with th t vibrant voice, that
in Amer ica, he could rni~e prices
edy, which furnished amuseme nt ever held In the cou nty.
f'n chanting hc11ut y that has brou ht the world o her feet. L wi ,
throue-hout the counti v "ilh a word , SAYS STANDARD ECG
Stone stars with Greta Garbo in th1~ picture taken from th in- ==
from start to finish. You ng and old
MASH LEADS 'EM ALL
ternatwnal Bl(c ,u,ce .. that is consulered an even grc•at r pie-
and drive thousands ou! or business.
.alike njoyed the good music and the PACIFIC NORTHWEST TO
lure than "Anna C' hri .·lie." In th, . irn•at tilm is a lov story :
He has distributed million each year
clevLr dialog kept the audience in
. uch a .- vou havt• n1•ver . ccn . . . uch h •1ghts of pur magic §
DRAW MANY TOURISTS throughout the world for learning,
gales of lau ghter.
L. A. Frank
tate that ince he ___
a nt'vcr attaint•d 'Vt• n bv the go1 gcou!I Grl'la. II ear h r mar-
~cience and medicin .
voiu• and fe •I th• fluming fa ·inatton of the scr en''!
The stage settings were very a t-
Nir,eteen hundred thirty-one prom-
·ho cou 1 cl ha v th • as old hy the Currinsvill Store, he
." urtn• . In uddi ion. the comedy, "So ·i , y Goes Spa- -
t ractive. A truly orie ntal scene was
ises!' during the summer and f a ll 3,- mo t magn ificent yacht in the world ha h •e n getting !JO per cent egg pro-
depict d by the arched doorways and
000,000 t o urist visitor to the Pa,. and cruise o all 'lart of tht• ft l•1h•·:
windows, rich draperies and acarfa,
cifis oast, who will pend more t han who controls rnch wealth and re-
, 'l', ti al o h •r prom in •nt poultry-
brill ian t cushions and pottery.
$265,000,000-.all ne w money which ource. that hi' is a world-power in men of this vic inity al " repor very
The entire cut was well adapted
will be applied to the mor
p ed} h;mself, is proud1•st of on thing, an, 1 g1at,fying re ult with .·tandard Egg
WED ESDA Y and T HURSDAY, Ap ril 8 and -
t o thei r part11 and each one displayed
up-turn of busine in this s ct1on.
that i~ he never waated a cent . lie '.\tasr .. "I ' ve he n usi ng IL all wint r :
xcelli,nt acting . The comedy lead,
fiK"Ures repre ent a joint is not only one of th,, world" r h t and have• been gc•tting 90 p r cent 1 §
Warn •r Baxter, in th GI' at Thrill r-
wer especially g ood and t he charac-
outlook on the a pproaching tourist men, but also one of the mc;,t thrif y. procl t.: C' i,,n mo t of th• time," stat s :
ter rarta were ung and a cted aa if
eason from all large communit y ad-
Thrift b a wonderful vinue. Th<'Y t.>n man.
by profes ionals.
verti~ing oriranizatio ns along the Pa,. who follow in h r foo . t p
Th" Cu1rinsvillc .'tor, keep a :
Thi j!'r!'a JH< urc•,
arr•nr, \\'arnn Bax 1•r, MYTna Loy and
Thi' dark make-up and briK"ht ori-
cific Coast, R ports from the
fre .h . upply of hi •g ma h always §
• '1>ah Hecrv, i thc• tnl • of a cl· 1 r in·n who a. t th maK"ie or
ntal costumes added much to the
gan izations indlcat ea tremendous in-
her fa. cinatinK 1•~ · in "· m n ' oul. llu hey paid high pric,
charrn or the chorus numbers, while
on I and. _ _ _ _ _ _ _
for hl'r co~d c hann s---ruin , ,h h1>nor and hl' tiirma of outca .
terest througho ut the East and fid-
the dancing und r colored apotl i hta
from ho · !vi ,g lip , men urn d traitor. 111 he:r
dle West at the pre ent time in Pa-
as vuy fa cinating .
·mil.,, ht ra val ; 1n h •r arm , hit n ft 1i or di . grace and ru . _
\\.' al r Van r urran,
cific Coast vacations this year. Rail-
A ·r,ll(l<'rfol t Ir of h famou
r •11ch Foreign L gion tha
do n from Oak Grove r nir r camp
A large crowd enjoyed the p r - roads, team hip compan ie and bu1
ill hold you pellbound. I n additu,n , a dandy corned . D n'
formance ach night and declared it lines ii, the East anticipat a defi n ite
hav to ~a lk hack to <'
_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ _ __ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
a aucce . The operetta wa under we lward awing unpreced nted in
h •a~ • r in have va ht:d
Ad · ·
the dir ction of Iiss Grace Whit- the history of Am rican tourist
400 ~ard of the r. E. P.
u t , 25c.; h!ldr n und r 1 , 10c.
up t 1e: mountain .
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