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About Estacada progress. (Estacada, Or.) 1908-1916 | View Entire Issue (June 24, 1915)
Supplement to Estacada Progress
Thursday, June 24, 1915.
A Word Of Greeting
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Beers of
Fair Money Amounts To $1,824.26
lAlspaugh and Gresham, are
To the School Board, Patrons About a dozen friends of Mr. According to the
of the School and Pupils, a few and Mrs. Irwin D. Wright of Es ment of Secretary of s"ate Ob ^ ndin* a few da-vs at Newport,
tacada, last Friday evening en cott this week, $1,824.26 ¡3 the j '
The School Board has seen fit joyed a musical given at their amount Clackamas county will Children’s Day exercises will
to place me in charge of the Es home by Mr. and Mrs. Gottfried receive this year as her share of he held at the Viola Church next
tacada schools for the coming Herbst.
the amounts ‘ apportioned to the j Sunday evening. All are invited
year. I wish to thank these gen- Prof. Herbst, concert violinist counties of the state, under the;t0 be present.
tlemen and to express my appre- an(} Mos. Herbst, soprano, are in i law providing for the levying ol Arrangements have about been
ciation of the honor conferred, charge of the musical depart- 1-20 of a mill on the taxable prop- perfected, wherebv J. F. Wiles
It seems to me however, that ment of Washington State College i efty of the state, for the support 0f Garfield will rent the John
the honor is hkely to be the least 0f Pullman, wnere Prof. Herbst ¡of county fairs, land product Ficken farm near Viola,
ot my troubles. May I bespeak conducts the college orchestra of ¡shows or livestock exhibitions.
Bina Jones of Portland
fr? W i a11’ support vathout 32 and the band of 44 pieces, and : This money shall be used for was Mrs.
a guest of relatives at Eagle
for the year 1915-’16 is impos vocal instruction.
and such part its is not expended ' 1 ee*< Sunday •
shall revert to the general road 1 John Githens of Alspaugh last
My prophetic powers were nev
1 week purchased a Lincoln ram
an excellent impromptu fund.
er well developed and therefore dered
a Monmouth sheep breeder,
1 refrain at this time from de from Bach, Beethoven, Mozart will receive about the same flom
J. Sturgeon of Estaca-
tailing accomplished facts of the and Schuman, exquisitely play amount this year, as prospects da is still S. suffering
as the result
coming school year.
ed by Prof. Herbst. Mrs. Herbst’s indicate that the East Clackamas , an accident in Portland a few
This much, however, I will ven singing of Schuman and Grieg County Fair will receive.
weeks ago, w'here she slipped on
ture; if the parents and guardi song- was a ra^e treat and her
banana peeling and ¡n falling
ans of our pupils fulfill their res Aye Maria of Bach, the obligato School Election Results
the end of the elbow
ponsibility in discipline and home being played by her husband,
GARFIELD - Elmer Davis,
influence we will have no real was exceptionally beautiful.
Director; J. J. Davis, Clerk. Tax A delightful surprise party
trouble in school room control, Th se musicans were especial’y of
was given last Thursday evening
2R mill voted.
and if the pupils enter the school
to meet the local artists SPRINGWATER
in honor of Ewen Folsom of
- Directo Springwater
to learn they will get that for delighted
and about thirty of
which they came. For the rest water, and as Mrs. Aue’s father
^ohen.:; Cierk, Ed Closrer. the young folks
we will be governed by circum is the famons American violin
teacher writer and authority,! UPPER GALilLI.I) (Porter Will Me Millan of Alaska visit
Now, you, who have grievan Henry Schradick; an added bond i School Director. G. T. Hunt; ed for a few days last week at
the home of his brother A. D.
Clerk, Mrs, J. Kreiger.
ces, prepare to shed them. We of friendship was formed.
enter a new year, and with a clean
LOWER GARFIELD ( Tracy 2 tc Millan of Eagle Creek.
sheet. Let us all pull together Dance Saturday Night School ) - Director, Yv W. Dil- Mrs. Gertrude Hutton of Port
and continue our jealous pride
Ion: Clerk, L. J. Palm; teer.
land has been visiting ;.mong rel
in our town’s greatest asset, the There will be a dance at the CUKLINSVILLE - Di
I ¡rector, atives and friends in Estacada
F. B. Guthrie. Garfield Country Club, next Sat D. Mattson; Clerk, W. Wade.
vicinity for the past week.
urday evening, June 26th, with GEORGE - Director, k. Wis- and Wm.
Young of Viola was last
Barn Dance To Honor Newlyweds dancing from 8.30 to 12. Admis
derhold; Clerk, J. Paulson. I G week called to Silverton. where
All friends of Mr. and Mrs.
mill tax voted.
his brother is dangerously ill in a
Archie Yocum of Garfield are in
vited to attend a barn-dance to
rdsl icada 5 - Kenton 0 Gus Burnett; Clerk, P. A. Trull- hospital.
The Modern Priscillas of Cur-
be given in their honor, Friday
mill tax voted.
Sunday’s base ball game irger.
i insville are planning to hold
evening, June 25th in the mas in Last
Esiaj.ida showed a return to DOUGLASS School - R. Wood- their next meeting July 1st as a
sive barn of Jerome Schultz at form
on : he part of the Estacada le, Director; K. S. Gibson, Cierk. picnic on Eagle Creek.
the “Dingy Dump’’ in Lower bail cssers
and the licking they 3 mill tax voted.
Mrs. Harold Gordon of Als-
aaministered to the Kenton DODGE - Director, J. Maus; paugh
attended the funeral of
Clerk, D. Horner. l'A mill tax her sister
Barton Will Be There
at Wilsonville, last
The following schedule of made here last season.
ELWOOD - Director, J. Ivl. il- Wm. Hicinbotham and family
games has been arranged for the
coming Gladstone Chautauqua A J ot' t’he locals excepting Mor- ike; Clerk, I. M. Parc,
Mrs. M. L. Sevier of Viola,
series. The fast Barton team lonm Parks swung the stick; VIOLA - Director, Ed Milier; and
last Monday at the home
will represent Eastern Clacka * i ei c ; e , ba)1. wasn. Wlth a re' • Clerk, L. Tenny. 2 mill rax.
Hicinbotham at River
mas, as the Estacada team wi'l bagger by Rooney, and a double t
not be among the con.e terns by Dale.
-tamed from all districts.)
S. J. Eddy and wife of Port
were the guests of Mr. and
July 6, Molalla vs. Clackamas g'ame, with a credit of 11 strike DeCamp- 1.UU3 n ta rn a g e I. end
rs. R. B. Gibson of Eagle Creek
” 7, Moose vs. Barton
ar.d only two walks, while Carl A. Duus, son of Mr. and i_st Sunday.
” 8, Macksburg vs. Clacka out;
only scored 4 hits. . Mrs. J. C. Duus and a former Mrs. F. W. Bates of Lower Gar-
resident ot Lower Garfield, was t’e.d was stung by a nee a few
The line-up for Estacada was i married
’’ 9, Barton vs, Mol ilia
to .Miss Dollie DeC. mp nays ago and so badly poisioned
10, Moose vs. Macksburg as follows:-
Thursday evening, ; ..at the services of a physician
” 12, Clackamas vs. Barton
C - L. Bronson.
:June 17th, at the heme of the were
” 13, Molalla vs. Moose
P - N. Bronson.
: bride’s pat ents, Mr. an^ Mrs. it. Geo. necessary.
” 14, Macksbu -g vs. Barton
1 st - Alspaugh.
Armstrong of Lower Gar-
” 15, Moose vs. Clackama,
2 ih i - , 'immons.
. old lost a valuable cow last Mon
Only the immediate family was day
16, Molalla vs. Macksbu t
3rd - P rks.
¡present at the ceremony. Mr.
” 17, Championship decided.
ss - Dale,
new addition to the house
No games are played on Gun- rf - M 'rton.
Botkin in Lower Gar
day, July 11, or Sunday, July la.
under way and when
Last year Macksburg won the
greatly add to the
silver cup by defeating Oreg •
While the advance notice was Mr. and Mrs. H. the M. place.
City in the final game of the ser
ies in a classy 14 inning g\m . the home team, as his work as a short, a number of the Estacad ; ' E. A. Duus of Lower Duus
substitute fielder for the visitors, women availed themselves of th..
and on a 6-5 score.
show ed two of their four hits, opportunity to witness the can spent last Sunday with Mr. and
with equally clever fielding.
ning demonstration, heir! Tues ;\lrs. N. L. Kirchem at Logan.
morning at the C.l.C. room. Mrs. Isabel Trowbridge of Rice
Eagle Creek Grange held its Alspaugh on the first corner and Miss
Helen Cowgill. who is Lake, Wis. arrived in Estacada
regular session last Saturday, his piav ing, coupled with his sent out by
the O.A.C. and the tnis week, where she will make
with about 40 present, including
knowledge should be a U. S. Dept, of Agriculture, was an extended visit with her son,
several visitors. Being Chil baseball
ass^ lo the team.
in charge. She used the “ cold- H. G. Trowbridge.
dren’s Day, a number of t.ie big While
pack methor.” and demonstrated
children took part on the pro ment ha- as yet been made as to the
new pressure cookers,
the game for July 5th, when the Tuesday evening, a similar de-
Arrangements are being made celeoration
will be on, the fans monstration was given in Garfield
to have Mr. Hector Me Pherson
that Estacada will lock and Wednesday and Thursday
of the Extension Staff of the 0. hope
with the fast Barton team, demonstrations were held in
A. C. deliver an address on horns
we all love to see a good Springwater, Currinsville and
“Farm Credits” at the July meet for
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4th of July