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About Estacada progress. (Estacada, Or.) 1908-1916 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 27, 1916)
E v e ry b o d ’s G oin g
For once, Estacada will’ feel
the need o f a larger theatre
building, as indications point to
a re< ord attendance at the C. I. C.
play, entitled “ Three Hats,” to
be given at Boner’s Theatre,
next Saturday night.
The actors and actorines have
been steadily rehearsing their
parts, until most of them are re-
eitin* their lines in their sleeP- j
In addition vocal selections by
Harry Williams of Portland, will
be given between the acts and
Bronsons Orchestra has volun-
teered their services for the |
The following is the east of
CAST OF CHARACTERS
Sam Selwyn (a married man)
Mr. Thomas Morton j
Fred Bellamy (his unwilling slave)___
_ Irwin Wright
Capt. Katskill (of the Kilkenny Irregulars)
Dibbs (a boy in buttons)
Bosco Blithers (Professor o f penmanship)
Mrs. Selwyn (Selwyn’s better half)
____ Mrs. Madelene Wright
Grace (her daughter)
Miss Elizabeth Reid
Tilly (a parlor m a i d ) _
Mrs. Annie K. Morton
Lottie Blithers (Fred’s fiancee) ______
Miss Roberta Reid
Scene Drawing room.at Selwyn»
Vocal selections rendered between acts by T. H. Williams
(a) Mother O’ Mine
(b) On the Road to Mandalay
(a) My Love is like the red, red Rose
Accompanist, Miss Florence Hammond
Music by Bronson’s Orchestra
Springw ater Resident Laid
Owing to other attraciions in
A t Rest
¡town on Saturday evening, Janu-
The funeral services for the ' fry 29th, there will be no service
lare W. F. Crane of Springwater, j held at the Estacada Christian
who passed away January 20th, > Church,
took place Saturday afternoon, j
in the presence of a sorrowing j Following the Sunday School
assembly of relatives and friends, | services at the George Church
Rev. Aue officiating.
last Sunday, a number of the
Interment followed a t t h e ! young folks proceeded over to
Springwater cemetery, the burial, the Otto Paulsen home, where a
being in charge of undertaker, good time, in keeping with the
W. D. Henthorn.
day, was enjoyed.
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Extra rim and demountable wheels.
Average 25 miles to a gallon of gasoline.
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l Tne nipped
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M a n a iirg Editor
Sam Barr, 'parting Ediior
At the last Student Body meet
ing the body forgot to elect edi
tors for this column so it was re
solved that the old ones act till
the next meeting.
The local editor being absent
and the managing editor getting
used to our new cooking teacher
it falls upon the sporting editor
to make all the echoes. There
for don’t wonder why t h e
"Echoes” are not up to standard.
Miss Me Quaid has resigned on
account of ill health and her
place has been taken by Miss
We have the best football field
that our team ever played on,
and we wish to keep it so.
If those who have been driv
ing across it will please go a-
round they will be doing us a
great favor, as wagon ruts on a
foot ball field increase the danger
about threefold. We have often
returned from a foot ball trip
with a man disabled for the
greater part of the season, be
cause he turned his ankle in a
wagon track or something simi
lar. Of course no foot ball play
er minds a sprained or broken
ankle, but the coach will not let
New Business Man In Estacada
With the opening of a plumb
ing and metal working shop in
the Hunt Bldg, in Estacada last
week, by S. P. Pesznecker, the
Estacada business men have been
joined by another worker, all of
whom wish him success.
a man play that has a leg broken
or entirely missing, as this weak
ens our team.
The coach and manager built a
high stockade around the field
but a snow bird went to scratch
his back against one of the posts
and at present the stockade is
laying on the ground.
The L. H. S. Basket Ball team
met defeat at Hillsboro Jan. 22,
by the score of 26 to 12. The
Estacada boys did their share of
the fighting but, owing to tne
baskets, and the referee’s poor
knowledge of the rules Estacada
had to contribute another game
Saturday, Jan. 29th, a return
game with Hillsboro will be play
ed in the pavillion* at 7 o ’clock
sharp, then, with the same team.
Estacada expects a victory, at
least we will guarantee a' fast,
The game will be over in time
to attend the C. I. C. play.
I oints made by Estacada--
Harkenrider 4, Spackman 2 and