Eastern Clackamas news. (Estacada, Or.) 1916-1928, March 01, 1917, Image 5

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    Dont fail to attend
the
High School Student Body Annual Play
Friday Evening, March 2,1917
Boner’s Theatre
Curtain rises at 8 o’clock, presenting the comedy
Thompson of the ’Varsity
w ith
seventeen
characters
Reserved Seats on Sale at Estacada Pharm acy • 35c
General Admission • 25c
Estacada High School Annual Play
Auction Sale
On the C. M. Davis handle) place in Springwater
Saturday, Mar. 10, ’17
1 -1 1 year old blue roan mare
weight 1500 lbs.
1 - Team gray geldings, 10 and
11 years old, weight 2600 lbs.
1 - 12001b. Bay mare, 9 yr. old.
1 - 1100 lb sorrel mare, 7 years
old.
1 - 1000 lb. black mare, 4 years
old.
These are good horses. Also
3 sets double harness and collars.
4 - Head 2 year old heifers,
now milking.
2 - Head 5 year old cows, now
milking.
5 - Head young heifers. This
is all good dairy stock.
1 - 2 hoise disc harrow.
1 -3 ”
Peoria grain drill.
2 - 2 section peg tooth iron har­
rows.
1 - Spring tooth harrow.
2 - * 40 Oliver walking plows.
1 - Double shovel cultivator.
1 - 3” half truck wagon.
1 -7 5 egg bantam incubator.
1 - New No. 4 Sharpies tubular
cream separator.
1 -1 0 ft. new oak extension
table
1 - Old range stove.
1 - New bedstead and springs.
35 - Tons baled gray oat hay.
Barrels, tools, axes, hatchets,
law s - rip, cut-off and cross-cut,
planes, wrenches, hammers, hoes
potato forks and many other ar­
ticles too numerous to mention.
TERMS
Sums under $15. cash - all over
$15. on bankable note, 6 months,
8*> interest.
2 % discount for
cash on sums over $15.
Sale begins at 10:30 sharp, rain or shine.
FREE LUNCH
W. S. Wood. Auctioneer.
C. M. Davis,
AT NOON
A. Myers, Clerk.
Owner.
Thompson of the 'Varsity
Boner's Theatre
-
Estacada, Oregon
Cast of Characters
•
March 2, 1917
Phil Thompson, Right Tackle on Huntington Team Frank Somer
Joe Green,
His Room-mate
Joe Demoy
Charley Davis, Left Half-Back on Huntington Team Lloyd Saling
“ Fatty” (Harry) Merriil, Center
”
”
Harold Young
Bert Haliday,
Full-Back
”
”
Emil Johnson
Stephen Gray,
Manager
”
”
Otto Jannsen
Fred Wood, Sub. Right Tackle
”
”
Lewis Jones
Buck Harding, Football Coach
Clyde Denny
Addison Hornblower, Wood’s Freshman chum Herbert Kuhrasc’h
Algernon Evans Sears, Of the sporty set of the
University of Wooster
Homer Sarver
Jerry Adams,
Captain^of Wooster Team
Ernest Smith
"Sherlock” Watkins,
The Arm of the Law
Bill Bartlemay
Professor Crowell,
Dean of Huntington College
Ray Drill
Eleanor Crowell,
His Daughter
Gladys Townsend
Mrs. Joseph Green,
Joe’s Mother
Jannette Graham
Hazel Green,
His Sister
Ruth Saling
Alicia Taylor,
Friend of Hazel’s
Rosallie Allen
Sarah,
Maid at Crowell’s
Lena Cahill
Members of Huntington Football Team • Students - Etc.
Act I
Room of Green and Thompson. Day before the game.
Act II
Training Quarters at Huntington. Day of the game.
Act III
Room in the Home of Dean Crowell. Day after game.
An error appeared i n last
week’s issue, relative to the
George Singing Society, as cred­
it for the singing practise held at
the school house is due Miss
Duncan the teacher, who invited
all to join with the pupils in pre­
paration of their songs for “ Na­
tional Song Week.”
A Mr. Smith of Portland is the
new owner of the Henkle Store
in Eagle Creek, where he is re­
ceiving a welcome from the local
trade.
Mrs. E. W. Bartlett of Estaca­
da returned Saturday from a few
days visit among friends in
Portland, with Mr. Bartlett re­
turning from a business trip at
Marshfield on Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Wright of
Union, who have been visiting
for a week at the home of their
son, I. D. Wright of Estacada.
returned to Portland on Monday,
where they are spending the
winter.