Eastern Clackamas news. (Estacada, Or.) 1916-1928, May 22, 1919, Image 1

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    Devoted to the Interests of Eastern Clackamas County
V olume 12,
N umber 35
ESTACADA’S SECOND
CHAUTAUQUA WILL BE
HELD JUNE 3, 4 AND 5
The Chatauqua committee met
Monday night, to confer with J.
J. King the advertising repre­
sentative of the Radcliffe Cha­
tauqua association. The meeting
was called tb order by the chair­
man M. B. Signs with H. C. Mc­
Cormick as secretary.
The dates for the assembly are
June 3, 4 and 5, and Mrs. E. E.
Saling was appointed to see the
R. R. Co. about securing the use
of the Park Pavilion. The pro­
gram this year which is given be­
low, hails the dawn of a new
day. The quickening of Ameri­
can ambition following the war
against autocracy, is to be seized
while fervor is at a white heat,
and shaped into a nation wide
crusade for Education. The lec­
tures are charged with vim, nov­
elty, humor, dash and big heart­
ed enthusism.
j
Committees were appointed to
see about the aivance sale of
season tickets, .which will be
placed at $2.00 for adults, high
school p ipils and children under
fifteen, $1.00. Single admissions
will cost 50 cents for adults and
25 cents for children.
!
The N e w s is intensely inter­
ested in the promotion of thisen-
treprise as the Chatauqua is an
agency powerful for educational,
cultural and moral uplift In a
community. ■ Wherever it has
been tried and received sufficient
support to insure its success, the
verdict has been. overwhelming
in its favor. It is a sad commen­
tary on the present day spirit,
that while a vaudeville show will
without effort draw a crowd, an
entertainment which is also in­
structive and will confer a last­
ing benefit, has to be vigorously
pushed and advertised to secure
patronage. We bespeak for the
ticket solicitors a most cordial
response from the public. Those
who have the true interests of
our community at heart, will n* t
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E stacada , O regon , T hursday , M ay 22, 1919
$1.50 P er Y ear
GREAT ENTHUSIASM
SHOWN HI CHRISTIAN
ENDEAVOR CONVENTION
TENTH ANNUAL COMMENCEMENT
OF THE
ESTACADA OREGON HIGH SCHOOL
AT THE
HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUM
Of all sad words of pen or tongue.
The saddest are these: “ 1 wish
I’d «one.”
Thus spoke negligent Christian
Endeavorers who failed to attend
the convention held last Friday,
Saturday and Sunday in Oregon
pity.
From the opening song service
on Friday night, led by Dr.
Prudden, to the closing sermon
on Sunday night, there was no
waning of enthusiasm and inter­
est. About 30 out-of-town dele­
gates were registered, and the
local churches were well repre­
sented.
“The War! What War? was
the theme of the convention and
this thought was carried through­
out. On Friday night Dr. S. W.
Seeman delivered the first of a
series of four Bible lessons, on
the Book of Ephesians.
Dr.
Seeman’s lectures were highly
instructive and inspiring. The
revolutionary movements, now
being carried on by the different
denominations, were explained
bv the ministers'and laymen of
Oregon City churches.
The
theme of the evening w a s
summed up by Dr. Crocker in
this question, “ Are you laymen
of the church working as hard at
Christianity at you expect your
minister to?”
At the business session, held
on Saturday morning, the follow­
ing county officers were elected
forthenew year: ShirlieSwallow,
President; Cha-5. N. Harlow, Vice-
Pres.; Gladys Trimble, Secretary;
Weldone Quge, Treasurer; Dr. S.
W. Seeman, Rev. E. E. Gillrrt,
Rev. W. E. Bean, Advisors.
Our State President, Walter
Meyer, gave a snappy talk, and
extended to all an urgent invit­
ation to attend the late O. E.
Convention in Portland. June
SENIOR CLASS NIGHT
FRIDAY. MAY 23RD, fc:00 P. M.
PR O G R AM :
M u s i c ............................................-
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Orchestra
S a l u t a t o r y ..............................................................Ruth Saling
E s s a y .................................................... -
Ethel Krigbaum
R e a d i n g ............................................-
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Elma Graham
M u s i c ............................................-
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Orchestra
Class H i s t o r y ................................... -
Clarence Anderson
Class Will and P r o p h e c y ...................................Homer Sarver
Valedictory
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Ernest Smith
M i s i c ..................................................... -
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Orchestra
BACCALAUREATE
SUNDAY. MAY 25TH, 8:00 P. M.
Invocation
Piano Solo
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Prelude C Minor
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by Rachmaninoff
Address
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Robert Fry Clark, Pres.
“ Facing the Future”
Vocal Solo “ The King of Love My Sheperd Is”
Gounod
Benediction
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Rev. J. F. Dunlop
Mrs. R. G. McCall
Pacific University
Miss Ruth Dillon
Rev. J. F. Dunlop
EIGHTH GRADE PROMOTION EXERCISES
TUESDAY. MAY 27TH
P ROGR A M:
Invocation
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Rev. R. A. Weld
Song
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The Anvil Chorus
Class
Address of Welcome
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Victor Adix
Leading - “The Old Man and Jim ” - Riley
Ervin Cadonau
Class History
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Theodore Howe
I iano Solo
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Capricante
Nova Smith
“The Preacher’s Boy”
Rea ling
Herbert Dunlop
Riley
“ Keep Your Face to the Sunshine”
- Klickman
Song
Waldo DeMoy, Harold Dillon, Arnold Lovelace,
Benton Sarver
Reading
“ Almost Beyond Endurance”
- Geo. Lingelbach
Riley
Reading
“ How They Saved St. Michael’s” - Jose Gordon
Song
“ Carry Me Back to Old Virgir.ny”
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Bland
Class
CLASS MOTTO:
“T he E levator to S uccess is not R unning ;
T ake the S tairs . ”
CLASS COLORS:
P urple and W hite .
C L A S S ROLL:
. Jose Gordon, Nova Smith, Ervin Cadonau, Victor Adix,
Arnold Lovelace, Benton Sarver, Georgia Carpenter,
George Lingelbach, Herbert Dunlop, Waldo DeMoy.
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1919.
The afternoon session was full
of interest, and up to the mark
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