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Devoted to the Interests ot Eastern Clackamas County
LO CAL COUPLE CELEBRATE
Estacada High School
GOLDEN WEDDING MONDAY
Graduates Class of 21
CLACKAM AS NEWS THURSDAY,
News from the Neighboring Towns
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$1.50 A YEAR
SHADEKIST AUTO PARK
C o m m u n it y C lu b to Hold
PROVES POPULAR RESORT
S p e c ¡a , M e e t in g J u n e 14
With tables, benches and camp
\ g o’clock on Monday evening,
One o f the outstanding social
stoves completed and other improve- June 14, a special meeting of the
held Friday evening, May 21, in the
1 Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Gibson and son ments extending over the entire Estacada Community club will be
high school auditorium. A class of j tion of the Golden Weddihg anni-
! Howard came up to the Gibson cem park, F. J. Lingelbach is already held for the purpose of preparing
twenty-one graduates marched to ■ versary of Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Hurst,
Hale, Harry Osborne and Ruth etery where they have relatives bur beginning to enjoy a good patron- plans for the July meeting of the
the platform to receive their diplo both prominent long-time residents Halo were Sunday visitors of Mr. ied, on Monday. They also called age at the new Shadekist Auto Greater Clackamas Union o f clubs.
The wedding dinner
at the home of R. B. Gibson after park, located at Estacada Heights, The committee appointed to handle
mas and hear the commencement
I was given at their home in South and Mrs. S. Burdette at Sandy, Or
which was opened May 7. Patrons the details of the July meeting is
visiting the cemetery.
program. A fter the invocation by ; Estacada on the afternoon of May
are enthusiastic over the beauty of very desirous of having all the peo-
Mr. Kirchner has moved out to
Rev. J. F. Dunlop, an opening num 31, 1926. Attending were Mr. and
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Payne of
the location and the convenient pie o f this community give them any
ber by the Estacada high school or Mrs. B. M. Hurst and children Paul, Salem visited at the home of Mr.
equipment which includes water on suggestions or ideas that will assure
P. Woodle is building porches on
chestra was given after which Mr. Ella Gwendolyn, Mrs. Fred Smith and Mrs. L. Hale on Saturday.
faucets near the camp stoves and the success of the July meeting.
Olson, the principal, read the names and her husband, o f Portland. An-
Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Sullivan of
tables> and declare th centeriain-
President Cooke has allotted one
of the five students who had re ! other son< Will Hurst, a jeweler of Astoria arrived at the home of Mr.
Roy Douglass is hauling gravel ment afforded them ig worth double
and one-half hours to be given for
ceived the highest grades during | St. Paul, Minn., was expected but and Mrs. Hugh Jones on Monday these fine days, making prepara- the price
the express purpose o f completing
their four years of high school work. was unable to attend.
tions to build a new home.
of the details necessary for the
The students whose names were on
The Currinsville grade school pu-
Mr. and Mrs. E. N. Naylor had
The anniversary cake was baked
the honor list were Ardine Byers, i by " m rs.” Schock,~and" was very "beau- Pils with their teachers and relatives company over the week-end— some to accommodate bathers and two proper entertainment of the county
springboards have been completed, body.
Coleman, tiful as well as delicious. Across enj ° yed a P '« ™ at Dinty Moore’s , of their children of Eugene,
This place is expected to be very
The Greater Clackamas Union of
Ruth Day, and Florence June Reed. the top o f the cake was written “ Mr. ,
ground Monday. May Sl
is one of the strongest organ-
Emma Coleman gave the class ad
and Mrs. C. F. Hurst on their 50th j A fter a typical picnic lunch the | children and Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Up- weather gets warmer.
izations in the state.
I f we can
dress, the subject of her talk being
Wedding Anniversary,” and on the
"Footprints on the Sands o f a Great
sides in yellow frosting “ From Mrs. the winner being Ruth Kitching. Douglass Monday afterinoon.
Band dance at the Gem theater ' tained at'the park May 30 and 31: they will all remember it will be a
E. W. Warrington from
Schock and Alta.” Several presents
| W. D. Bailey and family,
Milo benefit to us.
Oregon Agricultural College gave
were received by the couple and I race, and the married women ran Saturday evening, June $.
' Schilke and family, I. E. Wills and
the commencement address.
Remember Monday evening, June
Mrs. Smith brought a very hand- i
family, F. Smith and family, A. H. 14 at 8 o'clock. The meeting will
spoke on the subject, "You and
some boquet of Canterbury Bells j main features of the afternoon.
Gunther and family, O. McCoy and be short and snappy and we wan
The Senior Girls’
and poppies. A fter the anniversary 1 Those present were charmed at
family, H. and O. Sensei and famil everyone there.
quartet sang the song entitled
dinner Mr. and Mrs. Hurst had their the beauty of the camP * round and
The 8ch° o1 closed thls year *
"Goin’ Home.” The diplomas were pictures taken with the children be- are Srateful 40 Mr- Moore who al- work with a picnic on Saturday at ies, R. Williams and family, V. U.
presented by A. G. Ames, chairman fore the latter departed for their lowed them to U3e the * round8 free the school house, at which the par. Shenkel and family, and H. Schmidt ALU M NI A S S O C IA T IO N GIVES
of the school board. Rev. Ira F.
BANQUET FOR CLASS OF ’ 26
ents and pupils spent a very enjoy and family, all o f Portland. Each
homes in Portland.
I o f cbar3e-
reported a good time and a quiet
Rankin of the Methodist Episcopal
The News joins with their many!
Myia Chambers of Salem was a able time. In the evening the grad-
Seniors of ’ 26 and the former
church gave the benediction after friend3 in wishing them many more Week' end finest « t the home of Mr. uation exercises with a splendid 1 rest, and were deeply impressed
which the crowd thronged to the
program. The graduates were Lu- with the wide streets and general graduates of Estacada high school
years of happiness together.
a" d Mr# C’ A ' Jacl ues and in honor
enjoyed the annual banquet given
stage to congratulate the graduates.
of her presence Mrs. Jaques planned cille Guttridge, Evelyn Aycock, Wil- apearance of Estacada.
by the Alumni association at the
Members of the graduating class
Mrs. Hurst (Miss Ida F. Adlon) a del>8htiul picnic which was held
I CLEAR CREEK B A LL CLUB
Log LaBarre hotel, Saturday even
are William Shearer, Ardine Byers, was born Nov. 19, 1857, in Oska-' ” n Sunday at the Delph Creek and Donald Byers.
SWAMPS SANDY; SCORE 26-0 ing, May 29.
Florence June Reed, Avis Cadonau, loosa, Iowa, and Mr. Hurst was Trout hatchery. Those who attend-
A surprise party was given at
A t the banquet tables, green and
Howard Davis, Lenora Beck, Mar born Sept. 13, 1845 in Germany.! ad the Picnic were Myla Chambers, the J. W. Byers hime on Monday
garet Beck, Victor Bowman, Harold Mr. Hurst spent two years in Paris j ' Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Jaques Mr. evening in honor of Miss Ardine , . The baseball game at Vie . Sun- white caps which represented dolls
Bronson, Emma Coleman, Ralph En- before coming to this country, ar-1 Hebding and the Misses Myrtle wh0 left on Tuesday to spend the day b^
et\ Cle° r CreekJ Ll'imb* t were donned by guests. The rooms
quistf Arlie Coop, Myrtle Hall, riving at the age o f 21. He spent Hall and Emma Coleman.
summer in Portland. About twenty Co’ and Sandy ^as a one-sided affair were decorated with green and
R | as the score will indicate, 26 to 0 white streamers.
Russel Reed as
Florence Hassell, Erma Jones, Irene some time in Illinois and then
young poeple were present and
' in favor of Clear Creek.
president of the Alumni association
Kaake, Foster Myers, Oliver Suter, moved to Oskaldosa where he met
had a very pleasant evening.
Hartly behind the bat played his acted us an efficient toastmaster.
Bertha Tiffany, Thelma Wilcox and his wife. They were married May j
Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Lincoln and
Mrs. Louis Weisenfluh gave a
usual good game and is in a class The Estacada high school fucu.ty
31, 1876, Rev. D. R. Dungan offici-!
Mrs. Lincoln’s sister of Portland
party in honor of her son Harold’s
with Baker and Smith. Potter on were requested to give speeches.
A fter their marriage they j
were week-end guests at the Bard
birthday, Friday, May 28.
first could show up such men as William Shearer, president of the
remained in Oskaloosa until 1903, 1
little boys and two little girls were
Mclnnis and Judge and when it class of '26 told the members of the
then moving to hreemont, Nebraska.'
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Guests at the Peter Erickson
Announcement has been made of
They live “ there eight vears and present’ beslde8 Mrs- H - Khnker home over the week-end were their comes to guarding the keystone Alumni how pleased the new mem
, , D ,, g , J
and Miss Dorothy Ruhl. They were
sack Hornsby has nothing on Hall. bers were with the association. The
the marriage o f Thomas Morton and ,,
then moved to Portland, Ore. A fter ,
. . .
. treated to ice cream and other good son Ray and family o f Camp 10, The way Swanson covered the business meeting was then held and
Miss Irene Sating at Portland, Ore., a short stay there they moved , to
and their sons Floyd and Joe with ground at short would make Peck- officers for the coming year were
Estacada where they have made’
on Tuesday, May 25.
.. . ,
Mrs. Elsie Dew closed a success- their families from Portland.
enpaugh blush with shame and Tray- selected. Methods for raising mon
Mr. and Mrs. John Paak and chil nor couldn’t put up a better game
Both Mr. and Mrs. Morton are then- home for the past
i ful term o f school on -Friday, May
ey for the association were talked
Wash., spent at third than Nelson did, but when
popular in this vicinity, where they
21. On the following Monday they dren of Woodland
over. The meeting adjourned and
formerly resided, and have many
had their picnic at the school house Sunday visiting at the Carl Ward it comes to shooting the old pill the guests assembled in the lobby
THE METHODIST EPISCOPAL
friends here who wish them much
on account of the rainy weather. home.
over the obloid, Bruster would where they were entertained by the
Mrs. A. E. Rice and daughter
Many of the older folks were pres-
make Walter Johnson turn green program planned by the members
IR A F. RANKIN, Pastor.
Mr. Morton conducted the T. H.
ent and a good time was enjoyed Jeanne of St. Helens spent a few with envy.
Watson, Pelkey and of the Alumni. Three numbers or»
days visiting with her sister Mrs.
Morton store in this city until March
field are in a class ihe program were given by two
All services will be held at th e ! ^ a1*'
W iley Howell and family.
first, and since that time has been Mt. Zion Camp Meeting grounds’ ,
with Cobb, Harris and Barnhart.
young toe-dancers from Portland;
Willing went to Portland
Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Erickson
employed in Portland.
Mrs. Mor June 4 to 14. All-day meeting and j *“ * * nday
In the first inning scorekeepei immediately following was a one-act
v.8.t w,th his dad visited over the week-end with her
ton has also been employed in Port basket dinner Sunday.
The Sun- * nd grandmother.
He will remain parents at The Dalles.
| Hoyt ran the lead out of his pen play.
land for some time, but formerly
A fter the program the high school
day school will meet at the Estaca-1 ° r, fa w e e , °f, tW0'_,
Mrs. Schwartz and her mother cil and had to call for a fountain
resided here and attended school,
da church promptly at 9:30 w here1 “ r’ “ d. Mrs’ Chas; Renda,man Mrs. Orton left on Sunday for their ; pen and no doubt missed a few runs orchestra furnished music and the
and is a graduate of the Estacada
making the change.
remainder of the evening was spent
conveyance will be provided to the ° , ° r an. " p r e . ' Isltill 8' 'Titb
Mrs. Schwartz expects to
and Mrs. Leo Rath on Sunday.
high school. She also attended O. „ otvl„
teach in the West Linn school next
A. C. for a time.
n c i n c a *
Portland was year.
New York Nationals will be out to
Dr. S. A. Danford, Area Evangel- the gue8t of Mr and Mrg
They will make their hime at
S. STAMP TO TR Y NEW
Mr. W. W. Christensen of Port j :ook this fast aggregation over and
Lake Grove, Ore., where they re ist of the Portland Area, President! chaney for a week 0r more.
STRAW BERRY WEV1L B A IT
Emeritus o f the North Dakota Meth-
Mr. Frank Howard has gone to land was calling in this neighbor I no doubt sign most of these players
cently purchased a lovely home.
odist Camp Meeting association, and Baker City to attend the meeting
A new strawberry wevil bait^
founder o f the Jamestown North of the gtate Grange
Mrs. Wiley Howell and Mrs. i material to draw on to still have a
CHORAL SOCIETY PRESENTS
“ Go West,” is being introduced in
“ THE ROSE M AID EN” JUNE 4
Any teams wanting games with this territory, the first order from
which has its 22nd annual meeting home on Saturday from a ten lers on Mrs. Moger.
Creek write W. Bruster or the county agent, W. A. Holt, be
In “ The Rose Maiden,” the en the latter part of June. Dr. Dan- dayg trip
ing received by P. S. Stamp of Es
phone C. A. Potter.
trancing cantata to be sung by the
who has secured enough to
Mr. and Mrs. Julius Carlson and mother, Mrs. J. W. Lewellen in Or
members of the Estacada Choral so ing in all that time and ig sched-
protect one-half acre.
SALMON HOOKERS CLEARED
ciety, June 4, at the Liberty Theater
The ordinary life of the straw
Mr and Mrs. T. I. Kirkwood and
c . c . Warr7 n~
d E Cannon
there are many special features. The ers for this year. He will be with of Mr. and Mrg R g cha
berry plant has been limited to two
Cantata consists of six numbers by
week in Eagle Creek at the house | fouI hooking of salmon below th<J or three years, due to the ravages
Dr. and Mrs. Forrest Bartholo-
the full chorus, one number will be
of the strawberry wevil, but ac
of Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Glover. | talig of 0regon cit
sung by male moives and one by the
Mr. and Mrs. George Lawrence mon were taken as evidence against cording to county agent Holt the
ladies’ chorus. There will be trios, They come very highly recommend-
new bait will prolong the productiv-
Henry Hoffmeister and family of of Estacada were Sunday evening
duetg and several solos. The solo ed as song leaders.
of tbt p|anlg t0 about five years.
Damascus, were visiting with Mr. guestg of Mr. and Mrs. Moger.
parts are sung by Mrs. Fred Horner,
Representatives from the North „ „ j « .
e - j u a
Hoffmel8te«- la8‘ Sun-
soprano; Ruth Dillon, contralto, Mr. Pacific Evangelistic Institute will be i daJ Fred
Twelve game wardens
on Sunday were their son Roy of
Fred Horner, baritone, and Harold on the program Tuesday evening.
Mrg, j w CaWU hag gQne ^
went on as witnesses against the de-
Portland, their daughter, Mrs. Ralph
Horner, tenor. The cantata is very
woll pleased at tho
You cannot afford to miss any o f braska to visit her mother,
Tracy and family of Logan and
beautiful and has cost the choral
Plan to camp on
Mr. and Mrs. Claude Woodle and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hayden of ants were Charles Severs and W. splendid attendance at the Chil-
society a great deal o f money and the ground and attend throughout children o f Corbett, Mr. and Mrs
. Smith. B. F, Lindas was for dren’s Day exercises during tho
effort. Mr. David Horner is acting the ten days. Full announcements Joe Woodle of Portland and Mr. Portland.
the State Game and Fish Commis Bible school hour last Sunday.
Ardie Karr and wife o f Eastern sion. The jury was out tw0 hours
as director and Mrs. Harold Horner will be made each evening for the J. P. Woodle o f Estacada, were cal-
Iheru were ju3t 98 present and it
Oregon have been spending a few
The arrangement ling on Mr. and Mrs. Ray Woodle days as the guests of Mr. and Mrs. and finally brought verdict of not was a very beautiful program. The
start of the Sunday services will be as j Sunday evening.
church had been beautifully dec
Five cases were brought up in orated for the occasion.
promptly at 8 o’clock. The choral follows at the Camp Grounds:
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Douglass and
Harley Rainey and family of
connection with the case of War
society cordially invites the public Sunday school .........................10:00 children motored to Shuebel Sun
Portland were Sunday visitors at ren and E. Cannon, two were dis- was also a splendid attendance and
Admission, adults 36c; Evangelistic serviceg ............... 11.00 day, spending the day with the par- the R. S
keen interest at both the Christian
Guttridge home. Lucille
. . .
missed after the verdict. The two
Basket Dinner ........................ 12:30 ents of Mrs. Douglass, Mr. and Mrs
children 10c; loges 50c.
returned home with them for a vis- CMCg that were digmi8ged were lhat Endeavor and the evening preaching
Evangelistic services .................2:30 G. Moehnke.
service. Many heard the churt ser
of Warren and Forchner who were mon on the Christian Baptism.
Mr. and Mrs. George Douglas and Epworth League ...................... 7 :80
Mr. and Mrs. SC. J. Eddy and
Arrangements are being made for accU8ed of fishing without a 11-
daughter Miss Harriett were here Evangelistic services ................ 8:00 children o f Portland were the guests
Now that the summer months are
a Children s day program to be giv- j cengc
from Portland for the Decoration
o f Mr. and Mrs. R. . Gibson on
on let us pull all the harder to
Elva n Shibley
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of i Forchner keep up the church and not let the
■ and Edith Howell
«#vc up the case ui
Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Gerber and is the date for the Cantata “ The
Rose Maiden, ” to be given at the
®r“ h’ dau* bter8 Alta and
Portland v« itar8 on Tuesday. and McKinni. who was also accused spiritual fire go out on God's altar.
children o f Logan were visiting on Liberty theater.
The Bible school meets at 10 a.m.
" uUne and “ in * nd’ "»»tored out
George Guttridge and family of ,,f /oui hooklng. The dt,
Sunday at the home o f Mrs. Ger
Othe rteachers are being provided
th" w ,y on Monday calling at the Estacada were Sunday guests at the nlea<i
pleaded not guilty. A large crowd
Mr. Roy E. Beck of Estacada and home of Fred Hoffmeister.
b e r '» parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tracy.
for those who are leaving for their
They Joe Guttridge home.
I as* « mbl,!d to hear the trial, but
The morning sermon is
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Dunlop and
Mr. and Mrs. Jim
. . .
Forchner and McKinnis were dls-
little son are enjoying a visit with Garfield school to teach the coming where the parentg o£ Mrg< Bragh f ° ^ land were ^Monday g u e s ts .t the miaged b<c, UK of lurk of eridence another one upon the series of the
New Testament Church of Christ.
friends at Three Links for a few
home of his brother Edward here.
A case against Forchner is set
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Palmateer of
It will be upon the "Divine Organi
1 for Monday, June 7.
of the Church.” In the even
Guests at the E. S. Womer home
Miss Ruth Day is now employed
Band Dance at the Gem Theater
ing there will be the Christian En
on Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Floyd in this vicinity a few days last in the Estacada State bank.
Mrs. R. H. Carter wag shopping
Saturday night, Jun0 5. Adm. 50c.
deavor as usual at 7 o ’clock fol
Spurlin and children and Mr. and week.
in Portland on Saturday.
lowed by the preaching service at
Mr. and Mrs. James Freeman
Mrs. Pael Womer and children all
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Morton 8 o’clock.
Mrs. D. B. Eschleman were Portland came out from Portland on Friday
The sermon for that
o f Corvallis, and Mr. and Mrs. Earl and children of Huber, Ore., were
of Portland were guests at the J. evening will be upon the subject,
Hicka and Mrs. Bunker o f Portland. guests at the home’ of their father V1*it0r* on S^urd.y.
W. Moore home on Tuesday even ‘ A True Love Story— Ruth.’’ Every
Mrs. James Smith and James Jr., at the high schooL
Miss Vera Chandler wa« in Port Mr. J. V. Barr on Sunday.
one is cordially invited to come and
The Masons and Eastern Star
Mr. and Mrs. WalUce Smith drove and little Homer MaUon were here
land on Saturday for her violin les
strangers will be made welcome.
She will appear in recital to Stayton on Monday. On Tues- from Portland on Sunday,
M t . and Mrs. Ed Allen o f Sandy
Tuesday at the Masonic temple, was visiting this last week at the
soon at Lincoln high school along dfty they attended the Golden Wed-
Miss Sherman has been entertain
home o f her sister, Mrs. Elizabeth
with other pupils o f the Clifford ding of Mr. Smith’s grandfather at w#re visiting in this community or There were quite a number present
ing out-of-town guests this week.
ptudio *t Violin god J>np,