Image provided by: Portland General Electric; Portland, OR.
About Eastern Clackamas news. (Estacada, Or.) 1916-1928 | View This Issue
B ase B a ll G a m e S u n d a y Afternoon at 2:30—Estacada vs. S h erw ood C lu b
iE a a tm t (Ularkam aB
ESTACADA. OREGON, I RIDAV, APRIL I», 1>»8
V O L U M E X X II
NUM BER 23
Visit at Reagan Home
| Mr. and Mrs. Russell
As Mrs. Lena Underwood and son
¡Gladstone, with the children, were
Lester were coming home from P ort
guests at the T. J. Reagan home on
land in their Ford Tnursday evening
.Friday night. They returned home
they had a very narrow escape from
! Saturday, leaving the children with
injury when Lester tried to pass the
their grandparent^, who drove to
Estacada truck this side o f
Creek bridge, and in some manner his CHICKEN D IN N E R IS F E A T U R E J EW SCOUT TROOPS IN STATE | Gladstone Sunday afternoon, accom
panied by the youngsters.
car was thrown into the ditch. Thu
OF E N T E R T A IN M E N T FOR
1 CAN EQUAL STANDARD SET
top o f the car and the .windshield
Spend Easter With Syron»
were broken, otherwise there was no
BY LOCAL BOYS
Among the Easter visitors in Esta.
damage done. Mrs. Underwood and
lada at the home o f Mr. and Mrs.
Lester escaped with a oud shaking up
O. E. Syron, were Mr. and Mrs. W. J.
Estacada Boy Scout troop is given Symms and little son,
SPLENDID PROGRAMS AND SPE
i tertained tin
Pomona Grange Wednesday o f this a rating o f 100 per cent by the o f Greenleaf and Mrs. Carrie Hislop,
Mrs. Wooater 111
CIA L MUSIC GIVEN BY THE
week, there being a laiyv attendance ficers o f Portland Area Council, in Mrs. Syron’s mother, all o f Portland.
Mrs. Harold Wooster was taken from the d ifferen t grange organiza a bulletin mailed out from the city
Mrs. Symms and Mrs. Greenleaf are
suddenly ill with gallstones at he! tions o f the county.
Nineteen d if this week. There are 16 scout troops her sisters.
home at Three Links Saturday. She
in Portland with a similar rating and
ferent locals were represented.
was immediately brought to Estacada
One o f the features o f the day was one other in the entire state with Orchestras to Play
Easter Sunday in Estacada was on the speeder and taken to the
u 100 per cent rating. There are
Tuesday, May 1, at 8 o’clock, the
with home o f Mr. W oster’s parents, Mr the fine chicken dinner l i ved by the
122 troops in the area. The average two school orchestras, under the di
splendid and impressive programs at and Mrs. S. E. Wooster, where med
rating for the city o f Portland is rection o f Mr. Bushnell, will give a
the churches. The weather was ical aid was called. A t this time she supper in the evening and a banquet
65.5 per cent, and the average fo r the concert in the high school auditorium.
ideal— a more beautiful day could is much improved but will have to at night at the completion o f tht
area is 39.8 per cent.
Everyone is invited.
not be asked for. A ll nature seemed remain here fo r a fe w days.
The bird house building contest in fee will be charged.
alive and atune to the holy festival
business o f the grange taken up was the local troop is progressing vei>
and music; flowers
and sunshine Visit With Mrs. Linn
plan presented to the legislature satisfactorily, and will end on Wed Will Work in Forest Service
Miss Mae Harrison, buyer in one by Hector McPherson o f Linn county nesday night o f next week, at which
O. L. Courville and
A t the Christian church there was
o f the departments in the
Bedell to consolidate the d ifferen t
state time the prizes will be awarded. Thi leased the house in the west part of
a splendid program given by the Sun
store in Portland, was in Estacada on commissions. There are 57 commis troop has been divided into two di the city, form erly owned by W. F.
day school in the morning, under the
Sunday, accompanied by friends, and sions operating in the state, which visions. A prize o f a dollar will be Cary. Mr. Courville will assit A. W.
careful training o f the superinten
called on Mrs. W. E. Linn. Mrs. L>'nn by the McPherson plan w, uld be re given the winner in each division foi Armstrong in the forest service.
dent, Mrs. Dent. Thi; was followed
and Mrs. Harrison are old-time duced to 10. The grange unanimous first place and 50 cents for second
by an “ Easter Message” by the pas
ly endorsed the consolidation plan.
A t noon there was a basket
A. H. Drews, scoutmaster, is try
Endorsement o f the grangers’ busi
dinner served in the church and at
ing to put over a father and son ban
6:30 the Christian Endeavor held its
o f the club is to finance the under quet, to be held at some near future
takings o f the grange and to boost date. It is planned to hold the a ffa ii
A t the M. E. church there was the
and foster co-operation within thi in one o f the local lodge buildings
usual Sunday school period at 10:00
and to get some local organizatioi
o ’clock, followed by a sermon by the
The forest service started a crew
There were 2.70 present and a of women to serve the banquet.
Rev. C. T. Cook, who took as his
Members o f the local post o f tin o f men to work Wednesday on the
theme, “ The Resurrection Message,”
The farm residence o f
impressive American Legion have offered theii Bedford Creek trail project in the
and that which surrounds the subject Duncan in the Garfield district, was pamonu grange.
support in arranging the affair, and North F’ork country.
and there was special music, which totally destroyed by fire Saturday memorial services were held, con
the date will probably be the last of has charge o f the crew and work will
included a vocal solo by Miss Geral afternoon about 1 o ’clock. When the
be rushed in order to complete the
dine Cook, with Miss Ethel Hayman fire was discovered there was no chaplain.
trail prior to the fire season.
Percy Canfield o f the Bank of
at the piano.
hope o f saving the building, because
DORCAS SOCIETY MEETING
The trail will open up a burned
In the evening the Sunday school o f a strong wind.
area now almost inaccessible to travel
gave an excellent program assisted
Tw o members o f the fam ily were
The Dorcas Society o f Garfield and will facilitate the movement ol
by a special choir with anthems and at home, Miss Lillian Duncan and hei business men's conferences which
meet at the home o f Mrs. men and equipment in case of fire.
other Easter music. This service was sister-in-law. Lillian heard a roaring
The forest srevice telephone line
on Thursday, April 19 at 2
largely attended, there being a ca and went outside to ascertain the
to Oak Grove ranger station has been
pacity house. The church was beau cause, seeing that the roof was blaz will be held at Oswego on April 27. o'clock. A ll ladies invited.
repaired and W alter Van Curen is
Master M att Glover o f Eagli
Mrs. Robertson, Secretary.
tifu lly decorated.
She gave the alarm over the
moving his crew up the river to work
Appropriate Easter services were telephone and neighbors arrived who
on the lir e « radiating
MEETING OF CREDIT MEN
held in the Catholic church, with saved nearby buildings from burn Oregon C ity; Homer Kruse ol Wil-
Grove ranger station.
sonville; G. T. Knowles o f New Era
Father Bernards of ing.
The work on the road into the fo r
and Ed. Shearer o f Spring water as
Eastern Clackamas Business Men’r
The loss is a blow to the Duncan;
a committee to go to Coos county Credit association will hold its regu est beyond the Garfield district will
as there was no insurance on the
be started shortly a fte r the 15th of
building. The neighbors arc planning and investigate the tax system now lar monthly meeting at the city hal
Boys Leave Home
April, A. W. Armstrong, chief o f the
Two Estacada boys, James Gut- to assist them.
forest service in this district, an
equitable than fhat used in any othei o'lcock.
tridge and Charles DuBois, both 14
nounced this week.
years old, have le ft home to seek CARDEN CLUB MEETS
WITH MRS: A. G. AMES will be augmented by a member to Spend» Easter Vacation Here
Their mothers are
be appointed from the Oregon C t y
Miss Geraldine Cook, daughter of COMMUNITY TO ASSIST
worried because the boys did not
THE DUNCAN FAMILY
¡chamber o f commerce and will leave Rev. and Mrs. C. T. Cook, who is a
On April 7, the first Garden club
take a change o f clothing, and in case
i on its mission at an early date.
teacher in the Canyonville schools
they read this item they are asked to meeting was held at the home o f Mrs.
There will be a community meet
spent the Easter vacation with her
send home their addresses that their A. G. Ames, the president. On ac
ing at the Grange hall at Garfield
count o f the form er secretary having
clothes may be sent them.
on Friday, April 13, fo r the purpose
moved away, Mrs. R. R. Cooke was
o f quilting quilts fo r C. H. Duncan
chosen as secretary.
A group of
who burned out on April 7. A ll la
Jiggs and Maggie Coming
members were asked to attend the
dies are requested to bring anything
Their many friends will be pleased
next council meeting and ask the city cada at the home o f her sister, Mrs.
in line o f clothing or
to hear that Jiggs and M aggie expect
to provide a garbage dump. It was Mae Reed. Florence June Reed also
quilts and help a worthy cause. Bring
to make a flyin g visit to Estacada in
also suggested that the council pass
The local ball team is in fo r a hard fruit, kitchen utensils, or anything to
the near future. Elaborate plans are
and enforce an ordinance compelling Easter with her mother.
"ume next Sunday afternodn when start housekeeping.
being made fo r their entertainment.
property owners to clean up and to
ley will meet the Sherwood team,
Watch fo r the announcement o f the
Estacada visitor Sunday.
keep their lots clean.
is supposed to be the strongest way o f hits, but W algrave, Sherwood
date and place.
A. Demoy came from Oregon City
league. However, the showing catcher, chalked up the win with a
to spend Easter with his fam ily in
FLOWER SALE TO BE HELD
made in the first game has given the home run. Each scored one run in
Visits at M. E. Parsonage
the third inning and the winning run
Mrs. Elizabeth Allen went to Mar boys more confidence. This was the
Miss Ioma Hardin, secretary o f the
Saturday, April 14, the annual
first time the team had been togethei was made in the eighth.
Girls’ Reserve o f the grade school, flow e r sale will be held at the Broad mot Saturday to visit at the home o f
and with a little practice they are
connected with the Y. W. C. A. o f way Garage. The Garden club asks Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Allen fo r a week.
DAVIDSON’S WIN 19 TO 10
to develop into real contender;
Miss Elsie Pool spent a short time
Portland, was a Sunday visitor at the anyone who has a surplus o f plants
was a wild game
Miss Hardin or shrubs to donate them fo r this in Portland Saturday, going over on
Reibuhf showed good form last Wushougal Sunday afternoon, David
and Miss Geraldine Cook were school sale. You are urged to have your do
Glenn Ely and Morris Rullard ar Sunday, and with more training and son’s Bakery nine winning by a score
friends at Willamette University.
fia c tic e it is believed that he will de o f 19 to 10 in a free hitting affair.
marked when le ft at the garage, not rived home from Corvallis on Friday
velop into a valuable man fo r the Both teams showed lack o f exper
later than 10 a. m., Saturday. Ev
Spend Week End in Portland
ience, hits and errors being marked
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Harkenrider eryone in the community •» urged to
The club has Bill Fischer under up with reckless abandon.
and daughter Miss Edith went to join the club and help beautify Estu
contract, and he will catch fo r the Schwartz, hurler fo r the bakers, was
Potrland Saturday evening and vis cada and the surrounding country.
to attend a gathering o f friends and Legion fyinday. Bill played last sea found fo r 15 hits, but he kept them
ited with relatives until Sunday eve-,
son with the Portland Beavers and is more scattered than did Kaiser and
relatives, returning the same day.
a big league catcher, all right, as Gaines, Wushougal pitchers.
Mrs. M argaret Midword was sur
well as a hitter.
prised one day last week by a visit land spent Easter Sunday with Esta
Tony Bronson is getting in shap OSWEGO WINS FROM ARMORY
Visiting: Ames Family
from an uncle and aunt from Cali cada relatives.
to pitch the game Sunday. Tony was
Ira Henderson o f Vancouver, Wn.,
"B ig C hief” Manning had every
fornia, who made the trip in their
i.ot in shape last Sunday, so he said thing his own way Sunday when Os
war, in Estacada a few aays this week
River visited over the week end at
visiting his old-time friend
the home o f Mrs. Anders' parents, fit least he did not want to take a wego and the Arm ory met for the
t y at the mound until he had more first o f the series in the Portland
Mr. Henderson is inspector
Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Hassell.
Son Born to Mr. and Mr». Cox
tone to develop his arm.
Reibuhf Valley League.
o f fishways and hatcheries.
Oswego won by a
I A little son o f regulation size and
• - : 11 be kept in the hole if Tony needs 4-0 score, only three hits being cred
I beauty was born to Mr. and Mrs. COUNCIL T A K E S NO A C T IO N
ited to the Armory nine, and no two
fill Retide Here
ON P R O V ID IN G C IT Y DUMP o' Ip-
! Stanford Cox on Saturday morning
Ray Lovelace will go to center were bunched. Oswego scored first
Mrs. G. I. Gerking, mother o f Mrs. i April 7.
. Id Sunday, and there may be some in the sixth inning and then counted
oy Beck, and James A. Scott, her
The council met Tuesday .it the
■ her slight changes in the lineup. three times in the eighth on a pair of
rother, arrived Sunday from Long Spend Sunday Here
1 city hall but transacted no business
The game will start promptly a hits and a couple o f errors.
each, Calif., to make their home
Mr. and Mrs. George K elly and .other than paying the monthly Dills.
" 30 Sunday afternoon, if the weath-
fam ily visited Estacada Sunday, driv The ouestion o f securing a rit.v dump
< man is kind. An even larger at-
CHERRICK IS CANDIDATE
ing out from Portland and spending i was brought up but no action taken.
t ndance is expected.
riding Service» in Gre»ham
R. E. Cherrick o f Barlow has filed
the day here.
as a candidate for the republican
Mrs. Genevieve Booth-Clibborn and
Have Tonsil* Removed
SHERWOOD WINS 2 TO 1
nomination for representative in the
iss Klein, who held a series o f ser Visit» Parants Here
Allen and Jack, sons o f Mr. and
Sherwood opened the 1928 Port- ¡legislature from Clackamas county
•es here a fe w weeks ago, are now
Mrs. Ralph Richards o f Hermiaton Mrs. R. T. Carter, had their ton-ils
nducting a revival service in the Oregon, daughter o f Mr. and Mrs. F removed the past week by Dr. Car- ! id Valley League season with a 2 | The three present members o f th«
1 victory over Hillsboro Sunday legislature are candidate* fo r re-elec
y o f Gresham.
J. Harkenrider, was a guest at th< utrh at the Emanuel h spit.il in Port- t
land. Both boys are dolor; fine.
i ternoon. It was a thrilling opener tions, there being only four for the
parental home on Monday night.
th Sam Ivison o f Hillsboro and three places so far. Friday o f this
Spend Eaater in Portland
,ong Tom ” Gressett o f Sherwood I week is the lust day candidates foi
Ted Ahlberg was able to resume Pope Visit» Estacada
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Sparks vis
E. L. Pope, candidate for county l tting up a pitcher's duel all the way this o ffic e may file. Candidates for
ited relatives in Portland Sunday and his work at the P. E. P. company de
county o ffic e * may file up to and in
Charlie spent a few hours on the pot Monday morning, a fte r an ill . sessor, was in Estacada Thursday
Gressett had the best o f it in the cluding Wednesday, April 18.
i fo r a short visit.
ness o f several weeks.
g o lf links.
E M our
ENTERTAINS POMONA RATED Äi 100 PER CENÍ
Car Goes Into the Ditch
FOREST SERVICE SU RIS
CREW OF MEN 10 WORK
DUNCAN FARM BOUSE
AT GARFIELD BURNS
in Estacada Sunday
BALL G I E Ï0
SOLDIERS TAKE OPENING GAME
BY A SCORE OF 4-2 IN
Estacada lost the first league ball
game Sunday to the soldiers from
Vancouver Barracks, in a close con
test Sunday afternoon.
team outhit and out played the vis
itors throughout the game, hut was
unable to get hits at the time they
would have meant runs.
Reibuhf, southpaw pitcher fo r the
Legion nine, pitched good bull up to
the fifth inning when a couple of
hits and as many errors got him
into a hole. He was relieved by Jude
Moreland who finished the game for
In the eighth inning
threw only four halls to retire the
Sid M iller used the stiik
to good advantage, getting two doub
les in the game.
and Tony Bronson each were cred
ited with two hits.
Estucada had the bases full three
times during the game without being
able to bring in a run, and did not
score until the eighth inning.
the ninth inning the second run came
in, and at the final, with two outs,
and two men on bases, Ray Lovelaco
made a final e ffo r t to hit a homer
and win the game, without success.
The soldiers were held scoreless in
all o f the nine innings except the
fatal fourth, when they made their
The attendance was said to be the
largest ever seen at. a ha p.. ,n in
Estacada. The crowd w.ia estimated
at more than four hundred.
number o f tickets sold was 305. In
the crowd was seen a lurge number
o f fans from Sandy and Boring dis
Jacob Moss won the $5 cash prize
fo r the nearest guess on number o f
tickets sold, and Howard F ife r won
the second prize, a season ticket.
Sid Miller won the box o f candy
given by Bob Marchbank for the first
hit, and at the same time the box
given by Linn’s Inn fo r the first two-
Tony Bronson won the
Model Supply company prize tor the
first stolen base. Eddy Smith made
the first error in the game and was
awarded the $1 prize given by the
Sanek Barber shop.
Raymond Lovelace won a shirt that
he himself had put up as a prize to
the man making the first run. The
Broadway Garage prize is still to he
won, 5 gallons o f gas fo r the first
home run. Arnold Lovelace won the
U-Nced-A Bakery prize and Kenneth
Seales the prize offered by the Peo
Arnold Lovelace also
won the Liberty Theatre prize and
three men tied for the prize offered
by the Estacada Meat company.
Bill Ileales, president o f the league,
was among those present..
Miller 3 b
Reibuhf p .
c .... 5 1
<> A E
1 0 n
2 2 n
O 0 9 1
2 8 11 1
o !» 8 0
1! 2 0 0
1» 2 1 o
O 1 1 0
0 1 0 0
y 27 ir»
Law 3 b
McCurdy c f
o A B
1 2 0
9 0 I»
10 3 0
0 1 0
2 0 o
8 0 0
1 0 o
2 2 0
37 4 7 27 y 0
Estacada 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 i 1- _2
0 0 I
1 1 2 0 2 2--9
Vancouver 0 0 0 0 4 0 0 1
'» 0 1 0 4 0 0 1 1-- 0
Innings pitched by
Moreland, 5 ; runs o ff Reibuhf, 4;
Moreland, 0 j Willim
2; struck« »ut
by Reibuhf 2 by William* * n. Two
base hits— Miller 2, A. I,.DV**lace 1,
Owen 1 ; stolen base - T . Brons >n,
Emerson 2. Umpire, Jackson. TiiIH«