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E S T A C A D A , OREGON, F R ID A Y , M A Y 25, 1928
V O LU M E X X II
Baccalaureate Services Held
THOUSANDS VISIT HIKE
OVER THE WEEK E l
Baccalaureate services fo r the Es
tacada high school were held in the
high school auditorium Sunday night.
A. DeMoy was the interesting speaker
and Rev. C. T. Cook o ffered a prayer
after congregational singing o f “ Je
POPE NOMINATED AS ASSESSOR, sus Lover o f My Soul." Other musi MORE T H A N H A L F TH E
cal numbers were a violin solo by
SOLD IN E S T A C A D A L A K E
RANDALL FOR SHERIFF;
Ralph Baker, accompanied by Miss
Edith DeM oy and a song by four
D E V E LO PM E N T.
MILLER EASILY WINS.
girls. There was a large attendance.
GUY PACE IN CLOSE RACE
Sunday School Class Party
Donald J. Ryan was chosen as the
republican nominee fo r county clerk
in Friday’s election, over Guy Pace,
by a m ajority o f 187 votes.
ran ahead in the western end o f the
county and not until the returns were
in from Eastern Clackamas did it
look as i f Ryan had a chance.
Ryan poled al total o f 3044 votes
to 2857 for Pace. The vote on rep
resentatives to the legislature was:
Clark 3874 and Sievers 4357, the
three latter being nominated.
Frank Andrews fo r joint represen
tative was nominated carrying this
county by almost one thousand ma
jority. North received almost an ev.
en break with Andrews in Multnomah
Fred A. Miller fo r district attor
ney received a vote o f 2897, to 1342
fo r Lindas and 1749 fo r Stipp.
The count for commissioner was:
W right 2130, T. A. Roots, 1282, H.
Gibson 581, Mattoon 716 and W. H
For sheriff George Randall receiv
ed 2805 votes to 1499 fo r P. T. Shel
ley, and 952 fo r Smith. E. T. Mass
won the democratic nomination very
easily, defeating Dunton by about
8 to 1 .
E. L. Pope was nominated fo r
assessor with 2099 votes.
Stokes polled 1643, Douglas Johnson
1077 and A. C. N ew ell 932.
R. M. Holman won the nomination
fo r coroner with 2744 votes; Greaves
had 1365 and Welsh 1489.
Circuit Judge J. U. Campbell had
5370, School Superintendent Vcdder
5604, Surveyor Meldrum 4807, anc
Recorder Hackett 504JJ. They had
Hal Hoss was nominated fo r the
o ffic e o f secretary o f state, going
over by a m ajority o f about ten thou
In Clackamas county
he received 4256, Corey coming next
with 790 and Hadley third with 782.
S h eriff Mass won the democratic
nomination with 2235 votes, his op
ponent, V. H. Dunton, receiving 287.
Mrs. Louis Nielsen gave a party
for her Sunday school class on Sat
urday, May 12, at her home in east
part o f town.
The class is called
the Busy Bees, and they lived up to
their name at this
were thirty present and all enjoyed
playing games and the refreshments
served by their teacher.
Miss Laura Berry o f Portland and
Waldo .DeMoy, both graduates o f
Estacada high, attended the baccala
ureate services here Sunday.
GIVEN BY LOCAL SCHOOLS
There is great activity in the Es
tacada schools this week, with the
closing exercises, picnics, etc. W ed
nesday was senior day and the eighth
grade pupils o f the surrounding dis
tricts were entertained.
A t 11 o’clock in the morning there
was a program o f music by the high
school orchestra, welcome address by
J. G. Hayman, chairman1 o f
school board, fla g salute, singing by
the assembly, class history by Irene
Davis, class poem by Ruth Hale and
Kenneth Dart, class will by Lillian
Duncan, class prophecy by Opal Cles-
ter and Elwin Beck, and awarding o f
athletic and orchestra letters.
Lunch was served from 12 to 1 p.
m. to the visitors by the cooking class.
In the afternoon the annual fresh
man-sophomore tug-of-war tr.ok "Hiee
after which there were ball games
between Estacada high, winners o f
the championship o f the Clackamas
county B league, and Independence,
winners o f the Polk county cham
pionship, the latter winning by a
score o f 14 to 4. The girls won their
game by a close margin.
Wednesday evening, the first, sec
ond and third grades gave a delight
ful program in the high school audi
torium, consisting o f a fa iry play,
and other numbers, to a capacity
The first on the program
was a “ tea p arty" by six little girls
o f the first grade, which was very
entertaining, and then followed a
The annual Pioneers’ picnic will reading by Elmer Neilsen, a song by
be held at Dinty Moore’s park on two little girls, Ruth Barr and Elene
Wednesday, June 6, it was announced Follette, which was an entertaining
PIONEERS’ PICNIC TO
BE HELD ON JUNE 6
Will Leave for the East
ESTACADA LOSES CLOSE
CONTEST TO HILLSBORO
1 Miss Maude Sherman, primary
| teacher in the Estacada schools, with
I her mother, will leave Saturday fo r
I their home at Philomath, Ore., and
I then in a few days will leave fo r a
trip back to Michigan, their former
home. They expect to be gone all RUN IN E L E V E N T H IN N IN G BY
through the vacation.
S T A N G E L ENDS GAM E A T
make the trip in their own car.
F IR ST BER R IES SH IPPED
FROM E S T A C A D A T H U R S D A Y
Estacada and the Estacada Lake
Charles W eaver shipped out four
development project was visited by crates o f strawberries Thursday,
thousands o f people Saturday and This ¡s the first shipment and they
More than eight hundred g0 to Adams county,
cars entered the park during the day W eaver says he received $2 per crate
fo r them.
There are 722 lots in the plat o f
the development made by the Port- Return. from San Francisco
land Telegram, and a representative
Mrs. Roy Beck returned Saturday
o f the newspaper stated Monday f rom g an Francisco, where she went
that at least half the lots were sold, w ;th hcr mother a fe w weeks ago.
and the balance probably will be sold Her mother did not return as she had
within a few days if the present r a te j businesss matters that detained hei
o f sales continues.
for a time.
Purchasers o f lots are given an
equal interest in the fine club house
and the water front.
The front is
being improved, floats placed conven-
iently, and the popularity o f the re
sort is all ready established.
A crew o f men are now working
on the opposite side o f the r iv e r !
laying out streets and grubbing and
Miss Rhoda Beck, teacher fo r the
grading them. Part o f the crew e m -; past two years in the grade school
ployed was laid o f f Saturday, but at this place, whose marriage to W.
ill a short time a larger force o f m en' W. Wells o f Tenino, Wash., will be
will be employed again, it is reported an event o f the last o f June, was hon-
by some o f the representatives o f the ored by a miscellaneous shower on
Tuesday evening at the Christian
church, given by Mrs. Louis Neilsen,
the teachers and ladies o f the church.
DAVIDSON’S BAKERY NINE
A fte r some delay at the church for
TO P L A Y HERE SUNDAY
“ the speaker” to arrive, a bridal par
The eighth game in the Portland ty composed o f the teachers and co
Valley baseball league will be played workers o f Miss Beck in the Estacada
here Sunday afternoon when the schools, put in an appearance to the
team representing Davidson’s Bakery music o f “ Here Comes the Bride.”
meets the local team.
First came Mrs. Manning as the
The follow ing Sunday the Estacada flow er girl, who looked dainty and
team w ill go to Sherwood and on sweet in her pink dress, then the
June 10 to Vancouver.
The next handsome and blushing bride, Miss
game on the local field will be on Hunter, on the arm o f her dignified
mustached father, Mrs. Gardner. Miss
Florence Anderson in the latest out
fit, especially the hat, was next in
line, accompanied by Miss Kershncr,
the sad, rejected suitor, and the
bride’s mother, Miss Sherman. M eet
ing them at the altar was the frail
and modest groom, Miss Pool, and the
I best man, Miss Bessie Anderson, who
Sang, a fountain drink made I
,___ .__ _______ __
I made a charming young man.
from the roots o f ginseng, by R. G.
The parson Mrg Buejlf stepped up
Marchbank o f Marchbank s C o n fe c ! and proceeded to read the Rervice, his
tionery, Estacada, is proving very appearance giving a most solemn and
popular, in fact this beverage had the ,.giggly>, e ffe c t. As is a freqUent oe-
la.gest sale o f any one beverage sold ; currence on such occasions, much d if
at the confectionery over the week ficulty was experienced in finding the
end when there were hundreds o f v is -, ring and then the handsome parson
SHOWER GIVEN FOR
MISS RRODA BECK
DRINK MADE FROM
GINSENG IS POPULAR
The country around Estacada is
the largest ginseng producing section
oi the entire country. Visitors who
notice the beds on the hills surround-
NUM BER 34
pronounced the couple married. Con-
gratulations, kisses and weeping fol-
,owed and the brida, party retired to
Poppy Program on tha Air
Poppy program will be
over K O IN on Friday evening, May
25, from 9:00 to 9:50. The program
is being sponsored by the Portland
Everyone is urged to listen
in on this program.
Woodcraft Party Enjoyed
The W oodcraft card party Thurs
day evening in the Masonic hall was a
pleasing a ffa ir fo r about fifty . Cards
were enjoyed until a late hour and
Two games in a row have been lost
a committee served light refresh
by Estacada, each by an 8-7 score. In
ments o f ice cream and cake.
contest at Hillsboro the
score was tied in the seventh inning
Visiting With Parent*
and remained so until the last o f
Mrs. Charles Marchbank, and Mrs.
the eleventh when a hit brought in
Bud Anders o f Hood River, daughters
the winning run.
o f Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Hassell, are
Russell, a new pitcher fo r Estacada
here this week visiting at the parental
started the game and in the third home.
inning walked three men. A single
brought in two runs and a home run Visit at Leihammer Home
bruoght in three
Mr. and Mrs. John Richards o f
then went in and pitched 8 and 2-3 Portland, form erly o f Estacada, were
innings, allowing but three runs.
guests o f Mr. and Mrs. Fred L ei
The Legionnaires were in fine form hammer one evening last week.
Sunday and should have won the con
test easily, but the pitching sta ff
was o ff. A total o f ten men were
walked, six o f whom made scores for
A ball high and wide called a
strike on Sid Miller in the first o f
the eleventh inning ended Estacada’s
The twenty-first annual May day
chance to win the game. An error
marked up against Kenneth Scales picnic at the Eagle Creek grange
was due to a fly he caught and as grove was held Saturday. It was not
he started to throw the ball he threw as well attended perhaps, as on fo r
it behind him and the man was called mer occasions, but as the weather
was ideal, those who did attend had
A large number o f local fans have a delightful time.
The Portland ”
followed the team the last two games,
at least one-third o f the crowd at band furnished music fo r the occa
Hillsboro Sunday being Estacada sion, which was enjoyed fo r its nov
A dance given by the pipers
Sunday’s contest will be at home in the afternoon was a feature o f the
with Davidson’s. This team was de interesting program.
A fte r a basket dinner there were
feated last Sunday by Oswego 9 to 0
just after Oswego won from Estacada a fe w “ stunts” fo r the amusement o f
8 to 7. The dope is that this will be the large crowd and then all repaired
an easy game i f the team is in con to the platform fo r the rest o f the
The schools o f the sur
This game will start promptly at rounding districts furnished numbers
2:30 and will be the only game on | consisting o f a song by the Eagle
the home grounds to be played until Creek school, an exercise by the
Currinsville school entitled “ Nodding
Sunday’s results and the box score o f the Flowers,” an exercise by the
Douglass Ridge school and a pretty
appear on page 3.
number by Bety and Ruth Barr o f the
LOCAL AND PERSONAL Estacada schools.
Follow ing this part o f the program
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Dunn o f Los Marshall Dana, associate editor o f the
Angeles are visiting at the J. R. Oregon Journal, gave a most inter
Hughes home. Mrs. Dunn is a sister esting address, taking fo r his sub
ject, “ The Grange and American
o f Mrs. Hughes.
N. E. Gurney, manager, and F. C. Citizenship.”
Grant, master mechanic, o f the Ba master o f the Linn county grange,
ker White Pine Lumber company o f followed with an address which con
Baker, Ore., were visitors Monday at tinued to hold the interest o f those
gathered fo r the program.
the Hunt farm in Upper Garfield.
Matt Glover o f Eagle Creek acted
Home grown strawberries are now
on the local markets. It is said there as chairman o f the day.
A largely attended dance in the
will be a large crop this year.
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Wade, who re evening at Cogswell hall concluded
side at Clem, in Eastern Oregon, the program fo r the day.
H ILLSB O RO SU N D AY
GRANGE PICNIC HELD
AT EAGLE CREEK
Mrs. D. E. Dent and Mrs. John
ing the city, when informed as to page entertained the invited guests were here visiting relatives this week.
the ginseng growing industry here to the number o f about fifty , with They were guests at the Wilbur Wade Visits Daughter
The next on the program was a become curious enough to want to humorous readings which were appro home.
A ll pioneers and the public in gen
Mrs. C. T. Cook le ft the first o f
eral is invited to attend. There will Dutch dance by the first graders, taste the herb, and all seem to know priate to the occasion and then Miss
Ed Boner moved this week to a the week fo r Springfield, Ore., where
certainly more or less about the health pro Beck was invited to the front, fo l room down the street from where he she visited a sister fo r a few duys
be a basket lunch, speaking and other boys and
brought down the house. They were moting qualities o f ginseng.
events o f interest.
lowed by two o f the bridal party was located on Main street, so that and then went to Canyonville where
For a period o f a year or more R. carrying a tub o f packages and the Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Hunt might have her daughter teaches, to remain un
The committee in charge o f the strictly high class in their pretty cos
arrangements fo r the picnic is com tumes and “ artistic” dancing. This G. Marchbank has been experiment bride to be was invited to “ get busy.” more housekeeping rooms.
til the 5th o f June. Rev. Cook ac
posed o f J. C. Duus and Matt Lons- interesting number was followed by ing in concocting a drink from the Many beautiful and useful g ifts were
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Moreland arc companied her in their car to Spring-
roots o f ginseng, and some o f the received, including best wishes, which rejoicing over the arrival at their field, returning the follow ing day.
berry. John Stormer is president o f
the association and J. K. E ly is the given by the second grade and to con local people who have been using it Miss Beck acknowledged with profuse home Tuesday, May 22, o f a fine
clude the entertaining program was fo r quite a while, seldom take any j thanks,
little boy. Mother and baby are get Take Charge of Store
the play, “ Midsummer E ve,” by the other fountain drink.
j ee cream and delicious cake was ting along fine.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Gilgan took
Sang is a refreshing, health-pro- gerVed by a group o f young girls and
A fte r a visit o f a couple o f weeks first, second and third grades. It was
A street sprinkler was employed charge o f the Pointer second hand
at his home here, Harold Server re
moting drink and while nothing has thus ended a joyfu l and memorable in Estacada the first o f the week try store first o f the week and have
turned to his work in Eastern Ore elves and a herald, all in elaborate ever before been printed about it, occasion with all happy, even to the ing to eliminate some o f the dust on been busy getting in a new stock o f
costumes o f gay spring colors. A ll all ready there is quite a demand for rejected suitor who found solace in the streets in the new resort.
goods and re-arranging the store.
Marchbank filled an order this ^be company o f the pretty and charm-
Congratulations are being extend did well and looked charming and it.
Commencement exercises in Esta
week that went to Colorado, and is ¡ng flow er girl.
ed Mr. and Mrs. Perry Anderson or graceful.
cada high school take place tonight, HIGH SCHOOL WINS
the arrival Sunday, May 20, o f an
Miss Sherman and Miss Pool daily receiving inquiries from people
when nineteen will receive their di
8 1-2 pound son at their home.
coached the children and deserve who have visited the ginseng gardens P O STM ASTE R IN S PE C TS
R U R A L D E L IV E R Y ROUTES
Miss Lola Moore, a student at O much praise fo r their patience and o f Estacada and the confectionary,
Hugh Jones was assisting at the
Estacada high school has won the
S. A. C. was a week enS visitor al skill. The stage was artistically dec where they first became acquainted
Broadway Garage this week in the
her home here.
Postmaster A. N. Johnson made on absence o f the propriettfr,
orated with flowers and bright col with the beverage.
G. baseball championship o f the class
B high school league. The team de
“ Sang” so fa r is sold by R. G. inspection trip over the routes out Antes.
Mrs. A. Sagner and fam ily are ored paper.
moving into the Stiner residence on
Thursday the seniors and juniors Marchbank, only, and judging from 0f this postoffice first o f the week,
Mrs. Margaret M idford’s aunt, who feated Canby last Friday afternoon,
went on a picnic to Oswego lake, the the way it has met with public favor Route 1 is 45 miles in length and has been visiting here fo r some time, and at the same time Sandy, with
Rev. J. F. Dunlop o f Rockwood eighth grade to Canby and the other it appears likely that “ Sang” will be- route 2 is 48 miles long. The roads, left f ° r her home in California on whom Estacada was tied for first
place, lost to Molalla, givin g the local
was an Estacada v iiitor Saturday.
picnics were held at Dinty M oore’s come as popular a drink as Coeo Mr. Johnson reports, are in fairly Thursday.
Cola or other fountain beverages.
good condition and are being further
H. E. Worden
o f the Estacadr park.
Mr. 11. E. Worden drove to team the lead.
West Linn high school is the win
Pharmacy had as guests Sunday his
improved. In a few cases the box Portland Saturday evening and was
mother, Mrs. Mary Worden, his sis School Work on Display
owners are being urged to make the accompanied on his return by his ner o f the championship in the class
Samples o f the work o f the man
TO BE HELD THIS EVENING approach more accessible.
mother, daughter and a sister who A county school leage, and it is said
ter, Miss Grace Worden, and his
that a game will be played at an
spent the day here.
daughter, Miss Ruth Worden, all o f ual training class o f the Estacada
Graduation exercises will be held Attend I. O. O. F. Convention
high school were on display this week
Mr. and Mrs. George K elly and early date with that school team.
Am ong the visitors at the Wm Dale ! in the west window o f the Estacada at the Estacada high school this Fri
Delegates from the Estacada I. O. fam ily o f Portland were guests at the
home Sunday were Dr. and Mrs. W ill Pharmacy. The work is beautifully day evening. The class is composed O. F. and Rebekah lodges to the Estacada hotel Saturday.
Fir* at Zig Zag
Dale and son from Portland and Mrs. done and reflects much credit on the o f eight girls and eleven boys. They state convention left Tuesday morn
Wallace Smith has bought the Max
Albert KitcKing was called upon
Thursday and Friday o f are:
George Dale o f Wallowa, Oregon. I teacher.
ing for Roseburg. The Odd Fellows Sagner residence and expects to take Thursday to get a crew o f men and
Mrs. George Dale was enroute to Eu- j this week visitors will be allowed to 1 Alice Kaake, Lillian Duncan, Ruth were A rt P erry and A. G. Ames, and possession in a short time.
hurry to the forest fire at Zig Zag.
high Hale, Ruby Hoffm eister, Eva Dew, the Rebekah delegates were
Victory Chapter O. E. S. o f Port-1
gene to visit her daughter, a student ! see the entire work at
Opal Clester, Irene Davis and Olive Louise Linn, Mrs. J. K. Ely and Mrs. lard has extended an invitation to | Mrs. Duus Improved
in the state university.
the Estacada chapter to be its guest
Wilbur W’ ade.
Mrs. J'. C. Duus, who has been
Dan Matson, who was employed at
Mr. and Mrs. Lester Guy o f Dallas
Elwin Beck, O liver Beck, Dan Jen
on Thursday evening, June 21.
staying with her (laughter in Oregon
the LaDee logging camp, had to give
CSharles and Will
K rieger and
Mrs. C. E. Ross and daughter, Mrs. City fo r the past two weeks, to take
up work fo r a fe w days on account Ore., spent the week end at the nings, Carl DeMoy, Everett Osborne
were Neilsen, o f Portland, were week end medical treatments, writes that she
o f an accident when he fractured home o f Mr. Guy’s cousin, O. E. Sy James Fantz, Fred Voight, Sam t.heir wives
three ribs. He is at his home in Es ron. On Sunday they drove to Gov | Whitehead, Kenneth Dart, Leonard guests at the home o f their brother visitors o f Mrs Minnie Hansen o f is much improved and thinks perhaps
Julius Krieger, Sunday.
eminent Camp on the Loop highway. Davis and Bernard Whitaker.
she can come home next Sunday.