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ESTACADA, OREGON, FRIDAY, JUNE 1, 1928
FROM ESTACADA HIGH
RETURNS HOME FROM
NEW YORK AND CHICAGO
Boat Sail» Fine
Claude Cook, son o f Rev. and Mrs
C. T. Cook, has made a boat whicl
sails “ just fine,” so Claude says. Ht
tried it out down in the river a fev
The interior o f the Bob March
bank confectionery and restauran!
has received a fresh coat o f pain
and looks very attractive now.
School Board Meets
The school board and a few citi
zens met one night last week and pre
pared the school budget for next yeai
which the people of this district wil
have the opportunity of acceptini
or rejecting as they see fit, on the
18th day o f June at 7:30 p. in., in th<
high school auditorium. The budget
is about the same as last year.
Mrs. Duus Returns
Mrs. J. C. Duus returned iron
Oregon City Thursday where she hai
been for some time receiving medica'
aid. She is feeling much improved
Raturns to Portland
Mrs. A. C. Hurst, who has been
here visiting for a couple o f weeks
returned to Portland Tuesday.
Go to the Coast
Mr. and Mrs. Will Perry and fam
ily left after the show Sunday nigh:
for a trip to the coast, returning oti
Mrs. Wooster Improving
Mrs. Harold Wooster, who has been
confined in an Oregon City hospital
for some time, was reported as not
getting along so well the last o f the
week, but since has rallied and again
Here Frr.m Antelope
Mrs. Ghulys Duus from Antelope,
Ore., was here this week visiting rel
atives and friends.
Visits at Nawberg
Mrs. Mae Reed went to Newberg
to visit her brother, returning Wed
PLANS PROCEED FDR
CELEBRATION ON 4TH
PUPILS PASS EIGHTH GRADE
TESTS OF LOCAL SCHOOL
_________________________ NUMBER 35
40,000 MILES WITH LINDBERGH
I HERE WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY
The eighth graders o f the Estaeada
The actual motion pictures of the
schools who passed and will be eli
' daring achievements o f Colonel Chits.
gible to enter high school next year
A. Lindbergh that have thrilled the
are Lavena Grabeel, Glen Cary, Ne
world, will be shown on the screen
SPEAKING, SPORTS, BASEBALL va Lemon, Louise Armstrong, Evelyn MORELAND PITCHES FINE GAME at the Liberty Theatre here next
Weingart, Lyle Darrow, Glen March-
Wednesday and Thursday.
GAME AND STREET DANCE
ALLOWING BAKERS BUT
bank, Harold Bishop, and Paul Syron.
More thrilling, more dramatic than
TO BE FEATURES
SEVEN SAFE HITS
There were 16 in the class and six of
any screen story ever written! Never
the number will take examinations
in all history has the world known
in one or more subjects in June.
anything to compare with the daring
Plans are getting under way for
One o f the best ball games o f the and success o f the “ Lone Eagle”—
the celebration to be held in Esta- Attends Alumni Banquet
season was played on the Estaeada perhaps never will again. Perhaps
Miss Mary Alice Reed came up field Sunday afternoon when David never again will such amazing motion
cada on July Fourth.
are being selected and the tentative from Portland to attend the Alumni son’s bakery team in the Portland pictures be possible. For at last you
program being outlined us fast as banquet Saturday evening at the Es Valley league was defeated by the can fly with Lindbergh to Paris, to
possible. A meeting o f the general tacada hotel. She is a graduate of Estaeada Legionnaires by it 3 to 1 Belgium, to London; you can join
the millions that have cheered him
committee wu . held W ednesday eve Estaeada high.
ning and another is to be held next
Jude Moreland did the tossing act abroad, in every state in the union,
Monday evening, after which date Entertains for Portland Friends
for the home team, with no relief in and on his latest trip throughout Lat
Mrs. A. L. Crockett entertained sight if the bakers started hitting. in America. Don’t miss the actual
more definite announcements can be
at her home a bridge party for her This was Jude's first complete game motion pictures o f the most amazing
prominent speaker is being se friends from Portland, aftewads o f pitching for several years, and he scenes in history.
cured for the day, and a program of showing them the new pak improve managed to keep the
sports and interesting events to take ments.
reasonably out o f danger throughout New Barber Shop
A barber shop is being fitted up
up the e ntire day is planned.
A baseball game between the Le Leave for Corvallis
The home team Sunday was shy in the front part of the Marchbank
Mrs. Frank Whitaker and son two regulars and also Malcom Rie- pool hall, being removed fron: the
Guest of Miss Gardner
gionnaires and a good team from out
Miss Lola Johnson, formerly o f Es side is being arranged and will be Bernard left early Sunduy morning bhoff, who has been the mainstay on room at the rear o f the confec
tacada, was a guest o f .Miss Alarían one of the main attractions for the for Corvallis where they met rela the pitching staff throughout the sea tionery.
tives and enjoyed a day of visiting. son. Eddie Schmitz along with Rie-
Gardner for a few days lust week afternoon.
and attended the commencement
A dance will be held in the after
bhoff was fighting fire last Sunday Return to Estaeada
Mrs. Aimee Dobson Upton and her
sreises Friday evening at the Mgh noon and also in the evening, prob-i Visit at Gladstone
and Kenneth Scales was sjck, making
ably a street dance, at night. The
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Grabeel and it necessary to place a new man at sister, Mrs. Lillian Downs Dobson,
committee at first decided to give a daughter Jean drove to Gladstone on hortstop as well as a new fielder in returned to Estaeada the latter part
o f last week. They have been teach
Here from Three Links
dance at Eagle Creek in the evening Memorial Day, to visit at the home o f the left garden.
Mrs. George Armstrong came down but it appeared that a majority fa Mrs. Grabeel’s parents. They re
Tony Bronson, who has been play ing near Pendleton. Mrs. Dobson left
from Three Links to attend the grad vored the dance being held on the turned the same day.
ing second sack, took shortstop posi Monday for an extended trip East,
uating exercises Friday evening.
street here in front o f the p ostoffice.'
tion, and was the star in the game. where she will visit relatives in Ne
A contest for the selection o f the
Tony had seven chances and made braska and Minnesota.
Goddess o f Liberty to reign over the
good on everyone of them, two plays
throngs on the Fourth is planned, de
bordering on the sensational.
tails o f the contest to be announced
Jennings played an errorless game in
witkin a short time.
Business men who have so far been
No pitcher in a Portland Valley
approached on the subject are in fa
league game this year has been given
vor o f a big celebration, and the
better support than that given Jude
The sixteenth annual banquet and !
plan of the band for the observance the man who was responsible for the Moreland by the Legionnaires in
business meeting of the Estaeada
OREGON CITY, May 31.— During
o f the day will, to a big extent, be series o f robberies in Estaeada re Sunday’s contest. The bakers’ lone
high school Alumni association was
governed according to the degree of cently, according to a story in the tally in the fifth frame was made on the past week an organization has
held at the Estaeada hotel on the
been accomplished o f nearly all civic
co-operation tendered by the business Morning Enterprise.
a fluke when Ray Lovelace threw
evening o f
May 26. Forty-seven
bodies that is considered one of the
firms o f the city.
the ball from center to Miller at
members partook o f the bountiful’
most complete community hookups
\\ hin a few days the committee land police after “ Snoose” Johnson third as a runner was advancing.
dinner which was interspersed with
that this city has ever had. It has
will make a canvas o f the town and who is believed to be responsible fot
I( looked as if it would be an easy
.¡lever program numbers.
aftoiward will be more able to dis many robberies was seriously wound out, but the ball made a sudden turn been- uonc in the interests o f again
Ewalt, president, acted as toustmaster
re-enacting the Oregon pageant, “ The
cus; i he plans and arrangements for
for some reason or other and passed
ind gave a short review o f the or
Old Pioneer,” during July o f this
taken from the Sandy garage Friday
the sack and the runner scored.
ganization in his address of welcome
summer at Gladstone park.
Since the park is not available, night was recover with the capture of
Arnold Lovelace, first sacker fot
which was fittingly responded to i y
The pageant play created such an
the speaking and many o f the events Johnson, Sheriff Mass announced.
the Legionnaires, in addition to play
Elwin Beck, president o f the els
emphatic impression at the Chautau
for the day will have to be held on
ing a perfect game at first, starred
the i .cant lots around the postoffice, was the leader of the gang that has with the stick, hitting Bliss, David qua during the last session that the
O fficers elected for the coming
demand was very general to have it
the committee has decided.
son twirler, for two doubles and as
/ear were Oliver Suter, president;
continued and especially in the face
different towns in Clackamas county.
many singles, in five times up.
Ray Lovelace, vice president; Foster
of the adjournment o f the Chautau
Will Keep Vegetables Fresh
Dykes went in as a pinch hitter
Vleyers, secretary; Mary Alice Reed,
qua this summer.
The Lovelace store is keeping u p , Visit in Portland
“ The Old Frontier” expresses so
with the improvement spirit and is
Mrs. Julius Krieger and daughter no effective result, hitting into the
The balance o f the evening was
completely the traditions o f old Ore
havii: ’ a large sheet iron receptacle Wanda went to Portland Friday and second baseman’s mit.
pent in dancing and visiting. Two
gon and the romance and adventure
made for vegetables so as to have visited with relatives until Saturday
Bliss for the visitors pitched a
feature dances consisting of mem
pertaining to its early days and when
runn ag water over them all the time evening.
fine game, allowing twelve hits, badly
bers o f the primary grade who gave
the question was persented the opin
to keep them fresh.
scattered except >» the eighth inning
the Dutch dance and the little Bar:
ion that it should go on, similar to
when they bunched five bingles foi
girls with a pretty dance, added to
many other well known spectacles in
Breaks Sedan Glass
the merriment and entertainment of
other cities, was unanimous among
Seven o f the campfire girls, ac
The first accident from playing
Gus Hanke o f Sherwood umpired
ball ( n Main street occurred Tuesday
The spacious and beautiful dining
when a boy threw a ball into the ear Bessie Anderson, and Miss Hunter tion o f both sides, and a special re
hall was artistically decorated with
Island quest has been made for Mr. Hanke’r "SHANGHAIED” IS BIG
o f A. Smith, which was parked on the left Sunday afternoon for
the class colors.
THRILLER HERE TODAY
Park, near Canby, to camp for a services at the game in his home
stree , breaking one o f the glass.
week. The girls making the trip are town next Sunday. He covers every
As a picture o f the sea in which
Old Settler’s Picnic
Lavena Grabeel, Glen Cary, Neva play, is emphatic in his decisions am no mutiny or fighting on shipboard
Visit at Sparks Home
Everyone should remember the Old
occurs, “ Shanghaied,” Ralp Ince’s
Mi. and Mrs. George Morrow of Lemon, Lois Smith, Lois Bates, Carol
(Continued on page 3)
Settlers’ picnic next Wednesday at
great maritime production is said to
I’ortl mil were visitors in Estaeada Yocum, Catherine Marden and Cath
Dinty Moore’s park.
erine O’ Brien.
hold a unique position in the annals
Sunduy at the A. E. Sparks home.
New Ticket Saleslady
Mrs. B. O. Sarver sold tickets at of fildom.
While thrilling action is the key
Guests of Haymans
the Liberty Theatre Monday night in
Leave for the East
Garden Club to Meet
note of this great sea picture, which
Mi. and Mrs. J. C. Pimm and fam
the absence o f Mrs. Will Perry.
The Estaeada Garden club will hold
will be at the Liberty Theatre here
ily o f Portland were guests o f Mr.
mother did not get away until Mon
a meeting on Monday afternoon,
Friday and Saturday, the director
and Mrs. J. G. Hayman Sunday.
Visit at Gladstone
June 4, at the home o f Mrs. Henry
Mrs. B. O. Sarver and son Harry has not resorted to the hackneyed
Beers. All members are urged to be Mrs. Dodson Gets Quilt
mutiny and sea fight for his climax,
1 and then will proceed on their auto and Lula Kingston visited Mrs. Sar
but instead has depended upon a sub
The pretty quilt which the Camp
trip to different points in the East ver's sister at Gladstone Wednesday
tle play o f emotions to produce the
Fire girls hail to sell was given to
to visit relatives.
Visiting Mrs. Eckcr
high dramatic point in the story.
Mrs. Ben Dodson.
Move Into New Home
Mrs. R. E. Baxter, sister-in-law of
“ Shanghaied” is based on a story
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Lins moved
Mrs. Nina B. Ecker, is here visiting Spend Week End at Coast
Here Mrs. McPherson
o f the Barbary coast, San Francisco’s
into their new house Wednesday.
the Ecker family.
She arrived in
colorful water front, and a girl who
Mi. and Mrs. H. C. Gohring left
Among those who went to Port
Portland Friday and Sunday after Saturday for Corvallis where they land Sunday to hear Aimee McPher
dances in one o f the toughest joints.
Here from Rockwood
noon Mr. and Mrs. M. 11. Boyle, Wal were joined by Mr. and Mrs. Fred son at the municipal
Rev. and Mrs. J. F. Dunlop and Forced to take part in a plot against
den Boyle anil J. C. Ecker drove out Kist and family and drove to the were Mr. and Mrs. Will Kaake, Lloyd
family o f Roekwood were here or the man she loves, she gains his hat
to Estaeada with her and all enjoye.1 coast to spend the week end.
Make, Mrs. Fasel and Mr. and Mrs. Thursday looking after the straw- red. For revenge, he takes her to
a dinner at the home o f Mrs. W. F.
E. E. Hannah.
berry crop on their place south of sea with him to make her repay in
Cary. It had been 15 years since Cues' at Lawrence Home
work what she has helped to rob him
Mrs. Baxter last met her relative
of. Out o f this situation comes a
Miss Ethyl Young of Portland, who
She is from Marseills, 111., and had taught one o f the grades in the
drama o f love and hate which has
Here from Independence
H. B. Davis came from St. Helens
never been farther west than Denver Springwater school last year, was a
Miss Lelia Howe from Indepen been acclaimed by critics as being
gm s; at the G. E. Lawrence home to be present at the graduation ex dence was a week end visitor at her one o f the most gripping ever filmed.
ercises when his son Leonard and
Eagle Creek Merchant Here
Ince, who also directed the picture,
daughter Irene graduated. Monday
L. P. Conner o f Eagle Creek, who
is starred as the sturdy man o f the
morning the family left for St. Hel
owns and opeartes the firm known l i NOVARRO FEATURED IN
sea, too hard to see love in revenge.
IMPROVEMENTS BEING MADE
the Eagle Creek Trailing company,
"ROAD TO ROMANCE” ens to make their home.
AT FISH HATCHERY Patsy Ruth Miller plays the tough
was a business visitor in the city
little cabaret girl.
Wednesday. Mr. Conner is ,a. tin -
“ The Road to Romance,” starring Visit Mr. and Mrs. Linn
A new dam and many other im
extensive improvements in he prop Ramon Novarro, will be shown at the
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Otter from provements are being made at the Linn’s Inn Improved
erty at Eagle Creek. He said that Liberty Theatre here Sunday and Portland were visitors o f Mr. and Delph Creek fish hatchery in the
Linn’s Inn has been improved by
the crowds coming to the Lake here Monday. This is said to be Novarro’s Mrs. Ed. Linn at Linn’s Inn Saturday Garfield district. The work is being new paper and paint and looks very
during the past few day- had mailt be - 1 picture since Ben Hur. The evening.
done under the supervision o f J. C. neat and clean with the other im
a big difference in the volume of ’ ory is based on Joseph Conrad’s
Moreland, who is in charge o f the provements o f the building.
fa. .»us story o f Cuba in the days of
hatchery, and the crew o f men em
Ralph DeShazer Here
pi ‘.e and the Spanish Main.
ployed on the job are residents of Thirty Babies Examined
Ramon Navarro, typical Spanish
Ralph DeShazer o f Dover was in the community.
Considerable interest was mani
actor is seen in another Spanish r ,b M r-- e to Hammond Residence
this community last week looking for
fested in the child clinic at the high
school Thursday. There were about
“ The Road to Romance,” whiih i I he
Mr. and Mis. Robert Manning certified seed potatoes. Anyone hav Entertain» Bridge Club
major attraction at the Liberty The; moved last Saturday to the Hammond ing them for sale can address Mr.
Mrs. W. E. Linn was hostess to thirty babies presented for exami
DeShazer at Eagle Creek, Route 1.
tre here Sunday and Monday.
the bridge club Monday afternoon.
Upton A. Upton bus returned from
an extended tour of the country go
ing as far east a.s New York City.
His object was to advertise for his
EXERCISES and Mrs. Upton’s son Keith, who left
home over a year and a half ago.
HELD FRIDAY.— DR. HEW-
Mr. Upton stopped in Chicago for
ETT GIVES ADDRESS.
many days both going and returning
to advertise for Keith, as it was from
that place that he wrote to his par
Nineteen girls and boys received ents February 17, 1927.
their diplomas at the graduating ex pers in various parts o f the United
ercises o f the Estaeada high school States are co-operating in endeavor
last Friday evening at the auditoriun ing to locate the missing lad, Mr.
before a large audience o f pupils Upton reports.
parents and friends. J. G. Dayman
president o f the school hoard, made Here From Hood River
Bud Anders of Hood River arrived
A thoughtful lesson to the grado here Saturday evening to ..visit al the
ates was given by Dean Roy E. Hassell home and Sunday returned
Hewett o f the Willamette University to Hood River, accompanied by his
who delivered the commencement ad wife and Mrs. Charles MarclihnnU,
dress, on “ A Present Problem,” deal who had been visiting their paren .
ing with the awfulness of war and Mr. and Mrs. Hassell for the past
pleading that the boys and girls bt week or ten days.
educated for resistance should thi
question o f war ever be brought UI
The invocation was given by Rev.
C. T. Cook and the salutatory by
Fred Voight. Olive Bishop gave thi
valedictory and the musical numbers
were a cornet solo, “ Perfect Day,”
by Leonard Davis; mandolin solo
“ Alberta Caprice,” by Irene Davis
vocal solo, “ F’orgotten,” Elvin Beck
cornet solo, “ The Heart Bowed
Down,” by Kenneth Dart.
The stage presented a very at
tractive appearance with decoration:
o f purple and gold, class colors, an<
bouquets o f cut flowers. “ Die try
ing,” the class motto, in letters ol
blossoms, adorned the center o f th
stage above the curtain.
The graduates are Alice Kaake
Lillian Duncan, Ruth Hale,
Hoffmeister, Eva Dew, Opal Clester
Irene Davis, Olive Bishop, Elwii
Beck, Oliver Beck, Carl DeMoy, Ev
erett Osborne, James Fantz, Fre>
Voight, Sam Whitehead,
Dart, Leonard Davis, Bernard Whitt
ker and Dan Jennings.
There seems to be something sol
emn and sad about the graduatin;
o f a class, as it forms the climax o
a certain period in their lives an-
the beginning o f a new one. Then
too, the class has been intimately as
sociated together for four years
forming ties which are severed to t
more or less extent.
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