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ESTACADA, OREGON, FRIDAY, JUNE 22, 1928
CLAN REUNION HELD
The annual reunion of the Yocum-
Buell-Thorp clan was held at Sheri
dan Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas
Yocum of Estacada were among the
JUDD CHOSEN SCHOOL fifty relatives in attendance, who en
joyed the picnic dinner and visit
DIRECTOR AND PRESENT
very much. Mr. and Mrs. W. E.
Buell of Estacada also attended the
EAGLE CREEK, June 21.— (Spe
cial).— Dahlias are blooming in Grant
Test’s garden, including among oth
ers Polar Star, Countess of Lawn
dale and J. C. Gill. Grant is a great
lover of flowers and hopes some day
to have a real Japanese garden, to
which his place, “ Bonnybrook,” is
well suited. The neighbors are hop
ing to see the Test road graded and
graveled this summer so they will be
able to drive through and witness
this beauty spot.
The annual school meeting held at
the school house on Monday evenint
was well attended. Oscar Judd was
elected director for a term of three
years, to succeed Wm. Sanders whost
term has expired. Mrs. Gertrude
Sanders was re-elected clerk. The
financial statement showed receipts
including balance on hand last year
of $2,710.68 and disbursements of
$2 .'109.70, leaving a balance on hand
Thelma Troupe went to Portland
Thursday to spend a few days with
her school friend, M argaret Smith,
They saw the pageant, “Where Rolls
the Oregon,” Thursday evening.
Carl Rehberg is applying a new
coat of paint on the inside of his
large dairy barn.
E. P. Kingston is recovering fron
an attack of jaundice.
C. D. Bush and family of Portland
are out on their ranch for the sum
mer. The boys are planting one acre
A strawberry social, sponsored bj
the Ladies Aid society was held at
the school house Wednesday evening,
June 13. A splendid program was
given by a Scotch quartet from Port-
ii-i.l, after which strawberries am
cream, cake and coffe were served.
The proceeds of the evening netted
$ 12 .
Mr. and Mrs. William Nelson am
son Virgil spent Sunday with Mrs
Nelson’s mother, Mrs. Reed of Esta
Mrs. Snedacore and two childrei
of Portland moved out Tuesday ti
spend the summer at her father’!
A big Sunday school rally is beinj
held at the Grange grove Sunday.
No services will be held at the churcl
on this date.
Dick Rush was home over the wee!
end. He expects to finis« shearing ir
a few days. He has clipped over
twenty-four hundred sheep and goat!
Earl Pierson, who disappeared
some time ago, has returned. He
has been in California.
Olaf Spildie and family went tc
Silverton Thursday to attend the
funeral of Mr. Thompson, Mrs
Spildie's father, who died Monday.
Emma Shults came home Saturda;
evening. She still limps but is able
to walk without crutches.
Past Matrons Entertained
The past matrons of Mountain
Chapter 0. E. S. of Estacada held
their monthly meeting Tuesday af
ternoon, Mrs. A. Smith and Miss
Maude Sturgeon being hostesses. Thi
ladies, eleven in number, met at the
Sturgeon home then followed the
hostesses who took them in a round
about way to a cozy place in the Es
tacada Lake district, where a table
and seats were arranged. They
spread the lunch and then ejoyed
themselves visiting and talking over
chapter affairs. Those who partici
pated in the pleasant event were
Mrs. Catherine Allen, Ruth Keith,
Mary Smith, Elizabeth Wormer, Ida
Norris, Maude Smith, Dora Herring,
Louise Lamberson, Mae Reed, and
Maude Sturgeon. There was one vis
itor, Mrs. W. W. Elder of Stayton.
Guests at Reed Home
Mr. and Mrs. Howard James and
their daughter Lois and husband.
Mr. and Mrs. James Burton of Port
land, were guests of Mrs. Mae Reed
Tuesday evening. Mr. James will be
remembered by Estacada people who
resided here when he was principal
of the high school. He is just re
cuperating from a very serious mast
oid operation in a Portland hospital.
The Currinsville Ladies Aid will
a chicken tamale supper in the
SCHOOL OFFICIALS GIRLS LEAD IN CONTEST serve
I. O. O. F. hall Saturday, June 23,
HAYMAN RE-ELECTED AS EVERYTHING GOING FINE
DIRECTOR AND DALE AS
BIG CELEBRATION HERE
CLERJC OF DISTRICT
ON JULY FOURTH
starting at 6 o’clock. Besides the
tamales there will be creamed new LEAGUE CONTEST AND PRAC
potatoes, peas, lettuce, salad, hot
TICE GAME SCHEDULED
buns, pie and coffee, at 50c per plate
for adults, 25c for children under
TO START AT 1:00
10 years. Everyone invited.
GEM RESTAURANT SOLD
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Misses Mary Sharnke of Sandy and
TO MRS. LORA PRATT Two baseball games will be played
Misses Alice Isreal and sister „ Ser- J. G. Hayman was re-elected as
on the local field Sunday afternoon,
na Isreal and Ora Conway of Helena, 8' h°o1 director and William Dale as Evelyn Meyers of Eagle Creek were
Mont., are guests at the home o f . * elk. ‘n the 8ch° o1 meetmg held on tled for first place in the voting con
The Little Gem restaurant has the first starting at 1 o’clock. The
Mrs. Mae' Re'ed^^ The yo'ung"l'adica1 ^ ° " day even*n*- T^ ’ meeting was test for the selection of a Goddess of changed hands, Mrs. Wonderly selling Ballin Finance team from Portland
came from the same place that Guy he‘d 'n the h‘Kh Scb°° aadltonun' Liberty to reign in Estacada on the her interest to Mrs. Lora Pratt, late will be here for the practice giyne,
Lafollette resides and report that he ,n d there wa* a
Fourth. The standing of the differ- of Gladstone. Mrs. Pratt took charge and Fleischner-Mayer nine, also from
is recovering from a serious illness. ch a,rman of the board J. G. Hay- ent candidates Wednesday night was of the business Saturday. Mrs. Won Portland will oppose Estacada in the
Mr. Lafollette was editor of the Es- I" an called tha I" e<dlnB to order and — Mary Sharnke and Evelyn Meyers, derly will visit her son in Portland league game, this team having been
tacada Progress here about fifteen the minutes of the last annual meet- 4,000 vote» each; Gertrude Fink, Es- for a time but has not yet decided substituted for the armory while the
I lng Were read by Clerk Wllham Dale’ tacada, 2,225; Ruby Bates, Estacada, what she will do. She expressed ap latter is in camp.
j He then read the annual report which 1^ 50; Gertrude Marshall, Springwa- preciation to the people of this vi These are both »apposed to be
I was accepted.
ter, 1,650; Bessie Huxley, Estacada, cinity for their generous patronage tough games. The substitutes for the
Wm. Gilgan III
The name of J. G. Hayman was 1,500; Lula Kingston, Eagle Creek, while she has been in the restaurant armory lost to Sherwood last Sunday
William Gilgan has been confined presented
for re-election as director
by a score of 16 to 2 in the first
to his home this week on account o f , , ,
, . . 1>000; Ruth Ayers,
- - Garfield, 800; business here.
game and came back with a 7-6 win
an attack of lumbago. Mrs. Gilgan and heu WaS unanm'ous‘y *lec‘ed’ Joan Lundy, Boring, 725; Katherine
in the second contest.
there being no oppostion. Mr. Dale Beck, Estacada, 575; Lillian Duncan,
has been in charge of the store.
j was also unanimously re-elected as 1 Estacada, 450; and Helen Aust, Esta- Here
The Ballin Finance team has a
I clerk, there being no other candidate cacja 275.
Robert and^Richard, of Anaheim, Cal., strong pitching staff, and will prob
Methodist Aid Meets
was | The wjnner 0f the contest will be are hero visiting at the home of Mrs. ably give the local team a hard bat
The Methodist Ladies Aid held a ! ^or
, the office. , The . meeting
meeting Wednesday afternoon at the then adJ“urned and the budget meet- given a cash prize of | 75 and win be Sisson’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. tle. Remember the game starts at
given the honor of reigning in Esta- Hewes. They came by automobile 1 o’clock.
church. This was the last meeting j ' n ^ The
, ^ a d Le d j
eada during the celebration. The and were accompanied by Mr. and Estacada lost to Washougal last
before the summer vacation.
ying board was about the same as two next high will receive a cash prize, Mrs. G. R. Goetch of Orange, Cal.
Sunday in a fairly good game, by a
that of last year. A fter some dis- of $25 each, and all the girls in the
score of 5 to 3. Each team got 11
cussion it was adopted. The esti- eontest will be given places of honor
hits but were fairly well scattered.
mated expenditures for the coming jn the celebration ceremony.
Ken Scales went in the box for
year are $30,740.
Estacada at the start, and while he
Everything in connection with the
had plenty of stuff, he was wild and
plans for the big celebration are going
i Family Reunion Held
was responsible for two of Washou-
forward very satisfactory. Word
Dr. and Mrs. J. L. Hewitt of Port- was received yesterday that the fire
The Eastern Stars of Estacada land, <vith their daughter, Miss Ruth works for the evening had been
Russell went in the box in the third
were entertained most elaborately by : Hewitt, arrived in Estacada Saturday shipped the 20th and- will arrive in Training men to fight fire is the inning and pitched a good game but
the refreshment committee after evening and on Sunday morning, ac- due time. The large posters are out task of A. W. Armstrong, local for the Legionnaires were never able to
chapter Tuesday evening. They companied by Mr. and Mrs. S. E. and have been distributed through- est service ranger, during Friday, Sat overcome the two run lead held by
urday and Sunday of this week. A their oponents.
planned a mock wedding which was Wooster drove to Providence church, out the county.
carried out delightfully and created near Scio, where they met many rel- The Telegram of Portland is co-op- school lasting the three days will be The score:
much enjoyment. The wedding feast atives and enjoyed a family reunion. erating and is giving the celebration be held at the Squaw mountain camp Estacada— AB R H o A E
Bronson ss ..... ... 3 1 2 1 2 0
which will be attended by 60 men.
was composed of strawberry short At that time there was held the an- a jo4 Qf publicity,
Freeman 2b ... 3 0 0 3 1 1
cake, coffee and cake.
nual picnic at that place, which was ^ wrestling event is being arranger' Instructions will be given in the A.
3b. 4 1 1 5 1 Ú
The tables were a delight to the in memory of Gab Bowers, a pioneer - for the night of the Fourth which management of a fire fighting camp R. Lovelace
Lovelace cf ... 4 1 1 0 0 0
guests with the numerous bouquets minister, and hundreds of people j should draw a large crowd. The two which will include time keepers, com S. Miller rf
4 » 2 3 1 0
of flowers, white linen and silver. A were in attendance.
ball games in the afternoon, Boring missary men, foremen and, in fact, Reed c ........ .. 4 () 0 12 2 0
4 0 2 0 2 0
huge bride’s cake adorned the center
| vs. Estacada, and Vancouver Bar- instructions for everyone connected Weinel
H. Miller If .... 4 0 2 3 1 0
and when the time arrived, the bride Coloradoans Visit Relatives Here
1 racks vs. Estacada, should entertain with the U. S. Forestry service dur K.
Scales p...... ... 1. I) 1 0 2
was given a large knife and asked Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Landron, ac- j the ball fans throughout the after- ing a fire. *
Russell p ........ ... 2 ' 0 0 0 1 A 1 »
to cut it.
companied by their daughter and son noon The street dance will be e
Total ......... . 33 3 11 27 13 2
The cake, however, proved a mock- of Greely, Colo., were here last week pieasjng affair and the show will end Reibhoff Injured
AB R H O A E
ery, as well as the whose entertain-
at the home of Mr. Landron’s sister, wjth a big fireworks display and
Riebhoff, pitcher for the W. Washougal—
Erickson ss ... 5 1 3 1 1 0
The real cake was covered Mrs. John Osborne. They arrived in midnight matinee at the Liberty Estacada ball team, and who is em A. Erickson
2b . 5 0 1 2 2 0
with a paste board make-believe cake their car and will visit California theatre.
ployed in the first service at Squaw Al. St. John If . 3 1 0 1 0 0
Holland c ....... ... 4 0 1 11 3 0
adorned with dolls to represent the before returning home.
mountain, was slightly injured Mon Roberts
2b ..... 4 0 1 3 0 0
bride and groom. On a dish under-
day when he stepped off a log. The Peterson
Guests of Moores
cf ..... ... 4 1 3 1 0 1
neath were numerous dainty cartons Whitaker Returns from Corvallis
Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Moore of Glad-
B. Kaiser 3b ...... 3 1 0 4 1 0
in which reposed a small piece of , , John W _ hitaker arrived , home
making him lame. He was sent to White rf ......... 4 0 0 3 0 0
spent the at week
end in of Esta-
cake, which all of the guests received, day from Corvallis where he . has , been stone
Mrs the hospital at Portland where he Gaines p ......... ... 3 1 2 1 X 0
The committee was composed of Miss j working. He sprained his ankle quite Moore’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. John will probably remain for a week or
Total ......... 35 5 11 27 9 1
Ruth Dillon, Mr. and Mrs. U. S. Mor-1 badly which compelled him to take a
Score by Innings
gan, Mrs. Elizabeth Allen and Mrs. j rest for a time and visit his parents, Page.
Estacada 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 U 0--3
j Mr. and Mrs. Frank W hitaker of Es- Visiting Daughter
WashougalO 2 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 - -5
Visit» in Portland
Summary— Earned runs— Estaca
Mrs. W. W. Elder of Stayton, Ore.,
da 3, Washougal 3. First on balls—
: l a r a b o w in f a m o u s
was here this week visiting at the Jean visited with relatives and friends of Scales 1, Gaines 1. Left on bases
"KEEPER OF THE BEES” ! Go to Oak Grove
in Portland for a few days this — Estacada 9, Washougal 7. Wild
Clara Bow in Gene Stratton Por- Mrs. A. W. Armstrong and daugh home of her daughter, Mrs. A. Smith. week.
pitches, Scales 1. Sacrifise hits—
ter’s famous novel, “The Keeper of ters Miss Blanche and Louise, left
Freeman, Russell, Gaines. Two base
Bronson, R. Lovelace, S. Mil
the Bees,” is the major attraction at Wednesday morning for the mountain M,‘* Gorham Here
Weinel 2, Peterson and Erick
the Liberty Theatre here Friday and to join Mr. Armstrong at the Oak | M‘ss Vivian Gorham arrived in Clara Webber of Antelope, Ore., son. 2, Struck
out by Scales 3, by Rus
sell 8, by Gaines 10. Double plays,
H. Miller to A. Lovelace. Hit by
“The Keeper of the Bees” is re will spend most of the summer vaca
from Missoula, Mont., and is on her Currinsville.
pitcher, St. Johns, Kaiser.
garded as this author’s most gripping tion up there.
way to California. She made the trip
story and certainly affords Clara
to Portland alone, but will be joined GEORGE DISTRICT RE-ELECTS Jones-Kiggins Wedding
Bow the most dramatic of all her To Build Cottage
PRESENT SCHOOL OFFICIALS The marriage of Erma Virginia
roles in Lolly, the girl who loved not W. W. Dart, the new barber in there by her parents.
annual school meeting was Jones, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
wisely but too well.
held Monday evening at thc school Hugh Jones of Currinsville, to Theo
tionery, has bought a lot in the Esta Band Receives Trophy
house. R. S. Chaney was re-elected dore F. Kiggins of Estacada, was per
cada Lake project and will build a The Estacada band has received director
Miss Cook Attending School
and Miss Sarah Howard was formed at the home of the bride’s
Miss Geraldine Cook is in attend
hie a short time ago in the band con re-elected clerk. Clay Chaney pre parents, on Saturday evening, June
ance at the Behnke-Walker summer join him here.
tests. It is now on display in a win- sented a bid for building the play 16, in the presence of relatives and
school in Portland, making the trip
shed which was accepted.
a few friends. An improvised bower
of the J. K. Ely store.
each day from her home here.
Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Chaney, their of mock orange blossoms in the bay
The date for the visit of Mountain
son and daughter, Mrs. W. H. Flebbe window afforded a pretty setting for
Chapter O. E. S. to Victory Chapter Ret“r"« ‘» McMinnville
Visit Douglass Home
her children from North Platte, the ceremony, which was performed
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Seibel of Port
were in Portland during the by A. DeMoy of this place. The bride
land visited at the home of Mrs. Sei- June 28. Quite a number are expect- Kuest at the home of her sister, Mrs. Nebr.,
came in on the arm of her father, fol
bcl’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. M. ing to go and will probably charter Thomas Yocum, for several days, re rose festival.
lowed by her maid, Miss Louise Wal
Douglass, last Sunday.
four children from Tenino, Wash., ters, and joined the groom and best
visited a few days at the home of man, Gene Kiggins, brother of the
Guests of Mrs. Shankland
Tom Carter Taken to Hospital
Mrs. Campbell’s sister, Mrs. Elsie groom, under the bower arranged so
The Melvin and Albert Shankland Tom C arter of the U. S. forest Guests at Osborne Home
artistically. Mrs. Otto Kiggins played
families of Portland were guests of service was taken to a Portland hos- Mr. and Mrs. Lafelt of Lewiston, Dew, and family last week.
their mother, Mrs. Eliza Shankland pital Tuesday suffering from a bad Idaho, were guests at the home of Frank Howard, accompanied by hii the wedding march.
of Currinsville, Sunday.
cold which it was thought had de- Mr. and Mrs. John Osborne a few niece and nephew, Editn and Howard The bride was gowned in white
veloped into pneumonia.
days last week. They later left on a Tone of Portland, spent Saturday satin with orange head piece and car
Working in Cannery
Hip to Seaside and other coast points. and Sunday at the home of his ried a shower bouquet of roses and
mother, Mrs. H. Howard.
sweet peas. The bridesmaid wore an
Misses Alice Douglass and Alta Spending Vacation Here
Mrs. G. J. Carlson of Milwaukie orchid crepe de chine gown with a
Darrell are in Portland working in Leo Lasky of Portland is spending Visit in Oregon City
a cannery. They were week end vis a few days vacation in Estacada, be- Mrs. A. DeMoy and daughter, Miss spent the week end with her sister, bouquet of snap dragons and rose
itors with their parents at their homes ing a guest at the O. E. Syron home. Edith DeMoy, visited Dr. DeMoy in Mrs. R. S. Chaney and family.
Oregon City a few days last week Mr. and Mrs. H. Johnson and Mr. After congratulations and a buffet
Masons Go to Sandy
and attended the rose festival in and Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Johnson and luncheon the newlyweds left for Port
children picnicked at Estacada last land for a short wedding tour.
Entertains Christian Aid
The bride and groom are both well
The Christian Ladies Aid met on of Masons attended a meeting of the
The home economics club will hold known in this section where they have
Here From San Diego
Thursday afternoon of this week at Sandy lodge Wednesday night,
Mr. and Mrs. Hardy Chandler of a picnic at the home of Mr. and Mrs. resided most of their lives, the groom
the home of Mrs. D. M. Marshall
San Diego, Cal., arrived Monday to G. W. Wilson, on Friday, in honor of being the son of J. A. Kiggins. Erma
This was the last meeting of the or Home From Normal School
Miss Edna Bates is home from visit at the home of Mrs. Chandler's j Mrs. Wilson, who is an invalid( and attended school in Estacada and was
ganization until fall.
graduated from the high school here
Monmouth where she has been at- nephew, W. H. Grabeel, for a few doesn’t get out very often.
Mrs. Henry Klinker entertained two years ago.
tending the state normal.
Attending Summer School
with a party in honor of her son El For the present they will make
W. E. Buell, principal of the high
mer’s birthday, June 16. Those en their home with the bride's parents.
school of Estacada, is attending the Guest of Mrs. Lovelace
Kaakes Visit Portland
Oregon University summer school in Miss Ruth Hewitt was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Will Kaake and fam- joying the occasion were Willie Joy Kiggins is employed by the Port
Portland, going back and forth each her cousin, Mrs. Raymond Lovelace, ily were business visitors in Port- ner, Sammie Powell, Joe, Bobby, land Electric Powe» vompany at Far.
Jimmie and Raymond Rickey.
j over the week end.
... From Montana
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FIRE FIGHTERS STARTS