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ESTACADA, OREGON, FRIDAY, JULY G, 1928
MRS. W ARD JO N E S D IE S
IN O R EG O N CITY H O S P IT A L
R etu rn s from C alifo rn ia
V isit Miss S tu rg eo n
Eddie Linn, who accompanied Mr. ESTACADA CLUB WINS
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Shriner, friends
RAIN INTERFERES WITH Mrs. Ward Jones of Clackamas, HILLSBORO CLUB TO and Vivian
Mrs. Lusk and daughter. Miss
of Miss Maude Sturgeon, who reside
Gorham, on a trip to Califor
in Portland, were visitors of Miss
home last Friday, having THREE GAMES IN ROW Sturgeon Wednesday.
CELEBRATION PLANS at the Oregon City hospital Thursday
! gone as far as San Francisco with
them. They were detained some on
M ISS FIN K C H O SEN AS GO D D ESS
O F L IB E R T Y ; M ISS M EY ER S
IS C L O SE SECOND
morning following an operation for
O ccupy C ary R esidence
g: 11 stone3. At this time no arrange N E W SC H E D U L E D R A W N U P FOR the way on account of the illness of O SW E G O D E F E A T E D BY 9 TO 4 Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Ecker of Port
Mr. Lusk, who went to California to
ments for the funeral have been an
land arrived Tuesday evening and will
SECO N D H A L F O F SE A SO N ;
SC O R E ; BA R R A C K S LOSE
improve his health.
remain in Estacadu for u time, occu
pying the W. F. Cary residence.
F IV E GAM ES H E R E
T W O C O N T E ST S
H ere From P o rtlan d
V isit at L aw rence Home
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Belfils of
Mrs. George Went of Portland was
visited Albert’s mother, Mrs. The second half of the 1928 base the guest of her friend, Mrs. George Estacada Legionnaires have been
Despite the rainy weather the cel Portland
Myrtle Belfils, at this place a few ball season in the Portland Valley Lawrence, last wqek.
pluying winning baseball during the
ebration on the Fourth went off as deys last week.
League starts Sunday when the Hills
past week. The double header on the
scheduled, with slight variations of
boro club comes to Estacada. The Bull R un People H ere
Fourth counted five straight wins for
the program. The Goddess of Lib M rs. S m ith lit
and Mrs. W. L. Maplethorpe Estacada since losing u game.
erty, Miss Fink, was crowned at the Mrs. O. E. Smith was on the sick new schedule gives Estacada five of of Mr.
visited Estacada rela The big feature event of the base
baud stand in the park, one hour later list last week, but is about well again the seven games to play at home. tives Bull and Run attended
the celebrution ball seuson was the Oswego game on
than planned, the first of the day’s now.
Sunday. Chief Manning, who had
pitched twelve games this season,
The town was filled with cars be D rive to M ontana
F u n eral H eld fo r H. B eers
with only one defeat, and who had
rest being played at home.
fore the parade got under way and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Wade and chil the Oswego
won the cup in the first Funeral services were held last never been batted out of the box,
the streets were lined with people dren of Estacada left the first of last half, Hillsboro
second place, Thursday for Hobart Beers, brother was "easy” for the Legionnaires, and
along the line of march. There were week on an auto trip to Montana to Sherwood third taking
of Henry Beers of this place, who walked out in the seventh inning af
a number of prettily decorated cars visit relatives. They expect to be Oswego was defeated in two fourth.
died at the Good Samaritan hospital ter the score stood 8 to 4 against
in the parade and a real nice float
in Portland, June 25.
entered by the U-Need-A Bakery. charge of Wade's service station dur winner of the second schedule will
But for an error in the first inning
First prize in the parade went .to ing their absence.
score would have been 9 to 1 in
Mrs. Harry A. LaBarre, and the en
favor of Estacada.
termine the champions.
try of the American Legion was given
The schedule following was ar
The games on the Fourth were
tame, both being very one
CHOOSE DELEGATES sided affairs.
Shiftless Aughto, a vehicle entered
of the eight clubs at a meeting held
The home team beat
by a soap company of Oregon City,
9 to 3 in the
was given first prize for the most
1 in the second.
The last meeting until after the
comical entry, second going to the
Davidson’s Bakery at Sellwood, Os summer
Russell started in the box for Es
Ranger A. W. Armstrong of the wego at Sherwood and Washougal at gion and the American Legion Aux tacada, but after an eight run lead
Following the parade a patriotic Forest
been piled up against the soldiers
now has fifty men out Vancouver Barracks.
iliary was held at the Odd Fellows had
program was given at the band stand on trails, service
decided to save him for
in the park, B. F. Lindas of Oregon ft rce. A large share of the person tacada, Vancouver Barracks at Os-1
next Sunday and Rie-
City giving a splendid patriotic ad nel are local men and many of them wego, Sellwood at Hillsboro and Sher
bhoff finished the game.
a e for the first time learning that wood at Washougal.
but on account of the cool weather The second battle was easier than
The ball game at the park, dancing p.'
first. Kenneth Scales, pitching
at the Masonic hall, and band con not entirely a summer outing on pay. Davidson’s at Washougal, Vancouver was held at the usual meeting place the
Estacada, allowed but three hits
certs during the afternoon enter The watershed of the South Fork at Sherwood and Hillsboro at Oswego. in town. A potluck dinner was a for
and while he got himself into a hole
feature of the program.
tained the crowds.
to put the ball over the plate,
The street dance was not held be Oregon City and West Lynn gets its Estacada, Davidson’s Bakery at Os Delegates were chosen to the state failure
the result was never in doubt after
cause of the threatening weather, but water
has been closed by or wego, Washougal at Hillsboro, and August, as follows: Legion—J. C. the first inning. Ray Lovelace was
a dance in the evening was given in der of supply,
forester to all u.;e Sellwood at Sherwood.
Moreland, G. E. Parks and Dr. W. W. | the receiver in this game and starred
the club house in the park, which was except that this does
not prohibit August 5— Washougal at Estacada, Gilbert; Auxiliary— Mrs. J. W. Moore with the bat, getting the longest home
a. tual settlers from going to and Davidson’s Bakery at Sherwood, Van-, delegate and Mrs. Grover Kiggins, al run over center ever seen on this
The program ended with a fire from
their homes. All persons are couver at Hillsboro and Oswego at ternate. The expenses of the dele field.
works display on the hill east of town p ohibited
being on this area Sellwood.
gates will be paid by the organiza Due to a misunderstanding the
which was highly enjoyed by those until further from
Boring team did not come to play
who waited for it. A midnight mati mit from the district ranger, A. W. Davidson’s at Vancouver Barracks,
scheduled game. Some of the
nee at the Liberty also entertained a Armstrong. This action was neces Sherwood at Hillsboro, Sellwood at
baseball committee decided to have
O pens P ressing Shop
large number of visitors.
Mr. Armstrong says, on account Washougal.
their game in the morning at 10:30,
Miss Gertrude Fink was chosen as sary,
Arthur Freeman, who came to Es- I j and
Boring was not notified until
the Goddess of Liberty winning by a crossing the area.
from Idaho a few weeks ago afternoon
Davidson’s Bakery at Hillsboro, Van tacada
on Tuesday. The manager
small margin over Miss Evelyn Mey A very unusual situation for this couver
unable to get his men to
has opened a cleaning and pressing gether irr time
ers, Miss Gertrude Marshall taking season of the year is that foggy Washougal at Oswego.
and that he would not
third place and Miss Mary Sharnke v-eather
play. Word was sent back for them
fourth. The other candidates for the ity to such has an interferred
that it has been T each er Visit»
come on and play according to the
appreciate any business thrown to
honor dropped out before the end of difficult, and in extent
some cases imposai- Miss Olga Samuelson, who taught will
schedule, but not until after other
fc e to date, to see far enough from in the high school here last year, and as the general public.
arrangements had been made by the
Estacada entertained a large crowd the
and had the weather been favorable v ;) and orient the fire-finding instiu- school year, attended the celebration
Goes to G leneden
it is not easy to estimate the number n.ents.
Mrs. R. E. Baxter, who has been 1 G uests of Rhodes
of people who would have been here. George Cook of the Garfield dis- here on the Fourth.
visiting Mrs. N. B. Ecker, left Mon- ^ Miss Lola Johnson of Aurora was
The officers of the band wish to t.ict, and an employee of the forest
day evening for Portland and Tuesday \ the guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. W.
express their appreciation to all those service, has been honored by his se Closes B a b re r Shop
accompanied her niece and family | Rhodes last week.
who assisted in making the celebra lection as a member of the inter-
shop on Main street and is working and several other families to Glen- J
tion a success. It was the co-opera forest
flying squadron. The mem
tion received that made the under bers of this squadron are selected as for Bert Lundberg while the latter eden Beach on the coast to visit the H ere From G resham
is on his vacation.
W. F. Cary family. Mrs. Baxter will Among the Fourth of July visitors
o/erhead if large fires occur on any
there for a few weeks’ visit. in Estacada from Gresham were Mr.
Miss Gertrude Fink also wishes to cf
the three large forests in Washing
and Mrs. Sherman Kilgore und fam
thank her friends for their support ton and Oregon. The squadron was L ooney Goes to H ospital
in the Goddess of Liberty contest.
fortunate in having a local man of Portland hospital the latter part of
Dr. and Mrs. Will Dale and son
lbs capabilities available.
last week to be operated on. At this Billy from Portland were guests at S pend F o u rth at Home
Goes to R oseburg
time he is reported to be getting the home of Mr. Dale’s parents, Mr. Harry Osborne and Maurice Bul
U. S. Morgan reurned Wednesday S ervices to Be H eld R egularly
evening of last week from a business A committee has charge of the ser- alnog as well as could be expected. and Mrs. William Dale, W ednesday.) lard came down from the mountains
spend the Fourth at their homes
trip to Roseburg.
Miss Lillian Dale, of Wallowa, who is j to
v ces at the M. E. church while Rev.
C. T. Cook is absent. Next Sunday H ere fo r th e F o u rth
S. & S. H A R D W A R E O F F E R S
morning A. DeMoy will speak. Sun Mr. and Mrs. Rexxx Ludlow en was also present.
V isit W ith Elys
FA R M E R N E W S E R V IC E day evening W. W. Dillon, general joyed
a visit from the latter's father
Mrs. Jack Norton and baby ar
s -cretary of the Spokane, Wash., Y. and mother from Portland, on the
rived from Portland Tuesday to visit
Sam Powell of the George district M. C. A., will have charge of the Fourth of July.
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Denny and at
of her parents, Mr. and
has been employed by the S. & S. services. Mr. Dillon is much in de
Mr. and Mrs. Vernie Duus of Ante Mrs. the J. home
for a few days.
Hardware store in the rapacity of mand as a speaker in Spokane and V isits at O sborne Hom e
lope, Ore., form er residents of Esta
salesman. Mr. Powell will “carry surrounding communities.
E. A. Whitman, nephew of Mrs.
A rrive From E ast
the hardware store to the farm er”
John Osborne, came up from Port Wednesday.
Mrs. George Harding of Detroit,
As a part of his duties he will list K aake F am ily E n te rta in s
land, where he has been attending
Mich., and Mrs. Elmer Smith of Pe
the farm machinery carried by the A pleasant family gathering was college, to spend the week end at the H ere From M ilw aukie
different farmers of the district, and held at the William Kaake home on Osborne home. He left Monday for Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Ritchie and oria, Illinois, sisters of W. E. Linn
when repairs are needed the neces- the Fourth by members of the Keller California.
family, formerly of Estacada, but j and Mrs. Julius Krieger, arrived last
say information as to make, model, family, honoring the sisters of J. W.
now of Milwaukie, were among the Saturday to visit relatives here for a
etc., will be available. The firm will and J. K. Keller of Dodge, who are T aken to H ospital
celebation visitors in Estacada Wed few weeks.
give the farm 24-hour service in the here from the East visiting. They Mrs. Ford Darrow was taken to a nesday.
Spend W eek E nd H ere
furnishing of repairs, and in many r.re Mrs. Meno Good of Bronson, Portland hospital Tuesday suffering
The Misses Mary Alice and Flor
cases 12 hour service, Mr. Powell Mich., Mrs. C. W. Brooks of Kala with a very bad attack of rheuma G lads in Bloom
The first to report the blooming of ence June Reed spent the week end
mazoo, Mich., and Mrs. Joseph Keller tism.
Mr. Powell is an engineer and has of Toledo, Ohio.
gladiolus this year was Mrs. Ray at their home here.
had years of experience in installing
Keith of Faraday. The plant stands
H ere from M aupin
water systems and farm machinery V isits G ran d p aren ts
four and one-half feet high and the Com e fo r the F ou rth
ment, and benefit ofedtthis? pnah The Misses Elaine and Elma A. E. Trautman was in Estacada flower is very large and beautiful.
Mr. and Mrs. M. G. Fifer were
quipment, and the farmers of this Shuck of Yamhill, Ore., are visiting Monday morning. He lives at Mau
here from Portland to visit relatives
vicinity are to have the benefit of his their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. W. pin, Oregon, and came over the Spend the F o u rth at R hododendron and attend the celebration Wednes
experience without additional cost.
G. Moore, at the Estacada hotel. Miss mountain with a drove of sheep to Mrs. R. R. Cooke, her father and day.
Lola Moore and her mother were graze during the summer months.
mother and the children, spent the
T each er C hosen
Portland visitors this week.
Fourth at their summer cottage at L eaves on V acation
V isiting G ra n d p are n ts
University of Oregon, June 30.—
Rhododendron on the Loop highway. C. Rex Parks left Friday for Van
Miss Fanny Maule has been visit
couver, B. C., and other cities in the
Miss Beatrice Wilder, who has been | G ohrings R etu rn
Canadian province, to spend his va
employed as teacher in the high ’ Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Gohring ar ing with her grandparents, Mr. and H ere From P o rtlan d
school at Estacada for the com ing; rived home Friday evening from a O. J. Skaggs, for the past week. She Perry and William Hirte with theit cation. He expects to be away at
year, has an excellent record in activ short vacation trip to Tacoma, Seat left Thursday night for her home at wives were here from Portland for least two weeks.
the Fourth of July and were guests
ities and scholarship at the Univer tle and British Columbia.
P o rtlan d S tars H ere
at the Home restaurant.
sity from which she graduated this |
Sigafoos and Smith, baseball stars
June.. She is an accomplished musi- [ H ere from C alifo rn ia
A tte n d P om ona G range
on the Portland Beaver club, wete
cian and has been prominent in mus Mrs. S. H. Irvine and family of Mrs. George Kitching and her H eer fo r C elebartion
ical activities on the campus. She Lodi, Calif., were visiting her sister, mother, Mrs. Rose Lovell, attended Morris Ely accompanied by his picnicking in Estacada one day last
played the violin in the -University Mrs. F. Edmonson, at the Estacada Pomona grange at Sandy Wednesdaj f friend, Steve Gardner, came up from week and called on Ray Lovelace
hotel, last week.
1 of last week.
Portland to attend the celebration. while in town.
orchestia. Her home is at Band.
V isits Folks H ere
Miss Irene Hayden visited home
folks in Estacada Wednesday and re
turned to Portland Thursday morn
L eave for K ansas
Rev. C. T. Cook, pastor of the M.
E. church of Estacada, accompanied
by his daughter, Miss Geraldine Cook,
left Tuesday morning for Valley
Falls, Kan., to see Mr. Cook’s mother,
who is very sick. They are driving
through in their car.
MASONS ANO STARS
GO TO FOREST GROVE
About twenty-five went from Es
tacada to Forest Grove Sunday to
visit the Masonic and Eastern Star
home. They drove over and most of
them enjoyed a picnic dinner in the
park at that place, after which they
went back to the home where services
were held at 2 o’clock.
The program was entertaining and
consisted of singing, prayer by A. De
Moy, instrumental selections by the
Misses Evelyn, Pauline, and Fred
Buell, two violins and the piano; ad
dress by A. C. Daig of Oswego; vocal
solo by Mrs. Harry Kitching, “ In That
City Four Square,” with Miss Edith
DeMoy at the piano; reading by Mrs.
Herrick of Lakeview; vocal solo by
Mr. Hollinger. Several chapters and
lodged were visitors at the home that
Those going from Estacada were
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Buell, Misses Pau
line, Evelyn and Fred Buell, Mrs. N.
B. Ecker, Mr. and Mrs. G. P. Rose,
Miss Pauline and Richard Rose, Mrs.
O. E. Culver, Mrs. Harry Kitching,
Mrs. Fred Leihanuner and mother,
Mrs. Thumburg, Mrs. O. E. Syron,
Mrs. George Armstrong, Mr. and Mrs.
A. DeMoy, Mr. and Mrs. George El
lis, Mr. and rMs. H. C. Stephens,
Mrs. Elizabeth Allen and Mrs. Mar
M ISS BECK BECO M ES B R ID E
O F L E ST E R W E L L S
Miss Rhoda Beck of Estacada be
came the bride of L. Lester Wells of
Yacolt, Wash., Friday evening, June
29, at the home of the bride’s par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy E. Berk, Rev.
D. E. Dent of the Estucada Christian
church performing the marriage, us
ing the ring ceremony.
Miss Cathleen Beck, sister of the
bride, was bridesmaid and Mr. Wells
was attended by Jack Aikins as best
man. Preceeding the ceremony. Miss
Cathleen Beck sang “Love's Old
Sweet Song” and Miss Elva Shibley
played the wedding march.
The bride wore a charming gown
of apricot colored crepe dc chine and
carried a lovely bouquet of pink roses
and sweet peas. The maid's dress
was a flowered rayon voile.
After the ceremony, which was per
formed in the double windows with
wild orange blossoms, ferns and roses
forming an arch, the happy young
couple, their relatives and the few
friends present, partook of splendid
refreshments including the bride’s
cake which she cut, served by Mr.
and Mrs. Beck and family, and then
the newlyweds left for Portland fol
lowed by a shower of rice and the
best wishes of all present.
The bride was u teacher in the
grade school here two years and the
love and esteem in which she is held
was shown by the numerous and
beautiful presents. They will reside
in Yacolt, Wash., where their many
friends wish them a long, pleasant
and prosperous life.
Those from out of town attending
the wedding were the groom's father
and mother, Mr. and Mrs. W. A.
Wells, Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Johnson,
Verna Johnson, Kenneth Johnson and
Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Hergren, all of
Tenino, Wash., Mr. and Mrs. Everett
Shibley, Springwater, and Mrs. D. E.
Dent, wife of the minister, Gresham.
Other invited guests were Mr. and
Mrs. Lewis Nielsen and Mrs. N. B.