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ESTACADA, OREGON, 1 FRIDAY, JULY, 13, 1928
COUNCIL ASKED TO
REMOVE SIGN BOARD
Visit at G arfield
HILLSBORO WINS CLOSE
ONE FROM ESTACADA
Big F eatu re W edne»day
TEST ROAD COMPLETED
IN EAGLE CREEK SECTION
C ELEB R A TES TH E FOURTH
“The Blood Ship,” featuring Ho
bart Bosworth, is the big attraction
GEORGE, July 12.— (Special).—
at the Liberty Theatre next week.
The Fourth was celebrated in the us
This is a Btarkly realistic story of
ual manner, some going here and
the sea out of the pages of the dis
some there. The majority celebrated
tant past, a time when only a real
LEG ION N A IRES LOSE BY CLOSE two-fisted man could follow the sea PA U L LEITN ER D EAD; FUNERAL the day with a picnic in the grove and
PR O TEST FILED BY COOKE
at the club hall, and ended with a
for a living.
Down From Oak Grove
SERV ICES HELD ON W ED
TALLY O F 4 TO 2 ON
dance in the evening. Mr. and Mrs.
POINTS OUT DANCER TO
Mrs. A. W. Armstrong came down
C. A. Johnson had charge of the
Mr. and Mrs. Keffer Geil and fam
day morning to meet her daughters,
Mrs. Flebbe and children, after
ily of Corvallis spent the week end
who were at their home here, and re
visit with her brothers,
EAGLE CREEK, July 12.— (Spe Clay and weeks
After winning five straight games his brother, G. G. Geil.
R. R. Cooke of the Bob Cook? Mo
Ralph Chaney and their
the Estacada Legionnaires lost to the
tor company offered a protest to the Return» to Corvalli»
have returned to their home
was completed Saturday, July 7, as at families,
council at their meeting Tuesday After a visit of a couple of weeks Hillsboro club Sunday afternoon in R eturns to Portland
far as Grant Test’s place. Folks liv Percy Berrow
night, to the position of a sign board with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank the first game of the new Portland Clyde Ecker returned to his work ing
was out to visit his
at the foot of the hill, northeast cor Whitaker, John W hitaker returned to Valley league Series, by the close in Portland Tuesday morning after pleased and express their thanks to son David at the home of Mr. and
ner of Main and Third streets, and his work at Corvallis Sunday. Mrs. margin of 4 to 2.
a visit here of a few days. Mrs. Major Luther Felker, roadmaster, as Mrs. Julius Paulsen on Monday eve
asked for its remove! on account of Whitaker and Bernard drove over to Ellis, pitching for the visitors, was Ecker remains, occupying the Cary he
was directly responsible for get ning.
hit all over the field, but it seemed residence for a time.
the danger to motor cars.
Mr. and Mrs. Denver Barney and
Oregon City with him, where he took that
ting the men and machinery in there. children
there was always a man there
There was an accident on this cor the stage to Corvallis.
of Beaverton spent the
It was a hard job, and one that the Fourth with
to take the ball. At two different Building Home H ere
ner Sunday, due to tho fact that vis
Mrs. Barney’s parents,
stages of the game it looked as if the John Kinzell, business man of Mil- men did not care to undertake except Mr. and Mrs. Henry Joyner and
ion of the driver was shut off by the ! New Auto R epair Shop
sign, and the council instructed the Andy Swanson and B. E. Randolph home team had rallied, only to run waukie, has comeneed the erection with the urging of Major Felker.
Paul Leitner, 53, formerly of Eagle Guests of Mr. and Mrs. P. Ruhl and
recorder to take up the matter with are opening an auto repair shop and into double plays.
of a $4,000 residence across the river | Creek,
died Sunday at the Oregon family on the Fourth were Mrs. Sam.
the owner of the board, and try to service in the Broadway Garage and Hillsboro scored one run in four from Estacada. Charlie Duboise has |
have it removed or set back to where are making their announcement in different innnings. Estacada scored been working on the grounds for the City hospital, following an illness of Mueller, Mr. and Mrs. Forsythe and
it would not obstruct the view of this issue of the News. Mr. Swanson her two runs in the fifth inning when past year. Mr. Kinzell will reside four years.
children, Mr. and Mrs. Meggert and
motorists coming down the hill, O) has been connected with the Cascade Ellis had purposely walked Fisher, here when the home is completed, Mr. Leitner was born in Austria Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Mueller, all of
star catcher for the Legionnaires, driving back and forth to Milwaukie. and for a number of years engaged Portland.
going east on Third street.
garage for a long time.
in farming in this district. His wife Mrs. Mollie Anderson and son of
and Arnold Lovelace hit a homer
The members of the council were
and daughter Margaret, now residing Portland are spending the summer
over the center field fence.
all present and routine business was
in Pe Ell, Wash., survive.
Russell, pitching for Estacada, had
transacted. The privilege of tapping
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Rev. Rudolph G. Messerli, Ev. Anhert.
eight strikeouts to his credit, as did
the city water main by Mr. Hills, who
Lutheran, of Oregon City, conducted Mr. and Mrs. Ray Miller of Port
also Ellis for Hillsboro. The visitors
resides northeast of the city limits
the funeral services at the Forrester land spent Sunday with the homefolks
collected a total of 14 hits while the
a short distance, was refused, on ac
cemetery, Eagle Creek, Wednesday Robert Miller and family.
home team had half as many.
count of the inadequate water supply.
It was a close contest and well
The enforcement of the amended
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Paulsen and
ordinance, No. 120, was ordered to be DOVER, July 12.— (Special).— A played throughout the nine innings. The local order of Rebekahs in The next regular meeting of the family had as guests on Sunday their
put in operation for the quarter be fall on a sharp axe caused little Bob Estacada was charged with two errors stalled new officers Wednesday eve Ladies Aid society will be held Wed daughter, Miss Emma Paulsen of
ning in the I. O. O. F. hall, after nesday afternoon, July 18, at the Portland.
ginning July 1. The ordinance ap bie Miller to lose his right eye. The to one made by Hillsboro.
plies to wholesalers selling from wa 11-year-old boy with his mother, Mrs. The game next Sunday will be on which all enjoyed delightful refresh home of Mrs. Matt. Glover.
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd W inters and
David Miller, was spending several the home grounds, with the nine rep ments and a social time. Mrs. Louise Herbert Suter spent several days children are visiting his parents, Mr.
gons or trucks.
days with his grandparents, Mr. and resenting Davidson’s Bakery, and Linn, district deputy president, was last week at Newport and other beach and Mrs. Will Winters.
Mrs. Alex Bews. On Wednesday will start promptly at 2:30 o’clock. the installing officer.
Fam ily Reunion Held
Postmaster A. N. Johnson enjoyed Bobby had the accident badly cut Freeman, who has been playing sec The officers are Elizabeth Ames, Mr. and Mrs. W alter Pomeroy of Leave for the Beach
a meeting with a large number of his ting his face. He was rushed to the ond sack for the Legionnaires for past noble grand; Mable Smith, noble Portland were callers at the Ben For A party composed of Mr. and Mrs.
relatives last Sunday when they con Good Samaritan hospital in Portland the last four weeks, will be out of grand; Laura Schonberg, vice grand; rester home Wednesday.
S. E. Wooster, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond
gregated here for a family reunion. where his eye was removed. He is the lineup the rest of the season, and Nellie Hay man, secretary; Edna Gra- Alice Forrester is visiting her aunt, Lovelace, Mr. and Mrs. Wallace
It had been forty years since there reported as doing nicely and has left this position will be considerably bcel, treasurer; Elnora Day, warden; Mrs. Scripture, in Oregon City.
Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hayden
strengthened. This was the weak Aime Rivers, conductor, Minerva Sunday, July 15, there is to be a and Mr. and Mrs. A. Smith and
was such a gathering of his family the hospital.
and he says he enjoyed the occasion D. V. Rose recently purchased a spot Sunday and has been for several Lins, chaplain; Lena Underwood, in Sunday school rally at the Chautau daughter Ellamay left Wednesday
greatly. Among the visitors were four-cylinder gas donkey for logging. games. At least two new men will side guard; Wava Coop, outside qua grounds at Gladstone. A good noon for Eskowen on the coast.
Mrs. C. S. Degermark and daughter The machine will handle between be in the game for Estacada during guard; Sadie Wade, R. S. N. G.; Mary program has been arranged and a
L. L. Degermark and wife and Mr. 7,000 and 10,000 feet per day. The the rest of the season. However, no Smith, L. S. N. G.; Birdie Gilgan, R. number from here are planning to at H ere From A berdeen
and Mrs. Thon.as Sorenson and fam ciew has been putting in considera new players can be signed after next S. V. G.; Aimee Upton, L. S. V. G.; tend. Sunday school here will be Mr. and Mrs. Albert Krieger of
Sylvester Lawrence, staff captain. dismissed and there will be no eve Aberdeen, Wash., were visitors Fri
ily of Vancouver, Wash., and Mr. and ble overtime, as Mr. Rose has a boat Sunday.
Mrs. Ed. J. Burlingame and friends order to fill in a very short time. On Sunday, July 22, the team will The refreshments committee con ning service at the church here.
day and Saturday at the home of
of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Smith, Zola and Nola Clester left Monday Mr. Krieger’s brother, Julius, of Es-
Clyde Rose is running the new don play away from home. There are sisted
six games yet to be played during the Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Ewalt and Mrs. by auto for Yonealla where their tacuda.
father, Guy Clester, operates a saw
Some time ago Rover, R. G. March- A number of Ahe farmers are busy season, four at home and two away. Rhoe Syron.
mill. Opal Clester, who has been C hristian Aid M eeting
bank’s large collie dog, hurt his left haying. The hay and grain crops are
U PPER EAGLE CREEK ITEMS there since the close of school, will There will be a meeting of the
hind foot and had been limping exceptionally good this year. It was Snyder-Sm itli W edding
return and Zola will remain for the Christian Ladies Aid at the home of
around for weeks. Last week he in feared for a time that the aphis E. C. Snyder, one of the salesmen |
jured his right front foot in some j would destroy a large per cent of the at the Estacada Lake project, who j Mr. and Mrs. Jess Douglass and balance of the summer.
Mrs. Henry Beers on Thursday, July
manner and now he is attracting at g.ain but so far the damage has been has been here for some time, was son Kelly, Mrs. Viola Denning, Mr. Mrs. Troupe has returned after be 19. All members are urged to be
married June 23 to Mrs. L. N. Smith, and Mrs. W. F. Douglass were guests ing a couple of weeks at the home of present.
tention by going on two legs, holding ' very slight.
up the two injured members. He is Several of the Paghs are planning in Vancouver, Wash. They are mak at the home of Roy Douglass on her parents, caring for her mother,
a very kind dog and everyone pets to leave within a few days for Hood ing their home at the Estacada hotel Sunday.
who was quite ill. Mrs. Rush is much THOUSAND CHARIOTS
Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Eddy and their improved at this time.
IN BATTLE SCENE OF
River to work in the fruit harvest for the present.
daughter Muriel of Portland spent Mr. and Mrs. Guy Kellogg and son,
"MOON O F ISR A EL”
the Fourth at the home of the latter’s with some friends, all of Wallace, There have been few greater pic
C. K. Pagh, the road supervisor, W ILD BLACKBERRIES
PL E N T IFU L AT VIOLA sister, Mrs. L. V. Gibson. Mr. Eddy Idaho, were at the home of Mrs. Kel tures than “Moon of Israel,” which is
expects to begin work at the crusher
in a few days. This is much earlier There are hundreds of wild black- j returned home Thursduy morning logg one day last week. They were to be shown at the Liberty Sunday
the crusher is usually operated berry pickers in the woods in this vi but Mrs. Eddy remained for ai longer en route home after a motor trip to and Monday. In all of history there
ARE RE-ELECTED than
Vancouver and Astoria, on which has never been a more thrilling epi
but there is a large amount of rock cinity,
coming from Portland and Mr. and Mrs. William Sharp of I Mrs. Lena Kellogg hud accompanied sode than the exodus of the Jews
to be put on the road this year, as many other
The berries arc Portland spent their vacation at the 1 them.
from Egypt. There is something tre
all the money is to be used plentiful this sections.
At the library association annual practically
year, it is said.
home of tho latter’s parents, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Homer Glover were mendously thrilling in those scenes,
meeting July 3, the same officers Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Peck and Mr. and Mrs. John Mattox are the | Mrs. W. H. Douglass, last week.
in Portland Saturday and Sunday and where toiling Israelites nush blindly
were elected to hold over for another daughters,
parents of a 12V4 pound boy, born j Mr. and Mrs. Fred Baker have on Saturday they attended a conven against their slowly moving wagons,
year. Mrs. J. W. More is president, all of Portland, were dinner guests July 1.
moved from the place known as the tion of R. F. D. carriers.
scared looks backwards for
Mrs. G. R. Ellis vice president, Mrs. Sunday at the Joseph DeShazer home. James Tracy of Eastern Oregon is Shultz place up to their own home Henry Suter is running the speeder casting
they know will follow.
H. C. Stephens secretary and Mrs.
visiting his sister,, Mrs. William M at-! in Dover near the home of Mrs. Ba between Estacada and Camp 8, carry There is still something awesome
Elizabeth Allen is treasurer.
toon, who is seriously ill. Mr. M at-' ker’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. H. ing men and supplies for the forest in the sight of Pharaoh’s thundering
In the librarian’s report it was Shazer.
toon has been ill but is able to be j Udell.
chariots speeding after the defense
learned that there were 3010 books
up and around.
loaned during the year, 8 books were A ir Trip Aid» H earing
Mr. and Mrs. William Ilicinbothom ' with her sister, Mrs. Joe Haley of La- ning for a camp above Sandy where
“ Moon of Israel” over a thous
donated to the library, 41 bought and Several days ago, while Estelle of Stevenson, Wash., visited relatives comb, Ore., for the past six weeks, he will be employed by Mr. Todd, and In chariots
were used in this pursuit
that there are 1384 books in the li
here on the Foutrh, returning home returned home Saturday evening, ac who is getting out cedar poles.
side of the hill ap
brary. At the present time there are Hansen, was in Portland, she took a Tuesday of this week.
companied by her sister and family,
pears the slowly winding train of the
only 40 members of the association ride in an airplane, accompanied by Miss Beulah Hiclnbothom, who is Mr. and Mrs. Joe Haley and little
Israelites, and behind on the plain
and about a dozen who are not mem Mrs. Nora Jannsen. The trip was training as a nurse at the Good Sa son. Mr. and Mrs. Haley returned
have just left, come the charg
planned for the purpose of getting maritan hospital in Portland, was out home Monday.
bers but regular patrons.
ing hosts of Pharaoh. Some remark
The association is very low in fi relief for an ear trouble and the home to spend the Fourth.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. F. Douglass Miss Nellie M. Curtis of Portland
shots are taken of these charging
nances, it was reported by the treas family seem quite encouraged at the Ed. and Ray Miller and families entertained Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Eddy j will have charge of the services at able
Line after line they come
urer, and a general discussion in re success of the trip into the upper John Hamilton and family, C. G. and daughter Muriel and Mrs. Linnie the M. E. church Sunday. She is charging off
the screen. Squadron
gard to plans to raise money to carry regions.
Stone and family picnicked at Clear Gibson, at dinner Saturday evening. superintendent of the Deaconess after squadron, with plunging horses
on the work followed the report.
Creek on the Fourth.
home in Portland and is said to be a and eager charioteers. It is one of
It was decided to hold another Harry Grable is employed by the Quite a number of the folks from The Garfield Dorcas society will | very interesting speaker.
the most thrilling scenes in screen
meeting on July 27, at the library, to Jackson Lumber company of Esta this community attended the Buck-1 meet with Mrs. Charles Duncan on j Sunday evening there will be a history, and as the pillar of fire
further discuss this problem.
aroo show at Molalla the Fourth.
July 19 in the afternoon. The Gar service of songs. Anyone who has a springs up between them and the
field Juvenile Grange will meet at favorite song they would like to hear fleeing Israelites the watcher is given
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notify Mrs. J. G. Hay man. Stories a taste of the thrills that are to fol
LOCAL AND PERSONAL 10:30 next Saturday.
of the songs and hymns will be given low.
The P. E. P. company depot of Dave Eshleman, while splitting at this time.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Beers and
Estacada is looking fine under a wood Wednesday, allowed the axe to !
fresh coat of paint, both on the out slip and strike his right leg just be Springwater — Sunday school at daughter returned Sunday from a
low the knee, inflicting a painful cut 10 a. m. Those attending the Sunday week’s visit at Morgan, Ore., with
side and the interior.
Mrs. J. K. Ely accompanied her which necessitated the services of a school rally at Gladstone will be Mrs. Beer’s sister.
AT ESTACADA HOTEL
Mrs. A. B. Leihammer arrived Fri
daughter, Mrs. Norton, to Portland physician. No serious trouble is an- J counted present. Church at 11.
George— Sunday school at 2 p. m. day to visit her son Fred, und left
the latter part of last week, and was ticipated, however.
GWEN BY THE ESTACADA BAND
gone several days visiting the Nor Postmaster A. N. Johnson was a Church at 3.
Monday, accompanied by Mr. Leiham
ton family. The men folks were theii ( business visitor in Portland Tuesday. Eagle Creek— Sunday school is mer for Troutdale to visit with a
Mrs. Rhoe Syron assisted in the post dismissed for this Sunday in order daughter for a few weeks. Her hus
own cooks during her absence.
that all may attend the Sunday school band has been in Estacada for sev
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Gohring left office during his absence.
Friday for an auto trip to points in The Trexell family have moved rally at Gladstone. No service in the eral weeks and is in very poor health.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Leihammer
Washington and Idaho where they from the Lemon house on Zohrist evening.
street to the cottage owned by Har Mis Elva Shibley has gone to the went up to Camp 8 Saturday and
will visit friends.
Ralph Lemon of Portland was old Wooster on Upper Main.
Los Angeles world Sunday school were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Geo.
I Best of Music
Good Time Guaranteed = in Mrs.
this vicinity for a week visiting Herbert Fifer has taken the place convention as a delegate from the Armstrong until Monday. While
ADMISSION: Gentlemen, 75c; Ladies, 25c.
relatives and friends and looking af-| vacated by Ralph Chaney in the Mor j Springwater school.
there they enjoyed catching a nice
ter their residence property here. * gan feed store.
— T. I. Kirkwood, pastor. lot of fish.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wooster and'
son Harry came down from Camp 8
Tuesday morning and went out to
Garfield to visit at the home of Mrs.
Wooster’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hass
CHILD FALLS ON AX;
LOSES RIGHT EYE
1A JULY DANCE!
I Saturday, July 14th I
REBEKAHS INSTALL NEW
SET OF OFFICERS