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V O LU M E X X II
RESTRICTIONS ON OSE
OF IT E R EFFECTIVE
E S T A C A D A , OREGON, F R ID A Y , J U L Y 27, 1928
I L IS T L E A V E S FOR HIS
HOME IN IN D IA N A
NEW S TO BE ISSUED
E AR LY NEXT W EEK
SELLWOOD LOSES 10
ESTACADA LEGION NINE
Herman List, who has been con
are requested to get in their copy us
nected with the Estacada Lake pro
early a» possible next week, as the
ject for several months, le ft Tuesday
editor in company with J. D. More
fo r his home in Indiana. The work
B AR R A C K S W IL L
S U P P L Y R U N N IN G LO W DUE TO has been completed su far us he is S A N D Y M IN IS T E R T O L E A V E FOR land and Dr. W. W. Gilbert will leave V A N C O U V E R
the middle o f the week to attend the
concerned, all the tools und machin
P L A Y GAM E HERE N E X T
W IS C O N S IN ;— HOLDS L A S T
HOT W E A T H E R , TH E C IT Y
state convention o f the American L e
ery disposed o f and there is nothing
gion at Medford Thursday, Friday
doing now in the pleasure resort in
S U N D A Y AF TE R N O O N
O F F IC IA L S REPO R T
SE R VIC E S U N D A Y
and Saturday, August 2, 3 and 4.
the way o f public improvements. A.
S. Hassell has been retained to look
Mis« Gorham Here
after the club house and grounds.
Estacada Legionnaires kept
E ffective at once, the following
SA N D Y , July 25.— (S p ecial).—
Miss Vivian Gorham was in Esta
regulations in regard to sprinkling
Rev. F. Dobberfuhl, fo r over twenty cada for a short time Friday. With their winning streak here Sunday a f
Take Passengers to Camp 8
in the city o f Estacada will be en
years pastor o f the Sandy Lutheran her parents she returned from Cal ternoon, winning from the Sellwood
A new motor cur has been at
forced, according to city officials:
church, has resigned to accept u pas ifornia where the trip was not o f a aggregation by the score o f 7 to 3.
tached to the speeder to Camp 8 and
East o f Broadway and North o f
torate near Mt. Angel, Wisconsin. geat deal o f benefit to the health o f It wxis a haid fought game until the
there is room fo r passengers. The
Fifth street, sprinkling is limited to
Many eyes were tearful at the ser Mr. Lusk. They stopped o f f in Port first half o f the ninth inning when
railroad company no longer gives free
Monday, Wednesday and Friday eve
vice Sunday, Rev. Dobberfuhl’s lust land fo r a fe w days before returning Estacada staged the winning rally.
transportation up the river. The rate
Sellwood scored two runs in the
nings from G to 8 o’clock, and Sun
to their home in Missoula, Montana.
is $1 to Camp 8. A special pass is
second inning, and another in the
day evening 6 to 7.
Beginning on a salary o f $33 per
provided fo r those who wish to go
fifth. Estacada made two tallies in
East o f Broadway and South o f
month in 1904, Rev. Dobberfuhl vis Swimming Popular Sport
the fourth frame, and was unable
Fifth street, Tuesday, Thursday and
ioned the building o f a prosperous
Swimming these hot days seems
Saturday evenings 6 to 8 o’clock and
church from a mission which started to be a popular pastime in Estacada. to get another run over until the
Drives to Troutdale
Sunday evening 7 to 8.
hei'e three years before and which The lake has been a big attraction ninth, going into the last inning one
Fred Leihammer went to Trout-
West o f Broadway and North o f
was sometimes attended by only thi'ee for young and old as a retreat from run behind the Portland club.
dale Saturday evening to visit his
Russell led o f f in the ninth with a
F ifth street, Monday,
or four people, stayed with his post the unusually hot weather experi
father, mother and sister, who re
single, followed by Bronson, who got
and Friday mornings G to 8, and Sun
23 years, and at his farew ell sermon enced during the past few days.
three bases on his hit to le ft center,
day morning G to 7.
there were present 128 communicants
Minto got a two
West o f Broadway and South o f
Visiting in Seattle
bagger and Bronson came home. T.
F ifth street, Tuesday, Thursday and
Mr. Dobberfuhl lived in the old
Mis. Jack Norton, whose home is
Mrs. G. E. Parks and children left
Saturday mornings G to 8 o ’clock,
Junker hotel the first year, then went in Portland, visited her parents, Mr. Scales grounded out to shortstop and
Friday morning fo r Seattle fo r a
Fischer walked. Miller was safe on
and Sunday morning 7 to 8.
back to Wisconsin and returned with and Mrs. J. K. Ely, this week.
visit with relatives. .
Conti'etra’s error. Ray Lovelace hit
bride— Miss Eleanor
In case o f fire all faucets must be
a single und Fischer and Miller came
Frenz. A small parsonage was built,
home, which completely spoiled the
the two set up house keeping, worked
No sprinkling will be permitted
Sellwood club’s hopes o f winning the
together, managed, saved and are
with open hose. Nozzle or sprinkler
must be used.
now the proud parents o f nine chil
Moreland went into the box for
dren two o f which are twins, two
The water shortage makes it nec
the home team but became ill in the
a ie in college and one is an account
essary that these x-egulations be en
second inning and was relieved by
ant. The “ high cost o f living” prob
forced, accoiding to City Recorder
The American Trust company o f ably bothered this couple less than
The funeral services fo r Kasper Russell. O ff Moreland the Sellwood
Portland gave a dinner at Hotel Es most families because o f their ability Wheeler, who lost his life at the Hem club got two hits fo r as many runs.
tacada Monday evening fo r a num to manage, and the cheerfulness with lock mill at Faraday, was held Thurs Russell held the visitors to fiv e hits
Visit at Douglass Home
which they’ overcame difficulties o f a day afternoon. Local business men and one run in the other seven in
Sir. and Mrs. Fred Seible and lit ber o f local business men, there be
acted as pall bearers and kind and nings o f the game.
tle daughter fi-om Portland were vis ing 17 present.
A fte r three or four years the Dob- thoughtful friends contributed a large hit fo r 13 safeties when he was re
itors at the home o f Mrs. Sieble’s
berfuhls were raised to a $50 basis number o f floral pieces, which cov lived by Dr. Besson in the ninth and
parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Doug and introduced Myrton Moore, gen
until about fifteen years ago, since ered the casket. He was buried at he was pounded fo r two hits.
lass, last Sunday and they all went eral manager o f the Trust company,
Minto and Haight, new second and
which time $100 per month has kept the I. O. O. F. cemetery with a short
to Dinty M oore'i park to spend the
third basemen, were in the lineup fox
them nicely, a car being included in service.
Mr. and Mrs. Stewart Lacey
Swiss counsel No. 407 o f Portland the first time and showed up fine.
also o f Portland, were guests at the nancial institutions, including an
Mrs. Dobberfuhl, even when the and F. J. Harkenrider o f Estacada Haight had six chances on assists and
Douglass home Friday and Saturday.
John G raff, sales manager o f the twins were born and the three older wish to express fo r the relatives o f haixdled every one o f them perfectly.
American Trust spoke on thrift, and children small, always had time fo r the deceased, their appreciation o f Minto was charged with one ei'ror,
Library to Be Closed Month
made a fine address, which was en embroidery work, did all the fam ily the service rendered during the final but more than made up fo r it when
The Estacada public libx-ary closes joyed by those present.
he faced the pitcher, getting a two
sewing and making over garments, rites.
next Tuesday, July 31, to remain
bagger and two singles in four times
The dinner was attended by seven her house was always “ homey” and
closed during the month o f August. membei-s o f the Portland firm and in perfect order.
at the plate.
Haight got a double
She always did
It is expected when it is opened the A. N. Johnson, Wm. Gilgan, H. C. her share o f entertaining the visiting Gohring« Visit in Salem
fo r five times up.
Fred Kist and fam ily, form erly o f
first of September there will be some Gohring, H. A. LaBarre, G. P. Rose, ministers and church families and
The regulars played their usual
Estacada, moved l'ecently from Cor
improvements and many new books. John Page, J. S. Osborne, L. E. Pad- somehow never had that “ bedraggled
good game, though the heaviest hit
vallis to Salem.
Last Sunday Mr.
burg, R. E. Frazier, Bob Cooke, Jack mother look” that many women have and Mrs. H. C. Gohring drove to ters as a general rule apparently had
on o f f day, or the visiting club was
Gone to Summer Home
Shultz, T. II. Ahlberg, R. G. March-
Salem to visit them and Mrs. J. 3.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Snyder spent bank, Alva Smith, Wm. Perry, Her for.
The youngest child now tod
Blauth, mother o f Mrs. Gohring, who
Estacada should have been allowed
most o f the time last week at their man Duus and G. E. Parks o f Es dles around, and the mother still re
had been visiting there, accompanied
a run in the eighth inning when A.
summer home in the Dodge country. tacada.
tains her good looks and ability to
Lovelace had second base stolen when
They have been vacationing there
manage a well ordered household,
Haight hit one over the fence fo r a
again this week, also.
Demand Exceed« Supply
Employed at Camp 8
double, but was held on third by the
Rev. Dobberfuhl has also con
II. C. Gohring o f the Estacada
Hug Jones and Neal Bronson went umpire.
However, Demmon, who
Meat company, has been unable to ducted a parochial school here fo i up to Camp 8 Monday morning to
has given satisfaction as an umpire
George Rose is riding around in a make ice fust enough during the hot over twenty years.
new run-about car lately purchased. weather, and has been bringing out still hold their pastor in great es assist in making improvements to the in every game in which he has worked
school house fo r the P. E. P. company was watching the ball as it wended its
ice from Portland.
Geo. Lawrence teem and after their interests were there.
way over the left field fence and
Goes to Leaburg
& Sons, who operate a dairy and
called it exactly as he saw it.
Cecil Schock has gone to Leaburg supply Estacada with milk, have also hard. A surprise dinner was arranged
Returns to Longview
| This run would have tied the score,
Ore., where he has employment.
been unable to supply the demand by the members a fter the Sunday
A fte r a visit o f a month here in with one out. K. Scales was up next
during the hot weather, and have service.
Estacada with his mother, (Ernest and an e ffo rt was made to put over
D IV ES 90 F E E T FROM C L IF F
been getting some milk from the city.
Rynning le ft the latter part o f last the squeeze play, and when the bat
IN “ JE W E LS OF D E SIR E ”
Mrs. Stamp Improved
week to resume work as pharmacist ter attempted to bunt, the ball was
in u drug store at Longview, Wash.
Negotiating a plunge o f 90 feet Entertain« Relative«
high and he popped it into the air
Mr. and Mrs. Julius K rieger were very lil in a Portland hospital, was
fo r a double play.
from the c liff side o f Santa Cruz
Here from White Salmon
islands into the
Priscilla host and hostess to a number o f rel
(Continued on page 4)
John Duus o f White Salmon, Wn.,
Dean, to supply her film admirers atives Tuesday evening fo r dinner.
with his wife, were week end visi
with a thrill, scoffed at the sugges Those present were Mr. and Mrs. W.
ELW O O D NEW S ITEM S
tors at the home o f Mr. Duus’ par
tion o f a double and made the E. Linn, Eddie Linn, and Mrs. Krie- Living in Open
g e r’s sisters,, Mrs. George Harding
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Keith and daugh ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Duus o f Es
The local mail carrier has been on
Naturally every precaution was and Mrs. Elmer Smith, who are here ter are camping out on their acreage tacada.
his vacation trip with his fam ily the
taken to avoid personal injury o f any from the East visiting and guests at across the river in the Cary addition,'
past two weeks and Valdemar Hill
these hot days.
sort, but the fierce baracuda which the Krieger home.
Suggest« Stores Close
o f Colton has been his substitute on
infest this portion o f the “ peaceful”
C. M. Sparks o f the S. & S. Hard the route.
Return« to Portland
ocean are not conversant with mat- Return from Coast
ware has suggested that the Estacada
A. W. Stauffer and fam ily moved
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Stephens re
Miss Marian Jones o f Portland, stores close from 1 to 4 or 5 in the to Maplelane Friday where they are
While Miss Dean was preparing to turned form their trip to the south who was here visiting her grand afternoon as long as the hot weather I employed by Mr. Clarke.
“ take o f f ” on her fligh t through ern part o f the state and the coast mother, Mrs. T. Yocum, and other continues.
T. G. Munson from White Salmon,
space, cameras were set up and all Monday evening.
They report de relatives, returned home Sunday.
Wash., spent the week end with his
Down From Rhododendron
made ready to film the scene. As she lightfully cool weather at Gleneden
dove form the c liff, she uttered a Beach, where they visited the W. Mrs. Dale Better
Mrs. R. R. Cooke came down from
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Vallen o f Scott
Mrs. Wm. Dale, who suffered in their summer home at Rhododendron Mills were visiting relatives here on
shriek fo r after all, the plunge was F. Cary family.
juries by falling a fe w days ago, is Wednesday evening and remained for Sunday.
one that would try the nerves o f a
Building Home Here
reported to be able to get around a short time.
hardier being than the star.
Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Harris are
A. M. Williams, who recently pur the house a little, but is still very
Striking the water with a thud, she
the parents o f an eight pound boy
Return« From Bucoda
came to the surface and affrightedly chased two lots in Estacada Lake lame.
i born July 18. Mrs. Harris was fo r
Mrs. Frank Harkenrider returned merly Miss Eula Park o f Elwood.
shouted that sharks were tn on the district, and who has accepted a po
Saturday from an exteiiaed visit with
speed sition as shop foreman at the Cas Attending Summer School
Miss Nellie Vallen is spending a
Miss Gertrude Dillon o f Estacada her daughter and family at Bucoda, few days in Portland.
boats started to churn up the water cade Chevrolet company garage, is
and the screen star was hastily picked building a nice home on Laurel street. is attending the summer school at Wash.
Irwin Stahlnecker is cutting hay
Oregon University, taking a general
up. No sharks were encountered, al
for Orel Vallen.
course. The total enrollment o f the Here From Olympia
Goe« to Antelope
though a few baracuda were seen.
Mrs. M. Park spent a fe w days
Mr. and Mrs. Smiley Lovelace and last week at the home o f her daugh
Thomas Yocum is at Antelope in schol thios year is over five hundred
With four camei-as on the job, Di
fam ily o f Olympia, Wash., spent a ter in Colton.
rector Paul Powell
Miss the eastern part o f the state looking [students,
short time in Estacada Wednesday
Dean that no retakes o f the dive a fte r the crops on his farm near
there. F. M. Forman is also in that t Leave fo California
visiting with relatives and friends.
To Observe Labor Day
would be necessary.
George Pointer, August Klett and
As is customary every year, the
The scene is only one o f the many section o f the state where he owns
i Gilbert Lewellen left yesterday for Here From Portland
Estacada band and the library asso
thrills in “ Jewels o f Desire,” a new a large ranch.
| California points, and the two latter
Miss Rosemary Dart o f Portland ciation are making arrangements for
Metropolitan picture, starring Miss
expect to visit Mexico before return- is here this week visiting at the home the annual Labor Day celebration.
Dean, which comes to the Liberty Gue«t« of W ooiter«
Dr. and Mrs. J. L. Hewitt o f Port-.| itxg. Mr. Pointer expects to locate o f Mrs. Minnie Hanson.
Theatre next Wednesday and Thurs
Klett and Lewellen
Visitors in Portland
John Bowers, W alter
Long, land, accompanied by their daughter,xHn San Diego.
Mr. and Mi's. Wm. Perry o f the
Luke Cosgrave, Syd Crossley, Ray Miss Ruth Hewitt and a friend, were expect to return to Estacada in about School Building Repaired
The north slopes o f the grade Liberty Theatre were business visitors
mond Wells, Marie Percivale and Er : guests at the S. E. Wooster home two months. They are making the
trip by auto.
school building have been reshingled. in Portland Tuesday,
nie Adams are in the cast.
TRUST COMPANY CIVES
DINNER FOR ROSINESS MEN
FUNERAL HELO FOR
KASPER W HEELER
The city council has had the county
road crew pave a section o f Broadway
from Second street to the P. E. P.
company tracks, and also repair the
rough places at the intersection o f
Broadway and Second, as well as oth
er repairs where the pavement was
broken or damaged. The work wus
completed Tuesday, a badly needed
Guest« o f W om en
Am ong the visitors at the E. S.
Wonxer home Sunday were Mr. anil
Mrs. Paul Womer and children, Mr.
and Mrs. Floyd Sperlin and fam ily
o f Corvallis, Mr. and Mrs. D. Esh-
leman and children and Mrs. Edna
W ilcox and daughters o f Estacada.
Down From Three Links
Mrs. Abbie Armstrong came down
from Camp 8 Saturday afternoon
and that evening in company with
Mrs. Fred Leihammer di'ove to Sandy
to attend the O. E. S. meeting.
Entertain With CardB
Mrs. Wallace Smith and Mrs. J. J.
Penner entertained jointly at the
home o f the form er with a five hun
dred party Saturday night.
1.0.0. F. INSTALL NEW
OFFICERS FOR YEAR
A t the regular meeting o f the I.
O. O. F. lodge Saturday evening, A.
H. Perry, district deputy grand mas
ter, assisted by Hugh Jones, district
deputy grand marshal, installed the
follow ing new officers:
F. O. Crawford, noble grand; O.
M. Stormer, vice grand; J. K. Ely,
secretary; Harvey Gilgan, treasurer;
Paul Holm, warden; Ernest Marshall,
conductor; C. C. Longwell,
Lester Crawford, outside
guard; Orin Ballou, R. S. N. G.;
W alter Looney, L. S. N. G.; Lloyd
Ewalt, R. S. V. G.; C. Zircle, L. S.
V. G .; A lva Beebe, R. S. S.; Lee
McKenzie, L. S. .S .; and W illiam
Here from South Dakota
Matt J. Anderson o f Merdo, S.
Dak., is in this vicinity visiting his
brother, A. C. Anderson, and family.
Here from Antelope
Mrs. Roy W ilcox
joined Mr. W ilcox here last week
and were guests at the F. M. Forman
Spend W eek End Here
Misses Mary Alice and Florence
June Reed came up from Portland
and spent the week end at their
E AG LE
C RE E K
ITE M S
Eagle Creek Grange held its reg
ular session at the hall Saturday but
due to the busy season only a dozen
patrons were present. Sam Wilson
was obligated in the third und fourth
degrees. It was decided to hold the
meetings in the evening during the
busy season, so the next meeting will
be held Friday evening, August 17.
King George Chapman o f Seattle
and Mrs. S. J. Eddy and daughter
Muriel were dinner guests o f their
sister, Mrs. Linnie Gibson, Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Dougluss am)
children Reva and Quentin were the
guests o f the latter’s brother und
wife, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Mohnke
o f Shuebel, Saturday.
Vera Moehnke accompanied them
home, to be the guest o f Reva Doug
lass fo r a few days.
Mr. and Mrs. Doc Hannah and Mr.
and Mrs. William Sharp were enter
tained at dinner Sunday by Mr. and
Mrs. W. F. Douglass.
Mrs. Linnie Gibson and Cleo Mc-
Murray called at the home o f Mrs.
Roy Douglass Friduy afternoon.
The farmers o f this section arp
busy these fine days in the hay
Mr. and Mrs. Fred lloffm eister
and children and Ray Woodle and
fam ily motored up the highway Sun
day and spent the afternoon.
Mrs. Linnie Gibson and Cleo Mc-
Murray were dinner guests o f Mrs.
T. C. McKay Sunday.
Mrs. Roy Douglass ,accompanied
by Mrs. Louise Douglass and Mrs.
Linnie Gibson attended the Ladies
Aid meeting Wednesday at Eagle
The meeting was held at
the home o f Mrs. Matt. Glover.