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ESTACADA TAKES LAST
GAME FROM SHERWOOD
ESTACADA, OREGON, FRIDAY, AUGUST 24, 1928
I L IN NS A R R I V E
A F T E R 25 49 M I L E J O U R N E Y
COUNTY F I DIVES
PROMISE DF SUCCESS
F A I R B A N K S F ILM A T T H E
LIB ER TY TH E A TR E
SCHEDULE ADOPTED ,
FDR PLATING DFF FIE
BARTON STORE M AKING
MANY IM PROVEM ENTS
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Linn write
Manager Bill Perry of the Liberty
W. G. Burghardt, formerly o f Sun-
that they arrived at Peoria, 111., on
Theatre has arranged a real treat f o r ,
nyside, Idaho, who recently* bought
the evening of August 15, having
his patrons on Sunday and Monday
the Peterson store at Barton, has
travelled a distance of 2549 miles,
when the Douglas Faibanks feature1
moved the building 80 feet west, and
L E G I O N N A I R E S C O M P L E T E T H E making the trip in nine days.
is remodeling it throughout. He has
B E S T R A C E S A N D L A R G E S T NO. picture will be shown, “ The Black
BORO TO P L A Y 4 GAMES
Mr. Linn says that it took his fath
Pirate." This film is dased as one
installed two visible gas pumps, air
S E A S O N ’S SCH ED U LE BY
OF EXH IB ITS E V E R KNOW N
er just six months to make the same
o f Fairbank’s masterpieces, and to
FOR CH AM PIO NSH IP
compressor and water system for the
13 T O 0 V I C T O R Y
trip, 65 years ago. They found good
add to the attractiveness o f the pro
roads everywhere except for a few
duction it is photographed by the
Mr. Burghardt is the son of E. H.
places in Idaho. They report won
Each of the three teams tied for Burghardt, who owned this samq
Extacada Legionnaires defeated
derful crops in Nebraska, Iowa and
"The Black Pirate” is one of the the second half championship o f the store 18 years ago.
Sherwood here Sunday ufternoon by
will surpass all previous events from many big features arranged by the
Portland Valley Baseball league, will
a score o f 13 to 0 in a poor exhi
a standpoint of exhibits is the belief theatre for the entertainment of its
play four games for the honor of Mrs. Smith Returns
bition o f baseball. The home team
o f committees in charge of the work patrons during the full and winter.
Assisting in News O f f i c e
playing o ff with Oswego, winner of
Mrs. Art. Smith arrived home from
connected with Cole for a totul of 19
E. H. DeClark of Portland is as at the grounds at Canby. Long be
the first half, for the championship a Portland hospital Thursday and Art
hits and Russell held the visitors to
sisting in the mechanical department
See “ U n c le T o m ’* C a b in ”
no longer is a bachelor. She was ac
six scattered singles.
Ed Linn and Clyde Bowman went
of the Eastern Clackamas News this space for exhibits will be occupied
At a meeting o f league officials companied by their little daughter,
Features o f the game were the
week. He will probably move to this
to Portland Saturday evening to see held in Portland Monduy night the who arrived August 9. Mr. Smith
home runs by Russell and Fischer.
rectors will find it difficult to accom the preview o f “ Uncle Tom’s Cabin”
city in the near future.
following schedule was adopted to was seen taking the large and small
Two base hits were common through
modate all exhibitors, even with the at the Oriental Theatre.
settle the three-way tie:
drums and other paraphernalia which
out the game, which was called In
additional space provided this year.
Visits et Molalla
August 26, at Oswego— Oswego vs. ! he uses in the band, to his home, no
the seventh inning.
Visits Friends in P or tland
Miss Lola Moore visited her brother
Hillsboro, first game; Oswego vs. Es doubt to entertain the new baby.
M into to R e tu r n
been spoken for and there are a num.
Mrs. Clyde Ecker visited Mr. Ecker tacada, second game.
at Molalla Sunday.
This victory counts eleven out of
ber of communities formerly inter nad friends in Portland Saturday.
Sunday, September 2, at Hillsboro' Mail Man to T ak e V ac at ion
the last twelve games played this Visits L on gview, Kelso
ested in the Canby fair who have not
— First game, Hillsboro vs. Estacada;
Next Saturday afternoon O. E. Sy-
year, a record that has not been
Mr. and Mrs. N. H. Elwood o f yet made arrangements for their ex Entertains P or tland Friends
second game, Hillsboro vs. Oswego.
ron, mail carrier on route 1, accom
equaled by any team in the Portland Portland, accompanied by Mrs. For hibits.
Mrs. Clyde Ecker (Virginia South
Sunduy, September 9, at Estacada
panied by his wife and son Paul and
Valley League this season.
With the new buildings and im ern) who is spending the summer
est Edmonson o f Estacada, visited
— Estacada vs. Oswego, first (fame; Billy Leeman, will leave for a ten
Estacada was shy the star second Longview and Kelso Saturday and provements just completed on the here, entertained a party o f Portland
Estacada vs. Hillsboro, second game.
days’ vacation trip. They will drive
baseman, Johnny Minto, last Sunday, Sunduy.
grounds, the association is better pre- friends Monday evening with a picnic
The winner of this series, in case!
to Wamic, Ore., first, to visit Mr.
and this position was played by
paied to handle the crowds and ex luncheon and dance.
Estucada or Hillsboro should win, j
Syron’s mother, then on the Crater
Haight, who had been playing the Flys From Seattle
hibits than ever before and there is
will play a series with Oswego for the
Crescent City, Calif., and back
third sack. Minto will be back in
Visiting at Mar mot
Miss Mary Oakley, sister o f Mrs.
home via coast points.
the game for the playoff witih Hills Mae Reed, made a "flyin g” visit to not be ° f greater interest to the peo
Mrs. Elizabeth Allen is visiting with
The gumes will start each Sunday j
boro and Oswego for the champion Estacada over the week end. Her ple o f Clackamas county than ever friends at Marmot this week.
at 1:15 instead o f 2:30, the hour set j Guests o f Mrs. S chock
home is in Seattle and she came to
for the starting o f league games.
F ischer Le ad s Club
Mrs. Guy Graham and children ar
The agricultural exhibits without G o to Hot Springs
Portland in an airplane, making the
An effort was made to get the
Bill Fischer, Legionnaire receiver, trip in one hour and twenty minutes the least doubt, will be good, repre
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Moore are va Vaughan street grounds in Portland rived front Seattle the first o f the
leads the local club and probably the She was delighted with her experi senting various communities, grange: cationing at Cary hot springs this
week and are guests at the home o f
for the playoff, but the field was
her grandmother, Mrs. Margaret
league in batting. Weinel ranks sec ence.
farm bureau and civic organizations week.
not availuble, the city league of P ort-1
ond in the local club while Ray Love
in the county.
land having engaged the park during I
lace holds third place. Ray leads in
The boys and girls club work, ac
the absence o f the Beavers.
Park P at ro n ized
the number o f hits during the season.
cording to County Club Leader R. C.
The remaining games to be played j
Estacada’s free auto park is pretty
I Kuehner, will exceed former years by
(Continued on page 3)
by the teams o f the Portland Valley!
well patronized this season. At the
j great odds. This is made possible
league will be umpired by Gus Hanke I
present time there are two or three
by the construction o f a new stock
and Jackson, classed as the best j
Delivers N ew M odel T r u c k
different parties and families camped
barn for the club work during the
umps in the leugue this year. They j
The Cascude Chevrolet company of
After being closed through the will both be used in each game.
Estacada during the past week have \ Mrs. Carolina S. Dorman, age 96,
delivered a roadster to Mrs. Pratt of passed away August 20, at the home
Odd Fellows to Entertain
I been provided and the amusements the librarian a vacation, the Estacada
the Gem restaurant and one of the o f her son, Chris. Bittner o f Elwood.
Bsr r* Get H uck leberr ies
will be plenty. Camping privileges Library will again be open to the pub
The local order o f I. O. O. F. are
new model four-speed transmission,
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Barr combined
are available this year, as in previous lic Saturday, September 1. The o f
to be hosts to their families, the Ke-
four-wheel bake Chevrolet trucks tq 1832. She was married at an early
work with pleasure last week, and
years, and it is said that muny people ficers o f the association hope to have
bekahs und a few invited friends this
House Bros, o f Eagle Creek. This age to Fritz Bittner and two sons
with their children went up to the
in remote parts of the county will a number of new hooks on the shelves
Saturday evening after the regular
is one o f the dual-duty six-wheel
huckleberry patches in the inoun-1
j camp here during the week and en to begin the new year although funds
models, with double the capacity of Mr. Bittner passed away in 1881 and
joy the whole session.
the ordinary four-wheel Chevrolet in 1888 she was married to Fred
gallons o f the berries.
This year the fair board has joined
R etu rns to San D ieg o
It is hoped that the list o f mem
the North Pacific Fair association, bers will be increased greatly at the
After spending the summer here
She is survived by her two sons,
V a c a t io n in C anada
which places Clackamas County Fair beginning of the year. All realize!
at the home o f her mother, Mrs. L. C.
Chris and George Bitner o f Elwood,
Picn ic Called O f f
on the racing circuit, and the races the benefits of a library in a town | Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Moore took a Thornton left with her husband for
The Eastern Star picnic at Grant’s a number o f grand children and a
I this year will feature some of the and ull public spirited people admit! vacation trip up into Canada for a San Diego, Cal., Saturday, where
park to have been held August 25 host o f friends. She was a consistent
belt horses in the Northwest as well the need.. Nothing can bar any man few days last week. Miss Lola Moore, Mr. Thornton will be stationed for
Christian and was loved and honored
and 26, has been called off.
ns some eastern horses of a wide and or woman from obtaining an educa their daughter, looked after the Es- 1 two years. He is a recruiting officer
by all who knew her.
tacada hotel in their absence.
for the army.
tion if they desire. Poverty is no
Funeral services were held in the
Guests F rom Milton
Here F ro m Idaho
L. Kendall, superintendent o f th< 1 closed door. Lincoln was poor.
Robert E. Frazier o f the Cascade Elwood church August 23, Rev. Hen
Miss Velna Whitman o f Lewiston R etu rn f r o m Fall* City
ruce program, was in Spokane last
The printed word is the way to
Chevrolet company had as guests derson in charge, with interment in
week and made arrangements for learning and the invitation to wis Idaho, is here visiting at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Buell and fam
over the week end, his cousins, M. D. the Elwood cemetery under the di
the entry o f nearly twenty fast ani dom. The printed word is available her aunt, Mrs. John Osborne.
ily returned Monday from a visit o f
and L. C. Frazier, of Milton, Ore.
mals for the events in Canby Sep through books borrowed at the public
some weeks at the home o f Mr.
They just finished harvesting their o f Estacada.
tember 18, 19, 20 and 21.
Buell’s parents at Falls City.
library. Read— read good books.
wheat, one o f them having grown
Improvements at the grounds have Seek your library, consult your li
12,000 sacks this year and the other
practically been completed and the brarian, and reud!
Visit at Hood River
U. S. Morgan, proprietor o f the
new buildings are ready to be occu
Mrs. A. S. Hassell and two sons,
Estacada Feed Store, "shipped from
pied. The new grandstand will uc
Hugh and Earl, visited Mrs. Hassell’s
Visit in O r e g o n C ity *
commodate a larger crowd than hu:
daughters at Hood River last week.
For all kindness and sympathy
Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Wooster were lambs which brought him on the
There is to be plenty o f amusement The boys remained there for a more
ever attended a fair in this county shown us in our recent bereave ment
business visitors in Oregon City Portland market $11.25 per hundred,
and there is every reason to believe and for the many beautiful floral o f in Estacada on Labor Day for old and extended visit, while Mrs. Hassell re
the top price for the day.
that the fair this year will be an ferings, we wish to express our sin young, fut and lean, short and tall, turned Sunday.
epochal event— the best ever pre cere gratitude.— Mrs. Rose Wilcox, and whether you are in any o f these
Jen ning s Returns F ro m Alaska
A tt e n d S how in P ort lan d
classes or not, you are invited to Chain Store Man Here
sented on the grounds at Canby.
Robert Wilcox and Relatives.
Dan Jennings, who has been in
Mrs. Raymond Lovelace and Mrs.
come to Estacada and meet old time
The Estacada band has been em
W. S. Esterman o f Seattle repre
G. E. Parks were in Portland Monday Alaska all summer, arrived home the
friends, throw old care away and en senting a chain grocery store organ
ployed to provide music for the fair Visit P ar en t« in P ort lan d
evening where they attended a show. latter part o f last week. His mother
during the entire four days.
Mr. and Mrs. Rex Ludlow went to joy the day. There will be games o f ization, was in Estacada the last of
wag all ready to start to Idaho to
Portland Saturday to visit Mrs. Lud various kinds, stunts, hand music,— the week making a survey o f this
visit a brother, but deferred her trip A r m I n ju r e d
R etu r n F rom Ha rv es t Fields
field. He visited Springwater and
’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. I. K. plenty o f it— and minor sports.
Jess Denny and several other
G. E. Lawrence is suffering this Granum. Mr. and Mrs. Granum ac
William Perry, manuger o f the Lib Garfield districts also. He gave no
young men o f this locality, returned getting home. She left with her lit
week with a sore arm, which was in companied by their daughter, Miss erty Theatre, will have exception idea as to his report or recommen
Wednesday evening from the harvest tle daughter Monday morning.
jured Saturday night when he took a Gladys, left Monday for Wisconsin ally good attractions all day. The pa dations.
fields in Eastern Oregon.
rade in the forenoon promises to bq
to be absent for two years.
Visit at Douglass H om e
a feature o f the celebration.
BUILDING C A R D E N T R A C T O R
Mr. and Mrs. Stewart Lacy and
Henry Bertrand o f Kansas City
O p e n in g B eau ty P a r lor
There will be side shows containing
A T C A S C A D E M O T O R CO.
won a divorce on evidence that his Mr. Lacy's mother and brother and
Mrs. Dart is preparing to open a
The Ralph Wade residence close to snake charmers, fortune tellers, beau
wife “ spooned” with other men while wife, were Estacada visitors Friday,
beauty purlor on Broadway in the his service station on Upper Main ty purlors where you can get “ dolled
L. L. Broder o f Portland is here tQ
at the home of Mrs. Lacy’s parents,
LaBarre building which was used as street, is beginning to show signs of up” and various other amusements, build a walking tractor at the Cas
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Douglass.
a barber shop. The rooms are being completion.
all presided over by charming young cade Motor company garage. This
redecorated and made ready for use
machine will be convenient for truck
Miss H o w e Visits
at an early date.
The two organizations, library and gardeners, as it can be used to culti
Miss Leila Howe was an Estacada
Harry Sarver returned this week hand, will have charge o f a cooked i vate celery, onions, etc., in 10-inch
visitor at her home here the latter
L eih am m ert R eturn
fom Eastern Oregon, where he had food booth and will serve sandwiches, rows. This tractor can be sold for
cakes, coffe ami ice cream, or sell far less, it is claimed, than any sim
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Leihammer re been working for some time.
you a pie, cuke, or salads to take ilar machine now on the market, as it
' turned Sunday evening from a two
There was a full house Tuesday !
Grabeetg R etu rn H om e
J weeks’ vacation trip to different sec- Driv e to W ilh o if Springs
has only half as many working parts,
night at the Liberty Theatre when j
Mrs. W. H. Grabeel and daughters
Keep in mind that every cent taken according to Mr. Broder.
tions o f the state, and report a fine
the local Rebekah order gave a spe- j
arrived home fromtheir vacationing
Mrs. K. H. Currin and daughter,
in goes for the support o f the library
. time but glad to be home again.
cial program, the picture being j
trip at Cannon Beach Thursday ant'
Mrs. Allen o f Bull Run, drove to Wil-
and band, and while you are having Visit* W ith M other
“ Finders Keepers,” from the story j
report a fine time.
hoit Springs Tuesday for a few days’
R etu rns to P ort lan d
a good time you are contributing to
Perry Hirte, lumber inspector, was
written by Mary Roberts Rhinehart,
stay. They were accompanied home
the support o f these two most worthy called to Faraday the latter part of
After a visit here most o f the sum-*
with Laura La Plante as the star and L eav e F o r A n t e lo p e
by Mr. and Mrs. Granville Linn, who
institutions in the community.
the week on business and while here
ably supported by John Harron and j Mr. and Mrs. Roy Wilcox, Mrs. mer at the home o f his grandparents.
had been vacationing there for some
Anyone is welcome to come and took occasion to visit his mother,
other stars. It was a real comedy Rose Wilcox and son Robert left for Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Lawrence, Georgie
Lawrence left for his home in Port
assist in the program, also to contrib Mrs. W. E. Hall of the Home restaur
and kept the audience in uproarous j their home at Anteope Friday.
ute to the flower show with your ant.
laughter from start to finish.
Guests o f Kitehings
choice flowers. There will be'many
Ladies from the lodge had charge G oes to R ainier Park
Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Harrington of prizes given.
A rri v es f r o m C an ad a
Remember that the
Herbert Gordon of Los Angeles
o f the program, Mrs. Mary Smith j
A . E. Sparks,
August Goldstrom, father o f Mrs. Portland were guests last Sunday at show will be held in the I. O. O. F. was arrested for spying from a castle
and Mrs. Irvin Smith selling tickets. |
Portland friends, left Monday for a I William Gilgan, arrived Saturday the home of Mrs. Harrington’s sister, building.
tower on nude women taking sun
Mrs. Wm. Gilgan receiving them and
vacation Grip to to Rainier National night from Canada to visit for a Mr*. George Kitching. Their mother,
The day’s festivities will close with baths in the grounds o f a sanitar
Mrs. Elva Ahlberg furnishing the ex
Mrs. Rose Lovell, was also a guest at a big street dance in the evening. ium.
cellent music as pianist.
that time. Mr. Harrington is just The entire program will be published
The ladies had on sale home made
A. khaki Campbell ruck, owned able to be around by the use of next week.
Dr. C. E. Goddard o f Harrow, Eng.,
randies o f all kinds, from which they P o s t o f f i c e Build ing R ep ai re d
in his annual report as health officer
The post office building is being by H. S. Maxwell o f Suffolk, V a .,! crutches having been in an automo
realized the net sum o f $13, the Re
Subscribe for the News, only $1.50 warned men and women not to smoke
becca’s share o f the ticket sale being repaired this week by the applicatoni has achieved a record o f 357 eggs in bile accident near Portland a few
more than 111 cigarette* a day.
o f a coat o f tar on the roof.
$25, making a total o f $37 net.
MRS. DORMAN. 96. DIES
AT ROME IN ELWOOD
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