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TO PRESENT PROGRAM
P R O G R A M -P L A N N E D
N U M BE R 30
E S T A C A D A -S A N D Y , O R E G O N , F R ID A Y , A P R IL 26, 1929
Estacada high school orchestras,
under the direction of F. E. Bushnell,
will be heard in concert ut the high
school auditorium, Tuesday evening
April 30, beginning at 8 p. in. Uhere
will be no admission charge and the
orchestras expect a large audience.
Mr. Bushnell has been the director
o f the high school orchestras for the
past two years and those who have
been so fortunate to hear the bands
know what a treat is in store for the
people Tuesday evening.
The program wilt consist of, first,
the beginners’ orchestra, followed by
the brass quartet— Bullard, Eshle-
man, Gilgan and Gilgan.
The second part o f the program
will be numbers by the high school
orchestra, and Miss Cecilia Lingel-
bach will be presented in two piano
A feature will be the reed quartet
— two clarinets and two saxophones
— Davis, Bullard, Buell and Eshle-
The program will be concluded by
the 25-piece Estacada high school
F o rm e r Pastoi Visit*
The Rev. Dobberfuhl and family,
church, were Sunday dinner guests
at the home of Rev. and Mrs. F. T.
Schoen in Sandy.
HOME R E STA U R A N T LEASED
T O E. A . P A L M E R , P O R T L A N D
A fter a continuous
over four years, Mr. and Mrs. W . E.
Hall, proprietors o f the Home Res
taurant o f Estacada, have leased the
place te E. X Palmer of Portland.
Neither Mr. and Mrs. Hall have been
enjoying the best of health for a few
months and have decided a rest would
do them good.
They are moving
into the adjoining
they own and they expect to remain
in Estacada. The new manager took
erine W itter will remain as assistant.
Entertain E m b ro id e r y Club
Mrt. Sylvester Hall and Miss A r-
leigh Kammcrer were hostesses to
the Sandy Embroidery club at the
home o f Mrs. Hall Monday night.
Those present were Mrs. Clarence
Brown, Mrs. Dittert,
Mrs. Ned Mitchell, Hattie and Helen
Dahrens, Mabel Beers,
Gist, Mrs. Perret, Mrs. J. A. Hall,
Mary and Barbara Sharnke, Mrs.
Blanche Lundy, Mrs. G. D. Orr, Mrs.
Harper and the hostesses, Mrs. Hall
and Miss Kammerer.
Hurt in Fall at B ank
Mrs. G. E. Lawrence had a bad
fall near the Estacada State Bank
Saturday ami bruised her face quite
She is recovering although
the black eye has not entirely disap
D ELEGATES TO W O O D C R A FT
DISTR IC T M EETING NAMED
The Neighbors o f W’oodcraft circle
at a recent meeting, elected their
delegates for the district meeting to
be held at Tillamook June 18 and 19.
Those named were
Moss, Mrs. Carrie Marshall and Mrs.
Mrs. Blanche Norris, Mrs. Frank Mar
shall and Mrs. Elsie McKinzey.
Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Syron o f Esta
wedding anniversary Saturday when
a company o f relatives and friends
were entertained by them.
were 26 guests at dinner Saturday
evening at dinner and they were a f
terward entertained with cards.
The guests included Mrs. Syron’s
mother, Mrs. Carrie Hyslop, her sis-
ter, Mrs. W . J. Symms, Mr. Symms
and son George, Mrs. I. Greenleaf,
also a sister
Mrs. Syron, her
daughter Margaret and Lee Thomas,
and others, all o f Portland; Mr. and
Mrs. Ben_ Dodson o f Estacada. Some
o f the guests remained over night.
The Liberty Theatre has entered
into a contract with the Shaw Amuse
ment Service o f Portland for a vaud
eville feature to be shown at Esta
cada every Wednesday night, in ad
dition to the regular
gram. The first o f these shows was
in Estacada Wednesday night and
j met with hearty approval.
Next week the headline attraction
, is a Chinese girls’ band and other
Shaw furnishes entertain
ment o f this nature for a number of
shows in Portland and nearby cities
and is bringing to Estacada talent
that has made good in other theaters.
' He says that he is going to continue
with Estacada on his schedule for a
few weeks, and if the patronage war
rants it, the arrangement will be
made permanent for a
show here every Wednesday.
De an Schmits in Hospital
Dean, two year old son o f Mr. and
Mrs. Lex Schmitz, had an operation
on the eye Sunday, at the eye, ear
and throat hospital. He is reported
to be in a very serious condition.
Specialists diagnosed the trouble as
the result o f measles, from which
little Dean had not recovered when
Measles Cases Must Be Rep ort ed
Attention is called to the fact that
all cases o f measles must be report
ed to the health officer at once. Dr.
W . W . Gilbert is the officer to whom
reports shall be made in Estacada.
FIRST JUNIOR LEAGUE
'■ GAME SCHEOULEO
The first game in the junior base-
•ue sponsored by the Ameri-
on will be played on the Es-
:hool grounds Friday (today)
at 3 :3 0 when L. A . Franks brings
his Currinsville team up to oppose
Bob Haytlen’s nine, made up o f stu
dents o f the Estacada schools. The
game will sturt at 3 :3 0 or shortlj
G. D. Orr, principal of the Sandy
high school, who is chairman of the
committee sponsoring junior baseball
in the Sandy district, was in Estacadr
Saturday afternoon and reported thal
three teams had already been organ
ized and that games w ere-being ar
SCHOOL OPERETTA A
COURT LETS CONTRACT
FOR BRIDGE AT SANOY
tained at dinner by the advanced
cooking class o f Sandy high school,
which were included
cooked and served a different menu
at separate tables, all favors, place
curds, and color schemes being the
work of each group, and all different.
Rigdon Bros, of Woodburn will be
awarded the contract for building
boys in Sandy high are taking cook
the Revenue bridge near Sandy, the
ing, and like it.
bids for the structure having been
opened by the county court, Monday.
A u t o Sales G r o w
There were six proposals, the lowest
Bob Smith reports the following
being $86 6 5.5 0 .
recent sales: Ed Gesch, tudor; Henry
The span is to be 145
length and the approach approxi
Adams, roadster; Jess Spradlin, for-
mately 100 feet.
dor; Alder Creek Lumber company,
The rebuilding o f the Rock Creek
bridge three miles east of Clacka
mas is included in the bridge build
Sandy E m b ro id e r y Club Meet*
ing program o f the county. Bids on
Mrs. Web. McGinnis was hostess
this project are being called and the
contract is to be awarded on May 13. to the Sandy Embroidery club last
Those present were Mrs. H.
The work will consist of constructing week.
a 150-foot standard frame trestle Perret, Mrs. C. W . Bruce, Mrs. Hat
tie Dahrens, Mrs. G. D. Orr, Mrs. L.
and a laminated deck.
The county court is to also adver B. Greene, Miss Arleigh Kammerer,
tise for bids for building o f approach Mrs. H. A . Schneider, Mrs. F. L.
es to the Burton bridge across the Proctor, Mrs. Albert Bell, Mrs. Dit
Clackamas near Barton.
W ork on tert, Mrs. Helen Dahrens, Misses
this span will include two acres of Mary and Barbara Sharnke and Mrs.
clearing, 7500 lineal feet o f cedar Clarence Brown.
I Chester A . Lyons, superintendent
; of the school for parents o f Portland
J and proprietor o f the Big Brother
| farm at Lebanon, Ore., will give an
B E I N G C A L L E D ON
C R E D IT GIVEN
W I L D E R address at the meeting of the Com- B ID S A R E
B R I D G E N E A R B A R T O N ON
FOR ST A G IN G E X C E L L E N T
I munity club, to be held at the Ma-
! sonic hall in Estacada this Friday eve-
C L A C K A M A S RIVER
EN TERTAINM ENT
“ Huida o f Holland,” the operetta
presented by the glee clubs o f Esta
cada high school Friday night, was
well received by a capacity house. It
is u three-act musical comedy and is
considered one o f the best ever pre
sented in Estacada.
Each part was well characterized
and showed the result o f
training and practice. The solos,
duets, quartets and choruses received
ovations, expressions of the large au
dience of their appreciation.
Girls o f the Glee clubs in Dutch
costumes acted as ushers, and Mrs.
Lavena Grabeel played the overture
and was also the pianist in the oper
Especial praise is given
Buell, Erma Wilcox, Robert March-
bank, Claude Lankin, Fred Buell and
Bob Hayden, who had tbe leading
Pauline, as Huida, looked as
sweet as the tulips in her father’s
garden and Robert Marchbank proved
himself an ardent lover and could
not be blamed for his infatuation.
Erma W ilcox,
friend, was mixed up in a rather
“ feisty” romance in the beginning of
the story, with Bob
friend of Robert, but
cumbed to the advances o f the hand
some wooer and all ended happily.
The character o f Peter Cats, Hul
da’s father, taken by Claude Lan
ins, was the most difficult n e t
Claude handled his part exceedir
well and his make-up was good.
Fred Buell as Jacob Haagenbe
Peter’s neighbor and bosom frienu,
had a part which he seemed to be
familiar with and ho received many
compliments for the wuy he handled
his role and especially good was his
song with Peter Cats.
Mr. Lyon’s subject will be on pre-
) venting juvenile delinquency before
! there is any tendency for delinquency
1 or along these lines.
committee has also arranged for a
I short musical program.
| is invited.
MRS. M I L L E R
SANDY W O M E N ’S CLUB
Sandy W om en’s club social evening
for April was held at the home of
Mrs. J. M. C. Miller Thursday eve
ning, 25 being present. Cards were
i enjsyed, the prize
j Hazel Murray and
J first, and Miss Shell and Clarence
j Brown, seconds. A fter the cards re-
: freshments were served. The guests
I lingered until 1 2 :3 0 , singing, with
[ Miss Shell at the piano.
Ken Scales Ha* F r a c t u r e d L eg
Kenneth Scales is at the Oregon
U infirmary with his leg fractured
just above the ankle. Ken had the piling and 1000 lineal feet of super
COTTRELL T EACH ERS CHOSEN
The county will furnish
accident as he slid for
the materials, including the hardware
Miss Vivian B. W hite o f Hubbard
Ken was a member o f the Estacada and paint. Bids are to be opened on and Miss Augusta Ruther o f Sandy
Legion ball team last year and is May 13.
have been elected to teach the Cot
member o f the University
trell school next year, the latter to
BAND TO GO TO C A N B Y
team and was making good until the
The Estacada band will go to Can-
time of his accident.
by Saturday morning to attend the W hite formerly taught there.
s. G. SPITLER, SANOY
county convention o f Odd Fellows.
Quite a number from Estacada are
planning to accompany the band.
GR E SH A M REB E KA H S V ISIT
PAGH SAWMILL MOVES TO
NEW BODY OF TIMBER
THE E S T A C A D A LODGE
Samuel G. Spitler, Sandy chief of
A fter being in the Veterans hospital
in Portland a week, he came out on
♦he bus and suffered a heart attack
before he could walk from the street
into his home, and was dead before
an ambulance could arrive.
Mr. Spitler was to have had a mi
nor operation at the hospital Tuesday
o f this week.
Howard Fifer as the unfortunate
betrothed o f Huida since infancy,
was the “ goat” but survived the buffs
and consoled himself with the flower
whose perfume he inhaled quite fre
The deceased was born in
and at the age o f 21 volunteered in
members o f the cast the Spanish-American war, and was
— the villagers, milkmaids, etc., were a member o f the band until honor
stunning in their costumes and the ably discharged.
He was married to Jennie E. Bau
songs o f the chorus proved an inter
man in 1901, came to Portland 22
esting part of the program.
Miss Beatrice Wilder, who directed , years ago and to Sandy in 1925.
The widow survives.
is given credit for the success o f the
play. The stage settings were good held at the Gresham undertaking par-
and withstood the ravages o f “ Mud- | lors and interment was at Mt. Scott.
Ralph DeShazer up in Dover dis
trict, has organized a team and the
boys played their first practice game
last week, despite the rain. Ralph re
ports the boys and their friends muck
enthused. Ex-service men formed a
der” Cat’s wooden
shoes with re
team to play the juniors, and Ralph
B U YS BUILD ING SITE
The proceeds of
is sending out an S. O. S. for mor<
Caspar Junker sold a lot 50x 100
he entertainment amounted to $93.
and better form er soldiers to mak(
last week to R. S. Smith, Sandy
it an even match for the juniors.
mayor and garage man, who plans
Mrs. L u n d y E n j o y s C ar
Jude Moreland has his team ready
to build on the lot, which adjoins his
to go in the Garfield district, and S.
Mrs. Blanche Lundy and family
E. Lawrence has an aggregation of
are getting much joy out o f the new
boys from Springwater and Dodge
Chrysler she recently won in the
that will be in the play.
Measles in Sandy
Clackamas County News’ circulation
Oregon City Legionnaires are in
More new cases o f measles have
■ontest and everyone in the vicinity
terested and a number of teams wil
of Sandy seems happy she was the developed in Sandy. Among the lat
be entered from there, the winners
est victims are David Steinman and
of Estacada, Sandy and Oregon City
I Donald Smith.
districts to later stage a playoff for
E S T A C A D A P. T. A. T O M E E T
the honor of representing Clackamas
county in the state tournament.
There will be a meeting o f the Es-
No admission charge will be mad<
acada P. T. A . Tuesday, April 30
Miss W ilm a Kitching,
at the game Friday afternoon, ano 3 p. m., at the grade school building.
been in Portland for some time, re
it is expected that there will be i Plans for the Blue Ribbon Health
turned home last week to take Miss
large turn out to see the boys in theii parade at Oregon City, to be held on
- Edith Harkenrider’s place in the tel-
scrap for the baseball honors.
May 11, will be completed at thiB
- ephone office while she was away
1 on a visit. Miss Kitching expects to
C A M P FIRE G IRL S M EET
I take a position in the telephone office
The Lewa group o f Camp Fire
i at Seaside the first o f May.
girls o f Estacada held a ceremonia
Mrs. W . II. Grabeel was ill most o f
meeting Tuesday night at the home
last week and confined to her bed for
o f Katherine Marden. A fter the bus
Several members o f Sandy grade j a few days, but has about recovered.
iness meeting some o f the teachers
school harmonica band played at the
and other guests arrived and all en
Myron Woodworth, youngest son
Kiwanis program at Gresham Mon
the refreshments served by
j o f Mr. and Mrs. W . R. Wood-
day night, with Mrs. Ralph Brown
worth, was ill last week with what
directing, at the piano. The boys re
appeared to be an attack o f appendi-
MISS L I N D E L L M A R R I E D
able to return to
T O MR. D R A P E R IN C H I N A Krebs, Bob Graham, Donald Dahrens ¡school Monday.
Edward and Elliott Sweetland.
A . G. Ames and C. A . Dykes, ac
Mr. and Mrs. N. M. Draper (Alice
companied by two hound dogs, took
R etu rns to Seattle
Lindell), married in China, visited
a trip into the mountains Friday eve
Mrs. E. J. McDonald, who has been
the R. Jonsruds last week while on
ning, returning Saturday afternoon,
way to New York, on their a guest at the Sturgeon home in Esta-
Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Ahlberg were
The birde was visiting home in Seattle Wednesday.
her sister, a former
high Maude Sturgeon accompan cd her to hosts to a company o f friends Tues
school teacher now in China, when Portland where she was invited to a day evening, the diversion
she met Mr. Draper.
function at the home of a j bridge.
PLAYS AT GRESHAM
About thirty Rebekahs from the
Gresham lodge visited Estacada Re
bekahs Wednesday night and the de
gree team o f the visitors had charge
o f the initiatory ceremony.
and Janet Gilgan
were initiated. Included in the del
egation from Gresham were Mr. and
Mrs. J. E. Gates, form er members of
ments were served and the evening
greatly enjoyed. About eighty mem
bers o f the Estacada lodge were pres
ent besides the, visitors.
C ard P ar ty P opular
There were several guests ut the
W oodcraft card party in Estacada on
Thursday night, 11 tables of players
enjoying the game of five hundred.
Mrs. R. H. Currin and Alva Smith
made the high scores and Jake Mos
won the door prize.
Star* Visit P ort lan d L o d g e
W averly chapter o f Portland, O. E.
S., had a visitation night Wednesday
when it had as guests matrons, pa
trons and associate matrons and sec
retaries o f the
Those attending from Estacada were
Mr. Scrutton, Mrs. E. Allen, Mrs. R.
Syron, and Mrs. N. B. Ecker.
SANDY SCHOOL BAND
GIVES FINE PROGRAM
Sandy high school band gave a
classy concert Friday night.
section feels proud o f this band, es
pecially so after hearing such a fine
program. There are three girls, Hel
en and Martha Moulding and Claire
Payn, in the band.
Olive Kealiher, Martha Maulding.
piano; Jaydene Nelson, Naomi Child,
Margaret Peterson and Ethel Irvine,
vocal numbers; Dorothy Bruns, ac
George Bruns, with his big sousa-
phone, Hugh Guthrie with his C-mel-
ody and Vic. Bacon with his drums,
played a special number with Miss
Bruns at the piano.
The band is
composed o f 23 pieces, is directed by
Principal G. I). Orr and plays high
D O V E R , April 2 5.— (Special).—
Paghs finished cutting the timber ad
jacent to their mill on Monday o f this
week. Prior to this Elmer Pagh was
busy installing the donkey in tho new
timber and building a new mill site.
They will begin on Monday to cut
the balance o f the Ed Hart timber
which they recently purchased. The
mill is located on Ralph DeShazer’s
place, as it affords the easiest access
to the timber and road.
The new $30 0 0 crusher for this
district is being installed in the quar
ry. Fisher, the county crusher man,
expects to have it ready for opera
tion on Monday.
The county court
has ordered market roads two and
three improved by
then widening to 12 feet. Road two
will be extended across Bear Creek
canyon to the church. This new road
was surveyed during the winter.
The shipknee business is a profit
able and interesting side line for sev
eral o f the neighbors. The knees of
various sizes are sold through a Port
land dealer. Lately all orders have
gone into government boats used us
The large part o f
the knees are made in Ralp DeSha
W alter A ffholter is going to haul
cedar poles for Wtn. Todd from the
vicinity o f Cedar creek on the Loon
Mr. and Mrs. A ffholter
are living on the Corey place on the
highwuy so as to be near his work.
SE W IN G
T O BE HELD N EXT MONTH
Sewing Club members should be
getting well along towards comple
because the spring sewing
contest, to be held in Oregon City,
early in May, is almost here.
club members who enter the contest
must have all their work completed
and the final report in this office be
fore they will be eligible.
Mis Lucy Case has been assisting
the county club ugent in organizing
4-11 health clubs in the Canby and
Each year, at the
county fair, a silver cup is presented
to the health club champion, either
boy or girl, while the boy and girl
winners are given a trip to the state
fair at Salem.
Last year, Gilbert
Bidder, o f Wilsonville. won the health
cup, and he and Marian Robinson, of
Frog Pond, won the trips to the state
fair. Marian took the honors at the
state fair and then won the health
championship at the Pacific Interna
tional. She went to Chicago to com
pete for national honors and lost
out by only one point of being the
Portland were guests o f Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Matt Boyle, Mrs. R. Albert Kitching Friday.
BALL GAM E PLANNED SUNDAY
E. Baxter and J. C. Ecker of Port ray is connected with thi U. S. for
O d d Fellows G iv e O y st er Sup p er
land were dinner guests at the home est service.
The three times postponed base
Sandy Odd Fellows, after putting o f Mrs. N. B. Ecker Sunday.
Arnold Lovelace and Tony Bron-
ball game between Estacada and Van
couver Portland Valley league teams on degree work Monday night, served W . F. Cary and daughters Glen and | son came out from Portland Sunday
is to be played Sunday afternoon, if a big oyster supper to about twenty- Phyllis were also included in the fam to play ball, but, as usual, it rained
| and there was no game.
weather conditions are agreeable.
five of the members.
health champion of the United Slates.