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LINCOLN COUNTY LEADER, TOLEDO, OREGON, THURSDAY, JULY 20th, 1922.
(By Dr. Carter)
A night spent at the Gorge followed
by a day of res', and pleasure is not
on the schedule of every person who
'would like to make this trip but to
tiiobti who were lortunate enough to
be present bad such a trip last Sat
urday evening. We'll not soon forget
1t. Three autog left Slleta Saturday
evening loaded to the fenders with
camp paraphernalia and ' plenty of
good eats and, after a drive of about
15 miles, arrived at the Chief John
camp grounds and proceeded to make
ourselves at home.
The chief was very kind and accom.
modating and made himself very use
ful in directing us to the best camp
ing grounds and the best place to
fish. By the way, the big chief has
only one wife were it is very common
for the chiefs to have five or six.
The usual preliminaries inclrent to
camp life were followed without ex
ception and from the way all entered
Into the work It was evident that no
green-horns were in camp. The ladles,
assisted by willing helpers, soon had
a spread fit for a king and all did
honor to the Occasion. A. C.Crawford
earned the title of "Java" chief for
the excellent coffee he made. It was
clicious. A round of songs that mude
the dim woods ring, Intermingled with
Josting and jokes, about ihe campflre
and making of beds finished the even,
ing'a work. Everything would have
ended peacefully but for the sudden
commotion caused by W. S. Hall who
ftarted a cushion battle with Inez
Daniels, Myrtle Larson and Mrs. Hall,
i which. In ti;ne, extended throughout
the entire camp. A so't bed was made
for Mr. Crawford and. he slept and
snoared like the bellowing of a fog
horn. No casualties were reported.
altho Vivian shed some tears because
and the water was not eo cold a to ijinies, HMntsifker of Oysterville were
chill you. It was here again that the -callers at the Trombly home on South
Java chief showed off to good advan
tage. Another sumptuous meal was
prepared by the ladles and It was de
voured by the hungry vacationists.
To any we all had a good time would
be putting It mildly.
The picnic crowd included the fol
owing, Mt. and Mrs. Samuel Eunlson,
Miss Alice Randle, Miss Lillian Por
ter of Portland, Mrs. Carle Bacon; A.
the could not sleep and her dad got c. Crawford, Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Hall,
ui j ivi r, ana Mrs. uaniei, Mr. ana Mrs.
weights and the curtains went down.chas. E. Larsen and little daughter,
and quiet was restored. Vivian and these were Joined on Sat-
The following morning found every 'urday by Mrs. Bateman of Toledo,
one up and ready for the day's pleas- Mrs. Paul Greening of Great Palls,
urea and adventures, and after a hear-1 Mont Mrs. Greening Is a sister ofayv'eW-
.ty breakfast, the camp fires were ex-jChris Larsen; Miss Marie Peterson of
tlnguUhed and all hands Btarted for ; Silets, Miss Marie Peterson, suporln
the gorge further up the river. There jtendent of the Silver Cross hospital;
is no question as to the scenic beauty Jollet, 111. ; Mr. and Mrs. Maurice An
of SUetz river, but when you desig- derson and Mt. Chris Larson and Mr.
nate a certain spot as being more and Mrs. Eunlson, Mrs. Bacon, Miss
beautiful than all the others, men porter and Miss Candle will go to
beaver. Hat urday.
A Sunday School picnic and pro
gram will be held at the Grange Hall,
Sunday, July 16th. There will be
church services both morning and
afternoon. AH are cordially Invited to
P. M. Cook left Tuesday for aabust-
ness trip to Portland, i
Miss Margrete wolkau returned to
her home Sunday after having spent
a few days with Mis Mary ,Jano
Smith at North Beaver.
Rev. and Mrs. Phelps from Summit
passed through this nleghborhood
Tuesday evantng, on their way to
we question your right to declare that
spot the most beautiful, for, after
passing several cool, shady nooks we
decided it was a matter of Individual
opinion and that every member of the
Newport and spend a week at Ore
gon s wonder resort.
Mrs. Mcintosh and little daughter
Ermine of Portland are at South
Beach for the season.
Mrs. Oscar Petersen of Astoria Is
visiting with her parents Mr. and Mrs.
Mlrs. Ernest Stevens came home
from Astoria for socio time.
Mrs. Joe Humflut went out to her
mothers at Tigard.
Mrs. Feltons brother r.nd family of
Mr. anil Mrq. S. A ITnlmtrraon M
party naa a ngiu 10 ins or ner opinion and Mrs. Hassnwn, and -Mrs. Sim-
that could not be questioned. onson and son Elmer were dinner Cnrv.Lllia was visitlne him this weelr.
Arriving at Rock Point the trusty guest at the Weber home, Sunday. .They returned home by way of Alaea.
bathing suits were brought forth and Hester H. Ccavert and Hattie H. .Miss Margaret Ewing is visiting hor
those so Inclined took n plunge into Edwards wero trading in Toledo, Sat- Aunt Mrs. H. Pruner of West Yayuina.
the clear, cold water to their hearts1 'urday. Mrs. Roland Harlan and little son
content. It is a anice place to bathe Lorenzo and Eugene Emerson and went to Toledo to visit her mother.
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