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. THE OREGON SUNDAY. JOURNAL, PORTLA ND,.' -SUNDAY MORNINbiOCTOBER '74M9. V
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I qpHE bifjest thing in America today for varied anf beautiful scenery." 1
A Such is the estinVate placed upon that strip of Oregon, country that
I reaches from Mt. Hood-and Mt. Jefferson to Crater lake and which In-' I
I eludes that backbone of the Cascade range by Julius F. Stone, of Columbus, ; I
Ohio, after more than three weeks spent in this wonderful region., j
I Mr. Stone, who is president of the Seagrave Manufacturing company, 1
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I America first is an accomplish eA fart Nn u Miin!(ti- w h ;. i
1 resources of the Hood and Jefferson region and the land to the southward
I . Crater lakeiis Fred H. Klser of Portland, who madejhe trip with Mr.
j Stone, recording the beauty spots encountered in still arid motion' pictures.
I x. nUmber of. years ago Mr. Stone and Mr.' Kiser metin Glacier Ua-
j tional Park. Their common love for the out of doors prompted tentative
1 Pans lor "P down the summit of the Cascades whenever opportunity -
I offered. The time came last month when, on September 4. Mr. Stbne
I and his son Frani, Mr. Kiser, a C McKim photographic colorist;' A.' A. ?
I Bailey, Jr., camera man; two packers and a cook, together with a train of
j 17 pack and saddle horses, set forth from the railroad at Detroit Ou
1 into the wilds of the Cascades.
I 1?eTtere surras precluded a survey of Jefferson park at the beginning i
i of the journey, so that the party headed southward, reachinr Crater lake 1'
g September 25, after having made it camps en route. From Crater lake
I the party descended to the railroad oa the west and took passage north-'
I ward returnwf to Jefferson park, which was visited despite the snow that
i was encountered early in October. , ,
1 Iue rcretlol of the varied scenery of this region is empha- J
I sized by Mr. Stpne and Mr. Kiser, as it is by all who have made this. trip. 1
I Both returned to spread the gospel of the Oregon Cascades Mr.' Stone, -
I through an article he is preparing for The National Geographic Magazine, I
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tor tne early day when visitors into this country will be frequent and
,g suitable trails and accommodations essential. . :
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