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Devoted to the Interests of Eastern Clackamas County
Greater Clackamas Union
of Clubs Meeting May 14
TO BE GIVEN MAY 11
THURSDAY. MAY 6, 1926.
News from the Neighboring Towns
$1.50 A YEAR
NEW AUTO PARK WILL
BE OPENED MAY
Estacada Community Club
Work on Shadekist Auto Park,
A concert will be given by the
The regular meeting of the East
Estacada Heights, is progressing
The Greater Clackamas Union o f high school orchestra under the di-
, Mr. Wheeler and family Sunday.
Clubs will meet at Molalla, Friday rection o f Mr. Bushnell, in the
1 repidly under the direction o f F. J. ern Clackamas Community club was
! Mr. and Mrs. Perry Murphy were
held in the lobby o f the Estacada
May 14, in the new Union high high school auditorium, Tuesday
The county road rollers were calling at the home o f Roy Doug- Lingelbach, proprietor and manager,
hotel on Friday evening with a
school building, which has few evening, May .11 at 8 p.m. In ad
brought out here on Monday, which iass Sunday evening.
who states that the park, although good attendance.
equals in the state. The usual re dition to the musical features the
looks as if we were goin gto have a
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not complete, will be opened Friday,
Mr. Roy Meyers o f the P. E. P.
ports of the committees and com high school glee club will render road in the near future.
Co., gave a talk on the probability
munities will be heard.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Erickson were
Admission to this park will be o f the introduction o f a bill in the
The speaker o f the evening will
The program is being given to ac down from Camp 10 on Sunday to
Mrs. C. A. Johnson gave a party
be Norman F. Coleman, president quaint the community with the visit at the Tucker and Erickson in honor of her son V ictor’s birth- 25c a car a day, or any part of a next session o f the legislature ask-
day; the charge for swimming will ing for state ownership o f public
o f Reed College, Portland.
Mr. good work that the high school is homes.
\ day, those present being James and
be 10c, children under 12 years 5c. utilities.
He explained quite fully
work doing under the leadership o f Mr.
Mrs. J. W. Byers and Miss Ardine Clarence Chaney, Gussie Yevirman,
among the soldiers overseas, has Bushnell. There will be no charge were Portland visitors over the week Robert and Ulysses LarserT, George This park is an ideal spot for pic- the disadvantages of the states own-
had a great deal of experience in for this program.
Willing, Bill and Lee McKune, Mrs. nicing and special rates will be m ade, ership of electric lines now operat-
ing in the state and asked the club’s
organizing, and will give a message \ Immediately following the con- , Alberta Cromer celebrated her Henry Johnson and Mrs. J. Paul- to ail picnic parties.
Shadekist Auto Park is located endorsement of a resolution oppos-
along the lines o f co-operation.
| cert there will be a pit social, and birthday on Sunday with a party at sen. This party was given Satur-
on the F. J. Lingelbach farm, and in* state ownership of public util-
An excellent dinner is being pre- although no one is under obligation which all present reported a most day afternoon, May 1.
be reached by the road leading ities; U was moved. seconded and
i Mr. and Mrs. Norton and chil-
pared by the Clackamas county Farm to remain after the concert the Stu- : enjoyable time.
Wilbur Howell and Vincent Byer.i dren of Portland were guest« of straight out Second street, Estaca- carr‘ ed ^*at tbe dub endorse the
Bureau. Molalla Commercial club, dent Body will greatly appreciate
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and the Firemen o f Molalla. The j the cooperation o f the community were guests o f Edward Shearer on Mr. and Mrs. H. Johnson on Satur- da. Other ways rough but passable,
tbe d ° se
*be business ses-
Farm Bureau and Commercial club in making this a social evening. Sunday.
are to furnish the farm products, [ Remember that the concert is free
of the seventh and ieghth grades
the best o f vegeatbles, butter,
land, Wash., were Sunday visitors little son o f Portland visited at the hall road, reaching the park by
o f the Currinsville school in a
cream, etc., and the Firemen who W. C. T. U. WILL MEET MAY 13 at the Genserowski and Park homes home of Mrs. Horger’s mother Mrs. entering the gate at the mail box.
charming little “ Dance of the
also will put on the Round-up at |
Marie Klinker and family last Sun-
Roses.” Mr. Fred Horner sang two
going around by the Huxley farm.
Molalla on July 3,4, and 5, wiil act
The W. C. T. U. will meet at the
Those from here attending the day.
songs with a spirited and pleasing
They will be dressed home o f Mrs. Hannah, Thursday, meeting o f the officers o f the Clack-
Mrs. Pete Ruhl after a few weeks
Tables, benches and stoves will be
interpretation of the composer’s
in their Round-up clothes, white May 13, at 2:30 p.m.
This is to be amas county Christian Endeavor So- stay in Gresham returned home on ready for the use o f patrons on the
shirts with neat black trimminks. j the annual Mother’s
Day meeting ciety at Oregon City on Sunday were Saturday bringing a little baby girl opening daya with fuel furnished by
The members o f the club are
Dinner is to be served in the gym- and motherg o f boys and girls and i Everett Shibley, Gilbert Shearer and with her.
very grateful to Miss Poole and Mr.
Mrs. Henry Joyner was in Port
nasium of the school. Everyone in ;
Horner for the pleasure their num
land a few days the other week.
NEW PARCEL POST RATES
Molalla is working to make this a j invited to be present at this meet Beck.
pleasant meeting, and have every
The National Grange is making PRIZES WILL BE GIVEN
the Peter Erickson home on Sunday much appreciated by everyone.
one see their fine school and the
THE METHODIST EPISCOPAL
a strong appeal to its subordinato
in honor of Mrs. Erickson’s birth-;
FOR BEST FLORAL DISPLAY
firemen have donated lumber for
brancheg throughout the country to
day. Her children gave the dinner j
the necessary benches and tables
IRA F. RANKIN, Pastor.
be on guard against the grave dar-
in her honor and all were present, j
The Floral committee for the
and the students o f the school are
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Shibley were]
w e are having a fine rain just Ser t0 th« future o f the parcels 'f Labor Day celebration this year
constructing them under the super
Mothers’ Day, a monument signl- Oregon City visitors on Tuesday.
| now that will be worth a great deal post system, that now appears tc
to j wishes to announce that prizes will
vision of the manual training teach
The Christian Endeavor
social to the farmers. There were quite threaten at Washington. The joint he given for the best display o f cut
er. More than 300 seats are being fying the nation’s reverence for its
worthy mothers, will be observed evening
will be at the Henry Cromer
;i number o f
committee which is at v’ork flowers and also for the best kept
next Sunday. Every man and wo- home on Friday evening, May 7,
is unusual at this time of lear.
on changing the law relative to v>os- j lawns.
Last year this feature of
During the dinner or right after
man, boy and girl, who owes a debt Mr. George Perry wa8 home on
starting a tal rates is charged by the Grange : the celebration was one o f the most
introductions are to take place, in
of love and gratitude to their mo* < Sunday and also several
friends dairy as he bought two cows and with having very little sympathy I interesting and this year it is ex-
ther, is especially urged to be pres- 1 were dinner guests that day.
! two calves recently,
towards any effort to increase the pected to be more elaborate and
is expeeveu, rnose pres- ent with us at th# morning preach- j
Dr. Wallens is confined to his i There have
been quite a num- use or efficiency o f the parcels post and beautiful.
Commence now to
ent will be introduced by commit- n „
Thi« o f r n u r « e will in K oh „ „ a „
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tees some one from each commun
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improvement is shown ber of children staying home from system, and therefore the Grange ; prepare for this part o f the pro
tees, some one trom each commun ciude a large scope o f people. Tell in his condition so his ir — •
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influence everywhere is being mob- j gram. For further particulars, in-
ity doing the job fo r his community others.
The subject o f the morning do not feel encouraged
ilized to force the most favorable ! quire o f the chairman o f the com-
«n J snappy
will be “ Worthy Mother-
poesible action at Washington as mittee, Mrs. A. G. Ames.
save time. The entertainment com hood.” The subject o f the evening
new schedules o f rates are being
UPPER EAGLE CREEK
mittee has been beseiged by aspir sermon will be “ Predestination or
ants for offee for an opportunity Fore-ordination. ”
Bible school at 10 a.m., subject,
Mrs. Katie Douglass went to Soviet. Mr. James Burlingame, _ also
The Grange insists that the abso-
to get on the program, but the corn-
Sunday school..............................10 OO Stevenson, Wash., last week, to vis-1 of cP'venson made the trip with lutely indefensible flat increase ol “ Abraham and the Kings.”
mittee has stood pat and will allow —
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Morning warship at
Junior church, Sermon talk by Mrs. it for a few days with relatives. ‘ them.
! two cents per package, which was sis 14:1-24.
no one to talk politics or issues, that Raniun
10 -45 She is expected home this week.
This is Mother’s Day,
i Sunday afternoon Mr. and Mrs. passed last year, be taken off the 11 o ’clock.
evening. However, any office seek
Morning service, sermon by the pas
Claude Woodle and family were i Hicinbothem and Mrs. and Mrs. hack o f the parcels post system a n d ! s °
be a M others
er will be welcome to attend the
tor, ........................................... 11:00 the Sunday afternoon guests o f Mr. Charlie Hicinbothem with Mr. and *n this demand Granges everywhere b*ay sermon. This will be a special
m eeting' and will be introduced
! Mrs. H. Sevier called on grandpa a i® forcibly united. This two-cent servicS whieh wc hope will be well
Mt. Zion preaching service by Mrs. and Mrs. Ray Woodle.
in the same order as the others.
Walter and Will Douglass Went Hicinbothem and Mr. A. Hughes.
j increase penalizes all small packag attended.
Christian Endeavor will
Rankin, ........... .................... .
A fter dinner the crowd will go
fishing over on the Clackamas near | A number of relatives and neigh-! es and short hauls and strikes a ser- be held at 7 o’clock in the evening,
into the auditorium, which is a very
bors gave Mr. Earl Lankin a birth-|‘ous blow at th efficiency of the topic “ How to Build Happy Homes”
at the Epworth Estacada Sunday.
fine one and has seating capacity stitute Night”
Mrs. Roy E. Beck
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Douglass and ; day surprise party on Monday even- whole system
o f 750< and the business meeting
children were guests at the home o f ing. All report a nice time.
The Grange is also demanding a will be the leader.
will take place.
The musical pro
sermon at 8 o’clock will be in keep-
gram will be mixed with the busi vice with the Epworthians at Pleas
day dinner party in honor o f Mrs. Joe Hinkle, has moved his family whole branch o f the post office de-
Also students of the high ant Home. A delegation from the
| pertinent, particularly to the extent “ Shall the Women Keep Silent in
school will take part in
in it. This b-P worth League o f that place vis- Benson and about 39 of her re la -1 into one o f the Braasch houses.
tiveg and friends were present to
Mr. Elmer and Emery Powers of putting a competent business the Church?” Or we might better
school won the silver cup at Forest ‘ ted us a ^ew wee*ts aS°- ‘
call it Woman’s place in the Church.
are enjoying a visit with their f a - ' manager in the parcels post service,, _,
Grove for class B in schools up to tbere *s Strength, so we are glad to enjoy the day with her.
lh ,s 18 thu 8econrt o f three even,n*
3®e our nei»bbor Epworthians co-
down near Gresham and visited with ‘ gon.
! cels post rates and then making the I 8ermons o f a 8Pecial naturc' The
The meeting is called at 0 :30 p.m. oper*te w th “ »•
1 first one last Sunday upon Man
latter service actively function in I „
All are urged to be early and go Evening service, sermon by the pas-
Pow* ' n ‘ he Church and the one
through the high school. It is the tor, ............................................. 8:00 LOCAL AND PERSONAL ITEMS
Mr. R. Thomas Carter has re interests o f the general public. The " eXt ^ " d a y wHl be the third upon
only school in the country that has Mid-week prayer service, Wednes
ceived hig official appointment from
the subject, Young People ana the
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Johnson and Washington, D.C., as Assistant sup-
the Smith-Hughes system and teach day night( subject, “ The need of
al,K«« ,n a
The Christian Endeavor
tions to this National Grange pro-
ers and students will be on hand Tact,” ......................................... 8:00 Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Smith were
the,r ,m° nthly bU8lne8a
to show all through it.
The W. C. T. U. will have a Mo-
Mrs. J. F. Lovelace, Mrs. R a y -1 quence tremenduous pressure is be- i "leetln* and S0Clal time and lunch-
Those planning to attend should thers’ Day meeting at the home o f ! Mrs. Wm. Kellendock and little mond Lovelace and Miss Vivian mg exerted at Washington.
Ieon at t*le cburch on this coming
notify W. W. Everhart, Molalla.
Mrs. E. E. Hannah on Thursday, son Jackie o f Morrow Station were Gorham were guests o f Mr. and Mrs.
j Saturday night. Keep actively back
Dinner will be ready at 6:80 May 13. All the mothers are urged Portland visitors on Saturday,
Virgil Yonce for dinner one even RUSSIANS LUMBERING CLOSE o f the church and the church will
sharp and all are urged to be on to be present.
be actively back o f you. You are
TO NORTH POLE
Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Carter enter ing last week.
hand ON TIME.
always invited to come.
Choir practice at the church on tained guests from Portland on Fri
The Davidson Bakery Co. is train
Thursday evening at 8 o ’clock.
Leningrad, U. S. S. R., April 30
i.O.O.F. AND REBEKAH3 HOLD
ing a number o f homer pigeons.
News has been received of the
“ The King o f love my Shepherd is,
hundred miles north o f the
CONVENTION AT CANBY, OR.
Mrs. Susan Bowman has been vis Eight o f them were liberated by
death of Mrs. Lucy Ewalt at Ore
Whose goodness faileth never;
iting in Portland during the past their salesman, Mr. H. E. Miller,
gon City on Saturday. Mrs. Ewalt
I nothing lack if I am His,
from the corner by the Peoples on the Kola peninsula have been formerly lived in the lower Spring-
Th« eleventh semi-annual Clack
And He is mine forever.”
Store on Tuesday morning.
amas county I. O. O. F. District
Sir H. W. BAKER
Frank Forman of Ante.ope, Or
In summertime the water district where she has many
convention was held at Canby Sat
The local Rebekah lodge enter- daylight is continuous there and the friends.
egon is a visitor at the Roy Wilcox
urday, May 1, at which Estacada
‘FIVE HUNDRED” PARTY
She i„ survived by five sons all
Mtss mills can make up for the long win-
was well represented.
of whom are well known in this
Smiley Lovelace came home from
The I. O. O. F. band o f Estacada
Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Smith en-
the hospital on Wednesday. He is was a large attendance including ied under mountains of snow. Rein-
attended and helped to liven up tertained a number o f guests at
twenty-five members from the lo d g e , deers will carry the lumber from school here. Her eldest son Lloyd
getting along nicely.
th e'd ay. In the evening an inter- “ 500” on last Friday evening,
at Boring, Oregon. All present en- j mill to seacoast, where it will be H. Ewalt lives at present in the
Dr. and Mrs. W. W. Rhodes were
esting program was enjoyed at the
Mrs. Byrdie Rhodes and Edward
joyed the evening very thoroughly., loaded for export.
friends in this vicinity were sad
I. O. O. F. hall, after which every- Linn received high honors at cards j in Portland on Monday. Dr. Rhodes’
Mrs. E. S. Womer received word
i eyes are improving very slowly.
dened to hear this passing and ex
body danced “ Ye Old Time Dance ’ f 0r the evening and Leta Hayden
this last week o f the death o f her I ESTACADA DEFEATS GILLIS
tend their sincere sympathy.
the street, which had been and Raymond Lovelace received 1 Miss Ruth Day, Miss Emma Cole sister in the East.
BASEBALL TEAM; SCORE 10-8
Her m any1
man o f Currinsville and Mrs. Irving
cleaned and even waxed. The band consolation prizes,
Mrs. Harry Updike o f Camp 1 14
frienda were sorry to hear o f this
furnished music fo r the merrymak-
A dainty iunch was Mrved at the Smith were Portland shoppers on news, and extend to her their sym-
Estacada’. baseball club, managed has been in Portland for several
by Jude Moreland, veteran basebull days where she had her baby's eye
e r t'
I close o f the evening.
invaded Gillis Sunday and de- operated upon. The baby is doing
At a late hour the Canby lodges
(juite a number o f Odd Fellows feated the club at that place by a nicely and they returned home on
invited the visiting members upto evening were Mr. and Mrs. Jack as their guests on Saturday Mrs.
Neil Bronson Tuesday.
the hall for light refreshments, Hayden, Mr. and Mrs. Ray John Wooster’s sister and her husband and Rebekahs from the local or- tcore o f 10 to 8.
which concluded the program o f son, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Love Dr. and Mrs. J. L. Hewitt o f Port derswent to Canby on Saturday to featured at the bat for the victors
Lingelbach has brought
attend the county convention. The with three hits in four trips to the several crates o f fine ripe straw
one o f the most successful conven- lace, Mrs. Ava Bronson, Miss Viv* land.
Estacada band furnished music dur- plate,
berries into the local markets dur
tions o f its kind ever held in Canby. jan Gorham and Edward Linn.
Dr. and Mrs. Ira Manville and
ing the day and for the evening
little daughter Dorothy o f Multno-
Battery: Ceye, Miller; Bronson ing the past wek. It is our belief
that this is the earliest that straw
mah, Oregon, visited oh Sunday P *
COMING TO ESTACADA with Mrs. Manviite’s mother, Mrs.
Mr. H. H. Labarre went to Port-
Next Sunday the club will play berries have ripened in his district.
There will be a Republican Rally
The Estacada Choral society is
land last week, to attend a banquet the Brooklyn Athletics on the home
“ Susie's Kitchen Band,” an aggre
at Eagle Creek, on the night o f May
working most diligently on their
Albert Linn( returned home on ant* dance celebrating the 135th field.
12. at the Petereon hall. The pur gation o f musicians such as this Sunday from the Veteran’s hospit- anniversary o f Prof. Morse, the fa-
next program which will be given
pose o f this meeting is the discus community has never heard, wiil al at Tacoma, Wash., where he ther o ftelegraphy.
He met a Mr. and Mrs. John Lovelace are in the early part o f June.
sion o f the issues between the re appear at the Liberty theater, May went some two weeks ago for treat- I?reat many old-time friends and op- enjoying a visit with Mr. Lovelace's
will present a Cantata, "The Rose
spective candidates and all matters 19. Reserve the date.
m en t. He seems to be gaining erators witn whom he worked years sister^ Mrs. Bateman,
who is here Maiden ” the music of which is very
of interest to tax payers.
beautiful and lovers o f music in this
ago, some having been in the busi- from Portland.
body is invited, especially the la l ee.
ness since 1861 and '68.
Guests at the E. L. Womer home vicinity arc keenly anticipating the
and it is expected that all candidates
Tuesday, after school, the 4th
Several interesting speakers in- °n Sunday from out of town were rendition o f this lovely work.
new forest ranger for this district
will b« present to hear Mr. Cross an*' Er*de enjoyed a delightful party
The Estacada high school base
B. F. Irvine o f the Oregon Mr. and Mrs. Roy Woodard and
at the home o f Mrs. P. M. Ander
daughters o f
City and ball team played the West Linn
son. the occasion being Emery's make arrangements to mere his Journal, were heard.
team on the West Linn field Hast
After enjoying a sumptuous ban- Chester Womer of Portland,
Band Da ace May 8. One dollar's birthday. Both indoor and outdoor family here. They will live at Oak
As usual the
worth o f fun for 60c. Ladies free, games were played, after which ell Grove ranger station for the sum quet the floor was cleared and danc
home the ba-
Everybody welcome. Remember the partook o f a fine lunch consisting mer but will probably move into
worth oí Xun (or 50c, Ladies ire«. coo.
mainder of the evening.
le i ice cream sod cake.
. Estacada (or th« winter.