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Devoted to the Interests of Eastern Clackamas County
VOLUME XX
EASTERN
No. 36.
Estacada Is Starting Point
For Many Interesting Trips
SPRING WATER BALL TEAM
D EFEATS
CLEAR
CREEK
CLACKAMAS NEWS
THURSDAY, JUNE 10, 1926
11.60 A YEAR
W ILL
COMPLETE PLANS FOR JU LY
s p e c ia l c l u b m e e t in g
News from the Neighboring Towns
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Greater Clackamas Union
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Of Clubs to Meet June 14
The baseball game at Viola be­
There will be a special meeting of
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the Community Club next Monday
meeting of the Greater Clack-
There is an interesting fact quite tween Clear Creek and Springwater
SPR1NGWATER
CURRINSVILLE
evening, June 14, at the Estacada anias Union of Clubs will be held at
generally known locally, no doubt, did not prove quite so easy a con­
quest for Clear Creek as the game
hotel. The meeting is called for 0ak Lawn
the Oak Lawn Farm
but outside the immediate confines played a week ago with Sandy, in
Under the able supervision of
Mrs. Arne Christensen, of Grass the purpose of completing the plans j Bureau hall, Tuesday, June 16.
of Clackamas county not known to spite of the base umpire’s extrava- Miss Shibley, practice for the Chil- Valley is visiting at the home of necessary for the entertainment of j The meeting will be unique and
The dren’s Day program began on Tues- her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John the Greater Clackamas Union of different from the meetings held
any great number of those who dur­ gent imagination at times.
score
this
game
was
10
to
7
in day. The program will be given at Hall.
clubs in July.
| previously, insomuch as it will bring
ing the summer and vacation season
favor of Springwater.
the church on June 20, and every-
Mr. and Mrs. J . C. Richards and
So
far
the
Ways
and
Means
com
-!
many Clackamas county people to
love to get out for a spell of rough­
family motored to Gresham Sunday mittee composed of A. G. Ames, j the most fertile farming district in
Emery Closner behind the bat body is cordially invited,
ing it along the streams that flow
played his usual good game and i s , Mr. and Mrs. Walter Dean of afternoon and were visitors of S chairman, Mr. and Mrs. U. S. Mor- Clackamas county, and as these
down from the snows of the Cascade in a class with Koehler and Berry, Portland were visiting on Sunday N. Kilgore.
gan, Mrs. Yocum, Mrs. Heiple Mrs. meetings have been more or less
Mrs. Ralph Wade and young son Rose and Mr. Lawrence have worked along the line of discovering that
Range. There is no finer sport or while Hughes or French could not with Mrs. Dean’s sister, Mrs. R. S.
were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. hard and assure a successful pro­ Clackamas county is a big district
more invigorating pastime than in have out-done Bronson when it Guttridge and family,
Guests at the J . A. Shibley home Wilbur Wade on Thursday evening. gram. There are still several points and that we who attend the meet­
taking a camping outfit, and the came to shooting the pill across
Twelve loganberry packers start­ to be decided upon and it is the ings are learning much about our
Owen Scott on first on Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. For
lighter the better, and hitting the the plate.
could show up BUch men as Kopp rest Erickson of here and Mr, and ed to work last week in the patch wish of this committee that every­ county and the good people who are
trail into the infrequented places
and Lafayette and if McLaughlin Mrs. Earl Shibley and children of owned by C. A. Jaques.
one attend this special meeting its inhabitants, it will be an eye-
Sunday while the thermometer Monday to help complete their opener. The meeting is being ar­
that have not yet felt the influence or Protho had been on third they Portland.
of man and his efforts to subdue could not have done better than
ranged by the Farm Bureau of Oak
j oe Jaques of Boring was a caller registered over eighty degrees in the plans.
nature by clearing the land and did Billy Tucker.
Lawn, and the hall at that place
at j be Moger home one day during shade, Currinsville picnicers were
The entertainment of the county
fooling Old Sol by spending Sunday
bringing it under cultivation to sup­
was
built by them.
The supposedly ferocious bat- the past week.
Other callers on
organization is of vital interest to
ply his needs. Every man who has swingers of the Clear Creek lineup i Mrs. Morgan were Mrs. Nettie on the Clackamas. Mr. and Mrs.
A
splendid old-fashioned program
everyone. The cities that have been
Hugh Jones and family, Mr. and
red blood coursing through his veins
were aparently not up to their u*ual Grable and Miss Madden,
the hosts in the past have shown a of fiddle, accortjh>n and quartette
Mrs. Otto Kiggins, Mr. and Mrs.
feels the urge at times to get away
music is being arranged and a har­
good .selves, else they would have
A grcat deal of commotion was
Ames and son Vernon, Mr. and Mrs. fine spirit of co-operation in per­ monica contest will be held. Those
from the hurly-burly of city life and
surely made more runs than the caugcd at Sunday school last Sun-
fecting the details that have made
Earl McConnell and family, Mr. and
get out into the wild places and en­
score shows, or it may have been day when Mr. Peter Erickson
for a successful meeting. We will entering the harmonica contest will
joy a season of commune with the
M| t 3. Meusig, Edna Heiple, Mr. and
possible the score keeper ran the ¡n minUs his regular array of whis-
reap a great benefit from the meet­ be allowed to choose their favorite
forest primeval, the leaping tor­ lead out of his pencil and was un- Uers. After each one had sized him Mrs. Beers and Mrs. Jake Looney
ing in July. To extend a cordial piece of music. The contest will be
rents of the mountain streams, and able to borrow a fountain pen
were picnicing on the river all day
greeting to several hundred resi­ an interesting part of the program.
up
satisfactorily
Sunday
school
pro­
Sunday.
They enjoyed a typical
indulge in other ways the instinct quickly enough to record the runs.
ceeded but not without some inat­ picnic lunch and the remainder of dents of other parts of the county On account of the time it takes to
of his savage nature.
The scout from the New York tention among the children both the day was spent in swimming and is a large undertaking. We must introduce each person at these meet­
The fact not known air was start­
get everyone behind the July meet­ ings, this part will be eliminated so
playing Zarnyard Golf.
ed out to say, is that Estacada is Nationals was there as per schedule young and old.
ing and put it over to the best of those present may reach home at an
but
after
the
first
few
innings
when
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Hull and
the starting point for just such an
Mr. J . P. Steinman left for Los
early hour.
our ability.
outing as has been outlined. The he had sized up the players, he took children returned home on Sunday Angeles last week where he will
Oak Lawn is reached now, while
The special meeting wi^_be called
trip can only be made over narrow to the tall timber and had not been from a two-weeks trip through Or­ visit for an indefinite time. From
the regular road through Barton is
heard
from
up
to
a
late
hour
Sun­
at
8
o’clcok.
Everyone
is
urged
to
egon
and
Idaho.
trails, perhaps some of which the
there he will visit his birthplace in
being repaired, by turning to left
u
n
» . ,
be there promptly.
tramper will have to make himself day night, so we suspect it will not
Evansville, Ind.,
was
at the corners where garage and
be necessary
neccssarv lor
for the Clear Creek , ni Edlth
HoWe11
W8S
8
Saturd»y
ht
t of Elva shibley.
and as the railway ends at Estacada
Mr. N. C. Lovall and family from
stores are at railroad crosing at
manager to draw on hsi extra “ma-
'
“LITTLE ANNIE ROONEY”
is is the starting point for shank’s terial.”
Mrs. Brian Moore and Mrs. Myr- Dakota and Mr. and Mrs. Rankin
proceeding straight
COMING TO LIBERTY Canby, and
horses into the region that will re­
of
Portland
were
Sunday
visitors
of
turningtle Closner and children
ahead on that road and turning to
pay the time spent many times over
The line-up for Springwater was: i
^
to Eugene on Saturday LMr’ and Mrs. George Hitching.
the right on second road beyond the
“Little Annie Rooney
9 If w
i i k n « n Linn
n n and w
j u »..* t Looney
.
in keen pleasure and the toughen­ Harold Bronson, pitcher; Emery
Wilbur
Wilbur
Yoder store. Signs will be placed
Is my sweet-heart,”
Closner,
catcher;
Owen
Scott,
Istb;
returnin*
on
Sundfly-
ing of sinews brought about by a
spent the week-end camping at
on
the road at Canby and the other
became
a
world
“hit”
as
a
song
in
Residents in this section are de­ North Fork.
week or ten days away from civiliz­ Lester Closner, 2nd b; Billy Tuck-
days of yore. Now it has made as road so there will be no difficulty
er,
3rd
b;
Lloyd
Skagg,
ss;
Bill
1'Khted
with
the
paved
road
which
ation. No need to tell a hiker to
great a hit as a screen picture. in reaching Oak Lawn, which is ten
VIOLA
carry rod and gun, for by these he Pinkley, if; Earl Closner, r f; and >s now completedl fromi the Grange
hall to the top of the Estacada hill.
Mary Pickford won her title as miles from Canby.
Jack
Tucker,
cf,
should be able to subsist with what
“The World’s Sweetheart” through
Mr.
Ed
Miller
and
Mrs.
Martha
Oak Lawn has for the past two
The many friends of Dr. Wallens
few condiments he can easily carry
The Springwater team has lost
her
wonderful
personality
and or three years had the largest com­
McQueen
were
married
in
Oregon
are
glad
to
learn
of
his
improve-
in his blanket roll.
but one game during the season.
City on Tuesday, June 1, which was superb artistry and she is at her munity exhibit at the county fair
Leaving Estacada the Clackamas
A benefit dance will be given b y ; ¡ J “ * in health even thou* h ** is
a surprise to their many friends, best in “Little Annie Rooney,” at Canby.
river may be traced into the South­ the Springwater baseball team at
Many of us do not realize that
Mr. and Mrs. P. T. Monroe have who all wish them a happy married which will be at the Liberty on
eastern part of the county until it Baker’s hall on Saturday evening,
as their guest for awhile their life. They will make their home June 14 and 15. It is a picture for until good roads were built there,
trickles from the snows about the June 12. Good music, and a good
daughter, Mrs. Fred Samples and here in Viola on Mf. Miller’s place. everybody and holds laughs, tears Marion county was the outlet for
Pin-heads and Sisi Buttes, or more time is promised.
Everyone is
One of Mr. and Mrs. Van and human interest. Little Annie that big region, but now they are
and family of Bend, Ore.
Their
easterly where it drains the small urged to attend.
son Herb and family of Carver Brown’s small boys had the misfor­ is a policeman’s daughter who leads more a part of this county and it is
snow-fed Clackamas lake, far up in
Teams
wanting
games
with were a]g0 wj tb them over the week- tune to fall off a horse and break a gang of dirty-faced boys. Many well for all who can to attend the
the Cascade Range. Confluencing Sprmgwater write Lester Closner end_
his arm in two places. They live at fights with a rival gang of boys meeting next Tuesday nd see what
all the way up to its source are or phone 23-21 Estacada.
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take place. She has a secret in­ a community like Oak Lawn can do
the Potter mill.
numerous smaller streams helping
Mrs. Elmer Powers who has fatuation with “Jo e” a truck driver in the way of community better­
UPPER EAGLE CREEK
to swell the volume of the main riv­ MT. ZION CAMP MEETINGS
been in a Portland hospital the who is a friend to her brother. ment.
er, and which should be ideal for the
PROVE VERY SUCCESSFUL
Mrs. Daniel Rose of Fairbanks, past three weeks will be at her The picture contains many amusing
home of many mountain trout to
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j Alaska, who has been the guest of home here this week.
scenes and holds interest to the STATE GAME WARDENS
provide a tempting feast for the fry ­ “Mt- zion ' al«P meeting grounds I her brother and his wife, Mr. and
HOOK SALMON ILLEGALLY
Jim Sevier has bought a white very last. Don’t miss Mary Pick-
ing pan. This region will be found are more desireable in many ways Mrs. A. C. Cogswell, of Eagle Creek
mule, with which he is hauling lum­ ford as “Little Annie Rooney” at
very rough and mountainous and for a camp meeting than any other passed away Sunday, More recent-
That a state warden had a per­
ber by small trucks in the mill the Liberty theater on June 14
provide occasion for bringing the camps I have attended,” says Dr. iy a resident of Seattle and Tacoma,
yard. He says it reminds him of and 15. The remainder of the cast mit to hook salmon illegally was the
kodak into use, as that instrument 3 . A. Danford who has charge of ' Washington. The funeral arrange-
is: William Haines, “Joe Kelly;" excuse given by state officials to
old times in Missouri.
should form an important part of the camp meetings held at the Mt. ments will not be made until the ar-
Mr. Emery Powers has bought a Walter James, "Officer Rooney;” Bill Cox, Donald Hass and a com­
every pack. These headwaters are Zion church since Friday
evening, j rival of her husband from Alaska. new Chevrolet car which he thinks Gordon Griffith, “Tim Rooney;” panion when they reported to them
all in the Oregon National Forest June 4. Dr.
Danford is one of the j
The funeral services of Edward beats the old Ford.
Carlo Schipa, "Tony;” Spec O'Don- that they had seen a warden hook­
which one enters soon after leaving outstanding evangelists of the coun- Still, a well-known and -liked resi-
nel, “A bie;” Hugh Fay, "Spider;” ing salmon up the river.
Cazadero, and contains the finest try and has had considerable ex- dent of Eagle Creek was held In
CEORGE
The three young men were seen
Viola Vale, "Mamie;” Joe Butter-
body of merchantable fir timber in perience in launching camp meet- the Presbyterian church. Rev. Weir
worth, “Mickey;” Eugene Jackson on the river and questioned severe­
the west.
ings in different parts of the United a former pastor, officiated.
Raymond Miller, the son of Mr. “Humidor;”
Oscar
Rudolph,* ly as to what they were doing there.
They then reported that they had
Indeed the scenery throughout States.
Edward Still was born in Ger- and Mrs. Robert Miller, was mar- ‘Athos.”
all Eastern Clackamas county easily
seen a warden hooking salmon up
The camp meeting was held all many January 17, 1866, and was ried to Miss Polly Bartholomew
reached from Estacada. is so en­ day last Sunday and the same plan j married to Augusta Gerhardus at June 2, in the Sunnyside Methodist CHORAL SOCIETY PROGRAM the river but the state officials
smoothed the matter over by telling
The
trancing that a fortnight may be will be followed for Sunday, June | Spokane, Wash., on July 6, 1801. church, Portland, Oregon.
The Estacada Choral society ap­ the boys that the warden they had
spent in searching out the various 13.
The people gathered at 10
Mr. Still died Saturday, June 6, bridesmaids were Miss Gladys Marie
He is | Miller, a cousin of the groom, and peared in concert on Friday even­ seen had a permit to catch salmon
points of interest. One may tire in o’clock for Sunday school, which after a lingering illness,
clambering thru the many canyons was followed with a sermon by Dr. survived by his wife and four sons Miss Harriet Reed.
The ushers ing, at the Liberty theater, pres­ illegally.
The throe boys were brought by
or climbing the lofty peaks, but the Danford. At 3 o’clock Dr. Hisey, one brother and three sisters. Mr. were Leslie Miller, a brother, and enting the cantata, “The Rose Maid­
Roy Oliver. Roy Miller was best en,” under the direction of Mr. the State Fish and Game Commis­
delights are worth the efforts. And ihe
District
Superintendent Still was sixty-one years of age.
sion to testify against the defend­
to the man who feels his blood thrill preached.
The Epworth League
There were many beautiful floral man. About four hundred guests David Horner.
The audience was rather small, ant in the trial of Harold Forchner
were present.
as he gazes upon and wanders service was held at 7 o’clock. Dr. offerings.
Mrs. Hilda Carruth of Portland due to the lateness in the season accused of foul hooking of salmon.
among nature unadorned, there is Danford preached again at 8 o'clock.
Mr. and Mrs. Bill McGilehrist of
was
the guest over Saturday and for such affairs, since so many are No evidence was brought against
no greater satisfaction than becom­
Dr. and Mrs. Forrest Bartholo­ Wasco, Ore., were down this way
ing so weary and fagged that when mew of Portland, are aiding Dr. visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Julius away, but those who did hear the the defendant. The trial was be­
cantata were deeply impressed with fore Judge Wooster, on Monday,
the soft night settles down and the Danford with the meetings by rend- H. H. Udell and other relatives. Paulsen.
cool winds waft gently off the snowy ering vocal selections.
Mrs. Bar- Mr. and Mrs. McGilehrist were m ar-! Mr. C. A. Johnson and Mr. Chris the very fine work and fascination June 7. The attorney for the de­
fendant was W. W. Smith, with at­
peaks, he can cast himself upon the iholomew conducts a boys and girls ried last Tuesday.
Klinker have been shingling Mr. of the cantata.
The work of the soloists was de­ torney Lindas of Oregon City for
ground beneath sheltering trees, roll meeting each afternoon at 4 o’clock, j
Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Gibson were Carl Rath’s barn.
up in his blanket and sleep a sleep
A cordial invitation to attend this Barton visitors last Thursday after-1
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Miller and lightful throughout and each one the State Fish and Game Commis­
that has been foreign to him since camp meeting is extended to every- noon, Mrs. Gibson attending a show-' family, Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Miller showed a most sympathetic interpre­ sion. The jury was out ten or fif­
teen minutes and brought a verdict
childhood.
one. The object is to promote spir- er given at the home of H. F. Gib- ar)d Mr. and Mrs. Joe Weiderhold tation of his part.
Mrs. Harold Horner’s accompani­ of not guilty.
son in honor of their niece, Miss attended th esilver wedding anniver-
As the trail to all this practical­ ituality among Christian people,
Hazel Gibson, who is contemplating sary ° f Mr. and Mrs. Will Miller of ments are always interesting and
ly starts from Estacada, the hiker regardlcss of denominational dis-
JAM ES PICKARD PASSES
getting married sometime in the i Portland which was celebrated with played in a very finished manner.
can outfit all his needs at this point. tinctions.
The chorus is indeed fortunate in
All
services
will
be
held
again
future.
a
picnic
at
Viola
in
the
grove.
A
In this outfit the kodak must not
After an illness of several yean
this neighborhood large number of relatives were the choice of their leader, Mr. David
be overlooked, as he will want to next Sunday at the Mt. Zion Camp Several from
Horner, who is thorough and effi­ James Pickard died Saturday, June
Meeting
grounds.
Conveyances
w
ill1
in
Lower
Eagle
Creek
for
John
present,
bring back remembrances of the
Mrs. Elsie Dew attended the cient in his work and under his 5, at 6 p.m. In conformance with
trip. Nothing need be taken along be provided at the church at 9:30 Douglass, whose house, with nearly
Sunday
morning.
all
it
contained,
was
recently
burned
graduating
exercises of her daugh- splendid direction has accomplished his wishes short funeral services
but what can bg easily carried on
were held at the Odd Fellows cent*
■
- - . -.
down.
ter Margaret, at St. Helen's, Ore- much during the past season.
the back, and that with a will to
It is quite a regrettable fact that etery where he was buried.
BIRTHDAY
PARTY
|
Mr.
and
Mrs.
Roy
Douglass
were
K°n,
the
last
of
May.
Miss
Margar-
enjoy a pleasant bike is amply effi­
Mr. Pickard was bora in Wiscon*
home to their friends on Sunday, j et accompanied her mother home more people did not attend this
cient to make such a trip long to be
closing concert and hear something sin and was seventy years of agg
A
delightful
party
was
given
on
Mr.
and
Mrs.
R.
B.
Gibson
called
on
and
expects
to
remain
here
for
the
remembered.
Monday afternoon, June 7, at the them during the afternoon.
summer. She intends going to nor- really worth while, for it was surely at the time of his death. He has
one of the finest and biggest things made his home for the past eleven
home
of
R.
W.
Lemon
in
honot
of
Mr.
and
Mrs.
Ray
Woodle
mo-
mal
»chool in the fall.
CHRISTIAN CHURCH
months with Mr. and Mr». W. E.
thg eighth birthday
of Ellen Lemon,
tored to Corbett up the highway
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Warwick and given in our community.
It is surely hoped that the chorus Linn who have cared for him as
The
guests
who
enjoyed
the
party
and
were
guests
of
Mr.
and
Mrs.
three
sons,
Philip,
Bill
and
Dickey
All regular services are being Com
Mr.
of Portland were guests on Sunday wil1 continue this splendid work and one of thier own relatives.
ducted the same as usual during and made the birthday happier were Claude Woodle.
Fred
Hoffmeister ......
and .........
family
fine evening«
of Pickard was proprietor of the sec­
..
.
_
,
, .
,
Suzanne Cooke. Jean Grable, Ber-
Fr*d Hoffmeii—
. mo- ° f Mr.
— and Mrs. Chris Johnson and p*an mor® *u'h
music in the future.
ond hand store here for a number
e s mme .
e
s no
orsa e njce i^ctnon> Buddy Penner, Louise tored out to Government Camp on family,
of years and made many friends
the worship during vacation.
We Dykeman, Jean Dykeman, Brooks Sunday.
Mr«. Henry Viles gave a party in
ANNOUNCEMENT«
who regret very much to learn of
had 54 at Bible school Sunday. gnyder and Stanley Snyder.
Mr. and Mr«. Hal Gibson called honor of her daughter Margaret s
Let's keep it that and above all n ,,, afternoon was spent in play- on H. S. Gibson Sunday evening.
birthday, June 7. Those present
There will be a picnic held in the his death. He leaves one brother
summer.
j
lively games and refreshments
Mr. and Mr«. Roy Douglass and were Mr«. Clay Chaney and chil- Estacada Park July 3, 4 and 5 with who lives in Downing. Wisconsin.
Sunday's sermons are as follow»: consisting of ice cream and cake children went to Oregon City on dren, Nedra, Dorothy and Alice and a dance Saturday evening, the 3rd.
Miss Ruth Dillon was a Portland
morning, “The Divine Mission of were served. Ellen received many Monday to attend the funeral of Mary and Miss
Emma, Dorothy Details will be announced later, but
the Church.” Evening. “A Young lovely birthday gifts.
Mrs.
Douglass’
uncle,
Michael Ruhi and Harold Miller and Gussie we believe there will bg a nice time visitor one day last week.
Mr. Lloyd Saling was a reent vis­
Jewess Queen Who Believes In
_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
Mohnke, who died at the Oregon Yivirmann and
Miss Flora Lins, assured to all.
itor here from CorvadlUs visiting
God’s Providence.”
Mr*. Jim Siever was a passenger City hospital last Wednesday, after They were served to a chicken din-
Estacada Park Co.
fveryoM it invited tg attend.
j on the tram Thursday morning.
^a short Ulneea,
Jner.
Margaret was ten years old.j
W. G. Moors, Manager. inend« and rtlativt*.