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Devoted to the Interests of Eastern Clackamas County
EASTERN CLACKAMAS NEWS THURSDAY, JUNE 17, 1926
MT. ZION CAMP MEETING
D ate Set for M eeting of
HAS LARGE ATTENDANCE
G re ater Clackam as Union
(1.60 A YEAR
ESTACADA WINS CLOSE
Fruit Producer* See
GAME WITH MOLALLA
A Prosperous Y ear
With five innings played, the
The ML Zion Methodist Camp
Brokers in the East have pro
game called on account of rain and
Saturday evening. July 10, is the i Meeting was well attended consider-
the fruit raised in this vi-
Miss Elsie Poole was in Portland the score standing 2 to 1 in favor nounced
date set for the Estacada meeting | ing the fact that it was a very busy
last week taking teacher's examine of Molalla. Estacada snapped out ^
be of the verV best, and
of the Greater Clackamas Union of season. Dr. Danford brought very
Don’t forget the children’s day ations.
of her slow pace and after a period
messages. Dr. Tisey was
clubs, which is being looked for ! forceful
Estacada cannery has
program at the church on Sunday,
Miss Verlie Rosetta Coop was of twenty minutes while the rain fruit at the
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ward to with a great deal of antici with us through most of the meet-
, won an unusually
Program begins Bf
ten married June 13 to Mr. Marvin Dob
r pronounced this to be one of the
pation by local club members. In ing and he preached a few tim es.. and everyone is cordially invited to son, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Dob . poured,
... Molalla s . town most , prosperous
. .. years
.. that the frutt
vitations are going out this week Mrs. Bartholomew won a place in come.
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producers in this district have ever
son at Tillamook, Oregon.
to all organizations in the county, the hearts of the boys and girls
Loganberry picking has been pro-
and it is expected that the attend
UPPER EAGLE CREEK
I Libby, McNeil & Libby, one of
Dr " and Mrs" je ssin g very nicely in this neigh-
was 4 to 3.
ance will exceed that of all other | Meeting services.
_ I the largest fruit concerns on the
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meetings of the county-wide associ
Mr. and Mrs. Will Douglass and
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| coast takes all the fruit handled
forced a halt for awhile.
And when the game ..
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ation. .A committee was appointed ated as song leaders.
their nephew, Carol Dunn, were start to ,. finish.
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, . ., ,..., through the Estacada cannery by
R. S. Guttridge has recently pur-
of the fifth ,,
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at the special meeting on Monday
Besides many people who attend- chaged # five_pasgcnger Dodge the dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. was called at the end
. Mr. Hayman. It is shipped by truck
inning on account of rain, prospects .
June 14, to arrange for the print ed the camp meeting from Estacada touring c#r
Virgil Dougiass last Friday.
to The Dalles.
ing of the programs.
I and the surrounding communities,
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Bard Were
Estacada and vicinity pride them-
Both th e• dinner and the meeting there were also people from Port- Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. were calling on Mr. and Mrs. Jim But after the rain had ceased EsU-
in the first class small fruit
Denning last Friday taking supper
will be held in the Estacada park. ; land, Molalla, Oregon City, Glad Barney Shoenberf.
the many errors succeeded in win of all kinds that is raised here. The
•As a novelty the dinner will be stone, several places near Gresham,
John Moger of Independence has
local cannery is exceedingly busy
ning the game by one point.
etc., and a much larger attendance been visiting for a few days with with them.
served in the. open air.
the time the fruit season start*
This rain is not very welcome,—
Batteries for Molalla were Jones,
The paving of the road between is expected next year.
his parents, ]yjr. and Mrs. J. F. Mo
sale of strawberries until
Bowers and Harless.
At the closing service Sunday ger.
Carver and Barton has progressed
the last sale of prunes.
Batteries for Estacada, Bronson, There are approximately 1600 tons
to such an extent that it will he night the people expressed by a ris
Mr. and Mrs. Archie Howell and cherries.
Jennings and Lovelace.
pCBsible to get through without de ing vote, their desire to have Dr. daughter visited on Sunday with
of green prunes raised in this vicin
turned last week from a six-week’s
tour to the place of this meeting at Danford and Dr. and Mrs. Bartholo- relatives in Portland,
FORMER MEMBER GREETS
mew to return for our second an-
A surprise party was given on
The evergreen blackberries as
Mrs. Akers and the children who
ART CLUB OF FALL CITY
July 10 is the anniversary meet nual camp meeting which is to be Friday at the George Perry home had been visiting Mr. and Mrs.
well as other fruit extensively
ing and a large attendance is as held about the middle of August, by the young people of this neigh-
A delightful event of last week raised here aiTord the school ehild-
borhood. A good crowd was thero Stone of Cathlamet, Wash., for a was the meeting of the Ladies Art dren a method of earning money
sured, so it is up to the people of 1927.
and all had a very pleasant time.
Estacada to make this one of the
Club at Fall City at the home of before school opens in the fall.
PRESBcTERlAN YOUNG PEOPLE
Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Tenny and riving the day before Mr. Akers a r
best meetings of the year.
Royal Anne cherries excel as to
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Dunlop, on
TO CONVENE AT HILLOCKBURN children of Viola were Sunday
The members accompanied by quality those raised in other sec
“TRAFFIC TOWER” PUBLISHED
: guests at the Shibley home. Earl
their husbands arrived in three csri tions. Twenty tons have been con
BY BOB COOK MOTOR CO.
Hillockburn, Estacada, will be the Shibley and family of Portland were children were the guests of Mr. and
Mrs. R. B, Gibson Saturday even at the home of Mrs. Dunlop at 12 tracted for by the Estacada can
location of an important conference ais0 there.
o’clock. They brought with them nery.
A very interesting little magazine of the Presbyterian young people
Guests at the Henry Cromer home ing and Sunday.
a lovely picnic lunch. A business
There is a ready market for the
called the “Traffic Tower,” is being from all parts of this section, to 0n Sunday were Mrs. Cromer’s mo- -Mrs. Flora Benson and little
meeting was held at which they fruit from this district because of
published by Bob Cooke Motor Co., continue for a full week, June 21 ther, Mrs. Sarah Lewellen and her
elected new officers. After th* the good roads. It can be shipped
local Goodrich tire dealer, and tho until June 27.
| sister, Mrs. John Fairchaugh sad family, Dawson Fairchild and family
meeting the members went to work easily.
first issue is being distributed now
The leader of this conference will! family of Oregon City and her bro-
were guests at the home of Roy on the dainty pieces of fancy wark
to car owners throughout the com- be Rev. Craig G. Whitsitt. Rev. j ther, Eugene Lewellen, of here.
they had brought with them.
CHORAL CLUB MEMBERS
Whitsitt is student pastor at th e 1 Edith Howell left on Sunday for
Fred Moehnke and his father, G.
Those present were Mr. and Mrs.
ENJOY FIRST PICNIC
The contents of the magazine are University of Washington. He con- Corvallis to attend the 0. A. C.
devoted to subjects interesting to ducted a conference last year and summer school for boys and girls’ Moehnke were calling on Mr. and Hammell, Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Smith
A delightful nicnic was enjoyed
Mrs. Roy Douglass Monday.
Mrs. Vedder, Mrs. Griswald and
motorists—touring advice, hints on has made a remarkable record clubs of Oregon,
the members of the Estacada
the care of tires and care in driv among the Presbyterian students at
Harry and Joe Perry arrived On
club at thehome of Mrs. C.
ing for the sake of greater motor the University.
Monday to spend a few days at the
on Friday evening, June
This is one of the nearly 00 such home of their brother George, pre
Two very humerous stories give gatherings of Presbyterian young P eatery to making a trip to their Mr. Murphy, and Ray Woodle and Mrs. Driese, all of Fall City and 11. It was given by Mrs. Yocum
family motored out to the other Mrs. J. W. Reed and Mr. and Mrs. in honor of Mr. David Horner, di
the reader fifteen minutes of amuse- people to be held under the direc-1 home in Maine,
side of Mt. Hood on the highhway, Duniop.
rector, Mrs. Harold Horner, accom
menL One of these stories, “How tion of the Presbyterian church in j ^ r- and Mrs> A-
Lewellen of Sunday. They reported a fine time.
. After the members left Estacada panist, Mrs. Fred Horner, soprano,
to Enjoy Jaywalking,” is filled with various parts of the country this' Portland were Sunday guests at the
at 4 o'clock the ydrove to West lr. Fred Horner, baritone, and Mr.
hints to the pedestrian advising him summer. Last year 6,500 young Wiley Howell home. Mr. Lewellen,
Salem where they enjoyed a picnic Harold Horner, tenor, in apprecia
how he can conduct himself in people gathered in these confer who is a brother of Mrs. Howell’s,
tion of their unusually fine work
crossing the street to jangle the ences for a week of study of the is a civil engineer in the employ of
The rain is welcomed by everyone dinner before returning to their in connection with the cantata "The
nerves of motorists.
Bible, missionary activities, church the government and is at present except the strawberry growers, and
The annual school meeting of Rose Maiden,” sponsored by the
Bob Cooke says he is planning to government, methods of conducting in char*e of the widening of the they are not complaining as this
No. 108 will be held at choral club June 4.
release three more issues of the Sunday school classes, young peo- J1*. Hood Loop road near Rhododen- week is the end of the season for
At 7 o’clock a delicious picnic
high school building Mon
“Traffic Tower” during the sum pie's societies, and similar subjects.' dran-
lunch was served under a large
The faculty at this conference will j Mrs. John Park and children of
Road work is progressing rapidly
cherry tree on the lawn in front of
be composed of men and women Woodland- Wash” • « visiting f o r as
crew has . ......
con- Meeting one school director, for a
'HIS PEOPLE” TO BE SHOWN
who have had experience in leading a eoiip e of weeks Math her sister, siderable amount of road bed ready ierm of three years. The meeting Mrs. Yocum’s home. Immediately
*vill be called at 7 :30 p.m.
following was the business session
AT LIBERTY THEATER SOON young people and in teaching the * rs*
. for crushed rock,
of the club at which the members
A big surprise! Rudolph Schild-
PARTY AT THE CURRIN HOME decided to sing two numbers at th«
These summer conferences consti-
have purchased a Chevrolet touring
kraut, idolized as a character actor
meeting of the Greater Clackamas
One of the delightful affairs of Union of Clubs to be held at Oak
is coming to the Liberty theater tute only one phaze of work done'
Mr’ and Mrs-
Freeman afid , Mr. and Mrs. Raymond DeShazer the past week was the “500” party Lawn on Tuesday, June 15.
June 19 and 20, Saturday and Sun for young people by the Presbyter-
Fred Her- and son Carl of Lower Eagle Creek at the R. H. Currin home on Satur
day evenings, in “His People.” Al
After the business meting songs
and family of ^ Portland werer and Mrs. McCabe and grandson day evening, when Mrs. Currin en
exander Carr is among the extra Presbyterian Board of Christian
were sung by the members and vis
tertained in honor of Mr. Currin’« iting aided in making tha evening
ordinary cast and is one of the fin Education, also has general super
and Mrs. Charles Kitching.
at the Joseph DeShazer home on birthday.
est comedians on the American vision over the 56 Presbyterian
Mrs. Mary Adams and Miss Jos- j Sunday,
colleges, and religious work in 30
A most pleasant time was spent
Ralph DeShazer is busy installing playing cards and those winning LOGGING COMPANY TO OPEN
“His People” is a tensely dram state universities. The Board loans ephine Adams are visiting Mrs.
' an American saw mill in his timber. honors were Mrs. F. C. Bartholo
atic story written by Isadore Bern money to young men and women Wm. Kellendonk.
Mr. and Mrs. Orol Stormer of Mr. DeShazer hopes to begin sawing mew and Mr. Raymond Lovelace re
The equipment of the Porter-
stein, who is noted for his screen to help them obtain an education.
ceiving first prizes, and Mrs. D. B. Carsten logging company has been
stories. It contains an original and Many of these plan to be mission Springwater and Mr. and Mrs. John by the 10th of July.
Ely of Estacada were visiting Mrs.
H. M. Clinesmith has gone to Eschleman and Mr. Theo. Ahlberg taken over by the LaDee company
The characteriza aries and ministers.
Seattle on a business trip.
and operations will be started soon.
This work of Christian education George Walters on Sunday.
tion of the picture is wonderful.
Miss Elsie Poole left ’Thursday
Joseph DeShazer has purchased a
The Porter-CBrsten logging com
At the close of the playing a
There are lovable characters over is attracting enlarged interest over
Ford touring car.
most delicious lunch was served, af pany has been closed since July,
flowing with humor and pathos. the country. Last year the contri for her home in Ontario, Oregon.
Irene Bodway, former teacher at
J. G. Krieger was called to Port ter which the guests departed for 1925.
butions from churches for this cause
You’ll likg “His People.”
Surveyors were at work last
was nearly 12 per cent greater the Garfield school visited Mrs. R. land last week on account of the their homes having enjoyed a lovely
death of his father.
INJURED IN FALL FROM FLUME than in the year previous. The H’ Currin ,ast Week
evening and best wishes were ex week planning a new road around
tended Mr. Currin for many more the hill to take the place of the
Board stimulates better Sunday
While at work on the flume at schools and publishes Sunday school
old incline, and as soon as the road
LOCAL AND PERSONAL
Faraday, Mr. William Fink fell literature for the 10,000 schools oi
completed logging will start.
Emanuel hospital in Portland, but is
eighteen feet and was injured quite the denomination.
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Moore and reported to be getting along nicely tality were Messrs, and Mesdames
seriously. Several ribs were broken
Eschleman, Rhodes, Gohring, Love-: A number of local students who
family went to Oswego on a fishing
j j rs
Sarver has just re
and his shoulder injured.
ESTACADA TO CELEBRATE
'turned home having been doing iace, Bartholomew, Ahlberg, H. aru “^tending O. A. C. from here
He was given first aid by Dr. Mid
JULY 3, 4, AND S THIS YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Reese were j ury duty at Oregon City for a Heiple, Mrs. Helen Dunlop and Miss *’“ve returni-'d home for the sum-
ford and was theft taken to the Su
mer- Among those arriving hom«
Sunday visitors of Mrs. W. J. time.
Vincent’s hospital in Portland,
last week are Robert Cahill, Arnold
Firecrackers, ice cream, pop corn
where he is getting along well.
' Mr. Ralph Squire of Portland
and a lot of good eats will add to
Lovelace and George Lingelbach.
A bumper crop of loganberries is
to be held in Estacada on July 3,
.1* 'th relat,ves in CorvaHl* far Tuesday morning and expects to ,
. being harvested at present and tha
spend the summer camped at Fish Sunday school ........................ 10:00 growers are receiving fine prices
Adolph Helgsson of Portland, 4, and 5. There will be jitney a tlme*
Gertrude Dillon left last week for Creek.
Junior church........................... 10:45) this year. High prices are also be-
chief mechanic for the P. E. P, Co.,
Will Mr. C. A. Dykeman is in charge Morning sermon, "Two Viewpoints ing paid for cherries this year which
is registered at The Estacada while chestra from Vanvouver, Wash.
of the Preaching of the Cross is also pleasing the farmers greatly.
Young and old are cordially in- attend
attend the Teacher’s
Teacher s College.
0f the People's store during the ab-
making repairs on th« dynamos at
vited, and ars urged to arrange to ' *^r- Chester Womer of Portland sence of Mr. Hurry Snyder, who was
the Company’s power plants here.
Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Smith en
Preaching at Garfield............... 3:00 joyed a short visit on Monday with
Mies E. D. Campbell of Chicago celebrate the 4th of July in the was visiting his parents, Mr. and called East last week.
Mrs. Ed Linn, Edward Linn and
and chief operator of the Informa Estacada park. Details for the cel- Mrs- E- s - Corner on Sunday.
Mrs. Smith's sister, Mrs. F. W. Hal-
Quite a number of cases of Miss Vivian Gorham spent a very Evening sermmon, “A Crushed lock of Washington, D. C., and her
tion Bureau for the Illinois Cen- I ebration have not yet been com-
Snake,” ................................ 8:00 brother and his wife, Mr. and Mrs.
tral R. R. was a guest at the Eats- pleted and will be announced later, mumps are being reported in the pleasant Sunday evening in Port-
Prayer meeting Wednesday ev«*. w , , U r „
community at the present time.
land, June 13.
cada hotel Sunday,
ing at 8 o clock.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wilcox of
Mrs. R. T. Carter and family and Everett and Harry Osborne have
returned to Seattle on Tuesday ac
Killdeer had dinner at The Estacada
, a. .. c-, j
, Mrs. S. G. Felker drove to Astoria contracted to.pick the one acre of "Jehovah is nigh unto all them that companied by the Smiths.
on Sunday. They will spend the
,e . n, Vn **rv’c#* a® u*ua • Tuesday where they will viait their j blackcaps owned by Walter Crib-
Mrs. Charles F. Beebe and her son
Bibla school at 10 and Communion sister, Mrs. C. North.
1 | bons
To all that call upon him in truth.”
summer at Camp 8.
entertained twenty Boy
Dr. P. E. Hale, prominent medi- j
Maurice and Glenn Ely returned, Mrs. John Lovslace, Mrs. Ray-
Scouts from Portland last Sunday
cal doctor of Portland wa« a Sun
Mr. and Mrs. M. Russell and at their ranch at Eagle Creek. They
Thursday from Oregon Agricultural mond Lovelace and Miss Vivian
day guest at the Estacada hotel. ant message closing the series upon
Dorothy, and Mrs. Mary ; served the boys a delicious feed in-
Miss A. Thomas and Mr. and Mrs. the New Testament church,
| one day last week. They also vis- Russell from Ogden, Utah, are vis- eluding lots of ice cream so pleas
J. C. Myers of Portland were din
Ted Howe and Mrs. Burr from ited wh‘>* thcr« at *h« bom, of Mrs. iting Mr. and Mrs. Sparks. Mrs. ing to youngsters and all attending
ner guests on Sunday at The Erta* Divine Unity in the Church of
Mary Russell is Mr. A. E. Sparks's reported a most wonderful time,
the 6th Street Stage terminal of
whom he hasn t seen for
After finding that the tower on
Christian Endeavor will be held Portland had dinner with Mr. and
Mr. and Mrs. O. T. Olson and son
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Rowlee of
the town hall was leaning four feet
Oregon City and L. E. Carlsle of
A training course for forest the city council ordered a new con-
Portland were 8unday visitors of evening sermon at 8 o’clock. The Linn’s Inn for a short time Sunday, returned Wednesday. While at Cor- rangers is being conducted at crete foundation made. Work was
Relance Moore at the ^staca.I-i hote
Let’s keep the Bible
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Marshal and ment e*erei*es at the Oregon Agri- Clackamas Lake this week with Mr. started on Monday, June 14. The
in entire building will be repaired in
school up to the 50 mark and over little son of Camp 8 came down cultural College. Mr. Olson met Thomas Carter,
Mrs. Joe Boyd and children during the summer months. You on Saturday to spend the week-end and talked wit hthe teachers who charge. Supervisor T. H. Sherrard places where work is needed to be
from Baltimore are visiting her par* are given a welcome invitation to at the home of Mr. Marshal's par- hav* applied for positions in the of Portland is among those attend- done and a new roof will b* placed
jo n th* building.
sets, Mr. »cd Mr». Jota M*r»h*l j
sat* Mg. sad Mr»- McP'iUis.