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Devoted to the Interests ot Eastern Clackamas County
ESTACADA, OREGON, THURSDAY JANUARY 6, 1927
V, LL ADVERTISE
OUR NEW GOVERNOR
CONVENIENT MARKE! FOR
OUR FRUIT IS NOW ASSURED 3 3 S H S
ASK ROAD MONEY
A Viola delegation
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COMMUNITY CLUB TO SPONSOR
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LIBBY START CONSTRUCTION
Es ncada road be matched by the i
P R O N I METHODS
C0Uaty- Tho petitionow woro b» ck- s p e c i a l i s t t o w o r k o n t r e e s
ed b> Estacada businessmen. It was
AN EXHIBIT A T O. A. C.
OF LOCAL ORCKARDISTS
i decided at the meeting to ask that the
WORK AT ONCE ON CANNERY IN
! road be classed as a market road ;
and that would give state aid. A t
tending the session were H. C. 1 Clayton C. Long, extension
In order to put before the student."
o f the agricultural college and visi
The most cheering bit o f news lo-1 at The Dalles will not be affected Stephens, G. P. Rose, S. E W costcr, j ticulturist from O. A C will hold
tors. who will attend the educational
:c l fruit and vegetable growers have I by activities in Portland,
J. A. Randolph Joe LaCroy, J. A. ■ an all-day session with the prune-
exhibit, which will be held in Cor
cceived in a blue moon came at the
Superior quality o f Oregon-grown ; McComb,
the the Fßhcy Brothers growers of Eastern Clackamas Co.,
vp.llis, February 18 and 19, the ad
oeginning o f o f the year A. D. 1927,1 uuit, berries and vegetables, Port- and others,
January 14th, it is announced by
vantages o f
when the announcement o f a new land’s strategic location as a dis-
John Dayman, in charge o f local ar
county, an attractive display o f local,
SMITH CLAN GATHERS
’ ."nnery to be built by Libby, M e-1 ributing center and labor supply
rangements. The meeting will con
products will be gathered and ship
Nell & Libby was made in the Port- mint, together with the potential
vene ct the Gem Theater at 10 a. m.
ped to Thelma W ilcox who has been
land papers. The story as published occ.1 market for the company’s
‘ ^r- ::nd Mrs- Arthur Smith
will be given over
chosen to represent the community
in the Journal follow s:
loads, was influential, said Kile, in j Curr’ncville entertained a number o f to a genercl dilcurs’on of"the pvob
Ciub at O. A. C.
Immediate construction on a site swinging the new plant to Poitland. relatives at a big Turkey dinner at loms attonding the growing of
The assembling o f the exhibit is
at 22d and Powell streets of what
‘‘Officers o f the company made their home on Sunday.
prunes in this locality. Larger an 1
in charge o f Mrs. Ray Wilcox, who
In addition to the tine turkey better fruit is the aim o f the agri
Governor 1. L. Patterson
will be the largest fruit and veget- ” n intensive study of the whole sit-
desires that the exhibit be limited tc
served, there were all the trimmings cultural college nod County Agent
Governor Patterson goes into of- able canning piant in the Pacific nation,” said Kile, “ and decided in
a small showing o f choicest
Northwest was promised by G. B. favor o f Portland for the new North- to make the dinner a most sumptu J. J. Inskeep, who will attend the
ducts. It is planned to centralize fice with a unitad republican party K’ le Northwest manager fo r Libby, west plant, because o f this city’c ous one.
the exhibit around the theme o f behind him and has the rc-spect und
Those present to enjoy this happy
McNeil & Libby, the world’s largest :lose contact with raw material re
The afternoon will be spent in
Friendship. The idea o f the friend- confidence o f all the citizens.
food canning operators, capitalized i sources and its natural avenues of affair were Mr. and Mrs. James some o f the prune orchards nearby
liness of the climate and soil and the s a careiul economist and well
at $65,760,000, who will build the Ustribution, locally and abroad. The Smith, Miss Jennio Smith and Mr. where Mr. Long will demonstrate
friendliness o f the people to each trained business man and farmer, is
quality o f Oregon-grown
products md Mrs. Walter Smith o f Eagle the latest methods of pruning and
other and to visitors will be brought horoughly familiar with political
“ Though we prefer not to an- ’vas ,con,3ider*d a!so- »«cause of the i^icek, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Snii.h o f j care o f old and young trees,
out by placards, pictures, the exhib- conditions and there is every reason
The sessions r.ro free to all Inter
financial outlay at this tim«, ?;a" df d‘ ™Bmtaln*d by Libby> Mc. Toledo, Oregon, Mr. ami Mrs. Fred
its and by Miss Wilcox, who will at- t0 believe he will give the state a
Bates of Garfield, Mr. and Mrs. ested and growers are urged to at
Neil & Libby.
tend the booth.
“ The eventual size o f the corn- Arthur Smith and children and C. tend because at this time the prune
‘the plant to be built at this time
A request is made fo r choice
industry !n Oregon is just in the
local unit wil1 depend upon
specimens o f ginseng and golden
process o f reorganization.
develop into the largest food can- the, « “ » P o t io n given us by growers
seal. It is the plan to get prize
STAMP SALES HIGHER
o f larger sire and better quality are
ning plant on the Pacific coast if and dl*tnbutors of both raw mater
specimens of canned fruit from the
bringing a premium on the markets
g.rls’ canning club at Springwater. he Gladstone Aces here in the high -he cooperation o f Northwest food a 9 and fln,shed p rod u ct”
A3 the indicator o f a city's pros end with land here which is the best
I f there are choice .specimens
Building operations will be in perlty »here is nothing better than suited to this fruit of any place in
fruits or vegetable available it is de- ' at 8 o ’clock.
Manager Cooke has what we expect it will be.”
the sales o f stamps at the postofflee. the world, we can, with proper culti
The new Portland plant will have charge o f F- J- Leonard local con-
sired that theses items be registered ! warned the local squad against too
Postmaster A. N. Johnson rejoris vation methods, become famous in
at »he News offfde soon, although much confidence because of their a capacity, to start with, o f 500,000 trector’ The building will be o f con- that sales for the last quarter in
this line of fruit growing.
deii ery need not be made until Feb- coming o f f victors over such a good cases a year. With 24 containers to crete and
inci uda the most ap- 1926 exceeded the sales for the same
team as played here Monday, but
period in 1925 by three per cent.
WOODMEN SEE STARS
barring breaks which may go against output o f 12,000,000 cans o f fruit itation, The equipment will be mod
them, another win is predicted foi and vegetable products.
GIVES PRESS CREDIT
G. F. Stowell, sales manager for CLUB AGAINST CHANGE
In a game which at times re
Will Employ Hundreds
IN THE CONSTITUTION sembled a group o f Japanese tumb
The Oregon State Chamber o f
Incoming freight fo r the operation land territory, said that arrange
lers performing on a stage, the Es
Commerce, in reviewing the pas. Mohawks is scheduled for next Mon
The meeting of the community tacada All-Stars showed the W ood
year are optimistic about the future day n*£ht at the colosseum in Port
11,000 tons a year. Outgoing freight double the existing warehouse space lub last Friday night was not very men o f the World team o f Portland,
development o f this state, holding land
»veil attended but those who were a few fancy stunts and wound up
will be between 10,000 and 12,000 now maintained locally, and that
the forward-looking policy o f the
out enjoyed a good session.
The by breaking up a tied score which
newspapers responsible fo r settle MOUNTAIN REFUSES
The plant will give employment tomatically follow start o f operations business o f the^ evening was taken had the crowd on ineir toes as well
ment activities. Here is a paragraph
jp by the matters o f revision of the as the players. Two extra periods
i between 500 and 600 persons at the new plant.
from a New Year’s letter just re
ons itution o f the greater union of were needed to smr.3h the deadlock
Storms on Mt. Hood have prevent during seven or eight months of the , W. A. Gellersen, Pacific coas
clubs o f Clackamas county, the plan- end much credit i? due our team for
The year 1926 has made history ed thc finding o f Leslie Brownlee
I officials, made personal inspection •lli.g o f ; air exhibit for O. A. C. and the control tire/ showed in those
Production, shipping -¡O-year-old Portland youth, who has ployes will be women.
a map taik by President Ames show- •ense momon s. The game started
and industrial records have been been lost above the snow line since
The plant will contain approxi- ° f t ke Portland Property acquired
ng the advantages o f a highway up out with the local team going right
broken. In the activities that are -as^ Saturday.
16 mately 200,000 square feet o f floor *.y th . company, and o f local aondl .he Clackamas river.
out after scores but the Woodmen
barometers o f business great pro- another lad who was lost the same bpUCvi
No action was taken by the club ’ .me back in the second quarter like
gress has been made, not because da>' although belonging to different
The company will distribute among u ’
on the P. E. P. franchise on the up a whirlwind.
o f any unusual conditions, but for PartY o f Portland
boys enjoying Oregon and Northwest growers from
. am er
The industries department o f tht per river since definite information made by them in less than that many
the reason that a new spirit has per- 2now sports during the vacation, was
Commerce has not been received from Wash minutes. From that time on to the
meated the entire state, created found after a three day hunt- He if lion dollars annually and will p a v ! Por,land Chamber o f
end o f the game was a hoss race.
largely, we believe, by the active c o - ! now at home recovering from his about the same amount for local thr° U* h W*0Se ° fflCe8J tbese a r‘
was the rally in the play-off which
operation o f the press o f the state 3evere exposure to freezing weather
unanimously turned proved the metal o f the local team
Cans used by the company will be erated with L-bby McNeil & Libby tution w a s
in their support o f the development More than 100 experienced men art
,ntTere#U throughout all negotiations down. It was held that the constitu • nd fans are sure o f a good game
work o f their local organizations and engaged in the hunt for Brownlee manufactured by local concerns.
v.hcnc er the All-Stars put on their
The plant will be ready fo r op era-1 . Ir™ * E’ L,nf ln’ ma" a* er o f the tion as it now stands covers the ad
in a larger way the state-wide up- among them being his companion
tion on next season’s crops. L ibby,1
an Oregon canne ’ the greater union so it was felt that
Feyerabend, formerly o f Estacada. McNeil & Libby, with a plant at The 1 1926 , indicate
W. O. W. 31
BANK POSTS BULLETINS
Dalles, has been operating in Oregon
Van Slykc 8
in the hunt as have a score o f othei for a number o f years and has in ^ 6'00®*000-
A cornet solo by Master Bullard
,ncrea,° ° f fr ° ,v
A. Lovelace 2
and a vocal solo by Lcnora Beck
A nice example o f community.
hand raw material contracts to as *1*° ,4° Per C
J " x T T C r ^
It. Love’ace 18
| with Libby, McNeil & Libby in th- added spice to the program.
service is shown this week by the Es- - ont‘ nue as 'on8 M there is any hope gure operation o f the new unit,
tacada State bank in their placing o f recivering Brownlee or his body,
! canning industry will assume realiy
NEW ORCHESTRA TO PLAY
in the lobby o f the bank a rack well
Operations at the company’s plant stupendous proportions.
stocked with bulletins by the agri
The dance to be given Saturday
cultural college and department o f
A delightful 500 card party was
RADIOS GET DISTANCE
DANCE OLD YEAR OUT
January 8, at the band hall, will in
agriculture. The subjects have been given their friends last Wednesday
troduce a new orchestra here. The
chosen by the bank as those most o f (29th) evening by Mr. and Mrs. Eci
interest to people living here and Steinman. A luncheon was served,
Clyde Schock, local agent for the
The twelfth birthday o f Robert
range from ginseng culture to com- Frizes were won by Mrs. Jack Hay Halowat made-in-the-west radio re hall last Friday evening, New Year’s play all the latest dance hits an I
■Snyder, Jr., was the occasion o f a
munity buildings, including almost I den and W. W. Smith. Consolation receivers, has just installed a fine
Tirty attended by a group o f his
every phase o f farming and many o f trophies were captured by Mrs. Carl five tube set at the home o f N. O. there were so few who were cos felt for better music and this organ
small friends. From 2 o ’clock until
interest to farmer’s wives, A s o illjo c ie and Jack Hayden. Those Morrison.
It is bringing them In
lusk they i arle merry.
map o f this section is posted on the ¡present:
from coast to coast. There are now Uncle Sam and Miss Ely o f Currins- i regular engagement here so it i
»»•ere given him to remind him o f the
I Messrs and Mesdames W. E. Linn
lay. A lunch was served between
The bulletins are not to be taken Jack Hayden, W. W. Rhodes, Wallace his vicinity, every one of them giv were winners for the best cos.umes auspices they come, that a large
There was a good attendance of rowd will greet them and enjoy Tames at which Mrs. Louisa Rice as
homo hut the bank will be glad to j Smith, Otto Kiggins, Carl Jocie, ing perfect satisfaction.
sisted Mrs. Snyder. Besides Robert,
dancers, however, and all report a their music.
order duplicates for anyone in- Henry Beers, Earl McConnell, Mrs.
The all-wave set has exceptionally
there were present, David Eshleman,
Lena Underwood, Phil Steinman and fine tuning control, according to Mr. good time.
Lyle Darron Millard Server, Walter
The band announces another dance
•J. P. Steinman.
achrock, a feature which is more
Moore, E ncry
JUDGE CROSS AND HIS FUTURE
than ever appreciated now that there for Saturday evening o f this week.
Under date o f December 22, F. L Sagner. Harold U shop, W ill's Ti pp,
ENTERTAINS WITH 500 PARTY are so many high powered Portland
Kent, agricultural si alistician, sayc Dorothy Snyder and Dora Woods.
HAD LARGE CROWD
An interest character passes from
abundant rains and sonwfall have
One o f the delightful social affairs stations covering the whole broad
public ilfe this week when Judge
The Halowat re-
developed the best soil conditions
KILLED IN AUTO ACCIDENT
o f the weeek was the 500 party at est waveband.
Harvey E. Cross steps aside as
The Eagle Creek hall was packed for winter wheat for several sea
the Harry Smith home last Friday eiver is able to reach distant sta
county judge fo r C. W. Kruse. It
tions at nearly the same wave length tight last Saturday night at the Le sons past; that much of the acreagi
Ralph Johanson, 30, service station
gion New Year’s dance. 178 numbers his made a good growth and pros
is admitted by h!s most bitter ene
proprie‘ or o f Orient, was killed
Most unique and attractive score .s the nearby stations.
mies that Judge Cross has worked
pects for the next harvest are very early Saturday morning when his
What Is also believed to be a dis-
cards were presented the guests at
the evening. The next dance given encouraging. The condition in Ore
hard during the six years that he has
car turned over near Sandy. Ralph
the beginning o f the evening which ance record for daylight reception
by the Legion will be on January 22. gon is estimated at 97 per cent of
been in office, and spent more than
has been made by J. C. Moreland at
McKinney o f Estacada was with Jo-
the average eight hours a day attend-
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There is about the same nanson in the car but miraculously
Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Bartholomew the hatchery with one o f these sets,
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Gates o f Gresh acreage o f wheat in the state as waa
ing to public business. Judge CroS3
•“¡»"aped with a few cuts about the
were winners o f high scofe and re at 3o’clock in the afternoon, he am, accompanied by several friend ,
ha? not stated just what he intends
planted a year ago and the condi head. Johanson had lived in the
called the Ford garage here and let
ceived lovely gifts.
drove up on Monday evening to at
to do when he retires but the accept_
Those present to enjoy the very them listen by telephone to a pro tend the special meeting o f the Re tion o f the crop is much higher than Gresham section all his life. He was
ance o f a retainer in a case indicate*
pleasant evening were Messrs and gram which was coming in at the bekah lodge, when they entertained the ten year average. There will be ra rried and leaves a widow and a
that to some extent at least he will
around 890,000 acres for 1927. The daughter. Other relatives live near
Mesdames W. Smith, T. Ahlberg, H. hatchery, being broadcast by th* big their president.
resume the practice o f law. He will
government crop report make* en Orient. The machine driven by
C. Gohring. F. C. Bartholomew, Bob Pittsburg, Pennsylvania station.
give considerable o f hi* time in ar.
estimate o f 82,855,000 bushels o f Johanson was said by traffic officers
Cooke, W. J. Moore, R. H. Currin.
effort to put the Gladstone Chautau
wheat as a total o f Oregon,Washing to have been driven at excessive
Mr. A. E. Spark*. Mr. and Mrs. Harry
qua on its feet. He and a number o f
ton and Idaho, compared with 57,- speed and made several complete
other men will devote more than the Sr" ith f nd ,dau* h‘ er »• *«"
132 000 for 1926 and a five year av somersaults after leaving the road.
At the close o f the evening a
THOMAS I. KIRKWOOD, Paator
usual amount o f time to the assem
o f 84,362,000 bushels.
dainty lunch was served, after which
Sunday School at 10 a. m., Ed
bly next year. They hope to bring
best wishes were extended one Shearer, Superintendent.
back success to this venture.— Ban
Mr*. Wm. Honnegar, o f Multno
Regular services o f worship at 11.
mah, Oregon, visited at the home of
Much interest is being shown in
when the guests departed fo r their
Christian Endeavor at 7 p. m.
new Peacock model Chevrolet
Services at Eagle Creek as usual,
which is announced in this issue o f
and also at George if they so desire.
A carload will arrive
The Cooke Motor company will re
here Monday. Roy Wilcox o f the Cas
ceive three cars Monday. They are
Mrs. Mary Young, a pioneer res-
Ed Sailing returned home this
The Indies’ Aid o f the M. E. cade garage said today.
sold to A. U. Bogden. a touring car; dent o f this section, died at the home week from Corvallis where he has
Fred and Harold Horner from out church will have chicken tamales on had many inquiries and will be glad
Everett Shibley. a roadster; and to o f her brother. Egbert Foster, at been visiting with hit brother Clyde Dodge way brought their girls in to *ale Saturday, January 15. Watch to demonstrate the new model as
Ed Closner, a touring car,
Eagle Creek, Wednesday night.
th« basketball game Monday.
'f o r further particulars.
14 soon as they arrive.