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Devoted to the Interests ot Eastern Clackamas County
E S T A C A D A , OREGON, T H U R S D A Y . M ARCH 24, 1927
VOL. X X I
N. O. W. CARD PARTY LAST
T H U R S D A Y WELL ATTENDED
ON THE JOB AGAIN
ENDEAVORF.RS WILL M E E T
AT OREGON CITY APRIL 21
Dr. G. W. M idford is again attend- j
ir.g to his practice a fter a long siege
The Neighobrs o f W oodcraft gave
Advance registrations and general
V ictor Adix o f Gresham visited at o f illness during which he was op
iinother one o f their delightful card the W . J. Moore home Saturday.
interest indicate that the state Chris
erated upon twice.
p rties on Thursday, March 17,
tian Endeavor convention to be held
Dr. and Mrs. Rhodes had as guests
in Oregon City, A pril 21 to 24 wil
vhich was attended by a large crowd. Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Brown o f the JUNIOR SYNCOPATORS DRAW
Oak Grove Got* Next Meeting of 'Ate first prize fo r the women was
be one o f the best in the organiza Union of Clubs Gains Action on
Union o f Clubs on
LARGE CROWD TO DANCE tion's history.
Reiolution Adopted at Last
v cn by Eva Sailing and fo r the men Ailom an and daughter, Lama, and
by Edward Steinman.
Consolation Mr. W inters, all o f Portland.
Oregon City business men and the
The St. Patrick’s day dance at the churches o f the city are giving the
prises want to Mary Kitching and
Mrs. Julius K rieger was a Portland Band hall last Thursday night was : convention their hearty supporti and
announcements have just Frank MarihnU. A ioVely lunch was
A letter has been received from
characterized by thp usual Irish preparations to entertain it are be
been made by Percy Cauiield, pro- then served and as this was St. Pat-
the federal power commission thru
Mr. and Mrs. Russell Reed and
ing made by a committee there o. its executive secretary, u. C. Merrill
l-.'s day the lunch was carried out
gram cha’ rman fo r the March meet
Mrs. Mae Reed drove to Newberg
A good crowd was in attendance which Rev. M. M. Stocker, p isior o.
and addressed to the greater union
ing o f the greater union o f dubs n the colois o f green and white
and showed its appreciation o f the
-, hich was very effective. The rest Wednesday.
the First Presbyterian Church, i: o f clubs in Clackamas county, which
and from all indications it will be
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Dunlop were the music by hearty applause. The Jun chairman.
o f the evening was spent in dancing.
states that as soon
as the forest
a noteworthy event.
dinner guests o f Mrs. Robert Currin ior Syncopators, Springwater orches
Promotion o f state-wide inter,
service and power commission have
tra, played fo r the occasion and A. and registration is being headed i:.
•Tudge Jacob Kanzler o f Portland
NEAR HUNDRED MARK
I drafted stipulations governing the
G. Ames was the guiding spirit fo r by Dallas C. ICice, field secretary «,
will b0 the speaker o f the evening
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Morton o f P ort
I use o f the right-of-way up the Clack
The Bible school at the Christian land spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. the Paul Jones and with lusty voice .he Oregon Christian Endeavor hi. amas river by the Portland Electric
and from the reception which always
kept enthusiasm at the ‘bubbling ion.
hurch closed their contest fo r in W. J. Moore.
Power company, they w ill submit
is tendered this speaker, a real mes
point till the “ Home Sweet Home”
crease o f membership on last Sun
Speakers and conference leader: copies to the club and invite com
Mrs. Robert Standish and daugh
at the midnight hour.
sage may be expected. Judge Kanz day. There were 96 in attendance o f
will be announced later.
The pro ment upon them,
ter, Peggy, and son, John, spent Sun
ler has been very active in public whom about 88 remained fo r the
gram will include practical helps i
It is thought that this w ill give
day with Mr. and Mrs. Sam Dunlop
USED CARS MOVE FAST
methods, inspiration, and demonstra- ampie time fo r the consideration o f
affe.irs. He is chiefly known fo r hir, church service.
and also visited Mrs. W. J. Moore.
.. .tional novelties. Judge Jacob Kanz the matter before the new permit is
work in the court o f domestic re-
A t 11 o ’clock, Mr. Kenneth Hus-
Mrs. George Methman o f Glad
Dunng the^ first half o f the month | ler> prcgident o f the orgpnilation
granted. It is entirely probable that
lations in Portland. H e was with the b* Poached, the topic of his sermon stone is visiting her husband.
the Cooke Motor comptny has dis will preside.
being “ Growing Oranges in Alaska.
the public interest in the controversy
91st Division over-seas. He is pres.- A ft# r thc aormon the ladies o f the
Mrs. Clester entertained friends posed o f nine used cars. They were
Registered Ueiegat.es will receiv. will be cared fo r by the forest ser
all reconditioned Fords and were sold
dent o f the Oregon state Christian
¡.buj-cb served a dinner, cafeteria from Oregon City Sunday.
badge and progr. m and free lodging vice stipulations.
with a guarantee.
The public is
Endeavor Union and holds offices in style, help yourself as many times
! and breakfasts, on the Harvard p.a,.
learning, said Mr. Cooke, that the 0f %niertaiiTment.‘
many civic organizations.
-s you wish and pay the doctor. No land Wednesday.
POST TO DANCE
purchase o f a used car from an auth
Mr. and Mrs, Henry Heipie enter
P. N. Riley, secretary o f the fed- casualties were reported to Superin-
orized dealer does not carry the risk
tained the American Legion and
, , .
. . . .
•„ , tendent R. E. Beck,
The regular tri-weekly dance o f
erated clubs o f Marion will be a
W OULD E X TE N D ELEC. L IN E
Auxiliary, Monday, with an even o f “ bargains” from a used car lot.
the American Legion, Carl Douglas
guest o f the evening.
BIG COUUGER BRO U G H T D O W N ing o f cards.
Post, No. 74, will be held at the
A- meeting wag held at T u n n el.
The Oak Grove community club is
Mrs. J. L. Hewitt o f Portland
Eagle Creek hall on Saturday night,
hall Tuesday evening to discuss th
leaving nothing undone which w ill
A couger measuring about eight spent Saturday with her sister, Mrs.
There will be a bazaar and dinnor poss.bilities o f extending the eiectri March 26, Beers orchestra will fu r
make fo r a good time at this meet- fe e t
downJ>>' S. E. Wooster,
given by the ladies’aid o f the Metho- | light line front the R. H. Currin res nish the music. Everyone is invited.
H erbert H uxley a few days ago. The
Mrs. W. A. Heylman was in Port- dist church at the I.O.O.F. hall on ider.ee throughout Uurrinsvtile. Vet.
mg. They have an orchestra to play bountieg on the animal «mounted to
April 1. The whole afternoon and i-uc..s ot roriiund wag p.es.-i.. .
during the dinner which will be serv- j 35 and the pelt hag alg0 been goi d. land Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs W. J. Mooro were in evening will be given over to a frolic g.ve information.
ed at 6 o ’clock and other musical The kill was made in the vicinity
in which foolish costumes will vie
Chester A. Lyons, superintendent
numbers are to be scattered through o f Squaw Mountain where Mr. Hux-
o f tho parents’ schools o f Portland,
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Maupin and fo r Prizes. The sale will consist o f
ley has a cabin which he built fo r
addressed the parent-teachers’ asoci-
A t 5:80 a dinner
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his use while he was grazing cattle Robert Currin o f Dodge Park were »ueful articles.
Foliowing the usual custom o f the .
ntion here Tuesday evening.
he dinner guests o f Mrs. Robert wil1 be served. During the evening
in the mountains a few years ago,
Lyons is experienced In dealing with
there will be a large program o f fun
union, there w ill be many short talks
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M. E. CH URCH NEW S
the problems o f discipline in thc
rather than a fe w lengthy ones. It I
The Fred Brown fam ily, fo r the and fr o l‘c’
Every ° ne ig cordially
19 a.m. Sunday School, subjtc
school and home and told many in
,-iast two years residents o f Salem,
is o la -- ’
c leports from each £arly A lte r» Ablaze
W orks o f a True Christian. ’
cidents o f young people being saved
organization represented as to the
With Human Sacrifices have moved back in their home here.
* i a.m. Preaching, s u b je c f’ Salv.. to useful lives by tactful parent sup
Mr. and Mrs. A lva Smith and Mr.
ion. ’ Tit. 2:11.
A plea fo r less speed in
work which has been done by them
Throughout the uges men have made
and Mrs. Wallace Smith drove to
t.; .3u p.m. Young People's meeting modern life was made.
during the past year. Other phases human sacrifices whenever they were
o f the work o f the greater union ,,n,|pr adversity and felt that the gods
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leen Skinner entertained at a de-
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were athirst. H. G. Wells paints n
Herman Gohring made a bustness li(ihtful cftW noon o f bridjfGi * atUr.
There was a good attendance ¡. numbers.
w ill be presented by picked speakers „ r]lplli(. plrtlire of „ *ceIle thot mny trip to Linnton, Wednesday.
day, March 19 at the home o f Mrs .he services last Sunday.
This time the meeting will Come have occurred In the dawn of n pre-
Mr. and Mrs. W illiam Straight o f Mae Reed. High score was won by in bunday bchool. Meet with us. Vt.
DRAWS 15 FINE
on Thursday, a day Which conflicts historic day about the vast stone nl- Olympia, W ashington, Visited O'd Mrs. W allace Smith. Thoae present will do thee good.
\\ o want ou
with the prayermee'Ung services in ,nr* " » ,he Wiltshire uplands at Stone-
church to be a church with a wt,
E. G. Tucker o f route 1, Esta-
I,«- lieugf. In England— the Druhl priests friends here Monday. The Straights w ere: Mesdames Mae Reed, Russell
Reed, Wallace Smith, Raymond Love- com « to ail. Coma.
enda, paid a fine o f $5 in Justice
with horribly painted musks, the air lived here several years ago.
seemed unavoidable, it was said by ||f
uninnK the people who
batuiuay, n.st, the scou. mt^s - W ooster’s court Saturday fo r run
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Murray have iace, Mary Alice Reed, Claudia Plank
and twenty scouts went on a h.kc
have come wearing their _ very best moved here from Portland and arc and Kathleen Skinner,
ning his car without proper license
Kagi* Creek falls. A band o f g. . plates.
The public is invited to the meet- shin garments for the occasion and occupying one o f the W ill Cary
Mr. Tucker! had sent his
ings o f the greater union o f clubs the helpless victims gazing toward the houses. Mr. Murray is employed by
from nine to thirteen will go on
money to Salem fo r new plater but
and membership in one o f the local di-tant smoking altars upon which the P. E. P. Co,
hike next Saturday, leaving tn. because o f conflict between his appli
church at 1 p.m.
clubs is not required. Eastern Clack- f ! i r e
cation and thu motor title law, thc
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Hayden are the
amas usually has a large delegation
the Practice of
S. A. Simms
Tho he -1 iiiiiIn, i ' m should be read, not
money wag returned. Tucker is hav
, i .„ui
human sacrifice became more elab-
nowu liven if n |>u,-t jins written an
ing difficulty in getting thc nec
present and much valuable ad.-Or- ^
Tlip reasons and occaglong for pound baby girl, born Thursday
epic, une linin'^ ii-Moelutlnn with him
Using has been given this section by |ll|I|mn S111.rlfice were codified. The morning at Gresham.
essary affidavits which would clear up
C H R IS T IA N CHURCH
may ilestmy the most idolatrous read-
his title and meanwhile is deprived o f
most civilized races decided that an
Mr. Boffman from camp 8 is laid ef'a Illusion of him.
the use o f his car.
entire community might be cleansed off work with a bad thumb.
Your favorite humorist mny turn
The Christian church o f Estacac.
of an epidemic or saved from other
ut to lie an ordinary person, dull In .s pulling special empha* 3 on i
Miss M argaret Fashing niece o f
calamity by tlds barbarous means.
Dr. Rhodes is spending a few days •
um ; o f the spoken word. Or wlint Sunday morning worship and Sunt.
here on her spring vacation from O yon believe to lie the greatest living, School, as our minister cannot i
novelist mny prove to lie n little peev
Postmaster A. N. Johnson has
here fo r the evening service. So 1
just received word from the fourth
Dr. and Mr*. E. K. Scott o f Port ish man whose ftil.se teeth do not fit,
lake a special effort to get ou
made intolerant hy nervous Indigestion
Bill Thornton, still suffering from
land w ere visitors at H. C. Stephen’s
Sunday morning to Sunday Sell’ c
Da tile wrote n sohttet to his Bea
a fall he had the n;ght before at
charge o f rural mails, that an exten
In any case, says Corra Harris In and church, everyone is cordially t, Portland, when Oscar Butler tessed
trice at ftlne years: Tasso wrote
sion o f twelve miles has been al poetry at ten, and Pascal was a pro
the Saturday Evening Post, some vited to worship with us. It is it.
him over his head with a wrist lock
lowed on Route 2 out o f Estacada. found thinker at the age of thirteen.
writer whom you have admired for hi* possible fo r Mr. Mushy to be with u
and rendered him unconscious fo r
The route now covers the Dodge dis- Jonathan Edwards was famous at
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high notes In the purpling shadows of us next Sunday but the pulpit \vi
15 minutes, was unable to stay with
trict and the extension w ill begin at twelve. Goethe wrote a story In sev-
be supplied and Mr. Husby wil« b.
Donovan, the youth from Idaho,
the bridge over the Clackamas river en languages when he was ten; Vol- bridge club Wednesday. A delicious v<’nl t" some meanly critical view* of with us again on the follow.ng Su.
when they met on the mat at the
uncheon was served, followed by " len ‘lul,e contrnr.v to the noble sen day.
at Estacada, thence east to Faraday tnlre was busy as a writer at thirteen,
Liberty theatre Tuesday evening.
and thence to C. G. Danielson’s. The n"d Calderon was writing poetry at bridge.
Mrs. Don Allen won high L '" !!!!'! h^ b° —
'.1 ,h" f
The first fall went to Thornton
because he was in n divine mood
score and Mrs. Ted Ahlberg second
return will be made by way o f Ed. th« sn" " ’ "»*•
when he wrote It. nnd the tiling mere
after 17 minutes o f fas. work when
Linn’s past the Lingelbaugh ranch
vi(’,nr M" e° «""p o s e d "tsfamene” Those present w ere: Mesdames Her
ly Interprets his mood, not his normal
a crab hold took effect.
at fifteen, nnd by the time be \fn*
3 homes i. Kirkwood, Pastor
man Gohring, Ted Ahlberg, Robert Mind, which may he a mean little
and down the Reagan hill to thc
two falls were gained in 7 and 3
twenty had published fonr of his vnl-
postoffice, returning by about 1 O'
nnios. Pope wrote Ills ode to “ .Soli Currin, Don Allen, Raymond Love mimi.
minutes by Donovan with Jap arm
clock. The service will begin April tude" at twelve, nnd Ills "Pastorals” lace and the hostess.
Sunday school at 10 a.m., M
bars. It was not thc belief o f most
CLACKAMAS DRIVE POPULAR Shearer, superintendent.
16. The route is being carried by four years Inter Moore translated
o f the fans that Donovan could have
O. E. Syron.
“ Altflcreen" nt thirteen, nnd Byron
Service o f worship al 11. Sermci gained the victory had Thornton
was already writing verses at twelve,
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A prominent business man o f Esta- subject: “ Forgiveness and the Frui
been in good condition.
and hy the time lie was eighteen years
HIS IDEA OF A JOKE
A lovely St. Patrick's party was cada wag held up in a traffic jam at o f Forgiveness.” Following the sir
W. E. Parker, the strong man o f
Bob Marchbank, manager o f the
given by Mrs. Edward Linn, Friday, Clackamas last Sunday. He was be- .non, the newly-elected officers o f th(
'he I.aDoe outfit, <hf.i!crg ! Thorn
Liberty theatre, has his own ideas o f ’dirties«,
St. Patrick decorations hind a string o f cars and thought it hristian Endeavor society wi.l be in
ton fo r a return match on the May
an April fool joke. He is advertis
were very effectively used.
High would be interesting to note how I stalled.
5. Parker gays that h„ has been in
ing two shows fo r the dates o f April
score went to Mrs. Dave Eshclman many o f them took the Clackamas
chi.'stmn Endeavor meeting in th. training ever since the bout o f Feb
1 and 2 with no increase in price o f
and consolation to Mrs. Herman Valley highway and how many o f evening at the church topic: “ Whn'
ruary 22 in which he lost to Thorn
Those enjoying^the after- them kept to the main highway when Docs a Missionary do?” Matt. 10:5 ton and believe* that he will best thc
The Gorilla Hunt is the title o f
noon were: Mesdames Don Allen, the jam broke. He was a little sur-
Portland grappler when they meet
10. Clifford Greenstreet, leader.
one o f the pictures, and what will
March 25— Community club mee' Robert Currin, Herman Gohring prised to find that ten out o f eleven
On Friday evening, March 25, again.
Thornton wants to mc<
take but a short time to witness on at the Estacada hotel.
Dave Eshelman, Harold Stephens, cars turned into the Clackamas Val-
here will be a program in the chur h Donovan any time a fter that on a
John Richards. W. R. Rhodes, Albert ley highway.
There is no prettier
the screen, actually took three years
beginning at 8 o’clock, at which Mrs winner-take-all basis.
The thrills are all there
A p ril 1— M. E. Ladies’ Aide Eas- Kitching, W ill Cary, Nina Ecker drive out o f Portland than the loop
Edyth Tozier Weathered will speak
which were experienced by Ben ter Bazaar at the I. 0. 0. F. hall Ted Ahlberg, Ed. Steinman, Henry which can be made through Estacada
on Oregon history. Mrs. W eatheve-
TO CO RRECT A M IS T A K E
Burnbridge and his party with none afternoon and evening.
Heipie, Sylvester Lawrence, Loyd covering both sides o f the Clacka-
is well known over the state as an
Ewalt. Arthur Smith and the hostess, mas river.
o f the dangers he encountered. Can-
interesting and entertaining speaker,
Little Wanda K rieger tells ng that
nibals, pigmies and missing links wiM
April 8— Minstrel show, benefit M
and has made a life study o f the hist- we made a grave mistake in tfie last
be at the Lib erty A pril First, no E. LadieS* Aid.
High school audi-
ory o f Oregon. A t the close o f the issue o f the News, two o f them, In
program, the ladies will sell refresh- f*ct.
She informs us that we le ft
ments, the proceeds to go to the out two names from the list o f guests
B R IN G P E N C ILS TO CLUB M EET
A pril it— (E ven in g) and April 9
at her birthday party.
(2:30 p m .)— Red Grange in “ One
Peggy Zeyen and Eldrid Edcnhofer.
It is suggested by the program .Minute to Play,” at the Liberty
George Sunday school at 2 p.m. It was a mistake and we are glad to
committee o f the Eastern Clackamas theatre. An Alumni benefit.
One o f the prettiest view* in the .-atts the route by which the immi- Church services at 3. There wili be correct it.
community club that pencils and pa
state may be had from a point on th« grant train* came to the
western a short meeting o f the scaaion at the
per should be brought by those at
18-19 — " T h e
south side o f the river about three country. Estacada is seen
on the close o f the service.
HIT SHO AM GWINE BE
tending because there will be many W reck” at the Liberty theatre
miles west o f the Springwater grade, southwest slope sf tho foot hills. It congregational meeting wili be held
things worth jo ttin g down in th « ad-
The highway comes close to the bank *s easily distinguished from any other at the church Tuesday evening, Mar
It will be a noble entertainment
dress o f J. C. Racher. Portland land-
May 24-25-26— Doug Fairbanks in o f the Clackamas river which makes other town in the state by the covers 29
that the minstrels will give at the
The meeting will
“The Black P irate." at the Liberty a bend there. It is a 200 foot drop fo r the ginseng beds which face this
EAGLE CREEK CHURCH
high school auditorium April 8.
be held in the Estacada hotel on theatre.
j down to th « water level and a won- observation point.
Good fun and good music are prom-
Friday evening and will b « illustrated
derful panorama is before one when
A name should be given this place.
F.agle Creek Sunday School a1 ised and th« warning that you « 3
with beautiful pictures o f flowers
Watch fo r dates on the great pic- he stand* on the brink o f this cliff Picture Point has been suggested. 10:30 a.m. Christian Endeavor at always regret it if you don't go Is
and gardens which will show what
ture. “ The Lost W orld,” which will The old ford o f the Oregon T rail Pirhapa ther« is a name by which a 7:16 pm . Church service at 7-45 being issued.
There was an err.
may be done to improve our home
be at the Liberty soon. is immediately below and a notch in fe w know i t
I f so it would be There will be a meeting o f the se* made in announcing the place aa th-
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th « Cascade* may be Htu which indi- w«U to make it widely known.
»ion at th « close o f the service.
Methodist church last week.
WHERE TO WORSHIP
RURAL ROUTE NO. 2
IS EXTENDED 12 MILES
BY BILL DONOVAN
S C E N IC S P O T N E E D S TO BE
G IV E N D IS T IN C T IV E N A M E