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Devoted to the Interests ot Eastern Clackamas County
ESTACADA. OREGON, THUSDAY. APRIL 28, 1027
LOCAL FRUIT NGT HIT
BY FREEZING WEATHER
WHERE TO WORSHIP
News from the Neighboring Towns
Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Cleworth of
Portland spent the week-end with
There will be Revival services
Mr. Clcworth’s parents, Mr. and Mrs.
every evening. Come and worship
Emery Keller wont to Wilsonville
Arrangements Made For Bonafit
Widespread Damage in Northwest
Mr. and Mrs. George Weiderhold
Claudia Plank and Kathleen Skin
Sunday and brought back Mrs. White with us. The Gospel wo preach is
Show at Liberty Theatre
ner went to Independence Saturday, of Vancouver, Washington, were who is the sister of Mrs. G. W. Kel- only to spiritual admonition. We
Does No Harm to Nearby
Vivian Gorham was in Portland j guests of Mrs. Dew and family over ^
Mrg Whit# who j8 g0 yecra of persuade you to flee from the way
! ihe week-end
age and paralyzed in her lower limbs, of death unto life. The way of
More lumber end nails will bo
Mr. and Mrs. Jack . Balcom
, ! Mrs.
, R. , S. _ Chaney
. , entertained . at . fl is to reside With Mr. and Mrs. Keller,
Frosts of last week which have
for the proposed commu
peace in the
of Bridalvale visited at the home of j card party Saturday evening, Cole- h
brought alarming reports from many
at Estacada by the show
Oliver Baker and wife of Portland
of the fruit districts of the west did Mrs. Balcom’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. brating her birthday. The guests
7 of tho picture “Up
were Mr. and Mrs. H. Klinker, Chris visited Mrs. Baker’s father, Joe Ke!- I
^ ev' Mr:* E- W. Ward. Mr in Mabel’s Room” at the Liberty
no damage whatever to the fruit of Charles Norris.
Mr. and Mrs. Warren Charles of
ler, over the week-end. They at -1 Mott, and a band of young people theatre.
this section so far as we can learn.
Oregon City spent Sunday at the J. Mrs. Dew, John Dew, Otto _ Paulsen
the monthly social of the T rom the North Pacific Evangelistic
Losses have been reported which F. Lovelace home.
It is the plan of the backers of
Mr. . and Mrs.
, J * , , ,
j iP.T.A. on Saturdav night and de- Institute of Portland will have full the community house project to have
run as high as 55r/r damage. This
. . . .
Sam Dunlop drove down from Marie Klinker, and Frank , _ Howard.'
of all the Sunday services at
. , dared they had enjoyed it lmniense-
was to the Hood River cherry crop. Seattle Thursday for a few days.
Mrs. Louise Harders of Portland j
11, 3, and 8 o’clock. Come and he::- some entertainment each month with
tho proceeds going toward the erec
Inquiry rmong the prune growers
Mr. and Mrs. Gus Wilcox visited is visiting her son, Ed Harders.
John Keller and wife went to Sa this great woman preacher and Bible |
here indicates that no alarm is felt in Salem Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Rendlenian of Port lem on a busines trip Tuesday. Mr student. There will be groat preach tion of a building to take care of the
concerning this crop. The frost did
Mr. and Mrs. Dodson and Mr. and land were Sunday guests of Mr. and Keller is still taking treatments from ing, great singing, and a great tniin' civic activities. Two surh affairs
have already been held and a tidy
no harm and pollenization on the Mrs. Vernon Hassell of Aberdeen, Mrs. Leo Rath.
a specialist in Portland and is feeling festation of God’s redeeming grace. sum is now on hand,
lower levels is already completed Washington are here for a few deys.
Mrs. Peter Paulsen called on Mrs. much better.
—*F. A. Simms
due to the warm days of this week
Mrs Homer Sarver and two child- H. Paulsen on Saturday afternoon.
The Coining event, “Up In Mabel’s
Rev. Levi Johnson and his son,
and, on the higher ground where the ren of p ortiand are visiting at the E.
Mr. and Mrs. Held entertained the Douglas, of Estacada were at Hillock-
Room", with the vivacious Marie
season is a week later, conditions E Hannah home this week,
following guests on Sunday for din burn on Saturday making arrange
Provost in the leading rolo, is a co
are now right for pollenization.
Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Smith drove ner: Mrs. Marie Klinker, Chris
medy full of amusing situations. A
1. Kirkwood, Fastor
ments for the coming season. They
chorus will be heard in Plantation
Klinker, Mr, and Mrs. H. Klinker, have reason to believe that this sum
J. G. Hayman, local representa- to Salem Monday,
Melodies and Solos, duets, and trios,
tive for Libby, McNeil & Libby,
Robert Gard was the guest of his and »on Elmer.
mer will be a very busy time up
The Sunday school meets at 1C
Mr. Charles Mathew spent Sunday there. Each summer the camp is
adding to tho enjoyment of the eve
says that for some reason the logan- cousin, Matt Lonsberry, Sunday,
tm ., Mr. Shearer, superintendent.
ning. Two clever little elocution
berry situation is not so promising
Ted Howe of Oregon City spent on his ranch accompanied by Mist becoming more popular and move
Morning worship at 11. Subject ists, Betty and Ruth Barr, will also
as it was at this time last year. The the week-end with his parents,
widely known due to the purity of “What Shall I Do with My Life?”
vines do not seem to be as thrifty.
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Linn and two Mrs. Morrow, all of Portland.
the atmosphere, with its life-givin? This is Vocation Day and the young be present to give readings.
There is no explanation as to why children, Gladys and Orvill, of
Tickets will be on sale tomorrow
qualities, and the beauty of the sur people arc especially urged to be pre
the vitality of the plants should be Springdale visited relatives here Sun- family entertained Mr. and Mrs. rounding mountains.
at the community club meet
Warwick and son Dickey of Portland
lower and tho condition may change day.
A 10*4 pound baby boy came to
Christian Endeavor meets in th'
later in the season.
Mrs. Annie Davis Lowden of Port- over the week-end.
bless the home of Mr. and Mrs. evening at the church, at which tim
Mrs. Tucker spent Sunday with Clarence Jubb on Saturday. It
No great activity among the buy- land visited relatives in Garfield
N. O. W. PARTY
will be heard echoes from the State
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Wilson.
ers has been noted as yet this season last week.
seemed as though the future logging Convention, which closed last Sun
Mrs. Harold Joyner and little was going to have to be done by
although frost damage in other com-
Ed Boner and Raymond Lovelace
r.’.un’ties should reflect in higher attended the ball game in Portland daughter, Iva Mae, called on Mrs. W. ladies, but now Mr. Jubb is rejoicing day in Oregon City.
Fifteen tables of "500" were
Held on Saturday afternoon.
when the neighbors of Wood
prices for the local product.
at the arrival of a real live boy in
Evelyn Hayworth went to Stayton
George Willing visited with Har camp.
craft held their monthly party in the
old Miller on Saturday.
Masonic Hall Thursday evenin.
Mrs. Sharp and Mrs. McCarter of
GIANT TESLA COIL
Mrs. Britenstein of Portland
Mr. and Mrs. Will Larsen of Port Portland were visiting at the home
H:gh honors in cards wont to Mrs.
BUILT BY LOCAL MAN caued orl her daughter, Mrs. Coon land spent Sunday with their parents
Sunday school meets at 2 p. m.
of their brother, Clarence Jubb, on Mss Flora Lins, superintendent Don Allen of Bull Run and Mr.
Boyer, for a Short time Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. T, J. LarSen.
Klinker of George, while consola
Credit for constructing a Tesla
Lovelace went to Portland
Church service at 3. It is hope
There was a dance given in the
went to Miss Renson and Em
coil which has produced the highest for the hall gams Sunday, returning hall Saturday night,
that the message will be particularly
ery Cromer, both of Logan. A
of her heavy hens on Tuesday, som< interesting to young people.
voltage of any electrical apparatus Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Miller and Miss
dainty lunch was served followed by
on the Pacific coast goes to G. L.
Thelma Wilcox is now employed guests of Mr.and Mrs. Robert Miller of them weighing as much as 8 lbs
On Saturday evening the P.T A.
Rose, son of G. P. Rose of Estacada, at tj,e Hogg Furniture store in Ore- and family over the week-end.
who, with a classmate in the Nation- gon Ejty
to be a very popular affair. There
al Electrical school at Los Angeles,
7 he ggtacada Band played at the
was a full house. Everyone seemed
has hooked up two 500-cycle alter- Rebekah Convention in Milwaukie,
Sunday school at 10:30 a.m., Mr
nator* in parallel and synchronized Saturday.
William Sanders, superintendent
Mrs. Don Allen entertained at a
pressed much appreciation of all the
them. Thu is the first time this bar
Mrs. Dave Eshelman has been
Mr. Knowles and family of Port items offered. With the exception Christian Endeavor at 7:16 p. m luncheon and afternoon of bridge at
ever been done.
quite ill but is much better now.
land visited their homestead here of the chairman it was a ladies affni
her home in Bull Run Thursday.
vice is planned to be helpful to the
An article is being prepared for
Mrs. Fred Bartholomew and son, Sunday.
throughout. Taking part in the pro young people in their choice of a life
Guests were: Mrs. Mae Reed, Mr..
Science and Invention which will de- Walter, visited in Gresham Saturday,
Mrs. Clara Meilike of Oregon gram, besides tho ladies of Dode-e
Currin, Mrs. Sam Dunlop
work. All are cordially invited.
scribe the experiments of the two
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Linn of Port- City spent the week-end at her ranch
Mrs. Christensen of Portland, Mrs
Moore, Mis. Herman OoP
land spent Sunday with relatives.
H. Horner of Springwater, and MV
ling, Mrs. Harry Smith, and Mrs.
A dance was given at the Baker
A voltage of 4 million ha* already
Chester Womer of Portland was
Fahy, also of Springwater. Afte:
Raymond Lovelace. High score was
hall Saturday night,
been obtained. By doubling the intown Sunday.
the program ice cream, candy, am
won by Mrs. Robert Currin and
Mr. and Mrs. Vallen of Scots
current they are hoping*'to get TVa
Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Thornton of
coffee were on sale and cake wa;
Our Dodge correspondent submit second by Mrs. Sam Dunlop.
million volts at a public demonstra- Salem spent Sunday with Mrs. Thorn- Mills visited relatives here Sunday. free to all. There were quite r
ted a short biographical sketch o'
Mr. and Mrs. Dan Stahlnecker
tion which will be held next week, ton’s mother, Mrs. Jack Moss. Mr.
number of people from outside th he late Ira Lacey this week whic’.
An idea of the strength of this cur- Thornton is a recruiting officer for called at the O. Martin home in Tim district, twenty or more conr'n
will be published shortly. Th's is a
ber Grove Tuesday.
rent may be gained by noting the the navy in Salem,
from Springwater. The prcgrz.v feature which has been cohtempla
Mr. and Mrs. A Stauffer and
effect on common materials. A
Erwin Sagner, who has been em-
consisted of many fine numbers be
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Jones enter
block of cement is melted and fused ployed in and near Reno, Nevada, family were guests at the M. Park sides the humorous play entitle ted for the NEWS for some time tained with an evening of cards
into glass in a few seconds. The for two years is home on a ten-day home Thursday evening.
“Those Husbands of Ours”. Every be prepared, a series will be lun cor Wednesday. High honors were won
Harley Freeman of Colton visited
The best commercial insulators are vacation.
hy Mrs. Ed Steinman end Lawrence
body enjoyed himself and the parij
melted in less than a minute's expo-
Jaok Moss and Ted Hardes came the old home place Monday. His did not break up until nearly Sunday memorr.tmg the old pioneers wfc Webber and consolations by Mrs.
started this prosperous community
sure to the current.
down *rom LaDee logging camp for many friends will be glad to hear
If the readers of the NEWS will sui Webber and A. G. Ames.
that he is regaining his health.
Young Rose will graduate in June Sundaj
enjoying the evening wore
Rev. Dunlop of Portland spent the
UPPER EAGLE CREEK mit short biographies or even inu Mr. Those
but plans to continue on the expert
and Mrs. Otto Higgins. Mr. end
cate whose lives should he reviewe ’
week-end on his ranch across the
mental work which he has started.
it will help to make this feature r Mr. Earl McConnell, Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Douglr.""
A. G. Ames, Mr. and Mrs. Albert
Mrs. E. T. Dresser of Hood River
Betty Jean, Edythe Peters, Mr. an
Kitching, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence
GRANGE WILL GIVE DANCE receently spent the week-end with
Friday night the Christian Endea Mrs. Roy Douglass, and childre
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kit
her siater, Mrs. G. T. Baker.
vor will give an entertainment and called on Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Hall
PIONEERS TO CELEBRATE
ching, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Ste'nr.ian,
Garfield Grange will give a dance
Mr. and Mrs. N. W. McMillan of pie social at the local Grange hall. our new neighbors, Thursday even
Mrs. Lena Underwood, Irma Jones,
in the Grange hall Saturday night. California are visiting at the home The program to be presented has ing.
Commemorrting the ,c 4th anniver Ted Kiggins, and Phi! Steinman.
The first dance of the season given of Margaret Schock. Mrs. McMillan been made possible under the direc
Mrs. George White, Mrs. Rox .nnn sary of the first American govern
three weeks ago was well attended, will be remembered as Mabel Fan- tion of Mrs. Weatherby.
Clester, Mrs. Odell, and Mrs. R. B ment on the Pacific coa.t in 1843
ning, a resident here for several
Quite a number of young people Gibson called on Mrs. Akers and he.
A SECRET NOT PATENTED
are planning to come from Oregon mother, Mrs. Stone, Thursday after the pioneers and citizens of Orego .
will gnther together at Champoe-
Dr. Ella Smith of Portland visited City to join in the fun of the pie noon.
The nine Ohio formers whe, each
Park on Saturday, May 7 for their
her sister, Mrs. Herbert Huxley, social.
Little Jean Sarver of Portland this week.
Mildred Huggins left Friday for Tuesday and had her mother, Mrs. 27th celebration of Founders’ Day. produced more than .300 bushels of
celebrated her oth birthday, April
Mrs. Noel Sarver of Portland Tillamook, Oregon, where she ex Stone, who had an operation some
Everyone will bring b: skrt dir. potatoes on an acre last season have
26, at the home of her grandmother,
Tuesday with Mrs. Tillie Sar pects to stay for some time with her
and the time until 1 .30 p. m a farm relief system of their own
weeks ago, brought out to her home
Mrs. E. E. Hannah. The little J
will be spent in eating and exchang but it is not patented, not exclusive
grandmother, Mrs. Everett.
to spend a few weeks.
It is available to every farmar.
guests who enjoyed the party were
Mrs. Tom Carter and children of
Mark Sutton is home from a Port
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Woodle werr ing greetings. At 1 :30 the progra
Wanda Krieger, Leona Jossey, Star- Portland are here for a few days.
Some farmers produced only one
will begin, presented under the au
land hospital where he has been con Gresham wisitors on Thursday.
ley and Brooks Snyder, Margaret
hundred bushels of potatoes to the
Mr. and Mrs. Ted Ahlberg played fined for some time.
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Hannah were
and Vernon Betts, Richard Rose, two numbers over KEX Tuesday
ciation and the Oregon Historical acre last season, some as few as
Mrs. Colt, with her daughters
James Simms. Johnny Stormer, Dor evening when the P. E. P. Co. gave Vera and Velma, and Kenneth Brown the week-end guests of Mrs. Han Society, represented by P. H. D’Arcj fifty bushels.
nah’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter
othy Snyder, Phyllis Carey, and Jean a half hour program.
and George H. Himes, re: pectivcly.
There is no urge at this time for
spent Sunday at the home of Homer Douglass.
and Richard Sarver.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Steinman and Glover.
Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm Woodle and T. C. Elliott of Walla Walla, Wash increased food production, but a
Mrs. Henry Heiple drove over to the
Next Friday evening, May 6, the children were the dinner guests of ington, will present the address of greater production from fewer uc, e
River Tuesday and joined second of a series of social evenings Mr. and Mrs. Ray Woodle Sunday. the afternoon. Besides the main means less investment in land, Its •
CHANCE OF EDITOR
Mr. Heiple in a fishing trip.
will be held at the home of Mr. and
Mr. and Mrs. Dick Gibson, Mr. address, there will be many other plowing a,id planting and cultivat
Mrs. Arthur Cogswell. Radio music, and Mrs. Ray Woodle, and Mr. and interesting numbers.
On May 1. Walter Pauli, formerly
Flood, drought and unseasonable
of the Seattle Poet-Intelligencer,
plete the evening's entertainment.
Mrs. Will Douglass Sunday evening of Portland about half way between frosts cannot be prevented. They
will take up the dutiee of managing
The Currinsviila and Eagla Creek
Mrs. Katie Douglass called on Donald and Newberg. Pioneers, brin<? had luck to the best formers
editor on the NEWS. Mr. Pauli has
baseball teams met in their return Mrs. T. C. McKay Sunday afternoon. sons and daughters of pioneers, and bu^ selection of the best land for
been in charge of the mechanical
April 29—Community club meet-
clash Tuesday on the Eagle Creek
Mr. and Mra. George Douglass citizens of Oregon in general are ¡certain crops, certified seed, good
department of this paper for some ;ng, at the Estacada Hotel,
field. The returns yielded the vie-1 çâI1#d on Mr. and Mra. Krad Hoff- nvited to be present and Join in the ; fertilizer and plenty of it and scien-
time and has had a wide experience
- - -
tific methods will spell success in
in both the mechanical and editorial
April 29—C. E. program and «octal tory to Currinsviila. Two regular ! majaUr Monday tvtning_
farming in the long run.—Toledo
players on the home team were un-, Mi„ Edvtha peterg and Mra R
work of newepapere and other pub- at Eagle Creek Grange hall,
lications. He will be aesieted by his
- - -
\kers Monday evening.
wife who is also experienced in re-
18-19 — "The Nervous local’s expected progrès#.
Each team has won one game and
Fa(tle Creek Granjre m(t at th# who has smoked for eighty-one
porting and in linotype operation. Wreck” at the Liberty theatre.
Now that we have gotten Peaches
And yet some modern fla-
probably be pUyed off 10rmn|re Hall with about .35 present. ^
Browning and the Pig Woman off
Douglas Johnson will again take
during the second week in May.
including the children and one visi
the first page and Congress has real
active charge of Hillockbum, of
May 24-25-26—“The Lost World '
Mrs. Emma West and Miss Fern tor. The regular routine of busi think it is up-to-date.
ly adjourned, what are the poor met
which he has been superintendent at the Liberty theatre.
Clute attended the last Clackamas ness was transacted followed by a
ropolitan newspapers going to do?
for the past two years. Hillock-
County teachers' meeting of this short program. The visitor, Mrs.
The price of eggs is said to be low-
The women can copy men’s clothes
burn is the mountain camp of the
May 29-30— "The Yankee Clip- term held in Sandy last Saturday.
Minnie E. Bond, state lecturer, made er this spring than for many years and wear their hair cut the masru-
Firet Presbyterian church of Port- per” will be at the Liberty Theatre
Mr. and Mrs. N. P. Phillips of Os
but as yet nobody has offered any line way, but they are going to be
land end during the summer will be with William Boyd, the famous star wego, Mr. and Mrs. Olsen and Fred an interesting talk.
Edna Heiple was initiated in the legislation for the relief of the Ame- up aga.nst it if whiskers ever came
the scene of boy»’ and girl«’ camps of the “Volga Boatman”, in the title
t first and second degree*.
| back into style.
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