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Devoted to the Interests ot Eastern Clackamas County
ESTACADA, OREGON, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1927
LOCAL AND PERSONAL
Miss Alva Mny Davidson has start-
lllJ ed in school here in the 4th grade.
Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Harkenrider
The Springwater Fair was a de
! spent the week end in Portlund.
cided success in every way. They
had one o f the finest days that any
Mrs. Harkenrider is on the sick list
one could wish for and had some of
the beet displays that anybody could
find even though they went to a
Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Sparks and
much larger fair. The Springwater
baby spent the week cud in Portland
fair board deserves a lot of credit for
putting a thing like this over in the
Miss Ruth Dillon is working for a
manner that it was put over. They
while each day at the bank now.
,Vad one o f the best crowds that they
have, ever had at any previous fair,
Rev. A. DeMay will preach at the
people coming from all parts of the
M. E. church Sunduy morning.
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county and they are beginning to
considered the Springwater Fair an
Clyde Schock have moved in their
annual affair and begin planning on
new house on the Currinsville road.
H a ro ld C. Stim so n , D o n o r A n n u ally,
attending weeks before hand.
of a Fine Heifer; Club Girl, C arm e n
course the Fair was well advertised in
J. A. Sommer and wife are expect
D anie l — 1926 W in n e r — A n d Her
one sense of the word but it being a
ed home some time this week.
Free Fair it was impossible for them
to advertise it very extensively. This
Mrs. C. L. Ross and son o f Port
owner of the famous Hollywood
is one of the best ways to display the
land visited at the Art Smith home
Farm of Washington, presents a
products of the Springwater district
splendid Holstein heifer for the
a few days this week.
and show the people outside what
best work, in Livestock activities,
they nre really doing. Once more
done by Club boys and girls in the
Lenord Davis killed a deer one day
we say that the Springwater Fair
Northwest. Carmen Daniel of Cove,
last week in the Squaw Mountain
was in the hands o f men that knew vicinity.
Oregon, outstanding Club girl in
Holstein activities in the United
what it took to put on a Fair and
States for 1926. was the winner of
they sure did what they thought was
Albert Adlon and Mrs. C. F. Hurst
last y» ar’s award.
the beat for the Fair.
drove to Portland and Oregon City
Over 11,000 boys and girls are do
who attended came away at the end Thursday.
ing Club work in Oregon, an equal
o f the day declaring themselves high
ly large number in Washington, and
ly pleased with what they had learn
Albert Adlon is at the coast fish
ed and saw.
ing for a couple weeks. He has been
Mrs. Ellen Patterson and Mr. Will
visiting relatives here.
Porter o f Upper Garfield visited
You have undoubtedly been reading
their sister Mrs. John Page of Esta
in the daily newspapers the accounts
Mrs. Will Bell and son David of
o f the American Legion and the Aux Sandy ridge were calling at the J. S. cada on Thursday.
ilary nt their convention in France. Denning home Monday evening.
While you read these things you do
I Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Irvin visited in
not want to forget that Estacada has
Mr. F. N Formap and family re Boring Oregon at the home o f her
a representation there in the person turned from their ranch up near An daughter Mrs. Hillard the first part
o f Mrs. J. Wilcox o f Antelope, who telope last. week.
o f the week.
is the state president o f the Ameri
can Legion Auxilary. She was also
Roy Douglass and family were vis
Curried veal is a good dish to serve
in the parade that was held in Paris, iting at the Denning home Sunday
when lima beans are in season, be
France, September 19th.
cause the flavor of curry goes well
with lima beans. Cut 2 pounds of
Mrs. Ben Tannler spent Monday stewing veal into small pieces and
with her daughter Mrs. W. Forbes at simmer in water enough to cover until
Sunday School 10:00 a. m.
almost tender. Then ailo 2 cups of
Preaching 11:00 a. m.
frerh lima beans. In another pan
Epworth League 6:45 p. m.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hitching and cook 1 medium-sized onion, chopped
Owing to the fact that this confer son Roland spent Friday and Satur
fine, and 1-2 a green Depper, chopp
ence Sunday, Mr. A DeMay has con day in Portland visiting.
ed, in » small amount o f butter. Add
sented to fill the pulpit. Everyone
to the meat. When the beans, are
knows Mr. DeMay and we anticipate
Mr. Clossener ar.d family are mov done, thicken the liquid slightly with
a full house.
ing aeiOM the river to Elder Schock's a flour which has been mixed with 1-4
At a meeting of the Sunday School house.
¡teaspoon curry, 1 1-2 teaspoons salt,
board last Tuesday evening officers
and a little cold water. Add 1 cup
and teacher^ were elected for the
Mrs. E. E. Hanna is spending the
.Read cucumber and cook a few min-
ppming year beginning October 2.
week at her daughters, Mrs. Homer
|Utes longer. Sprinkle chopped pars-
rfhe high school class has been re S'arver in Portland.
. Icy over the top when serving.
organized and all young people are
Chicken Tomalies at the Drug Store A Square De>, for tHe Settler Re.
One class was added that o f the I riday 23 sold by the ladies aid o f
ceive. Nafionll, Reco3nitioil
younger married set and older young the M. E. Church.
With the addition o f this
The striking results of organized ef
class, there is a place for everybody
Mr. and Mrs. M. J, Osborne and
from cradle roll to elderly folks. |f family nr Buena Park, California forts in obtaining settlers for unoc
you are not in Sunday School come cousins o f Mrs. John Osborne were cupied farm lands in Oregon is told
in n recent letter to Dr. E. Mead,
and let us make you welcome, care visiting here a few days last week.
Commissioner o f reclamation, from
has been taken to select teachers
W. G. Ide, manager of the Oregon
that will make the lesson interesting.
Mrs. G. H. McCloud, who was taken
A Sunday School Orchestra has to the hospital some weeks ago from State Chamber o f Commerce. The
been organized, bring your insstru- LaDee Camp, has returned to the work was carried on through the
land settlement department o f the
ment and join this happy group of camp and is feeling much better.
Portland and Oregon State Chambers
Plans are being ar
of Commerce and wass finished by
ranged for the intertainment for the
Mr. Glen.i Eiy and Miss Florence
different organizations and we look June Reed will leave Friday fov Cor- the State-Wide Oregon Development
forward to a very successful year
■ i r to attend the A. Q. C. the com Fund especially raised for this pur
pose. The work received the active
cooperation o f the ninety affiliated
Tlie school board and the V. T. A.
August Paulsen of Eastern Oregon Chambers o f Commerce throughout
will sponsor a reception for the teach
the State, the Agricultural College at
prs o f Estacada Schools Friday even and family are visiting at the home of
Corvallis, especially through its ex
ing, September 23rd at the High
service and county agents and
ffehool Auditorium git 8:00 o’clock. rider.
the officials o f the irrigation district.
As a first step in the work a com
Jr = 5 Douglass and wife and Mrs.
mittee o f ten representative business
Master Bennie Kelly was host
men o f Portland met each week to
Thursday evening to a number o f his D.ilics v'sitcd at the J. S. Denning formulate plans.
little friends celebrating his fifth
traveled the State, visited the differ
birthday. Covers were laid for the
ent Chambers o f Commerce in local
Miss Bessie Hunter our third and
Misses Betty and Marelyn Toll, Mar
ities where land settlement was ner-
garet Johier, Joyce Kelly, Master
esaary, assisting them to organize
Clarence Radford, Mrs. J. Toll, Mr.
land settlement committees and also
and Mrs. B. D. Kelly and the little n'ght. Miss Lucile Baker, of Port a separate committee known os an ap
land has charge o t the third and
praisal or approval committee, consis
fourth grade room this week.
ing of nine members— business men
1. frl. Hark, who ran a general sstore
fanners and others who knew land
Rev. Clay, former minister at the
in Estaeade about six or seven years
values and sh o had large public in-
| Christian church, here at one time
ago and who sold out and went on n
but nov. of Turner and We3 Smith ¡teie3t3 but no interest in land sales.
farm was in the New 3 office and re
This committee o f nine was divided
and uncle o f Alva Smith, spent
newed hie subscription the first part Thursday and Friday at the Smith , into subcommittees o f three memb-
t»f the week. Mr. Park says that the home.
lers each: A listing committee to se
farm is all right and he likes it pretty
lect lands suitable for families; an ap
well but that he would prefer to be in
Assistant Forest Supervisor R. T. proval committee to approve the price
the mercantile butenes* again.
Carter and Forest Ranger, A. W. | put upon these lands by the owners
!.i 'st:ong have been at the LaDee and a follow up or welcoming commit
Ben Rawlins was a pleasant caller Ca:np for the past few days superin I tec, whose business it was to call up
at this office Wednesday o f this week tends g the burning o f slashing in on the new »ettler, or cause someone
j to cell on him and his family, mak
and had us to shove his date tag thead ihr.t u ntrirt.
ing them feel at home, getting them
a year and said that he enjoyed the
Spe.,’7 ar.d Hutchinson, the Green acquainted in their locality, and as
Mr. jyawiius» pan bean on a
(* u umnltis vacation up at the Henry Stamps corporation had a couple of sisting them in community affairs.
Kirk Mill taking the place o f one of ladies here the first part o f the week
Mr. William Schwader and Mr. and
the employees that has been on the can az ng the city and explaining the
value o f the Green Stamps.
Mrs. O. A. Nelson and son Lloyd, Mr.
ar.d Mrs. J. D. Wooster, Mrs. Jean
Mrs. Margaret Midford drove to Garret of Aurora were guests o f Mrs
There was a wagon o f Indians in
town Wednesday selling huckleberries I Oregon City, Wednesday on business. I A. W. Schiedell Sunday.
in the Making
over 600,000 in the United Stutca
Boys’ and Girls' Club Work is
found at its best at Camp Plummer
during the week of the Annual Pa
cific International Livestock Expo
sition at Portland, to be held this
year October 29 to November 5, in
clusive. Here the Northwest’s fu
ture agricultural and livestock lead
ers obtain one week’s practical in
struction in the science of farming.
Boys und girls come from all parts
of the Northwest to participate in
the inspiring exercises held annu
ally at the Camp.
Over $100.000 in premiums are
given each year at the Pacific In
ternational for exhibits of Pure
Bred Livestock and Agricultural
Products. The Exposition combines
great Livestock Show, Dairy Prod
ucts Show, Land and Manufactur
ers’ .Show, Northwest Fox Show,
Wool Show, Industrial Exposition,
and the worlu'a greatest Horse
That the Pacific International Is
one of the great assets of Agricul
ture and Livestock interests iu this
western country is now conceded
without question. 150,000 people
from all parts of the nation are ex
pected to attend this year. Special
fare-and-one-third rates to Portland
during the Exposition are to be in
effect on all the leading railroads
of the Northwest.
LOCAL AND PERSONAL
Mrs. Crockett is spending a few
da>3 in Portland.
c o m CLUB 10
HAVE FIRST MEETING
Mr. anil Mrs. G. E. Lawrence at
tended the Springwater Fair.
Do not forget tha* the Estacada
Community Club will hold its regu
The Alvie Daubeson family moved lar meeting at the Hand Hall, Friday
September 30th. Everyone is urged
to Eastern Oregon last Tuesday.
to be present a.- thi- going to be the
Ir. and Mrs. J. C. Duus attended most important meeting of the year
as the Club has not held a meeting
the Springwater Fair.
during the summer months and there
Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Stephens at is a number of questions that will
come up to be discu- ed. Another im
tended the Springwater Fair.
portant thing that will be taken care
Dr. and Mrs. Rhodes spent the o f at this meeting is the election o f*
i officers. A speaker from Portland
week end in Aurora.
will be here to deliver un address
will be of special interest to
Ii o n — To Mr. and Mrs. William Pink
the members o f the garden club and
ley a baby girl, Tuesday.
hose interested in the growing of
Mrs. Ames has arranged
Rev. Edward Mott, o f Portland flowers.
preached nt the M. E. ehureh last for this speaker but does not know
as yet who he will be but assures
you that he will bi one well versed
gardening and flower raising.
Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Mentow of
Forest Grove were guesls at the Special music is being prepared for
the evenings entertainment and you
G E. Lawrence home ¿Sunday.
are assured o f a real good time at
S. W. Lawrence o f Portland was ibis meeting and lets everyone go and
a guest at the G. E. Lawrence home make this Community Club a grand
success by having everyone there that
is interested in the best welfare of
Mrs. N. T. Smedley, o f Portland, a the city, it can be done, and lets do
sister o f Mrs. G. E. Lawerence was it.
a guest of Mrs. Lawrence Saturday.
Parent-Teachers Hold Meeting
Mr.s W. R. Davidson o f Camp 8 is
George MeWillis stayed over Mon
spending a few day3 in Estacada with
The Parent-Teachers Association
day at the W. E. MeWillis home.
Mr. Davidsons parents.
He is from Sope Lake, Washington, • meet Monday afternoon, September
19th, in the primary room o f the
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Downing from
Mr and Mrs. Harry Snyder were grade school. A real good time was
Stayton spent Sunday at the Alva i’ i'u ning the logs on their ranch Mon had by those who were in attendance
| and plans were discussed for the next
Mrs. Downing was day.
, regular meeting to be held the fourth
formerly a switchboard operator at
the Estacada Telephone office.
-Jr. and Mrs. John Nordlund and Tuesday in October, the program for
family visited at the home of her this meeting will be announced later.
A reception committee was appointed
brother in Beaverton Sunday*
The European corn borer does its
lor the reception to be given the
damaging work while In the larval
teachers to be held at the high school
E. It. Simmons and family o f I’ ort
stage. It passes the greater part of
auditorium, Friday night, September
its larval and also pupal existence land v.cre callers on Mr. and Mrs.
within tho stalk or other parts of the Geo. Lawrence Tuesday.
host plant, usuully corn, but in some
W. J. Samson, of Gresham, who
parts of the country In a variety of
• r, and Mrs. C. \Y. Wilson o f Ore lived here ebon! seven years ago was
other plants, and weeds. For this
reason there Is hut little chance of gon C ty were guests at the Stephens in the first part o f the week and
controlling this pest by insecticides, ho: .c Sunday.
paid his subscription to the News for
ami it Is evident to entomologists of
He was around re
the United States Department of Ag
l-lelia Graves was in Oregon City newing old acquaintances and said
riculture who have worked on the the first part of the week while there that he liked the News for that away
problem that tlie major control efforts
he always knew just what his friends
she attended the Canby Fair.
should be directed toward cultural
in Estacada were doing.
pructlcea which will lead to the utili
Mrs. William Gilgan took her two
Mrs. U. S. Morgan ar.d Mrs. B. O.
zation or the destruction of Infested
plants. Measures recommended are: Sarver and little grand son were in boys, Merlin Bullard nnd David Eckel
man to Oregon City, Tuesday to join
Feeding to live stock, burning, or Portland shopping Saturday.
the band that Mr. Bushenal has gath
plowing under; selection of varieties
u1 corn least susceptible to severe in
ered togither from the diferent place
jury, and regulating the time of plant
over the county and went from there
ing to escape serious Infestation und day from Seattle to spend a few days to the Canby Fair to play in the
at the Wallace Smith home.
yet produce satisfactory yields.
children’s day program. There were
Control measures used must take In
about 30 people in the band.
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Buell and fam
to consideration the fact that In the
New England infested area two gen ily 1 ailed on Rev. and Mrs. Dunlap
erations occur annually and the in oi Roekwood, Sunday afternoon.
Bible school 10:00 a. m.
sects attack many plants in addition to
!’ , aching 11:00 o ’clock. Subject.
coru, while In the western areas, In
Mr S. Smidth, o f Portland, form
cluding New York and the region
“ Where is Jesus?”
er eighth grade teacher at Estacada
around the Great Lakes, the corn
Christian Endeavor, 6:30.
borer Is single brooded and confined visited at the G. E. Lawrence home
:80. "W hy I
principally to corn. In New England,
believe the Bible is Inspired by God.”
therefore, It Is necessary to utilize or
Everybody welcome. Bring your
destroy all plants or crop residues
which nre listed as hosts of tlie corn
Rc . Rankens and Mother and friends. Visitors welcome. We in
large - stemmed father called on Mrs. Sarah Scott vite everyone in the community.
I). E. Dent, Minister.
grasses and many roadside weeds. In Sunday on their way to Portland.
The ladies aid o f the Christian
ihe sections where corn is chefly at Rev. Rankin was formerly the minist
tacked, low cutting, shredding, deep er o f the M. E. church here.
chur< h meets, October 6, at the
plowing, and burning of stulible nud
church this is the annual election of
stalks are recommended measures.
Mrs. C. F. Hurst received word ffic e s and the ladies are all urged
front her dmighter-in-law, Mrs. B. M. to be present.
Fowl cholera Is one of the greatest
Hurst that she is still in the hospital
menaces to poultry flocks, declared
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Moore visited
Dr. J. W. Luuib, extension veterina in Portland but is some what improv at the Page home Sunday.
rian of the Kunsas State Agricultural ed.
college 111 a recent radio address. It
Mr. A id ie Coop and Miss Jeanette
The O. K. S. Chapter held then
affects chickens, turkeys and ducks
with equally fatal results. It Is most fo t meeting o f the fall last Tuesday May Smith cable over from Camas,
prevalent In lute summer, fall and evening. Reports a good meeting. Wash. Sun.'.ay to visit Mr. and Mrs.
• B. Coop, Mr. : rid I rc. Clark Liv
early spring and Is due largely to They hold their meetings every third
ingston and children and Mr. Livings
changes of housing conditions and Tuesday o f each month.
methods of feeding and handling
ton aunt were also out from Port
which tend to lower the resistance of
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kayhill, o f Her- land.
Fowl cholera closely resembles miston, Oregon, visited relatives and
Milton Mathews left for Camas
fowl typhoid. In fact the resemblance friends here recently. Mrs. Joe Kay
is so close that to most persons the hill had very poor health while here ¡Sunday where he hopes to obtain
i work in the paper mills.
diseases appear to be identical. Even but has entirely recovered.
trained workers are often compelled
Mr. and Mr; O. V. Coop and daugh
Mrs. Dr. Johnson and children re
to make microscopic examinations be
fore definitely diagnosing the disease. turned home Friday from their visit
Irovc up to Deep Creek
Ordinary symptoms are niflling of the at Billings and other points in Mon Sunday to visit Mrs. Coops parents
feathers, loss of api>etltc, drooping of tana.
Mr. and Mrs. Filix Carbon. Earl
the wings and tail, a staggering gait,
Guttridge going with them.
Mr. Denning is still improving.
The organism which causes fowl
cholera Is microscopic In size. Is rod
Mr. John Miller's son, who is em
shaped, and known ns pastenrells
In sevring a vegetable plate include
avium. It multiplies very rapidly In or.f food that contains some protein, p l o y I i the Log Cabin Bakery in
the blood, cau-lng blood poison.
for examnlc, green peppers or to Portland was quite badly injured
Sanitary measures greatly reduce matoes stuffed with meat mixture,
ah rnabing some repairs, the car
the number of cases of cholera, ac
cr.'diflov.eo or potatoes scalloped with fell upon him. Mr. and Mrs. Miller
cording to Doctor Enmb. Regular ra
have the sympathy o f their many
tions, good ventilation, even tempera ch"cse. spinach with hard-boiled eggs,
ture, pure wnter. large houses and or sweet corn pudding made with miik f ends and all hope for his speedy
large runs are also conditions which and eggs.
Corn fritters mny be made from
help ward off the disease.
Mr. I n R rrc ent the first part
left-over corn on the cob. To 4 tab
the '.O ' k Up in the country at his
To be well built a silo must have
airtight walls, be round In shnpe, melted fat, 1 teaspoon baking powd hotel.
have smooth, perpendicular walls, er, 1 egg, 1-2 cup milk, 1 cup flour,
have strong walls which will not 1-2 teaspoon salt. Mix to a hatter
Fred Bartholomew and son attend-
bulge, and be deep In proportion to and fry in deep fat.
edthe bpringwater Fair.