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CLACKAMAS COUNTY NEWS, FRIDAY, APRIL 12, 1829
at 7:30, the subject will be “ Food
A cordial invitution is
extended to all.— C. T. Cook, pastor.
M ethodist Church
stones, you will hear your Savioi's
W e hope the past Easter season
voice, it is I.” Every day will have
with its glorious message o f the vic
i sufficient testing, but the word of
torious and risen Christ has inspired
Jesus will hold good. “ My grace is
many hearts with new hopes and new
sufficient for thee."
life. Just as spring is the season o f
You will see the sterner side of
awakening in the natural world, so
■ife, the rock-like structure o f right
comes Easter as an awakening in the
eousness with the puritan, but alsu
spiritual world. For this reason the
life ’s gentle side with the mystic, the
j poet inspired by the joy and gladness
pasture and still waters o f
| o f the Easter message also says:
peace. In your life mercy and truth
Awake, my heart, with gladness,
shall meet, righteousness and peace
See what today is done!
shall kiss each other. The world of
How a fter gloom and sadness
aw shall yet be a world o f love.
Comes forth the glorious sun!
You shall hear in thunder on Sinai,
My Savior there was laid
and you shall hear the angel voice
Where our bed must be made
singing the glory o f the God o f love,
When to the realms o f light
heralding to all mankind tidings of
Our spirit wings its flight.
peace and good will.
The past Easter season, therefore,
W e are expecting a real treat at 11
is a season o f special spiritual awak-
o’clock in the morning and at 2:30 in
l ening, reaching its climax on the
the afternoon. Several young people
great day o f Pentecost, when the
wtih Rev. J. B. Goode are coming
holy spirit was shed abroad upon the
from the North Pacific Christian In
assembled disciples in Jerusalem.
stitute o f Portland to take charge of
May we profit much spiritually. In
hese two services. Mr. Goode will
order to do this it is imperative that
preach at the morning service and
we be regular and attentive custom
the young people will have charge o f
ers at the house o f worship ready and
-he afternoon hour. This will be an
willing to hear and learn as were the
nspiration to all who attend. It is
disciples when the risen Christ walked
uoped that all the young people o f
with them along the wayside, ap
the town will hear these people o f
peared unto them behind locked and
God. A basket dinner in the basc-
barred doors whenever and wh*revei
nent o f the church is planned. So
He greeted them with His “ Peace be
come! The Sunday school will be
held at the usual hour, 10 o’clock,
A t the Lutheran quarterly confer
and these young people will help In
ence Sunday it was decided to alter
the Sunday school. The league will
nate German and English services
meet at 6:45 and preaching service
because the bi-lingual nature o f the
! members makes it necessary to divide
M t i i i i i d i i i i i V i H i i i i i i i i i i t i i i i i d i . i i i i i i i i i i i i i i m m i i i i i H i i i i m i i i i m i m i m i i i i i i i m m i * the services equally in both
uages. However, the church calen
dar fo r this month remains the same
as usual, with English services on the
first and third and German on tht
second and fourth Sundays.
ever, a month having fiv e Sunday
or a festival, may cause this order tc
shift and announcement will be made
E Picture Feature— Bebe Daniels in—
accordingly.— F. T. Schoen, pastor.
Man, everywhere, should look foi
God's goodness. Resolve to look foi
causes o f thankfulness. “ Seek an
ye shall find" is a principle as wel.
as a promise. Look fo r trouble, fo.
sin, for shame, ash heaps, broker,
dishes; you will find them. Look fo.
goodness, good people, good apples
you will find them, also. The Phar.
sees saw in Matthew a despised publ.
can, and their pride was gratified
Jesus saw in Matthew a man, a poss,
bility, and His love was gratified.
Look fo r the good in people, in his
tory, in the providence o f God.
Look fo r the goodness o f the Lor,
in your own life.
The dross an
slag o f life accumulates, smoke is u.
the air, flakes o f soot fall softly upoi
us, life can easily seem a poor af
fair. But life is full o f dignity,
grace and joy, full o f opportunity fo,
goodness and kindness.
W ill you wait until death stirs youi
imagination, and you see, but tot
late, how much beauty and half-ap
preciated jo y there was in life ; how
much you had o f blessings and in how
many ways you could have been r
Look fo r God’s goodness todaj
Only so will you come to see life ir
its fullness. The disagreeable may b
forced upon you, but your mind will
instinctively find an offset.
loses will shine out o f adversity. You
will find “ tongues in the trees, books
in the running brooks, sermons in
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“ HOT N E W S ”
F AR M
In Oregon there are 108 creamer-1
ies, 66 cheese factories, 8 condenser-1
ies, 6 cottage cheese factories und 43
ice cream manufactories. Eliminat
ing duplications, such as occur when
a concern reports as both a creamery
and a cheese factory, there are 180
establishments or plants fo r manu
facturing dairy products in Oregon.
In addition to this are 70 cream ship
ping stations, finds the experiment
Posters and Handbills.
Circulars, any size.
Tickets of all kinds.
Driver’s Report Forms.
Clackamas County News
. . Estacada . .
Come and get it.
Communion, praise and preaching
at 11 o’clock. The morning sermon
message will be brief, clear, and wt
at 6:30. The topic is Bible Messages
Needed Today. Mrs. Jack Akins is
leader.— Hugh Foster, pastor.
Heroics of Olden Days
Are No Longer Possible
Day» when a brave woman could
earn ttie applause of the country hy
yanking off her red petticoat and Hug
ging a train Just us It neared a
broken rail nre over, mostly because
broken rails are rarer und reil petti
coats extinct. The New Jersey farm
er who saved a train by waving a
flag und u burlap bug. the other day.
reculled those heroines of the past
generation to mind. and. being given
to Idle 8|>eculHtlon, we tried to picture
the situation If n modern woman
should come across a broken rail. If
she removed a garment (any gar
ment) to use ns a flag, with the prob
abilities against her finding one large
enough to he seen. Hie cimnees favor
a horrible wreck, because a really
modest engineer could do no less than
close Ids eye, and speed past. Engi
neers. no doubt, favor a return of the
good old days, in the Interest of safety.
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A number o f creameries in Ore
gon have adopted plans fo r grading
o f cream as a basis o f payment for
Theoretically s w e e t
cream receives a premium and sour
cream is penalized, but actually com
petition is so severe that very few
pay lower fo r sour cream, finds the
experiment station. Premiums, when
paid, range from 2 to 5 cents per
pound o f butterfat.
practice o f creameries is to mix sweet
Mrs. Hellefllnder was attending her
and sour cream, making a butter o f first football guute. “( It. isn’t it aw
only average or poor quality, and ful.” she cried. “ Why. they will kill
packing it fo r sale in prints that are the poor hoy underneath."
1114 Main Street
not sold on basis o f scorn.
tier daughter. "H e doesn't mind It—
lie's unconscious by tills lime.”— |
Ladino clover is an excellent pas
T - m m iiill li i i i l l i i l ll l l l i l i i i ii i l l l l l l ll l l i i i i *
ture fo r Oregon. It is usually mixed
with English rye grass, timothy and
orchard grass, if the moisture supply
is good. Otherwise tall oat grass, or
chard grass and Ladino clover are
used. The best time fo r sowing is
usually in the spring on a rather fine,
firm seed bed, says the experiment
[ Kent L. Moody [
Jerusalem artichokes, which have
been found valuable in many parts o f
Oregon, are practically always plant
ed in the spring, says the experiment
station. Soil preparation is such as to
provide a deep, reasonably fine seed
bed, similar to that fo r potatoes.
Just a Detail
In battle the duke of Wellington
overlooked nothing. Baron von Neu
mann of the Austrian embassy at Lon
don In 1840 tells In Ids recently pub
I She makes new records with the old camera— a |
lished diary of an account given by
= smile, a snort, a guffaw, and then just one long laugh | The Bible school lesson fo r Lord's the Iron Duke of the Battle of Vit-
E — speed— Bebe fairly burns up the screen in this | day morning is about a wise leader torla:
That “ after the whole of the French
Hezekiah, who leads his people back
to God. This man came to the throne infantry had been routed, all the ar-
Comedy, “ PASSIN G T H E JONESES”
Hllery, consisting of 300 pieces of can
of Judah in one o f the most trying
i Special music by the Royal Estacadaians accom- = times ever to confront the ruler oi non. and all the baggage had been
abandoned, the English army consid
panies the picture
any nation and especially one as tin- ered the battle ended, when ttie duke
His little kingdom was stopped the forwnrd movement of ttie
A | i i i i i i m i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i n m i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i m i i i H t i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i n i i i i i i i " as Judah.
about to be wiped out by the mighty troops and said: ‘The battle Is not
power o f Assyria. Armed resistance vet won. There Is a corps of 10,000
would have been suicide, and instead cavalry still Intact,’ and they there
upon disposed of them.”
o f trusting to the arts o f diplomacy,
and trickery, Hezekiah put his trust
Legion o f Honor
in Jehovah, and followed the pathway
The Legion d’Honneur in France Is
o f duty and righteousness. The re
an order of merit, both military and
suit was that he became one o f the
civil. As nt present organized. It eon-
most successful diplomats o f the an
dsts of five classes— chevaliers, offi
cers. commanders, grand officers and
Modern nations are beginning to gpmd crosses. The * resident ot the
learn to profit by Hezekiah’s type of republic Is grand master. In ordinary
statesmanship, and we feel just a lit circumstances 20 years of military,
naval or civil service Is necessary fur
tle bit proud, too, when we note that
eligibility to the rank by chevalier,
it is our beloved America leading in and promotions can only he made
this respect. A wonderful thing about after definite service In a lower rank.
the Bible is that it is an ancient book Extraordinary service admits to any
with a modern message.
Yes, the rank. The word “ chevalier” means
Bible has a message fo r us today. “ knight."
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l 'R I C E
R A N G E OF
P resb yterian Churches
Rev. E. R. D.
preach at the Presbyterian church at
Springwater Sunday morning at 11
o’clock, at George at 2 o’clock in the
afternoon and at Eagle Creek at 8
o’clock in the evening.
theme will be “ Why the Church?”
N O TE— The
News invites all the
o f Eastern Clackamas
send in their announce-
this column, each week.
ELW OOD, April 11.— ( Special).—
2 2 Mr. and Mrs. W ill Henderson and
Mrs. Martha Henderson o f Oregon
City visited at the home o f Mrs.
EEi Henderson’s daughter, Mrs. Louise
Dan Stahlnecker and sons Irvin
— and Lowell motored to Monmouth
EE Saturday to spend the week end with
^ 2 : Mrs. Dan Stahlnecker.
Mr. and Mrs. George Brown o f
= = Portland visited relatives here re-
M. Park brought in a coyote Sat-
Clarence Munson, who has been
— visiting at the home o f his uncle,
S ' T. G. Munson, le ft Monday fo r his
S 5 J home in Stanwood, Washington.
The Elwood P. T. A. will hold a
2 2 1 pie social on the evening of April
— 20, Saturday o f next week, to which
the public is invited.
The bankers o f Eastern Clackamas County are in business selling a commod-
ity the same as merchants o f other kinds o f goods.
Their customers are to a great extent the business men o f this community.
They do not sell to everybody asking for their commodity— money or credit
i — but nevertheless, they are always on the lookout fo r new accounts and new
The business of banking is, probably more than any other, based primarily
on confidence and faithful fulfillment o f obligations.
Your banker is just as anxious to extend the facilities o f his institution to you
as to any other person, but first you must prove your worth and reliability.
Y ou can do this by keeping your banker informed o f your business conditions
and affairs; by promptly meeting loan obligations; by keeping satisfactory
| bank balance; by making your account valuable to the bank.
Do these things and you will find your banker ready and willing at all times to
provide the legitimate money and credit requirements o f your business.
Clackamas County Bank