6 (Î A C R A M A S ATTEND YOUR CHURCH ON SUNDAY! FAMILIES V/HO PRAY TOGETHER, STAY TOGETHER! C O I NT Y N E WM. EM TACADA. OREGON, »H I D A Y. V T Ä IL K IW I Published weekly on Fridays at Estacada, Clackamas County, Oregon. Entered in the postofnce at Eatacada, Oregon, as aec- ond class matter. Subscription rates in Clackamas County one I year $2.50; outside the county and in the State of Oregon one year $3.50; outside the State of Oregon one vear $4.00. Sub- scriptions payable in advance. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Worship 11 a.m. of Estacada Sunday School 10 a.m. Sunday Meeting in Estacada ST. JOHNS at GEORGE City Hall Rev.Vernon E. Ross, Jr. Pastor STAFF CORRESPONDENTS Church School 9:45 a.m Worship 9a.m. George Mrs. Joe Wiederhold Morning Worship 11 A.M Sunday School 10 a.m. Youth Program 7 P. M. Garfield Mrs. Ray Gordon ' Evening Service 8 P.M. SPRINCWATER CHURCH Viola Mrs. Lafaye Fouts Martin R. Craft, Pastor NEWS Of special interest to all ASSEMBLY OF GOD members of the Sunday school NOTICE OF SCHOOL ELEC- an election will be held Mon- TION IN THE RURAL day. May 13, 1957 by the Rur- CHURCH will be the showing of slides SCHOOL DISTRICT OF al School District of Clacka- 5th and Broadway - Pastor which depict the origin and CLACKAMAS COUNTY. mas County, State of Oregon, Marion Ravan growth of the Protestant OREGON, upon Question of in all component districts of Sunday School 9:45 a m. churches. Increasing Tax Levy Over said Rural School District. Morning Worshg> 11 a.m. Everyone is invited to come. Amount Limited by Section Junior Church Sunday School Bring your children. It will The election will be from 11, Article XI, State Constit Bldg. , be of help to them to know 2:00 to 8:00 P.M., and will be ution Evening Evangelistic Service you aie interested in what they school house in Notice is hereby given that held in the 7:45 p.m. ! are studying. Phone 18-2 The date is next Sunday, the Picture Your Favorite Rooms 14th, at the church, at 7 p.m. Reverend Harry Hampton Since so much of the picture When you shoot interiors, THE COMMUNITY will present the slides. taking we do centers around remember that you can’t take METHODIST CHURCH home activities, it’s natural for a whole room in one picture. S.E. 2nd & Main (on the hill) our homes to serve as the back Study the room in your view Church School 9:45 a.m. PORTER MENNONITE ground for many of our best finder and you’ll see it’s actual Morning Worship 11 a.m. CHURCH snapshots. Today we’-e sug ly composed of a series of small Nursery for children at the (Seven Miles East of Estacada) gesting an about-face—how units. That’s just the way you parsonage 10 A. M. Sunday School about letting your living room set about arranging it in the Youth Fellowship fi:45 p.m. 11 A. M. Church Service —and the other rooms of your first place—sofa and chairs Evening Services 7:45 p.m. 7 P. M. Junior Meeting house, too—serve as the subject around the fireplace, loveseat Violet Bolliger, Minister Pastor Ernest J. Bontrager, of your pictures for a change? and lamp table, built-in cabi Phone 8x2 Rt. 1. Box 141 A, Estacada There are several good rea nets below the wide window, Phone 20R56 or CR 95122. sons for doing this, especially framed prints over the console, BARTON COMMUNITY if you’re a “moving” family. wing chair and reading lamp BAPTIST CHURCH Such pictures belong in your near the bookshelves. Each of ESTACADA CHURCH OF Boring, Oregon , Rt. 3 family record to help you re these units is a picture in it GOD Rev. Walden A.Askrcn, Pastor member the various places in self—or at least the focal point 2nd and Main - Pastor James Sunday School 9:45 a.m. which you’ve lived. And, of of interest for a picture. course, pictures of your home Moore Morning Worship 11 a.m. As for lighting, since this is Srnday School 9:45ip are the next best thing to a indoor picture-taking, flash is Youth Time 6:30 p m. Morning Chhrch 11 visit when they’re tucked into the simplest choice. But if you Evening Service 7:30 p.m. your letters to friends and rela want to experiment with flood Yonth Meeting- Srn. 6:30. Tuesday 7 P.M. tives who live too far away for lamps, here’s a perfect oppor THE PRESBYTERIAN Evening Church 7 - 8 P.M. | frequent calls. tunity to do so. Try softening CHURCHES The really nice part of using any deep shadows or dark SPRING WATER your home as a main subject CHRISTIAN CHURCH Rev. Harry B. Hampton, Sup is that you’ll have a chance to corners by placing one or two I Bible ^ School 10 A. M. ply Pastor do a little experimenting. You floods outside the camera’s field Worship Service 11 A. M. can try out different composi of view. This should distribute Morning Worship 11 a.m. Christian Endeavor 6:30 P.M. tions and various sources of the light evenly—which is es Sunday School 10 a.m. light. Even if you make a few pecially important if you've I Bible Study 7:30 P.M. EAGLE CREEK •fluffs the first time, nothing’s loaded your camera with color Rev. Vernon E. Ross.Jr Pastor Choir Practice 8:30 P.M. lost. Just start out again with film. Just make sure that your a fresh roll of film and snap lights don’t reflect from mirrors another series of shots. After and other shiny surfaces—or all, this is one subject that you’ll get bright glare spots in won’t mova or change position your picture. .between snaps! —John Van Guilder Your subscription to your CLACKAMAS COUNTY NEWS w ill be appreciated! Mr. and Mrs. Larry M eadeljng dinner guests at the home land Mr. and Mrs. Andrew I o f Mr and Mrs. Del Gant in | Swanson were Tuesday even-1 Springwater. 2C 1M 7 schools, the Rural School each of said component dis tricts. The purpose of the el- money enough for the opera Board must make a levy In ex tion of the schools. cess of its base. etion is to submit to the legal The amount of tax. in excess 2. The component districts of voters o f the Rural School the Rural School District, in of the six percent limitation District the question of in most cases, voted over the 6 proposed to be levied by the creasing the tax levy for the percent limit previous to be Rural School District of fiscal year beginning July 1, coming a part of the Rural ! Clackamas County, Oregon,, 1957, over the amount limited School District. for the fiscal year beginning by Section 11, Article XI, of 3. The increase in the cost of | July 1, 1957 is $157,723.24 the Oregon Constitution. Dated this 16th day of April, operating schools is more rap The reasons for voting to ex id than a 6 percent increase 1957. ceed the 6 percent limit are: I will cover. This increase is ] WILLARD BORING, 1. The base of the Rural caused in a large part by the Chairman. School District, which it in increase in pupil enrolment. Rural School Board herited from its component 4. In order that there may be L. G. ROOD, Secretary districts, is too low to furnish sufficient money to operate the Rural School Board. ^-ffomewa/m&i cuts heating c o sts... Y o u r b e s t b u y t o d a y in h o m e c o m f o r t is m o d e r n , d e p e n d a b le o il h e a t IN ESTACADA EVERY WEDNESDAY GRESHAM SEED AND FEED COMPANY, INC. Phone MOhawk 5-2186 Gresham, Oregon ALL STOCK GOING 9C Per* Lu cent W e have enjoyed our 8 years of business in Estacada. The friends and busi ness contacts we have made we appreciate and extend our hearty thanks for their support.