Estacada progress. (Estacada, Or.) 1908-1916, June 12, 1913, Image 5

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    Supplement to the Estacada Progress
Tuo late lor last week
Mr. Homer of Dodge is moving
bis uiill to Springwater •
George Genserosky is doing some
l.gging for Bittner Boy Ian it Co.
Mr. Young, tbe cream man,
made a business trip to Po(tland
Grandma HayDer has gone to
Portland to spend a few weeks with
relatives and friends m tbe City.
School was nut last Tuesday and
tbe cbildreu bad a very delightful
picnic at tbe giange hall.
Mrs Louis Rath aud children,
her father Mr. Parish of Highland,
took in the circus at Portland Mou­
Sherman I£ilcore, while doing
s>me plowing had the imsfoituue
to have the plow come back and hit
him on tbe side, which has caused
him considerable yam.
The ladies sewing Bee met at
Mrs lean Lewellen's last Thursday
afternoon. A very large crowd gath­
ered aud spent a pleasant afternoon
under the pi city shade trees. Re-
lr shiueuis were served
[Too late for Iasi week]
Pete Rath lost a valuable horse
" Mr Hothunith was home tor a
couple of days.
Miss E Stphonavitch returned to
Portland Sunday.
Mr. C. A. Johnson went to Port­
land fur a few days.
John Park played with the Et-
tacada team Sunday.
Mr. C. A. Johnson was married
T es lay evening the 4th n Portlai d,
Rev. Rheinhard, wife and son from
Portland are visiting friends for a
Mr. Henry Johnson, and daugh­
ter Flora, Otto and Hulda Paulson
were the guests of Joyners Sunday.
Carl Linn and Chist Klinker
came home Saturday evening and re­
turned to Kelso Sunday, where they
are working.
Estacada, Oregon
June 12, 1913
Has a
M otion P ic tu re Sh o w
Every Saturday and Sunday Evenings
T h e management will
endeavor to give
the patrons
of this
show, the best service available. Show starts promply at 7:30
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M rs.'Lydia Park is visiting her
daughter. Mrs Ray Keith of
Norman Linn is having a new roof
put on his house.
Miss Hazel Freeman is wotkingfor
Mr. Tucker is building a tine,
large house for Mr. and Mrs. Henry her aunt Mrs. L. Bonney at
Crabtree. Ore.
C urrinsville
A. Bogden and A. Miller made a
trip to Portland last week with a
load of produce for which they re­
ceived a good price.
Mrs M. M. Surfus left for Seat­
tle, Wash , Saturday, where she ex­
pects to make her home with her
Rav and Mort Congdon have daughter, Mrs. Zella Ostrude. She*
gone to Idaho, where they will be has lived at this place for a number
engaged cruising timber duiing the of years and will be greatly missed
but her many friends wish her well
in her new home.
Many people of this place are
visiting at the Rose Carnival in
Mr. Lovell is adding more im­
provements to his place bv having
his house painted aud re-shingled.
John Scott sold his riding pony
one day last week
Misses Hulda Pauls'09 aud Jessie
Carl Anderson who has been out
Joyner went to Portland to spend a
selling jewelry is home for a short
week with friends through the Rose
Elsie Meibs is home from Oregon
Mrs. Hans Johnson and daughter
City, where she has been attending Mrs. Hek is spending a week with
Mrs. Gibson at Barton.
Mr. and Mrs. D. Stahlneckrr
Quite a number of the young
and baby Evert were dinner guests folks were the guests of Henry
at the home ot L N. Vallen Sun­ Johnson and daughter Flora Sun­
Mis* Frieda Meibs of Estacada
Miss Mary Whitfield is visiting
spent a tew days at the home of her her sister, Mrs. C. A . Johnson.
mother, Mrs. H. Moehnke before
Henry Klinker and mother were
leaving for her work at Portland.
the guests of J. Paulson Sunday.
There was a Farmers Equity
Mrs. T. Hardess was the guest
Meeting held in the school house of Joyner’ s Wednesday.
Saturday night.
A Mr. Wolfsen
Pauline Ochs and her brother
of Clarkes, being the speaker of the Louis were the guests of P. Paul­
son Supday.