Eastern Clackamas news. (Estacada, Or.) 1916-1928, December 06, 1917, Image 9

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Eastern Clackamas News Dec. 6. 1917
There will be preaching- set*- j
vices both morning and evening-;
at the Christian Church next
L ord ’ s Day. TJje subject for the
morning- service wil' be. “ The j
Lost Christ ” , and for the e v e n -1
ine, ” Whv the Devil goes to »
‘ Bible School will be
i t 10 o ’clock and Endeavor at,
■ 0:30 All are invited to these ser­
vices. .
Mrs. .1. Seaquist o f Spring-
water is visiting her daughter at
! Buxton, Oregon.
i A number o f Estacada people
I attended the U. o f O . - O. A. C.
football game in Portland on
Frank Casnel o f Maclea.v, Ore-
| eon was a guest last week at the
jGuttridge home in Springwater.
Earl Shiblev o f Springwater is
now in charge o f the erection o f
a new house for Harry Snyder in ,
Mr. and Mrs. C.,I). Grout and i
two children o f Bay City. Or. ar-j
rived in Estacada* this week. I
where they contemplate making!
their home for the winter. Also!
Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Pettev of thei
same place arrived Tuesday, and
expect to reside on the Maud |
Sturgeon ranch on the Clackamas
near Alspaugh.
Walter Givens o f Estacada left
Monday evening, by auto forj
Eugene and Cohere-, expecting|
to be absent until the last o f the!
A. G. Ames o f Estacada. who,
is the Federal Hunter in this dis­
trict. spent Thanksgiving at
home, bringing with him a cou­
g a r and two bob-cats, as the re­
sult o f his latest trip. Ames and
his hounds left Monday again for
their mountain camp near Aus­
tin Meadows.
The Christian Endeavor Soviet y
1 o f Springwater has lately sent a
number o f Xmas boxes to the en­
listed boys from that section
Announcement is made o f a
Civil Service examination o be
held January 12th in Portland,
for a fourth class postmaster­
ship, to AM tin- vacancy contení
plated at Barton. Oregon. This!
office has carried a s dary o f $317.
fo r ,th e past fiscal tear. Appli­
cants must reside with the terri
tory served by the Barton office. ;
For further information apply at :
the Barton Post Office.
Mrs. James Freeman and baby
son o f Huber, Oregon spec.
Thanksgiving at the home of her!
parents, Mr. and Mis. J. V. Bari
of Estacada.
Am ong the college girls, A ho
spent the Thanksgiving holidays1
at home were Miss Dora Currin ¡
| of Currinsville, who is attending
¡ the U. o f 0. and Miss Hattie Bel
fils o f Estacada who is a student
! i at O. A. C.
... ,t
Mr. and Mrs. ('has. Dubois and
¡ family o f Estacada enjoyed the j
Í annual Thanksgiving dinner at j
! the horm* of her parents. Mr. and
Mrs. John Hamilton o f Viola.
Henry Joyner of George, who
for several months has been em
ployed at American Lake. Wash ¡
arrived home Sunday.
The ladies o f Springwater.
who are working in tie* interests,
<>f the Red Cross are doing splen­
did work, having met the 28th
with Mrs. C. M. Lawrence and
on Dec. nth. with Miss Madden.
Dr. ami Mrs. H V. Adix of
Estacada eniertained
friends on Thanksgiving day,
with a sumptions turkey dinner.
Tony A If, son-in-’aw o f Mr.
and Mrs. N. M. Tracy o f G a r-!
field is reported to have lately .
The public is cordially invited to
the regular dance to be given at
the Garfield Country CM», next
Saturday evening. DecemhejHlh.