Eastern Clackamas news. (Estacada, Or.) 1916-1928, February 14, 1918, Image 2

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East Clackamas Supply Co.
E stacad a, Oregon.
E. H. S.
Contributed
Echoes
by Estacada High School
Teachers’ Institute was held in
the E. H. S. auditorium last Sat­
urday. with teachers from many
county schools in attendance.
Among the speakers were N.
C. Maris of Salem, who spoke on
“ Industrial Club Work” ; F. J.
Toozeof Oregon City, whose sub­
ject was “The Thrift of Public
Schools” and A. M. Churchill of
Portland, who lectured on “ Food
Conservation.”
Mr. Churchill
said in part, “Our people must
save wheat, because all of the
extra supply was shipped to Eu­
rope before December last.”
Miss Lorene Parker. Clackamas
County’s organizer of clubs for
home economies, said — “There is
about one pound of wool per per­
son in the U. S. The soldiers
must have woolen clothing; there­
fore, we must make over old
woolen garments, in order to save
the wool for the boys who are do­
ing the fighting. ”
Dinner was served at the in­
stitute by the girls of the domes­
tic science classes and apparent­
ly was enjoyed by all, being a
war-time-dinner, the menu being
Tomato Bisque
Croutons
India Relish
Jelly
Chicken Tamale Pie
Creamed Tomatoes String Beans
Rye Bread
Butter
Fig Pudding with Liberty Sauce
The net proceeds from the din­
ner were $9.80.
Several of the E. H. S. boys
are trying their luck at cooking
and are progressing rapidly un­
der the careful instructions of
Miss Schrepel. Also some of the
girls are taking manual training,
which should make them more
efficient citizens, with Mr. Mc­
Cormick, the manual training
teacher, doing his best to help
them.
The domestic science girls will
be making war-breads next week,
those desiring same are asked to
notify the girls.
Cliff Sarver of Currinsville,
who has been dangerously ill in
Por. land, was brought to his
home Friday, where he s re­
ported to be getting along as well
as could be expected.
Mr. and Mrs. R L. Githens
who are now living in St. Johns
and Mrs. E. Fi zgerald of Port­
land spent Saturday and Sunday
at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Henry Githens.
City Marshal John Page of Es­
tacada this week collected within
the city limits, licences on fifteen
dogs. Hereafter all unlicensed
canines will be shot at sun-rise,
if John can hit ’em.
The local W. C. T. U. will meet
Thursday, the 21st at the P. ^ M.
Wagner home in Estacada. Ih e
afternoon will be spent in mak­
ing surgical bandages. Already
this organization has made and
delivered 230 bandages, and needs
more old sheets, flour sacks and
the like, to contint e the work.
Dover
Doings
Contributed
Important road work is now
being done by volunteers in the
Dover district, in corduroying the
road from the Updegrave place
in Dover to the Strong place in
Firwood. This is not a county
road, but is used by the cream-
hauler and was at one time used
by the rural carrier. Those do­
ing the work are Charles Upde­
grave, Birch Roberts and Wm.
Burghouse.
Bruce Schminky of 0. A. C.
spent the week-end with his par­
ents in Dover.
A. J. Morrison spent a few
days last week in I ortland and
while there was joined by his son .
Harry, who is in training at
Camp Lewis.
Miss Ruth Brown of Bull Run
spent the week-end a m o n g
friends in Dover.
Hugh Guthrie recently pur­
chased in Portland a span of 12 ).)
pound mares for u.-e on his D -ver
farm.
Specials for Saturday and
All Next Week
We will give a
10 v Discount on all Heatiig Stoves and Sheet Iron beaters
One Disk • One Harrow • One Plow • One Set Farm Harness
left at last year’s prices.
Better pick them up now and save 20 "■>
We have a good stock of
O u t of S ight M ole T ra p s ( the kind recommended by the 0. A. C.)
Start tln> boys to catching moles.
Three mole pelts will nearly pay for a trap.
wc will i*ivc free a Pair Leather Heels or 10c. Package of Shoe Tacks
with every PAIR of HALF SOLES sold.
All January Account* are due on February 10th. If you haven’t
paid up. please do so - if you wish to keep your credit good.
Hardware
Harm*«
BERT H. FINCH
Estarada
Oregon
T h is T ear
carefully plan yoi
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varieties for food value and productivenes:
Plant G O O D S E E E
— Strive for big returns
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