Eastern Clackamas news. (Estacada, Or.) 1916-1928, April 17, 1919, Page Page Five, Image 5

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    Thursday, April 17, 1919
LOCAL B R E V I T I E S
‘ AND NEWS ITEM S
Phil Standish left for Port­
land Saturday afternoon.
Dr. R. Morse made a hurried
trip to Portland Saturday.
E. W. Bartlett motored to Ore­
gon City and Portland on Mon­
day.
Mrs. Nellie Foster of Portland
spent the week-end with Mrs.
McCall.
Homer B. Ballou of Eagle
Creek who has an ad. in this
issue of cows for sale, recently
sold two full blooded registered
shorthorn bulls, averaging $145
apiece.
Mrs. A. L. Lasswell has been
in Estacada packing up her furn­
iture and household goods to re­
move to Portland. These were
in the house occupied by Mr. and
Mrs. Burt Moore, corner of 5th
and Main Streets.
EASTERN CLACKAMAS NEWS
Mrs. Fred Bartholomew return­
ed from a visit to Eastern Ore­
gon on Saturday.
Mrs. C. F. and Miss Howe, and
Mrs. M. J. Signs were Portland
visitors Saturday.
J. M. Melton, wife and little
daughter went by car to Port­
land Sunday evening, returning
Monday.
C. S. Allen has purchased the
Zobrist house at the corner of
Currin and 2nd Streets and is
moving into it.
Mrs. A. W. Botkin and her
aunt Miss Whiting of Garfield
left Tuesday morning for Port­
land to be gone some days.
Mrs. J. F. Dunlop was the
fortunate recipient of a fruit
shower by friends in Estacada
and Currinsville, last Friday.
Miss Oakley of Seattle is visit­
ing her sister Mrs. J. W. Reed
and her niece Mrs. R. C. Dem-
ing. She will remain for about
a week.
Mr. and Mrs. C. Looney and
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Looney
were in Portland visiting Miss
Myrtle Looney, who has just
been operated on her hip.
Born April 14th, 1919 to Mr.
and Mrs. W. A. Hardman of
Faraday a baby daughter. Both *
mother and child are doing well
with Dr. R. McCall in attendance.
R. C. Deming has been offered
a position on the Hoover Food
Board, which if he accepts will
take him to Italy, and insure his
return to this country soon after
the first of August.
Miss M. Sturgeon is enjoying
a visit from her sistei Mrs. G.
W. Kiger of Tillamook and her
nephew Donald Newman. The
latter has recently returned from
overseas and been honorably dis­
charged.
He was connected
with the 148th Aero Squadron.
Mrs. J. E. H. Simpson accom­
panied by Miss Barker of Port­
land, came down from that city
Monday, to spend the day. She
reports Father Simpson as being
somewhat better, but very thin
and weak. He is unable to read,
and only able to walk a short
distance. They hope to return
here in a couple of weeks if the
weather is fine and Father Simp­
son gains strength.
Concerning the election of a
chairman of the school board,
about which there has been some
dispute, County Superintendent
Calavan writes that State Super­
intendent Churchill informs him,
that where an entire board is
elected, the length of the term of
office and the chairmanship is to
be settled among themselves.
Usually lots are cast for the one,
two, and three year terms.
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John Ely and daughter Mary
visited the metropolis on business
Saturday.
The quota of the Victory Loan
foi Clackamas county, amounts
to $400,000.
The Ladies Aid of the M. E.
Church, are planning a May day
social for the evening of May 1st.
The Sunday School of the M.
E. Church, will give a special
Easter program on Easter Day
at 10 a. m.
Ethel Meuhender of Gresham
visited at the home of Gene
Luellen in Springwater Saturday
and Sunday.
C TA R TH EA T R E
VV. W. Boner, Mlumber,
Sat. Night April
19 th
ANN
P EN N IN G TO N
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Sunshine Nan
COMEDY
A Gasoline Wedding
Ford Film
Mrs. Ed. Douglass and Ruth
The machine has been
Sailing went to Gresham Tues­
put in perfect order and
day and had their tonsils removed
by Dr. Adix.
is guaranteed to ru n
smoothly.
The Liberty Loan quota for
Estacada district is $17,775.00.
Matinee at 2 :iiO p. m.
An honor roll has been received
Admission 10c and 25c
on which will be entered the
name of every man, woman and
child subscribing to the Victory
Postmaster Heylman went to
Liberty Loan.
This honor roll i Portland Wednesday.
will be hung in the window of
Ralph Lemon and family who
the Estacada State Bank. Get | have been stopping in Garfield
your name on early! The drive during the winter, are now
begins Monday and by Tuesday ! occupying the residence here in
night all should be over but the Estacada known as the Jones
shouting.
; property.
T H E HOM E
BANK
KNOWS YOUR NEEDS AND
THE NEEDS OF THE COMMUN-
I TY AND IS PREPAR ED TO GIVE
YOU THAT PERSONAL AND IN­
DIVIDUAL SERVICE W H I C H
YOU CANNOT OBTAIN ELSE­
WHERE.
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It is a Distinct Advantage
to Have Your Account with
the HOME BANK!
Estacada State Bank
Four Per Cent Interest on Time and
Savings Deposits.
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