Eastern Clackamas news. (Estacada, Or.) 1916-1928, July 29, 1920, Page Page Five, Image 5

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    T hursday,
July 29, 1920
LOCAL BREVITIES
AND NEWS H LMS
Mrs. C. F., Miss Lelia and Ted
Howe, spent Friday in Portland.
Mrs. Roy Wilcox had one of
her eyes operated on last Thurs­
day in Portland.
Mrs. Ray E s h l e m a n from
Grant’s Pass, is here visiting
friends and relatives.
W. H. H. Wade has returned
from his sojourn at Gladstone
park where he attended the Cha-
tauqua.
Bob McClintock was a passen­
ger to Oregon City Monday a. m.
on business connected with his
pension.
Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Benson of
Clinton, Iowa, are spending a
week with their nephew, R. C.
Deming.
Thanks to o u r friend, Phil
Marquam, the poultry expert, we
had fried spring chicken for our
Sunday dinner.
Large luscious logan berries
make the air fragrant and the
mouth water when passing John
Marchbank’s ranch.
Don’t forget the Artisans’
dance Saturday night in the
park pavilion. Good music, good
floor and a good time assured.
Loran Ellis, who is with the
firm Lawrence an! Holford, arch­
itects of Portland, spent the week
end with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. G. R. Ellis.
W. F. Wheeling of Portland,
auditor for the State Industrial
Commission, was in town Mon-
•day checking up accounts for
the commission.
Ken Bartlett’s picture was in
Sunday’s Oregonian among the
western athletes for the Olympic
games. He was to sail last Mon­
day night from Hoboken, N. J.
Good lucic to him and a safe re­
turn bringing his laurels with
him.
EASTERN CLACKAMAS NEWS
Mr. and Mrs. George T. Mc-
Casky and son of Portland, were
the guests Sunday of Dr. and
Mrs. L. A. Wells.
The fact that* “ You never miss
the water till the well runs dry,”
is brought home to us when the
water main is shut off.
Dr. and Mrs. L. A. Wells en­
tertained Tuesdav and Wednes­
day Mrs. G e o r g e Dolph and
children of Dallas. Texas.
Services a t t h e Methodist
church this Sunday evening at
7:30. Rev. Edwin Wright, of the
Christian church, conducting the
service.
Preaching services at both
churches S u n d a y morning at
eleven o’clock, as usual. During
August there will be Union ser­
vices in the evening
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Kling,
the latter the daughter of W. E.
Linn, arriyed from Chicago the
first of the week, and are guests
in the Kreiger home.
A number from Estacada and
vicinity including J. K. Ely and
family, L. Hale of Currinsville,
attended the Chatauqua at Glad­
stone last Sunday and heard the
noted Billy Sunday.
E. W. Bartlett and wife took
in the Elks' convention at Salem
last week Mr. Bartlett was a
charter member of the Elks
lodge at La Grande where he for­
merly resided, before coming to
Estacada.
George Pointer has a striking
display in the window of the tel­
ephone office showing samples of
his work in painting, tinting and
graining besides sign painting.
Those who employ him find that
they have made no mistake.
The Linn family will hold its
reunion Sunday, which has been
made an annual affair. As there
are numerous members in this
vicinity, large attendance is ex­
pected. No doubt they will have
a very enjoyable time in sylvan
shades as the affair is to take
place out of doors.
Edward G. Barger mechanical
expert for Neustadter Bros, of
Portland, was in town Saturday
and called at this office. Mr.
Barger is a grandson of Franklin
Pierce who homesteaded what
afterwards became the site of
Estacada. He advertises two
lots for sale in this issue.
Mrs. Frank Ewing of ChehaMs,
Wash., who was visiting friends
here, did not leave last Thursday
as was reported in the N ews .
She was planning to go, but the
baby took sick with a bad cold,
and then she was taken sick also,
and both wore under the doctor’s
care. They are stopping at the
Lovelace hospital.
Page Five
A camping party with covered
wagon, buggy a n d tent, en­
camped on the fiat back of the
city hall last Tuesday evening.
They are traveling through the
country in a very comfortable
manner, and as the roads are
good should find it very pleasant,
though not as expeditious as with
an auto.
PLACE
R. R. CARLSON
Undertaker and Embalmer
Gresham - Oregon
Warren McWillis
your
Fire Insurance
in the Home Company
and through th'e Home Agent
J . W. REED
Local Agent for Estacada
HOLMAN & PACE
ESTACADA
F uneral D irectors
A jront for
Oregon City
The Pacific States
Wm. D ale , I,ocal Representative.
fire Insurance Company
T elephone
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The Time to Save !
R IG H T N O W ! Remember,
your Bank account isn’t in­
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save next month or next year.
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