Eastern Clackamas news. (Estacada, Or.) 1916-1928, September 22, 1927, Page Page 5, Image 5

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N E W S, THU RSD A Y , SE P T E M B E R 22, 1927
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Sunday School a t 10: a. m.
W orship service a t 11.
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Mr. I. D. C u ster, a re p re se n ta tiv e o f
the N e ar E ast R elief will b rin g us th e
m essage.
C hristian E n d eav o r in th e evening
T opic: W hat W uold hap p en if all
C hurch M em bers w ere R eally C h rist­
ians? 1 Cor. 13:1-13.
The People’s Store
GEORGE
Sunday School a t 2 p. m.
Mr. C u ste r will speak a t th e 3 :00
o ’clock service.
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The Standard
$5.00
oak wood on cars fo r the P o rtlan d
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m a rk e t „ and
sold a t a nice __•
price,
Cecil W rig h t accom panied Iv er H ag
;en to P o rtlan d T uesday on the Cur-
rinsville S to re T ruck.
C. B. L inn a n d R. S. Coop have
been doing som e wood saw ing in C ur-
rinsville la st w eek a n d firs t o f this
week.
Floyd H ale is in stallin g a F re e d Eis-
em ann Radio in th e C urrinsville sto re
th is week.
F re d Linns and J. C. Rickey w ere
in C urrinsville T uesday.
Mrs. E. E. E rickson and A tlee le ft
W ednesday m o rn in g fo r
Spokane,
W ashington to visit th e ir son and
b ro th e r and ex p ect to be gone tw o
w eeks.
V IO L A N E W S
A compact, shaving service
built for tough beards and
tender faces.
Stropped in a jiffy. A light­
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T h e best “ bu y ” on the
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ValetylutcuStrop Razor
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tio n —re tu rn it for a new one—no charge for cith er service.
A utoStrop Safety Razor C o., 656 Flret A ve., N ew York, N . Y.
Communities Mirror Farm Progress
W h e n f a rm e rs p ro s p e r, th e e n tir e c o u n try re a p s th e b e n e fit.
T h e i r s u c c e s s i n s u r e s i n c r e a s e d p r o s p e r i t y in t h i s c o m m u n i t y — a n d
in c r e a s e d b a n k d e p o s its .
Tins explains o u r enthusiasm fo r the Pacific In te rn a tio n a l
L ivestock E xposition, th e 17th A nnual o f which will be held in
P o rtlan d , O ctober 29th to N ovem ber 5, inclusive. H ere every fa rm e r
is a ffo rd e d the o p p o rtu n ity o f the y e ar to obtain a u th e n tic in fo r-
m a tio n 'o n fa rm in g problem s of all kinds. P u re Bred B eef and
D airy C attle, H orses, Sheep, Hogs, G oats and Eoxes will he exhib­
ited: also D airy, L and, and M a n u fa c tu re rs’ P ro d u c ts, $100,000.00
will bo d istrib u te d in Prem ium s.
B ecause the lessons lea rn ed th e re can be put to p ra ctic a l, p ro fit
able use on y our farm , we, here a t th e E stac ad a S ta te B ank sug g est
th a t you visit a t th e E xposition.
ESTACADA
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T he V iola school s ta rte d M onday
(he 12th w ith Mrs. Rose T rachsel as
te a c h e r, th e new b e g in n e rs fo r th e
y e a r a re : N eda P ric s te r, Ja m es T en ­
ney, Louis H u b b a r a n d C aroline Ju b b
J e a n e tte H am ilton, Glen M atton
and W illiam B row n a re a tte n d in g the
E stac ad a High school th is y ear, both I
Glen and Billy a re pro u d ow ners of
each a “ F ord B u g ” th a t th ey go back
and fo rth to school in.
Mrs. H. Brown called on Mrs. Fich­
en last P rid a y m o rn in g ta k in g Mrss.
Fichen and d a u g h te r E thel, Mrs. I.a-
C roy and Mrs. E arl L anhing to th e
S p rin g w a te r F a ir in th e a fte rn o o n , al
so those a tte n d in g th e S p rin g w a ter
F a ir from V iola w e re: Mr. Ray Mil­
le r a n d d a u g h te r B ernice, Mrs. Ed.
M iller, Mr. a n d Mrs. J. H am ilton. J r .
and son, Leslie. Mr. J . G. H am ilton,
Mr. and Mrs. L. T en n ey , Mr. and Mrs
A ndy G raham and W m. G raham .
Miss E sth e r L a C roy and Jack ie
M attox w ere d in n e r g u e sts a t th e La
C roy hom e Sunday.
A rock c ru sh e r has been installed
on th e Ju b b R oad w ith full crew w ork
ing a n d Mr. L aC roy th e road supervis
o r ssays th a t th e ro a d will be com ­
pleted in a few dayss.
Mr. and Mrs. Ja c k so n w ere S un d ay
visito rs a t the Jo h n M attoon home.
Mr. Jo h n Fichen o f E older, Colo.
fa th e r a n d Mr. Geo. Fichen o f Blaon. j
A modem oil
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for modern
motor can.
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Sunday School a t 10 a. m.
C hristian T n d ea v o r a t 7:15.
C hurch S ervice a t 8:00 a t w hich
tim e Mr. C u ste r will sp eak on the
N e ar E ast R elief.
W ilbur Looney, W ilb u r L inn a n d all enjoyed th e d a y fine.
D elb ert H itching a re ta k in g th e ir v a - 1 W ard D ouglass is loading sonic fin e
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e.;ual p a rts ol' fi. h co rn , cooked m a-
c aro n i (in sm all p iec es), a n d to m ato ,
te a s icd w ith b u tte r, salt and pepper,
A ny m im ed cooked m eat on hand m ay
be added.
SP R IN G W A T E R C H U RCH
T hom as I. K irkw ood, P a sto r
Stamp Book
H enry H eiple is th re sh in g c lo v e r '“ f ion
th e H u c k leb e rry M ountains
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th is w p p k
nnd F lax Seed and finished up th e
" eck'
g ra in th a t w as n o t th resh ed b e fo re
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P itc h in g is in feeble
th e ra in s se t in.
h ealth a t P ^ s e n t.
E. E. E rickson th resh ed a fine lot
T he te a c h e rs and pupils took ad-
of fla x seed.
v a n ta g e of ch ild ren ’s day a t th e fa ir
1 coli o f can n e d talm oi la no in-
dication oi’ its quality. It indicates
variety. T here a re several kindss o f
"Union and these v ary in color a f te r
c anning from a bright red to alm ost
w hite.
uses, b ro th e r a t Mr. Ed Fichen,
it ! coup!-- o f w eeks visiting w ith
the Fichen fam ily anti callin g on old
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Mr. Jo h n F ichen used to
live here.
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M is. E<1 M iller was a c aller a t the
v w v A1 Dodson home M onday.
Mrs. L acey of Dodge visited w ith
Mrs. Tom W attson over th e w eek end
Mrss. A ndrew s o f F o rt A ngles has
been a g u e st a t th e hom e o f h e r sis t­
er, Mrs. Jo e McComb re tu rn in g hom e
lost week ta k in g w ith her, h e r little
dau g h ter, D orthy who has been s ta y ­
ing w ith .Mrs. M cCom b th is p ast S um ­
m er.
Mrs. Tom Iiall and d a u g h te r of
E ugene, also visited w ith h e r siste r
Mrs. Jo e McComb. Mr. and Mrs. Jo e
McComb a n d sons, A lb ert and Bud
I accom panied them hom e, w here th ey
.¡sited ab o u t a w eek re tu rn in g S u n ­
day. Mr. McComb says he enjoyed
his honey m oon very m uch.
Mrs. N ina K eller called on M rss.
Tom W atson, F rid ay .
Mr. and Mrs. Bob M a tto n and
j d a u g h te r a n d son E d y th and K enneth
I re tu rn e d last w eek from a w eeks h u n t
j ing trip to L. C. Beach.
The social a t th e M. E. ch u rch last
¡p
F rid ay was a success w ith a larg e at-
j tendance a good p ro g ram w as re n d ­
ered w ith cake and punch as re fre sh -
nients tho u g h we w ould liked to have
seen m ore o f th e new people th a t has
moved in to Viola.
Mr. and Mrs. Dodson and fam ily r e ­
tu rn ed hom e from a tr ip to E a s te rn
O regon, F rid ay , w here th e y have p u r­
chased a ra n ch and a re g e ttin g re ad y
to leave a b o u t M onday, th e re m any
friends will h a te to see them go, th ey
have been living a t th e Jo h n F ich en
place th e p a st year.
Mr. Jackson, Mr. M a tta a n a n d
d a u g h te r D ories, K enneth M atto o n ,
C linton and Louis H u b b a rd w ere call
ers a t th e La Croy home S unday.
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