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About Eastern Clackamas news. (Estacada, Or.) 1916-1928 | View Entire Issue (April 13, 1928)
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This in bare outline is “ The Big
Parade,” the finest and greatest of
i'll pictures. It must be seen to be
Remember the date, Tuesday, Wed
nesday and Thursday, next week.
CLACKA i VTAS NEWS, rPJDAY. APRIL 13, 1928 "*
son Hansen has been out o f school
for several days with a severe at
tack o f tonsilitis.
Dinner guests at the Wiley Howell
home Sunday were Kathleen Beck,
Edna Heiple, Jack Akins and Melvin
and Guy Keller.
Mildred Marshall spent Tuesday
night as a guest o f Lucille Guttridge.
Sunday guests at the P. T. Monroe
home were their son Herbert and
family, Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert and two
sons, Mr. and Mrs. Ferguson o f Port
land and Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Park.
Mr. and Mrs. Archie Howell and
daughters visited Sunday with rela
tives at Sunnyside.
R. C. Keuhner, county club leader,
was in this neighborhood on Monday.
S p r ia fw a t e r C hurch
Sunday school at 10 a. m.. service
o f worship at 11. Subject, “ Raster’s
Anti-climax.” Christian Endeavor at
7:30 p. m.
The service is different.
We specialize in giving
personal service to each
of our guests. Every
detail in our dining
room is so homelike that it can’t help but appea il.
Can’t we serve you? You are always welcome ar
the doors are never closed
Never has the screen offered any
thing to compare with "The Big Pa
rade,” King Vidor production starring
G e o r g e C hu rch
John Gilbert, which will open at the
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Sunday school at 2 p. m., Church
Mrs. Henry Cromer and daughter
Liberty Theatre here Tuesday, April
service at 3 .‘ Let us keep up the in
17, for a three days' run. It is a Ruth visited during the week end
terest that was manifested in the
picture that will haunt the memory with relatives in Oregon City.
Easter service last Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Everett Shibley were
To see this amazing film is to live Sunday dinner guests at the R. E.
through the period o f the great con Beck home.
Holy Mass will be celebrated at
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Shearer o f Port
flict as only those who reached the
St. Oloysius church on the first am'
front lived through it. The hundreds land spent the week end at the Ed.
third Sundays o f each month at 10:30
o f tales told by veterans themselves Shearer home.
a. m., Father Bernards of Milwaukie
Roadwork is progressing nicely in
and the thousands o f books written
about the war pale into insignificance this neighborhood with grading crews
Don t hesitate to ask for any choice cuts you prefer
E a g le C reek C hurch
before these vital, glowing, richly and rock crusher working full force.
— we are glad to serve you.
Mr. and Mrs. Mann and Miss Manr
Sunday school at 10:30 a. m„ C.
dramatized scenes o f an American
doughboy’s adventures in France.
Mr. and Mrs. Snyder and children
Try our fine assortment of cheese. We can supply
Director Vidor and Laurence Stall with their daughter and niece, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Stauffer and fam 8 p. m. The ladies have given the
you with almost any kind you desire.
ings, author o f "The Big Parade,” and Mrs. Forest Erickson.
ily were guests at the Matt Jagmire church a thorough cleaning, and what
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Walker of home on Friday evening.
an improvement it has made! But
himself a veteran who contributed a
Our home-cured Hams and Bacons are delicious!
leg to the cause, have created at least Portland were out at their farm for
Chris. Bitner and son Willie re let’s not try to keep it clean by stay
four authentically human characters the week end.
turned from Oregon City Saturday ing away. T. I. Kirkwood, Minister
in tellling his story: Jim Apperson,j
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Guttridge ani where the latter had been having his
M eth odist Church
the film ’s central figure, superbly j children spent Sunday with relatives injured foot cared for.
The church is the organized Chris
played by John Gilbert; Slim and Bull at Silverton.
S. B. Brown has been suffering
The Van Hoy family visited rela from an attack o f neuritis.
tianity o f the community. The church
his buddies, irresistibly brought to
life by Karl Dane and Tom O’ Brien, tives in Oregon City Sunday.
L. N. Vallen and son Orvel of is a school o f Christian character,
Guests at the George Bridge home Scots Mills spent Sunday at the Dan ready to do its work.
and Melisande, a French peasant girl
those who claim that they do not
delightfully portrayed by Renee Ador- Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. E. A. De Stahlnecker home.
ee. These four characters move vaney and daughter Irene, Mr. and
Donald Nelson o f Elwood and Hel need to attend church— they can be
through the maelstrom o f the war in Mrs. T. A. Weigant and son Eugene en Ernst o f Portland were married religious at home. These same peo
scenes that, whether comic or tragic, o f Portland, W. P. Farmer and Joe Friday at Oregon City. A hilarous ple could also educate their own
Twead o f Seattle.
Lawren Bridge chivaree was staged for them Satur children at home, but they prefer to
are always profoundly fascinating.
His adventures in France, in com was ten years old on that day and day night at the home o f the groom’s send them to an organized school
pany with two army pals, make up they all came up to help him cele father, Rev. J. E. Nelson, where the because as a whole, organized schools
do better. Teachers are not all sages
the greater part o f the picture. He brate.
young couple are living.
Gilbert Lewellen o f Portland spent
meets Melisande and a romance en
Mrs. Elbert Harris and daughter but they render the children a ser
and by Saturday
sues. His company is ordered to the the week end with his father E. E. Anita of Colton is visiting her par vice that could not be rendered in
front, and the separation that fol
ents, Mr. and Mrs. M. Park, this any other way. People could be re
The R. S. Guttridge family and week.
ligious at home, but how many o f us
lows is heartbreaking. Melisande,
learning of his departure, seeks him Jyn Guttridge visited relatives at
Mr. and Mrs. Otis Vallen visited spend an hour or two every week
out to bid him goodbye and cannot Gladstone Sunday.
at the home o f her brother. Stanford reading scripture, in prayer in addi
Miss Esther Head spent the week Cox of Estacada, Sunday, where the tion to some phase o f Christian duty
find him. In this scene Miss Adoree
should be at its best
is magnificent. She stands in the end with her folks at Reedville.
stork left a seven-pound boy a few and privilege? Out o f the hundred
Mr. and Mrs. Marion Millard of days ago.
and sixty-eght hours of the week,
middle o f the road looking this way
Now is the time to get your tackle and be all ready
and that for Jim while lorries laden Portland visited during the week end
Mrs. A. W. Stauffer and Mrs. Matt could not one be given to church
for the big fellows to strike.
with troops pass by in all the haste with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Pork called on Mrs. L. M. Cox on service o f Almighty God? Death is
and tumult and confusion of war. At Millard.
certain and if not in favor with Go«'
Visitors o f Mr. and Mrs. Moger on
hell is sure.
last she spies him, embraces him for
When you have that good rod, line and reel, with the
a moment, and then is left weeping Sunday evening were Mr. and Mrs N E IG H B O R S O F W O O D C R A F T
The church, by its prayers, its mu
right spinner or wabbler, and your reel says “ zing,”
C E L E B R A T E A N N I V E R S A R Y sic, its lessons o f life, the thought
-in the road side clasping to her heart Bard and on Monday evening Mr.
you know the big boy is on.
and in spiration o f a congregation,
a shoe he has thrown her.
Mr. Madden came home Tuesday
The Neighbors o f Woodcraft cele and individuals lifts to higher levels.
The spectacular scenes at the front
in the succeeding half of the film after spending a few days with hi. brated their 31st anniversary o f the
The subject to be discussed at 11
beggar description. Jim’s pals are daughter and husband at Whiteson. Grand Circle Thursday evening in the a. m. and 7:30 p. m., npxt Sunday
Mrs. Moger spent Tuesday after Masonic hall, and their distinguished will be "Does Godliness Pay ” and
killed, he himself is wounded; he re
turns home minus a leg, finds hir noon visiting with Mrs. Hobson.
visitor was Mrs. Roland, grand or The Inner Kingdom.”
We have a full line of salmon and trout tackle, in
The Hansen family spent Sunday ganizer forn\ Portland. A short pro get the benefit, derived from these
girl engaged to his brother and re
cluding your favorite hooks, spinner or wabbler.
visiting relatives in Portland. Addi- gram was given, followed by a supper two sermons.
turns to France to seek Melisande.
in the dining hall. After supper the
There was a wonderful Sunday
balance o f the time till midnight was school last Sunday at 10 a. m. Come
devoted to dancing. All report
again and help make it still greater.
pleasant and enjoyable occasion.
Epworth League meets at 7 p. m.
The next card party to be given by
A cordial welcome to all who come
Municipal Terminal, Sixth and Salmon Sts.— Phone Main 7733.
the organization will be on Thursday this way. C. T. Cook, Pastor.
evening, April 19, in the Masonic hall
ESTACADA TO PORTLAND
Oregon City, Oregon
and the price for joining the game
will be 25 cents instead of 35 cents.
You are given a personal invita
Our Supply of REACH Baseball equipment is ready
A.M. P.M. P.M.
Everybody is invited.
A.M. P.M. P.M.
tion to attend a silver tea at the home
for your inspection.
2:30 6:50 Lv. Eagle Creek 8:16 4:46 8 :55
P arty at H sip ls Hoina
16, given by the Garden club.
2:40 7:00 Lv. Barton
Several couples from Estacada
8:45 6:16 9:15
3 :05 7:26 Lv. Carver
were invited tothe Henry Heiple
Lv. Eagle Creek
3:15 7:35 Lv. Clackamaa 8:15 5:25 9:26
9:30 6:00 10:00
3:30 7:50 Ar. Portland
home at Currinsvllle Saturday eve
(A ) Saturday Only.
•Daily except Sunday
ning to attend a five hunderd party.
Leave Estacada 4:30 p. m.
SUNDA— Leave Portland 10 a. m.
There were guests to the number o(
twenty present and the party was a
very enjoyable affair. Mrs. D. Es-
hleman and Henry Beer made the
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AMONG NEARBY NEIGHBORS
S T E i
Estacada Meat Co.
The River is Droppin:
C. G. Miller Co.
La st Call Fo r Registration! I
N otice to O. E. S. M em ber«
TO THE LOAF
An ideal slice-size for toasting, sandwiches and
children’s between meal snacks.
ECONOMICAL FOR LARGE FAMILIES
The same Holsum quality that won the Harry M.
Freer Trophy the second time in two years. The
same price as the regular large loaf.
Sold at Your Favorite
A I C / l M
Grocery and R e s t a u - 1 * U l * * * * T T f
rants in Estacada and ,0
TUitttf m tm ln o f duHeftum family
L N G LOA F
There will be a regular communi
cation o f Mountain Chapter No. 108
O. E. S. on Tuesday evening, April
17, in Masonic hall. Initiation ant’
lefreshments. All members are re
quested to be present.
Nina B. Ecker, Secretary.
S. E. Woo*ter
FARM LOANS A SPECIALTY
The only exception applies to those who voted at any election in the last
A tt o r n e y
— and you will be using your car more and more as
thè rainy days change into bright sunshiny
Better run the old bus in and let our expert me
chanics tune up the motor and put her in first class
condition. Do not take the chance of having your
outing spoiled by a balky motor.
two years and who have not since changed their legal residence.
General Practice Confidential
C ity , O reg on
Swearing in of votes is now prohibited by the Constitution.
S cb u eb el, B eattie 4k M iller
Attorneys at Law
6 per cent state school money to
loan on farms; General law prac
tice. Bank o f Oregon City Bldg.
MAYO’S TIRE SHOP
M odern V u lca n isin g
D ry C u re
S ection a l W ork
Old tires bought; Reasonable
prices paid. Second-hand tirer
for sale at reasonable prices.
Cascade cTWotor Co.
J. CLOSNER, Proprietor
you cannot vote at the Primary Election
R eal E stala L oan «, Insurance
O. D. EBY
If you are not registered by next Tuesday
18 years experience
All Work Guaranteed
Register at once and protect your right to vote
Go to the Courthouse or to your precinct registrar
After Next Tuesday Will Be Too Late
DONALD J. RYAN, County Clerk