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NEWS, FRIDAY, APRIL 13, 1928
Cookery Club Organized
A new camp cookery club has been
organized at the Orient school. Clar
ence Oak, former Sandy boy, is vice
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Hen Pickens, whose arm was frac
tured last week while working for
the city on the slide at the head
works, is getting along nicely. He
was taken to St. Vincent's hospital.
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p eo p les sto r e
D is trib u tio n W ith o u t W a s te
S a v in g s W i t h S e rv ic e
! Compare our prices, quality for quality, day in and day out, with those offered
| by any other system of merchandising. Note the cleanliness of our store, the
| variety of our stock and the guaranteed quality of every item. Add to these
things the unfailing courtesy.
Opportunities to E c o n o m ize
Cottrell P. T. A. Meets
Cottrell P. T. A. met Thursday
ii lit, an excellent program being
ovided by Mr. and Mrs. J. Fowler
and Mrs. Wm. Dyer. Miss Maxwell
and Mrs. Turner, teachers, .will have
charge o f the May program.
New Pupils Enter
Edward and Elliott Sweetland en
trued Mr. Mallory's room at the gram
mar school, and Albert was registered
in Mrs. Zenger’s room Monday. Tht
hoys* father is cutting wood in c
camp near Firwood.
j variety of patterns, reg.
’ 25c and 30c yd.
Special at, yard
F r id a y a n d S a tu r d a y
Pint bottle, Banquet
Table, 2 bottles
per bottle 17c
STALEY SALAD OIL
SIX GLASSES FREE
with 6 cakes of
Comet Brand; one of
Fancy Clackamas Co.
4 pounds for
ner Thursday evening. R. VV. Mallerv To Cli m b Mt. Hood
SH ASTA TEA
o f Sandy grammar school was also
Winter sportrf were still fine last
E Orange Peko, Ceylon-
Because o f being exposed to diph present. The guests all remained to Sunday and next Sunday about twen
theria at the Martin home, Helen spend the evening.
I India with other choice
ty Mt. Hood Ski club enthusiast
2 pkgs. for
Mrs. J. B. Jonsrud and daughters plan to climb Mt. Hood on skiis if th<
Scott has gone home for the present
and Blanche Bruce has been staying Genevieve, Frances and Mrs. Ethi 1 day is fit. The boys will likely star
9-lb bag pure clean oats
1-2 lb. package
Majestic, who is here visiting her from near Battle Axe Inn.
with Mrs. A. Hoernicker.
John Macho and Sons lost a young . home folk, were all at Brightwood
Guernsey heifer a few days ago that Sunday and were dinner guests at Jones’ Attorneys Here
had just come fresh. The Machos the home o f Mr. and Mrs. Art Jons
Hedges and Latourette o f Orego.
Full Quart Jar
have just completed clearing three rud. Evelyn Mutchler was also in City, attorneys for Earl Jones, wer.
acres and will plant potatoes in the the party.
in Boring a few days ago getting
Early Garden, tender
Miss Ruth Krebs was out from the data. R. B. Jones, who has been ir
Anna Stout o f Brightwood was city Sunday to spend Faster with the hospital since March 15, the day
and sweet, No. 2
attend her home o f the bomb tragedy, was reported
tflkon to the Portland sanitarium last relatives a n d
cans, 6 for
week where she was operated on for church services.
in a critical condition last week.
Harry Mitchell has been trans
W A X PAPER
Mr. and Mrs. Henry are hack at ferred from his work in the city to Sunrise Church Service Held
COFFEE NO. i
the Sandy Lumber company mill and Idaho where he is doing engineering
A sunrise service was held at
W HITE KING SOAP
White Wrap, Try It!
Mrs. Henry will have charge of the
Mr. and Mrs. P. T. Shelley at Pleasant Home M. E. church Easte
4 rolls for
10 bars for
tended the Union o f Clubs meeting morning, which was followed by an
cook house again.
3 lbs. $1.00
Mrs. J. C. Duke left for the city at Molalla Friday night, and Mr. Shel egg hunt, after which breakfast was
Friday hut will probably be out again ley gave a talk during the program. served in the kitchen by Leaguers
Sandy Rebekah lodge has been Later, regular church services were
in a couple of weeks.
Mrs. Caroline Bruns, Sandy pio holding special social evenings during attended.
neer, keeps mieserahle from bronchi the winter once a month which have
tis, and has been up and down for poved very enjoyable to their mem Leaves for Alaska
bers and friends.
Willie Andresen left last week for
Mrs. Blanche Shelley will take up
Mrs. Webb. McGinnis came home Nushagak, Alaska,, to work through,
¡1 term o f jury work at Oregon City [ Saturday an.l brought little Shirley |the summer in salmon cannerie», as he
H . B . S N Y D E R , P ro p r ie to r
ESTACADA, O R EG O N
on April HI.
La Verne from the hospital and both has been doing for several seasons.
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Tawney drove | are getting along nicely,
He will work on the boat on his way i
ill the way down from Welches to j Airs. J. M. ( ’ . Miller spent Satur up, which will take about a month i
ttend the forest service program day night in the city to attend the to make the trip.
staged at the high school Wednesday meeting o f the N. W. Poetry society
ample, gave evry ounce o f their abil
ity to make the pictures the whirlwind
night in tie interest o f forest pres
Mrs. C. O. Duke entertained a'
To Sponsor Clinic
success that the critics claim it is.
luncheon Monday and for the day
The Sandy Women’s club is con
Mrs. K. II. Tawney o f Welches wa, two Portland friends. Mrs. Eaton and
templating sponsoring a clinic fot
C eleb ra tes 13th B irth d ay
honored last Wednesday with a tie- Mrs. Anderson.
pre-school children this spring if suf-
Neva Lemon was 13 years old Sat
lightful luncheon given by Mrs. Geo.
Monday evening Mrs. Raymond en
ficent first graders from the various
urday and to celebrate the event she
The guests included tertained with a crab louie dinnei
districts warrant the effort. A sur
invited fifteen o f her girl friends to
Mrs. John Greenwood, Mrs. James |the following: Mrs. ( ’. O. Duke, Mrs
vey is being made to secure the num
> The first half of the 1927 tax is paya
her home. Games were played which
Talbot, Mrs Clyde Tawney, Mrs. W. Roberta Williams, Miss Edith Shell
ber to enter school next fall.
included an egg hunt, and the girls
E. Welch and Mrs. K. II. Tawney.
and Nellie R. Zenger.
ble on or before may 5.
had a delightful time. The refresh
Mrs. Edward M. Roberts also o f
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Miller ant
Welches entertained during the past Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wewer went to
This bank secures the statement,
Mrs. J. W. Dixon will be hostesi cream and delicious angel food cake.
week for Mrs. W. M. Davis and Mrs. the city Tuesday to see Mr. and Mrs.
checks the statement as to its correct
Virginia Tuttle o f Portland.
Robert Matlhes and: the Misses Marit at the next meeting o f Sandy Worn
Mrs. Roy Rathman has rented her and Amamlu Miller o ff on the firs' en's club, Alay 2, at her Cherryville A id to E n tertain
ness, and attends to the payment of
home. Mrs. Shelley, Mrs. C. O. Duke
farm at Cottrell for three years to log o f their journey to Australia.
The M. E. Ladies’ Aid will enter
Mr. Light who has moved his family
Air. and Mrs. Owen Granger of and Mrs. Raymond Murray will en tain the young married ladies o f the
from the Bluff road to the place.
Bull Run entertained at dinner or tertain jointly at the next social eve community at the church, on Wed
Mrs. Amanda Byron has returned Sunday All*, and Airs. J. \V. Dixon ning of the club, April 16.
nesday afternoon, April 18, begin
It is well to send in for the statement
from Medford and friends of her and Dorothy, Mr. and Airs. Leonard
n in g ’at 2:30. All are cordially in
at an early date.
daughter, Airs. Crose, will be glad to Howitt. Later the Howitts and Mrs
vited to be present. If there are ba
Ganger called at the I. T. Howitt
hear the latter is much improved.
bies bring them along for a good
Mrs. Joe Caldo had a real surprise home in Portland.
Sunday when twenty (Mends dropped i Mrs. E. Christianson’s niece, Mar
in bringing a wonderful Easter din- garet Brown o f Barton, has beer
tier in honor of her birthday, which ' here visiting for several days,
Wm. Ganger has been going to the
Safe Deposit Boxes, $3.00 per year.
Mrs. II. C. Goldsmith took her chil- city to take treatments for his eye
dren Billy McGinnis and Roxie Me - 1 which was injured recently.
While not hailed as a mystery play,
Cormick to Laurelhurst park Satur-1 Louis Dulmrku had his tonsils re ’’ Tlie Great Mail Robbery,” which
day to participate in the big Easter moved Alomluy and stood the ordeal comes to the Liberty Theatre Friday!
e g g hunt.
and Saturday, April 13 and 14, boasts j
You’ll find our stock of
a plot which furnishes a number of
Ii. W. Mallory went to St. Helens:
“ twists” of the most amazing de
I l end .Saturday and Sunday and Give Turkey Dinner
this week end will be with Principal;
Mr. and Mrs. John Teuseher of
G. D. Orr up the mountains with th e ! Cherryville honored Air. and Mrs. J purposes and totally unexpected de
boy who are to be taught the rudi-1 T. Ogden and Dick and Frances Stout velopments, in addition to qualifying
ments of forestry work
with a splendid turkey dinner last as one o f the most thrilling produc
Mr. and Mrs, A. Pahrena attended Sunday, the dinner being served at tions ever shown on the screen.
a large party at Aurora Saturday 6 o ’clock, and all “ the fixins” were
its whirlwind action, sustained in
night given for Mrs. Dahrens aunt, included us if it were Thanksgiving
H. A. LaBarre, Prop.
had since the establish
production, culminates in a cilmax
“ Grandma” Stewart, whose eighty- time.
which is described as terrific and j
SOC<>ntl birthday occurred on that
| SPECIALS FOR SATURDAY AND MONDAY |
ment of our Oregon
| which is calculated to bring even the
datip. Mrs. W h ir and daughl er-in- Ha* New Electric Range
= Chocolates, all flavors, reg. 50c, special, lb...... 39c 1
law o f Pleasant Home wti*re also
Mrs. Oven Granger is delighted most blase theatre-goers to the edge
Every new spring color,
armmg the seventy guests prosent. ¡with her new electric range. M rs o f his seat.
= A new dessert for kiddies and grownups; Jell
ever new style, every
\h<. \t‘bar taking the lovely bilthdav Granger is supplied with “ ju ice" first
Based on the guarding o f mail
Dessert, in an flavors, 3 for ...................... 25c |
material is here for
cakip. Dancing entertained and the hand as Mr. Granger works at the trains by detachments o f U. S. ma
E Large size can Reaches,
each.................. 25c |
rines, this great F. B. O. picture fea
»Sandy gm sts arrived heune at <i
your leisurely selection.
o’cl.i>ck Sunday morning.
tures the tingling thrill o f rustlin'
E Large size can Apricots,
each................... 25c 1
Choose your new things
locomotives, o f government airplanes
Mrs J. M. O. Miller had the pleas
| Shrimps, can ............................................................ 20c 1
ure of entertaining Brinci pal ant!
Saturday, girls o f the Orient cook- ; mounting machine guns, and the wil I
| Clams, flat, each .................................................... 20c 1
here, where 34 store
Mrs. G, D. Orr, Mist Ednu Thompson ing school held a bake sale at Walkit disorder of a train holdup replet
buying power gives you
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with explosions and sudden death.
and Miss Arleigh Kümmerer at din Proctor's store.
"The Great Mail Robbery” includes
the largest selection.
I in its cast such well known favorites
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Seed gray oats; ton
. Del Monte C offe ......... $0« E
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Mailt1-, and was directed by* George
E Seed white oats; ton
Table Salt, 5 lbs.....................is* =
B. Settz. famous as the man in charge
E Feed wheat, reclenned
*2 65 Shum Shum Oil, quart
Oregon Dairy feed, sack *1.75
f the filming o f "The Vanishing
We are agents for Smith’s Flower Shop. We will order for you or
S Ass’n Dairy feed, sack
Crown Cake flour, 5 lbs. 3Sc 5
you mak make your own »election. Ask us.
= Gr. Barley , sack .
Pride o f Waldo Hills Flour—
In "The Great Mail Robbery" Mr.
! s Gr. Corn
49s, Valley Wheat
. Seitz has outdone himself, and every
— Coffee (Guaranteed), lb. 35* These are our every-day prices
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