Eastern Clackamas news. (Estacada, Or.) 1916-1928, June 08, 1928, Page PAGE FOUR, Image 4

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    EASTERN CLACKAMAS NEWS, FRIDAY, JUNE 8, 1928
PAGE FOUR
taught by Miss Kokel o f Molallu.
The class o f three eighth graders i>
George Willing, Clarence Chaney
and Dorothy Kuhl and all passed
with good grades. Their picnic was
held on Saturday near Suter's creek
GEORGE, June 7.— (Speciali.— with a good attendance. The lunch
The George school closed Friday, consisted o f roasted weiners, buns,
May 25, after a succe ful year, sandwiches, salad, cake and ice cream.
Mr Anthony Novak of Pasadena,
Calif., came up to visit her aunt and
cousin Mrs. H. Howard and daughter
Sarah last week.
C. A. Johnson gave a surprise
party on Mrs. Johnson in honor of
their fifteenth wedding anniversary
The guests were Mr. and Mrs. Gohr
ing, Mr. and Mrs. Ahlberg, Mr. and
Mrs. I.eihammer o f Estacada, Mr. and
Mrs. H. Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. H.
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Klinker and Mr. and Mrs. Julius
Raulsen. Three tables o f five hun­
I C A R L D O U G L A SS POST A M ER ICAN LEGION l dred were played, the prizes going
to Mr. and Mrs. Gohring, first, and
Mr. and Mrs. H. Johnson, second.
Julius t’uulsen, George Willing und
Fred l.ins motored up to llermiston,
Ore., Sunday, May 28. Mr. Paulsen
and Fred Lins returned Wednesday
but George expects to remain most
of the summer to work..
John Willing and mother, Mrs.
Mary Willing o f Sellwood spent Fri­
day and Saturday with their son,
George, and Mr. Willing attended the
school picnic.
Mrs. F. Carruth and son Donald of
at the
Portland called on Mrs. Julius Paul-,
sen, Sunday.
Mrs. Carruth is a
teacher in Washington High school
and she and her son expect to take
a trip East in their car after school
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closes.
Robert Miller and family spent
Sunday in Viola with relatives.
G O O D TIME
Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Chaney and
children spent Sunday evening with
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Mr. and Mrs. Julius Paulsen.
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Johnson ant
family and Mr. and Mrs. H. Johnson
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spent Sunday afternoon at the lake
in Estacada.
Mrs. Ralph Duncan and Miss Edith
Harkenrider o f Estacada motored oul
on Monday evening to the home oi
Mr. and Mrs. Julius Paulsen and en
joyed
strawberry shortcake am
— cream.
GEORGE SCHOOL CLOSES
AFTER SOCCESSFOL TEAR
DANCE
Saturday, June 9th
E agle Creek H all
I Plan Now
I To Celebrate
I The Fourth
I At Estacada !
| Some of the Features will be—
BIG P AR AD E , Many Beautiful Floats
BAND CONCERTS
PATR IO TIC ADDRESSES
B ASEB ALL G A M E , Estacada vs. Boring
M ID N IG H T M ATIN E E at the Liberty Theatre
I Mammoth Fireworks
Display
B o d y b y F is h e r !
C ascade cTWotor Co.
THE
E S T A C A D A
P H A R M A C Y
IMPORTANT
W E H A N D L E K E R R 'S F E E D S F O R T H I S R E A S O N : —
W e bel iev e K e r r ’ * Feed* giv e the pers on who buy* them
the most f o r the dollar. Thi* choic e was made a f t e r y e a r ’ s
o f e x p e r ie n c e in Dairy and Pou ltry Feeds.
Come in and we will explain further and will gladly help you solve
your feed problems.
B A R T H O L O M E W & LA W R E N C E
P h o n e 601
E .t a c a d a , O r e g o n
H er e f r o m N ew Jerse y
Miss Mildred Corey o f Summer
ville, New Jersey, is visiting at the j
home of Mrs. W. J. Moore. She ar­
rived this week via the Panama canal
and San Francisco. She is supervi­
sor o f a Presbyterian hospital and is
making this trip on account o f her (
health. It is needless to say that the
visitor from the east is delighted with
Oregon and thinks she would like to j
reside here.
The News Does Job Printing
NOTICE O F A N N U A L SCHOOL
M EETIN G
Notice is hereby given to the legal
voters of school district No. 108 of
Clackamas County, State o f Oregon,
that the annual school meeting o f said
listrict will be held at the high school
ludltorium, to begin at the hour of
7:30 o ’clock p. m., on the third Mon­
day of June, being the 18th day of
June, A. D., 1928.
This meeting is called for the pur­
pose o f electing one director to serve
for the term o f three years, and one
clerk to serve for the term o f one
year and to transact other business |
usual at such meetings.
Dated this 25th day o f May, 1928. i
J. G. HAYMAN,
Chairman, Board of Directors.
Ottest: WM. DALE, District Clerk.
Publish June 1 to June 15, 1928
WANT ADS
LOST— Red book containing two
sales books. Geo. Lawrence and '
Son.
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HAL HOSS EXPRESSES
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HIS APPRECIATION
; j OREGON CITY, May 31.— (To the
• i E ditor).— Please permit me to ex-
; | press to you, and through you to the
■ republican voters o f Eastern Clack
: | anias county, my deep appreciatior
■ i for the support accorded me in the
: recent primary election. My vote in
• my home county was gratifying to me
: i i i i i i i i i i i i i i ii i i i i i i m i i i i i i ii i m i i ii i i i i i i i i ii i m i ii i i i i i i i i ii i i i H i i m i i i i i i i i ii i i i H i i i i i i ii i ■ i and I know full well that I should
not have found so many friends had
’ I it not been for the endorsement of
, [ your newspaper. It is an absolute
[ impossibility for a candidate to con­
tact each and every voter personally
and aside from that means there is
jy
, only one other so effective.
And
that is newspaper publicity.
I had my campaign so planned that
where I had newspaper supportl de
pended upon it almost exclusively, al
though 1 did make as much o f a per­
sonal campaign over the state as 1
could. In Portland, where I had no
newspaper support. I centralized my
personal work, and by balancing tht
two succeeded in making a consistent
show ing all over the state.
The reports appear to show that I
was either first or second in number
o f votes for this office in every coun­
ty except one, and in that county 11
had no newspaper representation
whatever, and did not visit there.
My success is a distinct tribute
to the influence o f the up-state press.
A number o f my editor friends have (
been so kind as to say that their
faith in me and their knowledge of
O V E R H ALF A MILLION N EW CH EV R O LE TS
my
ability and integrity gave them
ON THE R O AD SINCE J A N U A R Y 1
something to work on, and while of
course 1 felt that I was fully qual­
The latest Chevrolets have many new improvements.
ified for the position, and that the
Come in and look them over. We will take the
press would not have supported me
greatest pleasure in showing you the new ear.
had I not been, I know that the co­
operation and support o f the news­
papers o f Oregon was the essential
factor in winning the nomination. In
Estacada, Oregon
times o f elections, candidates natur­
ally turn to their friends for support.
Um
OJiej ^
\owest
Price
ever placed on an automobile with
Smith’s Flower Shop and can fur­
nish flowers suitable for all occasions
Van Brown and family have moved
to Moffitt, Wash., where he will be
employed by Cdaud Potter.
Mrs.
Brown has been the cook for Potter
here for the last three years and
Mr. Brown was the night watchman.
They will be similar employed at
the new lumbering operations of
Potter at Moffitt.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Mattoon, who
have been seriously ill, are greatly
improved. Mrs. Mattoon is able to
set up and Mr. Matton is now up
and around.
The work on the new road in this
vicinity is being continued as rapidly
as possible.
.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Hicinbothom
and Mrs. Lovell are attending the
state convention o f the grange at
Rainier this week.
WANTED— Small, gentle pony for (
Mrs. M. L. Sevier was a business
small boy. Call S. D. Dunlop, res­
visitor in Estacada first o f the week
idence phone 71-51.
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RACES and Many Sports Events
BIG STREET D A N C E A T NIGHT
Say
It With Flowers
We are agents for
Fortunately for me a great numboi
o f my friends were in the newspaper
business and their support was more
I influential than any other group
could have been,
I was nominated without doubt as
a result o f the support of the news-
papers, but I am not a "newspaper”
candidate and there was no collusion
between publishers to put me over.
Neither did my former connection as
an officer in the editorial association
have anything to do with my victory;
I was supported in many instances
by editors who had never been mem­
bers o f the association.
I am very grateful for the splendid
majority accorded me, am deeply ap­
preciative o f the confidence shown
in me by the electorate o f Oregon,
and thank you most sincerely for the
fine support you gave me. As sec­
retary of state it will be my objective
to give the people of this state a clear
conscientious administration of theii
affairs, free from politics and show
ing every courtesy possible.
Very truly yours,
HAL E. HOSS,
Republican nominee for Seci;etar>
o f State.
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FOR SALE — A Reliance two burner '
oil stove; almost new. Call at the
Library and see it.
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CLEARANCE SALE in Tomato
Plants, 3 dozen for 25c, June 11
to June 16. 0 . V. Coop.
LOST— Ring o f keys, between the
News office and Morgan’s store,
Saturday evening. Finder please
return to News office.
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FOR SALE— One Economy cream
separator, 200 lbs. capacity, also j
one reed baby buggy, good as new,
will sell cheap. F. A. Darrow, Es­
tacada, phone 64-2.
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FOR SALE— Business building, good
shape, at north side o f Home Res- *
taurant. Ideal place for store or t
work shop. Inquire Home Restaur­
ant, Estacada, Oregon.
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WANTED— Five tons each o f red
raspberries, loganberries, dewber­
ries and Himalayans. Highest
cash price. Chas. Weaver, Phone
82-6, Estacada.
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C. V. M A R T I N
Real
GRAY, EVERGLOW and PASTEL PARCHMENT
Three new colors added to my line of Hose
$ 1 .0 0
J. K . E L Y
Estacada, Oregon
Invest In The
Progress of the
Community..
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STRAYED— Sorrel horse about 8
years old, 900 lbs., branded. Was
last seen in Colton district. Please j
notify News office.
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REWARD— I will give $25 reward to
the person that can give me any
information as to who the parties
were that broke into my residence.
August Klett.
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Moonbeam Hose
Our town is growing. With the growth
more people are using electricity and
ALL the people are using MORE elec­
tricity. Our service must keep pace
with this demand.
W hen you invest your savings in
PORTLAND ELECTRIC P O W E R CO.
$6.00 First Preferred Stock
You’ re investing in the progress of the
community. Your investment pays a
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crease in value.
This Stock Yields 6.25 per cent Dividends
Write, call or phone today.
PORTLAND
Estate
Estacada, o .’ egon
Electric Power Co.
Dr. W . W . Rhodes
OSTEOPATHIC
Physician and Surgeon
Estacada
Oregon
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Portland, Oregon