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the substitute shingles last winter—
the roofing is rolled up in one season.
MANY SOCIAL EVENTS
HELD AT BULL RUN
M RS. J. M. C M IL L E R
E d ito r
S andy, O re g o n
BO a FACTORY TO BE
Mrs. F. C. Brosius was in Hood
H. B. Ballou began working on the
Monday, June 18, 8 o’clock p. m., Arrive From San D iego
River over Decoration day visiting
highway last week and is getting buck
is the date of the annual meeting of Arriving from San Diego last week
his old time muscle.
Kandy grade school district, at the were Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gist and j
Mrs. A. J. Wyant and Mrs. Stout
George Sharnke is home again from
school house. E. F. Bruns is retir children Stanley and Jean, and Miss During the last week more activi were
down from the Sandy Lumber J. B. Jonsrud, Sandy, has sold 80 Hood River but has not yet deter
ing director. Bruns ha* given more Olive Gist. The former will visit rel ties were reported from Bull Run compuny
settlement last Monday do acres of fir timber and his machinery mined if he will work here this sum
time to the work than any director in atives and friends two weeks before than from ajiy local paction, due ng shopping
at the old Cherryville shinglt* plant mer.
many years. “One good term de returning home und Miss Gist will largely to the fact that most of the The Webb in McGinnis
W. S. Dippold of the Eagle Creek The Clackamas County Bank is all
serves another,” is the opinion of remain here and she and her sister, communities were so busy in their now receiving its second coat of paint to
Shingle compuny. Dippold is moving painted up inside and everything
Ed’s friends. John Roberts should Mrs. Addie Crossier, will live togeth berry fields, and many from Kandy! which makes it still more attractive, to
the location, has imported machin looks ship-shape.
also be re-elected clerk,
er. Mrs. Gist has been with her par are also picking berries,
and the lawn is also being leveled.
White Salmon, and will op Little Kenneth Krebs is staying
* * * *
ents, the Hales, und is well known A school program at Bull Run Mr. and Mrs. Joe Clark and daugh erate from
a box factory. He hopes to with his great grandmother, Mrs. A.
The scarcity of houses in Sandy is
school house, in which the primary j ters were visitors at the Thomas begin work in six weeks. Berry and Byron, while Mrs. Krebs is busy in
nearing the “tragic” stage. Several were raised in Pleasant Home vicin room gave a play, “Cinderella,” and j Clark home Sunday and in the eve celery crates, apple boxes, etc., will the restaurant and confectionery.
people are turned away from the ity. Miss Gist has been visiting Mi's. the upper grades gave a Boy Scout' ning called at the Chas. Sharnke be made. However, the season is It is said that the grange supper
town every day, and any old shack George Beers and Mrs. Raymond play called a “Knotty Problem,” and home.
late, but he hopes to get celery crates Saturday night was the beat feed
could be rented as everything is full. I Murray.
Mrs. Maud Holt furnished music for Mrs. Hannah Nelson is quite im on the market this fall. Dippold’s ever served in Sandy, which is saying
proved and at home again from the brother, J. II. Dippold, will operate ' much. Mrs. Beatrice Wright was in
Fine Dairy Herd
Class history was presented by Vin- j hospital since last Thursday.
the shingle mill above Dover.
Industry’s feet are running fast Has Arthur
Mrs. C. L. Clinefelter arrived at
here with the berry picking and ship teen cows and is selling the milk, Olive Kelliher, the class prophecy by Gus Alert and wife for the first time
the Caspar Junker home Friday and
ping, the mills all working and the which tests about *> Per eent butter- Louis Haneberg. Exemption diplomas since the Alerts were married, Sun L u th e r a n Picnic Heli?
visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
oilers making things hum.
The annual Lutheran school picnic Frank Schmitz and family and friends
fat, to the head works, the camp at and Palmer method pins were pre - 1 day.
* * * .
Bear Creek dam and the Bull Run sented by the teachers, Miss Iverson Miss Dorothy Esson was in town was held Sunday at the grove near until Tuesday. Mr. Clinefelter came
Eastern money is flooding this store. Woodcock is shipping only and Miss Heltness. A standardiza Sunday afternoon calling on her the church. Preaching services were Sunday to visit. The Clinefelters
tion diploma was presented by L. father, R. E. Esson, and on friends. held in the morning, but no special formerly lived at Sandy.
country with paper shingles, and too one can per day to the city now.
program was given in the afternoon J. H. Scott, the engineer who sur
Haneberg, who gave a talk on the Miss Esson was with Albert Alt.
many Oregon folks are buying them.
school work, and Its being recently Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Johnson and owing to the children being at work veyed the Mt. Hood Loop highway,
It is killing home industry, according V isits City
to local mill and shingle men. The Frank Thiess went to the city standardized. Two years work of little Barbara were callers at the in the berry fields and having no was here Friday for a short time.
cedar shingle, a nature product, can Monday afternoon shopping which the pupils was on display. Decora home of Mrs. J. M. C. Miller Sunday time for preparation. A picnic din Mr. Scott is located in Salem.
not be improved upon by any com was his first trip to the city for a tions were Scotch Broom, snowballs afternoon. Mr. Johnson is editor of ner was served and refreshments sold. A number of members of the Luth
All report a most pleasant day. | eran congregation have been helping
the weekly Enterprise.
position of old rubber boots and as year and a half.
On Friday afternoon Mrs. H. Sol- Mrs. Mary I. Wilson has been ill Games were features of the after-1 ocnstruct the new barn and garage
bestos, which, it is claimed, is part of
derberg entertained the Bull Run and a physician had to be called Sun noon.
near the church property, the past
the composition shingle. There are V isit at Seaside
houses here roofed with cedar fifty Mrs. W. R. Telford and son Wal Women’s club, an event of the occa day.
All school children failing in any
years ago that are well preserved. lace, Boring, were visitors at the Tel sion being the announcement of the Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Duke will at L o g g in g to S ta r t Soon
Take a look at a house over the Ea ford cottage at Seaside for a week engagement of Mr. Solderberg’s tend the family reunion of the Greenwood & Lenz closed down subject this year must go to Oregon
niece, Miss Nellie Johnson, to Ted Wheeler-Wilson clan next Sunday at logging operations for ten days until City this week to take special ex
gle Creek way which was roofed with recently.
Haneberg, which was made during the home of Mrs. Strebin.
more road is built, and another don-* 1 aminations in the same under County
Mrs. Boyd Summers of Swim is key installed. The latter was ob Superintendent Vedder. This is an
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lunch was served. A guessing game pleased over the arrival of her mother tained from the Bear Creek Logging other departure from the old way.
of old time songs, which the hostess Mrs. Hart of California, who will
When logging is started in Jim Allison and Aanna Hennessey
arranged, resulted in Mrs. Ralph Gan spend the summer with Mr. and Mrs. company.
the Sandy Lumber j made a trip over to Newport recently
and Mrs. George Miller being Summers.
| Standard Crates, each ................................... $0 22 ger
make things hum and found the weather very cold and
for first honors. Twenty-two Jack Barnett went to Portland daily.
| Hallock Refills, per thousand........................ 3.50 tied
were present. Mrs. Elton Sloop and Sunday to hear Aimee McPherson
A. C. Baumback completed the
1 Hallock’s K. D., per thousand...................... 4.50 § Mrs. R. C. Shipley will entertain at preach.
of a barn for the Kitchings of
the next meeting.
W. Kircher, the pickle man from Road B eing G ra d e d
ONE WEEK ONLY—JUNE 6 to JUNE 13
the first of the week.
Miss Irene Iverson gave a party Pleasant Home, was in town recently Grading of the road from the Ore
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. placing his products with local mer gon Trail market road to the old Mr. Collier, father of Mrs. C. O.
Eagle Creek Tra d in g C om pany
Ganger in honor of the Bull Run chants. Kircher says he will handle Bruns place will be donti this week, j Duke, was a week end guest at the
class, the class of the '27 one hundred acres of cucumbers this and this will soon be a “regular’' ! Duke home, and also called at the
1 Eagle Creek, Oregon
Phone Estacada 42-51 = graduating
class. Others season at his pickle factory.
street. Herman Bruns, L. B. Green | August Hoernicker home, these men
7 mmmimmmmmmmmimmmmmmmmmmmmimmmmmmmm...... present were Mrs. grade Walter
Helms, The Cottrell Ladies’ Aid will hold and Henry Wewer are doing the I having been acquainted many years.
Kenneth Proctor has done splend-
M iss Alice Heltness, Mr. and Mrs. their apron bazaar next Saturday work.
dily at Oregon “U” this year, and is
Ganger. Members of the class sur night at the Community church and
now a full fledged “frat” man having
prised Miss Iverson with a beautiful a big ice cream feed will be another K linger« E n te r ta in
ring, and Miss Iverson also presented feature of the evening. A good Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Klinger enter recently been admitted to the Theta
Chi fraternity, the same as James
her class with rings. Refreshments crowd is hoped for.
Mr. and Mrs. W. Oren Ganger Crissey,
another Sandy U. H. S. boy.
were served, the table being decorat Clara Sitz is working for Mrs. tained
and Bobby with a duck dinner re
ed with the class colors, yellow and Arthur Woodcock at Bull Run. This cently
Distance is no question with us. Our
e w t c o n tin u e d on last pa g e
green. After dinner talks were given is Clara’s first going away from
equipment is at your service day or
by the guests. The members of the home to work.
graduation class are Olive Kelliher, Dr. and Mrs. Barendrick of Mc
Vincent Chiodo, Louis Haneberg; the Minnville, former residents of Sandy, 0
seventh grade class, Blanche Jadwin, are building a lovely new home at
Mary and Edith Chiodo, Walter Han the former place on a lot adjoining
Gresham- Oregon eberg
F IL L IN G S T A T IO N
and Stanley Miller. The last the F. D. Eason residence. The Dar
year’s class is Curtis Bacon, Charles endricks built the Scales residence 0 We specialize in remedying automobile ills. No 00
Butler and Russell Norquist.
at Sandy while living here.
matter what ailment your automobile may be suffer 000
Mr. and Mrs. James McCormick ii ing from, we can give it a
entertained Sunday at a big chicken
A ltar Society E ntertained
Mr. McCormick’s sister and
Last Friday the Altar Society was dinner.
entertained at the home of Mrs. their children, were also present.
Chas. Sharnke, the afternoon being Mr. and Mrs. Lindell of Portland
spent in social converse and a gen were out to visit at the home of Mr. 0 ment. Let us examine your car and price your job. 00
^ eral good time. Refreshments were and Mrs. Robert Jonsrud Sunday.
Our Rates Are Reasonable
served by the hostess, assisted by Saturday night Frank Wall of
Miss Barbara Sharnke. Present were Brightwood had a narrow escape whei
Manufacturer and Dealers in
Mrs. L. Lehnfield, Doris, Jean and his car rolled over two or three times
ROUGH AND DRESSED FIR AND CEDAR
Patsy, Mrs. F. C. Brosius, Mrs. Geo. on the Bluff road. He was not badly
Hempe and Mary Hempe, Mrs. Max badly hurt.
Kligel, Mrs. C. Haworth, Mrs. Henry Mrs. Thomas Kubitza is not at al'
Perret, Mrs. Caspar Junker, the
ORDERS FILLED ON SHORT NOTICE
and has been down part of the
hostess and Miss Barbara Sharnke. well
time recently. It is thought hei
teeth may be causing part of the
We Deliver anywhere
Sings with Old Q uartet
Miller was invited to Mrs. Gilbert Jonsrud has not been
Phone Res. 324
Mill 131 Sandy sing Mrs. with J. M. the C. quartet
that sang at well recently and has been going to
Mizpah church over 20 years ago the city for treatments and while she
♦ i i i i i i i i m m i i H i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i m i i i i m i i i i i m i i i i i i i m i i i i m i i i i m m i i i i m i m i m m ^ Sunday being home coming day. The is there she is with her daughter Lil
Sulphur matches, tallow dips, kero
same organist presided at the same lie, who is having fine success as a
sene lamps—then electric lights. On
instrument which served so well in trained nurse.
days gone by. After the service, dur. Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Wilkinson had
foot, on horse-back, the buggy, the
ing which many eyes were moist, a as Sunday guests for the day theii
auto—then the airplane.
pot luck dinner was served and heart son Ray Wilkinson and wife of Port
Need we go further? Conversation,
to heart visiting brought back many
son and baby daughter.
the letter, the telephone—then the ra
Gates Funeral Home
A. W. Bell Lumber Co. i
1 Federal Reserve”
When you see the sign at the bank where you
are doing business there is a real satisfaction
to your mind that you have used your best judg
ment anil every precaution known in selecting
a bank that is capable of meeting the require
ments of the Federal Reserve Bank System, and
must maintain Federal Reserve standards in
| conducting its business.
= We will be pleased to serve you along these lines =
! First State Bank )
Times Have Changed
Returns A fter 60 Years
Many Sw eet Pees Bloom ing
Emil Wendland was surprised a
few days ago while in the city when
he saw Joe Willick sitting on a bench
in the park. In fact, Emil could
hardly believe his eyes! Willick. 85,
came up from California to spend
the summer at Portland. He home
steaded the land which is now occu
pied hy C. L. Henson and Walter
Krebs homes, around sixty years ago.
A. sweet pea vine was reported in
blossom in the Estacada section last
week, but Mrs. Ben Kligel of Kelso
is ahead of that country as she has
had a hedge 12 feet long and fout
and one-half feet high blossoming
the past three weeks. Her prolific
peas have even climed over the fence
s s s s s s s s s s s
* DR. F. C. BR O SIUS, M. D. •
O ffic e
M allery Laaves for Newberff
R. W. Mallery left last week for * 2nd door W’est of Meat Market *
Newberg where he will spend two
weeks with his parents and then will
go to Monmouth to attend normal the
rest of the summer.
dio. There is no end to the instances
showing that times change. And in
money matters? Wampum, coonskins,
currency, then modern banking. Some
people who are up to date in other lines
still secrete their money and fail to take
advantage of modern hanking facilities.
We offer you every accommodation.
Mrs. St. Johns Here
Mrs. Walter St. John and her moth
er were in Sandy last week calling
on old fiends and also decorated the
graves of relatives at the Sandy cem
1 .....................................................................................................................umilili? | etery.
“A Strong Bank”
DR. H. A. SCH NEIDER
D E N TIST
Phone Sandy 151