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CLACKAMAS COUNTY NEWS, FRIDAY, AUGUST 31, 1928
here three years ago and has a wide
circle o f friends.
Miss Frances Scott has been the
guest o f Misses Adeline and Eleanor
The Salvation Arm y invites every
Pedersen over the week end.
Lawrence Webber o f Antelope ¡8
While the Munson boys were haul
body to attend the old
returned to her home in Portland on ■ visiting with relatives and friends ing poles Friday Albert Spitler,' 10
camp meetings which started here on Wednesday.
I here fo r a few days.
years old, who was watching them
Tuesday and which will close on Sep
Jack Kessler o f Portland visited work, was struck by one of the poles
The Good W ill club met at the
tember 3. During the past few
with his parents over the week end. and suffo-red a broken leg.
months they have established a camp home o f Mrs. Ruth Whitehead last
The ball game between Estacad;1
Irvin and E vert Stahlnecker and
A very enjoyable time
with facilities to
accommodate a Thursday.
Oswego Sunday was well at- Oral Vallen le ft Monday for the hop
great many people and have provided was spent by everyone. Those pres
| tended by Currinsville fans.
free camping and swimming privi ent were Mrs. Bartrum, Mrs. Marie
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Harrington and
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond
leges, with an open air amphitheatei
Wallace, Mrs. Grace Still, Mrs. Lena fam ily o f Portland and Mr. and Mrs. and daughter Gertrude o f Portland
where the meetings are being held.
George Kitching and fam ily o f Es were guests o f Miss N ellie Vallen on
Colonel and Mrs. A. W. Crawford of Pedersen, Mrs. Bee Wallace and baby
tucada visited their mother, Mrs. Rose Sunday.
California, evangelists, have charge Mrs. Marie Gibson, M argaret Brown
I Lovell, Sunday.
Mrs. Violet, Granatski, Baird and
o f the meetings.
Loretta Wallace, Adeline and Eleanor
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Jones, Mr. and Mrs. E ffie Brown o f Portland wert
Mrs. Rose W allace and daughter Pedersen, Martha Whitehead,
Mrs Mrs. Ted Kiggins, Mrs. Lloyd Looney guests at the Otis Valen home Sun
Loretta and Miss Martha Whitehead Minnie Forman and Mrs. Ruth White-, and son Lloyd and Clarence Kitch
are employed nt the Carver cannery.
ing spent the week end huckleberry
Louis Vallen o f Scotts Mills was
Audely Kanouse o f Eastern Ore
having several tons o f hay hauled
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Odell and famil;
Oscar Pendergrass o f Sellwood is by truck from Highland to his farm
gon has been visiting relatives here o f Bridal V eil visited Mr. Odell’s
visiting with i ’ loyd Hale fo r a few here Sunday with which to winter
fo r a fe w days. He returned to his parents over the week end.
his herd o f purebred shorthorns.
Mrs. Perry Anderson and Mrs.
A meeting o f the P. T. A. was held
A fte r 20 years o f searching, Johr Woodworth o f Estacada called on Friday night and a short program
Friends o f Miss Rosie Davis were
Mrs. Earl McConnell Friday.
given. Some work was outlined for
surprised to hear o f her marriage on Bell, who was stolen by gypsies wher
Mrs. Henry Heiple and daughter the follow ing month that will put
Wednesday, August 29, at Vancouver, fiv e eyars old, ha sbeen reunited with
Edna, Mrs. Atlee Erickson, Mrs. Earl funds in the treasury.
Wash. Rosie attended grade school his mother and sister in Dallas, Texas. McConnell and family, Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Nelson spent
Lovell and two grandsons and Ruby the past week with Mrs. Nelson's par
Webber are leaving Sunday fo r th< ents in Portland.
hopyards near Salem.
Gilbert Nester o f Oregon City vis
Floyd Bishop and sister, Mrs ited his small sons Ray and Robert
Christianson o f Shelton, Wash., wert at the home o f their grandfather, J.
visiting friends in Currinsville W ed E. Nelson, Sunday.
nesday and Thursday o f last week.
Mrs. Elbert Harris and two child
Mrs. Leon is recovering very nicel>
ren o f Colton are visiitng her parents
from an attack o f their bull.
Phone City Garage 351
had a close call.
Roy Brown spent the week end at
Mr. and Mrs. Mullane and Mrs
Chas. Boyson o f San Francisco, left the home o f his parents.
John Scott and Joe Rydzweski left
fo r their homes Tuesday after spend
fo r theTiuckleberry patch on
ing two weeks visiting their father
J. W. Wells o f Currinsville, and ; Squaw mountain.
For Wood and Coal
Meyer & Horselwander
PRICES ARE RIGHT
R E B S
ONFECT I ONERY
HOME C O OK IN G
M EALS A T A L L HOURS
“C O U R TE SY” O U R M O TTO ^
Rittnpr J Service
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Phone Sandy 101
G A SO LIN E
Service Free of Charge
NICE LINE OF
Notebooks, Pens, Pencils, Rules, Crayons, and Paper
BO YS’ SCH OOL SHOES
“Scales Is Right”
C UTS M ORE
25 miles east of Portland on Bluff road, 1-2 mile
TO TH E LO AF
FIVE-COURSE CHICKEN DINNER
Also Short Orders
Most Marvelous View of Mt. Hood of Entire
Phone Sandy 20x2 for reservations
IDA, OMLV 107, HAS 125
OFFERS OF MARRIAGE
Proposal Record Added to
| FOR S A LE — SH IN G L E S — 95 per
cent perfects, $3.10 per thousand,
delivered. Paul Klaetsch, T ele
New York.—T o the distiuctlon of
longevity. Mrs. Ida Goldberg, who, at
FOR S A L E — Hungarian vetch und
one hundred seven Is the oldest In
gray oat seed, one-third vetch, two-
mute of the United Home for Aged
thirds oats. Elmer Anderson, Ea
Hebrews, New Rochelle, tins added a
gle Creek. Phone 42-13.
marriage proposal record younger
beuutles may well envy. In the lust
year 125 mutrliuonnl offers hare come FO R S A L E — Cleaned Hungarian
vetch seed and seven litle pigs.
to her by mall.
Publicity Is the secret of the churrn
she appears to have for swains of all
s i 4
ages, scattered from New York to
Mrs. Goldberg, a widow, FOR S A L E — Tw o O xford Down ram
boasts of live grandchildren, three
Lambs. A. Radford, Boring. T e l
great-grandchlldreu, and two great-
ephone Sandy 308.
great-grundchildren. At a celebration
of her one hundred sixth birthday, FOR S A L E — Pitted Prunes, 3 cents
which was chronicled In the press, she
per pound, delivered.
remarked that she wanted a suitable
young man for a husband.
Many From Philly.
FOR S A L E — 23 acres cleared land
Tide wish was conveyed through the
in Eagle Creek, 100 yards from
Country by publication In scores of
highway; good barn, house and
newspapers. Approximately half of
chicken house; 30 tons o f hay,
the resulting proposals have come
good team and cow, 50 chickens,
from gentlemen residing in Philadel
farm implements. Paul Still, Ea
phia, which Is prohuhly a coincidence,
gle Creek, Ore.
ulthough some observers believe It of
fers material for sociological, not to
FO R S A LE
or Rent— The store
say psychiatric, study.
building on Broadway adjoining the
Unfortunately, no one has come for
ward whom Mrs. Goldberg Is willing
Home restaurant. Inquire at the
to accept. Her suitors failed ttf no
tice that she spoke specifically of
a “ suitable” young man.
FO R S A L E or Rent— The Dorken-
“ My Ideal man," she explained,
d orf place, at Morow station. Lena
“ must be r millionaire and should he
Phone 13-11 Esta-
about forty-five years old. Anyone
younger than that is not likely to
have a great deal of wisdom."
FOR S A LE — Used Ford in good run
Mrs. Goldberg has been unable to
ning order, price $25. W. T.
walk since she fractured a hip. sev
Looney, one mile north o f Esta
eral years ago. Following are ex
Floyd Dibble and fam ily and Matt. trude from some of tlie letters she
brother living in Portland.
cada on Marrow Station road.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Heiple and son Dibble and fam ily o f Walton, Ore.
th e !
1. A Philadelphia schoolboy, sixteen FO R S A L E — Fresh Italian prunes;
visited their parents, Mr. and Mrs. form erly o f Elwood, attended
extra quality, fo r canning. G. S.
funeral o f their uncle, John M. Park, years old.—In writing this letter, my
Edgar Heiple, Sunday.
Fred Ely sold a fine lot o f oats to
Is beating an everlasting love for your
Oscar Judd Monday and the Currins
GEORGE W. BEERS
ville store truck moved them Wed
2. Canton, Ohio, twenty-one yeurs
old.—1 am married to a young girl
UPPER EAGLE CREEK
The Currinsville store people have
who raid she was going to shoot me. FO R S A L E — 40 acres; 10 acres
I f you could make some arrangements
cleared, balance pasture and tim
spread five barrels o f oil on the drive
to go to Nevada with me for three
ber; good fiv e room house, three
in front o f their place and later pu
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hoffm eister, months, I could get a divorce there.
acre orchard, barn and outhouses.
on two coats o f gravel, \^hich adds and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Woodle went
3. Philadelphia, aged
$2,260; $700 down.
considerably to the appearance o f on a camping trip last Monday. They
Addresses her as, "My dear sweet
T E N AC R ES between Sandy and
motored up near Swim, Mt. Hood, heart,” and writes, “ My dear little girl,
Lester Hale has had several tom and spent three ¿lays. They picked won't you consider my hand and make
Gresham; 6 acres cleared, fru it
o f vetch cleaned.
trees, balance in timber and pas
huckleberries fo r pastime, getting 32 me your loyal and true mate?"
From a Truck Driver.
Tm eshing is nearly over in this gallons. The H offm eisters returned
Modern fiv e room house,
4. Philadelphia, thirty-two years old,
Soon the fall seeding home with 15 gallons o f berries and
electric lights, good out buildings.
breaks the lee by starting, "Dear Ida,"
One acre young orchard.
the Woodies had 17.
and continues, “ 1 have been thinking
I ’loyd Hale caught a fine black
$2750; $1250 down.
Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Eddy and chil of marriage, and I think you would
muskrat Tuesday. This will go into
dren o f Portland and Mr. and Mrs. be a wonderful wife for me. I have
(he farm o f John Githens. Mr. Gith-
a fair job as truck driver and can BULBS from choice
Samuel W alker o f Pendleton were
ens and Floyd have their pens all
give you a good home.”
each. Orders taken.
dinner guests o f Mrs. Linnie Gibson
5. St. Louis. Mo.—I nin an elevator
ready and should have a nice lot o f
man; that Is, I am an elevator start
nreeding stock by spring.
Mr. and Mrs. Jess Douglass and er. 1 have Initiative and ambition.
The Drowning o f the young son of
P L A IN SE W IN G and dress making
6. New York city, forty-six, signs
i r. and Mrs. Elmer Tompkins was son K elly q f Boyd, (fie ., and Mr. and himself:
neatly and quickly done at reason
"W ith the highest respect,
Mrs. George Prelster and children of
able prices. Children’s sewing a
my dear Madame Ida Goldberg, I re
Logan were guests at the home o f main your obedient, loving bride
Mrs. W iley Howell,
R oy Douglass Sunday.
groom." He Inclosed In his letter a
dried four-leuf clover.
Mr. and Mrs. William Douglass, ac
companied by their nephew, Everett
H E L P W ANTED^—The Apple G row
half years of age").— Saw your picture
Douglass, and niece, Betty Douglass
ers association, Hood River, will
In the pnper and thought you would
Threshing in this community was motored up to Stevenson, Wash., on
want steady, reliable help about
make a suitable wife and companion.
, ampleted Tuesday with a ten days Sunday and spent the day, returning I would like to marry an old lady be
September 10, to harvest the fa ll
The crops were
considered home in the evening and leaving their cause she bus more sense than these
crop o f apples and pears.
nephew and niece with their parents, flappers.
cabins, camps furnished.
8. Atlantic City, thirty.— A woman
Mrs. Frank Anhert and daughter Mr.- and Mrs. Bert Douglass.
of your type Is what I am looking for.
[rs. Anderson and son, were calling
W ill also need experienced apply
Mrs. Asenath M cKay and Mrs. IJn- These young girls of today lack mod
on Mrs. Harold Joyner Sunday.
and t)ear packers.
nle Gibson accompanied H. S. Gib esty. I want one who will have sen
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Horger and son to Estacada Monday.
class in packing will commence on
son visited a fe w days with Mrs. Ma
9. Philadelphia, twenty-one, signs
Mrs. M cKay and Mrs. Linnie Gib
rie Klinker and fam ily recently.
himself “ Your Wonderful Admirer,
son went to Portland on Tuesday to
Don Juan,’’ and recommends him self W IN D O W W A S H IN G — W alter N o
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Ginther and
spend a fe w days with friends.
as follows: “ I am a young man and
daughter o f Portland have been
lan o f Sandy Drug wants windows
would make a model husband for you.
spending their vacation o f two week!
to wash. Phone Sandy 331.
I can do the charleston and black
SANDY LOCAL ITEMS bottom.”
with Mrs. Ginther’s sister, Mr. and
Mrs. H. Johnson.
10. Washington, D. C., “ almost twen FO R R E N T — Five room house, fu r
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Voderberg and
nished. See Mrs. J. T. Irwin, Es
Dan Gregory, Bull Run’s mayor, ty,” describes himself as follows.— I
am not so ugly. 1 can sing and dance
two children o f Portland spent sev was a Sandy visitor recently.
a little and have u wonderful person
eral days with their aunt, Mrs. Marie
V irginia Watkins is in the city, a ality.
Kinker and fam ily.
F U R N ISH E D Room fo r rent suitable
guest o f her aunt, Miss S. Haight,
11. Nineteen, who resides at a Y.
fo r one or two persons. N ear cor
M. C. A. in Baltimore, warns her:
ner Fifth and Wade Streets. T e l
Wm. Guldensopf o f Kelso had a
ephone 47-13. J. P. Woodle.
hold this letter In suspense like a
Portland o ffic e
Auto Ft. Term.
badly cut foo t which he suffered
flapper, because I am a Charles street
— East 2406
181 E. W ater St
while at work at the Alder Creek cowboy and I mean what I speak.”
C ARD OF T H A N K S
E S T A C A D A T R U C K SE RVICE
Lumber company plant.
12. Brooklyn, thirty-six, describes
W e desire to express our sincere
The Brightwood-Welches districts himself as strong and healthy, n pro appreciation for the kind assistance
Furniture M oving a Specialty
have voted to unite but the decision fessional dancer, and ends up by ask and words o f sympathy extended us
ing for an Immediate loan, as he Is
as to where the school will be held
during our recent bereavement.
E S T A C A D A to P O R T L A N D
this year is not announced.
13. Chicago, forty-five, sends hts
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Tilden o f
Order all goods delivered to auto
Mrs. C. Sharnke went with Henry proposal with the following explana
Freight Terminal, 181 E. Water
tion.—I have an Idea you would make
Perret and fam ily Sunday to Friend
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Tompkins.
to see Mrs. Perret’s sister,
Mrs. I me a good wife a nil mother, for you
ED. S T E IN M A N
have been through the mill.
Schindler, and brought Amanda Per
C AR D OF T H A N K S
O ffic e 72-1— Estacada— Res 11-3
W e desire to express our apprecia
her aunt for two weeks.
tion to our neighbors and friends
IN JONSRUD PARK
north of Sandy via Mt. Hood Loop highway
An ideal slice-size for toasting, sandwiches and
children’s between meal snacks.
E C O N O M IC A L FOR LAR GE FAM ILIES
The same Holsum quality that won the Harry M.
Freer Trophy the second time in two years. The
same price as the regular Jarge loaf.
Sold at Your Favorite
Grocery and Restau
rants in Estacada and
liaeeU munti i c f iß*
LON G LOAF
Aided by School Sports for the kindness and sympathy shown
Stockholm.—Training mentally de us in our recent bereavement in the
ficient children in sports and athletics
loss o f our mother, and fo r the beau
tends to brighten their minds and give
them a more wholesome and normal tifu l floral offerings.
The Bittner Family.
outlook on life, it lias been announced
nt the Institution for weak-minded
boys at Salhohed, Sweden.
N O TIC E
fly encouraging the boys to play
Mr. C. V. Martin has just received
football and to compete In running
and jumping, the head Instructor said a new lot o f clothing samples from
he found a practical und efficient rem Fairbanks Tailoring company, so that
edy. Whereas the boys had been he is prepared to furnish tailor-made-
clumsy, slow and rareless In the be
to-measure suits fo r men and boys oft
ginning, (hey gradually became alert, the very best o f all-wool goods. Mr.
nimble-footed and appreciably keener.
Martin would like to have you call
and examine his line. It won’t cost
T w o Reasons
you a cent to see them and he thinks
Wee haw ken. N. J.—A case against
Babe Itutli for speeding has been he can save you some money i f you
O ffic e oposite The
quashed. Chief holand explains why: want to buy.
"Babe Itutli Is the greatest baseball pPeople's Store, Estacada.
player in the world, and he's a friend
C. V. MARTIN
"T h e Real Estate M an"