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CLACKAMAS COUNTY NEWS, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1928
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EAG LE CREEK HEIGHTS
The junior pupils o f Mrs. Stevens
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Hunt o f Oska-
Clyde Ecker o f Portland visited
piano class are preparing a recital to loosa, Iowa, are visiting at the Clyde
his wife and mother at this place
Phillip Puty with his machine and be given at the home o f Mrs. Hyde Schools home. Mr. Hunt is a brothel
fromFriday evening until after Labor
crew from Colton threshed for El- in about two weeks.
o f Mrs. Margaret Schock and E. C
Oscar Judd is discing for Mr. Hunt.
Hop picking in the Eagle Creek wood farmers, finishing Monday, the
yards has commenced and a number 27th.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Smith and Mrs.
Guests at the Dan Stahlnecker
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Huggins and Smith’s sister from Everett, Wash,
o f Estacada people are assisting in
home Sunday were his brothers with family spent Labor Day at Estacuda.
gathering the crop.
spent a few days here last week vis
their families and his mother from
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Monoghan of iting at the A. Smith home.
Mrs. F. E. Bushnell o f Portland ac
The refinements of our service are the result
Portland and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Reh-
companied her hustrtind to Estacada
Bert Lundberg, who formerly op
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Mebes and ba
result of an interested study of our profession
berg drove to Hillsboro Sunday to
on Labor Day when Mr. Bushnell di
erated the barber shop in the H. A
bies o f Oregon City were visiting
see the ball game between Hillsboro
rected the band.
and a thoroughly modern equipment, together
La Barre building, is now in the
friends here Sunday.
The camp meeting, which was held
operated by Jack
Mr. and Mrs. Dan Stahlnecker and
with a capable staff.
Bill Huggins is hauling wood for Stultz.
by the Salvation Army at Barton son Evert, Mr. and Mrs. Matt Park
last week, closel Labor Day. A large made a trip to the Squaw mountain Miss Pamela Kenny.
With hundreds o f cars on the
number from Estacada attended some huckleberry patch this week. They
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Stevens and streets Labor Day but one accident
o f the services.
j report that the sheep are ruining the Miss May Stevens o f Portland spent was reported. Two cars had a col
Labor Day at their orchard on Ea lision on the bank corner, but no one
Catherine O’ Brien and Vivian Wil- huckleberry bushes,
cox gave a lawn party at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Cox were gle Creek Heights.
was injured and little damage to thi
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Mr. and Mrs. Carl Rehberg visited cars resulted.
Mrs. Jake Moss Wednesday evening dinner guests at the Otis Vallen home
at the home o f Mr. and Mrs. Wm.
o f last week, there being fourteen j 0ne day last week,
young people present.
Roy Brown has been laid up with Monoghan Saturday evening.
Miss Mary Huggins, who is stay
Word received here recently from blood poisoning in his hand,
Portland office Auto Ft. Term. *
ing with her sister, Mrs.
the A. Lichthorn family at La Marne, j
— East 2-100
181 E. Water St *
Hinkle o f Redland spent the week
Calif., was to the effect that Mrs>
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end at the home of her parents, Mr.
Lichthorn was in a hospital recov>
There will be an entertainment and and Mrs. J. W. Huggins.
ering from an operation for appendi-
pie social at the Grange hall Septem
Furniture Moving a Specialty *
Most o f the ladies of Eagle Creek
citis. She is the daughter of P. S'
ber 15 in the evening. All the la Heights are busy canning pears this
dies are asked to bring pies.
ESTACADA to PORTLAND
There will be a meeting o f the
Sunday school will begin at the
Order all goods delivered to auto *
local P. T. A. on Wednesday after Nora Memorial church September 9, BORING FOLKS ON VACAT IO N
A HOME PRODUCT
Freight Terminal, 181 E. Water * E Phone Sandy 56
noon, September 12, at the grade at 2 p. m.
Last Wednesday as Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Turner o f Turner’s
Mrs. R. R. Coke came home from Frank Johansen were coming to their
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Confectionery, Boring, who are on e
Rhododendron to attend the Labor place on the J. J. Davis farm they
vacation trip to Southern California,
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Day celebration but returned Wed had a narrow escape when their car
are expected home Saturday.
nesday morning. She expects to re j backed over the bridge near the
turn to Estacada to stay the latter Glenn place on the Faraday road.
part of this week.
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The Estacada Gulden club wil' over the same place.
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Taylor and
hold a meeting at the home o f Mrs
A new low price on
| | THE SHOE RE-BUILDER IN OUR TOWN—
W. J. Moore on Monday afternoon son Leroy were Hillsboro and Laurel
An “ up-and-doing” sort of gent,
visitors over the week end.
rebuilds shoes with art;
E. A. Koen, publisher of the Ban
Upon his work, his mind’s intent—
ner-Courier o f Oregon City, attendee ing relatives this week at Corvallis.
Mrs. Ralph Kelly and children of
the Lubor Day celebration here.
Also his soul and heart!
Stratton, Ore., have been visiting hei
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Day and baby
Each job he does, must be “ just so” —
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Anders.
o f Stayton spent the week end here
“ GUARANTEED” is his law;
The Skip-a-Week club will meet
visiting at the home of Mrs. Stayton’r
And when’s he’s finished, face aglow—
for an all-day session with Mrs. Roy
parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. Smith.
The job ’s without a “ flaw” !
Still near Eagle Creek, on Septem
Sam Dunlop and family, who have
been living in the Garfield district,
All genuine parts for generators and starters
| | M£N’S AND BOYS’ DRESS AND WORK SHOES
have moved to Portland.
Miss Ora Wodward, who has been THREE EXPEDITIONS
here for some time visiting her moth
LEAVE FOR AFRICA
er, Mrs. Hirte, and other relatives j
left Tuesday for her home in San I
Boy Scouts A c c o m p a n y Ca m
Mrs. Nellie Carson left one day
last week for Ohio where she will
New York.—Three expeditions to
visit relatives and remain for some
Interior Africa left for Europe recent 5
ly. Two of them will make cumera
Henry Heiple o f Currinsville fel' eufaris, the other will collect Uve and = Phone 124
12th and Main
Oregon City =
ami fractured four ribs one day last dead specimens of animals,
week, which confined him to his home
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for several days. He is improving and Mrs- Martin Johnson and the
Let us price your job
j three Boy Scouts selected from thou-
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sands who participated in a nutlon-
Our work and prices will satisfy you.
Rex Ludlow who has been .11 fo, - wlde elinlinutlon , ontCTt. TUey are
some time with a stomach trouble to make a six weeks' camera safari
was taken to the veteran’s hospital, \ through the big gume country of Af-
Portland, Tuesday for treatment.
rlca this summer. The three boys, all
Mrs. R. H. Currin entertained with Ea8lo Scouts, are Robert Douglas, Jr.
a dinner party Monday evening in '
Greensboro, N. C.J David It. Murtin,
honor of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Dunlop j f t '*
“ lon'’ and
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Oliver, of Atlanta, Ga.
who have moved to Portland.
. In Paris
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viv auu. Amone1
After a *
the o Scouts
the quests were Mr. and Mrs. H. C. are to sail June 21 from Marseilles
S U N D A Y
Gohring of Estacada and Mr. and! for Mombasa, Africa, where they will
Mrs. Don Allen o f Bull Run.
meet the Johnsons, who are to pre-
Mrs. Jim Norris is reported ill ct'de tllenl tllere to complete plans for
She has been going to Portland foi the trip. They are scheduled to re
turn to the United States In Septem
treatments for some time.
The building belonging to M. E
Two expeditions, the "Arctic-equa
Kendrick of McMinnville, which i: torial” party of Carveth Wells and
occupied by the S. & S. hardware
thut of the Milwaukee Museum of
Natural History, beaded by Dr. S. A.
hits been undergoing repairs.
The Estacada Meat company has Bar,re,t- were aboard the Olympic.
purchased a new Model A delivery i
golug to the
truck f,n„. ,.
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Geographic society, Is going
e Motoi I Mountain* of the Moon, on the equa-
tor near Victoria, Nyanza, central Af
Ml'S. Jacob Moss and sister Cather rica, on a meteorological aud geo
ine and Mrs. Sagner and children graphical exploration trip and to take
left Monday for the hop yards neat pictures of the tsetse tly.
The area at that base of that snow
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Dykeman am' and glacier capped mountain range,
which required the inclusion of Arctic
children formerly o f Estacada but
equipment, Is infested with tsetse flics,
now o f Vancouver, accompanied by- the bite of which causes the dread
WILL FIND EVERYTHING REQUIRED
Mr. Dykeman s father and mother
sleeping sickness. He is to take both
were Estacada visitors for a short motion and still picture* o f the file» to
IN THEIR WORK AT
time Sunday afternoon.
They re i abl scientific studies of their habits.
The Milwaukee museum expedition
ceived a warm welcome form theii
hopes to obtain live and dead speci
Having a storehouse for your small
numerous friends here. Mrs. Dyke- '
mens of big gume animals for the mu
man is enjoying excellent health now ' seum. They will operate In the eoun
change where it can accumulate until
and she promised to visit her friends try near the Mountains of the Moon
it is large enough to make a deposit is
at Estacada more often in the fu and are to be Joined by Mr. Wells
an excellent and easy way of making
when he has achieved the objects of
Jacob Moss hnq been painting hit his exploration trip. Wells expects
Savings Account grow here at the
residence on Main street, which is to be lu the mountains alone with
Clackamas County Bank.
bis native safari for six months.
quite an improvement.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Holder left
Eat 75 Square Foot
Your account here entitles you to one
Saturday afternoon for the hop
of our Liberty Bell Banks wherein your
Kalauin, Wash.—Seventy-five square
The Vanderjack family, who hnvr
pennies, nickles and dimes can grow to
been living in the Denning residence feet of strawberry shortcake, said to
on Upper Broadway, have moved into
cake, was eaten by more than four
the Dykeman house in Terrace Addi
hundred fifty citizens of the lower
Columbia river district at the banquet
End Saling o f Corvallis, son of here for the quarterly meeting of Low
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Saling, spent the er Columbia Associated Chambers of
that will interest purchasers from our shop and
week end here visiting at the home o f Commerce.
his uncle. Fred Bartholomew.
The shortcake, heaped high with
Mrs. Elizabeth Allen went to Sea C,OTerdal* strawberries aud covered
h t\l',il vo irollttno of oeo a m ,,s. o. t
twelve gallons of cream, proved
side the latter part o f last week and
n tasty finale to the banquet and more
met her daughter, Miss Olive Hum than merited the publicity It has re- i
Drive in for information
phrey and friend Miss Eva Clifford ceived. The cake was fifteen feet long
o f Seattle, who brought her home in and five feet wide. It was baked by
Otto Engelnmn, proprietor of a local
their car. The young ladies will re
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bakery, and was assembled by Mr 1
main in Estacada for about a week.
Mrs. J. A. Homage returned from Engelnmn, Mayor Lyle Flclln of Ks-
lama and O. H. Springer, Kalama.
n two weeks vacation trip this week.
Phone Sandy 208
tlov. Roland Uartley was a speaker
She drove 2000 miles and reports ¡3 at the banquet.
very enjoyable vacation.
Mountain Meadow Bntter
S a n d y Shoe Shop
Oregon City Battery Shop
They Make Saving Easier
First Class Auto Repairing
High and Low
Sandy Drug Co.
W e H a ve a
C lackamas C ounty B a n k !
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l Sandy Creamery
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Gresham Funeral Parlors
Beautiful, Special Cushion
Peoples Service Station