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CLACKAMAS COUNTY NEWS, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1i»28
G U ESTS
HOME R ETU RN HERE FROM M O L A L L A
Mr. and Mrs. Jack O’ Brien and
fam ily o f Vancouver, Wash., were
guests at the Jacob Moss home the
first o f last week. Little Jack Lang-
ley o f Tacoma was with them.
Mrs. Frank Moore and family, who
have been staying with Mr. Moore
near Mulalla during the vacation
months, have returned to their home
WALTER DAMROSCH TO DIRECT
HERE FROM ST. HELENS
H. B. Davis and son from St. Hel
ens, were here to attend the Labor
form er members o f the Estacada
NEW MUSIC EDUCATION HOUR
Eagle Creek Trading Co.
Eagle Creek, Oregon
Saturday - Sunday - Monday
Walter Damrosch (left) and D avid S arn off, Vice P re sid e n t and General
Manafler, R adio Corporation, c o m p le tin g a rra n g e m e n ts fo r
E d uca tio n Hour.
Assrted Carmel Chews, per lb...........1 9 c 4 ; m m m m im m m m m m m m m m m m m im iir
Parlow Broom, gold handle with
Hanger, each ........................... 9 1 c 4 | Specially selected r i g h t |
Parlor Broom, high grade, standard 6 9 c 4 | from the car— sweet and §
Thompson’s Double Malted Milk,
= juicy. While this shipment §
with Shaker, very special
lasts, per Lug Box, only
Regular price 60c
Van Camp’s Pork and Beans, reg.
10c seller, ea ch ............................... 5c4 § Do not compare this with §
= crates as crates weigh 18 |
Blu-Tip Kitchen Tools, colors green
and red, each ...........
15c4 | pounds net and these lugs |
weigh 25 pounds net.
Walnuts— less than half wholesale
price, per lb..................................... 15c4 | EAGLE CREEK TRADING I
Hop Picker’s Gloves; 2 p a ir .......... 25c
Straw Hats, with Visors, rain proofed
Regular $1.00; special ............... 69c4 « in .......
Arrangements have been completed | ing and reception would be so perfect
for a apeclal series of 21 educational ed that It might be used for universal
orchestral concerts to be broadcast | education us well as entertainment.
Millions of dollars have been sp ut
next season, beginning iu the fall. The
In the development of broadcasting,
new Music Education Hour sponsored with the belief that this new means
by the Radio Corporation of America of universal communication would be
wiU be under the direction of Walter come of great public service, supple
Damrosch, the dean of American musi menting and augmenting other means
cians, who made the Hour of the past of education.
season one of the great accomplish
"When Mr. Damrosch came to us
ments of radio broadcasting.
some time ago with a plan for incul
In response to the nation-wide de cating a better appreciation and un
mand for an educational hour of music derstanding of good music, wo were
for young people and children, next Immediately impressed by its great
season's program will bo given Friday possibilities. And the many thousands
mornings at 11 o’clock Eastern stand- ■ of letters recently received from
ard time, so that It can be heard in teachers, parents and educational
the schools. It is planned to use 28 authorities, from all over the country,
stations of the National Broadcasting following oui three experimental lec
company and associated stations, cov ture-concerts, have confirmed our
ering the entire country between the judgment.
Atlantic Coast and the Rocky Moun
"The time for music education over
the air is opportune, because of the
In making the announcement, David perfected state of radio broadi listing.
Sarnoff, Vice President and Geueral The best music can now he entrusted
Manager of the Radio Corporation of to the microphone with the full assur
ance that It will issue forth from the
"Since the first days of broadcast loudspeaker in the school or the home
ing we have confidently looked for with a true approxiuiatiou of the
ward to the time when radio broadcast original rendition.”
M em ber Affiliated Buyers Association
Patronize The News’ Job Printing Department
IMPROVEMENTS MADE AT
THE PATTISON FARM
E AG LE C REEK, Sept. 6.— (Spe-
c ia lt.— W. F. i’attison is making ex
tensive improvements on his pluc e
here. He has just completed a very
fine looking double garage, and be
sides painting and slightly remodeling
the dwelling house, he is planning to
start work immediately on a large
chicken house, with feed house com
bined, to be built according to O. A.
C . |>lans.
Mr. and Mrs. W alter Roller had as
their guests over the week end Mr.
Roller’s brother with his son and
daughter from Tucomu.
Mrs. Eli Suter and Herbert mo
tored to Canby Sunday to visit Mr.
Suter’s niece, whom they had not
seen fo r a number o f years.
Guests at the home o f Mrs. Will.
Nelson Sunday were Mrs. Reed, Mrs.
Nelson’s mother, and her sister, Mrs.
Howell and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Reed
o f Estacada, also Charles Reed with
Ray and Dale Selland o f Tillamook.
Mis. Elen Mitchell of Sandy, with
her daughters, Mrs. Ralph Ganger o f
Bull Run and Mrs. Clara Justin o f
Klamath Kails, and children, were
visitors at the B. F. Forrester home
1 Hop picking has started in Eagle
Creek community with large crews
o f pickers in all yards.
J. W. Miller and Hugh Carlin o f
Estacada were at Ben Forrester’s on
Sunday shoeing his horses.
Mrs. A. C. Cogswell and Mrs. Win.
Sanders drove to Estucada Monday
to see the flow er show and visited
at the Madden home in Springwater.
People are coming from Sandy and
other places to buy Petite prunes
from the Forrester orchard.
Mrs. Thompson, Mrs. Spildie's
mother from Silverton has been vis
iting all week at the Spildie home.
Miss Bertha Storrey o f Oregon
City is staying with her sister, Mrs.
Trullinger, while she is picking hops.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl P. Furness and
Dr. and Mrs. Charles T. Whitney of
Portland called on Mr. and Mrs. L.
P. Conner and Mrs. Clingingsmith
Emery Ford had as guests Monday
his mother and brother from Forest
Jor Economical Transportation
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FOR THE SECOND HALF CHAMPIONSHIP OF THE
Portland Valley League
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Sunday, Sept. 9
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ear lMfMllirgK sod b-
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mobile . . . although it offers the
features o f advanced design
and completeness o f detail de
manded in the w orld’s finest
cars. . . one o f the fundamental
reasons for its tremendous suc
cess is found in i t s amazing per*
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possible in a low-priced auto
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beauty never before thought
— so smooth, so powerful and
so unfailingly dependable that
it has literally captivated more
than three-quarters o f a m illion
buyers since January 1st!
I Cascade Chevrolet Co
C a b rio let .
T h e Im p erial
L a n d a u ........
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Although th e Bigger and Better
Chevrolet offers elements o f
T h r C ou p e .
T l i e 4* I Too r
Big Parade Starting at 12 M. Led by the Estacada Band
T h e T o u r in ;
First Game 1:15 p. m.
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Come in and drive this sensa
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to ama;ingl> low!