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CLACKAMAS COUNTY NEWS, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1928
recently brought home from the hos
pital. Mr. Omet is the father o f Mrs
After entertaining several guests Wintermute and Mrs. Dewey Alt.
for a few days, Mrs. Della Tucker
Miss Mary Shurnke attended the
of Brightwood went to the city with wedding o f Ed Hein, formerly of
her visitors for a few days.
Sandy, last week in Portland, and
SA N D Y LO C A L ITEMS
Mr. and Mrs. Francis Williamson
of Rhododendron and a guest went
to the city Tuesduy. Mr. William
son is recreation manuger for the
forest service in the Rhododendron
Mrs. Edwards of Montesano, Wash.,
The children of Mr. and Mrs. Emil
Bitner have about reeovered from
an attack o f the mumps.
Mr. and Mrs. Neal L. Horr and
while in the city was the guest of K. W. Mallery motored to Bull Run
Miss Bertha Hoffman.
Sunday afternoon and called at the
Miss Willenc Botkin, a teacher at William Ganger and also at the Nor-
Lynch school, visited Sandy grade quist homes.
school two days last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Ganger of
DR. H. A. SCHNEIDER
Phone Sandy 151
S. E. Wooster
Cascade Chevrolet Co.
Accounting and Management, Advertis
ing and Selling, banking aud Finance,
General Business, Real Estate, Secre
tarial Training. Marketing, etc.
M ILITARY SCIENCE AND
TACTICS (B.S. degree)
MINES (B.S., M.S. degrees)
Geology, Mining Flag meet ing.
ENGINEERING (B.S., M.S. de
PHARMACY (Ph.C., B.S., M S.
Civil (Structural, Highway, Sanitary,
Electrical (Power, Railways, Lighting,
High Voltage, T elephony); Mechanical
(Machine Design, Heat Power, Veuti-
laUon. Heating, Gas, Refrigeration,
Aeronautical) ; Industrial Shot Admin
(B.S., M.S. degrees)
Pharmacology, Pharmaceutical Analy
Admirmtr at ion. Supervision, aud Teach
ing of Agriculture, C< n rnerce. Haase
Economics. Industrial Arts.
The School of Basic Arts and Sciences, Industrial Journalism, Lituary Practice,
Physical F.ducaiioti, anil Music— service departments not leading to degree»—
addilirmal training supplementary to the major curricula.
For Catalogue and Other Information Addreaa
T H E R E G IS T R A R
OREGON S T A T E A G R I C U L T U R A L COLLEGE
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HORSE RACING EVERY DAY
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Harness and Running Races
BEST HORSES ON THE FASTEST T R A C K
Walter W. Gilbert, M. D. *
COMMERCE (U.S. degree; M.S.
in Agricultural Economics,
Clothing, Textiles, and Related Arts;
Food* and Nutrition; Household Ad
ministration ; Institutional Management.
o f Oregon City
Trips to Estacada discontinued
until latter part of September
(B.S., M.S. degrees)
L egging Engineering, Lumber M an«'
faeture, Technical Forestry.
HOME ECONOMICS (B.S,
S T R O P P I N G IS E S S E N T I A L T O T H E P E R F E C T S H A V E
Dr. M. M. Martindale
Animal Husbandry, Farm Management,
Horticulture, and 17 other majors.
FORESTRY (B.S.. M.S. degrees)
TW E N T Y -SE C O N D A N N U A L C L A C K A M A S
Attorney at Law
General Practice Confidential
AGRICULTURE (B.S^ M S.
O. D. EBY
Affords this type of education in its 10
degree-granting schools and departments
O ffice hours 9 a. m. to 6 p. m.
Evenings by appointment
O ffice Phone 315
Barber shop in Masonic Bldg.
Beauty shop next door to stage
New Low Prices
Oregon State Agricultural College
Dr. H. M. Kramer
Barber & Beauty Shop
TH E LAND-GRANT COL-
* ( 2 5 & ^ l £ G k s , as described by Senator
curricula were established
«-/ Morrill, , ci
“ to offer an opportunity in every state
for a liberal and practical education . .
for the world'* business, for the indus
trial pursuits and professions of life."
Real Estate Loans, Insurance
FARM LOANS A SPECIALTY
Mr. and Mr*.
$ W . W. D A R T T
“ Education for Reality,“ Doc. 1927 .
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L. A. CHAPMAN
Calls attended day or night
Mortuary I. O. 0 . F. Bldg.
Telephone No. 21-51
C. V. MARTIN
"To the extent that college« and uni
versities fit youth for the realitia» oI
our own day, the more who attend
college the better."
—President W. J. Kerr,
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Schuebel, Beattie & Miller
Attorneys at Law
6 per cent state school money to
loan on farms; General law prac
tice. Bank o f Oregon City Bldg.
Physician and Surgaon
Education for Reality
DR. F. C. BROSIUS, M. D.
2nd door West o f Meat Market
Dr. W. W. Rhodes
I>r. Schneider’s mother, Mrs. Ella
Schneider, was out over Sunday to
visit at her son's home.
After a strenuous season of work
Mr. and Mrs. George C'alverly of Cal.
very’s resort near Swim, will, no
doubt, soon leave on a vacation trip
Mrs. Orville Manary, Orient, is for two weeks, over Mt. Jefferson
home from the hospital but not ut way.
Cl earance Sale
DR. CHAS. P. JOHNSON
Practice limited to extraction of
teeth and minor oral surgery,
nerve blocking & gas anesthesia
453 Morgan Bldg.
D., D. C„ E. C. LATOURETTE
Practice in All Courts
First National Bank Bldg.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Branch Riley
and the former's parents were dinner
guests at Marvel Inn Sunday. Frank
Branch Riley, who advertises Oregon
scenery so widely is impressed with
the beauty o f Sandy gorge as viewed
from the Inn.
Mrs. D. S. Webster enjoyed a visit Bull Run had the latter's sister, Mrs.
"Dad” Omet o f Brightwood was from her brother and wife, Mr. and Joseph Justin and children of Klum
Physician and Surgeon
O ffice Hours 9 to 6
ath Falls as guests over Labor l)a,\ all strong. Mrs. Manary had an op
eration for appendicitis.
IN TH E N O R T H W E ST
T U E S D A Y , SEPTEMBER 18TH
Children’s Day, School children admitted free
Judging of exhibits— Band Music— Dedication of New Boys’ and Girls’ club
Building— opening ceremonies— Boys’ Bicycle Race— ord and Pig
Relay— Boys’ and Girls Pony Race— Special Entertainment
before Grandstand — Free Movies — Dancing.
RUNNING AN D H ARNESS RACES.
Everywhere wise men are turning to the improveJ
Valet AutoStrop Razor because it is teaching them the
vital importance o f never shaving with a blade that has
not been properly stropped.
W E D N E SD A Y , SEPTEMBER 19TH
Livestock and Poultry Day
Final Judging— Band Music— Club Demonstrations— Big Grandstand Show
— Ford and Pig Relay— Livestock Parade— Free Movies— Dancing
RUNNING A N D H ARNESS RACES
All barbers know that until it is stropped the cutting
edge o f every blade is a row o f tiny needle points that
scrape and tear the skin. Stropping smooths them out.
With the automatic self-stropping device o f the new
V’alet AutoStrop Razor you can do this in a few seconds.
And the new model offers you many other modern
features exclusive in this razor. It is the result of
21 years o f experiment and the expenditure o f a
T H U R S D A Y , SEPT. 20TH
Farm and Industrial Day, School Children Admitted Free
Boys’ and Girls’ Club Demonsrations— Baby Clinic — County W ide Basket
Luncheon— Band Music— Boys’ Bicycle Race— Boys’ and Girls’ Pony
Race— Big Grandstand Show— Ford and Pig Relay— Big Night
Show with Fireworks Drama and National Guard Sham
Battle— Dancing— Awarding of $1000 in cash and
merchandise prizes given by Oregon City
RUNNING AND HARNESS RACES
FR ID AY, SEPTEMBER 21ST
Greater Union of Clubs Day
Band Music— Club Demonstrations— Big Grandstand Show— Ford and Pig
Relay— Old Time Fiddlers’ Contest— Fourth Annual Meeting and
Banquet of Greater Clackamas Union of Clubs— Free Movies
Dancing— Close o f Fair.
RUNNING AND H ARNESS RACES
TQ ECAUSE it solves the problem o f men with stubborn
•U beards, the new Valet AutoStrop Razor is taxing
our factories’ capacity to meet America’s demand.
PLENTY OF PICNIC
1 COME TO CANBY!
Clackamas County Fair Association
H ER M AN CHINDGREN, Pres.
H. W . K ANNE, Sec’y
Both the razor and the blades have been distinctly bettered. Made
o f the costliest steel, treated by the exclusive Valetite process.
Valet blades have a perfect edge. The self-stropping feature keeps
them so. New type guard gives you full use o f the shaving surface
o f these keener blades. Instantly inserted or removed by pressing
a button. Locked in a firm non-flexihle grip, they put blade vi
bration and razor pull out of the picture for good. No need to
remove the blade to strop and clean it.
Try this new Million Dollar Razor. You'll quickly learn to like It.
And once you know its soothing shaves and friendly angle, you’ll
•tick to it for life.
Beautifully finished models complete stith blades and
an improved strop in handsome cases at $1.00 to $25.
COME TO CANBY! S
BRENTON VEDDER, Director
W A R D B. L A W T O N , Director
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