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About Clackamas County news. (Estacada, Or.) 1928-1957 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 28, 1928)
CLACKAMAS COUNTY NEWS. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, ¡828
RUBE SHAW'S ROAD SHOW
^ A LARGE SUPPLY OF
Good Used Cars
HERE SATURDAY NIGHT
Pathfinder and Goodyear
1925— Ford Fordor Sedan — Balloon tires, Ruckstell
axle— Bumpers— Speedometer— Automatic wind
shield cleaner— Three new tires. The price is right.
1927— Ford Truck — Six-speed transmission — Steel
closed cab— Flat bed body— Good tires. The best
truck we have had for a long time.
1925— Ford Roadster — Pick-up body— New tires—
also some cheap tires at lower prices than have
ever been auoted before
30x3 V* ................................................................... $4 98
29x4.40 ................................................................... 5.98
Cascade Chevrolet Co.
These cars are all good values.
C O M P A N Y
M O T O R
C O O K E
offers the new 1929
K elso C hu rch
The hours o f service at the Kelso
Rube Shaw's Vaudeville Road church is changed from night to a
Show No. 1, featuring his famous Sunday morning service, the next
girl build, will appear at the Liberty 1 nu-eting to be October 7. Sunday
Theatre in Estacada, Saturday night, school is at 10 o’clock.
September 2a. This attraction con
An ‘ ‘arm and waist” social is an
sists o f a number of high class vaud nounced for Saturday night, Sept. 29,
eville offerings, including singing, at the Kelso church. Everyone is
dancing and comedy acts, in addition invited. The object is for a friendly
to the musical numbers and special social time. Supper will be served
ties o f the stage hand.
free. The church is newly painted
The policy o f the management is and shingled, both work and money
to present the best professional tal being donated for the same.
ent in a program consisting o f snappy
C hristian E n d ea v or to M eet A t
musical renditions and good, clean
E stacad a
vaudeville acts, at popular prices, the
The annual Christian Endeavor
admission Saturday night being 40
cents for adults and 15 cents for for Clackamas county will be held at
the Christian church in Estacada on
This, however, is only possible, November 2, 3 and 4.
with the heavy expense o f the show j
S an dy L u th eran C hu rch
by having the girl band play for u
Services at the Sandy Lutheran
dance at the Masonic hall after the church every Sunday morning at
performance, beginning at 0 o ’clock, 10:30. Next Sunday the sermon will
which will also be at popular prices, be in German, since it is the fifth
the charge being 75 cents for gentle Sunday in the month. Rev. F. T.
men and ladies free.
Schoen, pastor. All welcome.
The music by Rube Shaw’s famous
P resb y teria n C hu rch es
girl orchestra cannot be excelled, as
Subject for next Sunday— "The
everyone knows who has ever danced
to the strains o f their melodies, and Adventure o f Prayer.”
Springwater— Sunday school at 10
as there is an excellent floor in the
Masonic hall for dancing, a big crowd a. m., morning worship at 11.
is expected to attend the dance after
George— Sunday school at 2 p. m.,
church service at 3.
Manager Shaw has promised to in
Eagle Creek— Sunday school at
clude Estacada on the regular circuit, 10:30 a. m., evening service at 8.
if the patronage warrants, and his
E stacad a C hristian C hu rch
Road Show No. 2 will play the Lib
Bible school at 10 a. m., with elec
erty Theatre three weeks later, with tion o f officers.
Preaching at 11
the others to follow at regular inter by Rev. Brooks o f Eugene. Chris
vals, introducing the best musical tal tian Endeavor at 7 p. m., Kathleen
ent and vaudeville talent to be had Beck, leader. Boost for the conven
in the Northwest.
tion, which is to be held here in No
The show Saturday night includes vember!
the regular picture program as an
E stacad a M eth odist C hu rch
nounced and advertised, in addition
The annual conference which met
to the vaudeville and stage band.
at Hood River last week returned the
pastor and the new preacher is the
old preacher o f last year. The con
ference was a most helpful time.
Bishop Lowe, the new bishop, is well
liked. We are ready for the begin
Miss Jimmie Fleener o f Boise, Ida
ning o f a new year’s work and desire
ho, and her friend, Miss Welker, are
the co-operation o f all who believe
visiting her uncle and cousin at the
in civil righteousness. That is what
the church stands for.
Corn shredding is over for this
You are invited to the service next
year. H. D. Lombard finished Wed
Sunday at 11 o ’clock in the morning.
The subject will be “ The Principle of
Carl Kite and Bob King o f Persia,
Spiritual Growth” nad at 7:30 in the
Tenn., are visiting their friend, J. C.
evening the subject will be "Personal
Tunnell, this week.
Purity.” Sunday senool meets at 10
Mr. and Mrs. John Githens shipped
a. m. and the Epworth League at
a nice box o f grapes to their daughter
6:30 in the evening. A cordial wel
at lone Wednesday.
come to all.— C. T. Cook, pastor.
Walter Looney has sold some sheep
to Ed Ficken.
To the farmer who wishes to buj
lambs— there are two bunches in the
Currinsville district yet. Get them
before they are thrown on the slaugh
Mr. and Mrs. Albert York, nee
Carl Kite, Bob Lee King and J. C. Alberta Cromer, came back from
Tunnell visited in Portland Tuesday. their honeymoon Wednesday to the
They spent the night with their cous Henry Cromer home where they will
ins and family, Mr. and Mrs. C. IJ, live.
1 Atwater-Kent Radios |
Cudahy’s Puritan Hams
Speakers in three sizes, $22 each.
Model 40, $81, less tubes.
This is the lowest price at which an Atwater Kent Electric set has =
ever been sold, yet the new model is an even better radio. ,
It has grater range. — More power. — Beautiful tone. At this
— low price it is un exceptional value. Let us demonstrate it to you.
Estacada Meat Co.
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Our modern loundry work will please you. Our
cleaning and pressing will please you. Wednesday
and Saturday of each week at Carver, Barton, Eagle
Creek, Springwater and Estacada.
Palace Laundry Man
Agency for STU D EBBAK ER and ERSKINE CARS
Glad to demonstrate one of these cars to you anytime |
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Mrs. O. J. Skagg came home Tues
The measles scare o f last week day after visiting her daughter and
blew over without any damage to family at Vancouver, Wash., for a
E. E. Erickson and »on Atlee arc
Mr. and Mrs. Archie Howell and
making posts and hauling them while daughters were supper guests o f Mr.
the weather is good.
and Mrs. William Bard Tuesday eve
Ward Douglass is hauling some | ning.
fine oak wood to the railroad siding, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Strunk have
ready to ship when the price is right. gone to Southern Oregon to visit rel
Floyd Hale has been taking advant atives for a week or so and where
age o f the good weather and is haul Mr. Strunk expects to do some
ing his fence posts home.
Most o f the farmers are wishing
Mr. and Mrs. Brian Moore and
for rain so they can start the fall
Leonard and Mildred have gone to
Washington to work in the apple or
Merle Wade came home from the
chards. Edna and Jean are stayina
Estacada high school Wednesday on
with their grand parents, Mr. and
account o f illness.
Mrs. I. M. Park, and are going to
The Archie Howell family have
Salmon are said to be running
plentifully in the Bull Run and Sandy moved to the Clarke’s neighborhood
rivers, but, the game wardens are where they have rented a farm.
Lenore Beck hag been teaching
the primary room in the school here
during the paHt week as the regular
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Logan Chevrolet Co.
Filberts, local grown, per pound ..................... 2 5 £
Cord Tires, 3 0 x 3 ^ ........................................... $ 4 . 9 5
Tubes, 3 0 x 3 1/2 ..................................................... $ 1 . 2 5
Western Oil, q u a rt....................................................... 1 5 < ^
Eastern Oil, q u art....................................
Gasoline, in your barrel, delivered, per gal.
Home grown Tomatoes box................................. ( J 0 c
Home grown Potatoes, per lb.................................... 2 C
Home grown Potatoes, per 100 lb. sack
$ 1 .5 0
Economy Blend Coffee, guaranteed .................. 3 5 ( ^
Tunnell’s Choice Coffee, guaranteed
Men’s 16-inch Ball Brand Shoes, pair
$ 7 .5 0
Men’s Heavy Weyenberg Shoes, pair
$ 7 .7 5
W e carry women’s and men’s rubber boots and the |
prices are right.
Mr. and Mrs. Dayball o f Portland
visited Sunday at the Hansen home.
George and August Genserosky
drove to Sheridan Sunday to visit
their brother Ernest pnd family.
The L. S. Tenney family visited
at the J. A. Shibley home Sunday.
Ruth Zurcher was out from Port
land Sunday to visit her sister, Mrs.
Joe Guttridge and family.
Miss Marie Saunders o f Oregon
City was a Sunday visitor o f Mr.
and Mrs. J. F. Moger.
Marion Millard and wife o f Port
land drove out Saturday to spend
the week end with his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Millard and spent a
few hours with Mr. and Mrs. J. F.
The Byron Cogswell family spent a
couple o f days at the Pendleton
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round-up and reported a very good
time. Mr. and Miss Madden looked
after the store during their absence.
TH E N E W S FOR FIRST CLASS JOB PRINTING.