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CLACKAMAS COUNTY NEWS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1928
EAG LE CREEK HEIGHTS
Mrs. William Hull and son Earl
o f Sifton, Wash., visited at the home
o f her parents, Mr. and Mrs. David,
of Eagle Creek, one day last week.
The rains first o f the week should
start all fall grain to growing.
Misses Mildred and Rose Huggins
G. B. Linn and R. S. Coop are
spent Saturday visiting friends in
just finishing up sawing the winter’s
wood for Currinsville people.
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Judd were in
Floyd Hale caught two live musk
Portland on business Tuesday.
rats Wednesday. At this rate he will
Mrs. Carl Rehberg and sons, Carl soon have a good breeding pen of
Jr., and Bobby, spent the week end fur-bearing rats for the Githens-Hale
with her mother at Garden Home, fur farm.
Mrs. Nellie Currin is confined to
Visitors at the J. W. Huggins home her home on account of illness. R.
Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Earlen H, Currin has been home for a few
Lindholm o f Eagle Creek and Mrs days with his wife.
Alec Pienson and daughter Luell:
The Currinsville Ladies Aid is giv
May o f Sandy.
ing Mrs. J. H. Kitching a going-away
party before she goes south for the
winter. She expects to visit her sis
ter and duughter in California this
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Bedinger have
leturned to Currinsville to spend the
The Voights are selling out Friday
and are moving back to Sandy, it is
Mr. Ryder o f Baker, Ore., called
on his friend J. O. Tunnell Tuesday.
The Currinsville store truck hauled
a load o f flax seed to Portland Tues
day for E. J. Voight.
Robert Jarl and H. O. Eri o f Kelso
went a deer hunting at Wapanitia
for a day only and got a 290-pound
fat, tender bear, but “ nary” a deer.
Eri will soon go to southern Oregon
to try his luck again.
Mr. and Mrs.
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W . D A R T T $
Barber & Beauty Shop § I MR. CHEVROLET OW NER:
Barber shop in Masonic Bldg.
Beauty shop next door to stage
(any Delco-Remy Equipment)
You are entitled to this service, your car itself is
guaranteed by the car factory where it was made.
Certain equipment on it is guaranteed by the equip-
ment factories. Your Delco-Remy electrical equip-
ment is guaranteed in this way. Drive in for inspec-
tion and instructions.
DR. H. A. SCHNEIDER
D EN TIST
Phone Sandy 151
Willard Batteries, $9.00
= Genuine Delco-Remy and North East auto lights and 1
Bosch pails for generators and starters
DR. CHAS. P. JOHNSON
Practice limited to extraction o f
teeth and minor oral surgery,
nerve blocking & gas anesthesia
458 Morgan Bldg.
Oregon City Battery Shop
| Phone 124
12th and Main
Oregon City |
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First Class Auto Repairing
DR. F. C. BROSIUS, M. D.
2nd door West o f Meat Market
Let us price your job
Attorneys at Law
6 per cent state school money to
loan on farms; General law prac
tice. Bank o f Oregon City Bldg.
Our work and prices will satisfy you
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S. E. Wooster
Peach leaf curl is a disease which
often causes peach leaves to become
curled, thickened and distorted. The
leaves often drop in early summer,
following this condition new leaves
appear or the tree dies.
In any event the peach crop is
diminished and the trees are injured.
This disease is controlled by spray
ing with Bordeaux mixture 6-6-50
dilution in December or January.
Lime sulphur spray sometimes con
trols peach loaf curl but it is not de
R. E. Esson and Dr. Williams
1 picked more ripe strawberries than
! they could "swallow” at the Tommy
' Dunn place Sunday. Mrs. Dunn is
moving to Corvallis to remain with
Lloyd during the school year.
j from Satsop,
den with the
Gray Rodgers writes
Wash., that the grape
marvelous at Grape
they are so heavily la
Wayne Duncan will put o ff going
to automobile school for two weeks
as he has a job at Bull Run lake for
The Mallieoat family o f Boring
drove to McMinnville Sunday to visit
relatives, and the Wm. Child family
also o f Boring entertained guests
from Forest Grove Sunday.
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f Sandy C ream ery |
HOUSEWIVES,— USE OUR
Mountain Meadow Butter
Phone Sandy 56
A HOME PRODUCT |
Elwin Beck has gone to Pendleton
where he has a job in a grocery.
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After a viist o f some time with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Beck, Miss
Lenora Beck left last week for Ellens-
burg, Wash., where she will atten4
A hunting party left Estacada the
first o f the week for Blue mountains
which consisted of Mr. and Mrs. Ed
Steinman, Mr. and Mrs. Herb. Hux
ley, Phill Steinman and Earl McCom
nell. They expect to be gone for a
Phone Residence 67
Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Hassell
moved back to Estacada from Camp
1 1-2 Tuesday morning.
The Garden club met with Mrs. R.
R. Cooke Monday afternoon.
Rev. C. T. Cook went to Oregon
City Tuesday to speak at a meeting
of the W. C. T. U.
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Linn returned
Our modern laundry work will please you. Our
Friday evening from a trip East.
They stopped in Omaha and at Poca
cleaning and pressing will please you. Wednesday
tello, Idaho, for a visit with friends.
and Saturday of each week at Carver, Barton, Eagle
They report a splendid trip.
Creek, Springwater, Sandy, Kelso and Estacada.
Art Smith left Estacada Monday
morning for Portland, where he has
Mr. and Mrs. Mehl, who have been
occupying the Topp residence in the
eastern part o f the city, moved last
Saturday to the Allstock place, south
west o f Estacada.
Mrs. W. H. Grabeel and daughters
Lavena and Jean drove to Gladstone
Thursday morning and were joined by
Mrs. Grabeel’s parents and all went
to Salem to attend the fair.
G eorge W . Beers
Stag in the Bag
Calls attended day or night
Mortuary I. O. 0 . F. Bldg.
Telephone No. 21-51
Real Estate Loans, Insurance
Jenkins Club, a variety o f white
winter wheat which leads in yield for
western Oregon is grown for sale by
many Clackamas county farmers. The
following have certified seed for sale:
Sherman Seely, Wilsonville; J. M.
Brockhaus, Wilsonville; C. H. Fer
rer, Molalla, and W. H. Zivney, of
Rev. Father Boniventura and John
| Smith were dinner guests at the Hor-
| ton home at Bull Run, Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Summers were
down frmo Swim Saturday night :o
attend the dance at the I. O. O. F.
Mrs. G. D. Orr’a sister, Mrs. W. R.
Neas o f Oakland, Cal., has been visit,
ing the Orrs. A niece o f Mrs. Neas,
Cleo Neas, is staying at the Orr home
and attending high school.
The home of Mr. and Mrs. J. C.
Loundree was the center o f practi,
cully all the relatives o f the family
after the passing o f Mrs. H. P.
Shafer, until after the funeral.
Mrs. A. Hoernicker had another
bad uttack Friday, though is bet
ter again. Only the day before she
had cut; out a dress for her daughter
and had been directing canning and
even peeling fruit while lying on her
Relatives from Portland, Salem Bnd
Albany came to attend the initial
service o f Sandy’s new pastor, Rev.
Schoen, Sunday and were guests at
Palace Laundry Man
L. A. CH APM AN
M O RTICIAN
By John J. Inskeep
Farmers o f Sunnyside community
near Clackamas, are pooling orders
for a car o f limestone from the state
lime plant near Salem. Ed. Ott has
charge o f the arrangements.
SANDY LOCAL ITEMS
Put Your Laundry Troubles on Our Shoulders
ELECTRIC W O RK
J . S c a le s
LON CH A N E Y A T HIS BEST
AS TR A G IC FUNSTER
LOGGER’S RAIN PROOF COAT
A Big Value
Lon Chaney’s latest and perhaps
greatest role o f the screen immort
FARM LOANS A SPECIALTY
alizes a fast-dying race. So the fa
Also a new line of
mous character actor declares, in de
G A L O S H E S
scribing his role in “ Laugh, Clown,
Don’t fail to see them
Laugh,” Herbert Brenon’s spectacu
RAIN COATS AND HATS
Dr. H. M. Kramer
(tonight). For the clown o f the old
that will please you
stage, harequinades and the circus ¡ e
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HIGH TOP SHOES FOR BOYS
O ffice hours 9 a. m. to 5 p. m.
While at work on the new screen
Evenings by appointment
“ SCALES IS RIGHT”
drama Chaney entertained an old
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friend in “ Toto,” last o f the great
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clowns. “ Toto” is still a star o f the
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stage with his clown make-up— but
probably the last. “ Silvers” Oakley,
O. D. EBY
who made millions laugh, died by his
Attorney et Lew
are standard with many feeders because of the
own hand in a tragic finish. Chester
General Practice Confidential *
Conklin and “ Poodles” Hannaford
the uniform quality.
forsook clowning for the moving pic
A trial will convince you too.
“ Playing a clown on the screen,”
says Chaney, “ is, to me, immortaliz
Any dealer can supply you.
Dr. M. M. Martindale *
ing a race o f great actors, for the
CH IR O PR A C T O R
clown was, I believe, the first mod
o f Oregon City
Long before the modern
Trips to Estacada discontinued *
drama took form the traditional plays
until latter part o f September *
MEALS AT ALL HOURS
with clowns, harequins and Colum | 175 Tillamook St.
Portland, Oregon |
bines paved its way. The harequin
“COURTESY” OUR MOTTO
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ades were played by strolling players
all over Europe.
The ‘Joey,’ or
clown, the harequin, the ‘ pantaloon’
Walter W . Gilbert, M. D.
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Physician and Surcaos
E tionally known.
O ffice Hours 9 to 6
“ Then came the circus, and the
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clown developed from one traditional
form to another. They had to be
TO THE LOAF
in their fun-making and
We have our stock moved now and are in our new f broader
invented the paddle o f two shingles |
quarters with the Lovelace Grocery.
C. D., D. C . E. C. LATOURETTE
which popped when someone w as1
An ideal slice-size for toasting, sandwiches and
children’s between meal snacks.
You will find us now with our stock more complete | struck with it— the slapstick. This
Practice in AU Coarta
originated the term slapstick comedy.
ECONOMICAL FOR LARGE FAMILIES
than ever, and will sure appreciate your patronage, f Certain
First National Bank Bldg.
o f the circus clowns became
The same Holsum quality that won the Harry M.
famous, as ‘ Silvers,’ who went from
Freer Trophy the second time in two years. The
the circus to the stage, just as does
same price as the regular large loaf.
the clown in this new picture. ‘Sil
vers’ was perhaps the funniests o f |
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Dr. W . W . Rhodes
clowns— but he died a suicide. It is j
strange that most clowns are, under .
their make-up, men with tragedies,
Physician and Sargsoa
so that the present picture really
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e a s e o s s e e *
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