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About Clackamas County news. (Estacada, Or.) 1928-1957 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 19, 1928)
C L A C K A M A S C O U N T Y NEW S, F R ID A Y , OCTOBER 18, 192S
PAG E SIX
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Note— A ll church organizations iq
Eastern Clackamas county are urged
to send in their announcements each
week fo r this column. No charge is
made and it is desired that it be
kept up to date, and fo r this reason
it is asked that the notice be sent in
each week.— Editor.
A N D YO U R OLD B A T T E R Y
Do you know that the largest at
13-Plate 80-Hour ampere Battery with an all-rubber ca»e. Made up Z tendance at any church service last
year was by far too small? And that
with handles for radio.
no one wants to live in a town with-
out a church?
:= W e recharge and repair all makes o f Batteries.
Service batteries ^
Do you know that Sunday school ig
to train you and your children fo r o
fo r rental.
better life? That it does not pay to
leave Sunday school and go home oil
out o f town before the morning w or
ship? Especially those who are
| leaders. How will we keep the pupi|
C O M P A N Y
M O T O R
C O O K E
' if the leader leaves and sets a bad
Estacada, Oregon =
The Sunday school and Epworth
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League are good places to go on Sun
day and both are intended fo r you.
Think these things over.
W e have two very interesting
themes fo r Sunday. Services at 11
a. m., “ The Meaning o f the King!
dom,” and at 7 :30 p. m., “ The Mul,
The Model T Ford is still a good car. More than
There will be special
music by the choir. It will be good.
eight million are in use and many o f them can be
Sunday school at 10 a. m., Epworth
driven for two, three and five years and even longer.
League at 6:30 p. m. A crodial in
Come in and see us about your. A small expendi
vitation is extended to all.— C. T.
ture may put it in shape for thousands o f
miles o f additional service.
This Sunday is being observed in
the Presbyterian churches as young
people’s day o f prayer. The youn^
people are given a special invitation
to attend the services. Rev. George
N. Taylor, field representative fo t
Albany college, will preach at all
Springwater— Sunday school at 10
a. m., morning worship at 11 .
Phone Sandy 41
George— Sunday school at 2 p. m.(
church service at 3 p. m.
Creek— Sunday school at
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Bible school theme fo r Sunday
morning will be Christian Steward
ship. Come and join In the discuss,
ion o f this practical and vital sub,
A class fo r everyone, and r
live, loyal teacher fo r every class
Bible school at 10 a. m., Mrs. Page,
preaching at 11. The theme fo r the M
morning message w ill be “ The Faces
we are Making.”
A STO R Y OF T H E E A R L Y E IG H T IE S ,
P H O TO G R A PH E D
Christian Endeavor at 7 p. m.
= . ITS O R IG IN A L SE T T IN G S A N D L O C A L E — W H E R E TH E ORE. = The C. E. is our only evening ser
vice and is the young people’s own
GON T R A IL CROSSED TH E JOHN D A Y .
meeting. They will discuss the topia
S P E C IA L MUSIC B Y
| o f “ How Does Law Increase Free
Miss Anna Leeman is pres,
The young people o f the
town and community who have no
other church home are especially in
A N D HIS F U L L BLOODED IN D IA N O R C H E S TR A
vited.— Hugh Foster, pastor.
Last Sunday evening the Endea
Admission 15c and 40c
vor enjoyed an excellent violin solo
Show starts at 7 :30
Box O ffic e open at 7 E by Miss Beatrice Wilder. Miss An|
derson concluded as fine and live a
itmiiimmimimmmmmmmmimmimimmmmiimmmmmmmiimmmmtt discussion on the subject o f a Chrisi
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privilege to attend fo r some time.
The young people are proud o f this
fine co-operation o f the young ladies
= Good Extension Table ................................... $8.00 = o f the high school.— H. F.
Well Put Your Model T Ford in Good Shape
at Low Cost
I T ’S A F A C T
GROUP BUYING POWER GIVES YOU BETTER VALUES
THE OWNER SERVES YOU HERE
Quantity Buying is the secret o f chain store success. It is similarly the se
cret o f our values. As members o f the great Red and W hite chain we
enjoy the combined buying power of hundreds o f stores— and give you
“ Quality Always Higher than Price.”
You Can Do Better at a Red & White Store
Saturday and Monday, October 20 and 22
¿ fio ra ci
Bob Smith Garage
j LIBERTY THEATRE |
Thursday, October 25 ( only )
j The Historical
Old Oregon Trail I
| Chief Big Boy
Dandy Dining Room T a b le .............................. 6.00 i D U A L D U T Y U N IT FOR
Heaters, up fr o m .. ............................................. 3.00 1 C H E V R O LE T TRU CKS P O P U LA R
Joe Levy, produce merchant 'of
Big Bargain in Kitchen Cabinet, quick sale...... 5.00 _
E ' Portland, bought one o f the new
3.00 E : Chevrolet trucks with the Dual Duty
Tw o Kitchenettes, each .................................... 2.50 E j attachment this week from the Cas-
Solid Mahogany Center T a b le ........................... 3.50 E cade Chevrolet company. Mr. Levy
Dandy Oak Center T a b le .................................. 3.00 = recently came from California where
E he had been using the same equips
The Cascade has also received an
= j order fo r one o f the trucks from the
Standard Oil company o f Estacada,
= which will be delivered in about two
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Nothing Nicer or More Useful— I ®
This ad, fully punched, together with $5.95 in cash, entitles bearer
to an unusually beautiful Shawl Robe. Sold everywhere at $10 oe
They are big full sized robes made o| soft fleecy Oregon wool and have
the long fringe that is so attractive. Pretty combinations o f delicately
blended colors that please the eye. Suitable for your davenport or car.
A real pal on beach or country trips. A nice ornament and a real comfort
in summer or winter.
They make a most acceptable g ift for anyone. Tell your friends
about them. W e will be glad to supply your friends with purchase
cards on request. This ad w ill be punched on cash purchases only, and
must be presented for punching at tjme o f making purchase.
This card for the exclusive use o f................................................................ »
CASCADE CHEVROLET COMPANY
H. B. SNYDER, OWNER
W e reserve the right to limit quantities
can f o r ...... ............. 2 9 ^
SERVUS JELL DESERT
3 pkgs. f o r ...........
ALBERS’ PEARLS OF
One package for
CROWN CAKE FLOUR
5-lb. size, one for .
Carton, 6 boxes ..
SERVUS MACARONI and
8-oz. pkgs., 3 fo r ........2 2 ^
4 pound pail fo r ....... 91 C
PORK AND BEANS
Medium, 2 f o r ......... 19 C
RED & WHITE COFFEE
1-lb pkg. fo r ........... 42 C
RED AND WHITE OLEO
1-lb. pkg. for ........... 2 1 c
GALVANIZED OIL CANS
Box o f 12 f o r ............69<^
5-gallon s i z e ..............95<^
Hear our Radio program every
Friday over KGW at 6:30 p.m.
Twentieth Wedding Anniversary
One o f the most enjoyable parties
o f the fall was given by Mr. and Mrs.
George Forman at Burghardts hall
on Thursday evening, October 11th,
it being their twentieth wedding an
niversary. Those present were Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Schweitzer, Mr. and
Mrs. Joe Schweitzer, L. Rivers and
fam ily; Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Pesz-
necker, Mr. and Mrs. Steve Pesz-
1 Phone 293
Estacada, Oregon =
necker, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Pesznecker,
Mr. and Mrs. Charley Norris, Mr.
and Mrs. Arthur Smith, Miss Jennie
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Smith, Miss Josephine Moore, Miss
^Dorothy Webster, Miss Loretta W al
lace, Miss Adeline and Eleanor Ped
erson, Miss Helen Sandstrom, Mr. E
and Mrs. W alter Smith, Mr. and Mrs. 3
Henry Anderson, Vernnar Anderson ; E
and Miss A. Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. j r
D. L. Erdman, Mrs. A. T. Jones, Mrs. i E
Dorothy Borders, Mr. and Mrs. ¡3
There is an old axiom to the effect that “ at the foot |
Fred Bates, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin John- ! E
f the lighthouse it is dark,” and in the past in many §
son, Mr. and Mrs. Loyal Lake, Mr. 3
homes the w ife and children were kept in the dark 1
and Mrs. A. H. Still, Mr. and Mrs. j =
H. T. Gibson, Harvey Gibson, Charles 3 as to the business and financial affairs of the head |
Borders, Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Court- =
o f the household.
ney, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Tracy, Mr. 3
But the old order has changed, and the modern E
and Mrs. W. G. Burghardt, Mr. and s
Mrs. W alter Burghardt, John Hick- 3 woman looks into the future with the same keen |
and practical mind that has so materially advanced 1
man, Mrs. Lena Pederson, E. P. Jen- s
sen, Fred Smith, Mr. and M r » Frank 3 her position in the past quarter o f a century, an at- |
titude that is contributing a lrage measure o f in- 1
Music was furnished by J. Miller E
fluence to the advancement o f our country.
and John Irvin g o f Estacada. and S
A fam ily budget and a bank account in a good bank will help
W. R. Telford and sons o f Boring. 3
solve the problem. Ask us how.
Cards were played early in the eve- 3
f Violin and Piano f
B eatrice W ilder t
Don’t Leave Your Wife and
Children in the Dark j
ning and dancing a fte r refreshments. 3
Refreshments consisted o f cake, ice 3
Mr. and Mrs. Forman also J 3
gave cigars and marshmellows.
Mr. and Mrs. Forman received E
many beautiful and useful gifts. All 3
present reported a very enjoyable E
evening and wished their hosts many 3
more happy wedded days.
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