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CLACKAMAS COUNTY NEWS,
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Eatecede Methodist Church
Farm and Cattle Sales
Phone Sandy 12x4
Boring - - - Oregon
Competent nurae for all occaaiona
Will Go Anywhere
MRS. A . W . SCH U N K E
R. F. D. 1
DR. H. A. SCHNEIDER
D E N T IST
Phone Sandy 151
BROS1US, M. D.
2nd door West o f Meat Market
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.
L. A. CH A P M A N
M OR TICIAN
Calls attended day or night
Mortuary l. O. O. F. Bldg-
Telephone No. 21-61
S. E. Wooster
Real Eatate Loana, Inauranca
FARM LOANS A SPECIALTY
Dr. H. M. Kramer
O ffice hours 9 a. m. to 5 p. m.
Evenings by appointment
O ffice Phone 315
O. D. EBY
General Practice Confidential
Dr. M. M. Martindale
CH IR OPR ACTO R
of Oregon City
Trips to Estacada discontinued
until latter part of September
W e Specialize in
E X T R A C T IO N O F T E E T H
At this office we are equipped to
handle the most difficult extrac
tion, with gas or local injection
around the tfums.
A trained dental nurse to insure
My past experience will hear me
out as a painless extractor of
Physician and Surgeon
O ffice Hours 9 to 6
D. C. & E. C. LATOURETTE
Practice in All Courts
First National Bank Bldg.
Dr. W . W . Rhodes
O S T E O P A T H IC
Physicien end Surgeon
^V R EÜ R AN D
S a c i e
SE C T I L C O ^
The sacrament o f the Lord’s Sup
per will b* observed this Sunday.
Our communion study will be taken
from Luke’s story o f “ The Walk to
Springwater— Sunday school at 10
a. m., morning worship at 11.
Eagle Creek— Sunday school at
10:30; evening service at 8 o ’clock.
— T. I. Kirkwood, pastor.
S A N D Y LOCALS
Emery & Heaton were taking mo
vies at Government Camp Sunday,
and Jesse Still, who spent several
days there, also took movies at Swim
o f two boys skiing in bathing suits
into the lake.
The Peter Vetsch and A. Frisch
families were guests at the Henry
Wewer home Sunday.
The Herman Millers entertained
at Christmas dinner the W. R. Locke
family and all their children and the
grand children, except those in Aus
Mr. and Mrs. E. Beers, the Lex
Schmitzes and Ernest Harris fami-
1 lies were all guests at Christmas din
ner at the Billy Edwards home.
Susan Kelliher prepared a big tur
key dinner at her Portland home, all
the children and grand children being
present but Charley Updegrave, who
was working at the Sandy Plug mill.
Helen Dahrens and children went
to the city to spend a day with rela-
j tives last week.
Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Bruns had as
Sunday dinner guests Mr. and Mrs.
C. L. Henson and Mr. and Mrs. Les-
: ter Townsend.
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X -R ay E xam inat ion s
$10.00 to $37.00
NEW YEAR SPECIAL
DR. P. G. BROWN, Dentist
Dry Cleaning $ 1 - 0 0 *
W illa m e t te Building, O r e g o n City
Entrance Opposite Post O f f i c e
Men’s Suits or Overcoats
Calls made at Carver, Barton, Eagle Creek, Springwater, Sandy,
Kelso, Currinsville and Estacada on Wednesdays and Saturdays
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Palace Laundry Man
Cleaning - Pressing
| ALL KINDS OF REPAIRS AND ALTERATIONS
“ Ladies’ Work a Specialty.”
| Why send your work out of Estacada?
antee all work.
Gates Funeral Home
C i t y C le a n e r s
Distance is no question with us. Our
equipment is at your service day or
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This new car is now on display in our show
rooms and we cordially invite you to come
in for a personal inspection!
Todav you can sec the most sensational auto
mobile ever introduced— The Outstanding
Chevrolet of Chevrolet History, a Six in the
price range o f the four!
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When you lift the hood and see the new six-
cylinder valve-in-head engine you will
realize that a new era has dawned for the
buyers o f low-priced automobiles. Repre
senting four years development and testing,
this new power plant is a marvel o f advanced
design. It develops approximately 32% more
power than any previous Chevrolet engine.
It displays sensationally greater speed and
faster acceleration. And yet, despite this
brilliantly improved performance, it main
tains Chevrolet’s worldwide reputation for
economy— averaging better than twenty
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Out o f town people served in one visit
Estacada Christian Church
There is no better way to start
the New Year than to turn our
thoughts heavenward and consider
the Creator. So the Bible school les
son for next Sunday, the first Lord’s
day of the year 1929, is “ Our Hea-
; venly Father.”
The morning sermon message fol
lowing the praise and communion
service at 11 will also be in keeping
with the New Year. The morning
j message will be “ The New Birth,”
based on the conversation with the
Savior with Nicodemus, when Jesus
j said “ Ye must be born anew.”
The Christian Endeavor topic is
“ Forces that are making the world
better.” Do you believe the world is
getting better or worse? The En-
deavorers think it is getting better
and are lending a hand to make their
belief a reality. Come, and let the
Endeavor wipe the frown away and
replace it with a smile, and learn
that life is really worth while.— Hugh
D. S. Webster had a relapse after
he was recovering from the flu, but
he and the family are all able to be
up and around again.
Miss Dorothy Jonsrud had a week
end vacation lasting until Wednesday
and spent it at home with her father
and Phillip. Mrs. Jonsrud is gradu
ally gaining at the hospital.
Mrs. J. M. C. Miller, Mrs. Jack-
Scales and Maud Reed spent Saturday
night and Sunday at Government
Camp hotel where they had a wonder
ful outing, watching winter sports be
ing u.uite thrilling.
Jack Greenwood and Art Jonsrud
made a trip to Battle Axe Inn Sat
urday. Jack says his logging at the
Sandy Lumber company plant is be
The story of the cross is the most
wonderful story ever told. Only by
the way o f the cross, that instrument
of torture and shame, were hope and
salvation ever brought to our hearts.
It is not enough to have the cross
as a story or a song; not enough to
i believe in the suffering of Christ on
Calvary; not enough to believe in His
atoning death as a mere theory or
creed. It is not the cross on the
church spire, the cross stamped in
gold on our Bible, or the cross in the
window; it is the cross ih the heart
that is a true sign of the consecrated
It is only when the sinner has been
led to take a long and earnest look
at Calvary; when the awful tragedy
o f that hour is stamped with undying
conviction upon his soul; and when
the real meaning of the cross be
comes a personal experience, dis
solved into his very life, that he can
truly say with the great apostle, “ I
am crucified with Christ.”
Then in addition to all else, he
realizes that he is not his own, that
he is bought with a price,— oh such a
price;— and he says: I cannot go back
to the old selfish life— Christ suf
fered and died for me; I belong to
Him. He is my Savior, and gladly
I count all things but loss for the ex
cellency o f the knowledge o f Jesus
Christ my Lord.
We aim to so preach this Christ of
the cross; holding Him up to the
ideal need o f all men. Our subject
for next Sunday morning at 11
o ’clock will be “ The God of Loving
Righteousness.” Come and learn
how good He is. In the evening at
7:30 the subject will be “ Human
Weakness and Divine Strength."
Remember at 10 o’clock in the
morning the Sunday school meets to
study the international lessons used
by all churches. A fine spirit is
growing in the church schooh Then
the Epworth League meets at 6:30
in the evening. Miss Irene Kaake
will be leader. A cordial invitation
to all these services is extended to
any who will come.— C. T. Cook,
Last Wednesday, “ the day after”
..us a good day for wrecks, caused
mostly from the heav> snow fall.
Bob Smith had three “ remains” in
his garage Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Owen Ganger and
Bobby were guests at a lovely dinner
at the Robert Murray home recently.
Paul Thiess came down from Ta
coma to be present at the joint Ma
sonic and O. E. S. installation and
presented .his mother with a lovely
Bible to use with her work as chap
A baby girl, weighing 8 pounds,
was born to Mr. and Mrs. Frank Davis
of Sandy, December 26. The Davises
and two other families live in the
Kleeman house at the east end of
FRIDAY, JANUARY 4, 1929
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Great Array o f N ew Features
Matching this spectacular advance in per
formance is the greatest array o f new
features Chevrolet has ever announced.
The new four-wheel brakes not only assure
positive safety, but are exceedingly quiet in
op era tion . T h e new tw o-beam , head
lamps with foot control dimming device
were never before available in Chevrolet’»
price class. And so on throughout the entire
chassis, you will find feature after feature
demanded in the finest automobiles and
now offered on the Outstanding Chevrolet.
Distinctive N ew Beauty
But, however impressed you may he by the
mechanical superiority of the Outstanding
Chevrolet, your admiration will reach even
greater heights when you study the car’s
The marvelous new Fisher bodies represent
a masterful example o f artistic coachwork.
Never in Fisher’s long and illustrous service
to the automotive industry has Fisher style
supremacy been more clearly revealed!
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