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IM P R O V E M E N T S B E IN G F,FT ioCR0M
T R A I N IN P I C T U R E
M A D E BY CARM ACK
Fifty covered wagons of the type
EAGLE CREEK, Jan. 17.— (Spe
which blazed a trail to a new em
cial).— C. C. Curmuck has a crew of
pire, in the days o f '49, form a pic
| men at work digging holes for about
turesque train in Paramount’s Zane
, two hundred and fifty walnut tyoes,
! Grey epic o f the West, “ The Vanish
I which will be set out as soon us the
ing Pioneer." The wagon train was
I weather permits.
Among those at
filmed crossing a wind whipped
work were Henry Suter, Roy Forres
stretch o f desert near Hurricane,
ter, Kenneth Troupe, Jas. Gert, A.
Utah. At its head rode Jack Holt,
Huhlinger und Tony Buhlinger, Roy
who is featured in the cast o f this
Pattison supervising the job.
Zane Grey picture, which opens at
Mr. Carmack is also going into the Liberty, Estacadu, Sunday for a
! the poultry business and the construc- | two days’ run.
II ion of a large modern chicken house
All of the wagons in the train were
is expected to he started immedi
recruited from among the settlers
ately. It is also understood that Mr.
in this last pioneer outpost. They
C'armuck will grow ginseng on his
are not relics or. motion picture pro
perty, but actuully are the most
About two hundred boxes of apples prized possessions of their owners.
of mixed varieties were packed for The covered wagon still plays an im
shipment on the Dr. J. C. Elliott portant part in the economic life of
King ranch this week. William Sun that country in the shade o f the gi
ders helped Ed. Grier with the pack gantic red rock walled cliffs.
The unit from the Paramount stu
Emma Shulte spent last week at dio remained on location in Utah for
St. Vincent's hospital in Portland in two weeks, filming exterior scenes
preparation for a goitre operation. o f “ The Vanishing Pioneer.” Some
The operation was performed Monday of these scenes were taken in the
wildly picturesque rock walled can
Mrs. James Lampier and baby yon of Zion national park. Others
Preceding this game, Sandy’s sec daughter o f Mr. and Mrs. William daughter of Firwood are visiting at were taken in the desert country o f
ond string lost to Oregon City’s sec Oak, and has been attending Gresham the home o f her mother, Mrs. Mae the region with snow capped blue
mountains forming a secondary back
ond team 25 to 9. Although Sandy high school.
Mr. and Mrs. Rudd of Spokane left ground to the multi-colored cliffs.
viiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimmiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiK for their home last Saturday, after Panchromatic film was used in many
spending a week at the A. C. Cogs o f the scenes so that all the beauty
o f the kaleidoscopic maze o f colors
Sunday evening, January 20, the was captured.
Rev. Hollingstead o f Fairview will
The drivers of the covered wagons
preach at the Eagle Creek church. which plowed across the desert
JA N U A R Y 17 TO 23
1 He is a candidate for the pastorate, stretches o f Hurricane were ail pio
left vacant by the resignation of Rev. neers o f that region. Their parents
T. I. Kirkwood.
had crossed that same stretch o f
Start the week by opening a
Mrs. Lena Kellogg left last week waste land in 1861 in wagons exactly
for Astoria, where she will spend the similar to those they were driving
S A V IN G S A C C O U N T
remainder o f the winter with her for the benefit o f the motion picture
daughter, Mrs. Shannon.
cameras. Wives and children of the
Foster Meyers is going around on drivers rode with them and in the
Then make every week a T hrift week by
crutches as u result of an injury to re-enactment o f days that have now
system atically adding to the account.
You will be surprised at the results at the
On Saturday. January 19, the Ea
N otic e o f Final A c c o u n t
end of the year.
= gle Creek grange will hold their reg
ular meeting at the grange hall. In
stallation o f officers will be the fea In the Circuit Court o f the State of
Oregon for the County o f Clack
ture o f the day.
L. P. Conner o f the Eagle Creek
In the matter o f the estate o f Fran
Trading company has received his
ces T. Stockton, deceased.
license as a real estate broker and
Notice is hereby given that W. L.
already has some exceptionally good Stockton, as administrator o f . the
listings in improved farms as well as estate of Frances T. Stockton, de
homesites and recreation properties ceased, has filed his final account
as such administrator with the cir
7 : m 11111111 in 11111111111 n n 11111111 ii i m 1111111111111111 ii 11111111111111111111111111111111111111111H on Eagle Creek.
cuit court o f the state o f Oregon, for
John Wilson, esteemed Eagle Creek the county o f Clackamas, and that
R. F. D. mail carrier, continues crit Monday, the 4th day of February,
ically ill at his home in Eagle Creek. 1929, at the hour o f 9:30 o ’clock a.
m., and the courtroom o f this court,
He is being cared for by ane o f his has been fixed as the time and place
sons and a daughter.
for the hearing o f objections to said
final account and the settlement
, LIBERTY THEATRE
T hu rs day and Friday, January 17 and 18—
RRX, the King o f Wild Horses, in
“ NO M A N ’S L A W ”
With Barbara Kent anti James Finlayson. Rex, the wild horse
unconquered— unrivaled, unequalled— in his most powerful
drama and his greatest role. Comedy, “ Winnie’s Wake up.”
S at urd ay ( o n l y ) , Ja nu ary 19—
A Howling Burlesque on a Noble Profession—
“ JA K E , TH E PLU M B ER ”
With Jess Devorska and Sharon Lynn Jake, the lad for work—
Juke the lad for play— Jake the lad when the girls are sad— To
kiss their tears away. Comedy, “ Dad’s Choice.”
Sun da y and M ond ay . Ja nua ry 2 0 and 21 —
Jack Holt in Zane Grey's
“ T H E V A N ISH IN G P IO N E E R ”
Thrills, dangers, conflicts— but it ends in romance and pre sents
a picture o f the fast disappearing West. Also Pathe News reel.
T uesd ay ( o n l y ) , J a nua ry
JACKIE COOGAN in—
“ B U T T O N S”
A special show given bv the Camp Fire Girls.
W e d n e . d a y ( o n l y ) , J a nua ry 2 3 —
A thrilling romance o f Hell’s Kitchen in New York—
“ T EN T H A V E N U E ”
With Phyllis Haver, Victor Varconi, and Joseph Schildkraut.
Comedy, “ Smith’s Uncle.”
T hu rs d ay and Friday , J a nua ry 2 4 and 25 —
Sally O’Neil and Owen Moore in—
If you are Irish, you’ll like it— If you are Jewish, you’ll like it—
If you are American, you’ll love it. Comedy, “ Pass the Gravy.”
A dm ission:
Adults, 2 - 5 c ; Children under 14 , 10 c
I bo> w tie live wires, they could not
make the baskets.
Friday night, this week, Estacada
will be in Sandy for a double header
Sandy wrestlers met Benson Fri and there will be an intense battle
day in the first contest ever staged on for the honors.
by Sandy high. Benson won in all
but the heavy weight class, honors
B U L L RU N L O C A L S
being carried o ff by Melvin Vander-
most. Benson has veterans that were
Mrs. Elton Sloop and Gruce are
state champions last year. The first
now convalescing from a very severe
meet at Sandy will be January 24, a
attack of influenza, which kept them
return game with Benson.
in bed two weeks. Mr. Sloop laid o ff
The first semester closes January
work to care for them.
16, at the union high, so “ finals” are
Mrs. George Miller passed away
lust week from heart trouble and
Miss Edith Shell chaperoned Mar was taken to Eugene for buriul. Mr.
garet Peterson and Letha Child, dele Miller and children have returned
gates from the student body to the to Hull Run and Mr. Miller is work
annual high school conference at Eu ing on the flume.
gene. The girls were guests of Jon-
Mr. and Mrs. Oren Ganger are
nie Shelley while there, and Miss
very much pleased with their new
Shell was a guest of friends.
I'ordor sedan, recently purchased
Sandy boys made some spectacular I from lloh Smith Motor company.
throws Friday night, in a hard fought
The Bull Hun bommunity club
game with Gresham, winning by the | runl party will be held Suturday
score 32 to 15. Sandy also won the night at the dub house.
game on the Gresham floor recently.
Although Lindrooth was fine, with 8
G er tr u d e O ak and G i f f o r d Odell W e d
points to his credit, Curtis, Vic and
Stanley (Bacon Bros.) brought home
Miss Gertrude Oak, former Sandy
the “ Bacon” with 5, 8 and 7 points girl, and C. G. Odell, son o f Mrs. F.
each. Naas subbed for Lindrooth, ( ’. Brosius, were married at Vancou
making 2 points.
Mrs. Odell is the
SA N D Y
SCH O O L N O TES
C L A C K A M A S C O U N T Y N E W S , F K I D A Y , J A N U A R Y 18. 192V
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E STA C A D A STATE
Si mp I icily
of cooling system
is a feature
of the new Ford
P. T. A . to Meet
W. L. STOCKTON, Administrator.
A regular meeting of the Estacada
McGUIRK & SCHNEIDER, 203-5
P. T. A. will be held Tuesday, Jan
, Withrow Bldg., Gresham, Oregon,
uary 22, at 3:30 p. m., in the grade
Attorneys for Administrator.
school building. The Camp Fire
Dated and first published Dec. 28, ’28
girls will present several short skits.
Date o f last publication Jan. 25, 1929
C U T S M O RE
S L IC E S
TO T H E L O A F
A n ideal slice-size fo r toasting, sandwiches and
children’s between meal snacks.
EC O N O M IC A L FO R L A R G E F A M IL IE S
The same Holsum quality that won the H arry M.
F reer Trophy the second time in two years. The
same price as the regular large loaf.
Sold at Y ou r Favorite £ -7
Grocery and Restau- * * L « * L *
rants in Estacada and LONG LOAF
JUweitmmtn eftAth •
SATURDAY- SUNDAY and MONDAY
A COMPLETE water plant is
a part of every automobile
as it is a purl o f every mod
The purpose o f this water
plant is to keep the engine
rooleil to a temperature that
will mnke it etlieienl in oper
ation. If it were not for this,
the eylimler walls would he
roine overheated and the
pistons refuse to operate.
The m oling system of the
new Ford is partieularly in
teresting herause it is so
simple und reliuhle.
W hen the radiator is full
o f water, the engine o f the
new Ford will not overheat
under the hardest driving.
1 el the water is so regulated
that it will not impair en
gine operation hv running
too eold in winter.
The cooling surface o f
the Ford radiator is large,
with four rows o f tubes set
in staggered position so that
each receives the full bene
fit o f the incoming air. The
fan is o f the airplane pro
peller type and draws air
through the radiator at the
rapid rate o f 8 i() cubic feet
per minute at 1000
revolutions per min
ute of the motor.
The hot water around
the cylinder head is drawn
to the radiator to be cooled
by a centrifugal water pump
o f new design.
The entire cooling system
o f the new Ford is so simple
in design and so carefully
made that it requires very
'Hie radiator should be
kept full, o f course, and
drained once each month so
that sediment will not collect
und retard the free passage
o f water. In eold weather,
a reliable anti-freeze solu
tion should be added.
As owner and manager o f
this important water plant
you should also see that the
water pump and fan shaft
are properly lubricated and
the p a c k in g a ro u n d the
pump sluift kept in adjust
Hose con n ection s may
also need replacement after
long serv ice. For those little
adjustments, it pays to call
on the Ford dealer.
He works under close fac
tory supervision and he has
been specially trained and
equipped to do a
job at a fair price.
F gud M otor C ompany
F L O U R — S P E R R Y ’S C A R N A T IO N —
49 -pound sack .........................................
R IC E — W H IT E R O SE B R A N D —
4 pounds f o r .................................................... 2 5 <^
R A IS IN S — SU N M A ID ; P u ffed and Seeded—
3 Packages for .............................................! 25C
M IN TE T A P IO C A —
2 Packages f o r .............................................
SW A N S-D O W N C A K E F L O U R —
Per Package ...................................................,T SC
P U R E X — F R E E — 1 8 -oz. Bottle free with
each large bottle ...........................................
SO U P — R E X B R A N D —
3 Cans f o r ....................
A P P L E S — S P IT Z —
Per Box .................................................................... 85C
M A R G A R IN E — A F F IL IA T E D B U Y E R S -
2 Pounds f o r ...................................................... “ 9 ^
C R A C K E R S — Dainty Soda W afers; Salted—
Per Box .....................
J E L L S B E S T — Gelatin D erert; an Oregon Pro
duct; best on the m arket; 3 pkgs. ...
2 5 <^
SA I.M O N — R O S E D A L E B R A N D —
Red M eat; 2 Cans for .................................. 4 5 C
PRU N ES— LA R G E , G LO SSY, LO CA L—
Per Pound ...................
C O F F E E — T IL L M A N ’S ; V A C U U M C A N S —
Per Pound ...................
S A L A D O IL— M A Z O L A —
Quart f o r ........................................................... 4 9 C
F IL B E R T S — L A R G E ; N EW C R O P ;
Local G row n ; Per Pound ........
Q U ILT P A T C H E S —
15 Y ard s for only.............................................. ."»DC
Eagle Creek Trading Co.
T H E B IG W H IT E S T O R E
E A G L E C R E E K , O REGO N
Buyers of Farm Produce and Sellers of High Quality Merchandise