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CLACKAMAS COUNTY NEWS, FRIDAY, MARCH 8, 192»
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Oregon City visited at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Cornier Sunday.
Friends from Portland called on
Mr. Kncisda Sunday.
Monday, Miss Young with the pu
pils o f the fifth, sixth, seventh and
eighth grades, listened to the inaug
uration address of President Hoover
at the home o f Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Mr. Cogswell went to Portland on
Tuesday after a load o f supplies for
Miss Madden acted as
clerk during his absence.
Saturday, March 9, at the local
grunge meeting, the county club
leader, LeRoy Wright of Oregon City
will be present and all children of
the community who wish to join a
club are asked to come to the grange
hall at 1 o ’clock and enroll, in order
to enter their exhibits ut the fair
O. D. Eby of Oregon City wil
speak at the Springwater church on
Sunday, March 10, at the regular
service hour, 11 o ’clock.
Mr. and Mrs. Shibley and daughtei
Elva visited with Mrs. Shibley's
brother, J. W. Marr, in Dodge, Sun
GARFIELD, March 7.— (Special).
— Mrs. F. H. Johanson was called
to Portland Monday on account of the
serious illness o f a nephew.
Miss Irina Salzwedel, who has been
working in Portland the past winter,
is visiting her parents this week.
Bieriton Vedder paid the Garfield
school a visit February 27, inspecting
the repair work being done to the
property. He commended the school
board for its timely action, as deter
ioration of the property was every
where in evidence.
Wm. C. Taylor, who has been doing
electrical work at Newberg, Ore., the
past several months, has been trans
ferred by the company to Gresham,
where he will be employed for somd
Mrs. L. E. Pinkley, mother o f Wm.
Pinkley, who has been ill for some
time, is much improved and is able
to be about again.
Mr. and Mrs. Eli View and Herbert
Hussock of Portland were Sunday
guests o f Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Bot- [
A. C. Van Houten succumbed to ]
the lure o f wealth and has started |
a ginseng lied on his ranch.
CEDAR DALE, March 7.— (Spe
Mrs. Spencer Lawshe and children
cial).— The community is pleased to
returned Wednesday from a week’s)
welcome the return o f the Harry
visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Welch family. Mr. Welch sold his
Gill, at Independence, Ore.
place to Mr. Mattison but neither the
Mr. De Fields, uncle of Wm.. Pink
seller or buyer were satisfied, so the
ley, lies ill in u Portland hospital.
Welcbjps, who spent the winter in Cal
“ How to Become a Christian” is 1
ifornia, moved back last week.
the subject o f the Christian Endea
Miss Edna Johnson, who is em
vor meeting next Sunday evening.
ployed by Montgomery Ward & com
Mrs. A. C. Van Houten will lead.
The Bible study will be led by the pany in Portland, spent a few days
last week at the home o f her paretns,
society’s president, Miss Mildred
Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Johnson.
Mr. and Mrs. W. Tweedy, who
have made their home here the past
four years, moved to California Sat
urday where Mr. Tweedy will take
over the management o f his son-in-
law’s fruit farm.
CURRINSVILLE, March 7.— (Spe-
Lewis James of Colton spent sev
cial).— Frank Halferty and family eral days with his brother here last
are visiting: the W. M. Wade family. | week.
While here he spaded the
Neil Taylor is sowing gray oats.
strawberry patch and around the
John Githens has sold completely, trees in the yard.
out o f seed oats and vetch.
Mr. and Mrs. H. Garness o f Canby
There is quite a demand for spring spent a couple of days last week at
grain. Anyone having any to sell the Delbert Fischer home. Mr. Gar
will do both themselves and neigh ness was getting out wood for his
bors a good turn by putting an ad in own use.
the local paper.
Mr. and Mrs. John Paveletz were
Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Owen and Vir guests at the Walter Gorbett home
ginia were visiting the Tunnells on 1 Sunday.
One o f C. D. Smith’s young cows
Mr. Franks are at work on their j died on the Orem place hill, after
new barn again. Fail Shibley, Geo. having been hooked.
Walter and J. C. Jones are helping. Mi-, and Mrs. Roy Farensworth of
build the barn.
Portland spent Sunday with Mrs. F.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Douglass and B. Melk.
Miss Bartell, the teacher o f school
Delbert Fischer has traded his 1928
district No. 50, were shopping in C u r-! Chevrolet truck in on a new six at
rinsville Tuesday evening.
Turners’ garage in Molalla.
The Ladies Aid met with Mrs. Les-1
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Orem, who
ter Hale Wednesday evening, where have been living in Molalla the past
they spent a pleasant afternoon.
few months, moved back here Mon
Have you some feeder hogs to sell? | day. They are living with Mrs
If so, advertise them next week, there Orem’s mother, Ella Mallott.
are plenty o f buyers.
S. F. Heiple has a very sick horse, j school teacher, spent the week end
Cleve Heiple is improving very fast I with relatives in Portland.
and is working part o f the time now. ,
EAG LE C R E E K HEIGH TS
W. Fuller is getting along I
as well as can be expected consid
EAGLE CREEK, March 7.— (Spe
ering her age, and says she would
cial).— Miss Mary Huggins left for
like to be at home instead o f the |
Tillamook Friday where she will stay
with her grandmother, Mrs. Mary Ev
erett, who is very ill with pneumonia.
Mrs. Ernest Hoffmeister and Opal
were Gresham visitors Wednesday.
Opal Hoffmeister started to school
again Monday, having been out some
SPRINGWATER, March 7.— (Spe time with infected tonsils.
cial).— Mrs. Everett Shibley and
The Eastman family huve moved to
baby daughter and Miss Elva Shib the Dr. King ranch. Mr. Eastman
ley called on Mr*. Moger Friday a f and his sons are cutting wood for
Saturday afternoon Mrs. Dr. King.
Duncan McDonald also visited with
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Stevens have
been making several improvements
Elmer Dibble left Monday for Los on their ranch as they intend to stay
Angeles to join his wife and daughter on it for a while this summer.
who have been visiting relatives there
Mrs. J. W. Huggins and family
since the first of the year.
called at the Earl Stevens home Sun
Mrs. George Perry visited with her day evening.
parents at Eldorado Sunday to help
The marriage o f Miss Mildred May
celebrate her father's birthday.
Huggins o f Eagle Creek and Wade F.
Mr. and Mrs. Duncon McDonald of Jenkins o f Tillamook, was solemnized
Whiteson, accompanied by Mr. and January 15 at the home o f Eugene
Mrs. S. B. Tobin from Mendimeont, Jenkins, Tillamook jeweler and father
Idaho, visited with Miss Madden here o f the groom. Rev. B. Ross Evans
over the weekend. With Mr. and Mrs. officiated at the ceremony, which was
H. F. Cogswell they went to Eagle attended by relatives and a few
Creek and were guests of Mr. and friends. Mr. And Mrs. Jenkins will
Mrs. Art Cogswell for the day.
continue to make their home in Tilla
Miss Edith DeMoy of Willamette mook, where Mr. Jenkins is associat
visited friends in Springwater Sunday ed with his father in a jewelry shop.
Mr. and Mrs. W. Richey were din
Mr. Califf and family o f Garfield ner guests at the home o f their
were Sunday visitors at the Walter daughter, Mrs. Ernest Hoffmeister,
John Moger from LaDee visited
Little Billie Hoffmeister had the
his parents here Sunday.
splint removed from his finger Mon
Mrs. Wiley Howell was hostess at day and is getting along fine.
a birthday dinner Sunday given in
Rose Huggins and Alice Witty vis
honor o f her daughter, Mrs. Melvin ited at the George Bell home Wednes
Keller and three members o f the day. Mr. Bell has been confined to
Keller family, John Keller and his his bed for some time with heart
sons Melvin and Bobby, whose birth trouble.
days all occurred during the week.
Try a Want Ad in tha News.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Woods of
ELWOOD, March 7.— (Special).—
Mr. and Mrs. Otis Vallen made a trip
to Portland Friday. While there they
visited Mrs. Vallen’s sister, Mrs. Ef-
Mrs. Dan Htahlneeker made a trip
up the highway to Mt. Hood last
week, meeting at the home of Mr.
Homer Wyatt and Wm. Wyatt, near
M. Park and U. N. Beckley made
a business trip to Oregon City and
Henry Cadonau was a visitor at
the J. E. Nelson Friday.
Guests at the M. Park home Sun
day were Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Har
is of Colton and Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Word has been received here that
Joe Powers, who was a resident of
Elwood for several years, died re-
ently at his home in Grand Ronde.
Henry Cadonau made a trip to
Scotts Mills with Louis Vallen Mon-
DOVER, March 8.— (Special).—
The Rose mill has been purchased by
rhe Alder Creek Lumber company.
It is not known yet just what the
,iew owners intend to do with it.
t here is a rumor that the mill will
i>e taken away; another that local
imber will be purchased and the mill
»perated. The consideration is said
_o have been $1000.
Mark Pagh bought the 700,000 feet
it' timber remaining on the Hart 40
tcre tract where Rose was logging
vhen he went into bankruptcy. He
las also purchased the donkey and
-xpects to begin logging operations
n this timber in a short while. Just
i o w he is cutting timber for Elmer
Pagh. Mark expects to run his mill
-intil fall, at least.
Earl Eckley of Portland has pur-
hased the 40 acres lying opposite
.he church from the Portland own-
rs. He expects to bring his wife
ind four children out within the
week. He is busy repairing the house
ind getting things in order. The fam-
ly plans to build during the sum
mer and fall. The property is a part
if the Andy Kitzmiller homestead.
Mrs. Viola Eckles Kordic was giv
en her contract for the coming school
. ear at a recent meeting o f the school
loard. This will make her third year
Congratulations are being extended
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Updegrave upon
ihe arrival o f a nine and one-fourth
pound boy, March 4. Dr. H. Adix
if Gresham was in attendance. The
nother and baby are being cared for
iy Mrs. Frank Banks.
Herbert Udell recently purchased
a new Chevrolet coach from an Ore
gon City firm. This really looks
quite suspicious for him and we will
not be surprised to hear of a Mrs.
Herbert any day.
Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Udell recently
entertained Mrs. Udell’s sister-in-law
and brother, Mrs. Dick Gibson and
Henry Gibson. In the afternoon they
all attended church, accompanied by
Mrs. Fred Baker and tiny son. It
was Rev. C. T. Cook’s first service
here since his injury.
| LIBERTY THEATRE j
Friday, M arch 8—
Lewis Stone and Mereeline Day in Peter B. Kyne’s sensational
newspaper story— •
When gangsters tried to muzzle the free press, they precipitated
the greatest battle of wits and crime :.n the history of the fourth
estate. Comedy, “ Watch the Birdie.”
“ FREEDOM OF THE PRESS”
Saturd ay Night ( o n l y ) M arch 9—
Ranger, the wonder dog, in
P L A N T I N G O F G A M E F I S H IN
OREGON STREAM S UNDER W A Y
The return of good weather has
enabled the hatchery department of
the State Game Commission to con
tinue its work of distributing fish to
the various streams o f Oregon. The
work of planting was held up for
more than three weeks on account of
bad weather. Tom Craig, in charge
o f the work of planting, is now busy
with the commission’s “ fish pullman”
taking six inch trout from the Roar
ing river and Delph Creek hatcher
ies. These are being planted in the
streams adjacent to the hatcheries,
and when the work is completed trout
will be taken from other stations.
All plantings are made o f trout six
inches or more in length.
“ FANGS OF THE WILD”
Trapped, helpless, sweeping on down the swirling rapids, to tho
falls— and death— . Comedy, “ Just the Type.”
S unda y and M ond ay , M arch 10 and 11 —
Fay Wray and Gary Cooper in
“ THE LEGION OF THE CONDEMNED”
It’s here, the daring drama of the air you’ve been waiting for—
the thrilling story of a desperates band of war flyers whose only
honorable discharge was a death certificate. Also Pathe News.
W e d n e sd a y Night only, M arch 13----
At last, the great comedy of American youth— Eddie Quillan
and Marian Nixon, in Booth Tarkington’s sparkling story—
Comedy, “ Playing Hookey.”
Thu rs day and Friday, M arch 14 and 15—
John Gilbert in
“ THE COSSACKS”
With Renee Adoree and Ernest Torrence. The thunder of gal-
loping hoofs runs through this great picture as the irresistible
Cossacks sweep on to a stirring climax. Comedy—
“ You’re Darned Tooting”
Antone Jerger recently bought a
team of horses at Gresham, to be
used in building road for the Ridge
Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Dittert enter
tained the Henry Perret family at
dinner Sunday and in the evening Mr.
and Mrs. Clarence Brown joined the
other guests for supper. Five hun
dred was played.
Mrs. Henry Johnson, o f the Mt.
Hood Hut, received news of her
mother having passed, recently.
Mrs. L. Lehnfield went to the city
Monday, to see a physician. Mr. and
Mrs. Christianson, her relatives, also
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Here and There
Chauncey Corham, o f London, had
Miss Ruth Kelvin arrested “ for in
sulting him on the street.” She was
released after the hearing.
Mrs. Elsie Durman, o f Baltimore,
was fined $50 for stealing a pair of
10 cent rubber gloves to protect her
hands while washing dishes.
Robert Battersby, coachman of
London, who died at 75, made 20 be
quests in his will, totalling $78,000.
Mrs. Kate Mayne, of Glasgow, got
a divorce because her husband re
fused to speak to her.
John G. Strelau, 101, o f Dubuque,
la., died when he fell in an attempt
to catch a toy balloon released by his
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