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CLACKAMAS COUNTY NEWS,
FRIDAY, MARCH 8, 1929
Mrs. R R. CooJMS’s father and
mother, Mr. and Mrs. McColum, were
PR O M P T ,
R E L I A B L E
S ER VICE
week end visitors at the Cooke home.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kist and chil
dren of Salem were guests at the |
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rd P h a e to n
H. C. Gohring home over the week [
(F .O B . D e tro it)
Miss Katherine McConnell has
gone to Bucoda, Wash., to remain
for some time at the home o f friends
where she will assist with house I
William Dale has been able to be
at his office again this week, after
a siege o f sickness, and was also able
Think o f us when you want your car oiled and
to attend to his duties as secretary:
greased. W e'll deliver the job on time and you
of the Masonic lodge Tuesday eve
w ill know that it has been done right. Correct
and thorough lubrication w ill save you many d ol
Wm. Kandle went to Portland
lars in the up-keep o f your car.
Wednesday to buy doors, windows
and other material for his cottage
COOKE MOTOR CO.
ut Gleneden beach. He will leave
E atacada, O re g o n
for the beach Saturday to commence
Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Allen are in
Estacada this week on account o f the
serious illness o f Mr. Allen’s mother,
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Mrs. Emma Allen.
Tuesday being the seventy-first
ern and Western Logging camp to
birthday anniversary of Milt Mar
shall, quite a large number o f neigh
Miss Anna Wicklund and Miss Ev-
bors and friends honored him with a
odia Hult of Portland, formerly of
surprise party. They carried most
this community, called on relatives
delicious “ eats” and at the conclu
COLTON, March 7.— (Special).— and friends here Sunday afternoon.
sion o f a pleasant evening, enjoyed
Mrs. Emma Stromgren passed away
the repast furnished.
at her home in North East Colton on
Mountain Chapter Cheer club held
March 2. She was 87 years old, her
a meeting Tuesday afternoon at the
husband, August, having died on Jan
Theo. Ahlberg home, with Mrs. Ahl-
SERV-US PURE STRAWBERRY PRESERVES; 47-oz„ each
5 9 tf
uary 11, this year. Mrs. Stromgreq
berg as hostess. The ladies are sew
had resided in Colton 57 years. She
EAGLE CREEK, March 7.— (Spe ing on garments for a little girl at
RED and WHITE FLOUR; 49-pound S a ck .............................. $ 1 . 8 7
is survived by two nephews, Conrad cia l).— Walter A ffolter and Miss the Masonic and Eastern Star home
and Alfred Johanson of California, Mary Ciaffoni o f Portland were mar- at Forest Grove. A social hour was
SERV-US MINCED CLAMS; Is, Tall; 2 for ................................. 4 7 C
und one niece, Mrs. Carl Stromgren ried Saturday afternoon, in Vancou also enjoyed, at which time the host
SERV-US MEDIUM GREEN ASPARAGUS TIPS; Is, sqr.; 2 for 6 5 C
ver, and Sunday were guests of the ess served tea and wafers.
Mrs. J. E. Nordling and Mrs. Earl bride’s family at a sumptuous wed
Miss Gertrude Fink, who had been
UNITY BROOMS; Each.................................................................
Druse were joint hostesses to the ding dinner. The young couple will absent from the postoffice for two
Ladies Aid o f the Colton Lutheran be located, after a few days on the weeks on account o f illness, was on
RED and WHITE BROOMS; Each .............................................
church, Friday, March 1, at the home Mount Hood Loop highway. For o duty again Monday morning.
SERV-US FRESH PRUNES; 2>/xs; 2 for ........................................3 9 b
few days Walter and his wife will
of Mrs. Nordling.
Mr. and Mrs. Lester Townsend,
Mrs. Susan Lundstrom died at her be at home with Mr. and Mrs. J. A f Mrs. Ray Keith and Mrs. O. E. Syron
SERV-US BARTLETT PEARS; 2V2s 2 f o r ............ ............
home in Newberg, Ore., February 27. folter where they will be pleased tc and Mr. and Mrs. Walter C. Scrutton
Mrs. Lundstrom is the mother of M. entertain their many friends.
SERV-US TOMATO SOUP; 2 f o r ...................................................... 1 7 b
Mrs. 0 . E. Culver and Mrs. G. R.
C. Lundstrom o f this community.
Mrs. Clingingsmith o f Eagle Creek Ellis attended a special Eastern Star
RED and WHITE COFFEE; Per lb.................................................... 4 2 b
Silver tea was held at the home of Trading company spent several dayr meeting at Sandy Saturday night.
Mrs. Alfred Swanson in East Colton in Portland last week as a guest of
After an illness o f several days,
LUX TOILET SOAP; 6 bars f o r ......................................................... 4 7 b
lust Thursday afternoon.
her niece and nephew, Mr. and Mrs Mrs. W. E. Buell has about recovered, j
Mr. Shriner’s class in art fibre Earl Furniss, and was the guest of
There was a business meeting o f |
SNOWDRIFT; 4-pound tins; each..............................................
9 1 .b
weaving met two evenings last week honor for dinners and parties.
the M. E. Ladies Aid at the home of
in the manual training room in the
SERV-US CAKE FLOUR; per package ......................................... 3 5 b
Mrs. Irving Smith Thursday after
high school. This class consists of a
QUAKER QUICK OATS; Per Package........................................... 2 5 b
number o f ladies and several men
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Hannah of
who have taken up cabinet making
Portland visited Mrs. Hannah’s moth
MARASCHINO-PINEAPPLE 3-Layer Cake; Saturday only; ea.
and they arc progressing nicely.
er at Estacada Sunday.
BULL RUN, March 7.— (Special)
Rev. and Mrs. Sakrinson were
The Women’s Foreign Missionary
— James Bell had dinner with the A. society o f Estacada will hold a meet
Portland visitors last Thursday.
OUR PRODUCE SPECIALS FOR THIS WEEK WILL CONSIST OF
We are glad to hear that Mrs. Ju W. Bells Saturday, and was an over ing at the home o f Mrs. J. F. Dunlop'
ORANGES, CARROTS and GRAPE FRUIT
lia Hill is improving at the home of night guest at the Will Bell home on Tuesday afternoon, March 12, at 2
her daughter, Mrs. Cordelia Barnes Sandyridge.
Mrs. Alvin Klinger, Mrs. Oren Gan
of Portland. Mrs. Hill is recovering
Miss Dorothy Watson was sick all
ger and Bobby were recent luncheon of last week with a very bad cold
from after effects o f the flu.
Homer Murphy left Saturday for guests at the home o f Mrs. James and unable to attend school.
the Eastern and Western Logging Ogden o f Cherryville.
Mrs. W. H. Grabeel’s father a n d :
camp. Homer is going to “ Flunky.”
Mr. and Mrs. Andy Hilsenkopf re mother and two sisters from Glad
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Johnson vis cently entertained Mrs. Oren Gangei stone and Portland were visitors at
ited with Miss Helen and Grandpa and Bobby, and Bob Moore, at din the Grabeel home Sunday where they
Becker Sunday afternoon. They also ner.
called at the M. C. Lundstrom homo
The Bull Run club had a splendid
to hid goodbye to Mrs. Swanson and meeting last week, Mrs. Joseph Vaer
Miss Swanson, mother and sister of etti being hostess at her pretty home.
Mrs. M. C. Lundstrom, who are leav A large crowd was present and the
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ing today for their home in Nebraska. ladies finished quilting a quilt. A 1
Alfred Danielson made a business pot luck dinner was served and al
KELSO, March 7.— (Special).—
trip to Oregon City Monday and was report a happy time.
R. Netzel was over from West Linn
Mrs. Hans Koch, Mayberry, was
accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. John
Sunday to see Henry Netzel at the
delightfully surprised last week with
Mrs. O. A. F'orsgren entertained a birthday party given by about thir
Miss Dorothy Nelson and Edgar
Mr. and Mrs. John Larson and ty friends. Refreshments were served
Hite were dinner guests at the home
daughter Elsie o f Cherry Grove, also and were a feature, and everyone had
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of Mr. and Mrs. L. McNulty Friday i
COTTRELL, March 7.— Special).! = We always buy what we have found by experience to be the best. E
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Swanson of a pleasant time.
night while on their way home from — Mr. and Mrs. Jess Hite had as din E Get our prices on chick grain and mashes, also we will refer you to E
Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Woodcock are
our successful raisers last year. Ask them about us.
ner guests recently the Harry Pratts, , E
Mr. ami Mrs. J. W. Swanson of putting a new basement under theii
It seems quite odd to have the o f Montana, Mrs. J. S. Hadley o f Se
North East Colton entertained Mr. residence near Bull Run.
BARTHOLOMEW & LAWRENCE
Kelso store closed Sundays, but Eri attle and Floyd Pratt o f Oregon City, j
and Mrs. Albert Bowen and Doris
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Eatacada, O re g o n
& Jonsrud think they get enough
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and Mr. and Mrs. Skidmore and sons
work in six days.
tained Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Judkins
Harold and David, at Sunday dinner.
Herbert Huck is now able to be ( and Mr. and Mrs. A. Radford and j
Mrs. Ira Ribmun of Olympia, Wn.,
taken for a ride every day. He was | children at dinner Sunday.
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is at the home o f her parents, Mr. I________________________
down eight weeks with influenza, and
A birthday party was given Sunday
and Mrs. Carl Stromgren o f North
still is very weak and nervous.
for G. S. Wilkinson at the home o f
East Colton. She came to attend the Frank Gregson has leased the Gresh
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Wilkinson, Mrs. I
am Fuel company business at Gresh
funeral o f Mrs. Emma Stromgren.
NEW S FROM UP TH E MOUNTAIN
R. B. Wilkinson helping to entertain.
The surprise party on Mr. and Mrs. am from J. H. Van Deusen.
Twentythree o f the Wilkinsons at
A party o f thirty friends held a
Peter Westherg last Saturday eve
Bob Paschall landed a bobcat up
tended the big “ feed.”
ning was well attended; over forty farewell party at the home of Mr. on Wild Cat creek last week.
of their friends came in and an en and Mrs. Howard Lake recently in
“ Dad” Ross, who owns the fine log
joyable evening was spent. The West- honor of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Miller, house at Cedarfir, took another sub FOR SALE— Pointer pups; $3.00
hergs are moving soon to White Sal who are moving from the Chase farm scription for The News last Friday.
each. Kinney & Lamberson place, i
to Eastern Oregon.
Henry Steiner, contractor, is get
opposite Garfield Grange Hall. 2t
Arthur Lundmark and Sterling
ting along fine with the new Jen
Try a Want Ad in the News.
Cassidy left Wednesday for the East
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nings residence near Cherryville.
Estacada, Ore. f
Welches was still snowed under a
few days ago, and the folks up there
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are wishing for summer to “ hurry
Lubrication of the New
Ford our specialty
are saving every day
By reason of our Chain Store buying arrangement.
You, too, can save on your Grocery bill by
trading at the Red & White Store.
Pioneer Resident of
Colton Passes Away
FOR M AR CH 9 - 1 1 ARE:
THE PEOPLES STOLE
I Cascade Chevrolet i
| Sandy Garage
H. PERRET, Proprietor
| Fairbanks-Morse Water Systems, Light Plants, Auto
Accessories and Service
| Buick Model E, 1924
J. W’ . Myers, superintendent o f
telephone construction, has been un
able to work his crew for some time
owing to too much snow.
Chin Jin How, the fine Chinese
| cook for Mr. and Mrs. Jennings, who
are building a lovely home near
| I Cherryville, is one of the latest sub-
I scribers to the News. Mrs. Lundy
secured Mr. How and a large number
| of other subs up the mountains.
Bear Creek Logging company is
building at the old ramp site, and
new cook house is now going up.
B A R G A IN S
§ Overland 75
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= Franklin, 1921 Model
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Mrs. Kate Mayne, o f Glasgow, got !
a divorce because her husband re
fused to speak to her.
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