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CLACKAMAS COUNTY NEWS, F R ID A Y , M A R C H 29, 1929
L. A . C H A P M A N
M O R T IC IA N
Cherryville, March 28.— (Special),
j Miss Cathurine Thayer, Oscar Thayer
and John Mitchell were down to the
| operetta at Sandy high school, also
Mr. and Mrs. James Ogden and Doro
Mrs. Carl Alt is improving and
! was out to see her sister, Mrs. J. W.
, Dixon, last week.
Miss Catharine Thayer entertained
the following at a lovely luncheon on
I Wednesday: Mrs. Elizabeth Shank,
Mrs. John Teuseher and Elmer, Mrs.
James Ogden and Dick, Mrs. Leonard
[ Howitt and Mrs. James Dixon.
Mr. and Mrs. James Ogden attend
ed the big Eastern Star meeting at
J. W. Dixon has purchased a hand
some new Willys-Knight tudor sedan
Mrs. August Bedenstein had five
stitches taken in, her face, but is get
ting along nicely since her automo
R. C. Murray is working for J.
Walter Creighton on the new state
garage at! Sandy.
Mrs. James Ogden entertained with
a party Thursday, in honor o f Dick's
fourth birthday. Several little friends
were present, including Johnnie
Theresa, Christine and Elmer Teu
seher, Joyce Ganger, Bobby Ganger.
Assisting the hostess were Mrs. Oren
and Mrs. Ralph Ganger, Mrs. Teu
seher and Mrs. James Dixon.
Patrick decorations were used. Brick
ice cream with shamrock center, cake
and sandwiches were served.
Calls attended day or night
Mortuary I. O. O. F. Bldg.
Telephone No. 21-51
S. G. SPITLER
Phone Sandy 321
Dr. W . W . Rhode.
O S T E O P A T H IC
P h y sicia n and S u rg e o n
S. E. Wooster
R eal E state L oan s, In su ran ce
FARM LOANS A SPECIALTY
Dr. M. M. Martindale
C H IR O P R A C T O R
o f Oregon City
P h y sicia n and S u rg a on
O ffice Hours 9 to b
O. D. EBY
A tt o r n e y
at L aw
General Practice Confidenti.]
O r e g o n C ity ,
O re g o n
D R . H. A . S C H N E ID E R
R EGINALD DENNY IN
A N E W CO M ED Y
“ The Night Bird,” which will be
the feature attraction at the Liberty
Theatre next Wednesday night, a
special show being given in co-oper
ation with a committee from the Odd
Fellows lodge o f Estacada, is the
most hilarious Reginald Denny com
edy seen yet— and that is saying a
lot about this great comedian’s pro
duction when you remember “ Good
Morning, Judge,” and a few others.
This is an entirely new story. It
is about a prize fighter and his pri
vate iife and how his manager in
sists that he indulge in a few night
excursions so that the public will
like him better and go to see him
Betsy Lee, a new discovery, has
the feminine lead and plays it with
the grace o f a veteran. She is very
beautiful. In fact there are three
beautiful girls in the cast as well as
hundreds o f the pick of Hollywood's
atmosphere players. The other two
girls are Corliss Palmer and Jocelyn
Lee. They add much to the general
air o f hilarity.
The photoplay, a fast moving story
of the prize ring and New York’s
night life, was adapted from a story
by Frederick and Fanny Hatton.
N O T E S F R O M UP T H E M O U N T A IN
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a local man take the honors. The I
prizes put up at the last meet were
the finest o f the season. The Cal
verly cup was given by Mr. and Mrs. j
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond E. Smith 1
were down to Sandy to attend the I
Women’s Club card party Thursday I
The next stretch of the electric
light and power line will be complet
ed as far as Zigzag as soon as possi- j
ble. L. O. Wing and S. B. Rowan I
have been digging holes for the poles
Special Low prices
BORING, March 28.— (Special).—
Mrs. Anna Ward, 65, was buried at
Sandy cemetery Saturday.
survived by her husband,
Ward. Mr. and Mrs. Ward moved
on a place two miles south o f Boring
three months ago from Eastern Ore
gon. Mrs. Ward passed from pneu
monia, following an attack o f the
flu. The Gates funeral directors of
Gresham were in charge o f the burial
Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Russell were
callers at the home of Mrs. J. M. C.
Miller in Sandy recently.
Mrs. O. W. Boring and Mrs. L. H.
Mallicoat have been busy drilling the
children for the Easter program at
the church next Sunday morning.
Charlie Young, his wife and three
children have moved from Gresham
into one of the Telford houses. Mr.
Young will be employed in the H. H.
Johnson wood camp.
A good crowd is expected to see
the Orient Campfire girls’ play at
the I. O. 0. F. hall here March 29.
There are 14 in the cast o f the play.
3 0 x 3 ‘/a ..................$ 5.25
30x3' o Jumbo ....
Attorneys at Law
6 per cent state school money to
loan on farms; General law prac
tice. Bank o f Oregon City Bldg
Cascade Chevrolet Co.
GENERAL REPAIRING AND
M ACH INE
FIN E C LO T H E S
A tto r n e y s
Practice in All Courts
First National Bank Bldg.
O r e g o n City
O re g o n
BULL RUN, March 28.— (Special)
— Alton Phelps survived riding the
I. O. O. F. goat at Sandy a week ago
Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Munz attended
the meeting o f the American Legion
at Gresham Tuesday night, Munz be
ing one o f the candidates. He was in
France 19 months. Mrs. Munz be
longs to the Auxiliary.
Dr. H. M. Kramer
D E N T IS T
O ffice hours 9 a. m. to 5 p. m.
Evenings by appointment
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SANDY OPERETTA PROVES
A SPLENDID SUCCESS
The Sandy Union high school Glee
Club operetta was a delightful aifair
Friday night. The setting was bril
liant, the music tuneful. Miss Edith
Shell, director, received many com
pliments over the success o f the oper
etta, and Dorothy Bruns, u 13-year-
old freshman, played the score with
splendid finish. The high school or
chestra played several numbers, di
rected by Mrs. Maud Holt, delighting
was at the piano. The receipts were
5110. At the close, Miss Shell was
presented with flowers by the mem
bers o f the Glee (Tub. Jaydene Nel
son was “ Cherry Blossom,” and sang
her part well; Clarence Eri pleased
as Kokcmn, owner o f a tea garden;
Ethel Irvin, the adoring lover of
Cherry Blossom, also did her part
well, as did the following in the lead
ing cast: Naomi Child, Harry Rad
ford. Henry Weisenfluh, Margaret
Peterson and Glenn Heaeock. The
geisha girls’ chorus was lovely, the
girls being very pretty in their color
ful costumes, and their singing was
The Americans visiting
Japan were also fine. Over 30 took
V IO L A
VIOLA, March 28.— (Special).—
The P. T. A. will meet at the church
Friday evening, March 28. There is
to be a play given by Grandpa Bul
ger and some children from Portland.
The refreshments will be free and
no admission charge will be made,
but the ladies have a fine quilt they
expect to sell that evening. Every
one is invited to come and enjoy a
John Randolph has been ill the
past week, but is now improving. J.
H. Sevier is also improving from an
eight-week siege o f flu.
Miss Claudia Stone spent the week
end with her mother, Mrs. C. B.
Stone, and Grandpa Hamilton and
She is attending
school in Portland.
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Graham and
their son, William Graham, made a
trip to Salem Sunday to visit with
their daughter and sister Janett.
Bob Mattoon, who is taking treat
ments at the Veterans' hospital in
Portland, spent the week end at his
Mrs. M. L. Sevier was a visitor
to Estacada Tuesday.
Mrs. Eldon Lankins spent a few
days last week with her sister, Mrs.
Emery Powers, and also visited with
her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Evanson
o f Redlands.
Bobby Orr, 5, o f Muncie. Ind., who
had his mother write a message to
King George, wishing for his recov
ery, has received a letter o f acknow
ledgement from the King.
To the Men of Estacada and Vicinity, we invite you to
make this your home for Good Clothes. Here you will
find the kind of good apparel carried in city stores. The
only difference is the $5.00 or more we save you on ac
count of our low rent and operating expense. The best,
evidence of this fact is shown by the many Portland men
who drive out to Gresham for their clothes.
Hart Schaffner & Marx Suits and Topcoats
$25 to «45
SUITS FOR HIGH SCH O O L B O Y S ............ $15 to
SUITS FOR YO U N G ER
B O Y S ............. $ 7.50 to $15
The correct spring shapes in
the latest pastel shades
$ 5 .0 0 to $ 10.00
Other hats for dress and work
$1.95 to $3.50
W e feature Douglas
Shoes. A ll the correct styles
for spring are on display
Ball Band Boots
Boss of the Road W ork Clothes
In addition to our complete line of Men’s W ear we
carry a large stock of
SHOES AND HOSIERY
FOR W O M E N A N D CHILDREN
at Popular Prices
........................ $ 1.45
Hart Schaffner & Marx
D. C. & E. C. LATOURETTE
3 0 x 3‘/2 Speedway Cord
for Men and Young Men
S ch u eb el, B eattie A M iller
BOB M A R C H B A N K
STU D E B AK ER
D E N T IS T
P h on e S andy 151
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Mrs. Harry Morton had an opera
tion on the thyroid gland last week
and is getting along nicely. Mr. ¡Hor
ton also had an operation not long
Now that the Jennings residence
is completed, Chin Jin How, the Jen
nings cook, will have many menus to
prepare in the country.
Mrs. E. Franzetti, of Rhododen
dron, was in Sandy recently.
Bull Run, March 28.— (Special).—
Charlie Calverly won a lovely $18
Mr. and Mrs. Oren Ganger, Mr.
The output o f electric washing ma
cup at the winter frolic at Swim on
and Mrs. Maplethorpe, Mr. and Mrs. March 17, in a ski race. Naturally chines has been doubled in the last
Coates, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Vaer-
it pleased the Mountain peole to have four years.
etti attended the Sandy Women's
Club card party at the I. O. O. F.
hall Thursday night.
The Bull Run community club has
invited the Sandy Women’s Club over
to their card party on April 6.
Mrs. Walter Helms is out o f the
hospital and is staying at the home
o f her mother, Mrs. Phillips, in the
city, until able to come home.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Vaeretti spent
Sunday evening at the Oren Ganger
home, playing “ 500.” Refreshment?
Little Betty Ann Sidell was very
sick the past week and came neat-
FEATU R IN G
having pneumonia, but is better.
Mrs. Alvin Klinger was very ill lust
week, from throat trouble which was
something like quinsy.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Wilkins and
Phyillis and Mr. and Mrs. Myrl Nel
son, o f Portland, all spent a day with
Mr. and Mrs. Oren Ganger last week
* W alter W . Gilbert, M.
CH ER R YVILLE
W O R K CLOTHES
A Complete Stock for the Working Man—
W ork S h irts.......................................................... 6 9 £
Leather-Faced G lo v e s ....................................... 4 5 <*