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CLACKAMAS COUNTY NEWS, FRIDAY, MARCH 29. 1929
S E RVI C E
EAGLE CREEK, Mar. 28.— (Spe
cial).— Mrs. W. F. Pattison returned
Monday from Portland where she
had been taking her pre-summer va
cation. While in Portland Mrs. Pat
tison was the house guest of Mrs. M.
Johnson, and also o f Mrs. C. C. Car
mack. She went to several “ talkies”
at the large show houses and reports
a delightful time.
C. C. Carmack expects to receive
500 White Leghorn baby chicks the
last of this week.
Mrs. Orlene Kellogg returned home
last week from Astoria where she
had been visiting her daughter, Mrs.
Fred Shannon, for several weeks.
Mrs. Emery Ford's mother, Mrs.
E. R. Johnson, and her sister, Mrs.
Fayette Davis, left last Friday morn
ing for Randle, Wash., where Mr.
Johnson resides, Mrs. Davis will visit
Mrs. Johnson until she is thoroughly
recovered from her serious illness.
Miss Evelyn Myers has been con
fined to her home under the care
o f a physician since Monday evening.
She is feeling much beter now and
expects to be attending school again
in a few days.
There will be an Easter program
at the church here Sunday evening.
Al l l a b o r c h a r g e d at
f l a t rat e
Bring your Ford here for the important jobs. We u»e
only genuine Ford parts and all labor is charged at a low
flat rate. You know in advance what the cost w ill be
Satisfaction guaranteed All mechanics specially trained
Ask about our Special $1 50 Inspection Service. It w ill
•ave you money.
BOB COOKE M OTOR
E stacada, O r e g o n
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P L A N T IN G FISH F R O M
DELPH CREEK PLANT
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Henson of
Sandy have sold their lovely home of
H» acres, located one mile east of
town on the highway, to August
Bartsch o f Bend, whose father-in-law,
John Bramhall, will live on the place.
Both Bartsch and Bramhall are for
mer local men. The Hensons will
probably locate at Hobo. They will
be greatly missed, as they have many
warm friends in Sandy. George
Beers made the deal.
. . . . for EASTER
Ladies’ Prep Silk Hose, all shades, $1.00
Men’s and Boys’ Oxfords in Tan and Black
at Reasonable Prices
Specials for March 30 - April 1:
Mrs. Gladys Graham and children
arrived from Seattle Tuesday to visit
for a week at the home of Mrs. Mar
garet Schock and with other relatives
Mrs. Johannah Lichthorn, who has
been here for some time at the
home o f her aunt, Mrs. Augusta Sag-
ner, left Monday to return to her
home in California.
W. E. Linn spent a few days in
Portland this week looking after bus
J. K. Ely is reported to be able to
sit up most o f the day now and is
gaining in weight. His many friends
will be pleased to hear this report
The city council took a trip into
the mountains last week to look up
a water supply for Estacada.
Mrs. W. E. Linn was an Estacada
visitor from Portland Thursday of
Grant Robley, who is attending O.
S. A. C. at Corvallis, is home this
week for the Easter vacation.
Frank Marshall o f Springwater was
a business visitor in Portland Satur
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Shearer of
Springwater district, were business
visitors to Portland Saturday.
CEDAR DALE, march 28.— (Spe
cial).— Mr. anil Mrs. Phil James arc
the parents o f a nine-pound baby
Kiri, born Monday, March 25. This
is Mr. and Mrs. James’ second child.
Guests at the P. E. Bonney home
Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. H. Good
win and Donald, Mr. and Mrs. F.
Foster o f Portland, Mr. and Mrs. Art
Bell and daughter and her husband
of OreKon City and Roy Garrett of
Mr. and Mrs. John I.afferty and
three children, Mr. and Mrs. Cleve
Laft'erty and children and Pete Laf
ferty, all o f Lowell, and Mr. and
Mrs. Allard James o f Colton visited
at the Phil James home over the
John Polevetz is planninK to buy a
five-acre place and house from Geo.
Welcome to our neigh
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Beck, Mrs
Omer Karney and son Delbert, were
guests at the Grant Heth home in
Williams, who has been
working in Mulino the last couple of
weeks,, is now staying at the Dick
and Cal Bell home.
SERV-US GINGER ALE; Three for 55 c; six for ....................... $ 1 . 0 5
S E R V -U S G R A P E J U IC E ; Pints; tw o fo r
R E D and
W H ITE
R I N S O ; L arg e; per p a ck a g e
S E R V -U S F R E S H
Per Pound ....................................
P R U N E S ; 2»/2s; two fo r
S C H L I T Z M A L T ; two f o r ...........................................................
$ 1 .2 3
CALUMET BAKING P O W D E R ; 1 pound tins .................................... 2 8 b
R E D and W H I T E R IP E O L IV E S ; 9 oz. Mission var.; tin
R E D and W H I T E Solid Pack T o m a to e s ; 2 V2*; 3 fo r
S E R V -U S S O L ID P A C K T o m a to e s ; 2*/2®; 3 fo r
S E R V -U S
PE E LE D
A PR IC O TS ;
21/2s; tw o for
S E R V -U S D A T E S ; 10-oz tins; per tin ....................................
S N O W D R I F T ; Fou r-pou n d can s; e a c h
MARASCHINO-PINEAPPLE LAYER CAKE; each
H. B. S N Y D E R
Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Johnson of
Cottage Grove visited relatives in
WHITE LEGHORN EGGS for hatch
this neighborhood Sunday.
ing, 6 cents each. Mrs. M. A.
John Evans has been doing farm
Johnson, Route 4, box 84, Boring;
work for W. S. Gorbett.
one-half mile east o f Eagle Creek
EAGLE CR E E K HEIGH TS
LOST— Washington license plate, No
210731. Finder Phone News o f
EAGLE CREEK HEIGHTS, Mar.
28.— (Special).— Miss Rose Huggins
has gone to Redlands to help her
sister, Mrs. Marion Hinkle, take care
of her two children who are quite
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Judd and son
from Gresham were visiting at the
home of his parents Sunday.
Alice Welty and Rose Huggins
were shopping in Estacadu one day
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Stevens re
turned to Linnton Monday, after
spending the week end on the farm.
Winnifred Huggins is able to at
tend school again after being out one
week with the flu and heart trouble.
“ R E D S K IN ” P IC T U R E
SAID T O A D D T O
SC R E E N H I S T O R Y
Miss Emma Thiele, recently
pointed assistant secretary o f
Metropolitan Life in New York, is
first woman to hold an executive
sition with that company. She
gan as a stenographer in 1904.
G O O D YEA R
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------- BOB SMITH
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Radium paint on fish hooks to make
them visible to fish in the ocean
depths will be used by a scientific ex-
I ploring party.
Needy schoolboys o f Santiago,
Chile, are given free haircuts by bar
ber college students o f that city.
1 Cascade Chevrolet
For seeing over the heads of
1 crowds at athletic meets and like
gatherings, a small individual peri
scope has been devised.
LO CA LS
Mrs. Clyde Saling and son Fred
from Corvallis were week end guests
at the Fred Bartholomew home.
B. O. Culver has been sick for the
past week at his home here and un
der the doctor’s care. He is reported
at this time to be somewhat improved
Mrs. R. C. Deming, daughter o f
Mrs. Mae Reed, is here this week
from Seattle, visiting her mother,
and other relatives, and friends.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Grabeel went
to the farm near Oswego Momlay to
look after the planting o f some fruit £
Miss Noble, domestic teacher in the
Estacada high school, is planning to
attend college next year ar.d will not
accept her present position again.
Saturday and Sunday quite a large
number o f people who own cottages
in Estacada Lake district, were here
to spend the week end.
A new chapter has been written
in the history o f motion picture. A
new wonder has been revealed. “ Red
skin,” the new Richard Dix epic of
the West, which will be shown at
the Liberty, Estacada, Sunday and
Monday, marks an amazingly won-
derfud step forward.
Beautiful scenic backgrounds are
revealed in all their true color and
beauty. The hills and valleys o f the
Indian color are reproduced for the
screen just as the eyes see them in
And the powerfully grip
ping story, true to Indian traditions
and customs, unfolds in this native
A master cast enacts this drama.
] Richard Dix, who made such a tre
mendous success o f his picturization
o f "The Vanishing American,” turns
his thoughts to the serious drama
again and records a new masterpiece
worthy of place with his previous en
Bob Smith’s Garage
Phone Sandy 41
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GARFIELD, March 28.— (Special)
— J. C. Moreland, in charge of Delph
Greek Hatchery, has been very busy
the past ten days, supervising the
movement o f Rainbow trout from the
hatchery to the mountain streams of
Clackamas county. Some three hun
dred thousand trout, averaging about
eight inches in length, have been lib
erated to date and the work will con
tinue until the million and a half
fish propagated at the hatchery the
past season, have been released.
Sandy river, Salmon river, Gordon
creek, Alder creek and Dodge Park
have been the favored locations, for
the planting of the sporty fish.
R. G. Palmateer had. the misfor
tune to lose five of his best sheep,
due to liver fluke, an ailment caused
by the drinking o f stagnant water.
Efforts are being made to check
further losses to his herd.
J. VV. Dillinger recently purchased
a team of horses and is now busy
plowing on the Lemon ranch, having
leased the place for the season.
Miss Avis Palmateer left Sunday
for Portland where sTie has accepted
a position as governess.
The Dorcas society, a benevolent
organization, held its regular monthly
meeting Thursday, March 21, at the
home of Mrs. VV. R. Reid. The an
nual election of officers was a part
o f the day’s program. Mrs. M. Boy-
lan, the society’s president the past
year, was re-elected, as were all the
officers. A bountiful turkey dinner
served by the hostess was much en
joyed by the twelve ladies present.
J. F. Reeher went to Portland Wed
nesday to consult a specialist regard
ing an eye, which has given him much
trouble the past year.