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CLACKAMAS COUNTY NEWS, FRIDAY, APRIL 12, 1929
AN OUTSIDE SALARY
Eagle Creek Grange
Plans for May Picnic
I* . B A R G A I N S . .
WELCH LEGHORN FARM
Certified Baby Chicks
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Murray and Joe Vaeretti consola
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tions. Refreshments were served.
villain! And it’s Tom Wilson, who
A number o f local high school pu portrays “ Handy Anderson.” who
Mrs. C. A. Norquist was recently
called to the city because o f her pil- attended a party at the home o f boasts a “ hooked” hand. Thrilling
brother huving a stroke, and Mr. Nor- , Edna Bramball, near Troutdale. They events follow, one of which is u race
GEORGE, April 11.— (Special).—
quist has had a badly infected hand. were Lucile Wilkins, Leona Light, between covered wagons over the flat
Rev. E. K. D. Hollensted preached his
Stanley, Lola, Victor and Curtis Ba desert, with smash ups and every
first sermon here in the church on
con, Virgil and Wallace Aschoff.
Silver King, Thompson’s
Three local ladies, Mrs. Joseph Va white horse, also should come in for a !
The school has a traveling library
Take a few dollars— or even one'dollar— out
eretti, Mrs. Elizabeth Munz and Mrs. share o f praise.
and anyone wishing books to read
Georgia Gunderson were all taken
of your salary every week, and put it into a
may get them.
A timber wolf killed by John Jär
into the Gresham Auxiliary American
savings account at this bank. In a few months
Mrs. Kisney is back in the neigh-
vi, o f Worthington, Ont., measured
Legion, March 26.
orhood and has purchased some lum
EAGLE CREEK, April 11.— (Spe
will have a bank account created en-
Jack Barnett has been busy at the
ber from Rath & Klinker's mill for cial).— The Grange May pieinic com
Bruns-Mclntyre logging camp.
He tip o f tail.
tirely from what would have been wasted or
improvements to be made on her mittee met Tuesday, April 2, at the
got out 700,000 feet last month.
carelessly spent money.
property at Log Cabin Park.
home o f William Sanders and made
It took the Chinese nearly 600
. Mrs. E. Dodd is staying home for a
Miss Dorothy Ruhl has gone to plans for the annual picnic, which
years through selective breeding to j
time now to look after her garden
Portland to work.
You can do it— you would have to live on less
will be held Saturday, May lk. The planting. Mrs. Scales has a girl from develop the first goldfish.
Mr. and Mrs. Babe White and fam committee chairmanships are: Mrs.
if your salary was cut. Try the plan o f pay
the city helping her at present.
ily, o f Viola, were guests of Mrs. Clara Hicinbotham, bazaar; Mrs. R.
Everyone hereabouts was pleased
yourself a salary at this bank. Bring in
White’s sister and family, Mr. and H. Miller, dinner; Sam Wilson, con
that Mrs. Blanche Lundy won an au
one dollar today and start. The rest will be
Mrs. C. A. Johnson, on Sunday.
cessions; Wm. Sanders, program; tomobile during the recent News con
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Mr. and Mrs. Maxwell, of Portland, Geo. Kitching, fifth member of the
test, and Mrs. Lundy has been walk
were out on their ranch over the committee, is in Eastern Oregon and
C H A R L E S P. J O H N S O N
ing on air so much she has hardly
may not be able to serve, in which needed the car.
Dentist, Extracting Specialist *
Miss Eva Dew is visiting a few case another member will be appoint
603 Med-Dental Bldg, 11th & *
Mrs. Miller, o f the News staff, had
days with her sister and family, Mr. ed to serve as chairman of the dance a poem published in the April issue
Beacon 6425 * I
and Mrs. George VVeiderhold.
Gas or nerve blocking Anesthesia *
o f the Troubadour, a California mag
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An elaborate program is being out azine.
lined and it is hoped to make this an
Raymond Murray is working at
W . L. W H E L D E N
Da te o f Play Cha ng ed
chanical department, and W. G. Dun
Inte rior D ec or atin g , Kalsom inin g
The community play, the date of can is keeping books for Smith.
P aint ing, Inside and ou t
COTTRELL, April 11.— ( Special). which was announced last week as
One of Mrs. Ralph Brown’s piano
Prices right, work guaranteed
T I M E S C H E D U L E — P O R T L A N D - E S T A C A D A STAGES
— The program at Cottrell P.-T. A., Friday, April 12, has been changed pupils appeared in a recital Sunday
Thursday night, was in charge o f Mr. to Saturday, April 13. The change in Portland, in the extra fine program
Time o f D ep ar tu re
* Sun da y
10:00 a. m. 2:00 p. m. 6:20
1 i :00 p. m.
and Mrs. Charles Wilkinson and O. was made in oider not to conflict given by Mr. and Mrs. Pozzi. Mrs.
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10:36 a. m. 2:35 p. m. 6:55
11:35 p. m.
Looney. The numbers included vocal with the high school operetta, be Brown was present at the recital.
10:50 a. m. 2 :50 p. m. 7 :05
11:60 p. m.
L. A. CHAPMAN
and ukulele duet by Dorothy and Vir fore the date o f the school program
Mr. and Mrs. N. L. Horr, Mrs. Ha
11:06 a. m. 3 :05 p. m. 7:25
12:06 a. m.
ginia Watkins; two songs by Mr. was changed.
zel Murray, Mrs. C. O. Duke, Martin
Lv. Eagle Creek 11:15 a. m. 3:15 p. m. 7:35
12:15 a. ni.
Lv. Cedar Brook 11:18 a. m. 3:1.8 p. m. 7 :38 p. ni. 12:18 a. m.
Looney; Clair Gullixson gave trom
Ryan and R. W. Mallery attended the
11:30 a. m. 3 :30 p. m. 7 :60 p. m. 12:30 a. m.
Mortuary I. O. O. F. Bldg.
bone numbers, with Miss Martha pluy and all ladies are urged to bring card party at Bull Run on Saturday
Telephone No. 21-61
Metzger at the piano. The Powell baskets, while the men are urged to night.
T im e o f Dep ar tu re
V S at urday (| Sun da y
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Lv. Estacada *6:15 a. m. 8:30 a.m . 4:30 p.m . 7:00 p.m . 8:15 p.m .
Valley P.-T. A. gave a short play. A bring plenty o f cash and bid ’em high
Miss Edith Shell was recovered suf
7:15 p. in. 8:30 p. m.
basket supper followed, Jim Matthews The program is sponsored by th< ficiently to take up her high school
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6:35 a. m. 8:55 a. m. 4:55 p. m. 7:25 p. m. 8:40 p. m.
auctioning the baskets, from which Eagle Creek P. T. A. There will b< classes Monday, tyiss Eunice Jons-
6:50 a.m . 9:10 a.m . 5:10 p .m . 7:35 p.m . 9:05 p.m .
S. G. S P 1 T L E R
a cafeteria lunch served to those wh< rud supplied all week for Miss Shell.
$26 was realized.
Lv. Clack’mas 7:00 a. m. 9:20 a. m. 5:20 p. m. 7:45 p. m. 9:10 p. m.
Ar. Portland 7:35 a. m. 9:55 a.m . 6:00 p. m. 8:30 p. m. 9:45 p.m.
Mrs. Dick Radford is seriously ill prefer that to a basket. It will b<
Daily E x c e p t Sunday.
U S un da y O n ly
V S at urd ay Only.
from a complication of liver and other held at the Wilburn hall.
Phone Sandy 321
A party o f young folks made inerr
troubles. Her daughter, Mrs. Luella
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Ross, of Lodi, Cal., has been sent for. at the home o f Tony Bullinger Fridaj
Mrs. Frances Jones (nee Frances
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Bates), former Cottrell girl, was a birthday. Ice cream and cake wa.
CEDAR DALE, April 11.— (Spe
Dr. W . W . Rhodes
week-end guest at the A. J. Ault served. Those present included Em cial).— Donald Winslow, who is
home, and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mar ma Schulz, Thelma Troupe, Roy Pat working at Kerr’s sawmill at Cottage
shall, Estacada, were dinner guests tison, Arthur Schulz, Kenneth Scliluz Grove, spent Sunday with his par
Sunday at Ault’s.
FOR IMMEDIATE DELIVERY
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Winslow.
nest Bullinger and Tony Bullinger.
Mrs. Lena Dailey called on Mrs.
Dick Rush began shearing sheei
From carefully culled heavy laying hens, mated to
N O T ES FROM UP THE M OUNTAIN
Walter Gorbett one day last week.
last week, but had to return home be
high record cockerels, 15c or $140 per 1000
Miss Viola Mallatt worked a coupie
O. J. Johnson was down from Rho cause o f the bad weather.
dodendron to attend the recent big
Mrs. Homer Glover has been suf
at Molalla last week.
Real Estate Loans, Insurance
legion meet held at Sandy.
fering for several days with neuriti:
A foot of snow at Brightwood Mon o f the right arm.
FARM LOANS A SPECIALTY
day! It looks like the birds may
Mrs. Clingingsmith, who has beer nestine, transacted business in Ore
gon City last Monday.
have to fly south again.
laid up for the last ten days or tw(
e e e e e e e e e e
H. C. Hyatt, new district forest weeks with a badly inflamed toe
ranger, and Mrs. Hyatt are getting called Dr. W. W. Gilbert yesterday ly purchased the place where the old
settled at the Zigzag station. Mr. and hail the nail taken off. She ha:- lames dance hall stands, is tearing
Dr. M. M. Martindale
down the hall and building a chicken
and Mrs. R. E. Smith, who were there felt some relief since then.
some five years are missed by their
H. D. Ford drove out from Port
o f Oregon City
| YOUTHS OXFORDS—
many friends but the Hyatts will also land Wednesday and spent the eve
receive a cordial reception.
ning with his brother, Emery Ford.
Extra good ; the p a ir .......
$ 2 .7 5
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Ford Jr., have parties, postoffice, living quarters
It pleases local mountain sports
| ALL W O O L BLAZERS AND SWEATERS—
fans that Thor Lief won a prize in moved into the Wilson home next rnd store building.
Mrs. John Laferty o f Lowell, who
Values up to $5, to go at..
$ 1 .0 0
the big British Columbia ski tourna dooT to Mrs. Ford’s father and moth
Walter W . Gilbert, M. D.
ment. Although Thor broke a ski er, Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Conner. A has been visiting her daughter, Mrs.
Physician and Surgaon
S .1 w
while jumping, he still came in fifth. van load o f furniture came out las Phil James, is now visiting another
O ffice Hours 9 to 6
Leif, Kaara Schefstadt, Martin Ahl- week from Oregon City to their new daughter, Mrs. Allard James, at Col
berg and H. Hvam were also en home and they are very comfortably-
Ellagonda Rebbein, former Eaglt M A N Y T H R I L L S P A C K E D IN
Mrs. Harry Morton drove down to
FRED TH OM PSO N’S W ESTERN
attend the Sandy Women’s club at Creek girl, was married in Portland
to Mr. Davenport.
the Scales home, Thursday.
O. D. EBY
One need not pine for thrills in
The new Scales summer home at from the eighth grade here with th< the latest Paramount picture star
Attornay at Law
Rhododendron is now completed and class of 1924 and until recently had ring Fred Thompson in “ The Pioneer
General Practice Confidential
ready for tourists, but the season been employed by Montgomery Ward Scout,” which opens at the Liberty
promises no early opening of summer & Company.
Friday night for a two days’ run.
Ed Johnson, Emery Ford, Kenneth
Some o f the most thrilling scenes
Troupe and Carl Rehberg, Sr., went
to be seen here for some time are in
smelt fishing Thursday, bringing
cluded in the Western picture, and
home the allotted amount.
to the star’s credit it must be said
that this offering is one o f the best
DR. H. A. SCHNEIDER
E AG LE CR E E K HEIGH TS
Western pictures shown here for
BULL RUN, April 11.— (Special)
William H uff and Mr. and Mrs. many moons.
Phone Sandy 151
— The Campfire Girls held their J Edwin Pearson and daughter Luellp
Local film fans will remember this
weekly meeting at the home o f Fern May o f Sandy called at the David star in “ Jesse James,” which ereatec
and Blanche Jadwin. New officers Huggins home Wednesday.
so much talk throughout the film
elected for six months were: Presi
Carl Rehberg, who has not missed world. This was also a Paramount
dent, Blanche Jadwin; vice-president, an opening baseball game in Portland picture and the producing firm
Schiaebel, Beattie A Millar
Lola Bacon; secretary, Olive Keali - 1 for seven years, attended the big spared no pains with T h om son 's
Attorneys at Law
second picture made for the con
her; treasurer. Fern Jadwin; scribe, game Tuesday.
Mrs. George Judd spent the week
loan on farms; General law prac- *
Fred Thompson, as predicted be
President, Eva Haneburg; vice-presi end visiting with her daughter, Mrs.
tice. Bank of Oregon City Bldg. *
fore, will soon mount the pinnacle
dent, Blanche Jadwin; secretary, Bea John Skanes o f Portland.
trice Galbruith; treasurer, Lola Ba
David Huggins visited at the home of popularity with young America,
con; scribe. Avis Rogers. Present at o f his daughter, Mrs. Earline Lin- and if the older folks fail to get a
kick out o f his pictures, there is
the meeting were the above, also Le- home o f Douglass Ridge, Sunday.
la Miller and Mrs. Ardelle Reace,
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hoffmeister something decidedly wrong with
D. C. A E. C. LATOURETTE
and family visited at the Ernest H off their constitution.
With “ The Pioneer Scout” the
Bull Run was delighted that Mrs. meister home Sunday.
in All Courta
Lundy won a car in the News con
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Smith o f Ea
Bull Run folks did their gle Creek visited Sunday night at the more, as there is one punch after
First National Bank Bldg.
another. The photography is also
“ stunt" to help out.
Oscar Judd home.
Mrs. Alvin Klinger is at The Dalles
a a e a a a a a a a
Earl Stevens is having 200 walnut striking— and the scenery! There is
for a week with her sister, Mrs. Mac- trees set out. Rehberg, Shultz and only one Golden West in the world,
key, recovering from her sore throat Eastman, who are experts, are doing and Paramount has succeeded in
catching a good sample of it in this
attack. The Mackeys, former Sandy the work.
Dr. H. M. Kramer
residents, are chiropractors at The
Eagle Creek Heigths is becoming coming attraction at the Liberty
quite an extensive walnut center.
Walter and Mrs. Helms are both More than one thousand trees have | Briefly the story concerns the days
O ffice hours 9 a. m. to 6 p. m.
home now, but Walter's eye still re been set out this spring. The sell when the pioneers ventured across
Evenings by appointment
quires treatment, every other day, in and conditions are exceptionally well
Office Phone 315
gold rush days or during the time j
adapted to nut growing.
when the West was first settled. O f
Mrs. Oren Ganger took little Bob
by, who was ill, to the Dixon home, , Mounting his bicycle, after frac- ] course they were beset by all kinds of •MimmmimiiMimiimimiiimmiimiiv
for a few days last week.
turing his skull in a fall, Henry En- hazards. Fre^ Thompson is a pion I
BOB MARCHBANK |
The Community Club card party don, o f Jackson, Miss., rode 7 miles . eer scout, whose business it is to !
Local Representative =
lead these sterling characters across 1
was held Saturday night. Mrs. Wm. to a physician, and will recover.
Coates and Mrs. Norquist were ap
It is during one o f these trips that
Nearly 100,000 former German sol
pointed hostesses. Only eight tables
played. Mr. Maplethorp and Mrs. Al diers have married women o f Alsace j he met Mary Baxter, daughter o f a
settler, and immediately fell in love I
ton Phelps won firsts; Mr*. Hazel and have become French citizens.