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CLACKAMAS COUNTY NEW*
E S T A C A D A LOCALS
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wooster ol
Three Lynx were business and plea
sure visitors in Portland Monday.
Mrs. Edna Wilcox came from Sa;
lem and spent the week end with her
daughter Mrs. Harold Sarver and fa
Rev. and Mrs. J. F. Dunlop, Rev
and Mrs. Harold Shellhart and Mrs.
Mildred Buhlinger were in Estacadn
last Friday night to attend the birth
day party given by the Methodist
Sunday school and church. Both o f
these gentlemen were former pastor-
o f this church and Rev. Dunlop wa
the originator o f the birthday party
Earl Shibley came from Sisters
and spent the week ena with his fa
mily here and then went to Vaneou
ver where he is employed.
trell last Sun<*ay.
Morgan Feed & Grocery
e e v -,
You will greatly enjoy Ginger Ro
gers in !,er greav characterization
of "Kitty Foyle” at the Esta theatre
this Sunday, Monday and Tuesday
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Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Ahnert am'
family spent the week end at Sea
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Schroder and
side and Nctarts on the coast.
two children o f Dallas were guests
o f Mrs. Olive Mehl last Sunday.
Mrs. S. L. Campbell will give a
Lloyd Duncan arrived from Lo,
silver tea at her home in Eagle Creek
on Thursday, May 4th for the bene Angeles last week and is now employ
fit o f the O. E. S. International Tem ed in Portland-, ire visited his mo
ther Mrs. Rena Duncan his sister
Mrs. I. W. Tucker and other rela
Rev. Father J. J. Reedy accompan tives last Sunday.
ied by his mother was calling on old
A little son weighing 8 pounds was
friends in Estacada Monday after
born to Mr. and Mrs. Theo Conn of
noon. Father is now a chaplain in the
Lakeview on April 24 and the little*
army and is stationed at Ft. Stevens.
fellow has been named Trum an Wal.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Fifer o f Poit- ter. This last name was i* honor of
land were guest* at the home of the his grandfather Walter Lemon o f this
latter’ s mother Mrs. E. C. Standish i place. Mrs. Conn was formerly Mary
I Lemon and well known in this city.
Its three girls in a row for Her
Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Eshleman en
man Walters popular rural mail ear
tertained a party of friends at their
lier and based upon his experience
home Monday evening. Cards was the
with the mails for a number o f years
he declares that he wouldn’t trade
The auuction bridge club was enter his bunch o f girls for all the boys in
tained at the home o f Mrs. F. G. Rob- the world. The third young lady was
bom in the Portland sanitarium on
ley Wednesday afternoon.
April 25 has been named Marcy. Mrs.
Mrs. Elizabeth Allen will be host Walters is doing fine.
ess to Mountain Chapter cheer club
Mr. and Mi's. Hugh Profitt o f Ore-
Tuesday afternoon,, May 6 at the
home o f Miss Maude Sturgeon. This ton City were at the home o f the
meeting promises to be a most in atters parents Mr. and Mrs. C. E.
surfus and as Charlie was home
from the army camp on the same day
Mrs. F. G. Robley, Mrs. R. O. Reed it was quite a family reunion.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Ramsey and Mrs.
Mrs. Elsie Campbell Walter Smith
E. C. Standish were business visitors
Mr. and Mrs. Ruban Shackelford at the county seat last Friday.
and W. C. Scrutton attended an Eas
tern Star meeting at Multnomah on were renewing old acquaintances herd
The latest report from Geo Arm
strong who is ill in a Portland hos
Mr. i-nd Mrs. Harry Woods and
Mrs. W. C. Scrutton has been suf
pital is that he is slightly improver
fering with a bad cold for the past daughter of Salem were over Sun Mrs. Armstrong is still in Portland
rents Mr. and Mrs. V. K. Purcell.
Miss Eyelyn Yocum who teaches at
Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Foster has as
came home last Saturday to
dinner guests last Saturday the for
mers parents Mr. and Mrs. D. M. 12 in Portland to Mr. and Mis. Law tell her parents that it was her birth
day anniversary and to celebrate the
Foster, his sister Miss Nell Foster rence P. Gregar or Estacada.
event. She returned to Weston Sun
and Miss Rhoda Scott all of Portland
R. O. Reed and daughter Lois and day.
and D. M. Foster from California.
Mrs. Mae O. Reed went to Washougal,
Lloyd Yocum who is now employed
Mrs. Clyde Sehock and daughter Wash., last week end where they vis,
went to Portland Monday to meet her ¡ted friends and did a little fishing in a mill at Sandy and ia staying with
his mother at this place went to Cor
mother Mrs. Richard Davis who had on the side.
vallis to spend the week end last
been to Pasco, Wash, for a week vis
Te picturization o f the book “ Kitty Saturday with his family.
iting her daughter.
Foyle’’ which sold one million copier
Mrs. A. Sagner, Mrs. W. P. Sag-
Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Sagar were since the book appeared fiist a year
dinner guests with old time friends ago will be the offerng at the Esta ner and son and Mrs. Florence Car-
theatre Sunday, Monday and Tues son went to Yakima, Wash., Tuesday
at Albany last Sunday.
day. The picture stars Ginger Rogerr to see Mr. Sagner. Mr. and Mrs. W.
Mis. Olive Mehl returned f ron; with Dennis Morgan and James Craig E. Linn looked after the restaurant
Eugene where -he attended the stat« In Addition “ Greece Fights Back.” while they were away.
PTA meeting last Thursday night. and News. —Adv.
Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Sagner and
Mrs. II. E. Hughes who also attended
Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Wooster visited daughter Darlene were here fre.u
this met ting remained in Eugene for
for a few days with her son Dob and their niece Mi's. Gladys Smith at Cot Trail over the week end.
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Friday and Saturday, May 2 and 3
"G O L D E N
For Friday and Saturday, May 2nd
Miss Lois Nash operator at th
local telephone office was a busi
ness visitor in Portland a day or tw
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Pimm o f Port
land were guests o f Mr. and Mrs. J
G. Dayman last Sunday.
Plus Mary- Lee, Rufe Davis and June Storey in a gay musical com ed y
“ ’ B A R N Y A R D FO LLIES”
Sunday, Monday and Tuesday, May 4, 3 and 6
ODD F E L L O W -R E B E K A H
Ginger Rogers in
“ KITTY FOYLE”
The story o f a girl with a wide-open heart, a salty tongue and
a ribald imagination. One o f the greatest productions of the year.
Plus “ Greece Fights Back” and News.
C O U N T Y C O N V E N T IO N
The Clackamas county convention
o f Odd Fellows and Rebekahs will be
held at Molalla on Saturday, May
3rd. The Odd Fellows will hold an
all day session. The Rebekah meet
ing will convene in the afternoon at
1 o’clock. Retha Klggins, noble grand
of the Estacada lodge has been chos
en to give the response to the ad
dress of welcome and the local lodge
will take part in the activities o f the
afternoon program which will in
clude competition skits and stunt
among the various county lodges. A
large *:uendancc o f members o f both
the Estacada Rebekah and Odd Fel
low lodges is desired.
On Sunday May 4th the president
and grand master will be given are-
Mr. and Mrs Eddie Linn and baby ception at the Odd Fellow home in
were guests at the W. E. Linn home Portland and on May 5th the presi
dent will visit Industry lodge at
The Methodist choir last Sunday
had as a special number a duet by
Mrs. W. E. Linn and Mrs. J. Ruff. R E B E K A H V IS IT A T IO N A T
Mrs. Harold Widman o f Portland S A N D Y M A Y 8T H
school dining hall last Friday night.
Jane Withers in
Mr. and Mrs. Everet Osborne went
to Mill City last Sunday to visit thj
Wednesday and Thursday, May 7 and 8
Richard Dix, Kent Taylor and Edmund Lowe in
“ MEN A G A IN S T TH E S K Y "
50d mile an hour melodrama as an aviation ‘“ tramp” saves
secret ship with breakneck carnival trick.
Plus sport reel and
“ Information Please.”
Tw o W a y s
Keep your car in the garage,
look at once in a while.
a former resident o f this place at
U. S. M O R G A N , E ST A C A D A , ORE.
Sandy Rebekah lodge has extended
m A H OM E O W N E D STORE
PRICES R IGHT ¡É tended the birthday party at the high an invitation to Estacada Rebekah
lodge to attend a visitation at San
dy on Thursday night, May 8. There
will be initiation. All Estacada lodge
member« dssiring to >*o are requested
to contact the local Noble Grand at
once regarding transportation.
No.2. Bring your car to us for a thoro lubri
cation and ’’check-up.”
We will put your car in
smooth, economical run
ning order whereby you
will not only save gas and
oil but will also greatly
lengthen the life of your
Wise motorists take ad
vantage of our service reg
Estacada Methodist Church
Sunday school at 9:50 a.m.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Wade had a
Public worship at 11. Sermon sub
dinner guests last Sunday Mrs. Rena
Duncan and son Lloyd and Misses ject ‘“ A Midnight Surprise.”
Epworth league at 7 p. m.
Ruth Jennings and Shirley Tucker
Jane Withers comes to the Est.j
Deep Creek Dairy .—-Morning de
theatre ths Friday and Saturday in
livery o f cream and milk. Call Carl
the great drama of race tracks “ Gold
Kehherg, Tel. 86.61.
en Hoofs.” Second featurue on thq
double bill is a hilarious musical co
Sale Ladies Shoes at $ 1.0 0
medy “ Barnyard Follies.”
102 pairs ladles all white and black
The 35th wedding anniversary of patent leather shoes. Low, medium
Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Hayman was duly and high heels.
»tees 3% to 814
celebrated by them at the home of Regular price $2.45 to $4.98. While
their son Richard in Portland last they last, $1.00 a pair.
RAY MARTIN, Gresham,
Bob Cooke Motor Co.
“ THE WORLD MOVEMENT
WHICH IS NOW PREPARING
FOR THE RETURN OF CHRIST ’
S U N D A Y , M A Y 4TH
2c a pound
TUNNELL & SAUER
f Simple Neutalqi Y<7
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Gossett o f Por
land were among the out o f tow.^
people here last Saturday to attorn
the funeral o f B. R. Kimmel. Mr.
Kimmel was an uncle o f Mrs. Gossett.
Mrs. J. B. W’ eaver o f Portland wa
a visitor at the home o f her par«
ents Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Posson ovei
the week end.
Mrs. A. Adams who has been here
Come early for the lively song with her mother Mrs. B. R. Kimme
service at 7:15 p. m. Special musw for the past week returned to he
under direction o f Evangelist Bergh home in Portland Tuesday but ex>
pects to come back to Estacada soon
M O VIN G PICTURES OF Mrs. Hattie Baughman V* staying
TH E H O L Y LAND
with Mrs. Kimmel this week.
Lecture* only on S U N D A Y
, m m hes ^
Missionary Strever will give a lec
Mr. and Mrs. Clint Looney am'
ture on the Holy Land and show pic, Mr. and Mrs. J. Moss attended the
tuures he took while traveling there motor cycle races in Portland Sun
including the garden tomh where th< day.
Savior lay and Golgotha, place of
Mrs. Dora Meade was honored witl
a party last Saturday afternoon m
the home o f her daughter-in-law Mr
EVENINGS from and after L. D. Meade the occasion being he
| VEAL ROASTS, shoulder cuts, lb....................2 2 < *
J BREAST OF VEAL, lb.................................... 1 7 ^ P
f you never have had any
of these pains, be thank
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the joy out o f life.
If you have ever suffered,
as most of us have, from
headache, the next time
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PILLS. Y ou will find them
pleasant to take and unusu
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for Neuralgia, M u s c u l a r
Pains, Functional Menstrual
Pains and pain following
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8 ORBIS FLOUR, hardwheat, 49-lbs..............
ORANGE and GRAPEFRUIT JUICE, blended
Dr. M iles A nti-Pain Pills do
no* upset the stomach or leave
you with a dopey, drugged
At T oot Drug Store:
125 Tablets J1 M
25 Tablets 23«
No. 5 or 46-og. can ....................................... 1 8 ^
Case of 12 cans................... $2.10
N E W PEAS,
pounds............................................ 20c Ü
Choice Fre*h Fruit* and Vegetables, the Finest the
Market Affords at Lowest Price*
Estacada Meat Co.
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