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OLACKAMAI COUNTY NKW í
F riday , oct . ia , rhi
CUKiUN S V ILLE
FOR THE WEEK END
HI-HO CRACKERS, Sunshine brand, pkg. ...
QUICK COOKING 100'
Toasted, 9-lb. sack
Fairy Soap, -
3 bars 14c
LOG CAHIN SYRUP, -
2-lb., 4-oz. can for ..
FOR QUICK ENERGY START THE DAY WITH
FRUIT AND VEGETABLE JUICES
We have a large stock at lowest prices.
Powdered Sugar 3 lbs. 25c
SAVE MONEY ON FLY SPRAY
Huy household and stock fly spray in bulk.
Bring your container.
HOUSEHOLD SPRAY, pint ......................... 19 <*
STOCK FLY SPRAY, quart
CHOICEST MEATS A T LOWEST PRICES
We sell only the highest quality meats and you
will find you can save money here.
Currinsville Mercantile Co.
J. C. Tunnell, Mgr.
Telephone Estacada 100-2
Portland were Sunday visitors at the
home o f Mr. and Mis. Matt Park.
County commissioners Kruse and
Mr .and Mrs. L. N. Valien have
Randall wei.e in Elwood recently in-
specting the rock crusher in opera sold their meat market at Cascade
Locks and have moved back to their
Mrs .Frances Eri spent the week
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Main and
end at her mothers home in Fort,
land She went to the stock show on daughter Patricia are living in the
Main house hene until he starts work
in Oregon City again.
The Safford family from Clacka
The missionary society met at the
mas have moved on the Westlund
place and the Barker family of East Stahlnecker home Wednesday. The
Oak Grove have moved on the W ar. president, Mrs. Lily Park presided
rick place .This makes seven more and the study book ‘‘ March o f
pupils in the Elwood school bringing Youth” was discussed.
the total number up to 15.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Snyder were
Miss Mar yVallen spent the week
end at the home o f her uncle Walter
Cox in Estacada caring for the Cox
children while Mr .and Mrs Cox weie
at the coast.
Mr. and Mas. Wm. Henderson of
The members of the ladies aid are
invited for an all day meeting and
pot luck dinner on Friday, October
10 at the home o f Mrs .Elsie Franks
Portland, 2854 S. E .Ankeny.
Geo. Currin who recently celebra-
brated his 91sit birthday is not so
well and is in bed most o f the time.
Mrs. George Douglas called on him
to wish him a happy birthday Mon
Mr. and Mrs .Ed Steinman o f Port
land were dinner guests at the R. M
Currin home Tuesday evening .Ed
said he had his usual luck and bag.
ged his deer in the Ochoco.
Mrs. Ray Hale and Mrs. Billie
Hale spent the past week in Portland
visiting relatives. Ray and Billie are
both working in Portland.
Mr. and Mrs Floyd Hale moved
to Estacada Saturday where they
have rented the Duus house.. Mrs.
Hale has organized a kindergarten
and will begin her duties next Mon
day .She was a teacher in the Esta
cada grade school for several years
before her marraige.
Henry Heiple completed his jury
duties last Pi ¡day .He was foreman
o f the grand jury.
Jerry Tooley has joined the many
boys and men from here who have
secured employment in Portland.
Mr .and Mrs. Barbee spent the
evening at the R. H. Currin home on
Mrs. Sara Hale spent Monday af
ternoon with Mrs. G. B. Linn and
Mrs .R. H. Currin.
The Past Noble Grands club will
hold their first regular meeting of
the year after a three months ad
journment at the home o f Mrs. Lou
ise Linn in Estacada on Monday .Oc
Mr. and Mrs. Earl McConnell en.
tertained at dinner all o f their chil.
di en and families including the new
grandson Ronald Francis McConnell.
Others who called during the day
were Mr .and Mrs._ Wm. McDermott.
Mr. and Mrs. Gifford McConnell,
Mr. and Mrs. Fay McConnell and
baby and Joe McDermott and Mrs
Millie McConnell all o f Portland.
Sunday evening with Stanley’s par bard attended the stock show Sat Mis. Rena Duncan and Mr. and Mr*.
ents Mi. and Mrs. John Fieken.
W. M. Wade all visited with Mr. and
The Skip a-week club will meet
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Lankins and
daughter Doris, Mrs. Harry Traylor, next Wednesday October 15 for an
1 day meeting.
Mrs. L. S. 'fenny and daughters Elva
and Eltna, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Leg-
Mr and Mrs. L. J. Palmatteer and
go and Mrs. Florence Hatch attend
ed the booster night prog: am put on Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Palmateer,
by tthe Springwater grange Tuesday
Mrs. L. S. Tenny visited Wednes
day at the Ray Miller home in Viola.
Paul Wyman and Clinton Warren
of Gladstone visited last Wednes
day with Mr. and Mrs .A. J. Wy
Mrs. Earl Lankins spent Wednes
day with her sister Mrs. Joe Var-
etti at Bull Run.
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Lindgren, Mr.
and Mus. Frank Egans, and daughter
Kathryn and Mr. and Mrs. J H. Car-
Ion and sons of Portland were Sun
day guests at the home o f Mr. and
Mrs .Earl Gunter.
Donald Cobb, and Martha 'Salz-
tvedel both former residents o f Gar.
field were married recently.
Mrs. Eaiil Gunter was shopping in
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Anders at
tend Pomona grange at Damascus
We are so n y to hear that Oliver
Perkins was taken to the Oregon
City hospital. He had a slight stroke
and was found by a neighbor, Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. Emest Duus went to
Beaverton Sunday to attend the fu-
ueral o f Mrs. Winona Jones the for
mer Winnie Perry ,the eldest daugh
ter o f the late Mr. and Mrs. Wm.
Perry. She leaves a little daughter
and husband and sister and brother.
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Baivin and chil
dren attended the stock show Wed
Mr. and Mrs. Robt. Prater o f Es.
tacada and Mr. and Mrs. Herb Lom-
Clyde Brown and family o f Port
land visited Sunday with his father
and brothers here.
Mr. and Mrs. Archie Greenlee aie
picking apples at Hood River and on
their return will occupy the Ross
Mrs. Frank Thomas visited a few
days last week in Portland with her
sister Mrs .Bert Hotz.
Mrs. Hal Gibson is feeling very
poorly. It has been hard on her with (
Mr. Gibson so ill and mailing so
many trips in to the Portland sani.
Mrs. Leslie Wallace has had more
Portland shoppers Wednesday.
than her share of grief lately Two
Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Garrison o f months ago she lost her fother and
Portland called at the Doyle and this week a beloved uncle, William
A. Gage, died at his home in Sheri
Jagmin homes Wednesday.
dan. With Mr. Wallace she attended
the funeral Tuesday.
T oo Late to Classify
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Thomas for-
FOR SALE. Cocker-springer span merly o f Chico, Calif., now living
iel pups. Carl Rehberg, Eagle Creek, at Boring visited Mrs. Hal Gibson on
Sunday. Mrs. Wallace is a great niece
Ore. Tel. 86-51.
o f Mr. Gibson.
Sergeant Meads seemed quite busy
along Deep Creek Sunday checking
up on illegal fishing. Seve:-al arrests
/AVINO HONEY j
TYUJt Coéécn flag! * )
” One picture It worth 10,000 words,” tayt an old Chinese proverb. What
return, then, In the form of travel dollars can be expected from distribu
tion of this and other Oregon color pictures?
Oregon received an enormous
amount of publicity from distribu
tion by Standard Oil Company of
California of more than 500,000
Copies ut this g l Hood pketogoaph
reproduced la Salural color.
Nationwide Interest In Mt. Hood,
Insuring additional travel to Oregon
during 1942 and the years to come,
Is Indicated by the fact that this
huge distribution was mads through
out 15 western states not only to
local residents, but also to travelers
from all parts of the nation. Addi
tional Indication of Interest in this
and other scenic objectives tn Ore
gon Is evidenced by the sale of hun
dreds of thousands of Stnndard
Oil photo albums, special picture
frames, and photo mailers for the
color pictures of the 1941 series.
• Collectors of the photographs
were further sold on the Idea of
visiting Mt. Hood by the descriptive
material underneath the picture,
which read in part:
>C/ tr/fliS /S
Straight BOURBON Whiskey
Next time you call for
a bottle, make it Goldr
Label. It’s got what it
takes when it comes to
( Csaupoav. I**-.
I H ere'*'an Idea"'that’* practical
for the new baby’* layette. Any
number o f item* can ba mads from
the fine, white doth la CottoS
Sugar or Flour Bags. Baby's clothes
should be comfortable and most of
all must be kept clean. Make them
o f soft material, easy to launder.
A few simple embroidery stitches
may be added, but are not at all
Other Cotton Bag Sewing ideas
are Illustrated in a free booklet.
Write to National Cotton Council.
Box 18, Memphis, or Textile Bags,
100 N. LaSalle S t, Chicago. *
^ Cari Arnold of Portland called at
the Earl Lankins home Surday.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Lankina and Mr*.
Harry Traylor spent Saturday even
ing at the Colton fair and enjoyed
the program given by the >oung Or
Mrs. Maude Miller o f Oanby spent (
the week end with her *Jter Mr?.
Mrs. L. S. Tenny had d in e r Mon
day with Mr. and Mrs. Peter Erick
Ordirti Ridge D>lra Refrigerator son at Springwater.
cooling system, good cold milk, but
Mr. and Mrs .Stanley Fieken and
ter aud «ream the whole year round
daughter Lonna Mae of Spray spent
"The sight of Mount Hood, tower
ing over the lower Willamette and
Columbia River valleys, Is stirring,
enthralling—pick your own adjeo-
tive and Hood will live up to It. Out
lined against an azure sky, this ma
jestic giant presents a never-forgot
ten spectacle. Located In the Mt.
Hood National Forest, the mountala
Is the dominant feature of more than
1,000,000 acres of scenic wonder
land. There are 2,500 miles of thrill
ing forest trails, 900 miles of forest
roads, leading to glaciers, lakes,
rivers and streams and flower-filled
Standard's eolor picture campaign
was of such magnitude that the en
tire Pacific Coast supply of the spe
cial type mat paper used in repro
ducing the photographs has been ex
hausted. The pictures can no longer
be obtained at Standard stations or
Standard Oil Company of California
offices, as they are now out of print
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NOTICE OF 1942 BUDGET ESTIMATE
In accordance with the provisions o f the “ Local Budget Law,” (Sections 69-1101.69-1115, Oregon
Code, 1930, as amended, notice is hereby given that the Budget Committee of Estacada, Oregon, has
prepared in compliance with the “ Local Budget Law" the following Budget Estimate for the period
front January 1, 1942 to June 30, 1942. All persons are hereby notified that on Tuesday, the 14th day
o f October, 1941 at 7:30 P. M. at the Council Room in the City Hall building, Estacada, Oiegon, the
following Budget Estimates for the ensuing six months ending June 30, 1942, for the City of Es
tacada, Oregon, may be discussed with the City Council and Budget Committee, the levying board
for the City of Estacada, Oregon, and any person subject to the proposed tax levies will be heard
in favor o f or against the pioposed tax levy or tax levies or any part thereof.
G en eral G o v e rn m e n t
Actual for Year Ending Dec. 31. Current year 1941 Fund - Classification
1938 I 1939 I 1940
| Actual fo r | Budget
Six monthsjTotal year|
360.00! 360.001 360.001
180.001 180<001 180;00¡
Est. for Period
Jan. 1, 1942 to
June 30, 1942
By office or Department
Rec°m er ................................
o ffic e supplie#.....................
Election Expense ................
Legal Notice«, advertising
League o f Oregon Cities ...
Bond premium, officers ....
P u b lic S a f e t y
Po'ice department ........... .............................'
Fire department ................................. -........ !
State Ind. Accident commission .............. !
Mrs. Han:y Traylor visited Sunday
with her daughter Mrs. Ke: neth PaL
mer in Portland.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Lankins and
daughter Doris, Mrs. Nora Lankins
and Mrs. Ellen Simmons and Gwen
dolyn Lankins called on Mr. and Mrs.
Ernie Fischer at Redland Sunday a f
Bi nice Miller and Leslie Hamilton
spent Sunday evening with Mr .and
Mrs .Albert McComb.
Mrs. Everett Osborne and daugh
ter of Estacada and Mr. and Mrs.
Victor Fieken and daughter o f Mills
City spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.
Sunday dinner guests o f Mrs. L.
S. Tenney were her parents Mr .and
Mn. J. A. Rhibley and M- .and Mrs.
Everett Shibley and family all of
Curt Sagner at Dee iast Sun-
i Mrs. Minnie Moore o f Portland
visited Monday at the Jake Ruff
home and had dinner.
E d u c a t io n
P u b lic W o r k s .
S t r e e t s , W a lk s , A ll e y s
'O v U J u U
U tilit ie s O p e r a t e d b y C it y
D e b t S e r v ic e
1 f»no 00
1 2 nnn no:
Totals ___________ _______________
E s t im a t e d C a s h B a la n ce s a n d
Dec. 31, 1941 ................
3353.5 4! 3479.9 > 3500.00
C la s s ifie d
S u m m a ry o f
Indebtedness aa o f Ju ne ^0, 1941
Bonds not past due
S u m m a r y of Budget E s t im a t e s of Expenditures, Receipts, snd Tsx Levies
Method of Estimating 1942 Tax Levy
Total estimated expenditures .............
Est. cash balance and receipts ...........
Bal. to be secured by tax ....................
Additional tax tbxt will not be paid ...
Est. tax levy 1st six months 1942 ......... 1 5053.15
Tot. 1st six mot. tax levy as estimated | 5053.15
T. - I
Approved Sept. 17, 1941 by the Budget Committee o f Estacada, Oregon.
G. P. Ross,
R. M. Wade,
Sen rotary o f Budget Committee
Chairman o f