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About Clackamas County news. (Estacada, Or.) 1928-1957 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 25, 1955)
Clakcamas County News I where there's
Friday, November 25, 1955\a wayside.
Have moved from their former location on 3rd
Street, Estacada, adjacent to the Odd Fellows hall
to our new shop in
NORTH ESTACADA, Opposite COFFIELD MARKET
See us for rigging, wire rope, and all kinds of
reviewed fractions by cutting ; has been going along nicely I child and also their third son.
"pies” into pieces, then adding t Virgil Nelson has done the | Other children are David and
and subtracting them.
big job of putting on the ceil Wayne, aged 2 and 4 respec
Colombia, ing blocks in the entire build tively. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Wee-
Teacher, Mrs. Ball
South America by way of our ing. Carl Ronnow installed the man of Missoula. Montana are
We had hoped to finish our Social Studies books, and in furnace and Jess Whisler has the grandparents. Mrs. Wee-
before Art we are making 3.D tur spent many hours doing all man came Thursday to be
Thanksgiving, but the "cold" keys for Thanksgiving decor j kinds of work; also Tony Buhl with her family for a while.
vacation ended our hopes. ation.
inger, Lloyd Potter, Stewart
Woods, Sam Olmstead and
Thanksgiving when we finish
others have contributed work. El) LINN OBSERVES
Teacher, Mrs. Stone
Paul Shogren donated a 92ND U1RTHDAV
A new boy came to our
Of interest to our room at sign for the Church before he |
' room from Sandy
this time of Thanksgiving is left Springwater. The men i Ed Linn, Estacada’s *spry
t.inda Lacey moved away. the task of decorating the will erect it sometime in the . elder resident,
There are 24 in our family cafeteria. Those on the com future.
served his 92nd birthday on
mittee are Claudia Forrester,
Nov. 15. He made his daily
We are counting our bless Woody Moss, Joan Looney, STORK ARRIVALS
trip to the postoffice and re
ings in r e m embrtnee of Margaret Miller and Sarah
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Price ports receiving many good
Thanksgiving and we find we Jane Lightner.
are parents of a 6 lb. 14 oz. wishes in a shower of cards,
have much besides food, shel
The main parts of the body , son Douglas born Nov. 15 at and wishes to thank everyone
ter and clothing for which we | hold our interest in health. In- 11 u. m. in Emanuel hospital who remembered him with
are grateful. Happy Hollidays I dividual study of the different in Portland. This is their 3rd the cards.
to you all.
| cities of Italy is making us
appreciate the arts and the his-
! tory of a country that offers a
Mrs. McCombs, teacher
1 great culture.
Our room is decorated with
Decimals, adverbs, and con
November calendars and flags. junctions, occupy arithmetic
The science class is collecting and language periods.
seeds and feathers.
Art has us figure sketching
With several people absent and Reading has us increas
we find it hard to practice for ing our vocabulary, especially
our part in the program to be our speed and comprehension.
given for assembly on the
We hope everyone likes our
Thurs. Fri. Sat. November 24-25-26
decorating job in the cafeteria.
The “ Happy Times” reading
Holiday Special Program
class is starting to read in a
Mrs. Beckgren, teacher
RORY CALHOUN - JULIE
doors for your date” is a man
ADAMS in a suspense filled
Teacher, Mrs. Teeters # ner on dating that we are
Believe it or not we were studying in health. How well
happy to return to school aft these manners will be re
.. T O P S I N MOVIE MUSICALS*!»
er our unexpected holidays.
membered will tell in the
We have been interested in years to come.
learning about how the pil
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Memorizing different parts
grims really lived and worked. of the Constitution occupies
SINATRA GRAYSON KELLY
They didn’t build log cabins. social studies time, whereas
From M - G - M c o m i# * T EC H N IC O LO R !
W -3 U M»STT#KCf tC W -T
built sapling huts, decimals hold the floor in
round in shape and thatched Arithmetic.
with bark. The Swedish people
The “ Balance of Life” is
Sunday, Monday, Tuesday
made the first log houses in the main topic of science. Will
we ever be rid of the parts of
Max Klaetsch treated us all speech which seem to cling
to a wonderful surprise party. throughout our yars of educa
He knew about it but we tion?
didn’t. We had cake, ice
Literature has us noting
cream, punch and candy. It national and world news. It
was Maxs’ eighth birthday.
is easy o overlook news that
We are all looking forward does not concern us.
to being thankful for some
This week we lost Frances
nicer dinners than the pilgrims Henrich who has moved to
had. The turkey and venison Bend.
sound good but those cakes
and pies weren't as nice as
Wed., Thurs., Fri., Sat.
Nov 30, Dec 1-2-3
Thrilling African adventure plus that great picture
Grange elects officers
Mrs. Utt, teacher
At the meeting Saturday
We have a new boy in our
room, * John Kelly, who is night, the Grange elected the
from Wyoming, but more re following
In Gorgeous Action-filled Technicolor PLUS
Lloyd Potter: Overseer. Ora
cently from Ariel. Wn.
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We are about to master sub Gaylord: Lecturer, Edna Nel
traction, learning to carry son; Steward. Sam Wilson:
back or borrow, then check As ;istant
Burnett: Chaplain, Dora Clus
We will start working with ter; Treasurer, Mabel Tâcher
clay this week. The pieces will on: Secretary, Fred Bates;
- uom hdniuban -
be dried, fired in the school Gatekeeper, Tony Buhlinger;
kiln, glazed, then fired again. Ceres, Ruth Gaylord: Pomona.
We are studying about the Jean Shoupe; Flora. Marsha
Puritans and Pilgrims
Steward. Ethel Mae Burn' ?
landed in New England.
was Frank Tâcheron was appointe ’
pleasant but most of the pu- on 'bp Legislative committee-
o’ls are glad to be back in Virgil
F. ary Suter. executive coni-
• littee and Emma Buhlinge
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s the home ec. chairman.
NEWS from FIVE-2
Teacher. Mrs. Avcock
Those attending Bethel 54
achievement tests. We are inspection at Estacada Satur
wondering how we did in day afternoon from Eagle
Creek were Mrs. Whisler and
Jackie Johnson has just re h :ncv. Jean Barrett. Mrs.
turned after an absence of Ci rl Rornow and ICathv and
Mr Lloyd Potter r nd Karen.
Mrs. Dora Clester is report
In Language we are telling
stories of American Folk tales. ed quite ill at her home. He*-
Some of these stories are daughter, Mrs Wm. Gardner
about Paul Bunyon and The o? Salem is here to be with
Blue Ox. and others are about her.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Holbrook
were visiting last week at the
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George Baleys. They left Sun
day afternoon for a trip to
Teacher, Miss Campynol
This morning. Monday, we California.
challenged Mr. Jones’ room to Church Work Progressing
a spelling bee and we won.
Donna Xitching was the last j ladies of the community met
person up. We're also learn- i with some of the men at the
ing the parts of speech, so that new church to decide what
we can diagram sentences.
( kind ol wood to use for the in
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In Arithmetic last week, we side work in the church. Work j
a will there's i
Prompt repair of Chain Saws
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