Clackamas County news. (Estacada, Or.) 1928-1957, November 25, 1955, Page Page Five, Image 5

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Chuck and Bill sez:
WHOOP-DKE-DOO,
WHOOP-DEE-DOO,
WE'VE GOT A GOOD CAR
JUST FOR YOU.
1956
Broadway Theatre Presents
Enjoyable Programs This Week
Dodge News
FORD
CUSTOM
RANCHWAGON
USED AS A DEMONSTRATOR FOR JUST
A SHORT TIME. WILL MAKE A TERRIFIC
DEAL FOR SOME LUCKY PERSON.
52 MERC -
$998.00
R-H-OD
52 PONTIAC -
$998.00
R-H HYDRO
49 MERC - R-H - OD
$498.00
47 BUICK - R-H - SHARP
$228.00
49 DODGE PICKUP
$498.00
42 CHEV. TRUCK
$298.00
49 STUDE - R-H - OD
$298.00
& >lon*nrv
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Bill Sinclair
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Owners
Chuck Baker
MUTUAL OF
ENUMCLAW
HOM I OEHCI — IHUMCLAW, WASHINGTON
niCNblY
INSURANCE
m um
WE HAVE REVOLUTIONIZED
INSURANCE RATES!
Example: We‘11 write car liability insurance
| 10-20-5 for $12.50.
We‘11 write fire insurance on a city
home for $10,000, $48.00 for three years.
If you are an underage driver,don't
fail to see us.
Mr. and Mrs.
Slane
and
their four young sons, recent-
I ly of Boise, Idaho, have moved
I into the house that they pur-
Looking at the marquee of famous singing star practical­
I chased from the James Alts. the B R O A D W A Y THEATER ly overnight,
when at the
| The youngest boy, just one- we see, for Thanksgiving fare, height o f her career she is
yecr-old, was brought home a
combination
of
action stricken with polio. Through
1 from the hospital last Satur- packed pictures. The first, the help and courage of her
; day after spending a week
THE LOOTERS" is the story husband she again appears on
j there due to a case of pneu­ o f a plane crash on a lonely the stage singing finer than
monia.
mountain peak. The few sur­ she ever had before.
Emery K eller mashed his vivors discover that a large
Wednesday, Thursday, F ri­
index finger on his right hand money shipment had been part day and Saturday— an exciting
last Saturday while at work at of the cargo. The disposition of technicolor
African
jungle
Parks mill. In spite of the pain this expensive loot
causes picture
WEST OF Z A N Z I­
and
inconvenience,
Emery much conflict
between
the BAR". Ivory smuggling from
played his fiddle for the dance rescuing party and the four the coast entangles a visiting
at Dodge hall Saturday night. survivors o f the crash. The tribe. Adventure with thrill
Speaking of the dance, the cast is headed by Rory Cal­ after thrill takes you on ele­
small but very
enthusiastic houn, Julia Adams and Ray phant hunts, turtle fishing and
I crowd asked for another dance Danton. Second feature — A battling the w illful hippopot­
j to be held in two weeks, which I gay nautical
musical ‘ A N ­ amus. along with native tribal
w ill be Dec. 3rd.
CHORS
AW E IG H "
w i t h fun to challenge you from
Mrs. Wm. Conner who has Frank Sinatra. Kathryn G ray­ darkest Africa. C o -H it— Van
been suffering with a severe | son and Gene K elly It's filmed Johnson
and John Hodiak
coli since she and Mr. Conner in technicolor and features thrill you again with their e x ­
returned from their vacation the music of Jose Iturbi.
citing action in "B A TTLE -
in Nebraska, is feeling much
Sunday, Monday and Tues­ GRUND” . Some of the G.I.’s
better.
day— Glenn Ford and lovely who made history as the
Mr. and Mrs.
Bob Akins Eleanor Parker in the life Screaming Eagle squadron are
and little David were visitors story of Evelyn Lawrence, on their way to a rest camp
in the Conner home last Sun­ titled "INTERRUPTED M EL­
day.
O D Y". A ll about the young in Belgium. A World War II
Mrs. Wm. Wagner is stay- Australian girl who became a I masterpiece.
I ing in Portland for a time,
division at the Denver region­
I taking care o f three children TRANSFERRED TO
al office, as of Dec. 4
| while the parents are away on DENVER OFFICE
Just a few years ago, Mr.
! business.
V irgil R. Carrell, a former
Carrell was transferred from
The Miettunens had a family
district ranger in the Estacada
the Estacada office to Portland
gathering last Saturday night,
j At the L. W. Miettunen home Forest Service office has been as assistant to the regional
named
C
hief
of
timber
plan­
Forest
Service
Information
j were Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Reese
l and Duane of Molalla, Mr. and ning in Timber Management Chief.
Mrs. Ray Miettunen & Nancy
i of Yoder, Mr. and Mrs. Paul
| Miettunen and Mama of Os­
wego and Mrs. Wm. Miettunen
! the boys’ mother. During the
evening names were drawn
for Christmas, which is a
The Estacada City Planning Commission is undertaking
family custom each year.
John Fugle braved the ele- a detailed study of available business facilities in this area.
The
objectives
are to foster more of a "shop at home" atmos­
I ments last Saturday night to phere, to improve
business, and to understand more fully the
drive home from
Medford, , \i
"s and needs of the people served here. Estacada’s Plan­
where he is presently w ork­ ning Coir~-" ion is asking the citizens of this area (not just
ing, to spend the weekend i those with, .he city) to help by giving opinions on the mat­
ters listed
low. Please fill in and mail to the Estacada City
with his family,
Commission, Estacada, Oregon. Any comments, sug­
Christmas must not be far Planning
gérions. or complaints w ill be appreciated. It is not necessary
away us many loads of trees to sign your name.
have been seen leaving this
(1 ) I would like most to see the following improve­
area the past week. One won­
ments take place in Estacada.
ders just where all the tree-
( ) no change desired
(
)
new street lights
come from each year.
Ronnie Bryan has been tak- !
( ) sidewalks
ing advantage of the frozen I
( ) paved streets
ground to move his sawmill. |
Bill Carnes has not yet re­
Other
sumed work at his mill since '
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1 would like to see the following shopping facil­
( 2 )
the storm. Several loads of
ities added to those available in Estacada, or
gravel w ill be necessary to '
improved if present already.
make the road passable to the
mill.
The Robert Colvin family of
Portland,
workers
in
the
2 .
Dodge Sunday School, w ill
drive to Coeur d’Alene, Idaho
this weekend to
visit Mrs.
3.
Colvins parents whom they
(3) I trade in Estacada, except for the following:
(list
articles or items you usually go to some
have not seen for over two
other city to purchase).
years. In their absence, Mr
(4) If you shop mostly in other towns, give reasons
and Mrs. Bob Corbit, also of j
why you do not purchase more in Estacada,
Portland w ill assume the S. S.
outside of items not available here.
duties.
(5) What do you feel has been the outstanding ac­
complishment by the city during the past year.
An optimist is
( ) new water plant
Leander Lenz—
Bought two lifetime
( ) new street signs
Fountain pens.
YOUR PLANNING COMMISSION
ASKS FOR YOUR SUGGESTIONS
•
We can take care of you on the state
financial responsibility requirements.
KINGWELL AGENCY
LARRY BERENTZEN, Agent
Phone 24F-12
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The most successful folks
are those who do common
things uncommonly well.
Perhaps the best fire ex- j
tinguisher for flaming you th .
is age.
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Women drivers
Make their mark
When they're called
Upon to park.
(
) no outstanding accomplishment
Other ---------------------------------------------
(6)
(7)
A re you in favor of a new highway develop­
ment to enable heavv traffic to bypass the
schools.
( ) YES
( ) NO
List below any complaints you have against Es­
tacada as a town or the city administration. A ll
of these complaints w ill be investigated if at all
possible, and a public report made at a regular
Planning Commission meeting.
Meet Our Calendar of Local Activities
FROM
GRAY’S HARDWARE
A Happy Thanksgiving
CHRISTMAS IS FOUR WEEKS FROM SUNDAY!
We shall be happy to he Ip you with your Xmas
shopping problems!
You can simply overcome one problem by just
SHOPPING EARLY
at our store . Our Christmas stocks are arriving
daily-and if there is any item wc don't stock ,
you w ill find it advantageous to p'cce your order
through us. We can save you freight charges or
traveling expenses that you'll find if you don't
shop early!
As the fall season moves into
I winter, the whirl of social ac_
' tivities
gathers momentum;
and we of the News staff be­
come increasingly aware o f the
large number of organizations
which occupy the interests
and “ leisure” hours of our lo­
cal residents. We thought it
would be of interest to many of
you, especially you who are
new to our community, to see
a complete list of these groups
I and when and where they meet.
Just in case you had the idea
' that Estacada was a bit "dead".
: perhaps it is only because you
; haven't "joined up” , or gotten
into the swing o f local affairs.
Let’s look at what ‘g ’oes on”
here.
Civic Groups
‘ Estacada Citv Council
1st Thurs. p m.. City Hall
‘ Estacada Planning Commis­
sion
1st Mon., p.m.. City Hall
Estacada Volunteer Firemen
2nd Mon. p.m.. City Hall
Currinsville.Cazadero Firemen
2nd Thurs. p m , City Hall
Fpringwater-Dodge Fire As<m.
4th Mon. p m Spr. Grange
hall
‘ Ground Observer Corps
3rd Thurs p m.
‘ Eagle Creek Community Club
4th Fri. p.m. (exc. Nov-Dec)
•Dodgi Community Club
2nd Fri. p.m.
"Viola Commun y Club
I
1st Thurs. p m
i ‘ P.T.A. (Parent-Teacher»’
Assn
2nd 1*hurs.
I Eagle Creek Mothers’ Club
2»-d Thvr
■
loop
(at school)
Kiwanis
Tues, noon (w "kljri
' Kiwanis Exer
4 meeting
1st Mon. (no'
Veterans' Groups
American Legion (Carl Doug
las Unit)
1st Mon. p.m.
American Legion Auxiliary
1st Mon. p.m.
Veterans of Foreign Wars
1st Wed.
V.F W. Auxiliary
1st Wed.
Lodges
Masons
1st Tues. p m.
Eastern Star (M t Chapter
No. 108)
3rd Tues. 8 p.m.
Job's Daughter-s
2nd and 4th Mon. p.m.
Cheer Club of O E S.
3rd Tues. (afternoon)
Past Matrons of O.E.S.
2nd Fri. (afternoon)
I.O.O.F. (Odd Follows)
Tues. p.m. (w eekly)
Rebekahs
2nd and 4th Wed. p.m.
Theta Rho Girls’ Club
1st and 3rd Thurs. p.m.
Eagle Creek Grange
3rd Sat. p.m.
Ga-field G rarge
2nd Sat p.m.
Garfield Grange Home Ec club
1st Tues. (afternoon)
Harding Grange
1st Sat (davtim e)
Springwat'.-n Grange
2nd Sat. (daytim e)
Spr. Gr. Home Ec. Club
3rd W d (afternoon)
Spr. Gr Social Night
4th F r: p.rr
Clubs
’ F.' d -r’ G: , Club
Last Thurs. o f month p m.
Estacada Garden Club
1st Mon 1 30 p.m.
i7?.-,„r afl c i . / y
C lu b
1st Tue...
Garfield Dorcas Society
3rd Thurr. 1:30 p m.
‘ Dodge Home Extension Unit
1st Tues. (afternoon)
‘ Garfield Home Ext. Unit
4th Wed. (afternoon)
Clackamas County News
Estacada, Oregon
Page Five
Friday, November 25, 1955
Local Girls May Compete
For Rose Parade Crown
A week’s expense-paid vacation in Hollywood and a chance to
ride a spectacular float in the 1956 Tournament of Roses Parade
— that’s the opportunity offered to all single girls in this area
in a current contest for America’s "Queen of Liberty."
Finalists from various parts of the country will be flown to
Hollywood, view the Rose Parade and Rose Bowl football classic
on January 2, and enjoy a week's whirl in the film capital,
visiting movie studios and glamorous night spots.
They will compete for the "Queen of Liberty" crown on Jack
Bailey’s "Queen For A Day” show of December 29, broadcast
nationally over the Mutual radio network.
The winner will ride a lavish float in the nationally telecast
Rose Parade, accompanied by the “ Airman of the Year." selected
as the most outstanding member of the Air Force enlisted per­
sonnel. The Queen will also make numerous radio and tele­
vision appearances, receive a
«w n r-s M u H
complete new w a rd ro b e and
;
contest by ‘sending * an entry
blank, obtainable ii i lo ca l
g g ftis "' J E L «
grocery store, together with a
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photograph of herself to "Queen r .
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Keyed to the 1956 Rose Parade
theme. "Pages from the Ages,”
tile float on which the Queen
of Liberty”
represents
one of the most famous docu-
ments in history—the Constitu-
tion of the United State«
A spectacular
creation. 40
feet
long, 20 feet wide, and 17
feet high, it is dominated by a
soaring American eagle, with a
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M a rilyn Burtis, D arlene
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lavish flo at shown In '5 6 Rose Porode.
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HOLIDAY CORSAGES
'iow on display at
AMIES FLOWcR SHOP
GET YO UR S A T
75c and $1.00
Table Arrangements For Your
Thanksgiving Table
ROLLER
SKATING
At Gresham Is Loads of Fun
Tues., Thurs., Fri., Sat.
7:30 p.m. to 10:30 p.m.
S A T U R D A Y A N D S U N D A Y M A T IN E E
1:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.
EXTRA SESSIONS
During the Thanksgiving Holidays
Thursday and Friday Afternoons
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November 24 and 25
j
As a Christmas Gift, Roller Skates
from our stock of standard equip­
ment w ill delight any boy or girl.
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MAKE A DATE NOW TO SKATE AT
Gresham Skating
Rink
Fresh and Edith Flesher, new owners
611 E. Po%*dl Blvd.
MOhawk 5-5301