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About Clackamas County news. (Estacada, Or.) 1928-1957 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 24, 1956)
Clackamas County News encuuiage the coming
great increase in
Friday, February 24, 1956 and income. This encourage
Special Speaker at Estacada Church of God Sunday
the ing and showing slides of his
Church of God Sunday morn work in Jamaica.
ment to locate here by large or
ing will be the Rev.
Leslie invited to attend these servi
small business would have to
Ratzlass, a returned mission ces and see
take the form o f adequate hou
ary from Jamaica,
British and hear Rev. Ratzlass
sing. schools, churches, retail
West Indies.. At the Sunday of his interesting experienc
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business houses, childrens activ
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evening service at 7;45 Rev. es of working with the peo
ités and cultural activities.
i natío wrrw rut xamouê mcpici famlv
L. J. ANDERSON, Editor and Publisher
Ratzlass will again be speak ple in the British West Indies
OP ANCIINT ¡TAL* J U t T H R ttI ftOUO
One thing Mr. Leonard could
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not know. That is the tremen- j
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Our City Government--Plan-
ning Commission, City Coun
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cil, Mayor,Recorder and other
Mrs. Margaret Westerberg
the past few months the same |
........................................... Mrs. Fern Whisler program outlined by Mr. Leon- |
Mrs. Joe Wiederhold ard, has been uppermost in the
minds of these men. They have j
................................................. Mrs. Ray Gordon realized that economic changes |
Mrs. Margaret Ross were coming, and to meet them,
city government changes were
......................................... Mrs. Lafaye Fouts
The revision o f old Ordin
ances, the addition of new ones,
CH AM BER OF CO M M ERCE PRAISED
the sudden necessity for a good
There should have been ten ! to our local problems now and adequate water and sewer sys
times more people at the City I in the years to come.
tems, the addition of sidewalks,
Cfox E a c c i d e n t s o c c u r b e t w e e n
had never curbings, streets, street lights,
t h e H O U R S O F ft 1 0 7 r m . t h a n i n
should have been a
‘ 'packed j been in Estacada before, but and the improvement of all city
A N Y O T H E R P E R IO O O F T H E PAY.'
'house.” The purpose o f this his appraisal o f our problems, departmente, has been discussed
meeting was to determine the the same ones we have been many o f these improvements
best possible form o f organi discussing for the
past six are already under way. The
zation for the people o f Esta months, was remarkable.
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need for additional revenue is
t u « A merican ». in *t* e »T E 0 in t m b » » « curit y
He spoke of our resources, apparent, but the methods of
WILL INVERT A «ART 0B TWEiR « V CHÊCK3 IN U t-tA V IM O M » M M . WUY NOT M
country could adopt to
im the possibility of
us having acquiring revenue is a difficult
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prove our community.
new manufacturers of wood problem.
The talk by Mr. Leonard of products and a great increase
The ground-work and plan lished. Their organization is
of in agricultural
production. ning, which has been organized past the preliminary stage and
Commerce, left no doubt
in His picture of
our progress by our officials will be most
the minds o f
those present was optimistic, providing we Chamber o f Commerce program in its program from years past,
are many problems which will
that an active organization of worked for this advancement of city improvements.
face our new Organization. Gui
everyone could be the answer and were ready to receive and
The Kiawanias Club is estab- dance and more "Man Power”
Stanford C. Ely of Oregon
will be furnished by the Esta City announced
cada Rod and Gun Club and that *-.a is a candidate for the
many other Organizations. It is Democratic nomination
Clackamas County Commis -
impossible to enumerate all sioner.
these, as it is to name each and
Born in Oregon City of pi
every man. The list would be oneer parents he is a lifelong
W e’d like to hook you with this one. It’s a 1348
resident of Clackamas county
it is important that represent
Buick fordor for o n l y ........................ $145.00
Experienced in county ad-
atives of our schools, churches,
ministraton having served
surrounding granges and com years as secretary to
munities, Logging and Lumber County Court during which
*FREE TRIP with this one. It’s a 1949 Mercury
ing Firms, Forrest Service, time he handled much of the
Game Commision, all occupa detail work coupled with the
fordor, radio, heater, overdrive. Only $295
tions and professions be incor construction of the
I have had people from all
His qualifications include
This bucket of bolts has been here for months.
over the United States working ten years as
It’s a ’39 Ford, but it’s a good one. Only $95.00
at my place. This is the one years in heavy construction,
comment they all make, "We countant as well as fourteen
have the nicest customers and j both contracting and super
friends come in here that I vision plus several years ir
W e’ve sold this one four times but so far, no
have ever seen.” I echo these bridge construction..
sentiments. The people of Esta
one has been able to drive it off the lot. It’s a
He has a long record
cada and those who travel thru
1949 Dodge pickup for o n ly ............... $395.00
are the best! These people, that I
is the towns people, their inter including the
ests and ideas will be the back
bone of the Chamber of Com and Pulp
At one time he
represented the A F. of M.
As Mr. Leonard mentioned | on the County Central Labor
various committees needed to Council.
organize and carry out a pro
1 FORD VICTORIA HARDTOP
gram, it was easy to pick from
A former Democratic Pre
just those present, qualified cinct Committeeman, he also
men for each project. With the j served as Secretary of
addition of those who will be in j Democratic Central
attendance March 8 and the j mittee of Clackamas County.
1 MERCURY MONTCLAIR HARDTOP
others to foil, the problems to
come can be solved
Bring in your old car and we’ ll finance
This Chamber o f Commerce j dustry is coming. Let us be
cannot succeed without the prepared and back the Estaca
difference with those long long low
wholehearted backing of every da Chamber of Commerce.
one in our community. It can
not help but succeed with the
united, unselfish, cooperative j
effort of all this available “ man i
This 1950 Chev. Station Wagon is especially
power” , finances and resources.
Ten years from now we will
good for icy roads. Won’t run during cold
look back, the work still not
w eather...................................... Only $695.00
done, but in contrast to some
By ï d « o M . M u ll. r
other communities, which were |
ESTACADA EVERY WEDNESDAY
not ready,we can see an ord- j If you too have been enjoying the !
erly and planned Estacada.
recent monthly religious telecasts of |
Buy this 1949 Ford six cylinder sedan as a late
Ready or not, people are the series “ His Way, His Word," you'll j
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Our Used Cars Go Rattle Rattle
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hear a word she says because of strange noises
in c a r .......................................... Only $795.00
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SPECIAL DISCOUNTS ON NEW
FORD PICKUPS THIS WEEK.
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a la r g e b u s in e s s
office the o t h e r
a f t e r n o o n I w as
a ttra cte d b y a
g o ld -le tte re d a x
io m m o u n t e d o n
the w a ll a t tr ib u t
e d to the F a t h e r
o f o u r C o u n try.
“ L e t u s r a ise a
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the w ise a n d h o n
est c a n re p a ir.**
M r . W a s h i n g t o n c o u ld s u r e s a y a
lot in a fe w w o rd s !
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percent on three year
A ll deposits insured to $10,000 by
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
parable will be televised on Sunday,
February 26, at 2:30 p.m. (E S T ), over
the NBC television network. “ Where
•ur treai ure i t . . . there will your heart
also," is the theme of this touching
episode. The drama tells the story of the
abandoned little girl who is placed in
the care of a childless, wealthy mer-
chant, who lavishes worldly luxuries
upon her but is upset when the child
does not respond as he would like. Later
in the story the merchant realizes that
affection cannot be bought — but must
be won by extending love instead,
i One of the many reasons we particu
larly enjoy this series is there are no
commercial or institutional messages to
mar the sincerity of the performance.
And, although sponsored by one of the
country’s largest industrial organiza
tions, The Goodyear Tire and Rubber
Company, the program is offered strictly
as a public service!
Ever stuff frankfurters? Makes a
delightful late snack without too much
! fussin. Split frankfurters lengthwise
but be careful not to cut all the unsy
through. Mix together % cup pickle
cup pasteurized process
cheese spread, and 1 teaspoon of pre
pared mustard. Spread a tablespoon of
this mixture in each split frankfurter
and wind a slice of bacon around each,
securing with toothpicks. Broil about 6
minutes, turn once. Served with a dish
ef baked beans — life seems very beau
tiful even at a late hour!
Evinrude Motors - Used Motors
♦Free trip is to Milwaukie across street from
STA TE POLICE station w’here we have our
warehouse lot. That’s where the car is. W e i l
take you over to see it.
ESTACADA FORD & MERCURY
Milwaukie IiVftse. Lot OL 4-781