Image provided by: Portland General Electric; Portland, OR.
About Clackamas County news. (Estacada, Or.) 1928-1957 | View Entire Issue (March 16, 1956)
Mrs. Mabel Jubb has a new Pierce of Redland school; 2nd,
Mrs. Teresa Roitz, aunt of
Vernon Ross attended job, baby sitting with a six- Sandra Moss; 3rd, Bonnie How
Ted Dernovek was buried The cast of the play to be two Rev.
days of the National Con weeks-old pedigreed cocker ell.
Tuesday in Portland Mrs P it On
Judges were Clifford Carry,
Roitz was a past member oi n e rd 1»’.' eig tp hav e heen b u rilv ference on Rural Health last puppy. A birthday gift to her Miss
Thelma Zern, of Eastham
week in Portland. The confer Mrs. Betty Carnes spent
so ck s for the Garfield Dorcas "sosiety.
in Oregon City; E A.
Garfield Grange nas \oer- j ; rt r' Gordm*« the ca«t two ence, held at the Mutlnom; h Monday from 12 to 3 p.m. on school
Woodworth, county school su
Hotel, was sponsored jointly the observation to w n .
(Too late for last week)
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Larson nathy Grange March 111 tor v c1' V*.
the American Medical As David Vestal is one of three perintendent; Amelia Hagen,
The Garfield Home Eco- left by plane Monday when visitation. March 17 we go to j Mr:. D cfco y PM -natc?-! by
Fisher and Vein Reynolds,
and the Oregon Rural
from Estacada at the Mr.
nomics met with Hattie Qualls' they were called by the seri- | Eagle Creek.
j hasn’t been circulating around
all teachers in Mt. Pleasant
Council, of which Mr. boys
Tuesday. A potiucK dinner ous illness of her father The Mr and Mrs. Dean Qualls | much lately, the new grand- Health
Ross is a member. Nearly 500 He will be there four days. school.
was enjoyed and as the sew- Marion Browns are taking and Julia spent a few days daughter has her undivided attended
this national conclave One hundred fifteen women |
ing chairman was absent, the care of the children ana tne with their parents, the Dewey ' attention these days.
Qualls and the Frank Chev- | The Garfield Dorcas Society which was planned to interest attended the Lampshade mak- ,
afternoon was spent embroid- ranch.
average American citizen. ing classes, held through the
1 met with Mrs. Flossie Carter the Last
Sunday night eighteen Viola home extension.
I on the regular day. She served young people
of Wesiminst T Daisy Tracy had the misfor
a delicious lunch arm proudly Fellowship visited
to skid on the icy road. I
| displayed the new fireplace of a similar group the
at Palatine tune
just recently installed.
Manor Presbyterian church on
had to be pulled out of the i
Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Ted the Lewis it Clark college and
in front of Levins. No I
Dernovek, Jr., gave a baby 1 campus in Portland. Mr. Ross ditch
shower for Mrs. Susan Abbott ! and Gilbert Shiblev provided Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Grady :
Dernovek in the American Le [ transportation. Six of the group have
a new electric j Rollie 5 Mil's
gion hall Saturday, March 3. were from Springwater, the pump installed
and now have water in
She received many nice gifts others from Eagle Creek.
house. They are coming
and a large attendance wished Winifred Shibley spent the t'ieir
along with their im- !
Radio & TV
her and the baby the best of weekend at the Chapel by the right
luck Hostesses were Norma ¡ sea at Nelscott, attending an provements.
Lee, Helen Christiansen, Mary officers’ planning conference PTA SPONSORS POSTER
Millard and Leila uordon.
of Westminster Fellowship of CONTEST TO ADVERTISE
Visiting at the Lou and Portland area presbytery. She
Kenneth Palmateers are Mr. returned Sunday night with a ANNUAL
Estacada PTA sponsored a
and Mrs. Bill Ruff of Odell, light ‘ tan” acquired from the poster
contest to advertise the
Ore, They plan on going with beach sunshine.
annual vaudeville for March
Ken to Springfield Wednes Among visitors at the grange 23.
The winners in the lower
dramatic program on March 7 division
Mrs. Hattie Hershberger and were Ivlr. and Mrs. Ed Shearer,
are: 1st, David Turner;
John visited with her brother Jr., of Sunnyside, with their grades)
and family. Mr. and Mrs. Rob two small daughters, and Mar
Upper division (7th,
e r t Sleight at Beaver Creek garet’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Kitching.
and 8th grades): 1st, Jean
Mrs. Larry Fortner’s moth Among others who attended
er had the misfortune to fall the show were Mr. and Mrs. i
and break her leg. She is in a Fred Millard with their daugh- ¡
walking cast at present.
ter. Nelbert, of Portland, who
had been visiting here for a
few days, and a friend of hers.
Mrs. Tom Bard of Forest
visited in Springwater
during the first part of last
The long awaited respite of week at the home of her sir er,
sunshine brought Springwater Mrs. Erma Tenny. Whil her'
farmers out into their fields she also visited another sister,
hours a day — every day
! with tractors and fertilizer Mrs. Elmer Dibble, her b >.e ,
Everet Shibley, and ita.1; old
Springwater Grange w ill see friends.
some added improvements in Del and Nita Gant have beca
its building in the near future,
many granges recently ' HY-D F& R & n g & Heading Co.
i ¡t was announced at the month visiting
been acting as a I
Y o u r b e s t b u y to d a y in hom e
ly meeting last Saturday. Wm.
of grange programs.
12 Mile Corner
Call MO 5-3732
Tucker has volunteered to re judge
Last Saturday the Gants vis- j
ited at the home of their |
c o m fo rt is m o d e rn , d e p e n d a b le oil h e a t as soon as weather permits. A daughter
and son-in-law, Rei-
second improvement will be tha and Don
the necessary lengthening of City, to attend
a party for
the brick chimney leading from small Carol Thomas
GRESHAM SEED & FEED CO.
PLUM BING, HEATING
and Mrs. Lyle Patterson
ESTACADA EVERY WEDNESDAY
water Grangers visited Garfield and Mr. their
Grange on Saturday night.
visited their moth
PHONE MOhawk 5-2186
Sunday was go-to-church Milwaukie,
Mrs. Erma Tenny, on Sun
SHEET M ETAL WORK
for Springwater er,
day. In the afternoon all drove
to Mulino to visit Mr. and Mrs.
M. K. Merritt, former resident
of this area.
A new member of the L. J.
OIL BURNERS - PUMPS - FURNACES
Frederick home is ‘‘Fred’s” i
younger brother, Howard, from '
Owatonna, Minn., who has been
PIPE VALVES AND FITTINGS
helping Fred in his house
painting work. Recently both
Fred and Howard, in succes
sion, have had pneumonia. As
soon as they are able to do so.
the two brothers will go to
eastern Oregon to take a job. i
When school is out this sum
mer the rest of the Frederick
family hope to move back to
Plumbing & Heating Co.
the same area, from which
they first came to Springwa
147 E. Powell
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Shearer
and family drove out from
Multnomah on Sunday to Visit
“Dad” Edward Shearer and al
so Mrs. Shearer’s sister, Mrs.
Everett Shibley and family.
Visiting Elmer Linn for a
few days is a boy from Oregon
City high school.
Mr and Mrs. Jack Akins and
small Kathy spent Sunday in
Portland visiting Mrs. Akins’
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy I The Social Security Administration calls our
Clackamas County News
Friday, March 16, 1956
cuts heating costs...
o ffe r s
drivi nçf !
and well prove that
you get more GO for your
dough in V Ford V-8
You get horsepower that makes horse sense
in Ford's new 225-h.p. V-8. The purpose
of this new horsepower is more torque . . .
more rotating power to turn the wheels of
your car. With more torque you get greater
response—quicker getaway, swifter passing
power. You’ll find it the silkiest, quietest
engine you ever commanded. You get top
performance for your kind of driving!
This new 225-h.p. Thundcrbird V-8 en
gine has a displacement of 312 cu. in.—
which makes it the biggest engine by far in
the low-price field. And it is available in al!
Fordomatic Fairlanes and Station Wagons.
Equally important, these new 225-h.p.
engines are rolling off of Ford’s production
line note So plan to see your Ford Dealer
soon. He’D be glad to show you why you
get more GO for your dough in a Ford V-8!
ESTACADA MOTORS, Inc.
Great TV, Ford Theatre, Station KPTV, Channel 27, Thursday, 9 :30 P. M.
The V i o |a Community
church has set another record
attendance of 61 over their
last week’s record of 57. It
looks as though they might
1 make that 70 by Easter.
Rev. D. Landon w ill be the
guest speaker this next S u n
day. Rev. Landon was the pas-
1 tor at the Redland churrh for
1 many years and was instru
mental in Rev. Renauds being
Thursday nite the choir and
orchestra will hold their prac
tice and Friday night the
adults and the string orches
tra will practice for the spe
cial numbers for Easter and
the coming Singspiration next
The Easter program for the
smaller children is w ell under
way and practice w ill be the
last two Saturdays of the
Last Surday evening Mr.
and Mrs. Bill Kirchem showed
some movies that they had
taken of the congregation
coming out of the church the
day of the Bennets' fortieth
wedding anniversary, and also
some of the film s taken at the
Community club of the anni
George Smith donated a
lovely framed copy of the Ten
Commandments to the Youth
Bernice Miller has been bit
ten by the cold bug and has
been dl for about ten days.
Timmy Garner is home
from the hospital where he
was confined with polio. He
seems to be getting along nice
attention to the fact that many fanners in the
low income bracket and ordinarily not re
quired to file income tax returns are failing
to meet an important requirement of the re
vised social security law that became effective
All farm operators, having a net profit of at
least $400.00 during 1955,
must file an income tax return
for social security purposes, even though there
may be no income tax liability. April 15 is the
deadline for filing income tax returns covering
the year 1955.
Farmers desiring specific information should
address the nearest Social Security Adminis-
tation District Office whose address is Pioneer
Post Office Building, Portland, Oregon.
Serving Eastern Clackamas
County Since 1911