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Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Dunn
of Grove Road, Estacada. had
their daughters and son-in-law-
as visitors during
Mr. ami Mrs.
Jones of Salem and
Mrs. Alvin Tedish and children
o f Albany; Mr. and Mrs. Dar
rell Brown and children of The
Mr- and Mrs. Larry
and Donald Meade were Sun
day visitors at the Clinton Col
son and Ray Colson homes
Bonnie and Rhonda
lund of Portland were visitors
at th(. home of their
parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Kitching from Thurs. to Sun,
when the parents Mr. and Mrs
Also visiting at
grandparents home was Harold
Kitching of Portland for a few
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest
croft arc visiting relatives
Idaho this week.
A. J. Utt has a new
grandson born to his grandson
and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Donala
Paxton in Durango, Colo.
Ray Rickey and family
Portland were Sunday visitors
at the home of his parents,Mr.
and Mrs. J. C. Rickey, Sr.
Mr. and Mrs. Chet Blum of
Stayton were Sunday visitors
o f their cousins, Meta Kiggins
and Mr. and Mrs. Everett Kig
Mrs. Mattie Cahill of Seaside
spent several days at the home
o f Mr. and Mrs. Albert Kitch
Mrs. Wilma Tucker a former
Estacada resident s now
ployed as nurse
Hospital on Marquam hill
E ST A C A D A . O K E G O N .
F R ID A Y .
dent at the Porter school
sons, Eastern Star
About 75 were
Mrs. Mary Jeanne
substitute teacher at the grade
6th REBEKAHS OBSERVE
Sunday visitors at the home at the grade school ad was re school will take over the
of Mr. and Mrs. Hap
Dooley cently elected secretary of PTA grade permanently in place of
Mrs. Campynol who is going to
Wednesday evening member-
were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mor
row and their granddahghtc rs
The Schlue family recently add to her degree at Portland of Centennial Rybekah Lodge
enjoyed their regular meeting,
of Oswego ami the
sister of visited in Ellensburg,
Wash. State College.
and the Irish festivities
Morrow and her fam ily; also where they were guests of Mrs
The grade school band is busy were planned by the Good of
Mr. and Mrs. George Gibson of Schlues sister
con the Order chairman,Mabel Sin
Banks, uncle and aunt of Hap. Schlue and then went
on to rehearsing for the state
Othela, Wash. to visit a brother test that will be held at
bert Gsade School April 20
Officers unable to be present
Ann Godsey spent the week Lester Meacham.
were Lorraine Beisell,
end in Eugene at the home of
Mrs. Anna Underwood was lain; Lorraine Sagner, L. S. to
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Montgomery
Mr. and Mrs. Don
son Donne and daughter Sandy host' s at a St. Patricks party N.G., Opal Shelton, musician;
and their daughter..
o f Lebanon. Wash, are visiting Ft • . »roup of young people in and Geraldine Wallace, V. G.
Cards o f cheer were sent to
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Clayville Mrs. Baxters parents, Mr. and her home March 16.
members who were ill; Lorr
friends Mrs. Bud Collins
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Reed took aine and George Beisell, Mabel
Thursday to Sunday in Seattle.
Mrs. Walt Stroble stayed at the
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Stoe'.cer a trip to Rockaway last week Hughes, Opal Shelton and Mar
Clayville horn,- whie they were are the parents o a baby w, igh to visit Mrs Reeds brother in tha Myers.
law, John PuVogcl who is ill.
The Rebekah lodge planneu
ing 8 lbs.
Mrs. Reed reports the weather to help with the PTAentertain-
ment March 22.
Mr. and Mrs. Gary Ames are down there was good.
Mr. and Mrs. Allen
Carter visiting her parents Mr.
Announcement was read that
andNancy of Portland, were Mrs. Eldon Lankins, this w eek ., Cecil Cahill, graduate of Es the Fremont Haydens of Beav
Sat. and Sun. guests of his par Mr Ames is attending school in 1 tacada High School and son of erton would celebrate
ents Mr. and Mrs. Tom Carter. Corvallis and Mrs. Ames is
a Mrs. Ford Darrow. wil graduate Golden Wedding
with honors from U. of Honolu from 2 to 5 P.M. The Haydens
bank employee in that city.
Carol and Bob Lauderback.
lu. Mr. Cahill is one of the ten recently moved to Beaverton
Estacada, have Ten guests attended the birth- 1 top scholastic students to be el and have many friends here.
The Noble Grand announced
been tran-ferred to Boise. Ida day dinner t the Cliff Leonard ected to Phi Beta Kappa. Prior
ho. Mr. Lauderback
is with home this week in honor o f Mi to his graduation Mr. Cahil ser the lodge would celebrate for
ved 20 yeas in the U.S. Navy.
Easter April 10. Members are
to make Easter hats and wear
Stevie Haitwick, son of Mr.
them during the social hour in
James Keller, son of Mr. arm : EASTERN STAR TO
and Mrs. Glenn Hartwick, had Mrs. Guy Keller, has been con
INSTALL HERE MARCH 29 the evening.
his 4th birthday Friday. Nine fine to his home this week af-
Mountain Chapter Oreder of
guests attended the party in his te having a wisdom tooth t-x- Eustren Star, will hold its an served in the dining room by
honor and were
nual installation of officers at Lydia and Earl McConnell,Ma
cream, cake an punch ______ i
8 P.M. Friday, March 29 in the rilyn and Clifton Walter, ana
Kay and Buster Tunnell. The
Ray an Helen Smith, former- | Masonic temple at Estacada.
A very interesting program tables Were decorated in
Mrs. Mabel Anderson is suf ly o f Estacada an ministers of
fering from a broken toe
and the Christian Church, are the and refrehments will be servea Irish theme.
bruised foot due to dropping a grandparents of a new
grand at close of evening. This meet shamrock bearing the names of
heavy piece of wood on
her daughter. Kathleen Ann. Bob, i ing is open to the public and all Irish families and the families
foot last Monday. She has been son of the Smiths.is now teach are invited to attend.
were grouped at various tables.
Wm Sinclair read
in much pain but reports im ing voice at Lebanon.
on ‘Why we celebrate St. Pat
HOLD INITIATION ricks day.’
The members en
Bob Brown of NCC in Eogene
Job's Daughters held their joyed singing a number of Ir
Douglas and Jimmy Cahill of is the guest of Mr. and
meeting Monday eve. They in ish songs.
Roseburg have been
visiting Ralph Reed.
itiated Lynne Meyers as a new
their grandparents Mr. and Mrs.
Ethel Reed, daughter of Mr. member.
Ford Darrow and Mr- and Mrs.
A committe,' of Claudia Fifer, MRS. WALTER STONE
and Mrs. Ralph Reed,
HONORED WITH PARTY
graduating from Oregon School Judy Carlson,
are to see about new costumes
Students of 7th grade room,
Recent arrivals in Estacada o f Nursing, is planning to en
thelr Estacada Grade School, honor
are Mr. nd Mrs.
W, ter Multnomah School of Nurs- for all girls to wear at
meetings;their colors are white ed Mrs. Walter Stone with
Schlue, formerly of The Delies. | iny the 24tn of tnis month.
blouses and purple skirts.
party on her birthday
Their children are John, who j
Report was given
on the 14, after school in the cafeteia.
Mr. and Mrs. Dean Ralston of
attends high school and Linda
who is three. Mr.Schlue is field Minnesota, have recently pur drill the girls presented at the They were assisted by
in Estacada. pot luck supper and social eve. mother Mrs. Carl Westerberg
endinecer for Atkinson and Mrs I chased a home
Schlue is a substitute teacher i Their daughter Sharon is stu Friday for members of the Ma in serving refreshments.
SOCIETY and CLUB NEWS
News of Estacada
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find in books is like fire.
We fetch it
from our neighbor’s, kindle it at home,
communicate it to others, anti it becomes
the property of all.
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PAST MATRONS CLUB
AT CARTER HOME
Mrs. Alice Carter was host
ess for the Past Matrons Clcb
at her home Friday afternoon.
It being the birthday of Mrs.
Haughton made 2 cakes beauti-
I fully decorated
for her that
I were served for refreshmnts to
15 ladies present.
ladies did needle
j they sell.
| SUE CHAMBERS WEDS
DARRILL E. TERRY
Mi Corinne Sue Chambers,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. R.
Chambers of Cassviiie, Mo. be
came the bride of
Terry,son of Mr. and Mrs. M.E.
Terry o f Estacada at a 2 P.M.
cevemony March 16 in
Methodist Church with Rev.Vi
olet Bolliger officiating.
The bride w ore a light green
knit dress with white felt hat
and carried a white Bible with
cluster o f crimson cacti.
The church was lovely with
baskets of daffodills and for-
The groom just returned from
2 1-2 years with U. S. Air Force
in Japan. He atended U. of O.
before entering service.
The bride attended
west Missouri State
and is a dental nurse. They will
make their home in Savnnah,
| Ga., where he will be stationed
R o o m Tbr the w n o le c r o w d in F o rd 's
n ew 9 - p a s s e n g e r C o u n t r y S e d a n
(... they never seem to g e t
V - -
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T a ll people, short people, people of every size and deecription, '
kids, assorted dogs and baggage . . . Ford's 5 new glamour
wagons love them all. In big quantities. They’re built that way.
And speaking o f build . . . ell 5 of F ord s new wagons are
built around a new Inner Ford . . . a new "inner car" that
rides solid, silent, and more comfortably . . . the same “ inner
car” that enabled Ford to smash 458 national and international t
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Power? There's plenty o f that, too. A new Mileage Maker
Six or one o f the V -8 engines*—with a variety of horsepower to
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•Incltuling a Tliundcrbird 312 Super
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a 270-hp Thunderhird 312 Super V-8
Jobs Daughters held
Lynne Marie Meyers was initi
ated into the Order.
A invitation to
wood Bethel celebrate its 19th
birthday was read.
A thank you note from Del
and Nita Gant, worthy matron
and patron of
Star was read by Judy Watson,
honored queen, tnanlcing
girls for putting on their drill
at their friendship meeting on
A committee of Claudia Fifer,
Judy Carlson and Jeanine Hale
was appointed to buy blouses
for the drill team.
team is to meet after school on
Mondays and Wednesdays until
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