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About Estacada's Clackamas County news. (Estacada, Or.) 1957-1976 | View Entire Issue (April 26, 1957)
O LAO KAM AS
M EAT CUT FOR LOCKERS
Including Hauling, Butchering, Cooling, Cut-
tin, wrapped and delivered for 6c lb.
Pork 8c lb.
Cooling, cut, wrapped and delivered, 4c lb.
Phone Estacada 20R6
W e contract new homes, garages and all types
(B y V irg in ia H o rg er)
N otices h a ve been posted by
the cleric, Mrs. V irg iin ia H o r g
er, fo r Barton voters to v o te on
M a y 13 at the Barton school.
V o tin g w ill be to exceed th e 6
p ercent lim it. A ll o f C lack a
mas County w ill be v o tin g on
this day. P o lls open fro m 2P.
M . to 8 P.M.
Mrs. L W ym ore and Mrs. L.
B uxton o f P ortlan d spent Eas-
ted w eek en d w ith the B ill W y-
Mrs. E B om otti, Mrs. A .S eri
and Joe Stri spent Easter
the Jim B om otti home.
Mr. and Mrs. B ill W ym ore
B iT U M O A .
OHE G O S
I R ID A T.
STRICTl_y> BUS! NESS
attended the United Nations
Pilgrim age contest finals and
saw Miss Ann Harbert o f Es
tacada win 2nd prize Friday
at the IOOF hall
References supplied. Free Estimates gladly!
48 Crusaders for Christ at
Youth for ¡
Christ last Saturday eve.Sun
day at 5:45 A M. they gathered
at Barton church for their an
nual Easter Sunrise
9525 S.E. 78th St., Portland 22, Oregon
A fter singing
and testimonies Pauline Brist-
lin showed slides.
“ Plumline, w e ’re transferring you to o o o o
wa served in the church base-
i ment where tables were dec- L
orated in pink and green with
spring flowers. Leola Wright, the home of Mrs. Kenneth V a
Madilyn Eaden, Ronnie K a w lentine for their monthly busi Supt; Mrs. Frank Whitehead,
treas and Mrs.
amoto and Tom Mostul
was ness meeting.
clerk. These are
the committee in charge. This
H. L. Banks, Operator-Manager
Gary Gillett, youngest son of serve on year trms.
Saturday eve the
Crusaders Mr. and Mrs. John
Quality Shoe Repairing
Mrs. Minnie Forman
meet at the I riving
DeVere was hit by the glider on their
T ill drove to Maupin and re
NOW IN STOCK
home in Barton.
swing set and may have a bro turned home by way o f
Mr. and Mrs. John
Gillett ken nose.
Gary is under ob
and fam ily drove to Dalles to servation by a specialist. His Dalles S undav
1 spend the Easter holiday with nose was swollen but as Gary While in Maupin they visited
Mr. Gilletts fam ily
says dont hurt.'
Sumner and Browning Knox
April 30 the Ladies Prayei
Mr. and Mrs.
Joe Walker are now making their
and Bible Study w ill meet at I and girls spent Easter in Cor
with Mr. and
vallis visiting Mr. and
Mrs. Wright. The boys are
Carol and Betty ing 3rd and 4th grade
i enjoyed their annual
Easter ton school.
; egg hunt at the home of their
Mr. and Mrs.
drove to Corvallis Sunday and
Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Still were dinner
guests o f Mr.
attended the sunrise service at Odells niece and fam ily, Mr.
ceme and Mrs. E. F. Johhson.' Then
Mr. and Mrs. the Odells drove down to Eu
Hugh Wilson, Mrs. Stills par- gene and visited
csts came out to Barton from daughter, M r and Mrs.
Portland to have dinner with Bartholomew.
M A K E S T-H'E -O lF F E -R E fs IC E
them and ssee how the Stills
new house is going up.
As you gaze at this scene o f snow, ice, and leafless
Stills have hopes o f moving in
trees, your mind may skip ahead and picture green
grass, abundant foliage, and a rippling stream. The very
sometime in May.
thought brings happiness. Spring makes the difference.
(Mrs. Ronald Bryan)
Marvin Horger is the proud
owner o f a half ton Ford pick
Mrs. John Wolford’ and Mrs.
As grass, trees, and streams are fettered by winter, so
E. T. Caswell gave
>me lives are bound by doubt, unbelief, lack of faith, and
se ideas. W hen they come in contact with the Church, the
Barton church has elected shower for Mrs. Russell
ive o f God sets them free. They see new beauty in every-
new officers: Das Luft, moder Hugh at the
hing about them, and others see new beauty in their lives.
ator; Frank Robinson, deacon; home April 16. Mrs. McHugh
As spring brings all nature to new life, so God’s love
Mrs. Darrel Wright, deaconess; was form erly
makes human beings happier, gives them life more
Louis Coffin. Sunday School and lived in Dodge.
Supt; Mrs. Ken Eaden, Asst. her husband now live in Clack-
Beat the Summer rush! Large bedrooms built
for $19.85 per month if contracted now.
Call Portland PR 4-6592 or Write
CROWN HOME IM PROVEM ENT CO.
ESTACADA SHOE REPAIR SHOP
R. £ L. SHOES STORES, Inc.
Cowboy and Logger Boots, English Brogues,
] Spring Styles for Ladies, Children’s and Work
l Shoes for Men and Boys. - - SPECIAL! Join
I our family shoe club and get a pair free!
amas. 19 adults and 11 c h il
dren w e re present.Gam es w ere
played and m any lo v e ly gifts
was reecived. B ea u tifu ly decor
ated cak e and ice cream w ere
Mr. and Mrs R obert Conner
and D eb bie and M r. and Mrs.
Bob A k in s and
D avid w ere
Saturday visitors at the Wm.
Mr. and Mrs. W m .
and daughter w e re
w eeken d
visitors at the
A. T. V a ritz
O berg, Bobby, C arol and B il
ly from Seattle. C arol O b erg
spent her w e e k o f Easter v a
cation w ith the B ryans and the
w e re home fo r the weekend.
Mr. and Mrs.
John F u gle
w ere home fo r the weenend.
* Carol Sim m ons
church w ith Johnnie A n n W o l
ford. T h e Wm. Sim m ons fa m
ily plan m ovin g back to
Estacada area as
school is out.
Mr. and Mr. J. C. R eece o f
M olalla and th eir
tw o sons
Easter Sunday Church ser w e re Easter dinner guests at
vices drew a arge attendance the Law ren ce M iettunen home.
at the Dodge Community hall. E veryon e en joyed the ride up
Mr. Gorman Gray o f Milwau- the river.
kie delivered the sermon. It is
hoped that everone w ill attend
Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Bryan
and Debbie w ere Sunday din-
nei guests at the L yle Bryan
home in Eagle Creek.
guests were Mr. and Mrs.Robt.
IM PO R TA N T
That ive obtain a local
correspond-tr* for the
NEWS office EoUicada
p New Ceramic Tile Easily Installed j
t Today’s homeowner «an now install his own ceramic tile, thank*]
to a now line o f American-made tile and new adhesive which m ake*
the t ilin g Job
si mpl e, fast and
M a rk in g th *
first time Amer*.
ic a n -m a d e ce«|
ram ie tile ha*
been a v a ila b le
tio n , th e t ie #
tile is offered in
six colors, dawn
g re y , sunshine
y e llo w , s a g e
green, aquam a
beige and frosty (
pink. Black trim
pieces and black
cove base are al-
, » a V '«* .‘t B K
1 so available.
/ p - - ___!
Using a new
' government ap-
- * ‘
j the^new ceramic
......... possible for the
handyman — or
handywoman — to easily tile their kitchen, bath or powder room.
In three easy steps, the homeowner first applies the new adhesive
to any hard surface wall. The 414 by 414 inch tiles are then set
in place with special self-spacers insuring just the right space
between each tile. Any surplus adhesive is easily wiped off.
Once the tile has set, a special grout is applied with a trowel or
sponge. The excess grout is wiped off with a sponge or squeegee,
which forces the grout into the joints, making a tight, water-proof
surface. When this grout, a special combination of waterproof ce
ment, has set up, the joints are readily struck by running a tooth
brush handle between the tiles.
The result is a sparkling new ceramic-tiled kitchen, bath or
powder room that glistens with the lustre imparted only by real
ceramic tile and which will be easy to clean and will give years and
years o f service.
BARGAIN ROOM ONLY!
PfclCi-j IN TOY**'
JIFFY CAKE M IX
GINGFR BREAD M IX
Reg, 29c, 2 hr 3 § e
GRAPE CAN O ' POP, Reg 6 for 59c
1 2 £«as
Cas# of 48 $ 2 - 0 0
Piüskäry Creamy Fudge frosting
Reg, 37c, Now 2 for 3 9 c
fi ’W Ê î M M
Copyright 1957/ Keirter AdV? Service, Stra»burf,\Vâ. jy ggj
C L A Y V I L L E F U N E R CHAPEL
ESTACADA CHURCH OF GOD
en d M ain Btreete - “ The church where a Chri.tlan Experience makes you a member
Pastor James M o o «
ESTACADA FORD and MERCURY
REYNOLDS FOIL WRAP
Reg. 2>c, Oar Price j [ 9 c
FANCY LONG GRAIN RICE
Rag. 2 !bs. 13c, Mow 1 J c Lb.
LIM IT 10
TREND LIQUID SOAP
22 oz, Reg. 63c, NOW 3 9 c
3 lbs. 8 9 c
Your Marshall Wells Store
MILLER CHEVROLET SERVICE
TOMMY MAY COFFEE SHOP
and Sporting Goods
LIM IT 3
Mary Kitchen Roast Beef Hash
Reg. 39c, Now
LIM IT 10
1 0 Lb. Sag S!J GAR
ke§. $ L3 9 7 Olir Price
1 0 L L Bag Pillsbury FLOG!?
Rsg. $1.05, Oar Price 7 § c
Baker s CCCOAfiuT, Re;;. 8 az. 27c
Bulk I Lb, 2 Q c , 5 lbs. 7 5 c
All Leading Brands of FLOUR
2 5 Lbs. $ 1 ,7 9
5 0 ibs. $ 3 -8 9
1 0 0 ibs. 5 5 .8 9
Sliced CHOPPED PORK
Rea. 69c Lb. 0'jr Price 4 9 c