Estacada's Clackamas County news. (Estacada, Or.) 1957-1976, May 31, 1957, Page 5, Image 5

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    C L A C K A M A S O O C N T Ï NEK'S, L S T AC AD A, O K E U O N . F B ID A T , M A T S I, I M I
CURRINSVILLE
BUILDING CONTRACTOR
W e contract new homes, garages and all types
of remodelling.
Beat the Summer rush! Large bedrooms built
for $19.85 per month if contracted now.
References supplied.
Free Estimates gladly!
Call Portland PR 4-6592 or Write
ESTACADA SHOE REPAIR SHOP
CROWN HOME IMPROVEMENT CO.
R. & L. SHOES STORES, inc.
9525 S.E. 78th St., Portland 22, Oregon
MEAT 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.
CHU c u m CHUCK Repeats
Harold Middleton
Phone Estacada 20R6
KEEP
YOUR
EYES
ON
5
The Earl McConnells are now
Emphasis this
year
w ill 1957.
Ralph Markwart who
happily settled in their
new again be on enforcement,cen­
Lloyd H. Ewalt, Chairman chased the Ray Curry res:
home in Estacada.
on Shafford street, has i.
Board o f Directors
tering around the campaign’s
(N ellie Currin)
M ary Eshelman entertained central theme: reduction
into the house after m
o f ATTE ST:
Ray Lucich sold his ranch a her bridge club Thursday.
some changes about the p.
violations associated with e x ­
James W Smith,
couple o f weeks ago to Harry
cessive speed, speed too fast
District Clerk.
Barnard of Portland, Cadilac ‘SLOW DOW N AND
for conditions, improper pass­
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Thon
distributor. The Henry Heip-
L IV E ’ SAYS HOLMES ing, follow ing too closely and
have moved from down t
’ les also sold a small parcel o f
Governor Robert D. Holmes failure to yield right o f way.
TRY A NEWS WANT AD. to a residence on North Ct
land to him.
I today urged state-wide
sup-
Oregon’s program is headed
Street.
THEY GET RESULTS
.................
I port for the ‘Slow Down And by the state
traffic
safety
Spending the evening at the L iv e ’ traffic safety campaign commission, an agency com­
l home o f Mrs. Currin Sunday' which
■ • - - begins Memorial Day, posed of
nine departments
w ere Mr. and Mrs. Dave Eshel­ and said the state’s goal w ill with responsibilities in
the
man, r. and Mr and Mrs, Earl be tokeep traffic deaths below j safety field.
; McConnell and Mrs. Florence 100 during the
next t h r e e ------------------------
I Gohring.
months.
FARM PRICES GO UP
..If w e can achieve this goal
EXCEPT IN OREGON
H. L. Banks, Operator-Manager
he said, .‘w e w ill
be
doing
Prices paid Oregon farmers
Don Fowler, manager o f the something w e have managed slipped slightly during April
Quality Shoe Repairing
Barnard farms.
prepared a do only twice in the past fiv e while farm prices over the na-
N O W IN STO C K
ground silo and is now fillin g years.”
tion continued
upward,
re­
it with fescue.
Cowboy
and
Logger Boots, English Brogues.
Last year 115 people died in ports Mrs. Elvera Horrell, ex ­
Spring Styles for Ladies, Children’s and Work
traffic accidents during June, tension agricultural
econom­
Buster Tunnell is working July and August. Death counts ist at Oregon State College.
Shoes for Men and Boys. - - S P E C IA L ! Join
Low er prices for
poultry
in Estacada at the new filin g for other recent summers were
our family shoe club and get a pair fre e !
123
in
1955;
99
in
1954;
98
in
and
grains
other
than
wheat
station recently opened by Wm
1953 and 141 in 1952.
were largely resonsible for the
Sinclair.
"T h e mere fact
that the price dip in Oregon farm pric­
traffic accident problem
has es, Mrs. Horrell said.
Potato
Mrs. Edna Davis accompan­ become so serious that the best prices in A pril, averaging less
ied by her
daughter
Joan we can realistically hope for than half those o f a year ago,
-
-
-
-
Smith and grandsin Ricky left is no more than 100 deaths in a also held down the
Oregon
fo r her home in Kendrie. Ida­ three-month period should be price index.
Howeevr, Or­
ho, last Monday.
Mrs. Davis enough to stir greater public egon farm prides still average
has been visiting the
Henry support for this program,’’said 2 percent higher than a year
Supposing you need MOTOR work done
Heiples for three weeks.
i ago.
Governor Holmes.
on your car, some BODY work and a NEW
I Meantime form costs through­
SET OF TIR E S A ll you have to do is come in,
out the nation moved up dur- j
get all the work done - P A Y NO i l l N < > down
l ing April for a record high as
labor and operation costs and
if you don’t want to. W e make ti e loan on
farm fam ily living costs con- I
your signature only. W e don’t ca=-.* if your car
tinued to rise. During the last
or furniture is paid for or not. as they do not
year, farm costs have out-pac-1
ed farm prices.
This has put
enter into the deal.
the bnying power o f farm pro­
ducts in a squeeze.
W e ’ve got the best darned Fr-nr™ r ’ an in the
A t the same time,
factory
I wage earners had a more fa- j
country. It’s another FORD FIRST a d
is
vorable buying power than a
the
way
it
works
.
.
.
year ago with hourly
wages
Start the day o ff with
up 5 percent during the
past
year and only a 4 percent in- {
SPERRY
crease in prices o f goods and
services city workers buy.
U S,
SS.
46 o z p k g 49 ^
THE
it's Simple
Wheat - Hearts
CUBR 3 HSVILLE
K-
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Prices Friday-Sat., May 31-June 1 Frozen RABBITS, 2 lb. av. Ea. 9 9 C
3
’
1
W H IL E T H E Y L A S T !
QUALITY M EATS
I
O C C ID E N T
F L O U R /25 Ifes^Skinless
$ 1 9 9
WEINERS
LA W N MOWER
S H A R P E N IN G
I P O P U L A R B RAND S
* SWISS STEAK
Gas Engine Repair
G R A D E GOOD
Best selection of new & used
GARD EN TRACTO RS,
T ILLE R S , L A W N MOWERS
Guaranteed Factory Parts
POT ROAST
_______
Tasteweil S A L A D
y C H OIC E
B LAD E CUTS
B o y d ’s R e g or drip
Dressing ; jArm-cut ROASTS
2 9 c limit'
' RIB STEAKS
COFFEE
Lb. 59C
89gu»-
Lb. 6 0 C
TUNA, y2's
3 tins for
CATSUP
Tastewell 1 lb. pkg ||
2 for 2 5 e
; | Frozen CHOpEnES g Qz Eu
C re a m P u ff
MIX
Leg 27c 2 -4 9 C
KONOMUCAl— IASY TO
3 for5 5 c
OLIVES, Largs fin
2 for
35^ &
M T. W H IT N E Y
h e itli
IV
im
I iip
p
Lb. 1 5 C
D E TE R G E N T E NE R G Y, Reg. 25c Pkg.
10
lbs.
39c
N E W W H IT E S H A F T E R S
TOMATO SOUP 3 10 oz. tins 2 9 ^
245
K csaaj
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M
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m W M M O W E fi!
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• ZI" cutting width
• Crucible steel Mede*
• Pour eectkm vXm
• Strong steel jMtonn
• Adjustable taaO»
• TtaottJost ju w l»fU *8e'
633 E. Powell
Gresham I
MO 5-5514
M. E. T ILLE R S
• Spring mesti sett'
• Tutelar stet* S U ftytea»
• Tormobe-ttoe fisflb
SEE IT AT O U R STO R E
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Estacada
City Licensed
Phone M U 7-2881
PICK'S LOGGING SUPPLY
Sandv
Estacada, Oregon
UEIL’S
LAKEHEÀD 0
CLACKAMAS RIVER ROAD AT F A M 8 A Y
ASPARAGUS
POTATOES,
Grand
Openin;
Thursday,May 30
Green Onions or Radishes 3 fof 1 4 (
C A M P B E L L ’S
Currinsville Merc. Co.
;
M argarine
39 c
R A T H 8 oz. PO R K , EEEF or V E A L , Pan-ready
8!/2 oz. pkg.
PHONE
General Sheet Metal
Work
12 or | TASTE WELL GRATED
...
ESTACADA FORD & "
Plumbing and Heating
5 0 C 'j
It's Te:ri!k
REM EM BER - NO TH ING r - w
MOEN M A C H IN E R Y
A . D. L'enshcof
U. S. G R A D E GOOD
T a s te w .il,
NOTICE OF A N N U A L
SCHOOL M EETING
Notice is Hereby Given, in
compliance with O R. S. 335-
430 to the legal
voters
of
School District No. U. H. 6, of
Clackamas County.
State of
Oregon,
that
the Annual
School Meeting o f said District
w ill be held
at
The High
School; to begin at the hour of
2:00
o’clock P. M.
on the
Fourth Monday o f June, being
the 24th day o f June, A . D.
1957.
This meeting is called for
the purpose of electing 1 D i­
rector for a term o f fiv e years
and the transaction o f business
usual at such meeting.
Dated this 23rd day o f May,
...
FREE CONES
l*ll» IIO
10 0 -2