Estacada's Clackamas County news. (Estacada, Or.) 1957-1976, June 07, 1957, Page 3, Image 3

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CLACKAM AS OOITNTY N ÍW S . ESTACADA. OREGON. FR ID A Y, JUNE 7, ISSI
large and luscious berries.The
first picking began last week
on the L. O. Gerber farm.The
Tacherons and Nelsons began
on Friday, and the Judd crew
set to work on Saturday. Har­
vest in the Jarvis fields started
this last Monday.
Countless
smaller local berry fields are
also in full production, all ho-
Eagle Creek
(By Margaret Ross)
Strawberry picking began
in earnest this week in Eagle
Creek, with lots of youngsters,
teen agers, and
older folks
limbering up their muscles and
also getting their fill of
the
BUILDING CONTRACTOR
We 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
CROWN HOME IMPROVEMENT CO.
9525 S.E. 78th St., Portland 22, Oregon
ping for a good
marke and
continued good weather.
Sampling the Frank Tacher-
ons’ strawberries on Memorial
Day were Mabel’s brotheivin-
law and sister, Mr. and Mrs.R.
O. Bailey of Portland.
Many local
friends were
saddened at the death of Bill
Fuchs, long-time Eagle Creek
resident and personable janit­
or at the local grade school.
Emma Buhlinger is recuper­
ating from recent surgery, af­
ter returning home from the
hospital last Friday.
Mrs. Lora Poyser recently
returned from a two- weeks’
visit with her sister, Mrs. En-
gelking, in Pullup, Wash.
C. C. Davis went to Ranier
May 28 to visit
his brother
Wayne. From there he went to
Clatskanie to visit a niece,Mrs
O. E. Miller (the former June
Makinester of Eagle Creek,)
and her family.
On the previous Saturday
Florence
Cloninger,
with
friends from Longview, went
t0 Champoeg State Park. She
spent that night in
Newberg
with her brother-in-law
and
sister, Mr. and Mrs.
E.
A.
Fritch.
On Sunday morning
she went to McMinnville
to
visit her niece,
Mrs. Stanley
Brown and family.
On Wednesday night, May
29, 15 members of Westmin­
ster Fellowship
attended a
party of Youth Presbytery at
1st
Presbyterian Church in
Portland.
Visiting the Rosses last Fri­
day night were Vernon’s bro­
ther and sister-in-law, Howard
and Nelle Ross, with their four
little children from Portland.
Memorial Day visitors of the
Oscar Judds were the
Jerry
Todds (their daughter)of Port­
land.
Mario Todd spent the
weekend here with her grand­
parents.
STORK NEWS
a girl for
the
Courtains of Eagle Creek,born
in the early A M. of June 1, at
Oregon City hospital. With 4
boys at home, the 8 lb. 3 oz.Ju­
dy Lee will be a welcome no­
velty.
Grandparents are Mr.
and Mrs. Josh Courtain of Es-
tacada, and Mrs. Frances Leed-
ham, of Kingston. North Caro­
lina.
Mr. and Mrs. George
Ful­
lerton became the parents of
an 8 lb. 6 oz. baby girl, Linda
Beth, early May 30,at Emman­
uel Hospital. Thisis their first
child.Mr. Fullerton is coach at
Estacada high school. His wife
Lillian has been employed at
the Estacada bank. Grandpar­
ents are Mr. and
Mrs. Ivan
McDonough, of
Jacksonville,
Ore., and
Mr. and Mrs. H.S.
Fullerton of Ashland
CURRINSVILLE
(Mrs. Nellie Currin)
Virgil
The Jack Heiple family and
the Sim Heiples went t0 East
Lake last weekend on a fish­
ing trip. Jack returned Mon­
day but the Sim Heiple family
will spend the most of
this
week there camping and fish­
ing.
Mrs. Maude Burnett
from
Eagle Creek spent the
after­
noon and evening at the home
of Mrs. Nellie Currin. Emma
Douglas joined them for sup­
per and cards.
The new house going up on
the Barnard farm makes the
4th house on the place in
a
block and a half.
Mr. and Mrs. Pete Boichuck
from Portland called on Mrs.
Currin Sunday; they were for­
mer neighbors.
He recently
Jim Lauderback was a visit­
retired, now having a lot
of
or for several days last week
trouble with one of his eyes.
at the home of his parents, Mr.
They are looking for a small
and Mrs. Kenneth Lauderback.
acreage as they want to
sell
He has been employed in Den­
their house in town and move
ver and has been transferred
to the country.
to Oakland, Calif, as regional
The
McConnell’s
three
manager for National Carload­
daughters and son and
their
ing Co.
families and tbe Ed Steinmans,
the George Armstrongs
ana
Mrs. R. H. Currin
surprised
Recent visitors at the home
them with a housewarming on
of Mr. and Mrs. Bob
Snyder
Sunday eve in their new home
were his brother, Mr. and Mrs
Mrs. Charles Eversole, who
Milsey Snyder and Deloris of
has been in Physician & Sur­
Veneta, Oregon, and Mr. and
geons hospital for
the past
Mrs. Robert Snyder, Judy and
week will soon be able to re­
Larry of Portland.
turn home.
A t the
Currinsville Store
Prices Friday-Sat.,- June 7 & 8
COMMUNITY BULLETIN
E S , ' AC A D A
Walt Van Curen has return­
ed to his home in east Estaca-
day after going thru a ’break­
down' experience that comes
to just a few. It all might have
started with
an
ulcerated
wisdom tooth that brought on
a series of conditions that even
threatened his life.
Doctors
have sent him home quite con­
vinced that he is now on the
road to recovery. Relatives led
by Mr. and Mrs. Curley Kitch-
ing w ill keep him under
ob­
servation. Curley has fed the
white faced cattle that
Walt
thinks s0 much of.
The Ladies Aid will
hold
their regular meeting at
the
home of
Mrs. Earl Brackett
next Wednesday.
Mr. Fowler has been cutting
fescue for silage the past week
which he is
storing
in
a
treflch silo.
Fred Carlson who purchas­
ed the property formerly own­
ed by the Don White family,
lias leased the
property to
some people with
the dam
construction company.
sweep trash into gutters
NEGLECTORS - people who
don’t keep their property clean
and neat or owners who don’t
keep weeds trimmed.
IGNORERS - pedestrians
and motorists who don’t
use
receptacles provided for trash
in the downtown area.
The first step to this goal itf
distribution of warning notices
and then citations.
We find that our people in
Estacada hardly need such
a
program as they do their part
but it all makes i nteresting
reading.
Tell City, Ind. News:
usually criticize the post
fice department. It woi
be fair if we didn’t
gi\
credit where due.
This i
the brighter side. A mou
of red tape consisting of 1
different government
f
has been eliminated by th>
partment’s forms control i
gram since January, 1953
Huntington, N. Y.
Tii
L A W N MOWER
SHARPENING
Gas Engine Repair
SEVENTH GRADE
Best selection of new & use
GARDEN TRACTORS,
TILLERS, LAWN MOWER
Guaranteed Factory Parts
TEACHER HIRED
Gordon Bigler w ill fill the
seventh grade teacher vacan­
cy left by Jack McRae. McRae,
who turned in his resignation
to enter the grocery business,
taught seventh
grade home
room, seventh
and
eighth
grade boys Physical Education
and handled the coaching du­
ties.
Gordon Bigler will gradu­
ate from Oregon College
of
Education this June. He w ill
coach elementary school foot-
gall and basketball in addit­
ion to teaching the
seventh
grade. Bigler played four years
of football and basketball
at
Mt. Angel high school and two
years of college
football at
Portland State college.
He was assistant
football
coach at Portland state college
one year, is married and has
two children one 1 1-2 years;
old and one wo
monhs old.
They are living in Salem and
plan to move to Estacada
in
mid-August or the
first
of
September.
There are third grade and
sixth grade vacancies yet to be
filled on the
Estacada Ele­
mentary staff.
MOEN MACHINERY
633 E. Powell
Greshau
MO 5-5514
M. E. TILLERS
A. D. Benshoof
Plumbing and Heating
General Sheet Metal
Work
Estacada
City Licensed
Phone MU 7-2881
Sandy_________
FOR SALE
25 Gal. PRO PANE Tank
(Should Be Full)
U H.P 1 Cyl. Firesone
Outboard Motor
See Owner - Last House
on Hawthorne Road in
Estacada
Lake
Park
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.
PORTER SUMMER BIBLE
r o d 111*4»
A
h
O r H N E 303’ s
Fruit Cocktail
IHORMEL’ S 12
RIPE TOMATOES
«4
OZ
U3T RIG BT FOR SLICING
-C
lb .
19 c
THICK M EÂÏED CANTALOUPE
ea. 2 for 25c
'«7».
fcHURFÏNE 3 lb tn
f h c r t e n i n 'j
5 2 1 lit
Sections
Lettuce
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k sw u
am so s
SALAD
SPERRY’S 4 LB. BAG, REG. 59c
Cheese SPR ^D
, Taste well 21’ Loaf
CAKE M IX, 39c, 2 for
s '
BOW L
p r in c e
Qt. 49c
DROM EDARY ANG EL FOOD, 17 Oz. Pkg
E a .fn ic
What ’s ilm nicest gift for
a
telephone gift?
A boy was
uU:c-J i’. jw lie polled his first
naira and he 1 plied:
a fish­
hook, then a circle, then a big
chair, then a little chair.What
was the boy’s name?
*m
HOT CAKE FLOUR Spedai 4 $ C
75 c
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1 foi* .VU’
BIG j u ic y o l d f a s h io n e d
F R A N K F U R T ! ! R S ib . 15 c
FRÛZcN LttïiÜNADfc 3 for 2 Sc
II».
FROZEN PEAS
10c fa.
RAVEN 10 Oz
CANNED DOG FOOD 6 for
» » 4 *
TO P DOG, 1 LB. TINS
Currinsville Merc. Co.
H
C, 6 Oz. Tin, Reg. 14c Ea.
If Columbus
had turned
back, no one would have blam­
ed him, but no one would re­
member him.
Tb-» Editor of a small town
weekly found that some prank­
ster had stolen all the
letter
“ S’s” from his type case. He
inserted this notice in his next
issue:
“ Thome thneaking thcoun-
drel hath thtolen into our com-
pothing room and thkedadled
with all our etheth. We mutht
upologithe to our readerth for
the inthipid
appearance of
thith woek’th Thentinel.
We
would also like to thtate that
if al any time in the yearth to
come we thee
thith
dirty
thnake in the grath about the
premitheth we will thoot him
tho full of holeth, he w ill re- (
theble a thwith cheethe. Thank 1
you.”
I'liono
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ESTACADA SHOE REPAIR SHOP
R. & L. SHOES STORES, Inc.
H. L. Banks, Ooerator-Manr.ger
Quality Shoe Repairing
N O W IN STOCK
Cowboy anrl Logger Boots, English Brogues,
Spring Styles for Ladies, Children’s and Wot ,
Shoes for Men and Boys. - - S PE C IA L! Jo;:i
our family shoe club and get a pair fre e !
49C
CHUCKIMI CHUCK Repeats------
Supposing you need M OTOR work done
on your car, some BODY work and a NEW
SET OF TIRES A ll you have to do is come in,
get all the work done -- P A Y NO TH ING down
if you (Ion t want to. W e make the loan on
your signature only. We don’t care if your car
or furniture is paid for or not, as they do not
enter into the deal.
W e’ve got the best darned finance plan in the
country. It’s another FORD FIRST and this is
the way it works .. .
It's Simple . . . It's Terrific . . .
REMEMBER - NO TH ING DOWN
ESTACADA FORD & MERCURY
PHONE
Oliver Wendell Holmes says
that
“ the great thing in this
world is not so much
where
we are, but in what direction
we are going.
1— Ear rings
2 1John
CHOICE-CUT T-BONE
>AKS
fViAkSniviALUiw.s 3 pkgs. 4 5 e
b O U M A K ’S PIXIE, 5 OZ BAG
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Phone Estacada 2CR6
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SCHOOL PROGRAM
Duo to the
fast
ripening
strawberries the Porter Menn-
onite Bible School
will be
! held only one week.
Closing
program will be Friday eve.,
June 7 and 8 P.M. Part of this
program will take on the na­
ture of Open House for about
20 minutes the audience will
have the privilege of observ­
ing the different classes
in
session: the remainder of the
program will be given in thg
main audience room by
the
Bible School students. Every­
one is welcome.
INTERESTING NEWS
Indianopolis recently began
issuing “ tickets” to litterbugs
and property
owners
who
don’t clean up their premises.
They are aimed chiefly at:
LITTERBUGS - people who
throw scraps, dirt
or other
trash in public places.
COLLECTORS - people who
let ashes, cans, bottles or other
discarded material
collect
around *heir premises.
BUSINESSMEN - the ones
who don't clean up paper, dirt
or refuse from sidewalks
in
front of their stores or who
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DRAINAGE FIELDS
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à
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LICENSED
PLUMBER
• SEPTIC T A N K S
• PUMPS
• W ELLS
• IRRIGATION-
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4th St. E STAC AD A
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Let ‘W A L T ’ Do It.