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    Clackamas County News, Estacada, Ore. July 26, 1957
C U R R IN SV ILLE
(Mrs. Nellie Currin)
Lawrence Loonev was taken
t0 Physicians and
Surgeons
Hospital in Portland on Mon­
day. On Tuesday he had an ap­
pendicitis operation. Mrs. L oo­
ney and his mother Rosa Loon-
sy go in to see him each day.
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Looney
and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Tomp­
kins drove to Saelm Monday
where they joined the memb­
ers of the
Robertus Looney
clan for a
picnic.
Robertus
Looney was born and raised
on what is known as the Loon­
ey place. He passed way sever­
al years ago in Salem where he
made his home for many years.
Mr. and Mrs Miles Wade of
Molalla spent the afternoon at ■
the R. H. Currin home.
Mr.
Wade is president of the Cur­
rin— Wade clan who hold their
reunions each year. Mrs. Cur­
rin is the sec. and treas.
and
Robert Currin is honorary pre­
sident.
He was president for
many years until his
hearing
failed.
Mr. and Mrs. George Lofton ]
drove to East Lake to join their i
friends the Woods family last |
Wednesday at Clear Lake. Just
a couple of hours before they I
arrived at their camp, a friend i
who was vacationing with the I
Woods suddenly passed
away
with a heart attack. The L of­
tons also visited in Madras.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Brackett
entertained on Monday
Mr.
Brackett’s cousins, Mr.and Mrs
Guy Hughee from Tacoma and
his sister Mrs. Ruth Harris of ,
Portland.
On Sunday
the Bracketts j
joined Mrs. Brackett's brother
and wife the Ray Birchmans '
on a cruise down the Columb­
ia in their new boat he
had
just built. They anchored
at
Sauvies Isalnd and enjoyed a 1
picnic lunch.
On Thursday Mr, and Mrs.
Sven Skarr from Nevada City, I
Calif., friends of the Don A l­
lens in Susanville, called
on
Mrs. R. H. Currin.
They are 1
collecting material for a
h is-:
torical book that they are writ-
ting on the early history
of |
Nevada, northern
California I
and Oregon. He is president of \
the Northwest Historical Soc- I
iety.
Mrs. Myrtle Looney Holland
is visiting the Coyd Looneys
and the Albert and
Charles
Kitchings this week..
t he c a r r e q u i r i n g t he l e a s t m a i n t e n a n c e
of a n y o t h e r c a r on the r o a d t o - d a y !
DKW big car comfort
ESTAC AD A
FO R D
has keen trying for over a year to get a franchise.
We are pleased to announce we have been suc­
cessful in our attempts, and are now franchised
Dealers for the FABULOUS, TERRIFIC,
ECONOMICAL - UNBELIEVEABLE
D K W
Hand-made in Germany — 3-cylinder, 2 cycle, 45 HP.
Small outside, roomy inside — up to 37 miles to the gallon of gas
Front wheel drive -- Large luggage space
COME IN AND TEST DRIVE IT!
THREE SALESMEN WITH DEMONSTRATORS
WILL BE ON DUTY
Mnlurrisrv A florn oon . .Iiilv 2 7
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Drive it and get the details on price, economy, etc.
Estacada Ford & Mercury
ES TAC AD A
B a r g a in s G a lo r e !
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Springwater
P H O N E CR 4-3262
F e stiv a l o f M o n e y - S a v i n g S p e c ia ls !
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Friday & Saturday, July 26 & 2 7
1 Lb. Powdered Sugar (limit 5) 10c
Brown Sugar (limit 1 sack), bulk
io lbs. 89c
CUBE SUGAR
2 Lbs. 1 9 C
ANGEL FOOD, Reg. 53c, - 3 9 C
CHOC. ANGEL FOOD Reg. 59c - 3 9 C
CHOCOLATE Reg 35c (limit 5) M C
Dash Dog Food, Reg. 16c, 2 for 2 5 *-
Niagara Laundry Starch Reg 21c 15c
Vi Gal. Sta-Flo, Reg. 49c, 3 3 C
Jiffy Cake M ix, Reg. 15c, 2 for 1 9C
Rose Hair Oil, Reg 17c (limit 2) 10c
< O l l l i :i .l » ‘ *
Snow's Clam Chowder, Reg. 29c Ea.
2 ( K , Limit 5
Mary Kitchen Roast Beef
HASH, Reg. 43c, (limit 5)
25^
LIBBY LEMONADE, Large Size 12 oz.
Reg. 23c, 1 5 C , 2 for
2 1K
Limits - 6 oz. 3 f° r
25C
2 Lb. LONG GRAIN RICE, Reg. 43c
2 Lbs. for 2 9 C
Peter Pan PEANUT BUTTER, 28 oz.
Reg. 89c, Now 7 9 ^
BEEF and B AB Y BEEF FR O M O U R
OW N A N G U S HERD
M A R K E T
Estacada, Oregon
home last week from a
visit I
with his uncle and family, the
John McVickers, in Madras.
Dick Guttridge arrived home
last Sunday after a ten
day
trip to Salinas, Calif., where |
he visited his sister and family.
Mr.and Mrs. Neil Waxbom and
Ma d e by
son. While he was there, they
KRAFT
all spent a day in San Francis from the one and only
co seeing the sights.
Joe Guttridge can stop call­ m ir a c l e w h ip
and ipecioI
ing his sons ‘Otis’ now, accord-1
ing to Wilma. She and the boys p i c k l e r e l i s h e s
have adopted a crow, or rath­
er, the crow came to the house
and followed them around, so
after they fed him, he decided
to adopt them.
Anyway, a-
long as Joe wants Otis around
the house, that will be the new
pet crows name.
By Myrtle Dmytryk
The Social Night will
be
held at Springwater Grange on
Friday eve. July 26 with the
pot luck supper to be served
at 6:30.
We received
a beautiful
card from Nancy Tu 5 ker, who
is attending the University of
Hawaii in Honolulu.
Nancy
has visit' the temples of Mor-
man and i-uddha. and listened
to representatives of each re­
ligion speak and found them
very interesting. She says she
is having a wonderful time in
Hawaii— loads to do, and they
have a swimming pool at her
hotel which she certainly takes
advantage of.Aloha to you too
Nancy. Keep on having fun.
One of the
most cheerful
people I have seen in a
long
time is Myrl Linn.
Can you
imagine walking around in a
waist cast, and keeping a sense
of humor? Myrl says that her
recovery from the operation
was far beyond the
Doctor’s
expectations, and she is feel­
ing wonderful.
A very nice
person to know.
Eleanor Newell is still con­
fined mainly to her home, and
not improving very well. We
certainly miss her in the shop,
and hope she feels better soon
Charles and Minerva Stiter
! have about finished their har­
vest, and have started hauling
j seed to the mill.
Those long
winter evenings in front o f the
| TV are going to be nice after
all the work is
done aren’t |
they.
Delmer Gant has been help­
ing his folks with their harves-
! ting during his time off from
; his regular job with PGE.
(
Stan and
Judy Dmytryk
[ spent Saturday night and Sun-
I day with the
Ed Dmytryks.
j Judy learned how to dress a
chicken— or is it undress;any- :
way they tasted good.
Elwin and Jean Shibley had
! a pleasant visit Saturday eve
with Lt Donald Brewer, who
came to call on them
shortly
after his return from Korea.Lt.
I Brewer was best man at their
| wedding.
so
he probably
I brought a few fond memories
] with him.
Harold Horner,
who had
been in the hospital for surg-
erv. arrived home on Sunday,
and is recovering nicely.
Wilma Guttridge is a widow
again. Joe just gets home, and
takes off again. This time, he
has gone to Bend to be a Coun­
selor at the Grange Juvenile
Camp for a couple o f
weeks
Kinda of hard to catch
Isn’t
he Wilma ?
George Beisell
left
last
Thursday for Cougar, Wash.,
where he plans to be working
until the latter part o f Sept­
ember. Bobby Beisell returned
Handy,thrifty...
qn h oh, so good i
ojiuiin Spiali
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lawn
Sprinklers
Installed
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« A C . PLUMBING
W ALT
S. E. 4TH. ESTACADA
DIAL CR. 9-3968
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BUILDING CONTRACTOR
We contract new homes, garages and all types
of remodelling.
Beat ’ he 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
Call Estacada 205 or
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 ib
Harold Middleton
Dial CR. 9-5145
ESTACADA SHOE REPAIR SHOP
R. & L. SHOES STORES, Inc.
H. L. Banks, Operator-Manager
QuaF*v
RenalHrg
NOW IN STOCK
Cowboy and Logger Boots, English Brogues,
Spring Styles for Ladies, Children’s and W ork
Shoes for Men and Roys. - - SPECIAL! Join
our family shoo club and get a pair free!
CH UCKLIN' CHUCK SEZ:
Jeepers Creepers
--
Holy Smoke
A t these prices - W e'll go broke!
Nothing Down on Approved Credit
’50 Plymouth Just a good old pot ....
$ 245
’47 Hudson Sedan Ugh ! ....................... $ 75
’51 Chev Club Coupe M -M -M b o y ....
$ 445
’50 Chev Tudor New paint. Sharp! ..... $ 425
’50 Nash Good anchor for a b o a t ....
$ 225
’56 Merc Monterey Hardtop loaded A1 $1895
’50 Plymouth Sedan So-so ............... .
$ 245
’52 Stude V8 Hardtop OK, I guess .
$ 545
’49 Mercury 4‘ Door A p i g ! ................... $ 145
’50 Ford “ 6” Average ........................... $ 345
'47 Ford Pickup As i s .......... ................ $ 250
’50 Chev Sedan Pretty good ................. $ 425
'53 Ford Sedan Puddle Jumper
$ 795
ESTACADA FORD & MERCURY
Dial CR. 9-3262