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About Estacada's Clackamas County news. (Estacada, Or.) 1957-1976 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 23, 1957)
Mr. and Mrs. Larry Meade
West Linn water lint, running
home for some good weather, ing party at the home o f Lloyd daughter and her family.
the returned home Saturday
Visiting at the Harold Mid from the south fork
Mr and Mrs Perry DeLapp Kishpaugh in Mt. Pleasant on
have recently returned from Sunday afternoon M r and Mrs dletons a week was Miss Mar- Clackamas River, will be par last week from a vacation trip
the North of a week They visited coastal
their honeymoon trip to San Max Kishpaugh. Mr. and Mrs l.vs Mand.v and on Sun. Mr. and tially flooded by
1 of Oregon Citv, Mr. and Mrs Francisco.
Jack Kishpaugh. Mr. and Mrs Mrs. Earl Middleton and Mr. Fork reservoir. A portion oi towns down as far as
Russell McHugh o f Clackamas
Mr. and Mrs. Larry Miette- Ralph Reynolds Mr and Mrs and Mrs. Daniels of Portland the new pipe lint will be in r port and also several places of
d Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Kish- nun s mother drove to Sisters, Calvin Kishpaugh. Mrs Barrie All attended the grange picnic. trench and some on concrete interest in southern and east
i By ANNE JUSTICE)
Mr. and Mrs. Bowers
Mr. and Mrs
Edward Lee supors with a section o f tunnel ern Oregon
„ and . family,
Ore. Sunday afternoon by way Kish nan eh Mr and Mrs Rhss
The Dodge Community Club o f the Santiam Pass past thr ell McHugh of Clackamas and took Leila Gordon in to visit required.
baby of Portland wore Sunday
visitors at the home of Mr. and •’
Frldav nl*ht in the regu-' Detroit dam.
They returned Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Kishpaugh Ray at the Veterans
on Saturday. He was released
! lar monthly meeting. The ev- via the Wapinitia cutoff.
Mrs. Jack Kishpaugh.
o f Portland.
Mrs Ray Lien is feeling bet
Miss Nancy Kishpaugh spenl from the hospital on Mon. and
Mrs Wm Connor ! i-n ing was spent watching col
is the weekend with her cousins is feeling real well.
drove to Threee Lynx recently • r movies provided by Evert ter after her accident but
Jim Lamb reecived
| Stahlnccker. Everyone great - still under the care o f a doctoi Christine. Stephen and Eddk
to visit relatives.
word a cousin Dale Lee Trim-
Eva Spieknall is
helping ! enjoyed seeing the movies Eddie Begulien celebrated his Kishpaugh.
Mr. and Mrs. M F Ott atten be! of Nebr. had been killed in
with thr 3ible
a*| f a trip through western Can
Mrs. Betty ded the county fair in Canby a car accident at Marysville
I ; ia and o f a group of motor guests included
Mr. and Saturday.
On t h e way home Cal. Sat. night.
hill Carnes and family.
Del King who arrived
re I cycles pe rforming on a
Saturday, August 22 - 23 - 24
Mr« Martin Reed and children they stopped to visit clarS ^
Mrs Lena C.uttridge is visit- T h u r s d a y - Friday
cently for an indefinite
stay I i,,ar Colton
Guilliford and Mrs Amos Roth ing her cousins Louvena
U V C Ilct
t ilU ;
Mr.and Mrs. Max Kishpaugh and Paul Sanders
with the Jack Kishpaughs. wa:
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Akin: of Woodburn.
Thurs | and farni'y and Mr. and Mrs
thi of Three Lynx attended
day eve by a large group whe Tack Kishpaugh
QUINN in the suspenseful, beautiful scenery - - -
dropped in to help him cele j weekend at the beach.
Alex Botkin has
od time ...
in _ spite o; way home they visited at the
brate his 10th birthday.Those ■ port
from a trip through Montana
lack o f sunshine. They had home ° f Mrs. Akins parents.
present were Mrs. Mary Kish
(By Leila Gordon)
and Canada. He had a marvel
° hours A#
paugh and Sharon, Mr.
o f nlaa*
weather Mr and Mrs. Wm. Conner of
I’ll have hi lites of
Mr. and Mrs Dean Qualls ous time.
Mrs. Ralph Reynolds and fam-|The group visited the aquari- Dodge.
Second Big Feature
home of his trip next week.
ily, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Emm« u n a' Seaside and
returned Mr.and Mrs. Harold Widman. are visiting at the
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Reimers JEFF MORRO Wand BARBARA LAWRENCE in
Sr. and Mr. and Mrs.
Harold Mrs. Qualls parents, the Frank
Widman Jr. and family were Chevrons, while they are look- had a pleasant surprise when
Sunday visitors at the Ronald ing for a home to rent in eith- friends they hadnt seen for 10
er Clackamas or Milwaukie years made them a visit
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Caswell Dean will teach music in the week. They were Mr. and Mrs.
Sunday - Monday - Tuesday, August 26-27-28
and family and Mr. and Mrs. new Clackamas High School Marvin Muhrer of Kahoka, Me
George Anders, son of
Mr. ALAN LADD, CLIFTON WEBB and SOPHIA
Bob Deno and family of Spo Grandma Hattie Qualls baby
is LOREN in the Cinemascope Technicolor hit - - -
kane were recent visitors
at sit with little Julie while her and Mrs. Byron
the home o f Ed Caswell. While parents attended the Gresham home on furlough. He is in the
LEAKY HOT WATER
Navy and has spent sometime
here they drove to the
FAUCETS COST MONEY!
and spent a weekend at Depoe
Mr. and Mrs. Jim
Randall in Japan and the islands.
CALL W A L T FOR REPAIRS
are the proud parents of a 9 It
The new Dodge Ground Ob 7 ounce boy born Aug. 10. Thi;
server Corps Post
is doing is their 3rd child; they have 2 WEDDING SHOWER
HONORS LOCAL COUPLE
very well but is stil not fully little girls. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie
A wedding shower was held
staffed. If anycne is interested Randall and Mr. and Mrs. J.M
in volunteering as an observer 1 Morrill are the happy grand August 12th in honor of Carol
S. E. 4th Estacada
Sorrels and Larry Kniskern.
in their own home please call | parents.
Ray Gordon entered the Vet- Mrs. Gladys Weiderhold
Dial CRestwood 9-3968
The following families from erans Hospital in Portland o r hostess and the shower
Dodge attended a house warm- Monday for examinations and
the Church of Cod
The table was
Hap Dooley is
twe decorated with an
j weeks in the Veterans hospital covered with light green and
The Edward Lees have re pink crepe paper
KEEP C O O L . . .
turned from their vacation at bows and gladiolas were tied
Pend Irville Lake and Priest on the umbrella. Besides pink
SLEEP C O O L . . .
Lake in Idaho Mrs. Lee gave streamers hanging from it th< |
Modern home air-conditioning
as items o f interest that
the umbrella was filled with many |
can be installed in a single
ake covers 95 000 acres
and lovely gifts.
There were 27 adults and 9 i
room or in your
that the naval training statior
used during World War 2
j. children who
entire home for a surprisingly
being dismantled. Thev caugh shower and enjoyed
low cost. See your
never priced lower!
appliance or heating
and had a delightful vacation
THE CLACKAM AS COUNTY NEWS
Estacada, Oregon, Friday, August 23. 1957
M M A M H
THE RIVER'S EDGE
A. B. C. PLUMBING
N Y LO N !
G O O D Y E A R
keep cool as a
3-T Nylon DeLuxe
ELECTRIC C O M P A N Y
D ITIO N E
NOW at GENTRYS
with 2 -S P E E D , 2 CYCLÊ
( J U M n lp o o t
•.. featuring famous built-in
nitrMari' ! Id Gran« e Saturday
night welcomed back some of
K J S K S s M t t 0. C. IVofer Line
r o ld -a r e r o n ^ n L r r ^ Relocation Bids to
L p G ° ^ 7 d k &
Be Opened Aug. 27
T i16" i f trasP'a"t peonies Ed
Lee said you should check be-
or buying insurance and Ken
Palmateer saief , hev
ance C n‘ hat ‘ hC Grange Insu?
les c a ^ t h ^ m ful1 for ch a r-
cendyr a ^ X n ^ o -
hom em o^tes for the lecturer;
ScpthC2 ? rZ ^ wafr WiU ** ° p
’ both dav and even-
u More about it next month
Henry Clay Riley a residen-
o f Garfield for the past 1
passed away in the^ Veteran
Hospital Aug. 7 after a
& „ “ * k ^ S h * - -
spent' iT d MrS • • D° n Fad(,p
time deen sea T f i X SPent thf
hooked 7 •.I *
s r ¿ ¿ ersa,mon —
6.7 0 « l 5 T « b . T , p .
Block S id .w o l
PIv* To* o » k J
H ot summer highways help shorten
the lift of average tires. That’s
where 3-T Nylon comes in. Pound
for pound, it’s stronger than steel,
and it’s heat resisting — runs
cooler even on long trips. Hurry!
Value was never higher —
prices never lower.
Bids for relocation of
main supplying Oregon City
and West Linn have been call
ed b yPortland General Elec
The job calls for the installa
A ll popular sizes and styles a t low Sale Prleesl
tion of some 3 miles o f 18-inch
pipe and couplings around the
MORE PEOPLE RIDE ON GOODYEAR TIRES THAN ON ANY OTHER KIND!
reservoir area at North Fork
dam. which PGE is construct- 6^
ing on the Clackamas
about five miles east o f Esta
Fred Hodge, PGE purchasing
agent, sgid bids on the job will
| be opened at 2 FM
515 N. Main
Phone MO 5-4198
Materials for the work will be
supplied by PGE.
The present Oregon
JACK WHITE TIRE CO.
Buster Brown Shoes
Mrs. Stuart L. Puckett si
^ v s s s rzs rz
p s s Z if r 3
eport« i her as lmpro-
Garfield Grange T-r
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-£ « . 11
fair Neir* —
PTf “ W
Footwear here! Shoes in all sizes and styles, built
tiu oStoT* ^ •"*
■ h iS r ii
* ™ *
to give you the greatest comfort and long wear!
Start school this year w ith the best in footwear
AND LOOK AT ALL YOU
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• Fully automatic . . . fills, washes,
drains, rinses, damp-dries,
shuts itself off!
• Durable Ufecoat white enamel
• Pomom Uni Ntar for "Jlnt-freV
G&Mfc-MiMf*, money-»cvlng tuds
IW ahM ep to 9 pounds of doNml
>$*T«ap wAOIoRl wofor selection!
• 5-year warranty on sealed-in
236 N. Roberts
S , C n a"day
a .^ h o X a
CT w Pl^ S nd° L Sfat
and Mr Fred
a new w
a jir a jr s
w orth T
’ n,° ,hp
*orth home in Upper Garfield
He is emploved by PGE
at prices that are a real saving —
Brown Shoes at
areMdrK?d MrS RoII,e P°PPino
V?. ing a new Sludebaker
V W tl"g at Gordons and at-
were fheh T k Gn,n'fe
w ore the John Wickenkamps
w B; ,V ^rt° n Th^ ar<’ leav
ing for Caspar W to Friday to
visit his sister and the Gordons