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weekend in Prineville, visiting | convalescing after minor surg- taken to Doctors Hospital
in gagement of
their daughter THE CLACKAMAS COUNTY NEWS
at the home of Polly’s brother, ery last week.
Oregon City last Thursday A Virginia Lee Shultz to
Estacada, Oregon, Friday, August 23, 1957
Raymond Steenson, and
The Sam Olmsteads have a M.following a severe stroke.
Lewis of Oregon City, the son
(By Margaret Ross)
tending the rodeo.
Ed Johnson came home from of Mrs.
Christine Manning. the 14 girls who arrived home I will be in charge of the
(Omitted Last Week)
Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Whislei Their son Sammy and his wifi the hospital last Friday, after Virginia is a senior at Estacada August 7th by plane from the gram.
Last week end the Shirley last Sunday attended the ann Carol o f Hood River, became | a month’s stay, and is
report- union high school and expects Hawaiian Islands.All of these
Burnetts enteitained a numbei ual Nebraska picnic at Jant- parents for the first time
on edly making a gradual recov- to complete her studies here. girls art Oregon and Portland SERVICES HELD FOR EX
o f Ethel Mae’s relatives: her en Beach in Portland.
Aug. 7, with the birth of a ba- ery.
No date has been set lor
the State students who went over
EAGLE CREEK MAN
sister Helen (Mrs. Hans) An
Mr. and Mrs.
Oscar Judd by boy.
I Mr. and
Mrs. Oscar Judd wedding.
Funeral services were held
to attend the
derson from Seattle, her bro drove to Battle Ground, Wash,
Mr. and Mrs. Lavern Jeppe- j spent the latter part
of last j
Hawaii summer courses.. The | August 5 in Dallas for Elmer
ther, W. T. Upton of Sunny- last Sunday to visit
an old son and three small children ol j week at Agate Bearh, sharing
da Tucker reports
a ! Powell, a former
side, W’ash., her borther-in-law girlhood friend of Anne’s.
Elgin, Ore., spent last week in j the vacation cottage of
sight to see the girls
disem Eagle Creek resident, who d i
and sister, ilev. and Mrs.(Myr
Sunday visitors o f the Ho this area visiting with relative; daughter’s family, the Jerry
barking from the
plane, all ed Aug. 1 in Amity.
tle) Gilbert Cays of Ashland, mer Glovers were their
sor in Woodburn and Oswego.
1 Todds o f Portland
By Myrtle Dmytryk
with newly aesuired tans, and ! born Sept. 24, 1877, in Huron
and Mr. Cays’
mother, Mrs. Clifton and his
Mr. and Mrs. Hubert West-
(Omitttd Last Week)
laden with leis and souveniers County. Ohio, was a Spanish
Myrtle Cays, of
Lakewood Mrs. Glover’s
Hazel erman were happily surprised home on the Shasta Daylight
Larry and Jerry Wahlstrom Nancy celebrated her
return American War veteran and a
Lowe and her husband, all oi by the visit of
friend; last Sunday night after a six- who have been residents
of home by having some of
her . etired logger. He and his wife,
Last Thursday Mrs.
from Seattle, Mr. and Mrs. Al- weeks visit with numerous re- this area for
years friends in last Tuesday, Aug. Vivia, had been married
Berg, a former
The Raymond Shaver family M
spent the : latives in central and south- have sold their farm and mov 13th, for a lunheon. Those pre 45 years.
resident, entertained at lunch- 0f Oswego, back from a vaca- week here with them. M rs.. Mrs
ern California.She was accom-
ed to the Thurston Wahlstrom sent were Mrs. Harold Oleson
Eagle Creek residents who
eon in he, Milwaukee
home tion at the beach, spent
thi Mrs Benge,the former Mrs. J. panied by her grandfather,Carl place in the George
district. and children. Tom, Glen, and attended the funeral were Mr
for th -ee local
Mrs. weekend here with Mrs. Sha- Baker, used to live
here in ‘ Ronnow, Sr., of Oakland, who New owners of the Springwa-
Laurn Beth, Mrs. Sim Dunlop and Mrs. Hank Suter, Mrs.Wm.
Tony ver’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. Eagle Creek.
i will spend
of weeks ter farm are Mr.
_ a , couple
and Mrs and babv Sharon,
and Mrs Hyde and Mrs. Homer Glover.
Buhlinger and Mrs. Hank Su- o. Gerber. Young Jimmy Sha-
Mrs. Bernice Dilley and hei here in Eagle Creek.
I Qeorge Gentemann. Mr. Gen- Robert Conner and baby Debo
ver remained here with
his daughters have moved to Port
Roy Gaylord returned home temann
going to be the new rah.
Mr. and Mi's. Forrest Linn
In the same day Maude Bur grandparents.
from Klamath Falls for a week agricultural teacher in the
The social night will be held
nett’s three sisters came
C. C. Davis came home for a
Mr. and Mrs.George Triplett end visit with his family. On Estacada High School
this at Springwater Grange Friday of Bronaugh. Mo. visited last
week at the home of Mr. and
from Portland for a visit and weekend visit with his sister and daughter Karen have mo Tuesday he returned tQ Klam- coming September The Gen
her Florence Cloninger, from M c ved from the same neighbor ath, taking his sister Barbara temanns have 5 children, foul evening, Adg. 23 at 6::30 PM. rs. Elmer Linn, who
Theda Tucker took over
the nephew. This was their first
Ethel Mai Minnville, where he is w ork hood to Sandy,
where Mrs for another two weeks at the boys and one giri. We are sor- office of lecturer
the trip out and they're
home of his cousins.
ing this summer.
Triplett teaches school.
ry to lose the Wahlstroms.and ; resignation of Myrtle Dmytryk back t0 live.
Weekend guests of the Ora
Nancy Whisler left on Mon would like to wish them every j
A small group o f teen-age
Last Friday evening Mr.and
Gaylords were Mrs. Gaylord’s Mrs. Ernest Douglas were en- young people of Westminster day for a week at Menucha,at
success in the future.
At the I
brother and sister-in-law, Mr tertained —
Presbyterian same time, we extend a very
and Mrs. Myron Shaner, and [ by Durwood and Helen Doug : Rev. Vernon Ross, spent part young peoples conference. Mrs.
hearty welcome to our
their two daughters,
Karen J las, who brought over a com o f last week working
on a Jesse
neighbors, the Gentemann fa
and Phoebe. The Shaners, whe plete chicken dinner.
campsite in Clear Creek can daughter to the camp, accom mily.
have been living in
Sunday visitors o f Dora and y °n. °n property
owned by panied by Mrs. Carl
The regular meeting of
age, Alaska, are enroute to e Nola Clester were the
Irvin Everett Shibley of Springwa- and Kathy, and Mr. Ronnow’s Springwater Grange was held
new home in Tacoma, Wash.
ter. Those who participated in father.
Johnsons of Portland..
last Saturday eve at 8 PM.The
Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Nelson
Wednesday afternoon Bar this rugged camping were Jim ! Last Sunday the Hank Su- Master, Del Gant, started nam
and daughters, Barbara
and bara Watkins saw her parents Buhlinger, Darrel Carver, Jim- ters went to McMinnville
to ing the committees for the an
Bonnie, spent the weekend at Mr. and Mrs. R. D.
Watkins my Melton, Dick Woodcock, attend a large family celebra- nual fair to
the coast, staying
at Agate off for a two weeks visit
in Eddie White, Nancy Whisler, Lon at the Emory Hess home. month.
Beach, near Newport, and dri London, Kentucky.
Michelle Wilson. Barbara Gay- honoring the birthday of
The Everett Shibley family
ving south to Florence on Sat
Mrs Tony Buhlinger enter lord,’ Sharon Nelson and Eliz- twin daughters of the Oliver are playing host to Miss Eliza
ed Portland Sanitarium
Iasi abeth Stephens. The girls and Suters. Also present were the beth Hampton of Tigard, whi
Mr. and Mrs. Gabe
Berry Monday to undergo major sur Mrs. Ross joined the oamp for '■ Herb Suter and Joe Thompson is spending the next two week-
only the last two days of the I families.
with the three Melton
1 here to help out with the Bible
Sunday visitors of Mr. and ! School currently being held a' j
and Jim Buhlinger, spent las'.
Mrs. Lawrence B. Sones is week
Eighteen members of West
the Springwater Presbyterian
went to Mrs. Emmet Jacobson of Can- i Church. Miss Hampton is the
| Portland last Sunday for
the non Beach
I daughter of Rev.
! mouthly meeting
of Youth n: i
,s of H1*5
minister now taking charge ol
Three things too much, and three too
I Presbytery again held at Lew Richards family were George’s th church here
is & Clark College campus.
Port 1 a rfrtS a n et
Elma Patterson and
little are pernisious to man; to speak of
i fnn m
£ T SmS’
Gary and Bradley,
THIS WEEK’S NEWS
much, and know little; to spend much,
Many local friends
ir; „¡i ht ,
- ., I weekend with her mother, Er-
Virgil Nelson fam ily: ma T
Lvle arrived on
j the passing of Mrs. Lora Poy-
and have little ; to presume much and be
a tte n d e d th e f a ir a t C a n b y F ri-1
r, z j
, , . t
ser last Sunday morning.
to o k his fa m ily
day eve; the Jesse Whisler fa
fortunate accident near Greg- mily on Saturday.
ham last Wednesday eve, as he
Sunday visitors at the home
was enroute t0 Portland Sanit IOOF and Rebekah picnic at o f Erma Tenny were her sis
arium to see his wife. His car Eagle Fern Park last Sunday ter and family, Mr. and Mrs.
the Tom Bard and son Jack of Fo
was much the worse for
the were the Ora Gaylords,
was Virgil Nelsons and the Shirley rest Grove.
Day and Night Service - A Local Institution
Emma Buhlinger returned
were dinner guests
home from the hospital
home of Eddie
Phone MOhawk 5-3794
Mr. and Mrs. Art Schultz of [Dmytryk on Sunday evening.
Mrs. Larkin Langston
was Eagle Creek, announce the en-
Nancy Tucker was
S w if t s
C A T T LE FE E D S
o f the proteins”
Carroll iFiutcnil ^ome
We Need Money Now.3! Prices Cut Below Cost!
A ll P rices Cash Only.
HORMEL’S PURE CHOPPED
PORK, Reg. 79c Lb.
25 Lb. BOX CUBE SUGAR
Reg. 19c Lb. 25 Lbs. $2.13
9 Lb. BOILED HAM
Reg. $1.35 Lb. NOW 75c Lb.
8 Jc Lb. By Box
Present Supply Only
Half or Whole
Present Supply Only
NO W49c Lb.
9 Lb. Tin at 45c Lb.
S ale Aug. 2 3 , 2 4 , 2 5 , 2 0
GRAPE CAN O POP
Reg. 6 for 59c, 12 for 59c
CASE of 48 $ 2.00
8 oz. Reg. 27c
Present Supply Only
SNOW’S CLAM CHOWDER
TAYLOR’S SWEET POTATOES
PILLSBURY CHOCOLATE CAKE MIX,
MARY KITCHEN ROAST BEEF HASH,
1 1 Lb. WHITE or DARK KARO SYRUP,
Large Size WHEATIES
3 F 0 ^ $ 1 .0 O
Any 3 to srake $ 1.0 0
25c Apiece to make $ 1.0 0
20c Apiece to make $ 1.0 0
3 FOR 50C
Any 3 to make 50c
RANCHO VEGETABLE SOUP’ 22 oz.
SWANSON’S EGG GIBLET DINNER,
SWANSON’S CHICKEN A LA KING,
SURE-SEAL CANNING W AX, 1 Lb.
FISHER’S WHOLE WHEAT CEREAL, 2 Lb. Reg. 31c
SUC At? n\DDYS
With Order of $10 or more
4 for $1-00
5 FOR $1-00
F R E E
By the Case Only
VEGETABLE $4.00 Save 1.50
TOMATO. Case 3.60 Save $1
MUSHROOM $5.68 Save $2
NOW 3 Lbs. for 59c
Present Supply Only
24 Lb P.OX GRANULATED
~UCAR, Reg. 2 for 27c
8 Ac Lb. By Box
Present Supply Only
B. & M. BAKED BEANS, 28 oz.,
PILLSBURY PANCAKE FLOUR,
2Lb., Reg. 37c
PILLSBURY FROSTING MIX,
Milk Chocolate, Fluffy White, Caramel or Chocolate
TEXACO 30 MOTOR OIL (LIMIT),
Reg. Qt. 45c
PILLSBURY BROWNIE MIX,
PREFERRED STOCK APPLE BUTTER,
BAKER’S COCOANUT, 1 Lb.
PORK and GRAVY, 1 IK. 12 nr.
Fillsbury WHITE ANGEL FOOD MIX,
Pillsbury CHOCOLATE CHIP ANGEL FOOD, Reg 39c
S Gal. STA-FLO STARCH
Pure WACOMA SORGHUM, (Limit 1),
3 F0 R 25 C
Any 3 to make 19c
Any 3 to make 25c
JIFFY CAKE MIX,
CUBE SUGAR, 1 Lb.
GRANULATED SUGAR, 1 Lb.
Dozens of items too numerous to mention, BELOW W H O LESALE!
Reg. 2 for45c
2 FOR Î 9 C
POWDERED SUGAR, 1 Lb.
BROWN UGAR, 1 Lb.
DASH DOG FOOD, 1 Lb.
CHINESE BEAN SPROUTS
RED HEART CAT FOOD,
SWIFT EGG YOLK BABY FOOD,
Reg. 2 for 29c
Reg. 2 for 29c
Reg. 2 for 35c
Reg. 2 for 43c
This Sale 'Bargain Room' O nly. We reserve the right to limit quanities
COFEIELD’S MARKET, Estacada