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8 THE CLACKAMAS COUNTY NEWS
Estacada, Oregon, Friday, Sept. 13, 1957
THIS PERSON A N D THAT
N O TIC E FOR BIDS
Sealed bids for gasoline w ill
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! be received by the City o f Es
say to these two women
and tacada at the City Hall; Esta
all others that unless your hus cada. Oregon; until 8 P.M.
band swings from the chande the 3d day o f
lier by his tail he mas be any Such bids shall be fo r the per
thing but a monkey.We knew iod o f one year from October 1,
a fello w who always put white 1957 to September 30th, 1958.
cat hairs on his ‘coat whenevei
A t the above time and place
he goes where he w ill meet a the bids w ill be thereafter pub
blonde and he is never sirened. licly opened and
She sees the white hairs
and City o f Estacada reserves
thinks some other blonde has right to postpone the awarding
beat her to him. But enough o f the bid fo r
time or to reject any and
There is a grave possibility bids and to waive minor infor
that more o f this thrilling tale malities.
may be published at
another R. R. COOKE, C ity Recorder
Back in the last century she
married a millionaire, an actor,
a preacher and an undertaker.
It didnt take the kids long
figure out what was going on
and that is
from: “ One for the money, two
for the show, three
ready and four to go.’
Mrs. Joe Weiderhold
Mr. and Mrs. John C. Foster
of Portland are the proud par-
ests o f a fine boy
John C. Jr.
born Sept. 4 at the Oregon City i There’s something really refreshing about a glass of cold milk,
or flavored milk drinks like the milk shake being shared by the
hospital. He weighed 6 lbs and
boy and girl above.
Nutritionally, too, milk is tremendously Important to growing
Mr. mid Mrs. Floyd Foster
young peopla. During summer vacation, while youngsters are away
the mWl sJlerns of school lunch programs, milk and other
The kids are back; In school George and Mr. and Mrs. Fred
basic, protective foods are specially essential, Bays the National
and may all o f them do
well. Prsuser o f Brent, Maryland.
A fam ily picnic was held at
One o f the first stories is told
Why do nutritionists recommend a quart of milk or more each
by a teacher: The class had Eagle Fern Park Sun. which in day for teen-agers? Because a quart of milk furnishes 82% of their
been instructed to w rite an es cluded Mrs. Elizabeth Chaney
day's need for calcium, 40% of needed protein, 83% of the recom
mended level for riboflavin, and substantial amounts of other vital
say on “ winter,’’and this one o f Milwaukie; her
nutrients needed for building sound bodies and maintaining buoy
“ In winter it is very and husband Mr. and Mrs.John
__ win- Schmitz of East Meadows,Long
cold. Many people die in
ter and many birds all go t0 a Island, N ew Y ork; Mr. and Mrs
Paul Beck and Sharon; Janice
Beth and Paula Jo o f M ilw au
kie; Mr. and Mrs. James
The married fan was having Chaney and sons Pat and Mike
an affair with two women. His of Portland; Mr. and Mrs. C M
w ife sued for divorce and said: Chaney and children Paul;Tom
“ I ’ll teach that rat
can t' and Georgia of Portland; Mr
hnrsday, Friday, Saturday. Seoi'amber 12 13-14
have his K ate and Edith too.” and Mrs. C. E. Lins asd
Frederick and Mr. and
last ^ ae ^eW erh old; Joseph; Mar-
ers t0 its lines. Since 1947 th e1 Washington over the 230,000-
, CHPiRUToN ‘
company’s average number of volt PGE line.
week a tiny black kitten
customers has jumped
^ d a y SO" K Was sun«
The 230,000 volt line w ill be out on the highway on Estaca- ° U^
171,986 to 238,192. ,
strung over H-frame structures da’s main street. A fe w feeti 0 M
- ¿ y
The new ‘backbone’ line w ill
from the west side o f the street
„„ „ „ ,
have a northern tie at Trout- with pressure treated Douglas the kitten felt dirty and com
dale with Bonneville
Powei fir poles from Linneman to Sa menced to clean up. It took a
ing Mr. and Mrs Austin
Administration, run t0
minute or two, thtn
K j O U W D .
drove to Troutdale and visited
Linneman substation west
In addition to the Troutdale- proceeded on its way. During
their neice and fam ily, Mr and
Gresham and then over a
50- to- Salem project, Warren an this time 37 drivers
o f cars
Tuesday, September 1 5 - 1 6 - 1 7
Mrs. Howard Stern.
m ile course to another new in nounced a transmirsion project either stopped, slowed down or
stallation east o f Salem. PGE which w ill carry energy from dodged the cat.
Scores w ill I
has purchased a 40 acre site on PG E ’s expanding
hydorelect- say to
“ O.K. Good i
east State street, 4 miles from ric facilities on the Clackamas work 1”
in th** lOimfiy of the year!
Salem, for the line’s southern river to a new snbstation term
New from the Kraft Kitchen!
terminus. The Linneman sub inus near Oregon City. Power
Look at that bunch o f cows!
M i « M>mnrilk illv pr*««« i *
station, where a 73 acre
site from North Fok dam, now un N ot bunch— herd. Heard what?
has been purchased, w ill
be der construction on the Clacka Heard o f cows!
Sure I have
shared with Pacific Pow er & mas river east of Estacada, and heard o f cows. I mean a cow
Light company which w ill put the expanded Faraday plant, herd. What do I care if a cow
some o f the output from
the w ill flow over two 115,000 volt heard— I didnt say anything I
S w ift dam projec in southwest lines.
A new transmission
which w ill form a ‘backbone’
the length o f Portland General
Electric company’s system, was
announced Thursday as a ma
jo r project for 1958
President Frank M. Warren,Jr.
Rights- of-way for the new
230,000 volt line which
serve as an integrated part of
the Northwest power pool grid
through the W illam ette valley
are being obtained by PGE.The
company plans to have the pro
ject, running from Troutdale to
Salem, completed late in 1958.
Designed to serve growing
loads the line w ill form
strong tie through the middle
o f PG E’s 2700 square m ile ser
vice area. In the past 10 years
PGE has added 66,205 custom
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LAUREN BAI ALI, m
F orm al Opening
Saturday, Sept. 14,
NEW LOCATION IN O l d
E s ta e a d a , O re .
P O S T 4 A F F I F E 1 ( 1 .I H ,
Phone Estacada CR. 9-3336
Sandy M U 7-2301
Mt. Hood Cleaners—Laundry
Serving Boring Barton and Eagle Creek Areas w ith Our Regular Route Service
Catering to all types of DRY CLEANING and LAU N D R Y. SHIRTS are our Laundry Specialty.
FA S T SERVICE at our New Ultra-modern Electric LAUNDERETTE!
Our policy is to give everything possible to better our service , so we appreciate your telling us when
wrong so we may correct it.
We also announce a necessary change in our Route M an. Due to his ill health, M r . Carson is introducing and recom
mending to you M r. Bob Bucket who has had training in our plant as well as on the route. We assure you of prompt and
co jrteous route service.
Sgeorfcil fo r Our O pening
Wash and Dry at our Estacarta launder s:*e, Saturday, Sept. 14th, O N LY , for 9 ^ a pound!
Sv>aWI*L(«f , *V| f:. 14 through Tuesday, .
> 7 - - Laundry Sh irts,--w ith your Dry Cleaning, 2 5 ^ each.
t our office or on the routes!
Saturday Only! COFFEE a n t . ? :* G NUTS for Adults! ICE CREAM CONES for the Kids fro m 9 A .M . to 1 P .M .!
Get Your Ticket At O lr O f
For Service at the Super Cream , Next Door!
M ' r.M