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ganized or the coming season from first
ed. o each month in paper bags Pastor Wendell boat riding on the lake.
and assigned the differed pro-
was Seward of Coton
the John Gillettes and the
grams to be given during the house guest of Alice Ellen Ea- challenginp message
Courtains attended the Clack-
(By Mrs. Erma Rich)
pear. Last year’s Secret
Pals den last Friday evening.
At the State Fair Mrs. Min On Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Vern amas School Carnival.
Mr s LeeGregson and child were revealed after members
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| ren spent the week end visiting had ,tried to guess who
their nie Forman won honors. The Hainline and family and
Cattle and Mrs. Bill Siedell and fam-
I friends and relatives at Prine- Secret Pals were.
Lake A N e w s A d . W ill Sell It
Club presented her a Breeder's ly drove up to Timothy
For You R e a l Quick
first prize ribbon for the aged and had a picnic and
Boring Rebekah lodge met OFFERINGS t h i s w e e k
L. J. Anderson
Editor and Publisher
Published weexly on Fridays at Estacada, Clackamas County, Sept. 5 with Noble Grand Mr .
AT BROADWAY THEATRE cow and second prize for
Oregon. Entered in the postoftice at Estacada, Oregon, as sec Lela Hoffmeister in the chair.' The regular show will be can best utter. The cows were en
of celled this Thurs. Sept. 19
to tered by Wallece Asholf of Bor
ond class matter Subscription rates in Clackamas County one This was the first meeting
year S2.50; outside the county and in the State of Oregon one the lodge after vacatiosing in ge replaced by the Rod & Gun ing, whom she he sold them to
July and August; 20 members | Club’s 6th annual sport show sometime ago.
year $3.50; outside the State o f Oregon one vear $4.00.
Sub . were
Committee j at the Broadway theatre.
A started raining Guernesy cat
scriptions payable in advance.
[ Mrs. Trudy Meier
vice grand' special show will run first af tle in 1921 and has raised about
| and her twi supporters Mrs.Mu- ter which the drawing for the 100 herd in her time.
Maureen Coffin and
_ Ray ______
Gordon riel Markham and Mrs. Peggy prizes will be held.
Mrs. Lafaye Fouls Clark told of the plans to make
The big picture of the week Guthu certainly look cut this
Mrs. Joe Wiederhold i more interesting meetings. N a-! at the Broadway is
the new ypar at school. The girls have
Mrs. Margaret Ross mes were drawn for
hankit comedy ‘Bernadine’— A story worn long pig tails to
Mrs. Erma Rich pals; also the past Noble Grand j 0f energetic teenagers in school a11 the time and now have theii
Mrs. Anne Justice j Club gave a gift for the Early | antj ¡n jove ith Jife.
starring hair short and curled.Also they
Mrs. Nellie Currin
sensation Pat abandoned wearing jeans
Mrs. Myrtle Dmytryk Bird prize that is to get mem- j the
bers to lodge; if you are in the j Boone with Terry Moore Janet school but one can almost bet
lodge before 5 minutes to
8 j Gaynor and
Jagger they got them on as
| you get a number. Mrs. Alberta j Young Boone sings three songs school is out so they can
j Frost won the first prize. The Bernadine
tune their horees they love so much.
J next meeting will be Sept. 19. Tencnique’ and ’Love Letters The girls are in the 7th grade
Mrs. Marilyn (Marnham) Co- in the Sand’ in a story woven ibis year.
Speak with contempt o f no man.
bo and little daughter
Lesa around boys in
The Crusaders for Christ met
j have been visiting her parents their dates and parents. This last Saturday evening at
Everyone hath a tender sense of
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Markham picture is wonderful entertain- Bonney place in Redland and
reputation. And eveiy man hath u
after spending the past 5 mon- ment for everyone not only the spent the early part of the ev-
! ths in
Alexander; Virginia; younger set.
ening swimming in the heated
sting, which he may, if provoked too
where her husband
Second feature ‘The Shadow pool.
School Days was the
far ------- dart out at one time or
been serfing his time in the U. On The Window’ with Phil Ca theme of the party which fol
S. Army. Mrs. Cobo and Lisa rey and Betty Garrett. A sus lowed and best costumes were
have gone to
Klamath Falls pense picture where a secretary chosen by adult judges. Leola
I where they are to make their sees her boss murdered; then is Wright reported in the chapters
Her husband will join held captive by
killer* if Matthew assigned for tne
them after the first of
de^ ded what
week and tne entire
when he receives his discharge. with her. Suspense builds up as wrote answers to a quiz. Teams
He will be employed in te U.S. i the detective follows the clues; 1 headed by
Day and Night Service - A Local Institution
Forestry at Klamath Falls.
one by one that lead him to the and Marrene Eaden are striving
Mrs. Ted Cobo was honored murderers.
for points in weekly quizzes.
Phone MOhawk 5-3794
with a pink and blue shower; Sunday through Tuesday_Following refresments which
luesday eve^Sept.3 at the home Rock Hudson and Dana Wynter were served ar school lunches
S ° mPt° n K 7 ith I supported by the popuar young ---------------------------*-------
Mrs. Matt Shields as co-hostess., Sidney p0itier in ‘Something
Decorations were of large bou-1 0 f Value.’ A technicolor pic
quets of dahlias; a pink umbrel- ture fUmed under governmH
la hanging from light fixtures protection in deepest Africa in
with small pompom
dahlias the dreaded Mau Mau counrt
hanging on the tips of the urn The protrayal of two
brel a. Mrs. Tuttle played the | men who had bcen raisedy
pre-cools corn —
electric organ during the even- brothers but ho became separ-
ing in soft tones which
was ated through the cruelty of an-
doubles dem and.”
very impressive. Mrs. Cobo op- other whlte man
ened her gifts and was assisted they meet one ,g the leader
by her sisters Sharon and Kay the MauMau and the other
Lunch was angel peace officer
Next W e e k -
says Air. Cecil W ill
A great true adventure picture
and coffee. The guests enjoy filmed in color under water—
o f Dayton, Oregon
ed eating on the lovely patio.
‘The Silent World’ and
This present were Mrs.Marilyn Town’ with Spencer Tracy and
Cobo; Mrs. Walter Markham; Micky Rooney.
Mrs. Earl Meier;
Meier; Mrs. Jim Knox;
Mrs. John Kaston;
Gregson; Mrs. Tom Gregnon;
Mrs. Ezra Mcnser; Mrs. Virgil
By Mary Gillett
Frost; Mrs. Norval Naas; Mrs.
Mrs. Nancy held its first monthly meeting i
E a c h c ra te of c o rn la p laced o n e
c o n v e y o r b e lt w here it passes
Massie; Mrs. Don Koch; Mrs. Friday, Sept. 6th.The teachers)
u n d e r th e refrigerated coils of the
cooler to seal-in g arden freshness.
Paul Hill;Miss Edith Anderson; and school
Mrs. Matt Shields;
Mrs. Otis were honored. Mrs. Louis Cof
Rich; Mrs. H. C. Compton;Mrs fin decorated the table
Tuttle; Misses Sharon and Kay fall la vend«» flowers and can
For a n y needed help or
Deloris Gregson; dies. Place cards made of pink
“ Retaining the G A R D E N FRESHNESS o f c o m is the big
inform otion contact your
Mrs Wallace Aschoff. ,
paper with the honor
problem that grower and retailers face. We have solved this
PG E R ural Service
Mrs. Viola Lake has moved names and a lavender flower
problem by the installation o f an automatic hydra-cooled tank
to an apartment in
Gresham. attached to them. Miss Fannie
powered by PGE electricity. Immediately upon harvesting, each
Since selling her home here she Mulkins. Mrs. M. Elstead,Louis
crate o f corn is automatically chilled at 38 degrees for a 20-minute
has been in Florida with
cycle. This preserves the tenderness and sweetness for a minimum
D on M atthew s.. . .M O 5-3121
youngest daughter and
since Eichner, Chas. Snowley were
o f 5 days.
coming home spent most
of guests. Vic Forman was absent.
“ Since the installation o f this electric cooler I've been getting 25
Earl P rickett.. . .H illsboro 921
her time with
the \yallace Teachers wore glad
cents more per crate, and when you consider that at the peak o f
Aschoff family at Boring.
made by Mrs. Grace Still.Com
the season we run 300 crates a day . . . that’s an extra $75.
Mrs. Amanda Carlson had her Club officers this year are the
Don L ow e...........Newbcrg 341
“ W e also irrigate over 100 acres and it has doubled our
two grandchildren o f Portland same as last
production.” “ There’s no doubt about it,” says M r. W ill, “ PGE
O R E G O N C IT Y
visiting her or three days re Wright pres. Mrs. Louis Coffin
electricity makes me m oney.”
Floyd R ader.Oregon City 5261
rice-pres., Mrs. Les Courtain.
If you are a PGE customer contact your nearest PGE rural
Community Sec. and Treas. Room mothers;
P O R TL A N D
service representative for free suggestions on how electricity can
Church celebrated its 50th an are Little room;
Robert Seaberg.CApitol 8-7181
niversary Sunday Sept. ^ .S e r Snowley, assisted by Mrs. Les
vices were from 11 to 12 with Courtain and Big room: Mrs
Dick Garinger .. Empire 39211
Rev. Paul Ackerman. The new Jim Bomatti assisted by
district supt. also spoke
and Louis Coffin.
Rev. Fletcher Connel who help
Louis Coffin has just
ed so much with the building pleted the new bridge approach
Earl Prickett.. .St. Helens 113
program also spoke.
Coffee to their home
O regon’« Pioneer Electric Utility
hour followed the service.
Creek. Made o concrete pier
and logs and short end 50 feet
with a fill in.
l / ' C h e c k a n d s e e — a n d y o u ’ll a g r e e
Tuesday noon Barton
host for a teachers
(By ANNE JUSTICE)
Mr. and Mr. Wm. Wagner of for the teachers in the Barton
Estacada announce the engage area. The children were all dis
ment of their daughter Karen missed at noon.
K E E P IT W O R K IN G F O R Y O U !
The School Board has been
to Gerald Weiblen the son
Mr. and Mrs. Foster Weiblen of changed to the first
wedding is planned. Karen if
a graduate o f Estacada Union
High School and
W l t r i r e r You G o . . . W kefever torn Do .
working in Portland.
Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Ott have
recently received a letter from
protected. State Auto’s RECREATION POLICY Is
Lt. Cal. Richard Hoban
Just One Dollar buys a Savings Account at the Estacada
la amount from $5.000 to $25.000 fa r
tor terms ol ) to VO days
Commander of the 717
accidaatal daatfc PLU S $500 fo
f r aach $5,000 co vo raja for m odica!
bardment Squadron Heavy at
Branch of the First State Bank of Mihvaukie and the
aapantas. (Saa rote tabla batear).
Ellsworth Air Force Base
opportunity to start building your financial security by
r ic r ia t io n
letter told o an award to their
regular and systematic savings.
son Technical Sergeant Richard
Sports • C rateas
»y Load, Saa. Ate
Sgt. Ott was chosen
Earn 2£ per cent on all savings . . . 3 on three-year
deposit certificates. See our new account department/today.
fioned officer in the 28th Per
YOUR CH O ICE OF THE FOLLOW ING PLANS
f o lé O o ff It A moro*» oo 4 H r N rfedi lo éh w H é b l e te d e b l i b *
for the period from January 1st
$ 1 0 .0 0 0
A U i.U U
to June 30, 1957. Col. Hoban
praised Sgt. Ott for his devo
M iJ ic .l
tion to the Air Force and
P R EM IU M
M I M 'U U
P R EM IU M
his dedication to his work.
Sgt.Ott called his parents from
night. He had been sent there
with his six man crew to p ic k !
up a new B-52. He returnee 1
to Elizabeth Air Force Base on,
This hot dry weather has real
ly played havoc with the wellf
5 .1 0
Earn 2 A per cent on all savings
in Dodge. Several families are
2 0 .2 5
competrly out o water. A few
3 per cent on three year
days rain would certainly
N O W A I T I N O — your State A u to agaal will issuo your policy
above the elbow when he fell
off a l o ’ while playing
week. Th? arm is in a cast and
-AUTH ORIZED A G EN T -
Stevie ha; herP
friends autograph the cast.
All deposits insured to $10,000 by
The Dodge Extession
met at the Community Hall on
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
Tuesday Sept. 10. The Unit or-
THE CLACKAMAS COUNTY NEWS
Estacada, Oregon, Friday Sept. 20, 1957
IW T Y N m
* FENCING, Stock and Chicken
* PLACTIC HOSE and fittings
* FARM HAND TOOLS, all types
On your commercial fertilizers!
IVe give S. & H. Green Stamps!
E S T A C A D A FEED & SEED
Carroll Jfiutrnil Hunte
For Delivery Phone CR. 9-3974
"P G E ELEC TRIC IT Y
and the return of
"LITTLE ELVIS" DOYLE with
The Doyle Trio
FRIDAY and SATURDAY
Come Early - - Rock 'N Roll to
"I’m getting top p rice s, too”
REAL COOL MUSIC!
Join the tun every Sunday
Afternoon with Cy Shannon and
h is " Rancheros"
TUESDAY IS SPAGHETTI NIGHT
P O R TLA N D G EN ER A L
E L E C T R IC C O M P A N Y
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