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L A S T RITES FOR
i Services w ere Jan. 23 at 1:30
the handsome matador a poi I A fter the regular
F R A N K PETER W ILSO N P.M. at Clayville Chapel, Esta-
gnant story o f the hurts and be there w ill be entertainment an d '
Frank Peter Wilson"died at a cada. Rev. Violet Bolliger of-
wilderment o f our war
torn this w ill be open to the pubic. |
By LaFaye Fouts
on* floated. Harding Grange partic-
Sandy Nursing Home jan. zu.
Wednesday- a Haugen and
| ipated. He had been a grange
ing picture involving teenagers
western - Forty Guns’ and
a are on the committee to plan Bennetts were visited by their Oregon City and lived in .the j member 64 y e a n
¡•nil their hot rods.
new science fiction ‘The 27th for a play as a money-making
Starts Sunday— Ernest Hem
was ln Logan cem
project to raise money to send and sons Clifton and Dei ral o f Logan area for many years.
ingway’s “ The Sun Also Rises’
, the girls to the grand
session New Plymouth. Idaho. Clifton
Eldred is the Pres, o f the F F A
Now playing at the
Broad with an all star cast including
tor the State of Idaho.
way Theatre, James Fennimore Tyrone Power, Ava Gardner, BETHEL G IRLS P L A N
the.Bennetts and various other
C E LE B R ATIO N FEB. 17
Cooper’s famous novel
“ The Mi l Ferrer.Errol Flynn and Ed
Bethel No. 54, Intenational
residents o f this vicinity here
Deerslayer” is brought to
the die Albert. Dealing with what
vacationed in Hawaii, he was
screen as a thrilling
cinema- is caled the ‘lost generation’ af Order of Jobs Daughters held
visiting the various chap
The young ter W oild W ar I-four ex-sold- its second meeting of the new
•for JWfclWHT™'rT*aalg‘g 'JI also
ters connected with
white lad, who has been raised iers and one girl.One suffers in term on Monday, January 20 in
THUR. FRI. SAT. Jan. 30-Feb.l both in Hawaii and in Honolulu
by friendly Mohican Indians is curable injuries with which he the Masonic temple.
The new modern feed for all livestock!
| on the island of Oohu. He was
A friendship meeting is be James Fennimore Cooper’s
played by Lex Barker. Forest finds himself greatly handicap
a guest o f various agriculture
Tucker plays the
supporting ped so loses himself in news ing planned for February 17 at
divisions and also
role with lovely
Rita Moreno paper work. Miss Gardner loves which time the
and Cathy O ’Donnell as the old I ut never understands him at; w ill celebiate their third year with LEX BARKER, FOREST | homes. He took a great many
pictures of the people in
as an organization here in Esta
fur traders daughters. A very
Mexican cada. Gladstone, Oregon City, TU CKER and R IT A MORENO Islands.
oxciting picture o f early A m eri r.ntside the famous
' He showed pictures at the home
can days. Second feature ‘Hot bull ring she is about to marry Molalla and Gresham Bethels LEIG H SNOWDEN and
I o f Mr and Mrs. Ed Hodgkiss
are invited to the celebration.
RIC H AR D H A R T U N IA N in
on Sunday evening; the Carl
/ / L i . « , rs. -I r ___ L I-/ / Bennetts, Esther Weston, Rev. Bulk, 6-ton load . $42T
Bulk, 6-ton load .. $53T
i ,tnd Mrs. Verne Renaud,, Flora Sacked 15-ton Id. $45T
Sacked, 15-ton Id. $55T
SUN. MON. TUE. Feb. 2-3-4 : Ware. Estacada, and Ray
Including Hauling, Butchering. Cooling, Cut-
Sacked, by the ton $47T
Sacked, by the ton $57T
**■*--* * ‘ »
the 80-lb. sack $2.50
iN n^’-al Sheet Metal
tin, wrapped and delivered for 6c lb.
iheir monthly meet at the home
Pork 8c lb
>f Mrs. Stanley Fouts. Meeting
Available Now — Prices FOB Canby
was called to order by
Cooling, cut, wrapped and delivered, 4c lb.
Ficken in absence o f Pres. Vida
: Peck, who is visiting in Calif.
TYR O N E POWER
— Other mixtures available on order—
;Vays o f making
ERROL F L Y N N
Phone M U 7-3831
A V A G ARDNER
ed w ere discussed.
Dial CR. 9-5145
A short demostration on the
EDDIE A L B E R T
A rt o f G ift Wrapping was g iv
en by Mable Jubb and Minerva
At Lone Elder
Phone Canby 2310
A Chinese dinner was served
to the 29 guests and members
by the hostess. The dinner con
sisted of egg flow er soup, fried
rice and beef chow mein.
A fte r the dishes w re cleared
away a surprise baby shower
was held on Mrs. Don Fickens.
She received many lovely gifts.
Mother and babe came home The grandparents are Mr. and elected.
A L L D A Y SEW ING MEET
Friday night Mr. and
Members of the local A m eri Jan. 23. They had not named Mrs. Oliver Gerber. Mrs. Nena
Aithnr Gard stayed all
Tracy is the great grand moth- P A P E R DRIVE TH IS SAT.
can Legion Auxiliary w ill hold the baby as yet.
Mr. and Mrs. F. E.
Dooley i er, all of Estacada.
The Church o f God w ill be with the Carl Bennett’s. Mrs.
an all day sewing meeting
M cCULLO CH C H A IN S A W SALES
around this Saturday, Feb. 1st Gard is Mr.Bennett’s sister and
the Legion hall this Friday,Jan. w ere Sunday visitors
Local floor sander Don Carl lo pick up your old newspap they are from Portland.
Pot luck lunch at noon. I home o f Mr.and Mrs. Tom Man-
A N D SERVICE
i ton; also of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. son of Eagle Creek entertained ers and magazines ,etc. The pa I On Sunday the Bennetts were
Tripplett, who are cousins
of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Peterson and pers w ill be picked up at 10:30 guests at a birthday dinner at
Is Available at the following shops:
Mrs. Russell Reed
is home Mrs. Dooley. Both families live Sandra last Sunday, here San A M. Please have them placed the home o f another
again after spending a week in in the Sandy area.
front Bennetts sisters in Portland, Mr I
dra enjoyed an afternoon
of in bundles on
ynd Mr. Kenneth Hall
St. Vincent’s hospital fo r treat
Mr.Jack Thomas reports that
ment fo r her ankle
there is a new class of pattern
sometime ago. It is now improv
Mr. and Mrs. Ernie
B erry growers o f this
area FOOD SALE TH IS SAT.
meyer are parents o f a new ba are urged to make plans to at
A T NEW S OFFICE dancing under direction of A1
Maurene Ann, tend the first annual meeting
The Marian Guild o f St. A l- Aim at the
Church w ill school cafeteria every 1st and
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Taylor weight 10 lbs. bom in Emman of the Northwest Berry G row oysius Catholic
This is ers Association to be held
in hold a food sale in the Clacka 3rd Monday. On the 2nd and
have a new son, nine pounds,six uel hospital Jan. 23.
4th Thursday a new begisners
ounces, born in Oregon
City their fifth child, all girls. They the Woodburn Arm ory on Mon mas County News lobby Satur square dance is starting; on the
day, Feb. 1, starting at
hospital Jan. 21. This is
their are Jeanine Ann.Marcene Ann, day, Feb. 3 at 10:30 A.M.
1st and 3rd Saturday
Permanent officers w ill be A. M.
sixth child, 3 boys and 3 girls. Ralene Ann and Collene Ann.
Mr. Margie Mombert is visit- ]
ing in Los Angeles for 10 days
w it her mother. Her husband,
310 S. E. Stevens, Portland
Mr. Mombert has just returned
! from a weeks visit with his sis-
W e are sorry for your temporary inconvenience
! ter in Sweet Home.
Marvin Allens have
I caught tw o fo x in
week. Allens raise turkeys and,
the fox stay around pretty close j
310 S. E. Stevens. Portland
A birthday dinner celebra
tion in honor o f
Cole as held last Sunday with
the help of her fam ily, the I.W.
Coles, Joe and Don Cole famil- [
ies and the John Cole
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Thomas
'vere dinner guests at the home
o f their daughter and fam ily,
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Huntly
CRISP, C R A C K L IN G HEADS FOR S A L A D
of Portland The special occas- I
LOVERS at C U R R IN S V IL LE ’ SPECIAL PRICE! ion was in honor o f Mr.Thomas’ i
Mrs. Thomas received word ]
from her daughter
Mountain Home,Idaho, that her
husband S-Sgt. James Spence
C A L IF O R N IA CROP
has returned from Guam where
he was on duty fo r the past 3
2 Door Sedan, R. & H.
Dinner guests at
the Bill j
Carnes home last Sunday were ;
Q O C A A
Mr. and Mrs. Dave MacCullum
2 Door, R. & H. Powerglide^J^filtJ U v
of Portland. A fte r dinner the i
941 IN T E R N A T IO N A L
drove up the Clackamas.
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Grady
% Ton, Flat bed - As is
were visited by Mrs.
Mrs. E ffie Miles
children of Seattle last w eek
1955 CHEV. V-8 BEL AIR 4 S C M " A A
THE C LA C K A M A S C O U N TY NEWS
Estacada, Oregon, Friday, January 31, 1958
Mas Big Program
M EAT CUT FOR LOCKERS
A . T . Bcnshoof
i "Hot Rod Ramblo
"The Sun Also
HINKS SHEEP SERVICE
I'u iT in sv iile S to r e
Attention - McCulloch Chain Saw
C O M M U M Y B U U ETIN
Users of the Estacada Area . . .
Molalla McCulloch Shop
Hw m oun¿i
REDEEM YOUR KRAFT COUPONS
2 lb. pkg. 4 9 c
Mock CHICKEN LEGS,
Qt. 6 9 c
Q t. 5 9 c
R E G U LA R or DRIP — SA V E 10c
1 lb. tin 6 9 e
4 for 3 5 c
lb. 4 9 c
draffs Miracle M ARGARINE lb. 3 3 c
SO E C O N O M IC A L A N D N U T R IT IO U S
lb. 3 5 c
F A N C Y - FRESH
Velveeta CHEESE FOOD
2 Lb. Loaf
S A N T IA M B LU E L A K E V A R IE T Y
GREEN BEANS 303's 3 for 5 0 c
175 0 0
Dry Yellow ONIONS 5 lb- bag 2 9 e
Kraft's SALAD OIL
lb. 5 9 c
iked Car Special
2Heads f o r 2 9 c
Q U ALITY M EA T S
NORTH WEST LOGGER SUPPLY
We Reserve the Right to Limit
Tower Equipment Co.
Prices for Friday &
Saturday, Jan. 31 and
A M E R IC A ’S F A V O R IT E !
Qt. 5 3 c
P IL L SB U R Y
Fresh Dough BISCUITS, 2 pkgs. 2 9 c
Currinsvllle ■ Market
C R 9 -3 8 2 6
15 0 0 0
Guests at the Fout s home last |
Friday were Mr. and Mrs. Dar
ius Fouts of Molalla and Mrs. '■
•ra Fouts o f Milwaukie. Mrs. |
Ita Fouts stayed for the w eek
Mr. and Mrs. A lfred P itte e of |
Portland visited with Mr. and
Mrs. Verne Riedel last Sunday.
Mr. Pattee is Mrs. Riedels bro- I
Mr. and Mrs. M erle Weston
also drove up the
last Sunday to see the new dam
The Viola CommunityChurcn
Junior Choir held their month
ly social at the home of Daryl-
ane Vestal Friday.
The 4H Club under the Read
ership o f Ila Skinner
field trip to Joe Bies
stables at Beaverton. They re
the Hinkson home
where the regular meeting was
held and refreshments served.
Mr. and Mrs. John M cKenzie
had a scare last week.
mother. Mrs.Caroline McKenzie
and their year
Trudie were hit by a train
Gladstone. Lucky neither one
was hurt although the back of
the back of the car was well-
Mrs. Sam Haines
entertained Thursday eve. last
week Mr and Mrs Chuck Beal
and family. The dinner was in
honor o f
Mr. Haines' sister,
■ A lice Haines’ birthday.
4 Door R. & H. Power- J L «>
glide, 2-tone, W SW Tires
30,000 Actual miles!
;S5J FORD C R O W N VICT. *fl C Q l C A A
-teal sharp. R. & H. Auto,
lransm. Elect. Seat, Power-pac
1957 C H E V 210 CLB. CPE 4 Q A A . A A
V-8 Powerglide R . & H . l O i / V U U
1956 CHEV. CLB. CPE
1 £ A C A A
Red & White V-8 Power-
glide, R. & H.
W E H A V E N E W CH E V R O LE TS W IT H A
BIG CHOICE OF B O D Y STYLES A N D C O L
ORS FOR IM M EDIATE D E LIVE R Y!
WE ALSO H AVE A NICE CHOICE OF i
TON PICPU PS!