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About Estacada's Clackamas County news. (Estacada, Or.) 1957-1976 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 31, 1958)
A guest a t the Elwin Shibley |
home on Tuesday was Mrs. Iv- j
an Converse and little girl from J
W orking on their annual in-1
come tax report and visiting !
their parents Mr. and Mrs. S.E. j
Law rence were Mr. and M rs.Al
lan W iechman and daughters
Tam and Brenda this past Sun
5 THE CLACKAMAS COUNTY NEWS
Estacada, Oregon, Friday, January 31, 1958
L. J. Anderson .........................
Editor and P u b lish *
Published w eekly on Fridays at Estacada, C lackam as County,
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ond class m atter. Subscription rates in Clackam as County one
year $2.50; outside the county and in the State of Oregon one
year $3.50; outside the S tate of Oregon one vear $4.00. Sub
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10 Registered Bulls D elivered]
A nyw here - A nytim e
Route 2, box 470. Sandy
Call MU 7-3110
G arfield .................................................
Mrs. Ray G o rd on,
Mrs. L afaye Fouts
................ Mrs. Joe W iederhold
Eagle C reek
Mrs. M a rg a r'' Ross Eiiqls Creek
Mrs. Erm a Rich
Dodge ......................................................................... Mrs. Anne Justice
M argaret Ross)
C u r rin s v ille ...................................................... Mrs. Nellie C urrin Eagle (By Creek
ladies who a t
tended a stork shower last
in honor of Florence
SPECIALS - SPRINGWATER STORE Thursday
H artw ig at the home of Anne
Underwood in Estacada, inclu
M argaret Storey (Florences
Thar., Fri., Sat. Jan. 30-31, Feb. 1 ded
m other,) Leota Clark, Ruth
Nelson and M ar
Pictsweet Frozen PEAS, 10 oz.
3 for 55c Gaylord,Edna
Chets Frozen CHICKEN or BEEF PIES 4 for $1.00 W eekend visitors of M rs.M a
Pheasant SAUERKRAUT, 303s 10c, 2 As 15c r y Buhlinger w ere her son-in-
and daughter, Mr. and Mrs.
Fradelis Frozen CHICKEN DINNER,
Ea. 59c law
W. Rolstad from Brem erton,
FISHER’S CHEESE, 2 lb. Loaf
69c J. Wash.
visitors w ere
French’s PREPARED MUSTARD, 6 oz.
10c her son Sunday
and daughter-in-law ,
and Mrs. Ernest B uhlinger |
Pheasant TOMATO JUICE, 46 oz.
4 for $1.00 Mr.
Portland. T he Rolstads slept j
New Blue DUTCH CLEANSER,
2 for 25c at of the
Baley hom e dur- |
Campbell’s TOMATO SOUP,
3 for33c ing their George
Last Sunday th e Tony Buhl- I
4 pkgs. 33c inger
fam ily drove to W ishram ,
FREE COFFEE EACH SATURDAY
Wash, to visit Tony’s sister and
brotherin-law , Christine and
Earl H olbrook. They reported
W eekend guests at the Arnold th
at the rare and beautiful
hom e w ese Mrs. w eather
Mr. and Mrs. M. F. O tt of B B roadhurst
around here th at day
m other and broth didn’t stay
D odge and Mr. and Mrs Joe W. er, roadhurt’s
w ith them m uch
Erickson of M ilw aukie w ere lem. Monday they w ere lunch farther than the Columbia river
Sunday afternon callers at the eon guests of Mrs. Locy B road The Dick Day family last
E.E Aycock home. Mr. Erickson hurst of Estacada together w ith week welcomed the arrival of
is a brother of Mrs. Aycock. Bob and Lois Brown a n j Jack Mrs. D ay’s parents Mr. and M rs
Social night at the Spring-
Wm. Lester Joines from M arys
w ater G range F riday saw ab Broadhurst.
Cal.,for an extended visit
out 60 of the com m unity resi Arnold B roadhurst called o n 1 The Neal
Jeppesons have been
dents partaking of the good the H arry B roadhurst fam ily ‘baby sitting’
w ith the small
food and enjoying the slides while Bill and m any other children of their
taken by Bernice M iller on her Springw ater young people a t for the past ten son
recent trip to Hawaii. A collec tended the M arch of Dimes their daughter -in-law M while
tion was taken for the M arch dance at the high school in was in the hospital for surgery.
Kenny Ronnow was hom e for
M r and Mrs Donald Sager Estacada.
weekend during his end of
Virginia Johnson and Grace the
and fam ily spent Saturday at Closner
sem ester vacation from P a
of Redland visited Mrs the
the R obert Johnson hom e in Laura Tucker
U. in Forest Grove.
one day last cific
Also hom e for a week end
R eitha and Don Thomas and week.
isit w ith his fam ily was Jam es
fam ily spent Friday evening Mr. and Mrs. E verett Kiggins \ /iakrzew
from Oregon S tate
w ith th eir parents the D elbert w ith Mr. and Mrs. Rodney K ig College ski
gins drove to Portland and Sunday in visitors
W ord has been received that picked up Miss Joan Richmond Creek w ere the Rev. in M ark Eagle
Je rry Akins of the U. S. A ir and w ent on to spend the week Dr.
Corinne Cham berlin of
Force has com pleted his basic end at Roseburg visiting the Or Gresham
and Mrs. Della H enry
training at the Lackland A ir ville Richmond family.
Portland, a form er Eagle
Force base in Texas. He is now Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Tucker of
Creek resident who is a sister
being sent to a technical school visited Mr. and Mrs. W arren of
Hom er Glover.
Grove at Aloha Sunday.
for air plane mechanics.
Sunday’s church servi
D inner guests at the Bob Gi-
at Eagle C reek and George
llett home Sunday w ere M r.and I Friday evening honoring th e 1st ces
were conducted by th e local
Mrs. Lauby and children of birthday of little Suann M ann young
people of W estm inster
W oodbum and Mr. and Mrs. | at her home in Portland. H er Fellowship.
Charles E bner of Mt. Angel. m other Mrs. Charles M ann had On M onday evening the home
Congratulations are in order as her guests the grandparents \ of Nancy W hisler w as the
for Phyllis and Johnny Fitch. Mr. and M rs.Jim Sm ith and her scene
of a pot-luck supper and
T he Floyd Fitch fam ily attend aunt, Carol Sm ith.
m eeting for eight council m em
ed th e Q uivver R attlers Arch- Mr. and Mrs. Jack Akins vis bers
of W estm inster Fellowship
t ry shoot in Portland Sunday. ited Mrs. L aura Nielson of the and their
M rs. Fitch, Phyllis, won first C larkes district Saturday.
prize in the wom ens bow m en Mr. and Mrs. Russell Lehm an Last w eek the trustees of Ea
division and Johnny won sec of Dayton w ere dinner guests gle C reek C hurch raised the
ond place in the Peew ee divis of Mr. and Mrs. D elbert G ant old bell onto a new tow er w ith
Tuesday evening after which the assistance of Bob Paine, so
Mrs. W iley of S eattle is visit they all w ent to Estacada to a t that once again the church bell
w ill be heard on Sundays.
ing her sister M rs.M ary Millard tend Eastern S tar m eeting
Try a News
Here’s a brand new drink
idea that combines the popular
flavors of soda pop with the
healthfulness of nonfat dry
milk to create a Pet-Fizz.
This novel blending of milk
and carbonated beverage is
finding favor with both young
sters and parents. Its delicious
flavor and foamy milkshake
smoothness are enhanced by
fanciful pet anim al names
which appeal to children.
This sparkle and vitality
beverage has special interest
for mothers because it contains
nonfat dry milk with less than
1 per cent fat content, over 36
per cent energy-giving pro
tein. and all the B vitamins,
calcium, and phosphorus of
whole milk. It’s an ideal way
to add a nourishing milk prod-
act to soft drinks, and so
simple to make that the chil
dren themselves can mix it
Put two heaping teaspoons
erf New Pet Instant Nonfat Dry
Milk (just as it comes from
the package) in a tall glass.
Add a little of any flavor
chilled soda pop and stir to
dissolve. Then add enough
soda to All glass, stirring light
ly to fizz.
The “Pet nam es’’ for these
Pet-Fizzers are appropriate
to their sparkling appearance
and beautiful pastel colors.
Grape soda creates a “Pur
ple Poodle,” “Pink Pony” is
made from strawberry or
cream. Orange soda makes
an "Orang-e-tang,” and root
beer, a “Fizzly Bear.” Cola
drinks mix a “Cola Cow,” a
“Cool Canary” is made from
lemon, and ginger ale is a
For Pet-Fizz parties, chil
dren are encouraged to draw,
color, and cut out their favor
ite animals, cut two slits, and
slide them over the straws to
identify their drinks.
The new Pet-Fizz drinks
were created to demonstrate
the improved “instantizing”
of New Pet Instant which
was introduced this non )
a new flavor-saver, por
MORE w a t e r
FOR HEATING OIL
U N I O N OI L C O M P A N Y
L. L. JENKINS, Consignee
CR 9-3276, Office
T URBI NE PUMPS
Good Sunday, Monday, Tuesday and
If your problem is pumping more water while
keeping costs down, the answer is the Jacuzzi
Submersible turbine pump. Both the electrio
motor and the pump are installed ht the well
and below the water level. Pumping is thus a
PUSHING action instead of suction lift.
Higher efficiency means more water from
greater depths at less cost. Ask for illustrated
Wednesday, February 2-3-4-5
Id e a l for pressure systems
and sprinkler Irrigation
Vs Gal. 7 9 c
F. C. PAULI & LEWIS PAULI
Phone CR 9-3774 and CR 9-3892
A T H O R N E R ’S
STO R E
SU N D A Y . M O N D A Y, T U E S D A Y , W E D N E SD A Y
Of A ll Kinds
WHY NOT let the job department
of your home-town newspaper
supply all your printing needs —
C. & H. Brown or Powder
SUGAR, 2 lbs. for 1 9 c
O O U P O .I G O O D
O N L Y A T H O R N E R 'S B I G T H IE F
STO R E
SU N D A Y . M O N D A Y. T U E SD A Y , W ED N E SD A Y
GUILD XMAS SALE
REPORTED BIG SUCCESS
The M arian G uild m eeting
Serve Science at OSC
for January was w ell attended.
Zee W AX PAPER
New m em bers were Mrs. Ray
F'earson, Mrs. H. M unns, Mrs.
Neal and Mrs. M. D unstan.Re
100 ft. Roll 1 5 c
ports of the different com m it
tees w ere given including a fi
nancial report on the Guild’s
Christm as sale w hich showed
]a satisfactory profit.
CO UPO N G O O D O N L Y A T H O R N E R 'S R IO C H IE F
The Guild would like to take
STO R E
this opportunity of thanking,
SU N D A Y , M O N D A Y. T U E S D A Y , W ED N E SD A Y
first, all those who worked so
conscientiously to m ake the
sale possible; to Mr. Newell for
providing the place, and last
but certainly not least to all
those who patronized the sale
and m ade it surli a grand suc
FNTERTAINS FOR SON’S
NINTH BIRTHDAY SAT.
Mrs. B etty Pickelseim er e n -'
tetertained Saturday at her
t ome in honor of her sot.
Pheasant, Plain or Iodized^ c . s
M ike’s 9th birthday. Children
at the party were K aren Doors,
i Pauline Reynolds. Sondra P et
ersen, Diane C arr, Debbie
SALT, 26 oz. ctn. 9 C
Bruce, Greg Bruce, Paul S an
ders, Rudy Schultz, Jerry Pic
kelseim er and H anry C am pan
COUPON G O O D O N LY AT H O R N E R 8 B IO C H I U g t
STO R E
SU N D A Y . M O N D AY. T U E S D A Y , W E D N E SD A Y
THETA RHO GIRLS
TO INITIATE FEB. 6
A lpha Lambda T heta Rho
G irls’ Club will hold a m eeting
Thursday, Feb. 6th for the Init
iation of 11 new members.
T heir m eeting Jan. 29th will
be im portant to all members Coupons Good February 2-S-4-5 Only
are urged to attend. They
OREGON STATE COLLEGE—White rats being fed irradiated who
inviting the honorary
Dod s at Oregon State college go on the scale each week to see whether
em bers of the club and the
he special diet is affecting growth. Rats are also checked to *ee m R ebekah
mem bers. The
rhether length of life, number of offspring, or body tissues are T heta Rho Lodge
girls are now hold
hanged. No differences have been found. Since trials were started
ing a m em bershi drive.
n 1054. the college has received >128.000 In research grants. Dr
Idward C. Bubl, agricultural chemist, shown here. Is in charge
•oods are irradiated at the atomic energy reactor, Idaho Falls. Ida, REV. BOLMGER HONORED
nd shipped to OSC in cans. Pork, peaches, carrots, and jam are
ON HER BIRTHDAY
est foods. Irradiated foods can be stored at room temperature for
A group of 14 women of the
ong periods. They are not “radioactive” and may soon be on M ethodist
church honored Rev.
Violet Bolliger w ith a pot luck
luncheon on her birthday one
last week at the home of
rhe sooner news and advertising is in day
Mrs. Louise Douglass. Special
guests were the m other and
sister of Rev Bolliger who came
>ur office - the better! Tues. Deadline! from