Image provided by: Portland General Electric; Portland, OR.
About Estacada's Clackamas County news. (Estacada, Or.) 1957-1976 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 21, 1958)
daughter and family. Mrs. Bar-1
The visitation at
Garfield atter have returned from their I
beres passed away about a year Grange the 11th had 109 in at- trip to White Sands, IN. •
tendance.Ten granges were rep- had a good trip and visi e re j
. „ 7
77“ | Visiting at the Dewey Qualls resented Maplewood had charge atives in L. A. and other p c-
ers (Dolores Dernovek) are the Mo
8were Mr and
meeting and were
5a es in Caif. and
proud parents o f a son
Lyantz of Colton.Mrs. Lan- strong; Garfield had 31.
Our night with old neighbors the
Gerard born Fety l l a t S t Y,in-1 (z had tK.,.n quite iU but
had Gilbert Gilgans now living in
(By Leila Gordon)
cent s In.^pital m Portland The fee,jng much better.
charge o f the program compos- Florence, Ore.In the week they
The Garfield Home Ext. will young man tipped the scales a t( Mt-<. Irihr, Ablv„ , has heen ,.H nf <nnm nnH skits: and the were away they
Mrs. John Abbott has been ed of songs and skits: and
meet with Daisy Riley Feb. 26 _ ..
with Mrs. Leslie Cansler as co
Mr and Mrs. Oliver Taylor j
has had quite a seige of it but is imentary proceedure:
hostess. Meeting start at 10 A. Ted
This is their Q R no£ visiting‘ at the
us remember );Ur formerly of Estacada and now
M.Subject "'Chinese Cooking.” first grandson and grandma is
The hostess will serve the din in Portland helping care for the botts the past week were their manners in a meeting Mrs. Eva proud paients of a son Delvin ■
ner for a nominal
charge to young man.
members and friends o f the Ext. Frank Barberes, father of Mrs. 'Jr. and little girls Michele anil decorate the 7 tables and piano Wayne born Feb. 5. This is the ,
first boy; they have 4 girls.
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Child- T. Dernovek is living with his I Cristi. Sh ‘ returned home Mon. and all enjoyed them and near-
Mr. and Mrs. Chuck
| Mrs. Abbott is den
mother ly everyone took home a blos-
and announced the 48th anniv-lsom. Thanks Eva from Garfield (Harriet Turner) have
ersary blue and gold dinner for Grange H. E.
_ girls born prematurely and in
the Cub Packs Feb. 28 at 6:30
Mr. and Mrs. Sylvan Carter an incubator. They are doing
P.M. at the grade school cafe.
spent two days at the coast bui well. One weighed 2 lbs. 13 oz,
j Mr. and
Mrs. Dewey Qualls it was so stormy
they came the other 3.
L. J. Anderson .......................
Editor and P u b lish » entertained their son and fami- back and visited their daughter
The Glen Danforths of Ore-
Published weekly on Fridays at Estacada, Clackamas County, : ly the Dean Qualls and Julie at and family the Laceys at Dali- gon City and the Carl Burkes
of Portland visited their par
Oregon. Entered in the postoffice at Estacada, Oregon, as sec dinner Sunday.
I as before returning home.
ond class matter. Subscription rates in Clackamas County one
Mr.and Mrs. Ralph Wade had
Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Carter ents the Jim Lambs this week
year $2.50; outside the county and in the State of Oregon one j lunch at the Gordons Monday ' and family spent a week
There was a good crowd at
year $3.50; outside the State of Oregon one vear $4.00.
Sub and callers in
the afternoon recently with relatives near Se-
the dance Sat. night and every-
scriptions payable in advance.
were Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Still, attle, Wash.
Davis one seemed to enjoy it. The
Mrs. Gordons daughter
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer
STAFF CORRESPONDENTS „
, ,Jerry Dalton of Casper, W y o .' cleaned the Grange hall again VFW will hold their dance at
Mrs. Ray Gordon bad sent a number of reels
so after the dance and stopped to the hal1 * el>'
Mrs rjo e Wiederhold a11 enjoyed seeing the family in visit her brother Louis Palma GOV. HOLMES CALLS FOR
s ' s Margar#' Ross Pictures.
teer and remained for supper. COMPULSORY LIABILITY
Mrs. Erma R ich , Herman Davis as been visit- Louis has been ill with a cold,
AND PROPERTY DAMAGE
. Mrs. Anne Justice J ing the Elmer Davis and was at but is improved.
Mrs. Nellie Currin the dance Sat. night.
1 Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Palm- INSURANCE LAW
Governor Holmes Friday call-
I ed for a law requiring compul
sory liability and property dam
age insurance on every motor
vehicle registered in Oregon to
solve what he termed “ a terri
ble social problem in Oregon”
íJ J « -
Along with the compulsory in
surance program, which he said
_______________ ___________ ____________________________________ I could expect powerfu. opposJ-
Mrs.Eldon Davis is the proud THETA RHO GIRLS
Week end visitors
(17 of guests of Rev. and Mrs. James [ion from the insurance indus-
parent of a 7 lb. 15 ounce baby
of O. Moore.
Governor Holmes asked for
INITIATION FEB. 20 them in all) at the home
daughter born Feb. 3 at
! a law setting up a pool of
Theta Rho Nettie Pinkley were her daugh-
A.M. at the Immanuel Hospital Club No. 35 will have initiat ter Ruth and family, Mr.
and1 Mr. and Mrs. Brooks Snyder casualty insurance companies
care of drivers who can-
in Portland. She has been nam ion at
next meeting Mrs. Rollo Damewood and
7 and son of Warrenton
ed Barbara Jean.
Thursday evening, Feb. 20
at boys from Glide, Oregon; her over the week end with
Mrs. not buy insurance elsewhere.
Governor Holmes said he in
7:30. Mrs. Harley Looney.sec- daughter Jane and family, Mr. Snyder’s grandmother,
tended to ask for
Donald Dobbin enjoyed
his retary of the Joint Youth Com and Mrs. James H. Aull
and Sadie Wade and son Merle,
these laws by the next
13th birthday Feb. 12;
Mike mittee is expected to make her three children from Portland.
Choele F e b .ll; Johnny Camp official visit at this meeting. Others who
were a Jerry Hale accompanied his ive session. A compulsory insur
anella Feb.13 and A l Anderson Miss Ann Harbert P. P.
will granddaughter Mr. and
Mrs. mother, Mrs. Elsie Hale to the ance bill introduced in the 1957
on Feb. 14.
conduct the meeting until
a Pete Bass, a daughter, Mr. and p elton dam at Madras last Sun- legislature died in committee.
‘During the short time
new president has been instal Mrs. Folden and a
my administration has been in
Mr. and Mrs.Wm.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Perry. All that the Pelton Dam on the Des
announce the engagement
had a lovely time.
chutes River is a very interest office,” Governor Holmes saia,
"w e have seen literally thous
Sunday guests at the home
ing project and is being con- ands o f pitiful instances of in
lotte Arlene Stephenson to Mr. of Miss Lavena Crawford were
stances of innocent persons be
Miss Elva Kniskern and Mr.
Arthur James Mattson, son o f her cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Been
being built on the Clackamas
Gordon Gilbert were
Sunday river on which he is employed. ing killed or maimed or
Mr. and Mrs. Iljalmer Mattson. of Milwaukie.
property destroyed by financial
ly irresponsible motorists. This
is a terrible social problem
Oregon, and compulsory auto
mobile insurance is the answer
to i t ”
Governor Holmes explained
that the present
does not require proof of finan
cial responsibility until after a
driver has had
“ What you have no
knowing is that there are somu
85,000 uninsured drivers in Or- i
egon, or more, who last year in- |
SAME COOKING QUALITIES AS foo.’ 1
Xlicted millions of dollars in da- [
mages upon innocent persons in j
POTATOES, BUT NOT REGULAR IN
SIZE OR SHAPE
“ In many of those cases” the j
■ ■ ■ ■ ■
could not be collected, or
victim had to accept a low set
tlement, because the driver at
fault had few or no assets.Many
crippled victims were thus pre
vented from earning their livll-
hood and got no compensation
for it; many families lost their |
sole source o f support when
their provider was
maimed; some families
ev en 1
CRISP, GOLDEN ROOT
had to become public
because they were destitute ;an<l
thousands had to
which they could not afford,
■ Those families were helped
none by the fact that under ex- i
isting law the driver who
them would lose his driving pri-1
vileges if he could
proof of future responsibility. ” |
FRESH CAUGHT, DELICIOUS FRIED!
The sooner news and advertising is in
our office - the better! Tues. Deadline!
THE CLACKAM AS COUNTY NEW S
Estacada, Oregon, Friday, February 21, 1958
COM M UNITY BULLETIN
U . S. No. 2 Russets
POTATOES, 5 0 lb. bag 8 9 c
PRICES FOR FRIDAY AND
SATURDAY, FEB. 21-22
The new modern feed for all livestock!
1 0 % Molasses
2 5 % Barley,
Bulk, 6-ton load .. $42T Bulk, 6-ton load .. $53T
Sacked 15-ton Id. $454" Sacked, 15-ton Id. $55T
Sacked, bv the ton $47T Sacked, by the ton $57T
Bv 80-lb.‘sack .... $2.10 By the 80-lb. sack $2.50
Available Now — Prices FOB Canby
— Other mixtures available on order—
HINKS SHEEP SERVICE
At Lone Elder
Phone Canby 2310
Attention -- McCulloch Chain Saw
Users of the Estacada Area . . .
McCULLOCH CHAIN S A W SALES
Is Available at the following shops:
Molalla McCulloch Shop
Tower Equipment Co.
310 S. E. Stevens, Portland
W e are sorry for your temporary inconvenience
NORTH WEST LOGGER SUPPLY
310 S. E. Stevens. Portland
bag I Q c
Q U ALITY M E A T S
Delrich M ARGARINE
BACON, 1 Vi lb. pkg.
6 9 c lb.
Mrs. Joe Weiderhold
COLORED and CUBED
RANCH STYLE! TRY THIS PREMIUM BACON
AT THIS LOW PRICE!
3 lbs. 6 7 c
2 9 c lb.
Nescafe Reg. $1.35
Mrs. Katherine Poikila en
tertained for luncheon several
ladies on Wednesday. The lad
ies included were Mrs.
Klinker, Mrs. Elmer Klinker,
A SIZE TIN Mrs. C. L. Goodwin, Mrs. Geo.
Mapes, Mrs. Oouchie Sanders
and Mrs. Jack Jesse.
Oscar Forseth is carrying t>
petition to urge
court to oil the road from
top c f Eagle Creek canyon to
the Fish Hatchery,
where the oil leaves off. Any
one interested in signing that
Mr. Forseth hasn’t
would be welcome to stop
his home in George.
CLOTHES! DISHES TH AT
Mrs. Elizabeth Chaney visit
SPARKLE! LGE. SIZE PKG. ed several days at the home of
her daughter, Mrs. Joe Wieder
Sunday Mr. and
Mrs. Joe |
ICO FT. ROLLS
Wiederhold and children drove |
to Aurora to have dinner at the
home of his brother
Del Monte TUNA
4 for $ 1 - 0 0
Energy SOAP POWDER
20c Pkg. 2 for 3 5 c
Zee Wax PAPER , 2 pkgs. 3 5 c
REGULAR W H ITE, 80 COUNT
Zee Paper NAPKINS 2 for J 9 C
1954 FORD Sunliner
10 9 5 -0 0
V -8 Sport Coupe, R. & H.
Fordomatic, Cont. Kit
1954 PONTIAC 4-door
$ 9 5 -0 0
R. & H., New Paint, Sharp
1951 CHEV. 2-door
R. & H. Powerglide
1954 CHEV. 4-door
Heater. 2-tone. Good rubbi
New seat covers.
1954 CHEV. 4-door
Powerglide, Heater, New seat
covers A -l. A real buy
1955 MERC. Montclair
16 9 5
Hardtop. Yellow and black. New
recaps. R. & H. Power steering
Olds Fiesta Hub -Caps
1953 BUICK 2-door
R- &■ H. Dynaflow. A cleaner car
can’t be found. A real beauty.
Vitam in and M ineral Capante*