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the Grange are welcome. One | V union Ross, Lee Porctor and Vancouver, Wash.
requirement, bring a pot luck Joanne anu lom Burnell.
Estacada, Oregon, Friday, March 28, 1958
dish and enjoy the good fellow
inns. George oaiey with her
Reminder: Do drop in at the
ship and program.
chuuren, m ove to
Wisnruin, Grange hall this Friday after
• By L,eila Gordon)
GOV. HOLMES TO
Dewey Qualls returned home v.asu. last weekend to visit ner noon or Saturday for a look In
The G.G. Home Ec. w ill meet
from the hospital after having parents, ivir. ana Mrs. Lari Hol- •in the Rummage Sale. I f you
The public is cordially invit
Mr and M-s. Elmer Marshall at the Grange hall A pril 1st at
surgery and says he feels real urooK. Accompanying her also don’t care about rummage you
ed to attend a meeting held un r f Sandy were dinner guests w ill make paper flowers for the
j was ner gianumotner, Mrs. M a may still buy some good home-
der auspices o f the Democratic at the
Ernest Esc-hler home Veterans Hospital wheel chair
The Edward Lee fam ily visit ry Runnnger, who
spent the hiked food.
Central Committee at
Thora Sunday evening
celebrating parade in June. Pctluck lunch.
ed in Portland Sun. PM
with week mere
Gardner Jr High, Oregon City, Mrs. Marshall’s birthday .
The Skip a Week Club met
Mr. and Mrs. Joe GrosJacques.
April3 at 8 PM to
Sunday visitors o f the Hank
at the Grange hall Mar.19 and
Mr. and Mrs Elmer Marshall
They came home thru the storm
Holmes and local
Try a Classified Adv. in the finished a quilt. Next meeting
Suters w ere
Mary find family were dinner guests
News. _lt April 2nd at Peggy Anders.They
Milton, at the Fred Marshall home on
the car was being lifted . Hall Fisk and children of
will get results and the Cost is have another quilt to finish.
resi rl uesday evening
lew. Just phone us or .bring
Visiting at the Pete Ballous
Mrs. Marshall’s birthday
K piaccia Library Assn, wit; or mail your ad. In.
traffic as being routed around dents.
Sun. were her parents the Bert
mec , Sat.. March 29, at 3 PM at
Last Thursday Tom Burnett
fallen trees an electric light po
Barnes; also an uncle Ed.Barnes
his six V. F. XV. PO ST W IL L
les.When they returned home returned home from
Homer Anders, son o f
the lights were o ff and didn't months’ army reserve training
IN S T A L L NEW OFFICERS
Hector Anders is home
at Ft. Old, Calif.
the : b a c k
go back until 12 hrs. later.
weeks for springvacation. He
Sylvan Carter is
Among the local college stu >879 of the Veterans o f
e x p e r t icturns to OSC Mar. 31 to regis
FENCE V - ^
after his emergency operation. dents returned home for spring
eign Wars and
Mrs. Carter visits him everyday vacation from OSC this
BARBERS ter for the spring term.
past w ill hold their installation of
and says he’s up some each day w eek are Janice Buhlingcr, Jo
Georgia Williams who lives
officers on A p ril 2nd at the V.
and is anxious to be home.
with her grandmother Mrs. Dai
anne Burnett, Lee Proctor, Geo.
sy R iley of Garfield and attends
Weisgerber and Jim Zarkzewski
E.H.S. has been one of the girls
A lice Z(akrzewski) Clank all o f those who helped
chosen to go to Girls State
Marchbank divided their college with our tamale and food sale.
Vancouver. Wash. Mar 20. In vacation time between their re
Salem in June. The American
National spective parents in Eagle Creek
Cemetery Mar 25
girls each year and its quite an
The Merry Moutaineers Square
Visiting the Don Eadens Mon.
honor to be chosen.
Weekend guests of the Lloyd Dance Club w ill hold a business
afternoon were her mother Mrs Potters were Ruth’s small nieces and social meeting at the Grade
Ruby Danforth of
Anna Markland and brother Ru- Be nnie and Pam Collins, whose School Cafeteria
City eaUed at the Jim Lambs on
r.ar Markland both of Redlano. parents, the A1 Collins, were In March 27 at 8 PM.
Helen Eaden, Norma Lee, Flo
rence Lamb and Cora Haupem,
members and officers of
field Home Ext. met
P olly Knights
made plans for the Ext. Spring
Festival to be held at Garifeld
Grange April 11.
Visiting at the Gordons Mon.
JIM W H ITE C LE AN S DP
C A P E L L A PRO G RAM OF
j Johnny Gredvig returned to were Grace Still and Helen Ea-
PR O M IN E N T C IT Y LO T
EASTER MUSIC liis home in Portland with his den; on Tues. M r and Mrs. B ill j
1958 HOME FIRE
PR K VFN TIO N PRO G RAM
A Capelin program of Easter, parents Mr and
Mrs. W ally Christiansen and
Fire Chief Rudy Sagner
of I James L. White, owner uper musjc w m be given Good Fri- Gredvig on Sunday.
He spenL Dwight o f Barton
»he Estacada f ’re district would ( Cre if Parlor, at his own
ex ,jay evening at 8 PM at the Por- j spring vacation with his grand-1 There was a large crowd
■ ike to call your attention that Dense, has had the comer lot ter Mennonite Church, 7 miles oarents, Mr. and Mrs. E. J.Brit- the dance Sat. night and they all
it’s Home Fire Prevention time rast of his business building at fast o f Est?cada. The choir con- ton and aunt and uncle, Mr.and enjoyed the music by the West-
in Oregon as the month of A p ril <- E 4fh Avt,nue and Main gt., sists o f 27 voices
under the Mrs. Leslie Kiggins and family, trn Band.The band w ill be with
us again at the Strawberry Fes-
is being set aside for this put- j j, le a n e d up
The trash was direction o f John Miller, Salem,
cleaned out, the grass mowed The singers are from Hubbard,
Dave Eshelman, Estacada Ca tival in June
Your fire depatrment urges and trimmed along the
side- Canby, Molalla and Estacada. milla King, presented the News
you to take advantage of
Its Walk and all rubbish
burned. Everyone welcome,
o ffice with a beautiful bouquet
home inspection service by In- Congratulations, Jim, it is a big
of Monday morning Several dif fer-
viting the inspector to
Mr. and Mrs Fred Byers
out possible fire hazards
that li'nProvement and a v ry 11 1 Tacoma, were dinner guests o n 1 ent varieties of Camillas are fea-
(B y Margaret Ross)
vou may not realize exist. The thing to do, particualrly where
Monday at the home of Mr. and tured. Part o f the bouquet was
lif. you save may be your own. you do not own the property.
Mrs. Larry Meade.
sent to the bank for display.
mighty storm ripped its
knocking out electric service to
| a large area fo r about 8 hours.
AT HOKNEK’S BIG OUÏE*
I Lightning set fire to 2 ro 3 old
OOUFON GOOD ONLY
snags on the
The sw ift wind
blew down Potters’ small ban,
and took the
weathervane off the Frank Tâc
heron house.lt also knockea ov
er and demolished the
wooden hopper at the former
Mt. Hood Plywood Mill,which
took a mighty strong gust.
Westminster Fellowship held a
3 day retreat at the Chapel by
the Sea and adjacent dormitory
at Nelscott. Six young people
\ T S /
from Sandy attended, accon» |
| panied by Rev. and Mrs. Don j
| Livesay. The Eagle Creek dele- [
gation included Barbara Nelson,
Michelle Wilson, Carol Zubei,
W ith Coupon
NO BONES TO BUY, M E A T Y A N D TENDER
Jim Buhlingcr, Milton Garri- j
COUPON OOOD ONLY AT HORNER'S BIO CHIEF
son, Steve Lins, Don and Jim- \
rn y Melton and Eddie
SUNDAY. MONDAT. TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY
They w ere accompanied by Mr.
CELLO-PA C KE D FOR FRESHNESS
and Mrs. Virgil Nelson and Rev.
and Mrs. Vernon Ross.
A R E A L P O W E R H O U S E OF N U TR ITIO N and
spending the weekend at Nels- j
PROTEIN Y O U R FA M IL NEEDS
cott were Mv and
! Shoup, who
house-trailer parked on the con-
j generously hauled a large am-
! cunt of baggage in their panel
j truck for the young people.Ver-
| non Ross was formerly pastor
C R A D E C O O D or CHOICE
j o f The Chapel by the Sea, and
I -he Rosses renewed
! tances with a number of
LA R G E S N O W -W H IT E HEADS
A state wide F F A
tion in Bend from Wednesday [
to Saturday Gf last week,
tracted 6 Estacada high school
W i t h Counon
boys, accompanied by Mr. Gen-
COUPON OOOD ONLY AT HORNER'S BIG
iemann. Eagle Creek boys at
tending were George Suter and ■
SUNDAY. MONDAT. TUESDAY. WEDNESDAY
I.oy Gaylord, who is president
oi the local chapter.
Last Fiiday night the
Day household was upset by »
f 're in their bathroom, presum- j
R KIST V i size tins
cd started from
an electric j
her.ter. Quick action by young
Jim Day saved the house fronii
firemen arrived the fire
I nearly out.
On Sunday night Betsey Day
was taken to Emmanuel Hospi-1
tal in Portland fo r observation ■
and treatment of a
Dick Day, her father,
has been in Marysville, Calif.,
tor the past two weeks on bus- I
N A L L E Y ’S! FOR DIPS. THE N E W CHIP
Last Friday Mrs. Jesse Whls
! ler’s granddaughter Joanne Yo-
-I GOOD ONLY AT HORNER'S BIO
H IG H L Y CONCENTRATED.
1 e a ' -I«? i>ew up from San Diego to j
\T. MONDAY TTBSDAT. WEDNESDAY
see her mother, Winifred Yohe,
spoon Does A Big Sink Full of Dishes!
;,nd brother Jimmy.
evening guests at the Whislerl
enjoyed view ing
Mrs. Yohe’s pictures o f Arabia ;
and the near east included the
Mr. and Mrs
E CLACKAMAS COUNTY NEWS
Fri. for their son Alan who had
been visiting his grandparents
during spring vacation.
Danforths also sailed Sun. for a
Visiting at the M ilo Groves
ever the weekend and attend
ing the dance at Garfield Sat.
night were their niece and fam
ily, Mr. and Mrs. Tex McPher
son’s children of Portland.Oth-
cr visitors recently were Mr.and
Mrs. Bert Hastings of Kenne
Garfield Dorcas Society met
Mar 19 with Peggy Anders with
10 members and 4 visitors prc
Sewing chmn. Louvena
Crawford has 3 quilts
rmking and kept everyone bu
sy. Delicious refreshments were
served by the hostess, assisted
by her daughter Joyce McCart-
i ry. The A pril meeting w ill be
i>t Louvena Crawfords.
night will be Sat. Mar. 29 with
pot luck dinner starting at b:30
PM. A program will follow
and Bernice M iller and friends
w ill show slides taken while In
Hawaii and the girls w ill model
Hawaiian clothing. Friends of
J <e? Ir
¿ L Ï k i Y x i 't ?
tïT A C A U A £M îSth SHOP
Annie Scott (ScoUy) and Tom Boyle, Pn-ps.
O B B * s ” fiS 2 & v g l l e
S to re
[S T AC A D A COMMUNITY BULLETIN
Good Sunday, Monday, Tuesday and
¡Wednesday, March 30-3 1, April 1-2
Nalley's 24 oz. Reg. 39c
2 9 c (limit 1)
MONEY-SAVING MEALS FOR YOU!
WHEN YOU BUY AT CURRINSVILLE
Maicb 28 and 29
Campbell's No. Tall
QUALITY M EA TS
Boneless PORKK ROASTS
5 9c lb.
7 9 c lb.
2 for 19«
Crisp CARROTS, 2 1 lb. bags
TOM ATO SOUP
3 for 2 9 *
6 9 c lb-
Ea. 2 5 «
3 LBS $1 4 5
C wñk j yle TUNA,
2 for 5 5 c
Danish HAM , 2 ¡b. ovai tin
Dippers CHIP:», Large bag
1 0 lb- Bag
9c ea. (limit 2)
Trend LIQUID SOAP, Ige. 22 oz. 5 3 c
Campbell's SOUPS, 6 for 8 9 c
A L L VARIETIES, 10»/2 oz. tins
MEATS for BABIES,
S W IF T ’S, 31
/« oz. tins
W E RESERVE THE RIGHT T O LIMIT
2 for 3 9 c
Coupons Good Mar 30-31 Apr 1-2 only
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Plumbing and Heating
General Sheet Metal
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