Estacada's Clackamas County news. (Estacada, Or.) 1957-1976, April 11, 1958, Page Page 4, Image 4

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    THE CLACKAMAS COUNTY NEW S
Page
Estacada, Oregon, Friday, April 11, 1958
WheelChair parade.
Voted to
send $4 to the Spence Memorial
fund for scholarship.. Pot luck
(By Leila Gordon)
lunch was served Next meeting
Janv
Garfield Grange H E met at will be May 6 at Grace
the Ray Gordons Tues eve with sens.
Florence Lamb showed
10 members and 11 visitors.The how to make roses and popples.
men accompanied their wives, j Garfield Extension will hold
The evening was spent making the spring festival in the Grange
paper flowers for
the
Vets hall April 11 at 1 PM. All mem-
Garfield News
UTTtfE
EXPERT
BARBERS
THE BACK
FENCE
BUZZIN
COUSIN
t.
Mr and Mrs. Hugh Hughes
bers of Garfield Unit are asked Burkes of Portland and
their, marriage to Jack Chaney
of
CARD OF THANKS
to bring cookies. Friends of the oldest grandson Brian Lamb of Dodge Friday night is Oregon
We wjsh to thank you
for Mr. and Mrs. Walter Sagner
Unit invited.
Camas, Wash.
S a r ^ h ^ a n ^ h e v ^ e c e iv - y °ur kind and beautiful expres- Mr and Mrs. Ray Wolf
Mr and Mrs. Harry Lightner
Mr. and rs. Hector
Anders them Sat. night an they receiv
svmoathv extended to
Jr. and two daughters were in entertained their families.
ed many nice gifts
y p
y
NOTICE: Oui deadline
for
a car wreck on way to visit his Mr and Mrs Ray Gordon were' Mrs. Hattie Herchberger was Us during the
illness
ana news and advertising is Tues­
parents for Easter.
Mrs. Light- entertained at their son and fa- one of the hostesses at Garden death o£ our mother.
day night. We cannot guaran­
ner was killed and
Harry is sei mily’s the John Wickenkamps Club on. She stayed us. n g
Mr and Mrg jj W. Bergob
tee publication If material Is
Tacoma
of
Beaverton.
In
the
afternoon
^
the
Ray
Gordons
and
return-
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£
Hughes
"0uSiy"hurt"and"'i‘
n
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pen- ed to her home
received later than Tuesday
hospital. The children are not they all went to see the
Mr and Mrs. Robert L. Hughes
Monday eve
serjousiy hurt. Mr and Mrs. H. puins
The Leslie Randalls had most I Mr. and Mrs. Amos Hills at-1
Lightner St went to
Tacoma;
o f their families home for Eas- tended church is Oregon C y
returned home Sun.
| Easter and afterwards visited
Charlotte and Paul Lee left ter
The Harold Middletons enter- “ t kis ^ t h e r s , the Virgil Hills
Sat.for Clatskanie to visit their
grandparents the Paul Christ­ tained her sister from Portland, ln Portlona-
of
Louls Palmateer announces
iansens. Sun. after sunrise serv­ Mr and Mrs Mike Masko
ices the rest of the family fo ll­ Portland m d “
¿ U r ‘ he a
J !rival ° f four ' “ tle pupp‘
owed All returned home Sun. ry Ellis an Sandra Lee o f Porter ^ ^ ^ h T h u a
?P
eve.
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,
.
Visiting at the Milo Groves
Mr. and Mrs. Heiser of Gar-
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Randall and are their son and family Mr.and fjeid visited the Dickey Palma-
family spent Easter with
her Mrs Jack Groves of Viola and teers Tues
family the Dan McDermitts oi their daughter the
Kenneth | Visiting at the Dewey Qualls
INVITES
Portland.
Meekers family of Southwick, | jaSj week were Mr- and
Mrs.
Other famiUes out to Easter Ida
They reported that Ruth j,'rank Chevron, Mr. and Mrs.
dinner were Mr. and Mrs. Dock- Anders also of Southwick as ie- Harry Kitching, Albert K itch -!
ey Palmateer to their daughters covered after surgery and do- ing an(j Hattie Hershberger,
the Dan Parkisons-
The James ing well.
Slyvan Carter .returned home
Lambs entertained their daugh-
Ramona Schweitzer, daugh- from the hospital on the 2nd.
i ters and families, the Glen Dan- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Schwei- He is improving satisfactorily,
forths of Oregon City, the Carl tzer of Porter was united
in
gill Reimers spent Easter at
home but returned to the Vets
hospital Mon eve
The Porter school was
the
scene of an Easter party on Fri.
for the children and their pai -
ents.
See “This Is The Life” KOIN-TV Sunday Noon
Mrs. Girod, teacher o f Porter
school is ill at her home and
they have a substitute teacher.
Others with colds are
Hattie
Qualls and Florence Lamb.
IM M ANUEL LUTHERAN CHURCH
Main & Center, Sandy
You to Worship, Sundays, 8:30 &
[ST AC AD A BARBER SHOP
Annie Scott (Scotty) and Tom Boyle, Props.
1 1 A .M ., Sunday School 9:45 A .M .
Lenten Service, Wednesdays, 7:3 0
Currinsville Store
ESTACADA
COM M UNITY BULLETIN
PRICES FOR FRIDAY
TA KE TO U R T I M E . . . S H O P A R O U N D
NO COMMENT
WASHINGTON— The course
of Congress in the rest of
the
session may well be determined
by what constituents tell Sena­
tors and Representatives
who
are back home for the
10-day
Easter recess.
Major decisions will begin to
take shape soon after Congress
reconvenes on April 14. These
ing the regular Dodge
Com­ involve taxation, spending, -la
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Miller
of Stewart CR 9-3231 or Mrs Al Milwaukie, Wisconsin.
munity Club meeting this Fri­ bor measures and others.
Springwater, Mrs Locy Broad- Main CR 3318 before Monday,
The Easter recess offers Con­
HELEN RICKEY ON OSC
hurst of
Estacada,
Arthur April 14.
day, April 11 at 6:30 PM.
gressmen an
opportunity to
4 POINT HONOR ROLL
Smith of Currinsville and Mr.
A ll are invited.
contact voters and taxpayers in
and Mrs. Larry Meade of Esta- PAST NOBLE GRANDS
Helen Rickey, daughter
of
their home areas. And Congress
Estacada were dinner guests at
WILL MEET APRIL 14 Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Rickey, was
the
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Del
The Past Noble Grands Club one of the students listed on the Mr. and Mrs. James Rickey needs the sound advice of
Gant at their home in Spring- will hold their regular meeting 4 point honor roll at OSC for the!o£ Seaside and Helen Rickey of ' citizens, including
business-
_
'
. | men
water Wednesday evening
of on Monday, April 14
at the , winter term. The 4 point hon-,'
end
jt
been suffering from re-
last week.
home o f Mrs. Oral Stormer. A I or roll is made up o f those stu- Coos B y sPent the week
dents
who
receive
straight
A
’s|
wit'1
their
parents.
Other
callers
j cession jitters, complicated by
dessert luncheon will be served
at 1 PM folowed by the busi­ in their work. Helen is teaching,at the J. C. Rickey home Sun- (the division of power between
NORTII FORK WIVES
LUNCHEON ON APRIL 16 ness meeting Each member is t° freshman girls health and phy- day were Rev. and Mrs- Orville , the Republican Administration
Marshfield w int. r„
Mr_ T , and Democratic Congress, and
and sical education at
Wives o f North Fork project bring a needle, thimble,
High Sshool in Coos Bay,
the
°,
..
. 7 T i the struggle for political ascen-
employees will hold a luncheon thread.
spring term-
¡Rockhill o f Dayton, Mr and Mis. (jancy in the coming elections.
on April 16. at noon at the Am­
DODGE COMMUNITY
¡Gilbert Rickey and
two boys j Pressure groups seek appro
erican Legion hall in Estacada
Mr. and Mrs.-Ford
Darrow
POT LUCK FRIDAYjand Mr. and Mrs. Jim Rockhili priation of astronomical sums of
Reservations for the luncheon are enjoying a visit from Ford’s
money to combat the business
are to be made with Mrs. Leo^neice Miss Marlene Trexell
of Remember the potluck preced- of Portland
downturn— to
incur deficits
amounting to billions annually,
to flout the dangers of inflation
and to assume responsibilities
TOP q u n ilT V , T EIID EK
of state and local governments-
1 to centralize more
power In
j Washington.
Major issues to be settled in
| the coming months include:
Taxation— Most Congres-
i sional leaders now
say taxes
! will be cut $3 to $6 billion ann-
1364 SUMMER’3 0 - Form •
ualy. They expect the Eisenho­
wer administration to support
such a program, in spite o f the
hesitancy on tile part of many
"
SWEET, JUICY, Reg. 79c, SAVE 20c
high officials, and
the Presl-
VLL MEAT, NO W A STE _________
j dent’s insistence that no decis-
Serve FRESH ORANGES in Delicious
! ion hase been made,
Salads or as healthy vitamin packed juice!
j In view of this sentiment,more
and more attention is being paid
to the kind o f tax reduction.
: enter c u t
Remarkable business support
| is being given to the
Sadlak-
; Herlong bill. This measure p ro -1
| vides for reduction of
highly
CRISP, GOLDEN
discriminatory individual and
"HICK-MEATED - HAVE THEM BARBECUED
corporaton income taxes under
j a plan which would result e v -1
entually in a top bracket of 42
! percent.
FRESH, CRISP, GREEN
This program,
businessmen [
I say, would not
only provide
CURRINSVILLE HIGH QU ALITY, Fresh, Lean
long overdue tax reform, but
! would provide a sound basis for
I business to grow and
provide
more jobs.
But Congress is being bom-
j barded with other tax propos­
many of them designed on­
Taste well, Colored - Cubed als—
ly to spur temporarily consum
er buying power
instead of
j meeting the fundamental issues-
Economy — Congress has al­
REG. or DRIP - The Same
ready appropriated funds -some
Fine Coffee Served
bills on Administration recom­
In Restaurants
mendation— which
will
in­
1 Lb. Boxes, Reg. 15c, SAVE 20c
crease spending so that a defic­
LIMIT, 3 BOXES TO ONE FAMILY
it o f at least $2 billion is
cer­
tain in this fiscal year, and un­
questionably a much larger de-
|ficit in the new fiscal year.
STAR-KIST, CHUNK STYLE
The contest thus far is
be- !
tween the New-Fair Deal advo­
cates of
unlimited
public
works and other spending plans
to provide jobs,and the Admin­
FOR DEXTRINS, MALTOSE, DEXTROSE
istration program to stimulate
employment but on a less gran-
iose scale.
In this situation leaders
of
the Congressional
‘economy
bloc’ are seeking to prevent ri­
otous, unrestrained
spending
which might plunge the nation i
MT «Mir
into $10 billion a year deficits, j
spur inflation and generally da-1
CREATED BY KRAFT FOODS
mage the economy.
Last year Congress under the
impetus of
‘back home1 de­
mands cut about
$5
billion
from budget bills. But ln pass­
ing the first five of 13 appro­
priation bills which make up
the budget, the House increased
the President's
recommenda­
tion by $1 billion. And the big­
gest spending bills, such as na­
tional defense, are yet to come.
Meantime .Congress learned
that the government
payroll
has zoomed to over $1 billion a
month, the higheat in history.
bull THE
Findthese
T Ü U i.
BEST IN TOWN
AND SATURDAY,
APRIL 11 and 12
J
Boneless CORNED BEEF
5 5 ° lb. I ORANGES
PORK CHOPS
7 5 c lb.
CARROTS,
Country Style SPARE RIBS
Cello Bag
9C
59c
CABBAGE
GROUND BEEF
5 lb. bag 5 9 c
9c lb.
4 9 c lb.
M ARGARINE 23c ea.
5 1 lb. Pkgs. 1 . 0 0
B O YD'S COFFEE
X lb. tin 7 9 e
POWDERED SUGAR 3 b x s 2 5 c
TUNA FISH,
Vi size tins 3 for S 5 c
I
KARO SYRUP 1 pint bottle 1 9 c
Miracle Whip - Full Pint
SALAD DRESSING 3 9 c
PARO
DO« MIAI
5 lbs. 5 5 c
WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT
Currinsville Market
C. D. GROSHONG, Jr.,
£one Manager
2725 Monroe Milwaukie, Ore.OL. 4-5758
Borricos, Zn«.
T E R I F F IC
TERIFFIC
DISCOUNTS
DEALS!
1958 MERCURY Turnpike Cruiser
Fully Equipped
1958 FORD Fairlnne Fordor
Loaded!
1958 FORD Country Sedan
All Extras
ESTACADA FORD & MERCURY
Estacada
Phone CR 9-3262
Tire Sale
for A Limited Time, Only!
B. F. GOODRICH PREM IUM TIRES
LIFE-SAVER SILVERTOWNS
SILVERT0WN TUBELESS NYLONS
Vs OFF LIST PRICE!
LIBERAL TRADE-INS ON USED TIRES
Al Larson’s
TEXACO