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About Estacada's Clackamas County news. (Estacada, Or.) 1957-1976 | View Entire Issue (April 18, 1958)
L. J. ANDERSON..................................... Editor and Publish»
Published weekly sn Fridays at Estacada, Clackamas
Oregon. Entered in the postoftlce at Estacada, Oregon, as sec
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year $2.50; outside the county and in the State of Oregon one
year $3.50; outside the State of Oregon one vear $4.00.
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Garfield ................................................................ Mrs. Ray Gordon
y iola .................................................................. Mrs. Lafaye FouU
................. Mrs. Joe Wiederhold
................................. Mrs Margate R om
..................... Mrs. Erma Rich
................................... Mrs. Anne Justice
Curnnsville .................................................... Mrs. Nellie Currin
M EAT CUT FOR LOCKERS
Including Hauling, Butchering, Cooling, Cut-
tin, wrapped and delivered for 6c lb.
Pork 8c lb.
Cooling, cut, wrapped and delivered, 4c
Dial CR. 3-5145
STARK BRO’ SHILLCREST FARM
M i T im s
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Add 11,0 0 0 .0 0 or m orete
Route 2 -Estacada, Ore.
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THE CLACKAM AS COUNTY NEWS
Estacada, Oregon, Friday, April 18, 1958
SPECIALS - SPRINGWATER STORE
clackamas county news
Phone CR. 9-6996
THURS., FRI., SAT., APRIL 17-18-9
Tip Top Frozen ORANGE DRINK, 6 oz. 2 for 35c
Pheasant CATSUP, 12 oz.
Best Foods MAYONNAISE, 16 oz.
Select Fancy Pheasant OLIVES
4 for 99c
Hi-C ORANGEADE, 46 oz.
4 for $1.00
Pheasant Yellow Cling Sliced Peaches, 2 As 4 for$l
Swift’s Beef SANDWICH STEAKS, 13. 2 for 99c
Pheasant BEETS -sliced-diced or shoestring, 303’s
3 for $1.00
Pheasant TOMATOES, 2A’s
4 for 99c
Pheasant White or Golden SHORTENING 3 lb. 79c
PO R T LA N D
G E N E R A I.
C O M PA N Y
O r e g o n ’s P i o n e e r K le c t r V - I'-
Dinner guests of Mr and Mrs
(By Leila Gordon,
S. E. Lawrence Sunday
Visiting at the Bill Reimers
Mr. Earl Shib'ey o f
and Mr. and Mrs. Russell Reed on Sunday were Mr. and
Albert Kitchir.g, Mr. and Mrs!
Ed Sutter and Mac Main.
Mr. and Mrs.Everett Shibley, was home for the
Mrs W. H. Tucker, Mrs. S. E. from the Vets hospital He went
Lawrence and Mrs F. E Erick back Mon. eve.
son enjoyed a coffee hour Tues
Gena Ballou has been quite
day at the home of Helen Crow- ill. She had a cold Thurs. and on
son at which time they met and Friday she was much worse and
listened to Phil Hitchcock and stayed in bed Sun. morning. The
Gladys Yound candidates for el loctor pronounced it virus pneu
ection in the May primaries.
monia and she was taken to the
Victor White of Redland as a home of her daughter the Arn
Sunday visitor at the home of old Andersoi.s.She is slowly im
his aunt, Mrs. Erma Tenny. She proving and we all wish her a
also had as guest on Sunday her j speedy recovery It was her 1st
daughter and son in law
and absence from her post at secre-
their children the Kenneth Pet I tary of the Grange for
ries of Portland.
Fred Marshal called at Reim
The Clackamas County Farm ers Mon. and mowed their lawn
Forestry Assn, meet held at the
Bob Eaden’s knee is
Grange hall Friday eve was well I better. He returned to school on
attended by delegations
from Mon. He had surgery in Good
all parts oM he county. Main to Samaritan hospital.
pic of discussion was Farm F or
We are advised by Elwin Shib
ley, field warden for the Clack j with Gladys Jones as co-hostess
April 23 at 11:15 AM. Members
amas, Marion fire patrol in this
are asked to bring plate, cup,
area that if you intend
any silver and folding chairs The
burning a fire permit is now
place is old Hubert Lacey home
4 houses past Helen Eadens. A
Callers at the Arnold Broad- flag will main the place.
hurst home Sunday were
Subject o f the
and Mrs. Allen Smith and chil , ‘Time Saving Meals’ New offi
dren of Concord and Mr.
and cers will be elected;al members
Mrs. Joe White and Mr. and Mrs I urged to be present.
1 Sheldon Johnson of Silverton Garfield Dorcas Society meets
P G E electricity is the bigges.
bargain in your fa m ily budge*: ?
Use all you w ant for
E L E C T R IC
F O R
T E L E V ISIO N
v ie w in g
H O U R S
with Louvena Crawford
24. Bring thimbles.
The Skip a Week club
will ; D o n ’ t
Forget GIGANTIC CONTEST to Boort Our
RIVER AREA. Turn Your
E fth e
^ t e r . partT ‘ UPPER CLACKAMAS
They met with Peggy Anders Ent
in to HORNERS
on April 9th and finsihed
m ‘ Coupons Good for Sun., Mon., Tues.,
Wed., Apri! 20-21-22-23
IHUR., FRI , SAT., April 17-19
JEFF CHANDLER, JULIE
LONDON & JOANNE DKU in
"D R A N G 0 "
ANTHONY DEXTER, BUDDY
ROGERS, SONNY TUFTS and
MARIE WINDSOR in
"TH E PARSON and
the OUTLAW I ' / /
Pheasant, Reg. or Drip
COFFEE, 1 lb. 6 9 c
SUN., MON.. TUE., April 20-22 ¡
JOHN WAYNE, SOPHIA LOR
EN and ROSSANO BRAZZI in
"The LEGEND of
the LO ST"
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H O R N E R ’ S B I O C H IE F ST O R E
M O N D A Y - T U E S D A Y - W ED N ESD AY
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CO U P O N
M ON DAY.
AT H O R N E R ’S MIO CH IE F
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plus tax and license
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One Coupon Each To Family
Coupons Good April 20-21 -22 23 Only
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