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Shirley Murphy, Mr. and M rs.' ded among the spiny ray fish.
o f and beautifully decorated witn
Jess Turner and Ella Joe all at- i V J ' ' i - g « a l i i e s ^ l S , 2SWTS shoreline, natural lunning small Easter lilies. The committee in
tended the coronation ball
at ofTlw T n ^ e f d c fu lire
not «ravel streams for spawning, in charge was
Evepn and Fred
Molalla last Saturday eve.
experts on these subjects
but case o f trout, and many other Marshall.Rex and May Bledsoe
Plumbing and Heating.
I Mrs. Lester Macllavena of Clark
Mrs. Esther Weston visited at we can offer a few
do’*s and factors are to be
considered. , and Dorothy Britton.
| County, Wash.
the home of her sister
Becky dont's which may help to prev-
These and other conditions sur-1
General Sheet Metal
Glenn Allen, Mr. and
Mrs. Merton, last Friday.
ent some o f the mistakes com- rounding the finished pond w i l l ,
By LaFaye Fouts
j Del Allen and children all
The Len Maples son Jack and mon around the countryside.
suggest the types of fish to be
Mr. and Mrs. James Anderson burned from chiurch with
the his w ife Marlene and daughter
About the first
NO TICE: Oui deadline
Jr. have a new baby daughter, j M arvjn Allen family for Easter have been staying with
them proud new farm pond
o w n e r --------------------- news and advertising is
Cynthia Jean, born March 22 at dinner. Later in the
day the - - - ( i
- y y whUe
they wants to do is to stock his wat-
R E B E K A H A C T IV IT IE S
day night. We cannot guaran-
lKh K St- Vju CHni S,K.°«P^
i h e Marvin Allen fam ily visited Mrs ^
are t preparing to move ir
into the 1 er with the whole works-fish,
Lodge tee publication If material
baby weighed 6 lbs. b oz
I h e i A llen’s parents, Mr. and
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little house which
are ducks and frogs.
The result ls i met Wednesday eve. Cards of
. . ter y , , E Tuesday
Phone M U 7-3831
maternal grandparents are M r ’ _
and Mrs Stanley S Levin and' Car,ey Patcrso" and ^ M .V H a r b u ild in g beside the Maples. On
often disastrous The larg- : cheer were sent to Mollie Bates,
- S. Levin and ] son
au it s ¿3 parents,
pa* 111 Mr. and Mis.Har- Sunday thc Mapies daughter most
er fish eat the smaller frogs, the Mary Eshelman and M arie Hei-
the paternal grandparents are
Pratt o f Sellwood.
! and famly, Mr. and Mrs. Wally larger frogs
eat the smaller pie.
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J T Anderson
The i The business meeting was op-
h ' m S1Rola>rfa s liT lr'o / Port
Smith, enjoyed Easter
dinner fish and smaller
and Mrs. Robert Shier o f Port- ,ogether
ducks ea( the smaIler fjsh and ened and delegates for the Re
Mrs. Iva Fouts spent several
Mr. and Mrs. Loren Pattee vi- smaller frogs. The ducks eat the bekah Assembly elected as foV-
days in the Oregon City hospit land is visiting with B
sited at the home of Mr.
and i smaller fish and large bass w ill ows: Lorraine Beisell,
M ary j
al last week and is recuperating ri a tighter of the Marvin
Mrs. Leavern Riedel. Other vis- j eat smal ducklings and every- Eshelman. A m y Rivers as dele-
at the home o f her son Stanley until Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert K ra ft’s ¡-¡tors at the Riedel home
last thing wheih moves,
provided gates; and Erma Kiggins, Anna
Fouts. She will be unable to re
turn to work at Lipman’s
in spent Easter Shnday in Portland week w ere
Mr. and Mrs. Carl the critter is not too large.
Underwood. Frma Sarver as al-
Portland for several weeks She with his father.
After attend- Clayton.
In many areas
bull frogs ‘ emates The Rebekah Assem-
slippcd and fell and hurt
her ing church they all went oht for
The Carl Bonnets
the stock themselves and they
do bly o f Oregon w ill be held
proud owners o f a new black
enjoy eating small trout
and Corvalis os M ay 18 19, 20 and,
Arthur Smith and Mrs. Lucy l The next
Viola Extension;and white Studebakei station bass. So there may be a case o f 21.
Broadhdrst of Estacada
caled meeting will be on co-ordinated
„ , _
. bullfrog control. Also, in favor-
Under good o f the Order
last Saturday eve at the
home wardrobe under leadership o f
Mrs. Betty Carnes,
c u d sc able locations, trout may stock cever game was
esjoyed by the I
o f Stanley Fouts to
Mrs. Iva Mrs. Helen McDowell.The lesson
Den mother tor Den
t> neia a themselves naturally-
of “ Easier to Prepare Meals” has treasure hunt and wcmei roas^ favorable spawning streams ex-
Mabel Baker and Elizabetn
Mrs. Iva Fouts and Mrs. Stan- ! been postponed until the May
___ist above the pond, trout
w ill j Ames
Phone MOhawk 5 3794
| A fte r the business meeting the
ley Fouts enjoye dinner at the meeting and w ill be under the den. Assisting Mrs. Carnes w ere spawn eacb Vear.
home of Mrs. Lottie Kirchem on leadership of
Vida Peck and
Con- j members assembled in the din-
Day and Night Service - A Local Institution
Monday. Mis. Mamie Kirchem j ean IUig. The program for the Mw- Vic Keller. The boys £ a j r #ult somegone who has
know- 1 ing room whore they enjoyed a
visited later in the day.
,iay Wni be the business meet- ed ball, hiked and had a won ledge o f the problems Involved , social time.
The tables were
Last Saturday the
children ¡ng ¡n the morning, a talk
Mr. and Mrs.
nesw n |pr*or *° stocking. Water depth, placed is the form of a
who were to be in the
Easter Civil Defense by Esther Weston
program enjoyed an Easter egg an(j Bernice Miller. Sack lunch
Clackamas last |
hunt at the home o f Mrs. Stan- tG be brought by each member, drive up the
Tw enty fiv e child- This month w ill also be election Sunday.
On Tuesday Mrs. Esther West-1
ren and 12 mothers
attended, of new officers for the 1958-59
an demonstrated the lesson on
The winner in the
under six year.
group was Darwin Brock with
One-hund ed twenty tw o at- tossed salad to the newly form- j
Is our special checking account arrangement! W e photo
ten eggs. The group between 6 , tended the Easter Sunday servi- ed Springwa*er Extension group
and 8 winner was Junior Grady Ces at the
stat every cancelled check for your protection, furnish
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Hubbards
wth 8 eggs. Punch, coffee and Church. Tw enty-fice o f the Be- son Louis and fam ily from Gar
you with an accurate statement at regular intervals - and
decorated cupcakes were enjoy- ginners and Primary Dept, chil- ibaldi spent Easter with them.
the stubs in your checkbook provide a detailed account o f
I dren put on a little Easter pro-
Visitors at the Bernard Gra
Easter dinner was enjoyed at gram for the Susday School scr- dy home w ere Mr. Grady’s m o
your expenditures. In every way, a special checking ac-
the home o f Mr. and Mrs. Carl | vice. Carol Stevens sang a solo ther, Mrs. Ruby Grady, and his
cunt is good business. No minimum balance require^.’ The
Bennett by Mr. Bennetts broth- | ‘Christ Is Risen Today.’ ’Little uncle Mr.Ray Grady, both from
cost is only $1.00 for 12 checks. Open an account today.
er and sister in law Mr.
and Darwin Brock was the only one Portland.
Mrs. Ralph Bennett and
Mrs. I with a birthday for the week.He
A1 and Ellen Bloedom
was celebrating his 5th.
Holt o f Portlnand.
Scotts M ill
The junior and senior choirs their son W illie of
Mr. and Mrs.Bill Carnes and
beautiful spent last Monday visiting with
Easter Sunday combined sang tw o
with Mr. and
Mrs Clarence numbers under the direction of the Marvin Allen family.
Mrs. Jean Allen. Elsie Smith |
Mrs. Maxine Renaud, and
Mr. and Mrs. Vic K eller have companied by Miss Bernice Mil- and Charlotte Kraft attended I
been ill with the flu
the lcr.Jim Weston sang a solo “ Jer the Get Acquainted Tea in hon
or of the Logan mothers fo r the
past two weeks. Their nephew usalem.”
Ronnie Carnes stayed
A t 7:30 PM the Easter servi Redland P T A Tuesday.
A group from the Viola Com
with a sore thront last Monday.
ces for Youtn and Adult were
Mr. and Mrs James Anderson combined with pictures on tne munity Church held a skating
Earn 2^ per cent on all savings
and daughter Patricia and son resurrection climaxing the serv party at Gresham recently. Rev. i
Alfred spent last Sunday with ice.
-f and Mrs. Renaud led the cara
3 per cent on three year
Mrs. Stanley Levin,
The monthly church
board van which left the church
They helped celebrate the wed- meeting was held at the church,
ding annive sary o f
Mr. and It was decided to
the ported by all.
Mrs. James Anderson Jr.as w ell church open on Wednesday for
as Easter ant the birth o f a new donations of baby clothes
and spring vacation with her parents j
food for a needy family in this Mr. and Mrs. John Tommas.She ,
is a student at the U .of Oregon, j
Other visitors at the
Fred Gaylord, Steve Hlnkson ]
home last week w ere Mr. and
Mr. and Mrs. Dick Wagner,
and Fred Riedel have
turned from their six months |
stay at Fort Ord, Cal. in the Ar- j
I my Reserves.
A. D. Benshoof
THE C LA C K A M A S CO U NTY NEWS
Estacada, Oregon, Friday, April 18, 1958
Viola Happenina «
He on who Heaven confers
a sceptre knows not the
weight till he bears it.
Qlarrull Jfnmral Jlmtie
A BUSINESS-LIKE SERVICE-FOR EVERYONE
A ll deposits insured to $10,000 by
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
Remember Farmers Gas 2» Supply?
They used to take care of all your nesds
in fertilizers, chemicals, berry wire, field
fence, gasoline and fuel oil, tires and bat
teries, garden anti field seeds, paint, elec
trical and plumbing supplies, Strongbarn
steel roofing, roll roofing, and electric
fences . . . .
W e l l , w e s till d o a ll th e se
th in g s fo r y o u ,
bu t n o w
w e ’ v e ch a n g ed ou r nam e
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Phone M O 5-2186
^otes by the
(By John J. Inskeep, County
The follow ing
| came from
, Clackamas County
Home Administration Supervl -
! sor. It w ill be of interest
many readers o f this column.
I "A n expanded farm housing
j loan program designed to speed
j up farm building construction !
and improvement as w ell
providing an additional anti-re-
I cession measure was announced
I recently by A. J Deggendorfer.
j Farmers Home
tion County Supervisor, Cham-
; her of Commerce Bldg., Oregon
1 City, Oregon.
“ N ow an owner o f a farm In
agricultural production and on
which the operator plans to pro
duce at least S400
farm commodities for sale
home use may qualify fo r the 4
percent long term housing loan
provided he meets other stan
dard eligibility requirements.
"Form erly an eligible appli
cant had to own a
part o f the operator’s
"Borrowers may use funds to
biuld, improve, or repair farm
houses or other essential farm
buildings, and to provide water
for farmstead and
use. Mr Deggendorfer said that
is addition to financing major
funds can help meet many oth- i
er needs for farm
modernization such as
bathrooms, utility rooms, better
kitchens, asd many other
provements to the home as w ell
as to farm buildings. W hile ten
ant and farm laborers are
eligible, the owner may borrow
to do construction
make improvements for them.
“ The loans are made to farm
owners who need credit to fin
ance building improvementa or
repairs, but find that adequate i
credit is not available through'
banks or other regular
The interest rate Is
four percent and loans may be
amortized over periods up to 33
Each year sees an increase In
the number o f farm ponds
the county. Incident to this In
crease are inquiries concerning
the raising o f tiny ray fish in
cluding bass, bluegill and crap-
pies and about bullfrogs
ducks There are inquiries also
about trout which are not inclu-
Hours 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
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fo r good bargains at y ou r
Big d o in g s! Big dea ling s!
Good looking used cars! Attractive price
tags! For the make and model of your choice, go
where you see the OK Used Car sign.
You r Chevrolet dealer has the widest variety o f used
cars. And he has them priced to move fast to make
room for the cars he is taking in trade on new 1958
Chevrolet«. W ithout doubt, he has one that will
satisfy your needs!
See your local authorized Chevrolet dealer
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