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Paul Slorn n ,!. DM1'
D E N T IS T
9 to 5 M on« thro Sat.
M A S O N IC B LD G .
Estacada, O regon
Dr. L. W. Griffith
P .M M ay 14, 1958 fo r furnish-
ing and d e liverin g one 66 pas-
senger school bus.
Specifications may be obtain*
Lib ra ry from 9 A M to noon,May eh by callin g at the
I Grac'e Sch ool office-
Publish A p ril 25, M a y 2, 9, 16
T h e Board reserves the right
, to reject any or all bids.
N O T IC E
REQ U EST FOR
Bids m ay be left at the Esta-
B ID S
S C H O O L BUS
cada G rad e School or m ailed to
Sealed bids w ill be received Directors, School D istrict No.
by School D istrict No. 108, Es 108, P. O. B ox 518, Estacada,
tacada G rade School u n til 8:00 Oregon-
Published A p ril 25 and M ay
THE C LA C K A M A S C O U N T Y N E W S
Estacada, Oregon, Friday, May 9, 1958
N O T IC E O F P R E -S C H O O L
C L IN IC M A Y 21
Wednssd: /, M ay 21. all c h il
dren w h o w ill be enrolled in the
publir schools are lequested to
have th eir required pre-school
m edical exam s to be conducted
at the Estacada G rad e
MAN FOR A MAN-SIZE JOB
A Com plete O ptical S ervice
Eyes Exam ined
Broken Lenses D uplicated
Glasses P itte d
Eyeglass Fram es Repaired
W h ile Y ou W a it
We in v ite Com parison o f
lervice, Q u ality and P ric e
W e do our ow n grinding
V IS IO N O P T IC A L CO.
Gresham, O regon
O ffic e on P o w e ll Blvd.
Teleph one M O 5-3813
R E P U B L IC A N FOR
Howard L. Smith
A g e n t fo r B adger M utual &
N ational F ire Ins.Com panies
172 S. E. Fourth St.
O ffic e Phone
raid A d».. Unander lor Governor C o m m i«... O rari.. A. Sproflu.. Chairman.
P K Y S IC 1 A .
SU RG EO N
R yn n in g D rug Bldg-
Phone C it 9— 3285
I f N o A n sw er
C all CR 9— 4152
O B S T E T R IC S &
G YNECO LO G Y
R yn nin g D rug Bldg-
Phon e C R 9— 3265
I f N 0 A n sw er
C all C R 9— 4152
et Do wn to B u s i n e s s V
Thornton lor Congre.. Comm., fo ri N oll. Chrm., McMiiunriN*. Ore.
L . J. A N D E R S O N
E d itor and P u b lis h »
Published w e e k ly on F rid ays at Estacada, C lackam as County,
Oregon. Entered in the p osto ffice at Estacada, O regon, as sec
ond class matter. Subscription rates in Clackam as County one
year $2.50; outside the county and in the S tate o f O regon one
year $3.50; outside the State o f O regon one v e a r $4.00
Mr. and Mrs. G u y M oore are scriptions payable in advance.
the parents o f a baby girl, Jan-
[ce Lynne, born A p ril 29. She
jo in s
Hours :9:30 to
Phone Estadada CR. 9-3275
B O O K K E E P IN G S E R V IC E
A n e ffic ie n t B ookkeepin g
S ervice at a P ric e You Can
A ffo r d
F o r S m all Businesses
R O SALYN STRUBHAR
Rte. 1, B ox 12, Estacada
Phone C R estw ood 9-6720
S TA F F C O RRESPONDENTS
G a rfield
C u rrin sville
Mrs. Lou ise Lin n
I horn" last w eek from Auburn,
C alif, w h ere she has been v is
iting her sister,
W a k efield , fo r the
past six j
weeks. W h ile th ere she
NORF.LAD K N O W S W HAT THE VOTERS W AN T in his district!
General Sheet Metal
City Licen ed
Phone MU 7-3831
W e're running on a strictly nonpartison plat
form and pledge you our continued efficiency
in every phase of banking. PLUS the friendly,
service that you get only from a
home-owned, home-managed bank. You will
like our many services and we are noted for
our MODEST SERVICE CHARGES.
Come in today and LEA
T h e Past N cb le Grands Club
w ill hold th eir regular m eeting
M onday, M a v 12 at the home o f i
Mrs. A m y R ivers, at 1 P.M .
ß sn k
Mrs. R ay Gordon
M rs. L a ia y e Fouts
M rs. Joe W iederh old
M rs. M a r g a r r ' Ross
M rs. Erma Rich
. . .............. M rs. A n n e Justice
Mrs. N e llie Currin
F lo y d Dav, Duane Day and
G ary Vestal
: slicing school in Hillsboro last
b ro th e rs.
R ev. James O M oore of Esta- N oble Grands’ Club assisted by
cada assisted Rev. W alkow o f ^ j ' V
cerem o |f0<*ge. w ill h^ve a food sale at
ts-G ilb ert with
ny Mrs. C lifton White, Supt. o f the N ew s o ffic e on Saturday,
the Estacada Church
School assisted w ith the ladies j
who w ere baptised
and t h e 1
; men w e re assisted by Mr. N oil
w ere 14 bantised from the Es
tacada congregation; they w e re
; Mr. and M rs H enry K roeker,
| Mrs. N eil K ro e k e r .' Mrs. B ill
M rs Gib C a liff and
K aren and
I Chuck C a liff. Mrs. K a te Tom p-
k ’ n- and son Elm er Tompkins.
Shultson : ud son Robert
1 Shultson, J-r.imp Surrels
Jer-icn e W h ite. There
! peuple fro m the Estacada con
gregation present fo r the ser-
| vice. Mrs. Carol Kniskern sang
a v e ry inspiring ilo
T elep h on e Estacada
________ _____ ..
_ . . . . . . . ,, r R U ,n m
c L U B FO O D S A L E M A Y 10
Tht> m em bers o f
Plumbing; and Heating.
DR. P A U L O. C R O W N
C H IR O P R A C T IC P H Y S
IC IA N
CLACKAMAS COUNTY NEWS
George S. Hara, M.D
M ay 10th.There are to be c a k e s ,; b rin g donations d ow n to the of-
pies, rolls, cookies etc. and it is fic e on Saturday m orning, mak
hoped that all o f the ladies o f ing this a fin e sale o f good eats
the lod ge w ill
cooperate and just b efo re M oth ers’ day.
Allyn M. Price, M.D.
A g e n t fo r L o y a lty G roup &
Fran k lin N ation al G roup
Insurance Com panies
Estarada, O regon
P hose CR. 9-3371
C H U R C IIE S U N IT E F O R
B A P T IS M A L R IT E
Estacada C hutch o f G od un-
ited w ith ne
Lents- G ilb ert
Church fo r a batismal ceremo-
A p r il
visited her cousin. Lola
son. She made a trip to L a k e
Tahoe and from there w ent <>
Reno to see her brother, ^ T:a^
friends in Sacramento,
land and San Francisho.
Mr. and Mrs. Hannah
Mr. and M rs
an<j children o f Portland c a ll
ed on Mrs. Lou ise Douglas last
This picture shows Walter Norblad, assisted by
his wife, Elizabeth, personally tabulating the
thousands of replies received in answer to his
questionna:re seeking the opinion of voters on
WORKING FOR OREGON WITH A 13-YEAR HEADSTART
W ith 435 members in the H ouse o f R e p
re s e n ta tiv e s , in flu e n c e is g a in e d b y a
representative in Congress o n ly through
seniority. T h a t’s w h y W a lte r N o rb la d is
able to do so much fo r Oregon. H is 13-year
headstart is im portant to jobs in Oregon.
T hrough his seniority N orb la d is O regon’s
on ly influential voice in Congress. K eep
W a lte r N orb la d in Congress.
A n y n ew ly elected congressman could
not attain N o rb la d ’s congressional influ
ence unless he served continuously to the
yea r 1973!
N o r b la d is o n th e job f o r y o u N O W I
Candidate for the Republican nomination for
Represent alive in Congress from the First Dis
trict comprising these 10 counties: Benton, Clack
amas, Clatsop, Columbia, Lincoln, Marion, Polk,
Tillamook, Washington and Yamhill.
NOW — serving in his 7th consecutive term.
NOW— Western G O P W hip in House.
NOW — 4 years younger than the average age of
the members of the House . . . years younger than
the other primary candidates and 13 years ahead
in seniority influence.
NOW— has important seniority over three-fourthi
of the 435 members in House of Representatives.
NOW — member o f Armed Services Committee,
Committee on Committees, Special Committee on
Activities of Central Intelligence Agency.
Paid Advertisement, W alter N orblad for Congrats Commilfaa,
Wendell Wyatt, Chairman, 1211 Lexington Avenue, Astoria, Oregon
Salem Campaign Office, 130 S. Liberty Street
US PROVE THIS.
Evelyn M. Lawrence
Issnrancc o f A ll Kinds
N o ta ry P u b lic
Estacada, R oute 2, B o x 94
Phone Es*acada CR. 9-3959
D R ."L IO N E L B U R T O N
O S T E O P A T H IC
P H Y S IC IA N A N D
ESTAC AD A, OREGON
O ffic e H ours: 9 to 12
3 to 6:30
Mon. Tue. W ed. F n .
9 to 12 Ahurs. & Sat.
Phon e C R 9-3250
Serving Eastern Clackamas County Since 1911
Byron D. McBride
Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corn.
E S T A C A D A JEW ELER
Far Watch R epair
M A T T STORY
Open 9 to 5 D ally
. . . REDUCES '58 PRICES BELOW
'57 ON POPULAR
CUSTOM 3 0 0 MODELS
j Jno. R. Scalfe. Milwaukle. Ore., Chm.
! McBride tor Legislature Committee.
H. C. S A N D E R S
B ookkeeping - Accounting
Contractor* L oggers M ills
S C H M ID T IN S . BI.DG.
E STAC AD A, OREGON
“ Fairness Without
"Reduce Taxes by
(P A ID
PO L IT IC A L
A D VERTISEM ENT)
A V O T E FOR
E. M . STADEL
“ is a vote for”
| / Greater Economies
thru Tax Reductions
J / Creating more job
feh *r Developing Oregon's
E. M. STADEL
| for State Representative
For many years at least
two Clackamas County’s
legislator* have been far
mers. This year the only
fanner on either ticket is
M ar vin Delker
Give him one of your
3 Vote? for STATE
• P a id
( 'm m .
r o ir r ir A L
A P iT iT iiL v t S T l
C re ta n
fo r by D elker fa r R ep resen ta tive
C v rtl C ham bers. Ser.,
R te. .V
City, O re >
In these time* when the price* of other car,
have gone up. Ford makes big new, with its
popular Custom 300 model, . . . which are
priced below the comparable car, for lait vear.
The Ford Custom 300’i are the lowest-priced
car, of the low-price three!*
The»e big new Ford, that you can buy for less
than 1957 price, are beautifully styled, well
equipped cars that you can drive with pride.
Visit your Ford Dealer and Action Test the
new 58 Ford Custom 300. You’ll like the
sparkling beauty of this great new Ford. You’ll
like its easy handling and the comfortable way
it rides you over even the roughest roads. You’ll
like the smoother, more responsive performance
It gives you when you step on the gas. And
you’ll surely like it, down-to-earth price I
NEWER IN THE WORLD
FORD still has the lowest priced car of the low-price three.
And nobody out-trades your hometown FORD Dealerl
* b «« i on comp,«»« *
Estacada ford £ Mercury
E stacad a, O regon