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CURP WS VILLE MARKET NEWS
Volume No. 1
Estacada, Oregon, Friday, May 23, 1958
Currincville Savings Page No. 8
Gortons of San Mateo, Calif, show them for absent ones.Mr an alergy shot besides the rest
called Neighbors will rem em and Mrs Boucher leave soon lor of his hurts. He is getting along
ber her as M able Anders They Boston, Mass. Elm er received, satisfactorily at present.
(By Leila Gordon»
not seen each other for 38 m any nice gifts; the one from ] Dewey Qualls entered the
The Dorci? Society m et w ith had
and hadn't heard from his two sons and two sons-in- hospital Friday for m inor surg
Maggie Bate.' May 15 w ith 12 years
for sometime. Even tho she law was especially appreciated;; ery H e returned hom e Sat. but
m embers and 2 guests present her
been aw av for so long she it was a scope sight for his deer w asn’t feeling good until Tues.
W orked os quilts and cut out had
found H ector’s place w ithout rifle.The two absent sons gave The Dean Qualls were home on
block.s Voted *o place a book on inquiring
and Hector recogniz him a suit. Refreshm ents of Sat and Dean helped w ith the
memory shelf at the Library ed her at once.
Mr G orton trav-
ice cream . cake asd chores.
for Sadie A n.'ers who had been ¡ ¿ ‘to*Seattie“ but usually by coffee,
Mt- and Mrs Jak e Qualls have
a long tim e member. Delicious plane and this is the first tim e hostess ere served by the moved
from Cnlif. to a farm
refreshm ents vere served and he’s driven- She also visited
The; spent Sat.
M able Wooster will be hostess w ith Mabel W ooster a short
Sun. at his brother’s the
returned Mon fro ma trip to and
on June 19th
Idaho w here they visited then- D evey
Garfield Extension will m eet time.
at th e Wm. Chrys-
and son in law, the lers Visiting
at Helen Ea-kns May 28 at 10: Sunday at the Carl Davis daughter
is their daughter Jean, Mrs.
30 AM “Care of the Skin” is home in Portland a surprise Earl H aw kins of Twin Falls. Carl W eitz and two grandchil
the m orning program . The in birthday pratv was given for Virginia cam e hom e w ith them dren Eddie and K athie of Spo
stallation of officers w ill pre- Elm er Davis Also assisting for a visit and w ill be here until kane. They expect to be there
ceeded the PM program 'Design w ere M r and Mrs Harold Moore June 8. The C arters stayed two until Sat- Carl W eitz is much
in Dress' by the Agent. Sack and Mr. and Mrs. C anterberry. nights w ith cousins in The im proved after his illness carr
lunch This is the last m eeting T here w ere 37 in attendance Dalles and one night witn ier this year.
and am ong them w ere Elm er’s friends in B aker. They were
Mrs Roy M axw ell won 1st in sister Mrs G ’-ace W hite of P ort aw ay 8 days and said they had W ILLAMETTE V STUDENTS
the Co. w ith her apron at Pom land and two brothers and Wm. a lovely trip and that Idaho is
TO APPEAR HERE
ona II E- at M ilwaukie last and H erm a.i hoth of St- Helens; also beautiful specially at this
A student deputation team
w eek. It wil be sent to State Mrs Lora Paim ateer, Mr. and tim e of year.
Gran -o and the H E. is hoping Mrs George Arm strong of Es Tho infant son of M r and Mrs from W illam itte U under the
he ; 11 w in there- The apron tacad:; and rs- O live Davis of Gler, D anforth was bad scalded direction of George Rogers will
was so preliy and beautifully Corvallis. Two sons Howard or on his head and arm w hen he .direct the 11 AM worship serv
Boston and Ralph of H ayward, i caught his finger in the ring on ice at th e Es’acada M ethodist
The H ector Anders had a Calif, w ere unable to attend Mr the handle of a kettle on the Church next Sunday, M ay 25-
ple asant suipirse Sun His half and Mrs. Norm an B oucher took stove. He also had a bad case of G raduates of the Estacada
sister and husband, the Danmovies of the event and w ill tape poisoning and had to have G rade and H ’f h School will be
honor guests A potluck dineer
will follow the service.
WE SHEAR SHEEP & PRICES" says Harold Piatt
and Idaho and would probably have rated a Champ title. He has
sheared as high as 170 head in one day when in practice.
After the war the Piatts entered the grocery and meat business
in Portland. They sold the Portland store in 1953 and after a
vacation took over the Currinsville Market where Piatt follows
shearing only prices - -and an occasional sheep, for fun.
Harold Piatt, owner of the Currinsville Market, is shown
shearing a sheep belonging to Robert Allison of Heiple Road.
Shearing time was ten minutes. Piatt used to do it in five.
Before he went to the armed services in World War II, Piatt
was a professional contract shearer working Wyoming, Montana
I0P QUnilTV, TEÎ10ÊK
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. Selicious, Country Style___
VLIAK. SALE !
Featuring Grade 'Gor-d or 'Choice'
9 9 « to.
8 9 « !i>-
8 9 « to.
8 5 « to.
WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT
POWDERED OR BROWN
REG. 15c. SAVE 5c
[ g o o d b e e f
1— ' T AST Ell PARD DOG FOOD
SMOOTH - Contains Radiant Heat
2 Cups 3 5 c
2 9 e &•
For sah ds or slicing
TIME TG CAN OR FREEZE!
2 &s. 25c
3 .1 5
1S2P&3J Swift's Swift'ning
Pure shortening for
baking or frying!
1 Lb. Tin
3 f°r 4 4 c
■ !CV Y Golden Crest 5 !b pail 1 -0 0
" f IP Z NATURAL FOOD IS UNREFINED,
»ME and DELICIOUS - COMES
iE MOUNTAIN VALLEYS OF THF.
Zee, Assorted Colors
4 Roll Pak 39c
it's got that ¡Swift's
Large 20 oz. jar
- P ïp ç
M. J. B., Reg. or Drip
C.&H. SUGAR lib .p k g .1 0 c
1 0 lbs. 4 9 c
59 c lb.
Lean, meaty, shoulder cuts._______
SATURDAY,MAY 23 and 24
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1364 SUMMER '30—Eoe» •
PRICES Pda F8Í9AY ADD
Mrs- E. R. la n ia rd was hon
ored w ith a «dork show er last
Friday evening, given by Mrs.
Norm a Chonle and Mrs. Taylor
Blasingam e at the Chonle
home. She received a bathinet
for the expected heir.
27c ea. 4 f o r l 0 0
BEEF. CHICKEN or TURKEY! READY
TO BAKE IN ITS METAL PIE
AT E^SO Z .P
TREND Liquid Detergent, Lge tin 53c
Dissolves Grease Instantly - Quickest way to wash
dishes. ECONOMICAL - GOES SO FAR!
Currinsville M arket
12 oz. tin
LEMONADE Concentrate 2 3 c
Lipton's TEA BAGS, pkg. of 48 ( J 7 C
NEW FLO-THRU TEA BAGS
Enjoy tea with a difference! Now you’ll get tea
with finer, fuller flavor because Lipton's remark
able new Flo-Thru Tea Bags let boiling water to
the tea leaves faster. Yoou’ll get more of the lively
brisk flavor the makes Lipton's so delightful to
Fstacada Rt. 1
Pint Bottle J 9c