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THE C LA C K A M A S CO U NTY NEWS
_Estacada, Oregon, Friday, May 30, 195S
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G U A R A N T E E PERFECT
! Mr. Coop's sister
Mrs. Vella guests of his mother, Mrs. Ben
Mathews had Sunday dinner in Doerksen o f Gresham,
Portland with Mrs. Mathews’ with four others from Gresham.
| Sunday dinner guests of Dora
daughter, Mrs L y le Lawler
Spending Sunday with Mrs. 1 and Nola Clester were Mr. and
Ed Reha were her brother ana IfrS . Win. Brackett la nephew
sister in law, Mr. and Mrs. Toni of Dora’s) from Canby. On May
; Maltby o f Portland. During Mr 17 the Clesters entertained Dor
\ Reha’s hospital stay, Mrs. Reha othy Lang o f Fresno, Calif.and
has had the companionship of Tressa Woodle o f Portland.
Elizabeth Grover from Sandy.
Last weekend Fliorence Clon
Mabel Clester spent four days inger entertained three grand-
last week visiting Mrs. Edith childrn, Diana, Barbara,
Shoup, a form er Eagle Creek Vernon Plumlee, giving them a
Sunday picnic at Eagle
V irgil Nelson fam ily Park assisted by her borther.C.
! last Sunday went to DeLake fo r C. Davis.
a cool day at the bearh, accom
Visiting old time Eagle Creek
panied by friends from Clacka- J firends here last Thursday were
¡ r and Mrs. Jesse Forrester
J The Durwood Douglas fam ily Oswego and Della Glover Hen
last Sunday enjoyed a picnic ry of Portland, former local re
at Waukina Falls in honor
The Forresters until
Durwood’s birthday. They w ere just recently lived in Coos Bay.
scnooFs graduating class.
Miss Martha Maloney return-
i id home to Eagle Creek on May
(By Margaret Ross)
11, after spending the past
M r and Mrs Z. P Coop
last months in San Diego, with her
Friday night entertained at
6ylvia and Tim Leea-
birthday dinner in
honor of ham who were caring for Miss
Gladys Grant Maloney’s house during her ab
with her husband Jim from M a sence, have now moved to the
Dr. James Harrison place,where
The Ladies Aid of Eagle Creek Tim is working on the
church met on Wednesday .May farm.
21, at the home
o f Florence
Mrs. Elvira Valentine return
Cloninger w i;h 20 present.Ev-
elyn Brackett, chairman of the ed home here on M ay 18, after
j a 5 months’ visit in Logan,Utah
with her 87 year old father, Eli-
that still more recipes are desir
I jah Robinson, and her brother
ed, from other local cooks
w ell as members,
before the and sister She made the trip by
car ith her daughters, Virginia
book is compiled.
Lois Swanson of
Maude Burnett was in Port
land last Thursday and Friday Portland.
Steve Wilson, son
as the guest o f
Fleisnhmann a former
Eagle j Earl Wilsons,
Creek school teacher who lived Samaritan Hospital in Portland
in Mrs. Burnett’s home at
one early this week fo r surgical ra-
time. Mrs. Burnett also visited | moval of a growth on his knee
Z. P. Coop has built a
with her sisters on Friday.
The Robert Paine fam ily has access road to his home to by-
The new road
due cause for pride this
week j pass the mill.
o f the
with daughter Cecelia the vale j follows the boundary
dictorian o f Eagle Creek’s graa- I Lensch property from the hi-
uating class and daughter Mary I way
salutatorian of Estacada
high ! Mr. and Mrs. Z. P Coop and
The Rangers got
fiv e hits |
Register Now With
Mike Timm and
both collectei two hits
for the visitois.
For Summer Piano
It was the last game
o f the
The Estacada High
School season. The local team acquired
baseball team won its
second a record of two wins anl eight
See me at the Estacada
game o f the season May 16 at loses.
Canby by the score of 10-8.
Church of God on Thurs
Estacada scored ten runs !u
days, 9:30 to 11:30 a.m.
the first 5 innings. Many of the NOTICE: Oui deadline
or 1:30 to 4:00 p.m.
runs came because o f wildness
clay night. Wo cannot guaran
by the two Canby pitchers.
304 Fine Arts Building
The Rangers helJ a i"o 2 lead tee publication if material is
going into the 6th inning
Canby exploJed for
helped by two home runs,
two Estacada pitchers.
loaded the bases in the last
the 7th but the side was retired
Freshman Ropin Cody
the winnisg Estacada pitcher.
Canby into Camp
| BLUE LAKE PARK
Bank by Mail
FOR m 33rd ANNUAL
North of Fairview Avs. and
B[ue Lake Road
S W I M M I N G • • Lifeguard-protected encls-
t? 4 Siiitf riithv?
e(| swimming area.
3 0 AT3NG ’ • Ri,te for AU Ages-
P i r U E f C ‘ ‘ plenty ° f Tables, Dutch Ovens,
r H E iIv J
Family Picnics Our Specialty!
DANCING" ‘ 0pen 7 Days a Week!
Park Opens 9 A. M. (Admission 25c)
main floor of the new
NEW H O S P IT A L RIBS
As under en
huge ing at SE 28th and Steele
steel girders of the new
P ort Portland.
land Osteopathic hospital cast a some idea of size of the million
pattern of shadows from
the dollar hospital to open this fall.
spring sun as workers lay pro , The structure also has a
tective covering on
concrete ment level. When opened, the
new hospital w ill have 50 beds.
Planned additional wings
bring the future total
The hospital, replacing
the present building at 616 N W
18th,will serve osteopathic pa
tients of the Estacada area.
Swimming at 10:30 A.M. (35c to Swim)
itliip! L » k « k I ' » r k
N. B. Welsch, Owner and Operator
A CONVENIENT SERVICE
AND A GREAT TIME SAVER!
If you haven’t time to come to our bank, or
for other reasons it is inconvenient to do so,
take advantage of our
BANK BY MAIL SERVICE
This “ Bank by Mail” service brings our bank
as close as your mail box. “ Bank by M ail" is
safe and convenient. It is here for you to use.
Ask for “ Bank by Mail” supplies.
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Serving Eastern Clackamas County Since 1911
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plu s tax a n d license
Size up the BIG new Mercury 312. It has power with
economy, the luxury and preshge you w a n t - in a car
priced right down with the low-priced three. If you can
afford any new car this year, you can afford this new
Mercury 3 1 2 - t h e BIG car that's invaded the low-priced
field. Don’t d e la y -m a k e it today!
A T E S T A C A D A EVERY W E D N E S D A Y
GRESHAM SEED & FEED CO.
Phon« M O 5-2186
Estacada l ord & M e rc u ry
Phone CR 9-3 2 6 2