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THE CLACKAM AS COUNTY NEWS
Estacada, Oregon, Friday, May 30, 1958
Special - Springwater Store
WAXTEX Waxed Paper
Zee NAPKINS, 80 count
Lindsay Jumbo OLIVES, ta!! tin
Pheasant Select Olives, tall tin
Pheasant Pitted OLIVES, tall tin
Pheasant TOMATOES, 303’s
KOOL AID, All Flavors
Fisher’s 2 Lb. CHEESE
Van Camp PORK & BEANS, 303’s
Blue Bell POTATO CHIPS, 6 oz. Reg. 39c,
CLOSED MEMORIAL DAY
I on the birth o f a baby boy. The
grandmother is Mrs. Erma Ten-
Mr. and Mis. Elwin Shibley
enjoyed a visit this past w eek
Mrs. Laura Tucker celebrated
with Mrs. Shibley’s brother and her 81st birthday May
his w ife, Mr. and Mrs LeR oy Metzler Park w here her fam ily
M cCloskey w ho are in Oregon gathered to honor her. Attend-
on a vacation from Maracaibo, ing w ere Mr. and Mrs. Rae Er-
Mr. M cCloskey is ickson, Jay, Jim y, Janice and
the Joyce of Redland, Mrs. James
em ployed in Venezula by
Standard Oil Co. Friday evening K erchofer, Victor, Marilee, Ar-
Mr. M cCloskey showed
film s j thur and Edward o f O regon Cl-
that he had taken in Venezula, ty, Mr. and Mrs. David Erick-
Colom bia and Guatemada to an son, Mike and Laura Beth
interested group at the Spring- ¡Corvallis, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. H
I r r i i
water Grange hall.
Tucker o f Springwater, Mr. and
Congratulation!! to Mr.
and Mrs. Robert Heiple, Don G ene
Mrs. L yle Patterson o f Portland ! and Eddie o f Currinsville.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Thompson
and children Donald,
Mollie, Jean and Don called on
M rs. Tucker later in the
They hten visited the Wm
Mr. and Mrs. Everett Shib-
ley.M rs.Elwin Shibley and Mrs
Erma Tenny attended the grad
uation exercises in Forest G rove
o f the P acific U where
nephew G ene Bard was one of
Mr. Hugh Marshall made
trip to Seattle to visit his daug
hter llene and her husband and
his new granddaughter ov er the
W ilber had as vls-
¡tors this past w eek her"daugh-
r i it •
ter Mrs. Calkins o f Madras and
her son Kenneth
leave from the army. On Sun
day they took him to the base
in Portland where he left to re
turn to Korea
W ord has been received o f the
illness o f Vernon Keller o f Hap-
py Camp, Calif. He was taken
to a hospital at M edford, Ore
after a serious heart attack.
Mr Anthony Gilette of Kirk-
ville. New Y ork, near Syracuse,
is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Rodney
Kiggins. The tw o men w ere in
the army in Korea together.
le Creek and Mr. and Mrs. Lut- MUSIC STUDENTS
her Robinson o f Camas.
H AVE PICNIC
A bout 60 mem bers
of th e ,
band and choir
o f Estacada ,
high school last Sunday enjoy- \
ed an excursion
(B y Leila G ordon)
Creek Falls accom panied
The past Pres. Parley
met their directors Mr and
with Leila Gordon Tues. Pres G len Garrett. Swim m ing, hik
ent w ere Eva Dooley,
Helen ing, games and picnic feed o c - j
Marshall, cupied the day. B ob Storey and
Gladys Red H ow ell provided bus trans
Stormer, Ina Chevron, Grace portation for the trip.
Still and Jane Abbott
Garfield Home Ec w ill meet
at Belle Duus Tues eve,June 3 ! The doldrums are stretches of)
ocean, between the trade windi
at 730 PM
Mr and Mi s Vern Lant*.
of belts, where the air Is quiet and!
Colton visited at the
D ew ey sultry. Cyclones and frequenti
Qualls one day last week.They squalls originate there. The horse
r o n planning
l n n n i n c * n on
n a attending
t f o m l i n n f the
latitudes, calms near the Tropics|
w P ere
graduation exercises at
Red ■of Cancer and Capricorn, are re-(
mond as tw o
granddaughters gions of light variable winds.
• • •
w ere graduating.
The “ L ord’ s P rayer R ock ” ) ,
Visiting at the
Sunday PM were her brother stands near Bristol, Vermont. It)
and fam ily, M r and Mrs. Ray was inscribed in 1891, to admonish
mond Thorne of Canby and Mr. profane teamsters urging theii
and Mrs. W illie Garber and
a horses up a steep grade.
children o f Salem and in the
Calypso In Trinidad—its birth)
evening Louis Plamateer
Mr. and Mrs. Ken Palmateer to place—Is judged not by the tunq
see the m ovie of their Chihua but by the wit. The singer-compos
hua puppies. The Thornes nau ers weave biting satire about
just returned from a visit w ith world and local events Into thei)
relatives in Nebr., o. Kans.and tuneful commentaries.
. . .
Mr. and Mrs. Wm.
Almost one-third of the pape)
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Zakrzewski
and Claude R ice
shopped In and paperboard used In the Unitetf ^
became the parents o f a baby
Portland Friday eve
States is returned to the papel
boy Friday eve., May 23. The
The reception fo r Mr. and mill In the form of waste pape) |
new arrival, named
Stephen, Mrs. Claude Parvin w ill be at
and used again.
. . .
weighed in at Portland Emm an- j he Q range hail June 1 at 3 p.m
: i m l H n c n D h l
o r R I h c Kr>7
n m iil
uel Hospital at
8 lbs 6oz P Proud
0 __ u r congratulations
to the 1 fol-
Scientists have found 150 dil
grandparents are Mr and Mrs. low n graduates from Garfield: ferent chemicals in the orangl
Anthony J. Zakrzewski o f Eag- Corrinne Harmon, Judy Derno- and they believe there are a)
vek, Ann M cClure, John Met least 100 more yet to be found.
. . .
calf, Allan Adamson, Dean M c
Allister and our Grange mem ber
More than 5 tons of coal ar|
used to manufacture the steel ta
Mr and Mrs. Otto Lam bert build a modern six-room house.
. . .
' visited the D ew ey Qualls Sun
The dairy industry Is one of th^
largest users of stainless stcell
Their uses in this industry rangi
Upon arriving from Lot An- from milking machines and pa
! geles on M ay 18, Ruth Barr con teurizing equipment to tank true] :ki ' r
tacted all the members o f the
Estacada high school class o f
1938 w hom she could reach,
hoping they could attend the
alum ni banquet for a re-union.
O f the 44 mem bers in the class
on ly 10 could be present. They
ENDS TH U R SD A Y
w ere: Cecilia Hafer Hein, Elean
or Johnson: LaRae Davis Sn y NOT RECOMM ENDED FOR
der, Anona Whitehead M cLaugh
i lin, Beatrice Pulley Hale, Ruth
j Barr, Jack Duus, Jim Gunter
! and Tillman Forman, Mr- and I
Mrs. Jesse Foster w ere also pres- I
ent. Mr. Foster was music teach-
F R ID A Y - S A T U R D A Y
' er in the high school at that j
M av 30-31
time. He is n ow supervisor of
music for the Portland school JOHN ERICSON and __
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FOR THE ESTACADA AREA
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Leave your cleaning at these agents, or call
them for house pickups.
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EFFECTIVE JUNE 9th, We have sold CoffieSd's
Market & Grocery to CECIL TAYLOR of Estacada.
We w k k to thank cur m any customers who have
patronized ns, many as h a g as our 15 years in
business* We hope to fee able to devote more tim e
to our farm and fa m ily .
We feel very fortunate on getting a man as weil
knewn and qualified to take over and we believe
he rvi!! provide you with batter service and a more
WATCH FOR ms GRAND OPENING IN THE NEAR
We have a large stock to liquidate before giving
possession June 1.
We are slicing prices w ay down to liquidate!
EXAMPLES SUCH AS:
CAN '0 POP
Reg. 6 for 59c
1 0 c Can
Special 1 2 f°r 5 9 c
Cup & Saucer Reg. 55c Creamery Blend Reg 39c
2 Lbs. 35c
Jiffy, Reg. 39c
Dozens of Items 2 0 %
To 5 0 % Below Our
Now 2 9 c ^a*
These offers good from NOW to JUNE 1!
CAM PBELL « C Y S
H om er Campbell o f Estaca
da recently made an initial pur
chase of one registered
A y r
shire according to the Ayrshire
Breeders Assn Secretary David
G ibson. Jr. o f Brandon, Vt.
The transaction was recorded
in the National O ffice o f
Brandon, Vt. where com plete
records on nil registered Ayr-
shires in the
M OLLY BEE and
ALLEN REED JR. in
¡CINEM ASCOPE and CO LO R
SUN. MON. TUE
RITA H AYW O RTH ,
FRAN K SIN A TR A and
KIM N O V A K in
R. & L. SHOE STORES, INC.
When I broke the news to Bill
¡that he had been drafted to make
some household repairs . . . he took
it like a husband. He pleaded aches
and pains, and tried to put it off.
‘‘ Not today you don’t m’lord,” I
Intoned. “ And for a • acre you’re
going to finish
start. Yes, todu;
And he was.
After trying in vain for months
to get our wood floors to the same
ness the ads
always show I
finally gave up
and went to a
for some tips.
He told me the
ly needed re-“
g a v e me a
pamphlet on the methods involved.
“ This will help you plan the
job more completely, Mrs. Riley”
he smiled. “ If there’s anything else
I can do, please let me know.”
According to this brochure it
was wise to tackle our particular
floor as a do-it-yourself project.
The booklet and I, not Bill, de
I had also learned from the deal
er that the chemical corporation
Pierce and Stevena, who publish
the pamphlet, also produce several
products for wood floor mainte
nance. What sold me on them was
the fact they didn’t push their
products in the manual at all . . .
but gave objective and detailed
idvice about floor finishing, period.
Any company that can afford
:o do that must have confidence in
its merchandise” I told myself. So,
I got some Fabulon (the finish)
and the job waa one-tenth over,
The other nine-teaths was getting
Bill to work!
, The job itself, as it turned out, ,
wasn’t tough at all; and the floors
look wonderful. I suspect Bill sort
of got a kick out o f doing it, but of
course he’d never tell me that! I
guess a man is just a mar.!
f I’m sure glad we had that manu
al, though. Anyone planning to da
over floors should get s copy. II
esye inside you can send a dime ta
the company (they’re In Buffalo,
f - Y.) and get a copy, if your
pamt, hardware er lumber dealer
doesn’t have any.
Now of Our New Location
Across from Estacada Lumber Co.
A U C T IO N
All types of goods and equipment accepted for
auction on consignment. Bring yours in NOW!
WE BU Y-SELL-SW AP
Cabinet-making, Gutter Work & Reupholstering