Estacada's Clackamas County news. (Estacada, Or.) 1957-1976, May 30, 1958, Page Page 5, Image 5

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    OREGON CITY REGULAR
ARMY RECRUITER IN
NEW LOCATION
Master Sergeant Leo G. Kelly,
regular Army recruiting serg-
east for Clackamas County an­
nounced that his
office has
been moved to a new location.
ASSEMBLY OF GOD
The recruiting office located
CHURCH
previously at 815 N Main St.in
5th and Broadway -
Pastor
Oregon City is now located
at
Marion Ravan
1506 Washingtos St, in Oregou
Sunday School 9:45 a.m.
City.
Morning Worshg> 11 a.m.
Anyone interested in
con­
tacting Sgt. Kelly
regarding Junior Church Sunday School
Bldg.
enlistment in the regular army
Evening Evangelistic Service
or desiring information about
7:45 p.m.
the many enlistment options ca­
reer fields and service schools
THE COMMUNITY
open to the younv men of '.his
area are urgM to contact Sgt.
METHODIST CHURCH
Kelly either in person a*
the S.E. 2nd & Main (on the hill)
above address or L
Church School 9:45 a.m.
call Collect Oregon City 7- 1 17
Morning Worship 11 a.m.
Nursery for children at
the
parsonage
Try a News
Classified Ad-
Youth Fellowship 6:45 p.m.
Costs little and
get results.
Evening Services 7:45 p.m.
Violet Bolliger, Minister
Phoneor bring your ad. to the
Page 5
THE CLACKAMAS COUNTY NEWS
Estacada, Oregon, Friday, May 30, 1958
HE LIGHT THAT NEVER DIMS
These Are Your
PINK & BLUE SHOWER
FOR MRS. RAY BF.1RT
Mrs. Ray Biert, the former
Leitha Courtnin, late of
Fort
Wurth, Texas, was guest of h o -1
nor at a pink and blue showei. \
The party was held the
ev­
ening o f May 23 at the Lester
Courtain residence with
Mrs.
Lester Courtain and Mrs. Ern­
est Courtain as co-hostesses.
Lots of nice gifts were
rt-
ceived. While many women at­
tended, others sent gifts.
The women were served cake,
ic cream, coffee and lemonade.
A nice time was had by all.
1
Churches
News office.
Professional
Directory
Paul Slominski, D M r
DENTIST
9 to 5 Mon. thru Sat.
MASONIC BLDG.
Estacada, Oregon
Dr. L. W. Griffith
A Complete Optical Service
Eyes Examined
Broken Lenses Duplicated
Glasses Fitted
Eyeglass Frames Repaired
While You Wait
We invite Comparison of
lervice, Quality and Price
We do our own grinding
VISION OPTICAL CO.
Gresham, Oregon
Office on Powell Blvd.
Telephone MO 5-3813
Howard L. Smith
Insurance
- Real Estate
Agent for Badger Mutual &
National Fire Ins.Companies
172 S. E. Fourth St.
Office Phone
Res. Phone
CR. 9-3773
CR. 9-3854
Allyn M. Price, M.D.
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON
Estacada
Rynning Drug Bldg-
Phone CR 9— 3265
If No Answer
Call CR 9— 4152
Don Day
Agent for Loyalty Group &
Franklin National Group
Insurance Companies
Estarada, Oregon
Phose CR. 9-3371
DR. PAUL O. CROWN
CHIROPRACTIC PHYS­
ICIAN
Midford Bldg. — Estacada
Telephone Estacada 1F6
Hours :9:30 to 5:30 p.m.
Closed Thursday
Phone Estadada CR. 9-3275
BOOKKEEPING SERVICE
An efficient Bookkeeping
Service at a Price You Can
Afford
For Small Businesses
ROSALYN STRUBHAR
Rte. 1, Box 12, Estacada
Phone CRestwood 9-6720
Evelyn M. Lawrence
Issnrance of All Kinds
Notary Public
Estarada. Route 2 Box 94
Phone Es*acada CR. 9-3959
DR. LIONEL BURTON
OSTEOPATHIC
PHYSICIAN AND
SURGEON
ESTACADA, OREGON
Phone CR 9-3350
Plumbing and Heating
General Sheet Metal
Work
Estacada
City Licensed
Phone MU 7-3831
1
MEAT CUT FOR LOCKERS
Including Hauling, Butchering, Cooling, Cut-
tin, wrapped and delivered for 6c lb.
Pork 8c lb.
BARTON COMMUNITY
BAPTIST CHURCH
Boring, Oregon , Rt. 3
Rev. Walden A.Askren, Pastor
8 A. M.
Sunday School 9:45 a.m.
Morning Worship 11 a.m.
Youth Time 6:30 p.m.
Evening Service 7:30 p.m.
Cooling, cut, wrapped and delivered, 4c lb.
Harold Middleton
Dial CR. 2-5145
ST. ALOYSIUS
CATHOLIC
CHURCH
ESTACADA
Father Norbert W. Fritz
Phone Sandy MU 2912
Masses 1st and 2nd Sundays
at 11 A. M.
3rd, 4th and 5th Sundays
at
8 A. M.
PORTER MENNONITE
CHURCH
(Seven Miles East of Estacada)
10 A. M.
Sunday School
11 A. M. Church Service
7 P. M.
Junior Meeting
Pastor Ernest J. Bontrager,
Rt. 1, Box 141 A, Estacada
ESTACADA CHURCH OF
GOD
Corner 2nd and Main Streets
Sunday School.......... 9:45 a.m.
Youth M eeting........ 6:30 p.m.
Evening Service
7:00 p.m.
Bible Study. . 7:45 p.m. Wed
Pastor: Rev. James O. Moore
Phone CR 9-3947
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Sunday Meeting in Estacada
City Hall
Church School 9:45 a.m.
Morning Worship 11 A.M.
Youth Program 7 P. M.
Evening Service 8 P.M.
Martin R. Craft, Pastor
George S. Hara, M.D
OBSTETRICS &
GYNECOLOGY
Estacada
Rynning Drug Bldg-
Phone CR 9— 3265
If N0 Answer
Call CR 9— 4152
A. D. Benshoof
CHURCH
IMMANUEL LUTHERAN
Sunday School at 9:45 A.M.
Main & Center, SANDY
Worship
Sunday 8:30 and
11 A. M.
DODGE
(By ANNE JUSTICE)
Mrs. Erin Phelan of
Odell,
Oregon, was at the Max Kish-
paugh and Paul Justice homes
on Sunday
afternoon. Mrs.
Phelan is an old army friend of
Mrs. Justice.
Bill Simmons, who drives for
National Vanlines left early on
Monday morning on
another
long haul trip.
The Capable Cooks met at
the home of Mrs. Paul Slane on
May 21- The meeting was call­
ed to order by the president
Celia Begulein. Roll call was
answered by naming our favoi •
ite drinks. We elected new of­
ficers as follows-
President-
Sally
Reynolds,
Vice Pres-
Karyle Reynolds,
Secretary-
Celia Begulein, Reporter, Shei
ri Reynolds; song leadersChris-
tine Kishpaugh and Janet Cas­
well. Mrs. Slane served hon­
ey oatmeal cookies and milx
and we worked on our cracker
baskets. We returned home at
5:45. Next meeting will be at
Elberta Simmons May 27.
Sally Reynolds of the Capable
Cooks was presented a bouquet
of a dozen red roses
at
her
graduation ast Thursday eve.
The flowers were from fellow
members and leaders
of the
club.
CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST
of LATTER DAY SAINTS
Estacada Branch -555 N.Broad-
way. President- Earl H. Eck-
crsley.
, •
Primary- 3:30 Thurs.
Sunday School 10 AM. Sun.
Sacrament Service 7 P.M. Sun
Releif Society- 2 PM Tues.
R. S. Work Meeting- 10:30 ev­
ery second Tues.
One of the most popular ways
o f entertaining the prospective
bride Is to give a shower for her.
To ring a change on the inevitable
kitchen, linen and bathroom
themes, why not plan a bridal
shower around a more original,
idea? Some possibilities: beach-
ware, stationery, gloves, or (to
take a tip from Grace Kelly’s yacht
shower) accessories for boats or
picnics. You might design a shower
j to tie into the interests or future
THE PRESBYTERIAN
life of the girl. And have you
thought of a barbecue or outdoor
CHURCHES
.party for an engaged girl? Ask
SPRING WATER
Rev. Harry B. Hampton, Sup your guests to bring gifts suitable
for outdoor cookery or entertain­
ply Pastor
ing.
Morning Worship 11 a.m.
Sunday School 10 a.m.
EAGLE CREEK
Rev. Vernon E. Ross,Jr Pastor
Worship 11 a.m
Sunday School 10 a.m.
ST. JOHNS at GEORGE
Rev.Vernon E. Ross, Jr. Pastor
Worship 9a.m.
Sunday School 10 a.m.
CHRISTIAN CHURCH
Bible School 10 A. M.
Worship Service 11 A. M.
Christian Endeavor 6:30 P.M.
Bible Study 7:30 P.M.
Choir Practice 8:30 P.M.
^b e st
dressed
salads 1
’ This is the season of birds and! WANTED. GOOD USED CARS
butterflies, brides and barbecues.
NEEDED BADLY.
(The center of entertaining move^
Will pay TOP DOLLAR
on
outdoors to terrace or backyard, 1958 Pontiac. Please see us at
jmd both the brand new homemaker
,nd the experienced hostess will once.
ant to plan some gala gatherings
, Bowman-Hoffman Pontiac
to take advantage of fine summer
818 E. Powell Blvd. Gresham
weather. The following ideas may
Phone MO 5-2166
help spark your summer and brid­ —Adv.
al entertaining.
G
ER?
1956 Chevrolet Pickup
1 2 7 5 -0 0
V 2 Ton, Long box. 6-ply tires
Radio, Heater. Overdrive. Sharp.
1952 Dodge 4 door
3 7 5 *0 0
Radio, Heater, New Seat Covers. Good tires
and Paint. Clean.
1953 Plymouth 4 door
4 4 5 -0 0
Radio, Heater. Skirts.
iim r
CULLOCH!
For surest, quickest cutting power, you can't beat the “ profes­
sional's choice” - McCulloch’s Super 55 chain saw.
Packing 6.5 hp into its trim 22 pounds, the gear-drive Super
55 is in a class by itself as a logging saw. It’s versatile, too, with
two-position blade mount — one for felling, another for best
balance when bucking. The Super 55 is the one saw withevery
professional feature!
Try it today!
Only $3 29
ESTACADA McCÜLLOCH
Estaccsia
Phone CR 9-3800
1955 Ford
Vi Ton
99500
A -l Condition, 6-ply tires. 4 speed.
1951 Chevrolet 2
3 9 5 -0 0
Powerglide. A -l Condition
1953 Dodge V-8 4 door
5 2 5 *0 0
Radio and Heater
M ilbr Chevrolet
Service
ESTACADA
hose A w a y
YOUR HOMETOW N NEWSPAPER
IS A STRONG LINK WITH HOME
From the day your children leave home for the
first time—throughout their stay aw ay from home
__the local newspaper you send them regularly
can be one of their strongest ties with home An
important addition to your letters, it helps them
keep astride of changes that occur in their home
town; events that happen to people they know
It can be a source of comfort fo them and to par­
ents at home, because by informing them, you
interest them and keep them closer to home.
C. JONES
ESTACADA JEWELER
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