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THE CLACK \MAS COUNTY NEWS
Estacada, Oregon, Friday, Aug. 22, 1958
improve the rifle range.Members
House guest of Mrs.
Maude ditch beside the hiway.
NOTE OF THANKS
Burnett during the past week
o f the committee for the barbe-
The Westminster Fellowship cee were Harold Norton, Mr.and
Mrs. Bernice Howell of
Creek Presbyterian Mrs. Tom Carter, Mr. and Mrs.
Clackamas. On Thursday even of Eagle
and many others sent gifts.
Church wishes to
the Howard Smith.
Mr. and Mrs.
On Friday afternoon 29 ladies ing they were dinner guests of
many people who helped
sup Frank Marshall, Harold Wooster,
¡and 33 children gathered at the the Paul Stills.
(By Margaret Ross)
Mrs. Maude Biurett became a port our two car washes held at Rex Bledsoe,
home of Mrs. Earl
Fred Gaylord and Tom Burn- give a shower for Mrs. Vernon great- grandmother last Thurs Sinclair’s Scrvioeenter. We ap and John Parvin.
Horger day with the birth of a baby boy preciate your support very much
while riding Fred’s motorcycle and Mrs. Harry Clark were co- Ronald Albert to
through Bark Bluce last Satur- hostesses.
Surprise feature la- daughter K ’arolyn and A1 Down
The Barbecue put on by
The Garfield Church
o f the
day. A car tum id onto the h i-. ,er in the party was a
second ey in Portland.
\ Sunday picnic party at Wil- Estacada Kiwi and Gun Club last NazarL’ne wil1 present thir Vaca-
way directly in front of
them -shower of gifts presented to Le-
hoit Springs included the Carl Saturday night was a real
sue v ’ ". Biblc Scb ,o1 Pro« ram thls
and struck a glancing blow at l,ta Clark by the guests.
Ronuows, Earl Bracketts and E.
Both boys were taken to
The Frank Tacherons welcom
the Oregon City hospital,
but ed a large number of
The Jesse Whislers home was
Tom was released on Monday.
relatives last Sunday at
, _, the scene of a
Two baby showers were given Fern Park for a reunion picnic
with four of their children and
last week in Eagle Creek.
On of the Renne family. Weekend
Tuesday eve., Aug. 12 Mrs. Bill house guests of the Tacherons repoctivc families present.
Sunday visitors of
Fletcher was honored at a sho-jwere their son and daughter-in
Mrs. Sam Olmstead were their
v.er at Eagle Creek Grange hall. I law, Donand Matte
son Orrin and family of Salem.
Mrs. E. It. Anderson was host- and children from Eugene.
Three of their
The Tony Buhlinger
remained to spend this
] spent the week end at
Ocean with them.
Park, Wash. They were accom-
Ethel Mae Burnett
| panied by Eddie White.
entertained her sister Mrs. Eva
The Virgil Nelson family and
Hughes from New York.
Mrs. Nelly Nelson went to New
' port last week end.
Wednesday of last
Richard and Robert
Wilson Smith on
and Mrs. A1
|accompanied the (Barton)
In week were Mr.
termediate Sunday school class White of Woodbum and two of
Mrs. White, the
of Kenny Valentine on a fishing
[ and camping trip over last Sat fromer Mary Gibson, is an
urday at Aust'n Hot Springs. ! teacher of Eag'.o Creek school.
I On the following evening Mrs.
Weekend guests o f Joanne
Smith had a surprise visit from
Burnett were two college class-
Mrs. Ray Fowler
Mary Lou Melhase of
Portland. Mrs. Fowler is a long
BUSIER B R O W N SHOE STORI ! Newberg and
time friend of
MAIN at EIGHTH | blood of Portland. On Saturday daughter Margaret.
they all went to Timothy Lake.
Twenty youngsters and young
people of the churches of Eagle
Creek and George have
spending this past
week at a
in Shibley’s Clear
Creek Canyon, accompanied b y :
Rev. and Mrs. Vernon Ross.
Inclur itg i Lulling, 3utcaering, Cooling,
Local residents viewed with
1 lying hooves and flying kids have proven the effort a worthy
amazement on Sunday morning will be much in
evidence be one announces rodeo producer
tin, wrapped and delivered for Gc lb.
the evidence of a minor accident tween regular rodeo events of the ( raig Landcen.Limited post en
Pork 8c lb.
below Engie Creek Grange hall. big Championship Rodeo being tries are being taken
driver had I presented nightly Aug. 21-22 23 one junior event only; entry fee
C -eling, cut, wrapped a»’4 J~!iv-red, 4c U»
mistaken the Grange driveway at Clackamas County Fair.A kids is S2 to be added to
for a right lane of
mam calf riding even was planned to > urse Boys must have parent’s
highway and discovered his er please kids 9 thru 12 who fancy writen consent and may contact
ror too late.
He swerved past the life of a cowboy and spunky ira ig Landecn by phoning Can-
the .'cad-end leg barricade, hut action of these calves and kids by 4982 nr 9611
Dial CR. '*-5145
nosed over the bank
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Little Rickey Smith is spend
ing his summer with his grand
parents the Henry Heiples
' The Earl Bracketts with some
friends nent Sunday at Timothy
Mo'li? Bates and Nellie Currin
siienl Friday eve at the McCon
Es:.” ¡ule, Oregon, Friday,
The Clir.tnn C olson family of
Oregon City v.crc dinner guests
Thur.-d y eve ■:.! the home of Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry
are the parents of a baby
born August 11th in the Oregon
City hospital. The habv weighed
P lbs. 1-2 oz. This is the Cald
well's second child.
We are sorry lo
death of Mrs. George Sutherland
who died Saturday, Aug.9th fol
lowing ti birth of a baby girl on
August 8. Funeral services were
held at Cangy Wednesday last
week. The Sutorlands live on
held at Canby Wednesday
Est icH a V a n i C'ily!
lu m b e r
¿sA và e ,
Douglas Showerman and Shar and Mrs. Leonard Sundblad
-, sr for ti e Fourier Truck
on Ralston, pupils of t’.ie Estaca Milwaukie were Saturday guests
da Sunday School, attended the of Mr. and Mrs. It Sarin and Gary
camp for juniors al Camp Ma
The F ntnn family reunion was grutier last week
Mr. and Mrs. George Kelly were
held last Sundry at Eagle Fern
Saturday evening visitors at the
Larry and Freddie
McNally Joe Young home.
entered the hospital for surgery
on Friday. Larry had an
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Chevron
Mr. and Airs. Frank Carver of
operation and Freddie a tonsill
are staying with their daughter,
Estacada route one visited Mrs.
Mrs. Dean Qualls in Gladstone
Carver’s sister, Mrs.Worley Brown
this week while Dean is in the
in Pocatello. Idaho last week.Thcy
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Phelps of returned by Chiloquin, Ore. and
from surgery which he had on Aberdeen, Wash., Mrs. Florence visited some frl< nds. A very en-
Monday of last week.
LcClair, of McClcary, Wash., Mr. oyablo trip— bu’ hot.
Mrs. Ethel Fortner spent a few and spent the night with Mr.and
days at the coast with her sister Mrs. Jim Rickey.
and mother last week.
they went down the coast to Oc-
eanlake to visit Mr. and Mrs. Joe
Mr. and Mrs. John
Englund Rickey, Jr. and family.
returned on Sunday from a ten
days vacation. They spent some
time at Crater Lake a ccompati-
Mrs.Dan W ools returned home
ied by friends
from Cottage on Sunday from
Grove and then spent several Hospital in Oregon City, where
days at different beaches along she has been for the
the Oregon Coast.
months recovering from a fract
ured hip. Mrs. Bernice Sagar of
Mr. and Mrs. .1. C. Rickey and Oregon City is helping
Helen drove to Seaside Saturday Woods home.
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