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THE CLACKAMAS COUNTY NEWS, PACE 8
Estacada, Oregon, Friday, Aug. 22, 1958
that farmers rest oftener and and not to try to irrigate gardens Visiting Mrs. Currin Sunday to reject any and all bids, and to of Estacada and Mrs. Emma
Emigh is a brother of Mrs. Ever-
R.H. Millara, c-ve. Aug. 10th, were Mr. and Mrs waive minor informalities.
perhaps have a light lunch while to long a time.
Portland. R. R. COOKE, City Recorder.
resting. Warm weather poison who irrigates from springs re Pete Boichuck from
Herman of Portland,
ing of food was warned against, ported growing sweet corn with They were former neighbors be
and some safe methods for car some stalks having 5 ears on fore moving to Portland. Mr. Boi Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Kitching the Barr-Marks-Blair family re
chuck had to have an operatiin accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. union picnic at Castle Rock,
rying picnic food described.
Nex meeting of the grange will on his eye which was very suc Charles Kitching and Sam Barr Wash, last Sunday.
The Juvenile Grange had
swimming party and
weiner he September 13, opening at cessful.
roast during the afternoon at the 10:30 AM. Social night will be Mr. and Mrs. Sim Heiple went
Shibley picnic grounds on Clear August 22 witn potluek supper to the huckleberry patch last
week and came home with a lot of r
at 7 P.M.
A M E R IC A 'S P IA C I POW
The committee for community
service has posts cut for their
proeet of roadside signs, and ex
pect to get them painted soon.
NOTICE FOR BIDS
The fire truck committee plans
Mrs. Nellie Currin
Proposals for the sale to the
am meeting in the near future.
Sunday, Aug. 10 was a day of
Estacada for a used grader
from R. b picnics for the people in this ar city of
be received at the City Hall,
I’oppino, Tillicum grange, Ben ea. The American Legion, the will
Estacada, Oregon, until 8 P. M. on
Buisman and the Clackamas Co. Rebekahs, Oddfellows, National the 4th day of September, 1958.
Court were read. The Court re Guard unit met at Eagle Fern Proposals shall be in the form of
plied to a letter from Springwa- Park. The Ken-ham reunion was a letter at Estacada, Oregon ad-
^er Grange requesting improve held at Sellwood Park arid the drssed to the undersigned.
ments at Metzler Memorial Park <'urrin-Wado reunion at Eagle
A copy of the specifications can
saying they would be pleased to Creek Grange hall and park. All be obtained at the Recorder's of
YO U R S H A R E IN A M í RIC m
grant permission to build a sec had a good attcndence.
fice. The City reserves the right
ond fireplace and some addition
A n im p o rta n t a n n o u n c e m e n t for those who need al tables for the park. The res
ervoir and provide the water
h e a rin g helo - - -
for the cottage and the kitchen
wired for electric range and wa
Mr. K E N B E N TO N an ter heater.
Jean Shbiley had the lecturers
A cousticon h e a ring-aid program and since fair time is
at hand stories of unusal exper-
| iences at state fairs in past years
e x p e rt will be at - -
] provided amusement.
Shibley told of driving horses to
E s ta c a d a
Salem and camping for the fair
Jones L a w O ffice Bldg. when e was small.
Sriibley described getting out in
S A T U R D A Y , A U G 23 the early morning while camping
at the fair grounds with her fam
from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. ily and all of them searching for
H e will be a v ailable for , teeth lost in the grass as he vig
orously brushed his molars. Joe
told of getting a prize
F R E E C onsultation a n d Guttridge
for a pumpkin at the Springwat-
Community Fair when he was
advice a b o u t your h e a r cr
a small boy. George Gentemann
A CO U S TIC O N 'S E X C L U S IV E
had a tedious trip from Kansas
ing problem s.
City during a snowstorm and re
members the kindness of a train
Be cure io com e in o r call CR 9-3767 du rin g clinic porter wo worried because the
passengers were getting tired of
hours for h o m e a p p o in tm e n t.
Thin new aid to h e a rin g is not for th e really deaf,
The chaplain reported Erma
bui forthoce «/^o have a d a l e trouble. It is worn Tenny, Florence Dmytryk and
Anita Horner ill. All present
entirely in the ear, not a gadget, but a real hearing- signed cheer cards and also
birthday cards for Nancy Tucker
aid, com plete w ith volum e control.
and Christine Kulseth.
A special invitation to FFA
members, 4H clubs and the For
estry’ Dept, was voted to prepare
'exhibits for the community fair,
728 S. W . 4th Ave.
which is scheduled for Sept. 20
P o rtla n d 4, O regon
P h o n e CA 8-7251 at the grange hall.
Members were warned that the
dry weather is ard on
and of good flavor.
James Martin of the legislat
ive committee told of a proposed
increase in social security pay
Vernita Gant, Theda Tucker,
By Anne Justice
Springwater Grange memb and Bertha Gentemann went to
ers met Aug. 9 with a larger Portland and Milwaukie recently
to purchase drapery material for
group than usual attending.
The chairman of the agricul the main hall and the Juvenile
Members of the
tural committee, Everett Shib- grange room.
ley, described a spray being used Home Economics Club will meet
to ripen grain and fescue grass at a future date to make the
Margaret Shibley read an drapes and put them up.
Mary Varitz of the health and
article from the Oregon Farmer
telling how to propogate shurbs safety committee also used the
and divide iris roots.
Bernice Oregon Farmer as a source for
Miller reported sjic picked ripe material on health, reading the
tomatoes from the experiment story of the crusade against po
al plants from Oregon State Col lio and quoting irom the article,
lege; the fruit being well shaped1 Take A Break’ recommending
c m w M LL:
s u r U .S .
H A R D Or H E A R I N G
Accordion Band Providing Lawn Concert at County Fair , Thurs. Aug. 21
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Saturday, August 21-22-23
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C H U N KIN G
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