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as a president.
The Unit is in-
Hale, will open on the morning now eligible to participate in thefine cast and good directing
Estacada, Oregon, Friday, Aug. 29, 1958
The i ced grateful to her fo r her year.
Starts next Wednesday
Sept. 2. C iildren accompanied advertising and sales promotion
TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 22.
PR ESB Y TER IA N
ST. JO H N S a t G EO R G E
The Eot:icada K indergarten un- hy tlu ir mothers: will come be- campaign sponsored annually by B lask.Shorpion” and The Persu
CH U R CH ES
W alter Chrysler chairm an
R ev.V ernon E. Ross. J r P asto r
<ltr the direction of Mrs. Elsie 'ween the hours of 9 a.m. to 11 Olympic which will be started ader".
manf members assisting her.
W orship 9a.m.
SPR IN G W ATER
As M ajor D ealer Valberg
. m. for registration and to be soon.
The American Legion and Aux- R v. H urry B. H am pton, S up
•Sunday School 10 a m
come acquainted with activities Lum ber will stock all colors of
iiary wish to express their thanks
ply P a sto r
Olympic Sta n and will have the
t f the year.
C H R IST IA N CHURCH
M orning W orship 11 a.m .
lo r tlie privilege of
These classes will be held in facilities of the Olympic plant in
S un day School 10 a.m .
- Bible School 10 A M.
Grade school for th eir rituals. It
.Mrs. Hale’s home
on Monday, Seattle available
W orship S ervice 11 A M.
EAG LE CREEK
is the envy of many friends who
Tuesday, Wednesday and Thurs Stain and other Olympic finishes.
C hristian E ndeavor 6:30 P.M.
day of each week. The children
Bible S tu d y 7 10 P M
W orship 11 a in
are instructed in
school stain eliminates many refini.-hlng
C hoir P ractice 8:30 P.M.
" ork; coloring, drawing, writing, problems and that the
numbers, dram atization and mus:c has extended durability were, the
American Legion uals in with the dignity the Am-
Twenty two little
boys and two main reasons he decided to and Auxiliary held their installa crcian Legion so richly deserves.
The many posts and units ex
girls spent a very enjoyable term add the Olympic line, Smith said. tion Saturday night
in the kindergarten last school
friends and members present.The tended their wishes for a very
year, and Mrs. Hale wishes
St. John's Drill team
installed successful year.
Mrs. Allyn Price sang two love
extend to these pulis her
Louis Coffin, commander; Charl
■ ishes for their success all thru
es Snow-ley, 1st vice commander; ly songs to make the break
* BRING THE KIDS IN; LET
BUSTER BROWN SHOE STORI their sch'iol life.
She also wish
I red Marshall.
2nd vice com tween installations.
The next m eeting of the Am
MAIN »r IIGHTI es to thank the parents for their
m ander: Don Showerman, adju
US DO OUR r»ARr IN GETT
erican Legion and Auxiliary will
tant: John Abbott, finance offi
ING THEM READY.
Children attending last year's
Now playing at the Broadway cer: F. E. Dooley, service officer; n.30 pot luck supper will be serv
kindergarten were Michael Sut Theatre a suspense
Marvin story, a daring behind the lines licer; Oral Stormcr, historian: s. ed. Regular meeting at 8 P.M.
Moore, Jimm ie Lucas,
Jim m ie r, -cue in North Korea. John Agar E. Lawrence, chaplain: F. E. E r
ar on. Tommy Tunnell, -Ronald nd Audrey T otter in “JET AT ickson, sergeant at arms. Merrill
• E S T A C A D A
S H O P
I’homas, Ronald Klaetsch, Mieh- TACK. Three buddies end up in Johnson was installing officer
The Districts 8 and 9 presidents
i'HUR., FRI., SAT. An
!»>■,.,vitals after a heavy battle. Two
(By L eila G ordon)
T w o Rarberq - - No W ailin g!
c! I'e Conrey, Edward Haines, ,.l them find each other througn for 1958 installed the following
JOHN VGAR and AUDREY
ming for a few days.
the help of a hospital nurse. The Auxuliray officers: Mrs. George
Sylvan C arter is visiting a cou
Day, Patricia May, Pat- other man is in the enemy prison Armstrong, president; Mrs. Clif-
rlca Ralston, Cynthia Cobb, Bar hcspital so they disarm several ford Leonard, 1st vice president: sin, Mr. and Mrs.Spidey at The
Dalles this week and getting in
bara Biggs, Clayton Heiple, John guards and take
th eir clothes. Mrs. Larry Meade, 2nd vice pres-
a few days fishing.
ny Hinkle. Elm er Brink,
Oscar T hey rescue the m m from
the ident; Mrs. Adolph Still, record-
R a fs S e rv e S c ie n c e a t G 3 *
l.'imleen, Sharon Boatright. Mrs : ospital and escape in a th rillin g ing secretary: Mrs. Clyde Alexan-
e i . • i
Visiting at the Sylvan Carters
Hale has become so attached to ibcfl of enemy je t planes. Second dor, treasurer; Mrs. H airy Hick- were th eir daughter Mrs. Editn
2011» ASIILEY In
so mnav children that she
Has feature—also a w ar story’, “SUI man, corresponding
secretary; Lacey and boys of Dallas,
taught in Eslacada. she wishes to CIDE BATTALION” wherein an Mrs. Ray Gordon, historian: Mrs Mrs. C arter’s sister Mrs. Florence
i xpress h er thoughts
in those army demolition team is sent out Fd Honsingcr. chaplain;
Mrs. Mathis and daughter Sue. They
SU ; . MON., TUB., Ends Sept.2 few words
at are also visiting a daughter anu
to destroy the old headquarters F rank Marshall.
"Years may come
KI SS TAMBI.YN, J \ \
location th a t the enemy has cap Arms. Mrs.Wm. Flem ing was pre family, the Willie BankensiHips.
And years may go,
STERLING, JERRY I.EE
tured. A lively newspaper woman siding officer. Mr and Mrs. H ar They came to attend the wedding
But memories will always retrace keeps thinks moving along brisk old Leach of Boneville, and Mrs. of another daughter Shirley Ma
LEWIS and MAMIE VAN
The loving clasp of each
Stars Michael Connors and Grayce Farceli. Dist. 9 president this to John K err of George; an
other daughter Velda Mathis was
were special guests.
And the smile of each little face”
m arried a few weeks
Starts Sunday through Tuesday-
The Legion Post was presented
C hester Perry also of George.
11': H Sell )' 1 Confidential’ w ith w ith a Certificate of Merit
Mrs. Nora C arpenter of
Kuss Tamblyn, Jan Storing, Je rry th eir m em bership and following
VALBERG LUMBER HAS
Angeles is visiting at
the program of the Legion.
Gordons and having a well drill
cn. A hard-hitting dram a revolv-
Mrs. Jane Abbott, retrm g pres-
The Valberg Lum ber Yards in ing about the problem of the nar- ident, was presented a gift from ed on her place in Garfield.
BRIAN DONLEVY in
Es'acada has been appointe!
a : t traffic among today’s teen- the Legion for cooperation. Jane
Bill Youngbcrg and
Major dealer by Olympic Stained
•i i s. Second feature is 'Escppe as vve know her has done an out- Lee have started drilling the well
Products Co. of Seattle, according From Red Rock”-Murder, a lynch- landing job in her year: is
on at Garfield Grange. We have been
to an announcem ent by Jim Smith in party, Ajeches on the ram page ♦be ’58 Presidents drill team ana w ithout w ater there all this year
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r * r y u
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m anager of the company.
Garfield Dorcas Society family
with Briain Donevey in the lead Hasn't missed an installation and
Mr. Smith said his company is ing role. A good western and a has carried all the work required picnic at Belle Luu.s home Thurs.
Aug. 28 at G::30 PM.
Mr and Mrs. Sylvan
celebrated th eir 42nd
anniversary Aug. 19th.
legion and Unit
instali Officers ?»i
\ Colerfv! Cercmony ;epace- permittinis the ritual
SH0ÍS for the
Top Sroadv/ay Bill
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Sun- .y School 9:45 a m
M orning Worsh%) I t a.in
Ju n io r C h u rch S u n d ay School
E vening E vangel., lie S erv ir
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Y outh F ellow ship 7 P h i
M ilton L. N elson, M inister
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LAPA PÛKK HOCKS,
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While They last!
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CH U R CH
~ ven M iles E ast of E stacada-
I 10 A. M.
S u n d ay School
l i A. M. C hurch Service
| 7 P. M.
J u n io r M eeting
P a sto r E rn e st J. B o n trag er,
Rt. 1, B ox 141A , E stacada
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CH U RCH
ESTA C A D A
F a th e r N o rb e rt W. F ritz
P h o n e S an d y M U 2912
I Masses 1st ai d -2nd Sundays
a t 11 A. M.
B A . M.
3rd, 4th and 5 th S u n d ay s
8 A. M.
lj .0 Lbs.
Nthi tunned POP
BARTON COM M UNITY
B A PT IST CHU RCH
B oring, O regon , Rt 3
Kf v W alden A .A skrcn, P astoi
S unday School 9:45 a.m .
M orning W orship 11 a in.
Y outh Time 6:30 p.m .
E v en in g S erv ice 7:30 p.m.
PORK & 3EANS
6 Qi. a n
OREGON STATE COLLEGE—White rets being fed irradiated
foods at Oregon State college go on the scale each week to sre whe'her
the special diet is affecting growth. Rats are also chec ,. 1 to see
whether length of life, number of offspring, or body tF-
changed. No differences have been found. Since trials w.
THE COM M UNITY
in 1954, the college has received $128,000 in research grants. Dr.
Edward O. Bubl, agricultural chemist, shown here. Is In charge.
M E T H O D IST CHURCH
are Irradiated at the atomic energy reactor, Idaho Fulls, Ida.,
y F 2nd x. M ain (on Lhe h illi j Foods
and shipped to OSC In cans. Pork, peaches, carrots, and Jam are
M orning W orship 11 a.m .
test foods. Irradiated foods can be stored at room temperature for
N ursery fo r ch ild re n a t
long periods. They are not ’’radioactive" and may soon be on
American tables. _
M .i.ir .
ESTA CAD A C H U R CH OF
C orner 2nd and M ain S tre e ts
S unday S c h o o l..
9:45 a m
Vw.uth M eeting
"V cning S erv ice
Louie S tu d y
7:45 p m. Wed
P .isto r: Rev. Ja m e s O. M oore
P hone CR 9 3947
Pini 2 | c
Nalley's Jumbo Pack
POTATO CHIPS PQc
F IR S T B A P T IS T CHURCH
p ”'d a v M eeting in
C ity H all
■"'hurch School 9:45 a.m
M orning W orship 11 A M
Y outh P ro g ram 7 P. M.
E vening S ervice 8 P M.
M artin R C raft. P asto r
I M M W U E L LUTH ERA N
S un d ay School a t 9:45 A.M.
M ain & C enter, SANDY
S u n d ay 8:30 and
11 A M .
C H U R C H o f j r s u s CHRIST
of LATTER DAY SA INTS
F stacad a B ranch -535 N B ro a d
w ay. P re sid en t- E arl H. Eck
P rim a ry - 3:30 T hurs.
S u n d ay School 10 AM Sun.
S acram en t S erv ice 7 P M. S un
Rel If S d e tjr- 2 PM Tues.
R. S W ork M eeting- 1C 30 ev
Eery second Tues.
1957 CHEV. Club Coupe. One ow ner - low
low m ileage - Blue an<J w h ile beauty. ITmac-
ulat? interior with all extras, G«.!y
19 0 CHEV. 2 door 210. 6 cyl. O )
!0 3 I CHEV. R. Sc. H. P ow ergliJe. Good tires.
W a g in g for you at the low p -ice or
$ 2 )5 .0 0
!955 M ERCURY H ardtop.
Red and w hite
interio- and exterior. W e just put a low -m ileage
1956 m oto in this one. Runs- looks and per
form ance esp ecially good.
N ew w hite wall
tires. Pow er brakes and steering
1052 FO RD Station V/arjon \u*o. Transm.
4 door V -8
¿'ON i I ... 4 door. R adio, H eater, Auto.
Transm ission. O verhauled
1957 CH EV. 2 door. 6 cyl.
HERE’S YOUR CHANCE!
ALOHA CAMP TRAILERS WHOLESALE!
W e are discontinuing the ?a)c of trailers. W e
have tw o on hand - -AT OUR WHOLESALE.
fille r Chevrolet