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THE CLACKAMAS COUNTY NEWS
Estacada, Oregon, Friday, Sept. 19, 1958
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hickman [ Merry Mountaineers will have a Mrs. Bessdo Meade accompanied
called at the George Arsmstrong .square dance Sept. 20 in
the by her son Clinton Colson and fa Senator Morse will speak at the
home on Monday.
! Grade School Cafeteria.
mily of Oregon City, spent sever Linwood School in Oswego Fri
day at 8 P.M. His sbpect will be
al days at the coast last week.
“Immorality in the Federal Gov
ernment.” He is being sponsor
ed by the Lake Oswego Democrat
Right for Flight
T-Sgt. and Mrs. Bill Smith and
son Jimmy from Castle Air Base
in Atyater, Calif, visited with Mrs.
Smith’s sister and husband, Mr.
and Mrs. Vernon Ames, several
days last week.
EWALT TO TALK TO
GRANGERS ON SET. 20
Eagle Creek Grange will meet
on Saturday, Sept. 20 at 9 P.M. at
their hall. Lloyd Ewalt will be
present to discuss the problems
of the school building program.
The following members of the
Estacada American Legion Aux
iliary attended the district confer
ence at Lincoln High School In
Portland Sunday afternoon: Lois
Grace Still, Leila Gordon, Coralie
Cansler, Daisy Hickman,
Leonard and Mildred Alexander.
•I*mm iß *ntai fte& m rcft -
Prevents Gum Infection, Fignts Decay
G U A R A N TIED PERFECT
WATER HEATER S A L E !
AT ESTACADA EVERY WEDNESDAY
GRESHAM SEED & FEED CO.
Phone MO 5-2186
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become the hallmark of the in
ternational traveler. Now Tran»
World Airlines, the first inter
national airline to promote the
overseas bag in the U. S. — back
in 1946—has brought out an ele
gant new style.
Originally created by the in
ternational airlines as a service
to overseas passengers, the bag
has been adopted by travelers
everywhere — whether they go
by plane, rail, subway, bus or
car. Mothers use them to tote
baby's formula, they’re handy
for beach or for packing a lunch,
, among other things.
TWA's new bag style is in red
nylon, coated with plastic. White
I piping and insignia lend con-
I trast. It is fully zippered and has
adjustable handles for shoulder
Packed, it stands 16 Inches
j high, 10>,4 inches wide and 5
inches across reinforced base.
Empty, it folds into a compact
fiat package. Other features are
a waterproof lining and deep out
side pocket for magazines or
Volume No. 1
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66 Gallon Electric, guaranteed
Don’t discard that old water heater until
George inspects it!
Researchers are removing the pain and strain of visits to
the dentist. Two new discoveries involving chemicals, th a t (
will make your session in the chair more pleasant, were j
revealed before a scientific o properties of the former, while
meeting of the Societ&of Amer- preserving its germ -killing
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.1 .4« in C
’ Linn o
One of them enables dentists efficiency.
other chemical discovery,
to remove the threat of painful as The
unnamed, has the prop
infection when they inject pain erty yet
of inhibiting or destroying
killing drugs into the gum. Ac bacteria
in the mouth common
cording to Dr. James M. Jablon ly associated
with causing tooth
of Miami, Fla., the possibility decay. As described
by an Ohio
of infection exists because of S tate University researcher,
the variety of bacteria normal this substance is found only in
ly found in the mouth.
of one in 100 persons
It can be prevented, he told the p saliva
aren tly immune to to o th ’
tho meeting, with the use of a ap
new lo c a l antiseptic callod Bet- decay, or regardless
diet- Now in the early
ad: ne. Tba researcher described habits
sub ’ inco
I'.etadine as a «embination of
d.iv may be of use to those
Iodine witti * em-mical. povi- some out
of iOU lUihcteJ with
AM Electric Ranges, Washers and Dryers at
Wholesale or Less!
G E O . A . tA O R I A M
“The Water Heater King”
Plumbing & Appliance Co.
5529 S. E. Foster
Estacada, Oregon, Friday, Sept. 19, 1958
JIM RANDALL ELECTED
Mrs Dewey Qualls, Mrs Louise
CO-CAPTAIN OF OSC
Lir.n, Mrs A. T. Newman,
FOOTBALL TEAM FOR ’58
Mrs. J. C. Rickey attended
Buzz Randall, graduate of the Eastern Sub-district Woman’s So
Estacada Union High School,and ciety meeting
well konwn local athlete,
Church on Friday,
been elected co-captain of the Sept. 12.
Oregon State football team for
the 1958 season. The other
captain will bo Jim Brackins. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Sagner and
Buz played ctner and right guard baby son of Ecgene visited at the
Walter Sagner home oVcr the
on the OSC team last season.
Buz is interned at the Univer week end.
sity of Oregon medical
Mrs. Guy Keller took a floral
In vpdal with what is described
I arrangement to the
as an "anemic condition.”
Co. of the Clackamas County News
Mr and Mrs
Gilbert Rickey on, Washington Telephone
and Jeff and Brad spent Satur for deep sea fishing on Wednes this Saturday, Sept 20
day night and Sunday at the J. C. day.
i Rickey home.
LOCAL P. O WILL SELL
The Executive Committee
Ruth Westerberg’s aunt, Marie the Estacada Parent Teachers As
NEW OVERLAND MAIL STAMP
Rinacd, visited at the
Wester- sociation met in the Library of
Barbara Keller went to Maryl- bery home from Monday
TO OBSERVE OREGON
hurst college on Monday to regis Wednesday of this week. She will the Grade School Firady, Sept.
12 to discuss the teachers’ recep
Her classes will start on leave for Iowa on Firday
tio n .
This will be held Thurs
Postmaster C W. Myers advis
day, Sept. 18 at 9 P.M.
es that the Estacada postoffice
Grade School Gym. The PTA.
will have for sale the new issue
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Day and V. F. IV. FOOD SALE
will provide baby sitters.
of the 4 cent Overland Mail Cen- Mr. and Mrs. Duane Day went to THIS SATURDAY, SEPT. 20
McRae was appointed to intro
tenial Commerative Stamp
be Ilwaco, Wash, on Tuesday even The local V. F W. Auxiliary duce the new teachers.
ginning October 11, 1958.
ing to join others from the Oreg- will hold a food sale at the office
They decided that all the mee-
flower show on Wednesday.
tings will be held in the eveninj
Mr Cody announced that there
is a desperate need
Mothers for the Cub Scouts.Any
one interested please call him ai
the Grade School
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Girt an
son Robert will leafe for Moi
mouth next Monday. Stanley is t
attend the Oregon College of Edi
cation where he will major in E
Friday & Saturday
Sept. 1 9-20
WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT
M E A T S
HILLS BROS. C O F F E E
DRIP or REGULAR
Lb. 5 9 c
2 Lb. Tin 4 - 4 9
SLICED OREGON BELL
1 lb tray packed
Limit 2 lbs. per family
S A L M O N V ó or Whole
Lb. 4 9 c
CHET’S FROZEN HAM, TURKEY or
ARMOUR’S T R E E T
Lean, tender V E A L S T E A K S
L b .6 9 c LUNCHEON MEAT 12 oz tin 3 9 c
Crown R O A S T S of V E A L
Lb. 5 3 e
P K o n u ie
I Chunk Style T U N A
l a r g e , s n o w y - w h i t e h e a d s
Special 6 9 c pkg.
1 lb. pkg.
pkg. 1 9 c
HOODY’S, Creamy or Chunk
GREEN, CRISP HEADS
f e , 2 5 t > E Ä N U T BUTTE,i
' IM " 3 9 '
[ Coupons will do round in:
SUNSET • READER'S DIGEST
f vary woman's. FAMILY CIRCLE
IN HANDIER BUFFET
Phg. 2 3 c
3 for 14c
Danish S Q U A S H
A Size Tins
W íu ¡
PBV m o n e ?
400 LANOLIN SOFT
TISSUES IN NEW
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