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THE CLACKAM AS COUNTY NEWS, PAGE 8
Estacada, Oregon, Friday, Sept. 19, 1958
SPRING WATER GRANGE
cases of diphteria had
appeared of a coincidence there, we get a No. 6, CLACKAMAS COUNTY, within the boundaries of UNION
Members new man to prescribe the pills Oregon, to be held on Friday,the HIGH SCHOOL DISTRICT NO.6,
HAS BUSY MEETING in this county recently.
were reminded to be careful in and another to take care of the 26th day of September, 1958, be and Grade School District
By Anne Justice
in stop- prescription. All kidding aside, tween the hours of 2:00 p.m.and 116 will vote at the Grade School
Richard Guttridge acted
as entering hiyhways and
Building at Redland.
fellows, here’s a hearty
hand 8:00 p.m.
Master of Springwater Grange ping near curves.
At the lunch
Happy shake to both you and
At this election there will be
(6) All legal voters residing
Saturday because of illness of
Birthday was sunf for Zenas A. and we hope you find our com- submitted to the qualified legal within the boundaries of UNION
Del Gant and there were several
voters of UNION HIGH SCHOOL HIGH SCHOOL DISTRICT NO.6
other pro tem officers including
¡DISTRICT No. 6,
Clackamas and Grade School District No.123
only person present with a Sep-1
Lena Millard, Ceres; Sadie West-
j Our second born, who recently County, Oregon, the question of will vote at the Grade School
man, Pomona and Flora Hamil
For the Sept. 26 social night, enrolled in the local grade school contracting a bonded indebted- Building at Three Lynx.
ton, Flora. The charter was drap
tables will be decorated for July as a freshman, came home
tho jness in the sum of FOUR HUN
The vote on said question shall
ed for Erma L. Tenny who had
by the Everett Shibleys, Acgust, other day and was telling
the DRED EIGHTY -SEVEN THOU
be by ballot, upon which shall be
been a member of the Springwa
R. H. Millards and Sept, by O. A. ; helpmate that one of his class- SAND DOLLARS ($487,000,) for
the words “ Bonds. ...Yes”
ter Grange almost 60 years. Ev Westmans for
the quarterly mates was telling the
teacher the purpose of providing funds
“ Bonds . N o;”
and the voter
birthday and anniversary eele- that his dad bought a new car. with )vhich to remodel and fur shall place a cross (X ) between
Lord’s Prayer and sang Abide
The helpmate, who suffers from nish present class rooms and old
With Me during the ceremonies, bra tiens.
| a chronic case o f“ Foot-in Mouth ’ gymnasium into new classrooms the word “ Bonds,” and the word
which were led by the chaplain,'
| disease, did it again. She asked and facilities for science studies, “ Yes,” or between
"Bonds” and the word
Vemita Gant and Lena Millard
j our mental giant what kind of a visual aid, cafeteria and library,
whichever indicates his choice.
' car was purchased. With out a and to construct, equip and fur
The Home Ec. chairman repor
The polls for the reception of
smile or a blink of an eye,
our nish a new building for shop and
ted a good turnout for the clean- lowable was because of lack of boy replied, “ Oh Linus said his
present school the ballots cast for or against
ing day and called attention to
daddy bought a new “ Potty-Ack” property, all being in and
for the contraction of said indebted
the new dsapes. Flora Hamilton mining claim
said UNION HIGH SCHOOL ness will, on said day and date
was to be hostess for the Sept-
and at the place aforesaid,
Understand a new
opened at the hour of 2:00 p.m.
efber meeting with Jessie Wil onomy o f this area depends pri partnership is being formed
marily on the logging and lum
bur in charge of program.
town. Hear it is to be headed up TRICT NO.6 is subdivided into and will remain open until the
Each member of the Grange bering industry, we’d
‘Jenkins & Jenkins” instead of voting precincts, and all
legal hour o f 8:00 p.m., of the 6ame
was requested to hring
some hear from the local office of the
day,at which hour the polls shall
Service , ^pec.ally
iL’ L ()nc
by himseli away,
thing for the noon meal to
right away, Lem.
HIGH SCHOOL DISTRICT N0.6 be closed.
sold at the Community fair Sat one reason, “ Failure to Harvest" just want more time to do more will vote at the following places:
By order of the UNION HIGH
urday, Sept. 20 and could make
leg work on the golf course.Don
(1) All legal voters residing SCHOOL BOARD, District No. 6,
We stopped in at the store in
their own choice of what to pre
I’d keep an eye on that dad
of within the boundaries of UNION of Clackamas County, Oregon,
pare. Cakes, pies, salals, baked Currinsville the other day to do yours.
He’s a sharp one.
HIGH SCHOOL DISTRICT NO.6 made this 2nd day of September,
beans wil be needed.
The high school bond election and Grade School District
No. ! A.D., 1958.
and buna wil be' purchased to be we had no sooner started looking is September 26. The letters „ re- 108 will vote at
UNION ¡Lloyd H. Ewalt,
served as hot dogs.
° r • «¡“ J “
b“ ‘ " f t * « aT Reived thus far addressed to the HIGH SCHOOL Building, Esta Chairman, Board of Directors
chairman °ld had to start in with his fish- Editor giving personal views on cada.
Union High School District No.6
Charles Stiter told of attending ; ing tales.
Now, Harold, we the election’s question have been
(2) All legal voters residing ! Clackamas County, Oregon
a meeting of the county
court l don’t doubt your poweress as a few— or are folks too
busy try in UNION HIGH SCHOOL DIS ATTEST:
discussing road | fisherman, but there is one thing ing to find the
error? T R IC T NO.6 and
Grade School James W. Smith
problems for our area. A sched- we’d like to have you do some- This school issue is as important District No. 17 will vote at the Clerk.
uled straghtening of short and j time.
Please show us a
fish, to you as buying a new car
or Grade School Building at Eagle
annoying curves on the
D odge-! We have listened to
your ex- T V set.
Why not give it the Creek.
Hillockbum road is being held Ploits on the
ever same thought?
(3) All legal voters residing
up by objections of landowners since you arrived here but we’ve
within the boundaries of UNION
who will be affected.
| never even seen a fish scale to
HIGH SCHOOL DISTRICT NO.6
Community service report was | date,
SCHOOL DISTRICT BOND
and Grade School District No.88
given by Jean Shibley and Mild-
will vote at the Grade
red Ott, who gave a summary of i There are two young fellow's STATE OF OREGON
Building at Porter.
ASSEMBLY OF GOD
the entry blank filed by the com -1 we’d like to welcome to our fair County o f Clackamas
(4) All legal voters residing
mittec in a national contest.
citY. one being Dr. Chester Ras- Union High School
) ss. within the boundaries of UNION
Health and safety pamphlets , mussen, who is associated with | District No. 6
HIGH SCHOOL DISTRICT NO.6 5th and Broadw ay -
from the state board of health Dr- Burton on the hill and the NOTICE IS HEREBY
and Grade School District No. 89
Sunday School 9:45 a.m.
were on display and Mary E.Va- other is Ben Ralston who is as- (That a School District Bond El- will vote at the Grade School
M orning Worsh%> 11 a.m.
ritz gave information on
Civil | sociated with the Rynning Pill ection is hereby called for UN- 1 Building at Barton.
Junior Church Sunday School
Defense. It was reported that I Peddling establishment.
KindlON HIGH SCHOOL DISTRICT
(5) All legal voters residing
Scoop & Snoop
These Are Your
Evening Evangelistic Service
Sunday Sch ool at 9:45 A.M .
Main & Center, SA N D Y
Sunday 8:30 and
S.E. 2nd & Main (on the h ill) W orship
11 A . M.
M orning W orship 11 a.m.
Nursery for children at
CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST
Youth Fellowship 7 PM
of LATTER DAY SAINTS
M ilton L. Nelson, Minister
Estacada Branch -555 N.Broad-
way. President- Earl H. Eck-
Prim ary- 3:30 Thurs.
Boring, O regon , Rt. 3
Rev. W alden A.Askren, Pastor Sunday S ch ool 10 AM . Sun.
Sacram ent Service 7 P.M. Sun
Sunday School 9:45 a.m.
R eleif S ociety- 2 PM Tues.
M orning W orship 11 a.m.
R. S. W ork M eeting- 10:30 ev
Youth Tim e 6:30 p.m.
Evening S ervice 7:30 p.m. ery second Tues.
E STA C A D A
Father N orbert W. Fritz
Rev. Harry B. Hampton, Sup
Phone Sandy MU 2912
p ly Pastor
Masses 1st and 2nd Sundays
M orning W orship 11 a.m.
at 11 A . M.
Sunday School 10 a.m.
8 A. M.
EA G LE CREEK
3rd, 4th and 5th Sundays
8 A. M.
Rev. Vernon E. Ross,Jr Pastor
W orship 11 a.m.
Sunday School 10 a.m.
ST. JOHNS at GEORGE
(Seven M iles East o f Estacada)
Rev.V ernon E. Ross, Jr. Partor
10 A . M.
Sunday Sch ool
W orship 9a.m.
11 A . M. Church Service
Sunday S ch ool 10 a jn .
7 P. M.
Junior M eeting
Pastor Ernest J. Bontrager,
Rt. 1, B ox 141A, Estacada
Bible S ch ool 10 A . M.
W arship Service 11 A . M.
ESTACADA CHURCH OF
Christian Endeavor 6:30 P.M.
B ible Study 7:30 P.M.
Corner 2nd and Main Streets
Choir Practice 8:30 P.M.
Sunday S c h o o l............9:45 a.m.
'6S6I ‘G JaquKndes :qsiiqnri
Y outh M eetin g ......... 6:30 p.m.
September 12, 1958
E vening Service . . . 7:00 p.m
B ible Study . .7:45 p.m. W ed
Mrs. Jim White has been in the
Pastor: Rev. James O. M oore Oregon City hospital for over a
Phone CR 9-3947
week. She had both minor
j FIRST B A PTIST CHURCH
Sunday M eeting in
Church S ch ool 9:45 a.m.
M orning W orship 11 A.M .
Y outh Program 7 P. M.
E vening Service 8 P.M.
Martin R. Craft, Pastor
major surgery and is recovering
satisfactorily. She expects to re
turn home next week.
Wilma Tucker spent the week
end with Mr and Mrs. Elmer Da
vis. Wilma works in the Veter
ans Hospital in Portland
Prices for Thursday, Friday, Saturday,
ITEMS TOO NUMEROUS TO MENTION!
SEEING IS BELIEVING!
■XTRA T E N D E R
Slab BACON Reg. 73c - Special
lb. 6 9 c
Lean PORK CHOPS Reg 89c Special lb 6 9 c
Pure GROUND BEEF Reg 55c
3 lbs. $ 1 4 5
qt. 5 9 e
Special 4 for 1 . 0 0
2 h Size
Special 1 5 for 1 . 0 0
Reg. 3 for 25c
lb. 4 9 c
SPecial 8 for 1 - 0 0
COTTAGE, Reg. 3 for43c
Cream Style CORN
Special 8fc>r J . .0 0
Reg. 2 for 29c
Green BEANS Short cut
Reg. 2 for 25$c
9 f°r 1 * 0 0
PEAS Reg. 2 for 27c Special 8 for 1 * 0 0
2 lbs J 9 c
3 Pkgs. 2 5 e
U. S. No. 2 POTATOES
5 0 lbs. 9 5 c
Sweet POTATOES or YAMS
2 lbs. 2 9 c
lO o z.
ea. 1 0 c
Reg. 2 for 27c
5 lbs. $ 1 . 0 0
W ell cut and double-wrap your deer meat
for 5 c lb.! .
ICE CREAM V 2 gal. Reg. 1.05 Special 8 9 c
Giant Surf SOAP, Reg. 87c
Special 7 7 c
Zee Toilet TISSUE 4 pakReg39c2 for 7 5 c
Standby Chunk TUNA Reg 33c 4 for 1 .0 0
Blue Plate SHRIMP 5 oz Reg 59c Spec 4 5 c
Hunter's Specials - By the Case
Snow's CLAM CHOWDER, 303 tin Reg. 29c
Case of 24 $ 5 - 2 5 / Can 1 9 c
Yan-K-Jun SWEET POTATOES
Case of 24 $ 3 * 3 5 / Can 1 7 c
EGG NOODLE DINNER, 303 tin Reg. 19c
By the Case of 24 $ 2 * 2 9 / Can 1 0 c ea*
Big 5<» Lunch
Lunch Served Fr. & Sat. W a rn to 5 pm
Hot Dog , M ayflow er Cottage Cheese ,
Nalley's Potato Chips , Soft Drink and i
Cookies. FREE CANDY for the kids!
FREE P R I Z E S !
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TAYLOR’S HI-WAY MARKET
N. Estacada City Limits & Hiway 211, - CR 9-3253