Estacada's Clackamas County news. (Estacada, Or.) 1957-1976, October 03, 1958, Page Page 8, Image 8

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    BARTO N COMMUNITY
¡additional 15,000,000 board feet 20,942,000 board feet during the
CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST
B A PTIST CHURCH
From January 1, 1958 to
on the Estacada Ranger District. year.
o f LA TTE R D A Y SAINTS
Boring,
Oregon
,
Rt.
3
August
20,
1958,
timber
operators
| The amount of timber
under
Estacada Branch -555 N.Broad­
Rev.
W
alden
A.Askren,
Pastoi
cut
17,429,000
board
feet
of
tim­
, contract available for cutting on
way. President- Earl H. Eck-
Sunday School 9:45 a.m.
Have you seen Milton Browns January j I958 was 55,016,000 ber from the district. It appears
I ersley.
, ,
M orning Worship 11 a.m.
new “ Scat” Wagon? Boy,
oh board feet; on June x 1958 was that the operators will cut more
j Prim ary- 3:30 Thurs.
Youth Tim e 6:30 p.m.
, ■
boy, if this writer could have had
R, , ()IH, h r.i
under con- in 1958 than was cut in 1957.
Sunday School 10 AM . Sun.
The other day our rusty,dusty, >omethin* like lhat about year
Evening Service 7:30 p.m.
j Sacrament Service 7 P.M. Sun
trusty pickup developed a
bad ’29. Oh well, the
Model
on September 1, 1958, 90,029,000 COLTON MAN IS NAMED
ST. ALO YSIU S
CATHOLIC R eleif Society- 2 PM Tues.
case of something or other so we Phaeton that we had, ha- all the board feet was
under contract OUTSTANDING NON-COM AT
CHURCH
R. S. W ork M eeting- 10:30 ev
nursed it along until we got it pickup action that we
needed and avaiiabie for cutting. At the AIR FORCE BASE IN MONT.
E STA C A D A
I ery second Tues.
down to Miller’s garage
where and it really served
us quite present time the amount of tim- Staff Sergeant Chester B. Bark­
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Father Norbert W. Fritz
we had its temperature and pulse well. Only cost $452.00
with
under contract and available er of Colton, Oregon, route one, \
Phone Sandy MU 2912
checked on. While waiting for 3853 miles on
THE PRESBYTERIAN
it, too. Those for cutting is more than
twice was named the outstanding Non-
Masses 1st and 2nd Sundays
the wrench-twisters to replace a were the days.
CHURCHES
the I
the yearly allowable annual cut Commissioned Officer of
at 11 A . M.
bolt or something, we got to talk - 1
SPRINGW ATER
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'
-frvv«
hn T
TctaonH Q I?
n flo o r T
V ic t r i/’ f
4061st Arament and Electronics
for f the
Estacada
Ranger
District.
ing with Woody, the prop, of the
Saw Dale Russen at the local ‘ ’ Lumber ~markei
Rev. Harry B. Hampton, Sup
Malmstrom
Air 8 A. M.
conditions Squadron at
establishment, ami
during the coffee shop acros-
from
the
has' put the Force Base, Montana, for
ply Pastor
at
the 3rd, 4th and 5th Sundays
Morning W orship 11 a.m.
8 A. M.
course o f our
conversation he
the other day and he was operators on a slow bell opera- period of Janizary 1st to June 30.
mentioned that Hazel, his
Sunday School 10 a.m.
good waving a splined thumb around üon Trerc is sufficient timber 1958. He was commended
by
PO RTER MENNONITE
EAGLE CREEK
spouse, had a swing like a rusty , iikc a flag.He tells us he tripped. under contract t0 allow harvest- Colonel Berton H Burns, Com­
f f a t f»
N ik W
T ln 7.P I
W
P VP
h p p n We’re . willing
. r illin r r
io n n o n m l
.
..
...
CHURCH
Rev. Vernon E. Ross,Jr Pastor
gate.
Now,
Hazel,
we’ve
been
to bet i it f l happened
ing at a much faster rate if the mander of the 4061st Air Refuel­
W orship 11 a.m.
by "our house and we couldn’t in one of those card games in the
(Seven Miles East o f Estacada)
ing Wing at Malmstrom.
market conditions warrant.
Sunday School 10 a.m.
Sunday School
see a tree or any place to put a furnace room. Bet Dale thought
Sergeant Barker was awarded 10 A . M.
The Allowable Annual Cue as
ST. JOHNS at GEORGE
swing, so would you please
ex­ he had a winning
hand
and established by the 1955 manage­ the honor through exceptionally 11 A. M. Church Service
R ev.Vernon E. Ross, Jr. Pastor
Junior M eeting
plain that statement to us.
reached for the pot and
some­ ment plans for the Estacada Ran good work and obedience to duty 7 P. M.
W orship 9a.m.
body across the table came down ger District is 40,000,000 board
Sergeant Barker attended Es­ Pastor Ernest J. Bontrager,
Sunday S ch ool 10 a.m.
We just can’t pass this one up on his thumb with a heavy fist. feet annually. In order to provide tacada High School before entei- Rt. 1, B ox 141A, Estacada
about Von Gray, our local hard­
¡flexibility in harvest by the pui- ing te Air Force.
CHRISTIAN CHURCH
tS T A C A D A CHURCH OF
ware store tycoon. Seems
as
Don’t forget to check your pa-1 chasers the Forest Service
at­
Bible Sch ool 10 A. M.
GOD
Von is quite a fire buff and last
per for the prize winning error. tempts to have approximately 2
W orship Service 11 A. M.
week just as the
fire whistle
Corner 2nd and Main Streets
Christian Endeavor 6:30 P.M.
,
.. . .
...
. _ , i The amount of the prize has ev- years annual harvest under con­
blew for that brush fire by Eagle
. . . . __ ,,_____________ . tract.
Sunday
S
ch
o
o
l...........
9:45
a.m.
Bible Study 7:30 P.M.
„
,
,
, .,
„
.
en got this writer looking past
Creek, who should
walk in to 1 - -
Youth
M
eeting
6:30
p.m.
the front pages these days.
Choir Practice 8:30 P.M.
Von’s store but a customer that
Evening Service
7:00 p.m.
National Forest timber is sold
had green stuff sticking out of
Bible
Study
7:45
p.m.
Wed
Harold “ Aching Back” Norton 10
highest bidder by auction
every pocket. This really put stopped us on the street the oth- sa e procedure. These sales will
Pastor: Rev. James O. M oore
ASSEM BLY OF GOD
our boy Von on the spot, but he er day and in
Phone CR 9-3947
that
plaintive S vary in slze from a small sale less
CHURCH
really came through with a really voice o f his asked us to put his |
board feet
up to
Woodrow Clay
FIRST B A P T IST CHURCH
logical solution.
He locked name in print. So here it
20,000,000 board feet and more
Estacada
5th and Broadway -
Pastor Sunday M eeting in
said customer in the store and Harold, and you’re welcome.
per sale in order io try
to ac­
City Hall
Sunday School 9:45 a.m.
took o ff down the street
after |
comodate both the small and the
Church S ch ool 9:45 a.m.
M orning Worsh%> 11 a.m.
the fire truck.
Seems Von had
large
operator.
Prospective Junior Church Sundav School
M orning Worship 11 A.M.
two fires to put out that day,be­
purchasers are urged to put their
Y outh Program 7 P. M.
Bldg.
cause we heard that he had one
name on the Forest Service mail­
Evening Service 8 P.M.
Evening Evangelistic Service
customer who was really burning
ing iist so they can be notified of
Martin R. Craft, Pastor
7:45 p.m.
when he got back to the store. 1
sales prior to biding dates.
Oh well, we don’t blame you,
M ETHODIST CHURCH
During calendar year 1957 the
IM MANUEL LUTHERAN
Von. When you get a live one
To date in 1958 thirteen sales Forest Service sold on the Esta­ S.E. 2nd & Main (on the h ill)
CHURCH
these days you're really got to have been sold on the Estacada cada Ranger District
55,426,000
M orning W orship 11 a.m.
Sunday Sch ool at 9:45 A.M .
hang onto them. Was a bit dras­ Ranger District for a
total ot board feet of timber in 54 differ­ Nursery for children at
the
tic though, don’t you think, Von. 51,700,000 board feet. Additional ent sales. _______
__
___
Because __ of the
soft
Main & Center, SA N D Y
parsonage
sales are peing prepared for sale market conditions in the'tim ber Youth Fellowship 7 PM
Worship
Supday 8:30 and
Did you ever 9top to think?
before December 31, 1968 for an industry the operators only cut [Milton L. Nelson, Minister
11 A . M.
THE CLACKAM AS COUNTY NEWS. PAGE 8
Estacada, Oregon, Friday, Oct. 3, 1958
Scoop and Snoop
These Are Your
Churches
Timber Saies
Show Increase
Bicycle Used $25.00. Trade in on
McCulloch Saw
RED HAT DAYS ARE HERE
Red Hat Days in Oregon start­
ed on September 26 and will con-
i tinue through the hunting season.
Hunters are being asked to sign
the Red Hat pledge,
wear the
1 button, and above all, abide
by
the pledge when in the field hunt­
ing.
THUR., FRI., SAT., Oct. 2-3-4
PHYLIS COATES and
SCOTT BRADY in
Blood Arrow"
SECOND THRILLER
PRESTON FOSTER,
PAT CONWAY and
COLEEN GRAY in
"Destination
___ 60,000"
SUN., MON., TUE., Oct. 5-6-7
CLARK GABLE and
BURT LANCASTER in
'Run Silent,
Run Deep"
HUNTERS
BRING YOUR CAMPING ORDER
TO US AND WE'LL PUT IT UP
AND PACK IT FOR YOU F R E E !
Prices Effective Thurs.,
Fri., Sat., Oct. 2 - 3 - 4
Bargain Room O n ly
GROCERIES
F R E E $ 1 0 -0 0 In GROCERIES F RE E
For Season's Widest Spread of Deer Horns!
lb. 1 9 c We'll Cut and Wrap Your Deer to Order as
BEEF SHORT RIBS
U.S.D.A. 'Good' RIB STEAKS
lb. 6 9 c
Bologna, Barb. Pork, Salomi
lb.
LOIN PORK ROAST
59c
Wilson's Boneless, Canned, Ready to Eat
Bulk SWEET CHOCOLATE 3 lbs. $ 1 -0 0
HAM
3 lb. tin $2.29
5 lbs. 39c
12 oz tin 3 5 c
Hunts New POTATOES, 14Va oz can 1 0 c
Jumbo YELLOW ONIONS
ea. 5 c
Blue Bell POTATO CHIPS Reg. 59c
Bagger Special
3
49c
Cottage MARGARINE
Delicious A P P L E S
lb. 1 0 c
U.S. No. 1 POTATOES
1 0 lbs. 2 9 c
Fresh, Crisp, Large LETTUCE
head 1 0 c
‘ 1 for 2 9 c
Pillsbury CAKE MIX
Favorito CORNED BEEF,
lb. 4 c
Morton's S A L T , 5 lb. bag
You Like It f o r ............................... ^ c lb.
lb. 4 9 c
All Purpose FLOUR reg. 52c
Marblehead SQUASH
Mary Kitchen Roast Beef Hash 15 oz. 25c
5>bs.$1.00
Mayflower Trim, Non-fat ICE CREAM
7 5 c Vo Gallon
TAYLOR’S HI-WAY MARKET
4 for $ 1 .Q 0
Bulk Purina DOG CHOW
lb. 9c
Whiteside Poke Salad Greens 11 cans 1.00
CAN '0 POP
A ll Loca i
Coupons
Honored
5c can
’
N. Estacada City Limits & Hi w ay 211, - CR 9-3253