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WORLD W AR I VETS
EXPRESS THEIR TH ANKS
v e want to thank those who
donated to make our turkey din-
n .r a success. W e wish to thank
David Horner o f the
Market for barbecuing the turk-
Those who donated money
and groceries were M
lo le t Service, Sinclair’s Service-
center, Estacada Food Lockers,
will be awarded at this time.They
Phillips Variety Store, Rynning Ferd A. Marshall,
w ill be on the basis o f the larg
Drugs, Hiway Cafe, Texaco Ser
est spread o f horns.
vice, Gray's Hardware, Schmidt
ItOD & G U N CLUB TO A W A R D
Insurance Co., Estacada Feed &
DEER CONTEST PRIZES
and Gun .
Mrs. Robert Gillette and
W hite’s Super Cream, Norton Au-
Club will hold their meeting a
to Court, Currinsville Market,Big
,*k early this month. The mce- Ray Aycock attended the Golden
[ w e N M M ^ H
this W edding reception fo r Mr. and
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ting w ill be Thursday
Again Flanks . ....
fo r your help.
Legion Mrs. Harry Boyle in Parkrose on
V E TE R A N S OF WORLD W A R I week at 8 P.M. in
Estacada Barraeks No. 1272,
Hail. The deer contest prizes Saturday eve
Close to a million dollars
property taxes were delivered
eourtnouse from Portland Gen
eral Electric company.
The PGE payment of $940,200
lo r the 1958 59 tax year was the
largest bill paid in
and represents more than 10 per-
cent o f the county’s total proper-
ty tax collection,
Estes Snedecor, Jr.
PG E ’s current property
hi!! Snedecor said, is 18.81
cent higher than
the utility to Clackamas
county last year
Snedecor added that the total
pay-ment is enough
some 2,504 Clackamas county stu-
dents or a year.
This is figured
on the average cost of educating
giade and high school
dTntTwhich Is' $379 per student,
The Clackamas county payment
is one of eight made by Portland
General Electric company in the
The company operates
. . ____ , .
has a total
!1 ot $3.992,6/7, me mancai. for
corporation operating entirely
By Margaret Ross
o f Eagie
Creek Grange were installed at
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M. Fsîattttîa Ciiy lim its & Hiway 2 S I, - CR 9-3253
P rices t? fe c iiv e fo r \ F l'l
Her e 's l H ow Y ' r Tl r ksg
Ü. S. Government Inspected TURKEYS!
lb. 3 8 c Grade-8 HENS
lb. 39 c
lb. 43t Grade B TOMS
You K-ji»n YAMS
303 can 1 0 t
Standby, Whole or ¿ciiy
Steins Specinl Baked
BREAD FOR STUFFING
Brown & Serve ROLLS
303 cans CARROTS
Navel O R A N G E S
12 to pkg. G R A P E F R U I T
STARTS THIS SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 22
ENDS SATURDAY, DECEMBER 13,
AS MAJOR PRIZES
W IN N E R S M A Y H A V E CHOICE OF $60, $50 or $10 IN CASH,IF
SEE STORY PA G E ONE
Here Are The Simple Ruies-
The area w ill be divided into two districts to facilitate fairness
in awarding prizes.All workers living in Estacada will be in Dis
trict One, and all workers living outside the city limits w ill be in
District Two. Workers are allowed to get subscriptions from
any one in either district, or at any address.
The worker in each district finishing the campaign with the
most votes in his own district will receive a District Capital Prize.
Other prizes w ill be awarded to the next highest workers in any
district by choice.
Workers not receiveing awards w ill get cash commissions of
15 percent of all money they have handed in fo r subscriptions
during the three weeks. A 20c “ Milkshake” Bonus will be given
on each new subscription handed in during the campaign and will
be payable at the time the subscription is turned in at the office.
40c Bonus on 2 year orders.
No employee or near relative of any employee ot the News is
eligible to enter the campaign.Correspondents families w ill be al
lowed to compete. Children under 16 years must have written
consent of parents or guardian, who w ill be expected
In event of a tie each tying candidate will be given prizes iden
tical in value.
A bonus of 2000 votes w ill be given each candidate turning in
3 or more subscriptions (either old or new) on the opening day
of the campaign, and an additional 3,000 extra votes will be given
to the candidate turning in the most subscriptions. These same
bonus votes w ill be given for the report days of Wednesday, Nov.
26, Saturday, Nov. 29 and Wed., December 3.
To insure absolute fairness the campaign will be brought to a
close under the sealed ballot box system.
A ll subscriptions and
money collected the last three days of the campaign must be in
the sealed box when the campaign ends.
Wednesdays and Saturdays w ill be known as report days and all
candidates are positively required to hand in all their subscrip
tions on each report day, at least two each report day to be con
Votes will be issued on both new and old subscriptions. Credit
fo r eStra votes will be issued at the convenience of the campaign
Ernest Douglas and his dogs
tracked down treed an killed an manager.
Candidates collecting more than the one subscription required
other large boh cat last Sun. up
to qualify his nomination before opening day w ill be barred from
in the back country near Cherry-
the campaign. Candidates living outside Estacada may bring or
villc. He as accompanied on the
trek by Arthur Heacock ar.d Leo send their Saturday’s reports on Mondays and their Wednesday’s
reports on Thursday except the last report which must be in - on
nard Jeppson of Damascus; but
the Heacock dogs took after coy the closing day.
Prizes must be won in accordance with the conditions of the
ote instead of big cat and theirs
was a fruitless chase. Em Doug campaign and no candidate w ill be promised a certain prize for
las’ only regret was that he lack so many subscriptions or so mucih money.
Workers are not confined to their own town or neighborhood
ed the strength to pusue the oth
to sell subscriptions but may get orders from any person, any ad-
er bob cats which his dogs took
Only one member o f a fam ily w ill be allowed to enter; but all
Ladies Aid members spent W ed members of the fam ily are urged to help their worker.
nesday working in E. C. church
Cash must accompany all subscriptions. The management reser
ki’ chen making tamales fo r the
ves the right to add to these rules for the protection of this news
dinner th!s Friday night. There
paper and the candidates.
w ill also be another main dish
A fte r the capital prizes are awarded, the candidates having the
to choose from a sort of creamed
highest number of votes will get first choice of the prizes, the
chicken biscuit pie.
second highest, the next choice, etc, A ll prizes w ill be awarded
chance to eat away from
the closing night of the campaign.
Those winning commissions
fo r a change. Come early
and w ill have checks mailed not later than the following Tuesday.
avoid the rush.
NOTICE FOR BIDS
Sealed proposals fo r the pur
chase by the City o f Estacada o f
a Blanket Liability Insurance
Policy w ill be received b y the
City o f Estacada at the City Hall.
Estacada. Oregon, until 8:00 P M
on the 4th day o f
1958. A t said time the bids w ill
be thereafter publicly opened
Proposals shall be in
the form o f a letter, sealed
addressed to the undersigned at
A copy o f the requirements of
the Blanket Liability Insurance
Policy can be obtained at
| Recorder’s office.
The City o f Estacada reserves (
the right to postpone the award
ing of the bid fo r a
time or to reject any and all bids
and to waive informalities.
Published fo r the
November 7th, 1958 and fo r the
second time on November 14th, I
R. R. Cooke, Recorder
lb. bag 7 5 e
EDCC in 1
Kcfc IU 11 ). nay
Baking S puds
Standby PUMPKIN IV* size tin
1-lb. cello bag IQ c
2 for 2 9 t
Hey Kids! Everyone
Wins In The News
‘ f 1 Saturday night’s meeting by
Grange. Special program of the
evening was a report of the re-
convention o f F F A
held in Kansas City by two of the
teen-age delegates from this area
George Suter of E. C. and
Gentemann of Springwater,
Mrs. Homer Glover entertained
the Birthday Cub last Monday PM
with 12 present.
Out o f
guests were her sister Mrs. P u i
ington and the latter’s daughter,
Sharon o f Portland.
W eek end guests o f Mr. and Mrs
Robert Blewett were some one
tim e neighbors o f theirs o f Gar
diner, Mrs. Ruth Keith and her
3 children. Some
friends from Rcedsport area vis
ited them on Sunday; Mrs. Agnes
Baker and daughter Evelyn.
Lloyd Stephens attended a 3-
day horticultural convention at
LaGrande last week. Chief sub
ject of discussion was weed con
The Carlton Dudleys and their
5 children went to Sauvies
land Friday night to the home ot |
Mr. Dudleys parents fo r a large
fam ily party. About 25 relatives j
gathered to celebrate the birth
day o f a brother.
Am ong paricipants in the Vet-
earns Day Parade Nov. 11 in SE
Portland was the mounted unit
o f Multnomah County Sheriffs
Posse of w hich Carlton Dudley is
an active member.
Mrs. Vernon Ross had a pleas
ant surprise Nov. 12 when a din
ner at the home
o f Florence
Cloningcr turned out to be
evening party in honor o f Mar
garet’s birthday to which a num
ber of families o f Eagle
Church had been invited.
were her daughter-in law Maye
accepted the invitation besides
the Rosses w ere the Sam Olm-
seads; the Tony Buhlingers; the
Shirley Burnetts and Mrs. Maude
Burnett. Many others sent their
with the state of Oregon. This to- good wishes.
tal shows an increase of nine per
Dora and Nola Clester were
cent in property tax
payments Sunday dinner guests o f
over a year ag0
Freda Turner along with some
By paying its taxes before No- other friends in Portland
Two older daughters visiting
vember 1 , PGE realized a saving local home folks last week end
o f tihree percent, which, in Clack-
amas county,amounted to $28,47(1. R
Janjce Buhlinger and Jean
. , «000729
Young Richard Baley has had
pany s net payment to $920,729
tonsilitis and expects to have the
offending tonsils removed next
V I A ÏV C
Clackamas County News
Estacada, Oregon, Friday, Nov. 21, 1958
Whole Roasting CHICKENS lb. 45c
U.S.D.A. Good ROUND STEAK lb 89c
W e’re happy with the response
from you folks in bringing your
subscriptions up to date. Those
of you who are still getting the
red circle, if we are in error let
the office know-or come in with
your renewal. If yon do not feci
you can afford to renew now.
let us know, and we’ll rid yon of
the circle and yon may pick up
your balance when convenient.
GUA R A NTE E D A L L NON -PRIZE W IN N E R S AND A
20c “MILK SHAKE BONUS” on each
N E W SUBSCRIPTION — 2yr. New 40c
This bonus is payable at time subscription is brought to campaign
headquarters and is in addition to regular commissions and prizes.
VOTE SCHEDULE - SUBSCRIPTION PRICE
(R enew al)
(N e w )
No subscription for more than 2 years accepted
in this campaign
50,000 EXTRA votes w ill be issued every "club” of $20.00 worth
o f subscriptions turned in. A “ club” may be composed of large
or small amounts totaling $20 00. This arrangement will be in ef
fect during the entire campaign. Votes w ill be issued on out of
county subscriptions at the same rate.
OFFICE OPEN UNTIL 6:00 P.M. DAILY
P A R E N T S A R E IN V IT E D TO COME TO T H E O F F K
W IT H T H E IR YO UNGSTERS TO L E A R N
TH E D E T A IL S C
THE C AM PA IG N .
PH O NE CR9-3241.
OLD TIME R E V IV A L SET
FOR V IO LA COM. CHURCH
An old time revival will start
on Sunday. Nov. 23 thru
Nov. 30 at the Viola Community
Church conducted by James Bu
cher eveneclist to both Jew and
Gentile. Special musical numbers.
Services 7 30 P.M. Mon. thru Sat
and on 7 P M Sunday evening.
Cash Commissions ol 15%
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