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THE CLACKAM AS COUNTY NEWS. PAGE 8
Estacada, Oregon, Friday, Nov. 21, 1958
I by boy,
Florence with live music.
serves the right to reject any or
weighed 6 lb. 7 oz This is their Lamb ;Margaret Bates;
Judy Burke was ill Sun.
and all bids.
first child and also the first grand Douglas; Flossie Carter;
Clara the Jim Lambs went over to look James W Smith, Clerk, Route 1;
By A nne Justice
child of both Mr and Mrs.
Carl Coffield; Eelda Youngberg; Hat afteh their grandson Gary while Box 64, Estacada
Dodge Extension Unit met Nov.
Sorrels of Eagle Creek and
Mr. tie Hershberger and
Mrs. Lida there their son Roy
his Publish Nov. 22-29, Dec. 6
11 at the community hall. After
and Mrs. Leon Kniskem o Esta Nocchi.
busines meeting a pot luck lunch
Elda Youngberg entered
the came. He was driving a new Fiat
was scrved.Members held a sur
hospital in Portland Sin. for min 500.
prise baby shower for Mrs. How-
and Begulein. Mrsj Ronald Bry
Sealed bids for fuel
an presened a beautiful decorat
heating the high school building
are installing officer Pete Ballou
ed cake in shape of a cradle.
will be accepted until 8:00 P. M.,
master; Geneva Zeits chaplain;
(By Leila G ordon)
The afternoon session was given
Sealed bids for gasoline to be December 11, 1958 by the School
to a lesson on block printing pre j Visiting at the Jim Lambs Sat Mae Lacey marshalls Patsy Bai- used during the calender
year Board of the
having dinner loo and Leltetia Kirk;
sented by Mrs. H. J. Westerberg urday eve and
1959 for the school busses, will High School District
and Mrs. Larry Miettenun. Next there were the Glen Danforths of bearers Lucy Middleton and Bill be accepted by the school board The board reserves the right to
meeting at hall Dec. 2 and will be Oregon City and the Carl Burkes Ray.
of the Estacada
High reject any or all bids
l of Estacada.
annual Christmas party.
Booster nite at Garfield Grange School N0.UH6 until 8:00 P.M., James W. Smith, Clerk,, Route 1,
Minimum Box 64, Estacada, Oregon.
Nov. 29. Pot luck starting at 6:30 December 11, 1958.
Mrs. James PM. Speaker program and dance delivery 400 gals. The board rt-
Frances Kishpaugh, and
Anne d a y were Mr. and
Publish Nov. 22-29, Dec. 6.
Justice spent Monday afternoon
scrubbing and cleaning the com
munity hall. Thanks girls for
|ti~.m i ’ stall ■».' Eag'e Creek Sat.
job well done.
Tom Stroeder, Leaon Raynolds I night. About 30 Garfielders wetc
and a group of
FFA members ttefe ,i ciudirg the tram,
drove to Salem Saturday to attend I Midi a sr> endid job and were du-|
iy ’> niated. They will install
a sheep sale.
Mrs. Max Kishpaugh, Mrs. Paul Harding; Holcomb Outlook i.nd
you can save yourself 42 mi!»s
Slane and Mrs. Paul Justice
at Redland G unge at Redlan ' Sun.
tended a cooking leaders meeting Nov. 23 at 2 PM.Hope for support
of w alking a year with
from the home g riot.'
in Mulino Friday PM.
an electric clothes dryer
The Dodge Community
Club Rudy Lockenmeirs f isi irg High
Nov. 6 inti.viewed
met Friday evening, November 14. lig h ts on
Maybe more . . . if vou have a large family.
Plans for a psroposed 4H building John Parvin on
An electric clothes uryer takes the drudgery out
were preseented and rejected by
of washdays. No more cluttered basements
the members. Plans were discus Eagle Creek hatchery
or weary trips to and from the clothesline. Sec
Dewey Quals is hunting elk in
sed or the Christmas program and
your appliance dealer TODAY!
Mrs. Paul Slane was appointed to eastern
Qualls is helping his mother with
make necessary arrangements.
[the work while Dewey is away
Members of the Estacada Gar
On Nov. 8 Mr. and Mrs. Law den Club met Fri. at Leila Gor
PORTLAND GUM It AL KUCTRtC COMPANY
rence Kniskem (Carl Lee Sorrels) dons and worked on the material
became the proud parents of a ba- for the Xmas show. Those helping
0 0 ft G £
Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Traeewell
and Patti visited in Viola
Friday. The Tracewells are now
By LaFaye Fouts
living at Corvallis instead of Mc
the community Minnville.
Mr. Tracewel is to
were saddened to learn of
the start new employment at Camp
death of Mrs. Allie Tracy of Lo \ujir this week.
gan. Many o f the local residents
Mr. and Mrs.
attended the funeral held in Or have 2 horses a palomina and a
egon City Monday. Services were pinto. Both are part Arabian &
conducted by Rev. Verne Renaud Quarter horse.
and John McKenzie was soloist.
Mr. and Mrs. Dick Wagner and
Mrs. Viola Barnett underwent Jess Turner spent a week in the
surgery at Doctors Hospital re- John Day country hunting
cently.She is home and well on
Gloria Skrelumas is working
road to recovery.
Friday and Sat. eves at the West
Miss Betty Carnes
took her Lynn Inn
Cub Den on a field trip to May
Visitors at the home of Mr. &
flower Dairy Wed.The dairy cov
ers 6 acres of and and the boys
were Mrs. Hubbard’s brother and
watched the processing of
family Mr. and Mrs. Ray Kay and
milk from the time it arrived in
daughter Bobbi of McMinnville
huge thermos bottles
truck from the farms till churn and Mrs. Lorraine Chester ajnd
bottled and son of Oregon City
Mrs. Jean Alen and Mrs.Brock
made into cheese and ready to go
School Christmas program
The John McKenzies have been
Viola Community Church.
doing a complete remodeling &
Mrs. Esther Weston returned
painting job on the interior of
home Sat. eve
their house. Others catching the
painting and papering fever are friends in Elco Nevada
Burke Bunnells mother under
Mrs. 11a Skinner and Mrs. Jean
went a serious operation in the
Good Samaritan hospital in Port
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kraft are
land Monday gut is doing as well
proud parents of a baby boy Ro
bin Dale born in Oregon City re- as can be expected
Shirley Krocker was involved
cently.The Krafts have 3 daugh
in an auto accident Monday eve
ters also. The whole family will
and broke her leg.Rev and Mrs
be moving to Portland this com
Renaud happened on the scene
and took her to Dr. Price.
Garfield New s
Volume No. 1
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MARKET NEW S
Estacada, Oregon, Friday, Nov. 21, 1958
Mrs. George Foster had major i surgery on Monday.
The Bled- ! Coquille.
surgery on Tuesday of this week 1 soes were former residents of Es
in a Vancouver hospital.
Mr. and Mrs. Don Looney and
Mrs. George Dodd and
Brightwood Mr. and Mrs. Larry Meade of Es
were luncheon geests of Mrs.Don tacada and Mr. and Mrs. Lester
Dodd on Wednesday of last week Colson and Mr. and Mrs. James
Douglass and family of Portland
were Sunday dinner guests
Mrs. Lyle Bledsoe and
M rs.! the home of Mr. and Mrs. Law
Lloyd Boylan of Hebo called at rence Wahlstrom in George.
the Jack Britton home on Sun
day. They brought Lyle Bledsoe
Mrs. Bill Griggs
up to the St. Vincent’s Hospital
in Portland where he had knee | week visiting with her mother in
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Dmytryk well on the new home which he is eration.
were very glad to get home
of Molalla visited Friday night at building.
fore the cold weather came.
the Jack Watson home.
Mrs. Wally Gredvig
Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Lawrence
and son John visited Sunday at
Callers at the home o f Armeda returned home
the home of Mrs. Gredvig’s par
Rev. and Mrs. Milton Nelson Woodle last Saturday were Mrs. from an enjoydble trip to
visit CUB SCOUTS TO MEET
AT CITY HALL NOV. 24
ents. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Britton, and Gary spent Monday in Tilla Anes Baker and daughter Evelyn their daughter and family
The next Cub Scout
and also with
other relatives mook visiting relatives.
} of Reedsport
and Mrs. Henry and Mrs. J. P. Brogan of
Udell from Gladstone.
On their way home will be held Monday, Nov. 24 at
(they stopped at
Napa, Calif, 7:30 in the city hall. The meet
where Mr. Lawrence
found a ing date is changed because of
j Mr.and Mrs. Lewis Pauli spent
he had Thanksgiving falling on
Saturday evening in Portland vis
Elta Schock who
Mrs. Victor Bresko’s nephew iting their daughter and family, staying at the Sandy Rest Haven
o f also visited Virginia City which
and wife, Mr. and Mrs. James F. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Mahlum. was tagen to the University
The News leads in neighbor
Green of Pasco, Wash, spent last They drove to Garden Home on Oregon Medical Hospital in Port they found very interesting.They news in y ou r area.
D ont be
Sunday and helped their son Lo- land one day last week for an op- ran into a little snow and ice and ■
week at the Bresko home.
without it. Subscribe today.
Prices Effective fro mFriday, November 21, thru
Wednesday, November 26
WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT!
Peas, Mixed Vegetables, Peas & Carrots,
Broccoli, Brussels Sprouts, Green Beans, Potato
Patties, Spinach and Corn
ft for 1 . o o
A fte r-T h o -G a m e l»arty Time, n o k itc h e n p ro b le m fo r the »m art h o t t e s t . .. S h e se rv e s re a d y -to -e a t
fo o d s fro m o u r Q u ic k -S e r v e Fo o d B a r . . . M a n y d e licio u s p a st rie s a n d t a st y p a r t y sn a c k s
. p o p u la r a ft e r s p o rt in g a n d th e a tre e v e n t s - n o w s u r p r is in g ly in e x p e n s iv e .
T RY OOR
BXTRA T i N D I R
Bell's Ready-mix STUFFING 1 lb pkg 5 7 c
I ^ H dw here IT COUNTS
JUST ADD W A TER
Loin End PORK ROASTS
S' gar-Cured - Smoked
SWEET PICKLES, large 22 oz. jar
SWEET POTATOES or YAMS 2 lbs 2 5 c f
fV T T T T rT T T V T fT T V T T T V T T T T T T T V V V T V T T T T T 'r V T T T O T T y T O O B T V
Sweet, Juicy ORANGES 12c lb.
Fresh Sliced SICE PORK
lb. 5 5 c
Blade Cut BEEF POT ROASTS
lb. 4 9 c
Not frozen! HENS 4 5 c lb. TOMS 3 9 lb.
No. 1 Tall Tin
2 ^ 55c
Fresh CRANBERRIES 2 1 -lb cello pok 4 9 c
SENOR M AM M OTH, Reg. 33c
5 lbs. 55
c ea- 3 f°r
ROCCA BELLA, LARGE PITTED NO. 1 Tall Tin
RIPE OLIVES Special
1 -0 0
KARO, 1 Pint Bottle, Reg. 28c
3 lor 5 5 c
With a $5.00 Groceary Purchase
Estacada Rt One