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    Timely Rains Fill Lake Behind N^ llì Fork Dim
Lisney Film Reads Last Rites for
Broadway Fare
Local People
Clackamas County News
Page 4
Estacada, Oregon, Friday, Nov. 28, 1958
Now playing at the Broadway Martha Myers died Nov. 22
MEAT CUT FOR LOCKERS
; Walt Disney’s first true life fani- 1958 after a long illness. She was
! asy, ’Perri’ the life story of a born July 14, 1894 in Missouri
including Hauling, Butchering, Coding, Cut­
| squirrel in nature’s own ways. and has lived in Estacada for tht
| This sometimes comical, suspen- past 24 years. She was a mem
ting, wrapped and delivered for 6c lb.
| seful but always heart warming ber of the Estacada Methodist
| story will play for two days on­ church and Centennial Rebekah
Pork 8c lb.
ly Nov. 26 and 27.This film will Lodge No. 147. She is survived
by
her
husband,
Chris
Myftrs;
be accompanied by the academy-
Cooling, cut, wrapped and delivered, 4c lb.
award winning featurette ‘Wet- daughter, Mrs. Carrol Bond ol
Auburn. Calif., brother, Chester
I bat ic ttouno
Friday and Saturday a cinema- Hayden, Vallejo; sister, Mrs.Jes-
Harold Middleton
| scope color picture starring Ro­ sie G. Erdah of Minneapolis,
Dial CR. '1-5145
bert Taylor and Richard Wid- Minn.
mark ‘THE LAW AND JAKE Funeral services were held on
' WADE”starts with the excite­ Nov. 26 at 10:30 A.M. at the
ment of a jail break to free the Clayville Chapel with vault en­
west’s most notorious criminal; tombment in Riverview Abbey.
builds to tension when the killer Rev. Milton Nelson officiated.
kidnaps the sheriff and the girl
he loves and is climaxed by a Quentin Clifford Cook. 36, of * f t 7 J # w ' f O r t r u l y e x p e r T t ]
deadly gun duel. Second feature Eagle reek died Nov. 16 as re­
Wolf Dog”starring Jim Davis sult of auto accident. He was
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and Allison Hayes. A cinema- born at Cherry Grove, Oregon,
• scope picture about an ex-con- April 12, 1922 and lived at Eagle
; vict, a boy and his dog A tale of Creek for two years where he
thrills an action on a Canadian was employed by C & L Lumber
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Sunday thru Tuesday Walt by his wife Patricia A; sons-
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| “THE LIGHT IN THE FOREST’ daughter Barbara of Eagle
starring Fess Parker, Carol Lyn- reek; his mother, Mrs. Bertha
] ley and James MacArthur. A Cook of Milwaukie; his brothers-
white boy raised by the Indians Wesley F., Clarence C., Bertie F.
returns home to find himself in of Portland and Elwin R. of W.
strange surroundings.His efforts Virginia; his sisters- Mrs Elsie
Two Barbers - - No Waiting!
switch activating one of the two to adjust himself are hampered Long; Mrs. Winnifred McClure
Timely fall rains filled the mas river to spill the water „„
and
Mrs.
Lillian
Howard
of
Port­
„„„ , kilowatt ..
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by his ^ uncle
shown tumbling back into the ri­ 26,500
generators.
^ who ^ hates hjm Indians.
and s, oots
ESTACADA BARBER SHOP
Mrs. Clara P. Berchette of
lake behind Portand General El- ver
on the downstream side of Wit.un a few days the second un- 1)is ^ s t friend. This drives the land;
Cottage Grove; Mrs Opal E. Tom­
electric company’s newly com- the dam. Late Saturday after­
of Prinville, Ore; Mrs. Er-
pletedl North Fork dam provid­ noon Nov. 22 PGE President it on the line will be bringing boy away but he returns with his linson Jackson
of Milwaukie. Ore;
ing sufficient flow in the Clacka- Frnay M. Warren Jr., threw a the project to 53,000 kilowatts, bride to be to claim his land and line
Mrs. Betty Lou Jackson of Uma­
settle down.
tilla, Ore; Mrs. Bertha D. Krause
of Trenton, N. J.
Funeral services were held on
Nov. 25 at 1:30 PM at Clayville
( apel with vault interment at
Willamette National in Portland.
Rev. Paul Alderson of Oregon
City officiated.
ATTEND SILVER ANNIV.
CONVENTION
A FEW W H 1*53 F Î E anti MERCURY CARS RR2GB FANTASTICALY 101VÎ COOPERATIVES OF PACIFIC
Delegates from Gresham Coop­
local member of Pacific
FULL FACTORYGUARANTEF!
“ U R 8 Y ! - TM5SE 5ARGAÎMS WON'T erative,
Cooperatives, attended the re­
cent saver anniversary conven­
LAST VERY LONGi
tion of Pacific Cooperatives re­
LOW DOWN PAYMENTS - EASY TERMS!
cently in Portland, November 17-
19. Attending from this area
were Frank S. Battaglia, vice-
president and voting delegate,
and Richard H.Wilcox, secretary-
manager of the local cooperative.
.One local man. Mr. Battaglia,
reported that the convention con-
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sisted of reports on how the reg­
ional wholesale cooperative was
progressing in the field of farm A real bsr/ for someone
supplies. At the meeting, Pac­
ific general manager, Charles Ba­ who wants a first-ebss
told the delegates that Pac­
A?? Y
!
! ler,
ific has made great strides in the
development of pe;roleum and car with everything on it!
fertilizer sources.
ore cio'id Thanksgiving
A report was given announc­
ing that Pacific Cooperatives,re­ Other Specials S
presenting its 119 member farm
cooperatives throughout
the
three Northwest states, is part
Prccs for Fri,
Sun., Noy. 2B-2Ö owner
of the new R15 million
phosphate plant being conslruc- Beautiful 195/ CHE VSpori Coape
ed at Georgetown, Idaho.
Representing the local women
V '. .
at the Hen House Fair division
the convention were Mrs. H.
/ Y of
E. Harmon of Route 1 Eagle 3-Tone, Power Pack, Radio & rear
SP EN D where
Creek and Mrs. Wavne Waugh of
€5 Portland.
speaker, Heater, Windshield wash,
CELEBRATE THEIR 42ND
WEDDING ANNIVERSARY
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bartholo­ Back-up-Sites, New Whitewall tiros
mew celebrated their 42nd wed­
Standby CATSUP, 14 oz. btfe. J
ding anniversary on Monday and Standard transmsission.
night of last week with a dinner
for their children. Mr. and Mrs.
Larry Godsey and Anne and Mr.
and
Mrs. Bud Bartholomew and
Cottage MARGARINE 5 for 1 - 0 0 two boys
were present. Mr. and
1 95$ CHEV V 2 ton Pickup. Heater,
Mrs. Bob Bartholomew and son
of Eugene were unable to be
there but had spent the previous i 6.50 x k6 tires; Side tire mount &
weekend at home.
mŒ
MRS. WESTERBERG HOSTESS Only 10,000 Miles. Like NEW!
TO METHODIST LADIES
The Woman’s Society of Chris­
tian
Service of the Methodist
Lean
Church met at the home of Mrs.
C. E. Westerberg last Wednes­
day. A delicious luncheon was 1953 MERC 4-dr. St. Transm. 0D.,
served
by the hostesses, Mrs.
Oriole Sliced ÔÂCu u ¿ liti. pkg.
Ray
Gordon
and Mrs. A.J. New­
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man. The devotions were given R. & H., Ne wsolid black paint, New
by Mrs. Milton Nelson and Mrs
Woody Gail lard. The program recaps. Sharp. A bargain at only --
Loin PORK «O a S í
ib. 4 9 c TURNIPS, RUTABAGAS or PARSNIPS was
led by Mrs. Dewey Qualls,
assisted by Mrs. Roy Douglas,
Mrs. C. E. Westerberg and Mrs.
3 lbs. 25c
O. H. Westby. This was about
what the United Nations is do­
ing to help the under privileged
of the world through FAO, WHO
1953 BUICK 4-dr. R & H, Automatic
and UNESCO, and also in cebra
Delicious APPLES, Fancy lb. 10c tion
of the signing of the Dee
laration of Human Rights by the transm. Completely overhauled.
Double Luck
303'$
United Nations Dec 10, 1948.
A-l
CARD OF THANKS
GREEN BEANS __
1 0 ^ 9 9 « Fresh crisp LETTUCE
wish to express onr sin­
2 lbs. 2 9 c ... cere We and
heartfelt thanks to
friends and neighbors for their
1949 BUICK 4-dr. A good motor &
sympathy and assistance at the
Cottage
303's
death of our beloved wife and
and for the beautiful flo­ transm. R & H As is
ea. 2 5 c mother
GRAPEFRUIT SECTIONS 2 for 35c Fresh PINEAPPLES
ral offerings
Myrtle. Eddie, Jack and Sam
Dmytryk
MILLER CHEVROLET
Mrs. Harold Wooster visited
her aunt, Mrs Mary Posson in
Portland last Friday and Satur­
SERVICE
day,
flu
Specials
ESTACADA MOTOR CO.
ÍSTACAGA, OREGON
Phone CR Ç-32A2
H
,1. 9
THAHKSC'V H $
$189500
IT C0UNKI
BoSo^nc
MEAT
iiish FORK CHOPS
lb. 35c
$1695 00
ib. 5 2 e
_____ ; $ 6 9 5 0 0
GROCERIES
throughout.
$695-00
$12000
TAYLOR’S HIWAY
MARKET
N. Estacada City Limits & Hiway 211,- CR 9-3253
Mr and Mrs. Duane Day at­
tended the Oregon- Oregon State
football game in Corvallis on
Saturday.
Estacada
Rhone CR 9-3297