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Salmon Mon. and brought home
her father to spend a few weeks.
Mrs. Smith has been unabe
(By Leila Gordoni
visit tier daughter resently. She
G< na Ballous brother Carl Haa- was here in Sept. 1957.
latul and daughter and
Mr. and Mrs. Amos Hills
bund the Russel Hunters were ov tended the Golden Wedding re
er nite guests at Genas one day ception of Mr. and Mrs.
this week from Marysville, Wash. Hills in Springfield,
Visiting at the
Ernest Duus weekend.Several hundred friends
horn 3 Thanksgiving was her sister and relatives attended.
Mrs. Blanche Wranker of Portland Hills made the
Mr. and Mrs. Dan Howell spent ment and was complimented on
the week end at the Ernest Duus the profesional work.
horv and she attended Booster
Mrs. Gena Ballou entertained
nite a* Grange. Francis Hunter is Rev. and Mrs. Dave Worden and
making her home at the
Duus daughter Lori of Eugene to din
About GO enjoyed the potluck
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wooster
and program for Booster nite Sat had Thanksgiving dinner with
at the grange. All enjoyed the Louvena and Oscar Crawford.
program and dancing. Jo e Gutt-
The Ray Gordons and
ridge was speaker and he talked on John Wickenkamp and fam
on important matters affecting ily had dinner at the Phil Howes
the fanner. He is Pomona Master in Beaverton T. G. day.
and am member of Springwater
The Sylvan Carters spent the
day at their granddaughter’s,Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd White en and Mrs.
Ronald Manchas in
tertained their youngest daugh Dallas.He is a radio announcer at
ter an her three boys of Sweet- the Dallas station. Charles and
Larry Incey came home with the
Dae and Lora Palmateer spent Carters and their parents, the H.
the day at her borthers the Fred Laceys will call for them Sun.
Davises in Portland
I Having dinner at the
Lola Reimers’ sister Gertrude Carters were here fother
Sganzini of Napa, Calif, called to Walters and her sister; George
wish her a happy holiday. The Coburn; Mr. and Mrs.
Sganzzinis plan on visiting here Walters and Mickey of Seattle
and Grandpa Wiley Metcalf. It
Edward Lee had surgery last was also their 4th wedding anm-
Wed. and was getting aong
as i versary.
well as can be expected. His sis
The Wm. Chryslers daughter
ter and husband, Mr. an Mrs.Ir Diane and Mrs. Carl Weitz and
vin Viles of Albany, Mo. came to her two children
!>e with Ed. and to visit her fath week from Spokane
er. Paul Lee took
them and Thanksgiving with the family.
Marsha and Charlotte to Frisco
The Carl Burkes were dinner
on Wed. and they returned
to guests at t)he Jim Lambs Thurs.
Estacada Sun. Marsha remained
The Jim Lambs had a belated
in Calif, for a few dags.
The Thanksgiving witr their son and
Viles plan to leave here Wed. for family the Roy Lambs of Cama-
Wash, on g-jn.
Peggy An lers drove to White
L :>!a Reimers spent the holidr
'..U . and Mrs. A1 I’ardun in
Floyd Beebe and Mrs. Estella
A FEW NEW ‘58 FORD Rice had dinner Sun. at the home
his sister Miss Ethel Beebe in
and MERCURY CARS of
The Dean Qualls visited at the
home of his parents the Dewey
L O / !
Qluals Sun. and Lola
Full Facto’ J.uir ' es! spent Sun. at Ray Gordons
The home of Opal Rowan was
damaged by fire Sun. eve.
BARGAIN^ / O' r BE badly
She was away at the time so un
HERE L< > G'
able to save their clothing
....Low Down ’ oants! The kitchen is badly smoked up,
not destroyed, but everything
..... EASY T ■ MS ! ..... but
in the living room and bed soom
- ' ' ' A
i- a total loss.
these are two title girls both in
l..e 3rd grade.
Pete Ballou and Ray Gordon
worked at the hall Mon.
Litcy Middleton was in to see
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her brother Boo and found him
re-ting easier and much improv
ed and ¡earned her sister Margie
G arfie ld New s
Prîtes effective iiursiky, Fritcy &
Connett was in the hospital after
a heart attack.
Garden Club work day at Leila
Gordons Thu. to finish
and painting cones for the show
By Phyllis Fitch
Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Erickson
spent Thanksgiving day at Mrs.
All Springwater was shocked by
the sudden death of Mrs. Lydell
Reed's mother Saturday eve.
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Fitch and
children spent Thanksviving
the home of Mrs. Fitch’s parents,
Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Hayward of
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. II
had their daughter Nancy and her
gril friend Helen Varion
from college Thanksgiving
On Saturday Jon Tucker and
his wife Carolyn called on Jon’s
grandmother, Mrs. Laura Tucker
and other relatives.
Mrs. Riggins sister Mrs. Orville
Richman from Roseburg.
Last Wednesday Lena Riggins
went by bus with her mother to
her home in Seattle. She became
ill on the trip. Murray drove up
on Saturday and they returned
home on Sunday. We hope she has
a speedy recovery.
Sunuay dinner guests at Mrs.
Elvira Sullivan's home were Mr.
and Mrs. Jack Pratt of Elwood
Thanksgiving day dinner guests
at the Gene Sullivan home were
Gene's mother Mrs. Eliva Sullivan
and his brother Leonard from Ne
braska. Leonard is visiting for
awhile at his mother's home.
Saturday evening guests at the
Gene Sullivan home were Mr. and
Mrs. Bud Wallen and children oi
Johnny Fitdh spent the holiday
home in Milwaukie.
Linda Fitch attended a skating
birthday party Saturday at Gres-
ham in honor of her girl friend.
Linda Palmateer. She also stayed
the night at Linda's home.
Fashion predicts hair will be shorter this year and this will
| please many women who have found short hair a great conven-
ience. It will also
[please those who
want to look taller
and thinner, be
cause short hair
stretches the ap
pearance of the fig
ure, making you
Longer hair that
covers the neckline
in back, tends to
shorten your ap
whether your fancy
is fo r l onge r or
chances are you’ll
treat it to a perma
nent to make it hold
t h e s t y l e y o u New no lotion permanent requires only S|
cial end papers and plain water for wa
For the do-it-yourself set little lotion to apply to a curl,
there’s a new no lotion home because there is no lotion. Plain
permanent called Pace that gives water is all you need to release
a custom wave without the un the waving action of the papers.
pleasant dripping arid odor usu And the wave is permanent and
ally associated with homewave long lasting.
lotions. Eight years of research
Whatever fashion predicts for
went into the development of this winter and spring, you can be
product which was demanded by sure wavy hair will be part of it,
homewave users themselves. The
waving ingredients are in spe because whatever its length, hair
cially-treated end papers which is prettier when it’s waved. And
contain just the right amount for a home permanent with no lotion
' each hair strand. There’s no will give that wave in a mess
L guessing about how much or how free, worry free way.
offering was given Mr. and Mrs.
James Martin as a going away
present. There wgs a program toi-
lowed by dancing.
Thanksgiving day guests at the
Jim Smith home were Mrs. Smith’
mother, Ml s. Abble Evans and El
len and Eddie Hodgekiss and chil
Friday night Jim Smith’s bro
ther Mr. and Mrs. Allen Smith
and their twochildren
for a visit enreute from South
Dakola. Mr. Smith had been stat
ioned at Boeing Aircraft in S. D.
Mr. and Mrs. Del Gant enjoyed
Thanksgiving at the
their daughter Mr. and Mrs. Vic
tor De Scrano in Portland
Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Del Gant
were dinner guests at the home
of their daughter Mr. and
Don Thomas in Oregon City .They
drove later to Salem in the day to
Springwater Home Ec Club is
holding a food sale at Hogg Bros,
in Oregon City Friday at 10:30.
All grange ladies are asked to do
nate food for sale. Food may be
left at Grange hall in Springwat
er Friday AM between 8 and 9.
NOTICE OF FINAL ACCOUNT
Notice is hereby give tnat the
undersigned has filed his Final
Account in the matter of the Es
tate of George Whetstone, deceas
ed. in the Circuit Court of the
State of Oregon for the County ot
Clackamas, Probate Department,
and said Court has set 10:00
o’clock A. M. on the 8th day ot
December. 1958, as the time for
hearing of objections to said Fin
al Account and the settlement
Howard L Smith,
Adminstrator of the Estate of
George Whetstone, deceased.
Beattie, Hibbard, Jacobs & Cald
Attorneys for Administrator
210 Masonic Building
Oregon City, Oregon
FROM RECRUIT TRAINING
Robert J. Parkinson, son of Mr.
and Mr«. FI lyd E. P "kin ion
Estacada, Route One graduated
from rH-uit traiing Nov. 14
the Naval Training Center at San
In 9 weeks of instruction
THE CLACK AMAS COUNTY NEWS
Estacada, Oregon, Friday, Dec. 5, 1958
raw recruit is developed into
Navy Bluejacket, ready for duty
with the fleet.
ATTEND PHONE FORUM
Barbara Watkins, Ruth Eifer
and Duane Day of the Estacada
Telephone S: Telegraph Con.
nany, are planning to attend
forum sponsored by the Oregon
ciation at Labanon, on December
11 and 12.
The forum will discuss
phone company problems relating
to credit information,
merchandising, billing methods ,
collection procedures and keep
ing subscriber’s records. The pur-
post of the meeting is
persons associated with the
independent telephone compan
ies in Oregon improve their com
mercial & accounting operations.
types of office equipment
indicated they will attend
CARD OF THANKS
We wish to thank
friends and neighbors for their
help before and since the death
of cur beloved husband and fa
The Quentin Cook Family.
ABC oven fresh CRACKERS
lb. 1 9 *
Betty Crocker C A K E M I X E S
5 for $1
1 0 lbs-
' Gunm an's 7 / r fk "
RICHARD TODD, ANNE BAX
TER. and HERBERT LOM IN
' Chase a
Creaked $’:n d o w "
SUN., MON., TI E.. Dee. 7-8-9
ROBERT MITCHUM, ROBERT
WAGNER, RICHARD EGAN and
MAT BRITT IN
The H u rfe rs "
WED. Dec. 10
PLUS ANTHONY QUINN IN
A relatively painless, non-
surgical method of treating
hemorrhoids (piles) is work
ing therapeutic miracles for
thousands who suffer from
rectal and colon disorders.
A recently developed elec
tronic treatment is proving
more effective than surgery,
with none of the after effects
The relatively new tech
nique requires no hospital-
ization or confinement. P a
tien ts show m arked im
provement almost immedi
a tely , and u n co m p licated
cases can be frequently cor
rected in as little as 10 days.
Further information with
out obligation may be ob
tained by writing the Dean
Clinic, Chiropractic Physi
cian s, 2026 N . E . San d y
Blvd., Portland 12, Oregon
Saturday, £.:ember 4-5-6
and there*« a phone close by.
No need to i dash across
house, and leave something
to burn on the stove! Handy
wall phones come in colors
to match or complement all
Swanson's MEAT PltS
Frozen Beef, Turkey or Chicken
4 fo r
, paint? Pick up the
wall phone right in the work
shop—and order them on the
spot. And when dad gets a
r»n, he won’t have to drop
hit work and walk through
the house. Wall phones don’t
take up precious worktable
IS oz. tin $ 4 .0 0
CHILI CON CARNE 4foor
WHEATIES or CHEERI0S
Large Family Size 3 f°r
CHIEF MARKET *
TIIURS.. I RE. SAT., Dec. 15-6
VAN HEFLIN, TAB HUNTER,
and KATHERINE GRANT IN
Cures Hemorrhoids Painlessly
M. j. 3. Cl 0 F F E E
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TE LE P H O N E S T A F F W IL L
than the den where
we all do our best browsing
an d t h in k in g , w ith o u r
p a p e r s an d f i le s c lo s e a t
hand. Oood place too from
which guests can make prv
addition to a
teenage room -and a per
fect gift for birthday or grad
u atio n , in fa v o rite c o lo r s
too! Everyone will appreci
ate this extra phone and the
privacy it brings to all the
TMs one Is a m ust-for
late or emergency calls —or
days when we’re Just to o
tired to get out o f bed! A nd
doesn’t a color phone look
so much more cheerful and
decorator-planned when it
f i t s in w ith youx co lor
Color phones make ideal
and different gifts for
Telephones manufactured by KaOotS Switchboard end
Supply Company, Chicago, HL Communication! Dhrfc
•ion o f International Telephone and Telegraph Corpora
tion. Serving the Independent Telephone ioiitau y fas
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