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cf Mr. and Mrs. R. C. SchleichertTelephone & Telegraph Corn-
of Estacada, graduated Nov . 7 pany, are planning to attend
from the Women Officers’ Indoc- forum sponsored by the Oregon
trination Course for newly com-! independent Telephone
In 9 weeks of instruction the missioned Marine officers at the eiation at Labanon, on December
raw recruit is developed into
Varine Corps Schools, Quantico, 11 and 12.
Navy Bluejacket, ready for duty Va.
j The forum will discuss
with the fleet.
| «hone company problems relating
TELEPHONE STAFF WILL
n o ,
ATTEND PHONE FORUM merchandising, billing methods ,
TAKE OFFICERS’ COURSE
ribara Watkins, Ruth i-iiYr
Dolores A. Schleichert, daughter
j and Duane Day of the Estacada
Clackamas County News
Estacada, Oregon, Friday, Dec. 5, 1958
FROM RECRUIT TRAINING
Robert J. Parkinson, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Floyd E. Parkinson of
Estacada, Rout« One graduated
from recruit traiing Nov. 14 at
the Naval Training Center at San
collection procedures and kee >- provide displays.
ing subscriber’s records. The pur-
post of the meeting is
to help Thanksgiving diner guests
persons associated with the
59 the home of Mr. and Mrs.
independent telephone compan Clayville were Mr. and Mrs.Chas.
ies in Oregon improve their com- Dempsey of Portland and Dr.and
mere.a. A accounting operations. Mrs. Chester
ot various family of Estacada.
types of office equipment
Mr. and Mrs. Otto Kiggins en-
indicated they will attend
tertained their children, Mr.and
Mrs. Bob Bennett
and Mr. and Mrs. Duane Kiggins
and family, and
mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Ames on
Thanksgiving. The Bob Bennetts
now live at Wood Village, near
Troutdale, and Mr. Bennett
working for the Reynolds Alum
* UVIHG ROOM * SELDOM ‘ DININGROOM
• Davenport and Club
Chair in asst, beaut
iful covers, spring
seats and back. Dav
enport makes into
• Coffee Table • End
Table • Table Lamp
• Floor Lamp
m CLACKAMAS COlinTY
Is Today Announcing
w w w
* 5-piece Formica Top Chrome or Black
Leer Dinette Set.
ANOTHER NEW C A M P A I G N
in which if w ill give a prize of
Hollywood type headboard,
footboard and metal rails, in
nerspring, many coils.
* Box spring and mattress
* Large double dresser with large
mirror. Many drawers in char
coal, lime, oak, sea foam or
10.00 IN CASH
TO THE CANDIDATE TURNING IN THE MOST POINTS
ON NEW AND RENEWAL SUBSCRIPTIONS
BY NEXT WEDNESDAY NIGHT
t ' ) IA v u u s
$10 90 CASH CAMPAIGN is a NEW CAMPAIGN, and only
those candidates who are working for the prizes and cash commis-
. :ons are < ligible. Candidates can win this $10.00 cash prize and at
the some time with the same subscriptions get votes for the other
prizes. Subscriptions will count points for /he S10.00 cash prize be
sides counting votes for the bicycle prizes at the regular establish
ed vote schedule. See schedule ofpoints below. Milk Shake bonus
given on all new subscriptions.
T h is
Easy Terms Available
Purchase Eac¡¡. Piece or jftacm
Separately If Desired
hedul e oí Poi nt s
and handed in between Thursday
morning, December 4, and Satur
day night, December 6 will count
points toward the $10 cash prize
and handed in between Monday
morning, December 8, and Wed
nesday night, December 10, will
count points toward the $10.00
cash prize, as follows:
1 YE AR
All subscriptions handed in for th e last report Saturday, December
13, will count toward the $10.(10 Cash Prize as follows:
Campa i gn Notes
Any candidate who is now working in the subscription drive Is
eligible to work for the $10.00 cash prize for all
One of the active candidates will win this prize in addition to the
other prises or cash commission they are guaranteed in the op
ening rules. The winner of this special cash prize will be announc
ed, and the $10 bill will be awarded at the close of the campaign,
in rase of a tie for the $10.00 prize, identical awards will be made
to the tielng candidates.
This Saturday marks the end of the 2nd week of the subscrip
tion and prize campaign. Just one more week to win the prizes
each candida/e started out to capture.
The campaign is
weekend, and each candidate is urged
to do his or her very best from here on out.
Candidates are cautioned to rightly mark their subscriptions
NEW or OLD.Be sure to come to the campaign office real often
so that we ran answer any questions you have about the campaign.
Out-of- town candidates needing information are asked to eall the
eampaign manager at The News office, phone CR 9-3241. Open
until 6 p.tn. daily.
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