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ing devices basic school at Mem - 1
Jesse Whislers last Fri.
had Main Streets, Oregon City.
phis after ‘-Boot Camp” they met
surprise visit of Kern's niece and
husband from Salt Lake City.
th e '
Attending the Knight’s Ball of SERVICE DIRECTOR TALKS
ON CANCER RESEARCH school, they were transferred to |
The Paul Stills and Carl Bells Job’s daughters in Portland Iasi
A killer whose toll in the Un- Pensacola,
Fla., and assigned
(daughter Vivian) dined in Bor Kri. night were
ing at the home of Carl’s mother, and Lee Proctor,
Karen Potter ited States is seven hundred liv- instructor» in the same
By Margaret Ross
Mrs. Emily Bell.
ment. It was in the Pensacola [
Thanksgiving celebrations and
The Prank Taoherons entertain
On Sun., Nov. 16 Mr. and Mrs. graphical limits, must be fought Naval Air Station chapel
varied illnesses are E. C.
news ed both sons, Boh and Don, and A. J. Zakrzewski were surprised
they were married on
May 18, ;
features this week.
when their 25th wedding anniver
Lewis Rivers’ Thanksgiv
The Hank Suters dined in New- sary , was
„ UJJ celebrated
........... ... by the
„... arrival ammunition for protection. Re-
Before entering the Navy, Ga
ing party of 22 relatives included ¡)er,, wjtA Dotty’s brother in law ,,f their older sons and daughter
len served three
and one-half |
the A1 Collins, Lloyd Potter, Bud and family.
and later by the pre-arranged vis-
years in the U. S. Air Force and
Rivers, and the Franzcns of Port-
Thurs. guests at the Wm. Dun- ¡t of various neighborhood friends be accomplished. This was the shu-iey'grTduated from* EsUcada
stans included, son. Marvin and Sylvia and Tim Leedham welco- message braught by Miss Janet Union High School.
The Art Shultz family
were family and daughter Barbara ana med the birth of their second ba- Shair, assistant sendee director,
hosts at a family reunion at E. C. _)im Base of Portland.
On Wed. by girl early Wed. Nov. 26. The from the national office of
Grange hall. Special guests were Mrs |)unstan welcome visit of an huskv new arrival, wt. 10 lb. 2 oz . American
v , Cancer
, , Society
Kiwan s Annual Xmas
Mrs. Shultz’ brother Ernest Tan- aunt and cousins, of Nampa. Ida. was named Sandra Louise.Grand- f'Jew y*™
ner and family of San Jose, Cal.,
The Oscar Judds
entertained parents are Mr. and Mrs. limber
aCHaiT^S.^ County! Benefit Pancake Feed
who spent the week here. Others daughter Roth, Dr. and Mrs. H. Wilson of Eagle Creek, and Mrs Unit when they met last
the Court Grade School Cafeter'a
among the 30 present included Todd and children. Mario spent Prances Leedham of E. C.
and nesday evening at
house in Oregon City to
from ; Sat., Dec. 6, 7 am to 3 prn
two other brothers and a sister, the weekend here.
their organization. Mrs. Wilbur,
and respective families, from Sa
Mr. and Mrs.
The World Fellowship Circle
next J ' Fa'l° ° n' executive director of j
lem and Ore. City, also daughter were guests of Florence’s brother 0f E. C. Church will meet
Virginia and her husband.
Tracy Colt and family in Portland Tues., Dec. 9, at 1:30 PM at the
The Jesse Whislers attended a
Mr. and Mrs. Willard Turner
The Tony Buhlingers enjoyed home of Florence Glover.
gathering of 50 relatives H and
oP Port I and were week end guests I
H w c k c n d visit of their two older i
friends at Wood
Village hall, daughters Janie from OSC
! of the George Bavarts, and M r.!
HUSBAND AND WIFE BOTH
Starley & de Smith from Seattle. CHRISTMAS SEALS NOW ON
Bill Williams also of 1
SERVING IN THE NAVY Portland, visited them on Sunday. 1
The George Richards
Home from Corvallis for holi- SALE SAYS TB HEAD
The Galen K. Smith
family The Bill Williams were formerly i
went to Beaverton to a large din- days were Tom and Joanne Burn
Dr. Mabel Hardenbrook, Ore-
first has moved its
houshold from residents of Estacada.
ner honoring the visit of Alice’s e tt and a classmate of hers from gon City dentist, was the
seals Memphis, Tenn., to Almeda, Calll.
sister from the east.
On Thurs. the
family all person to Christmas
J. E. on orders from the Navy depart-
Thurs. dinner at the Durwood d'ned
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Schlue, John
Douglas home honored his sister, Mae’s
Galen, the son of Mrs. Marie and Linda moved to Long Beach,
Verna Hanley, a minister
from Kenny Ronnow is home from Pa- Clackamas
of B. Smith of Sunbury, Pa., a train Calif, on Wednesday of last week
Los Angeles, tVho was
visiting c jfjc (j. for holidays brought
a Health Assocition, sponsors
the seal sale.
Contributions for ing deviceman second class
here for a week. Other guests in- friend from Connecticutt.
sale the U S Navy His wife, the for- COMMUNITY PROGRAM
eluded (their mother) Mr.
Thanksgiving at Geo. Baley the first week
Mrs. Ben Doerkson of Gresham, home came 3 days
late sine _■ amounted to $1,132.50, she said.
nas a (headed
e a a e a , £ 0fM ^ a n d M « ! ^ y ¿ S e n - n ie ^ f b f e ^
Durwood’s daughter) Mr. and Mrs I young Richard needed time to re-
Loren Hulick, of Boring, and Bea- cover from his tonsillectomy ot the list of early contributors for derson of Estacada, Route 2, is al- partf c ^ t e d in the 4th
trice Yeager of Portland.
! previous Monday. Sunday guests several years,
and stated. Mrs. D. E. Crowley, llv- specialist ...in the Navy Waves.
Thurs. guests at
the Salem were Sibyl’s brother Doug
ing in San Diego,
Both graduated from advanced ( nts of - the
home of the Bill Gardners were Lavonne Holbrook.
The n purpose
Another Mon. tonsillectomy was with her usual contribution and (training device- school at Mem- i °f the program involoving
Dora and Nola Clester, Bob and
daughter, Luella Mrs. J. D. McEdward, Jennings phis, Tenn., thu, fall, and recelv- girls was to observe and
Mabel Clester, Roxanna Clester, Walt Smith’s
ed concurrent orders from
and Hazel Beers. Dora stayed to Lutz, of Gladstone, who recuper Lodge, was third.
in the work of 18 social agencies
We have been pleased,
Mrs. I Navy Bureau of Personnel to re- of Portland.
visit daughter Opal till Sat..when ated here from Wed.
the Gardners brought her back.
Grandchildren Connie and Nancy
response to our Christmas seal structor-Repairmen with the Pa-
Mr. and Mrs. L.O. Gerber spent spent the week here also.
Chicken pox is now arriving in appeal which seems to be getting cific Fleet Airborne E !«tronics Dolores A. Schleichert, daughter
Thurs. at Lake Grove with daug
young better each year.
of Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Schleichert
hter) R. J. Shaver family, then E. C. First victims were
We appreciate it, for the sale
Since enlisting in
different of Estacada, graduated
Nov . 7
brot two oldest boys back
here Wayne Bul’ilinger, Paul’s son, and
Lloyd Stephens’ small son Jeff, is our only source
income parts of the country within two from the Women Officers’ Indoc-
for week end.
Sam Olmstead was stricken sud- and it takes place at the busiest weeks of each oth«i in February trination Course for newly com-
Holiday houseguests of the Ora
Gaylords were Ruth’s
brother denly last Sat. night and taken to time of the year.
and March, 1954, ^ e e p t for re- missioned Marine officers at the
Myron Shaner and family of T a- 1 Portland San.for diagnostic obser-
j Contributions should be sent cruit training the two have been Marine Corps Schools, Quantico,
! to McIntyre building, Sixth and together. Assigned to the train- Va.
THE CLACKAMAS COUNTY NEWS, PAGE 8
Eatacada, Oregon, Friday, Dec. 5, 1958
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CURRINSVILLE ¡MARKET NEWS
Volume No. 1
estacada, Oregon, Friday, Dec. 5, 1958
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Wade had I Miss Helen Rickey from Sacra-' several years, the Smith family bert and Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Day,
Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. mento, Calif, surprised her par-! held a family reunion at the Le all of Estacada.
were Monday callers at the ihome 1 Thanksgiving dinner with
In the ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Rickey, gion
of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Christiansen Sadie Wade and Merle.
1 afternoon they all drove to Port on Saturday when she came home Among those present were
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Keith
land where Mrs. Sadie Wade was for a short visit. She had arrived and Mrs. Lawrence Smith
and Mrs. Ford Darrow attended a pot-
Mr. and Mrs. Larry Meade and
Miss Cala Stainal of Stayton,Ore., 1 luck dinner given by the 5th Sun
Donald Meade were Thanksgiving granddaughters and other rela girl friend who wanted to drive Mr. and Mrs. Glen Millard
and day Rally Association
up for the trip and also to
visit three children and
day guests at the home of
Mrs. Alice Churches of Chirst of Clackamas
friends there. They left for Sac Smith and sister Edna from Port County, at the Milwaukie Church
and Mrs. Lester Colson in Port
children of Salem visited at the ramento Saturday evening.
land; Mr and Mrs. Bob Sullivan on Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Darrow
Ralph Wade home on Saturday.
and two boys of Salem; Mr. and 1 is the secretary and treasurer of
Jim Bowan of Salem
was a Mrs. Ron Johnson of Vancouver, this association.
Mrs. R. D. Phillips
Mrs. Brooks Snyder of Warren- luncheon guest at the home
of Wash., Mr and Mrs. Bob Judd and
spent Thanksgiving at the home
an Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Day on Satur children from Eagle Creek; Mr.
Having dinner with Mrs.Gena of their daughter and family, Mr. ton recently bad surgery at
and Mrs. Bill Conray and child
Ballou Sun were the pastor and and Mrs. Wayne Wade in Salem. Astoria hospital. Mr. and Mrs. day.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Puizan
of Snyder were residents of
ren, Mr. and Mrs. Duane Day and Seattle were guests at the Floyd
wife. Rev. ond Mrs. Dave Wor Mr. and Mrs. Walt Strobel
cada serveral years.
As has been their custom for children, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Har- Day home on Sunday.
Oak Grove were also present.
den of Eugene
M-Sgt. Robert E Rickey, son
of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Rickey,has
recently been transferred from
Davis Monthan Air Force Base
at Tucson, Arizona, to Mather
Field, Sacramento, Calif., where
he works in the Post Command.
He has been in the
for 15 years, having served in
World War II and then
listing after three years of civil
Prices for Friday & Saturday
December 5 & 6
Miss Ann Hrabert, University
of Oregon student,
Thanksgiving holiday at the home
of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Cec
il Harbert. Mr. and Mrs. A. D.
Tomlinson, Mrs. Harbert's parents
were at the Harbert home
Stanley Rutherford, a medical
specialist in the U. S. Army,left
on Nov. 17 for doty in Europe.
His wife Sharon is employed by
the Sunset Beauty Shop and will
remain here unitl he can make
arrangements for her
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Shurfine M I L K
5 lb. bag
U.S. No. 2 POTATOES
8 lb- bag
5 0 ll>- bog 8 9 c
TONIGHT St-RVE A DELICIOUS
Blade Cut PORK STEAK
ib. 4 9 c
PORK ROASTS, Picnic Style
lb. 3 9 c
Wlnesap or Delicious
2 6 ll>- box
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Sliced H A L I R U T
lb. 5 5 c
CHETS, BEEF, CHICKEN or TURKEY
Frozen M EAT PIES
Reg. 29c ea.
4 l°r 8 9 c
full quart 4 9 *
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