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About Estacada's Clackamas County news. (Estacada, Or.) 1957-1976 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 12, 1958)
THE C L A C K A M A S C O U N T Y N E W S
He is the
guests at the Chris Wilbur home ter of arts.
were Mr. and Mrs.
Glen R itter Mrs. Hattie Hershberger, form ei-
and two children from Oregon ly of Estacada.
By Phyllis Fitch
Lois Erickson's niece, Mrs. Wm.
Mrs. George Gente-
W hetfield from Hood R iver
is mann and fam ily spent Thanks RICH ARD E. BURKE, JR.
visiting fo r a week at the Erick giving weekend with Mrs Gente-
mann's mother Mrs. Ludiker at
Paul E. N eff, supervisor o f the
The Floyd Fitch fam ily had Mr. Halfway, Oregon.
Also visiting Mt. Hood National Forest, has an
Mrs. O. E. Hayward and Mrs. Ludiker was
Mrs. Gente- nounced the transfer and promo
daughter Jean as Sunday dinner mann s sister, Mr. and Mrs. W al
tion o f
Richard E. Burke, Jr.,
Hay ter Beukanan from Yuma, Ariz.
from a forester position on
George Gentemann has joined ZigZag district to District Rang
Mrs. W . H. Tucker the Oakridge Gun Club.
They er. Spirit Lake Ranger District,
| and Mr. and Mrs. George Gente- are having a twelve week shoot on the Gifford Pinchot National
mann attended the East Council ing instruction course.
Forest. He will be stationed at
j P T A meeting at Sandy Dec. 3rd.
Joanne Richman, Everett and Spirit Lake.
W arren Adams, Elsie Higgins. Rodney and Jan
Burke started work with the
talked about the reoraganization ice Higgins and Jim Holt
and Forest Service at Estacada
of the Clackamas County Schools a buddy of Rodney’s from Fort
1952. In 1957 he was promoted
Sunday, Dec. 1st Mr. and Mrs. Lewis were Thanksgiving dinner
to forester on the Zigzag district.
Floyd Fitch and children,
Mr. guests at the home of Mr.
and W hile there, he was principally
land Mrs. Jim Truman and chil Mrs. Jim Platt in Estacada.
responsible fo r Bull Run W ater
dren from Clackamas and Mr.anU
Rodney Higgins has finished shed activities.
Mre. Mike Schwann and children his 45 day reserve training
He received his degree in for
from Oregon City enjoyed a day Fort Lewis. He returned home estry at the University of Min
at Timberline Lodge.
nesota in 1952. Previously, he
Mrs. Jessie W ilbur’s daughter,
Mrs. Wilbur H ow ell attended Bradley University.
Winnie Calkins and sons
Gary took the Jobs
He is a member o f the Society
and Rickie from
Madras were church at Eagle Creek. Follow o f Am erican Foresters.
Thanksiving week end guests at ing the services they had a sack
He served in the U. S. Navy
lunch then went
to Gresham from 1941 to 1947, seeing a good
the Wilbur home.
dinner where they enjoyed an afternoon ly portion of the world.
o f roller skating.
N e ff said the new assignment
Mrs. Wilbur on the G ifford Pinchot National
Howell took the Jobs Daughters Forest w ill give Burke increased
to Mollala to the Jobs Daughters administrative responsibilities.
“ Dick” and his w ife Mary-Jean
are planning to report to
RICH ARD GROSS AB SE N T
new assignment May 4.
AF T E R 30 Y E A R S
Last week marked the
¡time in nearly 30 years o f
tending and teaching school that B AR TO N 4-H COOKS
E LE CT N E W OFFICERS
iRichard Gross was not seen
The Barton Biscuit Burners,4-
. heard in his classrooms.
Gross was forced to take leave H Cooking Club, held their first
o f absence for one week and two meeting Oct. 27.
Election of officers was held
days because of a serious
injur}' that put him in the hospi as follows: President- Mary Ann
Unbelievable as it may Sims: vice- president- Kathleen
secretary- Linda Coui-
seem Mr. Gross didn’t miss any Guthu:
school during uis four years of tain; reporter- Mary Ann W ork
high school and four years
of man and song leader- Ann Snow-
college. The only exception was ley.
Leaders are Mrs. Courtain and
one half day missed in order to
attend a funeral.
Mr. Gross tea Mrs. Guthu.
Meetings are held
ches English and first French.He
has been a faculty memger
of and third Mondays
Roosevelt High School
fo r 13 month.
Pacific Heating Ûiis
Pacific quality assures you of pure, clean-
burning oil for more efficiency, less mainten
ance of your oil burner.
Sure comfort for
your family at less cost.
Pacific Heating Oils cost less, because you
get the savings that come from Pacific’s big-
Call today for prompt delivery. You’re “oil
right” with Pacific.
Pacific Cooperative Member
( Formerly Farmers Gas & Supply)
600 NE 8th
Sam Sez: " This Year
SATURDAY, DEC. 13,
Give Jewelry! "
Layaway Now for
$ 1 .5 0
S I .5 0
$ 1 .5 0
M T. HOOD CLEANERS & LAUNDRY
years and is chairman
o f the
school days were spent at
L in K IW A N IE N N E S FETE
MRS. H A Z E L D A Y
coln High School and he receiv
When Mrs. Don Day attended
ed his B. A. from the University
o f Oregon where he won his mas- a “ coffee-hour” party w ith 14
morning, Dec. 2, at the home of
Mrs. W oody Miller, she discover
ed she was guest of honor at
surprise shower. She was pre
sented with a handsome
stroller from the group. A fare
well g ift was sent to Mrs. Chuck
Baker by the
Chuck and Kathy and small son
moved to Portland on Nov. 28.
W E GIVE V&C
CUSTOM ERS ON R O U T E W H O BRING IN
C L E A N IN G W IL L H A V E IT DELIVERED
A T THESE PRICES!
A L L CUSTOM ERS
W IL L RECEIVE TICKETS FOR $100 XM AS
A W A R D FOR EACH $2.50 IN C LE A N IN G !
A Small Deposit Molds Your Purchase
Remember - - We Are Never Undersold
SHOES for the
F or best results tr y a
C lassified Ad.
82nd Avenue & Foster Road
Phone PR 4-8991
Southeast Portland, Oregon
N ew s
8USTER BROWN SHOE STORI
MAIN at EIGHT«
FO R T iM
F A M IL Y
RED G OOSE
F o r g ro w in g fe e t
TOP TV—The Dinah Shore Chevy Show—Sunday—NBC-TV and the Pat Boone Chevy Showroom-weekly on ABC-TV,
GRACE W A LK E P
Juuen F o r a D ay F aro»
in our history...
J O H N C. R O B E R T L
F o r P articu lar M en & Buys
Off. Phone CR 9 6527
Plumbing and Heating.
General Sheet Metal
Walk around ilio rar that’s all-round n n r . . then hr our guest fo r a pleasure test-
DRIVE A ’59 CHEVY TODAY !
to 4 2 inches more room in front,
3.3 inches in back), feel the lounge
like comfort o f Chevy’s new inte
rior, experience the hushed tran
q u i ll i t y o f its r id e (c h o ic e o f
improved Full Coil or gentler-than-
ever Level A ir suspension*). Once
you’re on the road you'll discover
such basic benefits as bigger, better
cooled brakes that give over 50rc
longer life, new eas.v-ratio steering
and a H i-T h rift 6 that gets up to
10 per cent more miles per gallon.
And, o f course, you find Safety
Plate Glass all around in every
Chevrolet. Stop by your dealer’s
and pleasure test the car that’s
shaped to the new American taste!
what Ameriea wants, America gets maChery!
see your local authorized Chevrolet dealer
Miller Chevrolet Service
G R O K E T T JE W E LR Y
IZZYYS A U T O W R E C K IN G
Phone Damascus 2317. A ddresj
Kt 8 box 311 Boring. Oregon at
Barton W e buy and M il nil
- i d srrap
tires, old and refittings, angle
irons etc. W e buy Junk, any
W ORK W ANTED
Framing - Finishing
Ph. Ectacada CR 9-6540
SCEPTIC TA N K S CLEANED
W A N T j SD-. T o buy all kinds |
Estacada phone C R -3748
*Optwr^i at trim cost.
B ULL A N D BOAR
SE R V IC E
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Anywhere - Anytim e
F R A N K L E IT H E IS E R
Route 2, box 470, Sandy
Cal! MTT 7-4780
POE THE BEST DEAL
«n a NEW PLYM O U TH or
CHRYSLER *ee or call
H AROLD B O YA NO V SK Y
H E S S E L ’S. Gresham MO
5-2146 or Portland A L 1-1628.
Also Used Cara and Trucka
D E N T IS T
9 to 5 Mon. thru Sat.
M A S O N IC B LD G .
Dr. L. W. Griffith
A Complete Optical Service
Eyes E xam ined
Broken Lenses D uplicated
Glasses F itted
Eyeglass F ram es R ep a ired
W h ile Y o u W ait
V e in vite C om parison o l
Service. Q u ality and P ric e
We do our ovvn grin din g
V IS IO N O P T IC A L («<
Gresham, O regon
O ffic e on P o w e ll B lvd
T elep h one M O 5-3813
A gen t fo r B a d ger M utual &
National Fire Ins.Companies
172 S. E. F ou rth St.
O ffice Phone
M !-n M. Price. M.D.
P H Y S IC IA N & S U R G E O N
Rynning D ru g Bldg
Phone C R 9— 3265
I f N o A nsw er
C all C R 9— 4152
George S. H ara, M.D
Phone Sandy M U 7-3831
Paul Slominski. DMT
Res. Phone CR 9-6510
A. 0 . Ben shoo i
Lik« all ’59 Chevies, this Impala Sport Coupe is new right down to the tougher Tyrex cord tires it rolls on.
11 Howard L. Smith
SH O E S T O R E
One look at this ’59 Chevy tells you
here’s a car with a whole new slant
on driving. You see the transforma
tion in its low-set headlights, the
overhead curve o f its windshield,
the sheen of its M agic-M irror finish
—a new acrylic lacquer that does
away with waxing and polishing
for up to three years.
But to discover all that’s fresh
and fine you must relax in Chevro
let's roomier Body by Fisher (up
Estacada, Oregon, Friday, Dec. 12, 1958
24 hour Service
Phone Prospect 5-9348
CONCRETE BLO CK S
for A ll shapes 8x8x16 “L ite”
Blocks sold at our plant
Only 33c each
Gladstone Block Co.
82nd at Clackamas Bridge
Gladstone. Ph. Ore. Cit- 4300
SAM’S SHOE REPAIR
Doing Business A t Home
Evenings and Saturdays
W ork while you wait.
B y Appointment Only
S. End of Shafford Ave.
Phone C R 9-3979
O B S T E T R IC S &
G YNECO LO GY
Rynning D ru g Bldg-
Phone C R 9— 3265
I f N 0 A nsw er
C all C R 9— 4152
Agent fo r Loyalty G roup i
Franklin National Group
Phose CR. 9-3371
DR. LIO N E L BURTON
PH Y SIC IA N AND
Office Phone CR 93250
If no answei CR 94152
Hours: 8 A M. to 6 P.M.
Monday through Saturday
Far W«4ch Repair
Open 9 to 5 Dally
H. C. SANDERS
Bookkeeping • Accounting
Contractor* Loggers Mills
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