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TH E C LA C K A M A S C O U N T Y NEW S, P A C E 8
Estacada, Oregon, Friday, Jan. 2, 1959
Guests at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. F loyd Day on
were Mr. and Mrs. Duane
and children, Mr. and Mrs.
Conrey and children and
Portland, Mr. and Mrs. Haage of
Portland called in the afternoon
came Mon.the 22nd
Christmas with her family,
By Leila Gordon
! Christmas at the
Santa handed out 48 bags
of were Mr. and Mrs. Jack Duus of
candy and nuts an oranges at the Milwaukie and Louise Douglas of
Grange Christmas party Dec. 23. Estacada.
LO C AL M A N W IN S AD V AN C E
The program was enjoyed by ab
The Dewey Qualls entertained R A T IN G IN N A V Y
out 70. Rena Davis read the pray Mr .and Mrs. Otto Lambert
Glenn A. Chamberlin, aviation j
e r fo r Chirstmas; Letitiia K irk & dinner Christmas and fo r the e v electronics technician third class,
B ill Ray sang Christmas carols; ening meal Mr. and Mrs.
Dean USN, son o f Mrs. Lila Edwards !
Linda Palmateer mixed a friend Qualls and Julene.
o f Estacada, was advanced to the :
ship cake; Blanche Groves had a
Spending the Xmas holidays at present rate Dec. 16 while sen - j
tree trimming contest that
was the Jack Ziets are his parents,Mr ing with Patrol Squadron 49
very close but the little boys won; and Mrs. Hugh Ziets of Port Tow the Naval Station, Bermuda, B.W
Leila Gordon read the Legend of nsend and for Christmas dinner I.
The advancement in rating I
The Christ Child; the group sang his sister and family, the
Bob was result o f com petitive all-Na j
Christmas carols and Stuart Par- (Testers of Eagle Creek and Rox vy written examinations
vin sang a solo.The hall was beau anne Clester and Mr. and
Mrs. ucted last August.
tifully decorated by Peggy Anders Harry Clark o f Eagle Creek
and Belle Duus; old Santa sported Eileen Randall is home from the
a new suit and made a hit with hospital fo r the holidays. She wil OREGON H IG H W A Y T R A F F IC
SHOWS INC REASE IN NOV.,
the youngsters and those not so return to the hospital Jan. 7.Also
Oregon highway traffic increas-j
young. Pot luck was served in the at the George Randalls on Xmas
were her parents the Herman L i ed 4.2 percent during November, \
Garfield Grange H. E. is
to nde’s o f Williams Lake, B. C.
meet with Peggy Anders Jan. 6
Larry Weeks spent Sun at the 1957 according to the State High-
at 7 P.M. Pot luck lunch and we M __
and ' H Xmas
eve way Departent’s monthly
hope all members o f the Grange guests were the Jim Klaetsch fa-1 recorded at 62 locations through-
w ill join us.
milp o f Estacada and the Groves out the state.
Though traffic was down
Homer Anders is home from of Viola.
OSC fo r the holidays.
The Jim Lambs had their dinner Per cen^ at Otter Rock,
The Grange installation team Xmas nite. Present were the Roy north o f Newport, most
had a dinner at the hall Sat. nite Lambs of Camas, Wash; the Glen routes shawed an
fo r the team and their families Danforths o f Oregon City and the crease in the traffic fo r this time
and the members that went with Carl Burkes o f Estacada.
Jim o f year.
The Thanksgiving holiday ac
them to most of the installations. Lamb called from Calif to wish a
counted ofr the maximum daily
35 enjoyed the ham dinner and Happy Holiday season
The Ray Gordons were pleased traffic
were installed and the team won to have their sons Donald
and month with the peaks occuring
2nd place at the judging at the Floyd Wickenkamp call them on on the 26th and 30th
Redland Grange Dec.17.
Sun. from Washington, D. C.
The change in rural highway
The Pete Ballous
w ill disappear
Christmas dinner fo r their fam ily ;from Garifeld soon as Larry Fort- traffic fo r the first 11 months of
this year; 34 attended.
ner w ill dismantle the GOC tow 1959 indicated an increase of 1.1
percent when compared to
A t the Gordons Chritsmas day er.
were Mr. and Mrs. Jhon Wicken The Sylvan Carters and her fa same period in 1957.Urban traffic
kamp and Tami of Beaverton and ther W iley Metcalf had Xmas din showed a 2.9
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph and Dianne ner at their daughters the Louis during the same period.
According to Department figu
o f Portland. They took a trip up Thompsons; another
the Clackamas to
North Fork Virginia Hankins o f Tw in Falls, res, gasoline
creased 5.01 percent during Octo
dam in the PM
Idaho called them to wish them
ber with a composite increase of
Mr. and Mrs. Dick
Sganzini Happy Holidays.
1.04 percent fo r the first 10 mon
are visiting her sister Mrs. Lola
Reimers for a fe w weeks. They
Bill Walls house was gutted by ths of the year.
are from Napa, Cailf.
fire one night last week. The fa
C A L L FOR BIDS
was released mily was away at the tim e
School District No. 108 w ill ac-
Peggy Anders and B elle Duus
from the ¿ospital in Oregon City
the dap alter Christmas, needless visited Gladys Prater at the rest crpt bids fo r Gasoline and fuel oil
requirements for the ensuing year
to say, he s happy to be home.He home.
until 8:00 P.M. January 14, 1959.
doesn’t need crutches. We are all
The Edward Lees entertained Sealed bids may be le ft at the Es
glad to have him up and
and expect him
the next her parents the Paul Christian- tacada Grade School
sens o f Scapoose Xmas and Char- j mailed to P. O. Box 518, Estacada,
Having dinner at the Mike Mas- lotte went home with them until Oregon.
cos in Portland Xmas were her after N ew Years. Ed is much im Publish Dec .26 and Jan. 2
daughter and fam ily the
Jerry proved but stil has to keep
leg from bending.
Mr. and Mrs. Larry Meade and
Ellises; and her sister and hus
1 A very happy N ew Year to all Don Meade spent Christmas eve.
band, the Harold Middletons.
with Mrs. Meade’s son and fam ily,
Pat Duus of Santa Clara, Calif.
L E IL A GORDON
the Ray Colsons o f Orkegon City!
¿£r$ G £r/tcQ m #æ o/
y f \\ e \o j u d taken over
llii-i Texaco l)rali'r<il)i[>.
W <■ sincerely hope to have
the pleasure o f m e etin g
and serving voli soon.
I'm back in business again, to serve you as I have in the past but
in a different line of business.
I've leased the Al Larson Texaco Service at Wade's Corner across
from the Estacada Union High School and as of Friday, Jan. 2, w ill he
open for business to serve you.
Besides cur quality Texaco products we'll feature a standard
to be to save you money and render
the highest quality service.
The w ay to find out about the advantages of doing business with
Buster's Texaco Service is to give us a chance to show you.
Watch for our Grand Opening announcement!
J.C ."Buster" Tunnell
CURRINSVILIÆ MARKET NEWS
Volume No. 1
Guests at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Don Showerman for a week
w ere Mr. and Mrs. Martin Har-
rah of Milton Freewater,
is Don’s mother.
They returned home on Tues
day o f this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Sagner and
son oi Eugene spent from
until Sunday visiting
here. They had Christmas dinner
at the W alter Sagner home.
Estacada, Oregon, Friday, Jan. 2, 1959
Mr. and Mrs. W alter
spent Xmas at Mrs. J. O. Speed s , proud parents of a baby daughter ! Mrs. Don Day from Walla Walla, Mr. and Mrs. Claremont Fallert
and Ilughic attended the Hughes
¡lióme at Sublimity.
the Day ! all of Brookings, Ore., called at
Julie bom Dec.28 in the Portland Wash, is visiting
fam ily reunion dinner
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Guy
Osteapathic Hospital. The baby home this week.
home of Mr. and
K eller in the afternoon on Chrls-
weighed 7 lb. 12 oz.
Hughes in Eugene on Sunday.
Helen Dunn spent Xmas at Sa
I tmas day.
Dr. and Mrs. Chester Rasmus
lem and Albany with her children
sen and children le ft Dec. 26 by
Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Rickey,
Mr. and Mrs. George Bavart,
car fo r N ew York.
Staff Sgt. and Mrs. Don Berg
Mr. and Mrs. John D. Kitching
Guests at the
L. L. Jenkins J e ff and Brad were dinner guests visit relatives on th e' way.
and Helen Dunn were in to visit home on Xmas day were Mr. and at tlhe J. C. Rickey
on Rasmussen w ill return soon and I (A rlen e U tt) and son Duane Jo-
I seph, arrived in N ew Y ork Satur
Clarence Dunn who is under ob Mi's. Harold M. Clow
and five Christmas eve. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Mrs. Rasmussen w ill remain
in day from England, where
servation and treatment at V et children o f Portland. The Clows Rickey o f
N ew Y ork fo r a
month’s visit 1 have been with the
Christmas eve and stayed until
erans Hospital in Portland. Re are cousins o f Mr. Jenkins.
with her parents.
| Force fo r almost three
the evening of Christmas day.
ported doing fine at present.
They drove to
N ew Y ork
arrived at the Elmer Berg home
Mr. and Mrs. George
Mr. and Mrs. Bud Spees
and | in Milwaukie in the afternoon of
Mrs. S. E. Dykes, mother
Mr. and Mrs. Don Day are the
PL U M P and GO LD EN RIPE H A N D S
Mr. and Mrs. Dave
and Mr. and Mrs. James
and two hilren all from Portland
had Chirstmas dinner with Mr.
and Mrs. Arch U tt on Ohristmas
All 2 for 31c Varieties 8 for
All 3 for 59c Varieties 0 for
T h ey visited at
the Arch U tt home Firday even
ing and Saturday. They w ill be
at the U tt home for a amily reun
ion dinner on N ew Years day.
tT T T T T T T T T T T m T T V T T T T T T tT tT T T T T T T tr T T T m iT tn T tfT -
Fresh CRANBERRIES 2 J-lb . pkgs 3 9 c
MS /Whole or Half
lb. 5 9 c
SW IFTS or OREGON CHIEF, Fully Cooked or
ffT V T T T V V V V V fT T T V T T T T T T T T T T T T T T V T T T W T W T V T T T T T T T T V T
2 5 Ib-bog 8 9 c
1 0 lb. bog 3 9 c
TOMATO JUICE 23c ea. 5 for 1 .0 0
46 oz tins
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R A D E GO O D or PREM IUM STEER BEEF
U. S. No. 1 POTATOES
Minced HAM or SAIOMI
BY THE PIECE 45c lb; SLICED 49c lb.
MRS. P A U L ’S FRO ZEN H E A T and SERVE - -
lb. 4 5 c
Frozen Fish Stick Deluxe Dinner pkg.
2 » > p k g .8 9 c ■
V m m v T W T V T v v m w v m w w m v T v m v T m m v m ?
Fillet of RED SNAPPER
lb. 2 9 c
Shurfresh COTTAGE CHEESE
Frozen Buttered FISH STEAKS
Frozen FISH STICKS
pkg. 2 3 *
Frozen Fried ONION RINGS ~pKg i ^ c
Full quart 59c
V t A A A ^ * AA^ ^ A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A . * A 4 a A
Folger's C O F F E E
With Each $5.00 Order of Meats or Groceries.
lb .tin 0 7 c
Prices for Friday & Saturday, Jan. 1 - 2
Currinsville MARKET Estacada, Rt One