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] March 5 at 1 PM there will be a
1 BuhUnger and Tom Burnett
Lou ! Jim please continue the articles
Mr. and Mis. Jim White arriv pattern fitting meeting at
ed from Montana last Sunday to Whites. Anyone interested is in- by Mrs. Buey, the one she had tu
visit yith his mother, Mrs. Fran»; vited. Bring a tape measure,yard- j the paper was good. We were in-
Provla- stick, pins, 2 yards of string,pen- tending to have the Garden Club
Last Saturday afternoon Mrs. White, who is still in
cil and paper. Next meeting at sign a paper Mon. but I forgot to
Earl Wilson gave a party for her encc hospital.
World Fellowship Circle of Ea Florence Lambs. Subject is Low pass it around.----- Leila Gordon.
Sunday School class ol
gills (4th and 5th graders) at the gle Creek Church will meet next Calorie meals. There is to be
By Margaret Rosa
Barton Baptist church. She wan Tuesday at the home of Mrs.Os small charge for your dinner.
Visiting at Gordons Sat. eve. THREE LYNX PTA HEARS
Week end house guests of Mr. assisted by Miss Gerry Kinkade, car Judd at 1:30 P. M.
Another Social night is planned were Mr. and Mrs Bill Christian- TALK ON CHILD'S DISEASE
and Mrs.' Robert Blewett were another junior teacher.
Last Friday eve Mr. and Mrs. for Saturday, March 7 at Eagle sen of Barton and on Sun.
0ne in every 000 children are
hall, beginning dinner Lola Reimers.
Mrs. Ruth C arl Ronnow and daughter Kathy Creek Grange
born with it and even with
i ntertained at dinner in honor ot with pot luck supper at 6::30 P. l Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Qualls had jborn
Keith ami her three children.
T » « k k A H H ,.M o
Vw» Ray | besi C care,
a T P . S survivjal
U r V I V l » ! b bey
e V O ilC l t l l C tt*FI
friends ! Hattie T Hershberger
Officer- of Eagle Creek church Mrs. Ronnow’s birthday. Guests M. AH neighbors and
Gordons to dinner and an even years is rare. The killer? Cystic
at their last meeting considered were Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Potter are invited.
Affecting the infant’s
ing of canasta recently.
two questions of general inter and their daughter Karen.
Floyd Beebe is building some gland system it results in chronic
est. A letter was read from
a Tony Garner.
new' porches. Pete Ballou is the coughing, difficulty in breathing,
On Saturday the Ronnows went
non-resident inquiring about the
pneumonia and small weight gain
possibility of establishing a fund to Forest Grove to attend the an
Mike Ballou has been ill for despite a ravenous appetite.
for the perpetual care of lots in nual Barbershop Ballad Festival.
attend formation about this terrible dis-
By Leila Gordon
sometime and unable to
the loc 1 Forrester Cemetery,and They were accompanied by Mr.
school. He was taken to the Dr. ease was given at the P. T. A.mee-
asking if the
church members and Mrs F.arl Brackett and their
The Garfield Grange If. E. will again Tue. of this week.
ting held in Three Lynx School
Jean Brackett and
would care to undertake such a son Paul.
meet Thursday at 7 P. M.
with . The J. I. Carpenter house was , la*e
While no decis Joanne Burnett, from Portland, Gena Ballou.
The meeting had ; vacant or awhile and some one A* the meeting, conducted by
ion was made in this regard, the Joined them there, along
been postponed from Tus.
stole the butane tanks.
Vice President Mrs. Bob Moody,
church officers would
like to Kenny Ronnow and some of his
The Garifeld Home Extension
Hattie Hershberger and
her P*ans " ere discussed for the fun
hear expressions of opinion from friends from Pac. Univ.
met with Judy Burke Wed. Feb. sister Lida Noccni had dinner at n'ebf tr> bp held on Feb.27 and
other owners of lots in this cem
Mrs Ed Johnson last
Friday 25 and she and
at- then a movle about Cystic Fikrosis
etery and any other interested entertained her sister. Mrs. Oscar had the program and gave a good the Ray Gordons Mon. and
j tended Garden Club.
, "’as shown and a question and i ns-
Judd and Grace Baisdell at lunch demonstration of hair care and
Spring has finally hit Garfield-
Plans were completed to invite eon. On Saturday, her birthday, 3 tyling, the officers were absent the robins and meadowlarks came
Because Cystic Fikrosis is as
The Bishop’s Company, a relig she was har pily surprised by the for the business meeting and Syl about two weeks ago and
known and as prevalent as it
ious theatrical group of national visit of quite a number of neigh via Laughlin was acting Chmn. Carter place across the road
is | *s ’ societies and
Jane alive with little lambs bouncing | would b? doing a service to the
fame to present a play in Eagle bors. On Sunday the Johnsons and Leila Gordon as sec.
Creek church on Friday evening, entertained at dinner Ed's broth- Abbott had the quickie program
all over the place and to top it community and the little afflict
April 10. Two other churches In erin law and sister Mr. and Mrs. and demonstrated place
ed ones, if information about C.
this area have tentatively agreed Pinet and the latter’s granddau for Easter and St. Patrick’s day. off Bill Tucker started spreading F. could be more rapidly distrib
to co-sponsor this program.More ghter all of Portland.
Other She also gave the health report,
Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Anderson uted. The C. F. foundation will
details will be announced later. Sunday visitors were the John talking on epilepsy and re curing
Gena Ballou visited the Port- be more than glad to send a rep-
A baby shower was given last son’s son Don and his family
sties and said the most cause of land Art Museum on Sun. to view cesentative to the societies’ meet-
Friday at the home of Mrs. Harry
Last Saturday Florence Clontn- backache is the need for calcium the Vincent Van Gogh exhibit.
The film shown in color Is
Clark in honor of Mrs.
Vernel ger went to Corvallis with
her and protein.
well done and yoth seeing. The
DePlois (the former Jacqueline brother C. C. Davis after hearing
Margaret Elkins the treas. was
Eileen Randall is so much im Cystic Fibrosis Focndation is at
Castile) of Portland. Co-hostess that a young nephew Jerry Davis reported ill.
The exhibit work proved she started baok to school 2747 N. W. Cornell Road, Port
was Mrs. Vernon Castile.
Mrs. had been hurt in a bicycle . acci shop will be Feb. 27 at Clackamas recently. She attends part
DePlois brought her smaD baby dent.
at 10:30 with a sack lunch at noon until her strength returns. She is
girl with her for the guests
Achievement day will be April George Randall’s daeghter.
A week end guest of Gerald
MURPHY TO ADDRESS
ine Wyatt was her girl friend Ma 29 at the Dodge Community hall
The Wm. Bogans have returned FARM LOAN MEETING
3:30 P. M..
lives near from 10:30 A M. to
Mabel (Mrs. Bob) Cluster re rlene Jaones, who
George T. Murphy of Portland,
ceived a phone call last Monday, Dodge Park in the former nelgn- More about that later. Each club to treir home, the former Hersh-
plate berger farm. He has been working ! who has been associated
March 2.from Geneva, New York. borhood of the Wyatts. On Sun is to make their
to cards. It was suggested to make in southern Oregon and in Wash. \ years w ith agriculture and coop-
Her son Norman announced hap day the Wyatt family drove
pily that his wife
(the former Lebanon to celebrate the birth either bonnets or covered wagon»
Elma Jean Shoup) had just given day o Mr.Norman Wyatt’s mother to carry out the Centennial theme. and11LeBaQGordon00kto en e
m eetifgT f
Two local students at Oregon Had a program planning meet friends last week Thev w eri 7 . the Farmers National Farm Loan
birth to their first child, a 7 lb.
home ing and many interesting subjects
12oz. baby boy. Thisis Mrs. Cles- State College who were
for week end visits were Janice were sent in for consideration.On Mrs. Elmer Timm.
ter’s 4th grandchild.
will preceed the meeting.
CLACKAMAS COUNTY NEWS, PAGE 8
F tacada Oregon,Friday, March 6, 1959
'News' Want Ads Bring Good Results
40 Years Of International Flight
O n F e b ru a ry 8 , 1919, e leven passengers
boarded a Farman “ G o liath" for the first com
mercial international fliqht — a 2'/,-hour
run from Paris to London. They sat on
wicker chairs and ate sand
wiches and cookies aboard this
b i-w in g e d , m u lti-
Bold French aviators M e r-
moz, Gimie and Dabry
made the first commercial
Atlantic crossing on M a y
12, 1930. Captain Dabry
later accomplished morn
th an 5 8 0 tra n s -o c e a n lc
flights for A ir France.
A ir. F ra n ce , w h ich p io
neered the first commer
cial international flight 4 0
years ago, presently fea-
fures Caravelle jets that** *
J j, .
cruise at 4 7 0 mph and
range 1500 miles. Boeing
' fc*«. x >
7 07 's are next for fhe
progressive airline, bring
ing tra n s -o ce a n ic hops
thaf allow you to have
lunch in Paris and din
ner in N ew York.
CURRINSVILLE M ARKS!" N EW S
Volume No. 1
Kstacada Oregon,Friday, March 6, 1959
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Sirpless 01
Mrs. Ina Johnson
Kathy Barr, daughter of
Among the many people who
and Mrs. Joe Barr, broke a bone Faraday entertained Mr. and Mrs. visited her daughter, Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. John Anderson of CODY GETS HONORABLE
met at the home
or have been ill with the flu tn* past Portland were guests at the home MENTION ON COWAKA
in her foot while running at the Earl Sirpless of Portland with a Haines and family over the week Mrs. wship
on Tuesday week are Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Doo of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Ahnert on
Estacada school Friday, Feb.20. birthday dinner on Sunday, hon end.
ley and Mrs. Fred Bartholomew. Sunday. Mrs. Anderson is a sister ALL LEAGUE TEAM
oring Earl’s birthday.
Robin Cody of
of Mr. Ahnert.
The best way to make a
honorable mention on
Mr. and Mrs. Von Gray attend
tune is to work at it and
Melvin Haines celebrated
Last Sunday dinner guests at the spent the last two weeks vacation-
when you're real young.
Tip to motorists: The man who
: 12th birthday on Saturday witn
home of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Har-jng at Death Valley, Calif.
On travels at excessive rates sets the
a party for 8 of his friends.Those
bert were Mr.and Mrs. Harry Hai-the way home they stopped
at pace that exterminates.
Mrs. Larry Meade attending yere Kenney Krieger,
March came in like a lamb.Get
bert of Eugene, Mr. and Mrs. Les-Porterville to visit Mr. and Mrs.
visted Mrs. Meade’s
orother-in- Susan and Nancy Kiggins, Mike
Mrs. L D . Haughton was caned lie Peterson of Portland, Mr. and Bud Bartholomew and also stop-
your boots on boys. It will prob
Are you a subscriber to this
law, Wm. Giles last Sunday;
he Chamberlain, Cathy Armstrong, to Coos Bay early Monday morn
familyped at Mt. Shasta to do some ski- paper. If not we would welcome ably go out like a lion,
being critically ill in the Oregon Jerry and Christie Wallace
and ing because of the death of her Mrs. Cecil Harbest and
and Mr. and Mrs. Duane Day of ing. They had a wonderful time you to our great family of read man says.
1 Jackie Horner .
and acquired a nice sun burn.
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