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| home in Portland.
Administrator of the Estate of found. They estimated its worth with a flashlight and found no
Paul Lee and a friend Gary Lai.- Glen R. Fuqua, deceased.
at $200,000 then.
They went animal, not even a mouse.
nig of Kedland wcnt t0 Klamath HIBBARD, JACOBS and CALD back the next day to stake out
their claims and couldn’t find it
The Bontragers and Millers fr'“118 last Thursday and spent two
and nobody else has to this day.
went to Portland Monday for the ^aFs on G*e campus of Oregon Attorneys for Administrator,
S. T. Powell celebrated his 80tn
Cap uses the same old deck of birthday recently and we were
funeral of Bert Jennings Sr. at Technology Institute. They both 210 Masonic Bldg.
cards on each trip. Three kings going to wish that he might Uve
the Little Chapel of the Chimes, *‘ked it fine and believe it is the
Publish issues of March 13,20, 27, and two pair are marked. When for 80 years more and then han-
Mr. Jennings was a former resi- college of their choice,
the pot gets rich enough he deals pened to think that 160 is too o<U
dent of Porter, moving to Calif.
Marsha Lee has the splints off and April 3, 1959.
about ten years ago.
her finger now and Charlotte has
the three kings to the other fel lor anybody to really enjoy life.
low and two pair to himself.Then Think of Brother Powell going to
Patsy Vewter paid a surprise the mumps,
the listeners always hurry to ask a Grange dance to celebrate bis
visit at the home of her parents
David and Larry Wickersham
the Fred Wickershams. She came'
nave had the Asiatic flu but
"But two pair din’t beat three 160th birthday. S. T. has had
kings.” “Oh yes it does” old the good fortune to have lived in
out Sunday and stayed until Tues- are k3®* m school now.
Cap shouts. “My pair are ail the best section of the earth for
eights.” But he does buy a new the past 35 years; that is a great
Bontragers were Sunday dinner
deck of cards every year. blessing in itself. Just to show
guests at the Abraham Millers. NOTICE OF FINAL ACCOUNT
“When I get lost I sit doyn and that it is, one of his neighbors
Edwin spent the rest of the after-1 NOTICE is hereby given that
play solitaire. drove several
the undersigned has filed his Fi Now playing at the Broadway commence to
Wednesday eve Mr. and Mrs. nal Account in the Matter of the Theatre TORPEDO RUN starring Somebody comes along shortly to south and at a filling station said
watch the game and I find out to the attendant “Think you will
Robert Swan and daughters Diana Estate of Glen R. Fuqua, deceas
and Roberta were supper guests ed, in the Circuit Court of the in a thrill packed story of the where I am.”
get rain soon?” And the man re
at the Wickershams. The Don Mc- State of Oregon for the County commanding officer of a World
plied “Hope so, but not for my
Vickers of the George district vis of Clackamas, Probate Depart War II submarine.He orders de Out in a rural school near Es self but for the kids.
ited at the Wickershams Monday ment, and said Court has set 10:00 struction of an enemy transport
o'clock A. M. on the 13th day ol standing between him and a tacada, wheih are getting scarcer
every eyear the teach-
_ and scacer
Mrs. Stephens Beals is teaching April, 1959, as the time for hear mighty Jap aircraft carrier af.
The marriage rate is still going
at Porter school again for three or ing objections to the said Final though the transport carries a ®r sa^ to the class: “If one and
four days for Mrs. Girod.
Account and the settlement there full load of American perlsoners ono n13*1® two anf5 two and two up according to one of the na
including his own wife and child.1 make four, how much docs four tion’s leading staticians which
The Edward Lee family had of.
The action is superb with muen an(* tour make?
“That s not yould seem to indicate that this
Sunday dinner at the Lloyd Rice R. A. CLAYVTLLE,
underwater batUe filmed in cin- i fajr teacher” several of the class country is still the home of the
emascope and color. Second fea- -said- “You answer the easy ones brave.
ture a yood western with Charles yourself and leave the hard ones Welcome home Louise, we have
Bronson as a bounty hunting U. to us.”
In the same school a missed you a lot.
S. Marshall in THE SHOWDOWN question in the examination read: doing but you wasn’t on the spot.
Years of Saving Oregon AT BOOTHILL. A super west- “How maF one attain a good pos-
em thriller with a surprise end- j ture?” and one boy wrote or
Property Owners Premium ing.
Grandma was telling at Grange
1 '*«1 answer “Keep the cows of it and
recently about hearing a
Starts Sunday through Tues let it grow awhile.”
talking to his dad.
day—THE KEY a cinemascope
suspense picture starring Wm. The conundrum fellow was Grandpa spank yol when you
Holden, Sophia Loren and Trev around again asking “if I get sick were a little boy?” “Did great
Holden faces the from eating apples what would Grandpa spank you when you
dangers of war daily with his my phone number be?” Recently was a little boy?” “Yes.” “Daa-
“A FARM MUTUAL SERVING OREGON PBOPLHT
sea going tug but finds rest and some if the phone lines were dy don’t you think with my help
relaxation in the apartment of down and other had some troub you could overcoue the family
This is the same
locely Miss Lorn—whw does he le but if everything is in tip top tradition?”
give the KEY to another man?A working condition again boldy boy that got hit by a bumblebee
on his nose His father said his
step into the booth and ask for nose looked like a potato and his
Rte. 1, Box 153, Estacada, CR 9-5171 Sat. & Sun. true suspense story.
Disney s 812 Green.
Week Days, 14633 McLoughlin
Milwaukie WHITE WILDEHNESS plus
mother thought it more like a
tomato. His father sharply re
Week Days Call Collect OL 4-2950
An Estacada man has a great J minded the boy: ‘"I hope you
Only two more Saturdays Free
Kiddie Matinees. This week Jun way of reducing the high cost of take it from me that' whenver you
gle Man Hunt’ with a Three living which might be told in ev see a bumblebee just let that
Stooge comedy and two cartoons ery town in the U.S.A. Every bumblebee!
also Chapter 14 o Captain Video. day he says to his wife: ‘If you
take the car out and see that you
Some of the
are going to have a collision and members are telling about the
have to drive off the road, look woman who was very fond of flo
around carefully and hit the wers. especially salvia. She was
cheapest thing you can see.”
telling a neighbor who called at
the home. “On this side of the
walk T want to nut out some seli-
An Estacada boy was consider vas What would you sugges* w
ably scratched up when as he the ofhrr side'” “From what |
says “I got between the two ends you say it would be splendid idea 1
of a cat that wanted to fight. ’ to put some nlittoonas fhere”r°
Years ago another boy living in plied the neighbor.
By C. T. E.
the same vicinity went out into
‘Old Cap’ is geting ready to ’he alley to pet a new cat. As the
sake his annual trip up tile hoy said: ‘it squirted stink water It was a mighty Air-' ide- w.V-
Clackamas River. During the rest all over me.” It took his moth Mrs Foul D;.rrow conei : ’ d
of the year he holes up in Port er most of the day to restore him keen on having birthdays. Tf
He goes up every year rcspectablity. The animal ran uii could keep from remem!: Tin
k . . ... li':
_ _ a _ lost
gold mine that ,ier the Christian Church. The which one it was. it wou’d male
i* that much more glorious Som-
lie says he and Abe Ames once next day John Surfus came along women
can put it over. For So
vrors they have said they wera
on voars old and that’s what it
" ill bo rain or sbine. Then there
is this great advantage in remrm-
b»ring when your birthday cornea
Neighbors M e the Keeths will
find it out and have you over to
thrir bouse Not many women can
boat Mrs. Kecth at cooking.
Submarine Fil m
Butteville Insurance Co.
Spring Lawn Mower
Clackamas County News
Estacada, Oregon, Friday, March 13, 1959
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V F W Centennial Dance Personalities
W s Person & That
21 inch Savage ROTARY MOWERS
Regular 114 .5 0 , Special 8 9 -5 0
The Great Consolidation Plan
ta’ked about in various parts o*
the enMn’ry is just this: Estacada
would bo ennexed to Portand
Portland to Los Angeles: Los An-
gr’os to Chicago and Chicago to
New York Everybody in Esta
cada is opposed to it.
would rather go to the city haV
and cuss the city council than to
have to go to New York City to
or your money back •
Chace & Sanîiom - liait <£ *
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For Your Lenten Meals -
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P E A S 1 0 o z .p k .3 fo r
Taste It, It's Good!
BE THE JUDGE!
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YOUR SOCIAL SECURITY
By Elizabeth Wiley
Question: I have been an or
dained minister for a number of
years but did not wish social se
curity coverage when it was first 1
available. Is it too late to ob-
i tain coverage now?
Answer: Recent changes in the
i law give ministers until April 15,
j 1959 to obtain social seucrity cov
erage. Such coverage will pe com
pulsorily effective for 1956 and
I all succeeding years.
Question: In May, 1957, I filer
a waiver certificate to reques
| social security coverage earlier
Can I obtain credit for any earlier
Answer: You can obtain cover
age for the year 1956 if you ac
without delay. Yoc must file :
new waiver certificate befov,
April 15. 1959 and mark it ‘Sup
Question: I am a Chirstian Sci
ence praetioner. and I filed self
employment social security re-
j ports for each year starting witv
| my tax return for 1955. I did
not know about filing a waive
i certificate. Will I lose my socia’
security for those years?
Answer: You should file a waiv
or certificate with the Dlrectoi
of Internal Revenue immediately.
Because you filed a timely return
for 1955. you will probably be ab
le to obtain credit for that year
The waiver certificate will cover
you on a compulsory basis for
1956 and all following years in
which you have net earnings of
$400 or more, any part of whicn
is derived from the exercise of
Mr. and Mrs. Ted Rigging are shown in their
Free copies of the bookie* arp
I available upon request. You may prize-winning costues at the V.F.W Cenntennial
* get your copy by visiting or writ- hop held a few weeks ago. The lower picture is of
1 iny to the social security office
located at 925 S. W. Fourth Ave. the niece and nephew of miciscian Bixby who furn
I Ask for leaflet 21.
ished the dance music, Johnny and Carol Schwab.