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About Clackamas County news. (Estacada, Or.) 1928-1957 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 25, 1955)
The Well-Child Clinic for De
cember falls on the first day
of the month at the Primary
addition of Estacada Element
ary. Dr. H Stolte and his staff
assisted by our local PTA
Health Committee will be
here from 9:30 a.m. to 11:30.
This service is free for any
child from infancy to five
Clackamas County News, Friday, Nov. 25,1955
$2.00 Per Year, Single Copy Five Cents
year olds. Call Mrs. John
Marshal). Estacada 77-32 for
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North Fork Headworks Failure
North Fork Head Works Failure Brings
Are you interested in the Es
tacada High School curricu
Emergency W ater Measures To City
lum? Parents will have the
opportunity of a friendly dis
The city of Estacada and
cussion of the courses offered
community found itself with
by our local high school at a
a fast dwindling water supply
meeting on Thursday. Dec. 1st
Sunday morning At the last
at 8:00 p.m. in the cafeteria
at the reservoir Satur
room. PTA high school chair
man, Mrs. Charles Coxe of
Springwater, states that this
meeting should be of especial
interest to parents of eighth
ing in water pressure. Glen
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Ebert was notified and im
Clackamas County Council of
the State Employment Service mediately checked the reser
the PTA meets on Wednes
will re-urtivate its itinerant voir finding it empty with no
day, Dec. 7th at East Lane
service to handle Unemploy water running from the North
School in Oregon City. The
ment Insurance claims at Mo Fork line.
session starts at 9:30 a.m. and
lalla, Estacada and Sandy The auxiliary lines which
closes with lunch at 1:00 p.m.
starting November 3«, it was had been shut off were im
These meetings are highly in
: reported yesterday by Ted mediately t u r ned on. But
formative and constructive,
1 Huff, Manager. The service knowing this was not suffi
and provide interesting ma
will be maintained at the fire cient to carrv the needs of
terial to assist those working
hall next to the city hall in the town. Mr. Ebert set about
with our local PTA units. Cars
Molalla every Wednesday be to supplement by drawing
Duty For Fire Dept. Pampers
will leave Estacada Element
ginning November 30; the city from Stubbe creek at the north
ary school at 8:45 a.m. You
, hall at Estacada every Thurs- edge of town.
arc welcome. * * *
j day beginning December 1; Because this new source of
| and the city hall at Sandy ev- water was not chlorinated it
This is a 'Thank You’ to the
| ery Friday beginning Decem- was necessary to warn all
following high school students
j ber 2. The hours at all three water users to boil their water
who provided nursery care
| offices will be 10:00 a.m. to for the next two days. Mem
for the youngsters whose
bers of the Volunteer Fire
mothers attended Nov. 10th
Dept, answered to the call and
PTA- Donna Wood, Arlene
took over the task of notify
Coffield, and Beverly Churn-
all water users of the sit
the outlying areas and also to uation.
help maintain the economic The people of the commun
PARENTS— Do you want to
of those communities ity owe a great note of thanks
give support to one of the
claimants will cash and confidence to our local
finest organizations in the
with local mer Fire Department for their as
world today? Read the OB
chants. The city councils of sistance in our emergency. The
JECTS of the PTA listed be
Molalla. Estacada and Sandy equipment of the city Fire
low and see if you don’t sin
are to be commended for their Dept, and the Currinsville-
cerely want to join in this
fine cooperation in furnishing Cazadero Fire District were
space for this service, Huff used to draft water and pump
To PROMOTE the welfare of
it into the water distribution
children and youth in home, j
system. The men of the de
school, church, and com - 1
partment manned and super,
Mr. and Mrs. Don Day. Su- I vised
the pumping operations
To RAISE the standards of! The Currinsville Cazadero hour shift managed to pump G l e n n Ebert, Clarence j draulie hoist, the replacement ! san and Donna ar.d Don’s for
better than 12 hours.
RFPD and the Estacada Fire ; enough water into the water Smith. John Marshall and of the broken line would have
the work party went
To SECURE adequate la w s! Dept, pumpers were called in system and reservoir to meet Glen
their Thanksgiving din. to When
Hartwig were able to re- taken considerably more time have
the headworks to start a
for the care and protection to service at 6:00 AM Sunday the local demand. Water usage pair the
break at the head- ! and man power,
of the North Fork pipe
of children and youth.
family, the Earl Rhotens at check
morning to replace Estacada’s i without reservoir needs were works by 5:00 PM. The City
To BRING into closer relation depleted wate: supply. The estimated at 300.000 gallons digger comes in for its share j
I Aurora. On Friday, the Days j take pipe:; discovered
the home and the school. I two pumpers, working a 12- * Sunday.
will go to Winston (near out of the stream. It washed
of glory, for without the hy-
that parents and teachers
Roseburg) for a family gath- great relief to the party to find
may cooperate intelligently
j ering over the weekend at the the trouble here. They were
in the training of the child. Parking Meters
j home of Mr. and Mrs. Ken fearful that the trouble was
To DEVELOP between educa
neth Day and family. Also to at the slide area.
tors. and the general public
be present w ill be Mr. and it might i>e noted here tin
such united efforts as will [ Exit at Newport
j Mrs. Phil Smith of Oakland. work
is progressing at
secure tor every child the NEWPORT,' Nov. 14.— Aft
^ C a lif She Is’ a Stjrtet- to Don Clackamas* River Wafer W T
highest advantages in physi- | er 10 years the city of Toledo Services 9:00 AM fered last Wednesday. Nov.
t and Ken and a daughter of ject. but it is still too early to
cal, mental, social, and spir- I has
Mrs. Eleanor Day.
give a completion date.
remove parking meters. Ac I ation has planned a union ser- area who have shared such Dec. 1 Is Deadlir'
to William Papez, city
to be held on the morn grave concern over the future December 1 is the deadline M t. Hood Plywood Members Vote To
December 8th PTA meeting cording
councilman, the meters are I vice
Thanksgiving Day for marketing prospects for their for ordering Christmas CARE
will be at 8:00 p.m. at the high driving
out of town I the people
the Estacada crop. At a special meeting packages in time for holiday
school. Add your name to our to nearby business
Newport which has area. It will of
at the As called by Springwater Grange delivery which can be desig Go Ahead With Peeler Plant
no parking meters. Also, the sembly of God Church
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from local seed growers- and seed- nated to relatives and friends The first annual meeting of held in accordance with the
main street is narrow 9 to 10 a.m. with a number
mill operators gathered to dis
Chairman Mrs. C. E. Wester- city’s
it is announced by the Mt. Hood Hardboard and by-laws, and James Snyder,
removal of the meters will i local ministers participating. of cuss the possibilities of form overseas,
berg announces the following and
the Northwest CARE Office in Plywood Cooperative w a s Ralph Woods and Albert Stain
lists of PTA members who diagonal to parallel parking. The Oregon State Highway for the purpose of marketing Seattle.
held on Sunday, November
re-elected to the board
completed the recent School Members of the city council Dept, has made an agreement turf-grass seed. The meeting CARE has readv lor distri 20th, being attended by some were
Considerable pressure was
brought to bear on individual
expressed majority ap approving the installation of was called as a result of a
Dodge: Mrs. Wm. Wagner, have
and a variety of other Elmer Hines, the new board board members to start court
proval of the removal and the a flashing beacon at the inter Grange report bv Homer New food
Mrs. Howard Beguelin
president. was chairman of action immediately against the
attorney is preparing doc section of George road and ell, chairman on seed-mar blankets and children’s books the
Viola: Mrs. Ed Hodgekiss, city
meeting. Roy Tucker, en promoters. Such action would
uments to present the motion Main street, commonly known keting of the agriculture com suitable
Mrs. Gene Lindberg.
for Christmas giving gineer, gave a good report on be instituted to recover m is
as Wade’s Corner.
mittee of Springwater Grange. This Christmas.
Springwater: Mrs. Wm. formally.
$10 or $6.95 , progress to date in view of appropriated co-op funds.
Enthusiastic support was giv food packages may
Tucker. Mrs. Howard Sanders.
be sent to proposed construction. Robert A vote of confidence was
iReagen Hill: Mrs. Homer Rod & Gun Club To Present
specific individuals or fam i. Kerr, the Co-op's attorney, given the board of director*,
Brown. Mrs. Jack Broadhurst.
in Berlin, Italy, Yugo was introduced and gave the with only four dissenting ouf
posal, as presented by Newell. lies
South Estacada: Mrs. Guy
slavia and Greece, with a $10 membership information on of all those present, in favor
package for Finland. In the legal aspects of certain of the board negotiating a
Conservation Books To Grade School cussion. an open meeting will food
Park: Mrs. Ray Curry, Mrs. The meeting of the Estacada
the Asian area, the designated parts of the present by-laws, construction agreement im
parcels may be sent to India the status of the board of di mediately for a peeler plant.
Rod & Gun Club was held
at 8 PM, at Springw. ter or Pakistan.
Estacada: Mrs. Lester Un Thursday,
rectors, and the rights of in Weather permitting, the start
Grange hall, at which time
derwood. Mrs. Howard Smith, the Legion Hall. President
members. Mr. Milkes, of the building of the plant
growers of lawn-grass seed of ful. Among those who will be accountant,
Mrs. Richard Burke. Mrs. John Frank Marshall presided with
presented a bal should be within three weeks,
both Clackamas and Marion present to take part in the ance sheet showing
Groves. Mrs. Arthur York.
assets and and completion, ready for pro
counties are invited to review Nov. 28 meeting will be repre liabilities as of October
Currinsville: Mrs. Robert present.
1 duction, on or before May 1.
this proposal. A letter of invi sentatives of the marketing Election of directors 31st.
Heiple. Mrs. Ted Kiggins.
The 1955 Christmas seals tation
is being sent to the ag- I division of the U.S Dept, of
Garfield: Mrs. Art Young- Oregon Fish Commission dis which have been mailed to
Mrs Fred Campanella and
berg. Mrs Carl Westerberg, cussed
the matter of responsi county this year symbolize Granges within these two the various problems of seed *aar of the Eagle Creek Ladies children
of Estacada were oc-
Mrs. Ted Dernovek
George: Mrs Ed White, Mrs. tective facilities at the Clack health and happiness through counties, as a means of in- j production and marketing. Al Aid which wa: postponed cupants of a car in an auto ac-
all interested grow- so present will tie a represent from Nov. 18. will be held on eident on the Boring road
the design of a little boy forming
in these areas. It is felt by ative of the 1st National Bank the evening of Dee. 3, at thr this week. Mrs. Campanella
Douglas Ridge: Mrs. James amas
against the blue winter sky ers
a large rep- ! who w ill discuss the business Eagle Creek Grange hall. and children were uninjured
tion of SI5.00 to the Estacada and a little girl against a the Grange that
is necessary for angles of such a proposition. Serving will be from 5:30 to but their car was rather badly
Community Christmas Fund. background of apple green. resentation
The members moved that a For 49 years Americans such a venture to be success-
4-H Club News
set of ten “True to Life” have been using Christmas
to symbolize their con
The November lOih meeting * stories on conservation be pre seals
Job's Daugters Initiate
Jo Letha Rickey
tributions toward the eradica
of the “Sew and Sews”' 4-H sented to the Estacada Grade tion
Club 'as held at the home of
has been a future for all chil
Mrs. Cecil Taylor, the leader. The Club passed two reso dren
free from the tragedies
During the short business lutions:
they have seen caused by the
m eetirg roll was called and Resolution No 1. is an ob disease.
Jean Simpson, the ar
other c’.:b business was taken jection to the appointment by tist for this
year’s seal, has
Secretary of the Interior. Mr.
to express this aim by
The club voted to fine each Douglas McKay, of Mr. Wes tried
picturing children “healthy,
member a nickle for each ar ley D’Ewart to the Depart secure,
with joy and
ticle that member forgets to ment of Interior. Mr. D’Ewart. eager to bursting
with others the
bring to the meeting such as while in congress, introduced gifts thev share
carry.” she said.
legislation which would have
thread, needles, scissors, etc been
detrimental to Conserva Christmas seals were mailed
Many' fines were collected by j
by the Clackamas County
Judy EcLrslev, the secretary, | tion Resolution
No. 2. concerns Tuberculosis and Health as
at this meeting.
of state jurisdic sociation which at present is
It has been decided by the the question
over non-navigable wat observing its 35th year Con
club members that money tion
from the sale of
collected from dues and fines ers.New members: Miss Bernice tributions
have been its only source
will he used for parties or Adams. Henry Boyer and Wal. seals
of income through the years
whate. .• the club as a whole ter Sagner.
The seals were produced by
wishes a use it fcr.
’ Cl ib’s next meeting the National Tuberculosis a s
Kar.r Befentzen WM ap Th Chr*
tmas party will be ociatior which was organized
pointed t a?', as he .tecs at the rnd
December 22. The President in 1904. The county TB associ
appointed a party committee ation. located in the U S. Na
Following the b u s i ness con.
isting of Mr. and Mrs. tional hank building. Oregon
meeting the girls began work John
Marshall, Mrs. Frank City, is one of the 3000 affili
on their first project, a head Mar hall.
Tom Carter ate associations of the NTA
scarf These scarfs may be any Ted Saling Mrs.
Bill Christian said .M rs. J. E. BUnkhnr:
color the club member chooses sen and Mrs. and Ernest
and they may be of plain or Herb Fifer projected Bancroft
printed cotten material.
Mr Rosn Perry of Estacada
film. King Chi
For Christmas wo are think cellent color
Refreshments were is home again after being hos-
ing about making stuffed ani nook".
serv'd bv Ted Saling and Bill nitalized for a coup*e ef week-;
mals. however this has not Christiansen.
at Providence Hospital in
definitely been decided upon
Alice E. Carter, Sec
Karen Swanson, reporter i