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Clackamas County News
Friday, January 13, 1956
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* DODGE V-8
en that nam e by a surveyor
who lost three links out of
his surveyor’s chain, or by
one of the Austins family,
settlers nearby, because he
saw three bobcats on
its ( h
Viola was said to have been
named by Mrs.Viola O. H ard
^ FSTACADA . O P F S O N
ing, pioneer. The postoffice
was established as Clear
Creek in 1867 and changed to i
Viola in 1876.
Wed., Thur., Fri., Sat. Jan. 11-12-13-14-15
Zion postoffice was estab
lished on the outskirts of Es-
PACKfD WITH HKY. . . (XCITUUKT .
tacada in 1876 and later tak
en over by C urrinsville.
It has popped out here
abouts that Pop W ilbur Wade
from the Popcorn school lo
cated in the Waldo nuis
northw est of Salem.
Pop’ w ill be asked by m any
to tell w here the Popcorn
came from. Years back pupils
of the school locked the tea-
i cher in the schoolhouse and
w ent home.
The teacher DENNIS O'KEEFE in LOS VEGAS SHAKEDOWN
proceeded to pop a large
j quantity of popcorn A pu-
Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, January 15-16-17 . .
1 pil spying to see w hat the
teacher was doing smelled
! the popocorn, notified his
schoolm ates and they all re
turned and had a popcorn
feast and loved the teacher
once again. From this inci
M O R E N EV ER
dent it is alleged that the
school got its name, altho it
has been proven by a good
authority th a t there w asn’t
any popcorn in the schooi-
DIANA LY N F n i NA FOCH
house at the tim e the teacher
w as locked in. One can see
NEWS FROM SPRINGWATER
Pop W ade has a difficult
the th a t on
Top w inner in last w eek’s car trouble enroute to
his hands to explain
local talent show, Stan coast w hich
D ym tryk, gave a fine
per their com pleting the trip by and get aw ay with.
Wed. Thurs. Fri. Saat. January 18-19-20-21
form ance at the Oregon City bus.
The old tim er says tnat
sem i-finals last
Thursday. On Sunday the Springw at- about
Stan drove to Oregon City d i er church congregation held living in the gulley east or
Greater Than “ IV ANH O E” And Twice As Thrilling!
rectly from Forest Grove,hav- a pot luck dinner and annual here
w ent to a doctor’s office
------ -- a -c» ammt, Sit WAAT« SCOTTS
ing returned to hlis studies at m eeting at the G range hall, and said,
Pacific Univ. following the ( following the regular church has got a hitch in her jaw
M onday show. His m other, service. Am ong guest visitors
and can’t open her
M rs Ed D ym tryk, and grand w ere Mr. Algot Holmes, of bone
outh. If yaur are out our
m other Mrs. Sam D ym tryk. Mulino, and Mr. and Mrs. m w ay
a w eek or tw o
attended the sem i-finals as Lyle Palterson of M ilwaukie. m ight in come
obert T aylor
ke m i r m u m
did your Springw ater report Sunday evening vistors at thing can be done for her.”
the H arold H orner home
Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Er w ere their daughter and son- An Estacada business man
ickson m ade an interesting i in-law, M r. and Mrs. Cy Ev- says th at if business and ex
week end trip to LaG rande, I on and fam ily of O regoni-uy. pansion continue to increase,
traveling from Portland on a
Sunday afternoon visitors somebody will pitch a tent
CAU HED “HALFBREED” AID HU HELL BREAKS LOO!
special bus in company w ith [ at the Elw in Shibley hom e over
a num ber of fellow
Legion | w ere Mr. and Mrs. W ayne
the vacant lot and start a
and A uxiliary m emebrs. The ! Fry of Portland, who had on
occasion was a testim onial come to see the new baby
dinner in honor of W. E. Wil- | nephew. Jean ’s m other, Mrs H ere is a story Ed. Linn
ins of LaG rande, vice-corn- | McCloskey, is returning this
to tell custom ers:
m ander of the W estern Divis- week to her hom e in P o rt used
good friend of his from Eagle
ion of the 40 and 8. They re- I land, after helping w ith ba- Creek,
young m arried man,
port a beautiful trip through | by-tending for the past two told him a one
day. T here’s a
the snow in the Blue Mts.
all things— I don t
Mr. and M rs Ted Rehbein I Springw ater Grange holds m lim ind it to w ashing
M o l l MTHCC0UM
the dishes, I
spent a fine week end visit its first m onthly m eeting of
m ind feeding the cat
ing in Oceanlake, despite 1956 next Saturday, Jan 14 don’t
and I don’t m ind m ending my
She reported frosty w eather
This PERSON AND THAT | own clothes, but I ’ll be durn- Garfield Notes
The Youth Com m ittee » of
GUY KELLERS BACK Russ
(Continued from Page 1) j ed if I’ll w ear pink ribbons G arfield
C reek was nam ed for | on m y nightshirt just to fool Elm er Davis, a m em ber oi G arfield G range gave a pany
Hiram R. Wilcox of Estacada the baby.” A nurse butted in Garfield G range for alm ost Saturday night for the youth
FROM TRIP EAST
departm ent, and said th at the same fellow 50 years, is ill at Holladay of the grange and the install
Mr. and Mrs. Guy K eller who the was forestry
ation team . They played
and wiue came hurrledlyl into the hos Hospital in Portland.
and Jim returned hom e from as Russ.
cards, bingo and had a num
pital and asked, “Have I had
I their holiday trip last week. Sandy was nam ed for the j my baby yet?”
Those on sky w atch f or ber of square dances. L unca
They left Portland by dir on river near by, part of it was
G arfield G range
Monday was served and also enjoyed
Decem ber 21. In D etroit they once called Revenue. Its post- This departm
night w ere Norm a Lee, E d was a 4 lb box of candy sent
picked up a new ranch w ag
was established in any w ith others interested in w ard Lee and P ricilla Anders to the team by Vernonia
on and spent Christm as w itn office
for prosterity the Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Still G range for installing their
her aunt and other relatives Springw ater is supposed to , preserving
of the years as spent M onday evening at the G range in December.
in Pittsburgh. They then have gotten its nam e by a ; they go by picked
The Ray Gordons had din
one | Ray Mrs. Gordons.
w ent on to A rlington, V irgin spring of w ater which tasted [ w ritten by a W this
John H ershberger and ner Sunday at the home of
ia, w here they visited several good to somebody. Its posi- I state school girl:
Fred had dinner w ith their Mr. and Mrs. M arco Mancinis
days w ith her brother and office was established in | “How sad it is that unborn fam ily in P ortland Sunday. in Portland and helped thair
family, Mr. and Mrs. Dick 1876, w ith George A. Craw- generations cannot be here to Mrs. M arion Brown was granddaughter Linda
Spees and son. They took ford as postm aster, and dis- see the w onderful things we pleased to have her sister Mrs brate her birthday; also there
them on trips through W ash continued in 1914.
doing W ITH THEIR G len U nderhill call her from w ere Mr. and Mrs R alph,bro
ington, D. C. w here they saw Three L ynx w as eith er giv-1 i are
N orth Holly wood
Sunday. ther of Mrs. Mancini.
m any places of interest. The
K ellers started home Dec. 28
and stopped at m any histori
cal places on the way such as
REPORT OF CONDITION
Texas and Arizona. The only
bad w eather they had on the
trip was the night they lett
Portland. T heir plane was
CLACKAMAS COUNTY BANK
grounded from 11 P.M. to
3 P.M. by bad w eather in Se
attle w here the plane stopped.
T here was a wind of 100 m i
December 31, 1955 December 31, 1945
les per hour.
Enroute home thev came
by way of the tip of northern
Cash on Hand and in Banks .
C alifornia w here there was
U. S. Bonds ...........................
snow. The flood rerouted
them some in southern O re
gon, but they all enjoyed the
trip very much.
Corporate Stock ....................
their first trip cast.
L ittle 4 year old Joey
Loans and Discounts.............
stayed w ith M eta Kiggins
House and Fixtures
w hile his parents w ere away.
THE DA R K CLOUD
W P * M ARM I
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w . i t a x i , ARTHUR SCHWARTZ • l»~» W SAMMY CAHM
O.E.S. CHAPTER 108
INITIATON ON TUE.
M ountain C hapter No. 108,
O. E.S. w ill m eet Tuesday,
Jan. 17 at 8 P.M. for their
There \dtll be initiation ot
new m embers. The w orthy
m atron. V enita G ant announ
ces there will be a school of
instruction in Sandy Masonic
tem ple Sunday, Jan. .5 at 2
P. M. The grand conductress
will be present A lunch w ill
be served at 5 P.M. in the
building for all who attend.
DONNA RIVERS WEDS
R. E. LAUDERBACK
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis R ivers i
I of Eagle C reek announce the j
1 m arriage of their daughter |
I Donna Lee to Richard E.Lau- j
i derback of Portland, son of (
! Mr. and Mrs K enneth Laud-
erback of Estacada.
Both bride and groom are (
graduates of Estacada Union j
High School. They are m ak- j
ing their hom e in Portland.
Other Real Estate ..................
Capital Stock ....................................
Undivided Profits ...........................
Interest Collected and Not Earned
Clackamas County Bank
E. x\lt, Vice-Pres.
AN INDEPENDENT BANK
Fred L. Proctor
Cecil O. Duke