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P .T .A . Open House
Thurs. Mar. 8
Each year the Estacada P ar
ent-Teacher unit prom otes a
better understanding of educa
tion on the elem entary level
by planning an Open House.’
This year are occasion is in
conjunction w ith the regular
PTA m eeting date scheduled
for the night of Thursday, Mar.
8th at 7:45 P.M. Following a
Single Copy 10c
$2.50 Per Year
Friday, March 2, 1956
breif business m eeting Mom Volume 52
and Dad w ere invited to visit
the school rooms to get ac
FOR THt GOOD OF FSTACADA, LET'S
quainted w ith the teachers who River Road Closed
REWARD SET FOR CEMETERY VANDALISM
are playing a vital role in edu
cating their children. This is a
SUPPORT THE C. OF COM. PLAN
rare opportunity for every From Faraday East
L ast Tuesday, a letter was
Child in school to be represent The Clackam as River Road
ed by a t least one parent.
m ailed to m any of you good m en Korea Hero's Rites
has beeen closed to heavy
R obert E. Cody, elem entary traffic from Faraday east.Clo-
and women relative to the for
school principal, advises th at sure effective until furth er no
m ation of a Cham ber of Com
all teachers will bfe in their tice.
m erce for the Estacada Area. Last Friday
Excessive rains are
M arch 8th is the said to have caused the clos
For those of you who m ay not
since 1950 when he
night to “MEET THE TEACH-, ure.
have received or opened the was Missing
taken by the Reds along
ER” and become better ac
letter directed to you, we herein the Yellow
riv er in China and
quainted w ith the school w here
his body recovered only re
your child spends a good per Mrs. Earl Snell
centage of his daily life during
On M arch 7, 1956, at 8:00 P. cently, 26, Seargeant
a son of Mr. and
his forative years. Please Note:
M., at the City H all in Estacada, Woods,
A m bree C. Woods of Es
Correction of date of M arch Heads Easter Seal
all Industrial, Forest Service, Mrs.
tacada. was brought back to
m eeting as stated in the PTA
G range m embers, M erchants, Am
and his funeral ser
Y ear Book. This m eeting is
Professional and Union repre vices erica
ere held Friday after
on Thursday, M arch 8th at Drive for Oregon
sentatives together w ith all in noon, w Feb.
at M ikew orth’s
7:45 P. M.
terested citizens of Estacada and Penansula F 24, uneral
Mrs. Earl Snell of Salem,
its surroundiny com m unities Lom bard street in Home
widow of form er G overnor
are invited to attend a general Final funeral services
Snell of Oregon, has accepted
m eeting to assist Mr. Don Chap held at the W illam ette w N ere
ent as state chairm an
Estacada - Sandy appointm
man, Program D irector of the tional cem etary in Portland.
of the 1956 E aster Seal cam
P ortland Cham ber of Com m er The parents live at 724 N orth
OES Joint Hosts
ce, for the purpose of organizing Zobrist in Estacada. W ilford is
10, Earnest M. Jachetta of Port
a cham ber of commerce and an survived by the following
land, president of the Oregon
efficient w ork program for this brothers and sisters:: Ralph of
for Crippled Children
Mt. C hapter O.ES. of Bsta- Society
area. A program of this nature Crabtree, Norma Caywood, of
Adults, has announced.
cada and Mt. View C hapter of and Mrs.
is urgently needed as this area
has been closely
Sandy w ere joint hosts Friday identified Snell
A rthur of Lebanon,
is grow ing and in order to m eet Lebanon,
w ith the w ork of the
evening for the
W orthy society since
Harold of Salem, S tew art of
G rand M atron of the Egstern is a form er m em ber of th e ex
Eagle Creek, Lucile Spencer
ues, an to m ake the area attra c of
Star, Miss C arlotta W iseman ecutive
Tacoma Wash., Ina Hasen-
of G rants Pass.
A banquet “We are deeply grateful to Som etim e over the last w eek [ dated dam age done.
gations in trying to ascertai is necessary that a well planned yegon of Estacada, Esther
at 6.30 P. M. at the Am erican have
vandals visited the IOOF There have been over fifty the w hereabouts of the ‘‘visit and balanced program be put S tratton of Stratton and Naomi
Snell as our state end,
Legion hall started the even chairm Mrs.
Herm an of Hillsboro.
C em etery. W hen we say “vis tom bstones and
m arkers ors.’ The IOOF Lodge has
ited” it is from the stand w renched from their bases voted the sum of One H un into There
A t 8 P.M. all gathered at the
th at it doesn’t seem pos-> overturned, broken and chip dred Dollars plus another ings of this nature held at the j Springwater Grange
w ith her in her efforts on point
Masonic tem ple for an evening join
Some actually w ere T hirty Dollars from private City H all in Estacada, and at To Present Plays
sible that there would be any ped.
session. Present also was the children and adults who are de one living in tihe Estacada I dragged yards from their lo donors for inform ation leading the
m eeting held on j
ext W ednesday night, Mar.
G rand W orthy Patron, A.Ray pendent on the success of the neighborhood who should be cations.
Headstones weigh- to the arrest and conviction of Feb. general
9, 1956, Mr. Guy Leonard, 7, N three
one-act plays will be
M artin of Eugene.
Courtesy girls of M ountain training and treatm ent,’’ Jach sense or respect they would ton w ere overturned. Dam who wishes to supplem ent this ber of Commerce spoke before presented at the Springw ater
range hall, beginning a t 8
C hapter honored the G rand etta said.
have desecrated a cem etery as age has been estim ated at sev rew ard fund may contact
of interested citizens G P.M.
W orthy M atron w ith a degree Although the sale of E aster our IOOF Cem etery has been. eral thousand dollars to re O ral Storm er or any IOOF a and group
ater G range is one
and courtesy girls of Mt.View Seals through an intensive mall T he poor picture above is so habilitate the cem etery.
at such m eeting that a cham ber of Springw
the tw elve G ranges in the
C hapter honored the G rand campaign w ill over the state inadequate as far as giving an The City and County author
Clackam as County district
W orthy P atron w ith a degree; highlight the m onth-long cam overall idea of the prem edi- ities are pushing their investi
In order to have a strong and which
have entered the one-
each was given a gift.
act play contest now in pro
Mrs. Ed. D ym tryk sang raising activities, including a
Four perform ances
three solos- ‘S tar of the East’ sale of paper lapel lilies on the
City Council Sets Local Folk Drawn all who have an interest in the gress.
judgeings are being held , of
‘Trees’ and ‘M ay the Good streets of m any cities a few Services Held for
this one here w ill be
Lord Bless and Keep You.’Mrs days before E aster.
and suggestions as to how E sta w the hich third.
Meeting Agenda For Jury Duty
Springw ater, G ar
Lem Jenkins was at the piano V arious civic, fraternal and Gabriel North
cada and its surrounding com field and Molalla
G ranges w ill
Initiation of new candidates school groups are expected to
C ity Council m eeting for Clackam as County jury du m unities can be a better place each present a one-act play a t
Mr. and Mrs. W ilbur Howell, participate in spencial fund Funeral services are being this The T hursday
M arch 1, ty are Emily A. Ficken of E sta in which to live, w ork, and play, this next W ednesday’s pro
was conducted by the officers raising activities, Mrs. Snell ex held this Thursday M arch 1, 2 w ill hear the night,
reading cada Route 2; H erbert K. Fifer thereby m aking the area attrac gram .
of Mt. View Chapter.
P. M., at the Chapm an Funeral of the proposed business
On Saturday, Feb. 25 th e
R efreshm ents wese sesved plained.
Estacada; A. A. K alt of Bo tive May
The sale of E aster Seals is Home, for G abriel North, late for Estacada. All local citizens of
we please have your co first judging was held at D a
in ... the dining
composed of /- Mrs. *„
. , are used . dy rest home on Feb. 27. In ter tion are invited to be present. Route 2; Helen W. Shum an of projett, and if you are unable m ascus and M ilw aukie grange
and , the
Cyrus, Loren Cyrus,
l Mrs. > revenue
oring Route 3; Anna U nder to attend the meeting, it would won top honors. On Feb. 29,
ac m ent will be in Damascus Cerr/- O ther items to be considered B wood
the second perform ance was
Ernest K am m eyer, Mrs. Joe tivities, including society
appreciated if you would held, at W arner; and the final
Ricekey, Jr., and Ervin Sag- dren ’s hospital school in E u is officiating.
Decker of B oring Route l;Jay be
appoint someone to represent show will be at M ulino on
ner. Mr. R annow of Mt. View gene. Camp Easter Seal, the Mr. N orth was born Aug. 14, O rdinance, enforcem ent of the Faust of Boring Route one; you
a t the m eeting on M arch 7, M arch 12.
w as chairm an of th at 'group state’s
urfue Ordinance, and the first da Route one; Gladys A. Sch- 1956, at 8:00 P.M., City Hall, The one-act play which the
who was also on the refresh crippled children and the Craft had lived in the Estacada area C reading
m end the Zoning
Springw ater G range is pre
m ent com m ittee. A bout 100 Shop of the H andicapped in about 37 years. He is survived O rdinance to am
of Estacada Route one Estacada. Oregon.
(Series 1955 No. 4) lichter
senting next W ednasdey is en
titled ‘D innerB ell.’
Mrs. Don Day, an officer in ticles m ade by the physically Barton, a sister, Mrs. Alice for Estacada.
Organization Com m ittee participating
in this play are:
Mt. C hapter OES and a m em handicapped.
Copy L etter
Shibley, M argaret Shib-
ber for 12 years, w as a very
Mr. and Mrs. Bill S inclair There have been a few a t Jean
and a nephew , W alter A., north
ley, Eleanor Newell, E verett
surprised lady Friday evening
"W im py" Eri for w arm ing in their new home ative group of citizens between Shibley, Lois Erickson, Gil
at the OES. m eeting when she
bert Shibley, Alice Palm er,
was called to the platform DSC Research Aids creased until lim ited quantities
on Sunday evening. There Estacada, and Ci rrinsville, over and
of breeders seed can be distrib Representative
and given the grand appoint
w ere 32 present for the party. the years. Somehow, these a t
m ent by Miss C arlotta W ise Wheat Farmers
uted to w heat grow ers and seed
R efreshm ents w ere brought tem pts have either been fru it G arfield G range is present
m an as grand representative Helping W estern Oregon men.
guests, including a decorat less, or have died of shear in ing a play called 'Hillbilly Hi-
Clarence “W umpy” Eri, a by
from Oregon for the State of
w ith “Best wishes Ma- ertia. It would be said, the sh jinks.’ The cast includes Mr.
Mississippi. This was quite an w heat hold up its head for har im portant agricultural stabiliz at Kelso in 1911 has filed for ble Bell” inscribed on th e cake. ortsighted attitude and lack of and Mrs. K enneth Palm ateer.
is the aim of a research pro
and Mrs. Pete Ballou, Mr.
honor for the chapter; it be est
and conservation officials S tate R epresentative on the A starter of “D esert Rose” interest, w hether it was for Mr.
gram under way at Oregon ation
and Mrs. Ed. Lee, Mrs. Ray
ing one of the sm allest chap State
ters in Oregon w ith less than
tion held in G earhart recently. has liv e d ^ n d had m ost of his A social evening was enjoyed has resulted in a condition ex Gordon, and Linda Niesen
No inform ation was avail
100 m embers. Mrs. Day has W heat varieties now grown He is from southw est N ebras schooling
isting in Estacada, that is not a able
bt Clackam as county. by all.
W estern Oregon are tall and ka. and he has a different view
at this tim e as to the play
been a m em ber since 1944 and w in eak-straw
On soils of m ed point.
He has bAen in business in Carl P. Brem er, enforcem ent been reflected in a local econ which Molalla G range w iil
only missed one m eeting in ium to high ed. fertility
these v a r Said he, ‘‘All farm s for sale
for th a last 19 years and officer for the Clackam as om y-w hile m uch lam ented—has present.
ieties tend to lodge, to fall in m y area are picked up avidly is Kelso
a farm in County Dog Control, wishes been a refection upon the abil The public is invited to this
dow n and lie flat. This lowers by business and professional Eastern operating
County, to rem ind all dog ow ners that ity of those of us who should perform
EYES ALOFT farm ers to harvest their w heat ey in other fields of endeavor.” tive post from th at district. He who have not purchased tags progress of our area into a more ceeds from a free-will but offer
G round O bserver
ing will be divided between
Anyone have any different is a m em ber of the Gresham m ay find them selves w ithout prosperous vein.
please note: om it column 7 on 1 And the increasing use of theories
two overseas relief agencies:
the regular Flight Sheet on fertilizers on w inter w heat in
and the H eifer Project
some of our adjacent commui- CARE
which all reports are made.
the w estern p art of th e state is
This column is for estim ated em phasizing the problem.
Cham ber of Commerce, w as ab w ard with them. H owever there
ESTACADA UHS CAG RS M AKE COACH PROUD
distance of aircraft from tow er To help farm ers prevent this
le to bring a certain am ount of are those of us who appreciate
250 hour aw ards and pins lodging, the Oregon w heat com
to bear to insure a th at big dam s just don’t happen
still aw ait K. C. Lauderback, mission and the OSC agricul
out of a reserve over night—and w hile we are all
Bob Cody and Everett Shib- tural experim ent station spon
access to—to proven to be optim istic that to
ley. A 36 hour aw ard and pin sored a research project to de
period of m orrow may be the day—let us
is ready for M arjorie A dam velop or discover new short,
son. Floy W ade would like stiff-straw ed w inter w heat v ar
Oregon C ity’s C ham ber has m not ay be not too be disappointed
to give these out at the next ieties th at would give high
been in there pitching to the week or year.
yields in W estern Oregon. The
extent that through the efforts You know, that there isn’t
We are pleased to report the research program , started last
of Mr. Van W inke, th eir sec anyone who can run your busi
gain of a num ber of recruits July, is being carried on by
retary, and while not contagious ness
or our business, better than
for the Post. Bill C hrysler has Wilson H. Foote, agronomist,
to Oregon City, the Estacada we can.
us quit w orrying
volunteered for the Am erican and Karam S. N andpori, re
Eage Creek area brought into about w Let
hat someone else is
Legion. Melithfe and W anda search assistant, of the farm
going to do for us and start
C urry for OES.. and Evelyn crops departm ent.
location of the new Army Navy doing
for ourselves. Probably
and Everett Stahlnecker for P lant breeding w ork m akes
no particular individual among
PTA. E verett is a leader of E x up part of the project. Short-
us has the executive ability to
plorer Scouts and Evelyn is straw ed parent plants have
Estacada has been in the do the things we’d like to see
been sought from Japan, and
one of uor new teachers.
done--but--let us not preclude
This column wishes to com these plants are being crossed
for the last year. We have two the fact that with our collec
plim ent the Estacada teachers w ith locally adapted high-yield
which is assured to ire in oper tive abilities in unified efforts
and other school em ployes for ing varieties in an effort to
ation on a limited scale within will aid our com m unity. C er
their constant attendance at deveop the desirable new -type
the year. Its future success will tainly, we have the petty bicker
the tw er for PTA and other or plants.
depend entirely on the sagacity ing and dislikes, personal and
ganizations. The Boy Scouts A total of 15 crosses w ere
of its leaders— who will have otherw ise, that is our privilege
too are beginning to take an m ade last year, and these are
to chose between favoritism in to have. That is our fun if we
active part in GOC work, fill now being grow n in the field
m anagem ent— or a sound busi w ant it that way.
ing in w hen and w here they to check their perform ance.
ness policy of those m ost able to Personally. I think w e have a
are m ost needed.
adm inistrate—or ultim ate bank future, and I’d like to bet my
Feb. 25 w as R uth K eeth’s
ruptcy—w ith the secured cred it m oney on our ability to have
birthday and we offer con
ors eventually absorbing the a successful Cham ber of Com-
gratulations to her and thanks Short-straw ed varieties are
dollars that unsuspecting in merce--and we all know th at
to both the K eeths for their also being im ported from other
trusted to men w ho had even w ith criticism, healthy or
m ent in M olalla, w here they vestors
long and faithful service at areas to see how they w ill p e r
the courage and con
the tw er for OES., the Masons form here. To date, about 50 the basketball team which re Vestal, Don Frost. Clifford Tu will again m eet Mt. Angel, at The other plywood prom otion unhealthy,
of the people who m ake
varieties have been obtained cently redeem ed the good nam e rner F ront row Dick Lasankie, 9 P.M.. The w iners of this gam e is still in the form ative period fidence
adn the Christian Church.
wil be reflected in our
will have a play-off gam e at The prom otors have w orked it up, Am
A nother GOC w atcher who from various European coun of Estacada High School by w in Mr. Bergman. Ronsy Smith.
erican philosophy of
is ready at alll tim es is Louise tries and planted in trial plots ning three straight games. The boys failed to win last Tournam ent sem i-finals next hard—stock is selling--but not at great
th at is the envy of the
L eft to right: Ron Hare, Den F riday's game with Mt. Angel, Tuesday night, at Molalla, play the rate anticipated-- but E sta sucess
Linn, G arden Club President, in W estern Oregon.
W orld -Russia Included.
whose husband. Ed is perhaps A fter desirable varieties have ny Saroer, G ary Lynn, Kevin (score: 54-48). but have hopes ing the winning team from this cada is hopeful.
owe your efforts to m ake
the best know n of all our eld been developed or discovered, Ralph. Milo Prokop, Durol G ra of m aking up for their loss this F riday’s Sandy vs. W oodburn O ur PGE interests have plans a You
try for a good
e r citizens.
for our area- and are going for- Cham ber of Commerce.