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States Army Reserve proposes
Company D, 1st
Battalion, 413th Infantry Reg
iment of the 104th Infantry
Division in the Estacada-Sandy
Volume No. 53
WHEREAS such a unit would
not only be beneficial to the
community itself by making
a Community Center available
to our citizens but would also
be of great help to
18 1-2 year old youths of the
them the principles o leader
ship and patriotism and fur
ther aiding them by develop
ing their technical and voca
tional skills; and
WHEREAS Company D will
also offer our veterans the op
military skills and thus aid in
our country’s defense; and
WHEREAS the city council
o f the city of Estacada has un
animously approved of the pro
posal of the U. S. Army
serve to establish such a unit
in the Estacada-Sandy area;
NOW THEREFORE, I, Rob
ert Weinrich, Mayor of the city
o f Estacada, do hereby
claim the period of
21, 1957, to February 28, 1957,
as Army Reserve Recruiting
Month and do hereby urge ev
ery citizen of the city of Esta
cada to actively seek to learn
all the facts of
Forces Act o í 1955 and the en
listment programs it offers oUr
These pictures are for
young men and to further ac
tively assist the Army Reserve benefit o f the folks Who have
Recruiters in every
possible not been so fortunate as to be
able to get up the Clackamas
way in Company D
and witness the progress being
ROBERT H. WEINRICH,
made in the construction
PGE’s North Fork dam.
pictures do not do the project
The south side o f the Clack
amas river has been cleared to
the very rock.
The next step
will be the scouring
o f this
Estacada, Oregon, Friday, January 18, 1957
Single Copy 10c
$2.50 Per Year
North Fork Dam Construction Forges Ahead for Healthy Start of Major Work Coming this Spring Rudy Sagner New
Burned Out Viola
Family Can Use
A Helping Hand
The Burney Caswell famUy
of Viola Who had their house
and all its contents destroyed
by fire last week, are in great
need of cooking utensils, dish
es, and clothing sizes 2, 5 and 7
for their three little girls. Bed
clothing also needed.
thing they owned was destroy
ed inthe fire.
Persons who wish to
this family may send whatever
they wish to give to the Cas
well family, Box 562, route 2,
Oregon City, or leave for them
at Estacada City hall.
'r f n
rock to enable the geologists
to insure good dam
On the north side of the bank,
diamond drilling is in progress
to ascertain the same thing.
Headquarters buildings for
engineers, construction work -
ers and PGE employees have
been constructed on the dam
Barring excessively high wa
ter, it is hoped work will pro
gress as planned in the spring.
Over fifty members o f Cen
tennial Rebekah Lodge enjoy Estacada route two was among
ed the first regular meeting 16 volunteer leaders from
of the new year Wednesday ioiis parts of the state who f
tended an orientation me
All officers were present ex here Monday in
cept Lorraine Sagner, chap with Heart Sunday
lain, who was roported as be of the Oregon Heart
ing ill. Other members who tion.
were missed due to
illness The day long sesi
were Bert Millard,
Martha up to answer
Irene Jones.Cards explain the
of cheer were signed a n d a n t i . "
ervisots rrWWi 11 O reg on "Com
" t >
to these members.
Mrs. Erickson as
Greetings, thank you notes
were read from Leonard An state chairman for Heart Sun
presided over the meet
ders, Nellie Currin, Bob Mc day
By Captain Howard Sanders,
Connells, Art Smith, Albert
Dr. Herbert E. Griswold,Jr.
Within the last month
OHA president and head
Incorporation papers were and the Ralph Svehaugs.
the division of rariology at U. citizens of Estacada and Sandy
filed this week for
Announcements were made of Oregon medical school, out have become aware of an in
Baptist Church, Conservative , of the District Convention to
creasing volume o f Army traf
Regular Sunday be held in Sandy Jan. 19.Cen
fic in town and have heard ru
Services have been held by this tennial Lodge was asked
to lined research projects now mors that an Army Reserve
new Baptist Church since Dec participate in the exemplifi being sponsored by the heart
the Unit is soon to
cations and a number o f the organization and told o f
The formation of this Church members plan to attend. In association’s edocational - pro here. Last week Colonel Wil
lard B.Carloek annoonced that
is the result of Spirt-led prayer stallation for the Theta Rho gram.
principal ( soch a unit would indeed
services begun by their pastor, Club here was set for Jan. 17.
the started here in February.
Martin R. Craft, on November
asst, fund-raising activity of
It is my honor to have been
The work has shown advisor for the Theta
Rho association’s February
for chosen to command this new
steady progress since that time. Girls informed the lodge the campaign, is scheduled
unit of the
U. S. Army Re
now include girls are planning on a
tea Feb. 24 at which time thous- serve.
Officially it will be
Church School at 10:45 A.M., tea and social evening
the worship service at 11 A. M. the Rebekahs and Odd Fell 75 Oregon cities will carry on known as Company D, 1st Bat
a door-to- door drive for con talion, 413th Infantry, 104th
Youth services at 7 P.M.,
an ows the evening of Feb. 7.
To the men who
Evangelistic service at 8 P. M.
The new officers for
1957 tributions for the OHA.
will serve in it,
it will be
and weekly prayer services at were installed in their respec
known as Delta Company.
8 P.M. on Wednesdays.
tive offices by Lorraine Beis-
Delta oempany will
The Church is meeting at the ell, District Deputy President
heavy weapons infantry com
home of Mr and Mrs.
Walter and her installing staff name
It will provide heavy
Stone at the corner of First and ly: Mollie Bates, Dist. Deputy
firepower for the three rifle
Main Streets in Estacada. Ev-1 Marshal; Amy Rivers,
companies of the 1st Battalion.
eryone is invited to this New I rict. Deputy Warden;
Dr. Lionel E. Burton form- ( This firepower will be both di
Testament Church, marked by j Kiggins, District Deputy Sec
erly o f Dallas, Texas, is o p e n -, rect and indirect and will en
spiirtual fervor and honoring I retary;
Anna Underwood, ing his Osteopathic- physician | able the 1st Battalion to carry
the Lord Jesus Chirst. Every District Deputy
Treasurer; office in the property formerly its own artillery
one desiring further informa Maye Eaton,
tion or to be includeed in the lain; Gladys Stormer- inside occupied by Dr. Miller next to | battle and engage almost any
May’s Coffee Shop.
type of target along its front.
Charter Membership may con guardian; Della Ewalt,
Dr. Burton is a native
o f | But. I hope, and we all hope,
tact the pastor.Martin R.Craft, side guardian and Elsie Hale
Kansas City ,Mo. He attended that the day will never come
at his home at 509 N. W.
Zo- - deputy musician.
Washington University at St. when Delta compnay will have
brist or phone number 355.
The installing staff
were Louis, Mo. and
the Kansas to use its awesome firepower.
dressed in formats and wore City College
of Osteopathy Our job here, then, will be to
pretty corsages presented to | and Surgery.
He graduated train the young men
them by their district deputy in 1954. He served his intern community who Join our unit
ship and started practicing at so that they form a tighty knit,
New officers installed were Dallas, Texas, where he
has i hard hitting reserve unit— a
Jeane Smith, noble
grand; been located prior to com ing'
deterrent to aggression. Delta
Geraldine Wallace, vice grand; to Malin, Oregon last July.He | company will train with this
A record of three calls
Clara Brown, secretary;
Er was associated
practice objective in mind. The men of
eleven hours was chalked up
financial secre there. Estacada was selected1
Estacada Volunteer ma Sarver,
Delta company will know that
for opening his own office.He if they master their military
Fire Department this week on
is also on the staff
the skills as thousands
late Tuesday and early Wed
Edna Nelson, conductor; Ev Portland Osteopathic
Hospi American reservists are now
doing, then they will be con
The first call was around 9
P.M. Tuesday, to Clem Den Grand; Anna Underwood, RS. Dr.and Mrs. Burton and sons tributing to our overall reserve
to vice grand; Opal Groce,LS will reside in the residence of strength and their chances of
ney. His trailer house caught
staying home will be good.
fire from a faulty oil stove as to vice grand; Lorraine Beis- his office building.
Just what will the training
nearly as can be gathered. E x el, chaplain; Margaret Kroe-
ker, outside guardian; Mari
encompass? Well, first I’d like
tensive damage was done
BAKED FOOD SALE
to discuss its frequency. Each
the trailer and personal prop lyn Walter;
color bearer and Opal Shel
There wil be a Baked Food member of Delta company will
erty before it was controlled. ton, musician.
The officers Sale Saturday, Jan. 19 at the train two hour on one night a
The second call was at 2 A.
o f week for a total o f forty-eight
M. Wednesday morning from wore formal dresses and cor Clackamas County News
presented to them by the fice conducted bf the Metho paid drills.
In addition Delta
Sid Ha ugh ton.
This fire was sages
new noble grand.
apparently caused by the fire
The dist. deputy grand pre
weeks each summer in
This was controlled
sented a Past Noble Grands
Theda and Bill Tucker
and field training.
This, then, is
before too much damage was pin to the out going
noble Florence Hayden.
how long and how often the
done. Could have been worse.
Faye Bancroft. Mrs.
men of the
The third call was at 8:15 on Bancroft expressed her thanks
Wednesday morning to the Lo
to the members for their loyal FOOTBALL CALENDARS
And, each men is paid a full
ren Cyrus residence in South
Miller Chevrolet Service has
support. Jeane Smith, noble
TTjis was a chim grand expressed her apprecia- [ ¡"^prived t*ie'r calendars for ’57. day’s pay for each drill session
he attends. His pay, of course,
ney fire and no damage.
to the lodge for electing her . Z. P,ctl\re <Jn the calendar is
a$ their leader
°* Estacada Union High School depends on his rank and leng
th o f service. But, Delta com
A t close of the meeting so- fo^ aU »earn The Rangers
Estacada Bethel will have
pany. if it fills to a strength of
i installation of officers Sat- cial activités were enjoyed.
fifty men will bring approxim
day, Jan. 19 at the Masonic
ately 13,000 dollars in outside
menls were Florence Gohring, served.
The public is invited.
income into the Estacada-San-
Fire Dept. Sets
Stan Ely, Clackamas County
Commissioner, confirmed the
appointment of Tom May
represent Estacada on the en
larged committee for the con
struction of a new county jail.
The County Court felt that
it would be more fair to
outlying districts of the Coun
ty, if the old committee
enlarged in order to have a
better cross section of opinion
on the problem of a new coun
ty jail which is sorely needed.
The proposed site of the new
jail is on low value property
near Canemah. Estimated cost
will run over a hundred thous
W *jM ifcl'. T A- Tonight
Means to the Young Men of Our Area For All Parents
| Dept, held their weekly meet
ing last Monday night at the
fire headquarters in the city
' were taken up which included
the December car drawing,the
Christmas program, city and
rural affairs, a prospective pa
per drive and purchasing dress
fire hats for
be worn at local functions.
Del Pickelsimer was sworn
into the department by Presi-
rent Marshall. Hurley McNa-
mer resigned from the
as chief and Rudy Sagner as
sumed his position with Vern
assistant-chiefs Joe Barr and
Glenn Hartwig, captains and
Herb Williams, lieutenant.
Red Carpenter was proposed
as a prosectiv© member in tho
Sid Atkinson furnished re
freshments at the conclusion
o f the meeting.
Firemen attending were A l
Ralph and Wayne Carpenter,
Castile, Von Gray,
ner, Underwood, Ralph
Wayne Wade and Williams.
Tom May on New
County Jail Board
Mrs. Lois Erickson
^'re Dept. Mead
Reserve Unit Super
The January meeting of the j
The training jtself covers the Estacada PTA will
basic military skills at
first this afternoon (Thursday) at
and progresses as the men of 2:39 P. M. in the grade school
Delta company become more j cafeteria.
proficient in their use of wea- |
Program chairman Herbert
pons, equipment and special- Williams will show a film on
ized military problems.
As a heavy weapons company Completing the program will
will need be a talk on the proposed local
mechanics, I reserve army unit by Captain
specialists ' Reed of the Army,
and gunners for the weapons.
The hospitaity committee will
Thus there will be a wide sel- serve refreshments ofter
ection of jobs open
young men who join the unit
And it is the young men that
we really want and need
high school subjects
And, to get
them we have a special offer. will be offered for an adult ed
It boils down to this;
a ucation program to be inaugur
young man enlists now while ated January 21, 1957. Courses
in his junior or senior year in that definitely will be offered
CAPT. GEORGE A. REED
high school he can be discharg include Bishop method of cloth of the United States Military
ing part of his military obliga
District (Oregon) has been ap
tion to his country while still working shop. The two of the pointed as the project officer
in school. • And after gradua following subjects
to supervise the organization
tion he will serve
six largest registration will also be of Estacada-Sandy area’s own
months on active duty
with offered Typing,
the active army.
18 bookkeeeping and Spanish.
The two-hour classes will be will be commanded by Captain
months less than the man who
Howard Sanders of Estacada.
is inducted and 30 months less held Monday evenings at 7:30 starts Monday at West
P.M. and will last for a period
than the enlistee.
The fee for by a score of 26 to 15. The on
This six months o f training of ten weeks.
ly Rangers who posted wins
with the active army is broken each course is $5 and does not were Stan Kawamoto,
segments. include the cost o f any books Rutherford, Jim Norton, Kaz
First, every young man who
Registration may be made by Kawamoto and Neil Edwards.
enters this program takes eight
the high school prior to
weeks of basic combat train-
ing.Following his basic train Thursday, January 17th.
The Rangers have only
ing is eight weeks of spelializ-
wrestlers who are still unde
ed training for the man’s
in RANGER GRAPPLERS
feated. They are Ken Ruther
dividual job in his hometown LOSE FIRST MATCH IN SIX ford, Jim Notron and Kaz Ka
reserve unit. Thus the young
The Ranger wrestling team wamoto.
man will receive eight weeks lost its first
in six Central at Estacada for their
of training at the finest types
trained for serve unit, will be no excep
of motor mechanic’s schools. leaders, already
to tion. Wo want leaders and will
The same applies for
cooks, their specialties, are vital
functioning of constantly hunt for leadership
specialists the efficient
potential in each
and the heavy weapons gun Delta company.
In all that I have said so far joins Delta company.
All receive specialized
one fact emerges most striking found we will strive to develop
Delta this potential to the fullest.
The last weeks o f his train ly. The men who Join
ing are devoted
a field compnay, with the exception There you have the program.
training problem where
the of their 6 months dutyt Train I’m proud to be a part of Delta
communica ing in the case af our 17-18 1-2 company and what is is trying
tions specialist and gunners all year olds, will train and stay to do for the Estacada- Sandy
live and work in
field at home. This means that their area. I’m sure the young men
while learning how to function personal plans for sdhool, job, who join us will find the ex
as an efficient combat
team j marriage or what have
you, perience profotable in many
This not only applies that fi will have the least possible in ways— and I’m equally certain
our communities will benefit
nal polish to their individual terruption.
The program enhances their from the training and experi
training but it also tresses the
vital importance o f teamwork value to the community. The ence these young
men of Delta company
in today’s modern army.
O f course, Delta
company emerge bettor trained for their
If any of you desire further
want« more than youths in the country’s defense and
17 to 18 1-2 age group
who technically for the competition information you can obtain it
serve only six months on ac- in the labor market. Perhaps by calling 20J1 in Estacada or
tive duty. We need trained and however, their most important visiting our recruiting office
at 348 SE Main Street. In San
experienced non- commission - 1 training will be leadership,
These men will j
The Army has always stres dy the number is Mutual
have to come from the veter- ! sed the value of leadership and 2021 and the address Is Strause
ans in the area.
Thesajunior I Delta company, although a re- and Highway 26.