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In It's Fifty-third Y e a fo i Publication.
Volume No. 53
Number 10
Estacada, Oregon, i : :<
City Park Group
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V invites Attendance
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this Person & That tat Mon. Eve Meet
Single Copy 10c
l ’idi
Dr. Price Earned ' ¿sunt /3N to ci the Yeur
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Important P.T.A.
j Meet Should ke
The Estacada Park
Com­
mission w ill meet Monday ev­
Ralph M.
and Floy Wade
ening at 7:30 P.M. at Howard
v m — ;
purchased the north Estacada
HI
A t this time
service station
(known
as Smith’s office.
Wade’s) on Feb. 14, 1926 and plans w ill be made- for the
A
iT
Herb
Fifer
signed the legal papers for its clearing of the
sale on Feb. 14, 1957, to a Seat­ Park area. It w ill be necessary
for someone to donate power
tle company.
They got 22c
pr
gallon for the
first gasoline I equipment to aid in the cl(.ar-
ing
work.
This
can
Include
any
they sold in 1926 and 36c a gal­
lon for the last they sold
in type of wheel or small cater­
of
1957.
Nobody would guess pillar tractor and lengtns
what gasoline w ill be worth 31 chain. Those o f you who are in
pro­
years hence and
most folks position to help in this
think that automobiles w ill be ject are invited Jo atttend the
run by atomic powcr then.This Monday evening meeting.
continual ownership 31 years
not only beats anything in Es- B O Y SCOUTS SELL
cada, but
most
everywhere
HOUSE NUMBERS HERE
else. The Wades retained ow ­
The Clackamas County Medical Society and a group of citizens
Estacada Boy Scout
Troop
nership of their home on the
210 with their leaders,
John
selected
Estacada’s Dr. Allvn M .‘ Price as Clackamas County’s
premises but have m ovcd it to
Grove and Ernie Price, made
the south half ot the grounds,
“
Doctor
of
the Year’’ according to a Monday report. The award
the rounds of town Saturday to
which they did not sell. Then-
finish a project
they started
was made for outstanding service to his community professionally
home now faces east
across
last summer and fall of seling
from the Estacada high school.
and civicly beyond the call of duty, so to speak.
poperty owners
new
house
Ralph was bom at Olix, Ore­
numbers. Since all streets have
The Estacada community heartily concurs with the wise choice.
gon, and Floy Harlen in Wis­
been renamed it required new
consin.
It was destiny that
Dv.
Price has given unselfishly of his time and abilities workng
house numbers too.
they met in Estacada with
a
People not home and folks
for
the
bettermentof the Estacada community. His guidance of
high school romance in
pros­
who are renting their houses
the
Estacada
Planning Commission has resulted in municipal
pect, as both graduated from
create problems. I f renters do
Estacada High in 1924. Their
progress that is an achievement for a town of Estacada’s size.
not want to foot the bill for a
two children, Wade and Flor-
number set, they should see if
Besides the inspiration he has offered for city betteiment, the
ence, also graduated from the i . . . ,
. . .
,,
„ ...
,
,
, their landlord would defray the
same school.
Wayne married
facts speak for themselves. Outstanding are the rezoning o f the
cost.
Darleen Phillips, and they live
City, renaming, marking and numbering of street and addresses
with their three
children in
north Estacada. Wayne officiat- «
,
C J
and the start onwhat will eventually be a modern street lighting
ed around the Wade servee sta- /|C l//IC f #lf|CfVOf* i C l S
system
for the entire town. It has taken perseverance, patience,
tion most o f his life. Florence,
™
*
their daughter, married Otto
diplomacy and the ability to withstand criticism to accomplish
Hendrickson and
with their
these
things. Dr. Price does not entirely agree with these state­
three children live at Eugene.
Ralph and F loy have
estab­
ments, and gives no small amourtl of credit to the splendid help
Acting Mayor Dave Horner,
lished a reputation o f stability
from theEstaeada City Council, past and present.
in the absence o f Mayor Bob
and reliabilty not only in their i *"
ddciardd the
business associations but in ev- fw em n ch , «t®8
erything fo r the betterment o f week o f March
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■ " to 7- 23 as city m
the town and community .Both widc P T A week.Special atten-
tiglg
Ralph and Wayne jumped onto ' t*on ‘s called to the P T A activ-
the fire hose cart in the years , ities occuring on Thursday and
o f its beginning and still take Friday o f this week,
an active interest in the Estaca­
Fun for everyone from baby
da fire department. Ralph and FORMER L O C A L M AN
The Conservation
Reserve
sister to Great Grandpa is pro­
Floy are members o f the Odd
1957
DIES IN C A L IF O R N IA
mised at the Estacada
P T A ’s Program, a part o f the
Fellows and Rebekah frater­
Kickaroo this Friday evening, Soil Bank, is now in operation
Mr. Thomas Hanrahan, form ­
in Clackamas County.
This
nities. Floy was organist
for er resident of Estacada. passed
Retiring Upper
Clcckamas March 22. It will be held In
long range conservation
pro­
the Rebekahs for
14 years. away at the home of his niece,
River Chamber o f Commerce the Grade School basement be-
gram is designed to retire mar­
The most welcome
news to Mrs. M. J. Ccrnio in Ventura, president Hershel York turned gining at 7:30 P. M.
their scores of
friends
and California. Feb. 28.
soils
This is the
groups annual ginal or low producing
He was his office over to Bill Wymore,
from crop production, and shift
neighbors is that they are go­ buried in the fam ily plot at the
fund-raising
project,
replacing
popular Barton meichant
at
their future utilization into a
ing to remain here and continue Calvary Cemetery
in Grand the Chamber meeting Monday the usual vaudeville.
to be interested in
Estacada Forks, North Dakota.
Chairmen
Mayrose Godsey permanent cover o f grasses anu
evening.
and be among its best boosters.
legumes, or forest trees.
Surviving relatives are
his. N ew members o f the
boprd and Jean Smith announce that
Good citizens, good friends and widow; one sister, Mrs.
To accomplish this intended
Wm. are Paul Treckeme
(retiring among the many attractions
good folks in every way,
they Dunlop o f Beaverton, Oregon;!
diversion to Permanent cover,
will
be
a
fish
pond,
food
booths,
vice- president; Ernie Rynning
are hard to beat.
anu the United States Government,
and two nieces, Mrs. Harry Nis- 1 replacing Bill Ronayne, Chuck skill and novelty game»,
jitney dancing in
the
gym. through th" Department of A g ­
son o f Taft,Oregon and Mrs. W. Baker and T y Correll.
riculture, has agreed to enter
M arjorie Moss has lived in C. Meyers of Otis. Oregon.
Reports are coming in from There w ill be lots of prizes and
into variable long term
con­
Estacada for nearly forty years
a questionaire forwarded to the rumor has t that the busy chair­
tracts with owners o f eligible
and has made
many friends
men
have
talked
people
into
milling operations in the area
land on an annual “ rental pay­
during that time who w ill be
as to the availability o f chips donating pies, so no lack of re­
ment” bssis.
In
Clackamas
pleased to know that
she is
tht could be used in some man­ freshments is forseen.
now in better health than
she
Admission and
concession County this annual payment is
ner of hardboard or chipboard
was a fe w years ago. Since the
10c each, so $13 per acre per year for the
m anufacture.
Returns indi­ ticket will cost
death of her husband, Jake, she
parted length of the individual con­
cate the feasibility o f the in­ plan to attend and be
has continued to live at Iter old
(B y Sgt. Renfro)
with
your
dimes
in
a
most
plea­ tract.
stallation o f such an operation.
In addition to the annual ac­
home across the street from
The parents o f
Co. “ D’s” The next step on the basis of sant manner.
reage payment, the producer
the grade school building and young men can w ell be proud information on hand w ill be to
can receive 80 percent o f the
she considers it very fortunate of their part time soldiers,their try to interest someone in such
cost o f establishing the
per­
that she has Mrs. L ila Scott, a ability to adapt themselives to an endeavor.
manent cover, including lim e­
newcomer to these parts,living the concepts o f basic military
stone, seed and seeding,
and
with her.Way back in the days training is commendable.
LEN TEN P L A Y BOOKED
seed bed preparation;
trees
when M arjie first came to Esta­
During the past fe w weeks
A T MT. A N G E L
and tree planting; or the estab­
cada, those around at that time the men o f Co. ‘D’ have receiv­
lishment o f
certain wildlife
Mount A n gel Abbey: Philip
remember her as
running a ed instruction on basic
m ili­
conservation practices.
laundry back o f where the Day tary subjects as military cour­ Turner’s powerful “ Christ
in
Minimum requirements for
Lumber Co. is today. She didnt tesy and customs o f the serv­ the Concrete City” w ill be pre­
stay there Very long,'but
got ice, uniform regulations
The American Legion duly eligibility under the conserva­
and sented Snnday, A pril 7 by the
Mount Angel. celebrated their 38th birthday tion Reserve are as follows;
into her regular
business o f the disassembly and assembly seminarians o f
(1 ) The acreage to be
di­
conducting a restaurant, where o f various types of weapons,all According to R ev. Gabriel Mor­ last Sunday
with Auxiliary
crop­
play members and many fr iends.A verted must be tillable
she remained fo r many years, of which are part o f the basic ris, O.S.B., director, the
giving satisfactory service
to military training phase which was produced in N ew York last pot luck dinner ws served
to land, which may or may no,
all. Her many friends congrat- helps the new soldier to adapt November. The enthusiastic re­ aboht 100 people; visiting be­ be in a permanent cover al­
ready.
ulate her and wish fo r her im- himself to army life
and to views and the modem setting ing enjoyed later.
(2 ) The farm must have a
proving health and many more prepare him to receive advan- led to its choice as the annual
Among Past
Commanders,
years o f living.
ced training in
occupational Lenten production in the H ill­ who served the Post thru the
top Auditorium.
years present were
Sy L a w ­ A U X IL IA R Y LAD IE S DO
skills.
There are two Oregonians in rence. Forrest Erickson,
Oral
Ray and Louise Turner have
The officers and non commis­
W ELFARE W ORK
ot Stormer, Larry Meade.
Hap
lived in Estacada for 13 years sioned officers o f Co. ‘D’ are of the cast of six: Jack K ra ll
Friday
a
large group o f w o­
Portland
and
Wm.
Park
o
f
Mt.
Dooley,
George
Tracy,
Fred
and naturally
made
many the highest caliber and are do­
Millard. Russell Reed. Adoph men o f American Legion A u x ­
friends.:
It is with great sor­ ing an excellent job presenting Angel.
a
A mail order system for the Still, Ray Gordon. Bill Christ­ iliary, met in their hall for
directing
row those friends realize
the the instruction and
day of sewing. They also made
2 P.M. enson. Merle Marshall.
time sale o f tickets to both
1
almost hopeless struggle Louise the training o f our part
for the
and 8 P.M. performances
has
has made against cancer.
It soldiers.
Past presidents present were more paper flowers
Sgt. Renfro, assistant unit ad­ been set up at Mt. Angel Sem­ Daisy Tracy, Evoyn Lawrence, Veterans hospital wheel chair
has been a great try and
the
Prices have not been Lois Erickson., Mary Millard, parade.
only chance she has to survive visor. states that “ w e have the inary.
They had on hand a
large
would be a so-called miracle. potential, the leadership, and raised with $1 for adults and Mary Reed. Eva Dooley, Gladys
the ability to develop Co. 'D ’ 50c for children and students Stormer, Dorothy Showerman , number o f finished gowns and
She recently jjeclared that if
also a
trained, still maintained for this annual Grace Still. Helen Christenson pajamas fo r children;
she must go she preferred
to into one o f the best
number o f pretty dresses
for
the pre-Easter event.
and Leila Gordon
stay in Estacada with her hus­ best equipped and one o f
small girls for Portland Child
in
the
band rather than in a hospital. most effective units
M RS DR H A L L STR IC K E N
Immanuel Lutheran Church, welfare Center- One quilt was
As long as there is life there is State o f Oregon.”
Mrs. R.I. Hall had a stroke at Main A Center. Sandy, Oregon. finished and another started.At
hope. 80 stay on, Louise.
A L G A N O B A C K IN OFFICE
Sunday service*, 8:30 and 11 noon a pot luck dinner was ser­
her home Friday eve. She man­
Ina Chevron, Gladys
Lenten services, W ed­ ved to
A1 Gano who has been absent aged to call neighbors who got A M.
A boy seeing a girl crying on
Carrie
Sunday School Stormer. Eva Dooley,
the school grounds come up to from U. S. Forest Service office the doctor to her. She was tak­ nesdays 7:30
Grace
sooth her.
He put
his arm i for several weeks when he was en by ambulance to Portland at 9:45 A. M.The public is cor­ Marshall, Nona Reed,
around her and asked,
“ Isn't ill with pneumonia is now back General hospital. Her hosband. dially invited. W A. Loedtke, Still. Sue Aycock, Lois Erick­
son, Daisy Tracy, Leila Gordon,
Dr. Hall, died a short time ago pastor.
Continued on page 6
at his desk.
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P.T.A. Observance
$2.50 Per Year
Legislative Report
By Our Senator
Attended
Herbert Williams, Estacada
, P T A program chairman,
an-
j nounces a program of special
interest for the meeting to br
: held this Thursday eve., March
1 21 in the high school auditor-
I ium.
A guidance panel, with Dr.
1 Stolte,
Clackamas County
health officer, as moderator,
will be featured. Members o f
the. panel w ill be Dr. Dan Bill-
meyer, pediatrition; Miss El
iabeth Graham, special educa­
tion teacher at Milwaukie; and
Mrs. K t-mper of the Clackamas
County welfdre depit'.
The grade school band direc­
ted by Joe Barr plans to
pre­
sent some muscial numbers.
Nomination o f next year’s
officers will be held during the
business meeting presided over
by Mrs. Woody Miller.
The hospitality
committee
will serve refreshments during
the social hour.
The meeting
w il begin at 7:30 P.M.
There will be a report on the
high hchool hot lunch program
for the coming year.
By Senator Howard C. Belton
You have probably read
in
the daily press that Democratic
leaders in the legislature have
declared their intention to hold
th general fund budget for the
next biennium down
to the
$265 million as a mark to shoot
at. The announcement o f this
decision was contained
in a
statement issued by the office
o f Rep. Pat Dooley, Speaker of
the House.
If the Democrats who have
a majority on the
ways and
means committee, which pass­
es judgment on general
fund
appropriations, are serious
in
setting this budget ceiling they
have not been paying attention
to what has been
happening
around the legislature for the
past eight weeks.
It has been my privilege to
serve on this powersul 'egisla-
The Blood Bank which has
! tive committee at every Session
been coming to Estacada
will
co-
skip us this year and will be in since 1941 and to serve as
Sandy instead. The date is Tues­ ! chairman o f the joint sommit-
day, March 26, at the
Sandy teo for three sessions. Based up-
appears
Women’s Club from 4 to 7 P.M. j on this experience it
;
to
me
that
this
statment
by the
Donors are also solicited from
an
Estacada and any prospective | Democratic leaders is just
governor
donor please call Mrs. Hap Doo­ attempt to take the
o ff the hook. Either that or it
ley at Estacada 6F12.
is a definite repudiation of G ov­
ernor Holmes’ campaign pro­
gram.
The ways and means commit­
tee now has in its
possession
bills calling for appropriations
totalling $314 million. This rep­
“ Soil Bank Base” whichis the resents an increase o f $54 mil­
average of the 1955 and 1956 lion over the balanced budget
acreage of soil depleting crops ' presented to the legislature by
form er governor Elmo Smith.
grown on the farm.
(3) The producer must en­ Most of this excess represents
ter into a contract and agree definite comitments made by
not to utilize the Conservation Governor Holmes during his
Reserve Acreage for any pur­ campaign including the propos­
pose, for the term of the con­ ed $40 per census child increase
tract. The contract period may in the basic school fund. Also
is $7
be 3,5 or 10 years, where grass included in thus excess
school building
is the cover, or
10
and 15 million for a
years where forest trees
are program promised by the go v­
the cover.
ernor and the restoration o f $2
(4 ) The producer must also million to the budget for High
agree to control the spread of er Education to which the go v­
noxious weeds o ff the Conserv­ ernor is also committed.
ation Reserve designated acre­
The $265 million budget ceil­
age.
ing set by Democrats
repre­
The Soil Bank Program is be­ sents an increase o f only $5 m il­
ing administered by your local lion over th,. Smith budget.This
Agricultural Stabilization and means that any new money in
Conservation County Office, at excess o f $5 million which this
Gladstone-
Any Clackamas session might decide to appro­
County Farm owner or operat­ priate will have to come out o f
or who is interested in this new the Smith budget. While I am
program is urged to contact the ready to admit there might be
ASC office as soon as possible some fat in the Smith budget I
fo r details on the program as do not believe any substantial
it may fit
his
farm.
The cuts can be made without Ser­
deadiline or signing 1957 con­ iously impairing or curtailing
tracts is A p rl 15.
Also funds essential state services, or stop-
are rapidly being depleted, and png construction o f new
and
anyone interested in the Con­ much needed buildings.
servation Reserve
Program
For instance, if w e
are to
must act quickly, or they may give the school people the $40
not be able to participate due million increase in the
basic
to lack o f program
funds in school fund they are asking for,
Oregon for 1957.
it seems we must trim $35 mill­
The ASC office address is 660 ion out o f the Smith budget.If
McLoughlin Boulevard, Glad - we approve only a $20 million
basic
school
stone, Oregon and the
phone increase in the
fund, it means we w ill have to
number is Oregon City 6414.
trim $15 million out
of
the
Minnie Forman. Blanch Show­ Smith budget. And this makes
erman, Bessie Meade.
Meta no allowance for any o f the oth­
ad­
Kiggins. Men who came
in er projects to wheih this
for the dinner w( re Hap Dool ministration is committed.
ey, Larry Meade, Oral Storm­
I feel that the governor has
ir. Frank Chevron and Frank laid himself open to
criticism
Marshall.
Continued on page 6
Blood m otile to be
Sandy Tue.M ar 26 j
P. T.A.äick-a Roo important Mews h r Farmers on Soil
Wymore new C. of Offers Fumai Eve . Bank Contracts for April 15, Deadline
Commerce Head
Reserve Unit 0. ft.
on Progress Show
Estacada Legion
Post Celebrates
38th Anniversary
P. T. A.
KI CKAROO
FRIDAY, MARCH 22,
ESTACADA GRADE SCHOOt.
Fun For All!