Estacada's Clackamas County news. (Estacada, Or.) 1957-1976, March 22, 1957, Page 3, Image 3

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    CLAC K AM A S
C O U N T Y NEWS. E ST A C A D A , O R E G O N .
NEIGHBORHOOD NEWS NOTES
F R ID A Y . M A R C II i i .
Garfield News
( By Leila G ordon)
1957
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Helen Parvin are both improv­
ing after surgery
Those attending the spring
festiva last week at Viola Com­
munity hall were Lola Reim­
ers, Mrs. Riley,
Belle Duus,
Blanche Groves, Flossie Carter,
Helen Eaden, Elda Youngberg,
Florence Lamb, Maude Haugh-
ton, Leila Gordon and
Miss
Cora Haupert.
Garfield Dorcas Society will
meet with Mrs. Rena Davis on
March 21
Mrs. Virginia Hankens
is
painting the new cabinet
for
her family the Sylvan Carters.
Mr. Hankins works in Port­
land but is driving in to work
this week
ard B, Carlock, Chief of the U.
S. Army Military District, Ore­
gon.
These new obligations short­
en the period of participation
in ready reserve
training to
three years after the individu­
al completes his six
months
o f active training.
This com ­
pares with the
previous re­
quirement of a total active du­
ty and ready reserve training
obligation of five years, Colon­
el Carlock stated.
This option allows the high
school men a one year
defer­
ment after enlistment
before
taking the six month active du­
ty training.
A phase of the program cur­
rently in effect is slated to e x ­
pire on April 1, the
Colonel
stated. This phase allows men
to join the Army Reserve for 6
years with no active duty obli­
gation. This program also per­
mits the man to request 6 mon-
the active training at a
later
date more convenient for him.
The six month traning pro-
grom is now open to men
in
the 26 to 35 year age bracket.
These men may enlist for three
years in the Army Reserve and
then serve six months of active
duty training.
This traning
must be started withn 120 days
after enlistment, Colonel Car-
lock concluded
Members of Garfield Grange
Special at Springwater Grange
Rev. Ravan of Estacada visiteu Rarlck in the evening.
altar
all are proud of their new
him Tuesday and
found him
Attention is called to Grang­ Mrch 22.We want to help
He
of you who have birthdays or | made by R. C. Maxwell.
much better.
By Myrtle Dmytryk
ers and any others who are in­ anniversaries to celebrate the j plans to build the other
sta­
Phillis Fitch took a load or
Bernice Miller In tions when he has time.
hogs to market
Monday and terested in Civil Defence. Mrs. occasion.
Mrs. Fred Millard returned
Warner Grange visited Gar­
spent the reminder o f the day Lovila Lalor, director of Wo- charge of program. Supper is
home March 8 from
a stay shopping in Portland.
j mens Activities for the Feder- scheduled to begin at 6:30, so field March 14 and occupied
j al Civil Defence Administra- get seat at your speciai table. the chairs and held the meet­
with her sister in Washington,
Ed Dmytryk was made First | tion will speak at the Eastham
ing. Garfield lecturer Blanche
and departed again on the foll­
Groves put on an
excellent
owing Thursday for a vacation Sergeant of his National Guard ) | School in Oregon City March
At the j j 29 at 8 PM. Mrs. Lalor is nat­
program.She honored our three
trip with her daughter and son- company last Sunday.
Stan Dmytryk re­ ionally known for her speaking
50 year members and presented
in-law, Mr. and
Mrs.
Ref same time
(By Margaret Ross)
ceived a promotion to Sergeant ability and welcomes questions
corsages to Sisters Rena Davis
Leishbaugh. At last report they
A
record
turnout
of
29
Eagle
First Class.
and Sadie Anders and a bouton­
from the audience. Her topic is
were travelling thru Idaho ana
Creek Grangers visited Maple niere to brother Elmer Davis,
plan to visit Death Valley be­
Dinner guests at the home of j ‘Women and Civi Defense.’ In Lane Grange Saturday night.
There were 3 readings. A song
fore returning home.
Fred is Erma Tenny Sunday were Mr. addition to this, there will be
The Shirley Burnett family ‘old MacDonald Had a Farm’
other
discussion
that
will
ap­
holding down the fort during and Mrs.
Ernest Livermore
Those attending drove to The Dalles Dam Sun­ acted out by the youth install­
Marys absence.
and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Neff o f peal to men.
are
urged
to
bring
with
them day to witness the opening of ing team and a Welcome song
Everett Shibley has been do­ Beaverton. Mr- Livermore is an
the new docks. They went on and Home Sweet Home by all.
question
about
Civil
Delence
(By Mrs. Joe Wiederhold)
ing the family chores for
the old timer in the
Springwter
to Klickitat, Wash, their one­ Six granges were represented
like
answered.
Mrs. Katherine Poikila
en­
past week while Margaret and area, having worked for
his they would
time
home,
for
a
brief
visit
be­
and
4
masters
present.
Re­
7th &
Winnie are fightng the flu bug. brother Frank who owned
a Eastham school is at
fore returning home, Joanne freshments were served to 85. tertained with a d l n e r Wed.
night for several guests includ­
Ranee Millard was quite ill saw mill here about 55
years Harrison .Oregon City. Coffee | Burnett is home this week for
Visiting the
Dewey Qualls ing Mr. and Mrs. Oouchie San-
over the Week end.
However ago. He also visited with Maud will be served.
spring vacation from O.S.C.
and Ray Gordons Mon.
were ■ ders and family, Mr. and Mrs.
Dont forget the
Pot Luck
The Carl Ronnows drove to Mr. and Mrs. Amos Hills
and George Mapes and family, Mr.
Forest Grove Sunday to
take Mrs. Florence Lamb.
John Parvin and three
boys.
Kenny back to Pacific U, fol­
The John Abbott family had Mr. Parvin is superintendent at
lowing his
weeks vacation. a bout with the flu the
past the new fish hatchery at
the
While there they visiter!
the Week. All are improved
ana old log cabin site
on Eagle
Tate family former local resi­ back at their various tasks.
Creek.
dents.
Visiting at the home of Mrs
Thursday
afternoon Mrs.
The George Baleys made
a Gena Ballou last week during
George Mapes and Mrs. Oouch­
week end trip to Bremerton.
spring vacation were
grand­
John
Thursday sisters Anne Judu children Stephen A lf nnd Beck- ie Sanders visited Mrs.
Parvin at the Oregon City hos­
and Ruth Smith went to Step­ ey Gredvig of Portland.
Mrs.
henson, Wash, to visit a cousin , Maxon A lf and Mrs. Joe Gred­ pital. The ladies say she is d o­
ing nicely and expects to
be
A Week end guest at the Os- vig were there on Saturday.
home soon.
ear Judd farm was their grand­
FARM EQUIPMENT
Also vacationing with grand­
Dining with Mr. and Mrs.Os
daughter Mario Todd of Port­ parents were
Linda Wicken- car
Complete line of
Forseth
Sunday
Were
land. Their nephew Bob Judd, kamp ad her friend Joyce Kon
friends from Vancouver, Wash.
Service
on all makes
who had recently come
here at the Ray Gordons.
Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Gus Olsen
and
from Calif, returned last week Mrs. Mencini came for
and models of farm
them Mr. and Mrs. Carl Kallgren.Af­
end to Long Beach temporarily and were dinner grests
Sun. ter dinner the folks all drove
equipment.
to be with his wife nd family
eve.
NEW LOCATION
up
to
inspect
the
new
fish
hat­
March 9 Mr. and Mrs. L.O.
Grange members and neigh­
and models of cars.
Gerber attended the Shrine Po­ bor« were busy at the hall last chery.
tentates Ball
at
the Port­ week and finished
Also service on all
painting RESERVE ENLISTMENTS
land Shrine temple.
the dining hoom and hung cur­
makes.
DECLARED
ATTRACTIVE
On the following
Tuesday i tains
n
Vancouver Barracks, Wash-
NEW OWNERS
the Gerbers enjoyed
a visit
We need volunteers to fin­ New, shorter, ready
reserve
Gresham Equipment
from their son in law
and ish the kitchen and lower hall
daughter,
Mr. and Mrs. Ray­ before open house and pot luck obligations for young men in
Co.
the 17 to 18 1-2 year old brack­
mond Shaver and children Jim­ on March 30
ORIENT
GARAGE
et make enlistment in the Ar­
my and Randy from West Linn
Litte Cheryl Lee Parkison, my Reserve
more
attractive
Phone
MO
5-4722
Last Saturday night the Ger­ the Dokey Palmateers grand­
it was an­
Loon Hv. • Orient
bers attended a tamale party at daughter and daughter of Mr. than ever before
nounced today by Colonel Will­
the Wm. Kershem home in L o­ and Mrs. Dan Parkison,
has
gan.
been very ill with
tonsilitis.
Sunday Nola Clester and her She was mcch better at last re­
mother Dora Clester drove
to port.
Salem, taking her sister Zo­
Mr. and Mrs. Russell Wilson
la Crain and two young daugh­ of Gresham visited her sister
ters, who had been
visiting and family the
Pete Ballous
here for the past week. There and showed slides of their re­
they met Zolas son and a friena cent trip to Arizona. Pete sala
l who took the
three visitors it was almost as good as taking
back to their home in Cottage the trip.
| Grove.
>
Hattie Hershberger
stayed
Sunday visitors at the Virgil over night with Mr. and Mrs.
Nelson home were Mr.
and Dewey Qualls, afteh attending
Servicing A ll Makes . . .
IN ESTACADA EVERY WEDNESDAY
Mrs. Morris Siebert and
two Grange Thurs. night.
children o f Sandy.
Mr. and Mrs. Dean
Qualls
Tuesday the Nelsons receiv­ and Julie visited their families
ed a visit from Mrs. Nellie the Frank Chevrons and the
Nelsons niece, Ethel Reed,ana Dewey Quallh
from Friday
Gresham, Oregon
Phone MOhawk 5-2186
a fellow student friend. Ethel through Monday. Margene cel­
has completed studies at the U. ebrated her
birthday while
of O. and will now enter hospi­ here.
tal nurses training in Portland.
Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Qualls j
Overnight guests of Bonnie visited Mr. and
Mrs.
Vern
Nelson Saturday night
were Lantz Sun. Mrs. Lantz health !
Carol and Patty Buhlinger.
is much improved.
When the film
Walk
to
Mr. and Mrs. C. H.
Magill
Freedom’ which had been pub­ had a phone call from
their
licized for Sunday night show­ family in Popar Bluffs,
Mo
ing by Westminster
Fellow­ that his brother Vern had been
T U B E S T E ST E D F R E E
ship failed to arrive as schedul­ in a car wreck and had a brok- 1
ed a substitute film was
was en neck and was
paralized
PH ONE 44 F I
hastily procured.A good
disi from the necn down. He had
cussion
followed
this
movie;so
been taken to the Barnes hos­
says M r. H enry W. Goode, Donald, Oregon
W e Pick Up and Have One day Service
the group was not disappointed pital in St. Louis.
Wm. Reimers will enter the
Veterans Hospital Thurj.
for
Clackamas County News is
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