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Clacfeamas County Jíetos
Volume "No. 53
Skelton Called hy
Peppy Days Here
May 24 & 25
In Its Fifty-thii^i Tear .f Publication.
Estacada, Oregon. 3
! iy 24,1957
Single Copy 10c
$2.50 Per Year
Bethel No. 54 held a public r . . „ „ ,
installation of officers on Fri- Estacada PTA held their last
day. May 17th. Officers in- “ *?*"* of ^ x h ° o1 -v ca'u orJ
Frank Shelton late of Esta
stalled were: Honored queen-
1 lc a<^° school
cada, died May 19, at his resi- ___________________________
Jeanine Hule, Sr. Princess-
deuce Born Dec. 20, 1874 at
f ' 1ÉCL * '
Judi Barnes, Jr. Princess, M,'S ™
, ° p<Lne<1
Haycroek. Oregon. He rc.-idcd
Judy Fredricksen, guide- Nan- th° meeting. Musical numbers
in E -tacada 23 years and en-
- r' iff,
gaged in the practice of law.
14 nigh school students
Howell, chaplain- Karen Pot Mrs.
He was a member of the Or-
J fS m k
Virginia Garrett as in
ter, recorder- Eva Louise structor.
cgon Bar Association and the ‘
Spicknall, treasurer- Patti insturctor, Glenn
Ca 1 Douglass Post of the Am-
had 10 students in
Stephens, musician - JoLetha instrumental
Rickey, 1st messenger- Judy Mr. Frederick
He is survived by his wife,
Carlson, 2 nd messenger- Judy dustry. spoke to of the Ward
Ethelyn, a brother, Marvel
^ ¿ * »
Smith, 3rd messenger- Jean "Air Pollution and Contamin
Shelton of Pendleton, sisters, J t* • _ <^ajgLiI*V.J>
Barrett, 4th messenger- Shar
Mrs. Lillian Swan and Miss
on Cutsforth, 5th messenger- ation’
C'allie Shelton of Portland and
Lem Jenkins installed
Lynn Meyers , Sr. Custodian- the Mrs.
M’s. M yrtle W inter of Ontario,
officers in their re
Oregon, and several nieces and
Services were held WecT, R
May 22 at 1 P. M. at the Clay-
ville Chapel. Estacada, with Rjgjg§P%ggf|jg ,
pres; Mrs. Ernie Rynning,
vault interment at Riverview
H iS S tm i
treasurer and Mrs. Ed Hodg-
ficer for the evening. She was kiss
Abbey, Portland. Rev. Vernon Mrs Minnie Forman, Chair-
as secretary. Mrs.Miller,
Ross Jr. officiated.
man of the Legion Buddy
the retiring president, present
tho new officers with gift
Poppy Sale announces the
ell of Estacada and Toni Whit ed
cup and saucers. Mrs. Schlue
start of the drive for this
was presented with a presi
Mrs. Eva Dooley in
Lahning of Gresham, Virginia dents
by Mrs. Ray Hayden.
charge of corsages is shown
Claypool of Gladstone, Rober This is pin a new
the current offering.Mrs.
ta Armfield of Sunnyside, and new president procedure
Men Get Awards with
is given this
Forman’s picture was taken
pin while she serves in office.
A recent tabulation released with Mr¿. Dooley and a fine
She was assisted in the crown- Mrs.
Hayden also presented
by the State Highway Depart- display of Poppies,
Mrs. Miller with her past
ment reveals that 845 highway The Poppy Sale will be on
department employees earned Friday and Saturday, May 24-
Distinguished visitors were president's
It was voted to have the 7th
safe driver awards for 1956. 25.
.The entire proceeds of
grade mothers serve refresh
Of these employees 382 had this sale’ go for the benefit of
j Guardian, Dorothy Crump
ments at reception in eafet<V x
records of more than five Oregon. The Veterans are paid
ia after grade school gradua
years without an accident.
2 cents each for making the
tion May 21.
Awards are limited to those Popoies.
employees who spend at least
I messenger, Daisy Tracy, wor-1 after Refreshments
55 percent of their time driv
ing, who work all year and
Del Gant, worthy patron of
who no accidents charged to Will Print Early
Eastern Star, Roily Morraw-
Guardian, Molalla, Mrs. Berry Men Will
The safe daiver awards pro this Coming Week
- Guardian Molalla,
gram is now in its 8th year. , BECAUSE OF MEMORIAL
Awards made in 1956 exceed- ! DAY, THIS PAPER WILL GO
Armfield- Meet This Friday
ed the number presented in
PRFSS nNF nAV EAR-
the previous year by 9 percnt. IU rKfc8S
Wm. Hale, father of the Strawberry growers and oth-
"Men^ in” this 'area^ r ^ n g I ^
Honored Queen, presented her ers interested in discussing
aw?rds are: ESTACADA _ j Advertisers are urged to plan
Clackamas County News
with her own personal* gavelt strawberry picking prices in
• TsmgTmti, Marshall E .-ry M T ;
‘'°PV *" Mond:,T’'
1 made by hdFW tnin. Del Gant, Western Oregon are invited to
Britton, Earl J. 3 year, D odd^ May
patron of Eastern 1 a meetfttg in the Yamhill
Donald O. 6 year and Reich- SINCLAIR ACCEPTED FOR
Jeanine with a County Fair Buliding, McMin-
stein, Wm. L. 3 year.
bouquet of rose buds and the nville. on Friday, May 24, 8 P.
U. of O. MEDICAL SCHOOL
DeMolay presented M. Co-sponsors are county
Portland. Oregon (Special)
Estacada Ford & Mercury
her with carnations. Honored strawberry associations, coun -
BR1DAL SHOWER FOR
May 16— William George Sin
Queen Jeanine presented Past ty extension agents in straw
MISS JACKIE CASTILE clair, Jr.. son of Mr. and Mrs.
Honored Queen Judy Watson berry producing counties, and
Hostesses for a bridal show William George Sinclair of
with a Past Honored Queens the Oregon Strawberry Coun
Estacada Food Center
er for Miss Jackie Castile of Estacada has been accepted
pin. White Bibles were pre cil.
Eagle Creek were Mrs. Cecil for admission to the Universi
sented to all of Estacadas pa>> Tentative plans call for. re
Harbert and Mrs. Dick Lun- ty of Oregon medical school,
queens and one was presented ports by county strawberry
deen on Friday eve. at the Portland, and will begin his
to Judy Carlson for all she associations as to the thinking
home of Mrs. Walter Stone. studies fall term, 1957.
had done for the Bethel. Gifts of individual growers or coun
Twenty guests were present. . Sinclair is a graduate of Es
were given all of the install ty reemmendatins concern ing
Mrs. Martin Craft was in tacada high school and attend
ing officer's and the Bethel minimum picking prices in the
charge of games. Angel food ed the University of Oregon
presented Mr. and Mrs. Wilbu’- various counties. In those cou
cake, coffte and punch were where he took his premedical
Howell, guardians, a beautiful nties not having strawberry
associatoins, volunteer spoke -
Miss Castile will be married Training for a doctor in gen
Entertainment was furnish esmen will be asked t0 report
to Vern Deplois May 25 in the eral practice consists of three Forty-eighth Annual Comme*cement
ed by the High School Boys Ihc county situation, accord-
Timothy Lake Set Quartet
Estacada City Hall at an after or four «ears of college stud
and LaDonna Ander I ing to Marvin Van Cleave, Sa-
noon ceremony with Rev.Mar ies, four years of medical
son and Ann Harbert. After | lem. president of the Oregon
tin Craft officiating. The w ea school and one year of intern ai Union High School Friday
this there was a Past Queens j Strawberry Council.
ther permitting tire reception I ship. An additional two to five
drill with the Bethel Girls
In scheduling this meeting,
will be held in the garden of years of training is required if The forty-eighth annual com Anderson, Norman James Bel
her parents home. .
the doctor wishes to specialize mencement of the Estacada mont, Lois Bess, Alice Kay Oregonians w ill dip fishing presenting J r. Past Queen Ju the sponsoring groups recog
Watson a bouquet of carna I nize that counties.districts and
Bunnell. Donald L. Burgener, lines in a new lake a short dy
Union High School will take Thomas
tions. Refreshments were ser \ individual growers have their
place in the high school audit- rome Christenson. Bradley W est metropolitan area Saturday ved and the rest of the evening own problems concerning har-
| vesting the strawberry crop’
orium on Friday. May 24th, at Cole, Letha Courtain. Richard with the opening of the high spent in dancing.
leports County Extension A g
8 P. M. Following is the com- h . Douglass. G. Allen Eadcn, lakes fishing stason.
ent Bob Smith. ‘‘Location of
Neil C. Edwards, Glenda Er Timothy lake. 74 miles up
field. variety, whether
Processional, ‘"Pomp and Cir ickson, Jacquelyn Fiske, Mary the Clackamas river highway 238 Men Now a* the
for processors or the
I cumstance” - Band
fresh market, and transporta
vioiei prost Frederick M Gaylord, of water. The lake was formed Work on New D m tion expense are some of the
affteting the strawber
Barbara Jean Girt, Darrel A. by Portland General Electric A construction force averag factors
ry picking pi-ice. However, we
Salutatorian - Donald Frost Graven, Carol Guthu, Kath- company as a source of booster ing 644 men is employed on hope
that county reports and
hydroelectric development in discussion
Solo - ‘'You’ll Never Walk leen M. Haak, Jeanine Ann r water supply for hydroelectric the
of strawberry pick
Alone” - LaDonna An Hale, Ronald Hare, Shirley j plants downstream at times of Electric company.
1957 season will
Hayden, Stephen G. Hinkson, i low river flow in the fall and
derson. Accompanist Ann Janice
Dee Hood, Louise Horn, j winter months.
George D. Hull, Glenda Helen j Camping areas are open at
Winnifred Izer. Ronald Kazuyaski Kaw- 1 Timothy. PGE developed the Pelton project on Deschutes will Completing
be Roland Groder’s report
river A total of 356 men made
Lawrence Thomas site in cooperation with the ; up
the average work force at of USDA estimates of the 1957
Vocal Trio -
‘ Through the Kniskern.
Darlene Leora Mount Hood National Forest. Pelton
last week. An average strawberry crop in the United
Years” - LaDonna An- Kramer. Irene Helen Lensch.
Overnight camping facilities
of 288 men were on the job al States, carryovers of straw
derson. Judy Watson. Alice Gary L Linn. K Lynn McAll-
are available at the Hood I view
the Clackamas river where berries and competing crops,
ister, Linda Lee Marchbank, camp on the south side of th ong
construction of North Fork and other factors affecting the
Address - Phillip Hitchcock, Arthur James Mattson. Rich lake at no cost.
foi Oregon strawberries
Director of Church Rela- aid Miller. Beverly Ann Mit- The public, however, should arch dam and expansion of fa price
In 1957 Grenier is fruit and
tions, Lewis and Clark Col chell, Linda Niesen, James E. come to Timothy with com cilities a t Faraday generation vegetable
Corrine Palmateer. plete provisions. There are no plant is gradually increasing in ist at Oregon
Introduction of Graduates
Virginia Ann Perterson. James public facilities for meal serv tempo.
The Pelton project is 50.5 per
William R. Jones
Poppe. Donald Lee Proctor, ice.
Mount Hood officials cent
I Presentation of Diplomas
Carol Redinger, Mario Waldo have concession plans under Brorhl complete.
PGE resident engineer. ANDERS FAR
Rediske. Susan Reed. Freder study, but, for the present, vis The completion
figure is 8 per
Benediction - Rev. Violet ic Robert Riedel, Gerald Rohl, itors must bring complete pro
cent on the S20.000.000 North Long Beach. Calif.— Geo.
Kenneth Rutherford, Walter visions.
Recessional - ‘‘War March of Paul Sagner, Winnifred Shib Fishermen will find rainbow Fork Faraday project, schedul H. Anders, fireman. USN mm
late next year
nn^ Mrs Byron An-
the Priests” - Band
ley. Carol Lee Sorrels, Clifford eastern brook and cutthroa' ed or completion
operation at Pelton is ^prs of Estacada route one.re
Reception- Lower Halls
Turner. Ray Turner, Gary F trout responding to lures. Th' Trial
planned or November of this turned jo Long Raech, Calif ,
Class colors - blue and sil Vestal. Gordon Wall, Judy Mae lake is reaching the near-ful yea
May 14 after completing a six-
Class Flower - pink Watson. Shirley Anne Weaver. mark for the first time. The
month cruise in the Far East
carnation; class motto- Choose Corrine Alice Wenz,
John project was completed las to the carritr, and boxes and aboard
the best course of life, custom Franklin White, Deloris Mae summer, but some work re supports should be kept paint Frank E. the
will make it pleasant and easy Wolfe, Robert J. Workman, mains on the Hoodview camp ed
The Evans left the U. S. last
Following is the class roll— Leola Wright. John Nathaniel grounds A second majo
When two or more boxes are November stopping at Pearl
Willard Allen, Larry An- Ledgerwood. Jr., W esley J camp. Gone Creek, is in th' grouped
at one point or recep | Harbor and Kwajalien Islands
ders. Homer Anders, LaDonna Walters.
first stages of completion.
tacles are not directly in front ] enroute to Melbourne. Aus-
of the residences the name I tralia where the crew observ-
week period beginning June ral patrons to provide suitable and addresses of the owners J ed the 1956 Olympic games
Estacada was represented in the Oregon City
receptacles, erect and main must be on the front of the After operating with Task
parade in honor of Oregon City's Outstanding ! Rural Mailbox
Rural mail boxes which are tained for easy and safe ac boxes.
Force 77 and a tour of duty
Heavy Mortar Company Tuesday, May 14. Left to
Failure to abide with this with the Formosa Patrol the
may delay your mail destroyer visited
right; Corp. James Noring, Master Sgts. Edward The
serviceable condiition retard appearance, and affording pro program
and cause it to be held at the and Sasebo, Japan; Subic
annual rural mail box delviery of mail and expose it i tection to the mail.
Dmytryck (Estacada) and Orvil Buffingtaon and improvement
program will be to the weather. The depart
Bay, Phillippine Islands; Ka
of box owners should office.
Corp. Robt. Roth are shown during a pause.
C W Myers, Postmaster
observed this year for a two ment wished to encourage ru- be Name
ohsiung, Taiwan and Hong
inscribed on the side visible Estacada, Oregon
Kong B. C. C.