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Volume No. 53
In Its Fifty-third Year of Publication.
Estacada, Oregon, Friday, May 31, 1957
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This Person & That Recreational
Program Set For
.4 Mtwsaoe f o r Memorial Day
The Price; of Freedom
Ceremony Being New Group Makes
Planned to Open Prcgiess inMove
N ew Highway to Revive M ill
by Bipy Grah. m i
Plans are going forward un- Substantial progress is be-
A complete program of rec
der the directionof Fred Barth- ing made by Crestwood Prod-
reational activities is underway
olomew for the formal opening ucts, Inc. in securing support
that includes activities for ev
of the new Springwater Hill to take over and reactivate
It’s a great life to love ani The complaint that, “There
highway Saturday, June 8. The the Mt. Hood Hardboard and
mals and enjoy them. Most is nothing in Estacada for the
OST Americans are inclined to take their blood-bought
formal opening was instituted Plywood Coop plant.
people get a great deal of sat kids to do” will certainly not be
by the Kiwanis club who ap- new corporation is selling
freedom for granted. How lustily, in times of war, do
isfaction in having them abuot a legitimate complaint this
pointed Fred Bartholomew to stock for $2,000 a share and
we sing soSgs of patriotism, exhibit due respect to the
if you are able to properly i summer. The grade school is
investigate the possibility of anticipates full subscription
care for them with plenty to sponsoring
a program which
securing cooperation of oth- within the next month,
eat. Take cats for instance, includes archery,
er civic organizations and offi-
30-day extension of the
bore the brunt of war's pjrilous sword quickly wanes and dies.
and mother cats in particular. s
cers to give this new road the mortgage sale has been secur-
They seem so happy and con- | wood-working,
kind of a send-off it deserves. ed through the cooperation of
tent in being a mother. Dr. ! baseball, softball and swim
is our freedom. The young men who gave the best years of their
Tentative plans call for a gen- E. V. Prentiss Co. and the
Geraldine Price has more cats : ming.
eral invitation to all intersted board of directors of Mt.Hood
The archery group had their
than anybody in this town and first
membered by the citizens of our nation. And that memory
to participate on June 8. High- to enable Crestwood to corn-
Sunday at 4 p.m.
her mother cats, who at one with meeting
should not find expression in a shallow sentimentality, but in
way officials plan to be pres- plete their necessary sale of
dozen present. The plan
time ordinarily shifted to take is to a organize
ent. The grade school band will stock.
an Archery club
making adequate provision for these who have so willingly stood
care of themselves in an out- and provide instruction
be on hand under the direction Howard Smith has aided in
in war’s gap and subjected their youthful bodies to the onslaughts
of-way, cold and unfurnished ginners
of Joe Barr, An invitation is sparking the local enthusiasm,
hold a tournament
place for a “home,” certainly later in and
summer with a tro-
extended to the mayor and cit- He has been very gratified by
by their actions and manner phy for the
izens of Mollala, Sandy and the support of local subscrib-
seem t0 appreciate what Mrs. for the best junior, 14years or
to participate in the rib- ers who are also members of
Price does for them and don't | under. Next shoot is Thursday
the Mt. Hood group.
wait for any second invitation j at 11 a.m. Regular shoots will
to come in anytime and have j be Sunday afternoon at 4 p.m.
ADVISES CHECK ON
die in the very prime of life and at the peak of His usefulness!
another batch of kittens. These 1 There was a preliminary
cats have no particular pedi meeting of the ballet class on
willing, are called upon to bring life and liberty to those who
grees, have no blue blood cir Monday, but the first lesson is
sion suggests that anglers
are unable to secure it for themselves. In the case of spiritual
culating thru their veins and i scheduled for Tuesday at 9:30.
on road conditions be
Releases Chinook check
the paternity of their kittens 1 Barbara Jesse, who was the in-
freedom, there was only One in heaven and earth who was equal
fore they make plans for the
is somewhat of a mystery. In stiuctor for the Oregon City
to the task, and that was Jesus Christ.
John Parvin, superintend high lake excursions to make
addition to cats galore this es Dancing Majorettes, will give
ent of the Federal Fish Hatch sure which lakes are accessi
When our national freedom was jeopardized, only the young,
timable young woman loves instruction in ballet, acrobatics
ery on Eagle Creek, announces ble The U. S. Forest Service
the strong, the very best of our society, were equal to the task.
and has a number of other an and line work. The fee is 50c
the first batch of salmon fin- issues wekly road and trail re
imals which also make a great per
gerlings hatched at the new ports. and the Oregon High
hit with her two children, The
shop at the
plant were released Tuesday way Department has informa
Allyn Jr., and Margaret grade woodworking
in the hundreds of thousands, and the Korean War added many
will be open to
and Wednesday. A million tion on other highways of the
(Peggy,) two dandy kids,their all 10 school
thousands more. It is estimated that by 1960 there will be
years of age and older,
seven hundred thousand of fall state.
favorite right now being some both girls
4,000,000 disabled veterans in America.
Chinook were released into Many of the high lakes will
poliwogs properly housed in adults. This and is boys,
Eagle Creek to find their way be icebound on the May 25 op
the house. It is easy to guess portunity for fathers to work
to the ocean. They are expect ening. In addition, many trails
that Dr. Geraldine, Allyn Jr. with their sons, or mothers to
they paid as a debttthey rightly owed. Most of them arc like
to migrate out of the stream and roads will be blocked
are the wife and children of come in and make something
the recruit who asted the recruiting officer in World War II:
with snow. The popular Paul
Dr Allyn Price, Estacada they haven’t been able to get
ina lake is free of ice, but
physician and surgeon.
snow remains in the camping
dad to make. The only cost is
East lake should be
Swiftly came the blunt answer: "Wounds, scars and perhaps
We see more of Louis E.Bel- The grade school band will
fishable by the week end. Ang
fils as time goes on. He i« stag ’’.old rehearsals during the sun»-
are urged to leave trailer
remain free.” ._ r
Jerry Hale has joined the lers
ing with his mother as much rner months also. The advanced
to avoid traffic
corps of engineers building the problems behind
as he can. He is a good piano band will rehearse every Tues
“That’s enough,* said Jpe boy, “sign me up.”
about the only
dam up the river He says he parking to be had
tuner. His father was for sev-, day and Thursday at 7:30 p.m.
is along the
likes the job real well.
ei. years cashier in an Estaca for their performance in the
Jerry Hayden who is in the
da bank quite sometime ago. Junior Rose Festival parade on
of the lake basins in
the debt we owe these noble men who bear wounds that well
Army and stationed in Texas, the Most
Louis became quite well June 14. After June 14, stu
Mt. Hood area are still
has had a furlough and spent snowbound.
might have been our own.
known over the country for dents who were beginners last
Anglers can get
most of the time with home within five miles
Jiis table tennis playing and year will rehearse on Tuesday,
of Lost lake
On this Memorial Day it is fitting and proper that our thoughts
has won a number of champ and the advanced band Thurs
via the Lost lake road and
should not only be with those who were killed on the fields of
ionships, tournaments and days.
Mrs. Zella Cadanau fell in within three miles via the lake
battle, but that we should remember those who were disabled in
the bathroom at the home of branch road. The skyline road
There will be three baseball
her daughter, Mrs. Loren Cyr into Olallic will not be open
entered in league play
families, use every means at our command to make
An Estacada boy is on his teams
us and broke her shoulder a until the latter part of June.
their lives richer and fuller, and finally, that we
Roads tire passatile including
way to a fortune. In forty league, coached by Bob Cody is
should rededicate ourselves to the great principles
years he may take the place of sponsored by Park Lumber Co.
Mrs. Helen Graham, clerk at the Austin Hot Sprins. Badger
of freedom for which they exposed themselves so
Vern Sutton in the Estacada This team is made up of boys
the Food Lockers, has resumed creek at Bonny crossing, Har
bank. The boy went to his sis 13, 14, and 15 years of age. The
willingly; that these Disabled American Veterans
her duties at the store after riet lake. Kingsley Guard sta
ter’s beau and told him that league is part °f a nation-wide
going thru a severe attack of tion, Larch mountain road and
shall not have been wounded in vain.
the McCubbins gulch r«ad.
his sister gave him a quarter program and the players if se
to tell the beau that she was lected to the All-Star team may
chasing around with three ot participate in the playoffs in
her fellows. The beau then Portland, with the successful
Legion Gets Chair for Hospital Loaner
gave the boy a quarter to tell team going on to the Babe Ruth
his sister that he spent his World Series in the east.
spare time with three pretty The Peewees. coached by Joe
girls. The sister then said sh' Barr
and Dr. Allyn Price, and
would give the boy fifty cents the Midgets,
coached by Tom
if he could find out for her my May, have
the names of the hussies her workouts and are been
beau was going with so she the Clackamas County
could scratch their eyes out.
Midgets- opener is on June
The future looks very good fi The
8 at Canby. at 7:30 p.m. and Eagle Creek School National Honor
Cub Scouts Have
nancially for this boy.
the Peewee’s open at West Linn
June 10, at 7:30 under lights.
An Estacada woman who has Boys on the teams will be sell Commencement
for Our County
heard gossip all her life decla ing tickets to these games. The
res that there are three dif- : money goes to finance our own GRADUATES SEVEN
Estacadc Cub Scouts had
ferent types; the vest button ! teams.
Eagle Creek school graduates Agent Inskeep
their last pack meeting for the
type - always popping off, the The Church Softball League formed
vacuum cleaner type - always will be run as it was last year. day, May 21, with six boys County agent for the past 31 season Thurs. eve., May 23 in
picking up dirt, and the lini- j All pastors and coaches inter flanking one girl graduate on years, was chosen as one of 25 the city hall. John Abbott was
cub master. He awarded
ment type - they rub it in.
ested in this league are asked the grade school stage. Barbara extension workers in the Uni acting
to meet in the grade school mu
received his wolf
The old timer says that not ! sic room at 8 p.m. Friday, June Mrs. Virgil Nelson, was the lone ceive the Superior Service Hayden
one gold and one
so long ago one of the men 1st to make plans.
girl. The boys were: Stephen Award from the United States badge and
arrow; Terry Hayden
living in the gulley wrote to a Tennis instruction and a ten Bryant, who lives with the John Depatrment of Agriculture.In- silver
received a wolf badge; Max
mail order house as follows: nis tournament are included in Woodcocks; Danny Nelson, son skeep is now in Washington,D. Klaetsch,
“Please send me one of them the plans. For additional infor of Mrs. Cecil Heyne; David C. where he attended the rel Dobbins a bear
a lion badge, one
gasoline engines you show on mation and scheduling, see this Paine, son of the Robert Paine; award ceremonies Tuesday at gold and 2 silver
page 785 and if it’s any good paper or the bulletin board in Louis Scates Jr., Stephen Wil the Washington Monument Brown a bear badge;
I’ll send you a check for it.’Tn the breezeway at the grade son, son of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Grounds.
a wolf badge; Don Ma-
Wilson, and Richard Woodcock Inskeep is the only Oregon Brown
a day or two he received the school.
pes a bob cat pin; Doug. Show-
following from the firm: ;
award winner to attend the erman one silver arrow; Bill
“Please send us the check and MRS. PROCTOR DIES
Guest speaker was Wm. R. honor ceremony at the nation’s Platt a bear badge; Chris Barn
if it’s any good we’ll send you ! Mrs. W. A. Proctor, Jr., well Jones,
Estacada high school capital. He was cited “for a wolf badge; Bill Barton a
principal. The invocation was outstanding success in helping es
known in this community for given
badge and one gold and
the Rev. Walden Ask- rural families develop a grass wolf
many years, died May 22 at a ren of by
Barton. Each of the grad land program that rebuilt one silver arrow;
A fellow who everybody Portland hospital. She was
knows around Eagle Creek bom in Tennessee on Feb. 1, uates took part in the evening’s worn-out soils and a depressed There were 40 boys and 26
was standing at a bar declar 1844. Her maiden name was program. Music on both piano economy into a prosperous adults
ing that he could drink any-
and accordion was provided by crops.”
were served by Den No. 2, 3.
thing and'Jet away with it Pearl
the family moved west sical number was a flute duet He was further commended Meetings will be resumed in
“Did you ever have any troub-! After Proctor
lived in Hillsboro by Frank Proctor and Karen for “far sighted and preserv September.
le with dyspepsia?” somebody Mrs.
Madras before coming to Triplett,
ing leadership in pioneering a
Estacada high school grassland
asked him. “Only once,”’ he and
Orient in 1916. On Jan. 1,1918 students from
program that tripled
Several shouted she
married W. A. Proctor, Jr. School principal Wm Dick- production of the area's poor
We had better luck with at home. This wheel chair
“When was that?”“ln school.” I at Cottrell.
picture. Last week, we was purchased with commis
came the answer, ‘.when I Surviving are her husband,
only able to reproduce sions earned from the Curtis
Paine, Barbara Nelson of Oregon county extension
tried to spell it.”
W. A. Proctor, Jr.; a son, John David
in a picture taken Publishing Co. magazine sales
and Stephen Wilson, in that agents, was graduated from on Camporee
W.; one grandchild and three order,
Forman. Folks in our area. Dr. Allyn Price
scored top grades in the Purdue University in 1921
People going by the Hitch brothers: J. M. Bettis and class. Louie
to used his influence to secure it
Scates was cited with a Bachelor of Science de John Grove accompanied 9 Mrs. Forman. We happened
ing farm on the northeast edge Charles Bettis of Boring; W. J. for perfect attendance,
his hospital supplier
as were gree in animal husbandry. He Boy Scouts of Estacada Troop but we believe it was faulty through
of Estacada lately have been Bettis of Portland; and two eight other school pupils.
wholesale which benefit he
mystified by the change in ap sisters, Mrs. L. R. Lauderback Refreshments were served to began his career in Kansas 210 to a camporee for two light.
passed along to the Legion.
pearance and the calmness of Gresham and Mrs. Eliza the graduates and guests afte* that same year and in 1926 days and nights last week to The above picture was taken Hap Dooley is handling ap
that prevails. It seemed to beth Payn of Banning, Calif. the exercises.
came t<y*Clackamas County. He the fair grounds at Canby.The at the same time of Mrs. John plications for the Legion’s
them that the laws of nature Funeral services were held
served contiuously since, boys camped out and did their Abbott and Mrs. Forrest Er available hospital equipment .
had been violated in some way last Saturday at 11 a.m. with
the exception of one year. own cooking.They received 2 ickson displaying a new add Anyone in the Union High
and it took sometime to make vault interment in Forest Master of Alienee in agricul 1941, when he took leave of red ribbons and one green rib ition to the Legion’s growing School District in need may
(Continued on Page 6) Lawn.
ture at Or^on State College. absence to earn his Degree of bon for efficiency in camping. equipment for the hospitalized contact Hap.
(W ritte n e sp e cia lly fo r the D .A.V.—the Idento -Tag o rg a n iza tio n )