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C L A C K A M A S CO U N T Y NEW S. E ST A C A D A , O R E G O N . F R I D A Y . M A Y 31, I M I
Mrs. Tony Buhlinger enter- school graduation
o f older
ed Portland Sanitarium
on daughter Irene, but baby Mar-
Monday for surgery.
Her daughter Mrs.
(Starley) own commencement
for the same day. The hus-
Ma- DeSmith arrived here on Sun-1
(Mrs. Heyne’s parents,Mr and Fred Gaylord. Bob and
Virgil and Edna day night with small son Scott ky Mtte newcomer, who wie-
Mrs. Stoner o f Oswego.
the family Shed in at 9 lbs. 10 oz., has one
Nelson, Lee Proctor. Walt and to help care ior
and he-man brother. Chuck, of the
Joanne Burnett was
home Ruth Smith and Alice
Zakr- during Emma's absence
help with any needed nursing u - s Marines. Maternal Brand-
from O S.C. last weekend
attend her brother Tom’s high
after her return home.
are M r and
Mrs. Lewis Rivers was a del
This Saturday evening June Charles Lard of Portland. Her
pp ffp.iinaiinn i,i,i. . . i
er graduation guests of Tom's egate from Estacada Rebecca 1. is the monthly social night other grandparents live in Ger-
were his uncle and aunt. Mr Lod«e to the Grand Session at aJ Eagle' Creek GraTge T m , many,
and Mrs. Ronald Burnett
of Bend during la t week
beginning with 6:30
n s Sunday, May 26, an 8 lb.
6 30 pot luck ° On
baby boy was born to Mr. and
Portland, and their son-in-law
Al Downey. The family gather Frank Tachero,,
The World Fellowship Clr- Mrs. Glen G. Carter, of Eagle
ed at Grandma (Maude) Burn- Sunday includeed
thre . of cte will hold its June 6 meet- Creek, at Portland Sanitarium.
ett's house for Friday nite din- Frank’s sisters (Mr. and) Mrs. I*!®._nu.rs: 1 J 1.
al lne At home he will find a big sis
ter and two brothers. Grand
Ron Emmet Welling of Salem. M>«. home of Anne Judd.
parents are Mr. and Mrs. S. C.
aid returned to Eagle Creek ta Lucy Boring and Mrs. Violet
Carter of Estacada, and Mr. and
do some needed garden werk Hessel o f Gresham, a brother.
Mrs. B. C. Anderson of Eagle
for Mrs. Maude Burnett.
George Perret and his
» if -,
The newest airival in
the Creek. Glen’s sister, Edith La-
Among those from
Eagle and a brother-in-law. Dr. H.H.
Hans Lensch family of Eagle cey of Dallas, arrived Sunday to
Creek who attended the An Ott o f Gresham.
Creek, is another girl.
their help care for the family for a
nual alumni banquet of E 1:t-
Weekend guests of the Lon (ith. who met the world
last few days.
cada high school on Saturday nie Smiths were their son Er Fri. ,7A.M. May 24, at Emman
Mr. and Mrs. Fremon Arbuc-
night were: Janice Buhlinger nest and his family from N v uel Hospital. Mrs. Lensch had kle, who moved from Eagle
Jo anno Burnett, Tom Burnett port.
hoped to witness
high Creek to Portland this last year
anounee the birth on May 10 of
their third child, a boy, Leon
Mr. and Mrs. Glendon White,
o f Oregon City, became the
parents o f a baby boy, then-
first, on May 4. The mother is
the former Helen Webb of
Eagle Creek, a graduate o f Ei-
tacada high school.
NEIGHBORHOOD NEWS NOTES
I’ atly Jo,3, Danny,2, and ba-
The Earl Wilson family last
(By Margaret Ross)
week moved back again to
Last Thursday Eagle Creek their home across
hool had its » » annual
» » • ! closing
closinë “ùelr " om,e i,c™ss
school had its annual closing chureh, after living for just a
the b e t w school
few weeks in a hol?se on
e e n the
t h e kids
A ball game
„ . „
and the adults highlighted the oad to Eagle Fern Park.
Guests at the Virgil Nelson
The many friends o f Mr.and home arriving
were Edna’s uncle and aunt,
Mrs. Bob Judd are welcoming Mr. and Mrs. Otto
their return to Eagle Creek, from Chicago, who have been
after an absence of three years, touring the west for the past
Bob. who recently bought the month,
farm of his uncle, Oscar Judd,
On the previlous Tuesday a
went back to Long Beach,Cal
if., to move his family, return large number of Barbara Nel
ing Tuesday, May 21. Accom son's relatives witnessed her
panying him in his truck were graduation (among these her
daughters, Linda 8, and Mari uncle) the Carl Swanson fam
ily of Portland.
lyn 7. His wife,
Graduation guests of Danny
flew up to Portland with small
Nelson were his grand parents
(By Leila Gordon)
A wedding reception will be
at the Grange hall Sat. June 1
for the newly weds Mr.
Mrs. Jerry EllisILinda Nelson)
All friends and neighbors
are invited and especially the
Class of ’37. Dancing will fol
low the reception.
live in Portland.
anus shot following the
S eorge Notes
(By Mrs. Joe Wiederhol
Mr. and Mrs. E. Guthri
Hale Guthrie drove to
Island Sunday t0 visit
sister, Mrs. OUie Woods
tained Sunday afternoon
honor of her husband's h
day. Guests were Mr. and
Kathy Guthrie and Mr.
Mrs. Roy Maxwell.
Mrs. Paul Beck and dai
ter, Paula Jo and Reed C
ey of Milwaukie, spent Frl
and Saturday at the home
Mrs. C. E. L
Mrs. Elizabetli Chaney
visited with her daughter
family .Mrs. Joe Wiederh
Mrs. Austin Moe entertai
a few friends Tuesday ni
after her son Lowell’s grad
tion in honor o f his birthd
Guests were Mr.
Floyd Foster, son
and daughter Mary. Mrs. J
Wiedcrhold and children J
eph and Marcia.
Mrs. Austin Moe. son Lo
ell and Mrs. Clara Eppers. h
mother, drove to McMinnvi
Wed. and spent the night wi
her niece and family, Mrs. R,
Springwater spent Sun. wit
Darla Sue Sanders.
Clarence Smith and son T
by of Estacada were Sun. a
ternoon callers at the Oouehi
Mr.and Mrs. Joe Wiederhol
and children were Sun. after
noon visited at the Jack Jess
home at the Fish Hatchery.
Joanne Burnett was recently
tapped for membership in Phi
Chi Theta, a business honorary
society, of Oregon State Col
lege at Corvallis. Joanne, the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Shir
ley Burnett of Eagle Creek, was
a 1955 graduate of Estacada
Tom Burnett, upon his grad-
ution from Estacada h i g h
Mr. and Mrs. Hap
Donley school received the Bausch &
' I visited at the Bill Retmers and
mb Honorary Science award
Ray Gordon homes Sunday
! at the final
Charles Plummer, formerly
of George, and father of Mrs
Middleton) was buried in T.in-
I coin Memorial Park He died
in Portland Mav 23
Mr. and Mrs. Larry Fortner
left Sat. for a visit with Ethel’s
First stop will be at
Klamath Falls for a short visit
with Mrs. Janie Petrovich;then
Carson City, Nevada,
and John j
Metcalf are holding down the
for while they are away.
Gene Ray had a lnr«p splin
ter removed from his leg
the doctor Sat and had a tet-
, FRED SCHEUHORH W aywkoeuier modilnlgt, teaches Donald Chenoweth how to zero-In on a target bollseyas
: tm ardent yortwntnh Fred b currently helping to convert a vacant warehouse into a community rifle range fct
1 %ringfleid, Oregon «barebe resides with his wife Eleanor and daughters Susan Marie II and Judith Ann T&
NOICE OF lfl.17-1 1 F ’ '-l
a-- • >4 305 to
In accordance with the provisions ef th
2M 4251 notic" It h-rpby given that the
tret .....l-elt -
1 n compliance
Cazadero Rural Fire Protection District c li S tna County.
with said law, prepared and adopted ett M ' 9. 19
ens-dni riser.' ve - I it' v l, 1957, to June : 7 195fl
7 p nt In lit V F '
are hreeby notified that on the 13th ft v of -me, IP
Curri navi lie Oregon, said budget es* -n;
and any person sub.r t to the prc.iot 1 to
or against said proposals.
a Pu l r - '
iSlrned:' ALLEN M m i.LTN , iCh
(Secretary Budget Committee!; JOI'
ORAL M STORMER. i Member F
Budget Comm'ttee' ' WILLIAM F COOAN, <Member Budget Committee •
Current Year's Expen
Prior to Current Y. .r
Fu nd and Expenditure
1st 6 tvn.
Tnd. Acc Comm
1 - -
1 e,1 1 ?
25.— Oiflcc Gu. pl'sj
• ,0 0*)
Equipment . . . . ........ 4 800 .00
32 — Heat .................. ........
3.425 26 Emergency . . . . ____ 1.391.69
if M I KPTS
meet one of your forest industry neighbors...
FUND AND RECEIPT CLASSIFICATION
Estimated I or ’57-’5S
Oeneral Fund: Estimated Beginning Cash Balance ....................................... $ 1.000 0)
T L. 1957-58 .......................................................................................
SUMMARY OF ESTIMATED EXPENDITURES. RECEIPTS AND T A X LEVIES
Tax Levy Calculation
Total All Fund4
Total Estimated Expenditures (Section A, Column 6» .......... $ 9.298 00
Total Estimated Amounts reserved for use after June 3o, ’57
Total Estimated Expenditures and Reserves ............................. 10.298.60
Amount Necessary to Balance Budget ....................................... 10,298.60
‘ Add est. amt. ’ 57-'58 Taxes that will not be rec’d 6-3o-’58 1,000.00
Total Levy .................................................................................................
1957-1958----- S e ctio n I)
TA X LEVY BREAKDOWN
Inside 6 % Limitation and Not Exceeding 4 Mills ....................
SECTION E The outstanding indebtedness of the District at June 30. 1957 was;
Nature of Obligation: Fire Trucks ........................................................... Amount $4.800 9)
An active participant in church, sports and other local affairs,
Fred Schellhom is typical o f the 160,000 men and women who
Forest industry pay checks work
for everyone. The average fam ily
spends $100 of income like this:
work in the Pacific Northwest’s forest industry. lik e Fred, who
Food.......... .7 7 ..7 7 7 7 7 .. $ 27
paying citizens o f communities located near their work.
Housing..................i . . . . . . . . . . .
Autos and transportation . . . . . .
has been with Weyerhaeuser 8 years, m ost are permanent tax-
In total, forest industry people in Oregon and Washington
earn about 700 million dollars a year, spending most o f the
money for necessities and luxuries. Their annual clothing pur
Home furnishings.......... ...............
Medical and personal c a r e . . . .
chases alone, for instance, amount to about 63 million dollars.
Taxes (income and property)...
This is but one example o f how the industry’s payroll dollars help
Recreation, savings, insurance,
Estimated from U.S. Bureau o f Labor Statistic«,
Survey o f Consumer Expenditures based o s
average wage earner family of 3.4 persona.
stimulate almost every type o f business in this area.
Today, the forest industry is the basis o f about one-half o f
our regional econom y. In the years ahead, its payrolls and many
other local business expenditures will continue to contribute to
econom ic stability and prosperity in the Pacific Northwest.
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