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Volume No. 53
OFFICIAL OPENING OF SPRINGWATER
HILL ROAD SET FOR SATURDAY JUNE 8
Saturday, June 8, at 2:00 P.
M. w ill be a highlight in the
history of the Estacada area W hereas, the health of every
and a tribute to the perserver- man, wom an and child is of vi
ance and persistence of the tal public concern; and
prom oters of the easy-grade W hereas, the economic w el
road up Springw ater hill, fare of all people residing in
along DuBoise creek.
our state is of param ount im
Fred B artholom ew one of the portance; and
long-tim e boosters for this
W hereas, nutrition research
new road has been in charge of ha«- fully established m ilk and
the planning of the formal cel m ilk products as essential to
ebration of the road opening. the health of every hum an be
This route was surveyed 2u ing, regardless of age; and
years ago by the State H igh W hereas, the m onth of June
w ay D epartm ent. Unitl 5 years has been set aside each year
ago the only progress m ade to honor the dairy industry for
apparently was conversation its contribution to the w elfare
until the S tate Highway Dept, of m ankind and to place spec
took over and w e now have ial em phasis upon calling the
th e culm ination of their fine attention of the public to the
efforts in this beautiful sec goodness and nutritional val
tion of w hat is know n as the ue of dairy foods;
Now, Threfore, I, Robert D.
The program as planned w ill Holmes, G ovrnor of the State
start dow ntow n Estacada w ith of Oregon, in full appreciation
a num ber by the Estacada of the opportunities herein
G rade School band under d i presented for constructive p u
rection of Joe Barr. The band blic service, do hereby p ro
will m arch out to where the claim the period of Ju n e.1957,
new road begins to be “ jere j as j une D airy M onth for the
shortly before 2 P.M. ” Fred S tate of Oregon, and do urge
B artholom ew w ill introduce every citizen of this state to
Johnny C arpenter who will be ioin in observance of June
m aster of cerem ony. The no D airy M onth, to the end that
tables to be present for intro we may all increase our appre
duction and brief speeches ciation of dairy foods, im prove
w ill be Gene H untley, director our health and our own finan
of personel and public rela cial wellbeing.
tions for th e State Highway In Testim ony W hereof, i
D ept.; A. G. Skelton, division have hereunto set m y hand
engineer; the respective m ay and caused to be affixed the
ors of Estacada, M olalla and great seal of the State. Done
Sandy; together w ith others. at Salem this 23rd day of May.
M ayor W einrich of Estacada 1957.
w ill officiate at the cutting of (SEAL) Robert D. Holmes,
the ribbon th at will officially Governor.
open the road.
By the G overnor
M ark O Hatfield,
Secretary of State.
BOX HO LDE R
In Its Fifty-third Year of Publication.
Estacada, Oregon, Friday,
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Vc: k cn Lam SpUlwa; w ith Tunnel Start Shown
FOR M O N D AY
The Estacada Union High
School and Estacada E lem ent
have been busy w ith several
special m eetings this w inter
and spring discussing the
school needs of the tw o dis
tricts. It was decided by both
boards that they would follow
the recom m endations of the
Citizens com m ittee off 22 lay
citizens on a long range pro
The Citizens Com m ittee re
commended th at the Union
High School District sell the
high school building and pro
perty except the stadium and
football field and build a new
high school building th at
would accom odate not less
than 500 students. They also
recomm ended that due consid
oration by given to using the
grade school land th at was
al was conttructed after a rec purchased a year ago north
C onstruction continues to on the spillway which it begin are being set.
progress at the N orth Fork ning to take shape. Work is The picture on the right is ent cave-in that held up work. west of the high school bulid
Dam. The picture a t the left alto progressing on the other of the portal of the Cazadero- About 300 men are presently ing for a future high school
wat taken of tahe w ork done side w here the diversion tubes Faraday tunnel. This new port efployed on both projects
W ith these recom m endations
in m ind an appraisal was
m ade by an unbiased apprais
com m ittee on the high
CHILDREN TO GET POPULAR COUPLE ing
Testing of New
school building and property
including the stadium or
Phone Plant Near Election June 1 7 SUPERVISED P LA Y WED IN CHURCH not
football field. The figure set
T he annual school election C hildren age 6 to 10 are in- ~ r n r
Each board is follow ing the
League Opens Play 108 w ill be held on M onday, cada Sum m er Recreation Pro-1
Lay Citizen's C om m ittee rec-
W ork around the Estacada Ju n e 17th. Purpose of the an gram. Miss D elores Schleichert The Estacada M ethodist om m endantion by calling for
telephone office is going along nual election is to elect a new high school physical educa C hurch was the scene Friday bond issue elections for the
as planned. The new dial board m em ber for a term of tion teacher, will teach the evening of the w edding of people to vote on M onday .June
equipm ent has been installed five years, to replace one out children craft and art w ork Miss Judy Mae W atson, daugh 24th. Voting w ill take place
and is ready to be tested. *
going director. W. H. (Bill) and supervise free play on the ter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack W at at the Estacada Union High
The telephones th a t have C arnes of the Viola district playground facilities. Class son Sr. to Stanley Gene Dmy- School and at the Estacada
not been installed as yet will will have filled, his term of of es w ill be held 9:15 A.M. to 1 tryk, son of Mr. and M rs. E d G rade School tw o to eight P.M
be installed by the first of next fice and w ill b ike outgoxag^P.Ji. each, M onday, ’ Wednes- w ard D m vtryk. Rev. Violet The m ain purpose of the
legion & Auxiliary
grade schooT election is to Is
m em ber. Mr. Carnes has been day and Friday through June. TOlTiger offtrTated.
On the evening of Ju n e 15th petitioned to run for reelect They w ill start this Friday, The bride given in m arriage sue bonds in the am ount of
the new system w ill go into ion and has accepted the nom June 7th at 9:15 AM. Children by her father, w ore a w hite $200,000 to acquire classrooms
Elect New Officers Church Soft Ball I operation.
over full length by purchasing the high school
From now until the ination.
are asked to m eet her in the lace ballerina
gown, w ith finger-tip building. If the elem entary
The local A m erican Legion League Opens Play i big day the phone crew will be Anyone who wishes to run breezew ay betw een the prim satin'
I testing the lines and new pho- for board m em ber should be ary building and m ain build veil caught by a crow n of m at- school bond issue is passed and
A uxiliary m et M onday even
ching lace and seed pearls.She the high school bond issue to
ing and elected the following At a m eeting held in the ' nes. W hen your new phone petitioned by a certificate of ing.
carried w hite orchids on her construct a new high school
officers: Mrs. John A bbott, G rade School last Friday, rep I rings, please answ er it. Your nom ination signed by not less
does not pass, the elem entary
will be appreciat than ten legal voters and his
president; Mrs. George A rm resentatives from 8 churches cooperation
Miss Jcanine Hale, maid of school lroard could use the
strong, 1st vice-pres; Mrs. Al- w ere present to enter their ed..New telephone directories acceptance be on file w ith the HUNT CLARIFIES
honor, wore a pale green taf- bonds to construct a building
D istrict Clerk. Mr. H. C. San-
lvn Price, 2nd vice-pres; Mrs.
s in the church soft ball will be m ailed out the last of de
reta ballerina frock and car to house 8 or 10 classrooms.
Adolph Still. recording sec: team
in connection w ith the this week.
ried a nosegay of pink and District No. 108 in Estacada is
Mrs. Forrest Erickson, corres league
school recreation pro
w hite roses w ith baby breath. short 2 classrooms this year.It
ponding sec:Mrs. L arry M eade grade
Mr. L. J. Anderson, Publisher The
bridesm aids, dressed like closed school this May w ith
treasurer. Instalaltion of offi known they wished to enter
the honor attendant,w ere Miss 681 students. It is estim ated
cers will be Aug. 24th.
Shirley Stith, and Miss Linda th at over 700 students will en
Officers for the Legion Post
D ear Sir:
was decided at the m eet
M archbank. The flow er girl roll next fall w ith approxi
were also elected the same as ing It that
ring bearer were tw ins, I m ately 60 additional students
reported nom inated at the every T hursday at 6:30 P M. m a n s
by the local A m erican Legion ing rum ors about weed control and
and M ichael Conrey. each fall for the next 10 years.
M ay m eeting w ith exception starting Thurs.. June 13 w ith Estacada Garden Club in- , A uriliary, w ill be held at the in Clackam as C ounty and I M ichelle
W atson, Jr., brother of W hich means tw o extra class
of Ray Gordon who was elect four games being played at stalled the follow ing officers i Legion hall Thursday, Friday would like to clarify some of the Jack
was best man. and rooms per year will be needed
ed finance officer in place of the same tim e until each team for the vear 1957-58 at their | anfj Saturday. June 6. 7 and 8. the false inform ation as fol the bride
w ere D elbert Kig- to keep up w ith the influx of
Please bring your rummage.
has played the other 8 teams.
children in the district.. The
Mrs. M innie Form an, poppy Some of the rules draw n up I Miss B ernice M iller; 1st vice- Sack lunch at noon each day.
1. Is the Weed Conral P ro The brides m other
school building has 18 to
chairm an of the A uxiliary,re- | by the group w ere as follows: p res- Mrs. Hugh W allace; 2nd
gram going to be enforced? ice blue sheeth dress w ith high
s th at could be utilized
ported poppy sales $173.05 and No baseball shoes allowed, no vice-pres- Mrs. George A rm
Answ er: Yes.
thanked her com m ittee for ; baseball bats, only regulation strong: secretary- Mrs. Carl
2. Is the county going to do m other w as dressed in green poses. entary classroom pur
their cooperation. Mrs. Allyn soft ball bats. If darkness is W esterbcrg and treasurer-M rs A tty. Jones Has
j the spraying?
The high school has 380 stu
w hite accessories.
Price, Civil Defense, reported about to intervene it is an au Jam es Lamb. Mrs. Adolph
A nsw er: O nly on CounPP w ith
Music for the w edding was dents this year and w ill have
on identification tags and m a tom atic 5 inning game, oth er Still, D istrict D irector, install
furnished by Miss Anne Har- over 500 students w ithin a 5
ny post m em bers and A uxil wise 7 innings of play. All ed the group.
not-on private land.
iary m em bers ordered brace team s w ill use 38 ft. pitching Mrs. Ray Gordon, outgoing Raym ond L. Jones, Estacada 3. Did the L egislature appro- bert at the organ and Miss La or A 6 proposal
a 7 class
president, presented the group attorney, announces th a t E l j priate a great deal of m oney Donna Anderson as vocalist. room addition to to add
lets. She also reported on as- 1 distance.
The church was decorated
“Bird Songs In Your m er F. W ollenberg has associ- I for tansy ragw ort control?
sem bling an em ergency k it of Team s entering this season's w ith
e candle-light cerem ony high school building was voted
food and first aid.
play will be Catholic Church, G arden.”
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ated w ith him for the practice A nsw er :No. The L egislature for th roses,
snap dragons, dais dow n in M arch, 1955. A pro
Past Presidents C hairm an Springw ater
C arl W esterberg repor- Qf jaw ¡n tj,e Estacada office, \ appropriated nothing for this w ies, ith and
Presbyterian , ted Mrs.
glads, all in pink and posal to extend the Union High
on planting the city hall w hich w ill be open on Tues j program .
reported sending 44 dozen pa Church of God, L atter Day
School curriculum dow n to in
per flowers to the Portland V. j Saints.
G arfield Nazarenes, annuals. The M arek G reen day, Thursday and Saturday 4. Who will do the spraying w hite.
clude the 7th and 8th grades
A. hospital for the Rose F esti M ethodist, Eagle C reek P res house, presented the club w ith regularly from 2 to 5 P.M.
since the County is not?
a Junior High School pro
val W heel C hair Parade. Reg- 1 byterian, Crusaders for Christ, pansies and other annuals and Mr. W ollenberg has been a Answ er:
Each individual ny. Anne H arbert and LaDon- for
also voted down. A
u lar sewing day June 21st.
and the B arton Church.
m em ber of the Oregon S tate property ow ner w ill be expec na Anderson served and Mrs. survey was
in 1955 at a pub
Delegates to state conven-1
since 1939 and is a spec ted to eradicate his own M ary B aker poured.
Conservation C hairm an. Mrs Bar
tion w ill be Mrs. Geo. A rm
ialist in Social Security tax a weeds.The County w ill enforce The brides going aw ay cos m ajority of the people th at
Clara Coffield,asked the m em tion
strong, Mrs. John Abbott, Mrs.
the law and give aid and assis tum e was a green fitted suit a plan of building a new favored
bers to bring tw igs of native eral practice.
Ray Gordon and Mrs. Wm. Rites for William
tance in the form of advice
rath er than a junior
trees and have them proper W ith Mr. W ollenber’sgg's as only. Also you m ay obtain in w ith pink accessories. The school
Christiansen. Mrs. Forrest E r
school or adding class
identified at the next meeting. sistance, Mrs. Jones w ill be ab form ation you need from the newly weds will live in Forest high
ickson and Mrs. Adolph Still
Grove follow ing their honey rooms on to the present high
It is being brought to the le to give this local office ad | County Agent.
are delegates at large.
attention of the club of the ditional tim e under this new 5. Who can I get to do my moon at the coast.
Mrs. Forrest Erickson re
ported on the dinner served to F uneral services w ere held littered streets in Estacada,and arrangem ent.
DAIRY MONTH DOINGS
the A lum ni and thanked all last Tuesday m orning for Wm the club wishes to draw the
Answ er: Call one of the com GOVERNOR JOINS JUNE
for their w onderful coopera L. Fuchs, who died on M ay 29 attention of the general public
at his hom e in Eagle Creek. to this fact. W on’t you as a
1 there is one in alm ost every
Mrs. S. E. Law rence, legis Bill, who lived in this area for citizen of the tow n take pride Forester Burke
1 section of the County or you
lative chairm an, reported on 40 years, has been the custod and help keep Estacada clean?
m ay do it yourself.
ian at Eagle C reek school for
Corsage chairm an reported
the bill w here Social Security the
All spraying of tansy rag
four years. P rio r to the group made 46 corsages Gets Promotion
would be deducted from the that past
w ort should be done by this
w orked as a logger for and 43 buttonaires for the
Veterans pension. T hru the a long he tim
e but if the weeds have
e. He w as bom in G rade School; also decorated Estacada D istrict
effort of V eterans organiza Spring Valley,
not been taken care of as yet
tions and Congressmen, the 26, 1896. He is survived by
should be sprayed im
the prom otion and trans they
bill w ill be m odified and no his 93 year old father, F rank reported on m aking 36 a rran day
m ediately as the tansy rag
ort will be budding and
Fuchs, w ith whom he lived, quet.
Jr. from Estacada to the Zig w bloom
N ext m eeting w ill be an 8 T.
ing soon and w ill be
P.M. m eeting. No host lunch land. W ash.,and a nephew Ro Due to m any fairs and Labor
I m uch harder to kill causing a
Day being th e last holiday of Hood National Forest.
greater expense to the proper- j
after the meeting.
bert E. Fuchs, of Portland.
the year, the club reconsidered Mr. Burke has been station- ty
Clayville Chapel, in Estaca their Flow er Show date and ed at Estacada for the past 5 The
belongs t0 each
da, was in charge of funeral set Sept7 and 8th for their an years w orking on tim ber m an property problem
Rev. Vernon nual show. Mrs. Adolph Still is agem ent and sale adm inistra each land ow ner and w the
Local Shoe Store arrangem
ta n sy 1
tion. In his new job at Zig eradicates this noxious weed,
general chairm an.
ent was at W iliam -' T he program , roses and iris zag B urke w ill be responsible
sooner the County w ill be j
In New Location ette Interm
N ational Cem etery in w ere discussed. Mrs. Jam es under the D istrict Ranger, for the
rid of the weed.
Herm an Banks, local m an
G overnor R obert D. Holmes the G overnor's signing of the
iris and Mrs. G eorge A rm ties on the Bull Run W ater D. J HUNT,
ager, reports th e move of the
Ju n e D airy M onth
him self a real cheese official
Estacada Shoe R epair Shop Moose Lake, M inn , Star-
proclam ation for Oregon. Also
and R & L Shoe Store, Inc. to Gazette: “'As early as 1653 m ents and horticulture were trict.
B urke will start w ork COMING N ext W eek! De- offered by Miss Edith Herron, relaxing after the signing cer
the II. O. O. F. building form there appeared this sign on a judged and discussed by Mrs at Mr.
em ony is Floyd Hopeman, ow
Zigzag Ju n e 10th. The tails
erly occupied by Gosslings. businessm an's door: ‘I have Adolph Sitll. She explained Burkes
on New Swimm ing Pool; program director of th e Oreg- ner-m anager of A lbany’s Snow
plan to move into a
faults and points to be con
Plans are being m ade for a laide aside business, and gone the
in Rhododendron about
Phone Service; School on D airy Council. D airy re- j Peak D airy and chairm an of
new line of w ork clothes and a-fishing,' wheih proves thev sidered in entering roses in a home
freshm ents w ere in order after Ju n e D airy M noth in Oregon.
a bigger shoe stock.