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Clackamas Counts Jîetos
In Its Fifty
Volume No. 53
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’ Estacada, Oregon. Friday, Aug. 2. 1957
Hew U. S. Fish Hatchery Located on
One ei$ag!e Creek's Many Beauty
Single Copy IQç
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Spots in the Bodge Countryside
This Person & That
Estacada's greatest day was
in 1912 when an attempt was
made to create Cascade County
out o f a portion o f east Clack
amas county. With a w ell or
for several weeks all Clacka
mas county knew there
something going on and in the
eastern part it was bitter,heat
ed and, on the part o f some,fa
The sores made
that time were years in heal
ing. A ll kinds o f stories have
been told o f what happened in
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those turbulent times, many of
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which had no truth in
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The one about the fighting and
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rioting is the Estacada 'saloons’
every night by bitter partisans
is all false, as there wasn’t a
beer parlor open in the town
for the state of Oregon
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dry as a bone.
An Estacada j
band pulled a parade in Port
When Emil and Katharine Poikila settled on the from around ten men employed. The production of fingerings are reared. Del Carver is shown giving
land every few days
to upper reaches of Eagle Creek east of the Dodge the plant should run around 6 million fingerlings the fish lunch with a unique arrangement of a
converted potato ricer fed by compressed air. The
why this was done. The oppo- j district, their imaginations could not stretch to take per year. This includes salmon and steelhead.
osition charged it was a scheme
fish are fed three meals a (lay.
to run floaters in
from the | in the changes thvt have come to this beauty spot
The secluded location does not lend itself to
city to vote.
Estacada spent with the installation of the U. S. Fish and Wild of the hatehery layout. The big building in the
in the Life Service’s big new steelhead-salmon hatchery. background is a hatchery and administration buil a great number of visitors, but to the adventurous
John Parvan is hatchery superintendent with ding. The ponds in the foreground is where the who find this bit of heaven, it’s worth the trip.
tive was sent all
county to contact voters. This
During the absence of Meta
led to some scandal whicn was
TO OUR SUBSCRIBERS
Kiggins, the NEWS w ill appr
enlarged upon by partisans.The
We hope that you folks wh0 I
eciate your reminders of any
Underwoods have some pict
have received statements
item ot news value we might
ures o f the banners on Estaca
the mail this week w ill come
not have received.
da streets. There are very few
in immediately and make pay
people livin g here
NORBI.AD ANNO UNCES
ment so we shall not be forced j
w ere here then.Sam Barr was
C O AST G U ARD EXAM S
to discontinue mailing you the
among those present and says ■
Smith acted as
Representative W alter Nor-
paper after next w eek’s issue, j
it never was as bad
rge Rowan, route
president o f the Estacada Rod blad (R-O re.) announced today
State O fficer Don Bergin re If there are any credits or pay- j James
stories were. The proposition
& Gun Club at
their regular that the competitive examin
your subscription 1, Estacad*) died Wednesday
was badly beaten. It carried in ports that a head-on auto ac ments on
st week w hile
meeting July 25. President L. ation for entrance to the
have re- , afternoon; J
E=tacada and Currinsville, was cident two miles east o f Eagle that you may not
Rivers was absent to attend a 'Jouit Guard Academy will be
Ge<wge and^ ceivtid, please call us so
the) <jt work e
about even ts Ghtefleld. but in Eera PaGt near
held nationwide on
all other precincts never had a north o f Estacada at about 1:30 matter may be adjusted.
Mr. Rowan, a resident of the
Twenty-four members were an d '25, 1958. These examina
PM Sunday, sent three to the
The Rebekah Lodge
many ! regularly last Wednesday .July
Oregon City hospital with min
tions w ill be given in 111 cit
Final plans were made for ies.
years, was bom on July
25. 24, with 26 members present.
Raymond Lovelace was the or injuries being suffered by
1902 at Oregon City. He lived
A card o f cheer was sent to the annual Sports Show
best ball player Estacada ever two others.
in Clackamas County his entire Mrs. Martha Myers wh0
has drawing to be held Sept. 19 at ed the
Bergin said that cars driven
had and many an expert says
life, in this county. He was a been in ill health for sometime the Broadway theatre. There young men who choose this 4-
he is one of the best that Ore by Douglas Edward Rambo,16.
farmer and self-employed car
It was announced that there w ill be four major prizes:First year course which leads to
gon ever produced, and Ray route 2, box 549, Estacada.and
penter. His father, Mark P w ill be a reception at Molalla a Remington automatic 30.06; commission as a career officer
mond alone is responsible be Boyce C. Sanders, 41, of Eagle
pioneer o f on July 27 in honor of Mrs. Ed 2nd, heavy duty spin rod and in Am erica’s oldest
cause he never played in but Creek met almost headon on a owned bv Lookabaugh narowly j
Clackamas county, was boin na Olster. A ll Rebekahs are in reel; 3rd. a light duty spin rod service and
just a handful of league games. blind curve with Rambo going escaped injury last
Thursday in this county and also spent vited to attend
and reel and 4th-
a portable Science degree.
He played locally and in a few west and ran into the Sanders afternoon when fire o f undeter
his entire life here.
A joint Odd Fellow-Rebekah camp refrigerator boxes.
A candidate for the next e x
bush league games before Port car. Fortunately, Bergin
mined origin broke out in the
Surviving relatives of
the picnic w ill be held
Sunday, ; addition there w ill be about amination for the Coast Guard
land o f the Coast league grab ports, both cars were going at undercarriage of his truck as it
deceased include his widow. Aug, 18 at Eagle Fern
Park. 60 other prizes donated by the Academy must be single, must
bed him. It wasn’t long before about 25 miles per hour when passed through Eagle Creek.
Opal Hazel, whom he married This includes families and the merchants o f the area.
have reached his 17th but not
he was let out.
A number of they hit. Both cars were tow
The driver, Calvin Fultz of at Stevenson, Wash.,on Decem j Theta Rho Club.
Plans are progressing for tl his 22nd birthday by July
local fans, including the may ed to Estacada.
The refreshment committee target range at Eagle Creek at 1958. and must be in excellent
Mrs. Sanders, 41, suffered a Portland, was driving his load ber 23, 1949;; his mother, Mrs.
or, visited the Beaver boss in
abrasions ed truck (Donna's Support No. Emma Taczioli, Otos; two sons for the evening were Lester & Perry Puth’s property. Perry physical condition.
Portland and asked for reasons lacerated forehead,
8) northward when bystanders and a daughter, Robert E. R o Ann Underwood.
and is giving the club the use
A high school niploma is the
and tney put it straight. A big to her right knee, lacerations to in the center o f
Eagle Creek wan, Red B lu ff Calif; James Charles Kitching and Irma and the property for the range.
minimum educational require -
league player right now but he the left knee with
ment, although high school sen
won’t obey orders and keep in and bruises to the rest o f
beneath the cab.
at home; two brothers, Frank
The membership enjoyed a to supplement the work o f the iors assured o f being graduat
For example, the body. Her daughter, Darla, 12,
visit from Mrs Leila Edwards j Oregon Game Commission In ed by June 30 are eligible
Beavers are in Portland with a suffered a left foot injory and Len Verberg, also sighted the o f Wamic and John, Portland.
Funeral services w ere held : of the M rytle Creek Rebekah trout propagation
by using take the examination if
schedul her son Gerry, 16, suffered
to w ill have at least 15 credits by
last Saturday at
the Peake , Lodge who is a
past Noble small
ed. Raymond fails to show up fractured right foot.They were and shooted the alarm to
at the ball park and after some | taken to the Oregon City hos truck driver.He pulled to a stop ' Memorial Chapel in Milwaukie Grand and Past District Chair- streams to release legal length that time. A ll applicants must
with interment at the
Logan I man. Mrs Edwards is presently trout into our stream.
have three units o f English,two
inquiries it is found out that he pital by C layville ambulance.
There w ill be a joint potluck o f Algebra, and one in
I visiting with Mrs. Elsie Hale.
Rambo suffered a nose
in and jumped clear just before cemetery.
is in Estacada, and up all night
picnic with the Western Rod Geometry by graduation.
Just indifferent, just jury and Sanders also had mi ing o ff its cap and sending
& Reel Clob on Sun Aug 18 at
“ There are no appointments
‘forgets.’ Knows he is a good nor lacerations. Passengers in jet o f flam e and
R iver M ill Park. A ll members, or geographical quotas for en
ball player and thinks that re the Rambo car were Bob Beis- black smoke high into the air.
trance to the
gardless o f what he does
Boring Rural Fire Dept, re
Academ y” Norblad said.
w ill still be a good player; lia 16 o f M ilwaukie and
sponding to the call, was
urge all qualified young men
ble to be found in a back
able to save the truck; but the
who are interested in a worth
somewhere with the small boys
slightly charred log load
while profession to w rite for
when he should be down at tre
later towed to its
details and applications as soon
ball park in center field.
T y SPONSORING BEST
intact by another truck.
I as possible either
Cobb was his favorite ball pla
BOOTH AT FAIR
of the Estacada grade school i Guard Headquarters in Wash-
yer so it was natural that if he
has resigned to accept a po 1 ington D. C or to me,
PARK LUMBER TEAM
ever had a boy of his own
sition in Seattle Mr. Cody .prin House Building, Washington D.
would be named T y Cobb.This 100, I OOF. is again sponsor
WINS SECOND PLACE
cipal, s accepting applications C. Applications must be post
T y didn’t take to baseball. He
W e have
for the office secretarial pos marked on or before January
lives in California, and has
a mas County Fair.
good job. His mother was Hel acquired double the space used baseball team won play
en Lovelace, a beautiful
and for this project last year. This game for second place in the
Sunday afternoon was a holi
accomplished young woman of endeavor is sopnsored and f i North Clackamas Babe Ruth
Lodges o f
day for the employees o f Hor
Estacada Just a fe w years back. nanced by
Clackamas County, also Gres
ner’s Market so that they could
B R O A D W A Y TH E A TR E
ham Lodge No. 125, the Junior ed the Grimshaw team o f M il- '
When a felow in the com- \
waukie 4 to 1 on the Estacada
PR O G R AM OF WEEK attend the combination picnic
Lodges and Theta Rho Clubs.
munity has the reputation of
Now playing Wednesday thru given for all Big Chief
Mt. Hood Encampment wish diamond. Robin Cody went the
Broadway employees in the Portland area
es to take this means o f thank full seven innings
times when you go to him and
only two hits.
Theatre — ‘ White Feather”
a and the Wadhams
demand an explanation you get ing the several lodges o f the Estacada catcher, led the hit-
bright and colorful story o f the crews Mr and Mrs Dave Hor
IO O F for their donations
one o f the surprises
Cheyenne Indians in the Gold ner. Mr, nd Mrs John McRae.
Rebekah 1 ting wth two solid hits.
life. When it was put up to our
Rush days. Filmed in Cinema Mr and Mrs Ray Tracy, M r and
Lodges are also to be com pli j league standings at tne end of
local celebrity he first caution
the league play was;
technicolor with Mrs Lloyd Bergman and
mented for their cooperation
and Mrs Frank Snbrnski and
ed his audience that his name j Rex Bledsoe. Chief Patriarch y
some outstanding new stars
1st— Concord won 8; lost 2
be with held because
Robert Wagner and Debra P a all their families went over t0
Mt. Hood Encampment No. 100 2nd— Estacada won 8. lost 3
might get to hanging around
get. Jeffrey Hunter and Hugh Avalon Park near Tigard and
Milwaukie- won 7, lost 4
him wanting to be dominated.
4— Oak Grove won 4, lost 6
O'Brien lead the mighty Chey report they had a
Here is the secret o f his long
5— Oregon City won 3, lost 7
John Lund I ‘ ‘me
and happy wedded life
6— Milwaukie Lions won l.lost
plays the army
Speedy Recovery, M E TA !
‘•We agreed when
w e were
charge o f calvary who must re
married over 30 years ago that
The Estacada team was host
prospectors Kerr and Robt Mitchum, a ma-
my w ife would make all
Last Sunday around 3 p.m., Charles Hartley of from entering Indian territory | l ine and Sister Angela alone
to the Milwaukie
minor decisions and I'd make
The Upper Clackamas River team for picnic asd swimming ( Portland, and his son-in-law Eai‘1 Gower o f Colton before the peace treatv is sign i on a Pacific
the major ones.
She buys the
at Cody’s residence after the |
ed. Second feature is 'Slander'-
were enroute to Colton with a pickup and trailer a daring expose o f means and ; behind enemy lines Filmed in
clothes, the automobiles, gro- Chamber o f Commerce picnic game.
color and cinemascope on T o
series. etc. She pays the taxes w ill be held at Rosalind Lake
load of hay. Between the Highland and Elwood methos used by one o f the no- bago Island o f the British West
and in fact handles all the mo Park near Snady, Sandy. Aug
SQUARE DANCE NEWS
intersections on the Highway, they became aware
Direction arrows w ill be
ney and also told our children 11
M erry Mountaineers' picnic they had a problem - - their pickup load was on have recently been seen on the
posted to show the w ay to the
N ext week starts Wednesday-
newsstands. A good cast pre “ The True
park. There are
ten tables, wiU be Sunday, August 4th at
Story o f
couldn’t do. Meantime I set
by James" a cinemascope picture
grills, sanitary facilities,
be Eagle Fern Park. Dinner at 1 fire - - apparently from an exhaust spark. They sents a fine show, headed
tled all the m ajor
and with Robert Wagner,
sides swimming and
recrea P M ., dance to be held
after managed to get the trailer unhooked. You can see Van Johnson. Ann Blyth
such as World W ar One. W orld
Hunter and Hope Lange. Com
wards Bring your own eating by the picture what happened to the truck.
W ar Two. the Suez crisis and tion. Boats without power are
Sunday through Tuesday __ panion feature— "Edge o f the
allowed on the lake. A11 m em 1 utensils.
what to do with the hydogren
The Clarks Rural Fire District truck controlled one we have been waiting -to C ity” a suspense story that w ill
bers are urged to attend
The next regular dance to be
you — "H eaven Knows keep you on the edge o f
are welcome to bring friends held August 20th.
the grass fire along the road and saved a grain crop. bring
Continued on Page 5
with Deborah seat
Local Folk Injured
Rod & Gun Club
in Eagle Creek Car
Sport Show Next
Odd Fellows and
Month, Sept. 19.
Leg Truck Catches
Fire on Highway
Pickup and Hay load Burns
School Job Open
Attend Your Show
C. of C. Picnic to be
at Rosalind Lake
For Young Men