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Clackamas Count? Jìctos
In Its Fifty-third Year of Publication.
Volume No. 53
Estacada, Oregon, Friday, September 27, 1957_________
Dodge Wreck Victims Still Alive Despite Rumor
and Garfield Grange
fairs Successful As Usual Per Reporf s
Single Copy 10c
$2.50 Per Year
This Perscn& That
No fh Fork D«m
Construction M ark
M axw ell displayed an inlaid
table and chest; also a black
walnut chest he made from a
Portland General Electric’s
By C. T. E.
limb o f a tree in his yard.
Herman and Florence Gohr-
Pete Ballous hobby is leath
project on the Clackamas River ing came to Estacada in 1921
er work and he displayed two
at North Fork dam and the pre and he has been called the pio
hand bags and a number
sent Faraday generating plant neer dealer of meats in Estaca-
tooled bill folds.
just east o f Estacada hs passed da;altho there were a few oth
Florence Lamb whittles birds
the quarter completed mark ac ers before himjbut Herman put
and she had a nice display .The
cording to L. J. Kelsh the PGF in a well equipped market;was
pieced quilt was
a good judge of quality meats
M axw ell and
The 26 perecent
complete and a competent butcher. Both
quilt by Florence Anderson.
work was reached just under a Herman and Florence became
There were many other hob
year from the date o f trial op identified with the
bies and blue
eration for the first generating and social affairs of the town.
awarded to Belle Duus, Jean
unit at the 207-foot North Fork Herman was a Councilman and
Ray and Bell Ray,
Iva Mae j
Trial operation is representative of Estacada on
scheduled for October 1,1958. numerous occosions.
Gene Rays camel saddle was
With the diversion
o f the was prominent in social
the most unusual item display
through fraternal doings becaure o f her
ed. Ribbons in the floral
I sluiceways on
the partially ability and willingness to do
play went to Ruth Westerberg.
completed south bank half of all she could for her neghbors
Gena Ballou, Lora Palmateer.
the North Fork dam and the in- and topromote the good o f the
Bessie Honsinger, Elda Young-
i stallation o f a cofferdam acrors town. A few months ago H er
berg. Florence Lamb, Florence
the northern half of the niver man lost his
canyon excavation w ork
for handicaps him
and Leila Gordon.
the arch foundation could
be there are hopes he can be help
In the fruit and vegetables
j essentially completed
accord- ed and likely cured of his a f
ribbons went to Elmer
[ ing to Kelsh.
The next major fliction.
O f course they have
Rena Daivs, B. Barnes, Mr.and
j stage o f construction w ill be made many good friends dur
Mrs. Honsinger, Harold
the placement o f concrete on ing their 36
Several rumors have had the victims of last week’s wreck at
Lucy Middleton, Elda Young
tht northern half of the
Herman sold his meat
berg, Florence Anderson, Pete
the Dodge and Highway intersection as dead. For the record,
between the partially
raised market to Jake Penner now o f
southern half and the spillway Mt. Angel who added groceries
M erle Wade,
high on the north bank where to the business and employed
Lias is out of the hospital with his broken arm. Veral Collins
concrete placement is 75 per a ll at one time the four hand
Bakery goods ribbons went
cent complete. ,
is still alive but his condition remains grave.
some young men David Horn
to Gladys Prater, Leila Gor
The average work crew
on er, Paul Beck,
W alt Sagner
The Collins car is shown above at the scene of the wreck.
don, Lucy Middleton, Hattie
the combined North Fork-Fara- and
M elvin Whitrock
Qualls, Patsy - Ballou
day project was 539 men last made a hit with the people es
C O ItlO S t û
pecially the young ladies and it
In canned goods and jelly » ' G U I I I V V I I I C 3 I U
picked the cream o f the crop
and pickles to Hazel Harmon,
got ready they
E S TA C A D A ROD & G U N
Rena Davis. Norma Lee, Lucy j
CLUB EXTENDS T H A N K S cream of the crop to marry.
Middeton, Gena Ballou,
Glen R. Fuqua late o f Esta
The Estacadg Rangers
Funeral services were held
cada route one was born April travel up to Evergreen, Wash. I Tuesday afternoon at the Car-
The Estacada paper o f Dec.
We wish to thank each one
Boxes o f fruit and vegetab
16, 1909 near St. John in K an thls Friday f o f theor third out roll Funeral Home, Gresham, of the business and professional 31, 1914 said that the next day
les were donated by Florence
He died September 21. League gam e^ n d the last^ be- for Verne Marion (Jack) Alt, men o f Estacada, Currinsville, ■ Earl Day of
Anderson and Mr. Honsinger sas.
1957 while working at pouring fore the jambdkee with a 2 loss 56, o f Sandy
Springwater; Eagle Creek and would take cnarge o f the rural
and an auction was held after
He and no-win record.
the pot luck dinner with John a driveway at his home.
Mr. A lt was born in Port Barton who contributed so gen free delivery for Route 3, now
2 in place of Eugene Wooster;
Parvin as auctioneer. Bazaar was an employee o f the Estaca 1957 F O O T B A L L JAM BOR EE land A pril 16, 1901 and
has erously to our SIXTH A N N U
da Tel. & Tel. Co. for
about W H A T —
Willamette V alley J
A L SPO RTS SHOW and
the that Day recently passed
items sold very w ell and a sil
six years. A veteran of World
;eneral public who gave their civil service examination with
ver tea was held during the P.
dy. _ August 7
War II he lived in the Estacada WHERE— 3
Spanis!-thanks to h!flfr> Iftmors ami
. _____ .
united in marriage to Eugenia Mr. and Mrs. T y Correll fo r the ment followed. Then the pap
Thé old photos were~a pop area since 1935. H e is surviv-
Shearer*. ‘'JoirttST-'TSTifl HehtOT
ed by his father John Fuqua o f W H EN— Oct. 4, 1957 at 8 P.M. Proctor of Sandy. The Alts use o f the Broadway
theatre. er went on to say that “ w hile
It seems they came out tD do ular feature and the litter bug Estacada and brother Al.
G ATES OPEN at 7 P. M.
¡.have been residents o f Sandy Your combined
route w ill
cooperation people along the
some w ork on their
Services w ere held on Tues G E N E R A L AD M ISSIO N is 75c since their marriage.
made our Sports Show a huge miss Gene’s
and found the fair
day. September 24 at 11 A. M.
Earl has one too.’ Earl
E A S T VS. W EST
1 Jack A lt was active in San- success.
The funds raised w ill be us very well liked
Thanks to all who display at C layville Chapel in Estaca E A S T -- S A N D Y ; E S T A C A D A dy city affairs and had served
Interment in Odd Fellow
and M O L A L L A
as mayor besides a
several ed to further worthy fish and neighbors around his place just
ed and helped in any way and j da.
(B y Leila Gordon)
Cemetery, Estacada; the Rev. W EST — D A L L A S ; C E N T R A L year stint on the City Council. game projects in this
region. south o f Estacada where
fair was for the donated articles and a Violet Bolliger officiating.
and C A N B Y
He was an active Mason and Anyone interested in improv lived and raised
very successful and the hob- special thanks to Della Ewalt
The outcome o f this battle Odd Fellow. His activity in ing fish and game
conditions Earl’s w ife who shared his pop
Roy I who judged the floral display.
bies w ere outstanding.
CHIEF SAG N E R W AR N S
still living. She
mighty forces community affairs
was un and the conservation of our na ularity is
Chief Sagner would like to w ill be seen amid the color and equalled.
tural resources is cordailly in makes her home with their son
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Rickey,
| warn citizens o f the city
and fan fare of the annual W illam
M-Sgt. Sgt. and Mrs. Robert
Survivors include his w id vited to our meetongs held the Don who lives on Pierce street
| rural area about reporting fires ette V alley League
Football ow. Eugenia, who with
R ickey and son and
her last Thursday o f each month in with his w ife and two daught
that it is necessary to :
ers. Kenneth another son re
brother, Fred Proctor,, heads the Legion hall at 8 P.M.
Rickey drove to
1. Talk slow and distinctly.
sides with his fam ily in Rose-
The way they choose
which the Clackamas County Bank
Estacada Rod & Gun Club.
Sunday to spend the day with
2. G ive the location
team w ill play whom: A cap at Sandy; two sisters and four
| burg. Ruth whose last name
M r and Mrs. Jim Rickey.Hel-
3. Route and box if
out of tain from each team from the brothers.
is now Smith has been in Cali
The W ell Baby Clinic w ill be
en Rickey left
fo r Oregon
west w ill draw from
fornia for 8 years with her hus
State Wed. where she w ill be held the second Thursday in 4. The name o f the person’s which team from the east they
band and children.
est Lawn cemetery. Rev. Don
a graduate student.
w ill play. A ll the captains do Lindsay o f the Sandy
i have a fam ily reunion
October (Oct. 10) instead of
A bad example is:
that from the west or from the munity
year at Thanksgiving time.Or-
Lady: ‘M y house is on fire’
al Stormer took
Estacada Union High Junior the iirst Thursday.
with participation o f the San
Fireman: ‘Where is it?’
route in the days aftet Day re
dy Masonic Lodge
Varsity w il meet Colton Jr.Var-
Lady: ‘In the attic.’
I For further information call
tired and did a very creditable
sity Sept. 27 at 8 P.M. Adm is
Then the lady hung up the
B y Dean M cAllister,
Hycada ! job, like O. E. Syron, the pre-
I FIRE DEPT. BOYS
sion Adults 50c; students 25c 'M rs. Jim Peterson CR 9-3921 receiver.
j sent carrier is doing today.
TE ST E S TA C A D A HOSE
Chief Sagner would also like
Francis (B uzz) Randall was
With the approach o f the fall
to point out with the coming
Toughy Boyer is dead. After
• and w inter season the Estacada recognized by L O O K magazine
o f fall and w inter it is neces- Estacada Grade School Tigers Volunteeer Fire Dept, person as being one o f the best centers serving his master
and linebacker on defense
on stant companion Hank Boyer
sary that all ■ local
citizens w ill run into stiff competition nel have been testing.
check ther stoves,
chimneys in their opening game as they
Last Monday and
Tuesday the Pacific Coast. Buzz is one fo r 16 years; he succumbed to
and flues against any
faulty open on the high school
field evenings have been spent test o f Estacada‘s gridiron greats I the evils of modernism and was
connection. A ll w iring in and against a
victorious ing all the hose. Chief Sagner He won All-County gridiron accidently struck
by a car.
out o f the housef the
house; ] Gresham Grade School team,
would like to point out that it honors two years in succession;! Hank and Toughy were in the
He forest service at one time and
be I The starting lineup fo r the is necessary that the local town as a tackle and fullback.
thrown out. Remember
CR j Black Knights o f the Clacka- folk cooperate by checking in also_ set a county record scor saved each others lives several
been times among the dangers o f the
9-4123; it is your friend.
mas is not completely
setted their respective
for ing record that has not
Estacada Volunteer Firemen but is taking shape now.Defin- faulty flues,
upper Clackamas water
and equalled to date.
According to L O O K
Buzz trict some years back.
held their business meeting la s t' ite straters up front are Debert stoves and all types o f electri
Monday. Several important is- j Tank’ Schleichert at
center; cal w irin g which has been neg w ill play a major role in Oreg feels his loss very much
on State’s plans for
keeping who can blame him at losing
sues w ere discussed.
| Bob Turner and 80
John Deets was sworn in two I Dick K linker at
The department is ready to their Pacific Coast Conference the companionship o f the best
weeks ago as a new member.
: with George Dodd also seeing serve the community and it is football crown.
friend he ever had.
Buzz is a junior majoring in
Von Gray brought and fu rn -> a lot o f action: the tackle slots necessary for them to be alert ’
refreshments w ill be manned by
Gary Me and call for any
Please cancel my
help which Physical Education at Oregon
follow ing the meeting.
1 Colough and
M ike Carlson might arise during these
fall State College. He also played order for a size 44 maternity
1st dress that you were going
Firemen in attendance: Sag- with plenty o f assistance from and winter days.
Remember in the Rose B ow l
ner; Gray; Ralph Wade; Baer a big strong 7th grader
Law CR 9-4123 the number o f youri against Iowa. Budz who does deliver to me.
the kicking for
the Beavers was faster than yours.
Wiederhold; Sam and Joe B a rr;! rence Parvin, Ray Dubord.Den- fire department!
Glenn Hartwig; V em Castile: nis Ross and Alan W iley w ill
Volunteers assisting in the this falll played a major part Louis Boeckman.
Red Underwood 1 see action at the
The hose drill
Sagner; \ in helping trounce the Trojans
and Herb Williams
back field had a shakeup this Glenn Hartwig; Vem Castile; j o f U.S.C. 20 to 0 last Saturday.
week due to the Injury o f quar Les Underwood; Baer W ieder— Buzz before graduating from who owns considerable timber-
A U X IL IA R Y HEAD
School lands on Eagle Creek w ill build
terback Gary Barden who
is hold; John Deets; Sam and Joe Estacada Union High
NAM ES COM M ITTEES expected to be out o f
action j Barr; Ralph Wade
and Herb was voted most valuable play a branch railroad
Mrs. Jane Abbott, president with a fractured thumb.Denny Williams
er by his teammates.
He also Creek to
I of the local American Legion Cutsforth has been moved up ]
played in the Shrine game for stream where he w ill build a
Auxiliary, has appointed
the to the signal calling post from
the C ity squad.
m ill and saw the
follow ng committees to serve his halfback spot leaving it op
owns on the creek. Investiga
for 1957- 58:
Americanism- en for the reserves while How
H A R O LD H O Y G A A R I)
tion w ill be made into the coal
Mountain Chapter OES had
Leila Gordon, Child Welfare- ard Bess and Larry Adamson
G O IN G TO PE LTO N DAM beds a few miles farther up on
Geraldine Price, C ivil Defense- have naileed down the starting
Harold Hoygaard who
has the creek and if sufficient coal
Community halfback and fullback positions mer vacaton on Sept. 17 open been an em ployee of PGE Co. exists to work the beds;
Service- Eva Dooley, Legisla The opener for the Tigers it is
since branch may be extended.— (50
ture- Bessie Honsinger,
Giri hoped w il be viewed bh many
1917 has accepted a
position years ago in the Oregon City
State- Betty Cody. Jr. A ctivi- local fans who like good foot Mrs Wyema Cockran o f Three as re lie f operator at the
new Pelton Dam powerhouse of thr
ties- Cynthia Broadhurst, Mem ball. The Bigler coached Tigers Lynx was initiated as a
- A bbie Armstrong, w il provide penty o f action F ri member.
PG E Co. He w ill start work
In a flock o f sheep and
Music -Pan Amercian- Gladys day,
there October 1
flock o f chickens a farmer has
Prater, National Security- Lois Gresham with an almost letter-
Harold was given a surprise altogther 53 heads
going away party one day last legs.
How many sheep and
Winners o f a trip to Europe Angeles International Airport Erickson, Past Pres Parley
men team. Kick o f time is slat
Poppy- ed for 3 :30.
week by other employees at lo how many chickens has he?
for high sales records during a
The M illers are among
3U Minnie Forman. Publicity, V ir
To anyone for information cal powerhouses with cake and Answer: 16 sheep and 37 chick
recent Chevrolet dealers con West Coast Chevrolet dealers ginia Krigbaum. Public Rela sister Mrs. Olive Davis in Cor- leading to the arrest and con coffee furnished by the
test are Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow and their wives who w ill vaca tions- Grace Still.
vollis. On Monday they were viction o f the person or per They gave him an electric sha
luncheon guests in Portland at sons who burglarized the M ill ver as a gift.
M iller. Estacada. The couple is tion in Europe as
Owen Smith has spent some
Mrs er Chevrolet Service the night bought a trailer house to live time on the Oregon
Mr and Mrs. George
A rm the home o f her cousin
pictured just before boarding Chevrolet. A ll are winners of
o f September 16.
in at Pelton Dam.
SA.S "transpolar flight from Los sales contests in their areas
strong visited one day with her Rodgers.
Costinued on Page 5
(By M yrtle Dm ytryk)
fair was a success last Satur-
dy despite that some exhibits
w ere very limited. It was not
ed that garden vegetables were
very fe w due to the dry wea
ther. Some nice tomatoes were
shown by James Martin and
Elwin Shibley; and Fred Hor
ner was very proud o f his e x
hibit o f potatoes, but he men
tioned the fact that unless we
have a good soaking rain, his
supply w ill be limited.
David Hamilton set up one
pf the most beautiful exhibit?
featuring flowers and
with an Eastern flavor in the
bamboo and gold cloth. It was
a very striking display. David
has been working at the Meier
and Frank Co. in Portland for
the past 3 years and I ’m w on
dering if they could know that
they have a bom window dec
orator working in the wrong
The speaker of the afternoon
was Wm. Jones, principal
the Estacada High School. M r
courses being offered this year
at the school, but spoke main
ly about the new reorganiza
tion of the schools which is of
great interest to everyone. Mr.
Jones also stated that
evening classes may be start
ed soon if there is enough in
terest. Classes w ill be in
ping, bookkeeping and sewing.
The Springwater Grange
very grateful to Mr. Jones for
spending his time w ith us.
Vivian Hodgkiss and Young
Tucker w ere
Grangers with the pop conces
sion to raise money for their
Grange and w ith such a warm
day they were doing a big bu
It was nice to see some o f our
form er residents, the Edward
Glen R. Fuqua
Estacada Rangers Last Rites for V .M .
Have Friday Game (Jack) Alt
W ell Baby Clinic
Set for October 10
Estacada Tigers in
The I Woody M illers off for Europe