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In Ins Fifty-third \>'kr of Publication
Volume No. 54, Number 1
in Local Shooting
Estacada, Oregon, Friday, January 81, 1958
COUNTY GRAND JURY
lUc Per Copy
Austin Hot Springs Gov. Holpies Pays off Ross Bow’ Bet Weil-BaEy Clinic
Here on Feb. 6
Leads in Visitors
$3. UU Per Year
Will Hold Classes
N ick H inchliffe, Springw at-
er farmer, w ho w as
The next w ell baby clinic Is
Classes in ‘‘Home Prepared-
Last Friday evening,
high j ¡:ist Thursday, on a charge of
scheduled for Thursday, Feb. n es” w ill be held at the Legion
school hazing tactics
resulted . ssauit w ith a weapon to
do com pany was host to more than
sixth, from 9:30 to 11:30 A M. hall in Estacada soon after the
in a 14 year old Estacada high v,0dily harm, is appearing be- 50.000 visitors the past year at
m the library o f the Estacada f i rst of March under direction
school freshman taking a shot fore tjle
Clackam as County com pany facilities, according to
grade school. There are a few of M rsAllyn Price and Mrs.For
at a 16 year old upper classman Grand Jury at Oregon City,
as J - H- Goggin, manager of com
appointments for this date and rest Erickson assisted
w ith a 22 calibre revolver.
we go to press. H e is accused of m unity relations.
w ill be a larger number of op County Director o f
O f four
The older boy had attem pted
excessive whipping of
the succeeding A ffairs- C ivil D efense.
to cu t the younger’s hair Eriday ,-ephew who has been residing areas in operation by the elec
month of March.
tric compnay last year, Austin
aftersoon but had been unable with him.
If interested please
Parents interested in receiv- Mrs. Price CR 9-3211 or
co com plete the cutting. Friday
i-ig this County Health Depart- Erickson CR 9-6980 as w e need
Clackamas proved most popular
with 9,600 visitors.
ment service please call
Mrs. the number that w ill
around 9 P.M. and the older boy
Jim Petersen CR 9-3921 for ap- pate to order the “Home Pre-
Three campgrounds in
w as going to attem p to carry
The accomodn- pardness K its” for each
Tim othy lake area near
out his threat.
The 14 year-
tions include free exam ination from our County Director
crest of the Cascades 70 m iles
old pulled the gun
w ith the
and advice, D. P T. series shots,
The date and hour w ill
eat o f Portland, drew 7610 v is
other boy still com ing at him.
and sm all pox vaccination, all announced later.We are anxious
itors in its first sum m er of op
H e then started retreating with
at no cost for children of
the for w om en hrom all o rg a n iz a t
the older boy after him, turned,
The n ex t Estacada PTA m ee
ages frcm past six w eek s to 3 ions to ta k e p art.
A sother new PGE park,
tired, and the older boy claimed
ting is scheduled for Thursday, Roslyn Lake near Sandy, drew
years. The program has proved
the bullet passed under his arm.
school 4500 visitors w hile 6400 w ere |3j
most beneficial and is w ell at
H e then ran into a neighborhood Feb. 20 in the grade
the counted at River M ill park on f
home where he w as not fo llo w cafeteria and w ill be in
form of a tea honoring th e past the Clackamas river just
Other PTA com m ittee m em
PTA o f Estacada.
bers who ably assist at the clin
The shooting w as reported to presidents of the
ic are Mrs. A llyn Price,
In the spring PGE w ill open
President M arjorie
Schlue a new
Don Carlson, Mrs. Woody M ill-
ted an investigateion resulting
T he E stacad a G arden
and Mrs. Fred M cNally. In-
in apprehension of the young has announced that the
ground at the P elton project,on
form ation m ay
n e x t M otiday Fob. 3.
er boy and the involvem ent of starting tim e o f the PTA w ill the 8-m ile lake form ed behind
PTA the 204-foot high dam on
th, e . f 1,y HaR a t 1 P M Wlth
two other boys w ho had
suc be 3 P.M..
Oregon's Douj^-s fir tree being presented by State Forester Dv ■ hi from am- 0r th ese ladies. ______th *)?
e follow ing hostesses: L ouise
the Deschutes river 9 m iles north
cessfully stolen the gun involv Kickaroo is scheduled for
FO OD SA LE SAT.
L inn. H a ttie Q ualls, an d V iolet
ed which had then been sold to month o f M arch.Details w ill be w est o f Madras. Goggin antici ist week to Ohio Governor C. William O'Neill to make good
The M arian G uild w ill spon- B olliger.
R oll call is to be
the younger boy.
The matter announced later.
pates heavy use of the
Pelton bwi bet.
sc - a baked food sale S a tu rd a y , “N am e F a v o rite G am e B ird.”
is now in the hands of the ju v ESTACADA ROUNDBALL
Feb. 1st from 10 A.M. to 4 P.M T or the p ro g ram Mrs. C. W.Ha-
MEN DEFEAT CANBY
a t th e C lackam as C ounty N ew s £c r o f the
A udobon Society
roundballers pie visited the project during |
construction the past surftmer. 1
w ill sp eak an d show slides on
LAST RITES FOR
| took to tw o units against Can-
b ird s a t 1:30. V arious m em
BORING RT. 2 RESIDENT by^ rld^ y n lgh t’ Jan ‘ 2 4 ‘
A THANK YOU NOTE
bers w ill g iv e rep o rts on b u lb
The Rangers coach
John O w ens of Boring Rt.2,
I w ish to thank all m y loyal
M rs. G race S till w ill
died Jan. 21 at Boring. He was Marshall, rotated h is m en in friends w ho remembered
bave a seed catalog d isplay and
born Oct. 9, 1881 in W ashing shifts everp other quarter to w ith so many, m any
also sp eak on h o rticu ltu re.
w ith in fiv e
ton county, Iowa. On Dec. 20 hold the
cards and messages; also plants,
A rran g em en ts w ill h av e
1904 he married Sarah D aves at points o f their opponents.
Rebekah com m ittee,
Maye Eaton and
A1 A dam son, E staca d a’s sta r p atrio tic th em e and accessories
In th e fin al quarter th e Ran
Lodge m et Wednesday of last M ollie Bates,
full back, had a n o th e r
honor | fay be used.
He cam e to Boring in
1936 gers caught fire and scored 17 and also the m any
w as not
A s present.
Clara Brown gave a report added to his already long list
Women in this vicinity w ho
w eek w ith 46 ip
w here he had been a farm er un points, bue that still
enough, the final score being M any thanks.
Cards of cheer
sent to on the Gresham Lodge installa- <’f
til his death.
____. , ...
, . ,
to the Metropolitan squad for flow er grow ing are invited
Services w ere held on Friday Canby 4 4 , Estacada 39.
Meta K iggins.
those reported .lb Mrs. M able tion, w hich 15
lodge Ule East. West A-1 Shrine foot- Garden Club m eetings
in the chapel of
H ughes. Mrs, 'Martha Meyers, m em bers attended and announ- ball game w hich w ill be played
Funeral Hom e in Gresham.Rev. man for the Rangers w ith
M rs. L ola
Frank ed staff p ractice fo r J a n .
th e last part of this com ing CASCADE RIDERS PLAN
Harry Monroe officiated. Inter points.
C hev ro n and Mrs. Lorraine
The Alpha Lambda
Theta A ugust in Portland.
ANNUAL SPRING DANCE
m ent w as at Carroll, Nebraska.
Rho Girls presented the major-
A1 had already been named
C ascade Riders are planning
Mrs. Mable By y tr w ho w as Tiy degree
D ixie to the Clackamas County and th eir a n n u a l S p rin g D ance to
in- Slaughter (R ussell,) Mrs. Mur- W illam ette V alley
L e a g u e he held at Redland Grange had
d «Mi st A JkS tn a Fiw t te a m s-besides be»- iF d x 22. T hey
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Donna. L ee S c h je n (O sborne J ing voted this y ears most val- lined up and re fre sh m e n ts w ill
F stacad a V olunteer M others
* i ,
* ¿ d v O r a g h ave' a who lives fft O ceanside, Cal. aifd yjJaJe p lay er by his team m ates, he served,
badges will'" w J tM r s ^
S u rp rise P ack ag e sale Feb. 26
w as a b le to be p resen t f o r 'th is - A f te r g rad u atio n th is spring.
P lan s a rc also u n d e r l a y fo r
T he U nit Advisor o f
Co. D, canvass the citv an d fringe ar- h e rn ill ehJ „ 5
! h ° haS
P re s :
**r?’ G crald lne W allace special occasion. T he G irls w ere A1 is to a tten d
O regon S tato 'h e second a n n u a l spring auc
413th InfantryR egim ent.the lo eas on the M arch fo r Polio on
8 w as con- ap p o in ted h e r n ew com m ittees p resen ted w ith a lovely
bible College and w ili p ro b ab ly p u t tion. W ork is b e in g d one on th e
cal Army R eserve U nit, advises eas on the March for Polio As Mr« T w *<=
J ’Ce PiireSldu n t’
l o r *he " Cw te rm
T hey are: w ith th e ir nam e p rin te d in gold E stacada on th e m ap
as his aren a and th e k itch en facilities
that Sid Atkinson, long
tim e Thursday night, Jan. 30th. " rn p ie n t
Uncle Buzz R an d alll has done have been im proved. It is th e ir
resident of Estacada,, has
ap t it i m w ^ ill ^ o be
o rc h
lig h ts sh in in g Ton
' S' j P lesi ^ r ? .a y ~ S,0?*1
th e ° rder C h arim an ,
Good o f th e O rd er C h airm an already.
hope to h av e an even
p o rch
tig h ts m in in g ton, se c re ta ry ; M rs. E d L inn,
E lsie H ale;
P ress C hairm an, Elsie Hale and assistan t chair-
plied for and been accepted to Ron,
----------------1 and b e tte r auction
serve tw o years
active duty rtientinir ™ vm
!! ir w illin v n e «
T to ; ^ auri;r
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»‘« m e o a te s nan a ciever
m e r eD ruary m eetin g of th e year.
w ith the U.
«-’• S. Army. Sid w
‘“ i sh a r p i n th e aid to polio victim s th e lrtn-arv i n ! beer\ glv<in to ; C ap tam , A n n U nderw ood; Flo- gam e w hich all en jo y ed p lay in g local A m erican
L egion P ost
S a tu rd a y evening
report to Fort O rd. California,
d econtinued research against ‘T he A rt of R
J,a F : S*,r and
com m ittee, M able
A fter th e business m eetin g end A u x iliary u n it w ill be held cade R iders m e t a t
the C lub
on Feb.8th in his present grade ‘
i ^ eal ^ .applI?e s s b y
G ladys S to rm er, M arilyn everyone
refresh - in th e L egion hall n ex t M onday house to h av e an ev ening
of sergeant, for
in d octrin ation
e , d re a , d dlSeaSe'
7 _ P ' ^ ,
? IVe" by MrSp W alters; F in a n ce
com m ittee, m en ts se rv ed by M r. and Mrs. evening.
T he m eetin g w ill
fun. V arious gam es,
and processing, after w hich he p r p p V r f TO SHARE
M r l Tfoorii m ir
m cm ucy u f E va Tooley,
G ladys K rieg er, L yod E w alt, Mrs. S u sie M oore preceeded b y a pot-luck dinner re fresh m en ts, etc. w ere in
w ill be assigned to an a ctive ar- | PR E PA R t’ 1 0 SHAKE‘
M rs. E v e r 1 M c K i^ e y ;
“Bu-d D ave E shelm an;
C ondolence and Mrs. Sylvia L aughlin.
a t 6:30 P.M
W atching in th e W est b y Fran -------
m y unit.
ces Stover T wining donated by
w as assigned as a m achine gun
Mrs. Dorothy Carlson;
platoon sergeant w ith Co. D.
i ‘‘L ive Longer and E njoy It’ by
A tkinon is a
Steinchron by American L eg
seven years with the
ion A uxiliary in mem ory
army and has served overseas
War II in the ! T he Estacada Church League John Lamb. Mrs. Dayton repor
areas. | w ill officia ly open on Monday, ted that there had been
book w ithdraw als in Dec. The
W hile a mem ber of this
m unity he w as active in
the Feb. 3rd at th e grade_ school J an statistics are not com plet-
games w ill ed. The desirability o f a book
Estacada volunteer Fire Dept. | gym . ""
see Barton vs. Redland a t
7; drop for convenience of those
The A tkinsons have m oved to Estacada vs. Viola Baptist
On February 17 the world's largest voluntary service organization
at w ho w ish to leave their books
Port A nw eles,
Will celebrate its 61st birthday.
7:45 and Garfield Nazarene vs. at the library on days w hen the
w here Mrs. A tkinson w ill stay
This is the National Congress of Parents and Teachers, whose
library is not open w as discus
w ith her parents for h e present Estacada Christian at 8:30.
nearly eleven million members are active today in P.T.A.’s through-
The gym w ill open at 7 w ith sed and one w ill be installed
until Sergeant A tkinson receiv
the 48 states, the District of Columbia. Alaska, and Hawaii. They
only the team s to play the first soon as satisfactory
es a permanent assignm ent.
will mark the organization’s Founders D....... i a variety of activ
gam e o n the floor.
m ents can be made.
ities aimed at strengthening and exp...........................•«•-,.v,er work
No on e but those
w ho hre
T he n ex t m eeting w il be Sat
in their own communities.
participating on a team
m ay urday, Feb. 22 at 3 P.M. at the
Mrs. Rollin Brown, of Los
enter the building as proper su library. M embers are urged to
.......... ,g with
Angeles, president of the Nation- concept ot
pervision can not be provided attend. Should onyone care to
ri Congress, points out that these teachers.
Since that founding meeting,
for such people.
43,00b JT.T..V: have set the pat
take out a mem bership he
tern for parent-teacher associa the National Congress of Parents
certainly w elcom ed. The dues
Teachers has written an
tions in areas where U.S. armed
Mrs. Forrest Ericksco left on
are $1 a year.
forces have established Ameri impressive record of achieve
Thursday for W ashington, D.C.
can communities overseas. And ment. It includes these activities
w here she w ill attend th e Wo
The first Board of Managers of the National Congress of Mothers
parents of school children in in behalf of children;
m en's Forum on N ational S ec
other nations have sought help
Donated hundreds of thousands (the National Congress of Parents and Teachers since 1925). Left
urity and the execu tive board
right, seated; Mrs. John R. Lewis, vice-president; Mrs. Adlai
from the National Congress in of dollars In scholarships to stu
m eeting o f th e National Am eri
forming similar groups to pro dents planning to enter the teach Stevenson, vice-president; Mrs. Theodore W. Birney, president and
The Tigers of the Estacada
Founder; Mrs. Phoebe Apperson Hearst, vice-president and co-
can Legion A uxilliary.
mote education in their countries. ing profession.
Grade School edged the
there she w ill go to Ridgefield, place Canby Cougars
Initiated a program for the Founder; Mrs. William L. Wilson, chairman of the Reception Com
Founders Day activities, sched
and Mrs. F. Benjamin Johnston.
B y Richard K eeth
Conn, and v isit th e
W ygant score o f 22 to 20 to keep their
uled for February 17, will honor periodic health appraisal of well mittee;
Standing: Mrs. Henry J. Finley, chairman of the Press Commit
two women whose imagination children from birth through high
and Erickson fam ilies. Sh e e x
Mrs. James H. McGill, chairman of the Entertainment
the - Dallas
and concern for children planted school—an extension of the Sum tee;
pects to return hom e about Feb unbeaten record in league play 1 H ppart
Mrs. A A. Birney, chairman of the Committee on
lasrt Friday on the w inners court Friday night to the tune of 31-
the seed for this still-growing mer Round-Up campaigns under Committee;
Arrangements; Mrs. H. W. Fuller, chairman of the Transportation
The tight defense o f the Can 14. The Rangers w eren’t in any
which nearly three million pre Committee;
Miss Mary Louisa Butler, corresponding secretary;
by team had the T igers comple- trouble at anytim e, the Drag-
It was in 1891 that Alice Mc- school children have received
and Mrs. Harriet A. McLellan, chairman of the Literature Com
Lellan Birney and Phoebe Ap- physical examinations.
ens w ere ahead only once and
person Hearst ccnceived the idea
J U IIU J I lU ilv C I 9
ball gam e and alm ost
pulled this w as after
Promoted successfully thou
of a National Congress of Moth sands of school building projects,
o ff an upset w hich would have match when the score w as 11-
ers to promote the health and including preliminary surveys,
dropped the Estacada
crew 10. but
__ _ after
_ this the Dragons
welfare of children by helping educational cam paigns, and I
back into a tie w ith Sandy for picked up only 3 more points
their parents learn more about school bond Issues.
The S an d y Pioneers defeat- the league lead.
¡to the Rangers 21
how to fulfill a child’s physical
Alerted the public to violations |
and spiritual needs.
of child labor statutes, stressed
rirVal , , Estaiada 54‘25
The Tal1 Tigers never
did i Stan Kowomoto picked up an-
They worked bard to interest the need for improved Juvenile |
Tu®*day .J a .n 21 , „
dominate the gam e as
they rther pin t0 give him a season
other women in their aims and detention facilities, and sup
Estacada jum ped off
to a expected to and just
decided rcCord of 9 0 next in line in the
approached the date they had ported sound adoption laws.
quick 4 to 0 lead w ith baskets they were glad to get the win. Rangers top four is Doug Ram
set for the orijmizing meeting
Helped establish child-care cen
py John Woodcock and Wally The only
outstanding thing ho w ith R P.ins
and , g draw
hopes of seeing a hundred ters for children of working
P!lt J hey, managed , t(' about the Tigers in th is game thPn is Richard K eeth w ith 8-1
or so delegates arrive at Wash mothers and worked to raise the
hoW the lead only about h a lf of was their back board
work and Terry Kowomoto 7-2 loss-
ington's Arlington Hotel. But "if standards of all child-care estab
the first quarter before Sandy which has been good all year.
only twenty-five are there,” ad lishments.
pulled out in front to lead
Established and supported pub
mitted Mrs. Biney, "I shall be
The Rangen« w ill m eet one
th e quarter 14-8.
scoring w ith 12 points all
lic kindergartens until public
T he second quarter w as about field goals. Howard B ess back-
More than tw* thousand men support could be secured.
basket for basket and ended in ed him w ith 9 more counters to 'Pbursd?y night,
and women turned out!
Pioneered in establishing and
favor o f Sandy.
In the third alm ost account for all of Esta-
Their enthuslaitic reception of maintaining thousands of hot
Headquarters of the National
the aims, as outlined by the school lunch programs long be Congress of Parents snd Teach
quarter the home tow n Pion- cada’s points,
Founders, and sf the lectures, fore the public in general became ers stands today at 700 North
W inners for Estacada Friday
eers poured on the coal
and The Tigers w ill have to show
discussions, and :onferences that aware of their Importance.
Rush Street, In Chicago. The
scored 19 points to the visitin g marked im provem ent if
they w ere
Stan K ow om oto
up the first meeting set the
Helped to keep the schools open building, dedicated in 1955, won
Rangers tw o.
hope to give Oregon C ity
Jr. John Sanderson, draw; S teve
an award from the Chicago chap
Mrs. Rollin Brown, president;
Both team s
used reserves High a gam e w hen
tw o D am s, decision; Jerry Clark,
m ent Soon state congresses were pression— an achievement for ter of the American Institute of uses giant thermometer to illue-
freely during the 4th
quarter clubs m eet on the Tigers floo-. Decision;
Herb Moore, pin;
founded, and before long the which it received a special cita Architects and the Chics go Asso- trate how membership in the Na
and as the final buzzer sound- The Tigers w il also
host the Doug Ram bo, pin:
origin al "mothers’ congress" tion from the National Education cletlon of Commerce snd Indus tional Congress has more than
ed. the scoreboaid read Sandy M olalla club on Friday, Feb. 7. K eeth, decisios; G ene Heiple,
was broaden«! to include the Association.
try for excellence in architecture. doubled since 1947.
54, Estacada 25.
at 3:30 P.M.
New Meeting Time
for P. T. A.
Garden Club to
Hear Talk on Birds
Local Centennial Rebekaii Louge
Names Committee Heads
for Polio Tonight
to Active Duty
P.T. A.’s to Celebrate Founders Dav
Church BB. League
Will Start Games
IbMillion Members Mark
Organization’s 61 st Year
on Shrine Team
Tear Up Dallas