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Clacfemnaô Count? Jîetos
In Its Fifty-fourth Year of Publication
Volume No. 54, Number 2
Founders Day will be obser-
ved by the local chapter o f the
Estacada P T A Thursday, Feb.
20th in the
The meeting will be
called to order at 3 P M. by the
A gi.yla program is
planned to honor the past pres-
idents o f the Estacada
Mrs. Virgania Garrett of
high school, program chairman
will present a program in hon
or o f the event.
It is hoped all mothers in the
community will come and take
part in the meeting as the at
tendance in past meetings has
been on the decline.
Estacada, Oregon, Friday. February 7, 1958
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1 O R E S T L M
S E , K
R \ V I H C E r, M E N
MUEI.LF.R ON H ON O R ROLL
A T U.S. N A V A L A C A D E M Y
Joseph B. Mueller of Estaca
da, a graduate of the Estacada
Union High School, Class
1955, in his first year at the U.
S. Naval Academy at Annapo-
? s. *s on the Superintendent’s
the term s end. The Sup-
erintendent s list is the honor
r°H °t the Academy and carries
Mueller has has just recovcr-
ed from pneumonia for which
he was hospitalized in the Nav
al hospital in Annapolis.
TRIBUTE TO OUR "FAPER BOYS
$3. 00 Per Year
ARE G IVEN A W A R D S L e ^ l O n 0 5 1 « U n i t
Lloyd R. Olson, Supervisor
j of the Mt. Hood National For
est, has announced that
Mt. Hood foresters have been
Carl Douglass American L e
the Regional gion Post and Auxiliary Unit
Improvemest £ £ la s? Monday “nIghT with
Commit - large attendance of both groups
tee for new ideas designed
The Legion Post welcomed
improve the efficiency of the several new
initiation has been set for Fri
The recipients of the awards day night, Feb. 21st. They also
were Lowell R. Gilbert, Cullo- voted to cooperate with
wash district $30; J. D. Peder Rod end Gun Club to sponsor
sen, Clacakamas River
Road a pancake feed.
'Safety Inspector $10 and Har-
Chairman Lucille Jenkins of
ry E. Jarvis Jr.
and Rueben the p,ia,.c b „ f Dimes received
Sullivan of the Hood River dis the sum of $66.98 from ^ the
trict, $25 each.
‘ benefit dinner put on b y ' the
Forest 1 Post and Auxiliary.
Service Management Improve -
Membership Chairman Mrs.
ment Suggestion Program
is George Armstrong of the A u x
constantly improving its opera- iliary reported 143
, tion. Employees are encourag- | and introduced
| ed to submit their ideas.
Johns as a new member.
R U M M A G E TO BE PICKED
UP FE B R U A R Y 8TII
There will be
drive on Saturday,
8th by the Church
mage will be picked
is useless to you will be suit-
aole for this rummage
Used clothes, dishes, trinkets,
anything you don’t use
more. The rummage sale w ill
be held on March 8th.
proceeds from this
rale will be used to help
Youth with their
banquets and many other ex-
penses in which they have to
pay f or.
I initiation o f 20 new members
| o f the Auxiliary will be
at the same time as the Legion
¡Post initiation on Feb. 21 at 6
'P .M . in the hall.
! Fleming, district 9 president
A total of $356.48 was turn
A Seed Growers meeting for will preside at the
ed over to Mrs. Lee Faust,Or
those in the area who are inter iniatiaion and
egon City, secretary
o f the
h, Id at Springwat ¡will be presented to members
March of Dimes as a result of
er Grange hall on Friday, Feb. | with continuous
the Mothers' March on
T!--. r-o"*ing will start ai for 5, 10, 15, 20 years
in Estacada and fringe areas
iO A. M. with lunch served at | Americanism Chairman Mrs.
on Thursday, Jan. 30th. This
noon. Men from the Extension Ray Gordon reported placing
^ Staff i f the county and
state rules ioi the essay contest
which the marching
w i1! h*c* present.
the Grade and
collected, $10 contributed
¡Mrs. Allyn Price reported
.Child Welfare and
bers in their
diapers, two layettes,
night, and $64.08 which
[ hold appliances and
local American Legion A u xil-
The Central Panthers ram-
¡mounting to $61.12. If anyone
iary Unit No. 74 turned over bled to victory over Estacada’s
1 has used bedding
as proceeds from the
annual Rangers by a score o f
! give, it will be placed in a very
March of Dimes pot luck din- ■ Friday, Jan. 31st.
The Estacada Grade School needy home.
ner for the public which they 1 Moving ahead 22-12 by the
Tigers were beaten
by the Civil Deiensc has a home pre-
sponsored on Sunday, Jan. 26. end of the first quarter,
ciosest of margins as the Ore | pardness course, which
It is not too late to
make Panthers were never in seri-
FIREMEN FROWN ON
contributions to this fund. If 0us trouble,
RO CKET B UILDING gon City Jr. High 8th graders start after March 1st at the Le-
you wish to do so, call
A t half time the
Chief Sagner read a commun-1 scored a 32-31 win on the loc- gion hall. This is truly a Home
Lester Underwood or Mrs.Lem w ere down by 13-38-25. They
ique from the State Fire Mars- jal r£ oor- .
, Defense course. Anyone inter
hall’ s Office last week at the
The Tigers started fast and ested in atending, please
managed only 3 points during
regular meeting of the Estaca- I led through most of the
ball CR 9-3211 for the
to the third quarter.
Eagle Creek volunteers had . this group hires wardens who
T h e ' 8ame only to have the Pion- must have a list wishing to at-
share in this drive was superb. score was Central 61, Estacada their second opportunity to use patrol their areas in coopera- da Volunteer Fire Dent
meir secona opportunity to use patrol tneir areas in coopera- ^ „u n u id a u o w ^ regarding the ■ ers break through during the tend so that Home Kits may be
Special thanks go to Mrs. Hel 40.
the locally-housed fire
-fight- tion with government Forestry communique was legaraing tnt
nuarter with 30
seconds ordered from the Civil Defense
en Crowson for her banner po
Satur- Dept, observation- lookout tow- building of experimental rock-
q u a ^ r with 30
seconds ordered trom tne L iv.l Detense
Darrel Brandt with 15, and ing equipment early last
ster notices for the Mothers’ Vern Tavecale with 14
were dav evening when they resp- ers and maintain fire-trucks lo- -‘ ‘ts hy the teen-agers. Anyone e'* ' n I*}e Bam® , Y',I\ hy one office.
March for Polio which
were the leading scorers
o n d e^ t to a
a c call
a l T for
f o r help
^ this l purpose.
doing so will be held for
Community Serv.ce, Mrs. F.
a c - Point. The local lads dom.nat-
several broad visiting Panthers.
Estacada the Bert Barnes’ place on Dou-
W e are well aware o f
some count under the Oregon
backboards as they
a are out and anyone in the Es-
windows of local business es was led by 12
points from glas Ridge .Rt. 1, Eagle Creek.) other local areas, besides the wo^ks law
Curly Kitching and
A r n ie ; sli* ht edge throughout
the tacada Union High dist. is eli-
fresman Robin Cody.
Buck Fire destroyed a small “berry above- mentioned which
city foes. The gible to use th hospital equip-
W e salute
following Kirkbride and
W ally Miller pickers” cabin wheih was u se d ' equally low on fire protection, I Anderson were new members Same over their
added to the department. Dis- largest lead was 3 points and ment free. Contact Mrs. Dool-
mothers who marched: Kathy followed with 10 and 9 points
as sleeping quarters for
Mr. j There are
cussion was held regarding Es- | usually this lasted only brief- I ey or Mrs. Adolph Still,
Baker, Clara Brown,
Peggy i espectively.
Barnes’ brother Edgar.
The showing exact boundaries
tacada’s participation in
The only time the Tigers
Mrs. Minnie Forman, poppy
firemen arrived in time to save each local fire protection dis- i Clackamas County
Firemen’s I' 'ailed was when
final chairman, reported on receiv-
Assoclation here on March 17th score had been reached. This ing 2200 poppies and tannoun-
G raff, Lucille Harbert, Lucile BRID AL SH O W ER FOR
MISS DELORIS W O LFE ings trom the fire, which was rurai resident of the Estacada i
Following the adjournment was the first loss in six games ced poppy day would be May
fanned by high winds.
area inform him self as to which
Droeram lor the Tigers.
23 ana 2 4 . Mrs. Adolph Still,
Ruby Norton, Frances Oberg.
Miss Deloris W olfe was the
tire district if any,
he belongs. cha iirnan showed films for the
The E- G - s - b °y s will try to rehabilitation chairman,
Mary Rals guest of honor at a bridal sho
This occasion brought to our
tax sup- benefit of the department.Vern Set back on the winning trail , how poppies are made by the
Kay wer on Thursday, January 30 attention a little-known fact, If he is outside of any
ported fire protection district
Ann, Underwood. at the home of her parents, Mr
as . host
for „ , the against Molalla this Friday at I veterans in the hospital
namely that there is
a lo n g l;t ¡s probably berause at
3:30 on their home court .This ' how much it means t0 patients
Anne Harbert, Jim and
Mrs. A . L. W olfe.
The section o f territory, including timc . iu. districts were formed refreshments while
m y Keller.
hostesses were Corrinne Wenz j t h e a b o v e a r e a i t h a t i s not in -| ejther (1)his _e
'¡H a rtw ig ’s name was drawn for will be a league game and the | to have a means
1 igers will need to win to pro mone.y and to aid in
use o f
v v v ■ t
, asd Marjorie
Am ong Glided in either the Boring o r ! se,v settled to be considered or ,hr next meetin«-
tect their league leadership.
crippled hands; how the money
Mrs. F. E. Erickson left _last those attending were Nancy the Currinsville- Cazadero Ru- ' 2 f the mai ority o f r^id en t^’^
Thursday for Washington, D.C. and Janice Barry, Charyl W ag ral File Protection Districts.In t)le arafe fe’|t that the vaiU(,s 0f meeting and the
department Gary Barden and Mike Carl was held in restricted accounts
She will attend the
i .. .
a visitor, son led Tigers scorers with 7 for veterans and their families,
Security Committee meeting of "o r Marilyn McGrath, Phyllis th ^ case the Eagle Creek t o e ; 1 Rre protection were outweigh-
and how the
their share of the poppy sales
Ihe American Legion
Auxili- Goble. Bevery Mitchell
t*le a<*^et* taxat i°n -
ing Districtl did answer ^ t h e ^ n y group Qf residents wish to
in hospitals and child welfare.
ary. From there she will go to
call as has the Boring truck on 1 come into an organized
Ridgefield, Conn, to visit rela
The ladies made
Miss Deloris W olfe was pre
occasions in the past. The un- | protection district they
tives. Forrest had a note from sented with many lovely gifts.
for the wheel chair parade at
protected area to which
we (jraw up a petition to dc
her wi itten as she was travell
the camp domiciliary at M ed
Miss W olfe announced
her ’ efer is bounded on the south j w hich w ill then be placed
ing through W yom ing saying
ford. More flowers
it was really winter there.
made at next work day.
by the Eagle Creek (or a sec-
W e submit this information
Mrs. Adolh Still, chairman,
The Estacada Garden
Club The Estacada Garden
Lon-line which closely follows | jn hopc that it w i|1 proye he,
rummage sale for
I met at the City Hall at 1 P.M. and Estacada Feed & Seed will ¡has set the
'h e Creek,) and on the north
Feb. 3 with the following hos hold a horticulture clinic at the \ April 18 and 19. Bring
by a fairly straight line runn |
tesses: Hattie Qualls and V io l Estacada City Hall in the near ¡you don’t want to the Legion
ing east (and west) from Eagle 1
future. F eatured speaker will [hall.
Creek Grange Hall. This “ no- ] Eagle Creek volunteer fire et Bolliger. The president Ber-
. Smith of the Clackamas | Next
man’s land” broadens as it ap- men take this opportunity
to nice Miller opened the meet be
Seed Growers to
Meet F r!., Feb. 14
Win fro mLocals
Oregon City Wins
from our Tigers
Rural Fire Protection Problems Focus
on Vicinity Unprotected Rural Areas
Garden C!ab Plans Garden Clinic Date
for Spring Work t0 be Set Soon
Governor Sparks Scout-Goodwill Drive
proaches the Dover area. It al-1 extend to Estacada’s volunteers | ing by having the club
. ^ tenglora, S61^ 106- M r-
6 3 0 PM. with Dept. Pres,
Smith will present a program Mrs. Anson Ingels and
so includes the m ajor portion the sincere appreciation of the °ne of their songs ‘Howdy.’
Charles Huggins as spec-
o f the George district.
Eagle Creek community
for \ The highlight of the
and ial guests. All members asked
The rural fire department at bringing the Currinsville-Caz - ram was having
Mrs. C. W. gardens, lawns,
to attend this
Sandy will answer summons to 1 r.dero Rural Dept, fire fighting Wagner from the Audobon So- 1 “ !‘ r car<‘
la fire in any part of this e x - ! equipment to the scene o f two I ciety o f Molalla who showed | 1 ms pre-notice is given so membership is growing.
tended area that is near enough previous fires in
Eagle Creek slides and gave a very inter- ,hat
with problems may show the officers what a grand
to Sandy to be reached in a rea- during recent months under the esting talk on birds. Mrs.Grace
.7le m ,iat the meotlnK t’ unt’ 11 o i
j sonable time.
agreement with Still had a wonderful display j ^ S m i t h w i l l ^ answer
your Auxldary members we have.
questions to the best
In case o f fire which serious- Boring Rural District. Joining of seed catalogs which was in-
“ FO RTY G U N S” A T THE
: ly endangers timberland in any in this expression of thanks are structive along the line of hor-
Virgil ticulture. Mrs. Florence Lamb
iural area the Clackamas-Mar- Millard Trullinger and
Now playing at the Broad
1 ion Fire Patrol Assn, may
be | Courtain
whose properties were reported on bulb forcing
and WILL SPONSOR A
way Theatre— the taming
brought one of her specimens
| called. During the dry season 1 amaged in these two fires.
JAPAN ESE DINNER
the Arizona territory with Sam
to show the club.
uel Fullers version of
T A M A L E SALE S A T U R D A Y
Roll call was answered by -pnosored by
Fresh chicken-tamales, made
members naming their favor-1 church of TSod on Saturday, Guns’ filmed in
by Eagle Creek Ladies’ Aid,will
ite game bird. There were 27 | February 8th at 6:3 0 P.M. The asd technicolor.
headed by Barbara Stanwyck
be sold this Saturday. Feb.8 at
members present. The regular j dinner will be held
the Clackamas County
reports were given
from the Grade School Cafeteria. A Jap and Barry Sullivan with Dean
office, beginning at 10 A M.
standing committees and
the' anese menu is planned. There Jaegger and John Erickson.An
I The Ladies’ Aid will meet at
o a a Grapplers
general business take care of. will be no charge but a free exploo've drama of Arizona in
Rangers their ” \fter a interesting meeting the j
I860 with Miss Stanwyck play-
:l*e Eagle Creek church Friday, the Estacada
will offering will be taken dur ng the hard riding hard hitting
Feb.7 to make the tamales and second defeat of 27-22 It was club adjourned.
local residents who wish
to a thrill packed
political boss o f Tombstone.
Japansese decorations will be Second hit- Science fiction-tcr-
buy the tamales directly from start to finish.
Molalla won the majority of
' the church kitchen on Friday
-o r from outer «pace. ‘The 27th
NORTH FORK PROJECT
p ovide the disner music. Also Day’ vtth Gene Barry
m ay do so from 2 to 4 P.M.
Ihe light weights. Stan K aw a
LUNCHEON FEB. 19
erte French. A spell binding
moto received a forfeit.
y ¡.nd the ” 27th Da y” news
Tho monthly luncheon for
Ftevo Dahrens d»cisioned
The Japanese dinner is clim- cl el., to scientific fact and au-
man is 122 The Rangers start ‘ he North Fork project wives
the aving a month of study on Ja •henticity.
ed to roll in the 140 lb. when ■ ill he held Feb. 19 at
pan. her people and the Chris-
St rts Sunday through Tues-
Herb Moore, 147, pinned his American Legion building at
the dav— pat Boone in
Bring a guest, but tii n work in Japan
kid in 1.15 of the third round 12 neon.
Call Church School.
LO V E ” with Shirley Jones and
his must have reservation.
Louis Hansen,69 o f George Do ig Rambn necisinned
All friends of the church are Dolores Michaels. In c. lor and
Colleen Braton CR 9 3816;Fay
passed away Wednesday morn m 0 to tie the score 18 18.
orf to mako their reserve-
Caldwell CR 9-3939; Lorraine
einem.'scope we find Pat
ing at his home.
? by rolling
Rev. Moore -iving at his uncle’s f m. He
Richard Kecth, 168 lb. re- Col.' CR 9 4126.
He is survived by his wife
immediately m ales
Reservation must lie in by
Troop 56. 1608 N. E. Stanton Stella and two daughters, Mrs. ;e°ived another draw to tie the
with h s une''s
while George Dorothy Epperon of Portland ¡¡.roie ag: in 2!) 20. G»ne Hriole Fett 17.
mn«t be celled In by morning
friend in the neighbor
M ? Larry Mead” finds
King. 27 year old
paraplegic and Mrs. Virginia Anderson of r^^^ived another
ef Feb. 18 or you will be
dinner gues ts Sunday at Zi H.
Goodwill employee looks
on. Three Lynx and 5 grandchild make it 22 22.
into cp< n. ib'e for the lunch. Come
V -v *
'D ■ >8 >rjp Girl’
ren. Funeral arrangements are
home o f Mr. and Mrs. Ray
The Governor issued proclama
the las m.-Rct'. Darrel Coever out and eat, visit
All Nicht’ both
lion setting aside Saturday.Feb under the direction o f Clayville
m at Oiegor1 City.
om W . n.
our younger set.
8 as Goodwill-Good Turn Day, Chapel, Estacada.
Governor Robert D. Holmes
becomes first Citizen of Oregon
to contribute clothing to
Scout drive to help
industries. Gov. Holmes discar-
ded jacket into the Good Turn
bag o f
Boy Scout Tom Moon,