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In Its Fifty-fourth Y ear o f Publication
Estacada, Oregon, Friday, February 14, J
Voume No. 54, Number 3
A Seed Growers meeting for
those in the area who are inter
ested w ill be held at Springwat-
er Grange hall on Friday, Feb.
14. The meeting w ill start at
10 A.M. with lunch served
noon. Men from the Extension
Staff of the county and
w ill be present.
The visitors’ viewpoint facil
ity at Portland General Electric
company’s North Fork hydro
electric project on the Clacka
mas river was
week to clear the aiea for work
on fish facilities.
L. J. Kelsh, PG E ’s resident
engineer, said the
building was taken down witn
reluctance, but it was impossi
ble to stay on the construction
schedule with the structure in
place. Due to the steep slopes
in the area, the building
not be reinstalled unitl later in
Ample parking space for vis
itors is available
dam, which is now 42 percent
complete. Construction makes
parking at the site very hazard
ous, Kelsh pointed out.
NO RTH FO R K PROJECT
LUNCHEON FEB .19
The monthly luncheon
the North Fork propect wives
w ill be held Feb. 19
American Legion building
Bring a guest, but
must have reservation.
Colleen Braton CR 9-3816 ;Fay
Caldwell CR 9-3939; Lorraine
Cole CR 9-4126.
Reservation must be in
Feb. 17. A n y cancellations must
be called in by morning o f Feb.
18 or you w ill be responsible
fo r the lunch.
Come out and
eat, visit and play cards.
10c Per Copy
Local Kiwanis Club Hears Swimming Pool Facts
$3. 00 Per Year
Near Half-way on
42 percent complete
mark has been reached on the
Portland General Electric com
hydroelectric project and
dition to the present Faraday
power plant on the Clackamas
river, according to L. J. Kelsh,
PG E’s resident engineer.
Concrete placement is con
tinuing on the 207-foot North
Fork arch dam where nearly 50
percent of the structure
been topped o ff with a total of
85,085 cubic yards o f concrete
The Estacada March of Dimes
drive has continued to bring in
returns.The past week lists the
follow ing contributors:
Eagle Creek Grange $3.20
American Legion AuxUiary $2.
Garfield Grange $5.30
A t Faraday where principal
work at present is the comple
tion o f a nearly half-mile long
diversion tunnel to replace an
existing wooden flume,the first
stage of tunnel lining operat
ions is moving forward.
Golden G^ove T?t!e
The tunnel, which has been
driven through except for a 25
foot plug section, which
were forced to come from be
J remain as a temporary precau
hind the last half to defeat de
tion. is receiving the first sec
53 to 50,
tion of its permanent concrete slugging flyweight* boxer, won
Saturday, Feb .8th.
lining. The floor or invert sec his second
The visiting Rangers, defeat
tion is being laid first and when championship in three weeks
ed badly by M olalla
this is completed a
traveling as he punched out a close
hours before, w ere a new team ing experiences o f Gene Bonney at the noon meet- V i e y O n J b llO U l
form will be installed to com- cision over Benny Brown
Saturday and almost came up
plete lining on the sides and top Portland in the Portland Gold
with their first win o f the sea
of the horseshoe shaped
tun cn G love finals last Saturday
j „ „ n . C .. lC , .
Three Estacada players Bob Cody’s right (seated ) with Dave Horner and
'night. Rehbein defeated Jodie
fouled out in the last part
oi Bob Clayville. L eft to right standing are Duane Day,
j Harris and Larry Sypher
thi date o m re
the game to hurt their
Nearly 300 feet of concrete j gajn the f inals.
, , - ...
has been placed in the
Benny Brown also defeated
continued to Larry lierentzeil, George kim m el, Tom May, Chuck The Pla« ' 1S Estacada Union floor section, which Kelsh esti- , wo opponents before meeting
lead the locals in scoring
by Baker, W ood y Miller, Dick Schmidt, and A l Burton.
mates wUl take about a mont“ j Rehbein. The Rehbein -Brown
throwing in 14 points, but his
The interesting feature o f the meeting was that
~ “ « ” * “ •« “ * ~ *
effort was overshadowed
close. Only Rehbein’s aggres
A work force of 376 men was siveness and punching
the Cavalier center, Craig Coc in view o f Gene Bonney’s pool experience, it \VOukl ithe month, so that more inform-
The Estacada Volunteer Fire hran, who scored 30.
" - “
i ation on new
sheets on the job
at the combined
gained him the judges nod.
seem that with community support, donated work could ¿ R e n t e d u t h e mem- $24,000,000 project which
men held their regular meeting
This was Rehbein’s
last Monday evening at the city
scheduled or trial operation
Relatives and friends of Mr. and some materials, ihr.t $15,000 could provide us b e « ,
win over Brown in three weeks
The January meeting at Eagle the fall.
and Mrs. Bob Bess and son Bob with an outdoor pool. Mr. Bonney was one o f the
the other being in the Tacomas
Fololwing the regular order by have been enjoying a
Clut fe n ^ ^ y L ^ a F ^ r g e was the
o f business, a report was made with them recently. Parents of original members o f the Estacada Kiwanis Club.
I Rehbein has made an excel-
by officers Sagner, Castile and the couple are
Mrs. Lois Bess It is hoped that he w ill return to an active status. I speaker o f the
1 lent record for his first year in
Gray involving offairs for the and Mr. and Mrs. Rowland
i pointed out changes made by
j Golden Glove
good of the department. Glenn Girt. Thisis their first trip home
; the last legislature concerning
winning both Tacoma and Port
Hartwig,chairman for the com from Klamath Falls since
j school finances.
| land. He w ill enter the Seattle
County Fire Bess completed his wok at O.T.
Since the February meeting
j contest Friday, Feb. 21, where
which is I., receiving a grade point aver
w ill regard the new
The hosting Molalla, Indians he is favored to w in his third
meeting here in Estacada
o n 1 age o f 4.0 his last term.Both are
i sheets, each clerk is asked
ran rough shod over the visit- Golden G love crown. Regard-
March 17th, gave a resume of graduates of
A local resident,
Founders Day w ill be obser- bring at least one copy for ref- - Ran~
86 to 34 Friday, less o f the outcome of this con-
the coming program.
They w ill return this Gozanno, who with her husband ved locally here in
A ll members of budget
test, Rehbein still
Farnk Marshall of- , week to Klamath Falls to con- are owners of The Elms Trailer with a meeting of the Estacada committees, school boards, and
The Indians led at all
th e ' Chicago in April fo r the nation-
fically swore in two new mem-1 tinue making their home where Court, is the author of a
new j P T A chapter on Thursday, Feb principals are invited to be pre quarters, 18-6, 42-11, 54-21,and al tournament. Fred McNally,
bers for tne department, Curly Mr. Bess is employed by Kerns book, “ H ow Daddy Became A 20th in the grade school cafetis Isent-
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j Rehbein’s trainer, w ill accomp-
Kitching and A rnie Anderson, j Company.
the ria which w ill be called to or- ,.l i n r i f V lin P P F ^ ir E v ---------
Molalla, along with
Dallas, any him to Chicago.
The community should take j
Bruce Humphrie is the der by president Mrs. M arjorie * KU C K SHOPPE INOW
IN NEW LO C A T IO N is one of the top A-2 teams in 1
notice o f the new gayly painted
Schlue at 3 P.M.
Elizabeth’s Frock Shoppe is the state, and one of the favor-
rv V F H i u
fire doors 0n the north end of
Raymond Burr, who
Past presidents o f the Estaca
now open in the new location at
the city hall building. Capt.
:the part o f Perry Mason on the ¡da P T A w ill be h o n o '^ d T n d lt S ^ N ^ M a ln s T " I n ‘ c S m
' i n d e r c i a ™ , Mr.'and Mrs. J o h ^ ' Fredericks
Hartwig and staff are finishing
! TV series is producing a m ovie is hoped that the
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up the painting this week. The
from the book and plays
the w ill come out and c®mrn,^?iJy I where P o t t e r e d n ew ^ sp H n iJ d o m l^ tw rie a m , taltTllTooki'ng o t 'T h r e e L y n x I*i home on fur
$ 2 annual event
¡things especially milIineryP
for their 1st win o f the season.
color scheme blends very well,
part of ‘Daddy.”
By Richard Keeth
Robin Cody led the Ranger w ali- He came home by plane.
being a mild golden yellow and
The Estacada Ranger’s wres
with _ 8 r points.
is expected to stand up under
tling team w ill enter
Dist. 4 at G ill’s Book Store under Mrs. Garrett
i , en- in their new location,Mrs.Frank
llo w -1
Dooley Durand, local Four-
the local weather elements.
tertainment to help celebrate Bart|(olom ew o£
Eighth St., ed by Marson with 15 and Lar- ier driver, returned home Satur-
name was competition fo r
j Gresham, won the new dress o f - ; sen’s 12, were the top
efforts day after 12 days hospitalizat-
drawn to furnish refreshments time. There w ill be one
Ifore her marriage.
fered as a prize.
I for Molalla .
*on ^or a knee operation.
for the next meeting on Feb.24. turning District champ, Richard
H artw ig served as host fo r the Keeth, in 178 lb., and two third
Doug Rambo TO W N TE A M C H A L K S
meeting that evening
and a place winners,
short movie followed the
re- and Darrel Carver.
U P VIC TO RIES
14 members rated to take first, because of
The Estacada town team de
w ere in attendance.
feated both the
high school i
losses. Estacada, Molalla, San basket ball teams on the high
T " '0 Estacada Garden
dy, and Scappose are figured to school floor Feb. 1.
¡and the Estacada Seed & Feed
give Canby plenty of trouble.
The high school boys
were w d ' sponsor a spring meeting
The teams competing w ill be just too tired from an all
out on Tuesday, February 18th at
Molalla, Canby, Scappose, Es effort against the Central team ?
M. at the Estacada City
tacada, Sandy, Gervais, Sher- the night before.
hall. Bob Smith of the Ex ten-
. . _
wood. North Marion, Silverton,
The town team lost to
the ] sion Service w ill
N o w playing at the Broadway Cascade and Woodbum
Colton Vikings Monday night ?nd answer questions pertain-
Theatre a pair o f exciting stor-
Matches will be held in Moi- o f last w eek
Colton ' nf? to gardens, lawns, shrubs,
les about the teen age set. The alia High School gvm
Fridav floor by a 52 to 44 score.
e^c * and their care.
u I mi Ij£!!8|
f f aturt? a afternoon and evening, Feb 14
The local boys led fo r
th e 1
^ t t l e for love o f pretty
Fay Also Saturday morning. after-
first three quarters but finally M ETH O D IST CHURCH
Spain, and fo r the
hottest-hot noon and evening Feb 14th
were overcome by the Viks.The
rod m town by
young Steve I
D E D IC A TIO N WEEK
j Estacada team jumped
Terrell and dynamic John Ash-
February 16-23: — W eek of
ley The races are excellent
a" d M r * HowWnd L.Glrt
Dedication w ill begin at the Es
well as excitement o f the
a t * f " ? JUy first quarter only to have the tacada Methodist Church with a
man ride and chicken race.The
. f resent besides
special Sunday evening service
second feature “ Rock A ll N ight“ the host and hostess were Mr. to 10 score at the quarter mark. and a singspiration o f old fam
stars Dick M iller and Abby Dal
iliar hymns. Plan to be present
ton with the recording stars— Bobby o f Klamath Falls, M r and point lead by half time as they and bring your friends.’
February 24 is the date
Sunday, Monday and Tuesday- Bob o f Portland and
for the loyalty dinner of the Es-
A big cinemascope picture film Mrs. Stanley L. G irt and
h i / r time
" " " with
I n Gradp
t-c.d a School cafeteria.The
Chu^h al din
Bobby o f Estacada
ed in color in far o ff N ew Zea
M. and Mrs David Sherman Leroy Kiggins following him j r
land “ Until They Sail’ .’Four sis
o f Portland w ere Sunday guests
" n-‘ ''ll
-J ner w ill be f,-ee to all
ters left alone after their father
and brother are killed In war,as o f her parents, Mr and
in knowing o f and contributing
' eye. The loss o f these two men
well as the one girl’s
husband. Arch Utt o f Estacada
to our church program. Dr.La-
Faced by lonliness the three old
w m ee Guderian w ill be
er sisters find gay
speaker. Music w ill be furnish-
ship after the
From then on see the
climatic grandson, Kenneth Lee,on Sun quarter the score was all tied Df,an Qua,P Qur two choirs wm
A ll star cast headed day, Feb.9.The young man.who up at 33 points each. The Viks sing.
of our G ILB E R T SH IBLEY HEADS
National Boy Scout Week and our local Troop
. n u u
by Jean Simmons, Joan Fon weighed in at 7 lbs. 10 oz. is the continued to move and soon had rhi.w.v,
PROJECT A T COLLEGE
the final score 52 to 44.
ChUrch actlv" u’* w111 be shown.
210 are saluted this week by the people o f the
taine. Paul Newman and Piper
Keep this date open and plan to
Lewis and Clark College—
The town teams’s next home
necker of Colton. Kenneth has
States and Estacada.
game w ill be Feb. 19
against f ,en? wUh your
fam iIy and A lb e r t Shibley of Estacada is
A sister Barbara Jo and a
Valberg Lumber of Sandv
in charge o f dormitory discus-
credit is also due local folk who have int
western with George Montgom- brother Michael.
the Grade School at 8 P.M
sion for tho annual religion -in erested themselves in scouting. (Joe Barr has r elp-
ery “ Pawnee” plus a story o f ffr^ d p a rents are Mr. and Mrs.
l:fe " observance this week.
the back hill country in ‘Tam- **• ^ Norton of Colton. Great
P A S T V O R I F r,R \ v n s
Try a News Classified
^ sophomore at Lew is
and ed in the active phases o f scout leadership and we
ing Suttons Gal.”
I grandparents are Mrs. Rex Gor- P A S T NOBLE G RAND S
Costs little, get, big results Clark, he .s a member of
the thank him for the pictures and information that
i don o f Colton, E. J. Sheldrew of
M ET L A S T M O N D A Y
Student Christian Association
Mr. and Mrs. Everett Stahl- Oregon City and Mrs. Norton o f
Tho Past Noble Grands met
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Mrs provides you this pictorial report.
necker and Mr. and Mrs. Lar. ^an Bemadino, Calif,
One o f the highlights o f the scouting
on Monday afternoon
at the Ruth Gaylord Gladys Stormer. Everett Shibley o f Estacada.Rt
ry Meade o f Estacada and the,
home o f Mrs. Lydia McConnell. El He Hale. Louise Linn. N ellie 2
a United Airlines excursion from Salem to
Lawrence Wahlstrom fam ily o f
Mr. and Mrs Fay C. ,M ehl- A dessert luncheon o f pie, tea Currin, Margaret Lynch,
on Sunday, Jan. 26. The Scouts parti patin)
George and the
Ray Colson brech o f 425 Harvard Avenue, and coffee was served at 1:30. McDonnell, Mae Eaton, Kather-
Governor Robert D. Holmes
fam ily of Oregon C ity
were Gladstone, announce the engage-
18 members and two visitors in ■ Pedersen and the
hostess, is. u. d the proclamation
des Mike Sturgess, (Jeorge Dodd, K cl:: ' Rn».
dinner guests on Sunday even- ment o f their daughter Donna were present as folows:
Mrs. L jd ia McConnell.
ignating February 9 to 15 “ Ad liai son, Don Dobbins.
ing at the home o f Mr. and Mrs Faye to Herbert F. Hayden, son M ollie Bates, Florence Gohring,
At the close o f meeting Mrs. vertising Recognition Week ”
M ik e f honi ( ► mir Y
Harold Johnson in West L in n .! of Mr. and Mrs Frank Hayden Sadie Wade, Lavena Crawford. Ella McConnell invited
• f on Jim
Lookine on is Ormond Bin-
Mr. Johnson is a
brother o f of Estacada. A M ay wedding is Mary Eshelman. Clara Brown. C »"b te meet at her horn
ford.president. Oregon Adver- Melton, Don NtIson, Jim h o ;;, . i .».
a n , iien. Barr
Elenore Day, Dorothea Suter,Portland for the March meeting Using Club, sponsor o f the event
Book Now Out
P J .A . Observing
M olalla Indians
in District Meet
at City Hall
Local Boy Scouts Enjoy Airline Excursion
What's Doing at
the Local Thearte
iSSS ns?: ™
’i im Barr, ( athy Ban- and Shirley