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In Its Fifty-fourth Year of Publication
Volume No. 54, Number 4
Fred Bates Marks 50-Year Active
Membership in Eagle Creek Grange
Eagle Creek Grange held its
regular meeting last Saturday
night at their hall.
membership was in attendance
and also a number of visitors.
Elmer McClure. State Grange
“ l Stei
ster 0f Pomna Grange were in
The clean up committee gave
a good report; several old pic
tures were refinished.
each member was to think
some stunt they did when they
were a child. They opened by
singing “ Auld Lang Syne.” Del-
la Ewalt gave a stunt
turned out to be “ This Is Your
Life” for Fred Bates, who is
W ill Observe
Estacada, Oregon, Friday, February 21, 1958
Boy Scouts Enjoy M t. Hood Skiing Outing
Mrs. Lois Erickson Heading Oregon
Heart Fund Campaign, Third Time
Mrs. Forrest Erickson of Es- be the starting s'gnal for volun-
tacada, past president of
th e; teers in some cities.
Adams said the American Le
Department of Oregon,
will gion and its auxiliary have
serve as chairman f the Oregon deep-rooted interest
door -to-door work of the American
campaign Feb .23 according to Assn, as evidenced by a
John N. Adams of Portland,vice 000 contribution to the associa-
president of the First National tion for the start o f rheumatic
Bank and chairman o f the Feb- fever control program.
j ruary Heart Fund.
“ We are hopeful
This will make
the third year’s Heart Sunday will
straight year that Mrs. Erick the most successful in the his
son has directed the Heart Sun tory o f the Oregon Heart Assn”
day activity, which will have Mrs. Erickson said. ‘.A major-
the services of
thousands of ity of the volunteers taking part
Volunteers in 33 o f Oregon’s 36 in the activity will be doing so
! counties. The heart association for the third straight year
] is a member of the United Fund 1 they are keenly aware of
in Multnomah, Clackamas and need for funds to carry on the
association’s work in education,
Heart Sunday is the principal research and community serv-
of the ice.”
month-long Heart Fund
Persons interested in volun
paign, Adams stated.
! areas the door to door operation teering their services may con
will run from 1 to 5 P.M., and tact the association at 1133 SW
the ringing of church bells will Morrison St., in Portland.
50 year member. Glenn Hart-
wig sang “ When You And
ere Young Maggie.”
peopie spoke of the past in re-
gards to Fred and the Grange.
Several good stories were told.
Fred served many years“
ster and also secretary. Robert
Mount presented him with his
50 year pin and Elmer McClure
spoke of many years of Grange
work with Fred.
At close of meeting all
journed to the dining room.
March 1st Mountain Grange
will hold their meeting at the
Eagle Creek hall and on March
14th we will journey to Sunny-
LOCAL HIGH SCHOOL FHA
CHAPTER TO TAKE PART
IN STATE MEETING
The Future Homemakers of
America chapter at
Union High School will be one
of 109 chapters participating in
the annual state meeting March
7 and 8 at Oregon State College.
FHA is composed
school girls taking home econ-1
The state mem- j
bership now totals 4,294 girls,
The local chapter has 43 girls
enrolled. Ann Harbert is chapter
president and chapter adviser is
Boy Scout activities included a ski trip to Mt.
Joanne Kemble o f
Ontario Hood a week ago. Joe Barr snapped these pictures
high school is state
president of the group disembarking. If you recognize any of
Theme for this year’s 13th an your friends or relatives in the skiing regalia, your
nual meeting will be
“ Now is one up on us. Everybody had a good time and no
the Time to Learn.” One of the
highlights o f the sessions
will broken bones - - except sore - -use your imagination.
Last week was Boy Scout week. Joe B. brought
be awarding of state homemaker
degrees, the states top
award the group to Tuesday Kiwanis and the boys really
for high school economists. To
complete put on a fine show. These fellows are d credit to
special work in school,
home, their parents and scouting leaders. W e don’t want
and community programs.
to forget our Explorer Scouts. Evert Stahlnecker
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International Garden of To FORMER ESTACADA
morrow, planned as feature of
RESIDENT DIES FEB. 12
International Trade j Floyd Brandow, former Esta
Fair, June 10- September
17,] cada businessman, died at his
1959, is shown in preliminary home at Reedsport on Feb. 12.
| Services were held at Reeds-
Initial plans call for garden port on Saturday.
to feature latest developments in
He is survived by his wife,
plant material from all over the
world. Garden might remain as Ruth and 4 children, Don,Dale,
permanent tourist attraction ad- Elaine and Darwin;
jacent to Pacific International grandchildren.
Mr. and Mrs.
exposition building after
cen-1 Charles Eversaul attended the
Carl Douglass Post No. 74 of tennial is over.
the American Legion and
Legion Auxiliary, w ill hold in
itiation 0f new members in an
impressive ceremony in the lo
cal Legion hall on Friday, Feb.
21st at 8 P.M.
District officers of both the
Legion Post and Auxiliary will
Last Sunday Chester Cham
preside at the initiation. Sever
bers of South Estacada, observ
is doing his usual fine work with this group.
WASHINGTON DANCE AT
al new members will be initia
ed his 84th birthday.
GARFIELD GRANGE HALL
ted in the Legion and some 2U
Mr. and Mrs. Chambers to cele
new members will
brate the occasion were Mr.and
will be held at
In addition mem
Mrs. Lonnie Smith
of Eagle Grange hall on Saturday, Feb.
bers of the Auxiliary with
Creek, their son
Lyle Smith, 22 at 9 P.M. Sponsored by the
10, 15 and 20 years continuous
and grandson Allison Smith, o f Harry Randall Post 6879, V.F.
membership will recive honor
Portland, who installed a
TV W. Music by 5 piece western
A ll members of the
set, a gift from some members
Legion and Auxiliary are urged
of the Smith family.
Proceeds will be used for im
Last Monday evening, the 17, | Ann Harbert will be valedic- to attend.
proving hall at
was drill night for the Estacada | torian at Estacada Union High
Come one, come all.
Volunteer Firemen. Chief Sag School 1958
ner had the men out
in the with highest grade o f 10.59 out 1 YOUNG COUPLE WED AT
trucks practicing sending and of a possible 11. Mary Paine
COLTON CHURCH FEB. 9
receiving on the radios and fa has an average 10.33 and will
Miss Marjorie Lou Hinkson,
miliarizing themselves with the be salutatorian. Others on the ,
of Mr. and Mrs. Ly-
The men also went
LrldiL (Senior Class) ‘ Qii:?
out into the rural
district to grades
are heSt d° " U Hinkson, of Route 5, box
The Springwater Farm Bur
in] Terry Holliday 10.20; Barb- 564, Oregon City, was married
Bethel No. 54 of the Interna- eau Center will be hosts to the check on various locations
case any emergencies might de- ara Galster 9.66; Judy Demo- to Gerald D. Anderson, son of
‘ ional Order of Job’s Daughters board meeting of the
| Mr. and Mrs. Duane Anderson,
vek 8.90; Henrietta McDonald ” V =
„ „ ritv on
celebrated their third birthday mas County Farm Bureau at a
box at 438’
with a friendship night. Girls meeting to be held in the Esta
2:30 ° regon
attended from Gladstone, Mol- cada Grade School Cafeteria on
] Colton Lutheran Church.
dla, Oregon City and Gresham February 26th at 8 P.M.
The ceremony was performed
erations in setting the pumping
Bethels. The Gladstone Bethel
| by Pastor Earl Wall. Music was
Refreshments furnished. All mechanism working on the rur
came in robes and sat with our members and friends welcome.
played by Mrs Ben Chindgren.
al truck and pumper.
Bethel members and had charge
John McKenzie sang
The chief also worked with
of the closing ceremony.
ACTION PACKED FILMS
his committee on listing all the
Ralph Thomas, past supreme
Night’ and the ‘Lord’s Prayer.’
AT THE BROADWAY famililes in local fire
grand associate guardian
The Church was beautifully
Now playing at the
past grand way Theatre, an action packed for a community directory. A
Our local PTA chapter will decorated with daffodils, forsl-
discussion was also presented
Curran, picture protraying a
wagon for the _ coming
county meeting observe today, February 20th, thia, pussy willows and candle-
grand honored queen
as Founders Day this afternoon bra.
state o f Oregon were
present; train making its way across the | which is to be” held in the local with a regular meeting to
The bride was given in mar
also several guardian and as plains into the Indian country- station house on Monday,March held in the grade school cafete riage by her father, and wore a
PAWNEE. Bill Williams acts 1 7 when Estacada will
lace ballerina length
firemen ria. Tbe meeting is scheduled to white
The majority degree was gi as leader o f the wagon train in j host to the visiting
begin at 3 P.M. when President dress with long sleeves and
ven for Claudia Fifer and Judy
She carried a
farmer with his lovely
neice j hope the community will back Marjorie Schlue raps for order. finger tip veil.
School will be dismissed at the bouquet of red roses.
After a sho’ t program every
regular 3:15 time.
The honor attendant,
on train drops back from the f 0r assistance.
one adjourned to
the dining rest o f the train it is attacked
A very entertaining program Chipman wore a pink lace bal
room for birthday cake. The ta by a raiding party o f Pawnees.
lerina length dress and carried
bles were attractively decorated They are left for dead but are | HAWAHAN PICTURES
brate this event. Several past a nosegay of yellow and
in the valentine theme.
young man •
MAKE BIG HIT
flowers. The bridesmaid, Bar
assistance In bara Smith wore
Members o f Mountain Chap- for their noble
lace gown and the Jr.
Pale Indian’meaning that he is ter, Order of the Eastern Star,
NOTICE TO TELEPHONE
maid, the bride’s sister, Linda
actually white who had
been entertained members of the loe-
Hinkson, wore a blue lace.Both
Customers o f the
Estacada found by the Indians as a small al Masonic lodge at a pot luck
Telephone and Telegraph
Co. baby and raised with the young dinner at the Masonic temple afternoon meeting include a se girls carried nosegays.
who still have old telephones braves o f the Pawnee tribe.Af - 1 on Thursday evening
Best man was Bruce Ander
o f last
to , __________
on their premises, would you ter saving the wihte people he week.
Following dinner the tee and , selecting delegates
son and ushers
he should group enjoyed motion pictures rfP resent our community in the perror and Monty Rumgay.
please call CR 9-4161
or CR wonders whteher
convention time and
Indians or go and slides of scenes taken o n '’ state
' !‘ , ‘‘ wide ------
9-4101 and make arrangements stay with the
The bride’s mother wore
for us to remove your old tel with the whites.He finally tak- the recent plane trip to Hawaii place to be announced by
blue dress with pink accessor
es the job as Indian guide for ! made by local folks.
The pic- president.
phone. Thank you.
ies and a corsage o f white
‘ ’ “ ’ high
’ ‘ ac- tures were shown by Mrs Es- The March meeting will be an chids. The bridegroom’s moth-
tion and excitement
:itement of the pic- ther Weston and Miss Bernice £ 3 * 5 1 “ “ I
, r wore a grey
Vrev suit dress
DOUGHNUT SALE SET
dressed in high school in observance
FOR FEB. 27TH ture Start-Filmed in lovely col- Miller, who were
Open House. This will be
on, white accessories
, , . , and
O. E. S.
April, the gradeia corsa*e ot white baby orchids
The Lester D. Hoods of Garfield were awaken
Social Club will serve coffee,
Eastern Star SC
° pen House w ,u ^ Pre~
hot doughnuts and hot
cross ond feature— In the back coun- Members of the
the church parlor.Mrs. Raynold by their prize Dachund dog, Pride of Marin, a week
buns from 9:30 A.M. to 3:30 P.
Remember to help
observa Beckman, the grooms aunt.ser-
color photography in
a j who helped with adding to the
ago Monday and found their home afire. The dog
M. Februray 27th at the Mason tiful
cute little drama ‘Taming S u t-1 HawaiiarTatmosphere for the
Day ^y “ E n d in g the ved the brides cake which WM
ic hall dining room.
in the room with Hood’s son who awakened
' f *1
. and take
* * n "d
Come on up for coffee break ton’s Gal.’ Young John Lup- 1 occasion were Mr and Mrs.Del part
as responsible citizens
in LaFaye Fouts. Mrs. Alice Dan
where Gant, Mrs. Bessie Meade, an d,
in time to get themselves and several
and visit awhile.
Also dough ton heads for the hills
ielson. the brides
Other yt>ur own communlty-
nuts and hot cross buns by the he finds a moonshiner and his Mrs. Helen Crowson
w ife (who desn’t want to stay Eastern Star members who had I
dozen to take home.
1 Nelson served the punch
neighbors spent sometime in the Islands
The top picture shows the Currinsville-Cazadero
Hosek Mrs. Bertha Carlson assisted.
F. P. D. (plus Estacada Volunteer members)
Mrs. Victor Bresko and her DiacK cigars and
her pretty and Owen Smith. Mrs. Weston rest Zuber and
Mrs. DeLorls Llyod Reels, Mrs. Matt. Peter-
daughter Donna attended the
the fire. (Fifteen minutes elapsed from
sal eo huntína and Miss Miller did not put on Strange and Debbie last Sun- son. Mrs Phillip Putz and Mrs
wedding of Dolores Wolfe and and^utton’s
® . i_ 1 *
. . .
air t with
ir 1 f K o
ip 4 h / 1 a t r /linnoo
A I f rod Di.olr
H,T t.e O
- and the boys were there. The
Lynn Botkin in Oregon
City bee-trees and wind up
honor of th< ir son
Jimmie’s derson was in charge of
last Saturday evening.
killing instead . Lots of action mored, but the
pictures they 1 1 th birthday.
of Mrs. Hood and son Lester and
j guest book and Miss Arleen
and a clever ending.
showed and the account
have just been revived.
Starts Sunday through Tues-
The Clinton Colson family o f
8«ve o f the group’s adventures
had charge o f the gifts.
The Hoods operate a breeding kenn°l of prize
Oregon City were dinner guests day— Elvis Presley in
AT THE BROADWAY
The young couple will hon
on Friday at the home o f
Mr. I House Rock.” A picture full of in what is termed ‘the paradise
dogs valued at several thousand dollars. Thev
Starts Wed. 'The House
Mrs. Bessie ] action with Elvis in his
first o f the Pacific” were highly en Numbers’ with Jack Parlance eymoon In California.
have been in Garfield since last summer. The fire
role as a dramatic actor.
Insd “ Courage o f Black Beauty.’ Carver Feb. 20
was apparently caused by bad wiring.
The ladies of
Church extend an invitation to
all those of the Estacada-Eagle
Creek area who desire to share
with them, at this church, the
obser vance of the World Day of
Prayer this Friday, Feb. 21 at
churches in this area will also
participate in the service. This
special day, the first Friday in
Lent, has been observed annu
ally for nearly 50 years,
now embraces 145 geographical
areas around the world.
by t he
United Church Women of
National Council o f the Church
es of Chirst.in cooperation with
like-minded groups abroad.
Firemen Readying Ann Harbert
for County Meet Valedictorian
Farm Bureau to
Meet in Estacada
Legion and Unit
Garfield Daschund Kennels Have Fire