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Clackamas; County Jìd u s
In Its Fifty-fourth Year of Publication
Volume No. 54, Numbei’9
Rod & Gun Club Ready New Rifle
Range improvements for Summer
Estacada, Oregon, Friday, April 4, 1958
Eagle Creek PGE Substation Activated
S P R IN G W A TE R LAD IE S
FORM EXTENSION GROUP
A group of about 30 women
met at the Springwater Grange
hall last Wednesday and organi
zed the Springwater Extension
Officers elected were:
Mrs. George Gentemann, chair
man, Mrs. W. II Tucker-vice-
charman, Mrs. Wilbur Howell,
secretary and Mrs James Smith-
scheduled for the second Tues
day of the month.
munity women are welcome.
Arrangements have been made
to care for a small children so
the mothers may
Next meeting April 8
: t Grange hall 10 A M. to 3 PM.
10c Per Copy
Garden Club Sets Annual big Spring
Show Here for Tuesday, April 7
A t the regular meeting of the ' and stools.
rite Estacada Garden
Estacada Rod & Gun Club
A rifle range is an asset to any
w ill meet Monday, A p ril*7
Thursday, March 27, the mem community, as rifle
the City Hall at 10:30 A.M with
bers discussed plans for its new and archery are cleas,
the follow ing hostesses:
rifle range, which is located on sports for men and boys. Women
Dooley, Gertrude Rhoades, Hat-
highway 211 approximately
5 and girls also enjo ythese activi
Hershberger and Daisy
miles from Estacada near Eagle ties.
Hickman. Members w ill bring a
The Club anticipates joining
sack lunch with d. ssert furnish-
The construction o f the tar the National R ifle Association
ed by the hostesses.
gets and the fil ing point distan of America. Clubs so affiliated
There will be a Spring Show
ces to the targets w ill conform enjoy numercous
among the members. Mrs. Gil-
to National R ifle
Association boding of a nationally recog
bert Hanson o f Milwaukie w ill
The tentative nized charter; the privilege o f
be the guest arranger and speak
plan will provide for large and qualifying for the Regular A r
There w ill also be a plant
small bore rifle shooting up to my marksmanship medals, and
sale. i The
, 7 is , the
100 yards, also facilities for atr juniors moy qualify for the Na
schedule: A Salute to Sprmg.
gun. pistol and trap
shooting tional R ifle Association mark-
An A ll Green Arrange-
manship medas, lapel
merit Accessories may be used;
Hei’o is another P.G.E. project com ’ted to rm
The rifle range w ill be com and felt embems
roadside material permissable.
pleted as rapidly as funds
Tlie Club w ill hold National
2. An arrangement using on-
available. The greater part
of R ifle Association
Training In the above picture, workmen are completing the
the preliminary work has been Courses in markmanship anu
WESTERN STO RY FILM
$100,000 substation at Eagle Creek. This trans
volunt tile N R A Hunter Safety course
A T T IIE B R O A D W A Y
Nearly $1.000,000 is still av
eer labor by club members.Glen under the direction o f qualifi former station will distribute electricity in a five ailable to help Oregon farmers Now playing at the Broadway
Park of Park Lumber Co., Esta ed N R A instructors.
mile radius of the Eagle Creek area..
plaq-i conservation reserve con theatre a tense tale o f western
cada has made a
‘ Hell Canyon
T o raise money for the rifle
tracts on their farms, according terror with the
LA S T RITES FOR
donation o f lumber for the tar range project, the Estacada Rod
to Robert T. Lister, chairman o f Outlaws." Dale Robertson, the
get frames, wheih w ill be built & Gun Club and the local A m
MRS. M AB LE HUGHES the Oregon agricultural stabiliz sheriff o f a small western town
in George Fourier’s home work erican Legion w ill hold a pan
Mrs. Mable Hughes of Esta ation and conservation (A S C ) finds himself faced by four g i
Bill Chirstiansen has ot- cake breakfast in the Legion
cada died Friday at her home committee.
ant outlaws. Just before the out
fered the use of his tractor
to hall Saturday. A pril 12
l follow ing a long illness.
The conservation reserve pro laws take over the
finish leveling the ground,
Mrs. Hughes, who
was the gram o f the Soil Bank gives far sheriff has been fired, leaving
The 1958 ediition o f the Esta
soon as the
was mers a chance to shift cropland the law enforcement to a young
cada P T A Kickaroo proved to widow o f Hugh Hughes,
Verne Sutton has made and do Cime and bring the fam ily for be an overwhelming success ac born in South Dakota on Dec into conservation uses— and get inexperienced man.
A fter the
nated five sturdy bench
rests ! a treat
cording to Pres. Marge Schlue ember 9, 1889 and had lived in paid fo r it— Lister explained. muscular giants
and her committees which were Estacada since 1935 She was _____
___... in ....
the state can
still whiped the new sheriff Robert
E ASTER FOOD SALE
headed by that untiring worker,
thu Centenniat Re' sign contracts totalling one mil- son goes into action The thrill
The Marian Guild w ill spon-, Pat Hayden.
bekah lodge where she served lion dollars worth of help if they packed allow down makes west
sor an Easter Food Sale Satur
several years act soon.
The Kickaroo last Friday eve as noble grand
Deadline for signing ern film history. Second feature
day, April 5th 10 AM . to 11 PM| was w ell attended. Chief inter ago, the Mountain Chapter OES contracts under the conserva is Frank Sinatra
at the Clackamas County News est seemed to lie in
the Old and was a former recorder for tion reserve has been set
for Concho.” A film packed with
Monday eve the second meet- office. For your Easter dinner country store-
¡ng o f the C ivil Defense Home or luncheon may w e suggest tha
Starts Sunday through Tues
Survivors include six child
Mrs. Schlue thanks all people
This part o f the
Workshop was you visit the above office
for fo r their assistance.
ren: W illiam Edward Hughes of pays up to 80 percent of
the day— "Th e Pride and the Pas
held at Legion hall. In addition such items as Hot Cross Buns,
Over S250 was taken in
for Portland; Robert Lee Hughes of cost of establishing a conserva- sion’ starring Cary Grant. Frank
to those at the first meeting, 14 Fancy Cookies, Cakes, Home- the P T A program-
Estacada; Hugh El win Hughes ' tion prartice, Lister added, An- Sinatra and Sophia Loren, a
present Monday made rolls and
other Easter A p ril 17 the Grade School w ill o f Eugene, Mrs H.W Bergob of nual per
rental payments fascinating film of war nnd ro
night, indicating there is active dainties,
year the mance that w ill hold you spell
host parents and teachers at the Norfolk,
._ Va.; Mrs-
, „W Walter
a lte r (L
o r - jare then
interest in C 'vil Defense in this
annual Open House. The meet raine)Sagner of Estacada; Mrs. ]and remains under a Soil Bank bound. One o f those 'must see’
community. II. I. Jackson, Co- j
ing w ill begin at 7:30 followed Ray (B etty) W olf o f Eugene;13 contract.
C.D. Director, spoke on
by the visitation.
fiv e great | Under the conservation res- Next week Clark Gable in ’The
Evacuation and Home Shelter
giandchildren; three sisters and erve, farmers or other landown- King and Four Queens”
and answered many questions. |
r n ln . - .
r , „ . « J * brother,
Mrs. Emma Van crs sign contracts und,s r whicn "Young and Dangerous. ”
Mrs Jackson, also active in C iv
F R ID A Y M T E FIGHTS
Mrs. M ary Duffle, they agree to take a designated
il Defense assisted her husband.!
T p r r v "RpVlhpin h P a ris bj th
A lb!‘rt£’Ca" , acreage out o f crop production E ASTER SUNRISE SERVICE
There was also an interesting
m > n m - i n f i
A T M ETH O D IST CHURCH
ada; M ™. Wtll Howe o f Senni- and de vo U the land to conserva-!
film showing C ivil Defense pro- ilflJ J s Q V c l U w f l 95
the 11 f i g h t card Friday more, Wisconsin; John McGraw tin uses. ’‘The 1958 program al-
An Easter Sunrise service at
gam in action.
N ext meeting 1
of Eort W orth* Texas lows landowners to put part or 6 A M will be held on the porch
The Broadway theatre is un n ip h t at t h e Estacada Gr-
will be on Emergency Home San
?yerE, beld all o f their cropland in the pro- o f the Methodist Church over
itation and there w ill be a coun
a(Le School ( j y m , 8 p.rn. I at 2 PM.Monday at the
ty expert on hand to
R e h b e i n w i l l b a t t l e th a ! £*“ " “ ! Home in Estacada with
Acceptable practices include permits, if not the service will
R ev V 'oiet Bolliger officiating, Establishing a protective cover be held in the youth room
Next meeting w ill be Tuesday, | hard finish such as is used on Golden Glove runner-up!
joining the sanctuary.
April 8 at 7:30 at Legion hall.
Benny Brown for 10 rds.! the IO O F cemetery at Estacada. ^ on cropland, water conservation ' An Easter breakfast will be
Anyone who has not previously in to try the newly installed full
through the building of
dams held in the church
Bob Beisell and Ralph I
attended is welcome.
and ponds, and developm ent of Easter Sunday morning at 8.The
Macbee will also star.
Mrs. Forrest Erickson
cover and food
for w ildlife youth w ill be in charge.
0-6980 or Mrs. Allyn Price
at rangement -is being
The Sunday Church School
The Kiwanis boys w ill!
Specific practices fo r local are-
I as are approved through county will hold its Easter program on
and wider aisles, but with
al be concessionaires.
Easter Sunday morning at 10.
j ASC offices.
most the same seating capacity
STATE T A X RETURNS
The Choruses and Instrumen-
Application forms, and mor, > | The Junior Choir directed by
as before. Also within the near
Bob Cooke, city recorder,, an • i , .
I tal Ensembles of the Northern I Information about the 1958 con: j E R. Gaillard w ill sing. There
w ill SET A P R IL 19, FOR
future the old projectors
nounces that on Apriu 15 there u“
i District held their contest at i servation reserve program, are w ill be songs, recitations
be replaced by some o fthe fin TO U RN AM EN T
w ill be a representative of the
Hood R iver on Saturday
available at county ASC offi- Easter exercises.
est on the market for this type
Oregon State Tax Commission [
Estacada High School groups | ccs- Since it takes tim,p to com- -
of theatre. A better picture w ill LO CAL GOLFERS
at the City Hall from 10 AM . to
r o4.fl„ „
, • f I participated. The High School | P*ete a contract, Lister advises!
be shown with finer sounn and
3 PM to assist taxpayers In the
i n e r^SiaCdUd LMbll ICt| Chorus was judged N o. 1 by all interested persons to
greaten comfort fo r costomers
preparation of their State
their local ASC office soon-
j three judges
in every way.
come tax returns.They also w ill
The Grade School cornet trio |
Open house w ill be held at a fine start on Sat. April 19
be in Molalla April 15, 9 to 4.
composed of Jane Little, Carol
later date displaying new
Congressman W alter Norblad
Munns and Danna Kitching ac
freshment items along with the
reports on the tabulation of the
other modernization features . players start competition. companied by Steve Linns also
returns on his
AH fellows interested rated No. 1.
Questionnaire as follows.
DODGE C O M M U N ITY
in participating will ple
1 Do you favor an
NO M A G A Z IN E DRIVE
Publishers Paper Company
PO T L U C K F R ID A Y
There is no magazine drive o f Onggon City, donated a tree in our national defense
ase register with L. L.
being sponsored by the Am eri farm to the Estacada
Estacada Library Assn, met
Chapter ing by a billion or more dollars
Legion .Auxiliary, Carl o f Future Farmers o f America to push our missile and satellite
March 29 at Estacada Public L i
xnt, This is the first time this
has program? YES 65 percent; NO
brary. Present were Pres. Mrs. munity Club meeting Friday, Vern Sutton. A nominal Douglass Post No. 74 at
present time. If you are solici been done and they are hoping 28 percent; UNDECIDED 7 pei
P. W Eaton, vioe-pres. Mrs.Jack A pril 11 at 6:30 PM.
Everyone invited to attend
ted please call Mrs
Saunders, sec. Mrs. Chester Day-
it w ill be an example fo r other cent
charged, money to go for Still at CR 9 6481 or Mrs. F iphj
ton and Mrs Sim Dunlop, Mrs.
2.Should our normal domestic
Erickson CR 9-6980.
Claribelle Oswald and M rs.A l
The F F A boys w ill
manage government spending be cur
lyn Price, Mrs. Dayton reported
the property, leam forest con tailed in order to make
that in Feb. there
and keep funds available for missiles and
adult and 72 Junior books w ith
records. The land contains 15 satellites? YES 50 percent; No
drawn from library.A book drop
acres, four acres o f new ly seed 42 percenUUnclgcided 8 percent
ed, cleared ground. They sowed
is to be installed so that books
3. Do you favor continuance
may be returned on days when
Endrin treated Douglas fir seed of our current farm price sup
the library is not open. A tele
at the rate o f one half
pound port program? YES 26 precent;
phone has been installed. Satur at the C ity Hall In Estacada on
No, 62 percent;
day, April 12 at 3 PM there w ill Tuesday night, A p ril 8th, at 8
• There are fbur acres o f twen percent.
ty-five year old
be an inaugural program for a P.M. for the purpose of organi
4 Do you favor an extension
zing a local barracks. This was
ready for thinning and pruning. o f the farm price support
discussion o f books.
Seven acres of
twice burned tern to all crops, rather than to
The coffee hour given in hon announced by Orval S. Karns.
fern, and brush land, ripe
for the fe w now under the
or o f M arilyn Hedley, now Mrs. o f Mulino, who Is the
tree planting project.
Nat Gazzano o f Estacada
was ment Quartermaster o f the or
ram? YES 26 percent; NO 66
The Veterans of
The farm will be und,f>r the percent; Undecided 8 percent
attended by 25 people. Everyone ganization.
enjoyed meeting our illustrious World War I now have over 5u
supervision of the F F A instruct
5 Would you support a law
or. George Gentemann and For requiring the public auditing
neighbor and found
both her barracks in the State with
and herhusband interesting and membership of close to 4,000
ester Luthy o f the Paper Com o f thebooks of labor unions,in
and are growing rapidly
cluding their w elfare
Orval S. Kams, the D epart
N ext meeting of Association
YES 92 percent; N O 6 percent;
ment Quartermaster w ill act aa
April Fool’s Undecided 2 percent.
w ill be Sat. A pril 26 at 3 PM
the organizer and w ill be assis
Dress Up Day
6 Do you believe that anti
ted by William Kieling. Nation
LE G IO N A N D A U X IL IA R Y
more interest nnd
contestants trust laws should apply to lab
TO MEET M O N D A Y N IG H T
this year th*in previous years at or uni'-ns as well ns to corpora
Carl Douglass A.omrican L e bel.
Estacada Grade School.
tions? Yes 87 percent;
gion Post and
Winners of funniest costumes
percent; Undecided 4 percent.
meet next Monday evening.Ap-
were 1st- Mike Smith nnd Dav
7. Would you vote to reduce
The business meetings H. Beattie, Barracks Comman
id Riedell, husband and w ife.2-
of the two organizations w ill be der and many other members of
Mark Geil. swimmer.
3-Ray the current postal deficit
Barracks No. 20a
proceeded by a pot luck dinner Champoeg
Debord and Dennis Cutsforth, Increasing the postal
at 6:30 P M.
husband and w ife
first, second and third
This m eeting is open to th«
Most original: 1- George Dodd, mail? Yes 66 perrent; NO 32
Gresham Berry Growers are erecting a $4,000 caveman. 2- David Hill. Wayne percent; Undecided 2 percent
The Ray Colson fam ily o f Or public and all
egon City and
Mrs. World W ar I are urged to
station at Currinsville. It will be us»d by Johnson and Wayne Walters, 8. Would you support a con
3* Tommy tinuation o f the foreign
Larry Meade were Sunday vis tend; also their wives, sisters
widows of some 30 strawberry and blackcap growers In ' is Cutsforth- model
itors at the Smiley Shaul ranch and
program under which approxi
in North Estacada and became World W ar I veterans and A r area. The 1957 crop grossed $90,000. The berry
Best and most artistic- 1-Lon- mately 4 billion dollars will bo
acquainted with the newest ad my Nurses who served during
nie Lindholm. a lady. 2- Judy spent this year? Yes 37 pet-
dition to the Shaul family, little World W ar I are especially urg
3- Dorothy cent; N O 57 percent; Undecid
Clyde Blum will be receiver at this new station.
ed to attend.
I Mutch, Hawaiian girl ,
ed 6 percent
. m — -on
Must Sign for oil
Bank by April 15
$3. ,00 Per Year
ly five blooms or clusters
An arrangement foatut ■
ing a religious figurine Aeces-
sorics may be used.
An arrangement featur-
ing the theme o f the show using
a bird or biids.
5. An arrangement using a
cup and saucer
spring flowei may be used
A L L A R R A N G E R S may cn-
ter A L L sections: sections'4 and
5 w ill itave special tables
Novices. A ll
be in u
place by 10:30; w ill
bl, judgCl, after 10:30 during the
business meeting. Flowers must
be grown and arranged by the
P. T. Kickaroo Big
County C D . Head
Lists Many Big
Loca! Schools Rafa
F. F. A. Boys Get
World War I Yets
Gresham Berry Growers Ready Station
REV. II. I). B A R K M A N
Rev II. D. Barkman, now pas
tor of the Church
o f God m
Cottage Grove is bringing inspi
rational messages of God during
Spiritual Emphasis Week at the
Church of God begiining at 7:45
in the evening starting
Sunday, April 6 through A pril
There w ill be special music
from our congregation and some
from out o f town..All invited to
Easter morning worship serv
ices w ill be held at 11.
choir will sing and the pastor
w ill speak on the subject "The
Holy Week Communion serv
ices w ill be held Thursday night
from 7:45 -8 PM at
Mthodist Church of
There w ill lx* a message on the
Last Supper as instituted by Je
sus and communion music. The
pastor will take communion ser
vices to any shut-ins requesting
her to do so.
Rep. Wait Norblad Completes Survey
to Learn Constituents Wtsfce 5
9 Would you vote in favor
of legislation providing for the
Federal Government to support
local school construction? Yes,
44 percent; NO, 53 percent;Un-
decided 3 percent
10 Should our
continue a program o f
ments to those vetarans
have non service
(not during service)
aties? YES, 28 percent; NO,
67 percent;Undecided 5 percenc
11. Do you believe that
made available to all veterans
no matter how their disability
or illness occurred?
percent; NO, 49 percent; Un
decided 2 percent.
12. Would you vote to pay u
pension to all
World War I without regard
to their financial
YES. 20 percent; No 78 percent
& Undecided 2 percent
13 Would you vote
pension for World War I veter
ans who were financially In
need o f assistance? YES T.
percent; NO, 24 percent; Unde
cided, 3 percent
14 Do you favor trade
Red China? YES. 16 percent
NO, 62 percent; Undecided K
15. Would you favor
tective ta riff program
o f continuing our
percent; NO, 46 percent; Un-
decided 18 percent
16. As w e know there Is
great deal of discussion in Or
egon currently on a f
tax Do you favor an Oregor
s. lcs tax’ YES 54 percent: NC
Undecided 3 per
Congressman Norblad sak
over ten thousasd people h.*u
filled out the forms and
their answers to him