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Clackamas Counts Jîrtus
In Its Fifty-fourth Yea • of Publication
Volume No. 54
Estacada, Oregon, Friday,"June 27, 1958
Springwater Grange Mulls Community
Problems at Last Meeting of Group
10c Per Copy
$3. 00 Per Year
Special Election June 30th , on Barton
Eagle Creek Fire District Annexation
DODGE 4H LEADERS HOLD
II. C. SANDERS ATTENDS
H. C Sanders, Captain, U. S.
The Dodge community 4H
Army Reserve, was selected as
an Oregon delegate to attend
Qne of the ,,t.sults of the Es. the National Reserve Associa
Next Monday, June 30, a trict.
By Anne Justice
| few cents more. These should their monthly meeting Monday
convention being held this special election will be held to The proposed area for annexa
Springwater grange held the be stamped with your blood «*ghtDJ r= i16’ at n 6 h(T e ° f tacada Grade School
Mis. Paul Slane. Present were appearance in the Junior Rose
accept the annexation of a here tion, roughly, includes all of
first evening meeting of the type.
Jersey. The Oregon delegation
summer season June 14 with A Friday evening, June 27th will Mr. and Mrs Ralph Reynolds, Festival was an article that ap- left by Air Force plane Mon. tofore unprotected area into the Douglas Ridge and somewhat
Protection farther to the east» and a west
T. Varitz acting as overseer and be social night with birthday Mr. A. T. Varitz, Mr. and Mrs. peared in “B” Mike's column day evening from the Portland Boring Rural F i r e
District, in which much of Eag- ward strip running down to
Mrs. Paul Slane in a Portland paper. Quote :
Mrs. '' ary Ellen Hodgkiss us and anniversaries being cele- Ed. Caswell,
Air Port and will return Sun ' le Creek and Barton are includ (but skirting)
Ceres. The charter was draped brated Mr. and Mrs. Carl Illig and Mr. and Mrs Jack Kish- j “A CASE in point is the del- day, June 29th. Captain San ed.
| . Grange hall and bounded on the
egation of kids who came here
in memory of Fred Winston, by chose the April table to decor- | paugh.
Property owners in this pro- south and west) by the Eagle
Officers elected were Ralph from Estacada to take part in ders was active last year in for
the chaplian with a vocal solo ate. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Gutt Reynolds,
vice chairman, Nita tbe parade.The had no place to ming the local Army Reserve | posed new area havol already Cr-eek.
ridge the May table and Mr.and Kishpaugh, reporter, and Verna freshen UP after their trip.
unit and in civilian life operat been contacted
by Fred Homer.
individually; Technically, from cast to west
An agricultural report by Mrs. Del Gant the June table. Slane,secretary
I Their leader went l.ito.Holly- es a bookkeeping and account- and registered voters in this ar it includes: In Township 2
George Gentemann told of FFA Each couple will provide part
wood Electric at 47th & Sandy ig service in the Schmidt In ea must now vote to agree to South, range 4 east: the south
Among things discussed were ancj asked permission to
use surance Building and is clerk enter the existing, above-nam east quarter of Section 28, the
activities at Estacada
Union 'of the entertainment for the ev-
plans for the new 4H dub | the rest room. Next thing store for the Estacada Grade School. ed fire protection district.Their rest of Section 33
High School. A larger enrol- j ening.
voting place will
be Eagle part was already included,) all
ment in his department for 1958-
Projects for Metzler Memor- house to be built on the com- employes knew 70 kids were in
of Section 34 In Township 3
59 is expected by Gentemann, ial Park were discussed witn
hours are 8 A M to 8(PM.
South, range 4 east: all of Sec
FFA instructor at the
high the group voting to build a sible locations for the club minutes later, there wasn’t ev-
tions 2 and 3. parts of Sections
en a paper towel on the floor—
if permission house.
election will be held at the Bor 4. 5, 9, and 10, most of Section
Several teen age 4-Hers were *be place was exacty as neat as
Bernice Miller reminded mem can be secured A special com
ing Fire Hall for those within 11, and a small part of Section
Four.' bef“re ^ ey went “
bers who are cooperating with mittee to work on the swimm cast in a plav . called ‘All
the already cxisiting fire pro 14. In all cases the east boun
. , .
It seems the band was so
the college in growing expen ing hole was a »pointed witn The play wil be presented at a anxjous tQ sh()W off thcjr new
tection district to express their dary is a section line, and the
a qUick around the
mental tomatoes to use a spray Del Gant as chairman. New future date.^efreshments were un)forms
willingness to accept the an north boundary is a section line
nexation of this new area.
(except for Section 28) and or
to insure fruit on the first
block in Estacada before they
The Dodge community
be purchased and made up dur
Qualified voters for both el iho present district boundary.
left that they did not have time
ections must have been duly The west boundary is along sec
to make the
Legislative rommittee mem ing the summer.
ing achievement program at the registered prior to June 1 in ' tion lines and the Eagle Creek
stop on the way in.
Chaplain Nita Gant reported
ber, James Martin described an
the voting precinct for this dis forms the southwest boundary.
Other events of the day in
article from Readers Digest. a ne"[ granddaughter for Hugh
cluded an excursion to Jantzen June 20 at 8 Ralph Reynolds
which said the Armed Forces I ™arshall: a"othe'’ grandson for
Beach and the band members was master of cermonies in ab
were taking millions of acres of _ rs’ rPla enr>y, Mrs. Sam
getting to view themselves on sence of A. T. Varitz.
good farm land, not only taking . nly r' ls
TV after they arrived home.
Each leader gave a report on
the ground out of production, £etterl’ Everhett Shibley injured
Advanced band practices are the activities of their group.
but also off the tax rolls
')y fa hor5fs1h° e wlth * b,’"e ln'
held Tuesdays at 7:30 and last Each club member had
The unique dry arrangement £ ctlon;
Gant and Harold stalled the following officers on 1 year’s beginners practice , F, i asked to display a part of what
u fashioned clock cast*,
__ Horner suffering from broken
day at 7:30.
they had learned during the
which was prepared by Bernice ribs; Carl Bennett with a bad Worthy Matron, Mae Eaton ;Pa- Future plans for the band In club year. The Capable Cooks
Miller to go to the Home Ec.
Wednesday evening of last
chocolate cakes which
display at State Grange was on hospitalized for a skin graft on Matron, Evelyn Lawrence; As for the timber carnival and to displayed
were later served to the audie softball inaugurated season week a large number of mcm-
display. Six birth,lay cakes will h,s arm; GeorgIe Ledbury re-
nce. The Needle Notes showed play June 12 at Estacada Grade hers and friends of the Estaca
be sent to the McClaren school coverlng
a” »^ury whlcn
stuffed toys, oprons, pot holders School. Six teams started off da Methodist Church gathered
Treasurer, Abbie Armstrong;
in July so the boys with June
and various other things they the season play with Redland at the church to honor
stopping Viola 7 to 6; Colton pastor, Rev. Violet Boiliger.
birthdays will not miss their
*U at h°!"^ M'*’ Chrls Conductress, Iris Sears; Asso
defeated Church of God 9 to 4;
Wilbers second daughter very ciate Conductress, Myrl Linn;
After a short program, sing
Foresters had a large display of and Barton defeated Springwa ing and refreshments were en
ill and the death of Mrs. Roy Chaplain. Vernita Gant; Mars
The community service com Beck, mother of Mrs. Everett hall, Daisy Tarcy; O'Tganist.
ter 14 to 12.
joyed in the social rooms of the
mittee was informed that a Shibley and Mrs Jack Akins.
Lucille Jenkins; Ada, Flor Last Monday evening the men gon. Each member of the audi June 19 the church league ad basement. Mrs. Delbert Nord-
member had requested an addit
Ruth, Priscilla representing the volunteer fire ence was given a card and ask ded two more teams to its rost quist made a beautifully decor
R. H. Millard was given a ence Glover;
ed to identify as many of the
ional sign at the Dodge Inter Father’s day gift from the
Baptist Church and ated cake for the occasion. A
Anders; Esther, Ruby Rivers; j department wound up their del- specimens as possible. The For er,Estacada
EagleCreek. Results of Thurs gift of money for a set of lug
section and her request had re- grange and it was announced Mortha, Lois Erickson; Eecta, iveries of the new business di-
as follows- gage was given Rev. Boiliger
suited in the county Crew pre- that Mr.and Mrs. Elwin Shibley Irene Connor: Warder, Elmer rectories within Estacada. Those esters also had several speci day’s games are
overwhelmed At the closing session of
paring and placing a fine new had won a set of encpclopedia Linn; Sentinel, Del Gant The who did not receive one may mens of insect life on display
Sally Reynolds and Celio Be- Colton 16to 4; Viola defeated Methodist conference last F: i
sign directing travellers
to for second place in the state installing officers were Lucille contact Chief Sagner. The ones
Church of God 9to 5; the Bap day night, she received an ap
contest f o r young grange couple Jenkins. P.M. and Loren Cyrus, for the rural area will be mailed gulien gave a very interesting tists stopped Eagle Creek 13 to pointment to serve the Shedd,
The health and safety report of the year,
P.P.; Mattie Darrow. P. M. was out within a few weeks
8 and Redland beat Barton 14 Oregon church and is moving
Asst. Chief Von Gray appoint the correct and incorrect way to 11. This weeks schedule: there this week.
as given by Josephine Bennett
Joe Guttridge, who is a dep- metaling marshall; Avis Cyrus.
who urged everyone to get pol- uty of the Oregon state grange P.M. was installing Chaplain. ed Joe Marek as Lt. of Personel.
Junc26— Colton at Barton;
io shots and also told of the tu-- and assistant steward, had at- Emma Allen of Pioneer Chap President Frank Marshall swore well told of a recent trip to Rcdand vs. Springwater; Viola
berculin test now being recom- tneded all sessions of the state ter was installing organist and in Vince McKee as a new mtm- Livestock club took to Canby to vs. EagleCreek; Church ofGod
ber o f the department bringing the fat lamb show. Kathi Rey vs. Baptists;
mended to discover victims of grange at Eugene, chose two to- Alice
Carter. P M. as Installing lhe cur,.ent roster to 22
men nolds gave a report on enter
tuberculosis. People who react pics from Elmer McClures spre- secretary.
within the organization .
to the test are then xrayed.
ches to the convention, Farm- The meeting was opened witn John Deets served refresh-
en Slane showed how to trim a
It was announced that identi- ers’ truck licenses and fees and tl' 1957-58 officers. Del Gant ments and following adjourn- tree
to product better lumber
Now playing at the Broad
fication bracelets may be pur- the Federal highway system,
and Daisy Tracy, in the chairs, ment a film “Payday at
the and to protect smaller trees.Le
way theatre, a picture packed
chased at a reasonable price or
Next meeting will be July 12 They retired and the
installa- Brickyard was shown. 15 men an Reynolds gave a short tolk
with action from the word go’
neck chains for children at a at 8 P.M-
Doris Hosford attended the meeting,
ACTION OF THE TIGER’ in
on weeds and how to get rid of
cinemascope and color, filmed
of Portand was the soloist with
“LOST ” CHILDREN CAUSE
in Athens and Albania.
Clifton Walter as accompanist.
M>-s. Forrest Erickson pre
SEARCH IN DODGE
Johnson holds the starring role,
Sharon Taylor entertained dur
sented the grou p with a large
Ronald Slane and Kathy Ma
supported by a young lady new
ing the interlude with numbers
American flag from the Ameri
son created quite an uproar Sun
to pictures- Miss Martino Car
can Legion Auxiliary in Esta
on the electric organ..
day afternoon in Dodge when
Five tennis lessons will be ol and Herbert Lorn. The story
cada. Mrs. Erickson told the 4-
Joseph Nicholson, route 1,Es Daisy Tracy was
they disappeared for
given to people of all ages star of a American adventuerer who
hours. Mrs. Slane and the tacada, died in a Portland hos
the third oldest flag in the ting Friday, June 27 at the high smuggles human cargo out of
children were on a combina pital Saturday after being con zel Day. Mae ond Paul Eaton
world and pointed out the 33rd school tennis court.. The five Communist held Albania into
tion picnic ond fishing trip on fined for one day. He was born had Daisy Tracy and Del Gant
the star of our lessons necessary to complete free Greece. Second big hit
The Estacada Babe Ruth state, whichis
Clear Creek when Ronald and February 16, 1875 in Temple escorted to the East where they
the course are, weather
per preacher finds himself in the
Kathy decided to search for Sowerby, England. He had been were presented gifts. After the baseball team started league Three members of the Capable mitting:
middle of a white man’s raid on
deeper pools without properly a resident of Estacada for 54 meeting refreshments were ser play June 14th, playing Oregon Cooks were given ribbons and Friday, June 27 Brief history an Indian camp.
The boys got off to a awards for making the most of the game, rules anil funda ' LAWLESS EIGHTIES ’ with
notifying headquarters. Mrs. years and when he was employ ved in the dining room by Mr. City.
Slane searched for sometime be ed was a steam fitter in con and Mrs. Paul Eaton, Mr. and good start by playing an error- outstanding grades in a series mentals.
Buster Crabbe, John Smith and
. . less ball game and showing con- of three tests given by their Monday, June 31, the forehand Marilyn Saris. Thrills and chills
fore calling for help; then Mr. struction work.
and Mrs. Max Kishpaugh joined His survivors include one bro Mrs. S. E. Lawrence and Ins siderable strength on offense. leaders They were Celia Begu- smash
in the Black Hills.
the search. Dan and Pat Dough ther, John of Estacada; and a S< ai\v Pouring at the tables Behind the capable pitching of lien, Sally Reynolds and Susan Tuesday, July 1- The backhand
Starts Sunday through Tues
erty,Ralph and Leaon Reynolds, sister, Elizabeth Nicholson in were Ruth Keith and Eva Kit- Norm Riddle and Howard Bess, Caswelll.
Mrs. Mary Kish and footwork
Estacada defeated Oregon City paugh was presented
Tom Stroeder, Buzz Keller, Ar England. Services were held on ching.
brated romantic best
with a 4-H
thur Davis and Eugene, A T. Tuesday at 2 PM in Clayville
book is brought to the screen
booster card from all the clubs.
Varitz.John and David Wolford chapel with interment in the
All lessons are to be folowed with David Niven.
YOU'RE SURE OF LOTS OF h^ to toeM ilwfuki^Brav« 3
and Richard Collins were all Odd Fellows cemetery.
by periods of play. After the Kerr and new Jean Seberg in
FUN AT BLUE LAKE PARK the North Clackamas County SKYLINE ROAD IS NOW
standing by; to form a search
course is completed there is to BONJOUR TRISTESSE’ film
Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Wade When local folks want a lot of Babe Ruth league Milwaukie OPEN Says FOREST SERVICE be a tournament for players 14 ed in cinemascope and coor al
party when word was received
that the children had been found visited the Ralph Wades and fun in a super modern picnic Kot off to a good start, leading
be ong the French Rivera and it
Supervisor Paul Neff, Mt and under; the winner to
over the park where you don’t go t“ Estacada by a 8-1 count. Estaca
by Mrs. Kishpaugh and Mrs. the Dick Phillips
awarded temporary possession Paris.
The book is somethin)
sleep for lack of something to ,la ca™ back 8trIon8 to tie . the ces that the Skyline road from of a trophy This is the second on the ‘Must Read’ list- the pic
annual Junior tennis
tourna ture also should be on the ‘Mus
do, they naturally go to Blue ?am®A0; 10;
In an overtime.
Braves came out ahead with Clackamas Lake to Olallie Lake ment Last year's winner was See’ list.
Lake Park, the
a 11-10 count.
Robin Cody is now open for public travell. Joyce Black whose name Is al
Starts next week—we ha ve
playground of this section
of turned in a good performance
The Ollalie Lake resort with ready engraved on the trophy. ‘Trooper Hook’ starring
Oregon and probably the ent- on the pitching mound along boat and cabin rentals and the
McCrea and The Happy Road
with some very capable offen Forest Service picnic grounds
with Gene Kelly.
Blue Lake Park is a fine ex sive play by his fellow
team are also open, however, the
ample of what can be accomp mates.
campground units on the south uncle of Marguerite Keller, re-
Tim Barr, son of Mr. and Mrs
lished by free enterprise. Man- Last Saturday the Milwaukit end of the lake are still covered centy
suffered a heat
stroke Joe Barr, fell out of a cherry
ager Nick Welsh and his cap- Giants played host to Estacada. with snow.
and was taken to the hospital. tree and suffered a light con
able assistants have built up a
local team got off to a good The road from Detroit to Brei- After a few days he was able
He is in
park which is known for
its start leading the Giants 5-O.Mil- tenbush Lake suffered severe to come to the Keller home cussinn
beauty and excellence of enter- wtmkie came back strong to de- washing due to unseasonal fall and when he" was recovered Park hospital
• ___ r_■
i- 4 ■ „ „ all
b a 21 10 f count the
over the feat
use and while it s passable it is Mrs. Keller took him back to
US. and many foreign count- next two weeks.
Jim Keller is playing baseball
extremely rough and travel his home in Redland
with the Reynolds Connie Mack
June 26—Estacada vs .'Milwau- ;hou!d be with caution.
team. He plays pitcher or short
Athough there is plenty going kje Giants, here 4 PM
The road from Olallie to
on daily at Blue Lake Park j une 28—Estacada vs Milw iu Brietenbush is still bocked with
A baby daughter was born to stop The played at Lents Park
in Portland Saturday eve
this popular playground is go- kie Braves, there, 4 PM.
snow drifts and is not expected Mr and Mrs. James Haughton
ing to outdo itself on the coming July 1—Estacada vs Milwaukie
(the former Virginia Odell) of
to open until July 4
Fourth of July. In addition to Giants .here. 5:30 PM.
Myrtle Creek June 19 The n,-w Mrs. Dan Woods fell in
the many entertainment
f e a - ------------------
F Ott, supervisor of arrival weighing 8 lbs and nam- home Tuesday and
tures there is going to be a big
*d Brenda Jean, has one 4 yen, her hip. She was taken by am
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Shoe
fireworks display July 4th be maker are the parents of a ba the Dodge ground observer old brother Mark Grandparents bulance to the Doctors Hospital
in Oregon City
ginning at 9 PM “Bring the by boy. Donald Kent, born no
Vannatta of the Portland filter arc Mr. and Mrs. Earl Odell of
whole family for a glorious 4th’ June
The grandparents center and Mrs.Ed Sinat, super Barton and Mr. and Mrs Lau
ionce Haughton of
says Nick Welsh, "and
don t are Mr and Mrs David Homer
M A SO N IC M EETIN G
visor of the Sandy post drove Great grandparents are Mrs.
leave Grandpop to home.”
A special communication of
and Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Mill to West Linn recently
Blue Lake Park as everyone ard. The Shomaker* now have
they were guests in the Richarp son of Coquille and Richard Estacada Lodge No 146 will be
should know is located north of two boys.
Bittner home. While there they Haughton. M s. Oddi just r<* held in the Lodge Hall at 7:30
Fairview Avenue and Blue
M Tuesday evening. July 1st.
discussed plans for the big GO turned from a brief visit to her P
M M degree work
For further de-
For the Best
in Printing. C picnic at Jantzen Beach on daughter and the new grand
O E Smith. S. c
, taitr re^d all about it elsewhere
Try Clackamas County News Saturday. August 16.
in this great family journal.
Grade School Band
Legion Unit Gives
Flag to Dodge
Church S oftball
Rev. B oiliger
Honored w ith
Farew ell P arty
Joe M arek
T h rill Films at
Last Rites for
Guess Who-Where-Sign in Background
Ruth Team Ball
on Local Program
fo r K id Recreation