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In Its Fifty-fourth Year oT I4ibl ¡ration
Volume No. 54
Estacada, Oregon, Friday,
Our "Find the Error" Contest to Start
in "N ew s" Next Week. Cash Prize!
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Rates Oregon Best
Mario Fontana left Estacada
ten months ago but liked our
city so well she returned
week and purchased the Estaca
da G ift Shop, which she
previously sold to Ina Johnson.
Mrs. Fontana has done con
siderable travelling during the
time she was gone. Her head
quarters w ere at her daughters
in Rocky River, Ohio. She vis
ited her son Elbert Sponhaucr
in Chicago and a sister in Han-
field, N. J
This visit was sad
dened by the death o f her sister
on Thanksgiving day.
so visited a brother in the his
torical town of Dover,
ware In this town the original
whipping post is in the
o f the County Courty Hou ¡e.
The many antique shops on the
K in g ’s Highway there w ere in
teresting to her. A t Christmas
time she was in N ew York C i
ty and saw a Christmas play at
Rockfeller Center.She saw the
stage play “ Happy L ittle Fell
ow ’’ and many other interest
ing things and places.She made
a trip to Lake Turick, Ills, to
visit an old time friend,, Mrs.
Malmquist and daughter.
Mr. and Mrs. David Horner,
accomp nied by Mr. and Mrs.
Ralph M atile o f Oregon City,
left by plane for San Francisco
Monday the 23. They spent sev
eral days there visiting points
of interest. On Thursday they
went to Reno and while there
they visited Virginia City. They
saw the Comstock mine and
other interesting sights. They
returned home Monday and re
port they had a wonderful time.
IN F A N T D AU G H TE R DIES
IN P O R T L A N D H O S P IT A L
Nancy Sue Judd, infant dau
ghter o f Mr. and Mrs Robert
W. Judd of Engle Creek, died
Monday o f last week at a Port
land hospital follow ing a long
The baby was born on April
1, 1357 in Long Beach. Calif.
Besides the parents, Mr.
Mrs. Robert W. Judd, she has
three sisters and one brother,
Linda, Marilyn, Patricia
Daniel, all at home: Grandpoi-
ents, Mrs. Alice Smith of Port
land and Mr. and Mrs. Thomas
Wholing o f Long Beach, Calif
Requiem mass was offered
Wednesday o f last meek at the
St. Aloysius Catholic
in Estacada with interment at
the Forester cemetery at Eagle
Creek. C layville chapel
charge of arrangements.
Mr. and Mrs. Kenney Mah-
lum o f Portland visited Mrs.
Mahlum’s parents, Mr. and Mis.
Lewis Pauli, on Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. W ilfred Men
denhall and three children of
Longview, w ere house guests of
the David Horners Wednesday
o f this week.
PGE ISSUES COLORFUL
IN V IT A T IO N S TO IN D U S T R Y
A full color 30-page invitation
to industries across the land to
locate in Oregon has been pub
lished and is now being distrib
uted ny Portland General Elec
The brochure outlines in gen
eral terms the resources, facili
ties and services that can be
found in Oregon, with special
emphasis on Portland and the
W illam ette Valley.
Library Ass n.
Beachromber” is a happy relief
after reading some o f the sen
sational literature being featur
ed at our bookstands today. The
freedom o f expression, fresh
ness and comedy are a real
treat— sort o f like giving your
brain a breath o f fresh air.
For a pleasant evening o f re
freshing reading entertainment
and cheefulne-s. you won't re-
g-et an evening o f "beachcomb
ing" with ‘ Daddy ”
LEG IO N A N D U N IT W IL L
MEET M O N D A Y EVE.
Carl Douglass American L e
gion Post and Legion Auxiliary
w ill hold their July
Monday evening,.July 7th in
tne Legion hall.
Reports w ill
be made on the American L e
gion and A u xiiary state conven
tion held last week at Astoria.
The Estacada Library Asso- •
ciation met June 28with
follow ing members
Mae Eaton, Clarabell Oswald,
Betty Dunlop, Geraldine Price,
Ada Dayton, Hattie Saunders
and Louise Linn.
K E P U B LIC A N S ELECT
The librarian, Ada Dayton,
reported that 618 books
Don Quesinbcrry of
been taken out
the was re-elecied chairman of the
month of May.
1 Clackamas county Republican
O fficers for the coming year central committee at a meeting
w ere elected as follows: Presi in Oregon C ity last week. Mrs
dent- Betty Dunlop: vice-presi •Vida Robertson, Molalla,
dent, Geraldine Price; Secret re-elected vice chairman; Faith
ary. Ada Dayton and Tieasur- Gillette, Oswego, yas named as
er, Louise Linn. Tw o members secretary, and J. Bcrglund, of
at large- Clarabell Oswald and Clackamas was elected treasur
ie s Dr. Arthur Guild of Canby
' was named congressional com
. * .^1?
Young or Oswego was
Rev. Reiser, t-Q
Qyr Author to Present Book cî Horners Methodist Pastor
Marilyn Hedley G o z z a n o ,
prominent local author w ill be
at H om er’s Market. Estacada.
Thursday, Friday and Saturday,
July 10-11-12 between 3 and 5
p.m. each day. to present her
book. "H ow Daddy Became A
To provide a proper atmos
phere for presentation of the
book an appropriate beach
comber background is being
displayed by Homers'.
“ How Daddy B e c a m e A
P.T.4, Sponsoring Kiwanis Phn L~ke
Rid s Swimming
Starting next week, your “ News” will conduct a
A deliberate mistake
of price or text will be placed in one ad appearing
in your paper or shopper. This will be mailed l O
someone at random. You must check all ads care
fully to find the error. When you find it, please
report to the firm in whose ad the mistake appears
where you may take advantage of the error if in a
price. You will also receive a cash prize of $10.
The mistake must be reported by 5 p.m. of the
Saturday following our date of publication. If the
prize is not claimed, it will be added to the next
week’s prize. A duplicate paper showing the “ mist
ake” will be posted in our window after 5 p.m. on
Saturday. This contest will only apply to our intent
ional errors. (N o comments, please.)
“Find the Error” Contest.
Mrs. Wm. Tucker
Hlew Area P. T. A.
ÿîi. 00 P.*i' Year
$w mmintj Are:
The Parent Teachers Associa
At a special meeting o f the
tion and the Estacada
Grade board o f directors o f the Esta
School are sponsoring a
pro cada Kiwanis club, last Thurs
gram that w ill make it possible day night, the group gave its
official go-ahead on an Estacada
for all youngsters age 8 to
14 L a k e improvement program.
exclusively to have free swim
Measures to improve swim
ming lessons. Sign up is taking ming facilities will be put into
place at Mayroses’ store. Nearly | effect as soon as possible. A
survey of the lake indicated the
i 100 are signed up already and
only practical place for a swtm-
j the facilities w ill accommodate ming area is that area in front
¡o f President Bob Cody’s house,
and that is where the efforts
Boys and girls whose
last will be concentrated.
name starts with letters A to J
Already some wooden steps
art* to have lessons on Thesday have been obtained to provide
and Thursday and those whose an easier access route to the
last name starts with letters K water. These steps were former
to Z are to have lessons on Wed ly used by Northwood. Inc., on
nesday and Friday. There w ill the North Fork dam project. It
be no lessons in Monday.
was a great stroke o f luck get
Each group w ill be divided in ting the steps, and it was decid
to three classes: beginners, in- ed that the first practical move
. termediate, and advanced. The would be some brush-clearing
j course consists of ten lessons, work and installation o f the
and nearly all who participate ] steps. Beyond this, plans are
i w ill learn to swim
afoot to provide a log boom to
Lessons for those in the first j seal o ff the swim area with a
! part of the alphabet w ill start j ! walkway around the boomed
: Tuesday, July 8th, and for those I area. Sunday morning saw the
• in the last part of the alphabet start o f this project with a work
starting date is Wednesday, July party consisting of Sim Dunlop
9th. Those taking part should be and Duane Day putting in a
j there at 9 a.m. and bring lunch * morning’s hard effort toward
and a towel. Girls should have clearing the site for the steps
Considerable progress was made
in that direction.
The Estacada lake project is
W O R LD W A R VETS I
one which w ill benefit the en
TO MEET J U L Y 8TH tire community and one which
each Kiwanian should support.
- j i F.;
The local barracks of World It will take a lot o f work, but
C S u li
W ar One Veterans w ill meet on end results will be well worth
Tuesday evening, July 8 in the the effort. Now that this pro
V F W hall at Currinsville. A ll ject is started, let’s keep it go
World War One Veterans are ing.!
— Kiwanis Bulletin
The Estacada Garden
Club cordiailly invited.
w ill meet at the City H all next
G A R Y S A R IN CELEBRATES
Monday, July 7th at
1 P.M., NEW SUMMER A C T IV IT Y
HIS 12TH B IR T H D A Y
with the follow ing
Bernice M iller.M abel Jubb and
FOR RECREATIO N Gary Sarin celebrated his 12th
The summer recreation pro birthday June 25 ot the Delbert
In preparation fo r our Fall
Flower show to be held August gram w ill ahve a new actvily—
Games were played with pri-
16 and 17, w e w ill practice on Crafts and playground activil- zen and favors for the children.
W ill ties w ill be taught This will be Refreshments were served witn
each member bring a bowl, flo for 5, 6 and 7 year olds
a beautifully (decorated
wers and foliage in order
to 10 to 1 PM each Tuesday and made by
June Saunders and
arrange Thursday during July st ating M ajorie Nordquist.
Guests attending w ere Kathy
A ll women interested in flo w Children are to come with a Armstiong,
ers are invited to these meet
Mark Geil, Bobby, Diane
o f the Grade School. M s. R. Gail Saunders, Kevin and Dcl-
Mrs. N ord
E. Cody w ill be the supervisor bertu Nordquist.
For any questions
CK quist, Mrs. Saunders and Mrs.
Fa!i Flower Show
Favor Firs Truck
Reksxin After G&lf Winners N are !
New minister at the Estacada
A special meeting
Methodist Church is Rav. Mil-
Council of the City o f Estacada
ton L. Nelson, recently appoin
’ was called June 25 for the pur
ted to replace the Rev
pose, as required by
B olliger by Bishop A. Raymond
canvas the votes of the Special
Grant of the Portland Area o f
i election held in the C ity o f Es
the Methodist Church.
tacada to raise a $2000.00 an
Nelson cgmes from
The organizational meeting of nual fund to be used to
California, where he completed the Clackamas County Parent shaso fire equipment.
his training fo r the
ministry. Teacher Association East Coun votes were canvassed and the
This is his first
full-time ap cil was held Wednesday. June result was as follows- 44 votes
pointment to a church.
25 at Sandy Grade School with "yes” for the additional
Nelson is a native o f Oregon, Mrs. John Garrett presiding.
levy and 9 votes "no.”
having been reared in
Mrs. Garret explained the di- evident from the small number
mook. His fam ily includes his j visiion o f the Clackamas Coun ! of votes that the majority
wife, Shirley, originally from ity Council into
five seperate the people o f the city
Washington, councils with their own govern have considered that new fire
and their 5 months old son,Ga ing officers.
equipment was desirable,
He has been related to the
The nominating committee that the election would pass be
Oregon Annual Conference of with Mrs.
Arthur Colson ns cause they certainly
¿The Methodist Church during chairman, presented
the come out to vote.
’ his years o f schooling although council the follow ing slate to be
Due to the regular Council
his church work has been
in voted into office for the coming meeting falling on the evening j
District Director- Mrs. o f July 3rd. the Council under j
I He attended Pacific U niver W inifred Bnrum;
President- Chapter IV. Section 13 of the
sity in Forest Grove,
Oregon, Mrs. Wm. Tucker, Estacada; 1st City Charter, moved to
for tw o years as did his wife. Vice-President- Mrs. V. O. A n their meeting Wednesdav eve..
The couple, then engaged, tran derson, Boring; 2nd Vice Presi July 2 at 7:30 P. M.
Vei n Sutton and Bob
sferred to the College o f Puget dent-
Mrs. Ed Shmitz, Sandy;
Golf Tourney at
Sound in Tacoma. Wash , from Secretary-
Mrs Louis Phelps,
which they received a Bachelor Welches: Treasurrer- Mrs. Glen “ READ A B O O K " CLUB TO
relax after t
BE O RG ANIZED HERE
o f Arts degree In 1955.
Rev. Bond, Dover.
Tn spite o f a rain theat
There will be a ‘Read a Book’
The proceeding slate was ac
training was taken at
Pacific cepted by the 21 members in at Club fo r boys and girls age 8 I wonderful time v.” <s bad
to 12 organized at the Estacada
School of Religion, an inter-de tendance
Estacada G olf dinner was held for all on the
Library. This w ill start July The second
nominational school at Berkel schools.
last Sunday covered patio on
The East Council consists
course grounds, and it was
The new pastor was for two the following 8 grade schools:
registering very enjoyable get-together for
years assistant pastor of Santa Redland. Welches. Dover, Estu a book. There w ill be a choir*-; with 27 entrants
and 26 players taking part.Tliis ail concerned
Methodist cada. Three Lynx,
Bull Run, of 15 books chosen by a panel. was an 18 hole match with the The winners of the
To be a member in good stand
Church in Alameda, California, Boring and Sandy.
at prize winning scores being dr are as follows:
doing religious education work
The n'-xt meeting yill be held ing they will have to read
basts. First Place— Dr Lionel Burton
and helping with worship serv October 1 at 9:30 A M at Three least one book a month. There termined on a low net
eight Second Place— D Neddrrmnn
will be a chart in the
library The players teed-off at
ices. This was a part time po Lynx school.
of Third Place— Verne Sutton
with the names o f the members o’clock despite the threat
sition w h ile attending semin
and a list o f the books, and a- rain, and fortunately the rain Fourth Plaee— Larry Oodsey
ary. Last year he was
h a lf
A rle t» W eyer and son Danny
held o ff until the last
four Fifth Place— Larry Fortner
time assistant pastor of Wood- visited Dolores Sponhaucr P o r the books are read a star whl
Sixth Place— Howard Ho. ner
some was through playing
side Road Community Metho ter at Long Creek, Oregon, for be placed opposite their name.
The blind bogey prize
This was a fam iiy
After the club
dist Church in Redwood City, two weeks
there will be a meeting
with more or less, in that the fam il w m bv Frank Walters
California, where he was re
will ies and friends of the player- est drive prizes went to
sponsible for the
educational ting settled in their new home refresments. where they
arrived at the golf course about Kiggins arid Clyd** Barnes.Clo
program o f the new church of Rev. Nelson delivered his first talk about the books they have
u -e i t » the P ;an nrizes
For more Infomatlnn noon, bringing with them
ove • 600 members.
sermon here June 22
Fam ily read
picnic lunch and after the tour won hv LeRnv Kiggins
A fter arriving in town F ri hobbies include sports, music, call at the library or call Mrs.
ney was completed, a potluck James V. Kitching
day, June 27 the fam ily is get- and camping.