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Clackamas Counts Jtetos
In Its Fifty-fourth Fear of Publication
Volume No. 54
Estacada, Oregon, Friday, July 11,1 9 5 8
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Legion and Auxiliary Receive Reports
from State Convention Held at Astoria
CanI Douglass Amohican L e Abbott anoouneed she had in
gion Post and Unit hold their vited the Leatherneck
monthly meeting Monday and & Bugle Corp to play at
heard reports of delegates
at installation of officers Aug.23.
tending the Dcpartmnnt con
Mrs Adoph Still w ill be the
vention at Astoria.
chairman for the luncheon Ju
Mrs. George Armstrong rt ly 16th to be assisted by Mrs.
ported attending the committee Frank Marshall, Mrs. Clifford
meeting on membership. M em Leonard and Mrs. Harry H ick
bership awards w ere received man.
Mrs George Arsmstrong
Junior member Cheryl Ann
Mrs. Leonard celebrated her birth
Eva Dooley. Mrs. Forrest Er day by receiving gifts from the
ickson and Mrs. Adolph Still- Auxiliary president and mem
Mrs. Larry Meade reported bership chairman.
The Junior group w ill be or
committee and said that a sur ganized after Sept 1 and w ill
v ey would be made
the meet on a Saturday.There are
srhools to ascertain the number many interestin things for the
children. Juniors to do and it is the hope
There are many scholarships to of the Chairman Mrs. Adolpn
assist war orphans in receiving Still that all members w il join
their higher education. Anyone the group fo r fun and learning.
wishing to report a young p e r
Child welfare chairman Mrs.
son who has lost their veteran A llyn Price reported assisting
father call Mrs. Allyn Price so one youngster with a suit
that she may start to compile a clothes and thru the
list for this area. The survey health nurse clothing for
can not be made complete w ith other child.
out cooperation o f the
school good used and outgrown cloth
ing remember our child
Mrs. John Abbott reported on fare chairman w ill
the Drum and Bugle Corp con where it w ill do a lot o f good-
test and what a thrill it was to The Unit is very proud o f Mrs
see the teams in competition. Allyn Price for her written re
Mrs. Ray Gordon
reported port o f child w elfare activities
on the various speakres at the which received a department
opening joint session.
Gov. award o f first. The Unit wishes
Holmes addressed the conven to thank everyone fo r
tion alonp with Unander and assistance in our program
. rehabilitation and child w e l
The two new electric stoves fare. May w e have another sue
are ready to be installed in the cuessful year.
kitchen with furnace heat to be
O wing to the
absence o f
added to the kitchen
Post Commander Til Foreman
Mrs. Forrest Erickson
p re First Vice Commander
sented the flag to
Dodge 4H his place. Chaplain S. E L a w
youngsters and told the story rence was also absent and hts
o f the flag to the youngsters. place was taken
Auxiliary President Mrs. Jane Meade.
BOOK FORUM DATE
NO RTH FO R K PROJECT
W IVES TO DINE
The Estacada L ibrary Book
North Fork Project
Forum usually held on the sec Luncheon w ill be held at the
ond Saturday has been
post Legion hall July 16. For res
poned until the third Saturday,
ervations phone Mrs. Bert Cole
July 19 A t this time the life
and books of
Ernest Heming CR 9 -4126 or Mrs. Ed Schlue,
way will be discussed.
Beachcombing a la Estacada
Mr. and Mrs. Nat Gozzano pose for authin
beachcombing atmosphere to provide setting for
Mrs. Gozzano's presentation o f her “ How Daddy
Became a Beachcnv
New Garden Ciub Fred and Rose Bartholomew Return
Cmcers Installed from Extensive European Tour
Estacada Garden Club met at
the C ity Hall July 7 at
with the following
Bernice Miller, and
Ficken Roll call was answered
by 21 members.
Due to the absence o f sever
al new officers last month, the
installation was postponed until
this meeting. Grace Still con
ducted the instalation o f
follow ing officers: Pres., Bern
ice M iller; 1st vice pres., Ber
tha Gentemann; 2nd vice pres.
was presented with a
The president Bernice M iller
ees for the year.A new commit
tee has been added this
Bertha Gentemonn was asked
to be chairman o f the commit--
tee for the Mctzler
Park located about
from Springwater on
Creek. Considerable interest is
being shown in dcvelopng the
park. The county has quite a
little money this year for parks
therefore the people o f this dis
trict should make an appeal to
the county fo r this park.
Judging the arrangements and
horticulture before the
ness meeting w ill help speed up
The club decided
that just important business be
brought up in our meeting and
extras w ill be taken care o f by
the Executive Committee, thus
giving more t’me for the pro
Louise Linn gave an inteien-
ing report on her trip to
state convention held in Eug
ene in June
Next meeting w ill be the an
nual potuek picnic to be held
at R iver M ill Park, in case o f
rain at the city hall;
11:30 AM. Hostesses are Ann
Underwood . Lena Underwood
i nd Elizabeth Ames. The pic
nic is pot luck and
w ill serve only the drinks
At our next meeting
Ewalt w ill give a talk on hor
ticulture, how to
fowers for the show, the leaves
to take o ff or leavn on. etc.
By Rose Bartholomew
We loft Portland April 21 by
plane for N ew York and arriv
ed at Idlew ild
eight hours and fifteen minutes
later. We left on April 23 on
the Chirsto Columbo for Nap
les, arriving the 1st
It was their Labor Day
and there were lots of people
on the streets begging.
not a very clean city and
streets are made
stones. We took a trip to Mt.
Vesuvius and then on to Pom
peii and looked over the ruins,
which covered 130 arces of the
city- In 1944 it was covered
with 14 feet o f ashes
From there w e went on a very
narrow road over a mountain
There wer-j one thousand curv
es in thirty miles o f this road
In Italy they use every inuli
o f ground possible and
terrace the hills
lemon and orange trees.
left by bus for Rome and went
through farming country. Be
cause o f lack o f
they build ihe roads by laying
rocks about six incites square
by hand. We ent through Cas-
sino where one of the greatest
battles of World War II
place. A fter arriving in Romo
w e went through
Church and saw the Pope. He
stuck his head out o f a window
four stories high and
The zoo in Rome
was a wonderful
the had lots o f
neer saw before. Every park
we visited we had to pay if we
sat down on a bench.
The trip to Florence over the
mountains was very beautiful.
Some places the bus could bare
ly make the hairpin curves.Wo
saw the women out
and shocking hay.
use oxen on tho farms.
streets of F ' r nee arc
narrow The stores close at noon
and open again at 3 PM. They
have big iron gates with pad
locks across the doors and w in
dows. They are now building
more moron buildings to take
the place of those bombed dm -
ing the war.
In Venice there is not a car
as all the streets are
and transportation is by boai
or gondola. From there
had our first train ride to M il
an, and from there to
by train. There were twelve
tunnels through the mountains
and a tunnel under the town.
Our hotel was on top o f it
They raise over a thousand
acres of carnations and
for the perfume factories
Nice. Wo went to Monte Car-
10c Per Copy
Steven Car P itie d írcm Cackamas
loand saw Grace's home,
flowers w ere beautiful
and even planted in the
places in the rock walls.
Going to Switzerland
was beautiful scenery,
headquarters were at Interlock-
en. We visited Bern and then
went to Meieringen, where my
father came from. I saw the
home where my father
and also met three of my cou
Had to have an inter
preter to talk to them. We took
several trips up in the moun
tains in cable cars and
cleanest country we visited.
When w e went to
w e stayed in a hotel built
1556. The chairs in the hotel
are carved out of wood.
went up the mountain in a lift.
They weigh the people and on
ly take 2500 pounds They go
3000 feet stright up and from
there you can see three d iffe r
ent countries — Switzerland.
Germany and Austria.
In Heidelberg w e had s nice
isit with David Qualls. From
Weisbaden, on the Rhine,
went to Cologne.
It is one of
the badly bombed cities whien
they are trying to rebuild.
Amsterdam is a very beauti
ful city and is the largest city
in Holland. Everybody, young
and old. ride
homes arc tall and narrow and
in each one there is a gable at
the top with a hook and pulley
to get their
In Brussels we went to the
World’s Fair. It took us three
days to find the Unitcu States
building. All the signs wen-
in French. German or Dutch.
Tore were more people in the
U.S. biuling than
building wo visited.
In Paris we found the high
est prices of all
We saw Nap
oleon’s Tomb: went to the top
of the Eiffel Tower, anl wem
to the Follies.
We flew from Paris to Lon
don and there went on several
tours to Windsor Castle. Hyd<-
Park and No. 10 Downing St.
an other places o f interest. We
saw the changing of the Guard-
at Buckingham Palace.
men in London are
derby hats again.
We left for the dear old U S.
on the Corona.
ship, with fine food after being
abroad. Upon arriving in Now
York July 1 w e found it very
hot. On part o f the way home
the storm was so
couldn’t serve our food fop-
How happy w e,
were to get back to dear
At the regular meeting of the
City Council Wednesday even
ing. July 2,
suggested the name o f Earl H
Eckcrsley for City Councilman
and by unanimous vote of all
council members Mr. Eckcrsley
was appointed to fill the vac
ancy created by the resigna
.11 DIT1I LU C IL L E
tion o f Rev. Marion Ravan.
WEDS IN P O R T LA N D
The Mayor asked fo r and re
Miss Judith Lucille Barnes.
ceived the council’s
I daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wm.
for a policy which would sub
B. Barnes of Estacada Route 1.
mit department expenses
became the bride
the chairman o f each depart
Blaine Huey. Molalla, at a dou
ble ring ceremony on Saturday.
felt that by doing this a better
The wedding took
knowledge o f the C ity’s
The Upper Clackamas R iver i place at the home of the bride’s
chases and day to day
finan Chamber o f Commerce is plan
aunt an uncle, Mr. and MrsH.
cial condiitions would be un ning a brochure o f the recreat
N. Jinings of Portland with the
derstood in detail by more of ional facilities of our Clacka
Rev. Walter J. Knutson,
The mas R iver Playbround for the
Marks Lutheran Church o ffic i
chairman o f the committee or purpose of
committees, would claar their | tourists to the area
The bride, given in marriage
requests through the Record your help in obtaining pictures
by her father, wore a ballerina
er’s office, and
they o f any kind to promote this in
length white brocadeded nylon
deemed necessary, bids would j terest.
I f anyone has snap net over taffeta gown, with a
be asked for.
shots taken in this area
p er fingertip veil o f nylon net. held
The street committee o f the taining to— fishing. camping,
at the crown with tiny
Council, who have spent much picnic areas, scenery,
water and sequins
She carried two
time considering the im prove skiing, hunting, hiking.
and white orchids on a white Bible.
ment of Broadway St North of would be w illing
Miss Sharon Alertas o f Col-
3rd Ave.. instructed the Recor them for this worthwhile pro 1 ton attended the bride and Mr.
der to advise
Carl E. Green, ject please bring or mail them Ed Bring, also o f Colton
.City Engineer, that immediate to the Clackamas County News the best man.Miss Janet Jones,
engineering of permanent im office. It will be greatly ap cousin of the bride,
provement extending as far as preciated.
charge o f the guest book. Mrs.
the north line o f the Post O f
Harold Silk, aunt of the.groom.
fice be made, with the possib
M rs K-'n Dwarchak. sister of
ility of submitting the job for
the groom. Mrs Oren Barnes,
bids in the very near
The Estacado Telephone Co. aunt of the bride and Mrs. Wm.
We now understand that
Mr. w ill be publishing new direc’ o Jinings, an intimate friend, as
Green has made a preliminary ries soon. Anyone wanting new
sisted at the reception held in
survey and w ill work with the telephone service, or a number
the garden after thy ceremony.
street committee to speed
up change, or listing change con
drainange and paving on that act the
portion of Broadway street.
PIE SO C IAL BY DODGE
CR 9-4161. J18
A letter was received from
Veo Ralston, addressed to the
The Dodge Teen age club is
Planning commission, request -
holding a pie social
ing permission to build a five C A R W ASH This S A T I K D AY Dodge Community Hall Satur
BY YO U TH OROITP
to ten unit motel on his proper
day evening at 7:30 PM. Every
ty. located on N E Broadway
The Teen age
A car wash will be conducted one weld- me.
St This letter was terned ov this Saturday. July 12. from girls are to furnish the
er to the Planning Commission 8:30 AM to 7:30 PM at
Sin Please come one and ail.
by the Council for early
con clair’s Mobil Service Station b
pung people o f Westmins-
R->v Rhine and family from
Eugene visitdd Julv 4 at
R A K E D FOOD SALE
• used tow
Ira Reyonlds home
The Dodge CommunHv Clue
afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Jam*--
w ill hold a Baked Food
Hanna of Portland were also
chool at Lc
S.-t’ irday. July 2 a* the Clacka
mas Countv News O ffice
for C. of Commrce
J IV H H D D U «
Relief was felt by all concerned when this .olen
‘47 Ford was hauled from the Clackama: 1:. vY.es
East o f Estacada last Saturday.
Estacada Chief of Police Barden with S", * and
County officers enlisted the help of skin-diver
Beane Exton who got a line on the car in .‘50 ft of
water. Exton is shown in the top picture. Miller’s
wrecker is shown at work with the car being towed
from the depths.
Called by Death
Monday at It AM at Clayville
Chapel in E-taoada with Rev.
Vernon Ross officiating Inter
ment followed at the
Kenneth I< Lauderbnek. 72 |
late of E-t::cida died Thur das
Mr and Mrs. Fred A Mars
at a Portland hospital following
hall sp"nt the 4th of July
a short illness
Mr Laudrehack who
wn- Agency Valley Reservoir near
operator o f the Estacada berr- B< ulah. Oregon
receiving station was born on Join' d by Mr. and Mrs Philip
fo n t
September 28, 1885 at Dover. Mar-hall and children
Mo., and had lived in Estacada Boise, Idaho.
report limit catches o f
for the last 18 years.
Survivors incluse his widow from the North fork o f
Lillian: four ons. James
an.l Malheur river.
Jack both of
Robert. Boise. Idaho; Richard
Portland on«' dauhgter,
In Drcemeboi 1941 when the
Judith Berreth. Portland. t w
Mrs Emma Waybill
■e N avy nurses
one- and sent
Gresham two brothers. For
¡«on in Japan
,est, Boring Leonard. Gresh
am; and three grandchildren.
Funeral services were held