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In Its Fifty-fou^ÿi Year of Publication
V olum e No. 54
Num ber 23
lUc Per Copy
E stacada, O regon, Friday, July 25, li)5 s
$3. 00 Per Year
Crass Growers' Meeting Planned at
Springwater; Among Other Activities
Paul Neff. Suyervisor of the
Mt. Hood National Forest has
announced that road work is
now underway On the Skyline
He advised that peo
ple traveling that portion on
week days between Highway
No. 26 and Clackamas Lake
Ranger Station may encounter
delay and rough, road because
of the heavy equipment
work being performed.
This is part of the reconstruc
tion planned which will event
ually imurove that portion of
the road to a two lane gravel
surfaced road The work is be
ing perfomed by timber pur
chasers in the area and it is ex
pected to pe completed by early
Travel is not restricted.
during the week delays and
rough road may be expected.
Peolpe using this road should
drive with caution. The road
will be kept open and graded
for travel on Saturdays ami
By Anne Justice
; 62 cars visited the park
Springwater Grange m em -1 another time 52.
bers considered several import-1 Carl Illig, chairman of
ant issues Saturday evening Youth committee asked
when they met for the July Guttridge to rejort on a
business session. Protem offi- discssion at State Grange where
cers were M.F. Ott, gatekeeper; he had acted as moderator with
Sue Aycock, Flora; Lena Mill- four prominent young grang-
ard, Ceres and Ray Miller, e x -. ers as speakers.
ecutive board .
Shibley said the children had
Everett Shibiey, chairman of voted to recess for July
committee, Aug. and
convene again 111
said a grass growers
assocla- Sept. Mrs. Shibley with
tion was being recommended son John and Tom Stroeder,
for Clackamas County and a Maste,- of the Juvenile Grange
meeting might be held in the attended Sate Grange at Eu-
Springwater Grange hall
to gene and John made reserva-
make plans. Elwin
Shibley tions to attend Skyline Camp
brought a fine healthy spec!-- near Bend July 21 to 26. The
men of tansy ragwort to
re- Juvenile grange
mind folks of its appearance promised new drapes for their
and characteristic odor. He also meeting room and new window
brought a book he had compil panes to replace those broken
ed in college with more than by BB guns and rocks from ai
100 native weeds mounted and unknown source.
The Chaplain, Vernita Gant,
by reported new grand daughters
chairman A. T. Varitz describ- for Mr. and Mrs. James Smith
ed the rejoicing
in Alaska and Hugh Marshall. Fred Mof
Clarence Jubb, re
when Congress voted statehood. ford and
Richard Guttridge read a por cent hospital patients now re
tion of a column by Ernest covering in their homes
Lindley on the Adams- Gold- the marriages of Jack Chaney
fine cast. Lindley stated that to Ramona Schweitzer
gifts made to people in
high Richard Hess to Alice Lanier
official positions should be pub were reported; also Mr.
Mrs. Horner now
No meeting of the Home Ec. great grand sotis.
Club will be held until Sept,
Springwater Grange has re
when the hostess will be Mrs. served space for a booth at the
Clackamas. county fair with Mrs. M. F. Ott
Cakes for McClaren Home for as chairman of the committee
Boys will be made in August to prepare the exhibit. Dodge
by Mrs. M. F. Ott, Mrs. W.F. 4H clubs thanked the grange
Miller, and Mrs Everett Shib members M. F. Ott and
Gant who loaned their pickup
Under community service the trucks for their appearance in
instructed to the July 4 parade at Molalla.
write to the county court ask.- Dodge Community clubs wish
ing several additions at the to extend special thanks to Bill
newly acquired park area. At Wagner who acted as Good Sa-
present the water system has maritan when Pat Dougherty
failed so there is no water in was taken ill after the Juy 4
the picnic ground and
the parade at Molalla. Bill turned
caretaker has to carry
water his station wagon into an» am-
i'rom Clear Creek for house- bulanco to take Pat to Oregon P oortlan d G en eral E lectric co m p a n y ’s $ 2 0 m illio n
One day recently City hospital.
North Fork dam on th e C la c k .m a , river a b o v e f f f 0 f j¥ (> f f 0 B n i l M O
Called by Death
JAMES Win. HOLMAN
James Win. Holman, late of
Sandy, died in ;> Sandy nursing
home July 16 after a long ill
ness. Ho was born April 14.
1871 in Carroll County, Arkan-
saw and lived ir. the Sandy
community since 1909.
worked mostly as a saw filer
for the logging industry.
He is survived by a sister,
Mrs.Matilda Doss of Richmond,
Calif, and two brothers John
of Boring, Ore. and Albert of
nieces and nephews.
Funeral services were held
July 18 at Cpayville Chapel,Es
Interment was in the
/ / ta cada.
Cliffside cemetery, Sandy. The
Rev. Vernon Ross, Jr. officia
f f a
E sta ca d a n o w stan d s 3 0 p er cen t co m p lete, th e
. crete , arch _ o f th e dam
. w as
, . , ,
prior to th e O p era tin g E n gin eers strike w h ich has
tem p orarily d e la y e d co n stru ctio n . T rial o p eration
4 he m istake of last w eek w as in the ad o f M iller
o f the p ro /ect’s first g en er a tin g u nit is set for fall Chevrolet Service on the back page. A s nearly as
i f th e strik e is settled , that is.
we know , the “error paper” w ent to som eone on
PARK LUMBER TEAM
WINS TWO GAMES
The Estacada Park Lumber
RICH \RI> ZAKRZEWSKI
bafebaU team defeated Oregon
Richard Zakrzcwski late of
City Saturday night
Eagle Creek died in a Portland
hospital July 20 after a lengthy
Joe Jannssens left home on Clackamas County Babe Ruth
June 23rd and went by
Pan League.Robin Cody, short stop,
illness. He was born July 1,
American Polar Flight to Lon- dlove in 6 runs with 2 triples
l ^ * “ ^ ^ “" ^ « * 111
don, and then on to Brussels, and a double. Gary Barden was
Belgium, arriving there on the die winning pitcher,
says that w n oever still find s the m istake, he 11 pay
He is survived by his parents
evening of the 24th. It took
Tuesday eve the Park Lum-
up their subscription to the N E W S for a year.
Mr and ®*rs. Anthony zakr-
just 19 hours flying fr the trip, bermen went to Milwaukie and
Joe visited his mother and one defeated the Milwaukie Giants
N ow , this w e e k s error IS worth t O l V A A brothers. P.ml of Portland and
brother and two
to 1. Danny Nelson led the
Jim and Robert of Eagle- Creek;
ah teaching positions have arid s o m e o b s e iv a n t p el so n s h o u ld
His mother is al- hitting with 2 for 4 and did
.. i -. n
Sunday, Aug. 17. Estacada
mosr ninetv vears old and this some nice fielding at shortstop. I „ , ,
* 7 . ”T
i been filled in the Estacada find it. Our advertisers are happy to award you Marchbnnk or Corvallis
is his fisrt visit to her since Robin Cody allowed four hlt, to compete in a straight com- school year.Mrs. Conrad i f John
Maryann and Virginia of Eagle
* « I your prize o f $20.0 - read Ihe ads carefully.
While there he visited and walked one
petition golf tournament spon- son, who did substitiute work
The considerable interest shown in the contest zakrzewski fnd^Sndm othe1.0*
the World's Fair and saw all of
sored by L. L. Jenkins and last year will teach third grade
Craft" I kept advertisers with minor undesignated m is ta k e s ’ Mrs. Mary withuski both
the outstanding biddings and
Mls. Allyn Price and children Union Oi Co. at the Mt. Hood in place of Mrs. Ruth
home u by I---
arJ(i p v«B,
for a Golf
. .. He came
Everyone in the Mrs. Johnson has had 14 years busy answ ering questions. R em em ber, there i im lv Wilson, Wis.
1 -v was offered by Rev.
of New York City, where; Kimberley, Idaho, on Sunday,
is invited teaching experience.
lin mno m m n o nnAlriuv r\i*AT nm»
. . . .
one paper m ailed with the intentional error. A ny Fritz at st Aiyosius Catholic
lie mas met by another brother July 13, to visit
Mrs. Price’s ; to participate.
The only cost
who lives in Bedford, Pa. Af uncle and aunt, Rev. and Mrs. will be $2.00 green fees.There ro is to teach sixth grade and other errors do not qu alify you for the contest Church July 23 at 10 a m r <-
ter visiting there for several J. B. Sims. Rev. Sims in the will be no entry fee; all prizes girls physical education.
prize. R ules o f the contest are as fo llo w s:
. S T , " ‘. T e c S S , ” c C
days he took the plane to Port pastor of the Kimberley Meth- being provided by the sponsors, graduated from Bob Jones She
land and arrived home July 15. odist Church.
The ladies are also in on the iversity in South Carolina this C ontinuing in this paper, your “N ew s” is conducting <d at 8 P- m . ¡nterment in the
children of the Sims with their tournament.
They will only June.
a “ F ind th e Error” co n test. A deliberate m istake ° dd FrIlows cemetery’
School will start
Tuesday, o f price or text, or both, has been placed in one ad
children were home fo,- a visit have to play nine holes.
at the same time, so they had a men wiil play 18. Tee-off time September 2, the day after La
Dan Mattson, fur many years
which w ill be in both your paper or shopper. This
real good time visiting and go- has been set at 8:07 AM and bor Day.
a resident of Currinsville, pass
ing to places of interest. They players will take off in flights
paper is b eing m ailed at random. You w ill have to ed away in Portland July 21.
made a trip to see .‘The Crat- of four.
There will be no
Funeral services will be held
check all the ads carefully to find the “planted”
ers of the Moon," which is a handicaps considered but prizes
Thursday at 1 P.M. at A. J.
huge volcanic sight, covering will be awarded according to
| m istake. W hen you find what you think is the right R(>Se & Son, 537 s. e . Aider in
75,000 acres, and is the only your score at the end of 18
| m istake, take your paper to the firm in w hose ad it Portland,
interment will be
have thing of its kind in the west-
Picnic facilities are available
Three Estacada boys
been selected to play on the em states. Jerry and children for families who wish to comt.
here Anyone desiring further in for
Clackamas All Star team that returned to their home
i n p u ce i
o n m c n » l Jo
iin riiro rl U
If f to your advantage. Y
ou w ill a I lso
is e survived
motion can contact Union Oil
is to play in the state tourna last Friday.
Mrs. Robert Clayville
and at CR 9-3276 All participants
ment at Lents Park this week
children are attending camp- are urged to let Jenks know if
end in Portland.
T he m istake m ust he reported by 5 p.m. o f the
Day they are going to play as soon
Danny Nelson, Robin Cody, meeting at the Seventh
grounds in as possible.
and Howard Bess will play in Adventist camp
On Tueslay of last week Mrs.
the game Saturday at 4 PM
Ethel Woo-l and grandson of
Nelson is to play third base;
Beaverton calk'd on Armoda
The Library Assn, will meet TOt RIST ASKS $< 7,000
Cody second base and
Saturday. July 26 at 3 PM The
DAMAGES IN ACTION
The Clackamas All Stars are next Book Forum will be Aug.
Mrs. Ida Dia a tourist, last
About 70 members of
of TAY’LOR’S HI-WAY MARKET
to play Pendleton in the single 9. Each peroson who attends week brought suit against the tive Mrs. Meyner, a niece
A Western railroad recently Estacada Grade School
Adlai Stevenson’s was an ac- GRAND OPENING SET
If will discuss one of their favor- R.L.K. company, who
discontiuance the Midget anil Babe Ruth ball
Clackamas wins they will play ite authors. There are now ten Timberline Lodge for $77,895 tive campaigner for ______
teams, accompanied by seven
___Mr and Mrs. Cecil -Taylor. of two passenger trains. The
again 3:30 PM Sunday at Lents children in the Read a Book for injuries claimed suffered governor in his
J® ,thp‘r. G|;f.nd reason It costs $1,800 a day to parents, left at 10:30 AM for
Park. 92nd & Holgate in Port- Club This is for children 8 on July 18, 1956.as result
of successful bid for re-election
The Governor, who
™ ,iy ,°r2 . ^ _ ^ a y ! operate thim-and they carried Blue Lake Park on Sunday.All
to 12 years of age. More child an accident on the chair lift op last
ranked for several years as one Market on Thursl, Fri., Sat. of an average of only one- passen- bid a good time
ren are welcome to join.
erated by the defendants.
boating and pieknicklng.
i o f the country’s most eligible
ger per trip
Callers at the J. C. Rickey
turning home alaiut 8 P.M
Mr and Mrs I r . Aenew of
Mrs. Dia charges through her bachelors, was married during
‘ a0 Taylors purchased the
home at different times over
J lS 2 were
7 L guests
„.e„ . . g?
"f attorney Glen Jack of Oregon his first ,crm as Governor of mark^‘ '">m Mr and Mrs Jim
the week end were Mr.and Mrs The
Sun- City’ the c?mPany wi,h gross New Jersey.
Coffield last month and delayed
Gilbert Rickey and two boys, Delbert Nordquist home __.*¡1
negligence in the operation of
Governor Meyner will appear
grand opening in order to
Miss Teressa Woodle and sister, day evening,
staying until Ihe
lift She alleges she as the featured speaker at the have everything shipshape
and Helen Rickey and Rena Monday morning. Mr Agnew was chair
knocked ftom the unload- annual Democratic picnic and
This week. Taylors also pur-
Anderson, all of Portland.
is the brother of Mrs Nordquist mg platform
by a swinging barbeque this year being held chased the Coffield Bargain
chair and suffered serious and August 10 on the fair grounds Room where they hope they
jn Canby. Chairman of ticket may carry on in the Coffield
The complaint alleges
the sales. County
Commissioner tradition of offering merchan—
plaintiff was standing at a spot Stan Ely this week announced disp to their customers on a
selected for her by one of the that tickets are available in ev- salj?*c basis,
chair lift attendants while tak- cry
There are lots of treats and
ery community in Clackama.i
when without County.
prizes in store for all Com—
warning, a chair crashed into
In Estacada tickets may pe plots particulars will bo found
in their ad on the back page
her back, knocking her down obtained at
i pnrovec 1 I >v
Estacad u à
an 18 foot embankment.
and at Trail’s Inn.
Garfield Man Back
From Europe Trip
:‘rtX d “b icb tl Con
so $ 211-00 f r i »
Lem Sponsors Own Grade School
Golf Tournament Teachers A l 1 Hired
Three Local Boys
on Clackamas A ll-
N. J. Governor to
Speak at Democrat!
“ <• >:°u
<•>* advantage 7 the“ 7',;,' £ & £ “
Picnic on Aug. 10
BUSINESS MEN'S FREE DANCE
Sat. July 26, 8 :3 0 pm
V. F.W . DANCE & PIE SOCIAL
SAT. JULY 2 6 ,9 :0 0 pm
ESTACADA GRADE SCHOOL
NEW CITY PARKING LOT
Behind Estacada C ity Hall