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In Its Fifty-fourth Yen;1 of Publication
Voolume No. 54
Estacada, Oregon, Frid
10c Per Copy
Aug. 1, 1958
Portland Generai Electric Starts installation of Big Hew Genera or ai Estacada Faraday Plant
$3. ,00 Per Year
or Our local Correspondent
Mrs. Meta Kiggins
The passing of Mrs. Meta Kiggins of Estacada
I is lamented by the Clackamas County News and
the Enterprise Courier of Oregon City. She had
I been local correspondent for the Oregon City paper
' the past fifteen years and had contributed loyally
i to the Clackamas County News., she will be missed.
Meta E. Kiggins died at the
Orchard Crest Nursing Home
at Sandy on July 27th where
she had been since
Deceased was bom in Ger
Jan. 30, 1895.
came to the
when six years old
lived here since 1912.
Kiggins was a memher of Carl
Douglass Unit o f the American
Le« ion Auxiliary fo r 38 years;
a former President o f the Leg-
ion Auxiliary Unit, a form er
member of the Estacada Garden
Club and chairman
Cancer Society of this area.
She is survived
daughter, Mrs. Dorothy Show-
one son, Leslie K ig
gins: 2 sisters- Mrs. Elsie K ig
gins o f Estacada route two;Mrs.
Gertrude Richman of
burg and one brother, Walter
Fink of Portland. Also 6 grand-
Funeral services were held
held on Wednesday, July 30 at
1.30 P. M. at
Interment was at the
Odd Fellows cemetery with the
Rev. Miiton Nelson officiating.
RECEPTION FOR REV.
A N D MRS. NELSON
A reception w ill be held for
Rev. and Mrs. Milton
Paste,- of the Estacada Metho
dist Church in the social rooms
A farewel picnic o f the Esta
of the church Friday evening,
August 1 to 8 P.M. All mem cada ministerial Assn, was held
bers and friends are invited to on Wednesday evening. July 23
in honor o f two follow minis
ters and their families who
Mrs. Fred Bates is improving leaving this area. The picnic,
after surgery and will return held at the home o f Rev. and
from the hospital is a few days ¡Mrs- Ernest Bontrager in Por-
ter district, honored Rev. and
Carl Douglass American Lo- Mrs. Marion Ravan of Estaca*
gion Post and Unit w ill
hold ¡da Assembly of God, asd Rev.
and Mrs. Walden Askrcn o f the
Monday eve. at the Legion hall. Barton Community
fflt 6 Z0
The Ravans moved
last week end to Willamina to
serve the Assembly
w il leave in mid August to as
sunie the pastorate
o f Lents
Baptist church in Portland.
Those present at the picnic,
besides the honorees and
hosts, were Rev. and Mrs. Mar
tin Craft of Estacada Baptist.
**c v - James Moore o f Estacada
Church o f God, Rev. and Mrs.
o f Estacada
Methodist and Rev. and Mrs.
Vernon Ross o f
Mr. Moore was elected to suc
ceed Mr. Ravan as president of
Looking as though it’s about to be dumped into the Clackamas River is this 17-ton generator rotor. Actually, the big wheel is
being backed into an unloading position at Portland General Elect ic company’s Faraday powerhouse located three miles above
here. It will be installed in the new generating unit now being constructed which will add 25,000 kilowats to the existing 19,000
kilowatt plant. The rotor stands two stories high and is the larg st of its type ever built in the West.
E V A N G E L IS T TO S P E A K
A T PORTER AUG . 3
Evaneglist James Bucher of
Portland is to speak at the-Por*
- ter Mennonite Church Sunday
The Estacada Garden Club |evening, August 3. Service be-
Rev. Marion Ravan has r e
- gins at 7 PM
signed as Pastor of the Assem w ill hold their annual Potluck
The main address will give
bly of God Church here and has Picnic next Monday. August 4.
accepted the pastorate of the at R iver Mill Park at 11:30 A. consideration
. . .
Willamina Church. During his M. with the following hostess- ents fitting into the Bible prop-
Postmaster Chris M ye,s re
6 years o f service
his es Ann Underwood, Lena Un- hecies as they conocern
ports the Estacada Post O ffice
people have learned
to 1 ove derwood and Elizabeth Ames,
„ ___ _ ____
|has received new
Th - v ^ 1
him and his w ife and appreciate The picnic is potluck and the
® stamps and w ill have
the in L
their devotion and dedication hostesses w ill serve only
to their work. It is with regret drinks. In case o f rain the pic the large world powes are
in preparation for
cusing their attention a.e very
that hey let them go and w ill nie is to be held in
schedules, which take effect on
feel their loss keenly. The Ra Hall
asked t° to the soon return of the Lord.
vans have been interested in Each member is
On and after August 1 date,
the welfare o f our community bring, make, and wear a homo
first class letters will repuire 4
and he has served as a mem made hat.
cents per once postage for del
The program is “ Grooming
her o f the C ity Council. They
ivery to other offices.
leave many frierfds and have Flowers fo r the S h o w ” Della
| letters which do not leave the
whole Ewalt and Leila Gordon are to
the best wishes of the
o ffice require 3 cents in stamps
speak on this subject in prepar- '
and henceforth Chirstmas ca ds
A farewell fellowship dinner ation for our Fall Flowe,- S h o w | ^ g y | f
Ç Q Ç j
! unsealed, will be delivered any-
was held for them on
Friday to be held August 16 and 17 in
| where for 3 cents.
eve, July 25.
The local Min. the Cafeteria o f the Estacada
Dr . Lionel Burton announces
The 7 airmail letter rate
isterial Assn, had
in this weeks pape,- his associa-
nic in their honor on Wednes siqt pouueld spiotuoSuejJB oqj, tion with
Dr. Chesterq Ras the new deal, a.r
post cards on
meeting are Japanese.
day o f last week
mussen, formerly of Hillsboro, for 5 cents, and
for the practice of Osteopathic postal cards become a
meicine, surgery and
In the third class mail divis-
Dr. Rasmussen attended Chi- ion (printed matter and small
cago Osteopathic College. Chi- parcels) the maximum weight
Icago He interned at Portland limitation has
from 8 to 16 ounces and
Hie mistake of last week was in I aylor S Hiway
Dr and Mrs. Rasmussen and postage becomes 3 cents for
Market ad. We checked our outgoing copies and we their 3 1-2 yea,- old daughter minimum of two ounces plus
, , .
Linda are now residents o f Es- 1 1-2 cents for each additional
believe ll Rev. Marian Ravan will check his papei, tacada in Dr. Burtons office ounce.
Fourth class (parcel
he will find Cottage Cheeze, Pint9c. Cecil says he buliding next to Tommy Mays post) rates are unchanged.
on Main Street.
A slight increase has
may claim his subscription by sending or bringing Cafe
Dr. and Mr. Burton are now made in the book rate. which
in bin his error paper.
residing in the
Wayne Wade w ill be 9 cents fo r
pound and 5 cents for each ad
This week’s error is the total of
A A residence in North Estacada.
nda some observant person should
Ready stamped cards or en
velopes may still be used after
find it. Our advertisers are happy to award you
August 1 by adding the neces
your prize of $30.00 - so read your ads.
The considerable interest shown in the contest
The regular 4 cent Lincoln
stamp has been
kept advertisers with minor undesignated mistakes
busy answering questions. Remember, there is only
In addition special
A t the regular meeting o f the issues and
one paper mailed with the intentional error. Any
fire dept, held last Monday vie will be issued in the denomina-
other errors do not qualify you for the contest president
Herb Williams swore lion from time to time
prize. Ruies of the contest are as follow :
into the department Don Dodd
Rev Ravan Resigns Garden Club
M A R IA N G U ILD BAKED
The monthly bake sale, spon-
ored by the Marian Guild w ill
be held Saturday, August 2 in
the office o f Clackamas Coun
Dr. Burton Has
Error Not Found in Gur "Find the Error
Contest sc $ 30*00 ?riie Posted
SALE S A T U R D A Y . AUG.
for Two Pastors
County Court Members Review Canby Fair Plans
Firemen Plan New
Continuing in this paper, your “News” is <.... luc
' church picnic S unday
a “ Find the Error” contest A deliberate mistake gency purpose,
After the morning worship
o f price or text, or both, has been placed in one ad several items brought up se,.v ;ce there wln
which will be in both your paper or shopper. This ^ purchase m T n e t u n k er chuT h pl c uic F T % reiJ ? y *5"
paper is being mailed at random. You will have to which is now being serviced \D-thodls^°Church ^^at^E iw tle
check all the ads carefully to find the “ planted” fud .madp ready fo, delivery to Fern p ark Sunday, August 3.
• , t
, . , . i
the department.. The new t r u c k ----------
mistake. VV nen you tind What you think is the right the citizens voted on for the ct- confine burning during this dry
mistake, take your paper to the firm in whose ad it ty '* in the P,antyn<? stage and period There is to be no burn-
an announcemet is forthcoming ing outside •>f tho: using their
appears and you may take advantage of the error when it will be puchased.
W k and t ey should be
in price if to your advantage. You will also receive The big Firemens Picnic for in good working rder. Bum-
a cash prize of $30.00 this week.
the men and their families is to ing permits will bo i sued by
be held Sunday. August 10 in
this dry wer
fo r burn
enough to mi
Ten men wi
cal and the i
journed for r
The mistake must be reported by 5 p.m. of the the Riverm ill picnic area Some
Saturday following the date of this paper. If the 50 people are expected to at
tend: the first picnic to be hejU
prize is not claimed, it will be added to the next in the organization for several
week’s prize. A duplicate paper showing the “ mist | years.
Chief Sagner made it plain
ake will be posted in the News office window
to citizens of the community to
Clackarm County Count met condition, entries already com Jones; J. Wilson nick, Canby
ing in for livestock exhibiits, elec‘ i ician; County
with fair board members
and going improvements, anil the sioner S 'm Elv:
others at Canby fair grounds
last week to inspect site
buildings and pass upon plans
fo, four days of fair and rodeo