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Clackamas Count? Jîetos
In Its Fifty-fourth Y ear of Publication
Volume No. 1
Local U. S. Air Force Member Writes
of World Fair at Brussels' Belgium
Estacada, Oregon, Friday, Aug. 29, 1958
10c Per Copy
$3.,00 Per Year
Kiwanis Members at North Fork Dam Company D' Wins Estacada City Council Sees Solution
to Twining f0 ^ ree'r Proitem thru John Geil Ideas
The Street Committee of our
The second step is the actual
waiting for your turn along with
one exhibit to another, the foot-
Regiment USA reserve, of Esta Estacada City our.cil has been oil-topping process. The comm-
sore and weary traveer may for a
cada and Sandy, returned recent r>>r ng on a progressive and on term is road mix and means
few Francs, enjoy the notable ex-
ly to their home Reserve Center tcouomial program. This is to just that. A crushed rock aggre
cursion by one of the many mot-
a! Estacada after two weeks of be accomplished by city employ gate is spread on the roadbed,
given a coat of oil and mixed
orscooters equipped with two pas- J F
extensive field training at Yaki ees during slack periods.
John Geil, chairman of the by grading into windrows back
senger carriers in front, allowing i
ma Firing Center, Washington,
the visitor to enjoy the sights o t 1 T
bring with them the praise
of city street committee has had and forth. When properly mir
the streets and sidewalks and to 1 .
their division commander, regí- occasion to observe the paving ed,it is then spread on the road
travel to the site of his choice.
mental commander and the Sixth I rocess used by the Forest Ser evenly and rolled to complete
One of the first sights the tra
Army Inspector Team as out Road which is being found t) the surface.
veler will be interested in is the
By this method, Mr Geil says
standiny in the conduct of their be successful. This same method
can be employed on our streets. through propi r budgeting of our
American Exhibit, which is un
The first step in good road street funds and decreased cost
doubtedly one of the best and the
Organized at Estacada
most interesting, even to the
company in February, 1947, this building is foundation or base. of maintenance, we should be
many camera carrying Americans.
was their first annual active du Our present streets in the maj- able to bring our streets up to
The first view of the American
ty field training as a unit and as rity are rock-based with som standard within a few years.
B) V tC Robert L. Shook
Exhibit is an most impressive one
part of their regiment and they som - oil-topping. This is a good
Since the 17th of April 1958, as the colorful
The first street slated for the
onlv held their v a with the starter for a good bus
in Brussels, Belgium, an event ments of the water fountains be
alero;! an pacto
This new treatment will be Shafford
has been takink place from early ing sprayed from the water’s sur
¡ repeated until
firm lu r landowners have impr-
morning unitl lute a: night, an face of a circular ponds, being
>adocd s formed ready •r it-
ent long overduc which
event that a lot ot per.pie have blended into the circular design
been re ding about, a few have ot the plastic building. Once in
•Itine gun pla-
been seeing and a lot more have side the building, through an am
been wondering about it.
The ple amount of g'ass doors, the vis
even, that is 1 1 . toast of Europe itor is overwhelmed with the view
for the year ID? 3, is no lo's than cf another huge pond, which occu
the World’s Fai ■. In a sorl:.: ot pies most of tiic lower floor. The
articles you are . bout to have an
inning by innlnj account of the placed on a balcony running com
event that will I o talked about pletely around the first and sec
for the next five years.
ond floors. For tile most part o.'
On a certain day in July of this the lower floor, the visitor will
year, 8.061 Americans boarded f:nd booths showing moving pic
ts in tents rising ev-
six of the world's finest ocean li tures of things that most Ameri
at five a m.
Jesus Christ of
ners to embark upon an adven cans won’t give a second thought
day perfecting the La ■ r.l) I V s. ints.
„ . e
ture of Europe and no doubt too, such as the ‘street corner’ or
motarmen and ma
the week and
many of them will visit this gi ‘service station’ or ‘super market’
rs under tempera- present or t! farewell were all l’GE’s -6 :.,cre Promontor
;hori 2 O
or just ‘street scenes’ or maybe
ng one hundred de of the seven Smith children and dcvelopmei
Many articles in some of the window displays’ or maybe just
C p èìì I
grecs.By the last week tho high 23 of t .he 24 grandcildren incluci North Fork reservoir.
world’s leading papers and mag ‘farming.’ To the American visit
Lord Br<as. will instail a cllink-
to ing Mr • and Mrs. l\hilip R. Smith
azines are featuring many pic or, this is old stuff but just think
Th? Estacada Grade and Esta barren hills were just hills
The Garfield Grange fair will
i n g fount.iin system a nd sanitat-
tures and articles of the Exposi of the European or Asian that has ' •■ September 6. Have your ex- cada Union High School will op the members of the company ns add fai niily of Hood River where i o n
faci litic s
CO stin g
tion in general, but here is ail never seen anything like this,must ' bits in before 1! A.M. as judg- en Tuesday, September 2 at 9 A. they hand-ca Tied their weapons 1‘hilip recently accepted a posit- $15,00».
The Parker 1inni will
endeavor to go inside many of mean to him. Also in the lower ng - ill be at 11:30. All members M.
An\ child who will reach
erect firciilacos and tra
the exhibits and show what exact floor the visitor will find art, de r.rc asked to bring some article his xth I rthday on or betore was s: id tha : Company ‘IT never soils ci cmist; Mr. and Mrs. Bry t . i i n c r plat forms at ;i
ly is happening.
r tiie bazaar; it can be baked November 15th is
signs of cities, industries and au-
To top off a most successful ny. He is Pictsweet County Sup $3,790.
.ods, textiles or any thing you start school. School busses will
. . . Like
. . the
. Effol „ tower of , , Paris, „ tomation machines. Also there is
Company ‘D’ polished off ervisor in that area. Mr. Behr
the Atomium is the symbol
of color television studio which fea i»h to bring. Contact the chmn. make thei. usual routes Tuesday Headquarters and
Headquart matin's parents from Mesa, Artz
Brussels World Fair and Brus tures live programs all day long,
r mere information. Chairmen morning. Any changes in routes
sels, Belgium. The atomium can which is one of the biggest draw ate: G >n. Chmn. Norma Lee, Ba- will be worked out
first ers Company of the regiment in ona, were also present. Mr. and
be seen from several miles away ing cards found.
d Goods- Peggy Anders, Cann- r eck. xTi.»- busses will pick up a h rrifought contest played on a Mrs. Krrmit Smith and daughter
from the Exposition and is much
Goods- H. Hersherger, Floral- students along the
routes be diamond of crushed rock to re of Los Angeles where Kermit is a
All day lone there is featured a
like a beacon nn the beach for fashion show featuring ‘readv L. Gord in, Hobbies- Belle Duus, tween 7:45 and 3:15 and will re turn home champions of the reg doctorate student in the Spanish
Following is a list
department of U. C. L. A.;
the traveler that is lost in the made’ clothes found in almost ev Fruit- Gena Ballou, Vegetables- turn the children after 1:15 tho iment.
of ery store in the United States to Cma Ballou, Textiles- Norma Lee, first day. The grade school cai- To work mith out a good meal end Mrs. Harold Smith of Ana teachers in the Estacada Grade
The atomium is con day. The models walk down an el Arts and Crafts- Alice Chrysler, cteria will star: serving hot lun or three squares makes life pret heim, California and their daugh School for the coming school
Hal teaches schaal there. term as supplied by Superinten-
structed like you use to study evated stairway to a platform a Antique
of ty miserable, but not in Comp ters.
Photos- ches Tuesday, the first day
this unit Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Somerville of <k til R. E. Cody:
about the atoms and molecules few inches above the water in the Blanoh Groves.
school. Hot lunches will cost 25s any ‘D.’The men in
when you were in school, with inloor pool, and then back up the
Following think they have the best cooks Estacada and their children. Mr. First grade—Vclene Ball, Into-
The Floral Arrangements tvlll at the grade school.
gene Gaines, Alma McClure
in the Army and to back this Somerville is at present logging
the center ,, sphr-o
. . . being
.. the , nou- stairs again while hundreds of bo the same as at the Garden Club is a list of items by grades that statement, praises
of quality in Idaho. Mr. and Mrs. He Smith Second grade -Norma McComb,
V™ 'hne e,s ,l ot!^ r spher« P^ple crowd around the pool to show, except that foliage may be grade pupils should have:
Alleda Jones, Alice Teeters
the electrons and protons.
Gn tho second f,
the added in red and pink and white First Grade—1 - wide lined pri "ere received from General Far- and children who recently return
nter and General Green and oth cd from Provo, Utah, whore T)e Third grade- -Madeline Ward,Ev
? ,‘k° a, visitor will find many household
elyn Stahlnecker, — Frances
1 er officials who visited the unit completed his teachers training
fi T-. ™
’lth h".r,'1rof1s of appliances and garden equipment, one large or three small blooms lead pencils; 1 large eraser;
at the Brigham Young Univcrsi-
box large crayolas No. 80; 1 box during training.
flashing lights, alternating m se- aIso scale mo.,„,s of <HIr' nPUon.s’ will qualify.
Team work and fortitude made tv. He will teach in the Seattle Fourth rade -Pearl Girt, Lucille
i" s 'vo
-a,lu*£" , t,h.at Ptesest cities. On one side of the
Utt, Teresa Anderson,
the lights are -kipping about the building is a model street with to be served during the aftt rm on. on all supplies, coats, hats, swea a successful two weeks training School District this fall.
and this yould not be if it were
? ean?'.n* meF1' surface like care- store wjnd0w displays set up. As
first nf>^ ^or *he ability and agility of (enjoyed by the group during the Fifth grade- Wilma Cellars,Ruth
free birds. For a moderate sum you stcp ou!side onto th„ bi,Icon, and pot luck at night for anyone Second Grade—Same as
Aycock. Patricia Anderson
oek and many friends and asso
of money, the visiting American (,n the second floor fhc hi„,r s, interested.
be no grade plus a pair of small sharp !hc officers to teach these youn
team c ates joined in to make the fam Sixth grade -Laura Larson, Ny-
1 box No. 16 men the right ways
or European can ascend to the drawing attraction a « modern
m s i « , ' ’»rge. An auction
of donated poinied scissors:
la Hofner, LeRoy Kiggins
The next step to be ily reunion and missionary fare
top of te highest sphere to view theatre, is situated, drawing huge goods will he held after dinner.
Seventh grade- Juanita Slone,
all of the Exposition and a good crowds long before the next seneu-
Members of other Granges arc Third Grade— Same as second better at the next summer camp well a happy event.
Gordon Bigler, Wayne French.
deal of the city of Brussels. The uled movie. Another drawing at invited to exhibit; also the Garden I graders plus 1 pair of tennis or training.
j gym shoes; 50c for “My Weekly
five story walk downstairs is an traction is the modren ‘quick stop’ lub and anyone interested.
John Callaghan, Herbert Will
adventure well worth the money restaurant and soda fountain.
the doctor’s care the past week
I Fourth Grade—50c for
and trouble standing in line and
with a throat infection. She was Special Teachers Vclene Ball -
Weekly Reader,” tennis shoes,
many different kinds of people
All in all, the United States has
some better Tuesday.
Head Primary teacher
! ruler, eraser, 2 pencils,
frr ' vny lands and walks of ar. exhibit thagt does not brag and
i Ethel Fortner- Special education
J tablet, spelling tablet, crayolas, 1
boast about the nation, but gener-
Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Carter and | Joe Barr—Band and crafts
[ pair sweat sox
visitnr walks around the aily shows what the ordinary citi-
children and Mr. and Mrs. O. Opal Shelton— Music
| Fifth Grade—2 pencils, 1 spiral
■s of the Exposition to zen can and does possess.
The Sandy Grange will again Walters are at Long Beach clam- John McRae— Principal
George Nisbet, one of the Es- n.ote book and paper, 1 box Cray.
a local fair on September 6
DEETZ GETS MORE TTTAN
1 tacada region’s last
old time i’1??’ .1 .baI1 po!n‘ pf n.’ 1 spcllin'’
1 pair from noon until 8 P.M. at their
ENOUGH SIGNATURES hand miners and
prospectors, £ “ **■ 1
hall at Kelso.
reports died peacefully in his cabin on i “Newstime ”
^ryonc, Grangers or
Sixht Grade—2 p
rs, are invited to
¿¡date for the state senate was Grove August 11 at the age of
Schools and ciu1.
short of signatures on his nomtn- 79.
.' •.! “Cl.
’tor Kay of Borinp Route 3 failerl to
scissors, eraser, 50c
sting petitions, he
cornel Mr. Nisbet, Scottish born and ruler,
nnge hopes tt
ror m i
• •rough with
colors, educated, as a youth accompan- ‘ Keyboard Jr.’’l box waterc
ers, ball point pen.
e even bettc
v hick will assure him of his ied his mechanical engineer fa- 1 ! Seventh
»nr priz OI 530.00, s
Grade—Same as sixth than ■' *
■mo on the ballot as candidate; ther, who was representing
h a whole
as an inde- GlIaskow e n g te c o ^ T fim in the <
« > “Çurre»* Events
• the state sen , "ate
*•' nin u to
“Read perts in their v
pendent from Clackamas
delivery of t__
Me. Deetz says “I am grateful diamond mines in South Africa,
ruler, notebook and paper, com Mbits.
for the fine support shown me Caught up in the fever of
crayons, water colors for
vtcr the challenge of obtainir mining ’rush’ in the
; rather than the and gold fields
All fifth graders through the
> in eh, irge of the differ - 1
I stayed to make mining and pros eighth grade should
ent ■ Mbits.
pecting his career.
following for physical education: 1— Canned goods—Mrs. Victor |
‘As Inrtg as the people support
Girls—t pair tennis shoes; gym Bodely; 2—Vegetables, Mr. Vic-1
,ne,I will work vigorously for all the early day rushes in Canada si rts, blouse, towel,
50c for tor BodTey; Flowers, Mrs. Wan
he people to make this state a and the western United States
All Items should be mark- da Haangaa;4—Baking, Mrs. An otbr
better place to live. I live to let working in almost every ma;o*•
MRS KFOE“ ER MEMBER
ton Malar; 5—Fancy Goods,Mrs.
o f I eont ' 7t ■
>]t live better
and mining camp.
—1 iir tennis shoes,gym Clarence George; 6—Fruits, Mr.
REGT ;rRY DOr TOR’S NURSE5
! He came in*. the Clack,.-
:-ts, 2 pair sweat and Mrs. Adolph Amsted;
He wishes his supporters to River basin in 1923
ath -' ' supporter, towel.All eramies, Mrs. John Ludi;Grange a “Find ( u.
contest. A dr
t, aesda, having fut-
¡terns sho t I v marked with stu- j Booth—Mrs. J >hn Ludi
o f n n V n o r le v » ^
ver during the dent’s name.
his appreciation to the the Clackarr -
filled the requi roments. has been
has been placed in Olt
my poeple and friends
chosen a rr-m’ f of the Arr.eri-
may call on Mr. Maiar or anyone kkniCP W ill b e in both VOUF paper or shopper This
Mr. Nisoet ’
can Registre o f Doctor's Nurses ive so graciously of their time
the book in.-»,
named ' persons
a i t random.
m u i i n Nelson,
c i y t o , visited
t i s i k - u a at
i n c , . the . above
------------. for, | paper
i " i ' ■ is beinr? mailed
m m in i h
rlin n O m
T f i ' l i will
h o s - A to
and is entitled to all the rights nd support, thus making it pos- heart while c » r . i
sible for him to get the required “Henry Gn ross ard his Dowsing Methodist parsonage on Saturday ,[',p
ectlon or PreParatt°n n h o c li n il t h e qrlq porofnM ir
vhftth he was preparing and Sunday Mrs Nelson live, in of
m J l ! Wk
C a ir f u llv t o f in d t h e “ p l a n t e d ”
>unt of signatures to
place Rod” on wh;
Mrs Kroeker is employed by
ic h t
Ids name on the ballot for the a rebuttal
Dr Allvn X. Price.
Purpose of the American Reg No\ ember election.
In keeping ¡vith his requests vemity of Washington and Is part Pl^ . .
U id T lL Charge of m ,5 t;,k p ’ t a k o -VOUT p a p e r t o t h e f ir m in w h o s e a d it
! his remains were cremated fol- time secretary at the Green Lake
istry of Doctor’s Nurses
the lunch which will be served!
find you may take advantaire of the error
--------------------------- lowing a simple service
bring to the woman
at noon and again In the even- HI price i f to your advantage. You will also receive
was held at Peake Memorial Cha-
made a career of nursing for a
The Everett Osbornes made a pel in Milwaukie August 23 at 10
Mr. and Mrs. Jiggs Pedersen
doctor, an association which is
"’Come one, Come all. Come te ^
P nX e
interested in advancing the stat 700 mile trip on Tuesday, Wed- A M. It was urged that no flo- and Mr. and Mrs. Earl McConnell
I he mistake must he reported bv 5 p.m. of the
tivities and enjoy t^e benefits of nesday and Thursday of
last wers be sent. For those wishing, attended the McConnell family the Fair”
week. They drove to Port Angei- an opportunity was provided to reunion at the home of Mrs. Beh
Saturday following the date of this paper If the
Mrs Kroeker was
presented es. Hoods Canal,
Long Beach, donate to a memorial book fund rens in Portand on Sunday. All
Pr,zp t,s not claimed, it will he added to the next
with a certificate and an official Wash, and crossed the ferry at in Mr. Nisbet’s name for the li- of the Earl McConnell
Altogether I there I oM,d nt Mr and Mrs Sa*" Haines I week s prize. A duplicate paper showing the “mist
pin which distinguishes her as a Astoria and went to Seaside for a brary of the Oregon State De- was present.
were 48 who attended.
I partment of Geology.
! has been ill for several days.
| 'ike Will he posted in the News office window
The following interesting art-
icle about the World's Expos-
tion at Brussels was written by
Rob.ert L. Shook, formerly
Estacada, who is now an Airman
Second class in the United
Stater, Air Force, stationed
Mr. Shook presents
this description of the
Fair in Brussels in order that his
friends and neighbors in the Es-
tacda area may know just what
is happening in this event that so
many and so few people will get
a chance to sec
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