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Clactotnas Countp Jíctus
______ In Its Fifty-fourth Year of Publication
Volume No. 54
Estacada, Oregon, Friday, Sept. 19, 1958
1 ARE YO U IN THE RED?
10c Per Copy
$3.¡00 Per Year
SPRING W A TE R F A IR TO BE
HEED S A TU R D A Y , SFPT.20
The annual Springwater Fair
w ill be held Saturday, Sept. 20
at tnc Springwater Grange Hall.
| subscription is due,
The Estacada Education Asso- Everyone is welcome to send en
County I would be more than the cost of I
(ciation members and their famil- tries. Tim e is from 9 to 5.Judg
would welcome renewal.
Basically this plan calls fo r the The low er floor will be remodel-
j ies gathered on Monday evening ing will start at 10 A. M. Lunch construction o f a new building to on into a modern cafeteria which
j I f this $512,000 is spent on the
w ill be served at noon.
In m y opinion the value
of construction to the
seaf 356 students
after house a gymnasium, shop a nd
cafeteria. A fte r the bounteous wil be a program in the
the mechandise received fo r the school building the overcrowded
“ See you al at the Fair.' locker rooms, with complete fac- ’ !me’
pot luck supper was consumed, noon.
dollar expeended in any venture situation of the Estacada Grade
ilities fo r expanding school. Also " 0W| kitchen and dish handeli
Mrs. Ruth Aycoek, president of
is important to consider. An ad- School w ill not be helped in the
the remodeliny of the
present dept. Also on the low er Ie1
the Association, gave a few words
dition to the present building at least.
It is estimated that a
school would be a girls toilet and a f
of welcome and then asked the
the High School seems to
me ne building under consideration
into a new
cafeteria, library, ulty room
just a short term re lie f to
the by the grade school board would
The second floor, which would
j science lab,
, J i y ?;obln , „ y
Cody to introduce their teachers
situation o f overcrowdedness.
cost at least
Coach Ken Brown s Rangers o p -, who jn tum
| room and classrooms. Also inclu- be the main floor of the present
Since I worked on the Citizens would be a 8
building ened the season in fine fashion their famiuies
I ded in this plan is the remodel- gym, would include
since there ^
Committee on just this consider whereas the High School board this year as they smashed H o o d : ^ ^ ] new jeadhers, every- one
U n it , ing of rooms in
present science laboratory, which would
ation two years ago I had ocoa offered to sell to
grade River 33 to 0 Friday
make the replace the obsolete one in the
night a t , was glad of a chance
meet met Tuesday at the Springwater building which w ill
sion to contact the Supervisor of school board for the state’s ap Hood River.
Big John W orley, them, and and also
school equal and surpasss all of present building.A large library
Buildings from the State Dept.of praised price of the
old high sophomore fullback was
a big better acquainted with the teach- Gentcmann, pressing. New mem- the requirements fo r
standard will replace the one which is now
Education, fo r this opinion con school building o f 20 rooms fo r gun in the victory as he smashed
too small for the present enroll
ers who had taught here last year * « * ^ .M” ’ .G1??ys ^ « r i M r s schools
cerning adding on to
old $205,000. The grade school board over the opponents
goal four A ll agreed that the evening had « a r y Reisbeck Mrs. Edna Mae
The new gymnasium w ill
be ment. A boys toilet room and
His main concern in approved the purchase. This af- times.
A ll were straight shots been a pleasant one. Patricia An- Pa umbo, Mrs^ Emma Lampe
full sized with facilities for all two large class rooms w ill also
such an arrangement was lack of rangement was voted down at a | up the m iddle ranging from 1 to
of physical education class be a part of the second floor.
derson was chairman and did an j
ground surrounding the building school election wheih I believe j 9 yards.
A third floor will
will have folding bleacher
with the extra number of stud was due to misunderstanding o f | The Estacadqa Rangers’ first excellent job
fo r four
I to make many pretty and inter- spectator capacity for basketball which w ill give room
ents which the incresed number the entire problem at hand.
two drives were halted by penal-
I esting items which can be used as games of 720 on the main floor large class rooms, a locker room,
o f room would take care of. He
The architects estimate for a ties, but the third time they got
and 432 on the balcony .The bal- and a visual
also frowned on the
muti-story starter high school building am j the ball they ground out the first
Program fo r the day was ‘Cake | cony wild contain
an activity seating 75 students which is con
contraction in school
buildings pic for 500 students with a heat -1 touchdown. There was no stop-
¡Decorating ’ demonstration given court 35 x 100 feot which is not sidered maximum size
Also there would be a
which is suggested in the chang ing plant large enough fo r
800 1 ping them from that point on.The
by ladies of Viola Unit. The cakes now available. This gym would state.
ing of the present gym.
could be built fo r $600,000.
j half time score was 19 to 0.
| were later sent to the Woodburn allow the holding of 3 phys. ed. large general storeroom and an
equipment room for the
Zanger and Schumaker, Oreg
As I am at taxpayer in Grade ] Estacada’s passing game
School lor Boys for birthday par-¡classes at the same time,
on City architects, were consul School district 108 as well as in better than
! The shop would be under the aid room.
With the completion of this re
ted as to their opinion concern the Redland district, I have
no I Cody connected on seven out of The Dodge Extension Unit held
standing balcony o f the gym and would be
ing the feasibility of construct selfish motives in the stand I am j ten passses he threw,
four of their first meeting of the
new committees for the year:
T e le - ! a large clear span room 34 x 90 modeling the present cafeteria,
ing two floors of additional class taking.
them to the right end, Jim Kell- season Sept. 9 at the Community! phone- Mrs. Lucy Smith, Mrs. Mi- feet which w ill allow the place which has been converted into
rooms in the present gym. It was
I very definitiely fe el that the ; er.
Jim scampered 35
yarns Hall. Chairman Joan Bryan listed nerva Stiter, Mrs. Jane Gillette, ment of tools and benches into temporary class rooms,
their opinion that the cost would construction of a
coming j Mrs. Ethelyn Martin, Mrs. Mar- an efficient self contained unit. be remodeled into three perma
new starter j down the sidelines after catching all the lessons for the
be prohibitive and the windows high school biulding in the im- a pass for the Ranger’s 5th trip year and various members volun- j garet Broadhurst; Publicity- Mrs. With the clear span type o f room ent standard classrooms.
needed fo r proper lighting would mediate area and selling the pres- to paydirt. The Estacada linemen teered to take the lesson that in-1 Grace Henderson: World Citizen- there w ill be none o f the danger present obsolete
weaken the south wall to the ex ent high school budding to
the did a terrific job
opening terested them most. Plans were ship- Mrs. Mary Reisbeck; Child ous post problems contained in would be made into a class room
tent that it ould be
necessary grade school is the
I and the present library would be
only long j large holes in the opponents de- made fo r the November meeting ! are- Mrs. W ilma Guttridge; Good the present shop.
and chaaper to replace the
en long range solution to the p ro b -' fensive line and
the in conjunction with Springwter Cheer- Mrs. Ethelyn Martin.
The locker and dressing rooms made into a large classroom.
The completion of this
tire wall. Th ey also fe lt that the lem o f both schools.
Elected to serve as a program would be in the basement of the
i Hood R iver passer. Mike Guthu, Unit Nov. 11. Telephone commit-j
cost to change the present gym
Doug Rambo. Paul Lee,
Terry’ tee was appointed to remind the i planning committee for 1958-59 gym. Much time has been spent will add 11 teaching stations to
E. R. BONNEY.
i Edwards, and Mike N ew ell were members o f meetings. Committee were Mrs. Luana Howell, chair in planning these dressing and the capacity o f the school in ad-
opening of big gaps in the line all is Mrs. John Wolford, Mrs. M. F. man, assisted by Mrs. Margaret locker rooms so they w ill be ao- dition to
Ott, Mrs. Larry Miettenun
aptable to any future expanding classrooms out of the 5 tempor-
Several years ago
the high ! night.
P roject leader
appointments o f the facilities of the sch ool.A ll; ary rooms now being used,
Bob Beissell and Mrs.Paul Justice. Members visited
Recently a meeting was held school board had the present high
It were Party Favors-
Mrs. Lena o f the specifications included in
H this proposed plan
by the Citizens Committee, the school apprasied by a state ap ! newcomer Bryce Woolstenhulme, to raise yearly dues to 25c.
building ¡ cepted by the voters it will give
were was decided to continue pot luck Kiggins and Mrs. Evelyn Kiggins; the planning of
main discussion being the propo praiser; the valuation was set at i transfer from Wenatchee
case the high school district a
yardage. dinners that have worked out so Block Printing- Mrs. Jane Gillette meet and in nearly every
$205,0000 if to be purchased by | gaining most o f the
sed High School addition.
Italian exceed all applicable local, state school unit of the most modern
made well in the past. Other commit- and Mrs. Freda K ie fl;
The Citlizens Committee is not the Grade School. It would
re | Along with W orley they
¡facilities available and a com-
Henderson and national specifications.
Bob Belseil tees appointed were Recreation- Cookery-Mrs Grace
in favor of the new addition.Be- sult in a saving to both the high 1
. the offense click.
Mrs. Edna Mae Palumbo;
Thc major part of this
pro- plete unit wheih should handle
fore the voters approve such
a school and grade school districts, ¡sprinted 65 yeards after getting Mrs. Miettenun; poblicity- Mrs. ; and
4H - Mrs. j Hair Styling- Mrs. Gladys K rieger posal involves the
rem odeling 650 students efficiently. This is
The high school
the behind the Hood R iver defense Ott and Mrs. Justice,
measure we felt it necessary to
consider both the needs of
the $200,000 they would receive from and receiving a pass from Cody, Justice; Finance- Mrs. W olford; [ and Mrs. Clair Brown; Low Calor o f the present gym wing o f the the number o f students to be ex
Health and ie Meals- Mrs. Nina Reed and Mrs. building. The present shop and period according to the numbei
School, plus the He " _as hauled down from
be- ACW W - Mrs. Ott;
high school and the grade school. the
Eleanor Newell. Party Planning- locker rooms in the lower level j of students now in
The Grade School at the present $500.000 they plan on spending : bind on the Hood R iver 15 yard Safety- Mrs. Varitz.
sup- j schools.
Mrs. Nita Gant and
Mrs. Wilma w ill be removed with the
tim e is faced with the problem on the new High School unit on bne.
Guttridge; Patio Meals and Barbe ports and fuondations of the sec- would not be able to be dupl
of needing additional space and the existing 22 acres now owned ! Hood R iver s offense,
cuing- Mrs. Mary Horner and Mrs ond floor being revamped to han- rated for well over one millu
we find due to the shortage
of by the Grade School. This total uas built around‘ one player.Ver-
Luana Howell; Garment Fiting- die the class rooms to be added. | dollars.
play area, the Grade School can of $700,000 w ill nearly provide non Albright, 180 pound senior,
Mrs. Theda Tucker, Mrs. Grace E.
not do any building in their pre enough funds for a standard bas- seemed very ineffective.
Henderson, Mrs. Bertha Gente-
I only Sot inside Estacada’s 30 yd.
sent location. The Grade School ic high school.
man and Mrs. Emma Lampe.
] line once, and then Gordon Kit-
board told our Committee that
W e feel thus plan would
pro- ching brought down a stray pass
The hostesses Mrs. Fred Kietl
the board is now considering an
Jane Gillette served
Now playing at the Broadway and Mrs.
additional 8 classroom unit, plus vide sufficient facilities for both to end their drive
The Rangers were given good Theatre a power packed, action- cake and coffee and also furnish
cafeteria. The estimated cost of school units at a cheaper cost to
this unit w ill be in the neighbor the general public present amt support by the two bus loads of filled, cinemascope western pic ed a lovely attendance dobr prize,
Estacada students and many par- ture in color “ THE S H E E PM AN ’- which was won by Mrs.
hood of $200,000, with the plan long range planning.
_. . ents who view ed the game. Many starring Glenn Ford, Shirley Mac Kiggins.
Virgil Nelson, Eagle Creek, Routel, failed to find
ned building site being the
In order to retain our
townspeople also made the trip to Laine and funny
Mickey I N ext meeting will be held on
acres now owned by the
error in Miller Chevrolet’s ad so we have now
* see the Estacada boys win.
Shaughnessy. An explosive tale o f : Tuesday, October 7 at 10 A M. A ll
School north o f the City. A fte r nature is mandatory. The ques
*“ I The next home game w ill
be the early days of the west when ; ladies living in the vicinity
are hit $60.00. W e have also adopted a new rule. It is
much discussion we
concluded tion is, how can we provide the
this Friday night,
18th the sheep raisers began to filter welcome to attend.
the Grade School should consid best educational facilities at the |
that your subscription must be in good standing
Game time into the land of the cattle barons.;
er purchasing the present high cheapest cost to the general pub against Neahkahni.e
if you are to be eligible for the prize.
school, rather than spend their ]ic The citizens Committee feels
This week’s error is worth a whole $/• A .0 9
but the name ‘Sweet’ as a quiet |
5200,000 fo r the new 8 room unit this is our solution
but fast gunman taking his range j
so far from their existing farili- C IT IZE N S COMMITTEE,
and some observant person should
and holding it. Second big hit a j
The title for this column was
Duane Day, Secretary
brand new pilture never before | supplied by the erstwhile editor
A t the regular meeting o f the played in the northwest “ GHOST o f
so your prize of $60.00 so read your ads - carefully.
V. F. W. FOOD SA LE
City Council on September 4, Mr. o f the C H IN A SEAS’ starring Da- j don’t blame us.
Remember, there is only one paper mailed will
T H IS S A TU R D A Y, SEPT. 20
Pete Perrine, manager o f
the vid Brian and Lynn Barney .Truly [
a fine picture with action galore, | Have you been out to see the the intentional error. Any others do not qualify yoi
The local V. F W. Auxiliary
latest for the contest prize.
will hold a food sale at the office eral Electric Company, presented suspense and much fin e acting. local Rod and Gun Clubs
Special Note : Thursday night project, the new
o f the Clackamas County News a new mapped outline and cost
A deliberate mistake of price or text, or both,
estimate covering 18 new light only, Sept. 18, our regular show j They’ve got quite a project going
The Estacada Church of God this Saturday, Sept 20
Estacada there. Hear tell
that quite a few
ing fixtures o f the AK10 for in w ili be replaced by the
has been placed in one paper or showier which is
has recently completed an eight
SPORT 0f the big bore
stallation in the city.
The pro Rod and
week Building Fund Campaign
then mailed or delivered at random. You’ll have 4n
a lot o f time and
gram as outlined would
nearly SHOW. A full hour o f special j been putting in
According to the pastor.
o f material check all the ads carefully to find th? “ nlnWed”
complete a modern lighting sys sport movie plus and huge draw -! contributing a lot
James O Moore, this campaign
tem for the city and would pro ing.You need not be present to f ree gratis. Its too bad that such mistake. When you find what you think is the nVht
has been one of the most success
vide street lights
where none win any o f the fine prizes.
a cooperative spirit doesn’t pre
ful and progressive
mistake, take your paper to the firm in whose ad it
Starts Sunday through Tuesday vail throughout this whole com
Church has taken . The church
o f Peyton munity.
With the potential we appears and you may take advantage of the error
A t a m eeting of the
Finance From the producer
sponsored a Fellowship dinner at
Committee the lighting system Place’ we have Jerry W ald’s pro have here, just think what could in price if to your advantage. You will also receive
the Grade School C afeteria
The Executive Committee
August 30th with 60 persons at- the Estacada Parent Teachers As- was approved and they requested duction of Wm. Faulkner’s ‘Long be accomplished.
your prize og $ 60 . 00 .
a Budget Hot Summer ’ starring Academy
tending. A film showing the need ( sociation mot in the Library o f the Recorder to call
On the subject o f the Rod and
budgeting Award winning
The mistake must be reported by 5 p.m. of the
fo r more rooms and better edu- the Grade School Firady
Sept meeting to consider
W e are ward and Paul Newman with An- Gun Club, we stopped in at
cational facilities was shown dur- 12 to discuss the teachers’ recep- the necessary funds.
following the date o f this paper. I f the
happy to report that the Budget ■ thony Francioso,
Orson Wells local bank and took a look at all
ing the meal.
The Tommy May | tton
This wU1 ^
claimed, it will be added to the next
Coffee Shop provided the meal day i Sept 18 at g p M
^ in the Committee ordered a supplemen-; and Lee Remick. Put this on your of the prizes they are going
tal 1958-59 budget to cover the ‘Must See’ list as one o f the best | give away at their annual draw- week’s prize. A duplicate paper showing the “ mist
at 51.25 per plate which
the Grade School Gym.
The P T A .
pictures o f the year.
j ing and sports show which is to
j installation o f the new lights.
Speakers ln- w ill provide baby sitters.
ake” will be posted in the News office window
Starts next wee*- George Mon- be held tonight fThureday.) They
eluded Mr. Edd F. Moore, Build McRae was appointed to intro-1
tgomcry in ‘The Man From God’s ; sure have a variety o f prizes to neat and clean condition o f
ing Fund Campaign
the pool fo r the small fry.
Country’ and the Bowery Boys in ! give away and all seem
to be downtown streets, whom w e be- stand it was to be built down tow-
Rev. Hugh C. Walkow, pastor of
Lents-Gilbert Church o f God of
I very worth while too. We d sure , lieve to be the local city recorder, where it would be handy for al
Portland; Mr. Raymond C. Lien,
like to win that first prize of one j W e think the project ought to be and at the same time attract muc
hundred ‘ Iron Men.’
Generad Chairman; and Mr. N eil
That sure j included in the city budget ev- passing attention.
W c haven
M r Cody announced that there
put a lot o f shingles
on ,e ry year, and to you, Mr. Britton, heard much about said projet
The follow ing S u n - is
^ ^ | Estacada Masonic Lodge
a desperate ______
Jim Barden, local police head, the roof.
The drawing is to be | a d o ff o f our topper
for doing lately, though. Would the Klwg
day seven visitation teams head- Mothers Tor" "tile Cub ScoutsAnT ! entertain aI1 county lodges
ed by Mr. Clifton W hite visited ^
interested pIease call him at visiting brefhem on Friday, Sf.pt | reports the theft o f a money bag held this Thursday, the 18th, at such an excellent job
nis club care to make a statement
more than thirty fam ilies giving
| 19 at 8 P.M.
This is the first from the trailer home o f Gladys the local theatre.
at this time?
I Have you ^
them opportunity to contribute
j meeting o f the combined lodges (M ickie) Akins in South Estaca
Last week we made mention in ears parked on that new cement
to the campaign.
, fo r the winter season of -958-59 da last Saturday night.
the figures received by Mr. Lien,
I A very interesting program has $2000 in checks and cash were this column concerning the body slab recently constructed behind ! Voters phamplet dated June 21
B O N N IE LU R E P A R K
and fender shop
the general chairman, 33 families
been prepared b y the entertain obtained.
fK~ south end
“ " t h e City Hall.
W e haven’t and 1958 which contains some in ter
E it r y was made by
slipping o f town, and the proprietor, Hiz- w eV e been keeping a pretty close esting figures that we want
and individulas have pledged a V A N D A L IS M V IC TIM
total o f $8200 to be paid during
Seem's to me, i f I was a pass on to the readers. The ar
L. R. Rivers, W. M.t urges ev
the next two years. The church
$25 00 or ticles concerns
ery member o f
a $60.00 into the city coffers under 1957 timber cut. In the Mt Hood
is anticipating the building o f a the victim o f repeated acts of Lodge to attend this meeting and ly and did not awaken Mrs Aik- ported that a fellow, driving
new educational building to bet vandalism this summer, reports assist him to welcome the visitors.
the guise o f “ Business Tax,”
I National Forest for 1957, the al
ter facilitate the Church School Mr. Fredericks, owner of Bonnie
The County lodges of Clacka asleep in the bedroom in the rear at his shop, looked over the sam would have reason to be miffed. lowable cut was 311,300 million
ples o f "body work" and ordered Oh well, the square dancers will
mas are as follows:
Champoeg o f the trailer
board feet The actual cut fo r the
each always have an excellent place to same year was 184.696
Saturday night the hoodlums Lodge No. 27. Canby;
So far no arrests have
been two sets of dents, one for
On September 6 Peter White, succeeded in wrecking the ball Lodge No. 178; Multnomah Lodge made, according to Barden al- fender. Hizzomer is out looking hold their annual outdoor dance, board feet, or a little better than
W alluga though suspicion points to per for a different »et o f tools
son of Mr. an9 Mrs. Jim White, field. Mr Frelericks has compl- N o.l,
half the allowable cut.
was united in marriage to Char- ained to the s h eriffs office-and Lodge No. 181. Oswego: Milwauk sons who may have been fam iliar
ur a ... - " ------ :
Sometime ago we hear that the tid e goes on to state that
Sandy with the hiding place o f the mo-
leen Hunter of Sandy in the Staf- finally decided he isn’t in the ie Lodge No. 109
W e d like to commend the per- local Kiwanis club was planning reason the cut was not up to al-
ford Baptist Church at S taffo rd .1 Cocnty. What goes, Joe?
' Lodge No. 157.
th e a new project, namely a wading
( Continued on Page 8)
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