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Clatfeamas Count? Jfcto?
In Its Fifty-fourth Year of Publication
Volume No. 1
Estacada, Oregon, Friday, Oct. 3, 1958
Snoop and Scoop" Answered By H.S.
Estacada Route 2 's M rs. Amelia Koenig Hits Error
10c Per Copy
$3. 00 Per Year
Ao School Monday Local United Fund
Teacher Workshop Drive Underway
Board Bond Election History
Teachers will attend school on
Monday but not children. Both
high school and
students will have a one day va-
cation Monday, October 6 th
'he teachers attend local work-
shops. There will be no County
Institute for teachers this year
but the time will be alloted
loeal Teacher Workshops. The
Grade School Workshop will be
It will enlighten the
teacher on "The Use of Visual
Aid Materials in Teaching.” Dr.
College Director, will head the
The Workshop will
be followed by a winter
Ed. 435 Audio-Visual Aids. This
course may be taken for credit
of three hours.
The high school will meet in
the Estacada High
“ Improving the
For the information o f the writ- taken on getting started with a
er of Scoop and Snoop, it
a this meeting definite action was
matter of public record that the package deal
two school boards have gotten to-
On March 6 th the TWO boards
together and offered the voters a again met in joint session.
package plan as he suggested.
report of the
On September 27, 1956
a was read and found to
special meeting of the high school suggested package deal as stated,
board, a committee was formed to The boards were agreed in
study the housing problem at the cepting the commitee report and
high school and work out a plan ordered their attorneys to start
adaptable to serve all of the dis- preparing the necessary
triets the best way possible.
A documents to place the plan be-
letter was written to the chairman fore the people,
of each of the seven grade school | On April 11, 1957, the
boards asking them to serve on school board was again represen-
the committee or appoint one of ted by two of its members
their members to serve. The their attorney and the details of
date of October 18th was set for the transfer of property
te first meeting of the committee worked out,
to get organized.
school property north of town
,, 0 nh.(^ tobf r Jlth
On May th the boards met in
the high school and the Estacada J0j nt sessjon with
grade school met in joint session committee and made final pre
during which there was a lengthy parations for the calli
discussion of the committee and c iecti0n on this proposal. The
c- v, ilnal order of election was sign-
the high ed on May 23 1957 and the elec.
school board met with the com- tion ^ for June 24th
mittee and gave an explanation sclts of this election
of the reasons for
calling the disheartening to the boards and !
committee and their wish
that the committces who had w orked'
after a thorough study the com- lon„ an hard to
Mon. Evening saw the kick-off for
the United Fund Drive for this
area with a meeting at the feta-
cada Grade School. The campaign
' is headed by Duane Day as chair-
man with his crew of Bob Cody,
Jack McRae, Vem Sutton, Homer
Newell, Mrs. Don Showerman, Mrs
Del Nordquist, Mrs. Geo. Gentem-
an and Mrs. Ed Schlue. These
folks will spearhead the drive for
the period until Oct. 30. The goal
for Clackamas County is $119,255
and Estadada’s contributions will
make up a fair share of this am
Duane says that whatever
you give will be appreciated.
PLANS ADDITION TO THE
A building committee for the
Springwater Presbyterian Church
had their first meeting Tuesday
Chairman- Carl Illig;
and publicity- Lena Kiggins; fin
ance committee- Elwin Shibley.
Nominated to help with the fin
were Richard Guttridge,
Howell, Harold Horner,
Reed and Del Gant.
Suggestions for improvements
for the present building and the
addition were presented and dis
cussed. It was decided that Carl
Illig would draw the plans
specifications and that Tony Var-
itz and Rev. Hampton would help
in gathering up what
are already available and accept
any donations that might be given
Anyone want to
help us improve the church? If so,
call CR 9-6968.
SPR1NGWATER HOME EC.
UNIT TO MEET OCTOBER 7
The Springwater Home Exten
sion Unit will meet on Tuesday,
October 7 at 10 A.M. in Spring-
water Grange hall with the lad-
nl-m whiph wnnlH K p aeeorOahip *"—
~ the »'«»<*■*«'•
»«*<* was i Mrs- Amelia Koening of Logan, looking man in the above picture Seriously tho, if it wasn't for our ies ol the Dodge unit as guests,
tn the nennlc The Cm,in «ehnni about 3 to 2 against the plan in ! < Estacada, Route 2) ran down the is Vic Bowman. We hope you will fine rostrum of advertisers, it wou-
The Home Extension County
___ both the grade school and
the error in the “ Find the Error” con- note the smug expression on his id not be possible to have the con- Agent will lecture and illustrate
was represented at this meeting high school district.
test last Friday.
It was in
the face as he presents Mrs. Koenig test- We thank them for their proper fitting of foundation gai-
a» it was at all meetings of
In with her prize (which was once support
, . . . and you
, . for , your interest'
, . ments.
The two borads have worked
which is making the contest the
The meeting will be called at
At the high school board meet together harmoniously on
this case you don t know him, the fine Clackamas County News money). success it
10 A .M .-b e on time and receive
ing of January 10, 1957, a repre plan and on the
■ the attendance door prize.
sentative of the grade school was elections that have been placed
A special invitation is extend
present to discuss some o f
the before the people and it seems
DRIVE FOR LOCAL SICKROOM
ed to te 4H leaders and to all la
factors of the housing shortages the problem is not in their get
EQUIPMENT THIS WEEK
dies living in the vicinity.
at both schools.
ting together but in getting a lit
members will bring sack lunches
Carl Douglass Unit No. 74 Am-1 l l f l • . ^ n
On January 30, 1957 the
two tle backing from the outside, in-
j and the hostesses, Mrs. Lena
erican Legion Auxiliary, Estacada W i l l i ©
S U l a U 'O S S
boards again met in joint session stead o f yelling “ wait, we’ve got
The Upper Clackamas River announces the start of its annual
Kiggins and Mrs. Evelyn Kiggins
for the purpose of discussing the something better coming up,” ev-
Chamber of Commerce met at a magazine subscription campaign, , ™ e f Ä
serve coffee and cake,
housing needs at both schools.At erytime an election is called.
special meeting Monday evening. Mrs. George
Because of hunting season it was President, states
LOCAL WOMAN 2ND LIEUT.
decided to dispense with the reg- will be used to purchase new por- remaln unscored upon Jus seas- a
_ X _ „
IN WOMEN MARINE CORPS
ular meeting Monday evening. It table sickroom equipment for the
OA The Rangers have compli- L U S i I x I l c S T O l
Doiores A. Schleichert. daugh was decided that hereafter on the treatment of patients in their own S r,
p^.n . ,? V i i i games.
Now playing at the Broadway »
ter o f Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Schlei- third Monday o f the month that, homes.
I Bob . Bieisell, halfback
- - „ „ broke
Theatre an action packed western
chert of Estacada, was
commis- j a general luncheon meeting
This equipment is made readi-! away twice for 40 and 50
BLOOD ARROYV” with
use .ouc do|!n runs, anr passed
Lura A. Stanley of
Route 1, Coates and Scott Brady. Story of
The Vo-Ag boys in
Estacada sioned a second lieutenant in the i held. The first luncheon meeting ly available for temporary
exer-1 will me on Monday, Oct. 20, at 12 without charge to all residents, Jlm Ke c r ’ end’ for the third
High School’s FFA chapter are Women Marine Corps in
Box 323, Eagle Creek,
Beisell aso kicked two quietly died on September 27tu a young Mormon girl on a miss
rar’in to start work on their new cises at the Marine Corps Schols, noon at the Estacada City Hall, doctors and nurses in the Esta- tally.
ion for her people. She is helped
at the Oregon City Hospital, aft by an Indian scout, gambler and
cooperative forest project,
ac Quantico, Virginia, on Sept. 12. ! Pres. Len Verburg wants all mem- cada Union High School District.
cording to George Gentemann
er an illness of about 2 years.
The commissioning came at the , bers and prospective members on
Only accredited bonded repre-
trapptr.They make their danger
Paper conclusion of the 12th
Women i hand
Mrs. Stanley was bom Lura A. ous way through te Blackfoot In
sentatives of the Curtis Circula- although outweighing the fe ta
tion Company will call on all re-i ?ada b °y s couldn t get their of- Kring on July 24, 1891 and at the
company, Oregon City.tumed the Officers
dian country in the way to
1 sidents to explain the plan
in '^nsc ,to working against the fast time of her death was 67 years of
management of the plot, typical Quantico.
The six-week course
Second big hit—
full detail. Each representative | c*lar'ginS Estacada line.
Madras age. The early part of her life
Clackamas county foothill land, stressed responsbility as a lead-
will bear a letter of authorization j collected only one first down.fe- was spent in
to the FFA chapter last spring, ier in the Women Marines,
Michigan where Preston Foster> Pat' Conway and
from Carl Douglass Unit No. 74, *acada Bangors pack their gear she attended school and grew to c 0]een Gray.
aiming to build interest in timber
Graduates had previously corn-
i signed by the
following, Mrs. i J? travel to Banks, Oregon this womanhood. On April 4. 1922
conservation and forest manage- j pld ed the Junior WOTC.
of our jet fi!;hters.
I Geo. Armstrong, Mrs. J.O.Abbott, Thursday evening, tonight, for at Jnckson Mich, she
manned Starts Sund
City improvement goes forward. , ,
Grace their next'
league encounter. Al en J Stanley
At a special meeting of Gente
In 1939 they d
s p e c u l a r warfare epic
This week has seen a welcomed
E Erickson, and
! Let’s give our winning team sup- left Michigan and moved to A n- starrj
mann, Ray Luthy, Publisher’s res
CIark GaWe and
sidewalk extension on the west
Thc plan will
a f)or! By watching them at Banks zona.
ident forester, and Hugh G. Cat-
In 1940 they continued 1
side of Broadway with the laying
Lancaster “ RUN SILENT, RUN
on, County Extension Agent, the
westward and settled in Oregon.
of hew sidewalk in front of Mrs.
DEEP.” During World War II a
following outline for 1958-59 was
They have lived in the Portlana,
Sheltons and Shorty Cimmerman’s. not a request for donations. Dona- j
new captain is assigned to
tions will not be acecpted by ei
Eagle Creek area
her USS Nerka after his own sub has
boundaries, The local American Legion Aux- building next to Estacada Electric ther lhe representatives or
the ESTACADA STUDENTS ON
been sunk. The next in command
TELEVISION LAST MONDAY
mark corners and lines with rib iliary Junior Group met recently |
The surviving members o f her to the retiring
for their organization meeting, i
W 1 ^ the new home of the
bon and signs.
j great jealousy o f the new man In
offi Sportsman’s Club. Mr. Dexter Is
2. Make a forest tree type map and elected the following
that he expected the eommand.In
cers: Bonnie Jones, Chairman; building 50’ x 70’ that will house
3. Make a contour map.
Television, Stanley o f Eagle Creek; a brother
POW WOWERS WINNERS IN a science lesson on
the suspenseful and ensuing act
Linda Courtain, vice chairman; a modern restaurant and cocktail
4. Plant seedlings
BULL RUN WATER REFUGE
ion you will sit spellbound as you
Susan 1 (>unge. Banquet faciities are also
5. Start a record-keeping sys Illene Barr, secretary;
Funeral services were held on watch the submarines in action.
Kathy Ban , ^emg provided for around 90.
The Mt. Hood
PowWowers i SuPerintendent. was also inter- j Tuesday, September 30, at 10 A.
Ernie Rynning is almost set for
Next week- ‘ From Hell to Tex
Ann Snowley, chap
6 . Prune a portion o f the tim historian;
the j M. in the Chapel o f Carroll Fun- as’ with Don Murray and
start of construction on a new last w eek w e re told h v Portland v ' e w e d By Nancy Wells on
city officials that they are will- Community Workshop program, oral Home, Gresham.
Intel- Varsi plus ‘Gang War.’
ing to relinquish some
the Profff am ls *° ment was in Eagle Creek Ceme-
Later this month— ‘The Fly’ a
ing different management prac- Debbie Showerman and Kathleen Club.
acres now in the Bull Run water glve the ^ vwwlnS audience an tery. Rev. F. Cannell
offered science fiction; ‘Old Yeller’
Courtcin color bearers.
The City Planning Commission
Walt Disney picture: ‘Thunder
8.Set aside one acre as a check
The officers will be installed
Road' with Robert Mltchum.
plot which will not receive any By the St.John's Junior Auxiliary approved the application o f Oh as.
agreement is them with the school program.
| October 18 at 1 P.M. The Juniors Baker and Walt Stone for the in
Luthy suggested that each tree wil1 study
Americanism, will stallation of a used car lot and contingent on safeguards de pating were Judy Broadhuret, Ei - 1
be marked with an
representing a Central sales yard for boats and outboard manded by Portland city offic , leen Barr, Carol Klaetsch. Gayle
number as well as a test plot American Country, and various motorson the vacant lot between ials in order to protect the city’s ITeiple, Jimmy Hosek, Douglas
number. Each year trees will be other activities in the American their respective residential prop water supply
Showerman, Ronnie Slane
erties. It will be required they in becomes effective if and
measured for growth in diameter legion Auxiliary,
and height. Some plots will be | Mrs. Adolph Still
construct a six foot high cyclone , d,d a very commendable job for
Mrs. Amelia Koenig, Estacada, Route 2 found
pruned, others thinned, and one chairman, assisted by Mrs. Mur- facilities.
The Planning Commission are fence and construct a firebreaic our commum,y
plot will get the full treatment ray Kiggins and
error in Bowman-Hoffman’s ad so we start over
Every year changes in the treat- Snowley.
Mrs. Lester Courtain trying to arrive at some easy way to keep trespassers out o f
We also haver that new rile in, effect
ed plots will be compared with assisted with the work of the af- of financing sidewalks and curbs Bull Run watershed and to give
KIWANIS KEY CLUB
that your subscription must be in good standing
the check p lo t
Twelve girls attended for the folks desiring them or the necessary added fire protec
1 with more to attend at the next where they fall into a civic impr tion.
Kiwanis Key if you are to be eligible for the prize.
Big Chief Vic Bowman led the
Each class will get a different meeting.
All Auxiliary Juniors ovement program and it would be
This week’s error is worth a whole $ 4 A -0 0
assignment, says Gentemann, ex- and their mothers are most cor- a hardship to have to arrange for Pow Wowers as they gathered Club was well represented at the
round the council table in
the Northwest Key Club Conference
the immediate expense.
cept when planting, then they’l l ; dja]iy invited to attend.
some observant person should
city meeting hall in Portlano. held in Salem
all pitch in.
The planted a r e « » ______________
A1 Green wait was the spokesman James Keller,
vice president, find it. Our advertisers are happy to award you
will also be divided into plots for
as this historic powwow conven 2*ve a report on local clubs se your prize of $10.00, so be conscientious!
testing various species and meth-
ed with the Portland city com- tiviUcs The report received an
Publisher’s will furnish
Remember, there is only one paper mailed witl
water bureau applause from the audience
the planting equipment and much
| the best report given
on Key the intentional error. Any others do not qualify yoi
o f the other tools
Portland officials present con-1 Club rctivitie,
necessary to get the project un
The Estacada Garden Club will
the Cary Wymore,
James Keller, for the contest prize.
A fine turnout o f Kiwankns and meet next Monday, October 6, at ceded that the acreage in
A deliberate mistake of price or text, or both,
Mt. Hood, Terry Kowamoto attended
It’s an FFA project, but we’ll I visiting Kiwanis from Sherwood, the City Hall with the following southeast area
sought meeting with Bob Cody,
local has been placed in one paper or shopper which is
bet the community, in fact
the Sandy and Gresham, enjoyed the hostesses: Leila Gordon,
Ger- which the PowWowers
not Kiwanis president.
whole county, will yet a
great Tuesday luncheon Jim Groggln of trade Rhoades and
Eva White for rcreation purposes, is
drainage tativc: were from all parts of Or- then mailed or delivered at random. You’ll have to
amount of worthwhile informa- Portland General Electric outlin-
The refreshments will be serv- within the Bull Run
check all the ads carefully to find the "planted”
tion from the boys’ work, plus a ! ed the recreational program we’ll ed at 1 PJW. and the meeting will district and agreed that giving 1 egon and Washington,
up this 19,000 acres would
greater appreciation o f one
of enjoy after the lake is filled be- start at 1:30 P M
mistake. When you find what you think is the rifrht
our most valuable
natural re- hind the North Fork dam.
Mrs. George Venner, who with harm the water supply o f Port
take your paper to the firm in whose ad it
InctdentJy, the new lake is as er husband operates the Venner
c l u b t o m e e t ocr. 9 appears and you may take advantage of the error
The acquisition of this area by
yet unnamed Who would like to Dahlia Gardens in Portland, will
name it. Seems like a contest shou show colored slies, display speci- the Forest Service for recreation
Mothers' j price if to your advantage. You will also receive
the Club will hold their first meet-
I Id be in order. Anyone have any mens and have a questions and purposes has been one of
r m m nn
Mrs. May Evans
main objectives of
Pow ing on Thursday, Oct 9 at 1:30 y o u r p r i z e ot JIU .O U .
9“ teT ideas?
from Highland, Calif and Mre.
The mistake must he reported by 5 p.m. of the
scheduled Wowers in 1928. Congressman p m at the Eage creek school
for this month are geraniums or Walter Norblad who has
Evans daughter. Velma Ahlberg
following the date of this paper. If the
of Milwaukie. visited at the home MARIAN GUILD BAKE SALE miscellaneous Please bring hor- working with them has a bill in
claimed, it will be added to tne next
The Marian Guild will hold its ticulture.
of Mr and Mrs. John
Mr and Mrs. Loren Cyrus, Elta monthly bake sale Saturday, Oct.
Women interested in flowers in January permitting return of interested is weirome to attend weed’s prize. A duplicate paper showing the “ mist-
Schock and Mrs, Zella Cadanou 4 starting at
10 A M.
at the and gardening are invited to
* land 40 the Forest
w C#n CR Ä
ake” will be posted in the New’s office window
on Monday of this week
Clackamas County News office, tend.
C. of Commerce to
Set Noon Meetings
Action Western at
Tree Farm Is
Lura A. Stanley
F. F. A. Project
O ty Shows New
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