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Clackamas County News
Estacada, Oregon, Friday, Oct. 3, 1958
Mr. and Mrs. Henry
former residents of
now living in Lose Angeles, vis
ited at the Harry Kitching home
and with other friends here last
week. They had spent the sum
mer wit their daughter in Port
Beverley Fox. daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Glen Fox, was married
recently in Newport to Stephen
James Thomas. They will make
their home in Newport.
Glen Foxes now live at Areata,
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Cooling, cut, w r a p p e d a n d d e livered, 4c lb.
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ESTACABA BARBER SHOP
River Mill Fishway
Jo be Revamped
The fish ladder at
General Electric company's River
Mill dam on the Clackamas River
below Estacada is scheduled for
remodeling, it has been announc
ed by PGE’s aquatic biologist,
[ George Eicher.
PGE appropriated $30,000 for
the job, Eicher asid, “ and work
is scheduled to start immediate
‘New look’ plans for the facility
include lengthening the ladder by
providing additional pools and
completely rebuilding the lad
Entrance to the ladder- when
I water below the dam was at its
lowest level- has required a four-
foot pump into the first pool .The
new ladder provides a ‘stair-step’
of pools leading into the facility.
This will make the approach eas
ier for the fish regardless of wat
Also, the orifice leading into
the first pool will be a new bouy-
ant desigin. It will flat up and
down corresponding to the water
level of the river.
Another new design in the lad
der, according to Eicher, will b*.
the method of presenting attract
ion water to the fish.
The biologist explained that mi
gratory fish wil usually swim in
to the strongest current on their
grounds. To insure that the tra
velers swim toward the
and not into the taiirace water of
the dam, the attraction
flowing out of the new
will have twice the volume of
that used in the old facility.
And with the new design, Eich
er added, the water will come up
through the bottom of the en
Mr. and Mrs. A. B Johnson
(Starley Sparks) of Eugene now
have their third
Bruce who was born Sept. 18 and
w eighed 7 lbs 10 1 2 oz.
and hauling to processors, but
the price per pound should
much more tiian
would pay and many growers re
gard new fresh markets
candidate for governor,will speak
in the all purpose room at the
Sandy Grade School on Monday,
October 6th at 7:45 P.M.
The Sandy Club of the Repub
lican Women’s Federation of Or
egon is sponsoring the meeting
MARK HATFIELD TO SPEAK
and will serve sandwiches
AT SANDY GRADE SCHOOL coffee.
The public is cordially
Republican invite to attend.
GROWER AGENT SEES
MARKET OUTLET FOR
M. F. Edwards, manager of the
said recently that he has
hopes of developing markets for
BARBARA LACEY WEDS
fresh Oregon canoberries in Cal
RONALD W. MANCHAS ifornia and also in the Rocky
Miss Barbara Jean Lacey, dau Mountain states. He had just re
ghter of Mr. and Mrs. C. H.Lacey turned from a trip to California
on wholesale j
became the bride of Ronald W. where he called
and brokers in
Manchas, August 31 at the First produce firms
Methodist churh in Dallas witn Los Angeles, San Francisco and
the Rev. Sydney Gaither officiat Oakland.
1 Buyers in California were es-'
At the reception in the church peeially interested in red
parlor Mrs. Tom Lacey, aunt of black raspberries,
the bride, mut the cake, assisted which is grown to any great ex
by Miss JoAnn Brown of Salem. tent in that state.
Mrs. Louis Thomas of Estacada berries or blackcaps,
served at the punch bowl. Sirs. wards said, are
S. C. Carter of Estacada, the known on California
bride’s grandmother, served the but buyers seemed to think a de
coffee and Mrs. Curly Carter of mand for them could be develop
Estacada, the brie’s aunt,
had ed without much difficulty.
charge of the guest book.
No market for fresh
strawberries could be developed
in California, Edward
but there should be a big poten
RECEIVE BIDS ON NEW
BRIDGE OVER CLEAR CREEK tial market for them
State Highway mountain states, and for canebei-
Commission received bids at its ries as well.
Edwards said discussions
meeting in Salem on September
30th for construction of a
144- ready are being held with truck
concrete deck ing companies
girder bridge to carry the Red- fresh Oregon berries in refriger
Transit time would
land-Estacada Road over
Clear ate trucks.
Creek at Viola.
3-spau he about 32 hours to Denver, 36
structure will be supported hy hours to Los Angeles and 24
on hours to San Francisco- Oakland
spread footings and will provide markets.
a 26 foot clear roadway.
Berries would have to be pick
scheduled for completion
late ed properly, packed in the right
The Redland-Esta- kind of containers, and pre-cool-
cada Road wil! be closed during ed oefore shipping. This would
the construction period.
cost growers more than picking
HEALTH and SCIENCE
Don’t Be A Cold Statistic
Will you be a cold statistic this holiday season? It is
estimated th at some 150 million people in this country will
suffer from a total of 400 million colds before next Spring. The
Christmas-New Year’s holiday
season is always a time of stress
and fatigue, ideal conditions for
catching a cold.
Chances are you are planning
a trip, a party or a sports event,
in addition to the normal hustle
and bustle of buying presents,
sending cards and playing Santa
Claus. It would be a shame to let
a stuffy cold spoil your holiday
Although we still do not have
a guaranteed method of prevent
ing colds, things are a little
better than in Grandfather’s day.
The following suggestions may
help you keep healthy and feel
lively during the holiday season fatigue. Get plenty of sleep. Eat -
well balanced meals.
1. Avoid people with colds
If you should get a cold, despite
whenever possible. When you your best efforts, do like others
must be with them, keep your and seek relief that will make
distance when they cough, sneeze you feel better. At the first sniffle
or blow their nose.
many people follow their doctor’s
i 2. Wash your hands often, spe
advice and take Coricidin, which
cially before eating and after combines a powerful anti-hista
mine with other cold-relieving
touching a person with a cold.
3. Don’t use a drinking utensil ingradients.
If your cold persists, or gets
or towel which may have been
worse, consult your physician
used by a person with a cold.
4. Keep up your resistance by promptly. He may be able to help
maintaining good general health. you enjoy a Merry Christmas
Avoid chilling, wet feet, and and a Happy New Year.
Estacada, Oregon, Friday, Oct. 3, 1958
Volume No. 54
trance pools where it will be dif
fused oy a grating.
sion grating will cause the water
to boil up evenly across the pools
and not come out of the ladder as
a direct force.
Construction of the ladder will
take place while the
behind PGE’s North Fork dam, 5
miles upstream, is being
and the river is at a low level,
Thi- Lawrence Wahlstrom fam Portland and Mr. and Mrs. Roy
ily oi George and Mr. and Mrs. P.hoades of George.
Lester Colson of Portland
last Friday on a trip to Victoria, i Rev. Mark
Vancouver, and other points in , Gresham took the place of Rev.
Vernon Ross of Eagle Creek
tlie Church in George Sept. 21.
On Sept. 28 Rev. Cowan filled the
Rhoades was pulpit at George.
Rev. and Mrs
greeted into the home of Mr. and Vernon Ross have been on a va
Mrs. James Rhoades of George on cation in California.
September 20. The young lady
was born at Portland Osteopathic
Mr. and Mrs. John
Hospital. She weighed 7 lbs 10 of Vancouver, Wash, were Sun
ozs. The proud
grandparents day dinner guests at the Joe Wie-
are Mr. and Mrs. John Brhul of dcrhold home in George.
Mrs. John Lindholm was host Samaritan hospital in Portland.
ess to a tuppenvare party at her
Carl Douglass American Legion
Mr. and Mrs. Art York, Mary Post and Legion Auxiliary will
and Larry and a friend, Judy meet at their hall here next Mon
Streeter, also Ruth Cromer and day evening, October 6. Pot luck
Bob Denny, made a trip to the •pper will be served at 6:30 P.M.
followed by the business
new Pelton Dam recently.
ings of both organizations.
Mr. and Mrs.“ Eddie Linn
Portland were recent visitors of
Mrs. Louise Linn.
Estacada Masonic Lodge
hold their regular October meet
Walt Van Curan is receiving ing next Tuesday evening, Oct. 7
medical treatment in the
Good in the Masonic temple.
Portland spent Saturday night at
the home of her
Mrs. Larry Meade.
Mr. and Mrs. Gene
and son Gary visited at the home
of Mrs. Richord’s parents, Mr.and
Mrs. O. H. Westby on Thursday
and Friday of last week.
Westerbcrg over the week end. Mrs. Harvey Westby and two boys
Mrs. Morrison is a sister of Mrs. from Sheridan.
Westerberg. They all enjoyed a
dinner in honor of her birthday
Percy Shelley, pioneer resident
of the Sandy community, and at
present candidate for Mayor of
Several members of the Esta- the City of Sandy, was a visitor
c ula Garden Club visited Black’s at the Clackamas County
Gardens in Salem on Tuesday of office on Monday of this week.
------------------------- The meeting of High School pa
rents and teachers which was to
Mr. and Mrs. R. J.
Callers at the O. H. Westby have been held Oct. 2 in the high
and children from Astoria visited liom- on Sunday were Mrs. Nira school library has been postpoi.-
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Woo Is of Portland and Mr. and ed until Oct. 23 at 8 P.M.
Prices h r Friday & Saturday
October 3 St 4
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