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Volume No. 54
VIOLA HOME EXTENSION
In Its Fifty-fourth Year of Publication
Estacada, Oregon, Friday, Oct. 17, 1958
TO MEET OCT. 29
I Auxiliary Unit in
Educator to Speak UNIT
The regular October meeting
of the Viola Home Extension Unit
at P.T.A. Meeting has been postponed until Wednes -1 Orphan Survey
10c Her Copy
'5 9 Popular Local Beauties Announced Sarfiald Grange
$3. ¡00 Per Year
We’re happy with the response
from you folks in bringing your
subscriptions up to date. Those
of you who are still getting the
red circle, if we are in error let
the office know-or come in with
your renewal. If you do not feel
you can afford to renew now,
let us know, and we’ll rid you of
the circle and you may pick up
your balance when convenient.
New officers elected by the
| The Carl Douglass Post No. 74,
The Executive Board of the day,
Grange at their meeting
Estacada PTA met Friday morn Agent will give a lesson on the conduct a survey of war orphans
were: Master- Pete
ing, Oct. 10. in the Grade School proper fitting of foundation gar-!jn the Estacada Union. High
Ballou; Overseer- Ray Gordon;
library for their regular monthly ments.
Lecturer- Helen Parvin; Steward
area this fall according to
meeting. It was announced that The meeting will start at 10:30 School
Ken Palmateer; A. S. -Harold
Mrs. Clyde Alexander. Mrs. Al-
R. E. Jackson, director of secon A.M. and there will be a pot luck j exander
Middleton; Chaplain- Irene Max
chairman of Edu-
dary education for the Portland lunche served at noon. Hostesses cation and is the
well; Treas.- Wm. Chrysler; Sec.
schools and chairman for the wil be Ellen Hodgkiss and Jeanne Auxiliary Scholarships for the
Gena Ballou; Gate Keeper- John PROBLEMS OF OWNERS OF
state tuition scholarships, and lllig. Be on time as there will be Children of deceased war vet
Poppino; Ceres- Lucy Middleton;
FOREST LAND TRACTS
Anna Moore, who received a a door prize.
Pomona- Alice Chrysler; Flora- SMALL
are eligible for financial
DISCUSSED AT MEETING
scholarship through this fund, All the ladies in the vicinity erans
for college education. The
Problems of the owners of
will be the speakers at the regu are welcome and are invited to at aid
teer; Musician- Hattie Qualls; Ex. small
purpose of the survey is to get
tracts of forest land under
lar PTA meeting Thursday, Oct. tend.
information on scholarships to all
and how these hold
16 ait 8 P.M. in the High Sihool
Maxwell, Rena Davis.
l eligible students.
Cafeteria. After Mr. Jackson’s i
Grange visitors were Springwa- discussed at a better
A number of scholarships are
talk there will be a question and LADONNA ANDERSON WEDS available
ter’s Master and wife, M. and held Oct. 13 at West Linn
through the American
McMINNVILLE MAN ! Legion Auxiliary.
Ms. Del Gant and Ray and Bern across the bridge from Oregon
ice Miller. Each gave a short City.
^ scholarships of $600,000 are giv-
Scouts are badly ________
At the mj . and Mrs ^ Arnold ^ ^ Anderson,
Alvin L. Parker, Farm Forester,
last pack meeting over 60 boys a“d jackTedgerwood, sonof Mr! an to ?iJts^,nding daughters of
Oregon State Foretry Depart
signed up for the Cubs but are and Mrs. j 0hn Ledgerwood of Me- dece?sed veterans. These awards
ment, was coordinator for the
unable to Any
for lack interested
of Den 27th.
MinnvUle, were married on Sept. dents scholarships. The Depan-
CONSIGNOR’S SALE OF
MILKING SHORTHORNS SET meeting.
At this meeting discussions
fo r M c M in n v il l e
and wishing more information A 'reception was held Oct.10 at |
“fl9regon 81V« o n i^ anJlua!
were lead by Martin Syverson,Di
can contact Mrs. Bill Carnes, TE the Garfield Grange hall with j $150.00 ^ to * daughters
vision of State and Private Forest
1-2117, ftedland, or Wm. Brug- neariy 100 relatives and friends
I Milking Shorthorn Sale to be ry,
An annual nurses
Northwest Region, U. S. For
uier, pack leader at CR 9-3819. attending. Many lovely gifts veterans.
training scholarships is also giv
est Service, Portland, and Don
----------------------were received by the bride and
en to the son or daughter of a
Maus, Assistant State Forester,Or
to interested persons.
MISS MIDFORD RETURNS
veteran by the Department of
State Forestry Department,
FROM FRANCE and beautifully decorated by Mar Oregon.
Small woodland owners
Miss Dagmar Midford arrived
Children of veterans who died
others intereseted from Lin
bulls, drawn form the herds of and
home last Tuesday to spend a jorie
Tillamook, Clatsop, Colum
] breeders in Oregon, Washington coln,
Among those present were the sult of injury or illness incurred
month visiting her mother, Mrs. groom’s
bia, Washington, Mutnomah.Hood
grandparents, Mr. and in World Wars 1 or 11 or the
Marguerite Midford. She has Mrs.
Wasco, Marion, Yamhill,
According to the sales manager River, Clackamas
Bert Pulley of Cutler City, Korean conflict are eligible for
been in Fance for the past year end Mrs.
James Adams of Jefferson, Ore., and Parker
J. Ledgerwood of Mc- educational assisstance from the
for special study. Before coming
stated that, “According
home she spent two weeks visit- Mbinville.
Government. Any per
to the recent Timber Resources
past years, is to promote interest Review,
ing her sister and family, Mr.and , The cake was served by the Federal
knowing the name and ad
half of the 10,000,000 ac
Mrs. Bard Johnson of Baker. At bndeJ au"ts- Mrs. Joe Gredvig son
dress of a war orphan is asked
res of privately owned commer
end of her visit here she will fnd.M*S- ^?ax A f’, ^ of
to contact Mrs. Clyde Alexander,
forest lands in Oregon are hi
ers and stockmen of the North- cial
nursing in Portland. Mrs.
'and- Pete Ballou
bride, Estacada, stating the name, birth-
small ownerships, and these are
was of at the punch
address, the name of the
about half the timber
bowl, and Mrs. Bill Hale, aunt of date,
“We have never gotten fancy pri producing
veteran parent, date
they should. This involves over
JAKE MARCHBANKS SELL
the groom, served the coffee. Lln- deceased
owners. Within the above
EAGLE CREEK INN da Ledgerwood, sister of the and place of death. The name of
Adams. “On the contrary, our 36.000
counties about 15,000
The Jake Marchbanks have groom, served the ice cream,with the living parent or guardian.
biggest job has often been to con- mentioned
individuals own around 1,369,000
sold their Eagle Creek Inn to Mrs. Walter Mann of Hillsboro,
acres. In Clackamas County
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Martin.
aunt of the bride, and Mrs. Gene SPRINGWATER HOME EC.
over 3000 owners have
The Martins come to our com- Ballou, grandmother of the bride,
MET LAST TUESDAY iul occasion of unveiling their neve models. The top might by selling privately, we alone,
236,000 acres. With these
munity from California where assisting.
Helping the newty- The Springwater Home Ex picture is the newr Chevrolet, on display at Miller’s have always tried to select ani- about
lands producing only about half
they have been restaurant oper- weds open the gifts were Miss tension Unit met at the Grange Chevrolet Service starting this Thursday.
“ .S n ^ for of their capacity, it is a critical
ators. They were interested by Ann Harbert and Mrs. Bob Bess, Hall last Tuesday with Miss Hal-
problem in Oregon, where the
the fine recreational advantages The newlyweds will be at home lene Price, Home Economic Ec-
of the common wealth is
offered by the area and decided in Estacada, where the groom is onomist
veiling Friday, with their nation annonucement and horn herds in the Northwest,and, economy
so , dependent upon the lumber in-
to make their home in beautiful employed by the Forest Service onstrating from
and the bride by the Pacific Tele- rect Foundation Garments Cor‘
for advertising set for next week.
most of our breeders are willing i c The primary purpose of the
phone and Telegraph Co. in the the busy woman. She explained
to put their better animals in this1 meeting, he said, is to take a criti
as an inducement.”
PAST NOBLE GRAND
and informative look at the
34 head are consigned by cal
OFFICERS ARE ELECTED
problem, and analyze the impor
The Past Noble Grands Club
of the small woodland to
the Rice Auction Yards, starting tance
bra. Ladies of the Dodge Un
met at the home of Mrs. Eva Ray Hayden New it per were
our economic setup. The sugges
Tooley on Monday, Oct. 13, for
and reactions of the owners
Catalogs may be had for the tions
Door prize was won by Mrs.
their first meeting this fall. Elec
The Chamber of Commerce will have its first ams, Sale Chairman, Rt. 1, Jeffer sought.” interested parties are
tions were held and the officers Kiwanis President the day served cake and coffee.
were reelected as follows: Mrs. Dr. Allyn Price, head of the
This was one of a series of
meeting will noon meeting (plenty of fireworks) next Monday, son, Oregon.
Elsie Hale, president; Mrs. Earl nominating committee submitted be The
meetings that are scheduled to be
McConnell, vice pres.;Mrs. Nellie ‘he following names for offices November with“ Mrs.“ Nita' Gant
held throughout the state during
Currin, secretary and Mrs. Ern of the Estacada Kiwanis Club for and Mrs. Doris Miller as hostes featured speaker will be present. The featurre of FIRST AID CLASS BEGINS
the early part of October through
est Rynning, treasurer. Fifteen the coining year. On regular mot ses. Mrs. Gentemann, chairman the meeting will a menu that will require only a IN EAGLE CREEK TUESDAY the cooperation of the U. S. for-
ladies were present and spent a ion the nominees were unanim
A Red Cross First Aid Class be- j Pst service and the state forestry
that any member inter spoon - -after you have laid $1.00 on the line.
very enjoyable afternoon. The ously elected....................................... requests
at Eagle Creek school house department.’
next meeting will be held at the ....Ray Hayden is new president in pattern fitting please be sure
14 and will continue each “A state wide meeting is to be
home of Mrs. Henry Suter in with Bob Cody retiring to the bor and attend this meeting.
eve at 7:30 for 5 weeks. held in Salem Nov. 6 at which
Eagle Creek November 10th. ed of directors; A1 Collins, Vice-
who still has a $1.00 after the UF Fund drive. It is It was announced
at last Thurs time the various interested part
president, Don Day, Treasurer
day’s meeting of the Mother’s ies are urged to attend and ex
and Rev. Vernon Ross, secretary. LEGION AUXILIARY PLANS do so. A good meeting is promised. Good news!
Club that more were needed to press their views.
i or' a Y WAVE
m r u snirwil"
sn ilB F n Directors are Billy Griggs, Sim
RUMMAGE SALE SOON
I make a full class and enrollment I
— I will be open until next Tuesday, j CHURCH SPONSORS PAPER
According to the Hveada, Esta* "«".op, nick Schmidt and Duane The American legion Auxiliary
DRIVE ON OCTOBER 18
| Contact Viola (Mrs. Byron) Mc-
cada High School student publi-
w*“ £°ld a rummage sale NovT
FORMER EAGLE CREEK
TEACHER DIES OCT. 12 Urnzie (CR 9-6123) who is teach- The Estacada Church of God
cation, thieves broke into the Es-
|and 8 at the Leglon. half Anyone Spine Tingling
Funeral services were held lasti the course, or Mrs. E. R. An- Youth Fellowship will be observ-
tacada High School sometime be- JUDY FREDERICKSEN IS
housecleaning and wishingto dis-
tween 4 A M. and 6 A.M. Oct. 6th HONORED WITH BRIDAL
usable articles, the Aux- Films at Broadway Monday for Bffie Grace Douglas, j derson of Eagle Creek. There is ¡"8 ‘Christ’s Workday’ Oct. 18
by conducting a paper drive. If
late of Portland, who died Oct.’ no charge for this course.
They broke a window and entered SHOWER ON SATURDAY
, ha^ Kwl11 ^ gla0 U>, pass * an
you have papers and magazines
through the east door by the audit- A bridal shower for Miss Judy to others. The Aurdiary 1 ms a Now playing at the Broadway 12. She was the wife of Ward
orium After getting in to the Fredericksen, daughter of Mr. and heavy program and proceeds go Theatre, a pair of science fiction Douglas of ISagle Creek. She is Richard Rose and his mother of to donate please call CR 9-3947
budding they broke their way into Mrs. Lawrence Wahlstrom of to ChiW welfare and hosP^al movies, the first ‘THE FLY’ in also survived by a daughter,Mrs. Portland called at the Ralph and a truck will be by to pick
them up on October 18th.
which an atom splicer fails ¡cre Dorothy Guttridge, three sons, Wade home on Sunday.
the office and managed to get $12 George, was given m the Estaca- 'T '* ’
from the coin and pencil machin- da American Legion haill on Sat- don assisted by Mrs.John Abbott, ates human terror in the shocking Clifford, Raymond and Donald1
urday, Oct. 11, at 1 o’c lock .About Mrs. Don Showerman, Mrs. Geo. form of T he Fly.’ This is truly Douglas, two sisters and four
This group also broke a window fifty relatives and friends of Miss Armstrong Mre^ Harry Hickman tops as a horrifying film and brothers. Mrs. Douglas wm a for It Pays to Read Our
r - They Ha -e a
ami entered the Ag shop where I Fredericksen attended. The tables j and Mrs. Adolph Still.
folks ere advised not to see it mer teacher at Eagle Creek
S ^ S e d t W ¿ to
were beautifully decorated with The Unit and Post wish to alone nor if in poor health. The schooL
ines and took approximately $50 flowers and the honor guest re- thank their friends for making cast includes A1 Hedison, a new j
$ 3 0 . 0 0 Message (or Lucky Reader
in cash, which belonged to Mr. ceived many lovely itifts. Many their annual Turkey Dinner a comer; Patricia Owens and Vin-
Miss Mary Belli, popular Estacada High teacher
Gentemann’s Student Insurance who were unable to attend the success.
cent Price. Second fiction fea- CHINESE DINNER, PROGRAM
shower sent gifts.
ture ’SPACE MASTER X’ star-! SUNDAY AT EAGLE CREEK did not find the error in the Estacada McCulloch ad
They also broke into Mr. Lar- Refreshments of angel food HOWARD HORNER TO SPEAK ring Bill Williams, Lyn Thomas j Next Sunday eve., Oct. 18, a last week. Because of the ribbing we know Miss Bell
sen’s room and the wood shop, cake, jello and coffee were served SUNDAY AT ESTACADA
and Robert EHis.When the first Chinese dinner will be held at will take, we have withheld notice of her oversight
Local and county police are in- Miss Fredericksen will marry METHODIST CHURCH
satellite returns to earth a re- Fagje Creek Presbyterian church
i Don Looney of Curriiwville at a Laymen’s Sunday at the Meth search biologist accidently after followed by a program at which so as not to interfere with her school duties. We are
vestigating the matter.
ceremony in the Presbyterian odist Church, October 19, will receiving a small cut lets a drop, ^ ^ Mrs Albert E.
! Church at Eagle Creek on Satur find
Howard Horner, former of blood fall on the cask awaken, of Corvallis, will be featured back at $30.00-so start getting interested.
CLASS OF ’58 GRADS
day, October 25.
This week’s error - without clues - is $ 0 /V 0 0
high school principal at Els tacada ing and feeding the mold forma guests. Young people of West
NOW ATTENDING COLLEGE
tion within. It grows to frighten minster Fellowship will also take and some observant person should
W-> are glad to report that a
in Portland, speaking at ing proportions devoumg every part in the program and there find it. Our advertisers are happy to award you
number of the graduates of the
T » * M a lg in school
te 11 A. M. worship service at thing available that contains will be a guest soloist.
Estacada Union High School KQIigGrS 100 IflUCIl the
Methodist Church, assisted blood. Little do we know what Dr. Steward, affiliated with your prize of $30.00 - - and you have to find it!
of the class of 1958 are attending _
by laymen of the church who may be brought back from our Oregon State College, was form
Remember, there is only one paper mailed witl
space launchings—this could, erly an agricultural missionary
will lead the service.
S S I . f o r Warrenton
intentional error. Any others do not qualify yoi
Ebert, Lance SoWichter and Clar- Estacada Rangers defeated War-
Sunny side Methodist Church Starts Sunday through Tue»- ken at Engle Creek Church and for the contest prize.
,-nce StithJudy Grim, Wally Mil- renton 26 to 7 in Cowapa League the
in Portland, where he is an act day—Walt Disney’s ‘OLD YEL- was asked to return by popular
ler and Ann Harbert are attend- play at Estacada Friday,
A deliberate mistake of price or text, or both,
layman and called epon often LER' the story of a stray mong quest and bring his colored
ing the University of Oregon. Judy Warrenton took a 7 to 0 lead ive
been placed in one paper or shopper which is
Carlson and Bema Closson en- in the first quarter,
^ cordially Invited then mailed or delivered at random. You’ll have to
is; “Relationship of the School Coates family. When the father | ^
rolled at Portland State. Joyce Then the Rangers got to roU- to
the Communnity and the Re has to go on a cattle drive he at(^nd. This is not a money-
Farder and Corvine Harmon are rr^ and took a 13-7 halftime lead sponsibility
affair, but a free will of- check all the ads carefully to find the “planted”
Parents.’ The in leaves his wife and small son in
going to Dental Assistants School, on two Worley touchdowns lu sights of this of Christian
be taken to cover the mistake. When you find what you think is the right
Barbara Galster is taking Nurses the second quarter. Beisell booi-
is also recognized as a top Altho the old dog seems useless, co9t ^ tbe meal. Reservations mistake, take your paper to the firm in whose ad it
Training at the Good Samaritan ed one of the extra points. Wor- who
school administrator prom he proves the greatest helper are requested ,but not required)
Hospital in Portland. Dean Me- ley added touchdowns in each of flight
ise to be stimulating and chal that a boy ever had.He saves the so the cooks may know how appears and you may take advantage of the error
Allister is attending Brigham the final quarters.
in relation to his chosoi boy from wild hogs the baby meh to prepare (Phone CR » in price if to your advantage. You will al»o receive
Young University at Provo, Utah, Worley’s touchdowns came on lenging
from a mother bear and kill the 6533) Dinner will begin it 5:30
and Ruth Sinclair is enrolled at runs of 53, two, one and two topic.
your prize of $30.00 and two theatre tickets.
threatening wolf. Filmed in tech- p jj
the College of Puget Sound.
nieolor this is a read heart-stir-
The mistake mast he reported by 5 p.m. of the
the Armed Services: Charles Gar- rushing and Beisell gamed 80- V. F. W TOOP
a TVRDAT 5 ?
S m t f rtudiofstort-i The Route One boy poet is at Saturday following the date of this paper. I f the
rett, Terry HaMday. Richard plus
O F T ^ NEXT SATLRD
timM f m pirture Sunday will R again.
His latest follows prize IS not claimed, it will be added to the next
Keeth, Stephen Kirkbnde. Wes- The Rangers face what is The local V. F\
^ pM 4:30. 6;30 and 8:30 u f e at Currinsville, except for w e e k»s Dri z e A d lin lic a tp m n p r « h m v im r tb o
ley Lanning, Dennis MeUott, Nor- their toughest opponent this wdl sponsor a food »ale at the Mond and Tuej>day eVPS 7 p the dcvil and hig deciples, is nice , „ S
a t e Paper Showing the mist-
msn Oleson, Hugh Reynolds. Bob week when they tangle with the office of the Clackamas County
and happy among the Heiples.
Will be posted in the NeWS office Window
Sanderson and Barbara Jesae.
Seaside Gulls at Seaside.
News next Saturday. October 18 ”