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About Estacada's Clackamas County news. (Estacada, Or.) 1957-1976 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 14, 1958)
In Its Fifty-fourth Year of Publication
Volume No. 54
Eckersiey to Represent Estacada at
League of Oregon Cities Meeting
10c Per Copy
Estacada, Oregon, Friday, Nov. 14, 19 j S_________
Supervisors Throw Switch for New Power Line
Councilman Eckersiey Chair
man of the fire committee.
nounced that he had
from W alter Sagner, Chief o f the
Fire Department, the specifica
tions that the Fire Department
purchase o f a new fire truck and
Wor!d War I Vets
Enjoy Turkey Feed
r i ear
Garfieid Grange Considers iViuny
Important Matters at November Meet
By Leila Gordon
erican Legion Hall Nov. 25 from
The Garfield Grange met on ,3 to 6 P.M. and had donors sign
the regular date with all officers cards.
peresnt except doorman.
Ins. Agent Rollie Poppino had
Maxwell filled that position and sent a letter warning those with
Belle Duus substituted for mus oot door grills to be careful
ician. A g. chmn Harold Middle- storing charcoal.
It could be a
ton reported that
slow eating booby trap if it was stored in a
milk cows would eat their food damp basement as the moisture
faster if it was wet. Ray Gordon could cause spontaneous ignition.
reported on the new grub control He also
drugs mentioned in the last Ore building or repairing to deal only
gon Farmer. It can be controlled with reputable contractors, and
either by spray or capsule.
beware of agents that promise to
Legis. chmn. John Parvin said use your home afer remodeling,
that since both state and national as a demonstration.
had gone Democratic it
make a worse hardship on Presi Myrtis Brown, a member living
in Calif, was read. Gladys Prater
Youth chmn. Lucy Middleton was reported ill in the Bide-a-wee
nursing home in Gladstone and
reported that Redland had
a card was signed for her.
stalled Garfield last Wed. nite
and did a splendid job and that
Pete Ballou asked help in put
all officers were present. She al ting up the siding and we were
so announced that we will install promised water upstairs by the
Eagle Creek the 15th, and hoped next meeting. Roy Maxwell will
we would go and support
the do the work.
team. H. E. Chmn. Norma Lee
HOME EC. ELECTS
has a lamp and a quilt that
will sell chances
for the The Home Ec. meeting was held
pump fund. You may get tickets upstairs after the meeting and
from Grange members. She than the following officers
ked those sending cards while Chmn. Norma Lee; co- chairman
sec. and treas.-
Edward was in the hospital and Peggy Anders;
said she was taking him to
San Leila Gordon.Next meeting place
Francisco for, surgery as soon as will be announced later.
Booster night will be Nov. 29
a bed is available.
Health Chmn. Leila Gordon with pot luck at 0:30 PM.There
the will be a speaker and program
blood mobile will be at the Am and you are welcome to attend.
The City Council held their re , equipment.
gular monthly meeting Thursday j stated that these specifications
evening, Nov. 6.
j would now be reviewed by the
Tidewater Oil Co. was the suc Fire Committee and their report
cessful bidder to
furnish the probably would be made to the
City’s gasoline requirements for j Council at its regular meeting in
the ensuing year.
Alcholic beverage licenses for
the year 1959 were recommended
for renewal for Mickie’s Tavern
and Horner’s Market.
were the only two presented at
The Council unanimously voted
Nordquist, Chrmn. of the Sewer
Comm., to the League of Oregon
Cities meeting in Eugene on Nov.
17. This meeting is being held
for the purpose o f a number of
small cities to discuss with vari-
| ous federal and state
the sewer problems that are now
being faced by them.
Nordquist very generously volun
teered his time to
meeting; a meeting which is of
vital importance to Estacada.
V . F. W . JE W E L R Y SHOW
A T LEGION H A L L N O V. 18
The Ladies Auxiliary of
local V. F. W. are sponsoring a
jewelry show by Sarah Coventry
at the American Legion Hall at
* P M. on Nov. 18. Be sure ot
pIan t° b? there-
y°J*r Christmas gifts.
Refreshments will be served,
Chmn. Lillian Kitching.
About 60 Veterans of
War I and their families enjoyed
a turkey dinner Tuesday evening
(Veterans’ Day) at the‘ Veterans
of Foreign Wars hall in Currins-
After the sumptuous feast the
local World War I Barracks was
called to order by the Command JUNIOR CLASS P L A Y
SET FOR N O V . 21st
er Fred Marshall.
Fred Kams, j
Preparations for the Junior
Clackamas County Service Offi
cer, and also a member o f
the j I Class Play are well underway.
World War I Veterans organiz- T,hc ca5* has pu* in many *«>urs
City are the parents of a son,
Preparing to throw the smutch aday powerhouse on the Clacka project engineer, Niles Burman
ation was present and gave some
practice and it promises
bom Nov. 6 in the
Portland General mas above Estacada are three ot
valuable information relative to ** very entertaining.
Hank, a es which
hospital. He weighed 6 lbs. 15
the service officers’ work.
The vf ry exu? erant vacuum cleaner Electric Company's new
25,000 the project’s supervisors.
oz. and was named David Allen.
project engineer for with her daughter and family, He joins a brother, Terry. The
Auxiliary of the local World War
_a ri°t^ar.d Ann s J>a- J kilowatt generator on line at Far- left they are Larry Kelsh, PGE O’ Reilly,
Ebasco Services, Inc.
IV^r. and Mrs. Lloyd Duncan of grandparents are Mr. and Mrs.
I Barracks tdso held a
meeting ! ie.nts m also hiiarious.
twins are quite a problem
Battle Ground, Wash, for
two John Prokop of Estacada
which was well attended,
YOUR ‘N E W S ’ W IL L BE
weeks while Elmer went
deer great grandmother is Mrs. Tony
All in all it was one
o f the
. . . .
p r in t p h p a r i v v a r
hunting. She is now spending a , Svoboda of Burke S. D.
most enjoyable Armistice
Day S° !L 1S
a friendly neighbor,
the W orid ' The cast is enjoying it and we
week with her daughter and fa-
T H A N K S G IV IN G W E E K .
mily, Mr. and Mrs. Oliver su tfi
War I Veterans of this area have K"owT you ™ 1 too„ , s « e y° u at
the Junior Class Play Nov. 21 in
A ll news and advertising for of Portland while Elmer is elk CURRINSVILLE L A D IE S AID
1 Estacada Union
| Thanksgiving W eek must be in hunting.
ELECTS OFFICERS THURS.
Attention is called to wooden
; the News office by Monday noon
j survey stakes which from time to
November 24. The paper will be
Mrs. Ted Harders has
been Aid held their regular meeting
A UCTION S A T U R D A Y , NOV. 15
time will appear at curb and pro-
The Estacada Rangers finished printed Monday and Tuesday and quite ill. Her sister, Ella Hal- iast Thursday at the VFW hail
A T S P R IN G W A T E R GR ANGE
jperty lines throughout the city. | the foot ball season in a tie with
will be distributed Wednesday.
da from San Francisco was with with Vella Matthews hostess.
Woud you like a good saddle
It is very important that these Seaside for first place in
her for sometime. Another sister
The ladies worked on a quilt
horse? Or maybe a peacock? Or
stakes be left in place. It costs Cowpa- League with a 20-0 victo
Loiusa Rice came from Corvallis during the afternoon.
camera equipment or a bicycle?
money to make a survey and if ry over Rainier here Friday ev
to stay with her for three weeks Officers elected were President
PAST NOBLE GRANDS
These are just a few of the many |
the stakes are pulled or knocked ening.
Mrs. Vella Matthews: vice presi
P L A N X M A S PARTY i
items that will be up for auction
¡out it may be necessary to call
Bob Beissell scored
Mrs. Gladys Schlichter;
Centennial Past Noble Grands i Mrs. Flora Klinker
at the Springwater Grange Halil Portland General Electric com- the surveyor back
replace points, to add to
his county Club was entertained Thursday, returned to Bend to spend the secretary- Mrs. R. H.
this Saturday, November 15, a t ‘ Pany added 25,000 kilowatts
of them and this costs more money. point lead.
He went into the
at her ! winter with Elmer and family. and treasurer- Mrs Floy Wade.
7:30 P. M. There will also be a hydro electricity to the
North-¡All property owner are entitled game is the all-time county scor by Mrs. Dorothy Suter
and entertainment. west power pool late Wednesday to this protection as
they are ing champion. He finished the home in Eagle Creek
The Marian Guild are offering
Come for an evening o f fun.This afternoon when the sixth turbo- making a substantial improve- season with 137 points.
After a delicious dessert lun
is being sponsored by the W est-, generator at Faraday powerhouse 1 ment by installing sidewalks and
cheon the president Elsie Hale their famous fruit cakes for sale
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Dahrens
Estacada took a 6-0 lead over
the on the Clacakamas river was pla- curbs.
called the meeting to order, 1 7 again this year. These cakes are of Estacada Route 2 are the par
Rainier in the first quarter on a
1 made o the finest ingredients and
for the ced on line.
Please remember to ask
ents of a baby girl Tamara. Bom
your 53 yard run by Beisell.
He members answered roll call.
,. The unit was added to the ex- children NOT to touch or
made and com each cake is two-thirds fruit.They October 25 in Portland.
kicK failed to kick the extra
isiting plant of 5 genaretors and wooden sui . ey stakes,
mittees were appointed for the 1 seH f° r $1 per lb. and are made
His second touchdown came on a
brings total capability of the po-
Christmas party at
the next 1 in 1 ,1 1-2, 2, 2 1-2 and3 lb. sizes.
20 yard run and the third
meeting Dec. 10 at the home of Orders are being taken by Mrs.
Clair Schleichert at
Mr. and Mrs. Mel Grim
above Estacada to 44,000
kilo YOUTH RALLY AT
BORING M AN DIES A T
Miss Louvina Crawford.
GARFIELD CHURCH SUN. He ran over the extra point aft-
IIIS HOME ON OCTOBER 31
Plans were also made for the or Mrs. Guy Keller at CR 9-4119. Judy of Eugene visited friends
and relatives here
This Sunday afternoon at
3 ¡er both of these touchdowns.
Soon to follow the Faraday un-
A lfred Wellman, Route 2,Bor
Christmas party Dec. 10
Estacada picked up 285 yards
at his home in ________
the Bor- it on line will be two more gener at the Garfield Church of
rushing and 10
ing Damascus area October 31.He ators with a capability of 53,000 Nazarene there will be a special
at their regular meeting.
den of Beaverton were Estacada
was born on the farm where he kilowatts at PGE’s
$20,000,000 I youth rally.
Members of the Beisell accounted for 214 yards
visitors on Friday of last week.
died 74 year ago on
29, j North Fork dam a mile upstream Young People’s group from
Mrs. Amelia Stroman fell re
____ I from Faraday.
will top rusher.
1884. He attended the
PGE vice presi- Mt.
° ** church
“ " Portland
Mrs. Andy Jannsen went to cently and broke a bone in her
High School at Damascus.
On dent O. E. W alsh said both North Present the program. Rev. Low
Mrs. Ina Johnson
Minot, North Dakota, the middle foot.
RICHARD M ILLER W ED S
October 20, 1907 at Damascus he Fork units would be producing ell C. Ellis, pastor at Mt. Scott,
of October to visit her daughter, staying with her.
will give a brief talk on the pur B A R B A R A JE A N SPINK
married Minnie Ketels who sur- power before December,
Mrs. Blair Olson and family,and
Barbara Jean Spink of Sandy
“The completion of North Forte pose and aims of
to await the arrival of a grand
and Raymond Miller of Estacada,
His father hometeaded the or- dam combined with the Faraday People’s Society.
A grandson, David Blair FOOD S A L E AT ‘N E W S ’
Teenagers and their
parents were married in the Sandy Com
OFFICE ON SA T U R D A Y
ignial farm and after his
death addition,’ ’ W alsh said, “ will bring
arrived on Nov. 8. The Olsons
Now playing at the Broadway . ,
Tho Springwater Ladies
Alfred operated the farm
until PGE’s generating capability
on from the Garfield
Theatre a brand new Tarzan p ic -!3 *50 have a daughter.
arc sponsoring a Food Sale
109,000 are cordially invited.
hi death. A ll o f his
was the Clacakamas river to
The regular 6:30 P.M.Young Rev. Donald Livesay officiating. ture- “ Tarzan’s Fight For Life
the Clackamas County News Of-
spent in the community and he kilowatts.”
People’s meeting will
not be The bride is the daughter o f Mr. with Gordon Scott as Tarzan and
was the last of his family
Oregon fice this Saturday; November 15
City Warns "Leave Estacada Rangers
™ . J “
Survey Stakes Re" Tie with Seaside
for First Place
P.G.E. Co. Adds
Two Real Thrillers
Play at Broadway
being survived by just his wife.
He was a member o f the Dam a*
Funeral services were held on
W ednesday Nov. 5 at 2 P.M.
the Chapel o f the Carroll Funeral
Mark Chamberlain offered
service and W m . Elliott was solo-
held this Sunday because of the and Mrs. Everette Latourette and
The 7:30 P. the groom is the son of Mr and
M. evening service will be held Mrs. Harold Miller.
The wedding music was played
by Mrs. Carl Loundree and John
Metzger sang “ Because” and the
SCHOOL C E N SU S A W A IT S
“ Lord’s Prayer.” The church was
COM PLETION; SEE ¿YD ON
beautifully decorated with large
i B A CK PAGE.
baskets of autumn leaves, mums
A number of families were not and dahlias.
included in the current school
The bride was given
census. The State and County riage by her father. She wore a
Basic cShool Support Funds are white taffeta gown with silver and
allocated on the basis of each white over skirt and net bolero;
school districts school population and her fingertip veil was held in
so it is extremely important that place by a crown of seed
the information requested be sup and lily of the valley. She carried
plied by you to the school as a bouquet of pink
soon as possible.
pink and white fuschia on a white
Miss Nancy Lamp was honor at
The a ™ 33* dinner
and bazaar FLIES TO RENO TO
tendant and wore a blue taffeta
sponsored by the Ladies A id of A U TO G R A P H HER BOOK
Eagle Creek church will be held
Mrs. Nat Gozzano
went by dress and carried a
the plane to Reno. Nevada on Octob m uff with white mums and pink
c hurch The menu will offer
a er 29 to autograph
Miss Joyce Miller, sister of the
choice of tamales
or creamed ‘How Daddy Became a Beach
ahicken on biscuits. Serving will comber” at Gray Reed’s Depart- groom was bridesmaid and also
be from 5:30 to 7:30 P.M
j ment Store, and also to help ad was dressed in a blue taffeta dress
Since this is also the night of vertise the opening of the new and carried a matching muff with
white mums and
the high school J“
the tropical restaurant and
*“ "* play
Ladies Aid r e r o "V "« K l» • double club Trader Dix ’
club Jerry P. Ruhl, cousin
feature evening for those
who was decorated by her father She groom was best man
wish to attend the play. You may returned to her home here on Spink, brother of the bride
come early to the dinner at Eagle Nov. 2 and reports that she had Willard Allen were ushers
Creek and just forget about cook a wonderful time.
The reception was held in the
ing at home.
annex of the church. The young
The price o f the dinner will be
Mrs. Louise Linn left on Mon couple are making their home in
$ 1 2 5 for adults and 50c for
day for Auburn, Calif, to
visit Sandy while Mrs. M iller finishes
children and students.
her sister and other relatives.
her senior year at Sandy high.
Be sure to attend the Marian
Giuld Christmas sale. This year
it’s bigger and better than ever
The sale will be held at the Le
gion hall on Saturday Dec 6 be-
ginning at 10 A.M . and will fea-
ture many items There will be
toys, Christmas stockings and a
parcel post sale.
and hot dogs will be sold as well
as a wide selection
IN C R E ASE D IN T E R E S T IN
CORN G R O W IN G IN OREGON
Increased interest in field c o m
production in Oregon will
tu rn 1
the spotlight on co m
growing. I E AG LE CREEK DIN N ER &
harvesting and feeding practices
at this year’s Oregon State Cora
B A Z A A R N O V. 21
„ T ? * r en W ar n
0re* .° "
Col,e« e far7n crops
The 17th annual public show is
scheduled December 6
Benton county fairgrounck
vallis starting at 9 A.M .
Top corn yields; 10 ear exnib-
its and judginig contests will stilt
ge major events Warren states
hilt W i ll » w » th»
'educational type” discussions on
co m growing and feeding.
Oregon field co m acreage this
year hit a rcord high of 47.000 ac
res compared to 30.000 last year
and 25.000 acres in 1950.
available from county extension
, Eve Brent as Jane,
! Rickie Sorensen plays the part of
! their son. W herein Tarzan
¡captured by enemies and Jane
! almost strangled. A thrill upon
¡thrill flim of
tures in the land o f the creeping
Second big hit— Kirk
Douglas in“ P A T H S OF G L O R Y .”
A little piece o f the W orld W ar
! I on the western front is shown
in an action packed war drama.
The tired beaten down men
the French and American forces
are ordered to take an impossi
ble hill. A violent battle ensues
with many casualties
the men are ater accused of in
subordination and neglect Doug
las defends them to tfie best of
his firery ability. A real action 1 H O t C O U m .
packed war story with a
shell of excitement.
Starts Sunday through
day— Erskine Caldwell’s story of
‘GOD’S LITTLE A CRE’’acclaim
ed as the world’s best seling no
vel is brought ti the screen with
Aldo Ray. Robert Ryan, Buddy
Hackett and Tina Louise. A con-
"Find the Error" Contest Has Two
$ 3 5 .0 0 Prizes; Two Separate Errors
John Englund of Estacada, Route 1, did not claim
the $60.00 error last week so this week we are hav
ing two errors for $35.00 each in two separate ads.
If the prizes advertised this week do not go, next
week there w ill be two errors again for $40.00 each.
If one or both prizes are found this week, we’ll have
only one prize next week.
Remember, this week there are only two papers
mailed with the intentional errors. Any others do
A deliberate mistake of price or text, or both,
has been placed in two papers or shoppers and
then mailed or delivered at random. You’ll have to
check all the ads carefully to find the “ planted”
mistake. When you find what you think is the right
mistake, take your paper to the firm in whose ad it
_ , „
, , „ appears
of . the error
troversial novel of Georgia folk .
wno ?»eek gold from the land, love
pncp if to your auvantsgG. You will also receive
from everyone and a great share the $35.00
Many6 have r^ d
that is now on the screen
O’Brien in ‘The World Was His
mistake must be reported by 5 p.m. o f the
Saturday following the date of this paper. If the
prize is not claimed, it will be added to the next
w e e ^ ’s P n z e - A duplicate paper showing the “ mist-
ake” will be posted in the News office window