Estacada's Clackamas County news. (Estacada, Or.) 1957-1976, November 28, 1958, Page Page 8, Image 8

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    THE C L A C K A M A S C O U N T Y N EW S, PA G E 8
Estacad i, Oregon, Friday, Nov. 28, 195S
Proctor’s home
in Tillam ook SH ARO N SAGER WEDS
i high school and Mr. Sager attend-
where they attended
a
high
ROGER SANTO, W EST L IN N ed .West Linn liigh school.
school punior play
in
whicn
Sharon Sager, daughter o f M r.1
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Frank Proctor played the leading and Mrs. Donald L. Sager o f Bs- j
By Phyllis Fitch
[role On Saturday they went
to tacada, and Roger Santo, son of
F'riday night the Wilbur How­ Corvallis fo r homecoming week­ Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Santo,West |
Clyde
ells attended the Junior
class end at OS. Nancy and Jean Brac­ Linn, were united in marriage in
.
. T. . . Ecker, form er Esta-
play a Estacada.
Bonnie was a kett were guests at Joanne Bur­ an evening ceremony Friday N ov t ‘ll a resident, and now living at
member of the cast.
nett’s sorority house. Kappa D el­ 7 at Springwater
church ’ with lhc Sandy Rest Home ne,ar Sandy
Saturday eve Mrs. Fitch gave ta.
Rev. Harry Hampton officiating. ! was in Estacada last Thursday
a birthday dinner in honor of her
Houseguest of Mrs. Maude Bur- Mrs. Horner played the wedding
friends.
He made his
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aoing ,|SUa] ca|i at ttle 0f f lce
0f the
sister’s
Jean Haymard’s 19ih 1 nett for three days last week was music.
Clackamas County News.
Cyde
birthday. An evening of cards her sister Mrs. Edna Parsons of
Mr. Sager gave
his daughter
was enjoyed by all.
Portland. Also visiting her
on away in marriage. H er dress was as most local folks know, is the
Springwater Youth Fellowship Tuesday was Mrs. Bernice H ow ell of white brocade, ballerina length writer o f that popular column in
W hen he predicts—
the News “This Person & That.”
w ill install new officers on Nov.30 0f Clackamas.
and she carried a
bouquet
of
Saturday
Lena Kiggins took
Mr. and Mrs. R. O Dail
have peach colored mums.
scientists listen
Mr. and Mrs. Larry Meade en-
part o f the Junior Legioh Aux. been having a new well drilled
Rita Santo, sister of the
pany, RCA Victor Records, RCA
bride- tertained about 40 relatives at a
girls to Portland to be installed. on their place this past week.
groom,
was
honor
attendant.
She
Labs and RCA Communications,
last
There were 14 from
Estacada
A birthday party in the3rd-4th wore a white wool chemise drees pre Thanksgiving dinner
Inc. — 78,000 employees engaged
Unit.
grade class room of Eagle Creek and carried a pink carnation bou­ Sunday at the Meade home.
in show business, broadcasting,
Visiting till Tuesday
at the School last Friday afternoon hon­ quet.
Frank Schnelle was best
news gathering, advertising, rec­
Mrs. Wm. Grant, mother
ol
Murray Kiggins home is Lena’s ored Becky Johnson, Don Rivers man.
ords, manufacturing and elec­
Mrs. Guy Keller,came out from
aunt Mrs. Grace Carpenter from and Ellen Seidel. Room mothers [ The ______
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„
,
c
bride’s
mother
wore
dark
tronics. RCA has 18 manufactur­
Oregon City Firday to
attend
Oklahoma City. Sunday Mrs. Car- present were Ruby ivers, Kather-1 grey with black accessories
ing plants making everything
and the Junior Class play
at
the
penter’s
daughter
and
nephew
oi
jne
Wilson
and
Charlotte
Woou-
a
pink
carnation
corsage
from records to computers.
The high school on Friday night.She
Tigard
were
over.
cock.
bridegroom
s
mother
wore
black
A t 67, Sarnoff is a proud,
Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Jpel Gant
An 8 lb. baby boy was born to with black accessories and
her returned home on Saturday.
stocky man with a ruddy, alert
visited Dels sister Mrs. Earl Mor­ Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Castile on corsave was
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face whose sharp eyes reflect the
1111 Mr- antj ' ,rs- Delbert Nordquist
authority o f his vast power.
1 ris at her home in Oregon City. Nov. 16 and named Daniel Rob- by the b ride’s mother
and
two I Mrs Carol Kpnnprfv . _________
.«.. j
ia
, f ^ i l y and Eloise Rynning
He is a meticulous, efficient ) Mrs. Morris just returned home ert. The Castiles also have
children Granparents
Granoarents are
arc ! bride’s cake £ Mrs
^ _ h w
" i a ! ve2
and
from the hospital.
other r children.
e the
„ I visited
visiieo at the
me home
nome of
ot Mr.
m
worker who can’t abide disorder.
Mm. W
Wm
of f Ea-
^ scr. , ' trs Curtis Nordquist of Long-
Last week Mr. and Mrs.
Del Mr. and Mrs.
Everything in his life is done by
m Castile o
Ea­
Gant accompanied by Mr.
and gle Creek and Mr. and Mrs.Orion M ^ T t ^ at „ e . coffee urn and | view, Wash, on Sunday.
plan and in sequence. His desk
Mrs. Lois
Varley
served the
is strangely free o f papers while
Mrs. Don Thomas and
children Coop o f Independence, Missouri
punch. A ll three are aunts c f the
his office walls— lined with doe-
drove up to Woodland, Wash.and
j bride.
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Lauderback
en s o f p la q u e s , s c r o lls and
up Lewis River to Swift dam.They
Another aunt of the bride, Mrs. and son visited Mrs. Lillian Lau­
awards— bear testimony to a life
have been up to see the dam 3
Faye Foust, assisted in the serv­ derback and Mr. and Mrs Ford
o f accomplishment.
times during its construction.
ing.
Sarnoff is a legend to his owe
Darrow over the weekend. The
This Friday night
is Social TB CH RISTM AS SE ALS
Marilou Foust, cousin o f
the Lauderbacks liv e in Boise, Id­
employees. A relentless worker,
night at the Springwater Grange.
H A V E B EE N SENT O UT j bride, was in charge of the guest aho, where he is an
he drives himself every hour of
insurance
There w ill be a pot luck supper
book. L arry Sager
and
Carol adjuster for General Motors.
the day but is no gladhander or
worked
at 6:30.
Program and fareweu I Many helping hands
Foust were in charge o f gifts.
hobnobber. His lines o f commu­
party fo r Mr. and
Mrs. James long hours to assemble
the 25
nication are formal and precise,
A fte r Nov. 28 the young couple
Joe Barr took his daughters,
thousand Christmas seal letters
Martin w ill follow at 8.
a ch ievin g the desired control
will be at home in Fort
Lewis, Eileen and Kathie, and
Susan
that went sent to the people
of
Friday
night
the
Oregon
City
through top echelon executives
Wash., where the bridegroom is Kiggins and Eileen Marek
to
Kivvanis had a dinner at Spring- Clackamas county this week by
serving with the US army.
Man without hobbies
Gresham on a skating party last
water Grange hall for the farm the Tuberculosis and Health As-
He has no hobbies, plays no j
Mrs. Santo attended
Estacada Saturday evening.
ers of this area.They had the Exc. sociation.
golf, no games. He returns many ■
Club cook the dinner and invite
For 32 communities— from Bar-
times after a full day at his of- 1
flee to his 24-room house in Man- j the farmers. Some Estacada Ki- low to Zizzag— the letters were
wanis
present.
stufed by hands of all ages.Some
hattan to work there until mid­
F all wardrobes for boys and girls are positively prismatic. FI
S u n i^ y .vir. and Mrs Gene Sul- were done by Camp Fire Girls,
night.
g plaids, vivid monotones, riotous prints— the fa ll fabrics f
ing
students the Shakespearian picture of the schoolboy "creeping like a si
livan attended the reception for others by high school
In his home, he has 20 con­
Rev. and Mrs. Chas. Helms, the and many were done by members u n w illin n i | ly , to
cealed radio and T V receivers
new Estacada Baptist Church min­ of the Woman’s club and
other school.” He will
which he clicks on for classical
groups. A ll workers were interest­ seem propelled by
ister.
music, forums, news and sports.
ed in giving community service to the very colorful­
In 1917, he married Lizette
the TB association’s annual sale ness of his cos­
Hermant and they have three
sons. His eldest, Robert, is NBC
of Christmas saals
to finance tume!
B a s ic to th e
president.
next year’s educational program bright colors in all
Sarnoff’s peek into the future
against tuberculosis and
other the many sturdy
is jaunty. He sees not only nui»
diseases.
school-wear fab­
berless inventions, but an end to
As they assembled the letters rics is washabili-
wars. He is convinced that op
LaFaye Fouts
the volunteers talked to the mer­ ty. Hang-tags at­
port uni ties for Am erica’s youtk
ry little children shown on
the test to washing
72 attended the
Viola Com­
ease and, in many
are greater than ever before.
seal— the boy in the green
cap cases, to the mere
munity Sunday School services
“ A ll the accomplishments of
and jacket and the girl in the red touch-up ironing
last Sunday. Danny Fouts won 1st
the past 60 years are going to be
cap and coat— sending Christmas that the garments
place for having the most guests
eclipsed by the next 10,” he pre­
Greetings to all
people every- need. For contin­
dicts. “ W e’re still pioneering in
in the Sunday School attendance
where.The chalk and blackboard ued color-bright­
the dawn o f the Radio and Elec­
drive.
Mrs. Bessie Cunningham
as tools of teaching and learning ness and utmost
tronic Age.”
won 2nd place.
are symbols o f the TB
associa- cleanliness, Lever
s c ie n t is t s ha v e
•vy-
the hermon fo r the church service tl° n .S ^J?lpalgn ,0 learn the ia ts created a heavy­
about TB.
duty liquid wash­
morning and evening. He w ill be
In the Christmas seal
letter day aid with high
conducting old time Revival for
Mrs. J. Edward Blinkhom, presi­ detergency as well
the coming week.
Both Mr. and
dent, stresses one of
the Jocal as inbuilt bright-
Mrs Bucher have crossed the Un­
facts when she writes o f the
21 eners that k e e p ___
ited States 65 times
and spent
colors sharp and clear.
Clackamas county neighbors who
sometime in Isreal 2 years
ago.
Because this liquid detergent, Wisk, is in concentrated form a
were attacked by the germ last small quantity is sufficient to produce suds In Just the right abun­
His sermons are most enjoyable.
year. These people were new cas­ dance to release soil and without ever leaving a residue of undis­
Everyone is urged to attend.
es reported fo r the first time— solved powder to d in g to the wash.
Viola Extension Unit met last
Althoui ’
they never before had had TB.
Tuesday at the Community hall.
Five of the first of these 21 per­ able
Mrs. Vida Peck and Mrs. Jean II-
Being
______
__ _ ________ _____
sons, recording to the annual re­
lig gave the lesson
on
block
ists to see the children walking along highways and so avoid pos­
port enclosed
with
the
letter
...
r
sible tragedies.
nageuies. This
m is is a tnougnt
thought to Dear
bear in mind when selecting
selectini
printing. Next month the Christ­
mas party will be held Dec 19 on were discovered through x-rays new winter coats. Fortunately, these too are being shown in vivid
far colors and in Wisk-washable fabrics and often trimmed with equally
a Friday instead
of
Tuesday. in moderately advanced or
advanced stages o f disease— dif­ fcydsable orlon “ fur.”
There w ill be a g ift excahnge of
ficult to cure, or no cure. Some
gifts not over 50c
were discovered too late
Viola Community Club memb­
TB is still a serious problem,
ers are holding a pot luck supper
Mrs. Blinkhorn states, fo r one out
Saturday night at 6 PM to com­
o f every three persons has
live
memorate the now paint job
on
TB germs in his body— which
the Community hall. Everyone in
means 300,000 Oregonians are in­
the community is invited. Come
fected and it is estimated
6,000
and join the fun.
will develop active
TB within
Mrs. Vern R iedel’s sister and
their lifetime.
her husband. Mr. and Mrs Laurie
Mrs. Blinkhorn asks that con­
Knudson o f Roseburg spent Sun­
tributions to the
campaign be
day with the Riedels
sent to the a"sociati''ns’s new of­
Mrs. John Cunningham visited
fice in the McIntyre building,6th
last week in Portland with
her
and Main streets, Oregon City.
son and family, the John Cunning­
hams.
__T ry a Classified A d v. in the
low . Just phone us or .b rin g
w ill get results and the cost is
or m ail your ad. In.
ipringw atet
Estacada Laçais
Sarviof f — A m erica's
No. I M iracle M a k e r
Men Who Make America Great
His parents were
immigrants
By LOUIS JAMES
Some men’s careers can be
aptly described as “ successful” ;
others may be tagged “ brilliant” .
But the career of Brigadier Gen­
eral David Sarnoff, Chairman of
the Board of the Radio Corpora­
tion o f America, can hardly be
given any other word than "in-
I credible” .
1 Sit at his desk and hear him
discuss 5000-mile-an-hour jets,
1 atomic-driven autos, solar energy
| for household tasks, world-wide
televisio n in color, television
phones — and he sounds like a
man who has been reading too
much science fiction.
But i f you know Sarnoff’s
background, you won’t question
his view of the future. The man
who promises all this is a man
whose record of predictions is so
good scientists no longer doubt
i — they simply nod and wait.
Started as messenger
To the General, these miracles
are commonplace. His own ca-
, reer, from messenger boy to head
i of the billion-dollar-a-year RCA,
world's biggest single communi-
, cations system, is something of
a miracle in itself.
, The son o f desperately poor
Russian im m igran ts, S a rn o ff
first hit national headlines in
1912 when fo r three days and
nights he was the on ly te le ­
graphic link between the world
and survivors of the sinking S.S.
Titanic. President T a ft ordered
all stations oif the air while the
! 21-year-old te le g ra p h e r sat
glued to his post fo r 72 hours.
Then came his close associa­
tion with Marconi, the inventor
i of wireless, his advocacy o f the
first mass-produced "radio music
bqx” which not orfly made RCA
into an industrial giant, but rev­
olutionized American communi­
cation and entertainment.
In 1922, when some moaned
thnt radio would kill the phono-
irraph, Sarnoff scoffed and pre­
dicted they would “ live under
BRIG. GEN. DAVID SARNOFF
one roof” in a single cabinet.
In 1924, he predicted auto
radios and battery-less radios
plugged into electric sockets; la­
ter, radio controlled tanks.
Not an inventor
Sarnoff, himself, is not an in­
ventor. He is a man with an un­
canny g ift fo r visualizing an
invention and then driving his
technical staff relentlessly to­
ward its fulfillment.
His peculiar skill lies in the
combination of technical knowl­
edge with business acumen. He
is as avid a reader o f tech­
nical publications as o f the W.all
Street Journal and business mag­
azines.
As e a r ly as 1923, S a r n o ff
prophesied home T V . Sixteen
years later, he demonstrated it
to the public for the first time at
the New York W orld’s Fair. To­
day, he almost singlehandedly is
pushing color T V into mass use
and acceptance.
In 1944, Sarnoff went overseas
and served-as Special Consultant
on Communications under Gen­
eral Eisenhower emerging with
the rank o f Brigadier General.
Heads huge empire
Today, he oversees an empire
o f staggering diversity. There is
the National Brpadcasting Com-
School Fashion Note —Colon
Viola Happenings
Do You Need
iViiiting
“Poster Boy” Meets Past President
WF_ DO
WE'LL DO OUR LiEST TO PLEASE YOU—
(If
you aren't TOO particular!)
CLAC KA MA S COUNT Y NEWS
LUM BER T R A D IN G A T S N A IL
Eagle Creek
[
By Margaret Ross
Maye (Mrs Doug) Gloninger,
with her small twins
and her
daughter Barbara Plumlee, after
spending the past 3 months here
at the home of her motherin law,
Florence Cloninger, departed by
train on Monday fo r Soledad.Cal.
to rejoin her husband and other
two children.
Mrs. Mabel Paine has returned
to her home in Cathlamet after
visiting here fo r a
few weeks
with her daughter Ruth
(Mrs.
Em ber)W ilson and
son
Bob
Paine and their respective fam­
ilies. Mr. and Mrs. Wilson
took
her home last Saturday.
Nancy W h isler last
Friday
accompanied Lee Proctor to the
PAC E L A S T W E E K
Lumber trading
this
week
slowed to a snail’s pace accord­
| ing to Crow’s
Lumber Market
News Service. This was partially
due to the severe, unusually ear­
ly storms in parts o f
the na­
tion’s mid-section; but is also is
normal fo r buying
activity to
move at a reduced pace in N ov­
ember.
Dealers in many states where I
there is an inventory tax do not
want too much lumber on hand
before the end of the year, but
are showing a little interest now
in shipments to arrive after Jan.l. I
Mills, on the other hand, are not
eager to accept this
delayed
shipment business except at in­
creased prices.
Former President Hoover, board chairman o f the B oy i’ Clubs
o f America, receives first copy o t 1968 Boys’ Clubs poster from Jay
W alter "B ud" Morehouse, 8, this year’s “ poster boy.” "Bud,” a
member o f the Mt. Kiaco, N. Y. Boys’ dub, will represent haif-
million members o f the national youth organisation during 62nd
Boys’ Club week celebration this Spring. “ N ow Be Really Belongs,"
theme of poster, was chosen to emphasise the importance at the
“ feelin g of belonging" which promotes Juvenile Decency «
members of the national youth organisation's 600 dubs.
Wishing you a Happy Thanksgiving
W e will be Closed All Day Thanksgiving
Currinsville Market
Estacada Rt One