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Clackamas Count}) JìeUiS
In Its Fifty-fourth Year t)f Publication
Volume No. 54
10r Per Copy
Estacada, Oregon, Friday, Dec. 5, 1958
Meet the Bov? end Girls of the Clackamas County News Campaign for Christmas Bikes & Cash News Subscription Campaign Swings
Into Hirls Gear This Coming VVeek
Candidates in the Ciackamas
Co. News subscription campaign
have shown such interest in the
extra cash prize which was offer-
i ed last week that a second cash
prize was announced today by B.
j L. Denton, campaign manager.
; The new $10 cash award will go
to the candidate in either district
who turns in the most points on
subscriptions— either new or rt-
1 newal— from now until the cam
paign closes at 6 p.m. Saturday,
Billy Si mom ns
Candidates and subscribers are
urged to read the advertisement
on page 6 to be sure all details of
this offer are clear.
prize is in addition to the bicycles
and cash awards listed earlier in
Interest in the campaign mount
ed rapidly this week as parents
and subscribers from the various
neighborhoods and communities
got behind their candidates
help them win the best prizes and
Increasing numbers of subscri
bers are calling at the office and
paying their subscriptions to the
credit of their favorite worker.
Workers receive full credit for
brought to the office. Subscribers
are urged to name their choice ot
workers when the payment
Pictures of the
each appear on this
these will set the pace for the fi-
; nal week of enthusiasm among
the boys and girls.
Listed below, in alphabetical order by district,
THREE LYNX PTA HEAR
are the first vote standings in the Clackamas County
ABOUT JORDAN ARABS
News subscription campaign.
The Three Lynx PTA was in
troduced to the Arabs of Amau
The worker m each district finishing the camp
Jordan by Wyde Walker at
with most votes in his own group will receive
meeting Nov. 20th.
The Upper Clackamas River Chamber of Com monthly
Mrs. Edward W. (Emily
A.) a $69.95 Schwinn bike or $60 in cash. Next two
Meeting called to
Mr. Walker who lived in Aman
merce decided to continue its Christmas decoration for 2 years while employed by the Cub Master Mr. Jones, followed Ficken, 75, late of Estacada Rt.2, highest in either district will receive $59.95 Schw-
died Saturday in an Oregon City
program at its Monday meeting. This year there j u -.s - government, gave an inform- by pledge to the flag.
Mr. Jones stated we were part hospital.
mn bike or $50 cash and $52.95 Schwinn bike or
will be no prize for commercial lighting. Residents
area ot Deceased was born Nov. 27,1883 $40 in cash.
will be eligible for First Prize $1 5.00 ; Second will sity of our being well informed Gresham now instead of Clacka- at Oakland ,Cailf. and had lived
New and renewal subscription orders give votes
We will have to in Estacada erea for the last 20
be 10.00 and Third Prize 5.00. No winner of the “ bout affairs in the Middle East change our insignia. Cubs will be years. She was a member of the
toward winning. Subscribers are urged to look this
year preceding will be eligible for this year s prize. one might think, it takes about assessed 10c per week plus $2.50 Harding Grange,
Survivors include her widower list over, and get in touch with their favorite worker
A ll folks wishing to participate please send a card the same time, two days, to go fee per year, out of the $2.50
they will receive ‘ Boys’ Life.’
Edward W; a stepdaughter. Mrs. or pay their subscription at the N E W S office for
to P O R n v
F .s d n iw ln A ll r W r n m t in n e a n n a r from Portland to Aman by plane
Cubs are to notify Den Moth- Ethel Osborn, Estacada; two bro-
. ; A • , • ’ ^ s u c a “ a-
corations a p p a i-ias it takes t0 g0 from PortIand
ers of all awards they have been thers Thomas Jubb and Clarence I ^
| * '-h 'H C e. C a m p a i g n w i l l e n d a t
ent to the judging committee will be considered but to Chicago by train,
awarded so all records can
be Jubb, both of Estacada; two sis-j u P -m - S a t u r d a y , D e c e m b e r 1 3 . P h o n e n u m b e r s a r e
your postcard is necessaiy in case you might be
Th<! talk- titrated by coior-
brought up to date.
ters, Mrs. Florence Ficken, Esta- l is t e d b y e a c h n a m e f o r c o n v e n i e n c e o f s u b s c r i b e r •
missed, so don’t let it happen.
iuUa^fng“ ' t e t r i s c™n- Awards were presented as fol- cada; and Anita Trimpler, The
Dalles; and two other stepdaugh- W h o m a y w ls .h t o C a li o n e o f t h e w o r k e r s .
A committee of three, Harry Osbourne, L. J . 1 dar thus far.
Danny Fouts— 1 Gold Arrow— 1 ters.
District One (Estacada City)
Anderson and Larry Godsey were appointed to
Prior to Mr. walker s address
Silver Arrow— 2 year Service I Funeral services were held at Maxine Davis CR 9-3770
18,000 Cliff Kniskern CR 9 3790
1:30 PM Tuesday at the Clayville Don Dobbins CR 9-3214 . 10,000 Mike Williams CR 9-3207
meet fth H Klv\ anis C lub committee in prepBrnt- ter a salute to the flag and some
ion for dedicating the North Fork dam.
Mrs. Clyde Barnes,
pres., conducted the meeting.Min
TO CELEBRATE THEIR
and 2 Yr. Service Star
Harding Grange participated.
D ^trct Two (Outside Estacad City)
utes were read and approved by
GOLDEN WEDDING DEC. 7TH Mrs. Worthington and the report
— W olf
Bill Abbott - Route 2, City CR 93884
Mrs. Joe Michol of of the returns on the ham dinner
Badge— 1 Golden Arrow
Mrs. Hugh Hughes
I)„,,hrens ‘ Koute b C ity- CR 9-6191
Portland win celebrate their Gol- heId in October were given
bv Martin Gentemann— W olf Badge
den Wedding Annivereary Sun- Mrs E Jones plans were made
and 1 Golden Arrow
Walter Sagner P(;ter Guldenxopf - Route 1, Eagle Creek • CR 9 6386
day, December 7th at Millard Av- fnr caro]ing in December and a Brad Brown— 2 Yr. Service Star quests at
Mike Pickelseimer - Currinsville -CR 9-6060
enue Church, 5512 SE 73 Ave., clothing drive for the - Save the Mike Reed— Has mobed award " ome on Sunday,
David Riedel - Route 2, City - Redland TE 1-2358
sent— 1 Yr. Service Star
Portland from 3 to 5 m the after- children Federation’
Bilip Simmons - Dodge • CR 9-6703....................
The monthly meeting of the lo- noon. There will be a short cer- nounced. It will be conducted Kenneth McAndrew—
1 Silver • Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Maxwell of Mike Smith - Route, 2 - City CR 9 3854
Arrow and 2 Yr. Service Star Salem were dinner guests at the
cal American Legion and Auxil - 1 emony followed by a reception in |jy the sehof>l children.
iary was enjoyed Monday
by 55 | the „ church
, „ parlors.
, The December meeting
and Steven McAndrew— 1 Yr. Service home of Mr. and Mrs. Lem Jen
members at a potluck
supper. ^ Mr. and Mrs. Michols
home- Christmas program were announ-
the Memory Bookshelf by
kins on Thanksgiving.
Next pack meeting cubs must
Xmas carols were sung and color steaded in the Garfield area
in ded p sh0uld be a very special
American Legion— ‘Aku Aku’ by
slides of the Wheelhair
Parade 1918. and Mr. Michols was
em- night since the men of the con.- have one of their parents along
Hyerdahl in memory
Guests at the home of Mr‘ and
shown by Mrs. Adolph Still. M rs.1 ployed by the LaDee Lumber Co. m unjty are taking over. It will be in nrder to attend.
Kiggins and ‘American Aces’ by
theme Mrs. Bob Harmon Thanksgiving
— g i of den’s
Still explained the
wiheelchair j and the Forest Service until they December
11 at 8 P.
Sims in memory of Wm. Reimers
The Estacada Library Associa- ; The next Book Forum will be
parade program and invited the I moved to Portland in 1936. They i * "xhe Three" Lynx PTA wishes to Project ‘-See it and do it”
were Mrs. Harmon’s mother,Mrs.
Post and Unit to attend the Open ; presently reside at 9007 SE 82nd f express special thanks to Mr and Den 1— Visited local theatre,con- Gredvig of Portland and Mr.and tion Executive Board met Satui- held Dec. 13 at 3 P.M. The dis-
House at the Veterans Hospital | Ave., Portland.
1 Mrs Rynnint, and Mr and Mrs structed small model o f theatre. | Mrs. Ralph Milleson and 4 child- j day, Nov. 29. It was attended by cussion of biographies will
Dec.7 between hours o f 1 to 4
Their many firends in this ar- Dave Homer for coming up the Den 2— Visited Kammayer seed ren from Seattle Corrinc^was also j Mrs. S; S. Dunlop, JVfrs. Allyn continued. Anyone interested is
PM to view the Gift Shop and get | ea are invited to attend their an- river to the ham dinner held in cleaning plant ‘-told
seed home for the holidays. She is at- Price, Mrs. Chester Dayton and welcome. Anyone who would like
acquainted with the patients
in niversary celebration.
Assistants | Mrs. J. W. Saunders.The consti- to learn more about the book for
patronage was ri^ n m g.
tution and by laws are being brot urn can call Mrs. S. S. Dunlop.
certainly appreciated and their Hen 3 - Visited Mayflower dairy School at Seattle.
| up to date. The book sale is offic
Child Welfare Chairman is as- *)
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presence added much to the en- Products plant, showed pictures
ially over but books will still be
they had drawn o f operation of
sisting a burned out family and D O M H c I 1 0 W 6 I I
joyable time had by all.
Kiwanis Annual Xmas
avaiable at the Broadway Theat-
also secured work for a
|re, the News office,
Benefit Pancake Feed
Den 4------ Visited Eagle
Needs little girls shoes six 11 1-2 R a f l s a l (j| | A 0 n
Food Lockers and Library.Money Grade School
and size 2 l-2.Community Service ■ ' • H l v l H U C v l l
Fish Hatchery, presented skit of
which came from sale of
reported one bed and one Wheel- \ Bethel No. 54 of the Estacada
fishing and hatchery operation.
to 3 pm
will be used to
Cub Master Jones Introduced
\ Order met Monday night in the
I Bob Cody new instituional rep.
Members working on the Blood- Masonic hall with guest
Grand | f .
. /I j ,- .,,
Now playing at the Broadway
®ro in bod shape.
replacing Bill Bruguier who is Theatre an exciting western film-1 The office of corresponding se
nubile were Mrs. Geo. Armstrong, Guardian lone Goodnough of Eu- /T O T G v l l O n i P
Mrs. F. E. Dooley, Mrs. Frank; gene holding inspection.
Intro- i J h Woodcock 1*55 noundwr moving.
ed in Cinemascope and technicol- cretary has been created.
Mrs. | __Try a Classified Adv. in the
Marshall, Mrs. Larry Meade, Mrs. ductions of Mrs. Goodnough;Past
Review of next months
theme or “GUNMAN’S WALK”stars Van Ea1-1 Eckersley was appointed to ,„w
Jnst ph0ne ns or .bring
Mrs. Ray G ot - Honor Queen, Linda Marchbank:
j K n
c™;*», an.i ‘•Golden Rule”
Heflin as the violent, picturesque this fr" lce, ,
, , , , ¡will get results and the cost Is
don and Mrs. James Lamb. M i» Grand
Bethel Chaplain. Karen,
Next meeting date Dec. 23 at the cattleman with his two sons, one | Two books have been added to Qr mal| yoar ad. in.
Carol Stevens and Miss Mazylen Potter; and guests
Past Grand 2 hard fou* ht deC1Slon OVer U r ’ school gym.
like himself, the other played by ---------------------------------— -------------- -----------------—--------------------------------
ry Snyder to win the state 165-lb.
refresh James Durren is a mild mannered
, _ . _
, AAU Novice Championship.
desk from the High School.
ments served by Den 4.
Portland and Past Grand Guard-
L. R. Brown, Rec. Ser.
re- lan, Mrs. Crowley of Lake View, jab
. , which
„.vu-h rocked >
the other two. A real
ported sending gifts amounting to were made. Jo Anne Marchbank,
thriller, full of surprises.
\ many times. With a little more
$38.25 to Roseburg hospital and Jane Little and Donvema Barry I, •
Second feature is a masterpiece
gifts amounting to $70
to the were initiated into the Order.
of suspense with Richard Todd,
They also had election of offi-
and _ Herbert
Zone 5, Oregon School
_ _______ _
Mrs. Don Showerman reported cers with Bonnie Howell
that rummage sale netted $82.80 elected Honor Queen;
Senior b y thc.tournamettts drarpest
a and will be held at the Estacada When a brother* who has been
Norm Schnitzer of Boring Route 2, Box 197 or
for the Restricted fund.
Princess, Tonya Haugen; Junior
dead for 12
The annual Xmas dinner and P rin ce Judy Smith Gnide, Ka-
’ « » « T »
K , intohts S S ? h<^e-h^ I Henry Gibson of Boring Route 1 Box 20 did not find
? ^ P0*|W and mar8ha11'
mi « J S E Z S X Z ' to
can be nothing but an importer
in th e T a y lo r Hiwav Market and Estacad
_____ ______„ _____ V.
make a fight out of it « t couldn’t
Paul Eaton is in the hoepltal Even the police can not find proof
. VVo th o ro fo rP Hiscontini
and nuts will be presented the
The next meeting will be Dec- këëp up with toe terrific pace set in PortUnd in a critical condition that he is’ not what he claims to Motor Co. ads last week. W e therefore discontini
small fry. The Juniors will decor- ember 15 when they will
have bp Mabee. Ralph is a firm be-1
j be. He even has the same finger- the ‘“ Find the Error” contest (for this year) an .
ate the tree.
their Christmas party and
liever that fighting for real la a
Mr ami M
0 , 1 ^ 1 , «Uuehter I Prints A picture that makes my- the money accumulated ($100 with this week) is
Members of the Unit will wont change gifts.
« ' . " , ' Ä
Y“ ” -
in the Gift shop wrapping room decorated sheet cakes, coffee and lot
. easier than
u .. of the V spar-
nimi i » " “ s ' “ » “"
designated to be used as a Christmas award for the
Dec. 11— Mrs. Geo. Armstrong, punch as served in
the dining T_f , n 11 , ,
Rob R ussell and son Larry and
s u ’rts Sunday through Tuesday, people doing their Christmas shopping in Estacada.
Mrs. Don room by Bonnie Howell. Karen
Thursday, Dec. 11, our advertiser, will
Showerman, Mrs. Larry Meade, Potter and Tony« Haugen. Favors
Trainer Fred u^Vaiiv
Mrs. Frank Marshall and Mrs S. l0f Sants Claus heads were made
one ticket for each $2.50 purchase or
many complimenta on the show-
E. Lawrence. Mrs Adolph Still bp Karen Potter,
ing of his fighter. McNally now gene Gaines and
($5.00 purchase 2 tickets, $7.50
and Mrs. Harry Hickman, volun-
has three fighters, all three cha- Dale Russell of Estacada.
teers will work in the gift shop
ardEgan !md May B r i? w ith the purchase 3 tickets). These ticket, will be given on
the full week. Next meeting Jan t h e ^ K r i l e r h ^ T w S T M ^ ™Pions in their weight division.
locale in battle torn Korea
the your purchases until 3 :0 0 p.m., Dec. 20, at which
All these are expected to fight
5th at 6:30 PM.
Keller’s uncle, George Spees of
An announcement was received flying and battle action keeps this time they will be collected. At 4 :3 0 p.m. of Dec. 20,
Dec. 6th in Portland.
Redland and Barbara Keller.who
by Mrs Floyd Day of the birth of film moving fast with interesting
was home for the holidays from
a habv hov to Mr. and Mrs. Bern- bits of humor.
Actual scenes a drawing will be conducted at a place to be desig
Moutain Chapter No. 108 OES MarylhursC Mrs Claremont rail-
Woods snent if McMahon of Salina. Kansas, from the Korean countryside,
nated, and who can answer the number called will
will have a stated meeting Tues- ert of Brookings. Ore. and
Mr and Mrs_ Dan ^
graduate of the Esta-
Next Wednesday— Clint *Chey-
receive the $100.00. More details will probably be
day. Dec. 9mt 8 PM There will be and Mrs. Wm Gran* of Oregon
cadT Union High School and
is enne Walker in “FORT DOBBS” . ■
a ^ r J ^ h ^ X ^ i S .117 2 5 X
0,1 1 S
p w I
" P orln d
now a pilot inlhe US Air Foree plus Authony Quinn in "ATTILA” available for next week
Chamber of Commerce Sets Yuletide
Decorating Awards; Al! Eligible
Last Rites for
Mrs. Ed. Ficken
Active in Local
Local Kids Rate
Action Films at
"Find the Error" $ 1 0 0 to be Given on
Sat., before Christmas to lucky patron
of Estacada Business; Errors End