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Clatfeamaá Count? Jîetos
In Its Fifty-fourth Year of Publication
Volume No. 54
Estacada, Oregon, Friday, Dec. 12, 1958
'News7 Subscription Campaign Ending Former Estacada
This Saturday; Prizes, Cash Awarded
County School Unification Method
Explained In Detail by Committee
10c Per Copy
$3. 00 Per *i\ ur
Business Houses to Start Giving Tickets
Thursday for $ 2 0 0 Christmas Prize
Joseph C.Gredvig and Norman
The Clackamas County
Com- scriptions o the boundaries of the
The business men of Estacada Dr. Paul Slominski, D.D.S.
check the total number of
whose names appear in this art Howard Swith Real Estate
scriptions their candidates have R. Boucher were killed Thursday mittee for the Reorganization of newly proposed districts.
High icle are giving tickets on a $100 Taylor's Hi-Way Market
turned in up to Wednesday, to be afternoon of last week at a Port Schools was elected at a cointy
fire convention held at Eastham Ele- School District No. 6 area shown Christmas prize to be awarded in We should also include our out
sure their count is in accord with land shipyard when a fash
mentary School Oct. 3, 1957.The with a heavy border line and in downtown Estacada at 4:30 p.m. side advertisers who have also
reached the almost completed Navy landing committee consists of nine mem eluding elementary districts Nos. Dec. 20. You will receive tick shared in helping us accumulate
ets on each $2.50 purchase or the $100 during the year.
bers and five alternates, serving 17, 93, 89, 108, 116 and 123
"anybody's race” stage this week
The Estacada Unified District multiple thereof. The maximum
without compensation. The mem
We appreciate the fine spirit of
as some of the workers who were sidents of this area.
Mr. Gredvig is survived by his bers are : Dr. A. K Child, Canby; with the following component ar- amount of award on any purchase cooperation from the following
low in their first vote standings
is $100 or 40 tickets. These tick- business people who have joined
edged their way toward the top wife Mrytle; two daughters,Fran Milton Fox, Brightwood;
and are giving the leaders a real ces and Rebecca; his mother,Mrs. Wievesitk, West Linn; S. B. Pow- Elementary District No. 17, Eagle ets will be deposited with the in the Christmas Shopping in
I place of business to be turned Estacada campaign. Tickets are
run for high spots in the drive. As Gertrude Gredvig; sisters, Hazel ers, Molalla; George Coveil, Jr., [ Creek
Dorothy Milwaukie; Lloyd Ewalt, Estaca- Elementary District No. 88,Porter over to the Clackamas County being supplied through the help
busy as the candidates are these Harmon of Estacada,
last few days it is going to be Ponci and Florence HanIon;bro- da; John Emery, Oswego; Nor- Elementary District No. 99, Bar News for the award drawing at of the Upper Clackamas River
man Palmgren, Colton; and Dale
4:30 p.m., Dec. 20, somewhere Chamber of Commerce from last
easy for some of them to overlook thers, Wallace and James.
some of the people
who have ■ Funeral services were held on Jacobs, Oregon City. The alter- Elementary District No. 108, Es- on Broadway. Special arrange year's supply and the Clackamas
Tuesday, at 1 P.M. at the chapel nates are E. R. Bonney, Redlana;
ments have been made for organ County News.
Anyone who has promised his of the Mt. Scott Funeral Home, Wayne LaFjrge, Carus; Maurice Elementary District No. 116,Red music and a public address syts Campanula's Market
land, not including that port cm with the Estacada Electric Estacada Electric
payment to one of the candidates with interment in Lincoln Mem Buxton, Mol •ilia; Joseph Vaeretti,
ion lying in section
30, R4E, and the Lowrey organ represent Estacada Feed and Seed
Sandy and Kenneth Coats, Colton.
or who plans to subscribe from orial Park.
Mr. Boucher is survived by his
ative, Bert Clough.
Estacada Food Center
The County School Supt. serves
one of the workers, may mail or
The $100 award has been made Estacada Lockers
as secretary of the
bring his payment to the News
possible by the cooperation of the Estacada Tel and Tel. Co.
without vote. Mrs. Albert Stout
office before 6 P.M. this Satur
The committee made little ef tegular advertisers in the ‘News’. Gray's Hardware
day and have the votes credited parents, Mr. and Mrs. Emile Bou is recordin g secretary aud War
cher; brothers, Paul and Euclid. ren S. Adams, assistant
Kiggin’s Chevron Service
County fort to straigten out the irregu These advertisers are:
to his favorite worker. The News
Requiem .mas was offered at School Supt., represents
Mt. Hood Cleaners
L. G. lar boundaries that exist between Broadway Theatre
office will be open
unified districts Dr. Lionel Burton
payments all day Saturday until Our Lady of Sorrows Church in Rood as secretary of the group, j the proposed
Portland at 9:30 A.M. Tuesday, Dr. Guild was elected chairman since the committee’s major pro- Currinsville Market
I’rokop’s Radio-TV Service
the 6 P.M. deadline.
Interment was at the and Dale Jacobs was elected vice- posal is that of unification of ex Don Day
Ray’s Shell Service
The $10 cash prizes
Willamette National Cemetery.
I isting union high school districts. First State Rank of Milwaukie
Sagner’s Richfield Service
awarded with the bicycles Satur
The committee is composed of the placement of non-high school George S. Hara, M. D.
Parents of the candidates are day night. Checks for the other
Tommy May Coffee Shop
one representative from each of areas in unified districts, provid Horner’s Market
urged to come into the
office workers will not be in the
mail STORK SHOWER FOR
Lem Jenkins Union Oil Consign.
ing contiguity for non-contiguous C. Jones Jeweler
Friday or Saturday morning to later than next Monday.
MRS. STANLEY DMYTRYK the union high school areas and areas and the placement of joint Len's Rigging Shop
Valberg Lumber Yards Inc.
A stork shower honoring Mrs. one representative from each, of districts in unified districts.
Miller Chevrolet Service
Tickets are available only at
D is t r ic t O n e ( E s t a c a d a C it y )
; Stanley Dmytryk was given
by the unfied districts. This gives
the firms who have mentioned it
Although the committee recog AUyn M. Price, M.D.
Mrs. Harold Shoemaker and Mrs.
Maxine Davis CR 9-3771 A
I c liff Kniskern CR 9-3790
'in their ads in this paper.
nizes the existenc of many irregu Dr. Chester Rasmussen
Jack Ledgerwood at the
Shoe sentative committee.
Don Dobbins CR 9-3214
Mike Williams CR 9-326
lar boundary lines.it is felt that
maker home on Nov. 30.
Eddie Groce CR 9-3749
; Ray Varner CR 9-3241
The Reorganization Act states changes should come after major
Show to repeat two and one-half
Don Hanks CR 9-3776
present were Mrs. Edward Dym-
times closing at 4 P.M. This Sat
!tryk, Mrs. Jack Watson,
Miss that “The school board members through boundary changes effect
urday’s show is ‘Black Eagle’ plus
Don in each school district in
D 's t r c t T w o (O u t s id e E s ta c a d a C ity )
ed under existing law or by new
c comedy and two cartoons and
[ Burgner, Miss Ann Harbert and county shall act in an advisory legislation.
Bill Abbott - Route 2, City CR 93884 .............. ..........
a serial ‘Captain Video’
! Mrs. Don Looney. Other friends capacity to the committee until
Gary Dahrens - Route 1, City • CR 9-6191 .... ............
all of their school district is in
Ethel Jane Garner Viola - Redlands TE 1-2385 ....
cluded within an administrative Concerning
I been no report on the lost Martin
Peter Guldenzopf - Route 1, Eagle Creek • CR 9-6386
The location of schools
| family. Our readers are urged to
Mike Pickelseimer - Currinsville -CR 9-6060 ........................
In order to make use of
this Utilization of existing buildings keep their eyes open for any
David Riedel - Route 2, City - Redland TE 1-2358 ..............
provision of the Act and
gain Construction of new buildings
Bilip Simmons - Dodge - CR 9-6703........ ...................................
opinions, the commitee decided in t iacxamas county irom luoi-a ,
Mike Smith - Route, 2 - City CR 9 3854 ................................
to gather pertinent data
about to 1958-9 would indicate that (1)
skidmarks where a car could
the existing (48) school districts all existing school buildings wMl
into a canyon, lake
A three inch sapling
(now reduced to 45 by consolida- be needed in the near future and
blamed for the death of Charles
and hold a meeting with that 38 or more classrooms will t ^
, to S
Edward Ballou, Route 2, Sandy,
a well tions)
board me/nbers o each of the un- be needed in addition to existing 1 a[ d A, l ua J^ong the | “k^_above when it snapped back and
known resident of Estacada dist
rict for many years and a county ion high school districts of whlcn ‘ facilities for this present school car or truck skidded in there him on the head last Saturday
afternoon. He was employed as
commissoiner at one time,
and there are five (5) in the county year
In view of the large enrollment woold be very little trace and a chocker setter by the Winter
The Estacada City Council held
who has and one meeting with the
The Water Comm., through the Mrs. Edith Williams,
increases each year the commit
and Bouray Logging Co.
their regular monthly meeting on City Attroney, John C. Caldwell, lived in the Sandy
community bined boards of the unfied dis
tee has not concerned itself with
His mother, Mrs.
Thursday, Dec. 4. Two bids were called attention of the State San for years and a nurse at
the tricts of which there are four (4)
the elimination of
Gena Ballou, is'a resident of the
received for comprehensive gen itation Engineers to the contin Sandy Rest Home where she met in the county,
This was done.
Several ap buildings since it is obvious they
He is also sur
eral liability insurance, one from ued turbidity o f the Clackamas Barney, were married at
will all be used and new ones con
vived by his wife, Effie A; a son,
L. R. (Bud) Rivers, representing River and the
that the couver, Wash, on Dec. 4th. They proaches to reorganization were
Aaron, 15, and a daughter, Re
Farmer’s Insurance Graup, and Clackamas was being heavily dis- will live at Barney’s home south considered by the committee be structed. As old buildings
gina Marie, at home; sisters,Mrs.
one from Larry Berentzen, repre turged by loose dirt other than of Estacada after the first of the fore the meetings were held. The repaced in the future, however,
Act makes it clear that if the co the new school boards may help
Now playing at the Broadway •''rn°l(l Anderson of Estacada;
senting the State Automoble
& that which was caused by the con year.
mmittee fails to carry out its res themselves and their patrons ma Theatre Cheyenne Walker in
a J?.1!?’ Walter (Ellen) Mann
The struction of the dam.
Soldier and Western titled ‘FORT’ Hillsboro, Orc.;Mrs. Joe (Myrtle)
State Automobile was the low bid past several weeks the two dis
DOBBS’ co-staring Virignia Ma-1 G redvig of Portland: Mrs. Lyle
der and received the
insurance turbances combined have caused
prepare the plan.Thc committee ticiating such replacements since yo and Brian Keith. A real thril-1 * P*S8y) Chrisinger of I orlland;
liability policy for the year end unnecessary expense to the water
attempted to anticipate what the some of the buildings are reach- ^ ler 7 from
^ start to finish. Second and
an< ■^rs- Maxon (Billie- Alf
majority of the
people might 'ng r ” i l
‘ATTILA’ j j Portland; brothers, Richard
has made arrangements for the
want, discarded the
Clifford G. Hanks, DBA Hiway Council’s Water Comm., together
of the Huns, played by k,s1 „ iiicada
„ ,, and Orín of Sherwood.
tioned county unit system
Cafe; Paul J.
Seraphine with the State Sanitation Engin
Huns I Mr.
Mr- *4a ,K1 was born on Sept.
The Student Body of the Esta
A survey male during the 1957 - 1 ____
15, 1917 at Eage Creek, Oregon,
DBA Estacada Food eer and himself, to make a survey cada Union High School is proud decided to approach their advis
e r s with
w .u . the
ine proposal that
im u each
eaen 18 school y w m d t e a t M ^ t a t ^ ^ n ^ a n d ^ s t r a c t i o r ^ w h a t ^ h ! and at the time of his death was
Center; Don L. Trail, DBA Trail’s trip to the Clackamas River and to announce the Annual Winter ers
union high school area be unified tal of 110 operating school^busc, , (,rmcd ,the S(mrf;e of Doath..At. 41 years of age.
All of his life
W. E. Dexter, DBA observe at this time the conditions Formal Dance.
This festive hol
exist in the public schools, 21 of ™
Sportsman’s Club, all received ap existing.
iday dance will be held on Mon and present unified districts re which are privately owned. A to- ¿ 'a ,'s conquered by the princess. has been spent in this area. He
attneded school at Tracy grade,
proval for renewal of their 1959
The Conncil was informed that day evening, December 22 at 8 P. main essentially the same, with
tal of 15,431 students were trans-
. ...... .. „ ___ .
OLCC liquor applications.
there has been founded a new So M. in the high school gymnasium. consideration given to non -high ported which was 62 percent of daunted toward Rome.A picture and Estacada high school.
filled with action and vitality and niarrle<> Effie Ada Tyler
Councilman Eckerslcy, Ohm. ot cial Club known as “The Work
The winter formal is sponsored and contiguous territories.
based on history.
March 28, 1942
the Fire Committee, reported that man’s Fellowship Club.” This by the Student Body for the en
Starts Sunday through Tuesday, Washington
He was a memDer
the directors of the Rural Fire organization has leased a part of a joyment of the public. Everyone
! in Clackamas County from 1956-7
Protection District had contacted building from Gladys Aikins, and is cordially invited
° ‘ ^he
to attend. tee that three major problems ex school year to the 1957-8 school the greatest racing movie
an architect to draw preliminary will use the premises for recrea Much work is being put in the an
made-THE DEVIL’S HAIRPIN’ Lhurch.
They inquired of nual dance this year and it is
plans and estimates on tne pro tion facilities.
with Cornel Wilde, the King
of j , . , i' Ju n o r ? 1 ^mees were held on
1955-6 to 1956-7 school year was Racing Drivers.
A film filled Wednesday, Dec- 10, at 2 P.M.in
posed addition to the City Hall the City Council if any permits for hoped everyone will come out and School Districts and (3) the Non
6 percent or a range of 6 percent uith'Thrilis’ th lt will” * hol'd“ vou Ithe 0hap<:| <>f tho HilIs al ( her
building for the purpose of hous such activities were necessary.The enjoy the fine orchestra and have contiguous Areas. Estacada has to
12 percent in two years. This ! wlln cnnlls tnal W1U
nold you 1 —
ing fire equipment. Chm. Ecker- Council informed them that as a a pleasant evening at the school. no problem with (1,) (2) or (3)
A special display, I ¡7 vil,lc,
hy~ Strand of
would indicate a
sley also reported that the Fire private club
including the Isetta 600 and Prinz
The Reorganization Act
out need of from 6 to 13 buses per
Miller. Interment in Cliffside
Comm, is now ready to complete should comply with the legal re
year. 39 out of the 45 districts will be on display in our lobby on Cemetery north of Sandy. Pall
specifications to cover the City quirements the same
for the preliminary plan:
of Estacada's purchase of a new such private organizations. They i
nights, provided by Walt Stone.. bearers were Bill Dyal,
Assets, Debts and Liabilities
(a) The boundaries of existing
Christensen, Al Strand. Norman
fire truck and equipment..
The informed the Council that
Section 10 of the R eorganln-
school districts and the boundar
Jake Williamson and
Council thereupon voted unanim understood these regulations and I
PROSECUTION" starring the late „ Erickson,
ies of the district or districts pro- tlon Act . states:
, Tyrone Power, Marlene D ietrich, Sylvester Amundson
ously to authorize the Fire Comm, would abide by them.
posed under the plan.
to call for bids as soon
The Chamber of Commerce,
..the P™™"0“ „ ® I and Charles Laughton. A film ;
w?1rec. un(ierI * u* >lcett
The Water Department of the
recom ORS 329.555, the
committee shall fjlled with SU9prns<1 and action
j of the Carroll Funeral Home at
committee completed printing the through Harold Norton, requested City of Estacada calls attention (b) Where necessary,
determine the value and amount
FREE MATINEE FOR KIDS I Gresham,
permission to string Christmas to the loss of water pressure
Saturday, December 13, will be
lights at certain designated places week ago. The water pumps are tion of schools, utilization of ex of al school property
Councilman Nordquist, Chm. of in the city.
banded and other indebtedness of | t|,e fjrst Saturday for the
the Sewer Comm., reported on a granted provided they clear with operated automatically and it is tion of new buildings.
all school districts affected by the j c hant sponsored Kiddie Matinees PLEASE EXCUSE ERRORS IN
(c) The transportation require comprehensive
very interesting session which he the Police Department and the
reoragnization j These are presented each
year ADVERTISEMENTS THAT MAY
new street lights the power com ments under the plan
had attended on Nov. 16 and 17, PGE Co.
plan and shall determine an equi- free for a|| children of the com APPEAR IN THIS ISSUE OF
(d) An equitable adjustment of I table adjustment of all property, munity by the local merchants THE NEWS. DUE
at a meeting of the League of Or
When all the property, assets,
debts a*ets, debts and liabilities of each and will be run
egon Cities. This meeting cov The Police Department request ectricity to the pumps.
15 consecutive CHANICAL DIFFICULTIES WE
and liabilities of each
existing such school district.”
ered many subjects of interest to ed that a suitable barricade be
weeks. Window cards listing the WERE UNABLE TO REMEDY
small cities relative to their sani installed at the dead-end portion sary that the pumps be reactivat school district wheih is affected I
BEFORE GOING TO
by the plan, determined
under; The school board of the district sponsors will appear in the win
tary facilities and sewage dispos of S. E. 2nd Ave. and Main Sts.by
ERRORS WILL BE FOUND IN
in which are located the
school dows of those sponsoring the free
al plants, their operation and fi the Methodist Church, and that a er was instructed to request the section 10 of this Act.
SOME THE ADS. THANK YOU
reasons j facilities for which the indebted- chows. The doors will be open at
The Council received dead-end street sign be erected power company to notify the city (e) A summary of the
FOR YOUR CONSIDERATION.
an 11 AM for the tyo hour showing.
much information from his
re at S. E. 2nd and Currin St.These at any time that power to the wa for each proposed reorganization ness was incurred shall levy
installations were approved.
( f ) Such other reports, records in such territory sufficient
HONOR STUDENTS AT
DENNY SARVES ON A IA
and materials as the State Board meet the interest papments and
STAR DEFENSE TEAM
LOCAL HIGH SCHOOL
of Education may require.
i retire the indebtedness, but no
Denny Sarver of Estacada, a
Honor students of Estacada Un
1 tax levy shall be necessary as
half back on the champion Will ion High School for the
The boundaries of existing dis- long as other
The regular meeting of
The Upper Clackamas River Chamber of Com
amette University football team, six weeks period are as follows: Auxiliary of the VFW
districts are made fo r the payment of the in-
Harry tricts and
was choaen as a member of the Freshmen- Donna Kitching, Roger Randall Post was held last Wed shown on the map along with de- indebtedness."
merce decided to continue its Christmas decoration
Connie nesday night, December 3.
Northwest Conference all star de Kitching, Carol Munns,
program at its Monday meeting. This year there
fense team, and also earned hon Nichols, Cecelia Paine, Sue Wes-
We are planning to work up GARDEN CLUB WILL HOLD
Wreaths, Table and Mantle Ar
orable mention on the offense terberg and Michael Williams. some entertainment to be held in
rangements, Kissing Balls, and will be no prize for commercial lighting. Residents
ANNUAL XMAS SALE
Denny is the son of Mr. Sophomores-
Karen Berentzen, January.
Watch for further
Candles. While this is a Christ will be eligible for First Prize $15.00; Second will
and Mrs. Harold Sarver and is a Robin Cody and Cheryl Weinrich. announcements and advertising The Estacada Garden Club will mas sale it is truly a Christmas
junior at Willamette.
Juniors- Gene Bomotti, Carol Bun as to date. This is to he held at hold their annual Christmas Sale show also, as the displays are so be 10.00 and Third Prize 5.00. No winner of the
nell, Marcene Eaden, Lynn Faulk. the VFW hall In Currinsville.
this coming Saturday, December beautiful.
It is worth your year preceding will be eligible for this year’s prize.
Larry Fiske and Patricia Peter
Wood like all members to re 13, in the Legion hall. The sale while to take time to look.
All folks wishing to participate please send a card
W A N TED W hite E leph son.
Seniors- Pat Mitchell.Ches- member our meetings are always starts at 9 A M and is to contin
j to P.O. Box 296, Estacada. All decorations appar-
ants or W H at H ave You ter Scott and Vic Starkovitch.
held the first Wed. nite of
the ue until 4:30 P. M.
Then talking about
pathetici ent to the judging committee will be considered but
month and please be present to Gordon is chairman and
for OES Social Club Sale
(The regular monthly meeting of help plan and give us your id George Armstrong the co-chair court scenes.
your postcard is necessary in case you might be
Jan. 9-10 Call for pick-up Marian Guild will be held Dec. 16 eas. Anyone wishing to become a man.
drops were crying because
missed, so don’t let it happen.
CR 9-3959 or CR 9-6417 at 8 P M. at St. Aloysius church. member please phone CR 9-3700
Fifteen boys and girls in the
area served by the Clackamas
County News have remained act
which ends Saturday at 6 P.M.
Candidates in the campaign are
busier than ever putting on fin
ishing touches to their work, and
getting those last subscriptions
could mean the difference
tween the bicycle they are work
ing for and the cash commission
thew will be awarded if they do
not finish among the four high
The ballot box will be placed
in the News office today (Thurs
day- and in it hangs the candid
ate's fate. AU subscriptions tur
ned in from Thursday until clos
ing night of the campaign are to
be placed in the ballot box.Judg-
es will count all votes and points
contained therein for each cand
idate. These wUl be added to the
votes earned prior to Thursday
of this week, and the
will be adjudged
Last Rites for
C. E. Ballou
City Council Has Busy Meeting; Local Wed on Dec. 4.
Administrative Problems Headache
H. S. Winter
Low City Water
V. F. W. Activities
Chamber of Commerce Sets Yuletide
Decorating Awards; All Eligible