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In Its Fifty-fourtu Year of Publication
Volume No. 54
10c Per Copy
Estacada, Oregon, Friday, Jan. 2, 1959
Make Yours a Happy and Prosperous New Year!
*• F. A. Annual
$3.¡00 Per Year
Lend Christmas Baskets
Banquet Date Set
By Phyllis Fitch
The Estacada Chapter of
; Future Farmers of Am erica held
I their annual Parent and Son ban-
i quet at the Estacada High School
I Gym December 13th.
The opening ceremony by the
I F F A officers.
Invocation by Phillip
Introduction of guests.
A delegation was sent from the
8th grade class of each school of
: this school district.
Roy Gaylord presented a short
talk about the trip he, George Su - 1
ter and Phillip Gentmann took to
the National Convention at Kan
The F F A creed was given by
Robert W eisgerber,
Dick Klinker, Vickie Haak
Chain report by Larry Hare
F a ir activities by Phillip Gcn-
The F F A band played a number
followed by a violin solo by Mr.
W ilson, the high school
The Safeway projeet
made by a Safeway representat
ive to W ayne feashum and Larry
Gary Lanning given the ,
foundation awards. They are:
F a rf Mechanics
Speaking— George Suter
Farming, Soil and W ater M an-
agement— Phillip Gentemann
aw a rd ) — Phillip Gentemann
John Sanderson presented the
achievement awards as follows
Bronze A w ard— Louie Scales
Silver Emblem A w ard — Fred
About 11 am. on Monday an ac
Kirchafer, Roy Gaylord, George cident occurred on Highway 211
Suter and Phillip Gentemann
in lower Currinsville when
Main speaker was J. B. Rodger, binder chain slipped on a load of
professor o f Agriculture Engin lum ber on a Park Lum ger
eering at OSC
truck as it went around a curve.
Eddie W hite awarded the Chap In trying to avoid the
ter Sweetheart award to Donna which was falling off, a car driv
en by Ronald H. Hare, o f route 1,
John Sanderson closed b y giv Eagle Creek went over a ten foot
the bank. L arry L. Hare, 16 a pas
mothers, F H A , Mrs. K eller and F senger in the ar suffered severe
F A advisor George Gentemann.
The car was
Estacada Chief of
Police, James Barden answered
M A JO R E L E C T R IC R A T E S
the call as county deputies were
M A Y B E IN C R E A S E D ................
at distant points and not immeni-
M ajor electric rate
company w ill increase from 10 to
15 percent if the Oregon public
a company application filed re-
U tility officials said they an-
ticipated a public hearing by the
The W ell Baby Clinic will
P U C and a delay
sought-for increase could be act
Grade School Library on Thurs
ed upon and if approved,
day, Jan. 8 from 9:30 to 11:30 a.m
In announcing the filing, Thos.
W . Delzell, P G E board chairman n o N J E N K IN S M E M B ER OF
and ohief executive officer,point- E X E C U T IV E C O U N C IL O F MT.
ed out that this was the first re -
SK I P A T R O L
quest fo r a general rate increase
j ) on Jenkins is a member of the
stocked with fishing tackle, gro
made by his company since 1949 Executive Council o f the Mt.Hood
ceries, picnic supplies,
when P G E was granted the only ski Patrol. The Council met re-
tions and pakaged beverages.Ol-
The U p p e r
Clackamas River general rate increase in its 69 yr. cently at the U . S. Forest Service
sen announced his
office in Portland with the
will open coincident with the be
“ It goes without saying
that ional Architect and the Regional
ginning of the
season Lighting Contest was ju dged Mon
costs have increased substantial Forester to discuss the matter of
Ernest Rynning. They hope they ly a ll along the line since then,” building a First A id building
N o w nearing completion P G E ’s
missed no one.
Glen and Clara he added ‘including the cost o f Government Camp.
Promontory park w ill be an ex
new money which has been a ma house first aid
tensively equipped, 16 acre
$15.00; F red and Rose Bartholo jo r factor in this period o f
ex there would be
creational area on the shore of
mew, second fo r $15.00 an How- pansion.
room fo r doctors fo r minor su rg
the 4 mile long N orth Fork res
ar and M argaret W esterberg
■The continued inflation o f wa- ery.
They would also
ervoir. Less than an hour’s drive
Dodge third fo r $5.00.
ges and material prices long ago ! equipment fo r use in mountain re
' from Portland and expected to be
highly popular, the park w ill in-
us" al bea^ would have necessitated an elec- scue and there would be sleeping
Dezell said, quarters fo r ski patrolmen. The
elude facilities fo r picnicking,ov- tlfuJ sP€ctac e a" d for those of trie rate increase’
extern- money fo r this building w ill have
ernight camping and boat launch-
* ■‘ ■¿worth ‘had it noe been fo r the
Portland General Electric com j„ g
a trip to Dodge, to see it. H e was sive program of automation and to be raised
pany announced today that A rt
j not in competition, having won technologiical improvements to from the general public. Th e fund
h u r C. Olsen, 9260 S. W . 1st Ave.
A unique feature of the park ^ last year,
its system effected by P G E in an raising campaign will start soon
Portland, has been granted the is the one acre Small F ry
lake 1 The other home decorations ad- effort to keep operating
costs and the construction w ill
concessionaire’s spot at . the
. developed by P G E fo r the
ex- ed a lot to the
beauty of the down.
next summer it fh e funds are av-
p a n y s new
parte c] usjve U9e ^ youngsters.
A ll community and Christmas spirit
‘H owever it is no longer possi- ailable.
The estimated cost is
alongside N orth Fork
reservoir facilities, including electric cook- and they all deserve commenda- b le to hold the line b y cost o ff $40,000.
on the Clacakamas river.
provided t*on and honorable mention.
setting efficiencies and earnings
, °.lsf " ; a re^ i
tree o f charge to patrons o f the
are not keeping pace
land fo r the past 12 years,
cost o f expansion
necessary to G A R F IE L D C H U R C H N IG H T
selected from a field of 12 ap pli
serve customers in a period of in W A T C H S E R V IC E
Promontory park is the 9th such
The Garfield Church
o f the
P G E executive said,
Plans fo r the concession include playground build fo r public use I _ - i n j i - -
f A fl
A ll classes of cupstomers, ex-1 Nazarene w ill begin
a store and a boat
and motor by P G E in conjunction with h y -:
cet certain public
authorities, Y e a r’s watoh night
rental service. The store w ill b e droelectric developments.
would be included in the propos-
W ednesday eve. The serv
relatively ice is to include missionary slid-
small variations upward o r down- 65
Mexjco taken when the pas-
| rush story with plenty o f action
Un der the proposed in- tor aDd bis w ife were members
Miss E lta Schock, 68, late of Es
crease,the company would realize 01 a deputation team from Cas-
Sunday. Monday and Tuesday—
tacada Route 2, died Monday of
$5,190,000 of additional
gross cadc College, Portland.
Alan Ladd and
Olivia De Ha vil
last week at the University
revenues, out o f which local.state will also be
la nd in P R O U D R E B E L co-star-
Oregon Medical school
and federal taxes
take singing and special music,
N o w playing last time tonight
Dean Jagger and David Todd. after several months illness.
about $2,900,000 o r 56 percent of r «M n e n t s and a devotional serv-
B rigete Bardot
in L A P A R IS - The 11-1315 and tribuations
Miss Schock was bo m at Righ,
ice concluded by prayer.
I E N N E plus Elvis Presley in his TT oud rel* j wh°
out Iowa August 13, 1890 where she the total.
There has been
famous LO V T N G Y O U with L I »
«Jth his fortune lost his nv^ mo8t ^
ijfc until com-
interest show ntowrd the service
beth Scott and W endell Corey.
dead and h“
shocked in- infi to Estacada
V F W P O S T TO M E E T A T
F o r N e w Y ea rs (through Satur- 1 to becoming a deaf mute.A h ig h -1 ag0
T H E IR H A L L J A N . 7TH
by both youth and adults.Every-
day) W a lt Disnevs great adven- ly dramatic film that is tops.
V F W Harry Randall Post 6879
ture o f all time P E T E R P A N an
Surviving relatives include two
and Ladies Auxiliary are to meet
all cartoon feature in technicolor. show next Saturday—
J U N G L E nieces.Gladys Graham of Seattle,
fo r their regular meeting Jan. 7
H ere is a story every child should
F O R B ID D E N L A N D .
IVash., and Mrs. Roseanne Bouch-
at 8 P.M. at CurriiwvUle hall. AH
White (o r plnk> eleph-
hear and every adult thoroughly 1
cr o f Portland.
members and those
Second Feature— S I E - 1 Lots o f folks are going to the
Funeral services w e r e ^ held please be present.
ants for O. E. S Social
R R A B A R O N in color in
color hospital fo r
One Mondav Dec 29 at P M at
The Auxiliary is planning
a Club Sal“ Jan. 9-10. Call
Brian of them when he came to, asked
™ at ™
Clayville Funeral Home followed Tam ale and Food Sale Jan. 17 at
Keith, Rick Jason. Rita Gam and the physician:
CR 9-3959 or CR 96417
by private committal at the Port N ew s office in Estacada.
Mala Powers. A n exciting gold ' truth, Doc, what’s my bill ”
Chmn. Lillian Kitching
To all of our friends everywhere we
send the warmest of greetings for
the New Year and hope we may
continue to serve you in 1959.
Well Baby Clinic
Here January 6.
Let's Start the Ne wYear Right! Trade at Home &
Subscribe to and Advertise in Your Local Paper!
P. G. E. Selects former Portland Store Chamber Judges
Operator N. F. Park Concessionaire
List Xmas Lighting
The festacada Kiwanis Club copleted a
last Tuesday. They,packed and distributed more
than twenty Christmas baskets of supplies and toys
to some of the less fortunate members of our area.
This program is one of the principle Kiwanian act
ivities of the Kiwanis Club for Christmas...... ......
Part of the group active in the project together
with a few of the baskets as shown are: Back row ;
Daryl Genteman and Louis Ssates; next row are
Tom May, Ray Haden, Joe Barr, Phil Gentemann
and Rev. Vernon Ross; front row, Scott Engstrom,
Rev. Milton Nelson. David Larssn and Gail Ebert.
W e are proud of the six Key Club members shown.
Plan Set to Give Small M ills Better
Chance to Secure Government Timber
A joint agreement
the er persons.
The proposed definition
and the Department of A gricul published in the Federal Regis
ture to help small firms obtain a ter on December 10.
greater share of sales of Govern firms may present
ment owned timber and related ments to Small Business Admin
products by setting aside certain istration in writing within 30 days
proposed sales exclusively
for ater publication in the Register.
small business competition
was Unless a substantal reason for a
announced today by John G. Bar change in the definition is
nett, manager o fthe Portland Ot sented, it will be adopted as pub-
fice of the Small Business Adm in lsihed.
istration, 911 S. W . Washington j
U n der the agreement, according
to Mr. Barnett, the Small Busin
Mr. Barnett said this step
ess Administration will
the first of its kind formalized
proposed Department of Agricul
under Section 15 of
ture Forest Service sales
Business Act of 1958 which,
rams with the contracting officers
effect, authorizes the Small Bus-
of the Department before reques
ness Administration to expand its
ting a set aside fo r small business
form er set aside
The contracting officer is
proposed Government prime con
thorized to make set-asides when
tracts to include also
recommended by the Small Busi
Government sales and leases.
ness Administration, unless it is
The Small Business Adminis
determined that such action is in
tration also announced a proposed
consistent with Department
definition of small business
A griculture program
sales of Government property in
eluding timber.The porposal clas
sifies a firm as email, fo r Govern
Operating procedures, instruc
ment timber sales purposes, Mr. tions and other information
Barnett said if the firm is inde implementing the agreement will
pendently owned and operated, is be developed jointly by the Small
not dominant in its field,and with Business Adminstration and the
ies affiliates employes 260 o r few- Department o f Agriculture.
L O S T Ix IT c S T O l
Walt Disney Film
on Broadway Bill
W A N TED !
on Grange Hall at
Eagle Creek Start
next day Dec. 27 a good sized vol
unteer crew went to work
tools and installed the new sill.all
in one day.
W ith such efficient
team work Eagle Creek Grange
can look forw ard
to more Im
Special notice to Eagle Creek
Grangers: the next
which should be Jan. 3 has been
cancelled. Next regular meeting
of E. C. Grange is to be Jan 17.
A ll members are urged to attend
and suport the new officers and
their plans fo r the new year
By Margaret Ross
Eagle Creek Grange held
regular meeting Dec. 20 preceded
by pot luck supper. FoUowing the
business meeting a Christmas pa
rty was enjoyed by a large turn
out with exchange of gifts
A special item of concern
the business meeting
condition of the Grange hall.Fol
lowing the suggestion
long- range improvement plan be
Nelson appointed the following
members to a planning committ
ee: ^Shirley Burnett, Lloyd Potter,
the’ U pp e-
Lewis Rivers, Earl Brackett, To
Commerce » i l l
have its first
The first meeting of this com meeting of the new year,
mittee was held Dec. 26 and
a main feature of discussion
careful inspection of the founda
he future disposition of the bn-
tion of the building revealed one iness tax funds by the city.
l i * ' I |MI
Everpone interested is urge,
ed. Matterial was ordered and the to attend
Chamber of Com.
at City Hall, 8 p.m.