Clackamas Count)» i^etos (Êstacafta’s In Its Fifty-fourth Year of Publication Volume No. 54 Estacada, Oregon, Friday, Jan. 9, 1959 Number 47 County Farm Sales Almost Stationary Last Rites for in 1958, Says County Agent Inskeep Local Pioneer LO C A L STUDENTS ON OSC HONOR R O LL for F A L L TERM Robert H. Marchbank of Esta- cada and Janice M. Buhlinger and Barbara J. Burnett of Eagle Creek are listed on the fall term scholastic honor roll released by Oregon State College. T o be eligible for the honor roll listing, students must make at least a B plus average for the term. Miss Buhlinger was singled out fo r special recognition as one o f 81 students making straight-A grades. She is a sophomore in the school o f business and tech nology. H er home address is Ea gle Creek, Route One. Marchbank is a senior in the school of pharmacy. Miss Burnett is a senior in business and techno- logy. ---------------------- Rehbein Defeats Army Champ 1 Oc Per Copy Phone Co. Presents Rate Hike Case $3. |00 Per Year Estacada Locals Mr. and Mrs. C. E. W esterberg and Sue drove to Seattle last Monday and spent two days vis- Tuesday, Jan. 6, the Estacada I iting Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Barrett. Telephone & Telegraph Co. had i ' its public hearing at the Estacada j Legion hall. The only people I)R. A L L Y N PR IC E M E D IC AL present were the Public U tility SO C IETY PR E S ID E N T Commissioners staff and person- Dr. A lly n Price was recently nel from the Estacada Telephone elected President of the Clacka- Co. Duane Day presented a | mas Medical Society fo r a term of brochure which contained a com- one year. He w ill assume his parative balance sheet, state-! duties this month, ment o f income and expenses, I rate base data, gross revenue,op- erating expenses, computation of ' A N N H A R B E R T GOES TO OSC revenue proposed rates and rev- j Ann Harbert ]e ft Sunday f enue and summary o f revenue Corvallis where she will attend needed to earn 2.44 percent r a te |0regon state CoUege sh e has Estacada’s flashy Jerry Reh- By J. J. Inskeep, County Agent 3 percent. Funeral services for Robert bein had little trouble in defeat- Clackamas “County farm sales 2. N early 30 percent improve- Hugh Currin, a true pioneer ot ing U. S. Arm y Champ John remained practically stationary ment in beef cattle prices. this community, age 89, whose Plechl at Portland Labor Tem ple in 1958 when compared with 3. Increases sheep numbers, 5 ; parents founded the town o f Cur- Tuesday night. Plechl put up a 1957 figures. Our estimate o f precent increase in wool incent- rinsville after coming to Oregon game scrap but couldn’t keep up 1958 sales at the farm gate totals ive payments (numbers or pounds by the Barlow Trail, were held with fast pace set by Rehbein. $25,592,000 compared to of wool in app lication fo r pay- last Monday ah 1:30 p.m. at the Hard stomach smashes had the $25,505,000 in 1957. Loss of in j ments.) C layville Chapel in Estacada. Arm y fighter hanging on desper- come fo r certain farm commodi- Rev. Arthur Hansen officiated 4. N early 15 percent less val- ately in the last round. Both ties have been balanced by great- ue fo r wool because o f low er pri- at the funeral rites. boys received a big round of ap Mr. Currin, a farmer and d a iry er income from others. Certain ce of wool and correspondingly plause. Rehbein w ill enter the man, was born and married in increases have been due to ad- lower incentive payments, Tacoma G. G. championship Jan. From 1918 to 1929 ditional units rather than to bet- 5. About 12 percent better pri- Currinsville. 23 and 24 where he will be an he was foreman o f the Dodge ter prices. ces for lambs. outstanding favorite. Actually Clackamas County 6 Further increases in hog Park waterworks of the City of farmers, as a whole, had less numbers plus about 15 percent Portland. He was a charter mem- ot return. | been transferred from U. o f O. at LEG IO N AN D A U X IL IA R Y ber of Estacada Lodge No. 175, cash fo r their labor at the end improvement in prices, Several reasons were given for Eagene she is taking a course M E ETING J A N U A R Y 12 of the year. Growers o f several Many may be surprised to lOOF, and o f Rebecca Lodge No. the necessity o f the in c re a s e:(lj in pre.nursing. The local American Legion 147. commodities are in real distress, learn that our largest source ot Since the last increase of 1955 j He was identified with the dev- j MR- & MRS. P A U L I SPEND Post and its Auxiliary Unit will the telephone company now has ' This is particuarly true o f berry agricultural cash receipts in H O LID A YS IN C A L IF O R N IA hold their regular meeting on growers. They experienced a Clackamas County come from elopment o f this community, be- inves Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Pauli made Jan. 12th with pot luck supper at $395,274.00 more money disastrous year. our poultry industry. Total sales ing instrumental in having the A special meeting o f the Cen- ted in the dial phone plant. (2 ) a trip to California over the holi 6;30. I t is interesting to note that from chicken eggs, farm chickens, first telephone line established in Increase o f taxes over 1955 has tenial Rebecca Lodge is to be held days. They arrived at the home total farm sales in Clackamas turkeys, turkey eggs, commercial the Currinsville area and at times been $6,358.00. (3 ) The general Friday, Jan. 9 at 8 P.M. honoring County have remained stationary broilers and miscellaneous poult- served as its president and secre o f Mrs. Pauli’s sister, Mrs. Clay- increasing costs o f doing busin the visitation of the President of to have j l ° n Woodward in Stockton, on tor the past four years. Produc- ry products amounted to tary. He was the fir ess. They pointed out that they the Rebesca Assembly of Oregon, tion costs, which include taxes, $6,164,000 as compared to only rural electricity on his farm, . . . A ll have spent $10,943.00 more in Edna Oster o f Molalla. building his own line from the wlth them and their three daugh- have greatly increased during $5,714,000 in 1957. the maintenance o f the telephone members are urged to attend. crossing his | *.ers 'v" ° wer® borne from Los that period. Since the start of W orld W ar transmission line plant than was spent in 1955.(4) Angeles, until Sunday. W hile Regardless of the individual [I the Pacific Northwest has fail- ; farm. As an ardent road enthu- They also pointed out the increas- there they also called on Mrs. El Jerry Rehbein, Estacada’s G. farmers immediate cash position Çd to Produce enough eggs to sat- siast, in early life, he helped es- sing cost in labor and fringe ben la Garretson, a former resident of G. champ, w ill figh t the main ev- Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Vandecoev- 25 m illion dollars in total sales is^y the area demand, that is, un tablish a passable wagon road be efits which have been offered to ering and fam ily o f Cloverdale, Estacada, and Mrs. Garretson’ss [ ent of a 12 bout fight card at Es- tween Barton and Carver. is o f tremendous economic im- (il now- Layin g flock expansion employees since 1955. Calif., have been visiting Mrs. the Grade Mr. Currin retired to his home son, A lvin and family. On Sunday tacada Jan. 17 in portance affecting every resident has slowed down as we balance Thp Public U tility Commis they went to Daly City, where School Gym. Rehbein w ill fight Emma Gilleran, mother o f Mrs. o f the county. In many respects the scales. E gg prices were up at Currinsville where he spent the sioner’s staff had no comment to Mrs. Pauli’s Portland’s W ade Smith ■ . . Vanecoevering, and with other whose last 25 years. He always adher they visited with the total farm income resembles 2 cents a dozen over 1957. make. N ow the final approval I reIatives in , Tnwaulde and Hills_ a payroll of the same size.Farm- Other increases are due to ex- ed to the Golden Rule and count- brother and fam ily until Thurs only loses are to Rehbein. These day. They came home the Coast boys have put on a whale o f by the Public UtU- boro They leH Sunday for a ers spend their income for taxes, pansion rather than to more fav- ed everyone his friend, home ta the red show in the past and a repeat is tty Commission. interest, labor, form machinery! orablc Prices. W e are producing The Currins celebrated their highway and enjoyed woods and other interesting expected. fertilizers and other steadily in- more broilers and we had an in- 50th anniversary in 1947 and _ . , SMITH- B RAO AD H U R ST M ILBERGER TO FIG H T creasing production costs. crease in turkey numbers. The quietly observed their 61st in i sypts. arrvrving home Saturday F A M IL Y R E U N IO N J A N .l afternoon. SPENCER T o make a comparison Clacka- latter was mostly due to raising 1958. The Smith- Broadhurst annual | Ed Milberger, veteran from mas County’s allowable tim ber slightly more earlier market tur- Survivors are the widow Nellie, Portland Pal Club w ill tangle fam ily reunion was celebrated on cut approximates 200 m illion This area has been the and a daughter, Mrs. Donald F. with Thad Spencer of Knott St. Naw Y ea r’s day at the American | of income- about Allen, both of Estacada. board feet. On a stum page ba source in one of the top bouts. Estaca Legion hall with a big dinner and | Burial was in Forest Lawn sis at $30 a thousand the gross $860,000 in 1958. Those pre- da’s John Woodcock, who won a good tim e visiting. Cemetery, Gresham, with Bate return would total $6 million. These figures do not imply Championship sent were Mr. and Mrs. Arnold the Ore. N ovice I t is estimated that for every that all is smooth sailing in the man Funeral Chapel in charge of last month will try to continue Broadhurst and fam ily o f Mil- dollar the farmer receives, two poultry industry. A ll segments arrangements. The International Order ot his winning ways against Larry waukie, Mr. and Mrs. Alton dollars are added fo r processing o f the industry are subject to th - ---------------- Job’s Daughters w ill hold a pub Young of Portland. Woodcock’s Smith and fam ily of Concord.Mr. and marketing most o f which ^ stiffest kind o f competition.Broil- RETURN FROM EN G LA N D ; lic installation of officers Satur stand up and slug style has made and Mrs. Bob Brown and family present added labor costs W e je r producers must compete witii SPEND N E W Y E A R ’S HERE day, Jan. 10th, at 9 P.M. at the him a big favorite. Clyde W il- i of Faraday, Mr. and Mrs. Arnie do not have the figures showing cheaper feed costs and cheaper S-Sgt. and Mrs. Don Berg and Masonic temple in Estacada. liam, Northwest Bantam C ham p! Broadhurst and fam ily of added value by way o f transpor labor found in the cotton belt.No ¡son Duane, who recently returned w ill also appear on the show. Springwater, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald tation and fabrication o f timber longer can we ship turkeys profit- f rom England, spent from N ew _________________ .Smith and family, Mr. and Mrs. but the comparison is obvious. ably- to Eastern states. W e now Years unitl Tuesday o f this week Jack Broadhurst and fam ily, Mr. M A R IA N GUILD DISCUSSES Subsidies from the federal go- produce just enough turkeys to at the home of Mr. and Mrs and Mrs. Fred Bates and Mr. and Ar- P L A N S FOR FUTUR E yem m ent play a negligible role supply area needs A small In- ch U tt. Other members o f the At the December meetine of the Mrs. A rt Smith all o f Estacada. in Clackamas County. Our farm- crease in the local market price famiiy, M r. and Mrs. Dave Sher- Marian Guild Christmas decora- ers are subject to extreme com- results in a flood of turkeys and man of p orUand. Mr. and Mrs. Uoms and d c a n m T fo r tho church OREGON A L IE N S MUST petition from other areas. It chicken broilers from other areas. Tom Bates and family o f Oak- were dilcu s^d The H oly Name REGISTER TH IS MONTH now appears that our top position Only the most efficient remain in ridge> and Mr and Mrs James ’V*® Jttoly A ll Clackamas County aliens i as a strawberry producing coun- the game. Low er unit margins Arndt and f amiiy 0f Portland. ^he Christmas sale was a great together with the other 20,000 ty may be lost forever to Calif- of profit are responsible for larg- were a!so at the Utt home at d if_ s d Ja to the wonderf ul to - aliens in Oregon, must register J- -- (B — uster) Tunnell _ is the , ornia. I t is probably true th a t1 er flocks and few er flock owners, terent times during this period A 1 dire to the wonamaui co their addresses yith the federal new lessee of the Texaco Serv c our Marshall berries are o f high- The same is true o f the broiler w o ^ e r fu T u m e ^ 'e a U n g T n d v r Z Z Ava Goodman won the N ow playing at the Broadway government this month in com- Station at Wade s corner. He too e r quality but California growers industry where producers com- siting was enjoyed, door prize wheih was a lovely ap- Theatre, a suspense and horror pliance with the Federal ; over from A1 Larson. W e are sorry have much longer harvest seas- monly have housing capacity fo r picture o a western style ‘TH E Address Program. to lose Mr. Larson as an Estacada on with higher yields. And the 20,000 or more birds. They corn- W ALKED TH E Refreshments were served by F IE N D WHO Postmaster Chris Myers has business man, but at the same trade is accepting the California monly raise three batches pe,1 Hugh O’Brian the required blanks at the local time we have regained Buster who Mrs Eileen Marak and Mrs. Paul W E S T ’ starring year. berry fo r processing. and Robert Evans with Dolores postoffice which he w ill provide j is a form er Currinsville store ine Van Dyke. Producers o f blackcaps ran in Income from seed crops was Michaels and Linda Cristal. A aliens living in this area. (owner. to a snag with overproduction. down from $1,190,000 in 1957 to Our great and important poultry $850,00 in 1958. The seed crop W IL L ASSIST T A X P A Y E R S from start to finish. Second fea- industry suffers s tiff competition average remained steady but un- W IT H TH E IR INCOME | ture— TH E DECKS R A N RED with every item produced. The seasonal hot weather in May and T A X RETU RNS with James Mason, Dorothy Dan- same is more or less true o f ev June resulted in decreased yields. Ralph C. Granquist, District Di- i dridge and Broderick Crawford, j ery farm commodity produced A t the same time, it is interest ____ _____________________________rector of the Internal Revenue ( \ modern day mutiny at sea. A Many friends met at the home here. ing to note that the gross income of Mr. and Mrs. John Marchbanx Service fo r Oregon, announced to- f dm crammed with action, sus- Changes in the farming pict- from seed crops average $75 per fo r filin g I pense and thrills. the evening o f January 1st to help day that the period ure are coming along rapjdly.We acre while the gross from grain them celebrate their 60th wed 1959 Federal income tax returns starts Sunday— one of the pic-1 are s e e in g more intensified far- crops averaged on ly $42 per acre- ding anniversary. The March- extends from January 2 to A p ril j tures on the ‘Must see’ list ‘CAT ming eveiy year. W e cannot go chewings fescue, used in lawn ”Were mairied in Oregon 15, inclusive. In order to assist O N A HOT T IN ROOF’ with lov- into detarl but we look for more grass mixtures, continues as our citv bv Pastor A J Ware Thev taxpayers throughout the State o f eiy Elizabeth Taylor, Paul New - changes during the next lO year. most important small seed crop-1 moved \ o Estacada in 1903 and Oregon during this period, the man and Burl Ives plus a host of Portland office w ill be open each others.The story is superb, based experienced m the . g r o ^ re tu rn $500,000. have lived here ever since, past 50 years. The acreage of hay and grain Games were played and enjoyed weekday (Mondays through Fri- on the play by Tennessee W ill- Income from dairy products remained about the same. So did by all. Mr. and Mrs. Marchbank days) beginning January 2, 1959 jams. There are scenes with continued on a slightly down - 1 the gross income 2,900,000. The were seated at the table and and continuing through April 15, much humor, others with high ward trend as the numbers of county wheat acreage has been pLufed"’before them was a' Director Granquist stated drama and characterizations that cake 1959. dairy herds and dairy cows cot.-; increasing steadily due to the in- deC0rated in their honor with that new space is being provided are quite important attention tinue to decrease slightly. The creasing number of growers pro- tells! "pink roses and l’lUy of "the in Portland and taxpayer inform Next week— ‘Missouri Traveler’ ^ t r f al1f w,nce vall^ . Then a love song was sung ation which was previously furn and ‘Zero Hour*. The free kiddie Mdst <rf the smaller herds cannot under the U. S. program- 15 acres. by Miss Heather Hendreikson, at- ished at 830 N. E. Oregon Street matinee on Saturday will be • S R ? “, r £ i!* * * * * i f * I Ij lcame tlxfm fe e fruits eompinied on the violin by her will now be furnished at 830 N. E. showing ‘California’ in color plus outfits which have smaller unit and nuts increased slightly due to ^ t h e ^ Mrs j ewel H endrick*». Holladay Street. The use of the several cartoons and comedies costs. increased yields of English wal- M n . chM lie Smith lead a __ , telephones wherever pos6sible in with another chapter of ‘Captain For the second year in succes nuts and filberts. contacting local offices of the In As explained I appropriate verse about the trials Video.’ sion gross income from meat an previously, the small fruit indus- and joy* they have shared to- ternal Revenue Service is urged imals and wool has exceeded the try is in distress. Truck crops and gether the past 60 years. They to save time and unnecessary tra income from dairy products.This potatoes, certified seed potatoes have passed the Tin, Silver and vel expenses in obtaining answers SPRINGW ATER HOME EX. is a new trend wheih first hap in particular are important in the Gold anniversaries, a privilege to tax questions. TO HOLD M O NTH LY MEET pened last year, 1957. This past total picture. However, sales granted to only a few. StUl very The Spmigwater Home Exten year the gross income from the dropped from $3,121,000 in 1957 : much in love, we wish them many sion will hold its monthly meeting dairy industry totalled at the Grange Hall on Tuesday, de b >more anniversaries togeth- $2,570,000. The income from January 13 at 10 A. M. meat animals and wool come to the ■CTabkaTrft.s County Extension The Marchbanks were piesent- Hostesses will be Mrs. Lucy $3,605,000. Meat animal prices Agente. They may be subject to a ed records for their new record Stmtii aud Mrs. Clair Brown who have been generally satisfactory. of criticism. W e player, a beautiful red bedspread are to serve cake and coffee and This would seem a remarkable shall few g h d t s make correction and a red azalia plant. While re- Daniel Thomas Kerr, 17. of Ea furnish a door prize. situation in a county adjacent to should any of these figures be in cake, strawberries, gle Creek, was charged with neg The project for the day will be a large metropolitan area. ligent homicide and having no op error and ye shall welcome any-1 ice cream and punch were being ‘Italian Cooking' which will be Extension Agent Hugh Caton one with open arms who volun erator’s license by Multnomah served by the hostesses, the new prepared and served by Mrs.Grace attributes thepe cfeaages to the teers to do a better job. hi the ; County authorities, following the records were played and enjoyed. Henderson and Mrs. Edna Mae following facMrrt death of Suzanne Page of Port meantime our figures are in Palumbo.They will also tell about 1. Continued reductions in dai great demand from many sources. land. The girl was thrown from the many interesting dishes ry cattle numbers and lower pri Itemized copies are available a t 1 a car driven by her mother, Jean The Estacada Garden Club will Page.when it was struck by Kerris wheih can be made with Italian ces to producers. Prices to pro the Extension office in Oregon cheese, meats and sauces. meet at the City Hall, Tuesday, car and spun into the path of ducers were down approximately City. a Any lady living in the vicim- Jan 13th. The meeting w car driven by Hairy L. Rist, 4320 ing Chairman Mrs Bertha Gente- postponed from Jan. 5 on account S. E. 113th Ave. Witnesses said Mrs. Emma Gilleran. Mr. a n d ( , Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Cooke of weather conditions. ty is welcome to attend by notify- that the car driven by Kerr near Mrs. Jerry Vandecoevering and caled ___________________________________ on the Melvin Johnstons in mann ed the intersection at high speed family, and Mr and Mrs Tom Gil- Portland on New Year’* eve La- and hit the Page car after running leran and family spent New Years ter the Judge took his wife out B A R G A I N S ! a stop light. day at the Tim Gillerans in O re-; to dinner, gon City. g \ __________________ BOOK FORUM AT LIBRARY Betty Fullerton arrived last A Book Forum will be held at Sunday morning from Hawaii to the Estacada Library Saturday, Mr. and Mrs. Len Verburg of Mr and Mrs R. R. Cooke had visit her aunt. Mrs. Emil Poikil- January 10 at 3 P. M. The sub- Eagle Creek spent Chsistmas New Year’s dinner at the home la, who lives in the George dis- ject will be 'Biographies.' Every- i week end in Seattle visiting cou- ■ ot of Mr. ano and Mrs. Jack Kohl of trict. one is invited. I Lower Logan. sins. Jerry W ill Fight In Estacada Bout Texaco Service Has New Operator Job's Daughters W ill Install Liz Taylor in " Cat on Tin Roof“ Plays Broadway Sunday Alien John Marchbanks Celebrate 6 0 Year Marriage WANTED! The CLACKAMAS COUNTY NEWS Needs Correspoondents for the follow ing districts: BARTON GEORGE Local Teen-Ager Held for Homicide i PORTER UPPER LOGAN We are contemplating a new policy fot our outside writers and you may benef it both yourself and your community O. E. S. Social Club White Elephant and RUMMAGE SALE FRI., - SAT. JAN. 9-10 LEGION HALL if you w ill call at the office or phone CR 9 -3 2 4 1 .