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Clackamas County üetos
Volume No. 54
In Its Fifty-fourth Year of Publication
Estacada, Oregon, Friday, Jan. 16, 1959
10c Per Copy
$3.¡00 Per Year
MUELLER APPOINTED ON
Twelve Bouts Set fo r Local Fight Card
Midshipman Joseph B. Mueller,
at Grade School Gym Saturday Night
son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur C. Has Active Meet
Mueller of Route 1, box 175, Esta
Three Estacada hopefuls will I Woodcock who has had two fights
cada, Oregon, dass of 1961, has
By Leila Gordon
i been appointed to the Superin- Garfield Grange met Jan. 10 try to continue their winning will be going after his third
List of the U. S. Naval for the first time this year with ways Saturday night as they straight win hoping to remain
luck diner and meetings. Mrs. Ray ceived credit of $17.50 or nut Estacada Garden Club met Jan. j tendent’s
Academy at Annapolis, Md., for 4 officers absent. Mus. Flora, show their wares before a home undefeated.
Gordon gave a monologue on the cups for the Veterans hospital 13 at the City Hall with follow- scholastic
accomplishments dur - Leg.is. and Lecturer, Norma Lee town crowd in the Estacada
Juniors will meet Sat. Jan.
proper procedure of holding a trays.
Grade School Gym.
the first term of the academ- ¡n charge of Lee. program,
at 1 PM. Courtain girls wUl be “ g hostesses: Florence Lamb, ie ing year
meeting and Mrs. Allyn Price led 20
Mabee back at after a
Flossie Carter, and Mary Esh-
the group singing.
short stay in the hospital will
., „ Forest The List is similar in many ting up hay. The hay was mowed lines than any other Estacada also try to continue on his win.
At the Auxiliary meeting the A report on membership
For the Program the
President thanked the Jr* Chair-! the Unit 145 paid up our
will be fighting - his — last! Mabee
last Service showed conservation way to the Dean’s List at many with the rake following the mo- athlete,
with 6 to go to make
is a hard
• , or the work . the „ e Juniors
. . . did
1 LI vearVs nuota and tn Pam Nation 'films on Wildlife and the proper colleges and universities. In or- wer; altho it rained on it and the fight
before entering the
Taco- crowd pleaser
who dosen’t believe
decorating the hall for the ho ai presidents
f, r cuauon.L,auies
i tf i T V it .f way of ___
trees. Both der
a midshipman be so hon- .. top .. of
was _ bleached ma G. G. ^ Championship Jan.
23- » . in all the fundamentals
j for i,„
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Child Welfare Chairman Mrs. the American Legion please con- Business meeting was opened academic average of 3.3 (82.5 per and green and ade excellent feed, weight championshio.
but loves to get in and mix it
Allyn Price reported on following tact the Legion Auxiliary. Our with roll caU answered by 24 sent) in his studies, have a mark Ray Gordon reported on the high At Estacada Rehbein will meet UP
up on two families, assisted the need for members is great. Con- members and three guests were no lower ahon 3.2 (80 percent) in price of bread and gave the rea Wade Smith of Portland who fig Many other top notch fighters
Kiwanis in their holiday baskets tact Mrs. Geo. Armstrong, Pres, introduced to the club. A com- aptitude and possess a conduct son for it. He also read an article ures to be Jerry’s toughest com like N. W. Bantam Champ Clyde
and sent a cheer box to a veter- A book will be placed in the fHete reV°rt uot!,
standing satisfactory to the on pruning trees and shrubs. petition at Tacoma. Smith who is Williams who fought Jerry in
Norma Lee was installed as H. a southpaw cuttle with a hard | ¿¿acada lu t Apr?;'Than Spene!
E. Chmn. and thanked Peggy An punch will give Rehbein a real, middleweight,Matt Corey,Pal
ders for conducting the meetings
- . *«* wblcb 18 expected to be a rub Ace and
i S - ä
s . Fontana’s
r . . T Gift
ss ! « ent’s • - List ™ are
special while she was in Calif, and for show stealer as are most of Reh- cada fans wont want to miss the
a quilt to ä another ä family \ from Portland hospital for
$40 ! Masie
garciously sold by her for the privileges commensurate with taking charge of the Christmas bein s fights.
, action packed show. Tickets are
after a fire.Asked assistance in \ for books, razors, cookies. $15 for benefit
of the club.
their class for the succeeding party and being Old Santa.
1 ()0c; students 50c. Proceeds are to
sorting clothes Friday, our regul- flannel shirts,
A report was given on the term.This also creates among the Health Chmn. Leila Gordon John Woodcock who is well be used to help these boys con
ar sewing day, Jan. 19 at 10 AM. The annual March of Dimes wreaths
and swags taken to the midshipmen an increased inter gave a talk on Sore Throats and known as a top football and has- tinue boxing tournaments at Sp
All members are invited to attend
held Sunday, Jan.25 from Veterans Hospital and how much est in doing well and taking dee- read from an article in Readers J ketball player will be enjoyed as | attle, Tacoma, Portland and Ha
sewing day and enjoy potluck is 1 to to 4 be PM.
This is a public pot- the patients appreciated thesc i per pride in their work.
Digest. It will pay everyone to a hard hitting light heavyweightwaii.
lunch at noon.
ead it as its very informative. j
It was reported that thru the ceived.A charge of 50c is made Grace Still reported on the
I food manufacturing
Ins. Chmn. Rollie Poppino re
Civil Defense school held last for dinner. There are no ex Federation Show at Clackamas
year eonugh interest was created penses; proceeds are turned over and that our club won a red rib- Bonnie Howell
so that schools are now practicing to Chairman in Estacada area. gon.
school evacuation. That there was Committee for kitchen Mrs. For Lovely rereshments were ser
I them to the community.
Dates to remember are ge™ Authority Cites
a request for first aid classes. rest Erickson, Chmn., Mrs. Frank ved following the meeting.
Council at Central Grange
Anyone interested in first aid Marshall and Mrs. Harry Hick
20th at 8 P.M. State offirers are r a
CHURCH LEAGUE BASKET
classes contact Mrs. Viola McKen man. Coffee, oils and butter fur
to be present. The visitation noti Estacada
BALL OFF To ROARING START
zie. Meetings will start Tuesdays. nished by unit. It Is well to bring
BOYS LEFT FOR
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Community Service Chairman
dish, salad and a dessert. LOCAL
The city of Estacada has been j Tuesday night, Janaury 6 the
FORT ORD JAN. 11
1 Bethel No. 54 of the Intemation- Grange visits Garfield Mar. 14 and
Mrs. Hap Dooley announced that a hot
Garfield goes to Willamette Apr. cited to show cause on Feb. 6 , to Church League Basketball got off
. , . .
.O ' Meade made a report on legis- Oregon National Guard will re- Pabhc installation of officers Jan. 2nd.
the State Sanitary Authority why to a roaring start with three
^ bed „ pan.
an“ All of the r: ,crutt*
Estacada should not be forced to games in the senior division and
hospital equi- crucia, ycar for veterans Levis- ty training at Fort Ord, Calif,,on mg officers were Installing Hon- singing; some readings on safety improve
its sewage disposal plant one in the junior.Four of these
pment is being used by E.U.H.S. lation and for us to be alert.
is claimed is polluting I teams ended up on the long end
district free of charge.We wish to
a duet by the Ken Palmat the Clackamas river.
of the score and so take the lead
James P. Chrysler,box Pa*J P.011' Quffn of Bethel No.54; and
thank Mr. Peterson for his gift. Next meeting Feg. 2nd at 6:30 11, Privates
and Gordon R. Schmidt, box installing Guide-Barbara Hull Jr. eers. Leila Gordon showed mov- city officials have registered a in the young season. Games are
Geo. Tracy reported ill in Vet PM. Potluck supper. Regular
ies of Old Santa and work days complaint with the Sanitary Auth- played in the Grade School Gym
meeting at 8 PM.
162nd of Headquar-
Infantry, ' ^ Past MolaBa;
the Grange. Pete asked for ority that upstream pollution is j Tuesdays at 7:15 and 8:15.
are taking thé training under p ?st Hon. Quei>n of Bethe No. 54- help in putting the siding on the mainly responsible and has im-1 In the small fry division, B ar.
the Armed Forces Reserve Act of i Linda Markchbank; Recorder-Ju- Grange and other work that needs paired the Estacada water supply ton Juniors edged Dodge Jun .
ESTACADA MAN DIES OF
1955 which requires that men !dy Looney, Past Jr. Princess of ¡doing there. At the cake and and addled the city with excess- Tors 31.30. The winning Barton
HEART ATTACK JAN. 7TH
lining the National Guard must Betbe*
54 : ctlalda‘n Karen pie walk winners were John Pop- ¡ve water processing costs andin- team was slated to o against Red..
land Juniors Tuesday nihgt.
Lloyd Walter Rash, 31,-late of take six months active duty Morrow- Past Hon. Queen of Be- i pipo, Pete Ballou and Mable Nel- convenience to water users.
route two, died Wednes training in order to qualify for thel No. 46, Molalla; Musician-Lu- son. At the H. E. meeting up- The pollution in question has The senior bracket pitted Bar .
Officers Sworn In Estacada
cille Jenkins, Estacada; Jr. Cus- stairs we made plans for a pot- \ apparently been the result of the ton against Garfield with Garfield
day of last week at his home fol- pay purposes. Both men enlisted todian-
Claudia Courtain- Past luck dinenr Jan. 31 and a white construction of the North Fork coming out on the short end of
in the Oregon National Guard Hon. Queen
All of the officers for the City •°'''mg a heart; attack,
of Bethel No. 54; Sr. elephant sale, every member to dam and forest access roads.
the score. Redland slipped by
of Estacada whose terms expired fir-
'vas h 01-11 May 26,. last October.
Carol Clrran- Hon. | fring something for sale. Invite | Sanitary Authority and City Dodge 32 to 30 to keep their
in 1958 were re-elected in Novem-;
Hood River and had been According to Major General Ri- Custodian
Queen of Bethel No. 2, Oregon Ci- your friends and lte’s have a j officials conducted a survey of record perfect at one game. A
ber. They were sworn in at the a res*^€nt °t Oregon all his life. lea, Oregon’s Adjutant General, ty;
Vina Harshman, good time. There will be a 25c j the condition on Tuesday which Methodist—Church of God team
Council meeting on January 8 th as
was emPloyed as a logger for I the Estacada men will take their Hon. Narrator-
of Bethel No. 46 ol charge for the dinner, proceeds to should aid Estacada’s position at defeated Vioa 57 to 52.
follows: Robert Weinrich, Mayor; Kamayer Logging company at Es- f jrst eight weeks of basic train Molalla Queen
and the Daughter Hostess go toward puchase of a piano.We the hearing.
i ing along with 20 other Oregon
Nettie Rickey, Treasurer; David tacada.
Curran of Oregon City Beth- have an experienced autetioneer
Horner, Robert Clayville and John Survivors include his widow, men under the supervision of Carol
Chamber of Commerce
Geil, Councilmen. Other members
nble children- Lloyd Jr., Regular Army instructors.
. el. These
v. , officers
~ i " - and
" can T get “ you . some bargains. I’l i t c i i \ s f GRIME'S
of the Council who have two years cllfford, Geneva, Ellen and SJiar Fort Ord is located approxima- i Molay
- y -M in Ia crowning
I it after the sale. The Feb. H. E.
yet to serve are Leslie Kiggins, on iLi-sh; Lea, Joseph, Jerry, Jane telv 115 miles south of San Fran Reed and Randy Grier ceremony.
were can- meeting will be at Peggy Anders. PARK PAST WEEK
Delbert Nordquist and Earl Pick- an<^ Ernest Horn, all at home; a cisco.
Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Buoy,form
was the Bible Escort. Officers in-
Mayor Weinrich announced that I
Ar c,ne Thompson, Umatilla,
erly of Portland, have purchased Monday, Jan. 19, 8 p. in.
Grimes property in Paradise
he was well pleased with his com- Funeral services were held Fn
DANCE JAN. 17TH
Honored Queen- Bonnie Lee Ho Taylors Celebrate the
Park where they will make their j
mittees and that they will contin-,( ay’ Jar’ 9tb ,af ^ M at the VFW
ue as they now stand.
I Peake Memorial Chapel with Rev at their Currinsville hall Satur en; Jr. Prinecss- Judy Smith;
Mr. Buoy has retired from the |
17 a‘ 8 ™
that Portland General Electric be
mission is 50c a person; 14 years Letita Kirk; 1st Messenger-Lin- 25th Anniversary
asked to arrange to move a pole cemetery
and under admited free. Refresh . | da
Chamberlain; 2nd Messenger-
at S. E. 3rd and Main Streets be- j
ments will be served. Sandwich Marge
Hopkins; 3rd Messenger- Celebrating 25 years of mar-!
cause it interferes with a fire hy -1
4th Messenger- riae on Jan. 4th were Mr. and
to be held every Saturday night j ane Little; 5th Messenger- Jo Mrs.
Lawrence E. Taylor from
except Jan. .31, when there is to Anne Marchbank; Treasurer- Estacada. They were pleasantly
The Fire Department offered to Clair David Beal
be a bingo party.
Donvena Ba-ry; Recorder- Cheryl ] surprised on Jan. 2nd with a silver
improve at their personal expense j
Wagner; Librarian- Joan Hale; party. Among the odd silver dish-
that portion of the upstairs of the f / t l l e t f l
| Mnsician- Patty Stephens; Chap- es they received a set of silver-
City Hall over the fire truck gar- 1 ^ 11 CM U j l /C U f f l
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Taylor la'n- Janice Barry; Jr. Custodian ware from the family and friends,
age. The Council was very glad to
Clair David Beal, late of Esta and family were pleasantly sur- Eva Spicknal; Sr. Custodian- After the gifts were opened, a
accept their offer.
The Mayor requested the Street cada route one, died Tuesday prised the evenin of Dec. 29 when Kathy Ronnow; Outer Guard-EI- lovely decorated cake was served
Committee to start a street repair morning at his home following a their son and family Mr. and Mrs. izazbeth Stephens; Inner Guard- with coffee to all the guests.
Those attending the party were
Gail Taylor and baby daughter Mary York.
Authority was given Council Mr. Beal, who was a retired Gayle of Los Angeles Calif.drop- Visitors introduced were all of Mr. and Mrs. Joshua Courtain,Mr.
The CLACKAMAS COUNTY NEWS
man Kiggins, Chmn. of the Police fireman of a paper mill in Tacoma ped in on them for a few days the installing officers; the Mola- and Mrs. Lester Courtain, Mr.and
DeMolay, Grand Bethel Chap- Mrs. Viril Courtain, Mr. and Mrs.
Comm., to proceed with the re was born Aog. 31, 1879 in Indi visit over the holidays. Mr. Taylor Ha
pairs to the police car as per the ana. He had liven in Tacoma for is still with Texaco at L. A. and ain, Karen Potter, Grand Guide John Fiske, Mr. and Mrs. Steve
of Oregon Donna Nelson of Port- Ralston and son, Mrs. Fred Cam-
itemized repair list obtained by many years before moving to Es likes his work very much.
land, Grand Inner Guard of Or- panella, Mrs. Robert Weinrich, i Needs Correspondents for the follow
tacada four years ago.
egon- L. R. Manning of Medford Sherrill and Bobby, Mrs. Wesley |
Survivors include two sons,
and Frank Mayes, Past Associate Found and children, Mrs. Homer ing districts:
Quinn S.Beal of Estacada and Geo.
Grand Guardian of Oregon.Mrs. j Brown, Janice Taylor and Mr. and 1
S. of Tacoma; three daughters,Mr» Action Films at
Martha Holman, Guasdian of Be-! Mrs. Cecil G. Taylor. A son Mr.
Campbell of Vancouver,
MARCH OF DIMES BENEFIT Florence
thel No. 19 of Gresham; Barbara and Mrs. Gail Tayor and Gaylee
The Merry Mountaineers will Wash; Mrs. Wilma Van Valken-
Peterson Sr. Princess of Bethel were unable to attend.
have their Mareh of Dimes Dance ^ of Tacoma
19 grandchil- Broadway Theatre No. 19, Mrs. Evelyn Lawrence,
this Saturday, Jan. 17th. This is dren and 21 Wash.
great grandchildren Now pIaying at the Broadway Associate Worthy Matron and Sy
an open dance so hope all bf
associate Worthy Pa
TAMALE SALE SAT.
,h,eld Theatre a picture that is a rous- Lawrence,
those who square dance or like at, . ,2 ™ Thursday at wm. the be Clay-
tron of Mountain Chapter offlS VFW
tribute to the great middle No.
AT NEWS OFFICE
to watch come and help this ville chapel of Estacada with ¿„g
cause. Anyone wanting to donate Rev. James Moore officiating.In-
The VFW Ladies Auxiliary is
to the March of Dimes through terment wiM follow at the Mt. IRI TRAVELER’ with Brandon r ^ ul ^ ' ^ l
a Chicken Tamale and
De Wilde a 14 year old orphan
the Merry Moutaineers may do View cemetery at Tacoma.
boy who has run away into the
Hubert Ctmke,Past Food Sale at the News office on
so at this dance or by calling
back country of Missouri.An ex- w Mpf,
F*stacadfl Saturday, Jan. 17th. Anyone want
George Bavart, Pres. CR 9-3861.
citing and interesting story film- “ '
Ro"noT in* tamalies and is unable to get
ed in color in the Mark Twain | Past Womh.pful Master Sandy them before noon, may phone
and they will be saved for them.
territory. Second big hit is ZE- . Ma?onlc
The Woman's Society of 25 Estacada Bank
program followed with Jan- Tamales are usually sold before
RO HOURS tarring Dana And ice A Taylor
Estacada Methodist Church will
giving a baton routine noon.
rews Linda Darnell, Sterling and Mr. Wilson,
meet Jan. 21 at 1:30 PM at the
S. Music Dir? I Everyone reserve Saturday IVe are contemplating a new policy foi
Hayden, Eldoy Hirsch, Peggy PCtor P*ayin£ two H. violin
home of Mrs. John Englund.Hos Shows Growth
sdos ac- night. Jan. 31 of an evening of
King. A thrilling story of the compamed by Mrs. Lucille
tesses will be Mrs.' Lewis Pauli
Jen-1 fun gt the VFW hall in Currins our outside writers and you may benef
and Mrs. Englund.
It is of interest to note the
1 ville Be there for an evening of
statement of condition of the _________________
Starts Sunday through Tues- of Jobs Daughters then presented ft,n Watch for posters in Estaca-
First State Bank of Milwaukie in day—GUNF1GHT
AT O --- K -------the
COR- Jr. Past Honored Queen Nan ^
thia tosue Out of $15,423,422.22 ra L a superwestem in techni- cy Whisler with a floral dril Re - 1 Lillian Kitching; Chmn.
it both yourself and your community
shown in assets, approximately color and vistavision, starring freshments were served in the |
1.5 million represents deposits in gurt Lancaster as Wyatt Erp, dining room.
the Estacada Branch.
Kirk Douglas as his side kick.su-
if you w ill call at the office or phone
Will, SPEAK ON
In the six years of business in pported by Jo Van Fleet, Lyle The regular meeting of the ADAMS
Estacada. the Estacada Branch Beottger and Rhonda Fleming. Marian Guild is to be held Tues.
S Adams will speak at
There will be an advanced has grown a continual and healthy Qne of the greatest legends of Jan. 20 at 8 PM at St. Aljoysiua the Warren
Eagle Creek School WedJan, CR 9 -3 2 4 1 .
First Aid Class starting next Tues- growth which is reflected in the y ,, west.
28 at 8 PM on the reorganization
day Jan. 20 at 7 45 PM at the economy of the community
Next week Elvis Presley in
the school districts. Everybody
Estacada American Legion hall Leila Edwards has replaced RING CREAOLE plus The Lone Mt. Chapater OES will meet of
For information call CR 9 6123— Amy Dunn who resigned to Join Ranger and the Loot City of in the Masonic Temple Tuesday welcome.
Mrs Vida McKenzie
her husband in the East.
:eve., Jan. 20 Degree work.
Local Legion Unit Doing Extensive
Area Welfare Work; Members Increase Enjoys Forest
The American Legion and Aux- ¡ Jr. Chairman Mrs. Adolph Still ¡
iliary met Monday for their pot- announced that the Juniors re- Service Program