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Clackamas County JSeto?
In Its Fifty-fourth Year of Publication
Volume No. 55
10c Per Copy
Estacada, Oregon, Friday, Jan. 30,1959
$3. ¡00 Per Year
188 B ILLS INTRODUCED
HOUSE F IR ST W E E K
I Ed. Donham of Estacada has
I got o ff to a fly in g start. One hun
been appointed sales represent-
dred eighty-eight bills were intro
Jerry Rehbcin retained his Fly- ative of the M iller Motors of Or-
duced in the House
Eagle Creek Grange held
weight Championship at Tacoma, egon City as announned in
week, compared to 59
the first 1 first regular meeting o f the new
Wash. Saturday night by winning advertisement elsewhere in this
week of last session.
A ll o f the j year Jan. 17. Two new members
over Bennie Brown of
bills appropriated money for the
: were voted in and reecived their
and John Plelch of
In addition to the new car line
biennial budget, 104 in all, were 11st and 2nd degrees.
Arm y Camp.
of Studebaker, Mercedes, - Ren
among those introduced.
Mr. and Mrs. Byron Stewart of
Jerry came thru in his
usual ault and Peuleat, Mr.
money bills usually come
The charter was
pleasing style which left no doubt also has used car sales.
the second and third month of the
draped in memory of Bro. Paul
as to the winner..
session. This augers a short ses Eaton.
Rehbein will headline a
sion i f the fast action on Way and
V. F. W. NOTICE
Ora Gaylord was appointed to
at Oregon City
Means bills is any indication.
serve on the planning committee
and will defend his championship FOLKS, be sure and check pos
for improvement of the premis..
in the Journal G. G. next Friday ters around town fo r Game night
i’ novation of the new Democratic-
at the V. F. W. hall at Currins-
es. This committee reported that
an Saturday, Feb. 6 and 7.
1 ally controlled Houses. This alone
ville Saturday nite. Be
gravel has been laid on the drive.,
w ill save thousands o f dollars for
Chmn. L. M. Kitching.
way and in front o f the hall.The
A 25 percent
Grange ordered exterior
savings in printing alone is being
| or the hal through
W H IT E E L E P H A N T SA LE
j Grange, taking advantage of a
Clackamas County has 2 of the
A T G A R F IE LD GRANGE
I special bargain offered to
8 women legislators in the House
1 courage Oregon Granges to
W hite elephant Sale at
of Representatives. W e are very
The Mothers March on
furbish during this Centennial
much photographed and
w ill get under way on Thursday field Grange Jan. 31
viewed. There is supposed to be a
evening, Jan. 29 at 7 PM after the luck dinner at 7 P.M.
Visitirs were Mr.
fire siren blows one long
Kirshman o f Redland Grange.
gislators in the Sunday Oregonian.
Mrs Guy K e iler is chmn. fo r Es
A ll members and friends
This s ession has a record number
surrounding areas chase a Piano. Everybody w el
invited to attend the Grange So
of women, 2 in the Senate and 8
with Mrs. Marshall Laughlin
cial night, Feb. 7, the first Eagle
in the House. O f the 8 represent
co-chairman and they urge all to
Creek social night for this year.
atives, 6 are Democrats. Both sen
turn their porch lights on or
It begins at 6:30 PM
ators are Democrats.
A ll of us
give some indication that
luck supper, oowed by bingo and
have women secretaries
wish to contribute t o this
Juanita Orr, who has
M iL V V A ü K I E
I her husband as her secretary.
the city w ill be
The Legislative Counsel, a batt-
Schleichert and Mrs. Leslie R ig
| ery o f lawyers who prepare confi
gins, Mrs. Delbert Nordquist.Mrs.
dentially almost all o f the
John Geil, Mrs. Robert Clayville, meet next Monday, Feb. 2 at the
, that are presented at the legisla
Mrs. Richard Lundeen and Mrs. City hall with the follow ing host
ture is busy working for
B ill Carr w ill cover the
Parks esses: Louise Linn, Hattie Qualls
Clackamas County as well as for
Mil! road and town area.
Mrs. and Ruth Westerberg.
j others. The counsel does Inter Now playing at the Broadway
Mike Perry w ill
Mrs. George W. Clark o f Gres
department Theatre a real treat or the coun
Jurrinsville, upper Eagle Creek, ham, State Bird Chairman,
was posits started at $40,000 in 1909 im committee bills,
Observance of the 50th anniver- capitalization 50 years ago
River Mill and Heiple roads. Mrs show colored slides and talk on sary
the and were more than $14,000,000 bills, as well as those for our in- try music fans with
the opening of the First $10,000.
| dividual legislators.
Each legis- mund o f that type
Delbert Kitching will cover Sch- birds.
' state Bank of Milwaukie is set for
lichter road coming up highway
to ! lator has a priority on three piec- wrapped up in a story of a Ten-
The arrangements are to be pa- Monday, B’ebruary 2 when
the $50,000 in 1938, $75,000 in 1940, from the original
les o f legislation to insure
early ' nesee G. I. who
211 to road going toward the old triotic or featuring birds. Peas: hank’s Estacada branch w ill hold $100,000 in 1945,
$200,000 in $15,500,000 in 1958.
I introduction of most vital bills.
I budies with his wonderful
skywatch n Garfield road. Mrs. brin g horticulture.
open house between 10 A.M. and 1948, $250,000 in
| dling o f hill-billy songs. COUN-
Lem Jenkins and
W h® ^he
Women who are interested in 3 p.M. Coffee and anniversary $300,000 this year.
| T R Y MUSIC H O L ID A Y stars Fer-
1909, bank personel amounted to
Brown will cover the Regan H ill gardening
ar- cake w ill be served to all visitors
trans | lin Husky as the G. I.
Growing service to bank cus- three pepole.
Today it is 46, drafting of a Tri-County
through downtown area and up to ranging are always v. elcom.-
to the bank that day and every
huge all star cast including Zsa
tomers is indicated by the
fact which includes the Estacada staff
Mrs. Guy K eller and
one is invited, according to Verne
that outstanding loans have in- Df Verne Sutton, Bonnie Bodley,
Zsa Gabor, Rocky Graziano.Faron
Mrs. Marshall Laughlin w ill cover
L. Sutton, Estacada manager.
creased from $32,000 in 1909 to Caryl Dahrens, Dixie Slaughter of a Transit Authority to plan fo r Young, The Jordanaires, Lonzo
V.F.W . M EETING FEB . 1
downtown Park area.
Mrs. K en
Now one of the leading banks
and Oscar, LaDell Sisters.Bemie
A ll members of the V F W are
neth Brown will cover Cary road
of the W illam ette valley, original more than $8,000,000 in 1958. De- and Leila Edwards.
amas. Washington and Multnomah Nee and of course D rifting John
and Suoth Estacada Park.
Mrs. aske l to make a special effo rt to
There are many prece
W alter Graven w ill come down attend the regular
1959, to obtain social
security dences fo r such an authority -the ny M iller who is well known fo r
Visitors LE G IO N & A U X IL A R Y M EET
his music in this area.
their road to the highway, down | eve. m eeting Feb. 4.
coverage. Such coverage will be most comprehensive is
The local Am erican Legion and
to the bridge and up
the Day from Portland will be present.
compulsorily effective fo r 1956 from the San Francsico Bay area, Feature— Henry Fonda and A n
Auxiliary w ill hold their regular
thony Perkins in T H E T IN STAR,
H ill road and
and all succeeding yaers.
an area made up of a number of a brand new inexperienued sher
m eeting Feb. 2 with potluck sup
Mrs. George Gentemann
i f f finds himself facing an ex-sher
is representative for the Spring-
The Uniform F ryer
ing at PM. E ligible veterans and
! Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Dmytryk
i f f now turned
water area, Mrs. Bill Simmons is
Susie A^ a c h in g , 72,.a te of ^
B ill on which the Oregon Fryer
representative fo r the Dodge ar
Commission has ieen working all
ea and will conduct
Starts Sunday through Tues
land conv^descent home on jan.
summer, under the tutelage
march there at 7 PM and Mrs'Os-
day— John Wayne in the role of
Deceased was born r e b .l,
Chief of Police James Barden
at the Emanuel Hospital in Port
car Lins is the representative for
the first white man to open trade
1886 in Currinsville, Oregon and |
reports that Leonard Baker
land and weighed 7 lbs. 8 oz.The was introduced py me this week. with the east as the first
the George area.
the George District has contrac-
diplomat to Japan. ‘THE B A R
] ted with R. J. Sponhauer to de-
Jack Watson of Estacada and Mr.
BEARD CONTEST HERE
B A R IA N A N D T H E
G E IS H A ’
bert Kitching; one son- Harold
In line with statewide promo- molish and remove the building
and Mrs. Edward Dm ytryk
of whether any chemicals or preserv filmed in color and cinemascope.
tion of the Centenial, I. G. A. Sto- form erly ooccupied by the S port-! The W e ll Baby Clinic w ill be
Estacada Rt. 2.
A film with all the tradition and
in from other states, some as far
res are condusting a best beard smen’s Club and Cafe.
It is un- held at the
Grade ning, and - one
Rhea l of
pageantry of the Japanese way of
contest. Prizes are being offered, derstood that this job
w ill start School Library on Thurs., Feb.5
life. Beautiful Eiko Ando w ill
nm vt.rvk as to the state where they origi
For full particulars contact our in the next few days.
Believe from 9:30 to 11:30 A. M.
For and one great - grandchild, a ll o f i Portland
Mr. Sam Dmytryk
steal your heart yith her lovable
two brothers- Roy o Estacada route two.
Mrs. A lly n Estacada;
Both Mr nated. This Centennial year, es Geisha ways.
local I. G. A. store, Campanella’s. us the News staff w ill appreciate appointments call
Linn of Portland; James Linn of
and Mrs. Dmytryk are graduates pecially, we in Oregon should be
There w ill also be a
I. G. A. the removal because we have to Price, CR 9-3211.
proud to label our fresh broilers
Nampa, Idaho and one sister— of Estacada Union High School.
Next week----- ‘The Revenge of
sponsored pony express run on look at the
fire gutted j
I ‘Oregon Grown’
Frankenstein’ plus .High H ell’ a
Saturday. You may get your pony building
M r and Mrs. Del Kitching had Mrs. M attie Cahill o f Seaside.
She was a member of the Esta-
suspense picture with John Derek
express letters at CampaneMa’s Dick Sponhauer, Jim Barden and week end visitors from
Saturday Free Kiddie show is
or the Broadway Theatre i f you Leonard Baker fo r a
job well Dakota, Mrs. Kitching’s cousins, cada Methodist Church
A L L A L IE N S MUST
arc long time member of the Centen-
to be ‘The Bandit o f
wish to have an actual pony ex- done when"this chore U comple- Mr. and Mrs. Tom L ee who
REPO R T IN J A N U A R Y
During the month of January Forest-’
press memento o f the Centennial, t e d . _______________________enrolled
at Corvallis._____________ v ic e fw e r o hcid January 27 at 2
Get your Pony Express Letters
] all aliens in the
j p.M. at the C layville Chapel with
'w ill again be required to report in our lobby fo r the
J Rev. Milton L. Nelson officiating;
Students at the Estacada Union I their current address
run in this area.
Centenial r Rebekah
, i High School were commended on ,
their quick action in evacuating
during the small fire
in a basement radiator Thursday
morning, January 22. The school
fire squad is also to be congratu- j
Y O U R SO C IAL SE C U R ITY
lated on their quick work in hand- \
By Elizabeth W iley
ling the situation.
Probably one of the most important steps in the
Q: I w ill be 65 on March
The rapid evacuation
o f the 1
1959. W hen should I apply for students indicated the value
of Economy of Clackamas County was taken Monday.
the periodic fire drills. Although A representative group o f Chamber of Commerce
A : A new procedure, design the teachers were in the building,
ed to speed the payment of your they were not yet in a position to men from the various cities of the county endorsed
first check, now permits the fil supervise the students
the a master plan for one major chamber of commerce
ing o f an application
the morning classes had not begun.
month before reaching
fillin g the for Clackamas County.
In your case,
for building, and the need fo r
Estacada was represented by C. of C. president
example, since you reach retire fire detail to completely check the
Verburg, and members Jim Anderson and Von
ment age in March, you should area of the blaze necessitated de
file your application in
Febru tainment o f classes unitl the air Gray. The only town not represented was Molalla.
ary. Under normal corcumstanc- was cleared.
Estacada was commented on as being the “ sleep
es you could then expect to re
ing giant” of Clackamas County. (W e didn’t find
ceive your first
A p r il 3.
out just how’ this was meant, but we took it as being
Q: I am a farm operator and
complimentary). W e do sit in one of the more fav
nnow that I should report
employees' earnings for
orable positions in the light of county economy.
during January, 1959; however,
The Estacada Odd Fellows and
The master chamber of commerce will give us
I have heard that the tax
rate Centennial Regekah Lodge held a
weight for the accomplishment of goals we
has been increased. Is this cor join t installation Wed.eye., Jan.
21st. Those being installed were: have such as getting a highway along the river to
A : Yes, this is correct,
be J. D. (J iggs) Pedersen,
Noble central Oregon. It will also aid us in promoting our
V irgil Nelson,
However, the change will
Grand; Kenneth Palmateer-Treas- vast recreational potential. Another very important
not affect your report, for 1958.
urer with Hans Lnch Jr as Past thing is the development o f ou»- forest access roads.
The tax you pay this month w ill
Those installed fo r the
* Sen. Neuberger is presently working on this and the
still be 4 1-2 percent of the first
$4,200 in earnings o f each
Noble Grand; Edna Nelson, Vice cooperative chamber group will be able to provide
ployee half ^ ^ h
you ’ hould Grand; Lorraine Sagner- S een- him much needed support.
Cub Scoutmaster Bob Jones and Den Mother A U X IL IA R Y M ARCH OF
ED. D O N IIAM AP P O IN T E D
SA LE S R E PR E S E N T A T IV E
CONGRATULATIONS TO ESTACADA'S BANK!
Mothers W ill
March Jan. 29.
c> 1 i
T9 ° 9 - x95 9
Garden Club W ill
Hear Bird Expert
Hagle Creek Group
to Improve Hal!
at the Broadwav
Last Rites for
Susie A. Kitching
Landmark W ill
Weil Baby Clinic
fiere Feb. 5
T !h &
- t j* j -
Fire at High School
Praise for Students
Cub Scout Groups and Leaders Tour "N ew s" Plant
County-wide Chamber of Commerce to
Promote Projects for Mutual Good
Josephine Sanders pose with this group of Cubs
upon their completion of a “ News” office tour a
week ago last Tuesday. W e are unable to identify
all the group. Amom* them are shown Harry Jones,
Fred j McNally,
Terry Tunnel, Terry Founds, Paul Sanders, Pat
Hatfield, Bobby Coorey and W alt Bartholomew,
/ ^ r ChemP,<V
U Ä x M e ed. earnings
DIMES D IN N E R 8 U O C M 8
The American Legion Auxiliary
sponsored March of Dimes dinner
was well supoorted by the com-
munity. $63.75 was turned oyer
to Community Chairman Mrs Guy
Keller. The Auriliary wishes to
thank those making the dinner a
Q. , haw
minister for a „umber of years,
djd not w;,b social security
coverage when it was first avail-
Changes in the law
yive ministers until April
B * ™ Kiggina-
with Geraldine Wall as Jr. Past
Mrs. Mae Munger and daughter
Dorothy McAllum of Bend visited
Eagle Creek Sunday.. They were
among the many who
Edward Omstead’t funeral Mon.
A county-wide meeting will be held early in
March to complete the organization.
The next meeting of the Upper Clackamas River
Chamber o f Commerce will b° held Monday even
ing at Howard Smith’s office. This is your chamber
o f commerce. It is not run hv any clique and every
business man or woman in the area is welcome.