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In Its Fifty-fourth Year of Publication
Estacacla, Oregon, Friday, Feb. 13,1959
Volume No. 55 No. 52
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Estacada Sewer Problems Aired After Rod & Gun Club to P. G. E. North fork Dam Dedication and Cenîsnnîùi Pony Express dun Gains
State Sanitary Authority Puts Heat On Set Free Guns and First Estacda Water Festival Set for: Support of lo cal Business Houses
On Jan. 15 the City of Estaca which would exist through 1960. Ammunition
Sun., June 28 with Centennial Tie-in
da received a citation from Sani Upon the basis of the testimony,
tary Authority of Oregon to ap
pear Friday, Feb.6 at 10
and show cause why
should not be entered against the
City of Estacada requiring abate
ment of pollution created by the
discharge of raw or inadequately
treated sewage from said city In
public waters of the State of Ore
The City of Estacada was repre
sented at the hearing by Attorney
John C. Caldwell Mayor Robert
Clayville,* Delbert Nordquist.and
Leslie Kiggins and Recorder R. R.
the citys’s case sinae the order In
January 1956 when the city was
advised that an engineering firm
acceptable to commission must
be hired.He called upon Carl E.
Green, engineer for the city to
show and explain the plans and
estimates made by him. The May
or testifed to the Councils efforts
to interest one of
Federal agencies in
funds to help the city. In May of
1958 the city was informed that
it was probably useless to ask for
Federal assistance as the city had
no money available to match sutrn
Federal assistance if and when
available. There was no money
left in the Federal grants at that
time. Councilman Nordquist ex
plained the present disposal sys
tem and answered questions re
garding the condition
plant. Recorder R. R. Cooke fur
nished the data on the bonded in
debtedness of the city at present
Attorney Caldwell requested the
Sanitary Authority to
years extension, thereby giving
the city time to adjust the finan
The Estacada Rod & Gun Club ¡ Estacada’s contribution to the Gun Club, followed by a pancake
afimated wild tae .National Rule ¡Oregon Centennial program will feed and formal ceremonies sur
Association, nas received a letter be a gala water festival Sunday, rounding PGE’s dedication.
Afternoon will se high speeci,
lrom tae Director
ol civilian June 29, staged in
MarKiuansnip, Washington, D.c. with the dedication of Portland thrill-a-minute outboard races,
The Sanitary Authority mem stating tnat the lollowing mater General Electric Co.’s $24,000,000 broken up by acts of the
land Water Ski Club. The latter
annually to North Fork dam.
bers informed the Estacada dele ials are avanaule
Jim Anderson, publisher of the features rapidly- becoming- fam
gation that the based any decis each Senior and Junior member.
Clackamas County News
and ous gyro-Boat and skier-on- a kite
ion entirely upon the engineering
report, a copy of which had been 150 Rounds per member—Cart publicity chairman for the event, acts.
annuonced that the water festival The day’s events, Anderson said,
ridge, Rail, Caliber .45 or
submitted to the city on the 15tn
of Jan. 1959. This report shows 150 Rounds per member— Cart is to be held on the lake behind promise to be one of the top Cerv
the dam, five miles cast of Esta tennial attractions in the state.
a summary inspection made
of ridge, Bali, Caliber .50 or
the sewage treatment plant starv 200 Rounds per member— Cart cada on the
ing with Set. 1941, five years al ridge, Ball, Caliber .22
The event will be kicked
off promotion which is scheduled to
ter the plant was built. This re- and maple targets for each type
the night before Saturday, June be an annual event hereafter,in
the following ol ammunition.
1 27 by a huge community square cludes Estacada businessmen Al
years from 1941, except for a per
The Sunday events will Collins, Robert Claville, Johnny
iod in 1950-51 shows
that the 200 Rounds per member —Cart dance.
lead off with a fishing derby, Osborne, Jim Anderson and Ray
ridge, Ball, Caliber .22
plant was and we quote ‘poorly
operated and maintained,” it is j And m addition for members 14 | sponsored by the Estacada Rod tv Hayden,
therefore no criticism
the j thru 16 years of age
hospitalized since Jan. 10, wneu
Council since 1956, that the Sam- 135 Rounds per member— Cart-
she had fallen and broken
tary Authority feels that in the | ridge, Ball, Caliber .30
hip. She had resided in
words of one member ‘Estacada Ample targets for each type
Creek since about 1915, when she
is dragging it’s heels in this mat ammunition.
and a sister Jane
ter.’ Considering only this rt- SENIOR AND JUNIOR CLUBS
The following non- expendable JOHN LESTER (BOB) KELLER here from the east. Two other sis-
ort, the motion was made
passed ordering the City of Esta government property will be Is
John Lester (Bob) Keller was i ters had also lived here during a
cada to abate the pollution of the sued for target practice:
born in Dodge March 2, 1918 and later period. Her sole survivors
Clackamas River by Jan. 1, 1960. 4 Pistols—Caliber .45 automatic | died in San Franrisco Feb.
3 , 1 are the niece, Jane Goldberg, and |
four nephews who live in the
4 Rifles- U. S. Caliber .30 M 1
Considering this order Mayor . 4 SUngs_ Gun
Weinrich asks all the people, in - 1 6 RiGes
, business in Anchorage, Alaska.
side and outside the city, to learn
The government furnishes the 1 He was a veteran
PAUL JOSEPn TRECKEME
the facts and if in doubt about | guns and ammunition for
the j War II.
Paul Treckeme, owner of the
any phase of the subject to make
purpose of increasing markman- j Survivors are mother, Mrs.Ni- Estacada Food
inquiry from the Council or the
in Portland, early last Sunday a.m.
records in the Recorder's office.
an opportunity for men, women, father Miles Engle of Clackamas; at the Good Samaritan Hospital.
He says, ‘the situation is not all
bad and that every effort is being boys and girls to become better J brothers- Vernon Keller of Happy He was born in Portland, Sept. 21,
| Camp, Calif., Melvin of Newport, 1912. He had been a resident of
made to place Estacada’s sewage
The Senior Sharpshooters Club Oregon, Guy of
Estacada and Portland until moving to Estacada
problems on a basis of improve is open to all men and women 19
Kenneth of Estacada; also nieces in 1951 when he took over the
ment at a low cost.”
years of age and over; and the and nephews.
present Estacada Food Center fr
Junior Club is open to all boys
Funeral services were held Feb. om Edgar Collins.
and girls 12 thru 18 years of age. 9 at Clayville Chapel with
He had been active in Estacada
The Club Secretary, Alice Car Rev. M. L.
Nelson officiating. civic activities as a member of
ter will send a list of members Burial in Springwater cemetery. the Kiwanis and Chamber of Com
to the Director of Civilian Marks
merce. He belonged to the Est-
manship in Aprl requesting the
acada St. Aloysius Catholic Ch-
HECTOR HOMER ANDERS
annual supply of ammunition
The local American
Legioumade frof a feather bed.
Hector Homer Anders, 56, late ¡ urcfl
and targets for each member.
He is survived by his wife Sera-
and Auxiliary held their monthly
Regular sewing day will be oi
The National Rifle Association of Estacada Rt. 1, died
phine. foster daughter
potluck supper Monday evening, Feb. 20 at 10 A. M. Potluck din has designed a while series of 15 night at his farm home.
He was bom at Estacada Marcu his mother Mrs. Anna Treckeme
last week, with 60 members pre ner at noon. There is much wort junior
and his sisters Mrs. Mary Ann
sent with visiting guest Geo.Vi- to do and members interested i When a shooter completes
any 23. 1902 and was a life time resi Mead,, Mrs. Vincenza Ullom and
anne, District 9 Commander and sewing are cordially invited to of these he can receive awards dent of this area except for
in Mrs. Josephine Osborne.
Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Buoy.
in the form of diplomas,
lapel years in Stayton and 2 years
Funeral services were at
Harlalee Wilson, music instruc
Scholarship Chairman Mrs.Mh pins, medals and felt
St. Ignatius Church Portland, a!
tor of Estacada
High dred Alexander asked the unit to Senior members have
9:30/ M. and place of burial wa
School accompanied by Mrs. Lu send their contribution to
witn and Garfield Grange.
Survivors are his
wife Mrs. Mt. Calvary Cemetarv, Portland.
entertained the Nurses Scholarship fund;
$lo awards for efficiency.
Bertha M. Anders, Estacada:sons,
group with a number of
violin was sent. Members are asked to
selections, which was enjoyed save their Folger coffee bands
and Ronald J. of Estacada: daugh
by the group.
and labels for the coffee maker.
William Moulton, 59, of Rte |
Auxiliary welfare chairman re
The Americanization Council
2 Estacadj, passed away Monday.
ported on assisting wit a layette, in Portland will hold their annu __The Woman's Society of Chris Mrs. Ora McCartney, Estacada: Feb. 9, at the Holiday Park Hosp
and needed clothing and shoes al reception for new citizens Fob.
ital in Portland
for a girl and boy. She thanked 22 at Public Auditorium.
The home of Mrs. Dewey Qualls on da and Leonard Anders. Mackay,
He is survived by his daughter,
the group for helping sort clo program is most impressive and
Mrs. Maxine Rethe!, Estadada. !
Lpnch, Seaside and Mrs. Nadine
thing and assisting in filling the all should attend.
son will be in charge of the pro- Rice, Oregon City; half sister.Mrs and sons William Moulton, Om.aha I
bags for the Children’s Founda
A special dinner will be serv
Neb. and Major Moulton of Wat-1
Dan Gorton, San Mateo, Calif: 5 sonville, Calif, and a brother,
ed to the Legion on their 40th
grandchildren and several nieces Chester Moulton of Lincoln, Neb.
Service birthday in March. Mrs. Forrest
subject is ‘Christian Work in Lit and nephews.
Chairman announced that books Eridkson, Chairman.
Private services will be held |
Funeral services were held at Friday at Edw. Holman & Son
would be placed on the memorial Members interested in
Clayville Chapel Feb. 11 under Portland, with interment at York,
shelf for John W. Clark and for welfare were reminded to attend welcome.
auspices Estacada IOOF Lodge. Nebraska.
th coordinated child welfare con
Rev. M. L. Nelson officiated. Re
The Junior Chairman
asked ference Feb. 21 at 9:30 AM at
VALENTINE FOOD SALE
for National Geographic maga Marion Hotel in Salem.
Valentine cakes and cookies win quest by family: if desired con
zines dated Nov. 1944 for study
be featured by the girls of Eagle tributions may he made to Reb- .„Climaxing a week-end of trag
of ElSalvador. The books would LEGION HAS NEW MEMBERS Creek Westminster Fellowship at ekah Lodge or to Garifeld Build edy, as we go to press, we have
a report from the District Attor
The Legion Post has reached their food sale Feb .14 in the old ing Fund.
ney’s office in Oregon City, that
Mrs. and Surpassed its
membership telephone office.
Duane Marvin Anders, son of the
Clifford Leonard announced that quota and will initiate new mem cakes may be placed in advance
Word has been received here Hector Anders of Garfield, has
we had made our National Cita bers Feb. 27 jointly
with the by writing Barbara Nelson at Ri.
of the death of Martha Maloney, confessed to the accidental slay
tion of 151 and four extra mem Auxiliary. New members —Dr. 1, Eagle Creek or phone
on Feb. 2. A resident of Eagle i ing of his father last Sunday. He
bers to spare and reported
on Lionel Burton, Bert Barnes, W. 6573.
The sequence of the above pictures (top), the
Creek, she was spending the win- ■ is being held on a first-degree
new members. Those joining the C. Leonhardt,
ter in San Diego, Calif, with her] murder charge by the County valiant Viola Cascade Riders as they get the alarm
Unit this year Mrs. Homer New Warren Dierell,
R. H. Beatty,
Miss Maloney had been I authorities.
ell and Joy Newell, Mrs. Freda John M. Clark,
that (Picture center) the fee-rocious (costume fee
Kiefl, Mrs. Lionel Burton, Mrs. Byron Stewart, Wm. Rapp, Law
Bert Barnes, Mrs. Alice Carter, rence Brown.
paid by sponsors) are going to attack our heroic
Mrs. Henry Heiple. Mrs. Byron
The Post has placed the state
Pony Express Rider, Stan Thompson. The happy
Stewart and Judy Stewart
and oratorical contest in the
ending of this little story is that Stan Thompson is
Mrs. Robert Beatty. Mrs. Sylvia sshool with
Leroy Forman as
K. Laughlin transferred
shown on his arrival at Campanella’s, Estacada’s
Longcreek and the Unit trans
Commander Louis Coffin ap- board is calling for bids on con
last outpost between Estacada and Currinsville.
ferred Mrs. Agnes E Carpenter ointed
Harry Hickman. Wm. struction of two breezeways
to The regular monthly meeting of | Permission was given to
was \ Park Board for Company D 413th
to West Seattle Unit No. 160.
Christiansen and Clyde Alexan provide shelter for children wait the Estacada City Council
ation, Clackamas County Sheriff’s
held Feb. 5. The response to the Infantry USAR in Estacada
WILL INITIATE NEW
Estacada business firms joined Office, State Police Estacada Pol
der on a visiting committee.
ing to catch buses.
MEMBERS FEBRUARY 27
The Post will cooperate with
ice Chief Jim Barden and his dep
One job is to extend the pres
Initiation of new members of the Centennial committee. Com- ent Primary bldg, breezeway 50 fire apparatus was very pleasing part of the City Park property ented locally by their new mem uty Tom Sturgis. The Cascade
the Legion Post and Auxiliary mitee appointed Wm Christian feet to the City sidewalk on the to the City Council. The folowing for occasional field training. It er, Campanelli Market to run a Riders of Viola deserve special
firms submitted bids:
Howard ¡was agreed by the Army as fol Centennial promotion pony expr mention for their fine riding gr
is to be Feb. 27 at 8 P.M. at the sen.
Frank Marshall, Adolph
Legion hall. Mrs.Minnie Forman, Still and Commander Coffin.
^ n iw ts^ th p T^ in !>Ii^fZeWK y-isIOW I Cooper Corporation, American La lows- No trees or brush will be ess ride.
oup and the furnishing of
Mrs. Mildred Alexander and Mrs.
bUlWln* ' France, Peter Prisch * Sons Co., cut or damaged, no fires will be
The Post charter was drapped r n d l r l l S
The Indian costumes
Gladys Stormer are to be comm in memory of John Clark.
Bids also caU for a breeaeway ! Western State* Apparatus ° » • permitted to be built and sanita support and Centennial spirit for were furnished by the above folks.
Several firms tion will be strictly controlled.
ittee for refreshments.
The Post cordially invites all or shelter to be constructed
at and Roney's Inc.
The event had news, radio
bid on truck chassis only.
re- eligible veterans to attend their the south entrance of the
Smoking is to be strictly limited the first running and mail pick and TV coverage that can be
ported having laundry bags and ootluck supper and regular meet- building on Second Street. This
to definite times and areas and
instrumental in bringing more
resented by Mr. Bennett
with always under the immediate su Pony Express. Those participating
table scarves made
for Camp ing on the first Monday of eacn structure woud be
9 feet higti
business to our area. Without
the pervision of a commissioned offi
White and had
2 pair pillows I month.
and 37 feet by 80 feet
j Hood Cleaners, Carl Prokop TV cooperation, support of
Councill to consider the installa
The school board will open bids tion of a wholesale and retail pet cer There will be no damage to Service, Mayroses’, Sagner’s Rich- working out promotions like this
L. D. S. CHURCH FOOD
Sunday at their
field at 4 P.M. Tuesday, February 17.
roleum and related products, as The area will be thoroughly po ] field, Frank’s Radiator Repair, i it would not be possible to have
SALE THIS SATURDAY
j them. These business houses are
course. The winners were men’s
a business to be conducted
o>i liced (cleaned up) after each use. I Estacada Motor Co.., Miller Chev-
instinctive— Al. Coates of Gres
! rolet Service, Ray’s Shell Service, (o be commended for their fine
Bolck 1, Lots 1, 2 and 3 Estacada,
The ladies of the L.D S. Church
ham; women’s instinctive-Phyllis
Under date of Feb. 2 the Esta Underwood’s Store, Tunnell’s Tex cooperation,
and Block 36. Lots 1, 2 and 3, Es
will have a food sale
Thompson, president of Oregon
Fitch of Springwater and men’s V.F.W. HALL SATURDAY
tacada First Addition. This prop cada Grade School presented a aco Service, Tommy May Coffee Pony E duress
Clackamas County News office
free style- Roy Ware of Portland.
Shop, Estacada Barber Shop, Fred
The dance at the V. F. W. hall erty at present is under option
on Sat., Feb. 14 starting at 10 A
I at Currinsville Saturday night is with Sam Barr. Immediate ac written request for a variance in MnNally, Gray’s Hardware, Sin BANK NOW HAS NEW
to be a Centennial dance in keen tion was taken by the Council in the
ordinance which clair’s Service, Rynning Drug, CENTENNIAL PENNIES
i n g with the state's 100th birth recommendin'» to the planning would give them permission to Bea’s Beauty Bar, Kiggin’s S en
The Estacada Branch
day. Prize for
in extend the roof of the contem ice. Horner's Market, Currinsville
paper. If l i r x e would welcome »warded Music by Rlxbv and his Commission that a variance
plated beezeway over the
side- Market, Taylor’s Hi-Way Market, First State Bank of
The Evergreen Bow
Hunters you to our great family of re*d- dwiTric Cftirw sn-s I"**» » 1 » ^ have **<« »ouï»«» ordinance shou'd he
Valbcrg’s Lumber Yard, Clackam now has the new Centennial pen
"»■i" tn accomodate this improv«*- wa*k area. The Council referred
held their intra club trophy shooters
**>'« to the Planning Commission. as County News, Pastime Recre-
fun. Cht«. L. V wsfriiine
Called by Death
Local Legion Post and Unit Exceed
Membership Quota Set Last Year
Grade School Calls
Estacada's Growing Pains Gives
City Fathers Hair-Raising Problems