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Clackamas Count*» J2etos
For Estacada and Clackamas River Development
Volume No. 56
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Estacada, Oregon, Friday, Feb. 27, 1959
S3.'00 Per Year
1 LEGION A U X IL IA R Y SE W IN G
The sewing group of the A m e ri-1
|can Legion Auxiliary m et at the C f i c t a m
(# r tr
j hall Friday with 20 ladies pres- t U i l G i l l J i l l I
ont. A quilt was finished o ff and
The Estacada P T A
met on NOMINATING COMMITTEE
By Leila Gordon
other company fo r the same cov 110 little girls dresses were cut out
Thursday night in
hlgn IS NAMED
and taken home to be
Garfield Grange m et Feb. 21,
A unanimous ballot was cast
'T h e re w ill be a work day
ac A potluck dinner was enjoyed by
school with the
Last Saturday night, Feb .21,
a week late because of the storm the Grange Hall March 4. Do try
Ross giving the invocation.This for Mrs. W alter Gravin, Mrs.Guy
this large working group.
Eagle Creek Grange opened its
the week before.
A ll officers
to be there to help as there
was their Founders Day meeting. K eller and Mr. Jack McCrae for
N ext regular m eeting o f L eg
doors to a total of 97 Grangers
were present except the door man plenty o f work for all.
Pete ion and Auxiliary March 2nd
on the occasion of visitation to There were 55 present with 24
and H. E. Elmer Davis was acting Ballou and Doc Palmateer reset
pick the officers fo r next year.
6:30 P. M.
Potluck dinner, pro Eastern Star met
on M o n d a y __p
w w tw being parents.
door man and Leila Gordon gave the light poles that went down
The past presidents were intro
gram at 7:30 P. M.
Mrs. Hazel M iller
night in the Masonic temple.Mr. Grange and representatives from
the H. E. report.
in the snow storm. A piano has
thank you letter from Mrs. Kath- duced, out of
and Mrs. Reddiway of the
Mil- 9 other Granges besides,
The charter was
draped for been purchased and installed, and
eran Case, Chairman
the i tions sent the following six were
waukie Chapter were introduced
Occupying places of honor be
Hector Anders and there was ov the old one is fo r sale
Scholarship j present:
Mrs. Bob Cooke who
and also visitors from the Roose side Eagle Creek W orthy Master State Commission
er $30 turned into the grange fo r highest bidder.
I f you care to
the Estacada I served as president during 1927
a memorial fo r him.
make an o ffe r call
and 1928, Mrs. Ted Kiggins ser
Patrons Grange Master
Joe Guttridge, group fo r their contribution for
Mr. and Mrs. B ill Youngberg CR 9-3740.
the scholarship fund.
ved during 1949, Mrs. Randolph
were voted on to be reinstated,
The next m eeting w ill be visit
Mr. Cody announced that the Smith 1950, Mrs. Don Schlichter
and will be given the obligation ation and Mountain Grange w ill
be 1951, Mrs. Wm. Tucker in 1955,
and Cullison. Also
and Auxiliary w ill hold th eir an-, Matrons being introduced
greet school evacuation
at the next meeting.
be our visitors. W e hope all mem nual initiation o f new members each gave a brief history o f their
of and Mrs. Woody M iller 1956.
ings were the following:
State sometime in the afternoon
Ray Gordon told about a new bers w ill attend.
The program was turned over
Friday, Feb. 27 at 8 P.M.
Mrs. year in office: Abbie Armstring, Juvenile Grange Ch. Dorie Elmer, March 6 th.
inside paint that w ill retard fire.
W e have a tree planted by the
Mrs. Lacey reported that since to Mr. Jones who in turn intro
John Parvin talked
on new Blue Birds and we wish to thank Howard Parcel, Dist. 9 President Rose Syron, Ruth Keeth, Bessie Redlands Grange, Master Frank
is to be initiating officer.
The Meade, Gertrude Scrutton
and Elmer, Highland Grange, Master the starting o f school $1224.20 duced Mr. T o y o f the
bills in the legislature, that
he them as it will be enjoyed
for Auxiliary w ill have 12 new mem Lavena Ahnert.
Jesse Wheeloch and Springwater in savings stamps have been sold department of the high school.
considered unfavorable— one was many years, not by this
and there was $36545 sold from He spoke on the science program
Mrs. Loren Cyrus was Install Gr. Master Richard Guttridge.
b ill 85 and the other was putt alone but by the ones who ones bers and the post
February 19th. in the school
About ten ladies w ill receive ho ing officer with the following be
The program of entertainment January 5th to
ing all moneys from revenues in I who follow us.
nor guards or 5, 10, 15 and 30 ing installed: S. E. Lawrence as by the visiting
Central Grange Mrs. Allyn Price reported that L arry Fiske and Victor Starko-
one fund, that would have to be
Songs and games were in the year memberships.
W orthy Patron; Don Day as As followed the
historical theme 24 famililes with 39 children,four vitch who gave experiments on
Lecturer’s program. Leila Gordon
of some Oregon o f which were new, were taken the speed effect o f the reaction.
Leila Gordon told
how and read a poem by Lon gfellow and
Phil Lingefhack, Physics Dept,
ladles' care of at the well baby clinic on
when to call a doctor.
the thought fo r the day as read refreshments. Mrs. Minnie F or trons were presened with a gift. clothes modeled by
and February 5th.
Ken Palmateer told how to call by Lecturer Helen Parvin was:
Mr. Cody, the legislative chair cell changes light energy to el
on some old time singing led by a
man, Mrs. Mildred Alexander and The next meeting w ill be
the fire dept.; in case o f fire give Look not sorroffu lly
into the Mrs. Gladys Stormer, refreshment March 17 and the theme w ill be singer and banjo player.
man reported on bills being In- ectric energy and its uses in ev
your name, route and box num past; it comes not back
Dick Vilhauer, o f
year and the During the
business meeting trodcced in the Legislature and eryday life.
ber as there ns a map o f the dis W isely improve the present; ii ts committee .
members w ill come dressed in old each of the local Grange commit Mr. Jones reported that he had National Science department ex
trict in the office and
thine. Go forth to meet the shad
tee chairmen contribcted worth attended one o f the legislature plained about the cells o f animals
cause less confusion then you try
owy future without fear and with
and plants, and Allyn Goble ex
The meeting was
adjourned while and interesting reports. A meetings in Salem.
ing to explain where it is.
Mrs. Wm. Tucker reported on plained about the pruning, grai-
a manly heart.
and refreshments o f
red je llo special committee was appointed
Harold Middleton told the ao-
with whipped cream, coffee and ! to design a sign o identification the East Council that met in Es- ting and bedding o f plants and
The officers practiced a seat
vantages of Grange Insurance.He
trees, with Dan H eiple giving the
cookies were served by Mr. and| fo r Eagle Creek
Grange Hall tacada Feb. 4th.
was paying twice as much in an ing drill after the meeting.
Joe Barr, Chairman o f the P. plant and animal identification.
Mrs. Loren Cyrus and Mr.
and | with Shirley Burnett as
fo r Mr. Gentemann, ag. teacher,told
Mrs. W ilbur Howell. The decora- man. Mabel Tacheron the 1957- T.A. Vaudeville scheduled
On Saturday afternoon, Feb. 21
d oirg and Or
tions were in honor o f valentine 58 chairman of the Home Econ. April 3rd reported that 17 m- chat they were
at Milwaukie Presbyterian Church
Club,was presented with a 4-star ganizations had been contacted plained about the F F A club and
certiicate of recognition for her to participate and that the local | what they do.
bride of Ronald D. L>unn,
Kiwanis Club will sell pop com,
The meeting was
Rev. Harvey Schmidt officiating.
tre Boy Scouts w ill usher
and and coffee and tea were served
The evening closed with pot
The bride is the daughter o f Mr.
Mrs. Bob Cooke pouring
luck refreshments in the dining the American Legion will present with
i Estacada fighter, took
another and Mrs Leonard Verburg o f Ea
There w ill
be door and Mrs. Ted Kiggins
Th e groom is the son
! step up the fistic ladder Saturday gle Creek.
prizes between acts. The charge the cake.
Mrs. Delbert Nord-
w ill be 25c for grade school stu quist decorated the cake
night at Seattle as he won
the o f M r and Mrs. Hubert Dunn of
I dents, 35c fo r high school sted -, Mount Hood and covered wagons
Northwest F lyw eight Champion -
The bride’s floor- length gown
C A T H E R IN E P O IK IL A
ents and 75c fo r adults.
in honor o f the Centennial year.
I ship in his
Mrs. Ca herine Poikila, late o f ;V . F. W. & A U X IL IA R Y
i o f white satin
train, was one o f her own creation. Estacada route one, died
R E G U LAR M E ETING MAR.4
Rehbein had a crowd
six I H er three attendants wore velve- Portland convelescent home
thousand people cheering loudly ! teen sheath dresses o f matching Februar}’ 20th.
The local V. F. W and Auxiliary j
The matron o honor, Ir
Surviving relatives are her sis- will hold their regular meeting
as he and
Bernie Brown gave style.
them a toe to toe slug fest
AH members and j
rocked both boys more than once. bride’s sister, was dressed in rose and 5 nieces and 2 nephews.
anyone eligible wishing to
Rehbein finished strong in the
come a member please be present
Coming event— A tour fo r ben-i
2. Wm. Helm ig Place— 7 miles
third round to win the decision.
W e wish to express our thanks efit of coniferous tree growers — 1 south o f Molalla in Sawtell Road-
Loren ) Bowman, were dressed in has been a resident of the Esta
to all the business Pe ° P 'e
who i Christmas and forest.
This trip large acreage machine planted a
In the finals Rehbein met Tom pink.
cada area since 1922.
recently subscribed for flag serv WUI demonstrate methods o f ob- year ago.
1 Brown who won over him in Port-
Best man was Norman Dursteln.
Funeral services were held ou
Your flags w ill be install-( taining good stands an those not
3 . County Demonstration Area,
| land when Jerry cut his eye.This The ushers were Oscar Kern, unc Tuesday at the C layvillc Chapel ice.
as soon as they arrive.
Also so good. The date— Saturday,Feb. 2 miles east and 2 miles south ot
j was the figh t Jerry wanted and le of the groom, and Roy Cum with Rev. Vernon Ross officiating. a ed thanks
to those who rc-subscn- 29. The place— tour s tarts on Colton. Various species recently
I he proved in short
order that mings.
Vault interment follow ed at the bed. You r business is appreciated the Red Soils Experimental Area planted.
i Brown had no business in the ring
The procession was led b y two Estacada IOOF cemetery.
by the Veterans p f Foreign Wars. 2 miles South o f
Oregon C ity’s
4. Luncheon and rest stop.Old
j with him as he won an easy three- small candle-lighters named San
Thank You. L. M. Kitching,chm. Main street on Molalla Road.Pro-1 Highland School. Hot coffee,
dra, one the bride’s niece.
Remember our dances every ceed up 7th Street and out Molal -1 5. Adrian Newton
L U C IL L E B O W EN
Elaine (Mrs. K en )
Sat. nite at our hall.
Rehbein w ill continue training sang
la Road to the edge of the
city ! Marino places — Highland Grange
Mrs. George T. (L u c ille ) Bow
‘W ith This Ring I Thee
JE R R Y RE H BE IN, N. W.
limits— watch the road sign to the Hall.
after a week’s rest fo r the Nation W ed ’ and Don Johnson sang ‘W ed en, 65, late of route 2, box 41,Es
F L Y W E IG H T CH AM PIO N
al which w ill be held at Toledo,
ight (w est)
6 . Glenn Schaeffer place Bor-
tacada, died Wednesday of last
area is located across
the road j ing. Blue Spruce irrigated
Jerry Rehbein, popular young i Ohio.
A reception in the church par week at an Oregon C ity hospital
from the PGE plant.
year old. Effect o f pre-emergence
lors followed the ceremony. Serv following a short illness.
Cautions— be on time; bring a sprays,
FOOD SA LE SATU RD AC
ing coffee and punch were Mrs. Mrs. Bowen was b om
sack lunch and coffee cup. Coffee
Kenneth R. Stone and J.
The Christian Church
Ladies Clara Furman, the groom’s aunt, 1893 in W est V irginia and
w ill be served at noon.
R. McGinnis, Boring, Douglas F ir
A id will hold a Baked Food and and Mrs. Ed Meyers.
Miss Lora lived in Estacada fo r
on heavy soil 8 years old.Shear-
Tamale Sale at the
Clackamas Davis handled the
guest book. eight years. She had been a res
Stops- 1. Red Soils Experimen ing demonstration.
County News office on Saturday, W edding gifts were arranged by ident o f the state since 1948.
tal area— 8 tree species planted
Survivors include the widower,
Tour open to anyone wishing
Feb. 28 from 10 A.M. until sold June Dunn, the groom’s aunt, and
March ’59 without irrigation.
George T; a son, W oodrow W.
Mrs. Harold Thompson.
The Future Homeakers o f Am
Nevada; erica chapter at Estacada Union
For her daughter’s
wedding Peterson of La Vegas,
Miss Betty L. High School will be one o f
Mrs. Verburg chose to wear a blue three daughters,
commenced to talk
Mrs. 106 Oregon chapters participating
sheath dress and matching
hat. Canfield, Reno, Nevada;
neighbors. ‘ “ The honeymoon is
Louise Flesher, Barbersville, W. in the annual state meeting Mar.
The Estacada Garden Club w ill
The groom's mother wore pink.
o v e r at one place. He has quit
meet next Monday, March 2 at
Follow ing the church reception Va; Mrs. Rosemary Lewis, Gres 6 and 7 at Oregon State College.
| calling her his dear and instead
1:30 P. M. at the C ity Hall
the bridal party was entertained ham and eight grandchildren.
Future Homemakers o f Am eri
Funeral serivees were held
at ca is composed o f
the following hostesses:
at the home o f the groom’s par
I mighty careful what you are say-
Still, Bessie Hills,
1 ing” said the fellow who came in
The newlyweds w ill make their Chapel in Estacada. Private Cf>m- classes.
State membership now
N ow playing at the Broadway
with him. 'He is a good patron
Marguerite K eller is to speak on Theatre everything a great wes home in a houseboat
totals 3,904 girls. Approxim ately.
1 o f yours and you can’t afford to
‘Flower Arrangements W ith
a tern should be and more COW Washington in Seattle, where the
400 chapter representatives and
make mistakes.” ‘I known that
Religious Them e.” Grace Still B O Y starring Glenn Ford
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advisers will take part
and groom is employed
W e saw the story in print again from a personal conversation I
is to demonstrate use of the col Jack Lemmon in a technicolor Controls in electronics work. The Chamber o f Commerce Meeting at meetings at the college.
again the other
Charlie had with a doctor several years
Judy gckersley is president o f Spence told it to the writer many a « » about mistakes
epic o f the cattle drives from the bride is a graduate of Estacada 8 PM Monday evening at the City
He told me
this Rio Grande to the stock yards of Union High School.
the local chapter. Adviser is Miss years ago. W e rode several thou- that once he careless^ cured
month is to be ‘Breath of Spring' Chicago A real western thriller.
B everly Wilcoxon.
| sand miles together in the state. millionaire in three visits.'
composed o f tints and tones ami Second feature— Academy aw _
This yea r’s fourteenth annual W alter Pierce used to tell it
shades o f green; also A ll Green ard winning Joanne Woodward
his meetings also. It was suppos
of in her
Itenmal high lights including
* ed to have originated
spring flowers and accessories. FACES OF EVE.
pageant, ‘Oregon My Oregon’pre- Springwater Grange hall.
Based on a
The old timer came to town the
Horticulture is always welcome. true case history o f an emotion
sented by the various chapters.
She was a great speaker, well- other day and about the flrse fe l
Women interested in flow er ally disturbed woman who is
Theme or the meeting
w ill be known fo r her lectures and flow low he met was Hugh Cariin.They
growing and flow er
arranging dull listless housewife at tlm es-
and personal ‘Preparting for Tomorrow.”
The Clackamas County News tacted by letter
er arrangements and
fo r her had a good talk about doings back
are invited to attend.
One o f the meeting
features down to earth ideas on gardening. in 1840 or thereabouts. It might
without warning shg blacks out w ill endeavor to obtain and print meetings the four or fiv e
wii be awarding o f state
home- She spoke
sewage firms as recommended.
and suddenly becomes the sexy the City o f Estacada’s
of resetting, cultivation have gone on for the rest o f the
There are two m ajor projects maker dergrees, the top honor for anj miHtches and fertilizers and day but Gussie showed up
This is a picture more disposal plans W e feel that by
certain ones. 'Per- insisted on going home.
readily appreciated and under
qualify, girls must complete re- tonally I use a great deal o f old knew which side his bread
stood by adults in that changes Council many misleading state
For some plants butered on and went along. N o
in her personality are so
very ments and rumors can be fore- system. The Council, not wish quirements in school, home, and row manure.
public community service.
A il o f the information ing to enter into
I there is nothing
The body came along for a few min
striking and positive.
Starts Sunday through Tues printed by the paper is obtain- j works without sufficient time to
hand o f a man went up and
he utes and that gave the old timer
The P T A W ell Baby Clinic is
day— Hall Wallis presents in vis- able by anyone from the records consider it carefully, took all of
Rev. and Mrs James O. Moore asked 'H ow old does the cow have a chance to cuss high prices but
to be held at the Estacada Grade
I t was the year 1956 for the purpose o f 1
ta vis ion T H RA1 M AK E R a dra in the Recorder’s office.
he soon had somebody to tell that
2 oz. 1 to be?’
School Thcrsday, March 5 from
r m l 1 , , b
matic story with hilarious come shown by the article dated Feb. making investigations o f modem ? **
he went into the big town
9:30 to 11:30 A. M. F or appoint
regular j * * ’
dy overtones.Stars Burt Lancas 13 that the State Sanitary Auth- facilities. Besides the
week.went into a
ment call Mrs. Allyn P rice CR9- ter,
follow ing the sit- twelve council meetings
during ar? . ' . I
A bunch o f t a c a d a business
Katherine Hepburn and o rity has been
around a little and made for thp
that year there were
held ten a" d
men were eating together
and door. A woman clerk stopped him
Wendell Corey. W hen the rains uation since September
don’t come he has to return the W ith the long history o f unsatis- *PC'al council
and committee ow*
P£ ? ' a" d A " * ^ hmther ,a,klnfi about thls and that A feI‘ and asked what he wanted
y ioins a b th
low came by and
somebody re said he wanted to ask what it was
hundred but before he gets very I factory conditions it is not sui- meetings on the sewer and sur- pa^ents. ,
Mr. and Mrs. Donald C. Fore I far it begins to rain so he
marked ‘‘Have you noticed how she had around her neck and she
goes prising that in Januray 1956 the face water drainage problem now and a slstPr_____________
always lets his friends pick up replied a ribbon. ‘Everything is
man of Estacada Rt. 1 are the back after the money and
the Sanitary Authority cracked down confronting the City. These facts
Mr. and Mrs. L arry Mehl
o f the f e d WU?”
Yes, said some- so high in here that I thought it
parents o f a son, Ronald L.,bom
on the City and insisted that an are primary. W e feel the Coun
the prelim inary Monterey, Calif., arrived
early bodyelse "he has an impediment was your garter.” Soon a bunch
by cil has taken
N ext week— Pat Boone in ro l engineering firm approved
reao- Saturday morning and surprised ‘ n
This order steps efficiently. I f our
licking M A R D I GRAS plus B IT them be employed.
cronies was aruond him again and
patience we Larry's Mother, Mrs. Olive M
TE R V IC T O R Y
N ext week’s resulted in the hiring of Carl b. ers will have the
he happened to think: I just got
Mrs. Floyd Day became ill on
uesday of last week and
friend o f mine living in another
ken to the Holladay Park Hos- film the children w ill love with a
trey on Monday.
(Continued on Page 4)
three stooge comedy and cartoon only after the Council had coti- Sanitary Authority.
0. E. S. Chapter
March 4, Garfield Grange Plans Work
Day for Improving Grange Hall
Eagle Creek Hosts Estacada P.T.A. Founders' Day to be
Observed Feb. 18, with Fine Program
Legion and Unit to
Miss Verbürg Wed
Jerry Rehbein, Local Fighter, Wins
Northwest Flyweight Championship
Called by Death
Sat., Feb. 25, Set for County Tour
To Inspect Farm Tree Planting Program
Local F.F.A. Boys
Taking Part in
Mar. State Meet
Mrs. Keller to
Speak at Garden
This Person & That
Good Western Film
at the Broadway
Information on Estacada Sewage anti ™
Drainage Problems to be Outlined
Clinic Set Mar. 5