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Clackamas County News, Estacada, Ore., Aug. 9, 1957
this fall in Calif.
the Grange Fri but we put on
Mr. and Mrs. Hawley Steele two coats of varnish on the
called at the Ray Gordon home new statins and cleaned
(By Leila Gordon)
Saturday and brought along a hall for the meeting Aug. 10
Miss Beverly Ann
Moore, sack of nice new potatoes.
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clar
We hope to see all membersi Visiting at the Sylvan Car
ence Moore formerly of Gar of Garfield Dorcas Society at
the past week were Mrs.
field, and Norman Hansen will the picnic at River Mill Aug. ters
Carters sister Mrs.
be married at Estacada Chris 15. No meetings in July or Aug Mathis
tian Church Aug. 16 at 8 P.M.
Sue from Erwin, Tenn. Other
Reception wil follow at Gar
were Mr. and Mrs. Eu
field Grange and all
friends were Mr. and Mrs. Maxon Alf visitors
Beckie gene Uliva, Mrs. Carters sister
Beverly has been a and two
good worker in the
Grange Gredvig; Beckie and Stephen from Seattle, Wash.
their ; Mr. and Mrs. John Abbott
and all join in wishing them Alf are stayisg ' with
giandma, Mrs. Gena
Ballou and family took their house
for a week
trailer up the Clackamas and
Miss Pat Duus is home on a '
visit from her teaching
YOUR SOCIAL SECURITY ted on this average and once
By James Piazza
your rate is established,
Q: I am under the impression only way it will raise is if you
that once I file for Social Se earn a higher salary. For ex
curity and receive checks I ample, a worker whose earn- j
can never have my benefits in ings have been $1200 a yeari
creased thereafter. What hap subsequently has two gooo
pens to the additional money years and earns $2400 each ,
paid in on my account?
year. These earnings wil raise
his benefit j
A: Unless you are receiving his average and
amount would be increased.
Q: Will accepting disability
($108:50) you con have your
benefits increased if you earn checks before age 65
ings in the succeeeding year or the amount of my regular soc
years, as the case may be, in ial security when I become of I
crease your AVERAGE month age?
ly wage. Benefits are compu- ‘ A : The amount you receive
as distability benefits will be
the same as ix you were 65.
There is no reduction because
Q: I was told the amount of
pension from the Veterans Ad
ministration woud be
against my disability benefits.
Recently I read about a change
| in the law. Was this provision,
Mr. and Mrs. Max Mey
A* The offset provision was
Spokane were the guests
the Gohrings for the last few changed; however, if you re-
days. Many here thought the I ceive a non-service connected
pension, change in the law will
two men were brothers.
not effect you.
The law now
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Leonard provides that any service con
are entertaining their son Col. nected disability paid by the|
Gene Moore, his wife and son V. A. will not be offest against I
Gene from Washington, D. C. social security. A person re
ceiving non- service connected i
Visiting at the Chuck Baker disability from the V. A. will
home this week is his mother, have
againts social security
from Shelby, Montana.
Dr. and Mrs. Eldon
are occupying the Wittmeyer
apartments on Upper Main St.
C tir r in s v ille S to re
fair at Mrs. Keeth reports that Mrs.
Richard Miller attended the
Norris is much improved and
Miller and Jerry Ruhl
and Gresham Saturday eve.
well on the road to recovery.
Willard Allen are home
two weeks furlough from the Mrs.Jim Anderson and daugh- j Mrs. Marion Miller of Spo
Army Reserve at Fort Ord, Cal. ter Sandra visited Mrsl Peter kane is visiting her
son’s parents Mr. and Mrs. 1 .1
Mrs. Ruth Keeth and Mrs. Ford
Mrs. George Arsmstrong en
tertained at a 1 P.M. luncheon Wash., on Sunday. The occa Darrow.
Thursday in honor of Mrs. sion was a family farewell for
Harry Kaufman of Logan, her Mrs. Peterson’s sisters who are | Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Peterson
sister, Virginia form Los An traveling East for a vacation. formerly of Molalla, have mo
geles, Mrs. Alice Carter and
ved into the parsonage next to
Mr. and Mrs. Don Sturgis’s j the Chirstian church on Pierce
Mrs. Mary Reed.
son Gary Dale will be tempor- j St. Oscar will assist at one
knee of the lumber mills in the Cur-
Mrs. Catherine Williams of arily handicapped for
leg rinsville district.
by correction because
Misses Billy and Francis Kas- braces.
ner spent Monday at the home
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Linn
Mrs. Susie Moore is
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Keeth vis
of Mrs. Mabel Ware.
ited his sister
Mrs. Blanch tended the Linn family reun tioning at the beach where she
Suppose you were to bore a
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Peterson, | Norris of Salem, who has been ion in Portland last week end expects to spend several days, hole exactly through the earth,
depending on the weather.
starting from New York, and
daughter Sandra and Tamara hospitalized for the past year. with about 80 in attendance.
you went in at this end. Where
would you come out?
If I !
walk into a room full of peo
ple and place a new penny up
on the table in full view of ev-
[ eryone; what does the coin do?
ESTACADA SHOE REPAIR SHOP
R. & L. SHOES STORES, Inc.
H. L. Banks, Operator-Manager
Quality Shoe Repairing
NOW IN STOCK
Cowboy and Logger Boots, English Brogues,
Spring Styles for Ladies, Children’s and Work
Shoes for Men and Boys. - - SPECIAL! Join
our family shoe club and get a pair free!
MEAT CUT FOR LOCKERS
Including Hauling, Butchering, Cooling, Cut-
tin, wrapped and delivered for Gc lb.
Pork 8c lb.
Cooling, cut, wrapped and delivered, 4c lb.
Dial CR. 9-5145
FIRST Of THE WEEK
COUPON SPECIALS! .............
GOOD ONLY MONDAY, TUESDAY,
WEDNESDAY, AUG. 12-13-14
Fri-Sat, Aug 9-10
We reserve the
right to limit!
At CURR1NSVILLE STORE
Kraft Kitchen Fresh
46 oz. Tin
Orange or Grape Drink 4 for $ 1 .0 0
Red Snapper, lb. 35c
Proctor & Gambles New Golden
FLUFF0 Shortening 3 Lb. Tin 7 7 C
MT. ANGEL, Aged 4 to 6 months
Chet's Frozen, Ham, Chicken, Turkey
Pkg. 6 7 C
Quick, Easy and Satisfying
Corned Beef lb. 59c
BONELESS, NO WASTE
Short Ribs of Beef
Hood River Pure Pickling
Gal. 5 9 c
For Boiling, Stews or Barbecuing
U. S. No. 2
| P P ^ % | L a r g e 12 Oz. Pkg.
W li« » » t ie s
!l f o r G f f r
A man in these
brought great fame t0 himself
by choosing the golden rule of
conduct for all girls
throbs of courtship. When his
wife refused to have anything
to do with her pretty daugh-
er’s love affair it was then up
to dad to guide the daughter
to a happy marriage. He noted
that the girl was a great lover
of mayonnaise and ate it at ev
ery meal and there was always
a bottle of it in sight. So he
told his daughter that upon ev
there is printed exactly what
to do in courtship and the af
fairs of men and adhering
strictly in every case she will
be happy ever after.
An engagement ring is a
tournequet appied to the third
finger of the left hand of a
girl to stop circulation.
1—Out of the hole,
3 for 29C
C O U PO N S
1 0 U k - 8 9 c
C O U PO N G O O D OJTLT A T I IO H N d ll’S « » G C H IR F STO RK
M O N D A Y , T U E S D A Y , W ED N E SD A Y
Mr. and Mrs. Otto Henrick-
son from Eugene visited
parents, Mr. and Mrs
Wade over the weekend.
Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Wade
have had their
guests for a
Bobby, Bruce and Gerald Hen-
rcikson. Bobby celebrated his
10th birthday while here and
was treated to a party by
Wayne and Darlene.
3 for 29C
r o t- P O N
2 for 2 9 C
i t 's g o t t h a t
g oo d beef
O V M -Proo* O ln o o rw o r. and
M atching I f I f c h .n w a r . In t h .
• « d o s i r . " „ i v , g .M IS T "
d .c o r a tio n .
L-~ > TASTE!
(uninsville Merc. Co.
h o r n f r ’ s
TU ESD A Y .
b ig m a r
S ID S F S iA Y
5 9 C Pkg.
G O O D ON LY AT H O R N E R ’S B IG C H IE F
M O N D A Y . T U E S D A Y . W E D N E SD A Y
STO R E
4 t in s
A. D. Benshoof
Plumbing and Heating
N O W A v a i l . 0 1 . I n O P IN
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Attract!«. W a t . O d « • « ' F*K
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5 Lb. Bag
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Mo* J n ) H O h
STO R E
G O O D ON LY A T n O R N E R ’S B IG C H IE F
M O N D A Y , T U E S D A Y . W ED N ESD A Y
50 Lb. Bag
The primrose is
flower, dainty and
Why should she be the symbol
of a gay immoral street.
—Vivian Stratton, Portland.
General Sheet Metal
Phone MU 7-2881
REMEMBER! NO SALES WITHOUT
COUPONS, AND COUPONS ARE
GOOD AUG. 12-13-14 ONLY
Horner’s Big Chief