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itial bids were opened Augoat and Mr. and Mrs. Glen Mungei under Social Security. Can I Memorial Park in
23 and Angust 30, consisting o f Portland and Mr. and Mrs. qualify as a widow and receive Rev. Edwin 8. Coy officiated
Pallbearers were Rollle Pop
o f lumber and
plywood. By Otis Rich spent the weekend at benefits before I am 65 without
pino, Alfred and Fred Aldon,
terms of these procurements, Austin Hot Springs, driving to any reduction?
NEW STATE INCOME
Tax Commission in Salem, or
No. Eeven though you John Seaburg and Everett Y o
firms with over 500 employees, High Rock and picking a few
TAX SCHEDCLE ask for a copy at any of the
are a widow,
your benefits cum.
and foreign firms are not per- huckle berries on Monday.
A new state income tax with Commissions field
m it ten to iompete.
Mr. and Mrs. John
Kaston would be reduced if you filed
holding schedule, based on the Horn said.
WANT TO SELL IT?
competition at reasonable pric- and
Mr. and Mrs. Clayton your application before
new withholding rates estab
TRY A NEWS CLASSI
es to the Government w ill de- Bjork and family and
Kathy are 65, inasmuch as you would
lished bp the last
FIED AD. THE COST IS
of | Valberg spent Monday at
the be filing on, your own earnings
termine the future extent
has been pubished by the Ore NEARLY 958 HAVE
SMALL AND THE
this program. This action
e s -1 R. Burns cabin in the
gon State Tax Commission.The LICENSES SUSPENDED
SULTS ARE BIO.
tablishes two o f
the largest tans, having a very enjoyable
Nearly 950 Oregon residents
new rates are
Q: Why are
Federal procurement agencies day.
closely approximate the actual had their licenses to drive sus
wives and women workers re
tax liability o f each taxpayer,
of Engineers and
Bonneville and daughter spent the week duced and benefits to widows
tki'ng" into account'the amo'unt | lin* with Oregons traffic laws
as ac end at Diamnod Lake fishing. and dependent mothers not re
of his salary and the number ! But the drivers who lost lie-
Mrs. James Hoffmeister
o f dependents.
I enses were but a small portion
A. Since widows and
The new withholding rates of the number in
1 Dr. Leavitt of Sandy.
pendent mothers have lost the
are to apply to all
paychecks Oregon courts reported a tota brated his 6th birthday recent-
received by employees begin-, of 11,407 traffic violation con
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Mark income or support they have
small friends at his
ning September 1, according to victions for August.
ham, Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Bux | received, Congress
ton, Mr. and Mrs. Ezra Menser, ed their greater need. In most
S. W. Horn, Tax Commission
Reasons for license suspen
(By Mrs. Erma Rich)
i Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Frost re cases, it is practically imposs
chairman. -He points out that, sions, according to the August j an outdoor supper at 6 P.M.
Games were played with fa-
Mr.and Mrs. Rosco Knox,M r.! cently returned
home from ible for them to get
the rates were raised from 1 report from the Department of
vors given the children. Child- anc- Mrs. Mayes Knox of Post, deep sea fishing at
Illawaco. While most wives also receive
percent to 2 percent in
1956, Motor Vehicles, included:
Darlene Oregon, drove down Thursday Found salmon fishing good.
their support from tfieir
but the recent legislature au
intoxicated ren present
Larry Childs, son o f Mr.and band. he is still alive and able
Commission to 275; reckless driving, 68; viol Dodd, Steven Kimmell, Larry ^ to attend the wedding of their
publish tables that would in ation o f basic rue, 46; hit and Fowier, Diane Clayville, Ilene neice, Miss Darlene Knox, the Mrs. Kenneth Childs is home to support her. Working wo
clude allowances for
exemp run, 10; failure to report
an and Kathy Barr, P e g g y Price, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jim I on furlough from the U.S.Navy men have supported themsel
Mr. and Mrg c M
tions so that the amount with accident, 39; driving record— , Pamela Smith
. Lucile M ont-; K nox.
Malar ves and are, therefore, usually I
and I M. R. Bader is now home af- and family had a vacation trip self-sufficient.
held would more nearly equal too frequent accidents or c o n -1 F?.l]™er£.’ .San,,Jose„ Calif.,
the tax liabilit yof each
tax victions. 91; and involvement M,ke Calmettes, Hood m -
For further information or |
! ter spending several days
in J up in Washington visting Mrs
also the grandparents. Mr. and ] - a - Portland
in fatal accident 9.
. . . . . . . . hospital
making the details dircet your inquiry to
One hundred and six drivers
from a perforated ulcer.
Mr. j drive around Hood Canal. Had your nearest Social
Tne newly publisned tables
ver, uncle and aunt,
and family a very enjoyable trip and good Office, located at 927 S.W. 4th
also give instructions to emplo had to be given additional per Mrs. Ben Montgomery,
San and Mrs. Bader
Ave., Portland, Ore. CA6-3361
wish to extend their thanks to weather.
yers preferring to use a
per iods o f suspension under Ore
the Boring Firt Dept, for the
centage system for their own gon law because
and Mrs. George Smith, Port-
blood donors, and the members
convenience. To do this, a for found to be driving while al
LAST RITES FOR CLARA
o f the Methodist Church
and YOUR SOCIAL SECURITY
mula ia contained in the publi- ready suspended.
By James Pizza
iation that will enable the em
Mrs. Mikel (Clara Mae) Ma-
Q: I am a disabled farmer
ployer to compute the percent
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hick
57 years old. I have a son who tulewski, died at her home in
age withholding for the various
Malcolm Frost o f Portland man are grandparents of twin him during his stay in the hos is 30 and he has been complet- the Squaw Mountain area,Aug.
pay periods ann salaries.
head o f National Gulid of Pi baby girls, Donna Lee, 5 lbs. 5
ly disabled since birth.
Can I 29th following a long illness.
Examples of the new
rates ano Teaihers, will conduct reg ounces nd Deborah Jean, 5 lbs.
Boring Grade School opened draw anything for him?
Mrs. Matulewski was
show that a single man with a ular classes in Estacada at the 4 1-2 ounces born Sept. 3
in on Tuesday, Sept. 3.
1881 in Pine j
A: No. Among the factors on May
monthly salary of $500
will home o f Mrs. Elsie Hale Mon. Oregon City hospital to
Mrs. Marilyn Cabo and little for entitlement to
auxiliary Grove and spent her entire life
have $25 withheld
from his Sept. 17 at 10 A.M. Mr. Frost is daughter and husband, Mr. and daughter Lisa are visiting her benefits (for your fam ily) the in Oregon.
She had lived on
For a married man I taking over the pupils taught Mrs. Donald Reed.
They are parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter most important is
that you Estacada route one for the last
Plumbing and Heating..
credits last year by Miss Bernice Has- the Reeds first babies.
with four exemption
must be receiving social securi 25 years. She was a
General Sheet Metal
the amount would be $14.70.A j pert
grandparents are Mr. and Mrs.
ty. You cannot receive bene- school teacher at the McLaren
married man listing five
Marion Reed o f Estacada Rt. 2. feeling too well the past
tw oj fits until age 65; therefore, you School for Boys at Woodburn.
emptions and $100 weekly in-
Great grandparents are
must wait another nine years
Survivors include her hus
come would have $1-70 with-
Mrs Anne Underwood enter- and Mrs. Joe Ellis o f Estacada
Joe Schwab is home now a f-! until your son becomes eligible band, Mikel, and a number o f '
past two j to draw benefits based
upon nieces and nephews.
“ 0ni , 18 Pay,check-
tained a group of young people and Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hick ter spending
The tables are being sent to ¡n her home Sunday evening, man o f Coquille.
Funeral services were held I
months in Portland hospital..He your earnings,
all employers currently listed
even;ng was spent in sing
is reported feeling better but
Q: I’ve worked under Soc- Thursday of last week at 2 P i
on the Tax Commissions mail ing, Bible, study, games and re-
Mr. and Mrs. John Prokop will have to take it easy
for ial Security the past
several M. at the Clayville Chapel in
ing list. Others desiring copies fr’eShments.
Estacada Route 1,
are grand- sometime.
My husband died in Estacada with vault interment
should address a request to the
perents of 5 lb. 14 ounce baby
Forest Lawn |
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Altwasser 1943 but he’d never
worked folowing at the
boy born to their daughter and
husband, Mr. and Mrs. Lyman
Putney of Gladstone in Oregon
City hospital Sept. 3
THE CLACKAMAS COUNTY NEWS
Estacada, Oregon, Friday, Sept. 13, 1957
NORTH FORK WIVES
wives will held their monthly
luncheon Wed., Sept. 18 at 12
noon at the Estacada American
Legion hall. All wives whose
husbands work at North Fork
or Faraday are
Evans, CR 9-3745 or Ann Bar
tholomew CR 9-6913. Reserva
tions must be in by Mon.,Sept.
16. Come and get acquainted.
A. D. Benshoof
C O M
Mr. and Mrs. Rowland Girt
are grandparents o f a
6 lb. 7
ounce baby boy born to
daughter and husband, Mr.and
Mrs. Bob Bess
¡1 Falls Sept. 4. They named the
1 1 baby Robert Stanley. Mrs. Ed
Bess, Eagle Creek, is paternal
P/V IM V
“ V ery well, Flembroke, we’ ll concede that our business
is always going downhill 1“
Wherever You Go . . . Whatever You Do . . .
P L A Y SAFE!
. . . be protected. State Auto's RECREATIO N PO LICY Is issued
for terms of 3 to 90 days in amount from $5,000 to $25,000 for
accidental death PLUS $500 for each $5,000 coverage for medical
expenses. (Sea rata table below).
H U NTING
Summar or W intar
Sports • Crullai
Tours • Convartions
Butinais or Plaasura
by Land, Sae, A ir
(Schadulad A ir Travel)
YOUR CHOICE OF THE FOLLOWING PLANS
té lé O ily lu AmmuuU mué H t Rurlméu loéUutmé h
Princ.pel t *m
M e d x e l Sapente
M edicei Expense
M ed ice i Expe*te
0 AY $
P R E M IU M
P R E M IU M
P R E M IU M
P R E M IU M
We're Proud To Be First---------
N O W A IT IN G — year Rato Aufo «j*nt will iuua yo«r
— A U T H O RIZED A G E N T -
Miss Helen L. Coxe became
the bride of Jack F. White, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Edward White
of Estacada Sept. 6
Methodist Church in Vancou
ver, Washington, with the Rev
John C. Saltman officiating.
The bride, daughter of Mr
and Mrs. Charles R. Coxe
Estacada, wore a
suit with white accessories.She
was given in marriage by her
Miss Nikki White, sister of
the groom, was maid of honor.
Edward White was best man
for his son.
The bride’s mother wore
blue suit with white accessor
ies.The groom’s mother wore a
brown suit with pink accessor
Following the ceremony the
wedding cake was served
the bride's home to members of
After a honeymoon at
beachcs.the groom will resumt
his work with the Forest Serv
ice until he reports to Fort Ord
October 5 for six months duty
with the Army Reserves. The
bride will resume her Cudies
1 at Estacada high school.
MRS. LAWRENCF ENTER
TAINS 2 LOCAL -’ LI BS
Mrs. Evelyn Lawrence was
hostess last Tuesday to
the Mt. Chapter Cheer Club of
In the afternoon 9 memben
o f the Cheer Club
for the first meeting o f the fall
In the evening the
Study Club had 10
At both meetings
guests were Mrs. Theda Tuck
er and Mrs. Edna
Michigan, mother o f Mrs.Law
rence here for the summer.
Nancy Tucker told of her 6
weeks spent in Hawaii
student at the U. o f
and of visiting many places of
interest with the other
who went there or the summer
A S S IS T A N C E P L E D G E D
T O S M A L L BU SIN E SS
assistance 0 small
I lumber industry i- being initi
ated at the
joint rc'ion between the U. S
Corn; or Fn^ineers and the
t Smal1 B uviess
Manag—. -moiincc.« that
Portlar, 1 -ffire of SB\ and the
Lumber Fu -chasing Branch of
the U. S Cor->r o f Engineers
have started > pi-'-r.am o f ex
clusive awa-d- on lumber pur
chases for firms qualifying as
small business in the SBA pro
gram This purchase
termed ’Set-Aside ann the in
FIRST—In Efficient Banking Service.
FIRST—In friendly, personal interest in the financial wel
fare of our customers.
FIRST—In working for tlis prorpe-ity of the community
L O C A L YO U N G PEOPLE
W ED A T V A N C O U V E R
Pithing • Camping
FIRST—In helping every
o v r s e r v : c e s in e v e r y w e y
groitD who needs
open to us.
Earn 2 ,V per cent on all savings
3 per cent on three year
All deposits insured to $10,000 by
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
Hours 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Week End Specials
Prices for Th.-rs. Fri. Sot. Sep! 12-14
Qt- 4 9 C
Lbs. 8 3 C
Miracle MARGARINE, 6 cubes 3 5 ^
N ow is the time for salads!
Try a delicious clam aunki
POTATO CHIPS, 75 Value
CRtAllf! CHciiE, 8 oz.
Pioneer MINCED CLAMS
G ood" Grade Beef!
Lb. 3 9 C
Lb. 45 C
Lb. 6 5 C
Try our home-made Country Style
L b .4 §C
Phone CR. 9 3218