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THE CLACKAMAS COUNTY NEWS
Estacada, Oregon, Friday, January 31, 1958
McHugh and son Michael
Sharon Kishpaugh, Clackamas ;
(By ANNE JUSTICE)
daughters o f Portland.
(Too Late for Last Week)
Perry DeLapp o f Elwood, Mrs.
A. T. Varitz of Springwater Christner and Mrs. Buckner ox
Grange was the chairman o f a Estacada and Mrs. Lloyd Kish
meeting paugh o f Oregon City.
held at the Dodge hall Monday.
29 adults and children were pre
THIS WEEK’S NEWS
sent. Several clubs were organ
The Dodge Community Club
ized, including sewing, cooking, sponsored a Chinese dinner at
forestry and livestock.
Great the hall Saturday evening. O v
interest in the entire program er 90 people were
s being shown by both Adults menu of pork chow mein, pork
fried rice, salad, hot rolls, co f
Ricky and Billy Slane have fee and tea and almond cakes.
he mumps and Debbie Bryan The hall was decorated
has the 3 day measles. Get well Chinese motif by Mrs.
Slane, Mrs. Bill Simmons and
Friday, Jan. 17, Mrs. Ed. Cas Mrs. Ronald Bryan. The wait
Mis. Ronald Bryan resses were from
were co- hostesses at a
baby Teen age club, super vised
shower for Mr. Max Kishpaugn Mrs. Slane and Mrs. Jack Kish
and Mrs. Stan Rutherford. 26 paugh. Food preparation was
ladies and six children enjoyed in the capable hands o f
an afternoon of games.
Mrs. Howard Westerberg, Mrs. Bill
Rutherford and Mrs. Kishpaugh Simmons, Mrs.Ed Caswell, Mrs.
lovely Ronald Bryan, Mrs. Paul Just
gifts. After the opening of the ice and Mrs. Paul Slane.
gifts the hostesses served a del lowing dinner the
turned over to the guests
Guests included Mrs. Am ey dancing.
Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Ott
Keeth, Portland; Mrs. Russell
D 0 ÙGE
American Legion ] GUNS SLATHERED WITH
dinner in Estacada on Sunday. |
During the afternoon they call
The old saying about having
ed at the Gentemann and Ay- our cake and eating it too has
cock homes in Springwater.
taken on a new and deep sign
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Conner, ificance.
formerly o f Dodge became the There is no doubt whatsover
parents o f a 7 lb baby boy
at that military spending is
in Oregon for a big jump—perhaps much
City this week end. The baby bigger than the President indi
will be named William Bryan cated in his budget
Conner II after his grandfather And. along with this, there is
Wm. B. Conner of Dodge.
Kevin Justice is recovering non-defense spending will be
from a fractured jaw. He and materially reduced in any dir
his brother Tom were indulging
in a bit of
horseplay Friday Those who want the govern
morning while waiting for the ment to everastingly take
more and more responsibilities,
school bus. Both fell and in the
« nsuing melee Kevin’s jaw was costs, are mobilizing now.A last
ditch fight will be made t() get
Mr. and Mrs. Dallas
Kish maximum appropriations
Mrs. Lloyd Kish welfaie, grants to states, social
paugh were Saturday evening ized power projects,
farm subsides, .pork-barrels as
visitors in Dodge.
The newly formed 4H Clubs usual, and all J inner of hand
in Dodge will
begin holding outs.
If this fight is successful, the
meetings this week.
year cooking club
will meet nation will face two
with their leader Mrs.
Paul One is higher taxes on top of
Justice Wednesday evening at already staggering taxes. The
Club members are other is deficit financing and a
Sally, Karyle and Sherry R e p - further cheapening of the dol
olds, Celia Begulin and Susan lar - - that is more isflation.
This isn’t a question of whe
Caswell. The meeting will be
organizational in nature.
ther we shall have guns or but
ter. It is a question of whether
vast gobs of
will be slathered onto the guns.
Economic undermining o f this
country would serve the Soviets
ns surelp as military
mining. Never did a Congress,
an Administration or the people
face plaine facts.
recognize them and act accord
ingly or will they continue on
the road to bankruptc; via in
The state of Oregon produc
ed over-all income of slightly
more than $3 biilion last year.
Of that sum the Oregon Voter
reports $1.155.000.000 was ab
sorbed in direct taxes, fees, li
censes, contributions and other
froms of compulsory or manda
tory assessments, not including
false; that workers and mana
gers, employes and employers,
are essentially cooperators
system of private capitalism is
a marvelouss system of social
Broadhurst of Estacada. A nice
dinner and visit was
by all. ,
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Lun-
deen were pleasantly surprised
to have her cousins Mr.
Fortland and Mr. and Mrs.Clar
A specialist on Soviet science ence Yand of Singapore, Thai
and industry who is associated land, as dinner guests on Fri
with the Standard Oil Compa day of last week.
ny of Indiana says that Russian
Mr. and Mrs. Alvin
boys and girls even in the first
enjoyed a trip
10 grades of school put in more and children
than 35 percent of their time last week to Kelso, Wash., to
on science and mathematics.By visit friends.
way of contrast, columnist Jay
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Cromer
Hayden states that during 1955
only 3 4 .4 percent of all
high of Seattle visited last
school students took chemistry; day with Mr. and Mrs.
24.5 p rcent took physics; 9.2 York of Estacada. Jack Cromer
pei cent took trigonometry, and was a former graduate of the
7.5 percent took solid geometry local high school.
1 The Tax Foundation
Henry Hazlitt writes in News that in every year but one be
week: ‘What we must do is to tween 1945 and 1955 consum
answer the Communists with ers spent more to support gov
truth and clarity on every int ernment than they spent
ellectual level. We must point i food.
out that government ownership
and operation are gros- ly inef
Mrs. Lucy Broadhurst
ficient; that socialism does not as dinner guests on Monday
create wealth but impoverish Mrs.Winnie Lakin and son Bud
ment; that dialectic material of Salem, Mr. and Mrs. Arnie
ism is nonsense; that the whole Broadhurst, Mr. and Mrs. Bob
Brown, and Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Mrs Della Nicholson visited
with Mrs. Mollie Bates on Fri
day afternoon of last week.
We are glad to see Rev. Vio
let Bolliger out
again. She was sick in bed ten
days with the flu.
Maxine Smith .daughter of
Mr. and Mrs.Eugene Smith, en
tered into kindergarten.
Smith is employed on the dam.
That’s Wetherby. the investment banker!
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A L E X G R E S C H O K , toiler o f W e y e r h a e u se r's W h ite River tree farm teaches a new step to b eg in n e rs In Enum claw 's
M e r r y M ite s folk d a n c in g group . The G re sch o k s a re a rd e n t folk dancers. A le x a n d wife Lena b e lo n g to an
adult g ro u p a n d help d a u g h te r Lorilyn teach 5 4 juvenile M e rr y M ites. S o n A lla n is a m em ber o f this group .
Prices o f windows vary with size
W hile you’re in, look over our storm doors
meet one of your forest industry neighbors...
Active in Cub Scouts, Little League baseball and folk dancing,
Alex Greschok’s leisure-time interests center around his family
Forest industry pay checks work
for everyone. The average family
spends $100 of income like this:
and community. He is typical o f today’s forest industry people.
make valuable social and economic contributions to this area.
Like Alex, most are permanent homeowners and taxpayers who
F o o d ........................................
H o u sin g ....................................
C lo t h in g ........ .........................
Today some 160,000 men and women work in the Washington
A u tos a n d tra n sp o rta tio n ..........
and Oregon forest industry. Their earnings total about 750
H o m e fu rn ish in g s ......................
million dollars a year. Most o f this money is spent locally. . .
M e d ic a l a n d p e rso n a i c a r e . . . .
T a x e s (incom e a n d p r o p e r t y ) . .
Recreation, sa v in g s, insurance,
spreading out into all channels of trade. These payroll dollars
help support healthy community grow.h and prosperity.
Pay checks and other expenditures of the forestry industry are
F stitn n ted fr o m U . 8 . B u reau o f T .«b or S ta tistic*.
S u rv e y o f C o n s u m e r K t pen d t u re« baaed on
averag e w a g e earner fa m ily o f 1?.4 i h t m i i u .
the basis for about one-half o f our regional economy. Balanced
timber growth and harvest sustain continuous plant operations...
a major factor in the economic stability o f our region.
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