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pay is at the all time high.Most
p Uul Slane and Leaon Reynolds!
tirement age In both cases, up
month of N ov 56, the month of
people worl; r.
A third member, Mi-s. Wm.Con- u, fiv e years o f a person’s low- Nov. 57 was 'he last month in
than ever for the meat they buy.
nor was absent
est or „„-earnings years can be which an application could
o rc i !
Debbie Jean Bryan celebrat disregarded and not figured in filed and full retroactive bene-
‘ ‘Darndest recession I
ever It doesn’t make sense except
the the avo,
ed her third birthday at at the
Thc jnniv idual re- fits puid.
saw” Louie emarked. "Usually br one thing- processing costs
the meeting by sharing her birth
hi„ hest of thu bene.
For further information
when w e have a recession pric u-'.v risen sir. ply during
pa -1 lew
few years uauur,
u r a ia t any
w en everyone.
n cr .......... _ '____ "
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details contact vodr nearest So
es o f essentials such as steel de- past
ese y - cial g ocurity O ffice located at
clire, same lor labor- But not und transport ition costs are at parents. Mr and Mrs. Ronald llts computed uni.er
an all time r.igh and these are Bryan served the ice cream and tell!s,
921' S W. Fohrth Ave.
Paul Slommsl:]. i).\ir
(By John J. Inskeep, County
, “ at sl^n ,lcanc0 . , does land, Ore. C \ 6-3361
but fast- and so ane bank
de all reflected n retaii prices.The cake. The cake was beautifully
is that decorated by Mrs. Bryan.
a*?0. bavc regarding social se
Louie our hunting and fishing posits.This recession is not caus irony o f the situation
9 to 5 Mon. thru Sat.
partner and rural philosopher ed by lack of money to my way consumers oay little attention
The Dodge Teen A ge
Club CU^1,JL •
.. NOTICE: Oui
from out Molaila way had just o f thinking i\1y boy, we are e x to these pnnrossing costs
and played host to a large group of
-A|: Beginning with the month day night. We cannot guaran
finished corn planting
as wu periencing a
P<irson ls '- " e m?y nave un tee publication It material Is
strike place the blame foh higher pri- Dodge residents Saturday even- a
drove up after 11:30. This is a against high orices by
ing at a picnic at Metzler Park. 1 ilnited earnings and still
received later than Tuesday
house ces on the pouucer.
his social security checK
Dr. L. W. Griffith
And don't tnink they
ranch- His hawk eyed -vife who don’t wield a lot of influence
as more cattle appear on
After the supper the each month ; owever, his total
Register Now With
A Complete Optical Service
doesn't like visitors who
!*rnml,s for the
' But I au concerned
with market but you just cant turn n teen-agers and their guests re- “ lie
tract Louie from his work, us in
their attitude toward meat pric crank and obtain more cattle.A turned to the community hall I determining his right to checks
Broken Lenses Duplicated
particular, i always in the kit es and beef producers in partic cow
c o w has
n a s o only
n l y one
o m - calf
i o n year.
j i a i . The
m v for
m i an
. III evening
i- v i 11111 e I of
I I dancing
U U IIO IIIK
chen at that time or
in town ular. In fact I think a lot about processes of nature are sometim-
Paul Slane and Bill Simmons “ rn ,hf T n s be*,ore, „ e ls 12\
For Summer Piano
Eyeglass Frames Repaired
spelling Louie’s hard
earned these matters while I drive the es slow. Too many get out o f are both home for a short time,
IN STRUCTIO N
W hite You Wait
money. In tb>- first instance we tiactor. I heir the Los Angeles the business and it
will take Both men arc drivers for
By delaying ton long am I like See me at the Estacada
Ve invite Comparison of
visit bri' fly ..nd git down the
have started a boycott of sorts.
ly to lose any back payments?
lervice, Quality and Price
road.” But when - “ she”
away for a long time.
“ The way I look at it is this.
A: Yes, yo.i are. We can pay Church o f God on Thurs
We do our own grinding
Louie calls her. is away
“ Here is what one
Max Kishuaugh who drives a
months days, 9:30 to 11:30 a.m.
VISION OPTICAL CO.
home Louie always invites us to Prices of meat on the hoof go farm editors has to say
about log truck for Rex Kiggins
re benefits for only 12
One thing we can say up and down with supply and present prices:”
turned to work this week after kack fr?.m
Since or 1:30 to 4 :U0 p.m.
O ffice on Powell Blvd.
many a long period o f inactivity.
t*le application is filed.
for Louie’s wife- she is a good demand. About 1951 good steers
brought as much as 38 cents a
30 1 Fine At : Budding
Telephone MO 5-3813
frills have been added for the
Special Motaer’s Day services the paymCntS to womCn undei
Jhst in time fo r lunch” was pound on the hoof.. These were convenience of the housewife were held a' ;he Dodge Church 65 could first be made for the Por»! End
C A 8-5522
Louie’s way o f greeting. " I sure
and instead of making more and follow ing Sunday School. The 4 A A A A 4 A I AAAAAAAAAI.A.:
Howard L. Smith
am glad to get this field of Or
in efficiency, Pa ¡tor Crist n o s e Proverbs 31- •N
egon 355 co n planted
man yadded costs have gone in- 10:ol for his scripture reading
Agent for Badger Mutual A
the next rair. I have been try
to tood distribution.
and the sermon was
Nati'.nsl Fire Ins.Companies
ing some o f the
new varities cents a pound This was below
I f f * k 1 j *rfi«
•Using prices of cat»le
and Mother o f Jesus Mrs. Howard
172 S. E. Fourth St.
furnished bp C live Cook but we
beef in 1947 and 1948 as an ex- Westerberg sang a solo request
O ffice Phone
found nnv that
ample. U.SX—pt o f Agriculture ed by her mother, ‘In the Gar- A
CR. 9 3854
' eats old 355 f: zld com hybrid ne:
i-iiiciuns .-haw that the net den’ roeompaoed bv M is "1. F. 4
w h pad s bidding
lue i * ■ itl ■ for the lat- Ob. There were two loui-g.ner-
' uncheon over w e filled up pi ici «. In fri
the ation families represented. Mr. a
: nsumer paid and Mrs- M. K. M erritt o f Mul- a
Al!yn T'". Pri-tf*. ' .D. with some o f Louie's 'Old Hill up to 2 j c ts ere on now.
} her prices In 1047 the aver ino were accompaned by their A
P H Y S IC IA N w SURGEON
it appears to me is age price oi‘ all choice beef at
daughters, Mrs. Louise Gaar of A
about ret iil in the United States was
that f >ks arc
.. cl ssion.
Portland and Mrs Howard Wcs-
Rvnning Drug Bldg
Phone CR 9— 3285
"IT 61.8 cents lb the iverage net terLerg of Dodge; their grand-
farm value 4 1 . 2 c, resulting in son’s w ife, Mrs. James Wester-
I f No Answer
the man frorr the country go*- berg an her ■-•hildrcn,
Call CR 9— 4152
ting 72 percci ! of the consult1 - and Phyllis o f Portland. Mrs.
er dollar. In 1957 choice beef Ernest Murry c f Mulino came
George S. lira. M.D 1
averaged 70 0c
lb at retail, with her «on-in-law and daugh-
netled the farmer only
42.4c, ter, Mr. and Mrs Louis Jepson
G YN E C O LO G Y
givin g the man in the countiy o f Oregon Cby to be with
only 60 percent o f the consum granddaughter, Mrs.
Rynning Drug Bldg-
Kishpaugh and children Danny,
Phone CR 9— 3265
"Thus the farmer, cattleman Darrell, D em is and Dorene of
or feeder received only 60 per- Dodge.
I f N 0 Answer
Call CR 9— 4152
ent o f the consumeh dollar in
The large hiway marker foca-
1957 against ?? percent in 1947. ted at the intersection o f
In the case of perk, tre percent- «Id Spi ingwater road, the new
age to the farmer n 1947 was Estacada- Moialla and
71 percent l
the consumer road is sporting a new sign of
percent in 1957. the Estacada
Agent fo r Loyalty Group A
No one claims that the
re- pointing to the
Franklin National Group
tailer is getting rich because he munityl hall and the . Hillock-
appears to be getting such
an burn Lookout.
increased short of the
consu- Mothers o the Needle Notes
Phose CR. 9 3371
mer dollar Retailers justly say
dub were guests at a party
tlnl if there were great profits P 'f‘Panc-d by ine girls at
to be made in retail meat sales, J " '
DR. P A U L O. CROWN
competition vould bring others members*’,«-
f P P . °f P
C H IR O PR A C TIC P H Y S
into the business
w t, «i gift
P a m° Mrs
IC IA N
, in, , wta
Prevent unduly Howard Begutein and Mrs.Jack
Midford Bldg. — Estacada
large proifts. The gross profit Kisnpaugh were presented with
isn't entirely in
retail aprons made by Laverne
Telephone Estacada 1F6
phase. From the time the ani- Kathi Reyno’ds.
mals lave thc faim or
feedlot, Mr. and M s. Vernon
Hours :9:30 to 5:30 p.m.
there are many hands
to go and son Pau ' f Portland spent1 A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A 4 A A A
i through befo-e the meat reach- j-he weekend at
es the consumer.
home where Mr Mills
Phone Estadada CR. 9-3275
‘Transportation, slaughter - W1V’ a rorn«'-!eIing project.Sat
ing. processing anl
retailing JV ,lJ evcaing the Connors and
have been hit by higher wages,
hjgher taxes and higlicr costs s
P;' rk, ° n
An efficient Bookkeeping
or doing bus:ness. These costs CoPllor ;jnd o h iiS ro^ of
Service at a Price You Can
are more likely to continue to Linn> Mr an<1 Mrs Wm Connor
increase rather than decrease. Eva Spicknall of Dodge
For Small Businesses
•‘A ll of wheih is another way and Mrs.. Vernon
R O S A L Y N STRU B H AR
o f saying”
Louie conclud- Paul drove to Three L y n x
Rte. 1. Box 12, F.stae ida
Serving F.astern Clackamas County Since 1911
ed "A fte r b e«i prices hit
the celebrate Mother’s Day
Phone CRestwood 9-6720
peak and st. rt to slide ; s
wo Mr. and Mrs Robert Akins and
Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.
opect this sommer,I doubt that family.
these processor f costs won’t g
Evelyn M. Lawrence
down a cent Tn fact they may ' O l ’R SOCIAL SECURITY
continue to rice. Well. I guess
By Jamas Pizza
Isstirance of All Kinds
A 1 its time to g«t back to work.”
Q: Why does the Social Sec
Estarada. Route 2. Box 94
urity base th a old age amount
Phone Estacada CR. 9-3959
■ on the last t v o yeai-s o f a pei
son’s work rather than on his
*> 0 t o 0
earrings before that date?
I>R. LIO NEL BURTON
(B y A N N E JU STICE)
A : Social Security benefits
The Dodge Communiity Club are not computed in the
met Friday evening. M ay 9. A yOU indicate They are figured
PH YSICIAN AN D
plan to allov- the
averagc earnings o f an
4-H clubs to erect a clubhouse individual either from 1937 un-
on club property was approved. , hp reache/ retirement age or
Phone CR 9-3250
Now executive board members
were welcomed, they were Mrs- from 1951 until he reaches ro
THE C LA C K A M A S CO U NTY NEWS
Estacada, Oregon, Friday, May 23, 1958
M alcolm Frost
TO THE BOYS AND GJS'S
GRADUATING FROM OUR
AND BEST WISHES
To Aii Our
I G R AD I SCHOOLS & HIGH SCHOOLS! :
Graduates of 1958
S sst of Luck for Your Future!
You Are Cordially Invited To Visit
Our Bank Where We Are Aiwavs
Ready fo Help You in financial
Matters In Every Way Open To Us.
IWT. HOOD C! .AMERS i LAUNDRY i
f* S a v e n o w a t
Farm Tracicr Company
d u r in g o u r . . .
A S A *
| To Each
[ B o y
o r G ir l}
of the Class of
H. C. SANDERS
Bookkeeping - Accounting
Contractors Loggers Mills
SCHMIDT INS. BLDG.
For Watch Repair
Open 9 to 5 Dally
d re ssé
© ah:v :
Z h' n i “ young i.a»
It’s old pump roundup
tim e . . . time to trade
that inefficient old
pump for the eco
water service that only
a new 1958 Jacuizi jet
water system can provide.
0 U n io n ’s attendant
& BEST WISHES!
May You Always Be Successful In jj
= AH Your Undertakings.
° s«e that there's nothing f°rK°
Yes, right now during our annual
trade-in event, your old pump regard
less of make or condition is worth
real money in trade on a new Jacuzzi.
Mn. Palmer M. Cnuncr, Clorn, Cnliforni*
Minute Man service is the fastest, most
thorough check-up... Royal 76 the finest, most
powerful fill-up your car can get anywhere.
WIN HS 0CI Send je • I'meetek about rou,
j GRESHAM BERRY
M i ^ û I ê W h *D
“ “° '
• 4 , cm* U n lif on proSuct • ' pprvict il puDlishpd.
n i |l «»•'4 , » « • •!>•«* to* * » 90 wmp t«
1* l.l P i L I p . Union 0 « Co . Union Oil Cpnlor.
C 0 «<•• WOO Vo* 0 ngplpo »4 C4IH.
\ , t
U N IO N O IL C O M P A N Y or catirosNiA
TUMM 4 « • » « O M O l K - n
It’ s your once-a-year opportunity to
get vastly improved water service at
a substantial cash saving. So don t
delay. Phone or come in now while
we are making these special trade-in
• ‘ of shallow or deep
wells to 400 feet, only
ore moving part and
it's above ground.
• C om pletely a u to
ing . . . self-adjusting
to changing water lev
• Burt to provide the
eitra pressure needed
for automatic washers
end garden sprinklers.
i . i l n r 'i l e e i i m e . i,- ,■ 4m ••
FARM TRACTOR COMPANY
Mt. Hood Loop & Boring Rd., Gresham Rte. 2