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YOU* SOCIAL SECURITY
By James Piazza
Q: My husbaiul is blind and be
cause of this signs his checks by
mark. Since this signature by
mark must be witnessed by two
persons, it makes cashing hts
checks exceedingly difficult. Is
there any way we can avoid this
8EW8 Oswego Waler Carnr/ulQueenCavorls
A: No there isn’t. So long as
he is capable of directing the
use of his own funds, we will
pay him on his own behalf. Ad
mittedly this makes for an awk
ward situation, but we have no
authority to pay anyone on his
behalf unless he is not capable 01
handling his own funds.
Q: How can I get a record of
my wages under Social Security?
[ S A R D OF H E A R I N G
An important announcem ent for those who need
he ring help - - -
Mr. KEN BENTON an
expert w ill be at - -
Jones Law O ffice B ld j.
H e will be available for
FREE C onsultation and
ed vice about your hear-
share the spoihght with I)iane
Be r . re to c o m e in or call CR 9-3767 during clinic
hours for hem e appointm ent.
This new aid to hearing is not for the really deaf,
but fo ith o se w h o have a little trouble. It is worn
e iilh e ly in the ear, not a gadget, but a real hearing-
aid, com plete with volum e control.
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and Don Nickolas and a cost oi
40 in the 4tii Annual Lake Os-
Mrs Walter Sagner and Mrs.
Hay Wolfe returned
morning from an enjoyable vls’t
w't'.n their sister Ellen in Char-
!o!tsville, Virginia. On the way
home they stopped over in
Washington, D. C. for two days
f '•'"hi se< ing.
Mr Wolfe and
two children came from Eugene
Sa'urday and took
home on Sunday.
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(By Margaret Ross)
Editor and Publish *r
Vacation days are soon over for L J. ANDERSON
local school children and families Published weekly on Fridays at Estacada, Clackamas County,
are hurriedly getting the kids re Oregon. Entered in the postufticc at Estacada, Oregon, us sec
outfitted for another year of ond class matter. Subscription rales in Clackamas County one
school, while sandwiching in pic year $3.00; outside the County ; nti in the State of On gun one
nics and beach outings. Kaglc year S4.00; outside the State of Oregon, one year $4 50. Sub
Creek School will resume next scriptions payable in advance.
Tuesday, Sept. 2.
Among the FKA boys of the Es
tacada H. S group who took part Garfield
IJrs. Ray Cordi j
in livestock judging and arrang V io la ..........
Mrs. Lafaye Fou-s
ing their exhibit at the Clackamas George
Mrs. Joe Wiederhold
ounty Fair in Canby last week,
Mrs. Margarr'. Ross
were Don Melton, George Suter, Eagle Creek
end Louis Scates of Eagle Creek. Oodge
Mrs. Anne Justice
George had previously accompan
ied Mr. Gentemann to the fairs C u rrin s v ille
Mrs. Nellie Currln
of Mutnomah, Columbia (at St.
Helens- and Tillamook Counties to
take part in stock judging. This
week the local FFA boys were
planning to move their exhibit to
the State Fair grounds at Salem.
De and Starlev Smith and child
including H auling, Butchering, Cooling, C .-
ren who have been staying wi.h
her parents, the Tony Buhlingcrs.
tin, wrapped a n -’ delivered for 6c lb.
for the past two weeks since re
turning from DSC summer school,
Pork 8g lb.
are leaving this week to establish
a home in Seattle, where De will
Cooling, cut, wrapped and delivered, 4c lb.
he a teacher at Jane Adams Jr. Hi
School. Last Sunday they partici
pated in a family reunion at the
home of De’s parents, the Rand
Dial CR '‘-5145
olph Smiths in Estacada. All of
his brothers and sisters were
home for a visit so the party -
numbered nearly 40, including
Attending a picnic for firemen
Labor and Ihcir families of Boring Ru
I)ay wcek en<l. There will also be ral Fire Dept, held last Sunday
at Boring Grade School were the
Announcing Appointment of
Red Andersons, the Harry Clarks
a ski meet and a carnival.
and Jim Kennedys.
Visitors at the Walter Sagner The Saturday
attended the an
home over the week end were last
picnic of the Willamette Ir
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Sagner of Eu nual &Steel
Co. at Blue Lake Park.
gene and David Hughes of Baker on
Nancy Whisler, Lee Proctor .and
Eddie White were their guests.
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Mr. and Mrs. Stanley
Wiese On Sunday Tom Burnett
end two boys spent 2 days at Sea
Corvallis where he helped her
side last week.
as a Major Authorized Dealer for
sorority do some painting
Miss Evilo Osborne went
The Dalles on Saturday to attend Joanne went to
the wedding of June Taylor, one spend the night as guest of Jean
o f her sorority sisters.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Still were
. at Rockaway beach for part of
last week as guests at the cottage
of some friends.
Mahcl Clestcr recently spent a
at the beach at Nelseott,
Shoup and her istcr Mrs. Bessie
Ilammel, of Oregon City. They
also visited the Ken Shoups, who
recently moved from
Sibvl Baley and her children
have been spending this week at •
. ti:c beach in company of her par-'
tints, Mr and Mrs. Earl Holbrook
of Wishram, Wash.
The II ttk Sulers went to Rea
mond last Sunday to attend the
They visited with the Paul F
Testers. They were accompanied
_ j ESSON N UM BER O N E! A I!
juniors know this axiom :
hy Phil Gentemann.
Q uality foods insure £ood health —Ju st w h a t we re offering . .
On Sunday, Aug. 17, Mr. and
So it’s h.D k-to-school w ith hearty hot breakfasts an ! wholesome
Mrs. P.oy Meyers attended
lunches. Let’s star: w ith these energy-rich m eats. f -t
large golden wedding anniver
and dairy foods, dependable national brands
sary ce'Miration of Sir and Mr.-.
Grange in Canby. The Strongs
are the parents of Meyers’ daugh-
Mrs. Wm. Dunstan spent the
week end of Aug. 16-17 in Salem.
On Saturday she attended
1 b ; m s > c i » 1 * ï 4 ' S
.she helped celebrate Uic 60th
wedding anniversary of some
second cousins. Last Monday Mrs
Dunstan welcomed tier step-fa
ther and her mother, Mr. and
.Mrs. F. N. Haney from Forest
2 ROLL PMC Grove for a weeks visit
CH IFFO N
Mr. and Mrs Marv.n Dunstan
last Sunday attended an annual
picnic at Blue Lake Park for em
ployees and families of the New
l Lb. FREEZER JAR, Re?. 55c
Guests of Florence Cloningcr
for five days last week were Mrs
Robert Coojc and Mary Columbe
from Longview, Wash.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank White on
FR1SKIES, 1 Lb. Reg. 3 for 50c
Wednesday of last week entei-1
tained the Jim Kennedy family
for dinner. Guests on the follow
ing evening were the White's
daughter, Mrs. Ronald Shellhart,
and her children from Eugene,
M O TH ER’S, 2 lb. 10 oz. box, Reg. 55c
and Mrs Leo Artman of Portland
A picnic party last Sunday at
Eagle Fern Park included
Durwood Douglas family, Nola
Ciester and Hazel Beers.
Houscguests of the Lonnie
Smiths for a few days last week
were Mr. and Mrs. Chet Westcr-
hng and their two children from
FISH ER ’S PA STE U R IZ ED
Mrs. Lyle Bryan and her son
David went to Los Angeles early
this week to see her elderly fath
er who is quite ill.
The Bill Fletcher famiy of Ea
PU R IN A . 2% lb. Box, Reg. 39c
gle Creek welcomed the birth of
a new baby boy, I^avern Allen,
last Sunday, Aug. 24 at Emman
uel Hospital. This is the fifth
child ,n the family. He weighed
C. & H., Reg. 16c Enrh
7 lbs. 3 oz. Grandparents are
Mr. and Mrs. Marion Fletcher of
Estacada and Mrs. Edna Sewell
of Yakima, Wash.
grandmother, Mrs. Dollie Louise
Fletcher also lives in Estacada
it:rday August 2C-29-30
IJ. S. D., "Goad"
1b- 1 9 c
Bologna LUNCH MEAT lb. 4 9 c
lb. 1 0 c
Large Crisp LETTUCE
ea. 1 0 c
CARROT* 1 lb Cello Pak ea 1 0 c
CeiRY, Lge. Bunch
ea 1 0 c
STAIN & Redwood Stain
The nation’s n u m b e r o n e fin ish
for R e d w o o d a n d C e d a r
F o rm u la te d from perfect lin
se e d o ils a n d color p ig m e n t s to
p e netra te d e e p ly A llo w s w o o d s
to “ b re a th e ’' n a tu ra lly s o
O ly m p ic -sta in e d s u rf a c e s never
peel, blister or c ra c k Y e t—
O ly m p ic S ta in is a ctu a lly le sr>
e x p e n siv e to u se th a n paint cr
inferior sta in s. A v a ila b le in 2G
s t u n n in g w estern c o lo rs
CALIFORNIA MUST’* I
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Companion product to the fa m o u s
O ly m p ic S t a in is O ly m p ic R e d w o o d
Stain. D e s ig n e d a n d form ula ted
e x c lu siv e ly for s m o o th a n d ro u g h
f in is h R e d w o o d T h is Re d w o o d
S t a in e m p h a s iz e s the b e a u ty of
th e g ra in of the w ood A g a in — no
cra ck in g , p eeling or b liste rin g
p ro b le m w h e n O lym p ic
R e d w o o d S ta in is u se d
OLYMPIC STAII.FG TilDLUCTS CO.
it.'.tie Z. WjshinftBi
Special 4 f ° r 5 9 c
OATS with china Special
p i t o i H r i
LUMBER YARDS INC.
2 for 49c
Hcody's PEANUT BUTTER
1b. 8 5 c
g> i lb. pkgs. 1-ÖÖ
SA T U R D A Y , A U G . 30
from 11 a.m . to 4 p.m.
CLACKAMAS COUNTY NEWS
A cousticon hearing-aid
2 far 55c
2 lbs. 4 9 c
DOG CHOW Special 2 for 3 9 c
2 lbs 25c
TAYLOR’S HI-WAY MARKET
N. Estacada City Limits & Hiway 211,-CR 9-3253
The Earl Wilson family travell
ed to Seattle Sunday where they
visited Mrs. Wilson's aunt.
Fred Gaylord returned from the
hospital Friday following his mo
Ora Gaylord spent a week vis
iting his sister in Lauder. Wvn.
T E ST IN G HIS SFA LEGS Paul Amir«, all lime favorice ice
»tar, demonstrate» the fun and comedy for family enjoyment
during the eight-night »bowing of HOLIDAY ON It F OF
beginning Wednesday, August 27. through Labor Day and
September 3, at Portland Multnomah Stadium._________________