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PAGE TWO ': ,. KALAMA HOLDS TOP SPOT TIE or.. s,o ,o By defeating W~!,te Salmon 54 4, Jansen 8, Crawford 4, Adams to 45 Tuesc~ay Mght on the Bruin 4, Micholsen 2, Buck, Sell" 8, floor Kalama held on to a top- spot 'tie with Ridgefiet4i for Tri- McKln.'nZ a2~ at,~ so co standing w s "s s ~ 23 (4s) NUMEROUS SUBS KAL. M'F A.DAMS SUN ~ BINGEN - WHITE SALMON, WA,~HINGTON GLENWOOD HIGH SCHOOL * Home Games [ ,Jan. 18, Lyle, "there [ UNFINI~;I.Ii:P J~. 22, Mosier, there [ Feb. lTroutLake* [ ~ ~~d~ ~ Feb. 2, Lyle * [ Feb. 9 Klickitat, there J ,~,~'~""~:'~'~-:~" '~i~i~f" :.... Feb. 15, Tournament, Goldendalei ' ....::'.':.:. ~:':~:: .... Feb. 16, Tournament, Goldenl,aleI I f ',~Y--.:.-'..'.%.':'-..,.i.~;~;_x'~.~,~: ,.":"'~,~:.:;~,:"_~ B-String games at 7:00; A-[ | (~" ".~-~:!i~!\:!~'/ ~%,:.!.~:~..~r" _.,,,.,,,,.,,,_ ! * Home Games I : ~,~" ~/[_l~-~oR THE ~w ,Jan. 19 Wishram * - ~ \ f FOR TEN'~ OF' TNOU.~ANI~$ ,Jan. 25 Dufur * ~ ~ WHO 5TILL NERP CAR~. INAUGURAL BALL Among those who attended the! Governor's ,inaugural ball in Olympia Wednesday night were the R. T. Anderson, L. A. Beaud. reys, Eddie Reeds and 'joe Paler- mos from White Salmon. Traveling in separate cars the couples left White Salmon Wed nesday morning a~d will return this evening. 30 SUN 30 At last Friday's Chinook lunch eva, .businessmen temporarily turned down a request to donate towards buying the needed back. ,boards with public contributions. The Chinooks moved to inquire 1S 18 I3 9 (~$4) SHARE IN WIN After an even first quarter, Kal ama opene~l the throttle to gain a 32-18 lead at halfttme. W. S. came back strang in the final stanza with Benjamin hitting io~ 13 and Murphy for 6. W.S. Kal. L Reed 2 Becker 12 f, Estey 4 Leroy 1:~ c, Kapp 4 Davis 20 g, Benj, amin 17 Holt 3 g, Logan 8 " Moawa 4 Subs: (W. S.) Murphy 10, Ja- cox, Henry; (K)~Linc~berg,Wheat- ley 2, Johns, Larson. CLEAN UP JbZlD Garbage Sero~ce TRUCK AVAILABI~ FOIl EXTRA HAULING BINGEN Garbage Service LE~ OLOVEJ I I II I Ilnl III YES There Is A Difference In Agenctes This Agency Has One Objective: To Give you the Best We Have with the Greatest Savings Possible For Instance: Our Compani~, both stock & mutm~l ~t~e P~Ti~ 15 to 20~ Dividends on fire insurance. Savings up to 50% on Con- ~rac~or's equipmen! and all- risk insurance. Lowest automobile rates. -- l~olicies wrii~en here are not loaded with luxury accessor- ies. Service? Adjustments?- Our reputation speaks for R- self. Wh, ite Salmon defeated, State School at Vancouver 58 to 35 last Friday night in spite of Coach A1 Wede~kind's lavish use of su~b. stitutions which held the half- time score to a b~a.re 23 - 19' mar- gin for he Bruins. Estey and Murphy accounted for much of the difference on re- ,bounds. Ben~jami~ paced the scoring with ten points, follow. ed by Murphy with ni~e. The Columbians hit 24 field goals out af 57 attempts for 42 percent. State School h,it ten for 30, or 33 percent. W.S 14 9 17 18 (58) S~ 3 16 5 11 ($5) W.S. S.S. f, Reed 4 Bran.a,,n 5 f, Estey 4 Shen~ber.g 1 c, Murphy 9 Chandler 4 g, Benjamin 10 ~R. Hendr~x 6 g, Loga,n 8Thomas 8 Subs: (W.S.) Collins 4, Kapp 8, Frey 5, Jacox 2, Wright 2, Henry; (S.S.) G. Hendrix ~1, Brooks. Bruin KS Win White Salmon won the prelim- inary 38 to 25. Coach Cecil Campbell went all out with sub- stittrtions from start to ~inish. Scoring were: ('W. S.) Cochra~ 7, Reaksecker 2, McCoy 10, R~=ed 5, Ben]am.in 8, Durham, l~antala, Eccles 2, Morris, Smith, Ohne- :m~s 2, Wrig~ht, Baker 2, Panko; i (iS.S.) Campbell 7, Willis 5, Iho 10, Bald~,n 1, Sh.wehr 2, Linya. Glenwood Eagles In Second Spot Glenwood (speoi~al) Glenwood Eagles moved into second place in Klickitat County league play by winnirig over Wishram and Trout Lake. Glcnwood traveled to Wishram Friday night and won a low scor- ing game by two points, 37-35. Glenwood led the ha,lf 18-11. Saturday night the Eagles play ed arch-rival Trout Lake on the local court, before a full house, -G]enwood moved :into the lead in the opening quarter and held it throughout, leading at half time 37 to 22 and went on to win 58 to 47. The Glenwood "B" team also won 21 to 18. Wi~hram Glenwood f, Bryson 5 Murray4 f, LaVigne 19 Andrew 2 # Jan. 26 Lyle, thece Feb. 1 Glenwood, there Feb. 2 Klickitat * Feb. 8 Wishram, there All B games start at 7 pm with A games to follow. KLICKITAT BASKETBALL SCHEDULE 1anuary I~ Trout Lake here - 19 Lyle HErE 25 Glenwood there 26 *Mosier HERE February 1 Wishram HERE 2 Trout Lake there 8 Lyle I~ERE 9 Glenwood HERE ~Non .league ga,mes. Game time: "B" squad 7 p.m., "A" squad 8:15 p.m. SCOREBOARD K, alama 54, White Salmon 45 Stevenson 43, LaCenter 41 --MAR~I-I OF PlME.~ FELLOW~HIP.~ = AN[~ ~CI-IOLARSHIP.~ HELPIN~ TO TRAIN HANO~ AN~ MINO,~ ACUTE ! ~I~//t.Nt~g]IflY POLIOPRmVmNrtOVV ~J] yO 01:: VOLUNTEER.~ A~I~TIN~ ,._ - ,~ MES ~ANUARY Ridgefield 58, State School 36 tif, ied at a later d,ate. Mrs. Schr~i. The Columbia Bruins draw a bor will ~bring lessons on uphol- Trice bye next Friday and Tues-i story material but won't come day, but will fill Ln the latter at l if the roads are bad. Goldendale. Mrs. Nagel, who has been stay Don 1Vilberger went to Port. lan,cl for the boxing tournament Saturday night. 30 ~*UN 30 HOSPITAL GUILD THURSDAY, J.ANUA~R 17, 1957 why the purchase should not be made by the School Board or Stu- dent Body Assn. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Lund- gren of Oregon City visited the Joe Courtneys Sunday. The Court neys, their guests, and Miss Eth- el Bales all had potluck dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Etmer Peeks at Dallesport. Rein.tires from Klicl~i~tat joined the group for the dinner which was honoring Melvin Wyatt who is bet,rig sent to the Far East. 30 SUN 30 America's anrmal per capita 'consumption of fresh apples sur- passes 20 pounds. ! EXPERIENCE COUNTS Our Factory Trained TV Technician Has a Qualified and Proven Record--~Backed 30 SUN 3O TRICO iSTANDINGS W L Rid,go,told 7 1 Kalama 7 1 LaCenter 6 2 Castle Rock 5 3 Stevenson 4 3 Woodland 3 5 Cathlamet 3 5 White Salmon 1 8 State School 0 8 80 ~UN 30 APPL[TON Mrs. (.; .~o. Clark Attending the dance at Mt. Brook from Appelto~ were Dr. and Mrs. R. W. Case, Mr. and Mrs. George Clark, Mr. and Mrs. $. 3. Kamp, Mr. and Mrs. Gaff Lane .and Shirley Milberger. A~. ter the d~Rnce they all had coffee at the Hal Perrys. ,Wi.nter has hit Appleton with colder weather and a 12 inch snGwfall. Snow plows have been up twice and keep the road well cleared. A group of you.~g people came tip from Lyle Sunday r~.ght for a coasting party on the hills near Clarks. The Kamps received word ing with the Ray Shurtz at Klick- itat, went to F~iend, Ore. last week to visit another daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Verne Sorensen for a few weeks. ,Louis N,agel and Robert Lane ~ere coasting Sunday a~d stop- ped for dinner at the R. W. Cases. / Mr. and Mrs.Ga'il Lane v'isited i~ Glenwood Monday. The Hospital Guild v:ll hold its next regular meeting in the by Our PUD building at 8 p.m. on Thurs- day,'january 24. COMMUNIT Y REPUTA TION! : Guests speakers will be Mrs. Grace Huls whose topic will :be "Progress of Anesthesia" and HIWAY HARDWARE Refreshments will be served. For information call: P. J. MARTELL I t RAILROAD STATION. ERICSON INS . ICE Phone 4181 Bingen, Wn. II c, Elliott ~Ron Feller, 19 from their son, Wayne, that ,he g, Graybill 9 Kona 6 is stationed at Oakland, Calif. g, Edmo 2 ,Xnrig 21 and likes Army life very well. Su~s: (Glenwood), Allen Fel. I Mr. and Mrs. Lester Jewell and ler, 2, Ladiges 2. [ children were Sunday ddnner Trout Lake G1onwood I guests at the Gall Lanes. f, Stoller 12 Murray 6i ,If roads and ,weather permit, f, Childs 3 Andrew 8 Mrs. Schreiber, Co. Ext. A,gt., will c, Davis 2 Feller 24 g, Frey 13 Kona 13 g, Landingham 12 Anrig 5 :Subs (T.L.) Johnson 4, For. dyce 1; (!Glen,~vood) Ladiges 2 E meet with the Woman's Club on Wednesday, J.an. 23. Tentative plans are for the meeting to be held at the ho~e of Barbara Worthen. Members will be no. LE QUANTITY IN STOCK TRUCK TYPE DI~SCRIPTION 3 650/16 Studded 4 ply 2 650/1~ U. S. Royal Studded 6 ply 1 600/17 General 6 ply 1 600/16 General 6 ply 4 700/15 Truck & Bus Studded 6 ply 1 700/15 U. S. RoYal Truck Type LIST PRICE SALE PRICE INCLUDING INCLUDING FEDERAL TAX FEDERAL TAX $32.01 ea.$18.00 ea. 40.05 ea. 16.00 ea. 38.85 12.00 38.85 16.00 51.51 ea. 29.95 ea. 48.99 29.95 PASSEN6ER TYPE 2 820/15 Seiberliing 4 ply tube type 41.69 ea.25.00 ea. 10 670/15 Tubeless General, U.S. Royal and Goodrich New car takeoffs 32.08 ea. 22.00 ea. 2 670/15 White Side Wall take offs 38.83 ea. 27.00 ea. 1 670/15 white walt Seiberling tube type34.39 25.00 1 710/15 U.S. Royal" Tubeless 35.12 26.00 1 710/15 U. S. Royal Tube type 33.41 23.00 HUNSAKER CHEVROLET CO. tWhLte Salmon Phone 2077 | I I I Snow is tine for skiing, sledding and such. But when you travel, winter weather usually means discomfort, delay and danger. That's why so many folks travel on the Spokane, Portland and Seattle Railway.. . C~z. .y coach or luxurious first class accommodations and dehcmus dmmg car meals make an S. P. & S. trip a teal pleasure. And, of course, you always arrive safe and tested. =%%%%%%%%%==%=='~=%%"=%% ,-===========% ~~==================-==========~ General Offices: American Bank BIds,, Portland, Orv. SPOKANE, POBTLAND and SEATTLE iiAILWAY SYSTEM Ship and/rave) "The Norfhwest' $ Own Railway" i!:!!iii. /::: FLOWERS FOR EVERY OCCASION!! . UPTOWN FLOWER SHOP Phone 3911 flowers from florence White Salmon i ~ i ! i