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TI-R~S~Li~Y, SAN,~AJRY 17, 1957 I ]]]] ill Ill] H II FOODS Specials ~or Thursday, Friday & Sat. I lb. 99C Thrifty Foods Vanilla Flavoring pt. 39c u. s. NO. 2 50 POUNDS POTATOES $1.09 Gerber's Strained Baby Foods 12 for 99c I FRESH GROUND BEEF 3 POUNDS 79c Hartz Mountain Pet Supplies i~HEAD . 2 LG. HEADS TTUCE White King Complexion Soap 3 bars 25c PICNIC STYLE POUND Texas Pink GRAPEFRUIT 3 for 19c OVERLOOK 303 size 2 for TROUT LAKE Mrs. Merle Jonnson About 40 peqple atter~ded the day meeting o~. Gran, ge on Jan. 9. Mrs, Fred Woods is in charge of the d~nner menu for Grange on Jan. 23. ,Mr. and Mrs. Myron ~alse were in Portland ~rida.y and Saturday. He is feeling better. The T. L. Mustar~gs were vic- torious in their game against Lyle Friday n.ight with a score ~f 68.23. The T. L. hig~ ~chool girl8 also played a fine game of bas- ketball against the Lyle @lrls and won, 33 to 14. Saturday n.ight's ~game was a d.i~erent story when the Mustangs lost to Glenwood~ 47 to 58. At present the Mamtangs l~ve won three and lost ~hree. They have defeated every team in the lea,gue once except Klicki~at and the score for that game was very close, 56 to 53. Klickitat comes to T. L. this Friday ~igh~, Jan. 18 and it should be an exciting game. Wishram will play here Satttr. day night, J,a~. 19. .Ben Serman~ is ill in Skyline hospital. Hollebeck Loggers town team defeated Kliclcitat Jan. 9 in a home game The P2aA served re. freshments followlvtg the game. At the card party Saturday n,ight high prizes went to Mrs. John Schmid, Mrs. Vina Butcher, Frec~ Wood and Kenneth Schmid. On $an. 26 the Woman's Club will Sl~Onsor a card party for the March of Dimes. There is a foot of snow at T. L. 80 IUN ~ LYLE NEWS Mrs. V. C. Soremma Mrs. Frank Bradford received a let~r from her ~ister Mrs. Nora Woodworth who left here irl Nov. ember, saying she was now in Ban~gkok on her way .to Indones. ia, back through Australia, the:l home. She has visited in Hong. kong and many places of Inter. est and expects to be home the latter part of Febr,uary. Ted Gueri.~ and Mrs. Claud ~oover were to Goldendale Frl. day and brought Mr. Hoover home from the hospital where he had been for several days. Miz~ Bertie Sawte'lle and M~x Thompson v~sited l~is sister, Mls~ Aura Thompson in Skyline hos-- pital in W. $. Wednesday after. noon. William Biggers is still in the Memorial Hospital in Va~- cottver where skin grafting ~s be. ing done on h,:s arm w~hich was badly bttrned ~i~l Dec. Mrs. Otat Baker is slowly im- proving at the home of 'her daughter, Mrs. Harold Lewis, in Bingen. Clyde Hoover, who was in T. D. hospital for a few weeks is home now a.~d able to get around some. The small dau,g~n- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Dormle Dean was able to be brought home from T. D. hospital one day last week after spending several Mr. ADAMS SUI~ -- BINGE~ - WHITE SALMON, W.~kSI-IIINGTON BIZARRE DRAWING- Archeologist Robert Crabtree of the University of Washington Studies ,bizarre drawings discovered on rocks near ~olumbia River in Klicldtat County. Much evidence of early day Indian Hie has been uncovered by the University group in ares soon to be covered whenThe Dalles Dam causes water to flood the region. ~(Post-lntellJgeneer Photo by ~ Browne~) days there. A large ~umber of people from here attended the installation of the W. S. Asser~bly of the Or. der of Rainbow for Girls Sunday afternoon. Mr. a~d Mrs. I. F. tester of Bingen called at the homes ot Mrs. Mary Course, Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Clarl~ and Mrs. V. C. Soren. sen Tuesday aftenoon. Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Cooksley and Karen of Portland were visit ors at the home of her mother Mrs. V. C. Sorensen over the weekend. Satuzday night they spent the evening at the Ken- neth Sorensen home. On "Sunday Mmes. Cooksley, Sorensen and Harold Sorensen and Dotde Sor- ensen and Karen Cooksley at- tended Rainibc~ i,~gtallation where Barbara Hams was in- stalled as WA. Karen holds the office of Charity in the Motmt Scott Assembly .No. 15, Portlarad. Dinner guests at the Sorensen home 'that n~igh~ besides the Cool~sleys were Mr. and Mrs. Hat old Sore,~sen artd Dott[ie of DaD lesport. Mrs. Herb Crosskill g, ave a birthday d~nner at their home Wednesday'evening in honor of Mr. Crosskill's birthd.ay. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Olen En~ley, Mrs. Ahrla Bradford, Mrs. Des- sie Hewe~t a~d Mrs. Croskilrs uncle, Mr. Shiek. A one o'c|ock tuneheon was enjoyed Wednesday at the home of Mrs. l~ank Swum when sh'~ was hostess for a canasta party. Those enjoying the afternoon were Mmes. Alx~ia Bradford, Lil, lian Ya~da, Fay McN,abb, Frank Bradford, De, sic Hewett, Herb Crosskill, V. C. Sorensen and Saum. Mrs. Frank Bradford wo~ hi,gh prize and Mr~ Crossl~ll, low. - Glen Sarensen of Salem spent from Mon,ctay until Saturday at the home of his mothel', Mrs. ~. C. Sorense.~. He called on o the~ relatives while here. SO SUN "3@ llnderwood Briefs Saturday' and Sunday the Mer. lin l~inks were guests of his par, ents in Kl~ckitat. Following a extedend three weeks trip into the midwest and south the Chmles Van I)e~aza- ters returned home last week. For a time they stopped with his @arches in ,Willow Springs,. Mo. a~d visited ~ith her grandparents in Oklahoma, The return trip brought them through Denver where they stop. ped briefly. Mr. and Mrs. Verne Newell and chdldren and Mr. and Mrs. Ted Lutz and children spent Satur- day at the Reno Zlegler home. Mrs. Ray Moore spent several days this week in Portland with friends and relatives. Howard ~Estey has returned from southern California Where he has been with a brother Who is ill. The Fred Frager family were dinner guest,s 6[ the J. Birds one evenmg last week. ,Tonsilitis has k~pt Judy Brown home from school most of this week. 30 SUN 30 Pot Luck The Wyam Rock and Artifacts club Will hold a potluck SUl~per Saturday, Jan. 19 at 6:30 ~pxa. at the Womens" Association Bldg. in Goldendale. A short program will follow. Members and friends are cordially invited. Out Snowden Way Jim Needham and two sons Jamie and- Johnny spent Satur- day ndght and ~unday with the Guy Needhams. " The Laws Corner Community Club met for a regular meeting and potluck supper Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Yarnell and family enjoyed S~nday dLnner at the Lem Yarnells. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Gill and daughters enjoyed dinner Wed- nesday night at the Hal Perry's in honor of J, udy Perry's 17 birth .... day. " There will be a Mt. Brook Commun'ity club business meet. in,g Saturday night the 19th. Mr. a,nd Mrs. Paul Baily Jr. of Portland and Mr. and Mrs. Stt~b Clark were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Baily St. Mr. and Mrs. Don Jones and children visited her folks, Mr. a~l Mrs. Art Goree Sunday from H. R. Neighborhood children enjoyed Sunday a~ternoon at the Bud Walker home. After sleigh riding a potato chip and doughnut fry was enjoyed. fFhere will be a Laws Corner Extension me~tin~ at the home of Mrs. ton Yarnell Tuesday night, Jan 2~. There will be a demonstration on corsage mak- ing. RADIO PAGE Mr. and Mrs. Dick Bates and family are expected home for a two weeks leave in February. They will arrive i7~ San leranc~- co the 16th. They wtll be station. ed at Tacoma. The weather station at the Bob Gill home measured 16 inch- es of snow Tuesday morning. Young people again enjoyed volley ball at the Mt. Brook Com~ munity ,hall Sunday. Tuesday night the Walt Ros. enaus, Willie Pickers and Bob McCalls gathered at the Hal Per- ry home witch ca~e and ice cream to wish Millie Perry "happy birth day;U The d,a~ce at Mt. Brook spon- sored by the Community Club ~Was very well attended Satur. day night. There will ,be another dance Saturday night, Ja,~. 26. Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Pete Yar nell and family, Jackie Fritchie a~d Raymond Yarnell enjoyed sleigh riding and sl~:ng at the Elmer OS~rnes. Mrs. Osborne served suDper to them after dark. Mrs. Kay Kida entertad~ed in honor of Marie Willis' birthday last week. Marie received many nice gifts and deltlei~us refresh- merits were served to Edna Bur- gess, Vera M~Coy, Bessie Ch,am- bexlatu, l~uCh Warner, Bonnie Kimbro, Mrs. Oscar Raher, Mrs. Jim Skinner ask well as the hon- or guest a n~ hostess. 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