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TttqJ-R'SDAY, JANUARY 17, 1957 ......... [ OUR SAVIOR LUTHERAN CHURCH Paul M, Schmidt, pastor ,Bible classes and Sunday school a~c 10:00 a.~n. and Sunday Service at 11:00 a.m. each Sun- day morning at the new church in Bingen. Next Sunday a~ternoon the young people of Our Savior Lu- theran Church will attend a WaI- thor League Rally at Oak Grove, Oregon, a suburb of Portland. The rally is being sponsored by Concordia Lutheran Ch,ureh and vcill be attended by young peo. ple from the Portland . V~ancou- ver. Columbia l~ver area. -- 30 SUN 30 CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY How spiritua.1 understanding of God as divine Life brings stren.g~h and freedom will be brought out Sunday at Christian Science se~ces. Scriptural selections in the Lesson . Sermon on '%ire" Wql include the following from John (17:3): "And this is life ete~tal, that they might know thee the only true God, and Jesus Christ whom thou hast sent." From "Science and Health wlt[ Key to the Scriptures" b~ Mary Baker Eddy will be read 487:27. The Golden Text is from Pro- verbs 16:22. 30 .SUN 30 METHODIST CHURCH The 'sermon this Sunday at the Metho4ist Church will be the second part of the sermon deliv- ered, last Sunday: Sex, Marr,iage and the Family. W,S.C.S. The Woman's Society of Christ ia.n Service will meet at the Methodist church, Th,urs. Jan. 24 at 2 p.m. A youth program will follo~ the business meeting. All members ,are urged to attend and visitors will be welcome. SO SUN 30 ST. JOSEPH'S ALTAR SOCIETY The Altar Society held its reg- ular meeting on Jan. 10 .and vot- ed to change the meeting date to the second Mo~day of each month. A rummage sale will be held on Friday afternoon, Jan. 25 and all d~a,y Saturday, Jan. ~ at the old rectory (now ~t. Joseph's Hall). Rummage may be left at the ckuvch or rectory or call 3800 for prick-up. Plans were also made to h01d a food and ea~dy sale on Valentine's Day (.Thurs- day Feb. 14). At the close of the meeting Mmes. Tony MoSbr~cker, Curt Stebblns and Delane Graham served refreshrne,~ts. -- 30 SUN 30 -- CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE Carl O. Wilde, pastor S. S. 9:45 Sunday morning 11 a.m. Morning worshtp 7:45 p.m. Evar~gelistic ser~ees. 7:45 p.m. Wednesday evening prayer service If you don't attend elsewhere come and be with us. 30 SUN SO WHITE SALMON BRANCH CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER-DAY SAJN'rB One block east of PUD Bldg SUNDAYS Sunday school I0 ajm Sacrament Service 6 p.m. TUESDAYS Relief Society 2 p.m. WEDNESDAYS Mutual Improvement 7:20 p.m. THU~S~kYS Pima~r at 4 p.m. FA THER CHESTER DEFINES DUTIES OF WEDDED LIFE W~i.th right han.d~ joined, mar- ried couples of St. Joseph's Cath. olic church renewed their wed- ding vows last Sunday, San. 12, the Feast of the Holy Famdly. Using Jesus, Mary and Joseph as the. ideal TrinRy on earth Father Chester held up the Holy Family for "rmita'dion ~ not mer. ely admiration. The pastor urged (I) hus- bands to u~derstand their wives bztter through discussing their problems and aspirations; (2) wives to show their husbands more appreciation by outward encouragement and praise; (3) both parents to understand their ch~ildren ana child,hood prOblems, particularly during teenage; a.~d (4) the duW of children to rover. ence, love and obey their parent. First Communioa ~ince as infants their sponsors spoke for them, six white-clad youngsters acco~T~panied by their pare.~ts or proxies recently ap- proached the altar to renew .their baptismal vows and later were invested with the brown scapul- ar. The ~irst covnmunicants were Barbara Anderson, Kathlee Har- ris, Madelin and Wayne I~ull, Nicky Mo~buCker and Lynn Trip- lett. 30 SUN 30 -- ALTAR SOCIETY IS ORGANIZED The dollar in your pocket now will help malta it ~iblo for him to walk without braee~ And more: It will help train the hands and minds of many pmfemional experts, all desperately needed.., it.will help flmmce i~ search to perfect the vaccine. Today, there is less polio, but: Tens of thousands born too soon for the vacclsm ~ your help. ,Glenwo~d (special) In spite of icy roads, the first meeting of the Glenwood Altar Society was held at 3 p.m. Wednesday~ Jan 9, at the home of Mrs. Earl Odle. The Society Will meet every third Wednesday of the month a~ 2 p.m. to get to l~is first destination or ~ather Chester appoL~ted the enough groceries for one meal. following temporary officers: No. Christian shouM try to just Mrs. Odle, ,president; Mrs. Peter Dinehart, v.p.; Mrs. Harry Ford, get by and still make Heave.t," secretary; a, nd Mrs. Elmer according to brother preachers whose recent sermon fit Bethel Schultz, treas. Also present were Tabernacle was "roe Much Re- Mmes. Harold Nichols and Nick - ligion." Cro~ve. ,The speakers were Oscar A bake sale will be held at the Glenwood Legion hall late Harms, founder and president of Calif. ,~,vangelistic Assn. and this month to purchase altar Clarence Harms, NW District cloths for an altar to be built hy Nick Crowe. Last Sunday ~arvey Smith SO SUN 30 BINGEN COMMUNITY CHURCR spoke on "Holy Boldness".' The Sunday school contin~ms to grow. Ducme Hatch, Pastor ~ so SUN SO ~an. 17, Thursday 7 p.m. Jr. Young People's meeting. Girls meet at Mrs. Bob Freys, Boys at the chuvch. Jan. 20. 9:45 Sunday School 11 a.m. Sermon: '~tarden of Too Much Religion RITES tLELD FOR "No one buys just eTtough ~as HEART VICTIM BETHEL TABERNACLE Each Lord's Day: Sunday school at 9:45 a.m.;morning ser. vice, 11 o'clock/ Every other Sunday: 2:30 p.m. Eden." Bus.~ness meeting to at Skyline hospital. follow morning servtce. 6 p.m. Se~or Young People 7 p.m. The evening message will be a studs" from the word of God wh,':ch is sure to ~hrill you. Topic: '*l~ree Gardens and a City". 1.Oar. den of Eden; 2. Garden of Gethsemane; 3. Garde:t of Golgotha; 4. City of our God. On Thursd~ay, Java. 17, the film "As the Twtg is Bent" will be shown at 7 p.m. This 30 minute film is being ~ by Roy. Su~- t~n of the American Sunday School Unlion. There will be a free will offering. Final Days Prayer Meeting: 7.30 p.m. Wed nesdays. 80 SUN 80 MT. ADAMS CONSERVATIVE RAPTIST CHURCH Lower Trout Lake Vofle~ Harold Sander Ploeg, Pastor Sunday School 10 a.m. Churoh II a.m. Evening Service S p.m. Prayer Meeting Sunday 7:30 p. m. Young People Wednesday 8 p. m. BO SUN 30 Mr. ADAMS LARGER PARISH Kenneth O Schellbach, Pastor Presbyterhm Community Ch's. Sermon: '~he Church's Task of Evangelism?'. Evergreen at Mill A (Meets In Grange Hall Worship service 9:30 a.m. Sunday School 10:30 a.m. Youth meetings, 2d and 4th Tuesdays, 7 pan. Glenwood Sunday School 10:00 a.m. Worship Service, 8 p.m. Youth meet each Wed'. except 2d Wednesday, 7:30 p.m. Trot~t Lake Sunday School 10.00 a.m. Worship Serv,,ice 11:30 san. Youth meet Men. at 7:30 p.m. B~le study, T~,ursday, 7:30 p.m. 30 SUN 80 ASSEMKLY OF GOD CHURCH C. C. Hutchcroft, pastor Sunday 9:45 Sunday School, Roy Chubb Supt. 11 a.m. Morning Worshl~ 6 p.m. Young People's Service %'' _ Selling at $4.95 & $9.95 SPORT SHIRTS, now . . $2.59 SMALL - MEDIUM - LARGE , EXTRA LARGE Luelee Fuller. leader Values from $3"5 to~~~"R Tuesday AL S MEN S 7p.m. Btble~study and prayer. H ~ ~ In Parsonage. Thursday 7 p.m. Service in '~eed Old 208b~ OAK -- -- I~OOD RIVER Peoples Hoane." Mr. ADAMS SI~I -- BINGEI~ - WHI~ SALMON. WAS~,rNGTON Services were held at 10:30 a. m. Monday, Jan 14, at Steven, son's Methodist church fox Gran- ville Lillesard, 61, of Stevenson. Pastor Robert Waller officiated. Gradner's were in charge of fun- eral 'arrangement. ~rtal Was iri the Odd Fellow cemetery, Stev- enson. ~e deceased was born Nov. 21, 1895 at Cascade Loc~, Ore. and has Lived at Stevenson since 1901. He was a voted'an of W. W. I and b~j trade a carpenter. Deat.h occurred VCednesday, ~au. 9, from a heart presumably attack just after he ar$i~ed home from work. Mr. Lilleg~rd is survived by his W~e Florence; sans, Edward M. and Daniel L.; sister, Miss Vernita Lillegard; and brother, Melvi~ Lillegard, all of Steven. son. Also two daughters, Mrs. Fay Olsen of Portland, Ore. and Mrs. Lois H~tnt of Ottawa, Camada; another sister, Mrs. Vera George of Selah and five grandchildren. 8O SUN SO ST JOSEp~S CATHOLI~ CHURCH Sunday masses at 8 and 10:30 ~.m. Weekday mass at 8 :.m. Confessions: 3 p.m. Saturdays md before all maue~. -- 8O BUN so In "the 14 century, apples were Northern E~s most Import. ant cuRivated fruit. Two Engagements Are Announced ,Dr. and Mrs. R. F. Crei,ght0n of Bingen a~ou~ce the engage. ment of theLr daughter, Jeanne, CHS 1956~ to Paul Ba~bcock, son [ ~f Mr. and Mrs. Edgar B~boock ofi Lebanon, Ore. Mr. ~Babcock lsi presently employed by the Hege- wald Timber Co. ,at Stevenson. Also, Mr. and Mrs. Earl S. Coulthard of Anchorage,, Alaska announce the engagement of their daughter Kay Celeste to Donald Guy Lateen, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. B. La,rsen of White Salmon. Both are stud~,ts at the Un~iversii~ of Washington. No date has ,been set for either wedding. 30 SUN 30 Former Resident Weds in Yakima Miss Mary Evelyn Bailey, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. O. M. Bailey of Yaldma, and Charles Keith Van Amburg were married Saturday, Jan. 5 at Yaldma's First Methodist church. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Vast A~n. burg, former manager ~f Mt. Ad- ams Orchards here, but now llv. Ing in Yalvima. The young co~91e are alumni of Yakima high school an~ he a~ctended WSC. They will make their home in Sea~le where Charles is employed at Boeing's Out of town guests ,included Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Roberts and Mr. and Mrs. W, W. Arnett of V~ki.te Salmon; Mr. and Mrs. Weston Hard and Mr. and Mrs. Laurence W~all,ace (nee Beulah and Ella l~berts) of R0seburg, Oregon. SO SUN 80 Columbia Grange Names Committees Shirley Tanne~, Report~ ~]le (special) Officers of Col. umbia Grange met Sunda!~, Dec. 30, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Becks to appoint .~he fol- lowi~ 1957 committees. Chair. men are indicated by a~ aster- isk: Agriculture: Lawrence Tidy- man*, R. W. Case, Gaff Lane, Mas Magal~i. Bill Brasheav. Legislature. Fra.nk T~.ner*, Leonard Cimmiy~t.ti, Dorothy Soren~n. ,Finance: Ol~f Baker, Byrd Clark, Lawrence Tldy~am. Membership: Byrd Cla~ and Olaf Baker. Relief: I~a Gill, Mary and Ed- ~ith Sorensen, Alice Plnell. Lecture: Marcella S~ine, Paul. ine BeeRs, Marine Tidym.an, Lil- lian Hamm, ~V~ary Sorenson, Shirley T~ner, Norlee Keyes, Georgia Sauter. Resolutions:Lotug Ew~ng, Max- ine Tldyman, Olaf Baker. Youth: Alice MdLeod*. Iom'e Economies: Shirley Tan- ner, Fleda Harem, Lulu Hewett, Frances Ewlng, Anna Omeg Mar- cella Stine, Pa,uline Becks, era Cim,mi, yottL 'Building: Frank Hewett, 3tin- my Brash~ar, Larry Sorensen, Lo- tus Ewlng. Grcazge Au~Uiary Mrs. Elmer Reeks, Au~tiary president, also met with her of. fleers: Shirley Tanner, v.p.; Lutu Hewett. secetary; Frances ~- ing; Mareella Stine, Gra~tge lec. tater; a,~d MInT Sauter, Grange secretary. These committees were ap. pointed,. ~ays & Means: Al.ta Shields, Mary Sorensen, Mary-Sauter, AI. l l l lll II ALLEN- HAY MOTOR COMPANY 4TH & CASCADE HOOD RIVER - LATE MODEL USED CARS - 1955 Ford V8 Custom Fordor Radio and Heater. 1955 Plymouth Club Coupe, R & H. 1955 Chevrolet 210 4 Door '1955 Studebaker Champ. 4 dr. Over- drive. 1954 Buick Special Hardtop coupe Dynaflow, R. & H. 1953 Ford Custom 2 door Radio, heater and overdrive For informal~n on any of the above cars or any other can in our s~ock, contact one of the following: D, ck Bm ey, Hood Rwer 8211 - 7-2214 Don~srk, Hood River 8211 - 8722 -- Odell 88~$ Bob IV}errison, H R 8311. 4'g88 -- Gen~ Jackson, H.R. 8211 - 8588 J ice Pinnell. Building: era Cimmiyotti and Lillian Harem. Mer~bership~: Secretary and all. Welfare: Eileen Brashear and all. Buying: Frances Ewi.ng, Alta Sh~iel,ds, Ann Hewett. News Reporter: Ira Gill and Sh, irley Tanner. First Meett~ After a potluck supper Sat. urday n~ght, Jan. 5, Master El. mer Reeks opened the irs~ Grange meeting of 1957. Lawrence Tidy~an and Ola~ Baker presented 1st and 2d de- grees to Mr. and Mrs. GM1 Lane, ~/~r. and~ Mrs. R. W. Case and A1 Johnson,. It was agreed to have.a March )f Dimes drill at the next meet- ing, ,a~d to hire a janitor to build fires on Sa.turday afternoon be- fore Grange meeting. 80 SUN SO DOZEN COOKIES FOR EACH CHILD K~ Whitmlr~ Glenwood (special) The party was called to order by Mary Gall Kreps, Then she started us play- ing games.Then we exchanged gifts and had our refreshments, We all took a dozen cookies and we had o~e cake and some punch. After we ate, we sang Chr'_stmas carols. T~en Kathleen Kreps led us in the 4-~ flag salute and the party was ad. journed. -- SO SUN SO ---. Installation Team From Trout Lake An installation team from Trout Lake Grange came to White Salmon, Wednesday,, ~an. 9, to i.~stalt o~ficers of Mt View Grange. Insta.lling afficers were Rod- ger Coate, marshal; Alice Schmid, emblem bearer; ,and Mary Childs, regalia bearer. Grange Au~iliary met Tues- day, Jan. 8. After the 1:30 p.m. desert, a qu~lt was tied for the hoste~, E~her Hendr~x. Pomona Grange w~ll hold aa all-day meetin~ at Mr. View Grange had Saturday, Jan. 25. -- 30 SUN 30 KLICKITAT HTS, (Mrs. Vernon, Cochenour) The men folk of the Heights are busy building the new tele. phone line. ~VIr. and Mrs. Bill Yohey and Cathy spent a part of hle va. catlon ~isRing his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Yohey. They vie. ited from Monday until Thurs. day of last week~ ~lll came over and helped the men who were working on the telephone line this week. Selma and Da,niel Coc~he~our were guests at the Peeler home in W. S. Tuesday and Thursday,, PAGE FIVE TWO MEN GIVEN MONTH IN JAIL FOR P. LARCENY Charged withpetty larceny for stealing a l)uncl~oard from Mt. Adams Inn, ,Fred Harms Donald Thomas, both of Mt. Ad- ams orchards, were sentenced to 30 days in the county jail by #udge T. W. (Dick) Mitchell in Bingen's IP Court Saturday, Jan. uary 12. The complaint was signect by John Hall and the defendants tried in the basement of the Bin. gen school because the city hall was being pair~ted. ARer stealing the ptmcl~board and extracting several winning numbers, the p~ir pretended to play a similar money board at anotLher tavern. After paying out cash for one n~.~bero an observ- am barn'raid detected the fraud and notified police. Thomas was arrested while loading groceries into his car in W. S. Deputy Sheriff John Splawn found the stolen punchboard trn- der the car seat. Harms was found playing a punch,board in a nearby tavern. At the trial, Harms was im- mediately recognized by Judge Mitchell in whose court he ap- )eared a year ag~ for stealing a t radio from City Center Cabi.~s I here. The Sheriff's office attended to " two personal m~tters for the de- fendants. They informed Mrs. Thomas about to be released from a hospital why her husband would not meet the bus from Vancouver. And they.arranged to release Harms' dog from his lock- ed-up cabin. FOR SALE 12 pieces 3x12 bridge planks, 14' 4 pieces ~ timbers, 14" long. 1 - 80 @al. galvanized water tank 1 - 30 gaL @alvanised water tank, 200 lineal feet aluminum 1" water pipe. 200 used clay brick. 1 sand grindstone, 26" diameter. 1 long extension ladder, 28 or 28" 1 Sawdust Burner aL~chmsn/fur- llace. 5 new windows 26 x 44". 11 squares aluminum lock shingles 2 tons hay. 2 Used Wood Stoves. 1500 Board feet Ix6 cedar ~shiplap --also 2x4 and 2x8. RAY H. COLE Trout Lake Phons 2318 I SALE STARTS JAN. 18 Friday& Saturday Sp ial BLOUSES ONLY 1 SWEATERS Cardigans Reg. $8.98 for $6;98~Reg. $~.98 for $3.98 Slip-On, Reg. $4.98 for $3.25 Turtle-Neck, Reg. $5.98 for $3.98 Head Scarfs, long ones .............................. $t.25 PLAID AND PLAIN COLO~ T-Shlrts, long sleeve, high neck or Turtle Neck, Reg. $3.98 for $2.50 Mittens, wool, Reg. $2.25, for .................. $1.50 Mittens, wool, Reg. $1.49, for ............ $1,00 Rack of Dresses, Your choice .................. $5.00 MANY $14.88 and $12.98 DRESSES IN THIS DRESS, ~Reg. $14.98, for $I0.00 HOUSE DRESSES FOR $2.98 UP TO $4.98 PRICE IN THIS GROUP Outing Gowns, Reg. $3.98 for ............ $2.50 . SKIRTS -- Wool or Gabardine Reg. $7.95 for S5.25--Reg. $6.25 for $3.98 Blouses, $3.25 value for ..................... '. ........ $1.98 CHILDREN'S SKIRTS Reg. $4.25 for $2.75~Reg. $2.50 for $1.75 Children's Dresses, Reg. $3.98 for ...... $2.69 MANY ITEMS NOT LISTED TilE MODERN SHOP BINGEN, WASHINGTON I