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5- t- /. TI~U~'S~AY, JANUAaRY 17, 1957 FOR BEST RESULTS... &USE ~WKNT AD RATES-- first Insertion, 3c per word; sub. sequent insertions, 2c per word (minimum charge, 50c7; Cla~- sifted display, 60c per column inch: Blind or Keyed ads 25c additional per insertion. Want ~,d deadline is 12 noon every Wednesday. FOR SALE Small House fSr sale..See Opal Grunke, Bingen 1-10-Jrp BEAUT~I~U~ walnut spinet piano located in Trou"c Lake. May be had hy t aking over contract monthly, payments. Write Roy Peterson, Rt. 4, Box 144, Hood o River, Ore. 1-~17-3tc ,FOR SALE ~ F~rewood. Phone 4791. Oak and fir. 12-13-tf DAY OLD New Hamp. 'box. $10 per 100. Ready Jan. 24. ,Boying- ,~on, I~a~hea~y~ Hood R~v~r. Phone 9977 lte FOR SABLE -- 2 story business bu'ilding. 2 store rooms amd ~p. stairs rooms. Priced reasonable. Terms. See Dick ~tchel,:, 1-10-,tfe WANTED SEPTIC tank pumping service. Warren McColley; Phone Lyle 406. I0-56-10-57-p LIST your properties with R. i Bates, bonded broker. Tel. 44T/ Wanted ~'32 or 33-Chev.~coupe ch~assis (body & frame}. Pttane 4602. Nick Lester. ,1-~17-1tc A-1 SEPTIC Tank cleaning. Phone Hood Rtver 5132. No ex- tra charge for crossing river. 10-18-~ FOR RENT FOR trENT ,furnished a1~artment 4 rooms and bath. E. A. Mans- field ltc FOR RENT ~ 2 room famished apartment Hot & cold water. Phone 3cl63 lto VACANT FOR SQME NICE FAM- ILY TO MOVE INTO AND EN- joy. Bra~td new too. Wall to wall carpe~ng in living room and n~ce view window. Formi- ka ~Irai~board i n kitchen which has double sink, built-J~ 4 burner range and oven. Ve~- tilatinrg fa~, a~d inlaid liTml- eum on floor, l~iped for auto- matic washer and drier, 2 full bedrooms and easy ~ta,irway leading to floored attic for fu- ture exl~anslon. Tub a~d show. erhead in, bath. Also, buiR-in washbowl. 50 gal. water heat. er. Iron Fireman forced air o'I heat. Concrete fouwdaHon and insulated,. 90xi00 foot lot. $1{),000.00. YOU CAN'T DUPLICATE THIS HOME FOR THE MONEY. Nest. led in among the trees and short distance ~from play. ground, school and shopping district. Slbacious living room with wall to wall carpeting and a sparkling fireplace to add warmth to the long win- ter ,evenings. Larg~ dining ro~m with huge window o.n the south to let in the winter sunbeams. Beautiful kitchen w~itb G. E. automatic dishwash: er and knotty pine noOk. Den off the living room. Three large bedrooans with hardwood floors. Bath with built in van. ity. Huge basement with flag- stone fireplace in party room, bath with shower and two oth- er ra~ms, one of which was used as apartment. Excellent for children. F. H. A. approv. ed $14~250.00 IDEAL FOR ELDERLY COUPLE, OR NEWLY WEDS, and conven- iently located in Bingen. One bedroom. Li~lngroom tastily decorated. New t~bletop auto- matic water heater in kitchen. Modern bath with new fix. tures. Wired for a range and . very neat inside. Concrete foundation, sewer connected and on 50xl00 ft. dot. Price $3000.00. Part terms at 4 per cent interest. Bonded Real Estate Brokers Frank A. Johnson, Manager Cameo Building " Pho~o $202 White Salmon ' FOR RENT -- by week, one and two room furnished ca~lyjr~ 306 W. Franklin, Bingen. 12 -20. FOR RENT OR SALF_,---3 room house with carport and ufll. ity room, wired for range. A1 Moody, Husum. 1-10-2tc FOR RENT- 2 bedroom furrl- Apt., wired for electric range. Phone 3561 evenings. 1-8-tf u " WINDOW and plate glass cut to order and installed. Mt. Ad- ams Builders Supply, Bingen, Wn. ~- 7tf LIST your properties with R. J. Bates, bonded broker. Tel. 44T? No. SUMMONS BY PUBLICATION IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF TI-I[E STATE OF WASKINGTON IN AND FOR TKE COU~NTY OF KLICKITAT EVrELYN GAUL Plaintiff RONALD GAUL, Defendant STATE OF WASHINGTON TO SAID RONADD GAU~q DI~. FENDANT: YOU are hereby summoned to appear within sixty days (~0) of. ter the date of the first publiea. tJon of this summons, to wit: within sixty days (60) after the ~0th day of Dec., 1956 and de. fend the abo~e - entitled com. plaint in the above- entitled court, and answer the com~pla~nt of the plain.tiff, and serve a copy of your answer upon the ur~der. signed attorney at his oft~ce be- low stated, and in case of your ,failure to do so, Judgment w, ill be rendered against you ac. cording to the demand of the complaint, which has been filed with the qlerk of said court. The cause of action herein Is for the purpose of obtaining an abso- lute and final decree of divorce from the defendant herein named under the laws of the State of Washington. This is an action for divorce by the ,plaintiff against the defendant on the ground of desertion and that you are further required to--show cause if any therebe~l Why you should not be required to pay support, attorneys fees, cc~ts and disbursements and be re. strained from haunt the custody of minor children of the parties thereto. This pttblication is bas. ed, pursuan,t to RCW 4.28.100et seq. GRANT J. SAULIE Attorney for Ptai~tiff Office A@d~ss: Larsen B~ilcttng, White Salmon, Washington 12.20. 1. 24 6t SUMMONS BY PUBLICATION~ In the Superior Court of the State of Washirtgton in and ~or the County of KlickLtat. C~YC_~E G. I~EA~D and LUCILE B. RF_~A), his wife; A. J. CLAR- H)GE and BESSIE CLARI~GE, his wife; A. J. CLAIRIDGE and BESSIE CILARIDGE, his wife, ~ELEN QLAttII)C~, surviving wife of S. E. C~ARIDGE, de. ceased, and ELLIS H. CLA~. I~DGE and DONNA CLARIDGE, his wife, a co-partnership;, Pl, aintiffs, vs QHA~RDES W. KEI_~AS and JANE DOE I~ELLAS, his wife, and their unknown heirs; CHAR. DES H. ESTES, deceased, and JULIA F~TES, his wife, and their unknown heirs; JULIUS A. KALLICH and KATE A. KALLICH. his wife, and their unknown heirs; D. S. NORRIS and DORO'I~Y ~IO~I~IS, his wife; A. J. GP, K)S~ and M4kRY ~ROSS, his wlfe. and their un- known heirs; the STATE OF WASHINGTON; and all .oth- er persons or parties unknown claiming any right, title, es- tate, lien or interest in the real estate described in the complaint herein; Defendants. The State of Washington to the said Charles W. Kellas ~nd Jane Doe Kellas, his wife, and their un~nown heirs; Charles H. Es. tes. deceased, an~ ~Is unl~own heirs; @ulius A Kallich and Kate A. Kallich, his wile, and their unknown h~irs; D. S. Norris and Dorbthy Norris, his wife, Mary Gross, deceased, and her un. known heirs, and all other per. sons or parties unknown claim- :ng any ~right, title, estate, lien or interest in the real estate de- MT. ADAMS SUN -- BINGEN- WHITE SALMON, WASHINGTON Business and Professional scribed in the complaint herein, Defendants: You, and each of you, are here- by summoned to appear w~thin sixty (60) days after the date of the first publication of this sum. ions, to wit, within sixty (60) days after the 3rd day of'Ja~., 1957 and defend the ~ove-en- titled action in ~e Superior Court aforsaid and answer the complaint of the plaintiffs and serve a copy of yam" answer upon' the undersigned attorney for the plaintiff, at his office below stat- ed; a~d, in ease of your failure so to do, ~udg,ment will be ren- dered agai=tst you according to the demands of the complaint in this action which has been filed with the Clerk of sai~[ Court. The object of this action is to quiet title in plaintiffs to real estate in Klickitat County, Washin~gton, described as: Government Lot 3, Section 1, and the West Half of the North- east Quarter and the North. west Quarter of Section 9, all in Township 4 North, Range 11, E. W. M. against the claim of the de~c~. ants and any one of them. Grant J. Saulie Attorney for Plaintiffs Office and Post Office A~dress: 'Larsen Building White Salmon, Washington 2.3.P..7.6tc ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS TOWN OF BINGEN - KLICKITAT COUNTY WASHINGTON POLICE CAR Notice is hereby given that the rown of Bin'gen will ,receive seal- ed bids for furnizhing one 1957 V8 Police-type four door black sedan with speoifications as f~l. lows: Engl~e P,6o~ cu. in. displace. ment minimum Synohromesh transmission Heavy ,duty :~I" clutch Heavy duty front and rear sus- pe.nsion (heavier than stand- ~r d ) 40 Amp. low out.in generator Oil bath air cleaner or equal ~eplace~ble cactridge-type oil ~ilter 12 volt, 66 plate, 70 amp. houz battery Positive a c tion windshield wipers or electric Right hand sunv, isor (install- ed) Padded dash Full circumferance horn-blow- lng ring. Swivel mounted spotlight with 4" ~ed lens with automattc blinker ( to be approved by Town before installation) Automatic windshield washers ~nstalled ~utomatic back-up lights ,in- stalled DeLuxe Airflow or ~resh air heater (larger than stand- ard) Heavy duty vinyl upholstery (heavier than standard) Anti-freeze protection to ---20 degrees Interior light to light up when front doors open Fu]~l underbody undercoated Itea~ duty floor mats frarlt and rear (heavier than standard) Heavy duty front and rear seats ~'~ive (5) 7~0-~14 or 7.60-,]5 4- ply Nylon tires. Cigarette l~ghter installed Per.table-type service light in- stalled ~ wired under dash (to be approved by Town be- fore installaion) Emergency brake warning sig- nal Model 30 Sterling siren Divider screen (slanting) be- hind front seat (,to be ap- proved by Town ~before in- stallation) Satfety belt for dr~ver and pas- senger on front seat ~Bidder to state delivered cost to city with federal tax excluded a~d sales tax included ~ith trade.in of 1952 Ford police se- dan. Separate quotations on the above des~ibed police car equtpped with standard andlor automatic transmission will be received until 8:00 o'clock P. M. Pacific Standard tim@# on Thurs. day, the 7th day of February, 1957 at the City Hall in Bingen, at which time all bids will be opened and publicly read aloud. The Town of Bingen reserves the right to reject any and all bids or waive any informalities in~ DR. HOWARD R. LIBBEY Dentist Tuesday to ~atm-day, ~ to Closed Mon&~ Phone $454 IOOF Temple, White Salmm~ DR. L. C. KRALL CHIROPRACTOR LARSEN BUILDING WHITE SALMON, WASH. PHONE ~251 -- Office Hours Men. & Fri. 9 A.M. to 5 P.M. Tues. & Thurs. 1 to 8 P.M. Wed. & Sa~'. 9 to 12 A.M. Bruce B. Swegle Licensed Real Estate Broker ERICSON INSURANCE AGENCY Bingen Phone 4181 I tlle bid~ding, No bidder may withdraw his bid for a per4od of thirty (30) days after the date set for the ~pening thereof. By: Bessie Worf, Town Clerk Town of Bingen Klickita.t CounCy~ Wash. 1-10-Jtc DR. WAYNE M. HENKLE DR. It D. OSTLUND DR. K, A. LUNDEBERG Physicians and Surgeons Patients mamin~~ by appointme~t -O1~. Office Phone 2031 Ambulance And Funeral Service DAY OR NIGHT: PHONE ~$35 GARDNER'S Funeral Service While Salmon, Wn. Paul Runyan, Jeweler Expor~ Watch Repalzlng Ind Engraving Wedding Bands & Mon'g J~wel~ Bingen Phone 4888 I I I II II [ '*I-IeliHrc" Welding of Magnodlm and Aluminum Roth Welding S~ Off Highway between and White Salmon Pete Roth Phone 4T|8 ~VIr. and Mrs. Ralph Trout were Ln Portland Friday to attend the funeral of his uncle, Jack l~inn. Dinner guests at the Roy Grif. fith home last Tuesday were Mr. and Mrs. Chesley Cuff a~d daughters. Caroline "Cuff, who has ,been home for the past week or so returned S~nday to Port. land. Mr. and Mrs. Clell Black and son, who have been staying for the past several weeks at the home'of ,her parents the John Burns, moved~ Sunday into tl~lr new home here. Mr. and Mrs. Ross Skelton and daughter of W. S. were Sunday dinner guests at the Ted ~ltz home. Mrs. "Daisy Carter will carry her right arm ivl "a sting for the next few weeks as it wa~ discov- ered she had broken a. bone in the Wrist ~n a ~tall. /lVlr. and Mrs. Roy Griffith and Karen were dinner guests last Friday - ever~ng at the Ralph Trout. home. Miss Caroline Lutz" spent the weekend with her friend Mar. garet Brock of Underwood: Mrs. Frances 'Anderson enter. tained Mr, and Mr~ John Ander. son arid family at a birthday dinner Sunday honoring, her hu~and. Mrs. Eleanor Teel underwent major surgery at Sl~line Mon- day. Mr. and Mrs. Darrel Couch re. turned Sunday from a tt~ip east where they vislted~ relatives in Indiana, North Dakota as well as in Chicago and ~New York. They left' here on Dec. 24. In Chicago they v~slted their son, Mr. and Mrs. Forest Couch. Forest has ,been in France and was re- oently c~w.harged from the ser- vice. The younger Couch famii~ [ Be Safel Buy Your General INSURANCE From an Accredited Agency Re I. BATES PHONES 4477 & ~785 | @ came home with them. 30 SUN 30 -- Together Mrs. W. L. McCutehan spent New Years in Portland with her mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Morehead vcho after a heart attack is reeu. perathng by 4-months bed rest. Mrs. McCh~[ehan also visited her sisters: Miss Rt~by ~Vlorehead of Portl~and, Mrs. Don Taylor of CANYON TltEATRE THURSDAY - FRIDAY SAT. JANUARY 17 - 18 - 19 WOMEN, WOMEN, WOMEN The Opposite Sex June Allyson. Joan Cq~lns Dolores Gray, Ann ~he:t'id~ Ann Miller, Joan Blondell Plus, Co-Hit Back From Eternity Robert Ryan . Anila Ekberg Coht. Sat. 2 p.m.--2 Cartoo~ SUNDAY - MeN. - TOE~DAT JANUARY 20 - 21 . 22 Robt. Taylor Elisabe~ Mueller The Power and the . Prize. With Burl Ires- Chas Cobu~n COMPANION HIT While The City Sleeps Dana Andrews - Ida Luph~o Rhonda Fleming Gee. ~h~nders WED.. FAMILY NITE - JAN. 25 Two Top Pictures All Seats 25c NOTICE TO ,C~EDITORS IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STAfl~ OF ~ASH~NGTON IN ~ ~ TH[E COU,Ih~'-rY OF K~ICK~AT In the Ma~tter of A~N-~A M. F~tEY, Incompetent. Notice is hereby given that the undersigned has been ap- pointed and has quakified as guard,ia~n of the person and of the estate of Anna M. Frey, in. competent; that all persons hav- ing claims against said lncoanpe. tent are hereby required to serve the same duly verkfied, on said ~uardi,an or his attorney of rec. ot~d at the address below stated, and file the same with the Clerk of said Court, together with proof af such sem~ice within six months a~ter the date of first tmblicati0n of this notice, or the same will be ,barred. ~ate of'first @u,blica~ion, Jan- uary 17, 1957. - -- ROBERT.A. F~EY ~RASIT J. SA'~ Guardian. A~torney for Estate Larsen Bu, ilding Wh,ite Salmon, V~ashington 1-17-3~c State of Washington Office of Sul~rVisor of Water Resources OITmpia NOTICE OF WATER RIGHT APPLICATION NO. 14185 TAKE NOTICE: That Osmar J. Kulmhausen of Glenwood. Wa._~hington .on Jan- uary 3, 1957 filed appllea~lon fo~ permit to divert public waters of .an unnamed spring in the amount of 0.02 seeo~ad foot sub- ject to existing rights, continu- ously each year for the purpose of domestic supply and stock water; that the ~pproximate point of diversion is located with in SW%S~E~ o~ Section 28, Township 4 N., Range 13 E.W.M., in Klickitat County. Any objections must be accom. tmnied ,by a two dollar ($2.~0~ recording fee and filed with the Sta,te Supervisor ~rf Water Re- sources within ttt~ (30) days frown Jan.u~ry 24, 1957. Witness my ~hand and official seal this llth day of January, 1957: ' M. G. W,AI2AJgR, State Super~sor of Water Resourcees. 1-,17.24-2tc 8O SUN ~O HUSU (Mrs. ~ cox) Dast Sunday a week ago, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Parr:ok and daugh- ter and Mrs. ~lorence Patrick were in T. D. where they attend- ed the christening of Mrs. Jim Patrick's nephew, to whom she was godmother. Later they "all had dinner at the home of her brother. ~A dinner gues~ Sund;ay at the home of Mr. and ,Mrs. Elwin Ol- son was Mrs. Myrtle Corey. _~bout 20 guests were present last Wed~esda~ evenIwg when Mrs. Jim Patr~, and Mrs. Ted Ltttz were co-h~tesses to a pink ar~ blue show~ honoring Mrs. John Anderso~ ,at the Patrick home. Stra~ ~arts and col. fee were se~ after ,an evening of games. PAGE SEVEN Downey, Calif. and Mrs. Hugh Conner of Boise, Ida. 30 ~UN 3O Winesap apples are known for their excellent keepa~ility. I Realty Bargains FARMS & ORCHARDS 40 acre farm. 6 miles from White S~lmon. Only Terms. 140 a crn stock remch with acres cultivated land. With re. modeled 3 he~m~m ~ building lots which ~ be divided. Terms. 11 acre pear orchard on Undo. wood Hedghts. Price iS800.00 E~ : not~zs Modarn 2 . bedroom home with garage. Part bacemenh ~ good Location in W. S. With aadttionel building Io Price $10,,500. Mo~lern Triplex in W. B. SteadT rsnmls~ nearly now~ A-I condition. Terms. Modern 2 bedroom home IF. IL A. approved. $11,500.00 with terms. Partly furnished S bodmem home with addiqontfl bulldl~ lots. Electric heat, firoplctco, good condition. $9,950.00. Modem $ hedmom, | homo. Nicely flntshmL ~ to school Price $14,00~00 er trade for Ulm prepm~ in Port. land. COLUMBIA RIVER REAL ESTATE Phone 455$ R.T. And~rso-- Salesman n I I II i ~ jJ PRICES FOR FRI. & SAT., JAN. 18 & 19 SUNSHINE HVE- PACK each 43 Fountain S01id Pack Tomatoes Zfor 55c,, Dennis0n CHILl family FestivalTreeRiFPEKHES 2- s BLUIIILL M fiARINE Slbs $1.001 ,,-- s Nestle'slNSTANTCOCOA lb. 53c (iERBER'S CEREAL Z boxes 35c JOHNSON'S EVERGREEN GROCERY BUY NOW AND SAVE All Cars {inaranteed 1954 Pontiac 4 dr. Sedan, R & H 1954 Ford Tudor 'Ranch Wagon Radio, Heater and Fordomaflc. 1953 Dodge Sierra Station wagon RADIO, HEATER AND OVERDRIVE 1953 Ford Custom Line 4 DOOR SEDAN. r & h and overdrive. 1953 Pontiac 4 door Sedan R & H and .Hydramafle. PHONE flOOD RIVL 184Z Buy Now and Save I 1951 Mercury 4 dr. Sedan Radio, Heater and Merc-O-Matic. 1950 Buick Special 4 Door, RADIO. HEATER AND DYNAFLOW COMMERCIAL 1955 Ford 3 quarter ton pickup 4 Speed transmission. 1955 Jeep- Heater and Winch OttO Byers 4 Fourth Street Hood River I I I _ . PONTIAC I _I