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PAGE FIGHT ~,~ Mr. ADAMS SUN ~ BINGEN - WHITE SALMON, WASHINGTON T,HiURSJDAY, JANU~A/tY 17, 1967 .. It PAYS to plan with your Printer and Publisher THE GRAPHIC ARTS INDUSTRY /~ COMMEMORATES THE BIRTHDAY OF Fruit Commission To Elect Member . On the first day of the North- west Canners convention, the Washington ~ta%e Director of Agriculture will hold a meetlng to elect a member to the State Fruit Commission. The meeting will be held a 4 p.m. Monday, Jan. 28 in the Spruc~ Room of the Multnomah hotel, Portland, to elect a mem- ber to Processor Position 13, now held by Larry Jones whose term ends April 1. T~ae above me~tlng ooarers Dist. ON RUBBER FOOTWEAR WOOL JACKETS WOOL k ORLON UNDERWEAR R~D WING IRISH SETTEI~ rict 2: Kittitas, YakLma, Benton, Franklin, KlickiVa,t, Walla Wal- la, Columbia, Asotin, Garfield, i Whitman and Adams counties. 30 bUN 30 OLENWOOD NEWS Lilly on Bolt The Glenwood Auxiliary La. d:es met with Mrs. l~a~a Kuhn- hatmen, Wed. a-ternoon. A most pleasant afternoon was eJoyed by at1. PaulLne Ladiges, Mary Holly, and Barbara H.a~haway went to Goldendale Wednesday to visit Gladys lAllie in the hospital. She returned from the hospital F~iday and was improved enough to be able to d~ve her own car home-. Sharon Yeajil was home fratr~ ~d over the weekend. Glenwood valley has about 8 inches of snow. A cold east wind was bicycling Sunday, mak. ing the roads qteite slte.k. The Glenwood Altar Society had ,its ~Irst meeting at the home of Mrs. EaH Odle. The fol. lowLng m~tings will be the 3d Wednesday of each month. Next meeting wlll be held at the home of Mrs. ~ '~Jl'mRz. Of. ricers are Ida Odle, pres. Mrs. Dinehart, v~p.; Mrs. Harry Ford, See. and Mrs. ~lvner B|.e'e ]The Glenwood Altar Society ~gS Owl] re [will have a bake sale at the Le. m~ glon hall Tuesday, J.am. 29. "THE FRIENDLY STORE" ~ " -- no SUN ae Home Of Wins, C~nutt Caik Shoes[ PERSONALS ~ I ..... ' I ~ ' T~he Sid Williams are settled ,in Laguna Beach, Calif. to soak up Risking irreplaceable vision with skimpy eyesight service and low. quality glasses is foolish, and can be harmful." When you "shop around" fol low.priced eye-care, you gamble . . . with the odds against you . with the dice loaded to trip you! Your eyes deserve tire best - only true, thoroughl) pt,. fessional visual service. DR. JOHN M. GEST OPTOMETRIST Phone 9707 410 OAK ST. HOOD RIVER sunshine and rest for the re- maLnder o~ the winter months. Friday Mrs. Leon ~ilts served luncheun to members of the Has pdtal G~ld Board after Which an i0.formal business sessio~ ir0n.e~ ou~ problems for the--coming Gu,ild meeting. Present were Mme~. Harry Hurr~aker a~d L. A. Bea.udry. Mrs. Ken Lundeberg was unable to be present. Jim Needham and sons Jamie and J~>hn spent the week ena with the Guy Needhams. Re. cently Billy Nee~ham was thrill- ed with a trip to Los Angeles azld a tour of Disneyland wi~th~ Mr. and Mrs. Dale Nevem'an. Heading off the winte.~ b;as~s of snow rbe Roy Maysons have left for ,heir annt~al .~guthland trip, Mr. and Mxs. Earl Warneke spent Sunday and Monday in Portia.rid attending the winter Men's Market. Stock for spring and summer clothing was pur. chased. Mr. and Mrs. Dan McCoy and son of White Salmon spent an af. terno'on with Mrs. Mary Keys last week. Mrs. Henry Ladiges and family of Glenwood visited her parents R. J. BATES INCOME TAX SERVICE % Phone 4477 Bingen, Wash. Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Lewis last 'Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. H, ay~es le~ Tuesday for Ocean Side, Calif. to visit her daughter for a month, hoping to miss the winter weath- er here. The Cliff Morse fatally has now been home a week from nearly a month in Santa Anna., Fullerton an~ Burbank, Calif. Temperatures of 85 and 86 the first week they-were in the south were almost too warm for them, but more modezate one followed. For the cI~ildren a trip to Dis. neyland was the h*igh feature[ The aria Kreps will have with them for % week or te~ da>~, Irene Hansen of Portland. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Mansfield, Sherry and Jimmy spent Sunday skiing at Cooper Spur. I ~For the ,past two weeks Mrs. Lz~ra Fordyce has been in Seat. tie and Tacoma viSiting with a sister and a niece. Mecnbers of her family &ere expect to meet her in Portland the end of the week. 30 SUN so Irish Confetti ,Frank Biesanz, maker of "Iri._~t confetti" at Winona, Minn., was in White Salmon last Saturday ing he is a ~brick manufacturer for the first time to visit his a~d his brother aharles operates .,brother Billie who has lived here a stone quarry and gravel bus- 57 years, iness, also at Winona. A fourth Although Frank and Billie brother, Fred, lives at Hastings, have few mutual acquaintances M, inn. they have ~been mista.ke~ for l Frank drove down " " $~ : ,~aturoay , each other b~ complete strang- from Seattle with a niece and, ers. I nephe~v. From here he resumed guy?,eFrB2:?aid~::;or:r:xpharnd t hil::l%te:~l~e~aa:eiaS~d' I~SorAa. EXPERT REPAIR AND REFINISHING ALL MAKES OF CARS ' Representing Pontiac & GMC Through Otto Byers, Hood River COLUMBIA fiARAfiE "" PHONE 4303 BINfiEN A. E. COX, Prop Dennis the Menace BATHROOM I,, I ,, v,,, LESS THAN ~AIL ORDER PRICES PIECE SET 3 0rU .. $49.50 .. $12.95 $ 4.95 5 Foot Recessed Tub: 19 x 17 Vitreous China Basin Close-Coupled Toilet with Seat. ALL FOR ONLY IH 32 x ~2 Steel Shower Cabinet, Complete $ 19 x 17 Vitreous ChinaBasin . . . 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For Sunday TV serv- ice call 2091 before 12 PHONE 2091 BEWARE of Unqualified TV SERVICE MEN AND TUBE CHANGERS EXPERIENCE COUNTS Our Factory Trained TV Technician Has a Qualified and Proven Record Backed by Our COMMUNIT Y REPUTA TION! ASK ABOUT OUR REVOLVING BUDGET PLAN An Easy Weekly or Monthly Time Payment Plan ~- ' You set your own pay- ments! Name your own limit! BINGEN i