Newspaper Archive of
Mt. Adams Sun
Bingen, Washington
January 31, 1957     Mt. Adams Sun
PAGE 2     (2 of 8 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
PAGE 2     (2 of 8 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
January 31, 1957

Newspaper Archive of Mt. Adams Sun produced by SmallTownPapers, Inc.
Website © 2020. All content copyrighted. Copyright Information.     Terms Of Use.     Request Content Removal.

PAGE TWO lllgtI'lTE~ UTIM l[ltI 151, Goldenedale 54. 'By quarters: ]~U]L4V[~,.~ ,][L~ ll~ i~/ol:• :: 8101: 2~6 htllgL~/t EllkIl˘ll I The Bruins held. the lead for rllUIU [II~IDII |three quartem, but started lag. Iging when Logan and Kapp With three seconds, left to |fouled out in the third period. play and the score tied 51-51, ] At one point in the fina.1 start. Slawson cinched the outcome|za; the Wolves held an eight for Goldendale Tuesday nightlPoint lead before being forced to by ~i~qking a lay-up and a freeJ a photo finish. throw. FL, lal score was W.S.|Brul~ WolvN .... j f, Reed 8 McClaskey 19 I I| f, Estey 8 Slawson 12 l ~ ~ 9 l| c, Murphy 4 .Alexander 13 I ~llor[$men s llg, ~e,'ljamin 21 Claussen 8 [ r- [J g, Logan 5 Wilson 2 I |KT~'IITI i~r,11~.h I~IPO I| Subs: (W. S.) Collins, Kapp, I INSULAIEVI'AU3 ~|Frey 2, Jacox 3; (G) Dayton.. | || Goldendale won the prelim- ] g,,, I|i~aary 56.38. Players were: (W. I ".," |Is.) Coehran I0, Rea'l~ecker 5, I Servus Rubber llMccoy, Reed 5, Benjam, i~ 16, [ |I Durham 2, Eceles, Wright, Mor- | [~ris, Ohnemus, Baker; (G) P~a- | ,-, rrz . ,~ .-,'~s I I mey 10, Hamilton 2, ~Srokaw 10, I rot wet ~ t, ma IlGeary 14, Mitchell 6, Case 4, Carr, Broka.w. I " IIGLENWOOD LOSES I ,h.,. o,- II rWO.HOOPCAM S 9 Dale JohnsOn | II lost two games over the weekend, | O _ _ -- JL ~ I, -- -- || losing Friday might to Klickitat ~ p U r [ ~ ~ U p |] oll the local~floor and falling to | |/Wishr~m on the la~ers floor | w~HITE SALMON |1 Saturd'ay night. n , "' Klickitat. Won over the Eagles , I I ~lll lil~ i ---- INSURANCE POLI(:' Now Includes all: FIRE-AUTO-HOME and FAMILY LIABILI' The remodmble new Ul~raPOlicy, Issued axdustvety inDUS GENERAL OF AMERICA, can include virtually your insu~.nce in lust ONI POLICY. IVu the money-su~lng, suis way to insuro l oNE policy ONE renewal date ONE premium*- ON| UltraPollcy can be put inta affect Immediately without disturbing your pyesent insurance or Iodng one cent of preminms you have already paid• Ask us for detaiit~ Home 'ERICSON INSURANCE ASENCY PHONE 4181 BIHGEN, WASHINGTON "WHERE INSURANC~ IS A BUSINESS.---NO7 A SIDELINE" We have the electric equipment and /rained servicemen to do an o expert job of TV:~pai~s. fo: you. Call us now. Fbr Sunday TV serv- ice call 2091 before 12 Ask About Our REVOLVIN5 BUINiET PLAN An Easy Weekly or Monthly Time Payment Plan -- You Set Your Own Payments! Name your own Limit! pH! 2WA Y HARDWAREn MT ADAMS SUD -- BI.NGEN - WHITE KAL~ON, WA˘~IlqGrrON 45-38 a~d Wishra~ Indians won by th,~ ~ore of 40-38. KUckitat GIenwood f, Whittum, Du 10 Andrew 8 f, Whittum, Dw 10 Murray 5 c, Norton ~ton :Feller 15 g, Hart 10 Anrig 2 g, Miller 10 Kona 8 St~s: (K) Martell 5. ] W~hram ˘ie-,woodI f, Bryson 5 Andre~ I0] f,' LaVigne 15 Murray 4 ] c, Elliott Ron Feller, 2 g, Graybill 8 Anrig 61 g, Edmo 6 Kona 121 Subs: (~W) Gray,ill, Jim 6; i (G) Ladiges 4. KALAMA TAKES i NIP & TUCKER ' Friday ni~hCs ni,p and tuck game at Kalama saw the lead change hands four ~imes but the~Bru.ins lost, 54.51. The score by quarters tells the ~tory: W.S. 6 14 IS |5 (51) KAL. lg 14 15 13 (54) aru.~ xauuaa f, Reed S • Becker S L Estey ° Holt 2 c, Murphy 13 Wheatley 2 g, Benjamin 2,2 Da~rls 14 g, Logan 6 Moawad 25 Subs: W. S.) Kapp 2; (K)~La- roy 2, Lind~erg 1. Kalama won'thE preliminary, ~7-36. " Scoring was as follows: (W~.) Cochran 9, Reaksecker 4, McCoy 10, ,Reed 6, ,Benjamin 7, Durham Morris, Ohnemus ~aker; (K)Sei- ger 20 Ziegler 6, Jansen 14, Craw- ford 5, Michaelso~ 2, Sell. SEEK MONEY FOR LAKE PROJECT To rehabilitate Trout Lake by poisoning the tullies and blast. fog a new chaxmel, the Mr. Ad. ams Fish & Game Assn. this week will undertake a drive for $1 ~ortations. The campaign will end FrMay, April 17, according to Lee L~mley, v.p. Other 1957 officers are Les Dur- hkop, president; Ray ~IcQueen, secretary-treasurer; and the fol- lowing directom ~ Larry Fields, Ed Larsern, Fritz ~'alermo ann Bert Sorter. To get the lake project started, Trout Lake Grangers raised $70 from a ham dinner. So far the State has given no assistance ex- copt its permission to change the lake's c2mnnel. ° ~or $40 I~st fall the Assoc- tion poisoned one acre af tullles ~w~lth con~plete suo~. ~ 30 SUN BO GAME "MISSION SHUNS EASTER The-State Game Commission announces the following open- ing dates for the 1957 summer fishing seasons: April 14 for low. land, l~akes, a~d May ill9 for streams anal high lakes. This is the earliezt opening date since 1946 when the season opened April 7• " From the Game Dept.'s view- point, April 21 would l~e been a much more desirable date for the season opening, but in recog- nition of Easter services the op. ening was set one week early. The Commission also faced strong pressure to have the sea. son open on Saturday instead ot the trad:tional Sunday. Due to the exceptional heavy turnout o! anglers on opening day, result- ant catches on some lakes take as high as 35 percent of the fish population. A opening would de- plete some waters as much as 50 perce~t, leaving mediocre fish- ing ~or the rest of the season. For , - i ii Risking~rreplaceable vision with skimpy eyesight service and low. quality glasses is foolish, and can he harmful When you "'shop around" fo, low-priced eye-care, you ga'nd,le • • .'with the (~hls a~,irtsl you • • . with the dic~; h,a, hM to trip~ you! Your eyes de~sc.rv,: the best - ouly true, thoroughl) p,o resiDual visual service. DR. JOHN M. GEST OPTOMETRIST Phone 9707 410 OAK ST. HOOD RIVER III ~11 TH~,RS~AY, 3AN~UA_RY 31, 1957 this reason, the Sund~ty openir~g ! and plung~d into the ditch. The ~Expired: 1-2~ Lottie Zimmer. [ an essay, the winner w, as select- was retained. ~'truck was a total loss, but no man, W.S. led on the basis of scholarship, In general, regulaUons for the damage occurred to the trailer, ~ ao SUN so ~ ] character, leadership, partieipa- coming season remain the same State Patrolman R. F. l~asmussen Goldendal~ Gzrl I tion in community welfare, in- t .... with a ~ew minor excep zons, reports, t~t. r~ ; ; ; a ; ]terest in church and Sunday among which is a general "no ~ so sus so ~ [ Sqle Ins /~e~eRan .~na | school activities, and general co. limit" rule on spiny-rayed fish i lOOF Trzp to U.N. I oper~Uveness i.~ the project. except Ln specified waters, ql~Vl I~F Hfl~PITAI G~oldendale -- Pasty Kloker, l :., SUN 30 I called to the Hugh Shields res- rien Bernier, Cook; 1-23 Ora Hat- ~I'he trlp is sponsored by I.,eahl Y . Y : " ldence Saturday evening to ex- field, tL R.; Joyce Bwan, Lyle; RebOkah lodge and the Odd Fel-[t~ sch~x'.. . ingu,ish a fire started while try- 1-24 Gordon Wrigh, t, Trout Lake; lows lodge. Patsy will make the I ~n~ presme~ is Carol Po~nor; ing to thaw a frozen pipe with a B~njamin Stetson, No. Bonne- trip to New York in June or Julylsee', byt~la Jonns~n; news re- blow torch. " ville; LaDonna Funded, burR, Ap- with 33 other~ delegates. | porter, Sharo_n Quacken~oush.. Two fires in Blngen were oleto.~: Lena Marie Cox*. Bin- B~sides the two winners, three| ~o~anne uurdett servea ca~ce • - " " - em caused by faulty constructzoa -- gen; 1.25 Charles Thompson, other Goldendale high school stu] and drL~fl~z. We have nine m - board framework adjacent to an Bingen; 1-~6 Harried Hazard, dents competed in the oratorical1 bets. overheated chl~ev~. The. first Skamar::a; Sarah ]:~ard, Bin- contest: Donna McCardell arid/-~~ blaze was Sunday. a~ternon at gen. Susan Michael, both ~ophomores,/ ........ the Hank Henningson home; the * Discharged, also Cacherine and Pat Porter, a Junior. Their[ ~*Thp~ Craaflwa W~lks second at 1 p.m. Tuesday at the 3ohn/;on, Stevenson; Carol Harris speeches were Judged by three| ataw waw~,~av v v ~u= Jay Hawes cottage, ~enq~cl by Underwood; ,Ruby Cook, Marie Yakima Junior ,College faculty[ l aT q~ Eiyle Sawer. Va~ wa, held Barton, W. S.; ~)avid ~tggers, men. " / ~mo~ US" to the eh~nney area. Lyle, Pat Wright• In addition to the speech and/. "~'~ ~'~ "--'7" SO SUN 80 ~ __ ....... ' " Deadline Today ' For Non-Citizens - ~ " Today, Thursday, Jan. 3~, is k the deadline for allegro to regis- I ter their address a~ local postof- flees. Willful f~lure to comoly with annual requirement in- rites Jail ~ente~oe. fines and. de. • portation• Pare.~ts of guardians must file the report for alien children less than 14 years old or ,persons in. competent or under custodial care. ,Proper forms for the address report are available at any U. S. Post Office. 80 SUN I1@ SEMI LOSES AIR ON STEEP GRADE ,In Klickitat V~lley hospital with broken leg, pelvis and poE. sible internal ln~u~s is truck clviver Wilburt Chestnutt, 56, Fresno, California. His 49 Ken- wort% tractor'and semi trailer lost its air on the Maryhill Grade at 1 a.m.* Friday, Jan. 25, 7.6 ,miles south of Goldendale. After losing i~ air, the truck went off the right side of the road, then swerved across the highway into the left guardrail ! NOW AT Uptown Flower Shop SPRING FLOWERS TULIPS,' HEATHES, VIOLETS HYACINTHS k ffONOTJILS Phone 3911 II NEW FORD TRUCKS , ;57 New pickup with Styleside oody, standard at no extra cost, gives you stunning style ode the biggest capacity of any holf.tonner. Available in 6~A- and 8.ft. body lengths. The Rancheml More than o car, more than a truck--it's a completely new kind of vehicle. A real pack horse that handles metre than half a ton. Totally new Tilt Cabsl Amer. ica's lowest.priced,* most mod- ern Tilt Cob line. Six complete ~ew Ser~s, upto 60,000-1b.GCW. They're modern through and through The boldly modern styling you see just hints at how deep-down modem the '57 Fords really areI " New Ranchero rides, handles and looks like a mod- em car, It's a rugged track that carries over ball a ton-more than many standard pickups. Ford's all- new Tilt Cab Series brings modem design to the big-track field. It's America's lowest-priced* Tilt Cab line, New Ford pickups back up their modern styling with higher power, completely new cabs, a new kind of ride, Styleside bodies are biggest of any pickup. The tracks shown here ~ust touch the sweeping changes in the he@ Ford line for '57. See your Ford Dealer for complete details on the truck to fit your job~ *Baeed on a eOmvarison of factory-~uggcsted list price~ NEWcob$-complelely new--stronger, roomier, smarterl New wider windshield. N~w inboard step, new Hi-Ori ventilation• NEW hydraulic clutch standard in ell models from pickups to tandems. Easier to operate~ works like hydraulic brake. Clutch and brake pedals ore suspended typel NEW Styleside pickup bodies standard at no extra cost. America's biggest pickup bodle, I Side Ioading's far easier with full-width body. ,NEW riding comfortl Big new roomy cabs, completely new chassis suspension and increased visibility improve handling ease. NEW chassis strengthl New frames, up to 13~ stronger. New sturdier front and rear axlesl New higher capacity springsl "~?,/EW power advancesl Higker horsepower, freer breathing, higher compression ratios, new Super.Filter air cleaner, Short Stroke engine design--V-8 or Six, in every modell For "57 and the years ahead-- FORD TRUCKS COST LESS - LESS TO OWN..tESS TO RUN... LASTLoNGER TO0! K ($ S MOTORS BINGEN. WASHINGTON .... PHONE 2444 :i