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TI-II2RSDAY, JANUARY 31, 1957 MT. ADAMS SLrI~ -- BINGEK - WHITE SALMON, W~-I~GTON PAGE THR]~ ! "i Les Mulkey's THRIFTY FOODS Specials for Thursday, Friday & Sat. 1 lb. 99c Free Cup of Coffee Every Saturday Sylvia Johnson celebrated her llth birthday with a party on Monday, San. 28. Stormy J,a~'mann and Carol Hollenbeek celebrated their third birthdays with a party on the morning of Jan. 23. Trout Lake is still in the grips of a cold wave with tempera. tures going down to -26 degrees. Frc~zen water pipes, radiators, run down batteries and stalled cars are a common oceurre.nce. T. L. M.ttstangs beat the Lyle basketball tear6 Saturday night, 47-42. Saturday night, Feb. 2, Klickitat will be in T. L. for a game. ':Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Conklin and Mr. ,and Mrs. Leonard Conic- lin, Jr. and little daughter, spent the weekend in Seattle and Oly~n l~a. The Holler~beck mill is closed down for repairs. The 4H cooking clv~b was call- ed to order by our leader, Mrs. Mashall. We elected the felines. ing officers: Darleene Marshall, secretary; Sylvia Johnson, news reporter. We named our club "The Busy Beaters". We have seven members. Darla Quacken- bush will have charge of a gafne. PET-SUPPLIES 39D~I __aS:l:ia 3J:hnson, rept. BEEF H U 5 U IPot Roast JOWL BACON lb. 33c MA YFLOWER QUART 43c ICE-CREAM gal. 85C There Is a Difference. Firm Ripe BANANAS 2 lbs. 33c (Mrs, Alge~ Cox) George Hendryx, tester Durh- k~p and Willis Gross were in WIonday on business. Mr. and Mrs. Jerald Bryan re. turned Saturday night Irom a month's trip to Missouri where they have been visiting her fa thor who has been quite ill. Grand,parents Mr. and Mrs. Claude Bryan are happy over the arrival of a girl to their son Tom Bryan of Lyle. This is the first daughter after three boys. Coming up from ,Portland Sun- '" day to s,pend the day were Mr. BETTY CROCKER 3 PKGS. and Mrs. Er~in CarRy and son who visited his mother, Mrs. CAKE MIXES Leaving by bus Monday for . Missouri were Mrs. Robt. Norris Whale Yellow, bowls Food to visit relatives. During her ab- And Chocol'ale MaIL ]t sense her daughter will stay with her sister Mrs. Tal,madge CANARY HENS ............ $I.00 Albert. -- 30 SUN 30 FRESH GROUND 3 POUNDS LYLE NEWS 79c1 ''O'Srensen Cold weather is still with us. The ground is wbAte with snow and temi~arature readings down SOLID HEAD LETTUCE BEEF Sho rt Ribs LB. 12c POUND TROUT LAKE Mrs. Merle Jonnscn The Trout Lake Dairyman's Assn. in closing the@ boo~, found they had $80.00 le~t in the bank. They voted unanimously to give this to the school to be CLE'AN UP Garbage Service TRUCg AVAILABLF FO14 EXTRA H&U~G BINGEN Garbage Sertdce ldW 6ff~Vl~A u~ed for boo~s for the ltbrary. Leonard Graham and Myron Halse turned this amourtt over to Mr. Lisle just before" Christmas. Gordon Wright has ,been a pa. tient in Skyline hospital for se~. oral days recov~ri, ng from sur- gery. The March of Dimes card party ]was postponed to the owning of Feb. 1. On Ja~ 25 Dick Lewis and tile Mmes. Merle Johnson, Lloyd Becks and Ben Marshall attend. ed the 4H leachers meeting in W. S. Three ~ clubsare active i~ T. L. at the present tLme-- sewing, cooking and poultry clubs. Nancy Brown was ~ ,guest of honor at a birthday party, Sat. afterrmon, J~an 26. It was her 11th birthday. llll EXPERT REPAIR AND REFINISHING ALL MAKES OF CARS Representing Pontiac & GMC Through Otto Byers, Hood River COLUMBIA IARAIE == BINtEN PHONE 4303 A.E. COX, Prop to 10 and 12 below zero with many frozen pipes reported and many cars ,being towed to get them started. Mr. and Mrs. Russ Southard accompanied her sister from Cal ffornia to }Seattle Satu~rday where they are spending a few d~ays. Mrs. Frank Tanner went to T. D. Thursday and brought her hus~band home from the hospital where he had been following surgery. Steven Sorensen of Friend, Ore. visited his grandmother Mrs. V. C. Sorensen Thursday night a~d Friday. Steven an c~ Mrs. Soren- sen spent Thursd~ay erven~ at the Staraley Hylton home and were dinner guests Frid~ay at the home of Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Cl,ark, Steven leaves next mont~< to en- ter the ar~ny. Rev. Finkbindex of Chehalis preached at the Methodist com- munity church here Sunday. Due to cold weather and icy roads, not re, any were present. ~Irs. Edwin Petersen and~ Mrs. Anna Omeg were dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Sial. ne.y Johnson Sunday. There was no school at the Dallesport school Monday as the water had rozen over the week e..nd. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Tidy- man and Mrs. Francis St,no of Colu~mbia Grange a~tended Po- mona Grange i~ W. S. Saturday Mr. anc~ Mrs. Tom Bryan are the parents of a daughter born at Skyline hospital in W. S. Jan. 24. She has been .named Beverly Ann and has four ,brothers. Mrs. Edwin Petersen of Wenat- chee was a guest at the home of her sister-in-l, aw, ,Mrs. Anna Omeg from Saturday u~til Men. day. Mrs. Petersen had been vls. iting her daughter and family in Portland. Mrs. A. S. Johnson has return- led home after spending several weeks in California. She was called down there by the serious illness of her s~[er who passed away a few days after she reach ed there. She visitzd a, num]ber of relatives before returning home. Miss Bert,s Sawtelle, minister of the Lyle church made a trip to Va.ncouver Thursday where she attended a church meeting. 30 SUN 30 tLENWOOD NEWS Llllvon Bolt Glenwood has been having bitter cold weather. Friday night it was -38 degrees. Saturday night about 6 degrees warmer but still plenty cold. Mr. and Mrs. Don Warner of BZ Corners visitel at the Osmer Kuhnhausen ~home ~Su~Id,ay helping Mrs. Kuhnhausen cele- brate her bi~hday. The Holly ,boys and Bill Con. boy were in Portland o~ bus- iness Tuesday. ~Ronald Feller was injured In the basketball game with Wish- ram Saturday night. At flails writing I do not know if he has been hospitalized. tIarry Dechand brought hl,~ wife Lois and new d'aughter 'home yesterday. Lois' mother also came up for a few days to help Lois care for the baby. Ruby Lillie and Shirley Bolt spent the weekend in Yakima, R'uby vis|tin~ hr ~tster Sylvia Ferry and ~--'~ir]ey visiting the Bill Urquharts and till,an Bolt. Not much news ~Jhis week. Most everyone is staying home by the fire. A good place to be this cold weather. Ilnderw00d Briefs Now in the sunny southla~cls of California are Mr. and Mrs. Jim Anflmn. They will spend some time with their daughter and fam,ily in Berkeley before returning. Mr. and Mrs. RaY Ernest (Mary Lou Estey) and daughter of Ren. ton were weekend visitors at her-~ pare.nts the Howard: Esteys. Dinner guests of ehe Penn Smiths Sunday were the Edgar Boyers, Marvin Bayer, Betty Ann Rodgers, the Dirk Dirkso~s and the Leroy Zieglers. Sunday School next week is tentatively set ~o meet at t:.e home of the Penn Smiths. Brrmd New Baby ............ ':Mr. and Mrs. Martin Grove and son erie of Underwood returned Wednesday, Jan. 23, from a weeks visit with their daughter Betty, Sgt. and Mrs. Edward Kern of San Francisco, parents of baby 3oann, bo~n Jan. 6 "The weather was beautiful, out of this world, but on the way ALWAYS MADE TO ORDER The prescription your doctor writes for you Is written espe- cially for you. It is an order that mimt be filled exactly as written with the best obtainable mediclnal products. Only the finest and purest of ingredients with exact potency guaranteed by Such trusted names as Squm~ can be Used. And always the right item of equipmcnt is at hand to compound the prescrip- tion perfectly, These are some of your assurm,ces of getting just what the doctor Ordered whco ycu bring your prescription to us. For your home medicine cabi- net, as well, you will find here products that meet ..... the most exacting ~\ ?!~-~! standards.., for e~- tt~'~-~ ~"~ii} ample, the SQUIBS ~\ i'H,:.:'i ANOL~ T00~US~ ... ~%" IL\ the only toothbrush 'i bent like a dsntist's ~ ~ mirror to help You i~ reach those hard. ~'~, ~ to-get-at plae~. It ~i~.. makes thorough ~.-'.:~i[ %~ brushing surprls. ~:..~ \~ lngly easy. ~! ~[~'~i~.~. Your prescriptio~,s are our specialty BINtEN DRUI. CO. Bingen IIIII back we hqt lots of ice and snow" Mrs. Grove says. ~======%========%%==%=~ CAPITOL COMMENTS By Senator AI Henry This has .been a rather hectic week but only a forerunner of things to come. A large num- ber o~ bills t'hat will no dottbt prove controversial have already b~n introduced, with many oth. ors ibeing prepared. Senators Winberg, Neill, and myself have introduced a meas- ure that will ,give the smaller I school districts protection in can- ] sol,darien procedure. There has been much ill feeling generated by the existing law, that permits the qarger district State Secondary system has been prepared and will be introduc. ed soon. We are also preparing a trailer tax bill to replace the excise tax ,passed by the last legislature. It is our plan to come up with a bill that will not penalize those who live i`n trailers, out of pro- portion to a home owner. After a couple of preliminary meetings with the Hiway De- partme:nt it appears that we will be able to secure funds for the completion of the "Missing Link" on Hiway 8. However, due to dif- ficulty in securing all the right of way, coupled with a~ abnor- mally large budget, it will be difficult to ,get construction funds for 8-.13 north to ~Husum. This discussion is still g~ing on howe~er, and is far from settleck Naturally I a~n happy that Milly was chosen to fill the va- cancy left by tl~e death o~ Rep. res ntativ~ Ole Olson. We are deeply appreciative of the con. fidence e~pressed by the com- missioners and our many friends thruout the district. I perscnally feel that Milly and Mike MoCor- mack will do a fine job in the House. As a three-unit team we hope to Sulfill the needs of our district. -- 30 SUN 30 -- The Oscar Brannins of Steven. son were visitors in White Sal- mon Tuesday. They spent the af- ternoon with eheir daugl'~ter Mrs. Gryee Read. Out Snowden Way The Govt. weather station at Bob Gill's registered -23 Friday morning. No news because everyone is staying home to keep the water from freezing and keep the houses warm. The sympathy of the commun. ity is extended to the Elmer Os- borne's and to Vein Zimmerman. 30 SUN 30 Mr. and Mrs. Don Dickey are enjoyi`ng a vacation in Arizona and other places. The boys are staying with their grandmother, Mrs. Ruth Dickey. "l I COLD WEATHER ITEMS to ta~e the smaller district over. j I That is not a democratic process, and small districts must have| SNOW SHOVELS equal ,say in their future. [I The bill to put-the Lyle - Kliek- I ][~[~ IPE VIP itat- Goldendale road fill the |U[[~:l~[~=llCRYSTALS - ra~o.un~, DD1E C"T~I'~ kllE I Infrared Heat Lamps Ribbon lteat THREE ONLY HAMILTON AUTOMATIC WASHERS ' Special Clearance . . $199.50 Regular $259.95 Wyers Trading Co. Jack ~ ~ Orie ". ~ ~,,..'c..~.." New Standard petrochemical has [U ,. an exciting place in your future .. , 0 q 0 f6r 3~ new manufacturing firms by 1965 1965 1957 ~ E.~ ..~-'% Standard's economists say: "New products from Isophthalic will help provide employment for the 600,000 new workers in manufactur- ing the West will have by 1965." H~tndreds of thousands of re,an hours in research produced these cryst'als that will revolutionize many paints and plastics. HOUSE PAINTS THAT LAST YEARS LONGER, supcrs~rong light-weight luggage, improved fibre-glass fishing rods and boats.., these are some of the things that will come from Isophthalic*, a new petrochemical from Standard laboratories. Even though its possibili- ties have only begun to be explored, we have invested in a multi-million dollar plant to make Isophthalic. We're convinced it will make as important d change in your life as detergents, wrinkle-resistant fabrics and other modern wonders whose basic materials were prod- *Manufactured and distributed by Oronite Chemical Company, a wholly owned sub- nets of "--" "bmnoara research, sidiary of Standard. STANDARD OIL COMPANY OF CALIFORNIA plans ahead to serve you better ESTES INSURANCE ON INSURANCE AGENCY CREDIT -- 10% DOWN -- AND TEN MONTHS TO PAY