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TH!U~I~AY, J~ANU, A~Y 31, 1957 BINGEN COMMUNITY CHURCIi Dueme Hatch; PeBt Thursday Ja~. 21 7 p~m. Jr. Young people. Feb. 3 9:45 Sunday School II a.m. Worship service, Com- m un'ion. 6 p.m. Sr. Young People 7 p.m. Worship service. Feb. 6, Wednesday 7:30 Prayer and Bible study. 30 SUN 30 ST JOSEPH'S CATHOLIC CHURCH Sunday masses at 8 and 10:30 a.m. Weekday mass at 8 c..m. Coafessions: 3 p.m. Saturday~ and before all ~. 30 SUN 30 WHITE SALMON BRANCH CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF LAT'rER.JDAY SAIRT$ One block east of PUD Bldg SUNDAYS Sunday school 10 a.~ Sacraraent Sez~ce 6 p,m. TUESDAYS l~elief Society 2 p.m. WEDNESDAYS Mutual Improvement 7:30 p.m. TH~YS Pimary at 4 p.m. 30 SUN 30 BETHEL TABERNACLE ,,, ,,, ,o ,o - IDEA TH COMES TO 7 p.m. Bible study and prayer. IMRSoJ ZIMMERMAN In Parsonage. [ Thursday , J ~eath after long illness' came 7 p.m. Service in ~Reed Old I to Mrs. Vern C. (/Lottie Currant) /Zimvnerman, 63, of White Sal- Mr. ADAMS SI.~N -- BINGEN - WHIR SALMON. WA~.=H,rNGTON SENATORS SEEK RESIGNATION OF' STATE T.B. CHIEF By letter last week AI Henry METHODIST CHURCH Gee. P. Gemxj~ pastor The sermon this Sunday at Peoples Hoene." DO IMDN Ill ..-=- Adventists Lead In Annual Gifts men last Friday, Jan. 25. Funeral servers were hem at 2 p.m. Tuesday, Ja~- 29, at Gard- ners chapel, the Rev. Gee. P. ii i,,, i ANNOUNCE DATE FOR WEDDING Mr. and Mrs. Herman V. Jones of Cornelius, Ore. announce the forthcoming m~rrlrge or theh and two fellow Senators request, daughter Paula Ruth to Durwood ed Gov. Albert D. Rosellinl to re- C Jaeger son of Mr and Mrs. quest the immediate resignation' H'oward Jaeger of ~te Salmol. of ~)r. Cedrick Northrup, chief of The is a, sister of the tuberculosis division of the Mrs. Dick Reakseeker of White PAGE FIVE I their ontr~ut!on to the ~t~ office, Freder~_k & Nelson, Seat. :fie. CARE means "Cooperative for American Remittances to ~r- erywhere,e Inc." 3O SUN 30 Hawaii Bound After attending sesslou~ of the National AtJtomob41e Deal~ convention in Sam ~'rancisce foe five days Mr. and Mrs. Walter Each 'Lord's Day: Sunday school at 9:45 a.m.;~norning ser. vice, 11 o'clock. Every other Sunday: 2:30 p.m. at Skyline hospital. ,Prayer Meeting: 7.30 p.m. Wed nesdays. -- S0 SUN 30 MT. ADAMS CONSERVATIVE BAPTIST CHURCH Lower Trout Lake Valley Harold Vander Ploeg. Pastor Sunday School 10 aan~ Churoh 11 a~m. Evening Service 8 p.m. Prayer Meeting Sunday 7:~0 p. m. Young People We~dnesday 8 p. m. i -- so s~N ao -- CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE Carl O. Wilde, pastor S. S. 9:45 Su~ay morning 11 a.m. Morning worship 7:45 p.m. Evening service 7:45 p.m. Wednesday evening prayer service i Attend the church of yourI choice. You are ~lways welcome l at our services. ! -- 30 SUN 30 OUR SAVIOR LUTHERAN CHURCH Paul M. Schmidt, p~tor Bible Classes .for all ages at 10:00 a.m. and Sunday Service at 11:00 a.m. All are welcome to attend. , the Methodist church will be "Is God Real," By contributing $194.12 per :Most people ,believe in some capita, Seventh~day Adventists sort of God but many are ~lot le,ad all Protestant churches in clear in their convictions as to ann~al ,g~ving, according to what He is really like. Many Pastor Paul A. Gordon. Annual are outright skeptical because of a~erage for all der~omi.~tations is interpretativns in early life that $48.~ do not satisfy adul~ conceptions. During 1956 the local Adventist W.SXLS. church received an average Sab. frhe Womans SocieW of Christ- ~bath offering of $4~5.05 as fol. Jan Service will meet Thursday, lows: Feb. 14, at 2 p.m. at the hofne Tithes, $i,393.01; mission of Mrs. Herb Warner. funds, $3980.29; Sabbath school, :Mrs. Marion Ba~bb will be the $22949.04; church school ~n W. program leader and Mrs. Victoria S. $3500; total, $21,~222AL Hearing will lead devotions. According to the yearly report Mrs. ~arry IHunsa'ker a:td Just released, the S-dA church Mrs. Dick S~ai, pp will be hostess, operates 230 medical units; em. es. ploys 382 physi~ia~; l~as 42 pu,b. Visitors are always welcome llshlng houses printing in 20~ so se~ so ~ languages. The church su,pports 2200 for- CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY eign missionaries using 731 lang- How trust in God, divine ~,ove, uages in 184 countries of the brln,gs man sure guidanoe will world, with onIF 21 unentered. be brought out at Christia.~ In addJ~tiop the church main- Science services Sunday. taln~ 5397 schools including 16 Selections to be read frmn North Amerian colleges. "Science and Health with Key to Services for Sat., Feb. 2 in. the Scriptures" by Mary Baker clude: Sabbath school at 9:30 a, Eddy' include 454:18-21. m. and church at 11 a~-n. '~atis- Scriptural passages in the Les. faction and Justification." is the son-Sermon entitled '~I~ve' will subject for prayer meeting Wed include Proverbs 3:5.6. nesday a~ 7:15 p.m. The Golden Text is from I John . -- ao sv~ ~o -- 4:1 W -- .,o ,o ITNESSES PL MT. aVAMS AE ER P mH --MARCH 1.3 MEET Kenneth 0 Schellbach, Pastor --,A Happy People Serving the l~byterlan Community Ch'L Happy God' will be the theme Sermon: The Teachings of of a convention of 1700 Jehovah's Christ. witnesses at Beaverton, Ore., Evergreen at Mill A (Meets in March 1-3, according to Wayne Grange Hall I-Iathaway, presiding minister of Worship service 9:30 a.m. the W. S. congregation. Sunday School 10:30 a.m. (Pastor Hathaway was ~mong Youth meetings, 2d and 4th 1000 persons from 22 congrega- Tuesdays, 7 p.m. tiers who met in Portland Mon- Glenwood flay e veping to plan the confer- Sunday School 10:00 a.m. en~e. Worship Service, 8 p.m. -- so SVN Se -- ~out:h meet each Wed'. except Death Wins Race 2d Wednesday, 7:30 p.m. Trout Lake TO K. V. Hospital Sunday School 10.00 a.m. While being rushed in a ,prl. Worship 11:30 a.m. rate car from Wishram to Gold- Youth meet Mon. at 7:30 pxa. endale Wedwesd~ay. Jan. 23, Ivan Bible study, Thursday, 7:30 Musave, 42. Wishvam died befo , -- 8o su~ ~ -- ~ reaching Kllckitat Valley h~'a*'*',,~v---- ASSEMBLY OF GOD C2q[I~CH al -- or at least ,before physic- C. C. Hutchcroft, pastor ians could examine him, accord- Sunday ing to Sheriff E. C. (~z) K'aiser. 9:45 Sunday School, Roy Ohubb Mus~a~ve's death is ascribed to Supt. a heart attack. Z-Ie was employed 11 a.m. Morning Wors.b.lp ~ by. the SP&S ra41road. Phillips 6 p.m. Young People s Service funeral home was in charge, of Luelee Fuller, leader arrangements. I------ / ,--:------'----'-----I i, I,,,, 'rough ] i weather? I 1 1 with an electric dryer, who cares! ] 1 1 1 1 il ! ;I :1 :1 :,1 1 I George officiating. Burial was in the, Odd Fellows cemetery. :Mrs.~Zimmerman was .born June 18, 1893 in Grant County, Wis. Later her family moved to Ka.~sas, near Plttsburg. In 1910 she came to Cliehalis to live with a brother and in I~ to Snowden to make her home with the faro- ily of a cousin, the late Lloyd M. Currant of Sleepy Hollow ranch. On May 1, 1916 ~ne was mar- n~ed to Vern C. ~mmerman ,at Stevenson. They have since lived on the North Star ranch on the Snowden a)itd. Survivors include her husband; daughter, Mrs. lva O~mrne; four grandchildren, Clmrlotte, ~*rt, and' Jerry Ogborne, a~d Mrs. Wm. Scrupe of Ellens~r~g; ~stevs, Mrs. Myrtle Rhodes of Seattle, 'Mrs. Sylvia Stewart of Chilho- wee Me., and M~ Ermine Yea- i ger of Dubuque, .Ia, Also two hro. thers, Roy Currant of Honolulu and 1Van of Ove~ax)ok, Kansas. SO ~UN J@ DEATH SUMMONS MINNIE FIELD Services will be held at 1:.30 p.m. Satur@ay, Feb, 2 at Gard. hers funeral home for Mrs. Minnie Field, 85, who d4ed Sun- day, Jan: 27 at a IJaCenter rest home. Methodist pastor Gee. P: George will officiate. 'Burial WIll be in the Odd ~ellows cemetery. ~V[rs. Fields was born Sept. 2~ 1871 at Springfield, Ill. and has lived at White Salmon since 1930. Mr. Fields died in 1945. She is survived by two sons, Earl of White Salmon and Vir- gil; and four grandchildren, Jan- ice Rae Smith of Oklahoma, ttar. vey ~nd ~Carl Field of Salem, Ore., and Elsie Bowman. Pall bearers will be Ted O'Con ner, Claude AckleY, :Howard Hicks, M. D. Vigua.and A1 Ben. nett. -- SO SUN'S0 state health department~ The two other solons were John L. Cooney of Spokane and Karl V. Herrmann of Millwood, all Dem. ocrats. They sMd that any person who advocated the closure of Edge- cliff sanltorium in Spokane and the T~ hospital at Selah has "seriously impaired his value as a top administrator". tn additiolLto Selah and Edge cliff, the s~te maintains Mt. View sanltorlum at Tacoma and Firlands at Seattle. By consoli. dating 231 treatment at Firl,and and Mr. View, the state depart- merit of institutions proposes to comrert Sclah into an ,Institution for the treatment of mentally re. tarded children. Cotmtor Argument Senators Henry, Oooney and Herrman contend that the opera. Salmon. The wedding will be held at 2 p.m. Sunday, February 17, at the Methodist church whose pas. tot, George P. George, will of. fiei'ate. A reception will follow at the American Le~gion club, -- 30 SUN 30-- T. L. Youngsters CARE for Hungry Trout Lake (special) First and 2d grade pupils of Trout Lake school have sent 360 pounds of CARE food parcels to Germany, Hong Kong, a~d Korea. Hunsal~er are flying out of the bay city Friday for Hawaii. They were Joined in Frisco and the flight across the Pacific by Mr. and Mrs. Harry Claterbas of Portland. Mr. Cl~a~e,rt~s is Mrs. Hunsaker's brother. The return tr~p, algo by plane will ,be made the middle of Feb. ruary with plans to arrive home by the fifteenth. 30 SUN 30 Mr. and Mrs. Roy Burgess an~ family of Vancouver spent the wee~ened visiting Edna and Nelson Burgess. Each $1 pacl~age contained 22 , , ,,, ,,, ,, pounds of n~ilk, cheese~ flour, i rite, corn meal and, beans from,"The Creature Walks U. S. GOvt. surphm stoks. ~L~,e] $1 eove~ packaging and dellv.I g I[ cry overseas. I Am0~~, S~' The Trou~ Lake children sent t,, ,,,# ......... tion of Selah and Edgecllff is ~~,~e~,~,.. it, morelar~er eco,nomlal that the two., ~:'-~-'-~"~W~th~ sanltort'a. ] " They claim the average stay'of J * " patients at Selah is 159 days, J three months less than the statel ]," RPM 10-30 Special Motor O/l average. ! "This decrease in" patient stay ~ ~~ .... ~ alone sa~es the .state owyr $1000 per day. The cost per day at the f smaller hospitals has consistem : ,~ ly ,been from $1,50 to $2 per day less than at Y'lrlauds (in Seattle.. Current co.~t ~er patient day at Selah is $11 42, while that at Fir- land is $14.69 ~er patient day", i the letter said. The Senators stressed "thera- peutic and humanitarian" ~ea- aons for c~ntinued operation of Get up to 15% more usable power from your car or light truck engine.., gas savings up to 1 gallon in every 8, with RPM 10-30 Special Motor Off. This remarkable product covers the full motor ~ oil performance range from grades 10W through 30... gives you savings up to 33% compared to fighter grade motor oih! **RPM 10-80 Special" cu~ e~- gine drag.., quiets noisy, sticky hydraulic valve~ Gives full-time protection to vital e~gine parts and improved performance in all City Apartment Mildred Johnson~and Karen .Hendryx ha~e a cozy close to made a thorough stu@y of the town apartment in Portland an'~ matter at N0rthwestem Business col.] Annlversa~ "~ if its" lege and Mildred has found tern-] week went to the Marion Babbs porary work in ehe ~inlngrooLr ~mln[ who were married 13 years Jan. of the Congress hotel. Later she J29 and the ~Ivl~ Marvi~ who plans to enroll in the same bus-] were remembevlng their 7th an. iness school. /ntversary Jan. 28. ~elah and Edg~acliff as ~1~ sanl- toria and said that both ha,d! "many structural advan~tages 'or er Flrlands. . a temporary, war time con,~uvtion wh~tch un - dou.btedly ~i~ll need' replace- ment or repair in the near fu- t, ure." On receipt of the letter, Gee. Rosellini immediately announc. ed tI~at he did ~o~ ~plan to take any action toward closing Edge- cliff or Selah until a~ter he had sweel This is the cai" that's fresher and friskier from its own special look to the way it takes to the road. Those words--sweet, smooth and sassy --seem to fit this new Chevy fight down to its tubeless tires. In the first place, it /ooks the part. It has a crisp, alert appear- ance--as trim and functional as an arrow. You can tell that the styling isn't just going along for the fide. But the real clincher is the sweet and solid way Chevy takes to the road. Horsepower options, you know, range up to 245*. Come take the wheel! The Bel Air Convertible (above). The Cl~vrolet Cordite (at right). Only fran~ised ~ dealers, display this famous trademark f HUNSAKER CHEVROLET CO. WMto Bilm~m Iq,IOWR ao'rr I - I