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TI{~AY, JANU~aA:tY 31, 1957 FO! BE51' RESULTS... READ & USE --W~qT AD BATES-- First InserUon, 3c per word; sub- sequent insertions, 2c per word (minimum charge, 50c); Clas- sifted display, 60c per column inch; Blind or Keyed ads 25c additional per insertion. Want Ad deadline is 12 noon every Wednesday. nm FOR SALE IIrf~KEST ~ paid for scrap iron and any scrap metals, cop~er, brass, etc. Will pick up at your place. Phone H. R. 5853. ~-24-6tp FOR ~ -- 2 story buslness building. 2 store rooms and up. stair~, rooms. Priced reasonable. Terms. See Dick MlitcheL 1.10-tfc FOI~ SALE 'house trailer. $850 See at OK Rubber or phone 4306. 1-31-2to BEAUTIFUL walnut spinet piano LOST & FOUND {LOST bl, ack ~e.m`ale German short hair dog. Answers to the name Belle. Anyone having information leading to her re- turn Phone 3~83. Mac Rey- nolds. 1-31-1tp WANTED SEPTIC tank pumping service. VCarren McColley, Lyle, Wash. 10-56-10-57-p LIST" your properties with R. J. Bates, ,bonded bwker. Tel. 44TI NEW tireS? Have them siped at O. K. Rubber Welders. Mr. Goodrich says, better on Lee and snow than sawdust. 1-24.3tc A-1 SEPTIC Tank cleaning. Phone Hood R~ver 5132. No ex- tra charge for crossing river. , 10-18-tf WANTED--typing & fen. office located in Trout Lake. May be had by taking over contract monthly payments. Write Roy Peterson, Rt. 4, Box 144, Hood River, Ore. 1-~17-3tc FOR SALE -- F`irewood. Phone 4791. Oak and fir. 12-13-1~ FOR REITr FOR RENT 3-R and Bath upstairs Dttplex. Furr~i~hed and nqw appliances. Across St. from Hood View Hotel in W. S. $55.00 per me. Phone Mrs. John Sha- ver, AMherst 3-2567 Le[C~nter, Wn. 1.24-2tc 4-R amd bath bottom Duplex. New furniture and appliances. Across street from Hood View Hotel in W. S. $65.00 ,per me. Ph. Mrs. J. Shaver, AMherst 3-2567, LaCenter, Wn. 1-24.2tc FOR RENT -- 2 bedroom fur~- Apt., wired for electric range. Phone 3561 evenings. 1-8-tf LI:IRS fl 4 ACRES WITH 195 FT. OF HiGH WAY FRONTAGE AT BZ Cor- ners. All fenced and cleared except a few stumps. Good wa- ter suFply from 1 inch pipe. Ex cellent garde~ and berries. 3 room house. Barn with 4stan- chions. I o r s e corral: Small chioken house. Insullated fruit house, $3500.00. A GOOD BUSINESS CORNER ON JEWETT AVENUE. Frontage I00 ft. and depth 94.7 ft. This is a good p~ece of ground o specu- late on and ,priced at only $1200.00 with $400.00 down. Balance $20.00 per rrm. LOCATED O N EVERGREEN HIGHWAY near Fort Rains. Foun dation part cement. 2 bed- rooms. Free spring water pipe.d to house. ~Easily ,accessible summer or win~ter and terms like rent with $1000.00 down ,and balance $.50.00 per month. Total $5(}00.00. VACANT FOR SOME NICE FAM- ILY TO MOVE INTO AND EN- joy. Bra~ld new too. Wall to wall carpe~ng in-ltving room and nice view wiadow. Fermi- ka drain'board in kitchen which has double sink, built-it1 4 burner range and oven. Ven- tilating Ca.% and inlaid linol. sum on floor. Biped for auto- matic washer and drier, 2 full bedrooms and easy sta,irway leading to floored attic for fu- ture expanslom. Tub awd show- erhead in bath. Also, wasbYoowl. 50 gal. water hea~. or. Iron Fireman forced air o:l heat. Concrete fou~ation and insulated'. 95x100 foot lot. $10,000 00. IDEAL FOR ELDERLY COUPLE, OR NEWLY WEDS, and conven- iently located in Bingen. erie bedroom. IAvingroom tastily decorated. New tabletop auto- matic water heater in kitchen. Modern bath with new fix- "tures. Wired for a range and very neat inside. Concrete found,orion, sewer connected and on 50xl00 ft. lot. Price $3000.00. Part terms at 4 per cent interest. =LI:IRS[n= Bonded Real Esta~ Brokers F~ank A. Johnson, Manaoer Cameo Building Phone $202 Whirs Salmon work in White Salmon. Good ref. Arlene KoitoT_.sch. Ph. week days Battle ,Ground, Wn. 6-2334 or weekend, LaCenter Am-3- 2567 1-24-2tc MISCELLANEOUS WINDOW and plate glass cut ~o order and in'stalled. Mt. Ad- ams Builders Supply, Bingen, Wn. 4. 7tf LIST,y---otlrprope~ies wilt R. J. Bates, bonded broker. Tel. 4477 S~*~MONS BY PUBLICATION~ In the Stlperior Court of the State 6f Washirtgton in and for the County of Klickitat. GRYC~ G. READ and LUCILE B. READ, his wife; A. J. CLAR. 1DGE and BESSIE CLARIDGE, his wife; A. J. CLA~IDGE and BESSIE CX,ARIDGE, his wife, HELEN (X,A~I~E, surviving wife of S. E~ CLA~IDGE, de- ceased, and ELL~ H. CLAR- IDGE and DONNA CLARII~E, his wife, a co-partnership; P~aintiffs, VS CI-~A~DES W. Ir~2LAS and JCxN~E DOE I~ELLAS, his wife, and their unknown heirs;. CHAR- LES H. ESTES, deceased, and JULIA F_~TES: his wife, and their unknown heirs; JULIUS A. KALLICH and KATE A. KALLICH, l~is wife, and their unknown heirs; D._S. NORRIS and DOROTHY l~lOl~I~, his wife; A. J. G~OSS and MARY GROSS, his Wife, and the~ u]~- known heirs;* the STATE (IF WASHINGTON; "and all oth- er persons or parties unknown claimi~,g 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 and Sane Doe Kellas, his withe, and their unknown heirs; Chartes H. Es- tes, deceased, ana his unlvnown heirs; Julius A Kallich and Kate A. Kallich. his wife, and their unknown heirs; D. S. Norris and Dorothy,#Norris, his wife, Mary Gross, ::deceased, and her u~- known heirs, and all other per- sons or parties unknown claim- ing any right, title, estate, lien or interest in the real estate de. scribed ~n the complaint herein, Defendants: You, and each of you, are here- by summoned to appear within s~xty (60) days after the date of the first publication of this sum- ions, to wit, rwithln sixty (60) lays. after the 3rd day of Ja~., 1957 and defend the above-en- titled action in the Superior Court aforesaid and answer the complairrt of the plaintiffs and serve a copy of yo~r aflswer upon :he undersigned attorney for the ~la~ntiff, at his office below stat- ed; and, in case of your failure so to do, judgment will be ren- dered against you according to the demands of the complaint in this action which has been filed with the Clerk of said Court. The object of this action is to quiet title in plaintiffs to real estate In Kliekitat County, Washington, described as: Government Lot 3, Section 1. Be Safe! Buy Your General INSURANCE From an Accredited Agency Re J. BATES PHONES-4477 & 2763 Mr. ADAMS SUN ~ BINC-EN - WHITE SALMON, WASHINGTON Business and Pr0iessi0nal DR. HOWARD R. LIBBEY Denfl~ Tuesday to Saturday, 9 to 5 DR. WAYHEM. HENKLE DR. ~ D. OSTLUND DRrK.~LUNDERERG PhyaiciausandSurg~ reports ~e State Patrol. -- 30 SUN 30 KLICKITAT liB, (Mrs. Vernon, Cochenour~ Not much news. Me~ are still very busy on the telephone line PAGE SEV]~ Lawrence Conklln ca}led on his sister, Mrs. Gladys Ke~p Sunday. 30 SUN .~O -- SubscriDtion l~tld UV? Do ~ n~v and the West Half of the North- east Quarter and the North- west Quarter of Section 9, all in Township 4 No~th, Range II, E. W. M. against the claim of the defend. ants and any one of them. Grant J. Saulie Attorney for Plaintiffs O~fice and Post Office Address: Larsen Building White Salmon, Washington 1-3-2-7-6tc No. 3329 NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF WASHINGTON IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF KLICKITAT In the Matter of ANNA M. FREY, Incompetent. Notice is hereby given that the undersigned has been ap. pointed and has qualified as gu~rd,irm af th~ person ~nd of the estate of Anna M. Frey, in. competent; that all persons hav- ing claims against said ineompe- ten~ are her by required to serve the same duly veriiied, on said guard an or his attorney of rec- ord at the address below stated, and file the s me with the Clerk of said Court, together with proof of such service within six months after the date of first publ[c?tion of this notice, or the same will be b~arred. Date of first publication, Jan- uary 17, 1957. ROBERT A. FREY Guardian. GRANT J. SAULIE Attorney for Estate Larsen Bu lding White Salmon, Washington 1-17.3t filRL SCOUT ASSN. ORIiANIZED'tlERE Girl Scout leaders, assistan~ leaders and committee members met in the Bingen school care, teria Thursd'ay morning Janu- ary 17 to form a "Neighborhood Association" whioh will n~eet period'ically to ~isctl~ :trooP~'P#o. gross and problems. Mrs. Bruce Stevenson was ask- ed to be the neighborhood ch`air- man an~l will act as coordinator ,between local groups and the Nstio:lal Organizption' of Girl Scaut~. ,-- ''~e~ are n~:78 girls in the Girl .q~2but Program in White Sal- mon a,nd 38 fn Bingen. Also the program is .getting started at Wil lard'With 13 gifts at present. Miss Laura Mac Hammers, Nat iorkal representative, will be in White Salmon in March to meet with all people who have been and are interested in Girl Scouts. At the time ,Mis,~ Hammer and Mrs. Stevenson hope to coordk~- ate past, present and future Girl Scouting in this area. SO ,~UN Be PERSONALS Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Peterson and Sa~dra braved ehe blasts in a jeep to be with Mrs. Peterson's parents, the Guy Need hams on Sunday. Mrs. Ed Larsen was hostess Thursday afternoon to a nearly formed ~brtdge group. , rrhursday evening Mrs. Ron Wilson entertained her Pinochle clt~b. Tonight Mrs. L. A. BeaudTy will ,be hostess to the Pinochle clutb in White Salmon. In a letter to Mrs. Jack McCoy, her friend Flora Canfield tells of mild sunny days in C~pLtol Hill, North Carolina where she is visiting with her daughter and son-in-law. Mrs. Carffield didn't say exactly When she would re- turn west but hinted some, where near the first of February (Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Gardner were hosts to the ~Bernard Pol- lards .at dinner Friday night. Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Sampson of Portland, nephew of ~Wsrren Rowland spe~t Sunday ~ith the Ira and Warren Rowlands. After being with the Maurice Balsigers or ~b~ut 10 d~[y~s their twin grandchildren Phillip and Lind`a Schuman were taken to Portland last week to Join their parents, on route ~home from a southern vacation. The Theodore T. Paul~ens have as thei'~ gueSt~thiS wee~::Ouy Beckwith frem~Shelton, Wash. Mr. Beck~vith: and Ted were schoolmates at'WSC a few years ago. Closed Monday Phone ~454 IOOF Temple, White DR. L. C. KRALL CHIROPRACTOR LARSEN BUILDING WHITE SALMON, WASH. PHONE 3251 -- Office Hours -- Men. & Fri. 9 A.M. to 5 P.M. Tues. & Thurs. I to 8 P.M. Wed. & Sat. ,9 10 12 A.M. j ...... _ ii j I IIII Bruce B. Swegle Licensed Real Eatate Broker ERICSON INSURANCE AGENCY Bingen Phone 4181 Larry Windom~ stationed with the Navy at Pearl Harbor is ex, periencing two extremes in wea- ther. At present he writes his mother, Agnes Winter, that he is suffering from heat; in 60 days he will be at Point Barrow, Alas. ka and no doubt will need all the warm clothing he cam com. mandeer. This afternoon Mr~ Wm. Ja- cobsen will ,be hostess to the Sewing club at her home. Wednesday, week, Mrs. ence Bangert was hostess to the Christmas sewing club, During the change of semes- ters at College o~ Puget Sound students were given a few days vacation. Kearby Sl~rague and his guest, Miss ~nnah Davison of Om.ak, bgth students at CPS, spent an extended:weekend w~th the T. K. Spr~gue~ Mrs. Eddie Reed was hostess Monday evening to her ,bridge cluJb. Three tables were played. U~tll the end of the week Mrs. Agnes Coughlin will be ,n Seat- tle a,~d Tacoma. Enroute to Se- attle she spent the weekend with hr daughter in Ta~=~ma. Her sis. ter. Mrs. Withey will Join her at the Seattle Women's mazket un- til Friday. In honor of MrS,.Rffaal& Wold. kUeh, Mines. Le0~er~-u.~,-,~mn Scroggins entertained Friday ev- ening with a stork shower at the home of the former. Bingo was played before refreshments and shower gifts were opened. Mrs. Clyde Rake has been ab- sen~ from the ~ostoffiee a few days this week not feeling too well. Mrs. 'Eugene~ Hayes Sr. ia in Myrtle Creek, Ore. staying with the Robert ~aye~family to assist with the care of their new d`augh ter, Jina, born Monday, Jan. 21 at Myrtle Creek. The baby has a brother Ro~bie'. Mrs. Hayes plans to be home either the end of this wee~ or the first ,of next. Th 88 cluJb ~ e'ntertadwed by Edna Burgess last Wednesday, tTigh went to Sarah Leer, low to Verna Randall and tra~reli~g to Opal Gru.~ke and Sarah Leet. Subs for the afternoon were Opal Grunke and Phyrne Ha wes. ~tussell Dallas and Raymond Lemley came home from Clark college over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Merle Knowles anti.children have moved to Mort. roe where he l~as w6rR. Edith Nyhus, Bingen primary teacher is enjoying a visit from her son and wife and three month old babY. Everyone is thawing water pipes these days. Many places that never had troUble 'before are experiencing ff this year. Ollie Lemtey and Mrs. Stella Kramer were busy mapiping up water in the Circle rooms last Monday. News is scarce this week. Gus Famel~has been on t l~e sick list for ~era.1 weeks. He is now lmprov~n~ ; rl?ne potluck dinner and modal hour honorin,g Asher Hatch, gi~,- en by the ~er) Community church was postponed as he was unable to get up from Portland. ~In honor of ~rs. George Hunsa. ker s ~birthd~ Mrs. Mm, garet sweeney engined the bll~. day club last evening. PO ~UN R0 Al He~arys ~ on "IV ;W'hen Mrs. ,~.. M. Peck's @aughter, Mrs. Atwell, called her from. Seattle Mbnday even. ing she told of :h~ving seen the A1 Henrys on~a' TV news pro. gram. Shots wi~h th/~ Governor_ state, were made at a reception i~ their honor/ Mrs. Atwell assured her mother that :the husband.wife I legislative team was a credit Patients marnlnp by appolntmeat and everyone is trying to keep oui~. .Office Phone 2031 Ambulance And Funeral Service DAY OR NIGHT: PHONE 2333 GARDNER'S Funeral Service White Salmon. Wn. N Paul Runyan, Jeweler Expert Watch Repairing and Enoravl=2 'Wedding Binds k Man*s Jewelry Bingen Phone 4383 I I .IJ ._II : I I I "Heliarc" Welding of Maene~mm and Aluminum Roth Welding Shop Off Highway between Bingou and White Salmon Pete Roih Phone 4~N to this area. 30 SUN 30 PREPARE BILL TO RAISE SALES TAX Legislation to permit Wash. ington cities and counties to levy a sales tax of two'. thirds of one percent was drafted hst week, according to a report from Olym. pia. The tax would be added, to the existing state sales tax, making a total tax of 4 percent in those counties and cities where the full additional 2.~s of one per cent was levied~. The bill was drafted by a cor. potation tawyer for the city of Spokane, after a series of confer. ences with the State Assn. o.~ County Commissioners and the Assn. of Washington cities. , See ~aking for the latter, Ches- ter Biesen says, additional rev- enue. is desperately needed by many ra~id'ly - growing Wash- in~gton cities to provide police and fire :protection. sanitation ,and ot~lei" services, 30 SUN 30 GLENWOOD LIVESTOCK CLUB Jan. 21, 1957. The meeting was called to order by vic#.presi. dent, Claudla~ :Leaton. ~fteen ~ 1 ~, roll ca 1. We discussed putting 4-H emblems on our sign posts. Claudia Leaton gave an illus. trated talk on "care of sheep's feet". We played, some slinging games and Truth or Dare, ~efreshments'were served by the hostesses Sam~ Jo and Kareff Nell. Suggestions for a new name for our club are in order. The mewt meeting of the Live. stoc~ club will be held Feb. 11 at the Kreps'home. In place of Valentines, members will b~ng dimes for the Polio drive. Bonnie Pierce ~ 30 SUN ~0 .--- OVER THE BANK Richard Doty, H~d River bar- ber, lost control of "his car at 4 a.m. Sunday, San. 27, and went o~er a 60-~foot em~bankment west of the county shed, one mile NW of W. S. No charges were filed, w,arm by staying tmme and en- deavorL~g to keep water pipes from freezing. CANYON THEATRE THURSDAY - FRIDAY - BAT. JANUARY 31 - FEB. l - 2 Those Happy Lovers from "The Burning Hills" Tab Hunter an~ Natalie Wood ig THE GIRL HE LEFT BEHIND AND IN COLOR Guy Madison . Felicia Farr in REPRISAL SUNDAY - MON.- TUESDAY FEBRUARY 3 - 4 - 5 Disn~y's True Life Advantur~ SECRETS OF LIFE plus COW DOG And Still More Action in Flight to Hang Kong Rory Calhoun - Barbara Rush WED. - FAMILY NITE - FEB. 8 Two Top Pictures All Seats 25c Realty Bargains FARMS & ORCllARDS 40 acre farm. 6 milk tram White Salmon. Only Terms. 140 acre stock romch wLth ~4 acres eultiv~ted land. With sw- modeled $ bedroom hmsm a~l building lots whl~ cam be divid~L Terms, 11 acre pemr orc~asd oa Utter- wood Heights. Price $5~0.00 Easy ~O~. HOMES Modarn ~., bedroom home w~4th garage. Part baseman~ yory good location in W. S. With eddiflomd building lot. Price $10,500. Modern Triplex in W. S. -- Steady rentais- nearly new" A-I condition. Terms. Modem 2 bedroom homo F. IL A. approvo~ $11~$00~0 wlff8 terms. Partly furnished ~ bedmel home with addiqonai building Iota. Electric heat. flreplm, good ~ondlUon. $9~50~0, M~dern 3 ~ "R story home. Nicely finishmL C~se schooL Price $14L000~ or trade for ltim pselmsty ta l~rt. land. COLUMBIA RIVER REAL ESTATE Phomt 4535 R. T. AndarJol~ Btlosman SPELL eev|nq$ PRICES FOR FRI. & SAT., FEB. I & 2 FRANCO.AMERICAN. Spaghetti & Meat Balls l ty oore BEEF STEW SPERRY WHEAT flEART KRAFt MAYONNAISE 2 cans 49c 24 oz. can & q,mrt 79 C-: Centennial POPCORN Z lbs. . ~a, Sunshine Cinnamon WAFERS pkg. 25 l nnison CHILI CARNE Z} lb. JOHNSON'S EVERGREEN GROCERY f BUY NOW AND SAVE All Cars iiuamnteed 1954 Pontiac 4 dr. Sedan, R & H 1953 Dodge Sierra Station wagon RADIO, I~EATER AND OVERDRIVE 1953 Ford Custom Liae 4 DOOR 'ffEI~N, r &~ h and overdrive. 1953 Pontiac 4 door Sedan R & H and Hyct~amuti=. PItONE ltOOD RIVER 1842 Buy No.wand Save \ 1951 Mercury 4 dr. Sedan Radio, Heater and Merc-O-Maflc, COMMERCIAL 1955Ford 3 quarter ton pickup 4 Speed. transinissiea. 1955 Jeep ~ Heater and Winch Otto Byers 4 Fourth Street Hood River II ~ I ~1 I I