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PAGE EIGHT , ,,, CUT IN SALARY on Saturday in case of emergen. cy. A~tually I've had to work Saturday and sometimes on Sun. d, ay to keep up wYch the work. Somehow I've managed to do it without ever hiring any help," MT. ADAMS SUN -- BINGEN - WHITE ~ALMON, WASI~INGTON ces, he is glad to have had a choice of jobs with offers from Moses Lake, and Sutherlin, Co- quille, Empire and Florence, the last four in Oregon. He accepted the Florence offer. Twea~ 'rears Mr. and Mrs. ,Knutson arrived cal mills and during W. W. IT beoame a handyman for Brough- 1 ton Lurr~ber Co. I " Since Sept. 1951 he has been/ Bingen's all-around maintenance man in ella.rge ~of all equipment including the fire trucks. MILLIE HENRY NAMED TO POST (Continued from page I) was taken between Hicks and Cecil. Tl~:s time Cecil won 7 to 5, accord'ing to Commissioner Joe Crowe of W" S. who origin. ing highlights: "I want all the people of the four counties of my district to know that I intend to represent all of them to the very best of my abi~lity with no regard to gee graphical differences." She declared herself as up. Heart Fu.d Drive Starts February I ~Begin/~ing tomorro~v, Feb. 1, let ters will go in the mail deserlb. ing the need for and uses of TH~URSDAY, JANUARY 31, 1957 county. A quota of $1800 has been set for the county, of which this end is asked to raise half. Working with Mrs. DeWllde here are the following olunteers from the Rebekah lodge: Doris. and Lydia Biesanz, Nina Haley, Toots Gitibons, Ethel Tillotson, he says. Although he regrets leaving Bingen 1ffider such circumstmq- tn Bin gen May 23, 1937 from eastern Colorado. For: years Or, vil drove a lumber carrier i~ Io- SALE- SALE - SALE FRIDAY. JANUARY 25TH We will put on Sale 480 Pairs of "Fruit of ihe Loom FIRS T QUALIT Y NYLONS (There are no Irregulars) At A Price of 89c Pair ~s~ Hose ARt REGULARLY PRI~rD AT SUg ~ SL'g PER PAIR 1 -- Black~ Seam Outline Heel 2 --Non Run Sheer Mesh. 3 -- Full Length Siretchies. SALE ENDS SAT., FEB. 2ND LADIES, GET YOUR SUPPLY OF THESE BEAUTIFUL, SHEER FIRST QUALITY HOSE AT BINfiEN'S OWNSTORE The Friendly Store Bingen, Washington "Actually the fire department has been my first love. I feel safe in saying I built it up from a bunch of drunks to one of the best wlunteer groups o~ the whole West Coast," Knutson says. Oral has been a Bi~gen fide- man for 20 years. After serving two years as Asst. Chief, he be- came Chief 16 years ago right af- ter Pearl ~arbor when Chief Orin Mason went to work in the "shipyards. ~Knutson takes plenty of pride in his fellow firemen. Out of 28 men, an average of 18 turn out tp daytime fires. Night response is even .better. It seems migh- iT strange to teil them goodbye. -- ~0 ~UN ~0 -- The f~ve prominent bu~,ps at the calyx end of a Del~cious ap- ~ple a_ne many times called the , "sheep's nose". ated and managed Mrs. Henry's candid'acy for ,the post. Mrs. Henry w,as elected on the third ballot, 7 to 5 over Cecil. The 12 commissioners then cast a unanimous ballot for Mrs. Henry and signed their certifi- cation of her election ,to mail to Secretary of State Victor A. Mey- ers. As soon as the decisio~ was official, reporters from the Tri- City Herald and Columbia Ba. sin News raced for long distance telephones. So did Joe Crowe to inform his protege in Olympia. ,By the time he got the lime, within half an hour, the Henry household was a hubbub of AP and U,P reporters and photogra- phers. Stczteme~t Breathless with excitement, Mrs. Henry's first statement to the press co~taSned the follow- posed to new taxes, and partic- ularly any increase in the sales tax. Mrs. Henry also stated he: great interest in the comple- tion of Highway 8. 'q'he 16th District is the larg- est in the State of Washington and encompasses the great Col umbia Basin. Good roads are vitally needed to bring the prod- ucts of our new farmers to mar- l~e~ V~i~amut good roads our area cannot grow up to its.po- tentialities," says Rep. Henry who ,brings the number of we. men in the House to an even do- 2Ten. -- L.~ "The Creature Walks Among Us" funds for research and care of Ruth Warner and .Betty , Irish. heart disorders, ,according to i Two Rainbow representatives are Mrs. George DeWilde, vice chair.[ also assisting: Donna Fields and man for the west end of Klickitat DeAnna DeWilde. R. J. BATES INCOME TAX SERVICE Phone 4477 Bingen, Wash. llllllll~l~iill~llllllllllllllllllllll~llllll~llllll~ll|llllilllllllllllllllllll~ / .00 ! ! 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