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" MT. ADAM8 QUIq r Thursday, February 16, 1961 EVERGREEN ADDS WHACK TO BRUIN ,Evergreen&apos;s %u,rn to ake a whack at the lbatterod , Brulns came Tuesa riLght When he Pla}'smen gave Wlhie Salmon ,a 65.27 threshing. /fter holding the Bruins to one 'point i'n the first qtarter, the Paisnven.' un- leashe4 the letter - ,lungry re- serves to finish of the visitors. Jerry ,Hore urned in 12 points or the losers and was high r,an aor the 7alentte vasacre. Score b quarters: hite Salmon 1 11 23 27 Evergreem 17 34 48 65 , Wh'ite ,a!mon: FA 47, FGM 8; Fr, 24,  10. Evergreen: FGA 58, FGM 22, FFA 33, FT 18. White  Evergreen ,f Slocum 3 You,nee 4 f Hore 12 ;K. J,m 10 c Zkgler 5 G. Pames 3 g Zunie ,Eurdiok 3 g Childs C_re 7 Subs: (WB) B. Steven,son 3, B:ades 2, Crone 2; (Evergreen) Hebenseu 9, Ki,nrichn 5, D- Hart 4, Izcock 4, Broaker 6, Roloff 8, Pqge 2. The 'B,,uin Js won the pre']im - inavy 50.44. Whi,te Salmon wi.ll hest Kal. ana Fri.ay, Fe?o. 17 and DaCe.- ter Tueediay, Feb. 21. The Bruins wi'll wind up ther seasan at Cas- tle Rock, Fvi,day, Feb. 24. ?O UN 80 EAGLES WIND UP WITH 61.44 WIN The Glenwood Ealgles wound up their ..101 basketball season ast Friday nighCL Fb. 1, with a 6.'1-44 wictory over the Lyle Cougars. The fin'al game gve Glenvood an overall .reco:d of ten :ns and lie 19sss. Three of Coach Hecmovieh's a'gls ,brke into the douible d:git ibrackt agai.st-the Cou- gars. Hgh man or the eening was Bi'll Cooper with 17 .points, f<ilved !by Dennis King with 15 ad Warren Laditges with 14. Den:His Bets paced ,the Cou- gars with 15. Score ,by quarters: Gierw>d 9 15 17 20  61 Lyle 12 6 8 18---44 A.ls scoring: (G) .House 6, Schilling 9, Joh:n, King; (L) M. Northam, K. N,ovtha 3, Bill Gra'ndaf 9. Flyt 3, ,ay Jas- persen 2, K. Jasperson 2, Sam GrandataSf 6, Throshers 4, Heldi. III ANDY CARROLL YOUR YARD DOCTOR The mildesi winter in $0" years has been easy on the bugs. Tha! means that dead and diseased frees should be removed and burrt before the fungi and insects which deslroyed them emerge from e bark fo infesf bealfhy frees. Last year's arden trash should be mulched or burned before millions of bug eggs haich oui b invade ihis year's arden. If you need help wifh lawn, landscaping or garden, call Andy Carroll, your yard doctor, loday. Delay will prove expensive. Central Nursery And Garden Shop Poaw.00 DALLESPORT I ] (iOLDENDALE HOSTS[ DISTRET PLkY0ff The Kliclitat County "B" League t0umamen will ,be held tonight, Thu,rsday, Feb. 17, and lriday., Feb. 18 at Goldendale 'high school. Trout Lake and Glen,,vood will ape.n tonight's cctems at 7 p.m. Wi.shram and. IKlickitat will play the see0,n.d feature. On Friday nih the two losers will play the preliminary ad the v winers will wind up the tournament. The two Thurd,ay night will- nets will .paici'pa.e with six o- ther teams in the listrict play- ofifs at Vapato /unior High next Thursday to Saturday, Feb. 23. 24 and 25. WOLVES REMAIN TOP OF LEAGUE The Goldedale Tin,berwolves trounced visi,ting Ighla'.nd 66- 28 last Fkl,ay night to retain their hold on op spot in he Yakina V,a;lley 'B" Leg.ue. The Higha.ders wre com- pletely oula,sed. Score by quay .toYs: (G) 15 19 20 '12  66; .() 676928. High me for the Wol pack were Le Vber wh 16, Don: Oxang wih 12 and Bob Lee, 10. -- 30 flN 30- FINK SINKS 25 FOR TROUT LAKE 'The Tru ,Lake {Mustangs stampeded: 'he Cougars 62-38 at Lyle Frida nh,t, Feb. 10. Lloyd Fik scored 25 .points or the wineTs. Lucky Hn got 16 points for Lyle. CAMAS CLOBBERS BRUINS 90 TO 33 The Trico roof fell in on the basement last Friday night when the league-leading Camas Paper- makers squashed the White Sal- mon Bruins 90-33. In spite o the Camas champs' hoopteedoo, Jerry Hre of White Salmon scored 15 points. After taking an 18-3 irst quar- ter lead, the Papermakers show- strength in depth by calling out 'the reserves to share in the top dog vs. low dog shellacking. Five of the Papermakers, in- cluding two second-stringers, scor-: ed double digits. Camas White Salmon f Harris 13 Hore 15 f Henriksen 11 Slocum 8 c Foster 5 Ziegler 1 g Huston 19 ttoisington g Karnath 6 Childs Subs: (C) Fair 4, Fleisehman 12, Ford, Houts 2, Itughes 14, Lawton 2, Stewart, Murray 2; (WS) Crane, Mansfield 2, Stevenson 7, Zunie. , Camas: FGA 64, FGM 36, FTA 3, FTM 18. White Salmon: FGA 51, FCM 11, FTA 28, FTM 11. COLUMBIA HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL SCHEDULE Februm 1if, Frl., Kalama*, 21, Tues., LaCenter*, HERE 24, Frl., Cast k*, There. so a m -- A coot iS an aqu'atte irc oud pri,cipally in uh A- merica. Check Your Car's Door Jam Sticker! :et new-car liveli- .,,i .... the tougher, tested motor oil that keeps your engine clean, guards against bearing-eating acids, rust and sludge, out- performs any other motor oil. Havoline delivers stepped- t,p engine liveliness-top performance you can count on. So treat your engine right. Drive in for Advanced Custom.Made Havoline. Havofine Weal-Proofs Your Engine00 f,r the hfe of Your Car PHIL'S TEXACO SERVICE PHIL BURKE PHONE HY 8-440! / WINTSR SPREADS DEATH ON THE HIGHWAYS ed*o Denn,is ,NelSon, Terry Fik, SKYLINE HOSPITAL Tony Estey, Bri.n Phare Mike Presley, J<hn Hesser, Billy Tru- Admi'tted: 2-5 Edna ark- L itt and their parents in a candle- gaff, Stovensn.; Mauriee Fag- ATE FOl At APPOINTMENT . .. l'h imvestiture service. (al,y* Bingen; Lois Green*, U- BUT ON TIME FOR h DATE Dr. Jdh HaPcer 'presented the', derwood; 2-6, Viekl. Fverett*, W. WITH DEATH ! : 2ol,kwin merit ,dlges: Mike S.; 2-7, Ed.ith Tetreault*, W. S.; "-":i Woodatl, personal itness; Haw-' Ed,ard. j. O'Conn, T, L.; 2-9, :< ard , wildlife manalge-Leila Powell*, W. IS.; Margie nert, iizenship in the com- HiCkey*, Glenwood; 2-10, Anne --: :- mlnity; Doug Ca:irns, personal Larsn*, W. S.; Clyde Kele, Bin- -- icness, wood carving; Dick I_h.- ge, Guy Gahime:, Carson; 2.11  _ o. ma'n, reading; 3ohnny ,H.al'er, Gus Herdina, Portand; Darlene ./-: c music, horsemanship, scholar- Cof2man N. iBonneville; Neva x :  Jea Burr;is, W. S.; 2-12, Eula hp, ihing, home repairs, ire- m!shIp Smith, Birge, James P. Buffer, Troop eommi'tteeme,n present Skamania, Thomas Martindale, were andy Green, ,Iarlan John- W. S. san ,ad Dr. 3ohn Ialver. eal * Di.schaged, also  Jeau Woodall and Carletn 'Bhom,as Cuffel, Edna Grifith, Edith were unable to aend. Kyte, W. S.; Bill hemKinnie, Stev- ,eri% Ba@ge Counselors pres. eu'sc ; James Bowers, Ontario, ent wre Iarley Ter:nahan, Roy Ore.; Oh uek Simmons, Bonnie Ha,les, Iarrry Ashley, Dan Cais, Ho[tm, ann, Bingen, Merlin Fink, Lloyd Worrier, S,Jd Expired. 2-0, 3ess Slaytc, OBtuse, Dot Vooda!ll, Carolyn Lyle. John .a_d Jane alwer, Sandy reen, Eda:r Boyer, 'San Mc- " Dou,g,al, Ted LehTnaln, Guy E. ]atre cles, ,Vi,I:ITI Brv,TI a'nd Harka f" Johnson. FRIDAY - SATURDAY ONLY --\\;L_../._ Ceci'al guests were Dean M- IN COLOR " kle ad Mr. and VIrs. Fritz Doris Day . Rex Harrison Fsa  , ti,er and Mr. "'MIDNIGHT LACE" '-- "   and ''.. l-avvy Hansaer and Second Feahzre )' - "---- "WALK TALL" SaTnily of V4hlte Ma-rlon. Wilard Parker - Kent Taylor SUNDAY - MONDAY ONLY PP riday and Sau,rd,ay nih IN COLOR With obscured vision and slippery streets, too much speed caused this fatal accider, Two lives and Ein Yomg an Dick Sanders "ESTHER AND THE KING" Iwo cars were a t,tal loss. TAKE YOUR TIME BUT NOT A LIFE. of Set:le were guest of Ruth Joan ollins - Richard Egan ---Companion Hi taufer. Dick Sander was one "UNDER TEN FLAGS" zco LAu SCOUTS AND CUBS ver arrow; iny e, 1 gold or- af the ushers at the voung.ril, van Hflin . clu. Lauhfon 2-10 row, 1 sgler arrow; [lndy Fik, aey wodtng. ]- ' Cavaas 90, W,hi,t Salmon 33 HAVE JOINT PACK 1 si,lev acrow. , - C_ast,le Rock 55, ImCenter 17 coutnvae, Ial troug'hon I II II I I ........ Ever,green 48, li,dgaield. 41 MEET & COURT i.nedu Dean WICorkle, HOod Vashou,gal 53, Ka'l,ama 48 lver, who prese2nd the Li S EA LED Woodl.and 76, tewnson 52. ,Ctb Scou,t Pack ,700 a;nd Boy Scou atwrd to Howard Ostrosk Ja3'ee Scou,t Troop 700, Un,dewood, a,& Mike Woodial and their par Camas 5 , Wh.ite Salmon 36 held' a joit ck meeting and e.ts, Mr. and Mrs. Bid Ostroski Castle 'Rock 46, LaCenter 19 court af Ihonor, onday Feb. 13 .and Mrs. Neal Wnla]l. Evergreen. 49, Ri;dtgeield 32 at the U'ndemod hall., preceded arry Iuna,ker ;W.hite 'Sal.- Washou,gal 49, Kalana 32 Stev:nsoyi 95, Woodl.and 32 hy a potl.uk dSnner wh4ch was mon, presented the tar Scou a- (Sh:mdings Feb. 15) attended ibymre'thanlSOpe"'wadltJhn!Iallrerandhi:spar r r owe , Rings W L sons. The cu,b scouts peerted ens Dr. ad es'. Joh Halver. and Valves Ca'ms 13 1 a clever ,a.nd amusirl TV pro. -arlan J>hnson pesemed: Castle Rock 12 2 ga followed by hhe ,presenga- Firt Class Scout aards to for the Best W0oddand. 10 4 tion of awards iby Cu,bm, aster, Dou,g Cairns ,arid  his pa,rets, Oil Control Verne Nevcel4. Mr. ad Mrs. Dan Cairns. Eve:}green 9 6 S.tew,n'son 8 7 alph Mop,by eived a sil- Second Olass Scout awards VCah0ual 7 7 ver arr0fz and a WObelos b, ad,ge; were rsened oy La,rry A's'bley STAINLESS STEEL OIL RINGS Kalarrm 8 8 Stevea Van 4eveinte, wolf to Phil Tera.ahan, 'Danny Tare Ri.d.gefield 5 10 iba.dge;; Eddie Ph,a re, wolf ad Larry Jchnson and their piar wHITE SALMON AUTO SUPPLY LaCenter 2 14 ba,de, 1 igold arrow, 1 silver ar. ens, ,Mr. an `Mrs. Harley Ter- W'hite Salmon 0 15 row; RObert Lehmann, 1 gold, ar- nah)a, NIT. and ,:Mrs. aul Tote -- ao s no-- ;ow, 3 si]ver arrow's; NEgRo Green, .and r. a'nd `Mrs Harlan John- 1 gold arr0', 2 silver arrows; son. red Lehmann Hy 3-3403 Jim Maupin TRICO JAYVEES DOn Ziegler, 1 gold ar.rv, 1 sil- Tendeoo badges were award mm III W L Skrndings: Feb. 13) , " Camas 13 1 VCa,h,ougal 13 1 (Sas%le R.k ,10 WFA SERVICES S.tevensn 10 4 Evergreen 9 6 Ridigeld 7 8 Ialama 610 BOOST fARM PROFIT[ White Salmon 1 5 10 Woodla,nd , ';[3 DaCenter__ .a0 s so 0 16 COUNTY "B" LEAGUE S00OR00BO^"D FA R M 2-10 =-___ Tra Lake 62, Lyle 38  SERVICE Wisham 82, Ilikitat 50 2-11 Glenwood 61, Ly]e 44 V/ish.a,m 63, Trout Lake 40  [J.. " - :: Final Standings Wis;hram 12 0   5 t" Glenood 7 Trout Imke 7 5  ----._ / , Klicdat 4 8 /  b- :-:" : Lyre -- so 0 12 / Wishram Drowns Out Klickitat The Kl,ieMitat River went on a rampage last Friday -- and so WFA members realize greater profits because they use did the Wtshtm Indians who WFA's ever improving 'off the farm' services. ARE YOU A invaded the V,aoa:ls' flo0d : WFA MEMBER? oanp to win@ up their :t-0 sea- son record wi.th a 82-50 win. h. rod,Jan sca mrt00 WFA SERVES BEYOND YOUR FENCE-LINE swept to victory on a de af ... efficiently, effectively providing 'off-the-farm' services of hiarp sh0otlng @hat left four marketing, purchasing, research, counseling and production high water marks on the Vandal scoreboard: 25 ,points by Marlin financing to make Northwest Agriculture strong, secure and Zabel, 15 by Terry Dlaney, 15 profitable. by Wade Flock a,nd 14 by k'l.9 This year, as in years past, thousands of WFA members c00rrett. . i Zoh Maupin scored 18 points, throughout the Northwest have utilized WFA's profitoble 'off- and Chris Nehls ten for gliktat the-farm' services. They have, with satisfaction, received high- Score by quarters: KHekiat 11 5 20 14 -- 50 est quality feeds and Other farm production supplies at com; Wishrava 24 30 18 0 -- 82 petitive prices PLUS 1960 PATRONAGE RETURNS OF: " on every dollar spent for formula feed C L  A N U P and non-feed farm production supplies AND Garbage Service TRUCK AVAILABLE FOR , INCREASE YOUR FARM PROFIT EXTRA HAULING ' BY USING WFA'S 'BEYOND THE BINGEN FENCE-LINE' SERVICES! A oss SOOTS Garbage Service LEE GLOVKA ,,,, ,, , t II /