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DEANNA WILLEY BRIDE OF EDWIN YOUNG IN CHURCH RITES One of the loveliest weddings of the ,season tocd pl,ace at t&apos;hel ChurCh, Wh;ite. Sal- mon, Saurday, Fdb. 11, at 8:30 p. m. Whoa Deanna Dean Willey, ctaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dean L. VCilJley of White Salmon be- came the bride af Edwin Rey- nold,s Yv+ung, son of Mr. ad Mrs. Ray A. young of Seattle. The Rev. &lfred S. la.lmer heard the eoh+an+ge of v<zvvs in a doule-ri.n,g can dlel,Ih cere- mc,ny. The steps of h,e chancel were decoiated, with statndard of white glads, snaps :and. stock. W hi,te tulips and hy+acintbs bor- dering the sa,nctuaxy made a beautSful ,seing. Red, oar,na- ti>ns and white tu.lips held by vchte rlbon decorated the czn- ter aisle. The bride vas giecen ira mar. ria,ge by" her father. She vcore a gown of ivory peau de sole, ap. , ," j i Pqu  a rthile:cnt t %i d bu:tt0,ned down the back: and Cull skirt a.nd traln. A peau de sole rose topped the shou+]der length veil. She wore wrist gloves at ivory doeskirt nd carried Dainty 1V[ai+c roses of pink champagne, The +bride's siter, VIdss Bar- bare Wil.ley" was her maid of honor and !bridesmaids were the Misses !Varilyn Dean of Red: wood City, Oali, oan Bialkow- sMi, SDoane, Mrs. Rbrt Van Astine+ cousins at fhe bride,and Miss Paec Kelley, Seattle. They vre idenial dresses of red poau de sati with veiled ' hats topped with red! matching bows. All carried white velvet muffs decorated with red, cama. tions. Tracy Kay V, an Alstine, sec- IIIIIIII I and cousin of h'e ilride, .was 1ower grl, and was dressed ia a full.s,kirted frock of white ny- 1< dotted swiss with a red sash. She crried a mi:nature muff matching that of the brides- mates. Holl,ister Young of Seattle, bro BATTERY TROUBLE? USE VX:6 Unless you have a baiter,/ cell that is completely dead this liquid Battery additive will bring your balIery back to life and keep it there. You will note that your lights are brighier end there will be a new snap to your Engine when you turn the Slarter Key. Try VX- 6. What chance do you lake? No chance at all. becaus VX-6 Bat- iery additive is unconditionally guarnleed. If it does no do the work, we will refund your mon- ey. Call ai our store or write us for descriptive literature. Bingen's Own Store Home of West Coast C:+lk Shoes RITES FRIDA Y FOR SMI TH INFANT Services will be held at 11 a.m. Friday, Feb. 17 at Gardner's Chap- el for the infant child of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Edward Smith of Bingen. The baby was born and died Sun- day, February 12, at Skyline. Bur- ial will be in the Odd Fellows cemetery. The infant is survived by its ger of the groom, yeas best man. parents; sister Veronica; .grand- Ushers Pcere Dick SaIders, Bill I parents, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Nich- Bialkowski, J a ek Li n., I ale of White Salmon and Mrs. Sayre Boy, d, Ned. Turner and'. Rob l Florence Smith of Bingen. j ert Yeasting. lreeeedig the ceremony, Mrs. Lee Wtiting sang "I Love Thee" and "Through the Years". "The J.rd's Prayer" was sung by Rob err Van kstivie d:urin,g the cere- mony. :tr. H. O. Hostodt ac- compamied the soloists and 'pMyed the wed!@injg music. Cand.les ware 19g&ted Dean and Paul Sm,ih o Stayto.n, Ore. A r,eeoptln folllowed in Wes- leyan Ial,1. 2Vrs. Earl Dear% aunt of the bri,de, and "Mrs. VCallaco Stoveamo stared the honor of cutting and serving ,the ed,- d!i,g cake. "Mrs. lh$11i@ l%nny, aunt of the bride, a,nd Mrs. '. M. St'nigh sdrred, coffee. VIrs. Roy Bialcow. sky, aunt at the bride, and "Mrs. truth Stauffer sssted :at the punch bowl. Anmete ery, Seattle, took cbav@e af the gits ,avid Miss Oarol /nn BaitkOwsky, the bride's cousin,, had Charge of the ,guest bok. Baskets or rice were carried by M'mses Susan Whiting and, ,am+d Susan Smith. ollowi:ng a wcld,in,g to he a.aiian Isl, a+ds, Mr. and 'Mrs. Younlg will be at home in Setle, The lyridetgmom is aSfillate with Dawson Insurance broker- a.e, SeanCe. oth he and' his bride are al- umni of te U+nirersity of Wash i'ngtn were he was a Phi Delt and, he a member of ,Delta Gamma sorority. He is a gradu- ate af the U.niveasity of Wash- inlgton and she received her ington ad she received her de. degree rom Principia Col:lege. Mr. ,ad "Mrs. Ray A. Young were here or their son's wed.- d,i: .rig. Othrs from out of town who attend+ed were "de Melville Bwnrs; the Gerry Stilwel'ls; the C. LaVerne Tay]or.s; the Morrison C.lIs; tho E. L. laines; the Sayre Boyds; the Ned Tur- ners; the Robert Yeasthags; the isses Pat Kedly, Annette Gerry, VicMie Surfer, +and Judy call'; Diem Sa,ders, I-Il]tister Young, all of Seattle. Also, ack Lindso, Olylrta; the Phfllp Permeys, North Bon- naxd'lle; the R. L. BalrNsk'ys, Spokane; the F. I. 'S-niths and Douglas He,acers of Stay,n, DEATH SUMMONS JESS SLA YTON Serri,ces :[or Jess A. Slaton, 77 Lyle were held, .at 10:30 a.m. Tuesday, ,Feb.  14 ,at aldn, r.r's hpel, Whice a,lmon. Rev. John Besaxt of Lyle ot$iciated. urfial, was in Batch cemetery. "Mr. S]ayon yeas ,bor Sept. 21, 1883 in Dundee, Vihig, an .and bat worked as  tuck driver for the Seattle st aflfice , ir many years. He has been ,a resident <if I.yl,e st+nee 1942. t e is survi,ed + by 'his son, I-lar- i old Slayton of Bethel; b,o:ber, ,Fritz :Sla,yton, of TolP'enin; sis- teas "Mrs. Edra DaVy tared Mrs A<a Duke, bot,h Toppenish; Mrs IEsther Ogle, Soale, and "Ms. E. dCh IHoltiz, ,Puymll,u; ,gsand. etauhte.r, Mrs aX<ltd erton :and two great +gramdehildren. -- } eIlN a@ RITES HELD FOR MRS. :McCLOUD Services for Ms. Wi'lH,am H. (CaSheane S.) {MeClud, 67, for- mer rest:dent of Kl:icMitat cou'm ty were h, e ld t 3 p.m. FPi'd+ay, Feb. 10 at Evergreen Fu!n.era+l Home, Vancouver. Buri,al was at Park HHI Cemetery. , Ms. MCLOud was born Ap- i ril 17, 1'893 a iDot. She di,d :Tues2,ay, Feb. 7 at Vaneo'uex where she has m, ade ,ler home or 16 years. She is survived by h+er widow- er of 115 Iarney St., Vancou- ver; s,on, XMaylne J+a,cksoa, also "an,coufcer; ,dau[ghe, avr r,s. .2!mos uh,rrna:r, Cl<en,dlal a, and Mrs. G. W. Luoas, Tilla- meek, Or,egon; I, grandchi.ld- ren and one groat-.gra:ndehi'Id. Ore.; Mrs. Arthur EricMson, Sa- lem, Ore.; the arl L1nhinsys and Kenneth Orays af Portland. Larry Semler at YaMtrm; the CheM Jo Seale;  R. E. Hoods, Stevenson; the Forest M, oes, Farner Hendenson,s, Clar- ece lVfcOuisecin, arvey Coates Wil.Ham Smalls and Mrs. Ray Gauilke, all a[ Hood River. nd "Ms IVari'ln Dan, Red- wood City, Ca,lff.; Miss Ma,rMyn [MscIa.rte, Taeon; the How. a,d "Murays aad Elmer Def. grans, Olenwood; and the Chas. Coas o Trout Lake. II 1 WARD'S BROADLOOM MONTGOMERY WARD ,: ...... , : ..........  Pre - Spring Broadloom THREE WEEKS ONLY FEB. 15 to MAR. 11 MONTGOMERY WARD'S REGULAR LOW PRICES CUT UP TO HEAVY WAFFLE PAD INCLUDED See Actual Swatches at Square Yard With Pad NOW 14% LESS WAS $9.84 Miracle Acrilan.. Sale $8.49 NOW 12% LESS WAS $9.64 DuPont 501Nylon. Sale $8.00 SAVE 15% WAS $5.64 All Nylon Tweed. Sale $4.79 % Ward's Hood River Store SAVE 11% TO 20% AXMINSTER SPECIAL 9x12 foot RUG AND PAD BOTH ONLY $39.99 PRICES REDUCED ON All wool Suburbia ............... 10  All wool Wilton .... + ................. 12  All wool Axminster ............ 11  Wool nylon Salem square 10 % Rayon. Nylon Tweed ...... 11  AND MANY MORE USE YOUR CREDIT $5 to $10 DOWN On Easy Terms Phone your order EV 6-2111 Hood River MONTqiOMERY WARD Catalog Store 106 Oak St., Hood iver II III II FIRST PUBLIC LENTEN SERVICE TO BE TQNIGHT The fourChamual series of Ln,te sexriponsoz, ed by the looal VIend Bethel Co. grea'tikM h wi.l,1 begin at 8 p.m. c, Thursday, Feb. 16 a  Cotneadioll , church. The uie is i,nvited. The hey. : Palmer's top. c wi'l be: 'cist is Lord -- in the IdividUl". Walt talmer wll provide ca,1 music. These  mill be hel<t aeh Thursday nagt at 8 p.m. during Lent. Te fi:.,t three will be at the Corgrgai:',onal chur.'h and the last  at the Meho- diet church. :' Poe,tars PaLvner and Roc" L. 2vergea witl alternate in c. n a,uctNag he .services. This year's Leiten t'herne, "Christ is I#olt' is in accord with the then "2esus ChriSt, the IAght of the World" which has boen chosen by the World Coun. cil of Cha for their assem. bly net r. CHURCHMEN WILL GIVE CONCERT ON SUNDAY NITE The White alm:on - Btnge Chu.rchvn0n's. Chorus will pre- sent a pu, hli}c context at 8 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 19 in the Metho- eli st ehu, rch. There ,,il be no ad+mission charge but an oerh%g will be taken to assi construction of a chapel a,t th Washouga anor Camp and. he iwace effforts by the White Sat'men Chapter of the Arneria Field: Serv'ice to ibring a foreiff.n student to at- tend high school here ext year. The program oers 20 num- bers, inclaaddag five negro spi+r. itu, a. Soloist are Walt Palmer and lidharc flp. "Mem_ers 0the quartet are ichiard, Slip, RObert an A1- sHae, Geuald Ze]'mer and Ron. ,ald Sterlmmd who will sinJg "Deep th/r" and ".Poor Van Lazarus". The chorus is d'ireeted, by Har- old O. HofstecR ,and accompan- ied by IVrs. o&ded. The 20-vote* orus of out- andi.g re voices has been bled ffrom severn.1 local churhs. Singers are: PAeh,ard hpp, ,Douglas Care'y, Carl Wilde, 3im Tee1, ,Rbert Van Alstine, ,Dur- vood Yaeger, Pre'stnm Smith, Al- @red, lahner,. Oenld Zemer, oger Clevenger, Clde lnow, les, C. F. $h.nsto, Mike Lamoreaux, Ahur Wi'1a,s, Sa:nley Wei- la], Vvaet Palvnar, ,Ronald SCevland, iaurce BaLsiiger, Lar- ry ,Fields and Heffoert Warner. The. ne app0arace of the chorus wll be at am, e et!ing of the Oreffon istorieal Society, at 3 9.m. Sun$a, "March 5, at the ne Grove Grarge ha, E in Hood River valley. -- .'gO Stun 5e -- OUR SAVIOR LUTHERAN CHURCH H. C. Streufert, Pastor urirg @e Len,toa sason Our avior Lutheran of Bingen wi;ll condaet a series of "ShaT. .ing ChrKt" sevvices. Thrsday, 'eb. 16, inornal mid week medFmtions, eared to the children as well as to the adults will be held ovexy Thsday un- till EaSter, 7:30 to 8:15 9,m. In bAs series Pastor It. C. Streu ert will load. a+ discussion o the Hdshay Unto SMation", touch,ing u9o he Designer (Feb. 16), the Blue Pl"n (.Feb. ?.3), the Builder '(/iVarch 2)+ the VvaySarers (Yllarl-t. 9), the Poad. side Attaetn ,(alh 16), the ROacrrm, rorS ([lmn 22) mad the Termin, a (Iare3a 30). The mesS0ges l)resertted in the 9 o'clock worstip on Sundlay mornings duinJg Lea,t, will aaso .OlOW a geTtelal e. The ser mane based on I Codnt!i, ans 13, ,ri.ll dwell art the "Mark of ChritSan I.ov". Th,rough personnel nittto--'m and specia,1 church ser,iCes Our Savior Luheraxt Ynurch and Sunday chool a,re seeig to share Christ and the Savior's l, essi wh he petiole f VChite Salmon ,and Iirgea and communities. CUCH OF JESUS CHRIST Or LATTER-DA SAIII NE Wauna and NE Tohom.ish William O. uethor, Br. Pres. Phone I3-2726 Sunday: PriesCnood meeting 9 a. m.; Sund,ay scimol 10:30 a.m. Sacrament meeting 6 p.m. Tuesday: leli Society 2:30 p m.; Mutual 7 9.m. Thursday: lrimary 4 p.m. Vlslom Welcome METHODIST CHURCH N. Main & NE W=shington Wblte So,snort Alfred S. Palmer, Minister Sunday Sunday School Hour, 9:45 a.m. Charles MConnell, Supt. Hour of Worship 10:50. Nur- sery Aeeomoda,tions Offici,al Board, 4th Monday V,SCS, 2n+d and 4th Thursdays. Thi+rd Sund, a: WIen's Bre,ak:[ast 7:00 a.m. Young Adults family dinner 6 p.m. Chtancel Ohoi? every Tuesday 8 p.wl. Church men's Oh orus, eve ry Tha.rsday 7:00 ,p.m. -- 30 UN 80 -- BETHEL CONGREGATIONAL Rev. Roger L. Clevenger Church school 9:45 a.m. CLasse fo.r all age groups. Morning Worship 1 a.m. Ser. men topic "Lertt in 1961". Jr. Hi. a,l Sr. Hi Pilgrim Fel. lowship 5:30 p.m. United: Lenten Service, Thursday p.m. A nursery is provided for the tiny.tats during the morning worship sevvlce. -- 3@ SUN SO -- GRACE BAPTIST CHURCH (Meet in Grange Hull, W. S.) Ducme Hotch, P--for Sunday sohool,. 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship, 11 a.m. Eveng Praises, 7 pm. layer "Meeting. Wed esay 7:30 p.m. Rill lrey home. Prayer eeg Thu,rsday , 7:30 p.m. Heert Chuhb home :[or tpper vMley nembers and friends. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY %n effeive DP to worl pblerr of dsumity will e found in Sunday's Lessan-Ser. men on "nd". "Be ,perfect, be f good com- fort, be af one mhn,d:, live In peace; and the God at loe and pea shall .be you." (2 Cor- nhias 13-11) From '-oclenee and Health" by i a.ry Baer Eddy the followLg Thursday, February 16, 1961 * MT. ADAMS SUN " $ lassage .will be cited (2"/6:4-9):1 When the divine @reeepts are' understood, they unfold th oundation of :[ellowhip, in which one mind is not at war with aothex, but all have one Spirit, God". -- 311 UN 30 -- COMMUNITY CHURCH OF GOD Husum H. R. Coulson, pastoz Sunday School 10 a.m. Morndng Worshlp 11 .a,zn. Bveng Service 7 p.m. Monday, choir practice 7 p.m. Thursday prayer meeting 7 p.m. a the S. R. A@li home --- SO UN Be CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE Bingen Carl O. Wilde, Pastor Sunday School 10 .a.m. Morning Worhip 11 a.m. Youth Groups at 6-30 p.m. Evangelistic Service 7:30 p.m. VEdweek Prayer service, Wed- nesday 7:30 p.m. -- 30 tN BO Seventh-day Adventist Chtt Preston Smith, Past W, hite Mmon: Doas Weare, 9-4, Tues. Prayer meeting, 7:45 p.m. Wed Trout La,ke Sblya,th School I0 a.m. Sat Vlorning Worship 11 a.m. Sat Sabbath School, 9:30 a.m., Sat. "Morning Worship, 11 a.m. Sat. lenwood Grange Hall Sabbath School 10 a.m. Sat. Morndng orship 11 a.m. Sat. -- Bo UN 3@ -- XT'B FUN TO READ THE SUN I I I I III are cordially invited by the pastor and people of ST. JOSEPH'S CATHOLIC CHURCH to attend OPERATION UNDERSTANDING SUNDA Y, FEB. 26 -- 2 - 5 P.M. ST. JOSEPH'S CHURCH AND HALL I II I I @ I I WARNINGt BE ON THE LOOKOUT FOR BUYS AND BUSINESSMEN I THURSDAY FRIDAY and SATURDAY FEBRUARY 23,24,25 IF WE CAN'T SELL IT, WE'LL qilVE IT AWAY WHITE SALMON AND BINGEN BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIA TION I I I