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I&apos;AGE F21GIIT WHITE SALMON ' (Conthnw,l from pa.ge oue) "large and everyl,ody is hlvlte,1. 'lhe mid ('(dmnlia band h, siival i!l xllicll twelve t)r fifteen arc ex- peeled to lake part will be held Salur(!ay m(rninff, May 9, pre- limilmry to the county track ltlpet. :\\; quartette frolll the {.infield ('dh'gc (;lee (lub gave a short prw,'am ,f ,-,,rafts hefore the as- seml)ly at Cotumlfia high school Tuesday. May 25 i> the dale set for the hizh se]',,c.l cmmencement ex- ercises, t}ileen Reece is valedic- torian, with an averave of 92,785 for the four years' enroll- ment. 1-)orothy Balsiger is salu- tatorian, with an average cd 91.8 Ilaccalaureate services will b, hel,l Sunday evening, May 21. il i , l',:c li<d sch,,td ff),unasium 1.c\\; .\\;I:. I. \\;\.'. I<c\\;m,hls will give thc :td,h'css. I:iflccu lllt'lll]/,'Ol'b Of 'the Mr. \\;dams Ski .Clul attended lhe txx,,,l;tv 1,athmal chamlfit,nslail) r:,'es and interlatiotlal lealll try- ,u  (m Mr. itood last week-end. They ean,e Ira,he with a \\;'er A" fin," (,.at ,f t(iv, and a lot t, talk alout. Mt, Hood. it is agreed. is a perfect setting' for such ski competition. In any place less spacious the parking; wouhl have })ecll a l:roblem as there was a  .... patTade of cars fr, m t  ll'St,tllt S,,;ulv t, (lover,relent Canq.L The huge ski howl is visible from the road and afflwds ;t thrill to any  1,,d seeing it for the first time. There are three ski trails from lhe l.odge to (;overnment Camp. The easiest one is difficult to a ii,!hl,wr: and the slalom course drops 8(;4 feet in tess than three- eights of a mile. The average per or,at of the grade is 43.2 per ce:t drop. It was run in the time :, 1:17.7 1) 3 , Friedl Pfeiffer. \\; .ir from this area were es-{ pecigdly impressed by the pluck I :11t skill of the women contes't-[ ;'11113, SOll]e Of whonl came froml Switzerland: and by nineteen- vear-ohl Toni Matt and Dick I)urance who appeared in the slalom races. \\;Vith these ha" INJURED BOY REMOVED FROM MOUNTAIN Willis l.ynch, of \\;Vhite F, almon, had the thrill of lds life Mmday ,mwnin.e,. lit' had decided It, do :me vxploring on llurdoin IllOtlll- :aim \\;Valking near the edge of the bluff al)ove Bingen, he slip- )e(l and q)l-ained an ankle. [n h)ing" so he involuntarily man- ouvered into such a position that he was afraid to move for fear of Galling off the bluff, tte als(, thought that he had broken his leg and, hecoming panic stricken. started calling for help. Mr. Tiederman was washing windows at the city hall and hearing the calls f(r hell), went U 1) with nlemlm,'s t,f the fire (le-] l)artment, to see what could be] hme. They to()k a stretcher I with thbm but follnd 11()need re, I it. .\\;fter rescuing" the lad. who l is about fifteen -ears old, frmn his uncomforta'ble posititm, they applied first aid and took hit11 honle, 0 Bingen 0b seravati0ns t liy Charles F. Miller) Howard Newetl returned to San Diego last week. He is in l the marine service. lAtst week l.uke Nichils. who lives near the Hood River-\\;Vhite Salmon bridge, took his tugboat to an available dock in Portland for repairs. In the morning when " he came to finish the job he found 'that the heat had sunk during the night. The boat was raised and put into commission again. The cause of the sinking was un- l determined. I Mr. ;(rid Mrs. Tom Brown of I Bend, Oregon spent the week6nd] with Mrs. Brown's parents, Mr.I and Mrs. Win. Maillie. Mrs. Bob Maillie, of Hood River. visited at the Maillie home in White Sahnon last week. . James Fenemore, of The Dalles was a business visitor in Bingen Monday and Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. R. C. charters The Mt. Adams Sun NOTICE TO CREDITORS =?O FILE CLAIMS In Ill,- SUl)crir (T()urt ,1 tl,e State of \\;\'ashint()n f(,r 1(lickitat ('ou,lt\\;. ( I,, I',', I):,le) X,). I' 2()t,(). [u the Matter (fl" tlw l(Iate ()f Elizabeth F. (lil)ert , de(cased. NOTICE IS HI'RF.BY GIVI:;X That letters testamentary upon t'a estate of l:.lizatwth F. t;ihert, deceased, were vr:-tnted t() the u,(!ersigned executr on the 27th day of March, 1939. lw the said Superior Court ; And all persons having claims agaiust said estate are re(luired to serve them to.ether with the necessary Vouchers npon the said undersigned executor at the ad- .i, ess helow stated at Bingen in Klickitat ('ounty, \\;Vashinton, or upon H. C. Bradley, attorney of record for said estate at his (d:t]ee ill the t(\\;\'n of I:,inen in :aid L'omalv :tml State, :tml file 'ht' same with the Clerk ()f this Court above named, together with proof of such service, within Six ()) months after the date t)f the first publication ()f this nolice, to wit. within SIX months after the 7th day of April, 1039, or they shall be forever barred. First pul)lication on the 7th day of April, 1939. \\;Villiam (;il)ert Executor of said Estate. Address: Bingen, Klickitat Coun- ty. State of Washington. tt. C. Bradley, attorney frw said Estate, Suksdorf Bhtg., Bingen, Washin:4"ton. IIllllllllllIlllllllllllIl A Free Trip FISH AND GAME : ASSOCIATION WILL MEET APRIL 13 "t'}le Nit. .\\;,l:t,ns l:ish :m(11 (lan,c \\;>s(,eiati(,u will meet (,n! "l'hursdav t'vellil),. .kl)ril 13 ill[ l,asemc,{t of the Odd l:ellows '{ halt in \\;Vhite Salmon. A dinner \\;\'ill be served tt) the winnin,< team 1,v the losing team as ,t result ,)f] :t meml)(',-shil campaign. .\\;l lhl time t{w winner-; have m)t lwen (lctcrmined. 1)ut it is l,e- lieved !,that appro.imately 150 members have been gained. :\\;t tim coming meeting the metal)ors will discuss the Guide Book which they expect to publish in the near future relative to the Mr..\\;dams area. O" BOY SCOUTS TREATED .M,mda\\; the l/ingen I"avles ltu,],: tile ili,le,1 1,v .%outs tt, \\;\hit( 5allllt,ll \\;\]lel-t? they eta- j,ycd aa c\\;'cnin< of skatiu in the .\\;merican l.egion hall which was donated by the I.effion. Don l'u-h, meml)er of the trou I) prained an ankle (luring the even- ing lint is walking ag'ain. R. J. BATES REAL ESTAIE INSURANCE Bingen, Washington FRUIT, DAIRY and CUT-OVER LANDS Permit me to help you with your Insurance Problems i i II II I lill Btngen Machine To the San Francisco World's Fair will be given your Oregonian only 35 more subscriptions before June 1 ELECTRIC WELDING MACHINE WORK "HELP ME OUT" BLACKSMITHING i EASq'ER SERVICES AT METHODIST CHURCH The folh\\;\'in special services \\;\'ill 1,e given at the \\;Vhite Sahnon Nlcth,dist church on Easter Sun- day, and any (me intere.;ted is cordially invited t() come and en- j(,y them. .\\; sunrise service, under the auspices of the l';pworth t.eaguc will he given (m 1)effman 1 fill. at (; :30 a.m. :\\;n approl)riate l)r()gT;tl!l \\;\'ill he given 1)y the unclav School, at the regular h;ur, l0 a. nl., followed by the V.aster church service, at which Friday, April 7, 1939 the junior girls' choir will furnish Sl,ecial music. In tile evening, 1)egimfing at 8:15, a chorus of about twenty five wfices will -ive the cantada "Jesus I.ives v, directed by Mrs. Roy Cain. This chert(> i composed of both \\;Vhite Sahnon an(1 I.yle talent and the cantata will be repeated at I.yle in the near future. o Mr. and Mrs. Chas. l:lock and Mr. and Mrs Stacy Reeves, Jr.. were guests Sunday evening of Mr. and Mrs. Reginald Lincoln of Portland. IF YOU TAKE PRIDE IN ITS CARE HAVE THOMAS CUT YOUR HAIR Thomas Barber Shop .\\;encv for Hood River Laund,v and Mver & Smith Cleaners Bingen, Washingtm- DANCl N G Grand Opening Spring Dancing The Logs, B Z Corners SATURDAY, APRIL 1 --DANCE -- DINE -- DRINK--- Iusic 1)3; "The F'our Blue Notes" Admission -- Gents 50c Ladies 25c tax included DANCING EVERY OTHER SATURDAY NIGHT REPAIR WORK IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIll IlIIIIIIIIIIIIIlIlIlllllIlIIIIIIII tional events over, the atlention, returned to Bingen {tom Call-CallDug'sCafeandl'lld;the ' 8[N00[N' ITOt[ rest phone 748 { of local skiers ,,'ill a.ai,, be turn-fornia ,,'here hey spent the : -- Prmpt and Careful Service I ed to our own Mt. Adams and its winter early this week. i 1)ossibilities.  .... - ] Ilq[[IIIlllH[[ IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII m - -- --U --- I -- I I I - -i  i llllllltllltllltllllllt ..............  r " i . Mrs, aff II give lesso m '_,.ffiR i watkins Self Polishing Flrl handcraft ottery in Bingen and . ''m-; I Wax. No rubbing or polishing] White Salno if a large enough renuired. It gives a very good] numlr are interested. WE HAVE SECURED THE AGENCY FOR bright luster and wears for a I .... Notify .,.. PENNSYLVANI long time. PINTS 49c, ' gal.]aren or Mrs. Foley, White cans $1.49. ] ,dmon. --   & Roy Lundberg, Goldendale, Wn. { 'IIHI{I ,:m,,,,,,,{t,,,,,,t,,,,l,,,,tdi ." - -----' TIRES Me.: FRED'SPLACE You at 1 Meet You WE GIVE A WRITTEN GUARANTEE AND MAKE R & W PEANUT BUTTER, Pint jm" -- -- 18,: H Pool -- Billiards -- Cards--Snooker -- Candy  Beer " I Candy and Tobacco OUR OWN ADJUSTMENTS Blend with mayonnaise for spreads Wine--Sft Drinks R& W SHRIMP NO. 1cans  -- -- 2 for Z | BINGEN, WASHINGTON WE SELL BELOW MAIL ORDER PRICES I I lrll Mix with mayommise and Chili Sauce for salad { i R&W PEARS No. 21 cans     le :::--: ' '' = Standard Oil Products Fill centers with cream cheese, cover with French dress-" { { Evergreen Grocery ing. i AIR -- WATER -- REST ROOMS R & W PREPARED MUSTARD 9 oz. Pad-I jar Blend with mayonnaise for English-style dressing. ,,o,. Wy Tr di C | Specials Sat - Mon., April 8 10 ers a ng o. R &w BRAN FLAKES 2. pkgs 19 I - Crisp. flavored with malt sugar I Phone 8X Wlaite Salmon I --IGA LEADS THE PARADE OF PROGRESS-- TUNA FLAKES, 1/2 lb. can 'i0 I IGA JELL POWDER your choice of flavors 4  , Fancy flaked light meat tuna in salad oil I I package of Jell Powder and I Star Salad mold all for ge WAXED LUNCH PAPER, 125 foot rolls   15e I IGA CAKE FLOUR 2Vz lb. package Z3c P.S.I,acke,ISWEET POTATOESin -- - large tin 14 Bingen's Own Store Red and Wla'ite heavy waxedharvest 4, lb " $1.1, iI a heavy syrup FLOUR, pride, bag -- - -- -- P.S. DAINTY DIMPLE PEAS No. Z tins 2 for 25c An all purpose blend family fleur I A blend of just the tenderest, tastiest 'THE FRIENDLY STORE' peas R & W COFFEE, 1 lb. cans  2 lb. cans 4 i I HERSHEY KISSES 1 lb. package -- -- -- 25c If you paid $1.00 per lb. you couldn t buy better coffee{ I FARMINGTON MILK CHOCOLATE I lb. block ISc Serving The People of Western Klickitat County! { IGA Fancy SLICED PINEAPPLE large 2 tins 20c . SUN SPUN SALAD DREssING qt. jar 33e pt. jar 23c i 8 lices packed in a heavy syru 1) Men s Wear Dry Goods IGA Fancy FRUIT COCKTAIL No. 1 talltin  10c Ladies' Wear Children s Clothing IGA VEGALL for that Easter salad. -- for '5*: Shoes Baby ooo,,s Meat Specials | Gresham DILL PICKLES full qt. Fu'm and fresh 14c Notions of all Kinds ! I RALSINS seedless 4 lb. package .... 25 BEEF POT ROASTS - " - - 14e lb. i WHY GO ELSEWHERE \\;VHEN YOU CAN GET 1T BEEF RIB BOILS .... 12c lb. i SHRIMP .5 oz. tins --  -- - -- 2for AT A FAIR PRICE ATttOME? { If you bring in a copy of this add. SALT PORK ..... lb. 15 BINGEN S OWN STORE HAMBURGER -- -- 21be. 25 I FESTIVAL SALAD DRESSING -- -- -- pints 14e IGA FAMILY FLOUR -- " -- 7.4 lb. sack c LIVER lb. 9e I I " "  "  ',  ....... , I IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIiiiii I