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i' i I ti i/i 3: ! : FJIDAY, JULY 27, 1951 li.i i 1 -. i i i ii L I i I i ii i i i , , J II I ,GOLD MEDAL ISESSON OIL pint 32c SOLID PEr 2"'""29Ccan. LETTUCE ho.a 12c MILK ii ii i it iii iiiii U. S. NO. 2 FISISIER'S 2 lb. bag POTATOES 5o lb,. $1.49 Wheat Germ 29c I LIPTON'S NU BORA o,,,,,,,, NOODLE SOUP 39c 3 pkgs. CHOCOLATE --DELMONTE .... ECLAIRES 49c SPINACH 21c , Big 2 can ...... , SUN SWEET 2 lb. ctn. Dried PRUNES 49c I I BEEF SHORT RIBS III H III illll III I BACON JOWLS 29C II II I II II PICNIC H A M S lb 450 SIRLOIN OR T-BONE lb. 89c Week End Specials Tuna Creole cup 4;Holy cut  teasl?oon salt green pePlr few grams Pepper 2 tablespoons fln@Iy 1 Cups tomatoes, cut onion cooked or canned 2 tablespoons  cup Pet Milk shortening 6-oz. can flaked tuna 3 tablespoons flour 3 cups hot cooked glee Cook slowly  rain. green pepper and onion in hot shortening Blend in flour, salt and pepper. Sth" in toma- toes, milk and tun Cook end stir over low hear until thickened, but do not boil. Pack drained rio, into shal- low bowl Turn out on warm platter; then press a hollow in center with back of spoon. Fill center with tuna mixture. Makes 4 servings. You Will Need: Pet Milk, Tomatoes, Rice, Canned Tung. STEAKS (R. A. Wilson, Correspondent) LES MULKEY'S THRIFTY FOODS BINGEN, WASF: PHONE 4525 We Reserve the Right to Limit Quantities FLOTSAM AND JETSAM NOT APPLICABLE YAKIMA, Wash. (July 25) Char- los Johnson, who lives near Lyle, admitted having a six-loot alumin- arraigned yesterday before Thom- as Granger, U. S. district court com- missioner. The ladder ,and other materials were spilled from a truck during a wreck near Bin'gen. The truck was um ladder worth $100 in his posses- i engaged ,in interstate commerce sion unlawfully about May 26 when:Johnson, who was apprehended by POLIO INSURANCE ESTES INSURANCE AGENCY WE SPECIALIZE IN BABIES' WEAR MEN'S WORK CLOTHES AND SHOES WOMEN'S WEAR e West Coast Calk Shoes BINGEN'S OWN STORE Allen Emerson, Mrs Frank Emer- son, mother and nephew, Jimmy Ridgway, all of The Dalles, Ore., were on their way around the moun- i tHin Tuesday. Joel,: Hunt of Hood .River was lihing in he valley Tuezday. Thi is jack of Happy Jack's Lunch. Mrs. Thomas Burkell and Mrs. Hulan Whitson went to White Sal. mon Thursday. Mr. and Mr.. Robert Bowl4ng re- turned WednesdAy from a trip to Bremerton. Bob is going to work at Bremerton as soon as he gets over a minor operation. He reports" to Barnes hospital next Monday. Dan Brumbaugh returned with Mr. and Mrs. Bow)!ng. He also is ,oing to work at Bremerton soon. Veonne Claridge 1553 The Hollenbeck fallers went to m a beautiful garden ceremony at work Thursday morning on the Hoot Owl shift, l the White Salmon home of Mr and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rose of Mrs. John Beyries. Vancouver were at the installation! Attending the couple we:e Mr. 0f officers at the Grange Hall. Mrs. i and Mrs. Bey:'ies, and a few other Rose is fifth district musician for guests. After the ceremony perform- the auxiliary ,ed by Justice T. W. Mitchell, tea Mrs. LaurenceMcCuistion and two and cake were served daughters were in White Salmon I  ;m u =o Friday. Sidney was to have an aud-t OLD AGE IS MENTAL :ition in the evening for the Hood SA'YS C. W, OSTROM River music festival Mrs. Leon Hilts and daughter-in-I,, C. W. Ostrom, W.hite Salmon, ,has law, Mrs. Schyler Hilts, were in the seen too mucn change since ne valley Friday evening .and had din. ner at the Wilson CaSe. Community Meeting at Gymnasium Tuesday, July 31, a Jitney dinner will be served by the ladies of the church from 6 to 8 p.m. At 8:30 a mass meeting with Dr. Poston as ! speaker. A free show is planned for the children during the speaking. We need your support. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Bowling moved out of the valley FAday to Wash- ougal for a short time Mr. and Mrs. Euleston and daugh- ter, Lillian, and Miss Carolyn Berg- man of Ridgefield spent the week end fishirg in our valley. Mr. Ettl. eston reports he caught the limit Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Charley Hall and Jriends spent the week end visiting with old friends. Charley lived and played ball in the valley for years,: He ,is living l.n Vancouver now,, lVJ;, and Mrs, 11 Beulrd:n .... gen were trying to ish in IrP Trout Creek, but due to a bad bull that was supposed to have been in the neighborhood, they caught one trout Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Pierre and chil- dren and'W. L Stout of Laurel were driving around the valley Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Warner Martin were over the week end from E1- lensburg. Dude Dickenson and Bennie Ev'- ans of Bingen were trying their luck on the lake Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Martin were at their summer home this week '11 end. ' At the home of Mr. and Mrs. Thom- as Burkell Sunday the following the federal bureau of investigation gathered to wish Mr. and Mrs. Monday, was released on $250 bond. 30 UN 3O ROBERTSON-DUNLAP (By Gertrude Pollard) The Methodist Church in White Salmon was the scene of the wed- ding of Miss Caroline Joanne Dun- lap on Sunday, July 22, at 4 p.m. to Mr. William H. Robertson, son of Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Robertson. Roy. George P. George of.iciated. Thebride, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Dunlap, was given in marriage by her father. She wore a gown of white organdy made bal- lerina length with a short jacket of lace and rhinestones. Her veil was shoulder length held in place with satin bands and white }il.acs. She carried a nosegay pf pale pink rose- buds and stephanotes. Mrs. G. F. Dieckmann was matron of honor for her sister. She wore a gown of pink organdy with match- ing headdress, and carried a bou- quet of deep rose lilies. Preceding the ceremony, Mr. Dale I Johnny ,Gilmer many more happy birthda s, Mr. a.nd Mrs. Hulan Whit- son, Mr. and Mrs. Walt Schmid, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Stewart and Mrs. Melvin Wilson Word was received this week end from Lt. Melvin A. Wilson by his wife that he arrived in Japan O.K. and Mrs. D. E. Kontz and Mr. and Mrs. John Moffitt of Portland, Mr. and Mrs. Emll Zimmerman and Mr. and Mrs. Everett Holgate and Sara Ann of Yakima, Mrs. Rollie Berry of Medford and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Frisbie of Hood tiver. 30 8UN 30 BARKER.BURLINGAME "In a simple home wedding," Miss Eleanor Burl,irgame, Bingen,, was united in marriage to Mr. Donald Barker, at 6:30 p.m. last Saturday evening. Justice Van Gladden per- formed the brief ,and impressive ceremony. The bride was dressed in a gray 'suit, and carried ,a bouquet of link Grass sang "Through the Years" by sweetpeas, mignonette, and baby's Heyman and "I Love Thee" by e ^ ..^ ,,a ,,,,wn asis t I br ath. The u-,u ..... s ......... " Grieg. Mrs. Chester A. Paulsen ac- od "aeh ,,ha, 1 orv|no' wtddincr eompamed him and played the wed ' .................. " ....... " " ' " ' "[cake to their guests. drag marches [ Members of the family present Mr. Robert Robertson was best[were: the brides parents, Mr. ,and man for his brother and usherS J Mrs. j. L. Burlngame; her sisters, were Mr. Eugene Hayes Jr..and Mr. ISusan and Ellen; her grandmother, Norman Bargabus. Mrs. Inella North; the groom s A reception was held afterwards at the home of the bride's parents. Mrs. Rollie Berry of Medford, Ore- gon,Mrs. Harold Frisbie af Hood Riv- er, Oregon, and Mrs. Edward Liest of Salem, Oregon, were in charge of the wedding cake. Punch was served by Mrs. James Oates of Hood River. Assisting about the rooms were Mrs. Eugene Hayes Jr. and the Misses Helen Gross, Anna Davidson mother, Mrs. Edra Barker; his grand :parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Boggs; and his sister, Mrs. Landgren. After the refreshments, Mr. and Mrs. Barker left on a short wedding trip. When they return they will 'make their home in Blngen. 3@ flUN SO SCHRoEDER-STANSBURY Under blue ,skies, Sunday, lune 15, Mr. Louis J. Schroeder, Vrancou - was married 50 years ago. Life is a far cry from 'the day when flu was cured by laying hot plates on a man's stomach, to now, when his w.ife's shoes cost $55 a pair. When asked how it felt to have been married for half a century, Mr. Ostrom replied: "I feel 'like 21 one day, and 121 .the next. When a man's in the dumps, he feels his age." Cost of Living The Ostroms have seen their full share of hard luck. Mrs. Ostrom, who rec[uires a special shoe, paid $15 for one three years ago. Last year, 'the same shoe cost $35, and now the price is $55 plus the cost of a trip to Vancouver, B.C. for a "THE FRIENDLY STORE" and Sara Holgate. tver, and Miss Oma Lee Sansbury, ................ .. ..... --..,= ............ -- Out of town guests included Mr.|Pl'ortland, exekanged marriage vows PAGE THREE | II THIS COUPON WORTH $10.00 ON PURCHASE OF ANY NEW CONVENTIONAl. WASHER Hiway Hdwe. & Supply PHONE 4333 Bingen, Wash. speci:tt rifling. The shoe cannot be made elsewhere. The Senior Citizens somehow man- age *to scrimp together enough to meet this emergency. A big garden and chickens help to make end, meet. "lh>u]estead D,m't mention that word to me!" Mr. Ostrom protests. "The very word makes me sick. I go the homestead fever and went to Canada. Befort the drouth was thru with me I lost my 400 acre farm and and all my cattle for $2600." Fi|t Years On July 12, in Vancouver, B.C., the Ostroms gathered to honor their parents. There is Kenneth, a car- penter; Lyle, a florist; their sisters, Mrs. Ethel W'heeler, Vancouver, BC. and Mrs. Edith Edgeman, Spokane. Russell, another son, came up Irom Garden Grove. Only Clarence, the minister, could not be present. The Ostroms were tnarried in Min- nesota, and have lived in Canada, California and Washington. They noLv make their home in White Sal- mon. "Homestead! I'd be better off if I never heard .he word!" Home Now Vern Bussing, son of Mr. and Mrs. Vern Bussing (Genevieve Coffield is now at the home of his parents in Vancouver fo:!'.owing hosI4ieliza- tion after a bicycle and car accident in which te received a concussion and bruises.  30 SUN 50  Subscriptioa paid up? Do it HOWl MEN'S WESTERN RANGER Color, Black $3.80 MEN'S FANCY GABARDINE SHIRTS Col,o,rs, Brown, Red and Rust $4.98 HEAMAN BROS. PHONE 2211 -- WE PAY POSTAGE __ i 'li this is M0n0t'0ne Gingham 30 - 40 GIRLS' SIZES - 14 $2.55 Look Shipshape for Summer AND Cool as the Shore Youthful, Sensible and Smart THE STYLE SHOP I fill I (DeYoe's) WHITE SALMON PHONE 3444 I lli i i iii[n iiiii