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FRTDAY, 3ULY 27, 1951 IN OUR LITTLE WHITE CHAPEL (Interdenominational) Sunday School ..................... 9:45 (Closely Graded) Classes for all ages. Morning'Worship ........ 11:00 Youth Fellowship ..................... 6:00 Prayer and Bible study Tuesday nights ........................................ 7:30 Fridays - Prayer and Fasting - Meeting at parsonage from 11:30 on through day. Requests for pray- er received from anyone desiring help. W.M.S. first and third Wednesdays of each month. You will be cordially welcomed at all services. Louise PinneD,pastor 30 SUN 30 BINGEN COMMUNITY CHURCH Roger D. Gilbert. Pastor Sunday School 10 a.m Young People's meeting 6 p.m. Grade school and high school Evening Evangelistic Service 7 p.m. Bible Study & Prayer ,Wed. 7:30 p.m. The Ladies Missionary Society meets each 2nd and 4th Wednes- day at 2 p.m. All are cordially in- vited to attend CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY White Salmon Church Services 11 a.m. Sunday School 11 a.m. Wednesday evening services 8 p.m. First and third Wednesday of each month 30 SUN 30 CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH White Salmon, Wash. James O. Duffy, Minister 9:45 Sunday School. 11:00 Morning Worship 80 SUN 80 ASSEMBLY OF GOD Rev. Alfred J. Hansen, Pastor Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship 11:00 a.m. Evangelistic Service 7:30 p.m. Prayer and Bible Stuffy Wednesday 7:30 p.m. Young People's Service, , , i i i IL y.l i , i WHITE SALMON Seventh-day Adventist Church (meets Saturday) William W. Ring, Pastor 9:30 -- Sabbath School 11:00 -- Preaching Service Evangelistic meeting held day, Tuesday and Friday evenings. 311 .'4UN 30 METHODIST CHURCHES Church School, Sunday 9:45 a.m. Preaching service 11:00 a.m. Choir Rehearsal, Tuesday 7:45 p.m. Women's Society of Christian Service, 2nd and 4th Thurs. ii i Ill" rs THE PABSON I i t A few days ago I read a quip in Senator Soapeff,s column in the PorHand Oregonian about India be- ing a funny country because cows lure sacred ,there, even though they {don't cost $1.30 per pound. The re- {mark is funny. I laughed. I Then I thought that there are a lot of things that are sacred to people that can't be measured in dollars and cents. There is friend- Sun- ship, for example, so sacred to men that they .have given their lives in defense of it, yet it doesn't cost money .to have friends. Love is anoher example. Seems to me it is time we realized that India isn't :the only country where some things are sacred because of what they mean to life, not because MT. ADAMS SUN, BINGEN, WASHINGTON " RODEO 00uEEN CANDIA0000 day 2:30 p.m. they are expensive. M. Y. F., Once a month P'm" 1 Yours, Cub Scouts, Wednesday 3:30 The Parson .O SI[IN SO 30 SUN 30 CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHURCH "Truth' is thesubjec of the Les-LOCAL PIONEER son-Sermon which will be read in all Christian Science Churches neXtIwRITES'RECORDI Sunday. The Golden Text is from Isaiah: 'We have a strong city; salvation I will God appoint for walls and bul-IO F HIS FAMILY warks. Open ye the gates, that the[ righteous nation which keepeth the] BOOK REVIEW truth may enter in." 1 HELLIWELL FAMILY RECORD, Lesson-Sermon passages from the by Albert F. Helliwell, Portland, Or- Bible include verses from Psalms egon. The Columbian Press, Inc., and Isaiah: "Lead me in thy truth, 1949. and teach me: for thou are the God "Helliwell Hill' begins its steep of my salvation; on thee do I wait climb up the Snowden grade at the all the day. I will exaR thee, I wiN Sid Thompson place. Years ago, dur- praise thy name; for thou hast done in the 'a , le boom" a Minnea ol g PP P - wonderful things; thy counsels of .... , - - .... started an IS Ij t" A ann ms" Iamlly ,old are faithfulness ,and truth." ," " "_ ........ ......... T orcnard tnere. ,,1Ke SO many oz mew torrela[ive passage irom 'cmnce _,_.^. +.^ ,_,.m..,.,, s wer  and t [ lltTI:IIUUI /llU III.I.IIWll  %&,l.*,." Health with Key o the Scrip- .^_+^., .., move, t. D,,.t1,, ,lures" by Mary aKer Eaay include: i On the last Fourth of July, Albert Mortals try to believe without un-I ..... ] came back In his ocket rlelllWel p derstanding Truth; yet God is Truth lw qn volume written b him asat y . Y In Science, Truth is divine and the l.j ,. r the Past Unite the Pres . . EO rtono , - mflmte God can have no unlike-,lent , and Inspire the Fuure." The ness."  ao SUN 30  Ibk is at the library. The "Record" does not mention the BETHEL TABERNACLE Helliwe.ll family's experience in this I.O.O.F. Hall, White Salmon area. Instead it describes how seven B. z.. CORNERS (Julia Krall, Correspondent) Mr. and rMs. Jesse Christian re- turned Wednesday from their vaca- tion trip to Chehalis and Morton. Wash. where they visited relatives and friends. They report everything is dry there and it makes our green corner seem a nicer place to live in. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Meyers pent two days at Ocean Park last week. They were surprised to meet Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Russell there. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Krees have had as house guests through the week, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Brill and family of Park Rapids, Minnesota. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Walker report the birth of a 10 lb. 7 oz. grandson Michael, born to Mr. and Mrs. Ned Niderost at the Hood River Hospit. al. Bobby Woodruff of San Francisco visited friends here over the week end. Bob Henderson left for Fort Bliss, Texas Monday. he was home on a short leave. Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Krall had as breakfast guests Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Albert Marten of Maryhill and overnight guests Mrs. Krall's sister Sunday School 9:45 Morning Worship 11:00 Young People 6:30 Evening Service 7:45 Cottage Meetings, Wed. Eve. 7:30 Hear "The Musical Bells" every centuries of Helliwells have main- i Sarah Trenner and brother A. J. Me- tained not purity of blood, but pur- Grath. "They intended to picndc at ity of family principle Their lives, [BirdCreek Meadows but were block- generation .after generation, were[ed by snow 1 mile th'is side and 2 devoted to the home, the church, tmiles of Bench Lake. Irma and Lar- n a 1 b smess l ene Ladlgas and numerous valley the natlo , and the f mi y u ' . In describing the stained-glass kiddies met them ann enjoyed the -:i APPLETON-- " (By Mrs. George Clark) The Appleton \\;oman's club met Wednesday wilh Mrs. Ray Carter. T}:ose present were Mrs. R. Case and Billy, Mrs. Leo Bush and niece Mar- ial, Mr,, Grant Worthen and Gayle, Mrs. Earl Lutz and Harry and Mar- cia, Mrs. George Clark and Barbara and the hostesses, Mrs. Carter and Racine. Jerry and Larry Carter had their tonsiia removed a the hospital in ( ohh, t,:la]e Monda. Mr. and Mrs. Ra' Carter called on George Hartwig and the Clark family Sunday. MoM of the families of Al)l)leton look in the Donald Niles sale Mon- day. A few of them took their lunch and made a picnic of it. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Case of Los Angeles and Tacoma arrived Mon- day and will spend the rest of the summer with their nephew, Mr. and Mrs. R. Case and family. Mr. Case is an ardent fisherman and plans to spend much of his time on the lakes and streams near here Mr. and Mrs. Blair Shippey and daughters and Miss Donna Lutz at- tended the circus in White Salmon Wednesday. Mr and Mrs. Ray Carter were bus- iness visitors in Goldendale and The Dalles Saturday. Jerry and Ronald Kamp of Port- land and Seattle were visitors at the J. L Kamp home Sunday. Mrs. R. Case, Mr. and Mrs Frank Case and Mrs Gee. Clark were The Dalles callers Thursday. George Itartveig shopped in The Dalles Saturday. Jerry Carter is spending a week in Troul Lake with Harold Nord- strom. -- 30 S 1; N ,'0 -- TENNESSEEAN HAS TAKING WAYS Russell Johnson, 34 year old Ten- nesseean wanted to take his wife to church last Sunday, and obtain- ed permission Iron his employers, AMta Bros., Dallesport, to do so. Af, ter church, Johnson came home drunk and refused to return to work. Mr. Akita fired him ] Johnson loaded his wife and two PAGE FWE Extra moisture may be added to clothes too dry to iron by having near oft hmd a bowl of water and a sponge. (Mrs. Allis Pollard) I HI im I I EAT AT.. WILSON CAFE Trout Lake SUNDAY DINNERS $1.25 Per Plate Under 12 . 65c plate Phone Reservations by Saturday Evening - Trout Lake 2195 EAGLES' AUXILIARY FOOD SALE White Salmon Hardware SAT.- AUG. 4 10-? II H Friday 7:30 p.m HOOD RIVER 6602 $I01! stairway window of Pike House in picnic at Bird Creek Ford. Rev. and Mrs. Marvln Bell, Lancashire, the farrily seat, the Mr. and Mrs. Norman Krall and Pastors. author says with blood pride, "It fancily returned Saturday to take so sum so Chuck who has been working m the 1 [  c "  :is satisfactory to modern Helliwellsl ' , " CAMP FIRE GIRLS to know that their forebears were Glenwood hay fields home with* [ ' [on the winning side" Ithem. They 14ke Glendale better [TAKE IN SCOUTS I English members of the family than they expected. [ ...... [founded a school for ye Master to Dianne Schilling was a recent vis- [ weanesaay mornmg mx nappy[teach noore children in ye neigh- i.tor at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bingen Girl Scouts headed for Camp - - ,, - awrence Me ers bourhood to read and wNte. Early Y' Yallani, summer .headquarters for lAmerica n members of the house Fred Ransier is .pouring cement the Camp Fire Girls. One came back. ' found religious consolation "in the for the foundatmn of the new ad- Because of ,a sore throat she failed midst of deserved wrath" when in lition to their home. to pass her physical, but will be  less than two hours the (family)i' Mr and Mrs Bill Whitehall left for gven another chance to uahfy , Et re aturda q '.." T brewery, dwelling house, and grist , t .ka, Calif. S 'y. They a'e Because o lack Of leauers mere _,, ,. ..... . + +. ....... .,, buying a home near there and ex- will oe no camp mr local irl coutst Pictures out of the family album, pect to spend thee winter where [ this summer. Generously, the Mount and oems and essays of the more: there is less snow. ]Def!anee Camp Fire Girls opened l literary Helkiwells round out the Mr. and Mrs. C. L. and Mr. and [thelrttents to accomodate the Miss- genealogical portrait Even the her- Mrs. Virgil Walker had as guest.s es L nda Erwin, $oa Dickenson, Friday Mr and Mrs Bill Edwards I ...... edttary candy rempe ts meluded. larJene McConnell, Patty Parz anu, and famH of Portland I One eels he knows the solid Brit- ' " Y Marilyn Johnson I" " rt Anna Whitehall was hostess for [ ...... ,. lsh-Amerman background of Albe [ wrs. uien rarl ann rs. Clarence Helliwell after reading one of the a lovely stork shower Thursday giv- Saturday night, Radio KIHR, 7:30 babies into a '29 Chrysler and took A hearty welcome to all. off for the public camp ground at l I Iohnson furnished transportation to last chapters, "Ionospheric Virtual Hood River where the girls were Height" written by a young Start- met by the Camp Yalland bus. 'ford Ph.D., and comparing its ab- -- 30 SUN 30 -- One thought deep enough to im[ press mankind [ In the narrow recesses of my mind I Burn, Genius, burn." [ (by Ethel L. Hell:iwell) I DON'T SIT ON THE FENCE MAKE YOUR RODEO HAIR APPOINTMENT EARLY VANETTE BEAUTY SHOP Lyle where he spent the night. Man- .day morning the sheriff dropped 'n and recovered part of Akita's mls- .sing belongings: a camp stove, a rod and reel, etc. Haste Necessary Mr. Akita, slated to report to the Army the next day, swore out a complaint. The case was heard'be- fore Judge T. W. Mitchell, who bound Johnson over to Superior Court, placed bail at $2,000 and charged the defendent with grand larceny. Johnson was removed to Golden- dale, where he is being held for checking According to his wife who is now stranded with two babies, her husband was born and raised in Tennessee, 16 miles from the nearest neighbo]'. Although he can write his name, White Salmon Phone 2636 stract intellectual analysis with "Burn, Genius burn Alas! Not a scratch of a cycle would find Uncle San, Says Uo S. DEFENSE BONDS 1951 1971 INTEREST ACCUbIULATEO Ioo ./, 8o 60 , Defense is YOUR Job, too! your U. S. Defense Bonds help maintain America's economic strength Just as your boys in uniform maintain her mill- tary strength. Your Series E Defeuse Bonds are now a better buy than ever. They will return you  per cent more than your original investment if held for 20 years. When buying Defense Bonds you're building a cash reserve that will some day buy you a home, educate your children, or support you when you retire, g. $, Treasury Department THIS HIlP INSURE IN TIME * . . * en in honor of May Verley. Refresh- he has had no schooling. Finally he ments were served to 23 guests Jul'ia Krall entertained the pin- ochle Wednesday. High score was won by Sue Christian who was a sub for Anna Whitehall. Joyce McLean won pinochle and Julia Skidmore the ,consol,aion. Annie Tubbs wa high score wnner for the six months series and Marge Buck- erich low. ran away to California to "get rich". California served him poorly, and put him in jail for 15 days. Wash- ington seems no more receptive. -- 3o +I'N 3"J -- A small amount of either vinegar or salt added to the water will per. nit a cracked egg to be hailed with- out losing the contents. (Mrs. Hazel ' Fordyce) COMPETENT ADVICE DON'T STAND BEHIND THE FENCE!! C }ME OUT WHERE EVERYONE CAN SEE YOU You'll Swear By O,00ir Western Wear Croat's Mens Wear WHITE SALMON, WASHINGTON 3