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"--I_t____  FIRST $10 TAKES ALL --Steel Classified M am00s! cot (good), electric heater, FIRST INSERTION:  oil heater (as is), hand lawn  pe d  m moWer, old chair (usable), 2 chemic Se. chicken feeders. A1 Moody, ECOND INRTIOIU 3c per woxt. Husum. 9-17-1tc 'HIRD INERTION Fr. Card of Thanks  $|1 25 Discount If Paid before end of mcmth. FOR SALE SAWDUST & shavings. Hood River 387-2580. C. R. Kinney 1-2-tfc FOR SALE 4-wheel drive Jeep pickup. Good shape. Phone 493-3717. 9-17-3tp FOR SALE-- 50 ft. lot on high- way in Bingen. Write Box F, care of Mt. Adams Sun. 9-10-3tc RUMMAGE-BAKE SALE. Eag- les hall, Bingen, 10-5 o'clock,, Friday & Saturday, Sept. 18 & 19; FOE Ladies Auxiliary. ltc FOR SALE -- 8 foot, factory built camper. Equity. Phone 493-3788 9-3-3tp FOR SALE  Alto saxophone "Pausion". Call PO7-1877 ev- enings. Lawrence Tidyman, Dallesport. 9-17-3tc FOR SALE -- 1959. four wheel drive Jeep wagon, low mile- age, real good unit. Phone 493-5142. 7-23-tfc FOR SALE 1963 Pontiac Tem- pest. Minister's car. Must sell this month. Best offer takes. Tel. 493-3903. White Salmon 9-10-3tp FOR SALE  two hound pups, Ireisere Redbone dam, Black and Tan sire; $25. Mar- tin Ferry, Goldendale. 9-17-3tc FOR SALE  3 bedroom house on three lots in White Sal- mon. Call Ray Mills, Lyle, EMerson 5-2344. 9-10-3tc FOR--SALE- case and music stand; $75. FOR SALE 2 Purebred Holstein Phone 493- 5426 9-17-3tp FOR SALE  1947 Chev  ton pickup width canvas camper. Chubbs Apts. No. 5, morn- ings only or weekend. 9-10-3tp '63-i0R5- A :ton--pi--c:a-up f radio, 4 speed, all custom, like new, 16,000 miles, w.U] Sccur}ty Camper. Cost new $3295 00, asling $2395.00, Hunsaker Chevrolet, Co., White Sal- mon, 493-2077. 9-3-3tc FOR SALE Norge refrigerator; Kenmore range; reflex cam- era; 10 speed racing bike. Phone 493-4694. 8-27-3tc FOR SALE -- 3 bedroom mod- ern house in White Salmon. $7000. Terms available. Ph. 493-2898 7-30-9-10 pd FOR RENT FOR RENT 2 bedroom modern apartment. Phon# 493-4513, Ross Angel. 9-17-3tp FOR RENT  Furnished apart- ments. Chubb Apartments, 266 Snohomish Ave., White Salmon. 8-20,tfc FOR RENT -- Bachelor quar- ters, furnished, $35 month. Phone Pete Roth, 493-5285 CARD OF THANKS  We are very grateful for the many beautiful ways tn which friends expressed their sympathy for our grief and regard for our be- loved wife and mother, Clarice V. Splawn. (signed) William I Splawn ad family, ltp IF YOU HAVE a drinking prol- lem and would like some help, Alcoholics Anonymous meets every Wednesday night. Write Box 963, White Salmon 3-21-tfc MISCELLANEOUS BOB'S-UPHoLSTERY__ Furni ture recovered, rcstyled, free estimates. Low prices. Across from Hiway Hdw. Phone 493- 4231. Closed Mondays. 5-7-tfc NOTICE TO CREDITORS " NO. 3828 IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF WASHING- TON FOR KLICKITAT COUNTY In the Matter of the Estate of ADOLPH SCHMID, Deceas- ed. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned has been; appointed and has qualified as Executrix of the estate of A- dolph Schmid, deceased, and that all persons having claims l against said deceased are re- quired to serve the same on the Executrix at her residence, Trott Lake, W ash. or upon Grant Sau]ie, attorney of record for stud estate at White Salmon Wash., and file with the clerk of the above named Court, to-i gether wth proof of such ser- vice, within six months after the date of first publication of this natice, or the same will be after 6 p.m. 9-17-3tc i forever barred. I Date ioi-[1"2 bedroom h--usel of first publication, Sep- I tember near Junior High. Leon Holt- 10, 1964. man, 493-2750 9-10-3tc Eava I. Schmid, Executrix of the estate of Adolph Schmid, FOR RENT  U-operate garden deceased Business and ['rofessional F. R. FREY, D. C. CHIROPRACTOR Bingen, Washington PHONE 493,3251 Office Hours MONDAY & FRIDAY I0 a.m. - 12 and 1 - 5 p.m. TUESDAY & THURSDAY 1 - 5 p.m. and 6- 8 p.m. Saturday Morning 9 a.m. to noon CLOSED ON WEDNESDAY I Ambulance And Funeral Service DAY or "NIGHT:_ PH. HY3-2333 GARDNER'S Funeral Service White Salmon. Wash. I IIII II I II l I ! III Phone 493-5981 VIC'S REFRIGERATION SERVICE Commercial Refrigeration Air Conditioning Heat Pumps P. O. Box 677 117 E Jewett Ave., White Salmon Ilmll I CLEAN UP AND Garbage Service TRUCK AVAILABLE FOR EXTRA HAUL. ING BINGEN Garbage Service -LEE GLOVKA t I I lull I II WM. D. HEARN Electrical Service Electrical Contracting, Repairs and Alterations FOR EMERGENCY PRESCRIPTIONS Nights, Sundays or Holigays PHONE FORREST WALKER 493-5922 WHITE SALMON PHARMACY 493-3232 White Salmon, Washington I Ralph W. Boyden, Jr. DDS. DENTIST Office hours: $ a.m. Iv  p.m. Closed Wednesday Phone HY $-2811 Telephone Bldg.. Whe Salmon I III II Illlll I I llll MT. ADAMS RADIO GEORGE ROBERTS, JR. PHONE 493"3561 Two-way Radio Communication for Home and Business W. S. and Bingen Service-- I I II Im I CONCRETE PIPE IRRIGATION CULVERT SEWER 33" WELL CURBING fiibson Pipe Company The Heights 386-1171 Hood River I I I THURSDAY, SEPT. 17, 1964 Mt. Adams Sun Page 7 I ..... I IIII"I x.... . . " ,... ,!:;:': ::. . ' ::" : &, :+. ?f;','., ,::.:" ...... .......... :::, .. 1963 CHEVY II NOVA SEDAN -- REDUCED ........ $1895 1961 FORD V-8 TON ............................ $1395 1958 CHEVROLET 4 DOOR ........................ $ 895 1957 CHEVROLET STATION WAGON .............. $ 745 1955 FORD 3 TON ................................ $ 750 1960 FALCON 4 DOOR ............................ $ 845 1955 CHEVROLET BEL AIR ........................ $ 595 195 OLDS SEDAN ................................ $ 495 WATCH FOR THE ROTARY AUCTION SEPT. 19TH HUNSAKER CHEVROLET CO Phone 493-2077 White Salmon, Wash. PROPOSED BUDGET, PUBLIC HOSPITAL DISTRICT NO. 2 KLICKITAT COUNTY - SKYLINE HOSPITAL - 1965 (Estimated valuation for Hospital District No. 2 for the year 1965 - $8,623,701.00) General Fund Anticipated Operating Income .................... $ 204,128.90 Anticipated Tax Income for 3 mills Tax Levy ...... 25,871.10 $ 230,000.00 Estimated Operating Expenses: Administration .............................. Dietary .................................... Household and Property .................... Professional Services ....................... Capital Outlay .............................. Supplies ................................... Nursing Service ............................ Medical Records ........................... Laboratory and X-Ray Service ................ Estimated Net Operating Deficit ............ Bond Redemption .......................... Interest ................................... 26,650.00 22,000.00 14,660.00 10,000.00 2,000.00 25,000.00 70,000.00 3,500.00 25,000.00 15,000.00 14,000.00 2,190.00 $ 230,000.00 Dated this 4th Day of September, 1964. Approved: Bessie Schmid, Chairman Lawrence Tidyman, Secretary Keith McCoy Hearing on the alcove Budget will be at 1:00 p.m. on Sept. 17, 1964, at Skyline Hospital. 9 10 2tc bor Day weekend with her sis- ters, the Sooters, also visiting the Paul Tares. On Tuesday ad Wednesday HUNSAKER SAND & GRAVEL EXCAVATING Mrs. E. R. Sooter was in Port- Topsoil - Fill Dirt - Crushed Rock land visiting her sister. Sand Mr. ,and Mrs. Gordon Baker ter of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Kreps. It was her ninth, birthday and she celebrated all she could be- fore and after school. Darlene Johnson was in Port- land last week to check with her doctor four weeks after heifers, 1//2 years old. Write Roger Doyea, Goldendale. Phone 773-5542. 9-17-3tc WE DELIVER -- Texaco gaso- line, fuel oils, oils and greas- es; Underwood to Lyle, Col- umbia River to Mt. Adams. Phone Wyers Stage Co. or Mitch Hecomovich, White Sal- mon. 7 9 tfc. =L00RS00/I THIS ATTRACTIVE 3 BED- ROOM SHOULD SUIT THE TASTE OF THOSE WHO AP- PRECIATE THE FINEST. Wall to wll carpeting in L-shap- ed living .room and friendly brick fLreplace with raised hearth and heatilator. 2 baths with large built-in vanity. Very conveniently arranged kitchen and dining room. Au- tomatic washer and dryer fa- cilities. Eleotric heat and in- sulated. Double garage and patio. 4 lots. Let us show you this fie home if you are looking for quality. FIVE ACRES BO'IOM LAND WITH SMALL CREEK FULL LENGTH: Large 3 room cabin, plus bath. Also, stairs to at- tic with one bedroom unfin- ished. Concrete foundation and abundance of fine spring water with electric pressure pump. Electric water heater and ped for automatic washer. Fenced 15 minutes from Lyle and on good road. A bargain at $2850 cash. NICE REIIREMENT HOME, I CLOSE TO SHOPPING CEN- TER. Haxdwood floors thru- out and spectacular view of Mt. Hood and Columbia. A- bout eight years old. Formica drainboards and built-in oven l & range in kitchen; 18x21 foot living room. Closets In bedrooms. Piped for auto- matic washer and dryer. Gas heat. Lots of flowers and n4ce lawn. Large lot. This would be ideal for a young couple too since it will take a G. I. Ivan or FHA Ivan. $10,- 000. Re g y nc Bonded Real Estate Brokers Frank A. Johnson, Manager Cameo Bldg. Phone 493-3202 White Salmon tillers, chain saws and lawn mowers (3 HP for heavy cutting on rough terrain). Mt. Adams Power Tool Co., HY3- 4791 9-27-tfc FOR RENT -- Partially furnish- ed apartments. $45 to $48 per month. Weekly rates avail- able. Phone 493-4580 or In- quire Apt 1, Hearn's Apts., Bingen. 3-12tfc ] LOST & FOUND LOST bright carpet col'ors .... restore them with Blue Lus-i tre. Rent electric shampooer $1. Western Atto, White Sal- mon ltc LOST 1 yearling Holstein steer. Found, 1 yearling Gurnsey bull. Vicinity Husum. Phone 493-5350 9-10-2tx WANTED CONES WANTED. Now buy- ing Douglas and white (Grand) fir cones. For informa tion contact F. W. Spinning, i buyer at old cheese fiactory, Trout Lake, Brown Seed Company 9-10-3tc- WANTED IMMEDIATELY -- Couple with trailer house to live in JeweSS Creek Park. Contract George Dr ive r, Wh!te Salmon. 9-10-3tc PERSONALS CARD OF THANKS -- To the persons Who assisted our son when he was struck by a car after soool Sept. 15: 1st, the unknown person in a camp- er who put a blanket over him; who put a blanket over him; 2nd, to Alan Baumgarden for getting word to us so promptly; 3rd, to Dale Murray for taking over until poI'ice and ambulance arrived; and last, to everyone else who assisted Michael and us after the accident. (Signed) Mr. and Mrs. "Dec" McMahon. ltc -- 30 SUN 30 -- CARD OF THANKS -- Our deepest thanks .to our many friends who sent flowers, mem- orial gifts, food, letters and cards during our recent be- 'reavement. Tbe Mnd thoughts and expressions helped to ease our sorrow. Mrs. el,at Baker, Mr. and Mrs. Carol Baker and family, Mr. and Mrs. Loren Adkissn and family and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Lewis and family. 9-17-1tp Grart Saulie Attorney for Estate White Salmon Wash. 9-10-3tc Kliekitat County Port Distrie No. 1 Notice of Budget Hearing NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN That Klickitat County Port District No. 1 has adopted a preliminary budget for the year 1965 and the same has been prepared and placed on file at the office of the Port District at Bingen, Klickitat C o u n t y, Washington. that a copy ,there- of may be obtained by any tax- payer at the Port office, Bingen, Washington; th the Commis- sion wiU meet at 8:00 o'clock p. m. on Tuesday the 22nd day of September, 1964, for the pur- pose of fixing and adopting the final budget of the Port District. At the above time and place all persons interested may ap- pear and be heard concerning the adoption of said final bud- get. Dated ..the 9th day of Septem- ber, 1964, at Bingen, Washing- ton. K. C. Langfield, Man- ager, Klickitat County Port District 1o. 1 9-10-2tc NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE OF REAL ESTATE UNDER FORECLOSURE Case No. 9063 In the Superior Court of the State of Washington for Kllekitat County Mary F. Hunsaker, Executrix of the Estate of Frank Hunsak- er, deceased, Plaintiff vs Leone Hill Under and by virtue of an Ex: ecution under Foreclosure is- sued .out of the above named Court in, the above entitled ac- i tion .on the 19th day of August, 1964, pursuant to a judgment rendered in said Court on the 19th day of August, 1964 in !favor of the above named plain- tiffs and against the defendant, Leone Hill, widow for the sum of Six thousand and no-100 Dol- lars, together with the sum of Five Hundred fifty and no-100 Dollars as Attorney's Fee and cost of the action taxed at $15.00 with interest on said iud.ment at the rate of 8% per annum from date thereof until [paid, atl in lawful money, said iud-ment being a judgment of t ]foreclosure of a certain real es-I I tate mortgage in which the sale l is ordered of the hereinafter Licensed, Bonded Electrician -- Reasonable Rates -- Home Phone 495972 - Bingen II CONKS WANTED HIGHEST CASH PRICES PAID Western Crude Drug Co. 726 N.W. 14th Ave. Portland, Oregon Phone: CA&,6967 described real rty-itu--at- ed jn Klickitat County, State of Washington, pa.iculary de- scribed as foUows, to-wit: Lots 13, Block 1, Main's Ad- dition to the Town of White Salmon, Klickita C o u n ty, Washingtom NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That I have duly levied u,pon and will on Friday, the 25th day of September, 1964, at the hour of 10:00 o'clock in the forenoon of said day, sell all the above described real property, or so much thereof as may be neces- sary to satisfy d judgment, attorney's fee, casts, interest and costs of and accruing upon such sale. The sale will take place at the front door of:: the County Courthouse, in Se Town of Goldendale, Klici'tat County, State of Washington, at public auction for cash 't hand to the highest and best bidder. Given under  hand this 31st day of Au, 1964. D. i Pruitt Sheriff of Klickdtat ounty, Wash. 9-3-4tc Underwood Briefs' Mr. and Mrg. lake Vismer of vflle, Cal,f. were guests Saturday and Su:nday of the Fred Frazers, The Retm Zieglers entertain- ed for the birthdays of Leroy Ziegler Sunday and Lida on Tuesday. The Clark Ziegler fam- ily joined them for dinner. Mr. and Mrs Fred Abrams and family of Brush Pra, irie spent Fday with the Robert Morbys. The George Hartness family of portland were Wifih Mrs. Thun Saturday and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Pete DeGroote and son Junior came from Bin- Licensed Septic Tank Pumping PHONE HY$-091 I I Husum Barber Shop , Men $1.25 Women $1.50 HONRS: 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily Men Only: 7-8 pm Tues. & Thurs. Also by Appt. Closed Saturday bridge to spend Sunday and Monday with her aunt, Mrs. Thun. Wally Ellson and son Curtis of Tigard, Ore. were guests Sunday of the Guy Eccles. Also present were Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Eccles and Rormie Eccles. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Scott of Eugene, Ore. came for the La- Before you pay another monthk, rent, check these FHA Certified bargains - Excellent Terms. Underwood Heights ****Beautifully landscaped one level, modern home with l a baths, large roman brick fire- place, paneled walls, picture win- dows, living room, dinette, kit- chen, utility room and four bed- rooms. Many extras. You must see this to appreciate the value. Selling at the FHA Appraisal $15250.00. ; Bingen Lovely two bedroom home, ex- cellent construction, sun room, 3/ cement basement, on approx- imately two acres with separate photo studio with bath--S18,500, terms. Located Between Bingen and White Salmon Modern, spacious, contemporary home with panoramic view of the Columbia River Gorge, two fireplaces, breakfast bar, picture windows, perimeter electric hea- ting, two expansive bedrooms, partially completed sunlight basement, superbly landscaped on 11/4 acres, with 20 hearing fruit trees. No expense spared on the building of this home. For sale at $20,000. Seller will carry contract with very low down payment. BRUCE SWE(iLE YOUR REAL ESTATE BROKER Bingen, Wash. 4954181 took Laurie to Pullman Tues- heart surgery. He tells her she day, visiting the Dick Bakers I may increase her activity and at Connell on their way. l let her energy be her guide for -- "' "   ]how much to do. She was down Monday, September 14 was a'town this week and tried driv- big day for Jamie Krens, daugh- ing the car for the first time. 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