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October 31, 1957

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THUP~S/)AY. OCTOBER 31, 1957 Mr. ADAMS SUI% -- BINGEN . WHITE SALMON, WASI-N~GTON ~,KOE i OLET INT.OD CES IMPA I ........................... .,.: i@i ....... ..: ! ::{!ii:: iiiii~::!::i::i i iiii!ii .~i!ii!ii!i~i ~i!!ii! ~i!ii! i~!~ili !~!~!~!~iii!::i::i::iii::iii ? i; i i:i:iiiEEiiii iii iiEi Cl/evrolet offers in its 1958 Bel Air series two] interior luxury In tl/e low-prlce field. X new Impala models, named after and strongly remi-lengine, new frame and two new suspension niscent of a "dream car" in the GM Motorama. ]systems are but a few of the many chassis This is the Impala sport coupe, distinctively styled ] advances. Impalas are grouped with the Bel Airs, from any angle, and setting a new standard for Ions of four new series of Chevrolets this year. Out Snowden Way Mrs. Ed Cooke served birthday dinner Friday evening in honor of her daughter Sally and Tan- ine Stauch, to ~f~r. and Mrs. Stub Clark and family, Mr. and Mrs. Amel Burris and family and Mr. and Mrs Marion :Stau~h. Mrs. Kenny Larab has .been substituting for the teacher at ~N~ KEEPS you, HOME ~,~ SUMMER "SUNSHINE" ~.~. SPARKLING CLEAN i ~ALL WnNTEq~ W RICHFIELD RICH.HEAT OIL D. M. Hunsaker Richfield Distributor Phone 2131 -- White Salmon Driver Courtesy is Contagious. Let's start an Epidemic! BRUCE SWEGLE ERICSON INSURANCE PHONE 4181 2N$ Bingen the Pleasant View school. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Goree and De~bbie were weekend vis. itors at the Art Gorees. The Mt. Brook Extension met Thursday afternoon at the club house for a regular meeting and Mrs. Morgan and Mrs. Mac Bil- lotto served cookies and coffee. Mr. and Mrs. Bud Walker and son[ted her grandfather M. Dawson at the Han~by Nursing home Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Pete Yarnell and ~r. and Mrs. Tom Arnold attend- ed a horse show at the Fence Sunrise Stable Saturday .night in East Portland. .:Mr. and Mrs. Chet House and Mrs. Art Goree called on Mrs. Paul Bailey Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Bailey has been confined to her home for several weeks after surgery at Skyline. Again this Sunday, the Posse will serve the cowboy .breakfast for hunters at their campground north of W. S., beginning at :l a. m. Mrs. Bo~ Gill and girls left Thursday for their new home in Seattle. Mr. and Mrs. Hal Perry took a load o~ their household goods up and returned Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. Shorty Mot- @an have moved ~nto the Crilt home fo the winter. ~:Mrs. Bob McCall, Mrs. Walt Rosenau, Mrs. Henry Venniere, Mrs. Louis Jar,vis and Mr. and Bud Walker took twelve 4-H children to T. L. Saturday night for the Achievement Day acti~r- ities. ~irs. Chet House and Mrs. Matt Bates entertained the Laws Cor- ner Extension club Tuesday night at the House home. Twelare members were served a lunch of salad, sandwiches and two kinds of cake with tea and coffee after the meeting. There will be a Civil Defense meeting at the Larvvs Corner Club house Wednesday evening, Nov. 6. Everyone is invited to ~tend. Sheriff Ez Ka~iser will be tho speaker. 30 SUN 30 F fiLENWOOD NEWS Llltvon Bolt Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Parson are parents of a son born Oct. 24 at T. D. hospital. H)i,s name is William Ray and he weighed 9 ~bs. 3 oz. Mrs. Chapman and son Joe of i CONKLIN'S Merle and w~fe Ruth took her up. They returned home Sunday. ~Ylr. a,nd Mrs. Elwood Williams and son Billy spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Wa~lker of BZ Cor- ners for Billy's birthday. a0 SUN 80 SPECIALS FOR FRIDA Y & SAT. 2 lb. can 1.83 KLICKITAT iffS. (*Selma Cochenour) Fritz Slayton of Toppenish call ed at the Yohey home Sunday. Mrs. Lloyd Buffer. Mr. and Mrs. Marion Gray visit- Mrs. Lawrence Conklin and ed her parents Mr. and Mrs. Jess son visited the Clint Conklln home one day last week. Mrs. Mary Murrence of Long- Yohey on Tuesday. James Lee and Shirley Butler, Selma and Daniel Cochenour and Mrs. Ora Cimmiyotti were the Klickitat Hts. folks who attend- ed the 4H Achievement day at T. L. last Saturday. Joe Hutsell of Yellowstone is visiting his daughter and family, iview vttsi~ed sen Raleigh her Rideout and family. The Ron- aid Rideouts who formerly lived on the Heights now have another son. IT'S LATER TH~ YOU TIIINE Wake Upt Shop and Save on your Xmas Giving. CUFF LINKS ........................... 40% OFF BRACEL.W~ ............................. 40% OFT' NECKLACES ............................. 40~ OFF BLUHILL ~IARfiARINE 5 lbs. $1.00 Mission Efifi NOODLES lib. pkg. 37cll Quick Cook Mission ELBOW MACARONI 14 oz. 23c TURKEYS (17=21 lbs.) or whole, lb. ~9c FRESH tiROUND BEEF ~ lbs. $1.00 OPEN SUNDA Y- 2 Hours. 4 to 6 p.m. Benton City are visiting Reita Doll and Wilma Mon.tgomery ov- er the weekend. D~b~y Holly, small daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Holly had a to,nsileetomy at the Goldendale hospital last week: She is horfge now and getting along fine. Sunday guests at the Vern Kuhnhausen home were Mr. and Mrs. Buckley Smith and family. K. Kuhnhausen and ~ieh,ard Smith. Agnes lWiller's sister and neigh bor visited her Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Eaton of Yakim~ (nee Lillian Bolt) visit- ed at the Bolt home Satuday. ~oy Bolt and boys of Portland spent the weekend in Glenwood. ~Vlrs. Annie Akerill went to Manson Saturday to visit her son Milt and family. Her son THINK TWICE -- These two houses were built for the same price ten years ago. One owner still carries the same amount of insurance he did before building c~ rocketed. The other has increased ~ insurance to cover the PBE~ENT VALUE of his hovae ,and contents. Have you? R. T. ~NDERSON- INSURANCE BINGEN PHONE 4535 .9 Children's Jewelry PEAPJ~ ..................................... 50% OFF ~ETS .............................. 40% O~Y KNUTSON JEWELRY QUITTING BUSINESS AFTER FIFTY YEARS Bel Air Impala Sport Coupe-new luxun/ in the Iow-p,4ce fieldl ALMOST 1'00 NEW TO BE TRUE! '58 CH,EVROLET ! \ The biggest, boldest move any ear ever madel road. There are two new rides-FuU Coil sus- - pension and a real air ride*. The body-frame design is new, the wheelbase is longer. There's a new 4-headlight system, new 6 and V8 power, foot-operated parking brake. And two new super models- the Bel Air Impala Sport Coupe and Convertible, most luxurious and distinctive Chevrolets of all. See all that's new at your Chevrolet dealer's soon! *Optional at extra cost. Meet the '58 Chevrolet . panther.quicli, silk-smooth . . . with a V8 unlike any other, a Full Coil suspension, a real air ride . . o two new super models! Here today! Look at Chevrolet's airy new styling. That's how new Chevrolet is all oved It's lower, wider-nine inches longer. ; There's an all-new Turbo-Thrust V8* en- gine. Pair it up with Turboglide*, and you'll command the quickest combination on the Be/A/r 4-Door Sedan- bold new beauty and Fisher Bod/ quality. Ody fnm~ts~d ~ d~t~s d~phy t~ls famous trademark ~ See Your Local Authorized Chevrolet l)ealer