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" PAGE FOUR % I~dblished every Thursday Mo~Lng at Bingen, Washington. Enter~l as 2nd class matter at the posto~i~e in Bingen, Washhlglon, under the act of ~arch B, 189"/ lubat, z41~ion: $3.50 yr. (Kllckitai & Skamania) ~ $$.00 (Elsowhmre) Leon W. Burry, Bingen -- Boruard Polls~rd, White Salmon ~mors and SPOOKNIC DANCE Halloween Parties Mr. ADAMS SUN -- BINGER . WHITE SALMON, WASHINGTON DON MITCHELL STAIRWA Y TO SR. PRESIDENT THE STARS CWCE E~leneburg (.special) Students, faculty and guests Don Mitchell, son of Mr. and of Columbia High danced from ~[rs. T. W. (Dick) Mitchell o~ nine ~o midnight" Saturday, Oct. Bingen, has been elected Senior 26 to the music of Karl Kment class president at Central Wash. and surrounded by a theme of ,ington College of Education. stairway to the stars created by Last Weekend I)~ also ~erved members of the Girls' League at as student advisor to the corn- their annual formal. n~ttee in charge of Centra1's The high gym ceiling was coveted honor were Judy Event and Sharyll Crone. Miss Dorothy Allen. Home Ec instructor, deserves a great deal of credit for her patient and prac tieal advice to the Girls' League ~n this venture. ~SO SUN SO~ FISH COUNT ~NAL REPORT SKYLINE HOSPITAL Admitted: 10-20 Charles Suiste *. Lyle; Dale Collins*, Cook; 10-21 Ilene Green*, Bert J. Par- riott*, Joan Owen*, W. S;. Er. nest Je~sen*, Washougal; 10-22 Don Underwood, W. ~; Esther Whelchel* Bingen; 10-23 Arland Hearn*, W. S.; Daisy Deckard*, l~ngen; 10.24 O~ha Hargadine, THIU~SDAY. OCTOBER 31, 1957 Jean Hylton, W. S.; Clauda Mc- Lean, Lyle; ;Gary Baumgart, N. Bonneville; 10.26 James Quinton Lyle; Jerry Bell, Shelton; i0- 27 Eleanor Morris. W. S. * Discharged, also Rose Grove, Underwood; Lucille Ward, Glen- wood. -- .o,0 SUN SO ~ On Monday A. H. ITiller of Bin. gen went to the Vancouver Mem- _ __ . _. ~_ M Carson; Ross Myers, Cook; 10-25 orial hospital for surgery. i~ ply~ ,,~ u~#-~Ju ,, ,,. ,, ~ nomecommg, t~. ~-~/. effectively camouflaged by a Bonneville ..... - ~Jv ,~,zv Jwvv~v rOT ~mgen ncnool ~V[r. and ~V[rs. M~tchell drove up false ceiling of blue literally Salmon Stlhd .,, Puns ~bout Sputnik, afforded Room mothers will be busy Friday for the weekend activit, studded with hundreds of glitter. Oct. 23 30 13 [ m mm mm ~ m ------==- fun for a "~pook-n~ic' Dance this afternoon and evening aT- ies. ing stars. On the wall in the Oct. 24 34 49 | ~i i ~ i i Clu~ party last Saturday night, ranging Ha/,lowe'en parties tot -- so SUN SO -- back of the punch bowl was the Oct. 25 7 10 I ~ ~.~ i ~[~ [~~ i Oct. 26, at the Servicemen's children in the Bingen school. G-nde'rs Guests of art work of Judy Nichols; a Gas- Oct. 26 I~ 2 I 'i ~l~ll iiiii ~ l~ ~lub. Mmes. Cs~rl Wllde and Glen Paul ,T,~': t,.. t-, tleofmedie~alstylewRha long|Oct. 27 13 17 | ~-~j~~gJ I[e ]j LLe~l_~l~V~ lue and white decorations will help the 1st and 2(I graders; ~rt-~.tgy t, ranges narrow staixway leading to the I OCt. 28 7 0 I ~ ~i ~ ~ i i 'featured signs of the zodiac and Mmes. Dude Dtcken~on, Glyde ,Richland (special) Stanton stars. The stage, which was also l -- | - ~ ~~ i ~ ~ i i a giant telescope focused on a Spr4ng and Carl Winebarger will Ganders, member of the State decorated by Judy Nichols and [The Dalllm l ~-~nll~~J i ~ Saddle-Light. i provide trea~ and games for Grange agricultural committee her committee, was flooded with|Oct. 23 55 55 | F Guests enjoyed an after.m d- those tn grades 3, 4 and 5. and former state senator, and soft blue lights. A glittering I Oct. 24 52 52 | EXPERT REPAIR AND REFINISHING night buffet of baked ham, gar. The upper g~ades, 6, 7.and 8 {Mrs. Oanders were special guests: stairway faded into soft white I Oct" 25 38 120 I ALL MAKES OF CARS lic bread, several salads and wi,ll bob for apples, h~a~g up pop at Columbia Valley Granges an- clouds in a sky of blue. Oct. 26 31 87 I ~, .. ~ .. ~ t~ sin,-, hers d oeuveres. . corn balls and play games in nual Grange Day harvest celebra ~It was on the stage that Kar- [ Oct. 27 14 66 I ~ ~[epresenzmg ronrtac csz t,m~, Hosts for the space Jinks were the evening. Assisting with at-- tton last Saturday, Oct. 26. i en Anderson was presented to Oct 28 16 37 | Tb~n,,.l. f}$~.. R~,ers Ho.-4 lP-.,r the Jupiter (Frank) ~ohnsons, ~angements a~ Mmes. Lenard Mrs. Ganders. who entertain-: the dancers as th4s year's Fresh. [ ~ so sux s~ -- | ...... ~ ....... J "~ ....... Libra (Glen) Lanes, Pluto(Fred) Yarnell. Bill Frey, Nick Lester ed, was born in Switzerland and man Person, allty Girl. With her Sylvia Knowla~d left for Seat- | Pur,~ises, Taurus . (.G e or g..e and Chet Hopkins. its a member of the famous Swiss escort Johnny Reaksecker she I tle Saturday evening after dos- 1 F4tlIIMRIA fiAD~,C .- RII~IfiCN Thornascs and YaKm~ tzoo# -- ~ SUN so -- family Fraunfelder. For a time led the grand march at intermis- ing her Beauty Shop to v~sit with i ~t/i#~lHUl~lk]t U/AIt/AUl~ " l~ll~llhll Yeos. , ; ! vr's FUN TO READ ~ SUN I she was the only person i~ the sion. i relatives and f~ends until Men- | PHONE 4303 K.E. COX, Prop - ~ ~ U_~ited States who could play the The two runners up for tI~s I day afternoon. ,,, | | !chromatic accordian. ~----------~-- | ~-.~ I Mrs. Ganders has appeared be- . fore many notable groups in- - " . . . ~ . I/llw q dnvel,ke- _ " l ,\Terrtf, cSarga,ns~atourB,ggest //l".="?~ [ l , .... |~'~-J'~'} I Universal Sudios in H y o ,I "~r'-r~ \ " ~ I / llmrs~av l : University of Wisconsin college -- l ~ ~. . I fhe~er~llowwaserazq~.~(l~ canfo~taStatel ~\\$~~// Fr,day I i Legls]atu,re, Los Angeles Break. I ~ II &hllLi. LI / , L~,...ii~-l~im.mliiumim i Saturday I"~" " ' I ,,:, l~-i~~i,,~ l fastClu,bandtheeo~aryCl~bofil ~ \i ~~,~Wa I And be sure you're ~ |Lc~icago. I ~. 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I I .nessesare preparing to attendII - $11 ~ Ill $11 III li/I i/" I CUSTOMER8AND FRIENDS TO I 1 a three - day tr~i~ing program " - [ ~ n~..,v~ , ~ . ., , , a! [arran'ged~ytheWatc~'#ers'l q./'lltlV/Allq.llVl IFIILIk I .IT" PADTV II I i/ ffE LU A E ~ E It V I t, E I ciety on Dec. 13-15 in Portland, ~ I %e U It I a |~k Jt a I I !announces Sam Bradshaw. [ I I~-N .. ~ I "A more thorough knowledgeiTALL TINS I SATURDAY. NOV. Z I [ I ~#ga4/l on KPM]U{~S[ IIof Gods purpose for the unlverse ~ i~ iBIBAr~ i I I I ~ l I Is vitally necessary to combat il g E^. ~ ~IL.= I Here are a few things we have plan. | | l ~ - l icomm.un/ty fears occasioned by [| ~ IVI ....... J ~=~ ~I~ l ned for you 'at our Brookside store. I I l ~ .s ~ ~.~ mcmt~]1' [:no lithescientifically aggressive, ant ~ ~ ~ I Come ou! and have bre.akas.~..wLth .~. I I , . ,a, , xrom I0"00 to xz'uu x-his wilt consis~ I ~ I I / II~IAVIUI~I IVIlk l!tl.Chmstian forces of world com- [I - " " I .... " .... ': Y" ...--~ . 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In addition, all | | z~ ~.,~. day S~*urday there will be free Arden a missal# vvl=qpn~uarm |wet| Vi=ild'~alhOU I -- s, sun so-- , II ~_--~" __Am n_ nn_ i . , _ I I Granama s hot da~e ~,~ ~on ~o~ ~a~ ~=~ ~ "!' i Phone 2626 -- , W~IEe Salmon !~last evenin~g to the Past Noble I BAS_ . . __~711; BA5 . . 77t; I I I ~ [ II | Grands club. i l ,,,,, ,,,, o I ' ' . . . ...... I tV~tLLE. o _ I il ............... ""---------I II -- . -- --- 24 oz. bottle ~ ~ 1 ,II k Syrup p or Reg. Grind -- ~ ! !IICOFFEE lP0undTin 6'.Jcl I ,/I $1Nfi I BAKER'SCHO~OLATECHIP3 I i ~/:Jill.~\\ ~ I ]l Quart Jar ...... 4~: I 60uncepackage,5 for . . . $I.001 I R CHIPS PHEASANT TOMATO JUICE , [ !1 New pack ZZ oz. jar .... ~9cl 60,.=tm,4f0r . . . . $1.00 [ ~ RED MILKBAgER'S PREMIUM COCOANUT I ~. 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