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THJUR~DAY. OCI~RER 31, 1957 Mr. ADAMS 8t~ -- BIN~EN . ~ SALMON. WAGI~NGTON Sunday visitors at the Leonard Conklin home at T, L. were Mr. and Mrs. Dick Smith and clttkl. ten. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Cox andI sons were in Portland on Sunday to be with the Frank Friends and also to visit Mrs. H. C. Day who came up from Los Angeles on Thursday for the wedding of their son Older. She ~eturned home by plane an Sunday nit~ -- O0 SUN 8O -- TIME TO MAIL XMAS PARCELS Christmas parcels for service. men stationed in the Orient should have bee~ m~iled Octo- ber 15, according to Postmaste~ Harold Lewis. Hc~vever in most cases Christ. mas parcels have sufficient time to reach their overseas destina- tion if mailed by November 10 --4but no later than" Nov. 20. Pa~cela destined for persons ~n foreign countries who do not receive mail through an army or fleet postoffice should be mailed according to the followh~g sched- ule: ! Near East and Africa by Nov. ember 1. Europe, South and Central Am. erica by Nov. 10. Seven pounds is the maxi. A NEW AND EXPANDED LINE OF STATION WAGONS BY FORD, producer of the most popular wagons, is offered for 1958. New to the line is the six-passenger Fordor Ranch Wagon (above), one of Ford's six new models built on body shells entirely separate from the Ford passenger cars. Ford spent $185,000,000 on changes, including safety dual headlights, new jet intake grille and massive bumper, seuiptuced metal treatment throughout the ear's exterior, and twin safety taillights as well as a completely new power train from engine to axle, all-new Cruise.O.Marie drive and optional Ford-Mre suspension. The 1958 Fords will be displayed at all Ford dealerships beginning November 7. mum weight limit for regtflar parcel post sill,preen.is to the armed forces, ex~cept for a 50. pound limit to certain overseas areas addressed through New York, N. Y. Maximum size is 100 inches ha length and girth combined, with the same exception noted ~bove.. Airmail packages to foreign ].ands must not exceed two pounds in weight nor 30 inches in length and girth cor~bined. Dead~'~e for mailing airmail parcels is December 15. OUTAGES On October 2 a broken ~sulat. or caused an outage of 2~ hours. One hu.~dred and fifty famil,ies in the Pucker Huddle, Snowden and Oak Ridge areas were affect- ed. Five small outages involving only one or two families were caused by overloaded tra~rm. ers. birds and squirrels on the fransformers and a defective fuse. Annual Memorial Service Dec. 1 Memorial services for me.hem of Mt. Adams Elks lodge who have died during the past year, will be held at 2 p.m. Sunday, Dec. I in the Lod~e rooms. The Rev. Roger L. Cievenger of Bethel Co~g~ga- tional church will speak. Chairman of the lVlernorial Day committee/s Kenneth Zsbel, lead- ing Kn~ht, assisted ,by Exalted Ruler Lloyd Becks, Loyal ~t Doyle VanDevent~r and Secretary Oscar Sterrett. The ritual ~ill commemorate Believe if or not, but CHUCK said even a woman can pui on PLEX-O-GLASS itorm windows. What's more you can see through them and fhey cost only 22c, 28c and 35c per lineal ft. for the 28% 36" & 48" sheets. Warp's EASY-ON WINDOW KIT ~ the wind out of win~ter. A $9-cent kit includes one $6x72 inch p~ ~hoet, 18 feet of fibre moulding and nails -- all ready to tack on the window. Portland were from Friday un. til Monday visiting with the Eu. gene Hayes Jrs and Mrs. E~ith Miller. Mrs. Earl Warneke entertained with a stark shower honoring Mrs. Dur~ood Jaeger last Wed. heday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs.. Tto~py of Toppenish spent Saturday and Sunday at Wykre ranch, hunting. Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Brashears of Sunnyside were weekend visitors at her parents, the Glenn Lanes Loren Pollard, Steve Trout a~d Pau,l Estey drove home togethe~ Jim C. Staaek Who died March 6; Sidney Thompson, April 17; Gee. G. Goheen, June 25; and ~ Loren 2Yiplett, Oct. 21. 80 SUN 80 -- -SUN SPOTS- From Wednesday until Sunday the Carroll Irishes had with them Leonard Kinister of Santa An. na, Cal~ornta, who was enroute home from a Canad~.n hunting trip. Anyone who would like to send Bert DeYoe a card or call on 'him will find him at Ward 8 in Barnes ~vspitaL ,Van couver. Bert was taken to Barnes, Thttrs. day, last, suffering_ from a bro- ken pelvis and bruised shoulder caused by a fall from a painting scaffold at home. from PulLman for a weekend wt,th their respective families. Monday evening Mrs. Wm. Ar. nett was hostess to the Ladies Du pHcate hedge club. Recently Freddie Thomas at. tended the wedddng of his bud- dy ,~n Amsterdam, Holland. At the reception whl~ followed he took over 70 colored pictures and thought he had never seen -~o much, coffee drunk at one affair. From Wednesday u~til Sun. day Marion Ba~ was attending banking meetly. ~In Yakima he was present at a general con- ference for ~ employees and in Seattle he attended the managers conference. Mr. and Mrs. George Kreps drove up from Ariel ~nu~d~y to attend the funeral service for Mrs. Day Hu~tsaker ~f Nampa, Loren T~iplett. Having four days Idaho was a guest of the Dan, i off from work they remained un Walter and H~arry Hur~sakers Sat til Su~d~y and~vere guests at u~lay a~d Sunday. S~e left by Dance Club Sa~rday night train for Portland M~nday. Johnnle Manly, Wh~ 7th After this week Cleo Henry, birthday, was Tuesday, OctOber who has been clerking at Thrltty 22, celebrated on Friday with a Foods, will make her home in party for neighborhood boys and Port/and. ~.. girls. Mr. and Mrs. Bob ltobertson of Mr. a~d Mrs. ~aek Chrt~'a~on of Portland are the ,pa.rent~ of a daughte,r Sandra Lee, born in LOOK ,~., city Tuesday, October23 and weighed 9 l~s, 11~ oz. Three little boys who l~e near each other celebrated their birth days Friday with one big party FOR TIlE NEW 58 ~ the ~'i,m Robt,'lson home. P~y. nold Driver and Freddy Burkhart were five years old F~id~ay 25th .and Don RobSon was 4 on Men FORD da. ~Irs. Orle Kreps was I~ostess Tuesday at a one o'clock lunch, i] eon followed by bridge. Mrs. H. B: i l Larsen and Mrs. Amos Pearce i were st~bstitute phyers. SI E IT THURSDAY -'"- W. 3. Riley ~f Tacoma is via. Ring this week at the home of CHUCK'S HARDWARI White Salmon his so,~, the Clal~ ~n~ths. Steve Trout student at WSC was home to ~nd the weekend with his parents the Ralph Trouts, ,a~d to attend" the Girls' League formal Saturday night. Tommy Maupin, youngest son of the Ben Maupins, was mar- ried last F~d,ay in Blngen to Miss Delores Dickens. They will make their home in W. S. "~ . -- " i~ li i COLD WI ATHER IS JUST AROUND THE CORNER To combat cold we have the Navy insulated underwear -- the m as they are wearing at the South Pole. Al~a -- INSULATED BOOTS" BLACK BEAR ALL VIRGIN WOOL JACKETS. FREE COFFEE AND DONUTS SATURDAY, NOV. 9 SWEEPING STYLING CHANGES ARE APPARENT IN THE 1958 FORD CAR LINE. The Fairlane 500 Town Victoria (righ0 and Falrlane Club Victoria (left) share with all new Fords such dramaticstyling changesloa~:e~ safety dual headlights, corrosion'proof anodized aluminum grille, power now nooa, sup stream rein, scu p inverted V trunk lid and twin safety taillights. Engineering and design advances include new engines, new Cruise- O.Matie transmission and optional Ford.Mre suspeaston. The new Ford car line will be on display at r~" ,~. " ri,s F~N TO READ TH~ SU~. SEE THE~E AND OTHER r~LL AND WmT~ GOODS ~X K. & S. MOTORS _. oR;n~en,.. ... o.Wask;n~on Ho=. o~ w.~ co~t c~ Sho., Six New Members in Lucky Clovers Laurel (specla.l) The Lucky Clover Club met at the Glenwood Grange Hall October 24 t~ elect new officers and reorganize for the new year. ~lew officers are: president, Ricky ~ar~ey; v. p, Bonnie P4erce; sec. Mary Anita Leaton; treas., Leona Ladiges and repor. ter, Mary Gall Kreps. Nineteen old men, hers rejoin- ed. Ne~ membem are ~la~t~ PAGE FIVE Gru~b, Faye Leaton, Don House, Kathleen I~d,tges, Kay Wl~lt. mire and Irene Hansen. The recreation committee is Bonnie Pler~ and MaW Gall Leaders for ~he coming year are O. P. Kreps, Sake Pierce, Ralph Nell and WllDam Leaton. Achievement N~ght, 4.H signs and where to have the next meet i~g were discussed. The meeting was adjourned and recreation and refreshments followed (Mary Gall Kreps) Felt & Leather ", SLIPPERS For Men For Women and Children Washable Corduroy, Lined with Terry Cloth. CALIFORNIA D ?S New' Pointed Toe Ivy- League Buckles Brown, Black and Gray. HEAMAN'S Phone 2211 White Sa/mon You can7 match th/s anywhere/ 10.4 cu.FIr. INIIFNIG|NATOR 0 More U'sabte Shelf Space n ~ 1957 1refrigerator ~ha of Comparable size NEW SHEER LOOK COMPARE: FRIGIDAIRe elVeS YOU EXTRA SPACE EVERYWHERE/ SUPER FREEZER CHEST--full-width, stores frozen foods safely SUPER STORAGE DOOR-has 5 full-width romovabla shelves GLIDE-OUT PORCELAIN-ENAMELED HYDRATOR 3 ALL-ALUMINUM Removable Shelvas-- full-width BUTTER COMPARTMENT $ QUICKUBE ICE TRAYS NEW S~qTY.SUL NOR O FOR THAT Kitchen-of-Tomorrow Look Tod__ay without costly remodeling ~Not even our pre-war values compared with thisl For here is no ordinory refrigera- tor, but full-quality Frigi~daire--not a last years model--not a stripped "special" but a feature.packed 1957 Sheer Look Refrigerator- a regular model in the '57 Frigidaire |inel Other Gold Tag buy= like this In all sizes and types of '57 Frigidaire Refrigerators. See our Gold Tag Prices and save/ OTItI R MODELS NOT SHOWN 12 CU. FT. COMBINATION REFRIGERATOR AND FOOD FREEZER ~ Regular $539.95, Closeout Price ............... $399.95 40" IMPERIAL RANGE, Reg. $419.95, Closeout Pr/ce ... $339.95 30" DELUXE RANGE ~ Reg. $249.95, Closeout price ...... $199.95 30" USED RANGE--one year old Only .............................. $159,@5 MAYSON ?%rniture Co. wxrrE s,~.~os, w~mx~ros II1[ I I I I I IIH I