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O ii ! i i i i i i t il i THL~I~DAY, OCTOBER 31, 1957 FOil IIFSr RESULTS... READ&USE --WANT AD BKTES.-- i?ir~ Insertion, 3c per word; sub- sequent insertions, 2c per wo~ (m'mhnum charge, 50c); Cl~- sifted display, 60c per column inch; Blind or Keyed ads 25e additional per Insertion. Want Ad deadline is 12 noon evelT Wednesday. FOR SALE FOR S&LE--- 20 wood folding / chairs. Good eond~ion $1.50 each Take all. Phone 2984. Itp MODERN -- 4 room house, fire- place, view, basement, oil fur. nace, garage. In W. S. Phone 3454 9-5-~c FOR ~ -- Modern home on Green Street. White Salmon, full basement, nice yard and shade trees. Oil furnace, in- sulated and easily heated. New wall to wall carpet ~n liV- ing room. $2ff00.00 down and balance FHIA. Harry Hunsaker evenings call 2929 9-~t~-tfc FOR SALE 2 Jersey-Gurnsey milch cows. Milking now. F. C. Leaton. Glenwood, Wn. 10-31.2tc LIST your properties with R. J. Bates, bonded broker. Tel. 447/ FOE RENT FOR 'PJ~NT modern 4 room house. Garage. Phone 2971. 10-31.fie HOUSE FOR R~'NT on Franklin St. $40.00 a month including ~ater and sewer. Wired for electric stove a.~d h~ater. Rabe- eft S. Brown. Bingen Phone 41~3. 1O-31-1tp FOR RFaNT 1 bedroom house, partly furnished $30 a month. Thee Kramer, 206 E. Franklin St. Bingen. 10-24-2tp FOR I~ENT ~ house in center of Bingen, furnished. Has electric stove and refrigerator. Call 4695 10-2~t-3tp WANTED W~k~'ED to buy: Antiques, old dishes, china, pressed and cut glass, Silver, pewter, old gold, books, clocks, guns. Anything old. E. Mintzer, North Bonne. ville, or call at home next to theatre, Evergreen l~ighway. 10-31-2tp -- LOST & FOUND IX)ST yellow bobtailed Manx cat. Finder call Mrs. Frank Wilke, Reward. 10-31-Itc ST~AYE~ One red steer in Ma- Jor creek area. S with lazy J, connected at top, on right hip. M. W. Cimmiy~tti, EMerson 5-2410, Lyle. 10.24-2tp MISCELLANEOUS MEMO RIAI~, tombstones, en- graving, curbing and repair, cleaning. H. O. Warner 5.gtf LIST your properties with It J Bates, bonded broker. Tel. 447/ sEFrIc tank pumping service. Warren McColley, Lyle, Wash. 10:56-10-57-p WATER well drilling, clean out work. Free estimates and in- formation. Terms available. 195 N. E, Estes Ave. White Salmon, Wash., Charles L. Je- ter. l~p. 7-II 9-26 ff ,,,,~ O~tIIERS FOR Chrts~mas cards and lettem should be placed no later than December 1. l~t. Ad- ams Sun. ~t (11.~8) FOR lIENT--Unfurnished mod- ern 3-room apartment. Phone ~ 7-25.tfe I~U~F A~EI~ ~ in W~S. Furnished; private entrance and bath. Good view and TV reception. Quiet. One or two adults only. Allis N. Pollard. 10-31-tf MODERN 3 room furnished apt. available November 1. Phone 2922 10.24-tfe =L RS[n ON WHITE SALMON RIVER 2 bedrooms, living room with fireplace, kitchen wired for range, modern bath with l'ub and utility. About I acre till- able and fines~ of soils. Free spring water under pressure. On paved road and 100 yards from store. $5000.00. Terms 4 ACRES WITH 185 Fr. HIGH- WAY FRONTAGE. $ z~mn house. 20 x 30 ft. barn for 4 cows. Chleken Imuse. Insulate~ fruit room. Berry patch and garden. Oil space heater for heat. Cor- ral for horses or cows. $2800 to. tal price. ACRE WITH BEAUTIFUL VIEW OP MT. HOOD. Locked on paved road and is a 2 bed- room home wI~h full base- ment. Living room has attrac- tive corner window and "dif. MT. ADAMS SUN -- BINC~N - wmrg~oN, proximate point of diversion Is located within NW~SE~ of Sec- tion 1.1, Township 4 N., Range 10E W. M., in Kticldtat County. Any objections must !be accom- pan,~ed by a two dollar ($2.00) re- cording fee and Iiled with the State Supervisor el Water Re- sources within thirty (30) days from November 7, 1957. Witness my hand and official seal this 18th day of October, 1957. M. G. W~A~,~R, State Super- visor of Water Resources. 10-31-2tc 80 ~IJN 80 NOTICE TO CREDITORS No. P-3379 In the Superior Court of the State of Washington for Klickitat County. ~r~ the matter of the estate of William Robert Biggers, Deceas- ech NOrI~IOE '~S ~ERY~Y GIV,EN that the undersigned has been appointed and has qual, ified as Executor of the estate of William Robert Biggers deceased, and that all persons having claims against said deceased are re- quired to serve the same on the Execu,tor, Olaf Baker at his resi- dence. Lyle, Wash. or upon Thur- man E. Ward attorney of record for said estate, at CSoldendale, Washington, and file with the clerk of the above named Court, togethe~ wi~h proof of such ser- vice, within six mo~.s a~er ~e date of the first publication of this notice, or ~he same will be forever barred. Date of first publication: Octo- ber 17, 1957. Olaf Baker, Executor of ~he es- tate of William Robert ~ggers, deceased. Thurman E. Ward, Attorney for ,Estate, Postoffice address, Goldendale Washington. 10 17 4tc ao SUN 8@ ~OT~ -- After th|~ date I will WSC Offers Short ~ot be te,~pons~ble for any ,t~ ~. , debts other than my own. Ron- [ t, ourse on JtocR ,ald Eocles. 10-3~.Itp [ T, RL ~:.~ ~ , [ Goldendale ;(special) W~C's CARD OF THANKS [Sth annual short course for stock r~Ve wiSh to tha~tk our many I men will be held at Pullman, friends in Klickitat county for [Dec. 9-13; $15 covers cost. Cap- the kindnesses, the cards and lies of the program may be o~- the donations to the Heart Fund [tained at the office in memory of Loren Triplett, [ Our thanks to all who helped whose death occurred, Oct..21, [make the 4-H Achievement Day 1957 They are deeply appre0m at "[ Trout Lake last Saturday so ted. [ successful. Mrs Dons Trlplett and family " " ] Congratulations to Patsy Klo- Mrs. Opal Yarnell and family ! ker who Ls one of ten ~H mere- Mrs. Peggy MeEwen and I bers in the state to win an edu- famSy [ eational trip to the National Club Kenneth Triplett and family [Congress m Chmago. She was ~Viaurlce Tnplett 1 t '" [se ec ed by a state committeO 10 31 ltc " "' [on her record of ael~ievement. so SUN so -- [ This means Klickitat county .State of Washington [will have two representatives Offtce of Supe~r of Water [a~ the Congress and must raise Resourc [another $80 for expenses. Con- O1ympi& [tributions should be sent to Mrs. NOTICE OF WATER RIGHT a [ M x'ne Tidyman, I)allesport, APPLICATION NO 14543 [secretary of the 4H Leaders' TAKE NOTICE: [ Council That T A Chapman of White . . i ~ Mrs. Schreiber and I will at-" Salmon, Washington, on Octo . . "[tend the a,~nual agents confer- her 14, 1957 filed appticatmn for [ ence in Y.aldma the first three permit to divert the pubhc wa-[ days of this week instead of in ters of u~named spring in the .... ~, [Pullman as fo,,,,~. amount of .01 second" foot. sub- [ -- so SUN so -- ject to existing rights, continu-| R[~/"~,~ ~]'T~/~'.[~"-- " h ear for the -ur-ose ............... ~'~ ousw eac y ~ of domestic supply that the ap-IWIN TEN PRIZES . out of ten parakeets entered W~GTON Business and Professional DR. HOWARD R. L~'T D~ Tueedsy to Saturday,0 to Closed Mom~a~ Phon~ ~ IOO~ Temple, ~xtt4~d,m~ I DR. L. C. KRALL CHIROPRACTOR LARSEN BUILDING WHITE SALMON, WASI'L PHONE $~1 -- Office Hours -- Mort. Fri. 9 A.M. to $ P.M. Tues. & Thurs. 1 ~o 8 P.M. J BE A SMILER WEAR A WYLER PAUL RUNYAN WATCH P,F~AIRS & JEWELRY Bin~n ~ 4~6~ II 'Thdlarc" W~lng ~f M~m~--- mid Alumlaum Roth Welding Shop Off Highway l~lw~m Biz~en. and White Salmon Pete Roth Pho~o 4781J DR. WAYNE 14[. H~RELE DR. R. D. O~TLUND DR. K. A. LUNDEBERG Physic~as ma~ Sua~m~ Patients mornings by aPlX~ha~at Office Phone 2031 Ambulance And Funeral Service DAY OR NIGHT: PHONE 2585 GARDNER'S Funeral Service White Salmon. Wn. | I II Oscar F. Wallace LIFE INSURANCE ESTATE PLANNING ESTES INSURANCE AGENCY Phone 2161 Ray's Electric Sero/ce Wiring . ln~talla~m . R~ PHONE 2914 Rowland, Mr. and Mrs. Charley Haynes, Mr. and Mrs. Mel Patent of T. D., Kate Lane and the Lem. leya In honor of Mrs. Gault of Phil- adelphia, mother of Mrs. Ken- neth Lundeberg, a coffee hour was arranged by Mmes Wayne Henkle and Dale Ostlurtd Tues. day morning in the home of the former. Mrs. GauR has been vis. iting with Dr. and Mrs. Lunde- berg for several weeks and ear. dng for their son Robert while waiting for his new brother Mark. to come home from the hos Htal. She will leave for her home Saturday. ~VIrs. Gall Larsen, just h~me from a two weeks vacation in Hawafi, spent the weekend with her parents the Van Gladdens. ~In remembrance of Mrs. Con. nie~*Rohman's birthday, her mo- ther Mrs. Amos Pearce served din net to members of the family last evening. -- so SUN so 4H CLUB Wednesday afternoon after school the 4H club met at tim home of Mrs. R. T. Anderson for a business meetL~g and elec- P. O. Box 837. White Salaum, Wn- tion of officers. Af~d the . I THE BEST FOR THE LEAST Automotive Pa~s - Supplies sI.~h~ Bags - T,~, Camas Auto Supply AI Shesffe~ Bus. Phone 3131 Res. 6814 Mary Gall Kreps and Janice Kuhnhausen Win Pomona Cups for 4H Achievements Lels, Lyle; Janice Ku,hnhausen, W.S. Garden -- John Jarvis, W. S. Goldend'le (special) Mary Gaff Kreps, Laurel and Jan~ce Kuhn- hausen, W~ite Salmon, were a- warded the Pomona Cups for highest ach~evemen, t in ~ work in the west end of Klickitat coun- ty. These cups were presented at the Achievement-program Satur. day nigI~t, Oct~3er 26 at the Trou~ Lake School Gym. Over 200 persons witnessed the presenta. tions. Other &w~r~s annou~d a~ the program were: Sears Foun. daOion Awards won by John Jar- vis, Rita Burris of W. S.; L~nda Read. Lyle; Larain Zeigler, Kay Hansen of Laurel. Lyle Community Club Calf Award won by Henry Leis of Lyre. ~inshaw Te~s Poultry A- Lewis, T. L.; Rieky Bar. ney and Leona Ladiges, Gle~l. wood; and ~Mary Gall Kreps, Laurel. ,Elks ~u~ior Leader.ship Award won by Kay Hansen, Laurel. 'Dress Revue Pins won by Jean. ne Burdette, Kathlee~ Jenr~i.ngs, Carol Portner. Patricia Halse, Sylvia 3ohnson of T. L.; Susan Shigley, Nancy Lee (~arner, Sal. ly Synstegard, Vickie Weaver, E- lizabeth Leis, of Lyle; Barbara Keith, Becky 1~igakl, Laurie Ti- dyman of Dallesport; ;,Irene Han sere. Kay Hansen and Kathleen Kreps of Laurel Junior Leadershi@ pins won by Wesley Cooke, Janice Kuhnhau- sen, Steven Trout, and MelVille Wall of W. S.; Rebecca Lewis, T. I.; Rose Anne Troh, Kay Ha.~sen and Kathleen Kreps, Laurel; Richard Keyes, Henry Lets, Eliza- beth Leis and Lorna Taylor, of Lyle. County medals were award- ed as follows: Canning-- La~n Zeiffler. Laurel; Linda Read, Lyle; Rita Burris, W. S. Clothing -- Kathleen Kreps, Laurel; Kay Kan~en, Laurel. Judging Team ban~er -- Ben ,n~e Pierce and Kay Hansen, Lau. Home Improvement -- Shh'ley Quinton7 Lyle; Lorna Taylor, Lyle; Meat Animal -- Mary Gall Kreps, Laurel. Poultry -- Mike TroUt, W. S.; P, ebecea Lewis, T. L.; Ricky Bar- ney, Glenwood;; The Pomona Orange made the foHowlng Star awards: Silver Stars- Richard Keyes, Li~da Read, of Lyle; Rebecca Lewis, Jeann~e Burdette and Syl- via Johnson, of T. L. Mary Anita Leaton, Claudia Leaton, of Glen. wood; Irene Hansen, ~nle Pierce, of Laurel; Dorothy Sor- ensen, Laurie Tidym:an and Becky Migaki, of Dallesport; Kar en Anderson, Dawn Reaksecker a~t ~ Sum'is ee .W, :~ ~ Gold Stars- Chr&stina Lloyd, Glenwood; Kay Hansen, Kath- leen Kreps, Laurel; Loma Tay- lor, Elizabeth Lals and Henry Leis, Lyle. so SUN 8@ time was given over to Hallow. e'en tun. -- so SUN S@ When a man pays the taxes he actually owes, he feels he's being fl~ed for his hone~ty. PAGBM FUN TO READ THE SUN. Be SafoL Buy Your Gonorsl INSURANCE From an A~edit~l J. BATES ..... PHONES 4477 & 276~ 1- ,, CANYON THEATRE THURS. - FRIDAY - SATURDAY OCTOBER $I - NOV. I JERRY LEWIS AS THE DELICATE DELINQUENT Plus SHEREE NORTH in The Way To Gold SUNDAY - MON.. TUESDAY NOVEMBI~ $ - 4 - 5 AUDIE MURPHY JOE BUTTERFLY AND FROM OUT THERE KRONOS FOR INFORMATION ON.NEW FULL FAMILY PROTECTION POLICY LOWEST PUBLISHED RATES phone 0WIDE C LIFE nq~URANCE COUNSELOR U, Waddngto" FLORSHEIM ferent" wood block ceiling fin- ished natural. ProviSion for automatic washer in kitchen. 60 gal automatic water heater. Built about 4 years ago. Gar- den space and flowers. Will F. H. A. $9500.00 $ BEDROOM HOUSE. 2 LOTS Inside plaster and plywooc~ finish. Good composition shin- gle roof and brick chimney. Bath witr tub. Unfinished util- Ity. Venetla~ bllnds in li~ring room. Big garage with concrete floor. Close to ~tool and play ,ground. $5000.00 Terms. 2 1-3 LOTS WITH 5 BEDROOM HOME IN RINGEN. Ne~ ~e.hool and playground. In good c~- dition inside and out. Small cellar. Large l~ving room, dial- ing room and kitchen. Bath with tub. Table top automatic water heater. Solid stone foun- dation. Double garage. Garden space. $6500.00 with $1500.00 down. Bonded Real E~ta~ B~km Frank A. Johnson. Mana~ Cameo B~ Phone $~02 White Salmon O0 In Search for a Home with a Trundle Bed on which to lay your weary head? i~ the third annual all budgie show in Vancouver last weekend, Les Mulkey's Burdoin Mounta,in Aviary of Bingen won eight blue ribbons for first place, two red ribbons for first place, two tro- phies, four rosettes and two spec- ial awards. Mulkey's birds will also com- pete i~ two Portland bird shows during November. 3O SUN SO -- ,~. b~n-l~ticm ~ld uDT Do it mow TED'S BARBER 5HOP IN BINGEN Two Doors Wes! of Evergreen Store $ $ $ LADIES HAIRCUTTING A SPECIALTY "Wally *C:meron SIGN PAINTER Can Be Conlacled A! Barber Shop rel. Dairy -- Henry Leis, Lyle; Glenn Pierce, Lattrel; Lar~in Zeigler, Laurel. Electric -- Donald Karl, W. S. Food Preparation ~ Elizabeth Look at your shoes .... Other People Do! FLORSHEIM means First i, Quality, L~ and Cam?oft. HAL HANDLES SIZES 6b~ TO 12 IN WIDTHS B TO E - S U N S P 0 T S- $ s.ss. Earl Mosher of Siletz. Ore. was here Wednesday visiting his Ca- SOME CLOSEOUTS ON FLORSHEIM ,ther Murv Mosher, also the Gee. Moshers and Mrs. Opal Grunke. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Andrews of Tualatin visited Mr. and Mrs Orvil Knutson and other friends Sunday. Mrs. Mary Keys ~sited her son Charles and family at Beacon Rock last Friday and Saturdy." A birthday party was held for Mrs. Maggie Thornton last Tues- day evening at the home of Mr. a.nd Mrs. O. V. Lemley. The ev- ening was spent by visiting and singing. Present were Maggie Thornton and her sister Mrs. CLEAN UP SHOES AT $4 OFF EACH PAIR HAL'S MEN'S WEAR 208~ OAK -- -- HOOD RIVER Prices for Friday & Saturday, Nov" 1 & 2 Nabisco OYSTER CRACKERS box Garbage Service Lumberjack Long John SYRUP can 89 BINGEN Garbage Service Hudson H0usePUMPKIN 2s 2 for 29c Champio. Service Centennial Idaho Red BEANS 41bs. , White Salmon Hood River Apple Juice 40 oz.. 2 for 28 oz. pkg. 53c YOUR ECONOMY STATION COOKIE CHIPS 2 pkgs. Petroleum Products at a Great Saving Butterscotch or Lemon To You. Bulk Plant Delivery Mechanical Electrical Nickel Silver Batteries St@ and 5ave KARL F. MOORE District Representative CREAM OF WHEAT JOHNSON'S EVERGREEN GROCERY