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3 GLENWOOD CHURCHES UNITE FOR CHRISTMAS All three Glenwood churches (Pioneer Memorial, Baptist and Seventh-day Adventist) will u- nite for a joint community Christmas program to be held Sunday night Oec. 22 at the Pi- oneer Memorial Church. The hour has not been announced. Herman Kuhnhau sen a n- nounces that a motion picture, "'Joseph, Ruler of Egypt" will be shown at 7:30 p.m. next Sun- day, Dec. 15, at the Pioneer Memorial Church. Leroy And- rew will lead the discussion. Sunday school will be held from 10 to 11 a.m. 30 SUN "|O Mrs. Geo. Mosher underwent surgery at Good Samaritan hos- pital on Wenesday. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bruffett were dinner guests of her par- ents the Maynard Mitchells, on Sunday. Tasty way II to take vitamins! CHEWABLES So.00im3 IDEAL FOR CHILDREN! ? OF 90 DEATH CALLS KNUTE HILL Former Congressman Knute Hill (D), who represented the 4th Congressional District of Washington from 1932- 1943, died Wednesday, Dec. 4, at his winter home where he lived a- lone in Indio, Calif. He was 87 and a widower. His Washington Funeral services were held at 11 a.m., Dec. 11, in the Flint Funeral Home, Presser. Masonic services were conducted by Eu- clid Lodge 125 F&AM. Burial was at Terrace Heights Mem- orial Park, Yakima, at 2 p.m, Wednesday. CHAS. RA YBURN ----4 FUNERAL HELD I/ to Yakima Valley in 1930. He lived in Sunnyside for sev- eral years and moved to Wapa- to where he operated Hank's Dairy and a fruit ranc for ma- ny years. He was a World War OPEN EVERY SUNDAY 'TILXMAS MINISTER ASKS HARD QUESTIONS residence was in Ephrata. 'lbfr gill ma hnrn I,lw al self or a living God started life 1R7"''" v,'"'n," w;':, v-M;,'[[ TM Bible has never been prey- taught school in Presser from ed wrong. It triumphs even m [ this scientific world." 1911 to 1915; was a former su-[ So asked L. M. Dugan. dist- perintendent of schools at Ben- ton City; and served in the State jrict minister of 1070 Jehovah's ,Legislature from 1927 until [Witnesses who attended their 1932 when he was elected to three-day assembly at Hermis- Congress ton, Oregon Nov. 29 thru Dec. Funeral secqce for Charles L. Rayburn was held at 11 a.m. Saturday, November 23 at the Hamilton - Mylan Fun erai Home, Vancouver. He die ! Thursday, Nov. 21 in Vancouver where he had made bis home the last four years at 2610 Q St. He was born May 14, 1890 in Columbia County, Washington. Surviving are the widow Cora L, Vancouver and sons Harold, !George and Ardith, all of Van- couver; Stepsons R. E. Brainard San Jose, Calif.; daughter, Mrs. R. D. Monahan, Vancouver; stepdaughters, Mrs. L. K. Sprin- kle, Seattle; and Mrs. Mildred Ulm, Los Angeles, Calif.; broth- ers Art Rayburn, Eugene, and Clarence Rayburn, Portland. "o SUN 30 HENRY B. KURE DEA TH REPORTED Henry B. Kure, 69, son of Mrs Henrietta Mogren of Lyle, died Monday, Dec. 2, in Central Memorial Hospital, Toppenish. He was born in Lyle and farmed there until 1927 when he moved I veteran and was a member of the 'American Legion and char- ter member of Veterans of WWI at Wapato. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Ruth V. Kure of Rt. 2, Wa- pate; three daughters, Mrs. Bet- ty Elder and Mrs. Joann Van- derBrink, both Wapato, and 10A. M. TO6P. M. Take this Opportunity to I[Mrs Lorraine Hanaway, New Do Your Xmas Shopping. I I York City; son Dale, Federal I]Way; and his mother, Mrs. Mo- ll gren, Lyle. WHITE SALMON ,I **o .Arcltie I I Kure Of Portland and Hildar H ] PHARMACY Kure of DeLake, Ore;a. sister. Mrs. Kamma Ott of Phoemx, j Phone 493-3232 Ariz.; and eight grandchildren. [ FORREST K. WALKER - ao .v so  [ Mrs. Edwin Gault is at home Prescription Specialists trying to shrug off an attack of A flu. Surprise the Family! Check Our HOLIDAY GIFT DEALS Now at HUNSAKER CHEVROLET "Did 300,000 million living .cells in the human body organ- ze themselves? Did the human heart of itself decide to pump o- ver 4000 gallons of blood a dis- tance of two to four times the distance around the earth every 24 hours? Either life started it- Holiday Season is Savings Season * at HUNSAKER CHEVROLET CO. Phone 493-2077 White Salmon, Wash. t " .  . ,I  * . During the baptism, 20 new ministers symbolized their dedi- cation to God, according to Gil- bert Knutson, local presiding minister. 30 UII SO DAVID BRACE CLAIMS BRIDE An event of Friday, November 29, in the East Vancouver Meth- odist Church, Vancouver, was the wedding of Miss Pamel Young, daughter of Mr. and Mrs William L. Young and David Eugene Brace, son of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Brace, formerly of Bingen, now of Vancouver. The double ring ceremony was read by Rev. William Calla- han at 8 p.m. in a setting of white chrysanthemums, pink roses, stock and lighted tapers, Miss Peggy Young was her sister's honor attendant. She wore a floor length gown of daybreak coral frosted taffeta with brocaded bodice fashioned with a scalloped sabrina neck- line. The bell-shaped skirt was smooth fitting in front and had two panels of shirring in the back, accented by a bow at the waist. She wore a pillbox hat of self fabric and tulle to match her gown and carried a cascade bouquet of roses and carna- tions. When given in marriage by her father the bride was wear- mga gown of white taffeta de- signed on traditional lines with Alencon lace framing the scoop- ed neckline and trimming the sculptured bodice which featur- ed long sleeves pointed at the wrist. Unpressed pleats widen- I ed rheA line skirt in front and a godet of pleats detailed the back which fell into a chapel train. Her shoulder length veil o f imported illusion w a s caught by a small pearl and crystal tiara She carried a bouquet of gardenias and steph- anotis. Gary Boggs was best man. Ushers were PhiUip Turrell, Ta- coma; Jerry Kiehn, ,Rizvlle; Jack Honsowetz, Bremerton and Jerald Hollenbeck, Wash- tucna. All are Theta Chi frater- nity brothers at WSU. A reception followed in the church parlors. Pouring at dif- ferent hours were aunts of the bridegroom, Mrs. Howard Huh es and Mrs. Thomas Stark; also I Mrs. Jay Brockway and Mrs. Austin Skordahl. Cutting and serving cake were Mrs. Eugene Rohrer, Miss Bonnie Doyle and Mrs. Willard Doyle. I After a wedding trip to south ern California Mr. and Mrs. Brace will be at home in Pull- man where he plans to resume his studies at WSU. The new matron is a graduate of Clark Colleee. David attended Clark and last year was a student at WSU. Among those from White Sal- mon who were at the wedding were Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Irish and Doug and Bryan. After- wards they were guests at a buffet supper at the home of the groom's parents. 80 N Sit Wedding: When a man gets billed for the times he cooed. FLOYD MARTINS I PRE-CUT TIMBERS I TO BE HONORED [SPEED BUILDING Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd'/ Construction started I a s t Martin are invited to greet [week on a new three-bedroom them between the hours of 2 parsonage for Bethel Congrega- and 5 on the afternoon of Sun- ional Church, White Salmon. day, Dec. 22 on the occasion of Rev. and Mrs. Clevenger expect their fiftieth wedding anniver-to be able to move in by mid- sary. The reception Is being arrang ed by their daughter, Mrs. Paul Kringelhede of Portland and will take place in the Fellow- ship Hall of the Bethel Congre- gational Church in White Sal- moll. A special request that no gifts be preented has been January. Disposition of the present parsonage, built 65 years ago, has not been decid- ed. Building time and cost have been reduced by the use of pre- cut timbers designed by Cedo- Homes of Bellevue. Some inter. iors will feature open lam;nated beams. The exterior will be THURSDAy, 1 DEC. 12, 19ca MT. M)ktm Sm * S DURWOOD JAEGERS HAVE SON Robert Durwood Jaeger was born Thanksgiving morning, Thursday, Nov. 28, at Emanuel hospital, Portland, to join Dur wood Jaeger family. He has a brother Clint and a sister Peg- gy. He weighed 5 Ibs 7 oz. Sunday his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Jaeger of W. S. called to see him and his mo- ther at the hospital. Daughter Named Mr. and Mrs. Connie Rohman have named their new daughter Libby Lee after Mrs. Rohman'8 Grandmother Pearce whose MOVING DA Y, SOME DELA Y It's here, but not in place. We are referring to the new mobile home of the John Lauterbachs which was brought from south- ern California Saturday in two sections loaded on two huge trucks. It was promised the eml of November, but delivery had to be postponed a week. The cement slab on which it will rest is prepared on their bluff lots. Electric line, tele- phone wires and sewer connec- tions can be installed in a mat- ter of hours. Several days will be required made. SO SUN Z0, Father Dies While Mrs. Dick Matchell was in Ellensurg helping care for her new granddaughter, word was relayed to her of the death of her father at Granger early this week.  SMN BO SI(YI,I00 IIOSPITAL I Admitted: 12-2 George Loot*, W. "S.; Katherine M. Zierolf, Stevenson; 12-3 Barbara War.. neke*, Gordon Kirsten*, W. S.; 12-4 Sharon Mitchell* and Wil- liam L. Hie,t, W. S.; Jack H. Smith*, Carson; Dale E. Viall* Husum; Leon F. Holtman, W. S.; 12-5 Paul E Kessel, Carson; 12-6 Willis E Gregory and Scott T. Brown, W. S.; 12-7 Lilly Ad- ams and Audrey Rohman, W. S.; Robin J. Campbell*, Washou- eal: 12-8 Cynthia J. Underwood, Lyle. * Discharged; also, Pauline Stubbs, Husum; Marlin Olson, Bingen and D. Jeanne McCall, Carol Crawford and Jess J. Hen egar, all W. S. Transferred: 12-6 John W. Harris, Underwood to No. Bon- neville Sanitarium. Expired: 12-2 Katherine M Zierolf of Stevenson, 0 SUN 3@ .---'-- GRACE BAPTIST CHURCH James McGraw, Pastor (West of Jr. Hi on Loop road) Sunday, Dec 15 Sunday school 9:45 a.m. Classes for all ages Morning Worship Ii a. m. Evening Fellowship 7:30 p.m. Monthly business meeting, Tues Dec. 17 at 7:30. Last meeting before Annual Meet in Jan. A Christmas house-warming party for new church will be Friday, Dec. 20 at 7:30. A shower will be held for the kitchen and nursery. The annual Christmas program will be Sunday, Dec. 22 in the evening with the presentation of "Three Gifts for Christ- mas. . 30 SIUN t BETHEL COHGE(TION AL United Church of Christ Rev. Roger I. Clevenger Church School 9"45 a.m. Class- es for all age groups. Morning Worship, II m. Topic "God's Massive Sur- prise". Jr. Hi Pilgrim Fellowship 5:30 Sr. Hi Pilgrim Fellowship 7 p.m. A nursery is preceded for the tiny-tots during the morning worship service. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE Jesus' instructions on how to pray will be brought out in this Sunday's Bible LesSOn "God the Preserver of Man". Golden Text: "rhe Lord is nigh unto all them that call up- on him" (Psalms 45:18,20) Related readings will open with these lines: "Our Master said, "After this manner there- fore pray ye, and then he gave that prayer which covers all hu- man needs" (Science & Health" by Mark Baker Eddy, p. 1 ) tongue and groove cedar. The parsonage will have 1540 square feet upstairs, plus 1000 square feet on the daylight low- er level. The contractor, McMasters of Whidby Island, is using local carpenters: Ervin Powell of W. S. and two men from Golden- dale who helped build the new W. S. postoffice. Shorty Hof- stedt of W. S. was awarded the excavaon contract. WHITE SALMON VALLEY SCHOOL MENU Dec. 16-20 Monday, Chili, hot bread and butter, dessert, milk. Tuesday, Stew, bread and butter, fruit, milk. Wednesday, Surprise lunch Thursday, Spaghetti, peanut butter sandwiches, dessert, milk, Friday, Creamed tuna on hot biscuits, vegetable, milk. maiden name was Libby. The baby was born at Skyline Sat- urday evening, Dec. 7 She has an older sister Lyn and an older brother Brad. Her maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Amos Pearce, White Salmon. 30 SUI% O Whidbey Island, in Washing- ton State, is the second largest island in continental United States. to put the sections together grid in place. Furnishings, stored and purchased will be brought after that. If all goes as plan- ned, they will be in by Christ- ma. S SUN 3 Original handmade Christ- mas gifts, stockings and dec- orations. See at Uptown Flower Shop beginning Saturday, Nov. 30. (4) 11-28-3-c COME ONE, C000E AL, FAMILY CIIRIST00AS DINNER SERVED 2 TO 6 P.M. SUNDAY, DECEMBER 15 i il FREE TRANSPORTATION ST. JOSEPH'S PARISH THE HOOD RIVER  I White Salmon CHURCH OF CHRIST !11 now offers free transportation I ' to and from church services. [[ [ Every0ne s lnwted SUNDAY SERVICES III DONATION are held at 10 a m & 7 30 p m : III ,1.25 ADULTS -- 75c CHILDREN UNDER 12 PHONE HY3-3465 I[ I $4.00 PER FAMILY ILTWELL ROCKERS ..Christmas Gifts for Your Whole Family Make ,hie e Christmas to be remembered with a handsome Biltwell Rocker gift the whole family will enjoy. Select now from our complete line of Biltwell Rockers In newest covers and colors. RIGHT: Give years of J9 95 enjoyment with th s tell- beck rocker. In your * choice of fine decorator fabrics and colors. N / Dad's Favorite Rocker LEFT: Roomy swivel comfort in durable leath- $119 95 or-grained Naugahyde and other smart new * covers. Wide selection of colors. ROCKERS l For old-time corrffort Charming Provincial Rocker LEFT: A swivel rocker styled for maple end $139e95 cherry decor. In gaily patterned or solid color decorator fabrica;. AUTO BATTERIES oF New Gift Quality Original Equipment on Jl] Biltwell Rockers :00/HITE sALMON AUTO SUPPLY ,.,mo.