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PAGE TWO . | --- NEWS BRIEFS OF WHITE SALMONt Jack Link reports he plans to go back to work in the mills next Mon- day. A baby girl, weighing seven and one-half pounds, was born to Mr. and Mrs. Carl Kuhnhausen of Gienwood, Wednesday, May fourth, in the Sea- ton hospital in White Salmon. The infanthas been named Rebecca Ann. Mrs. Lulu Nagel of Appleton was a White Salmon visitor last Monday. Betty Crow, was a weekend visitor with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Guy G. Crow in White Salmon, Friday to Sunday. ,She is working in Portland at present. Olaf Baker of Appleton, was a vis- itor in White Salmon Monday. Reports state that Mr. and Mrs. Jack Glasco of Trout will move to Hillsboro. Oregon to live. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hetler and fam- ily were in Portland Sunday to visit her mother. Mrs. Ella Pereey. Andy Keller, who has been doing considerable road grading in Western Klickitat county the past two weeks, has been working near Trout Lake this week. Plans to work on the Trout Lake-Glenwood cut-off are in llne for the next work. Bill Lucy of Burdoin Heights, was a White Smon visitor Monday after- noon. August Hanson, county engineer, was in White Salmon on business Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Wilke were planning to celebrate her birthday Monday. Mrs. Wilke declined to tell her age. Forrest Wallace of Husum under- ,went an operation in White Salmon, the fore part of the week. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Bran- aman, Monday morning, in White eSalmon, an eight and one-half pound baby girl. Stacey Reeves, Jr., of Bingen, is back home now. He expects to go to work in Portland for the Standard Oil com- pany sometime this summer. He was attending a Standard Oil training school in Portland the past month. Mr. and Mrs. John Wyers motored to Burns, Oregon last weekend where 'they paid a visit with her son. They :returned to White Salmon Sunday evening. Mrs. George Willey left for Seattle ]onday morning where she will visit her daughter, Mrs. R. M. Bialkowsky. She plans to return this weekend. Mildred Suksdorf, in company with Julia Kapp of Portland, as a visitor here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Suksdorf Sunday. Carl Suksdorf returned to Portland with them. They were accompanied by John Wunder. Mr. and Mrs. Warren Hayes were weekend visitors with friends and relatives in White Salmom He visited his mother, Mrs. E. G. Hayes, and she visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Coekran. Ed and Bob Knoll of Trout Lake were White Salmon visitors Sunday afternoon. Erwin Corey, returned to Husum last week where he will remain to work with his father in the store. Erwin was working for Standard Oil Com- pany in Portland. West End county citizens seen at the Klickitat Fish & Game club meet- ing in the school gymnasium at Klick- itat Saturday evening included, Coun- ty Commissioner S. F. Wnuk, Hubert Rsyburn, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Par- rott of Glenwood; Mr. affd Mrs. Oscar Brannin, Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Adams, Warren Cravens, Keith McCoy, all of White Salmon, Guy Wade, Bingen and K. C. Langfield of Trout Lake. Keith McCoy has been visiting rel- atives and flrends in White Salmon the put two weeks, following recupra- Salmon, motored to Cahl'.vell, Idaho. last weekend, where they visited with friends and relatives. Quite a crowd of anglers were on hand at the Columbia River Chapter of the Mt. Adams Fish & Game Assoc- iation, including Bingen and White Salmon. The meeting, held Friday in }the White Salmon fire hall included Messers. Oscar Brannin, Geo. Kreps, Glen Lane, Bill Jensen, Wallace Dick- ey, Roy Heaman, Dewey Schmidt, Rudy Camp, John Pearce, Harohl Lewis, Ben Camp, Judge A. B. Gro- shong, B. M. Heaman, Al Lermo, Ed Sanford, O. R. Kreps, Aaron Vigus, Jerry Zwynen, Alba Bartholomew, A. Daubenberg, Ray Davis, Bill Harms, Frank Wilke, Earl Du Rant, Don Don- aldson, Haroht Cox, Bud Watkins, Warren Bargabus, Ralph Vigus, Joke Benzel, Vic Saxton,'Enor Larsen and A1 Hill. Stacey Reeves, Bingen, caught two trout on the Rattlesnake Crock Sun- day. Both.were over 12 inches long. Frank Surbaugh, of Bingen, caught a nice trout while fishing on North- western lake Sunday. The fish meas- ured over 16 inches. Frank, incident- ally, was not entered as a member in the recently-started fish derby by the Mt. Adams Fish & Game Association, so cannot enter his prize fish. S. J. Reither is leaving next week for a short visit to his old home in Ohio. He expects to attend his old class reunion at Delaware, Ohio, and will visit in Toledo, Co!umbus, anq Chic- ago. He will also stop over in Salt Lake City and Denver. His brother Jacob will look after the place while he ]s away. Bill Miller is working on the Elec- tric Bakery and Fountain this week in White Salmon. Ho'ard Koch, iormer White Salmon lad, now working in The Dalles, Ore- gon, in a restaurant, was here visiting Monday. Over 39 people, after telegraphing aead, had breakfast at Dug's Care in Bingen. "The occasion was a celebra- tion," commented Edgar Dugger, "to begin work building the Erst power line east along the Washington shore to Underwood, from Bonneville dam." Men are painting the cabins own- etl by R. S, Hoisington, this week. A cream color is being used. Mrs. C. E. Sager, of Klickitat, was in White Salmon on business Tues- Lday, Mrs. Orin Pearson was in White Salmon Tuesday from Trout Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Coate, accomp- anied by Win. Coate, were in White Salmon from Trout Lake Tuesday. Jim Muir of Burdoin Heights, was seen doing business in White Salmon Tuesday. Tom Heyl was fishing at Willard Tuesday afternoon. Only caught a few small trout. Win. Rudolph, of White Salmon was lucky enough to catch a 16-inch trout on Northwetsern lake Wednes- day. Taking advantago of the presenta- tion of Victoria Regina in Portland, by a great favorite, Helen Hayes and her company, Miss Gertrude Wyers and Miss Eunice Seaton drove down last evening to see the performance. Among the many people to see the performancee of Miss Helen Hayes in Tictoria Regina, now playing in Portland, were Mrs. B. M. Heaman Mrs. W. H. Warner, Mrs. K.H. Put- Hey and Mrs. Roy Heaman. From out of town to visit local mothers last Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Norman and Douglas Hayes of Portland and Mr. and Mrs. Warren Hayes and daughter Nancy Lou, whose various mothers are Mrs. M. S. Smith of Underwood Heights, Mrs. John lion from an operation in a Port- Cochran and Mrs. A.R. Hayes of land hospital. He expects to return to White Salmon. Seattle this week and the University Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Surbaugh, of of Washington. , Portland spent the forepart of the Mr. and Mrs. Letter Jones, White week visiting with his papts, Mr. ammmmmammmimmmmmmmml mmm mm am m maul m mm m mm m m m m mm m wmmnmwummmnnurmmumm w -- " i : -m-lnummammimmummummmlmmm i| I" || I | :i Boy Scout Benefit ;! ,,, ., , '. | i m m s  qnp innmup   "nmup  n '.u g nm | iB I all . SPONSORED BY THE AMERICAN LEGION 'is | m I e | | . ill ' " Hall " S ' " Lemon Whte almon ,', '1-- 9, all mll aa 0 SATURDAY, MAY 21 " 66 I 99 ,; Mmlc by The Rebe_s , Portland :: WITH LARRY BLAIR AND HIS ELECTRIC BANJO . :i ENTIRE PROCEEDS GO TO BENEFIT THE BOY SCOUTS . iS ADMISSION $1.00, INCLUDING ' ' IIT. ADAMS SUN FRIDAY MORNING, MAY 13, 1938 The Seven " . L00warrs00,00mg As They Go Singing their "Hi, Ho" song, Walt iDsney's inimitable dwarfs, who share the starring honors with the hero- ine in his full-length feature production "Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs," which comes exclusively to the Cameo Theatre for five days and four matinees starting Friday, May 20th, trudge homeward from their diamond mine. little suspecting that a beautiful stray Princess has wandered into their cottage and occupied all seven of their little beds. The p,cture is the latest animatde achievement in music, song and phantasy in Multiplane Technicolor. CARSON NEWS NOTES CARSON, May 12--A dinner party honoring Mr. and Mrs. Henry Stell, was held at the Johnny Larson place Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Stell recently announced their marriage. She is the former Hazel Henry. The party followed a charivari on Monday evening in Carson. Those at the Larson party Tuesday included: Mr. and Mrs. Henry Stell; Mr. and Mrs. Dan Miller; Mr. ad Mrs. Henry Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Hoffman and the hosts. Mrs. C. Eivers is visiting in Portland this week. Mrs. Sam Yemalos was in The Dal- lea last week visiting with her father. The Olson logging company is now working full blast, it was announced Thursday. They have two booms of logs in the Wind River at this time. o Memento Body Named in '23 The American Battle Monuments commission was created in 1923. and Mrs. A. F. Surbaugh, of White Salmon. Alfred, who is employed in the Portland Fire department, is on his vacation for this year. The re- mainder of the week will be spent ini Hood River visiting with his wife's parents, She was the former Leona Peck of that place. Mrs. Harry Percy spent Mother's day in Eugene with her son Howard, who is attending the University of Oregon. C. C. Russell of B. Z. Corners was' doing business in White Salmon and Bingen Wednesday afternoon. Bill Young of White Salmon was a feekend visitor in Seattle with his brothers and sitsers. A family reunion was the occasion. Jose Aerni and Adolphe Schmidt, of Trout Lake were White Salmon bus- iness visitors Wednesday morning. Ra!{ Moore, John Childs, AI Kidder and Walter Hunsaker were those pay- ing last rites to Claude Wallace at The Dalles, Or6gon, Tuesday. Wallace was a former Husum resident and was BINGEN WOMEN'S CIRCLE The Women's Circle met at the home of Mrs. Race, May 4 with Mrs. Famelos as joint hostesess. A gift was presented to Mrs. Mc- Lanahan in appreciation of the organ given the circle. Mrs. Rake and Mrs. Fametos were appointed on a committee to see about getting a hot water heater and have it installed in the circle room. A suggestion, by the vresidenL Mrs. Suksdorf, for the circle to give a donation toward the school library at the beginning of next school year. Further disc4ssion was considered at some later meeting. The circle voted to give the organ to Miss Pinnell for her enjoymen as I ishe is doing so much for the Sunday school, h the co-operation of fel- low men he(. The Chamber of Commerce dinner was a success and increased the circle's t funds very nicely. The next meeting of the circle will be held at the circle rooms in the base- ment of the church. Mrs. Spears and Mrs. Leet will be hostesses. The date is May 18. o GLENWOOD SCHOOL NOTES The o faculty and friends of the Glenwood schooI are presenting a rol- licking comedy farce "Gay," on Friday night, May 13 in the Glenwood audi- torium. Mary Louise Miller is cast in the role of Gay Marshall, Harrison DeVoe as Dick Royster, Eric Tobert as Bobby Ellis. Frankie Cress plays the part of Annette Burns, William Milnor as James Warren, Allie Mitch- ell as Elsie, Ellen Garner as Jean and iTheopa Bringazi as Miss Betty Mar- shall. Ev.eryone has been looking for- ward for some time to see the perform- ance. The play is given for the benefit of the school library. The graduation of the Senior Class will take place on May 20. Four pupils will make their last appearance in school as pupils on that evening when Phoebe Livingston, Phyllis Livingston, mas. Bernard Pollard of White Sal- (mon will give the address. Mr. and Mrs. Milnor spent the week end visiting at the Dondero home in White Salmon. They went to Spokane for a reception that was given for Mr. John McAuliff, well known educa- tor. Mrs. Milnor returned to Seattle. The Glenwood grade school attend- ed the play day at White Salmon on "la 6. This unusual feature is a year- ly event which the boys and girls en- jay very nmch. The State Insurance Inspector vis- ited the Glenwood school last 'eek on a tour of inspection, -O German Dance a March to Us One of the favorite dance rhythms in Germany would be called a m-ch iT America May  iixe lime to renew your stock of Sheets and Pillow Cases. Pequots are on sale this week at Heaman Bros. in White Salmon. 81X99 Sheets for $1.39; 42X36 Pillow Cases for 30c. adv Dainty Aprons of gay colored prints are 39c at Heaman Bros. adv LYLE SCHOOL NEWS Benny Brown is absent. Miss Miller's room is back on sched- ule now that the play is over. The pupils of the primary room have lost their ball and bat. ! ;''riday the grade school from the fourth to the eighth went to White Salmon, Klickitat and Lyle will meet at the Lyle diamond this Friday. The play given last Friday night was enjoyed by everyone, with shouts of laughter. We also made a nice sum from it. Members of a Student Council were I,leeed this morning to draw uo a new constitution. They were a.s fol- h,ws: Seniors. Carl Coleman, Juniors, Francis Kilduff; Sophomore, Bette Do-n: Freshmen, Alma Brokaw. We were sorry to hear of the death of one of our former schoolmates, El- len Johnson of Yakima. The baseball boys will play their first home game 'ith Centerville some time this week. The Seniors are having many meet- i.'s lately and do lots of talking. We wonder what about. Last week we elected student body officers. The are as follows: President; Jim Curl; vice-president; Wes An- derton; Secretary, Hazel Hathaway; Treasurer, Inez Knight; Sargeant-at- Arms, Lester Hathaway; Business ]Janager, Fred Korthase; Yell Lead- er. LaDiene Becks; School Reporter Frances Adamson. Willis: Do you know cars won't run without gas ? Lucille: No, how do you know? Willis: I just ran out. Can You Imagine-- The Seniors passing out cards. Alice not being in school. Willis running out of gas. Lee not talking. Toyo being late. Miss Duryee when she wasn't smil- ing. Wesley talking about trains. II I l I I II -" ,m, , = = - ffi : i = _ = V lb. PEPPER or CINNAMON for 10e with your purchase of FRUIT PECTIN. Here's area] bargain for you, which comes just when you need it. Jelly-making time is just around the corner. "Wait for Watkins ..... It Pays!" ROY W. LUNDBERG, Goldendale Mc00-Deerlin00 Mowers Have--Always Been Good Best Yet Wyers Trading Co. well-known in the Mt. Adams area. He is a past commander of Evan Childs Post of the American Legion of White Salmon. Joe Jermann of Trout Lake, was in White Salmon on business Wednes- day morning. Mr. an Mrs, Wallace Van Amberg 'tf Gilmer were in White Salmon on business and shopping Wednesday. Gorge Theatre Bingen, Washington Speci Spring Re-Open- mg Program Joel McCrea, Bob Burns, Francis Dee, and a won- derful supporting cast in Frank Lloyd's epic of the west--- "WELLS FARGO" FOUR DAYS Sun., Mon., Tues., Wed. May 1S, 16,17 and 18 Continuous Show Sunday from3 p. m. Come Early Popular Prices ! I I _ U Harold Wellenbrock and DeRowla'nd Phone 8X, W. Salmon Free Delivery , Ward receive their high school:dipto- I Ill l I I I EL O O is one of the prime requisites in a community of many trucks and saw mills. We are prepared to keep your equipment and machinery n good con- dition. One of the more important things in hav- ing your machinery or truck in fine working ord- er is firstly, to have the working parts with no weak spots. See us, we can fix it if it's broken. Binge n Machine B. R. NORTH, Prop. Shop BINGEN, WASH. ! I I[111H