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FRIDAY MORNING, MAY 13, 1938 MT. ADAMS SUN PAGE FIVE LYLE DISTRICT NEWS ITEMSi00'te00e000000000000aY LYLE NEWS APPLETON NEWS KLICKITAT NEWS LYLE, May 11 Mrs. Robert Cham- berlain, Mrs. Vesta Rater and Mrs. Esther Waller were visitors in The Dallas Thursday. Mrs. A. Cox left Saturday for a visit with her son at Pasco. She also will visit with her daughter, Mrs. Edith Pearson and family at Hermi- ston. Ore., before she returns to her home here. Mrs. Sue Morehead, of Goldendale, visited in Lyle Thursday night. Mr. and Mrs. R. Kilbourne and Mis Moyne Payne drove to Ellens- burg, Wash., Saturday morning, re- turning o Lyle Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Omeg enter- tained the following guests at their heme Sunday {Mther's Day}: Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Johnson, Mr. and APPLETON, May 12 Only one month of school left for this year and e':rybdy is working hard t5 com- plete his work. Alfred Nordstrom returned t school Monday, after being out several days with an attack of the flu. Pauline Loomis will represent the eighth grade at the county spelling contest at Goldendale, May 17. Paul- ine missed but one word in the test of fifty words. We hope and expect her zo win first place in the county con- test Tuesday. Alfred Nordstrom was the only pup- i to go this far with a perfect attend- ance record. Robert Grubb caught his second bobcat the first of the week. It was caught just east of town. Robert came Mrs. V. C. Sorensen, Mr. and Mrs. after Mr. and Mrs. Blunt, who had i Lester Omeg, Mr. and Mrs. A. S. never seen a live specimen before Johnson and Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Clark. ! killing it. A fine time was had and a lovely I Mr. Smith, state fire assistant of dinner served. Olympia, accompanied by Mrs. More- ' Miss Roberta Beattie, who is a stud- head, inspected the building recently. ant in Behnke Walker college at Port- He found one very bad fire risk in the land, came home Wednesday night, shape of the flue. suffering with the mumps. I B. Nordstrom has been quite ill with Mrs. Dorothy Kish, of Goldendale, t the flu, but is out this week again. and Miss Inez Dean adn two friends Lee Hodgon, a blind broom man, of Cram The Dallas visited at the Leon Dean home Saturday night and Sun- day. A crowd of about 100 grangers met at the grange hall here Saturday. The usual fish feed was not given as the fish could not be obtained. Ira Shea gave a very interesting talk in the afternoon. Mr. A. S. Johnson was a business visitor in Lyle Friday. Portland, accompanied by a high school boy as chaffeur, was in this vicinity last week selling hand-made brooms, leather suspenders and belts. We hear he sold several articles. At a joint school meeting the first of the week, held a the clerk's office here between the directors of Liberty Bond District number 65 and Apple- l.m, District No. 35, it was the request of district 65 that they withdraw and Miss Betty Brokaw spent the week have their own school next year. end in Goldendale visiting at the ] Mrs. M. E. Warner, clerk of district home of her grandparents. ] rmmber 65 and Roy Cotrell, bus driver Mr. and Mrs. Chester Clark, of made a business trip to Goldendale Dallesport, were Lyle visitors Friday afternoon. Mrs. Lester Omeg returned home Thursday night after visiting several days in Portland at the home of Dr. and Mrs. Robect Omeg. The sad news of the "death of Miss Ella Johnson, who passed aw.y at Yaldma, was receive,1 here Sunday. Miss Johnson graduated from Lyle high school last year and the sym- pathy of her many friends here go out to the family in the.:r great l(.s. Mr. and Mrs. I3. Jones and two children of Condon, Ore., spent the weekend at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Gregory. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Johnson and Lillian aa Everett Johnson visited with their children at Binges Sunday. Mrs. Chas. Fuhrman received a letter from her husband, Mr. Fuhr* man, who is shearing sheep near Nam- n. Idaho, that they had one and one- half inches of snow there last week. everal chinook salmon have been caught in the Klickitat river the last few days. Mr. Gregory caught one and Mr. Brown caught two. The Lyle Woman's club met in the club house last Wednesday afternoon. The following officers were installed: Mrs. G. Niblock, president; Mrs. R. Chamberlain, vice-president; Mrs. Phoebe Chamberlain, secretary and Mrs. Irene McNabb, treasurer. The following committees was appointed: Program, Mrs. R. McGowan; Mrs. Kilbotrn, Mrs, R. Chamberlain; Ways and Means, Mesdames McNabb, Sot- ensen, Brshere and James;. House and purchasing, Mesdames Gregory, Curl and Par; Membership and decor- ating, Mesdames Anderton, A. S. Johnson, and Stratton; Quilt, Mes- dames H. McGowan, Buck, LestOr and Corey; Music, Miss Soper and Mrs. H. Johnson; Parlimentarian, Miss Crecilius; Press, Mrs. Sorensen; Con- dolence, Mrs. Stratton. Mrs. Otis Miller, of Goldendale, spent Friday visiting atthe Sorensen home. She accompanied her daughter Miss Ernestine Miller home after the play that night. Dr. Balsiger, of White Salmon, was called to the Barlow home Thursday afternoon to see Mr. Barlow, who has been quite sick for some time. Mrs. Lois Clark and children visited IMrs. M. Ryman and Miss Mable Ry- man in'White Salmon Sunday. The spring convention of the Mid- Columbia Federation of Woman's clubs will be held in Lyle on May 20 at 10 o'clock. o Pythons' Claws Parts of Legs Pythons' claws are really parts of fully developed legs inside the snakes' bodies. The claws are all that protrude from the skin. They can be moved, and are used as weapons.  Pythons are the largest snakes, but different types vary in length from 6 to 33 feet. They are favorites of circus "snake charm- ers." As such, they become affec- tionate, often refuse food from any- one but their owners. However, most of them are vicious. They will at+.ack a man, but cannot swal- low him uMesa he is narrow shoul- dered. i Thursday. J. H. Blunt was at Goldendale on ,business Thursday. O KLICKITAT H'TS. KLICKITAT HEIGHTS, May 12 Thee. Elarth, of Appleton, and his brother, Major Elarth, from Nebraska, who is visiting him, spent Sunday af- ternoon at the Proper home. Mr, Yohey and Mr. Russell spent Friday fishing on the Klickitat river. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Neilsen were shopping in town Tuesday. Mr, and Mrs. Proper were doing business and visiting relatives at White Salmon Wednesday. Mrs. Bill Cody and daughter Bar- bara spent Friday at the Cimmiyotti home. Mrs. Virginia Struck, of Appleton, and children visiting her aunt, Mrs. Julia McGowan on Monday. The Vintons were at Goldendale Friday. Mrs. Ova Smith is a guest this week of Mrs. Cimmiyotti. Mr. and Mrs. Gee. Bradford were happy to have their children with them on Mother's day. They were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Staack and daughter, Janet, of The Dallas and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bradford and children of Lyle. Miss Vesta Cimmiyotti is visiting this week with her friend, Margaret Snith, at White Salmon. Mr. and Mrs Current and family, of White Salmon, and Win. Paterson of Lyle spent Mother's day with Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Vinton. Mr. and Mrs. Harry McGowan cele- brated Mother's day by the coming home of their children, Mr. and Mrs. Rene McGowan of Lyle and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Doyle, of Portland. Miss Selma Myhr spent the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gus Myhr. Mr. and Mrs. Cimmiyotti enjoyed a real home gathering of their children and close friends of the family at their home on Mother's day. Those attend- ing were: Mr. and Mrs. Ova Smith, Miss Margaret and Buckley of White Salmon; Mr. and Mrs. Roland Garr and baby of Vancouver, Mrs. Rebecca Irvin and Ronnie, of Camas, Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Smith and three son of B. Z. Corners, Gene and Kay Kuhn- hausen, of Husum, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Crapper and Bob and Elmer, of Hood River, Mrs. Delia Cunning and baby, of Hood River, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Crapper, of Hood River, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Cimmiyotti, Vern, Robert, Vesta, Buster and Maryal. They re- gretted the absence of Mrs. Karl Kuhnhausen and four-day old baby girl and three sons-in-law of members of attending families to complete the family circle. o Europe t, a Little Place England i smaller than North Carolina; France is smaller than Texas; Italy is smaller than New Mexico. It would ake three Den- maks to make one Wisconsin. All of which explains why Americans see so much of Europe on one trip. KLICKITAT, May 12--The Klick- itat P.T.A. held its regular May meeting at the club room Monday evening, where it wound up this year's activties. The new officers for the en- suing year were elected as follows: President, Mrs. Roy Southmayd, first vice-president, Mrs. Hubert Magee, second vice-president, Mrs. John Mon- roe and secretary-treasurer, Miss Jen- nie Fields. Due to the fact that the election of officers had "been postponed from the April meeting, until now, the installation of the new officers also took place at the May meeting. Com- mittees for the Senior banquet were Jd anuointed. The banquet, which is an annual affair will be held on the evening of May 24. The Klickitat Women's club held its regular May meeting in the club room Wednesday. As this was guest day, a one o'clock pot luck luncheon preced- ed the meeting, during which a Moth- er's day gift was presented on behalf of the members of the Kliciktat Wo- men's club to their adopted club mother, Mrs. W. Hogg, who is the oldest and mast beloved member of +h club. Grouu singing also was in- dulged in at the luncheon. After the business meeting, the members, and guests adjourned upstairs to the gym where a unique program was put on. There theg uests found a replica of a bus with driver, hostess, conductor and guide, and they were conducted on a sight seeing tour, presumably, from Portland to Klickitat. Many highl: amusv---cidents occurred and some of the passengers won a great deal of amused attention. Mrs. G. F. Neils, the originator, and one in charge of the unique program, is to be highly congratulated on the giving of something very different, in- teresting, instructive and amusing. Mr. and Mrs. John Monroe and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Greenfield and children motored to Portland Saturday eve- ning. Mr. and Mrs. Les Stearns and Gor- don Stearns of Portland visited over the weekend with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Al Stearns. Ge6re Bergstressor of the Marine Coast Guard of Bremerton had the misfortune to fall out of his hammock one night in his sleep and broke his nose. Loretta Havener who is training in the Emanuel hospital in Portland was home for over the weekend. Mrs. Ruth Duncan of Kelso spent a few days this week visiting at the home of her sister, Mrs. Joe Raboin. Mr. and Mrs. Bob McEwen, Mr. and Mrs. Dee Hubbard, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Studley and Mr. and Mrs. Nels Lindy went up to Northwestern lake for over Sunday. Miss Juanita Hallyburton, who is attending school at Portland was a weekend visitor at the hSme of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Hallybur- ton over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Greenfield were visitors in Goldendale Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Lyle Tobin spent a few days in Portland this past vceekend visiting with her sisters. John Dinger and wife and mother, Mrs. Adam Dinger, drove down to Portland Saturday where Mrs. Adam Dinger is taking treatments for sinus trouble. Mrs. John Dinger spent the day visiting at the home of her par- ents. The fifth, sixth, seventh and eighth grade of the Kliekitat school went to White Salmon Friday where they at- time and enjoyed joining with the other schools in games and a general get-together. Mrs. Norman Elsner was a charm- ing hostess to a number of her friends Thursday evening, entertaining with four tables at play in pinochle. Win- nets of the prizes were Mrs. Ray Landgraf, first and Mrs. R. P. Jeff- rey, consolation. Delicious refresh- mens were served by the hostess, as- sisted by her aunt, Mrs. Solun. The annual fish feed sponsored by the Chamber of Commerce and the Fish and Game club, was held in the gym Saturday evening, with ninety- seven guests present. A large num- ber vcere from Goldendale, White Sal- man, Lyle and Glenwood. The Wauna club, an organization of young women, served the refreshments which were in charge of their finance committee, Miss Madeline Southmayd, chairman. "As the dinner was a regular banquet which was very good and efficiently served, the committee is to be highly congratulated. Mr. John McEwen and Mr. Z. O. Brooks, both of Goldendale, were the speakers of the evening, as was also a gentleman from Bonne- ville who spoke on the question of whether the dam was affecting the salmon run up the river. All three i gentlemen proved able and interest. ing talkers. R. P. Jeffrey, president ol the Chamber of Commerce was the Imaster of ceremonies. Mesdames Magee, Landgraf, Loes- chen and Roy Greenfield and Mr. Roy Greenfield drove to White Salmon Saturday where the ladies attended the annual spring Convention of the Girl Scout leaders, association which 4,.was held in the Woman's club house there..A 12:30 luncheon preceded the mee;ing. - Mrs. Solun, of Portland, visited at the home of her neice, Mrs. Norman Elsner last week. Don Haunter, of Austin, Minne- sota is visiting at the home of his uncle, Hyen Loescen, this summer. Mr. and Mrs. Bruce and son Bobby came-down from Camp Seven Sunday to attend the ball game between Van- couver and the 20-30 club of Klicki- tat. The baseball game between Vancou- ver and the 20-30 club of Klickitat, was a very interesting game, ending in a score of 4 to 3 in favor of the Klickitat team. The" 20-30 club scored two runs in the second inning and it was not until the seventh inning that Vancouver made any runs, getting two then and another in the eighth. The Klickitatera then came back with some excellent playing in the ninth, and won the necessary runs to win the game. It would have been a much more comfortable and erjoyablegame for the spectators if the wind had not blown with such force and continu- ance, blowing dust in their faces and eyes. Everyone present went home with dirty faces. But it won't be like that all summer so it is hoped the fans will not be discouraged, but will turn out in larger numbers at the next game. The 20-30 club has worked hard to make a regular basebalj diamond with grandstand and other improve- ments, and the least everyone can do is to give them support. Word was received by the proud grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. W. Milsap this week, that a son had been born' to their son, Roy and wife, at Willow Ranch, California. Mrs. Roy Milsap was the former Mary Engstrom of Klickitat. Don Mitchell and wife recently moved into the former Sabot home which had been occupied by Mr. and Mrs. TurnbuU and family and Mr. and Mrs. Turnbull moved into the house on first street, vacated by Mr. and Mrs. Don Mitchell. Mr. and Mrs. McKenzie (nee Juan- its Milsap) and family are visiting at GEORGE THEATRE Binges, Washington At Last The Grandest Picture Since "The Covered Wagon'00 Don't Miss FRANK LLOYD'S EPIC OF THE WEST Wells Fargo WITH Bob Burns, Joel McCrea, Francis Dee and a won- derful Supporting Cast FOUR DAYS Sun., Mort., Tues., Wed. May 15-16-17-18 Continuous Show Sunday from 3 O'clock Come Early Popular Prices WILLARD NEWS WILLARD, May 13 Dick Litch- field visited friends at Willard on Thursday and Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Alber purchased a new refrigerator last week. Frank Richards and tamily were among those present at the Junior i,Prom in Stevenson. The meeting of the Willard Wom- en's club was an interesting affair on Wednesday, May 4th. The regu- lar meeting over new officers were elected for the coming year. Mrs. Wray O'Neal, president; Mrs. John Young, First Vice-President; Mrs. Howard Scranton, Second Vice- President; Mrs. A. P. Young, Secre- tary; Mrs. Roy Paterson, Trustee. Mrs. Scranton and Mrs. Paterson were hostesses. The Frank Morby family, of Chen- owith, have been ill with the mumps. :Friday 'night, May 6 the club- women gave a card party. Five hun- dred and pinochle were enjoyed by quite a few local people. The 'Kitty Ball" game Sunday be- tween Willard and Bingen went to Willard with the score 23 to 7. The Willard team surprised spectators and themselves. Lack of practice led most of the on-lookers to believe it would be an easy Bingen victory, but it turned out the other way. t Mrs. Chas. O'Neal was hostess to "the Hood River hospital Thursday. Her many friends wish her a quick recovery. Mr. and Mrs. L. V. Davis and fata- lily and Elmer Moore spent Sunday in iPortland. Mr. and Mrs. Powers were "Stevenson visitors Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Paterson enter- tained a group of friends from Wood- burn over the weekend. Mrs. Willard has been quite ill for some time. She is improving and hopes to be able to take care of her home SOOn. Mrs. Jack O'Leary spent several days ia Portland last week. George Reif left Saturday for Cali- fornia. He has been visiting his cou- sins, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Richards. the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. Milsap. Jess Hall and family were White Salmon visitors Saturday. Oren Story, of Goldendale, visited a few hours Sunday at the home of his neice, Mrs. Hubert Greenfield. Mr, and Mrs. Henry Hecox, of Port- land, are visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Berry. Mrs. Hecox was the former Rachel Ward, who lived at the Berry home and attended school here, and has a number of friends here who are glad to visit with her again. LOCKE HILL NEWS C " LO KE HILL, May 12 A picnic party at Govcvn,nent Springs last :unday was composed of the follow- ing people: Lawrence anti Alice Beau- dry, Clarence and Florence Party, James Needham, Harold Parry, Ed- ith Needham, Connie Davenport, Mildred Needham, Jim Petersen and Clyde Havens. The day was fine for he outing and several other groups had also chosen this popular beauty spot for their pleasure. Mr. and Mrs. M. l-r. Dopp(maier, of Portland were Sunday luncheon guests of Mr. and Mrs. Guy Needham. Larry Goodin, of Minneapolis, who spent the winter in Locke Hill and Mountain Brvok, left last week for San Francisco to visit his brother, A1 Goodin of that p}ace. A1 previously worked at the Mac Billette mill when i was located at Mountain Brook. later leaving for San Francisco nd was married to a girl in that city, since making it his home. Guy Needham and wife were re- cent visitors to Goldendale on busi- ness. While there they found their neighbor, Gordon Baker, busy "at his duties in the office of the Soil 'onservation Bureau. A gentleman of leisurely tastes has been traveling the country on foot the last few days. His mode of life is simple: a bit of food here and there from those he contacts is pre- pared by the wayside and although he is but of middle age he feels he is too old to keep up with the strug- :gle of the modern ways of man and thus solves the economic problem in his own way. Previously a sheepherd- er and apparently-a man of some ed- tcation, he has had time for medita- tion. A brave man who has in full adopted the something-for-nothing code of the time. o Trespassing Signs for sale at The Mt. Adams Sun office. ii I I I STOP LOOK AND LISTEN . . . of ,curse you do that when you come to a railxoad crossing to prevent accidents It is just as importantto stop, look and listen when you buy groceries too . .. for you may get better price and quality. Stope at our store and look. 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