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F .i) I K l % FRIDAY MORNING, MAY 13, 1938 Brief00 News BINGEN Notes of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Nowell and son, of Stevenson, were Sunday visit- ors at the Gilbert Matthews home. Mrs. Coleman and her daughters, Mrs. Absher and Mrs. Garner, were visitors in The Dallas Saturday. Mrs. Rosenhall and daughter, Opal: spent the weekend with Mrs. ,Roy ]Howell at The Dalles, Oregon. While here they saw the May festival and the Pioneer celebration. Mrs.'Roy Howell, a former resident of Bingen, visited friends and rela- tives in Bingen on Thursday. Mr. Walker has been on. the sick list the past week, but at this writing is much improved and able to be around. Mrs. Gilbert Matthews' parents of Grandview were weekend visitors in Bingen, returning to their home Sun- day afternoon. A.L. Rosenhall was in Olympia Saturday, attending the conference called by the State Superintendent of Schools for the purpose of discussing the financial condition in which the schools of Washington find themselves. The conference was attended by rep- resentative educators from various parts of the State of Washington as well as state officials. Earl Absher's birthday was the occasion of a surprise party at the Coleman residence last week. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. C. O. John- son, A. W. Lrasen, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Rosenhall, Mr. and Mrs. Coleman, the guest of honor, Earl Absher and his wife. Read it in The Sun. George Hendryx was a business vis- itor at The Dalles Saturday. Howard Shattuck, of Portland, was a weekend visitor at the Rosenhail home last week. He reports fishing "not so good." Mrs. Fleming's daughter from Van- couver was a Mother's Day visitor in Bingen with her mother. Mrs. C. Crawford and her son, Jack, were visitors in Olympia this week with her sons and daughters who live there. Dale Crawford is in Olympia attending high school and Helen is employed in the State Highway De- partment offices. Mrs. McLanahan left Bingen Tues- day night for an extended eastern trip. She will visit in Lincoln, Ne- braska and Chicago, then on to New York and Boston, spending the hot weather on the coast of Maine. She will be away all summer returning via the southern route through Arkansas and California. Mr. and Mrs. R. K. Miss Verna Townsend, Miss Pauline Fuhrman and G. F. Sweeney, all teachers from Mosier, Oregon, and Lester Russel, of Vernonia, Oregon, were guests in Bingen Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Brace. Mr. and Mrs. Bob McEwen and two children of Klickitat, spent Sun- day at the Ward McEwen home. Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Lincoln enter- tained with a house party at their hunting lodge near Klickitat over the weekend. The guests included, Mr. and Mrs. Kurg Halbert, Mr. and Mrs. Homer Wyatt of, l'orLand, and Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Flock of Bingen. Mrs. Staeey Reeves accompanied Mrs. Eva Flock to Portland last Fri- day. Gee. HutteD, state insurance man, [was here on business the forepart of the week. His headquarters are at Vancouver. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Haskell, of Van- couver, were in Bingen this week for a few days. Mr. Haskell represents the medical hospital association. Clarence Johnson and Amos Larsen had a lucky day fishing on the Klick- itat river Sunday. They enjoyed a chicken dinner at the home of Clar- ence's parents at High Prairie. Prof. Anderton, of Lyle, was in Bin- gen Monday evening on business. He repdrts they are incorporating the town of Lyle, and were getting some data on the revenues of Bingen. Mr. and Mrs. Goff, of Vancouver, were here Sunday to visit their daugh- ters, Mrs. Bud Hoisington, Beulah Jones and Mrs. Merle Young and grandchildren Marion and Sonny Car- rol. Miss Bercia Wolford, who has been spending the past week with Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Ramage, returned to her home in Portland Sunday. Virgil Snell and Bill Harris were here from Portland this week to visit Staeey Reeves, Jr., and see the In- dian relics which the Reeves have tak- en from the ground on their property in Bingen. Mr. and Mr.s Pete Byrkett and Miss Magie Whittaker motored to Glenwood Sunday to visit and gather mushrooms. Judge Neal, of l;nder,vood, was a genial visitor in Bingen Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. James Eriviq are spending a week with relatives in The Dalles and Bend, Ore. during the shut down of the Logers. Miss Anna Henderson is making her Patterson will occupy her home for few months. a home with Mr. and Mrs. John Dickey since Mrs. McClanhan left for the east. Miss Gladys Leibbrand, secretary to the Dean of Science at Corvallis, Oregon, and Mr. Wayne Vailee, of Portland, were here Sunday to visit l{r. and Mrs. Chas. Flock. Miss Leib- brand is Mrs. Flock's sister. Mr. and Mrs. Welded Molder moved to Portlknd Tuesday. They have been living in Bingen the past year. Mr. and Mrs. Gus Famelos were :guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Beal at the Northwestern lake. Mrs. Donna Newby. returneed from her trip east Thursday. She Went in to Portland to bring her mother, Mrs. Jensvold home with her to spend the summer. Commissioners Proceedings (From page 8) the actual ex@ene of so moving such Ipeline. That said Town. by acoeptence of said franchise *herein granted, hall end does ther6by agree to all of the terms set forth in this re.splution granting such franchise. S. F. WNUK. Chairman. J. W. DRDSSEL, A. M. MATSEN. Board of County Commissionem, Kliekitat County, Weshi,ngton. (Seal) Attest: GDO M. BAKER, County hudStor-lerk. COMMISSIONER'S ORDElq It appearing to the Board of County Commissioners of Klickitat County St,te of Washington, that the Division of Forestry of tbhe State lot Weshin*ton have thio ,date filed w th the Boaud, e.n applies,tieD for tele- phone franchise for thd construction maintenance and operation of a tele- phone line oonnecting their lookout stations, such lines to ,be built along the county roads designated in said applition. IT IS "IIEB,ORE ORDERED that a public has,ring be held on said al)plication in the offices of the Board at the Courhoase in Goldendale, Washington on the 2rid day of June, 1938. at the .hour of 10:00 A. M. atl which time any e,nd all persons will ,be heard! for or ag$.inst he granting of snob franchise. Dated this 7th day of May, 1938. S. F. WRNUK, J. W. DIDSSE, A. M. MATEN. Board of County Commissioners, Kltckitat Coun, ty, Washington. (,Seal) Attest: CrEO. M. BAKER, - Clerk of tJhe Board. APPLICATION FOR TET,EPHONE FRANCHISE TO thee HonoralMe Bord of Councy Commissioners of Kliekiba.t County, State of VCs.klngton: We. the undersigned, Division of Forestry of the Steele of Washington, by John Bruckart, Stace Fire Ward- en, our representative, hereby make alplication to your honorable Board for a Franchise to build, construct, ectuig, maintain and operate a ale- phone Line or System, elong fine County roads or Highwa,ys which are bereinufter dscrhbed, for a period of fl, fty (50) years, which public high- ways or reade are situated in Klick- itat County, State of Washington, and ere not within the limRs of any incorporatect city or own, which highways or road are more parti- cularly described as follows, to-wit: Beginning t the Southeast corner of Section 13. Twp. 5 North, Range 11 East, and following in a Nrth- westerly direction along the North side of the recently constructed Dia- mond Gp L. O. Road. a dietance od approxinately ] mile. Thence aloxtg the South side of Permanent.High- way No. 12, known as the Mt. Adams Highway' in a Northeasterly direc- 'tlon Vhrouh Section 13, TwO. 5 North, Range 11 East, and continu- ing in a Northeasterly direction' Chrough sections 18, 7, 8, 9, 4, 3, Twp. 4 North, Range 12 E,]st, and continuing in a Northeasterly Direc- ion through sections 34, 35, TWp. 6 North, Pnge 12 East, to the iter- section of the Glenwoo&Llberty Bond Road in he SE of Section 35, Twp. 6 North, lnge 12 East. Dated May 4, 1938. " Divislon of Forestry of the State of WaShington. By John Bruckavt, tte Fire Ward an. Filed May 7, 1938. G]0. M. BAKER, County Clerk. The Boxd adjourned to meet My 20, 1938. MT. ADAMS SUN Miss Georgia Green of Wenatchee points with interest to these strange :Indian rock carvings, estimated by archaeologists to be from 1,000 to 5,000 years old, which were found along the Columbia River. Others from 5,000 to 10,000 years old bear a strangely close resemblance to carvings in the tomb of King Pharaoh, ancient Egyptian. This picture released through cooperatims o[ Washington State Progress Commission and Washitea Newspaper Pub- I Miss Lila Coffield was in Portland REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS [ and Vancouver over the weekend, do- I ing shopping and preparing for her Contract Klickitat county to Nor-i" trip to Alaska. man Martinsen, 4 acres in Sec. 23-3-10. [ $250. Wm. Wright, the predatory animal Treasurer's Deed--To A. P. O'Neil, trapper, is in town for a few days at the home of his sister, Mrs. stump. Lots 5, 6, and 7, Block 44, R. R. Add He reports eight coyotes this month, to Goldendale. To .Russell R. Kreps, caught near Goldendale. S/.NW Sac. 4-5-11, $210. NVsSWA of Sac. 4-5-11 and NWNE of Sec. Mrs. Eva Smith left Monday for 19-4-12, $140. To C. Speck, NSE% Los Angeles for an extended visit of Sac, 15-5-15. To Z. O. Brooks, SE- with her daughter. NEA of See. 24-4-12. Q. C. D.--Paul M. Cyphers and wife Mrs. Jim Hendryx, Sr., of Husum, to Fred Cy'phers, Tract 27, Northdalles and 4VIrs. acksn, of K&rso, Fruit and Garden Tracts. were guests at the Coffield home on W.D.M. M. Warner and wife to Monday and Tuesday. Edward Abeling and wife, W of Lot 9, Block 15, Golden's First Add to Mr. and Mrs. Emil StrolleD, of Gldendale. Camp Seven, vere in Bingen Sunday. "W. D.Clara Crowe to C.E. Mc- Bride, Sees. 29 and 8-6-2. $1000. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Clasher went to W.D.Doliy Scott to Leonard 'ortland Wednesday on a short busi- Cimmiyotti, SWNE% of Sac. 31-4-12. hess trip. Q.C.D.Edward and Kurt Sch- weighoefer to F. D. Wallace, SWSE Kenneth Dawnpor left Wednes- and SESW of Sac. 33-6-11 and Lots day for Kinzua, Oregon, to visit a 2 and 3 of Sac. 4-5-11. Deed Shirl E. Claridge and wife week with Mr. and Mrs. Fred Newby. i to Louisa M. Linden, Lots 11 and 12, Mr. wm. Woodland, of Portland, Block 9, Terminal Addition to Gld- was here Tuesday on business, endale. Q. C. D.Louisa M. Linden to Mrs. Roy Howell and Mrs. Ben Ilol- Caroline L. Madden, Lots 11 and 12, -omb, of The Dalles, were visiting Block 9. Terminal Addition. relatives and friends, in Bingen and W.D.Chet C. Geer and wife to White Salmon the latter part of last Flyod E. Geer, Lots 3 and 4, Block 16, week. Mrs. Al Rosenhail and Opal re- Columbia. turned to The DaUes with them i or W.D.F. G. Bunn and wife to S. a short visit. D. No. 94, Lots 16, 17, 18 and 19 in Block E, Fallbridge. Mr. and Mrs. John Perry spent Sun- W.D.F. G. Bunn and wife to day in Stevenson with Mrs. Perry's County of Klickitat, Lots 26, 48 and parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Clinc. 58, Block E, Fallbridge. W. D.Eva C. Norris to Chas. H. Mr. and Mrs. Bert North and son, Pridham and wife, 1 acre tract on Lyle, spent Sunday at the Anderson East Broadway, Goldendale. Mill near Trout Lake. Mr. North is Q.C.D.Mrs. Elma and Stokes doing.some work at the mill which is Kirk to Mrs. Altha Kirk, lands ni Sec. being made ready to run in a few 34-3-12 and 4 acres in Sec. 23-4-12. days. Q.C.D.Richard W. Athow and wife to 5rnest K. Foltz and wife, lands Little Donald Pew .is home again in Sec. 25-5-17, $195.60. rein The Dalles hospital, recuperat- W.D.--E. F. Naffin and wife to U. ing from a bad case of pneumonia. Zuberbuhler, 29 acres in Sac. 2-3-10. Q. C. D.Frank Hamllik and wife Mrs. Stacey Reeves was a charm- to Melford Hamllik, Lot 14, Block I, ing hostess to the Thursday Pinochle Fairview Add to Goldendale. Club at her home Thursdar after- W.D.--P. D. Presher and wife to noon, May 5th. Bouquets of lovely Lloyd A. Moore and wife, E of Lot 15 and all of Lot 16, Block 16, Gdlden'a tulips from the Moon gardens were beautiful in the living room. Purple First Add to Goldendale. O iris also was used in the decorations, lee Boxes on SMps Mrs. Ray Davis, of White Salmon, Ice boxes on ships date back to mbstituted for Mrs. Marie Absher, 1856. Shipboard refrigeration came who was out of town. Mrs. Eva Flock into use in the Campania and Lu- held the high score and received high cania. Cunarders. in 193. prize. A beautiful Mexican pottery I electric lamp. Mrs. Doris Thomas was low. Her prize was "a fiesta sal- ad fork and spoon. DELICIOUS Mrs. Eva Flock will entertain ICE the dub at the Evergreen Hotel Thursday afternoon, May nineteenth. CR .Those present werer: Mesdames Ward McEwen, S. Sherman, Edgar Dagger, Claude Thomas, Ed Suks- dorf, Henry Tiederman, RaY Davis, Win. Leathers, R. S. Hoisington, Paul Seizer, Charles Flock and the host- ess. THANK YOU We wish to express our sincere thanks and appreciation to the public for the excellent reception given the new Warneke Bakery & Fountain in White Salmon during its opening last weekend. Signed, Earl Warneke pd adv Read it in The o. Sun. Ancestor of the Chihuhus It is believed that the Techicld, a breed of dog much liked by the Toltecs of Mexico centuries ago, is one of the ancestors of the C'ai- huahua. Legend and history are rich in stories of the ancestors of the modern Chihuahua. It is be- lieved to have been a popular pet [ as well as a religious symbol among the Tolls end Aztecs. :-:y ..... "  "  PAGE NINL ii i ii Classified Advertisements WANTED Ahome in the country with room eats and clothes for sonm girl or lady. One in poor health. Route 1, Box 50 ,White Salmon. FOR RENT FOR RENT--Modern 6-room house. Kate Rankin Lane. Inquire at Col- burn Hotel, White Salmon. FOR RENT---Two rooms upstairs, 1-2 mile out with wood and lights. $10 per month. Carl Land, White Sal- mon. 3t FOR TRADE FOR TRAD---A $40 Hawthorne bi- cycle for a child's pony or will sell. It is in good condition. Mrs. Ed Kelly, Carson, Wash. FOR TRADE--72 acre ranck in the Hood River Valley--20 acres in East Fork Irrigation, Timber for wood. 6-room plastered house with basement, electricity and spring water, other buildings. Will trade Jor stock ranch in the Lyle district, six or eight miles out. C. E. Crooks, Goldendale. M27 FOR SALF--Turkey eggs and turkey poults. Good stock. See Mrs. N. C. Judd, Underwood. M20 FOR SALEGood 24-insh shakes. See George May, B. Z. Corners. 5t FOR SAL--Hotpoint percolator. 9-cup size. Practically new. Too large for family. Call 26X2. FOR SALE---Two Kohlers. Three ele- ctric motors. One a 12-inch size, also a 14-inch size with fan. Both 110 volt. See Ben Hanson, Glenwood. FOR SALEGeneral Electric refrig- erator. See Heaman Bros. FOR SALEOne sorrell horse. Good to work. Eight years old. Weighs about 1250 pounds. See W. H. Thompson, Lyle. FOR SALFx----43 acre farm, six miles from White Salmon on good gravel road, school bus and mail route by the place. Good buildings, spring water piped to house, seeded to grasses. A good dairy ranch. Some fruit. Price $2,000. Good terms. C. E. Crooks, Goldendale. M7 Beau Brummell's Nerve Beau Brummell, Britain's leader of fashion, died in 1840, but the world is still chuckling over his e- capades and colossal nerve. Asked by a beggar for a penny, he said he never heard of such a coin, "Here's a quarter." Returning rom a trip abroad a friend inquired what scenery pleased him most, and ringing for his man, he said, "Pray, tell his lordship what scen- ery we liked best." But the climax of his impudence was the meeting of the crown prince and heir to the throne, walking with a duke, and saying to the duke, "Who your fat friend?" at a time when the heir to the throne, his former chum and pal, was aagry with him. ..----t). Former Home of Poet Tennyson Farringford was the former Isle of, Wight home of Alfred Lord Ten- nyson. The poet moved there in 1153 and made it his home for many years. Tennyson had little of the privacy he sought there. The poet once apologized to a departin visitor for not accompanying him beyond a little posterh that opened into a lane, because the last time he had gone beyond it he had been "pursued in full cry along the road by two fat women and sixteen chil- dren." 1 A favorite celicacy is in store for you at Warn- eke's Bakery and Foun- tain.., me cream... soft ice cream that is a delectable food when eaten with our pies, ,.ookies and cakes. These different foods are so attractive that you'll be delighted to eat them. and probably ask for more.  Try some .... WARNEKE'S BAKERY and FOUNTAIN White Salmon, Washington FOR SALE-Range boiler, luilt owr. 750-watt hot water heater and thermostat,. Cheap. See O. R. Kreps, White Salmon. FOR SALE--20 acres on state high- way in Klickitat county near Colmn- bin river, 12 acres bottom land. ,Peach orchard and garden ground. Spring water piped to buildings and for irrigation. Electric lights. House and service station, barn, chicken Douse all ready to go. Party need- ireg money and will go at a ba-gain. C. E. Crooks, Goldendale, Washing- ton. / FOR SALE--5-room house and lot. Priced reasonable for quick s:de. Write Box 212, White Sahnon. M27 FOR SALE---Small, modern new home. Terms. Phone 65X. FOR SALE -- Travelsome trailer house. Can be seen at Jay Mar mill. FOR SALEMiik Goats. $5 each. Phone 833, Edward Sisson. FOR SALE---Kate Rankin park in White Salmon. Call at the Colburn hotel for information on same. FOR SALE--32 head of Angoa goats. Phone 94X for particulars. FOR SALE--$2100---$500 down Ap- pleton Place, Carson, Washington on good roads, near school and stores. Fifteen acres, half cleared, balance small timber. Clean small house, barn, chicken .building. Fruit, lights, and water. Might trade for clear Los Angeles or Santa Monica. and some cash. Owner R. Root, 420 South Berendo: Los Angeles. FOR SALEHorses. Gentle eam of 3000 pounds. Good pullers. Several saddle horses. Will take up to 500 cedar posts in trade. Write Camp- bell Brown, Cliffs, Washington. 3t I IIL JI { II BUSINESS 91RECTOIW I I I I J I II I PIERRE WELDING * SERVICE Braing, Electric Welding Blacksmithing Latest Type Equipment "A Complete Welding Shop on Wheels" Reasonable Prices Paul 1. Pierre Phone 1253 Bingen, Washington I GARDNER'S SERVICE Funeral Directors MORTICIANS AMBULANCE SERVICE Home Chapel " Lady Embalmer Phone 392 White Salmon I I II I MAILLIE'S BARBER SHOP FINE TONSORIAL WORK Opposite New Gorge Theatre Bingen DR.  K. GOODE DENTIST Suksdorf Building Phone 1043 Bingen 12 I I / I Barber & Canfield Attorneys At Law Odd Fallows Building W. Salmon Phone 1212 I H. 0. BRADLEY ATTORNEY AT LAW White Salmon, Washington HAIRCUTTING Of First Rate Order Thonm Barber Shop Bingen, Washington R. J. BATES GENERAL INSURANCE Real Estate Timber Broker, Notary Public Frult Dairy & Cut Over Lands Correspondence Solicited J I III