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"  MT. ADAMS SUN, BINGEN, WASHINGTON .. :...._..&gt;:,.._,_.. .................... FRIDAY, JL7 2,"i' ..... PAGE SIX .... Old Stamping Ground Mr. and Mrs. Buster Logan and family left Tuesday morning for at least two week's vacation on Bus- ter's "old stamping ground." Al- though Mr, Logan was not stationed at Santa Cruz, he remembers it as a good liberty town. While in Califor- nia, the Logans will visit the fam- ily of Buster's old shipmate, with whom he buddied for four years, Item bootcamp to final discharge trom the Navy. Dance on the Grass Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hull and Mr. and Mrs. Tony Smith and families were weekend geusts at the Yakima ranck of Mrs. Hull's parents, the Ed La Brees. Saturday night they participated in a lawn square-dance festival at Wapato. Eight callers and good mu- sic drew crowds from all over the state. On Saturday next, they plan to attend an exhibition of dancing Revolving Oven If you haven't seen it and are r2ally curious, Norman Bargabus will be glad to show you his revolv- ] oven at Bargy's Bakery. I Bargy bakes six nights a week, from 7:45 p.m. to tbe following noon. Shelves in the oil-fired oven hold 195 loaves and revolve while bak- ing. Oregon Cars Northwestern Lake is a favorite rendczvous or Oregon residents. Last Sunday, the number of lake- bound cars bearing Beaver licenses aroused the curiosoty of even those living along the road. "There must have been something special going on." There was. Two hundred Eagles from Hood River, Bingen, Stevenson, Goldendale, and The Dalles congre- gated for their annual picnic. ,Sunkist One half of the cars at Timberline last Sunday were from California RODEO QUEEN CANDIDATE oann Saxton .............. 2273 people) .for 40 years have been so entertained. In addition to furnish- ing sleeping accomodations, good food and entertMnment, the host companies provide their passengers with good seats to the rodeo, with her son's family. The ho:o h)aded for ]ome, rins lrailing, with VIarvin hanging on re: dear life. About 7:30 p.m., in h'ont of the Gene Hayes Jr. hemal Marvin tool< a spill. One side of his face, his back and shoulder are badly skin- ned. "Miss Sally Bow" (the horse) now has a rather shaky reputation for being gentle, at least as far as young Marvin is concerned. In Our Hospitals HOOD RIVER ADMITTED."-- Clarence Babcock, Glenwood; Mrs. Bet.ty Niderost, W.S.; Mrs. Arlene Zumwalt, Bingcn; Mrs. Marybelle Graves, W. S.; Mrs. Elma Wallace, W. S. DISCHARGED:Mrs. Anita Aplin, W. S.; Mrs. Betty Niderost (transfer- red to W. S. HospRal); Mrs. Elma Wallace, W. S. BORN: August 18, a son to Mr. and Mrs. Daniel O. Breedlove; Aug- .ust 20, a son to Mr. and Mrs. Bern. hard Niderost; August 23, a son to Mr. and Mrs. Frank James Graves. WHITE SALMON Not ava'ilable when called for. 30 SUN 30 COURT BLOTT JUSTICE COURT BINGEN July 19 Andy Abrams, W. S., overload, $25. Road penally $62. (3100 pounds over legal tolerance t July .20 Bill Eberhart, Mabton, throwing glas_s from moving vehicle,. $1.0 and costs. July 23 Russell Johnson, Ferndale, grand larceny. Bound over to Superior Court. Bond set at $2,000. Richard Olmstead, Ringen, no fire tools on truck, $25 (10 suspended). Howard B. Maney, drunk on high- way, $25 bail forfeited. July 24 Donald W Gregory, truck driver for Convoy Company. Overheight load..Second violation in month. $10q and costs. Jimmie 1:1. Ranes, W. S., no valid vehicle or operator's l'icenses, $20 bail forfeited. Russell A. Wolfer, Sheridan, Oreg. Overheight truer belonging to Jack Strickfaden, Salem, Oregon. Failed to appear. Warrant issued. to operate vehicle without operator's license (teaching minor to drive) $5 July 19 Gaylen Jones, Bingen, "squ,rrel- ing", $100 ($75 suspended) Daniel Shattuek, W. S., "squirrel- ing", $100 ($25 suspended). BZ CORNERS IS NO GHOST TOWN B. Z. Corners, Oregon, isn't on the map, but it's apt to be if any more local families follow the Crews- Schmidt logging destiny to Grants Pass. There are enough local people down there already to start a little town. Some of the following people left last week. Others emigrated a year ago. Scattered from Cottage Grove to Grants Pass are the families of Joe Foster, Earl Tubbs, Bert Tubbs, Chester Gross, Norman Krall, Wil- liam Whitehall, Raymond and Don- ald Schmidt, Jay and Jim Crews, Carl Winebarger, James McLean, Vern Beagle and George Hagge. No Ghost Town Mrs. Julia Krall, our busy B. Z. cor- respondent, writes: '"Although so at Governrfieht Camp, held in con. junction with the H. R. Legion's an- nual mountain climb. Appleton Sees Car APl)leton's Booster Club saw where Its money went Wednesday even. Jug when a grou.p of White Salmon Iirernen took the disasler car up to Appleton hr a look-see. The Boos- ters have a special interest in the vehicle since they contributed a considerable sum towards its pur- chase. While the Warden's Away Donald Gasaway, state game pro- tector, returns today from a four day conference at Northbend, where he has been attending a conference school on new phases of enforce- ment, fish planting, and game bio- logy. Circus Comment Last week we reported that Jack Doherty lost the toss and took his daughter to the circus. An indirect follow-up brings this comment from Jack: '"You had to pay 90 cents to get in, 60 cents to sit down, and 60 cents to see the blood sweating rhin- ocerous." (It was a hippopotamus, Jack). Gets Out to Rane. The doctor promised, so after four weeks of confinement at home after a similar perod in the H. R. hospital Mrs. Teunis Wyers enjoyed a ride out to Wykre Ranch. She didn't get out of the car, but Mr. Wyers could- n't wait to show her the newly painted ranch buildings. Almost Too Cool While White Salmon sweltered in Sunday's heat, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Fields sought refuge by driving to Trout Creek. While Earl fished, Mrs. Fields remained in the car The air was too cool for her costume. / Didn't Say Yes or No Mrs. Ursel Baker's prowess play- ing hard ball with the neighbor's children impressed soft-ball talent scout Wallace Legler. When the lat- ter asked her to turn out for wo- men's soft ball, Mrs. Baker demur- reports Mrs. Tom Bailey. The Balleys conducted two old friends from Sun- kisl, M.. and Mrs. James Krink, Los Angeles, to the mountain resort dur- ing their long anticipated Thursday- Monday visiL On Monday .the Krinks se! out for Rainier, somewhat poih,d by !he advantage of having expert guide service during, their stay here. Other Friday-surprise guests of the Baileys were Mr. and Mrs. Roy Mills and children from San Diego. The Mills arc Mrs. Baileys uncle and aunt. A New Mill or What Secretive land transactions in the Deserted Camp Strangely deserted since last fall, an abandoned camp (tent, axe, buckets, forkie-saddle, etc.) were found last Friday in the vicinity of Thomas Lake by Harold and Ronnie tlollenbeck, Tony Guler and Ed Knoll. Conjecture is that the own- er'.q horse strayed off, and the camp- er was left afoot to walk the 6.7 miles to Cultus Creek. Lengstretcb "Nebraska has lost its sugar beets and other crops from terrific hail and rain," report Mr. and Mrs. Roy John- son who returned Thursday night from a 3 week trip visiting parents Increase insufficient number of muffin tins by placing paper cups in inverted metal jar tops set on cookie sheet. (Gertrude Pollard) ,2 I KEEP IIIIRSHIflGTOfl Roy Belaub, Wenatchee (?), frau-[many ram,tiles whose occupation dulent $20 check to White House[is logging have left the Corners for Cafe. Warrant issued. ] Iocalions where timber is more plen- BINGEN POLICE ]tiful and the work season longer, July 17 'this place is by no means a ghost tIenry P. Vermeirc, W. S., negli- gent driving, $50 and 15 days in jail ($40 and jail sentence suspend- cd). Reason, for court's lenity: hard- ship. July 18 John It. ttall, Jr., allowing minor town or dull. It is buzzing with ac- livity from early morning until late at night, and every house is oc- cupied." For your adding machine paper call at the Mt. Adams Sun office, tL vicinity of Home Valley give rise to interestsfl Mrs. Johnson at Dewitt, Iowa. On flood of Portland a rumors. say a new plywood mill is planned. I the last leg of their trip, the John. Camas indicates that a pulpmill is[ sns drove from Missoula, Montana going to be installed to supply its[ via Grand Coulee to home. By con. Whentrast, Wyoming's range looked good Crown Willamette interests. Ted Miller, former W. S. business-[t Roy's expert eye. "It was cover- man was in town Monday/ he ed with green grass and herefords". wouldn't add to the conjecuring ...... ..... ipeamng ol tirass All he knows ior certain is ma a ..... t b. ft. x.arnen is responsible for new Swedish gangsaw mill is now ]that fast growing lawn in front of under construction in Stevenson har-l.the W. S. grade school. His formula bet. for a summer growth is plenty 6f sawdust and plenty of water. Where Stock Car Races the wind swept the sawdust away, Mr..and Mrs. Warren Rowland, no grass grew. Sawdust is essential W. S., braved the sun the last two to hold the surface moisture. Sundays to attend the "hot rod" and Heat too contributed to rapid seed stock car races on Portland's Speed- germination and growth. While the way I Mrs. Rowland reports that one present lawn leans heavy to clover, of the latter rounded the 5[9 mile a fine hair showing of bluegrass is track in 29 seconds. Fourteen out  apparent. Eventually the grass will af 1, entries finished. Seven Oldsmo- crowd out the clover. It's as simple biles swept the field and came in as thatproviding fhe kids keep off first. There was plenty of excite- the grass with their bicycles. ment. One Hudson climbed over an. Oldsmobile and left the track. The Falls From Horse Olds finished the race. Matter Marvin Yarnell, young son of Mr. and Mrs "Buckey" Yarnell, George Gladdens Write Tuesday night mounted his grand- A card from the George Gladdens mother's horse while she visited says that they spent Wednesday night at Grand Canyon, and will go from there to San Diego. In Denver the couple attended three musical events three nights running: the Post Opera, a symphony concert at Red Rocks Theatre, and the Cen- tral City opera. Miss aanice Gladden was invited to be one of 40 hostesses on the Post and U.P.R.R. special Cheyenne red. By night she's e;hausted from Rodeo train. As guests of the spon-i helping to remodel the Baker home. 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