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Has Operation Friends will be sorry to hear that Mrs. Ben Andrews of Sherwood, Or- egon, underwent major surgery at Jones hospital, Hillsboro, on July 20, but will be glad to know she is recovering nicely and expects to be home before long. Last Charter Member Twelve Past Noble Grands of the W, hite Salmon Rebekah lodge were entertained by Mrs. Grace Peck at her home, Friday n'ight, July 20. The little club has 16 members, a presi- dent, secretary and although no money, a treasurer. "When we need' .a little money, we pass the hat," Mrs. Peck explains. She is ,the last charter member of the local lodge. Participating in the evening's chit- chat were Mesdames Lila Bartholo, mew, Lydia Biesanz, Edith Donnie Thomas, Hattie Logan, Ed- dith" Leaton, Blancim 3croggins, Ber- tha Haman, Lenore Yandell, Julia 'Estes and the hostess, Mrs. Grace Peck. Weed-End Guests Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Miller and their three children of Bellevue, Wn., were last week end guests of the Rev. and Mrs. Duffey at the Congre- gational Parsonage. From Vancouver Mr. and Mrs. Emrys Jones of Van- couver, Wash., were callers at the home of Rev. and Mrs. James Duf- fey last Sunday afternoon. McCULLOCH world's largest builders of power chain saws SEE A DEMONSTRATION TODAY or col? or write for full derails ROSS HINTON (Snowden) "I and my son, Bob. 16, bored half a mile of post- holes in 6 hours. The Earth Drill walked through cherry roots and hardpan solid as cement." BILL TUBBS (Laurel) "With an Earth Drill, I dug 500 postholes in two days." BUILD FENCE THE EASY WAY A HOLE A MINUTE FOR RENT--S1 an HOUR, or FOR SALE at POWELL'S SERVICE "McCULLOCH SAW DIVISION" Sales and Service Howard Koch Phone 2171 . White Salmon, Wash. MT. ADAMS SUN, BINGEN, WASHINGTON RODEO QUEEN CANDIDATE Patsy Peeler ....... 1703 No Corn Snow in July ept Cecil Jaksha and party from seeing Yellowstone Park on their return trip from Lin- coln, Nebraska. With him were Mr. and Mrs. Harold Klein, Portland, and Mrs. John Thompson, White[ Salmon. Nebraska farmers are con. vinced there will be no corn crop due to excessive summer rain. See Old Faithful Mrs. Jim Smith loaded her child. ren into the new stationwagon Thursday week and se a due-east course for Yellowstone Park. She will return about August 30. Handy for Teachers Undergoing completion is the War- ren Bargabus duplex just south from the high school. To end giving additional dtsappoin'ti:ng answers to househunters, we pass on this in,formation. Both .apartments are rented 'to teachers. Brown and Serve Ford Peterson's ordering two doz- en brown-and-serve rolls at Bargy's Bakery Saturday morning tipped us off to this item. His Northwestern Lake barbecue is finished. Present for the inaugural dinner were his ] d,aughters, from Port- Miss Virginia land, ,and Mrs. Snyder and her hus- !band, Roseburg; Mrs. R. A. Peterson, his mother; and doubtless other downwind guests. Rancho Tomato Soup 3 tins 25c II II I II I IIII BROWN SUGAR lb. 10c s III I GRADE A BUTTER PURE LARD I Ill l KRISP'Y CRACKERS I HEINZ ASSORTED BABY FOOD HEINZ I CATSUP VIENNA SAUSAGE I BROKEN SLICE PINEAPPLE I I I in , Ill _ III 2 lbs. 4,9C ,,b. 25c I I 3 tins large bottle 25c 26c No. 1 tin 19c T-BONE STEAKS 0069c GROUNOBEEF CUBESTEAKS I I Ill ] I BACON THE PIECE MORRELL - PRIDE HAM HALF OR WHOLE "1 iiii 65c .,.84c .,.49c PORK SAUSAGE YOUNG ROASTING No. 2 can 25c TURKEYS 3-5 lb. aver., lb. 79c lll l I I I I | CENTRAL FOOD MARKET PHONE 2525 WE DELIVER l Ill llllll l l l li I of boys attending. There will be no cooling worries for Mrs. ,Hill and Mrs. Winnett. They too will be serv- ed in the camp's messhall. "T, his is what happens to a Scout- master's vacation," says Mr. Hill but he doesn't mind. Three hun- dred boys are more fun than the proverbial barrel of monkeys. Lack ef Publicity Lack of publicity sometimes i,m- plies that nothing is going on. Ac- :cording to Scoutmaster "Bugs" Hill, plenty is taking place. He and Mrs. Hill and Assistant Scoutmaster and Mrs. Loren Winnett will ride ,herd on 22 loca'l scouts, August 12 - 18,1 at Camp Meriweather, on ,the beach[_ -k - -:-'^--'eat e il" - - I I'ar Upex.s.s.x=,,,a, n art" l,amooK. I _ _ , " tend n   r- Individual tent- _ . J poKane s superln e .o pa.Ks, houses ann a pr]v-i . B  " -o has bee ate beach near .... I Mr. ruce recK, wn . n con- rovide- - , me couz camp.are]ventioning in Portland, stopped on p  o manors ann rammes t , a a his way home Thursday o p y brief visit .to his aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. E. M, Peck. Prince Yachting in Princess Louise Inlet :his week were Mr. and Mrs. D. M. ,tevenson. The "Black Prince" was skippered by their son, Wallace Stev- enson. On the passenger list were Mr. ,and Mrs. D. M. Stevenson, Wil- lax& owners of the boat; Mr. and Mrs. John McGu,ire (nee Eleanor Stevenson); Mrs. Jessie C. McGuire; Miss Eleanor Forbes and Mr. An- drew Delfino (the latter two are in- texior decorators from Gump's), all of San Francisco; Mr. and Mrs. Paul Lafferty and sons, Eugene; and Mrs. W.allacb Stevenson .and two oldest sons, White Salmon. Object of the cruise: "To fish and relax." In Washougal Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Morse, Luell and Loree Ann were shopping in Washougal Saturday. The Cowboy's Cho00'ce MILLER'S SHIRTS FULL FORM-FIT WESTERN STYLE (Guaranteed Snap.buttons) $4.75-$7.75 WRANGLER COWBOY JEANS (Sanforized) $3.59- $3.79 LARSEN'S SPORT SHOP TREAT YOUR WIFE AS WELL AS YOU TREAT YOUR GUESTS ESPECIALLY DURING THE RODEO Dine a! White Salmon Come in and Say Hello One of the pleasant phases of publishing is the opportunity to say hello to the paper's friends. On Wednesday, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Lehmann, Ephrata, came in for a chat. - Their son, Pvt. William Lehmann is enroute for advanced training in artillery at Fort Benning, Georgia. Until recently he was stationed n ColOrado. Mrs. Lehmann spent Tues- day wisiting her father, Mr. Fred Kennedy, at The Dalles. Engagement Announced Mr. and Mrs. Ben Andrews of .Sherwood, Oregon, have announced the engagement of their daughter, Ann, to Clyde Adams, son of Mr. and ,:Mrs, Clyde Adams Of Tualatin, Oregon. No wedding date has been set. Dona Ann graduated from Sherwood High School, May 25th as valedictorian in a class of 45 pu,pils. She plans to attend Ore. gon State College his fall. The An. drews are former Bingen residents and made many friends here while BEYRIES CAFE WHITE SALMON Ben was superintendent of the tent pole factory during the wawr. He is now superlntenflent at lVicoll Door Mfg. Co. in PortIand. Up for lractice The Ralph. Barbers, Oswego, were- n't even sent a rehearsal notice for the Gay Ninety show to be staged tonight in Portland's Veterans hos- pital. But an item in the Sun n- formed them of the Tuesday night .practice at the Servicemen's Cltb. Their surprise arrival made the turn- out unanimous. To Portland On July 6th Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Morse accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Orvil Knutson, drove to Jantzen Beach to dance to the music of Tom- my Dorsey and band. They were i joined there by Mr. and Mrs. Ben Andrews of Sherwood, Ore. They re- port a ndce time and a huge crowd. Four Score and Four score White Salmon firemen and their families held their annual :picnic at Northwestern Lake last Sunday. While the adults heaved horseshoes, plied oars and played ball, their youngsterstook full ad- vantage of free access to all the ice- cream and pop they could consume. "THE MUSICAL BELLS" Construction of a tent tabernacle is under way on the south side of the highway between Bingen and White Salmon. This temporary edi- fice will serve until a permanent building can be erected. The real estate, recently sold by the Martin Lehmanns, was purch- ased by a California conference wilh which Bethel Tabernacle is affiliat- ed. The P.everemd ad Mxs. vin Bell are pastors. According to the recent Mount Adams community Survey, this lit- tle church has the higghest pc: . centage of non-member attendance of any church in the area. Alpine Flowers Alpine flowers at Bird Creek Mea- dows will be at their peak next week. ReHab!e reports from the Forest Service say that the /bad will be "dry and safe" by August 1. A few people with army command cars have already previewed this year's splendid display. But dam- age to the road recently clear- ed of 12 foot banks of snow offsets tle accomplishment of having been the first to get through. Every ointment has its fly, an,l Bird Creek Meadows is no excep- tion. Tlm flower fields are alive with mosquitos. Don't let them run you out. Put these man-eaters on the run with "6-12". 6-12 For sale at Callihan's Drug Store White Salmon I I III I I I II Bargy's Rushing \\;\ to Serve you Right During The Rodeo