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PAGE EIGHT MT. ADAMS SUN, BINGEN, WASHINGTON FRIDAY, JULY 27, 1951 ESTES- I NSURANC[ 00GEHCy :ilI!iiii i i!i;iii iiili Guests on Burdoin Mr. and.Mrs. Norris H. Hilton Mrs. Jane Mehaffey and daughter, Pat, from Grovana, California, were the guests of the R. J. Bates on Bur- doin Heights the first of the week. Mrs. Hilton is the sister of Jess Bates. Dinner Guests Mr. ahd Mrs. eve Smith" were din- ner guests at the W. L. Stophel home Monday night After dinner they drove to Lyle to visit the Smith&apos;s daughter and son-in-law. Guests from Portland Recent week end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Orvil Knutson and Adalou in Bingen were Mr. and Mrs. Dick 'l'ylor from Po,:tland. Mrs. Taylor ,-tnd Mrs. Knutson are cousins. Visit Andrews Mr. ad Mr< O:vtl Knutson and daughter, Adalou Clare, were week end gue,;is of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Andrews and Dana at their beauti- f,l home near Sherwood. Oregon on July 14 and 15. Reno-vated Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Seaton arrived Not Back to Korea Surprise word that her son, First Lt. Charles Olson, was in White Sal- mon, brought his smiling mother, Mrs. Wenzel Olson, hustling home- ward Tuesday afternoon. Lt. Olson, after waiting for re- assignment at Fort Lawton for ten days, received the pleasant news that he will not be returned to Korea but will be stationed at Ala- meda Supply Depot, near San Fran- cisco, the former home of his wife. While we're on the subject, friends of Wenzel Olson will be pleased to hear that he is making good progress at the Hood River ;ospital, and is now getting around in a 'qe,,lchair and walker. Dawn to Dark Neighbors do not object to dawn- to-dark hammering going on at the former Herdina home on Jewett Avenue, W. S. Recently purchased by Landon Willis, the house is un. dergoing renovation by Mr, and Mrs. Nor,man Roher, Longview. Mr. R0- her is a son-in-law of the new own- ers, and is using his vacation to good effect. Return Home home Wednesday from Portola, Cal- Mr and Mrs. L. C. Morse left last iforma and Reno, M;s. Anna Schen-iTuesday morning for their home field, Portola, L G.'s sister,, came fin Cha{fee, No,h Dakota, a.fter, home with them to enjoy a visit, i spending a week at the home of their son, Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Morse and For convenient travel-Go Greyhound. Frequent, well. timed departures save you time. Low Greyhound fares save you money. Buses Leave Bingen: For Portland, California and way points daily at 10:35 a.m., 4:15 p.m., 8:55 p.m. and 3:20 a.m. For Yakima, Spokane and way points with convenient serv. ice for all the East, via the Northern Route, daily at 10:45 a.m., 3 p.m., 8:15 p.m: and 3:20 a.m. Buse Leave Portland for Bin. gen daily at 8:00 a.m., 12:30 p.m., 5:30 p.m. and 12:59 a.m. All departures Pacific Standard Time. Inquire for convenient bus schedules to other points Greyhound Bus Depot MT. ADAMS INN Ph. 4252. Bingen ,Agt. F. W. Sweeney family in Bingen. t i Picnic for Birds I Forty-five birdmen, their families and friends, winged Sunday to Mu- line, Oregon for flyer Ralph Kapp- ler's second annual pot-luck picnic, Mr and Mrs. Lawrence Beaudry and daughter Jerielle report that the early bird cidn't get the worm. There was plenty of food for every- body. Chet Bolter, son Tommy, and the Robert Grays also dropped in to enjoy the sky picnic. The Limit If "Rudy" Anderson had inown where Bill Moriarty and Preston Sheppard were going, he wouldn't have gotten up so early But when the trio returned late Sunday after. noon%each had his limit. Dinner at Guler Dr. Paul Bliss, Vancouver and Mrs. Eleanor McBee, Portland were chic- ken-dinner guests of the R. T. An- dersons at the Guler Hotel Saturday evening. Sunday evening, the Ander- sons served supper on their spacious new patio. Olympia Secretary Mrs. Emily Ryum, Olympia sec- retary of Representative Al Henry during the legislative session, stop- ped by for two days. Consultant Psychologist Miss Euniee (Judy) Seaton, sum- mer sess!oning at.the University of San Francisco, and Mrs..and Mr. John Mongen, consultant-psycholo. gist at the U. of O. summer school, , " ,L,'. Keep your savings up to date l N B of C Coin Calendar Bank changes days and months as you insert coins. Only $1.25 (complete with key). Just a coin a day makes saving pay! Brought to you as an N BofC service White Salmon Branch -- White Salmon, Wash. II I I RODEO QUEEN CANDIDATE ji!j!!j Karen Hendryx ...... 1653 will arrive in White Salmon August 11 for a brie.f respite before school opens in the bay metropolis. GLENW00D. NEWS (Claude Eaton, Correspondent) Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Downing and d,aughter of Sacramento, Cal., are visiting friends and relatives in Glenwood .and hi mother, who s very ill in the Goldendale hospital. Vance Guthrie injured his eye Monday while changing a tire and had to have medical aid. Leonard Heyden is back from his vacation and on the job again .at the fish hatchery Bill Shales, the county game pro- teeter, has been planting small trout in the local streams from the hatchery in Goldendale. Ralph Thomas was in Goldendale Mond,ay for same derrtal work. Jack Schultz is home from the hospital and is slowly improv:ing from his burns, but had to return again to the hospital Friday. Merle Akerilt was a business v'isi- lor in GoldendaLe Monday Mulling it Over  Tye Bolt has been on the sick 1,ist. : Sam Robb has moved his family from Oregon and is now living in Mr. and Mrs. Emile Straiten are lane of the new houses at the fish mulling this over, whether Emile[hatchery site. will attend a meeting of Farmers[ Roberta Bothwell has been visit. Insurance company agents in Enum- ['ing her father, Robert Parrott. claw Saturday while Marguerite i Ida Odle visited in Seattle over visits the Richard Balsigers in Yak-,'the week end. ima, or whether to forget the whole Mrs. George Wilson visited her thing. If they decide to go, they husband over the week end. will leave tonight. Judge J. E. Stone of Kelso will be the speaker August 11 for the Camas Beach Fun Valley Pioneers summer meeting. Mrs, Robert Yea and Mrs. T.K. Glenwood was the winner of the Sprague, W. S., will leave for Ocean baseball game played in Goldendale Bark August L to give the children. Sunday, 12 to 7. some beach fun. "Vacation" isn't Bill and Marjorie Eaton moved exactly the right word, from the lto the Freddie Steinbach Jr. place mothers' viewpoint, but they expect' Sunday. to stay five or six days. t The Shell Service Station has op, -- [ened t.he lunch room again and the Lucky People Iood is good. Lucky dinenr guests at Mrs. Avis The McGrath boys left Monday Jacobs (nee Morton) Columbia Riv- 1or their Idaho home after visiting er cottage, just below' the Columbia their sister and friends for 2 weeks. Gorge, last Sunday were the fol-  30 sw ao lowing W. S .families: :the J{m Whitings, Earl Deans, George B. STILL TIME TO FILE Thomas'es, Bill Moriartys, Phillip FOR POSTOFFICE JOB Penneys, and Dean Willeys. Summer employment can't last for Unlucky People ever. When winter'comes it may be Confronting a truck coming up]nice to have a job in .a dry, warm the narrow Underwood Grade Tues- postoffice. day evening, Mr. and Mrs. At Max- Lack of ,applications for substi- ley pulled their pickup off on a road tute clerk at the Wh:ite Salmon sideshelf to let the approaching postofffice has caused them 'to be truck ,pass. . extended indefinitely. Unseen behind them was a Mc- William C. Manly, Jr., C. S. sec- Cor, mek Lumber company truck retary, urges interested applicants with the same idea. Truck number to file now. An examination will be two slamed into the pickup and given n the near :future. Mrs. Moxley was temporarily knock- ed out. On Thursday she was re- ported as recovering and did not require hospital attention. The Windy CitT Proud Chicago may dislike being ,called "the windy city" but ,if it is Miss Isabella Woods and Miss Helen Murphy probably feel at home. Our own air has been a bit agitated re- cently. Miss Woods is the sister of Mrs. E. H. Wolf, W. S. and Miss Murphy is a niece. They arrived last Monday and plan to stay a week or two longer. Minneapolis, That Is Mr. arid Mrs. George Allen, the latter a sister of Mrs. Fred N. Them. as, returned Sunday to their home in Minneapolis. Next fall they will establish permanent residence in: Fort Lauderdale, Florida. "Just about as far away as she can get," says Mrs. Thomas wistfully. The Sun sees the cheerful side. Now Mrs. Them. as has a compelling motive to win- ter in Florida. -----aO Stun :tO -- WANT TO BE AN I. R. A.? UNCLE SAM WANT S MEN One way to" understand where Uncle Sam gets his money s to be an Internal Revenue Agen,t your self. Federal tax sleuths are paid well: $3825 a year to start with. Civil serv'ice announces an exam- ination for appointment to the pos- iHons of Internal Revenue Agent and Special Agent (tax fraud), in Oregon and Washington. Applications should be filed with ihe Board of U. S. Civil Service Ex. arniners. Bureau of Internal Reven- ue, Securilies Building, Seattle, ira. mcd;:te::y. Full informa.tion and application rforms may be obtained at the White Salmon postoffice. I -- :tO [IN 30 -- + l White, heatstains on furniture [ may b; moved with oil of pppr-I mint. Allow oil te stand on stain for[ 30 minutes. Wipe off. (Mrs. Allis[ Pollard) [ We pay cash or c7ean coton rags. 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