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Page 4 - Mt. Adams Sun THURSDAY, SEPT. 17, 1964 Published every Thur!ay Morning at Bingen, Washinffion- Enlered as 2nd class matter at the posloffice in Bingen, Wshington. under the act of March 3, 1897. Editors and Publishers Leon W. Berry. Bingen m Bernard Pollard. White Salmon vbscption $3.00 yr. (Klickitat & Skamania) -- $3.50 Elsewhere TROUT LAKE NEWS from the Navy and his mother, Mrs. McMurray of McMinne- ville were visitors at the Lloyd (Alice Schmid) Becks home last week from Mr. and Mrs. Keith Silen and Monday to Thursday. babies have been in the John Schmid apartment the past Friday fourteen 4-H sewing week returning to their home in girls were in Goldendale for the Washougal Sunday. Keith was sewing judging and the dress up to help his uncle Leon revue held in the Grange Hall. Schmid put in his hay. Cold Mrs. R. C. Lewis, Mrs. Robert weather and small showers for McNeel and Mrs. Roger Stamy long periods have made the hay drove their cars. Other mothers crop in the valley very poor who went were Mrs. Leonard and small Schmid a 4-H leader, Mrs. Har- meeting held at the home of Mrs. J. C. Phillips in Goldendale last Tuesday. Mrs. Phillips is District President. All enjoyed the lovely lunch. Mrs. Lloyd Becks and Mrs. Eava Schmid were in Golden- day working at the Fair from Thursday to Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Schmid was home for Sat- urday, then her son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Schmid attended the fair with her on Sunday. There Millie Schmid home of her sister, Mr. and Mrs. i grand this year but a lot of Delbert Schmid. I them have been hit by frost so Mr. and Mrs. John Schmid, !you really have to hunt for i Mrs. C. F. Coate and Mrs. K. C. them. Fun though. Langfield attended the potluck t Mr. and Mrs. Luther Olson b dirmer and OES meeting Thurs-i returned home last weekend day evening. Ron McMu, l'lias' brother and family of Seattle came Satur- day for a visit wifla his brother and family. Cathy Jennings is still in the hospital in Vancouver and still having touble with her knee. If tom their vacation tn Calif. t Mrs. Alice Krebs of Porthnd v, isited Mr. and Mrs. Gary Mit- chell Sunday. Mrs. Krebs is Sherry's aunt. Pvt. Cecil Clubb Jr. left last Thursday for Ft. Lewis where he will be stationed for a while. Visitors at the Rip Grahams last week were Mr. and Mrs. i Doc Elwood of Portland. On i Saturday evening Mr. and Mrs. ,Graham were dinner guests of met several of her relatives and Mrs. Mary Stewart has heard so enjoyed a visit with them from her son Stanley and he is also. now stationed at Sui Nhon, Mr. and Mrs. K. P. Cecil, Viet Nam and is with an advis- former Supervisor of the Gif- cry team. ed a party at the Jim Dennises Two ,sons of Lilivoa B]t, in Vancouver Saturday night Roy and J-n and h,is family, ad brought her grandmother, came from Portland to spend Mrs. Litha Hale from Battle the weekend with her. ford Pinchot Forest when it Sheila Madison left Monday the Lloyd Fullers. was the Columbia Forest, spent to attend the Univ. of Portland. i Mrs. Becky Mersereau was last Friday in the berry fields Sylvia Jolmsoa left Tuesday in Yakima a few days visiting I and the night at the K. C. Lang-' for Seattle to attend the Univ. i relatives. field home. They visited ether'of Washington. I Guests at the Jack Fredericks f friends in the valley before re- Roxanne Burdett is home last week mere Mr. and Mrs. turning to their home in Port- from Crater Lake where she Note Nichols of Sunnyside on Wednesday; Mr. and Mrs. Allen Gound with her for a camping l trip into the huckleberry fields. Ill Those tents are good for more  things than elk hunting. i Harold Irew and Dean Dodge of T. L. went huckleber-i i rying Monday while their wives stayed at the Dodge farm and visited. The John Hiatts and the Har- old Drews both lost their dogs by cars running over them. Marian Molden has moved into the Harold Gross home. Harold has movbd his logging equipment to a show in Mon- tana. 30 SKrN 3u , FRIENDSHIP BAPTIST Bingen Affiliated with Southern Bap- tist Convention Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship 11 a.m. I IF - NEW PEP FOR YOUR MOTOR! Let us bring your motor up to peak performance. A tune-up may do the job. Or a com- plete overhaul may be indic- land. worked this summer. K. S. Langfield and Ken, neth old Jexlks and Mrs. K. K. Mr, and Mrs. John Ekstrom i  so slm ,  Kadow on Saturday. K. Schmid attended the Scout Schnfid. and son and two families of t HUqlIM ]Wq Dr. and Mrs. Howard Libbey Robt. Bauchamp of Fort Round Table meeting held at Mrs. J, T. Anrig, president of friends were at their summer t J IUt3H! lL ,  and Douglas of Yakima came Worth, Texas will speak, the Episcopal church in H. R. the local Woman's Club and weekeadhme on the Creek over the reari ........... tvucnelt down both Saturday and Sun- Sun., Sept. 20 Thursday, Sept. 3. Mrs. John Schmid, director, at- Judy iVlonkhoff brought her I, Mr. and Mrs' Herman Lentz day, _  r,. ,,,  1Even,ing service 7:30 p.m. Ronnie Seely on vacation tended the executive board ZCORIRS i I sister Miss Dorothy Elmer of San Franco were over- Portland for a visit over the lRussell Hendryx Thursday ev- IMSu-UNCE home with her last Friday from'night guests of Mr. and Mrs. B-" [weekend. Her mother took her ening.  Mrs. Negie Ball and Mrs. Orin !1 SCHOOL BUS ! /back Tuesday i Those from here who went to Berman .... and daughter flrom|i DRIVERSF$II]I'Iq | [ Mr. and Mrs. Ray Meadows, T the Fair were Alie and Jerry lrennnewmk visited the Ira in _ _ mt II I! tnee Shirley Butler of Klickitat:Black, Mrs. Lautana.Trout: Mr. Beasleys Monday. The ladiesiI NEEDED | I i /Heights, was' a visitor at !m and Mrs. Roy rlrrltn ann Jim were ssters-in-law of Mrs. I I IN [Delber Schmid home last S.r Patrick and children. Beasley. o ]! LOOP AND lIUSUM ! ' All around the farm, t dav I A "going away" party was The Dick Martins hve moved i ROUTES _i, Friday ahernoon Mr. held at the church last Friday into the Beasley rental. She is i B all around protection, colliers, mother fell and b-dh,. ., evening for Philip Coulson. On the daughter of E. G. Robbins. i227 or 493-3624 I Don't let fire, accident, storm damage hit you and your farm in the pocketbook! Ad- e'4uate insurance pays! !. We have the knowledge and , experience t o provide proper ' farm insurance. Reap Benefits from Farm Insurance Doug Holliston PHONE 49-3368 Keith McCoy WHITE SALMON sprained her ankle while her Satur6ay Mr. and Mrs. A1 Moo-I Helen Sprinkle spent her va- son and daughter-in-law were dy drove him to Kennewick. cation v.isiting her son's family' . ,2. at their schools teaching. From there he went by bus to the Art Caiverts of Kirlkand & ............ Mrs. Wall'ie Pierce took her'Anders:m, Ind. where he will son to Pullman Saturday where'continue his schooling. The he is entering Washington Moodys visited the Chet Rei- State. Her daughter Lila and bolt family while at Kennewick. Mary Marshall went with her to enjoy the trip and see the place. Mrs. Earl Kntuson and daugh- ter Lori visited Sunday with The H. R. Coulsons went to lhe football game in T. D Fri- day evening. Mr. and Mrs Oiver Hilder- her cousin at T.D. brand of Vancouver and Mr and Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Lee Mrs. Ray Fitzgerald of Washou- Barrett of Portland and Mrs. lgal were guests at the Les Wesley Laubscher stopped for Duhrkop home last week. ! a short visit with their aunt Mr. Mrs. Ella Olson is home now and Mrs John Schmid. falter spending two weeks with Mr. a,nd Mrs. Ronnie Davis relatives at lanbridge Island. and babies were here from Port- i Mr and Mrs W. D. Woosley land over the weekend visiting of Maupin called on the Bud his parents, the Harry Davises. i Aplins Sunday evening. Dinner Last Thursday, Mr. and Mrs guests were Mr. and Mrs. Lew, is Ben Smith of T. D. visited the Groce of T. 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