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J FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1938 Brief News Notes of BINGEN The Evergreen Post No. 3098 of Foreign Wars and its Auxiliary held an interesting meeting in the gym. here Tuesday night. After the meet- ing they all adjourned to the new home of Mr. and Mrs. Gus Falelos where a housewarming was held. Super was served by the Auxiliary and a very enjoyable time was had. H. H. Lemm, who lives in Tacoma was here last week to visit Mr. and Mrs. Fred Rake. Louis Benson who is attending the P, enkhe Walker business college in P,rtland is here this week at the Coffield home Mrs. Benscn will go to Portland after the apple season where they will live this winter. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Stiver, of Port- land were guests of Mr. and iIr,z. Win. Spears Satm'da- and Sunday. Mr. Charles Pearson of Trout Lake was here Tuesday to visit his neice Mrs. Mary Keys. Hank Griffin's new house in the east end is nearing completion, and they will move in the first of the week. Mrs. Perce, 'ho has been visiting her son Robert Pierce and family left last week for her home in Mary- sville, Calif Mrs. Pierce has been here most of the summer. Mr. E. F. Barr, of Caldwell, Idaho, is here to visit his daughter, Mrs. Ilene Watson. Mrs. Jess Coffield, Mrs. Glen Parks and Louis Benson were shop- ping in The Dalles Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Pancoast were here from Portland to spend the weekend with Mrs. Pancoast's par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Race. Mrs. Robert Pierce left Tuesday for The Dalles for a month's stay. and Mrs. Oscar Brannin of White Salmon will leave today for a hunt- ing trip into eastern Washington, near Pomeroy. Mrs. Earl Closner was clerk in IGA store during Mr. Johnson's ab- sence in Portland. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Campbell, of Beaverton, Oregon, were guests of Mrs. Chas. Flock over the weekend. Mr. Weist, of Hood River will run the Shell Oil truck while Mr. Davis is away on his hunting trip. Mrs. Harvey Barnes is spending a week visiting relatives and friends in Goldendale. Harved Skelton of the Minnesota Woolen Mils will return to Bingen in a few days with headquarters at the Evergreen Hotel. Mrs. M. E. Hildenstab and Mrs. Blanche Mason are here on a visit with relatives from De Lake, Ore. The ladies drove up by auto and The new Wysaska home is nearing completion and is receiving the first coat of paint this week. Mr. Wysas-- ka and Walter are doing the work. Clarence Johnson owner of the IGA store accompanied with Mrs. Johnson and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Jaeger on a business trip to Port- land to an IGA banquet. Mrs. Jim Dally and Joanne were up from Washougal Wednesday to call on friends and relatives. Mrs. George Wedekind and Mrs. David Baird of The Dalles, sisters of Mrs. Jim Irwin were visiting at the Irwin home Sunday. Mrs. Bud Hoisington went to Portland Monday on a business trip returning Tuesday. F. P. Setzer motored to North Boneville Sunday to see the fish laders in operation. He was dissa- ppointed as the salmon 'were being routed up the Oregon side that day. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Lemley, Mrs. O. V. Lemley and the little Jensvold boys went to Portland Saturday to visit relatives and friends. Mrs. Clara Raffleson was in Portland over the weekend to visit her two children and her mother, Mrs. Flock. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Davis and Mr. Don't Forget Annual White Salmon Fire Department DANCE , Legion. Hall in WHITE SALMON SAT. 0CT15 will return the latter part of the week. Mrs. G. C. Dickson, of Vancouver, visited the family of her cousin, O. V. Lemley Saturday and Sunday. Mr. Dicksen is conductor on one of the freight trains running through here. Mr. ad Mrs. George Weaver and son Billy left Bingen Tuesday. Mr. Weaver will have charge of a saw- mill near Mosier, Ore. This is one of the Jay Mar mills. Mrs. Sue Morehead, county school superintendent, was calling on her friends in Bingen Tuesday. Mrs. Leo Bunker fell down the basement steps at her home here. She was badly bruised but not ser- iously hurt. Mrs. Harry Reed and Mrs. George Reed, stopped inBingen Sunday to call on Mr. and Mrs. Paul Setzer, while on their way to Portland from their home in Fossil, Ore. Mrs. Mable Olsen of Salem, was here to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Selby on Monday. Mrs Win. Leather.s was a charm- ing hostess to the Thursday pinochle MT. ADAMS SUN CA rffT ItTr'tIT#' is stationed on Little Huckleberry /-00UIN LNLW3 mountain lookout. Mrs Ed Vase o-----  ..... I Th vitae incitae club of Stevenson y, .ioloencmle, nag I ..... been visiting at the Rakestraw home! hlgh school held thezr formal mltm- for the past week.. During this time tion at the home of Mary Sly on she has been visiting old friends in Tuesday, Sept. 27. The rest of the Carson. Shirley, her daughter, who is a nurse in Portland and who is on her vacation, arrived here Sunday to drive her mother home. Mrs. Agada Waker, who is now living in Grand Coulee, arrived in Carson Monday afternoon to visit for i a few days with her two children. The small son of Mr. and Mrs. I Thayer Foster died in Stevenson last 1 week. The Foster family had been t in the hop fields and returned home after .the baby became ill. Mr. and Mrs. Foster were formerly of Carson. Miss Caroline Yemelos has been working in the auditor's office this past week. As Stevenson high school had no out-of-town game scheduled for last Friday, a team was made up of the alumni and they gave the under- graduate quite a battle. A good fight was put up by the high school, but they came out on the short end of a 26 to 0 score. Mr. Wm. Meneice was a Portland business caller Monday. . Truman and Virginia Price spent  i n ay with-their brother Jack, who club at her apartments in White : Salmon Thursday evening, Sept 22. Mrs. Ellen Dugger held high score of the evening and Mrs. Bud Hois- ington low. A very enjoyable even- ing was spent with many pres- ent. Mrs. Lennie Sherman will be the next hostess at her home in Bingen, Oct. 6. The Mr. Adams Laundry has gone out of business. R.S. Hoisington has purchased the proprty and Mr. Orin Mason expects to go into the neon sign business. Mrs. Albertina Springer, mother of Mrs. Ed Suksdorf, passed away in Portland, Sept. 24 and was buried in Lincoln Memorial Park, Sept. 27. She had lived in Portland for 18 years and was born in Germany in 1868 and came to this country when she was 17 years of age, She was ill about two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Suksdorf attended the funeral and returned home Wednesday. illllllilllilillllllliilnilllllililllllllllllllmilnll! | | o" 'ATTENTION! | | | It s reported that game is more plentiful thin || year than many previous years. |" BIRD SEASON OPENS OCT. 16 -'m DUCK SEASON OPENS OCTOBER 16 | | DEER & BEAR SEASON OCTOBER 2 ! i Be Prepared WINCHESTER SHOT GUN SHELLS | Winchester 12-Guage Shot Gun Shells Winchester 16-Guage Shot Gun Shells Wnchester 20-Gauge Shot Gun Shells Also a large assortment of Winchester Heavy and Light Rifle Shells  evening was spent by playing games and delicious refreshments were ser- ved by the hostess. Those present were, Jean Nelson, Jean Freeburg, Virginia Price, Janice Greelich, Bar- bara Meneice, Dorothy Johnson, Jean Westby, Miss Selburg and the host- Mr. Leet was severely injured on Friday, when he fractured his skull while loading machinery at Everett. He was taken to a hospital in that city where hls condition is improving nicely. Mrs. Leet left immediately to be with him. Miss Freda Bloomquist, Mr. and 'Mrs. Harold Beckon, Miss Elsie Merry and a friend from White Sal- mnn climbed Observation Peak Sun- day afternoon. All reported an en- joyable time and declared the climb was well worth while. I Miss Mary Sly, of Stevenson, and Miss Dorothy Johnson, of Home Val- I ley, spent last weekend in Portland. Miss Mable Roe, her mother, Mrs. Roe, of Carson, and Mrs. Adams, of Portland, enjoyed a lovely trip to Crater Lake the 17th and 18th of (his month. They returned with many interesting pictures of that locality. Bingen Drug Co. Mail Us Your Order Bingen, Phone 74X Mr. Noblit, the grade school prin- cipal went to visit his sister in i Portland over the weekend. -Are You Registered ?- PAGE THREB IN T,IS NEWSPAPER The hst-tg ace of war ndenm and headline hunters xs in a class by him- se] when it comes to nding adventure and telling about it in a stirring and entertaining manner. You haw MaTI FLOYD GIBBONS oT  mBo. Now.t his thUig lu t uy own ho ws The tales ou will mad are true stories oI adventure in every-day li|e.., stories o| adventure that has come to people just like ourselves, in towns just like the one in which ou live. Gibbons has challenged the fiction writers of the world to invent more thrilling ad- ventures than those which happen every day in the ordinary lives Of men, women and children. FLOYD GIBBONS, I ADVENTURE CLUB I II E lil II I II li I I E Bingen Polmlar Prices Friday Sept. 30- Amateur Night Friday and Saturday, Sept. 30 and Oct. 1 GENE AUTRY In Sprlngtme In , The Rockies and "Zorro Rides Again" Also SHORT SUBJECTS Sunday, Monday and Tuesday, Oct. 2, 3, 4 "S" f th C " lgn o e ,,, ross News and Comedy Wednesday and Thursday, Oct. 5 and 6 HELEN CHANDLER - STUART ERWIN "Mr. Boggs Steps Out" Also SHORT SUBJECTS