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PAGE TWO ..... z ~! MT. ADAMS SUN -- BINGEN - wHrI'E SALMON, WAn~IINGTON THURSDAY. OCTOBER 31, 1957 Agnes Coughlin is expected home today from Tacoma where she has been since Sunday to be with her daughter during sur- gery on Monday. Enroute north she stopped at Barnes Sunday to visit with Bert DeYoe. | SCHWINN The World's Best Bikes for Boys fiirls LARSI N'S Sport Shop ~te ~ Wmdl. DICK WILLEMS BECOMES EAGLE SCOUT Dick Willems, 15-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Err Willems of Madras (Oregon), was awarded Eagle Scout rank in ceremonies held Oct. 11 in Madras where D~ek's father is Chief of Police. The Willems formerly lived in B~ngen. Specially printed progra~ns tea tured a handsome picture of Dick wearing the 26 merit badges which elevated him to the high- Mr. and Mrs. Norman Burgess[ were down fror~ Wapato for] hunting a few days last week. [ WANTED XMAS TREES TOP PRI PAID FOR TREES CUT BY OWNER OR BY US ON PERMISSION Local References on Request Back for the Sixth Year BOB SARfiENT Telephone: Hood River 1665 get in on the F U enter the BIG McCULLOCH SAW.DRAW! You can win~ prolessional quallty McCulloch chain saw absolutely freo - no boxtoIn to send.., nothing to buy ! Here's how: ' Come in for your fr~ entry blank to the big McCulloch Saw-Draw... fill it out.., then send it in. That's all them tl to it. You may be one of 150 lucky people who will win m handsome new MAC 35 by McCulloch, the greatest name In chain saws. est rank in Boy Scouting. The folder also reviewed his Scouting career from June 1952 when he became a Tenderfoot in Troop 384 of White Salmon which ad- vanced him to Second Class six months later. Dick transferred to Troop 58, ~Yladras, in Sept. 1955 and in Nov- e,mber became a First Class Scout. In August 1956 he achiev- ed Star Scout rank; and by Oct- Ober 1956 was made a Life Scout. In the above picture Mrs. Err Willems is shown pinning Dick's Eagle badge onhis shirt while Dad Erv looks over his son's shoulder. The other persons are officials of the Court of Honor. Mrs. Willems is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Sovereign and a sister of Mrs. Chet (M~bel) Leh man, both of W. S. (Cu~: courte. sy Madras Pioneer) MT ADAMS POWER TOOL CO White Salmon TROUT LAKE (Mrs. Merle ]olmson) Richard Sharp has been visit ing the Leonard Schmids for the past week as he is on leave from the Airforce. On Sunday his par- man were also guests of the Schmids. Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Dolezal and family came up from Portland Friday evening to see the school play. 'Jeanne Marshall was hostess at a party for the play cast at. ter the play Frdday evening. On Oct. 28 Saudra Cowling cel- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Huff- obrated her fourth birthday with a party fox a group of her little friends. The Homemakers group will meet on Nov. 5 at the K. C. Lang- tlield residence. Mr. and Mrs. Beryl Bethke and family of Moro, Ore. were Sun- day visitors at the Ronald ~Iol- lenfbecks. Mr. and NIrs. Robert LiJbbey and family of Bend, Ore. were week- end visitors of the John Schmids. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Brand were visiting the Gay Strongs this weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Johnson of Renton, visited the Merle John. son's for several days. ~Ylr. and Mrs. Albert Partner of Trout Lake take this means to ' in~ite all their friends to the wed ding of their daughter, Betty to Eugene Murphy cm Saturday af- ternoon at 2:30 at the Bap~!st1 church in T. L. and afterwards atI the reception at the ~range Hall. ] Portners had intended to mail l printed invitatio.~s to everyone but the invitations have not yet been received from the printers in Chicago. (Editor's note: Too gad. Next time order them from the SUN). Mrs. Re~ina t~]mer celebrated her 93rd birthday w~th a family dinner on Sunday at the Grange hall. Her grandson, Jack Elmer, of Portland baked and decorated her birthday cake. Present were Mr. and Mrs. Walter Elmer and faml:ly, Mr. and Mrs. Richard El- mer and family, Mr. a.~d Mr~t Larry Wilsori and family ~and the William Elmer fami'ly, all of Port land; also Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Borigo, M:r. and Mrs. Art Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. Jess Christian, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Elmer and faro. fly, Mr. a,~d Mrs. Bugs Eill and family, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Had- dock and daughter and the Rex Wilson family. Mrs. Tillie Raymond visited f~'ends and relatives in W. S. last week. SO SUN 3O Monday J. O. Duus drove to Estacada to attend the funeral service for his sister-in-law, Mrs. V. A. Duus of Nyssa. She often was a visitor at the Duus home In W. S. Underwood Briefs This evening Mrs. Lyle Ter- naha~ will be hostess to the La. dies Duplicate bv!dge clu~b. Mr. ~nd Mrs. Ray Moore spent Wednesday and Thursday in Vancouver and Portland. MeLriu Scofield of Be!lingham called Wednesday at the home of his aunt, Lucy Boyer and his cousins Edgar and Floyd Boyer. ~Mrs. Glen Kellog of Edgerton, Alberta, Canada, sister of Paul Howell arrived Saturday to vis- it with her fathe~ w~o is in the Hantby Nursing Iflome in tioo~ River and relatives i~ the Under- wood community~ She will be a guest of the Verrie~Newelis until the end of the flr~ week in Nov- ember. ~4rs. Rosa Wess and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Matteson of Portland were visitors Sunday at the Verne Newells. Don't forget the Halloween party for the children at the school gym this evening. OLYM PIA with pleasure ! ,'IT'S THE WATER" THAT MAKEO IT 80 REFRESHINGI SUN SPOTS Preceeding the Oirls' League formal Saturday evening the Kenneth Gardners were hosts at dinner for eight. Their guests were the Hulan Whitsons, Ted Paulsens and ~. D. Ostlunds. Mrs. Herb Williams was in Port land Sunday to visit with her sister Mrs. John Wunder who ia in Physicians and Surgeons hos- pital. It Will beat least another week before Mrs. Wunder is re- leased from the hospital. Mr. arid Mrs. Boyd Munson and three children of Portland were Sunday guests of her par- ents, the IMaurice Balsigers. From Friday until Monday there were also visiting the Balsigers and J. S. Degman. Mr. and Mrs. Eliott Degman of Wenatchee, Mr and Mrs. Eliott Degman Jr and Mr. and Mrs. James Kleen, all of Corvallis. Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Stanley ton drove to Longview to get their daughter Sandra who Was home for the remainder of the weekend to attend the for- mal. On Sunday afternoon her parents drove her back to Van- couver and saw her on her way ~ack to Longview where she is studying to be a beauty oper- ator. Bob Benjamin, who is a fresh- man at El]ensburg, was home for the weekend. Kea~by Sprague drove down from Seattle to spend the week end with his father, T. K. Sprague. Kearby is employed at Boeings. Miss Jean Delk was home from Portland with her mother a week ago. At present she is on call for surgery duty, an assign- ment which doesn't often allow enough time for travel out of the city. Wednesday afternoon Mrs. Floyd Turk entertained the la- d,ies of the Christian Science So- ciety. Mr. arid Mrs. Rod Sn~ith and II I I II Ill I three children of Portland vis. ited at the Carl Wilde home Mo~ day. Mr. Smith is a brother of Mrs .Wilde. Several persons from Be~el Congregational church including Rev. Clevenger will attend a re- gional meeting of Oregon, Wash. ington, Idaho and Montana Con- gregational Christian churches in Portland Oct. 29-30-31. Mr. and Mrs. John North :~nd daughters of Portland spentc Sun- day visiting his mother, Mrs. Inella North. Mrs. Stella Ramage and Mrs. Dyrkie Cox spent the past week at Seal Rock at Mrs. Ramages cottage. Mrs. Crouch of Astoria joined them. Dinner guests of the O. V. Lem ley Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Bob Chanmberlatin and Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Wier of W. S. 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