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4 " MY, ADAMS SO " THImSDAY, DJEC. Hk 1963 -: ..... t Dorothy Lemley last Saturday C 0 L D T U R K E Y J j Mr, and Mrs. Clyde Rake and I Mr, and Mrs. Theo I, amer, Mrs. SUN HAS LOTS OF COLD TUJW00EY*L00T OVER FROM THANKSGIVING ]Shirley is the Rakes daughter, " W a I " r Virginia. Just like nearly everyone l  .... 8ut st, the  of rmgtot, home m . S. S turday ereoute ho m Ei!emtbu.  Mrs. Verna Heyl was droner" e . the . I }guest of Mr. and Mys. Lores Ise. Mt Adams Sun wu'Mr MDd  Ralph Treut Tlmrs evening, Mrs. Pete reve, was m t'ort- . _.-....t I,,,  i  ,t, ldr, mad* Mr Steve Trout Roy Scott, Floyd Makholm land Sunday te see her mother, w=,,-,, ., w w th ,.. -, . B'enson on Thanks "vin then Thanksgiving leftoverL Corres-I to, and Robert Ac__er_man of Bmgen Mrs. Looke, H..R. who recur- over the weekend, he Bnson's pondents outdid themselves inl Mr, and Mrs Jim Patrick at- were runner gmm, at me o- ly nan sttrgerj, Le, m.auel has- -,,:,:^A ...... thei- ew h--e covering the comings and go-tended the motorcycle races in chenour home Frtday ItaL Tuesd Ava visited her ,v  ,, ,  ,,,, ings of nbors. We regret Portland Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs, Vern Cochenour again witttCecile Farzar and Early. last Wednesday after- Mr. and Mrs, Cecil Clubb .visited at the, George Ramey that much of their copy w8 crowded out by heavy Christ- mas adevrtistng. Too much work and expense went into assembling and set- ting this news to dump it. We are therefore printiig as much as Jpossible of it this week un- der the title of "COIl:) TUR- KEY".  i took Mr& Hazel AJthon to Port- home in T. D. *gultday stermoon whre an  old 'et of land___ Monday morni Me, and Mrs. Chip Kreps and en were dinner guests of the Jack Fre.Aericks Monday ev ening. Mr. and Mrs Gary Mitchell and Lore went to Portland Sat- Mr. and Mrs. Dale Ray of I- Verne's was alSO visiting. me are, Imsy rounding up their cattle. Ernest  Struck called at the Cochenour home on Saturday and rode for cat- t, finding some for Leslie Bo- ni, also some of Robert Mc- Call's. These two men came for Betty Neweg. Mr. an: Mrs. Gene Glader :and Miss , Florence Thomas called on the Gordon Baker Sunday. Laurie Baker returned t@ his studies at Pullman Sunday fal- lowing the holiday. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Belsig and family were i Bt River Thursday an Fridty with the noon, Mrs. Joe Taylor, Portland, her mother, Mrs. Lena Miller, Goldendale, called on Ricka Hun saker and Betsy Leathers. Latex" they drove to Wykre for the re- mainder of the day. Zelma Taylor and Marie Krep were room- mates at UofW, where Ricka Hun sakex was also a student. Now retiring from the teaching pro- fession, Joe Ta/lor and his wife who is an instructor at UofW. After being in Tacoma for the Thanksgiving holiday Elsie McCoy came home Monday. Her broths, F.atrt Peaxson, in whose home she was a guest, ren enjoyed Thanksgiving with Dorothy's folks in Portland. They all gathered at her moth- er'. BZ CORNERS brought her to Wli Salmon, The Ray Vedey family spent She  the trip up with Mr. Thanksivin with: his parents ir'l  and Mrs. Dean W.i,ly the the Holly Verleys of Tieton. daughter Barbara. Kay/and Mrs. The Frank HeRnbecks had a Bertha Wflley who: we on to u ram Y i ....... 7 number of g eats f  akma bear, tar me nouaay, [ for dinner Thursday. Sharing the baun of .a [ The often Hales and the Lar- Thaksgiving dinner mr wmcnlrv Vaughans enjoyed Thanks- the Elmer Looses were hosts gving with ls. Lithe Hale in were Mx: and Mrs, Boy Bert- Battleround rand, Mr. and Mrs. Rodn y The Burr Smiths little house Loose and son Keith, Mrs. Bill was full too. Present were their Campell, all of Portland and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Campbell, Beaver-i to Mrs, Rodney Loose and son l stayed until Saturday when Rod ney returned for them. Enjoying Tb.aning dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Earl Sanders son's family the Preston Smiths of Kelso, the Russel Smith fam- ily of Seattle, Mr. and Mrs. Bu- ford Ward and Mrs. Lynda Maas from Goldendale. Mr. and Mrs. Don Bishop and children from Portland were HUSUM (Pearl Mitchell) Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Clubb went to T. D. Saturday. Thursday dinner guests the Bob Millers were Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Graham and Mrs. Delain Boust and two daughters of Salem. Mr. and Mrs. Rssll I-Iendryx and Marcie spent Thanksgiving with the Chas. Busby family in Trout Lake. C. F. and Tom Frederick of W. S., the Darrell Nichols fam- ily of H. R., Mrs. Paulson of Denver, Mrs. Inez Nichols of T. D. were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Fredericks on Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. John Canada and children of Vancouver, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Payne of W. S., and Mr. and Mrs. A1 Moody spent Thursday with the Rev. Coulson family. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Griffith drove to Portland Sunday to visit the Ross Nedrys. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Mitchell and Terry and Mr. and Mrs. Gary Mitchell and l.ra were dinner guests Thursday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Rohrer in W. S. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Frederick spent the weekend bird hunting in eastern Washington. Mrs. Florence Patrick spent last week visiting her daughters Mrs. Betty Pratt in Vancouver and Mrs. Ruby Seifert in No. Bonneville. Dinner guests at the Merle Reeves home on Thursday were Mr. and Mrs. Bob Wilson and family of Madras, the Walter Baumgardens of Bingen; Calvin and Alvin Slocum families of one, Ore. have been visiting their daughter and family, the Leo Goodriches; the past week. Satetrday evening dinner at the Johnny Gihner home were Mrs. Nettle Burnes and son of Arcata, Calif, Mr. and Mrs. John Gilmer Jr., John Gilmer Sr. and Mrs. Anna Wier Mr. and Mrs.: Jim Patrick and family spent Thursday n T. D. with Joan's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Burns of Bingen called on Mr. and Mrs. Merle Reeves Thursday eve- eng. Kathy Miller was home  the holiday and returned to Port land Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Hatch of Underwood spent Thursday with their daughter and family the Bud Aplins. Mr, and Mrs. Mark Cox spent Thursday with the Alger Cox family. KLICKITA T HTS. Loyd Butler has been busy hauling cattle and hay for the MClough's, from their place on Fisher hill to their home i here. One heifer ran away to the Tuthill's farm. Robert Cimmw- otti found her baby calf in the middle of the road and the heif- er ended up at Cochenour's. At- ter much phoning and inquiring the owner was located. Daniel Cochenour was home l from Western Washington Col- lege in Bellingham on Wednes. day evening. He left to resume his studies Sunday afternoon. Cochmours spent Thanksgiv- ing Day at the Dayne Cochen- our home in T. D. All but one of the brothers and their retail- ms were home so it was sort of W. S. and Ivan Slocum. l a family reunion. Mr. and Mrs. Al Trout of H. ] Mr. and Mrs. Vern Cochenour R. and Mrs. Lucy Cress were land Daniel visited at the Yar- I ... so much convenience for only $1.25 per month. Order installation today. NEW TELEPHONE SUBSCRIBERS IN NOVEMBER R. O. Dugdale .............................. 493-2154 Bjarne J. Jacobsen ........................... 493-2391 R. C, McCall ............................... 4r2705 Methodist Church .......................... 032 Lawrence Ldninger ......................... 41-32i!. White Salmon Pharmacy ...................... 493-3232 Frank R. Frey, D. C ......................... 493-3251 O. H. Bevins 493-3482 Elmer Stepper 40,767 Walter  (Pe) Chappel ........................ 493-3806 JOhn C' Bell ................................. 493-3955 James R. Combs ............................. 493-4153 Darrell W. Bachman ' 4I,99 Charles H. Furlong ........................... 493, John H. Pierson ............................. 493-5501 Mrs. Esther L. Bell _ ......................... l Allen Poweli ................................ 493~5834 NUMBER CHANGES IN NOVEMBER Gustof Dorr ................................ 493-5961 Roy J. Weatheriy ............................ 493-5959 James Burlingame ........................... 493-5956 George L. Rimer ............................. 493-5907 Wayne W. Kerber ........................... 493-5525 James Cox .................................. 493-4808 Kenneth L. Shilling .......................... 493-3480 Harvey Trent ................. : ............. 493-2513 Run Armstrong .............................. 493-2354 II I I I their cattleon Snday. ThIBn on Monday Loyal ButUt and* Er- nest Strtmk came agmn for i more. Mrs. Ora Clmmiyotti spent the holidays at the home of her daughter in H. R., the Harvey Crappers. 3er was home from Portland U and brought two friends with her. All had an en- joyable time. LYLE Dec. 2, Mndly evening was the opening of the basketh,n sea- son with the Jamboree being held in Lyle High Gym.  School Supt. George Goodman spun[ several days this week in Spokane where he was attending the Washington State Directors meeting. Little Wally Archuletta be- came seriously ill early Monday morning and was taken to the doctor for treatment who advis- ed hospitalization. However, his mother who was a nurse in Mex- ico, is taking care of him at home. ! Jean Johnson and Laurie Tidy-i man have returned to school aS- ter nearly two weeks of illness. Mrs. Olaf Baker has gone to North Dakota where her sister is seriously ill Mrs. Willard Knight celebrat- ed her birthday on Nov. 30 with the help of many relatives and friends. Among those who have been recent guests are: Mr. and Mrs. Mantle Wilson and three daughters o Twisp, Wash.; Mrs. Viola Sire of T. D., Mr. and Mrs. Leo Knight of CenterviUe, Mrs. Leo Lund of Corvallis, Mrs. Virgil Baker of Portland. Among those who left town to enjoy family reunions were Mr. and Mrs. Hempel and daugh ters who went to Idaho, Mr. and Mrs. Ed GarRy and family to Aberdeen; Mr & Mrs Jim Titus to Castle Rock; Ernest Richlie & Miss Dorothy DeMers to Spo- kane;, Mr. Van Horn to Walla. Walla; Larry Schmauder to Davenport; Rev. and Mrs. James Matt and family to Castle Rock; Mr. and Mrs Marshall Hmm to Salem, Mrs. Fay Mc- Nabb and Mrs. Anna Omeg o Portland and Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Van DeVanter to Goldendale. i Among those who entertained I relatives and friends here at I home were Mr. and Mrs. Ken I Ewanson, Mr. and Mrs. Walter I Smith, Mr. and Mrs. George Goodman, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse ! Sexton and Mr and Mrs. Dale I Houdesheldt. l UNDERWOOD At the Donn Smith home in Portland for Thanksgiving were Mr. and Mrs. Ron Till and fam- ily, Portland, Mr. and Mrs. Mar- vin Boyer, EUensburg, Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Boyer and Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Ziegler and family. Guests a week ago, of the Reno Ziegiers were Mr. and Mrs. John Wess, Portland and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Reinland. Mrs Gee, Reinland visitbd her son's family in Beaverton, returning home Saturday when the Mike Hofstetters came for the day. Mrs. Howard Estey and Bob w acoranpanied by a sister Saleza when they drove to H to:e a sister who had had surgery. Since returning Wednesday they have had word that Mrs. Hunt is improving. The  Ints have visited here times. Mrs. on Baker was re- leased  the H. R. hospital sday and, after visiting at vtd's home till Friday, is home and back on the job at the post office, Gordon also is re- covering from his recent illness. Mr. and Mrs Geo Baker, Port land and Ralph Baker, San Car- los, Calif visited their brother, Gordon Baker, Saturday after- noon Ralph Baker had come north for the funeral of anoth- George Batigers. Satmlay and Sunday,  they spt: with Mr. and Mrs. Harley Champ in Port- land. Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Ziegier and family were guests Sunday of the Harold Eshelman's, Cen- terville. The Verne NeweH family en- joyed Thanksgiving in their new home. Guests were Paul Newell, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Far- tar and family, Mrs. Moteki. In the evening Mr and Mrs E. R. Soarer joined them to share Ce- cilia% 16th birthday cetebra- t on. Bryan and Kathy Smith were tth their grandparents, the Edgar Buyers, Thursday to Sat. urday when the Russ Bennetts took them home to Portland. SUNSPOTS If you are: addressing Christ- mas cards and want Murph's ad- dress, it is: Mrs. Lorna Falk 7015 West 16th Place, Apt. 1, Denver 5, C. Three weeks, ago she a in Denver and wit her son Jack started apart- ment hunt, They found just what they wanted, six blocks from Jack's  work. Perhaps in the spring, when Jack has some vacation time coming, they will come to W. S. to visit. Judge A. B. Carlock and Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Carlock had  their Thanksgiving dinner in Washougatthis year at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Settje. Also there were Mr. and Mrs. Donald Carck and two daughters. After spedlng Thanksgiving day with her parents the New- eli Pollards, Miss Lynn .Pollard drove back to Vancouver Thurs day evening. Dinner guests of Anna Wier Thanksgiviig were Mr. and Mrs John Gitmr Jr. and Tony, Mrs. Nettle Burns md son of Arcata Calif., John Giimer Sr. In the af- ternoon Ms. and Mrs. Don Gil- mer and famRy called. If all goes as now planned; tomorrow will be a big day for Mr. and Mrs. John Lauterbach. Their new mobile home, to be aermanently located on the bluff neighbors to the Wilbur Dun- laps, will arrive from Calif. After about three days for putting it into place and connecting ser- vices, friends may call and have coffee. Goldie Park's Thanksgiving guests were her daughters Mr. and Mrs. Morris Tuttle and boys anl Mr. and Mrs. Bert Osborn of Estacada, Ore. Calling on Margaret Lemley Saturday was her niece Nettle Burns and son Chuck of Arcata, Calif. and Anna Wier. Nettle and son returned home on Sunday. The family" circle of ch:Idren was complete at the Wes Cox[ home fo Tagsgiving. Miss Car ol Cox, teachlng third grade in Yakima Wednesday ev- arriv@ ening, as did her brother Ray- round who came from Seattle where he is a freshman at Uni versity. At dt Thursday were includdd W two grandmothers,: Mrs. Lama Fordyce and Mrs. Arthur Cox. Aboard the late train Monday heast bound, Mrs. Kern er, left foe a twenty four ho4ip away from home In Spolr Tues. she made re- cordings oher voice solos which were priate for use in the cheat ni t night s was enroute home, arriving in time to |oln her family for break- fast Wednesday. With family scattered and some unable to travel to White Salmon, the Keith McCoys went into Portland for their family dinner on Thanksgiving. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Lem- ley took Judy and Jill Diekensen into Portland Friday to see their father. er brother, Ted on Friday in Ta- coma. Mrs. Florence Rake and Ruth i Westergard were in T. D. Tues- i are moving to winter sunshine were Mr; & Mxs Lee Gakin and at Mesa, Ariz. They hope to be daughterBvendaof Portland and! able to call on the Roy CainslThelma Sanders, Thelnm makes there, whom they have known I her home with the Gakins. many years. ] Visitin over Thanksgiving Mr. and Mrs. Tony Lay and twith Mr/and Mrs. Ben DeBere children were included in the family circle at the Fred Wine- barger home when thanks was given at the table Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Richards and Nick of Sweet Home spent Thanksgiving with the Leon Berrys. At the Err PoweUs sharing Thanksgiving turkey were Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Hewett and and children, Bremerton and Mr and Mrs. Kenneth Brown and children, Portland. The Hewetts came Wednesday and stayed tel Sunday when they left for Car- !son to have dinner with the Ot- tis Shields and then drive home. Serving early morning break- fast to family was part of the Thanksgiving holiday for the J. O. Duuses. Last Wednesday morning Mr. and Mrs. Richard Sinclair and two little daugh- ters stopped en_route to Mis- soula, Montana where they had been invited for Thanksgiving. The next morning Mary Anita Leaton arrived in Bingen at 5:15 a.m. from Bozeman, Montana where she is a student at the U of M. Her parents and the Frank Leatons joined her at breakfast at the Duuses then all took off for Sunnyside where they ate turkey with Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Jensen. Also pres- ent was Sam Sabetsi, a cousin was her sister LaVerna Gardner of Vancouver. They all enjoyed Thanksgiving dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Jim Hare and family at Hood. Fifteen relatives enjoyed Thanksgiving dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Theo Kramet. From Wednesday until Sunday Mr. and Mrs. E. E. $ratton were in Eugene, guests of their son and his family, the Richard Strat- tons. During part of the Thanksgiv- ing holiday, the Waily Steven- son made headquarters in the vicinity of Bend for skiing on the east slope of Mt. Hood. Mary Keel had Thanksgiving dinner in Portland with the Fred Dens and stayed ave: for sev- eral days visit. Guests at the Gus Famel0s' home for Thanksgiving dinner were her mother Mrs. Evans of Gotdendale, Mr. and Mrs. Ulysses Famelos and family of Marys- ville, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Gesch- wins and children. Mr. and Mrs. Dolphus Dugger's Thanksgiving guests were Mr. & Mrs. Jack Ramage, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Johnson, Mrs. and Mrs. Jerry Zwynen Mr. and Mrs Jim Cox and family and Mrs. Arthur Cox. Dorothy Lemley and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Lemley and child weekend guests of her sister, Mrs. Annette Henderson and her mother Mrs. Jim Wise. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Henderson of Ellensburg visited his sister Mrs. Aria Henderson over the weekend. Aria and her family had Thanksgiving dinner at the Bill Scheuners. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Wall visited the Larry Vaughans last week. They are from Portland. Mr. and Mrs Roger Kibbe and daughters Shirley and Di- anne visited her mother's fam- ily the Ira Beasleys for four days They helped to celebrate the Beasleys sixth wedding an- niversary and Thanksgiving. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Knapp spent the weekend in Yakima v}siting her sister's family Mr. and Mrs. Earl Babbitt. The Wayne Harris family spent Thanksgiving and several days more with his mother's family, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Re- chart in Prairie City, Ore. The Bill Arnett Jrs. spent Thanksgiving with his par- ents where they were joined by his sister's family the Forest Mauldens of Grandview. Husum Homemakers The Husum Homemakers met Thursday, Dec. 5 at the club- house for the regular monthly meeting and Christmas party. Eighteen members gathered for a potluck lunch and gift ex- change. Friday, Dec- 13 several members plan to attend the leaders" meeting in Dallesport. (} 00Next Two Sundays, December 15 and 22-10 a.m. to Z p.m. : H LE 00nus. & am s,t '.)4.::," i | King James version. 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