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February 17, 1972

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4 -- The Goldendale Sentinel -- Thursday, QUEEN MARILYN CARD was crowned at the Beta Eta sweetheart ball Satur- day at the Goldendale Goff Club. r-el. lowing the ball, a buffet supper was served. RECEIVING her jewel pin at Beta Eta sorority meeting Monday was Darlene Robison. Guests included Nancy Steele and Jerrine May who spoke to the group on pubilicity. Columbia Grange initiates seven Columbia Grange held its "Grange day" Sunday afternoon. The officers for 1972 were installed by Deputy Master Lotus Ewing, followed by all four degrees given to seven new candidates. Potluck dinner was served in the evening by Mr. and Mrs. Mas Migaki. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wood from Trout Lake and Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Fenton from Pleasant Valley were welcome guests. The next meeting, February 19 will be a dues-paying supper at 6:30 followed by a film, "Seed Time and Harvest." There will be a mystery package donated by State Women's Activity Director, Ann Slater, for the rug auction. AUXILIARY MAKES NAME TAGS FOR tlOSPITAL Columbia Grange Auxiliary met at the William McLeod home in Lyle for its January meeting. Kathryn Eshelman and Marcella Stine were visitors. The ladies brought old Christmas cards and made name tags to send to the Veterans Hospital. They also spent part of their time cutting off canceled stamps to send to the council of churches and hospitals. The next meeting will be held February 25 at the Ewing home in Lyle. MARYHILL WOMEN TO BE GUESTS AT MEETING Maryhill Women's Club members will be guests of the Pleasant Valley Come and Help Club when they meet next Wed- nesday at 1 p.m. at the home of Mrs. William Ownby. Mrs. Ownby and Mrs. Chester Brack recently attended the county homemaker's lesson on the use of sewing machine attachments," and will present the information learned to the club. - -- IIIIIIIflll -- Plavor-cdsp Chicken tl**oo,oo,o.e.. We make our own Pizza TO EAT HERE OR TO GOl Hamburgers Phone 773-4225 to'the music of " The Dee and B0bbie Wednesday Friday-aturday 9 p.m.-2 a.m.' Your hostesses: Mary, , The and Darlene L B Tavern February 17, 1972 Thorn-Wickman 00ires leld at Grace L srleran (:hurch Jollene Blanche Thorn and Robert Brian Wickman exchanged wedding bands at a 2 p.m. ceremony held at Grace Lutheran Church in Klickitat January 22. The Rev. Hugo W. Larson was the officiating minister. The bride's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Kimbler of Klickitat, and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Wickman of Lyle are parents of the bridegroom. The petite dark-haired bride and her father came down an aisle marked with white satin pew bows and was given in marriage by beth parents. Her full-length gown was of an "A" line design in white linen. The bodice had a softly rounded neckline and cap sleeves of embroidered lace. She carried a colonial nosegay of pink baby roses and white carnations. Her only jewlery was a single strand of pearls, a gift from her bridegroom. In her shoe was a lucky coin placed there by her father. Gowned in a floor-length  prtncessLstyle gown of pink with a headpiece of green fabric leaves and roses on net, Robyne Ann Thorn served as her sister's maid of honor. Her carnation nosegay matched her gown. Darlene Wright of Portland and Michelle Schlangen were the bride- maids. They wore similar gowns of lime green and carried nosegays of green carnations. Debbie Wright of Portland served as flower girl. She carried a nosegay of pink carnations. All of the attendants wore a silver pendant, a leaf-shaped drop cen- tered with a pearl. Ricky Ham, The Dalles, carried the rings on a heart-shaped white satin pillow decorated with ribbon streamers. Michael Wickman of Portland stood as his brother's best man. Groomsmen David Norton and Bill Cleveland also served as candlelighters and ushers. Head usher was Rex E. Cooke. The young people's choir of the church, accompanied by Mrs. Dan Smith, sang The Lord's Prayer, and soloist Bernice Arney sang The Wedding Prayer. Mrs. Hugo Larson played the traditional nupital music on the church organ. For her daughter's wedding Mrs. Kimbler choose a dress of pink crepe with long sleeves and matching chiffon. Her corsage was of pink and white baby roses. The mother of the bridegroom wore ac- -eessories of bone with her figured sheer polyester over a navy sheath dress. Her corsage was of white roses. The four-tiered wedding cake, topped with a dove and pearl ornament and decorated with pink roses and white doves,wasbaked and decorated by. Mrs. Virgil Maupin. It was cut by Mrs. Art Wickman, aunt of the bridegroom from Goldendale, and was served by Mrs. Betty Morton of Anchorage. Ak. Mrs. Allen McEwen and Mrs. Richard Wickman, Portland, aunt and sister-in-law of the bridegroom,poured the coffee and served the punch from a lace covered table centered with pink carnations and white gladioli. Others assisting during the wedding and reception were Mrs. Gerald Olney, Joni Robinson, Mrs. Oval Markham, Lynda Olney, Mrs. Benny Mahaffey, Stacy J. Robion, Leesa Whittum and Floyd McCullough Jr. Both graduated from Klickitat High C LONG DISTANI',E GET8 THERE FA003TER! RECEPTION TO HONOR PONDS A reception honoring Mr. and Mrs. Roger Pond will be held Sunday from 2 to 4 p.m. at the Kliekitat Valley Bank meeting room. The public in invited to become acquainted with the Pond family. He is the new epsion agent for this area. Cosmetic expert to address ABWA Jacque Smith, district associate director of Fashion Two-Twenty Cosemtics, a firm based in Spokane, will speak to the American Business Women's Association Wednesday of next week on "Careers in Cosmetics for Women." Dinner will be served by the LDS ladies at the Goldendale Grange hall at 7:30. Vocational speaker will be Carol Cerna, eighth grade teacher. As it is citizenship month, the Girl Scouts will lead the flag salute. Blanket toss nets $34 for Heart fund The blanket toss between halves of the basketball game Thursday night here netted $34.36 for the Heart Fund, ac- cording to Ruth Wheelon, city chairman. She wished to thank not only those who gave generously, but also the principal for permitting the toss, and Joy LOrton and the pep staff for handling the blanket. Added to the list of city volunteers is Vi Mulroney. A correction in last week's list is the name of Ethel Searing, who is also a city solicitor in the heart-to-heart drive. MEN TO SERVE TACOS Centerville Grange men will be serving a taco supper to their wives and families Thursday. Supper will begin at 6:30 p.m. Each family is asked to bring either a salad, dessert or a casserole to complete the meal. Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Gronewald will talk and show their slides on their trip to Brazil after supper. GROP IMPROVEMENT GROUP TO MEET The Klickitat County Crop Im- provement Association annual meeting will be held February 23 at Bickleton beginning at 1 p.m., according to Clyde Fridley president. Duward Massie, executive secretary of the Washington Crop Improvement Association, Yakima, will discuss changes in the seed law, the current status of Vitavax treatment on Luke and Paha wheat and the environmental protection agency and its affect upon agriculture. Test plots and new varities will be reviewed. School in 1971. Out of town guests besides those who took part in the wedding were Richard Wickman and Koral, Karrie and Mistie of Portl:ind; Art Wickman of Goldendale: Mr. and Mrs. John Wright and Danielle of Oregon City and Debbie Harn of The Dalles. State Grange Master to address FLB State Grange Master Jack Silvers is slated to make his first appearance in the county Saturday, February 26, at the annual meeting of the Federal Land Bank held here. It will be at the Pleasant Valley Grange hall, beginning with a 12:30 dinner which will be served by the Grange ladies. Also speaking will be David Herron, FLB state regional manager. Bud Amidon, chairman of the board, will serve as toastmaster. Two directors will be elected. Frank Fenton resigned, having moved to Lincoln City, and George Hathaway's term ex- pires. PTC TO MEET The Parent Teacher Club will meet at the Primary School this Thursday at 3 p.m. for coffee and will go into a business meeting at 3:30. Kay Kimmel will present a musical program. Cowbelles s consumer Being taken through shopping center will be the Klickltat County 25 when Judy specialist with the Dept. will speak. 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