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collection for over a year of errors we've caught. (We an-caught ones, except for every one that escaped us, and corrected at least 100.) you'd get a kick out of some of the Read carefully--like you do trying to catch us! were not the typesetters' were written by those who news. event that got spelled more an)thing was the Horn'-A- excerpts from various ar- will be a Hoosearama with including judging quar- "The riders will be entered Is this something Frank Knosher? You'd think )referred Bickleton's fresh air, was in Goldendale for the for the horaces except to item: "The article includes of a Golderlale landmark, the Horse." md Mrs. Tim Hansen were at the Rodeo at Hood River Sunday. rticipated in the puny and caff "'Included in the booths for the :County Fair is one which will sell m, candy and bum." Bum what? e will be many entri in arts . The crats to be displayed in- mdle reeking, pringmaking and ring." Goodness. who was the ;the Jaycee-sponsored beard contest. Roger Telford's bear was best in a particular bracket." have been beaten by Jerry social items seemed worthy of LICENSES: Keith and Arlene May, 4, both Valley This must truly have been a ssuciatimber wedding. "At the party were served melon and lice Sounds lousy. Bonus and her finance, Ray .." We don't know ff she got her istraight, but we have since heard got his Bonus. "The Is that anything like a Patter gives a recipe for Kiss-Me Cake". The typesetter Kill-Me Cake." Maybe-- a way to go! "To the batter, Well, maybe Or a recipe for hot by the brmd of " Obviously a Women's Lib county cenunissinners ac- low bird and the eontr got caught day apparently indulging in wislfful iSome time back he was to set the "Tops Club to he formed". His "Topless Club to he formed." SEEN OLD MAC? search has been on for Mac. a dog belonging to the Bill at 163 N. High. He is half half labrador and is medium a white muzzle, has a missing front teeth, and was chain collar. The family the town for him with no would appreciate any clues. is 7734314. Reward Story Mrs. Louis Bills visited !in Hood River Sunday with Louis' a niece and family, the Tom young people gathered in the room of the Assembly of ' turkey dinner Friday evening. Mrs. Ed Hoetor attended the growers meeting in Yakima Y. ;laf those attending the wrestling in Granger were the Charles Rex Maurers and Ed Hoctors. has hit our community and is Men are out of work, etc. Slothower of Condom Or. was our community last week. Byers brought her class of out to the Clyde Story ranch to baby lambs Thursday. The enjoyed the lambs. .,L,-s. Allen Byers spent the With Parents in Vancouver. Wesley's relatives, the of Vancouver visited her as . as coach for the was here from Vancouver. CROCKER WINNER has been named Klickitat's HOmemaker of Tomorrow the basis of her , written knowledge and attitude taken by senior girls on 7, and will receive a specially charm from General of the annual educational Sharla Niemela to wed Warren Dow Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Niemela announce the engagement of their daughter, Sharla Rae. to Warren L. Dow Jr. Sharla attended 11 years of school at Klickitat, and is a 1970 graduate of Gold- endale High School. She has attended Chemeketa Community College in Salem and is now employed by the City of Woodburn, Or. Warren is a 1966 graduate of Bandon High School in Bandon, Or. He completed four years of service in the Navy and is now employed by the Marshall Con- struction Company of Portland. The wedding will be held in Goldendale April 8. CENTERVILLE--Lilly Carter Mr. and Mrs. Quentin Jaekel left Wednesday for Portland, from whence, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Keehn of Stevenson, they enplaned for Hawaii. Their nephew John Miller has taken over at their home during their absence. Mrs. Bob Elwess entered St. Vincent Hospital at Portland Tuesday for ear surget% Mrs. Mary Small, after enjoying a visit from her sister, Mrs. Green from Gresham, accompanied her home February 7. While there, she had the misfortune to fall and break her hip in two places. She is in Vancouver Memorial Hospital. We are receiving good reports on her recovery. Mr. and Mrs. Len Cutler of Portland visited in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hiukka Friday. Mrs. Cutler is a niece of Mrs. Hiukka. Dinner guests of the Clinton Cosners Sunday were Mrs. A. R. Swain, and Margie Crowder of Goldendale. Wanda Erickson was hostess to the meeting of the Delta Kappa Gamma coffee hour Friday. Erma Gebrke was co- hostess. The "flu-bug" is an unwelcome visitor in Centerville, refusing to be ignored. The Bill Garner Jr. family is moving into the Frank Garner house. The Centerville Grange was a "busy beehive" for a few days last week while willing workers were painting the directional road signs for the area. The Women's Mission Circle of the Church of Christ met Wednesday in an all- day meeting repairing clothing for the McKinley Indian Mission. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Lehto were guests of their daughter and family, the Joe Sheltons, at Three Creeks Sunday. NAME MISSING Lynn Luth, GHS junior, was omitted from the second quarter honor roll list published last week. She had a 3.5 GPA. m Howls Your Heating? Chicago, II1.-A free offer of special interest to those who hear hut do not understand words has been announced by Beltone. A non-operating model of the smallest Beltone aid ever made will be given absolutely free to anyone answering this advertisement. Try it to see how it is worn in the privacy of your own home without cost or obligation of any kind. It's yours to keep, free. It weighs less than a third of an ounce, and it's all at ear level, in one unit. No wires lead from body to head. These non-operating models are free, so we suggest you write for yours now. Again, we repeat, there is no cost or ob|igatiom Write to Dept. 2543, Beltone Electronics Corp., 4201 W. Vic- toria, Chicago, Ill. 60646. Pantry Patter by ALLISON PARTON The day' will go better, if you start it right Breakfast may be nothing more than juice, toast, and a beverage, but even that little is important. Children especially need protein at breakfast A vanilla-flavored eggnog may be the easiest solution, providing both egg and milk in quick drinkable form. EGGNOG 2 cups cold milk 2 eggs 4 tsp. sugar 1 tsp. vanilla nutmeg Put all ingredients except nutmeg in blender container. Cover and blend quickly. Pour into serving glasses; sprinkle with nutmeg, if desired. Makes 3 cups. The following two recipes also make a delicious morning drink. Apricots are a good source of vitamin A. ORANGE--APRICOT NECTAR 3 cups orange juice % cup cooked apricots, pitted 1% cups crushed ice Put all iogredients in blender container; cover and blend until smooth and frothy. Serves 6. PINEAPPLE--APRICOT NECTAR 6-7 canned apricot halves 2% cups pineapple juice, chilled I cup crushed ice Put apricots in blender container; cover and blend to make % cup puree: Add remaining ingredients; cover and run on high speed for 1 minute, or until smooth and frosty. Serves 2 to 3. Top Teenagers are chosen in schools Klickitat High School students have been selected as Outstanding Teenagers of America for 1972, according to Donald E. Lockhart, principal. Selection for the Outstanding Teenagers awards program automatically qualifies these students for further state, regional, and national honors and scholarships totaling $7,000. Local nominees are" Raymond Umlauf, Janet Ward, Linda Mahaffey and Lydia Logsdon. Four students at Glenwoud High School have also been selected for the honor, according to Robert W. Kirkpatrick, superintendent and Dale Johnson, prin- cipal. They are all juniors. Named are Linda Roberts, Sandy Whitfield, Debra Holly and Jim Leaton. Thursday, February 17, 1972- The Goldendale Sentinel- 5 ..f. RICK WICKMAN NAMED Local news notes , BY CONSULTING FIRM f Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Wickman of Gold- . endale recently received word from their " .....  " " colffined son Rick of his appointment as a vice- to tDe WllteL(os)i:lent alla Walla \\;..fesident by Management Services While there, he fell and broke his arm; A'sooates Inc,, of Austin, Tx. He however, it is in a sling and not a cast. previously had been employed by State of Mr. and Mrs. Bud Amidon drove to and from Seattle Sunday in response to the news that their son Charles had injured his back while working as a fork lift mechanic. He is hospitalized following pulled muscles received while lifting Amidons said Snoqualmie foothills---on the Seattle side--were a mess, with snow from Issaquah on up. Cars were askew and hundreds were stopped, putting on chains. It snowed all day on the pass, and skiers in addition to normal travelers created much traffic confusion. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Stromberg of Salem, Or. visited friends in Goldendale over the weekend. Gordon has recovered well from serious illness suffered last fall. In a letter to friends here, Graeey Forty wrote of the trip she and Martin are taking. She wrote from the Canadian National train, telling of having seen moose, bighorn sheep, elk, and a pack of six coyotes from the train. When they passed schools at recess time, hundreds of children would be playing hockey. They noted cars being driven over frozen lakes and saw many fishermen fishing through the ice. Grace said "the winter clothes I took will return to Goldendale wrinkled but unworn. The streamliner was warm and comfortable, but in Winnepeg it was 20 degrees below zero." Included in their tour group is Jean Wright from Aberdeen, who is a relative of Frances (Korthase) Allyn. Forrys plan to return toward the end of the month, after touring warmer climes first. lr. and Mrs. Ted Alexander attended an Eastern Star Friendship night recently in Vancouver. While there they had dinner with Susie Hill who is teaching there. The Alexanders and Sybil Kelley attended another such night in Selah Thursday evening. Mr. and Bill Case and son Alan visited here from Seattle a week ago at the home of his parents, Dr. and Mrs. Ralph Case. While Bill continued to Riehland on business, Mrs. Case and Alan visited the latter's grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Fuhrman took a "sun break" Saturday and enjoyed a short drive to Hood River and return. County Commissioners F. L. Williams and Cecil Shuster spent a day in Olympia last week. While Williams conferred with legislators about the act continuing the 'z- per cent sales tax benefit to cities and counties, Schuster attended meetings of the state Human Relations Council, of which he is a member. Schuster also conferred with legislators on the effects of SB 114, which wouki require local governments to abide by decisions of an arbitration board in cases involving public bodies and bargaining units of uniformed employees. Bruce Yeats, formerly employed at the Klickitat Valley Hospital and recently hospital administrator at Kennewiek, is leaving his position there to become ad- ministrator at Tacoma General Hospital. Taking his place will be Richard B. Shipp, administrator at Skyline Hospital in White Salmon since 1952. Shipp will asume his new duties March 6. Skyline is in- terviewing eight applicants and expects to announce a succsor soon. Mr. and Mrs. James Lefever were in Meridian, Id. over the weekend visiting their son Richard who is doing his student teaching assignment in the Meridian High School. The Rev. and Mrs. Carl Neimitalo, Patty and Jamie were overnight guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Hillman last Thursday. Gme's Cleaners WILL BE CLOSED MOH., FEB. 21 IN OBSERVANCE OF WASHINGTON'S BIRTHDAY Houseguests this week of Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur C. Rainey are her brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Norris of Tigard, Or., who are helping with re- moval of personal belongings from the home of their late mother, Mrs. Walter Norris. The house has been sold to Mr. and Mrs. Floyd VanHoy who plan to move from the country. Weekend guests in addition to the Ivan Norrises were Mr. and Mrs. Bill Knosher of Sacra: mento, Cal., who arrived Thursday and left Tuesday after visiting friends and relatives here; Mr. and Mrs. Don Camp- bell and son of Wenatchee; and Mr. and Mrs .Rod Norris and children of Belie- vue. At the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph McKinney Sunday, 38 guests saw slides and heard commentary by Glen Wil- liams of Glade. He told of his trip to Brazil, where he visited Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Murdock in Brazilia among other adventures and visits. He was accom- panied by his wife Audrey and daughter Linda. Mrs. Williams and Linda have been in New Zealand and were expected home some time this week. Several ladies of the Lutheran Church surprised Alma Suksdorf at her home Monday with a valentine party. Attend- hag were Mildred Clou, Anna Sanders, Elina Crocker, Vivian Wilson, Ruby Rogholt, Dagny Anderson, Myrtle Fol- som, Ella Wissbrod and Loleta Zumwalt. Mrs. Folsom and Mrs. Wissbrod are sisters of Martin Rogholt and are visit- ing the Rogholts. They are from Min- nesota. Mr. and Mrs. Harley Clark hosted a dinner party Sunday in honor of Mrs. Clark's father, Paul Adkison Sr. Attend- ing the dinner besides the senior Adki- sons were Mr. and Mrs. Paul Adkison Jr. and two children from The Dalles, and Mrs. Alma Suksdorf and Mrs. Loleta Zumwalt. Weekend guests at the Glen Benjamin home were Mrs. Benjamin's brother and family, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Dallas and children. Mr. and Mrs. Dallas at- tended the Beta Eta sorority ball while rare. Jeans sale for boys. Texas as senior budget examiner in the officer of Governor Smith. Rick's appointment came shortly before a winter management retreat for com- pany vice-presidents, held this year at San Francisco, and which he and his wife Melinda were privileged to attend. *'k.-k*-k'*'*-k** THEATRE Phone 7734727 or 7/3-4565 Open: 6:45 p.m. -- Show: 7 p.m. THURS, - FRI. - SAT. 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