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IMAGE SMALLTOWNPAPERS, INC. ALL CONTENT COPYRIGHTED ALL RIGHTS RESERVED USE SUBJECT TO LICENSE AGREEMENT. REPRODUCTION, DISSEMINATION, STORAGE, DISTRIBUTION PROHIBITED. PAG]I TWO THE GOLDENDALE SENTINEL---The Home N svamrr THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 191 It. I 1 P III I I I I r I Spring's SPRING Gay Arrtwaba O, DRESSES S LTI: T S tot so litat P tds, Colo t $4.9s LOVELY SPRING STYLES The .new finger-tip length For dreu and gporta--new With jackets, with capelets, jacket--or length swag- cheeks plaids, ombr el. f ts and novelty surfaced or in trimly tailored lines! gsrs! Handsome tweedg, woolens for drew! We- White, flesh, maize, blue-- novelties, flannelg, arepl and Mill' Misses' sizes 14 to 20. basket weavml ,i ton's week) Thus the truthful frame of mind. It is I, the K. H. S. Report- er back again to torment you with my icUocymcr~Sies. '(or don't ~e talk your language?) So what? On with the nears! ! ! Ye sports editor reports new, more Watch for Special Announcement of a Mighty Money-Saving Event ..... i ..... , ,iI ,, , ,,' I ' ..... , , ' audience with a taste of home life !not find the stakes large enough news, and still more news!! Tonight,: we shall venture forth into battle once more. This time the victims (?)l will be Wishram. So be prepared tel see us victorious. We feel ,more full~ of wim wlgor, and witality than usual. Here is something I haven't mentioned before, that is worthy of mention. Our girls Physical Ed. Class haB been going out rifling every Fri- day. Some are becoming good shots, so watch your steps now, all arch enemies! Our gym is coming along fine, and are we glad? They have Not being able to get any help, or think up any more news, I will have to close now. Adios, until next week ! (Conttnuad on Page ~) Late Happenings from the Wishram Section Mrs. F. G. Bunn and Mrs. Albert Br~hm were in The I~lles Tuesday. Mrs. C. W. Clark was In The Dallas Tuesday having dental work done. Mrs. J. A. Abney and Gilbert, Valoris Clark and Imogene went over in the evening, and all attended a show. of Qoldendale, visited Monday at the R. F. Niblock home. Mr. and Mrs. Halstead Degman, of Bingen, visited lmst week at the ~aome of Mrs. Degman's mother, Mrs. Maude Perks. Mrs. Don MOrgan, of Vancouver, visited Friday at the Lester Dicker- son home. Jack Brace and family have mov- ed [back to Lyle, after an absence of several months. Mrs. Jackson, son and family, of KBlso, spent the past week visiting at the home of Mrs. Jackson's sister, Mrs Maude Parks. ThB boys end girls 4-H'Club gave a program and basket social last Thursday. A large crowd attended. Jess Garner is able to be out again, home of her grandfather, Stump. Mrs. C~hris Franzen was a ness visitor in Goldendale lest Mrs. Fukuda and children visitors in Portland over the end. :; A. R. McNeil is somewhat im ~d in health. He has been to his home for the past two Miss Clara Coleman spent weekend at the home of her Mr. and Mrs. George Coleman, Bingen. The Johnson boys, Sidney Erwin, ~mve purchasBd the old bar shop building and have wrecking it. James VanBiber, daughter and husband, and Mrs. Raymond, shoes, stakes, and "would Jbe" horse- shoe champions. Willie Wif~tersteln and Paul Fielding thought they were the champions until Mr. Johnson and Coach Coombs "trimmed them." Coach and Mr. Johnson sling some wicked shoes. Some bright boy did- ThB Queen-Alva Brazelton. The Prin- cess- Raymond Hill, The Duke-Mar- ietta Lawler, The curtain-Marguer- ite Lawson, Shakespeare-John Brun- son. No wonder SIhal~eapeare died when he did*. The Sophomores pre~nted the Wishram. Miss Elva Grunnett, of Vancouver visited Mm. Ray Chitister Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Duffield and children, of Goldendale, visited Mrs Duffield's mother, Mrs. W.H. ) McGrath and family Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Br~tnard and 4 daughter drove up from Vancouver Sunday to spend the day wit~ Mr. Haney. Mrs. F. L. Webber and Mrs. J. B. Lantry went to S~lem Monday to visit their son and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. L B. Lantry. i Win. Clark was celled to Portland Sunday on account of the serious ~J,-~'Ad~'~" ~ i illness of his son. U= lf~dn' Ceil[ O~ line llOOO ~S~ll John Johnson spent the weekend ~ ~ ~ W ~ ~ i in Vancouver. A4 ~ ~ ~, ~ ~ ~ HI Mr. and Mrs. Alvin John spent .._W~tD~mPSl"I~PwAt.~I[I~4.4~s HH Sunday in Portland. I Mrs. H. C. Krauspe spent the weekend In Portland. ~I~~__~ N~ ~Me~ A number of Masons went to Gold- endale M0nday afternoon to attend i the funeral of R. J. Willis. Mrs. Roy Curtis went to Vancou-~~~0~ I I /~ ~~ ver Monday afternoon. W. C. Patrick, of Portland, is in __ ~e___-_ ~_Oi~T1iU . Yti& ~i;~" ' (t "~P~d~t*tt~m~"~ Wishram in the interest of the Rail- [ / / t reed Employees National Pension ~.Aw o~ ~ ~ ~ I I I ~ ~. ~ i I f ~OPt~ Association, he being the national or- ~l~ ~ ~ ~t ~R [ L ~ ~c ~ ganizer for the states of Washington ~ - ~ -~ ~_J~L_ and Oregon. FUNERAL EXPENSES Mr. and Mrs. George Coffield and They axe only what you make them. Our charges are alwaYS Raymond attended the Willis fu- on the basis of standard prices for the services and materials natal in Gold.endale Monday. fmmished. P. N. Frial went to Portland Men- People in limited circumstances will find our services well day on a ~business trip. within their reach, and suitable to their needs. Mrs. W. H. McGrath has been con- fined to her home the past week with MERLE W. CHAPMAN a bad cold. FUNERAL DIR~(YrOR Young Lyl-e' ple RELIANCE CREAMERY AND COLD [ are ed Last Sunday STORAGE PLANT LYLE--Miss Betty Demarest, aid- I estDomarest,daughterofOf Lyle,Mr" andeadMrS. FrancisWayne Reliance Creamery Butter- Ice Creua -i Jaksha, of Northdalles, were united CASH PAID FOR YOUR CREAM--Complete ODLD STORAGB pI~a~lT I in marriage Sunday morning at nine o'clock at the Demarest home. The Individual Dockers, All Sisea. We ~teli Ice. I young couple wlll make their home at Northdalles. The be~t wls~aes of[1 ~ ~4~t'~~.~t~t~ the community are extended to them IF YOU WANT for a long end happy wedded life. Mr. and Mrs. L. H. I~wson 1~ave FRESH BREAD purchased the Lyle Hotel, taking possession Saturday of last week. ASK FOR " Mrs. Z.H. Baxlowwesabusiness~ GOLD KRUST visitor in Goldendele last Thursday. , Ernest Crane, of Shelton, spent ,I A HOME ENTERPRISE SUPPORTING the weekend at the home of his par- HOME PEOPLE ants, Mr. and Mrs. W. V. Crane. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Dressler ~ GOLDENDALE BAKING CO. and daughters Patrlcla and, Barbara ~ ' J*-~ I cannot tell a lie! (Of course YOU know that this is George Washing- Klickitat High School reporters will tell you all about them. What again the Seniors are in the lime-light? Tsk! Tsk! Another money raising (they hope) proposi- tion. Well, 'tls a benefit dance to be i given on March 2. Okay, we'll be there and we hope everyone will be there too! ! ..... rolled along with very few news so he tried Daryl Spaldings neck (?) called Post-Nuptial Spat. Tnlsi .~ .~ . ~tems or scandal to write about, but but this kinda stretched the horse- little act was portrayed by tree . ...... .._ ~ w~n oo my east in trying to report shoe. Erickson and MurlelStonewztn . , . i over the aappenings of the last week Plans are now in progress for boys Lawrence Schroder announcing, i Last F " rida ni ht m k Goldendale High" School lnterclass basketball games. The Fresh could not find anything finish of th-e mug ~'- easzetoall g .... lear. edseason.the --- Shoe Box Mystery Solved clever enough to suit them so thBy 18 games w ........ ,, ere ptayea, 11 OI wnlcn The G. H. S ,basketball season At the Girl's League Party last just said, 'Skip it, and sat in the we won ........... ended Saturday night when the Tim- I Thursday night numbers were drawn audience do sa- so wmcn ]sn t so van, If I ' Y myself bar Wolves bowed to Odell. by all the girls. Those drawing odd Next on the program was somei Well, here we'come to the matter Wednesday night in a preliminary ~ numbers were condemued to remain letters written to and answered by of the basketball game with White ame the G H S Reserves defeat [ 1 g .... " (of course) air s and those drawing Grandma Glada Sktpit. Many minds Salmon What ~ no we ~i ..... , , i " , u un t win, ed the Meat Company Reserves by a w r s even numbers e e the 'boy .' How- ?:re enlightened by this cheerful lwe didn't even come near their score of 18 to 12. lever i,t Was found that some of the (.) sonl. After each letter was read,[score but we did our best (We have Friday night the Wolv~ met de-[, boys ' were as odd as the girls. The the people concerned were asked toI an alibi to offer this time (Mattson feat at the hands of Wap to irls ~ instructed to ecor g we e d ate come forward to be presented with our re " " I gular center was unable to The lineup was: .someshoe boxes. The "boys" were a copy of the Skipit News edited]play because ~f .~icknes~ q'b ...... t 21 ............. Goldendale: (10) Wapa o: ( ) led to the upper halls where they by thB Juniors. l at the final gun was: Columbia Case (7) F Vanderbrink (2) were told bags of money were hid- The final touch to the afternoon lUnion High School-54, Centerville- Erickson F Chambers (2) den. After the battle was oar the was thB passing out of the Valen-[7. Bradstreet C Graber (4) victors emerged with their stacks of tines and-the Skipit News contain-I The second team was equally un- Brunson (2) G Lynch !9! money. By this time the shoe bexesitng all the scandal that could belfortunate, although this g~me was aacroux t~ usvorn ~ were *beautifully decorated and tak-: Beraped up in school (and them I somewhat closer than the first team's Substitutions: Goldendale, W. Ed- en downstairs to be filled with eat- some). Igame. The final score Was: White dy (1), Van Hey, Rutledge, M. Ed- ables (or were they). The boxes Having spent a very pleasant af-[Salmon-46, Centerville-23. dy; Wapato, Aller Hoptunt. ... Were whisked upstairs where theI ternoon, everyone took his heart and] "Now look your best boys; smile, Personals ~oldenuam, uase ~), autioneer Edna l : I --- Mil or, undertook] went home. [look at the birdie. Smile, don't chew W. Eddy (2), Bradstreet (2), Van- her big task Now the boys start-I Promisin- Poet l"our ~'um ......... " ~ I: ~ , now tnat ISParcel', are Hey (1), Rutledge (1), Jaeroux (1); ed bidding for the appetizing look- The Juniors have definitely set]just some of the phrases the B B Wapato, Chambers (3), Lynch (1), ing shoe boxes. Some of the boxes[the date for the Junior Prom to take ~ boys heard 1 .... rids-" a .... "'" " a~t ~ y ~ xne ualles Osborn (2).. ....... ] sld fr as $500"00" The. d .as .'/place March firBt in the High Schooll Photographer Studio. The boys xn the prenmznary tne G. 14. ~. tng young gentlemen look their fair, auditorium We don't kn~w *f -~^,motor^a .......... - , u --~ vu ~ raB l)alles anu ned their Reserves were defeated by Winter s young ladies to the basement where should tell or not, but We were sort pictures ........ taken, before tne game The Go-Getters 10 to 12 :the contents of the boxes were de-[of tipped off that it is to be decorat Ipictures - - " I " i -] Wlll be sent some time next The lineup for the Odell game lvoured. ThB rest of the evening w~s[ed like a Spanish Garden. Don't for-! week. was i spent in dancing and playing gamesget your shawls and guitars We ' What am id for : ' 4 .I . ] ' , I b this b~sket? Goldendale: (21) Odell: (3)1 Cupid Ret.tu~,~ I have a balcony that might serve theI 25c who II make it 30~ 25 who'll W, Eddy (3) F Vanck (6)j As per usual the Juniors put onJpurpose for serenading. More will be/make it 309 30c~ 30 who'll mak~ it Erickson (5) F , Hill (10lithe annual Valentine program. Aitld about the Prom as soon as we/50? 50c! 50 Who'll make it eo?~5"o Bradstreet (2) C 0Connell (4)Ivory r(~mantie and clever programlfinu out ourselves. ]who'll make it 60~ 60e~ 60 who'll Case (5) G Sampson (6) ] was presented consisting of a dona-[ Essay Contest to Begin / 70? 60 once, 60 twice, 60c third and Jaeroux (6) G Nunamakerltion from each class. [ Mrs. Laura Collins, State presi-ilast ti,me, Sold to the man in the Subetltutions: C~ldendale, Brun-] The first number was Cupid's MIs-~ dent of the American Legion AuxiN] derby hat! Come, and take it away~" ~on, Rutledge, M. Eddy; Odell: New- takes presented by the Seniors. Thetiary, addressed the assembly last lThat is Just to give you an Idea of man (4), Byars (2), Engles, Kirby talented cast consisted of the fnllow-[week informing the students abouttthe job the auctioneer had last Sat- (2). ling: Tall old Maid-LoraineVan Hoy,/the annual Essay Contest sponsoredlurday night at the Basket Social Personals Goldendale, Bradstreet m n Her I M r an Scrub b the Am : i Short fat a - o d o g , ~ y ertcan Legion Auxiliary. lgiven by the P. T. A. It Was well (1), Rutledge (1), Jacroux (1) ; [ woman-Louise Linden, Young man-[ Mrs. Collins also presented Mr. John. lattended" The progam of skits and Odell, Hill (1), O'Connell (1), Samp- I James Elliot, Athletic girl-Ednal son with a copy of an American clti- I musical numbers was very interest- son (3), I~yars (1). [Miller, Old man-Richard Hobbs Ma-lzenship examination and a code of ling. Come on'you P. T. A.'ers give In the preliminary the G. I~ S. Itron-Peggy Grow, Tramp-Glenn/the American flag for the use of thelUS another! Reserves and Winters Go-Gettere]Smith, Society girl-Kathryn San- i students participating in the con-I Last Wednesday night the Boy played a tie game. In a two minute strum, Farmer-Kenneth ~W~tson. }test. Scouts entertained the people of the overtime period the (]o-Getters scor-iLast but by no means least, Cupidt "Soph Entertai~nent', l community with a Rodeo. All went ed two points winning the game 11 was portrayed ,by Gordon Hill, tal-/ The ,Sophomores are respansi~ble/Wsll until the neck of the horse to 9. These two teams clash again~entBd ballet dancer of G. H.S. ] for the assembly program this week. broke, thereby causing that act to Tuesday night. ! The second number on the pro- The program will be presented ,be cut short. The program was very Practise for the horseshoe tourna- gram was a very tonching one an- Thursday instead of Friday becauselinteresting and included calf roping, ment is ncew in full swing. The tar- titled Shakespeare s Dress Rehearsal of no school Friday, thanks to Wash-I riding bucking horses, mounted bas- rttory on the other ~de of the wood- presented by the Juniors. The cast ington. They are planning a series ketba~l, etc. After the program, pile is now being occupied by horse- as as follows: The king-Both Hurd, of vaudeville skits. Next week the lpopcorn and lemonade were served. Centerville School Notes Well, another week of school has practically finished excavation for l~rs Ortls Obsen visited her par- 'after being confined to his home forI Pondosa, Ore., spent the weekend the basement, and the plans are to ants M,r end Mrs W~ F Sogreves, thB past ten days. I the I. B. Hewett home, and also have it complete for the graduation while Mr" Olsen wL a~ray'on a {busi Chester Mansfield and family have i ited friends in Glenwood. ~ (~ exercises this spring --- (Hurrah). hess trip" " moved to White Salmon, where fl]eyi -~"i Well, enough for that. Mrs O E J c~n and daughter~ will make their home. Yelm, Washington i'i~ ! Now for our social nB~. We did- ~o~,~ ~o~ .:.o~,,~o~ ~..._ ~ .... Mr and Mrs G1Bn Parks, of Sin-I ot have our party, and I have an day. gen, visited at the home of Mrs. l (Too late for last week) :'!1 idea that it will he sometime yet be- W C Johnston and P L Williams Maude Parks one day lest week. [ This part of the country is havin~:.| fore we get around to it. (what has were" in" Goldendale Thlr-d^-Mrs. Bert Dymond who has been l beautiful sunshiny weather. It i~| happened to our initiat!ve, anyhow?) Earle Hawkins spent a few days visiting at the home of her daughter, warm and the meadow larks a~::! i wett, anyway we will nave an extra at home He is workin- in Portland Mrs. J. E. West and family, the past singing. ~,| day off this week-~Friday, to be George' Lrau~oter,- .... go[ Tacoma,-" "] ten days, returned ~lome withMr!. The berry growers are very busY:| exact. George Washington has prey- - .......... [Dymond Monday !cutting out tbe old canes and toP~| SvvP:::2m?W clays v,s,t,ng tr,eno~s ,n, " ping the preTent growth. They, like;! ed a good old fellow after all. B,ut of .~.. _ Mrs. Demarest is visiting her son~ course, we have to have Just a wee ...... Wayne Demarest and family t e wheat g owers, are holding o~,| i Mrs. ~'ranK Douge anu Y~ung son ' b t of bad news to balance things up. s ant the weekend in VancouverFuneral services were held SundayI and hoping for better prices thin1 This is the ~week when all good *books P " et the Lvle chur-~ ~-~ ~-~ ~ .... , year. she l G ss Brahm, of Vancouver, has " " ~ Mrs. D. M. Calvin is at home re-I u d come to the aid of their pos- b~on i- *~ .... * e.,ffi da-~ Smith, of Khck]tat, who passBd away l gassers and when light bills go up~ ........... v Portland ,,.~ q~ .... a... ~. ~..~. i cuperating from a serious goitre opt:Ii Need' we ex--lain further----six ,'_ Mr. Brehm fell and broke his leg ............:' "~" ~"~'l v weeka, ~,~, ,~,~ ~,M o,~t h,,, ~o -hlo +- Interment was in the Appleton came-j oration. Mrs. Calvin stood the opBra-:I exams. What a forbiding sound those ..... ~' .......... v ............. ,~ I tion fine. J three little words ha--e ~,^_, _ __,_ get around with the use of a crutch. "'~'~" ! . - ~v~ weva "~,.~a ...... ~"" ~h"~ ~,,n,~o~, school Herb Hathaway was a visitor in Otto Isom has his sister and hail you'll know whether or not we all * .... ~ ....... ~ ...... # '~" ........ husband and grandson with theVa,:| ~h~ht!emod:lbyhe;i~!!ilaHhn~r R~! :i gww%ai: ~ePf!iid~i:i:!_mhd:er~tii::i:e~r~!! ~W:~!:~C!:Ei!:~t: Ct:kft, o:f ~:ni Marvin Knapp is also with them. '1 ' s - Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Calvin and~1 " - "1 uc terville, visited at t1~e Lester Dicker son Lyle were on the prairie SundaY': ~ planning as usual is the Seniors eectaed it was ~ now~ ng s coos. They spent Friday' morning select'i Mrs. Cecil Allen and two sons son home Sunday. Lyle and his sister Velma are haV~:!!f"= ing. class rings, and are they spent the weekend in Vancouver. Mrs. W. V. Crane was a White ing quite a filbert orchard set out o~| - - Salmon visitor Saturday. their berry farm . serum t]ous~ We r Mrs Charles Carson, ot vancou will s::n be a littl: b[:ti:othh:;htah:d[ ver, spent the weekend in Wishram. Mrs. Thomas Thornberg has re- Mrs. May Tebbs Overmire, of:t turned home from Hollywood after mighty to notice all of Poe n Miss Vtvian Burr, of Vancouver, , Olympia, ie at home now with tliei:| us r I - new ba%y girl, that was born at S~/ spending thB winter there with her forgers, visited, her father Saturday. daughter Well, folksies, next is the ~ossin R.M. Myles was in Portland on Peters hospital a few weeks ago,'~. column. Are you listntn? Whenhere business Friday. Ceefl West and family have rented Mrs. Overmire is a niece of I~ 1 an apartment at the A R McNeil Tebbs, of Goldendale. goes. Mrs. Clarence Croffu{ and son 'home, where they ~fll 'make' theirl" ' Lester Isom and family live el Why does Helen D. like to walk Jack went to Portland Saturday withhome for the present'" Dota, where he is employed as state through the mill at night? (Little Mrs. Helen Croffut, veho is leaving Mrs. Daffron and Mrs. Bradford mechanic. Minister?) for Seattle, where she will spend a were {business visitors in The Dallast The PrenticBs are busy setting out ] Why has Mr. A such a contented month visiting. (?) expression on his face to day? Mrs. Milton Smith, of Lyle, was in Friday. I fruit trees and caring for theft Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Daggett, ofI berrie~. | Well, this is all the gossip for Wishram on businees Saturday. Portland, visited at the home oft ~ [ this week, so ~wait patiently until George Coffield was in Goldend~le their daughter Mrs. Raymond] Spain seems to be supplantln~ | next week, and perhaps I'll have on business Saturday. Thompson. I China as the nation where they ~ave: i some more choice morsels. Mrs. Ernest Honey and daughter, K. H. S. Reporter of Vancouver, spent the weekend in Patricia White is visiting at the more revolutic,ns than anything else' |