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lng of the modern education. Henry Setter, of Seattle, ~nas re- tur~ed to Kllckitat. The girls gave a surprise party honoring Mrs. Ernest Ireland Friday evening, at the home of Mrs. Joe HUtchins. Each girl presented the guest of honor with a dainty gift made by herself. The most amusing gavae of the evening was the crock balancing game and was much en- JOyed by all. Eec~ girl did a stunt ~tud there is some very clever tap dancers in the lot. Chorus singing Was enjoyed with Beth Ireland ac- companying them on the piano, after Which dainty refreshments were m~rved by the girls, assisted by Mrs. HUtchins and Beth Ireland. Hostesses Were Betty V,'ark, Enid Hamm, Dorothy Cox, Dorot'ny Nelson, Ellen Nelson, Erma Rices, Eva Mtilerop, Jean Tobin, Molly Magee and Lola May Hutchins~ Thursday evening Girl Scout Troop No. 1 surprised their captain Mrs. Toomey, with a party at the HUbbard hall. Games were played and the guest of honor was present- ed a box of handkerchiefs and some Pot holders. The troop committee were present as guests. Mrs. Non Young and Mrs. Ray Swanson were hostesses at a ptnoc'ale l~rty at the home of Mrs. Young, honoring Mrs. J. B. Robinson end Mrs. Art Nelson. Comic Valentines were used as score cards. Prizes were Won by Mrs. Pete Durkee and Mrs. Roy Southmayd. The honored guests Were each presented with a gift. Oregon Farmer Plans Natural Water Supply "fine following news dispatch ls from the columns of the Christian Science Monitor, and tells of fine hope of one northwestern farmer who hopes to control the water sup- ply for his growing crops: The national forest service has giVen permission to T. C. Murray, of 1)Utur, Ore., to build a five.acre glacier on national forest land ad- Jacant to his backyard. The glacier is a dream of Mr. Murray who hopes to build up the heap of ice In the winter time and drain off fine water in the summer time to irrigate his wheat farm east of Mount Hood. He already diverts water from a .,small creek by meane of a ditch, but he has found the water gets low in the summer. He wi~hes to divert the water this winter from his old ditch into a 14-inch concrete pipe, carry it along the rtdge of a canyon for a distance of 1000 feet, "having four outlets in the pipe. To the outlets Mr. Mnrray will attach spray guns axranged in such a way that the water wil spray down the side of the canyon. He will do the spraying own good time. Your local dealer is ever-ready to "wait" on you. He never demands your attention, yet he is always ready to have you demand his. He offers you Service - - Satisfaction Guaranteed - - Wide Selections - - Higher Qualities - and Lower Prices than the Bell Ringer. SHOP AT YOUR OWN PLEASURE AND CONVENIENCE - - TO YOUR ADVANTAGE! SEND THE PEDDLER ON HIS WAY! EDWARD ABELING, INSURANCE Rea/ EstaCe and /Insurance GOLDENDALE BAKING CO. 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DEAN GILLENWATERS Plumbin~ and Building M~:eria__l~ KAISER BEAUTY PARLOR ~t Methods, ~n~ble Prices SAFEWAY STORES Dependable Prices on Grocerte~ More Representative Business Men and Citizens are Wa nted for this Series. All are invited to join up with this excellent showing. Room for Your Name in the next Announcement in freezing weather, creating a stor- age glacier. In the summer months, as the Ice melts, the water will be carried to his w~eet f~rm through the ditch at the foot of the canyon, he plans. He has bees advised by members of the engineering corps of Oregon State College that his glacier plan is feasible. He {believes he can build up a bank of ice 50 feet thick on the five-acre canyon side during an ordinary winter. ~ would give him 10,890,000 cubic feet of Ice. "'I~e forest service has had no experience with this sort of water storage, but upon advice of our en- gineere we ere willing to issue tbe permit on an experimental basis," stated Foster Steel, assistant su- pervisor of Mt. Hood National For- est. "The agreement provides that the applicant will pay for all of the timber and other resources destroyed in connection with the use of the area involved. Payment would in- clude reimbursement for timber cut In the clearing and for any damage done to roads or trails." No charge will be mode by the forest service for use of the land as long as fine experiment remains on the noncommercial status. I read It in The Sentinel. The revival meetings are now in progress and will continue each even- ing throughout the coming week, except there will be no service on Monday evening. Roy. Frank H. Schmessler Df Val- ley Center. Kansas, is the Evangel- ist in charge and will preach each evening and also on Sunday both morning and evening. Mr. Earl C. Longfellow is ablat- ing Rev. Schnessler in these meet- li ducted by Mr. Longfellow Will be at the Chapman Chapel Tuesdayt Waeh., where his wife died in 1929. a great Joy out of the song service, 1 followed with a sermon by Evangel- I Tuesday afternoon, February 19th, i He finen went to live with his daugh- and the solos of Mr. LongfellOW are ist Schuessler. were very brief, Roy. R. H. Allen of-] tar, Mrs. Emma ~toodwin, ~tt Van- exceptionally spiritual and uplifting. Remember the services are to con- ficiating. Mrs. Joel Abshier contrib-I couver, B. C. He was married to ~o~, ~,h ..... ~,~- ;o ,,-o~,~ wl~. tinue each evening next week except luted with two beautiful selections,[ Louise Sktbbe In The D~lles, Ore., suc'h~powe;'*a'~nd~wi;hVsuch":0bae~" Monday. Bring your friends and I Interment was in the I. O. O. F. in 1886. ground of rich Christian expertenses First Baptist Church come along. I Cemetery , ~ He leaves one daughter, Mrs. upon which to draw for his tllustra- Rev. C. E. Hanes, Pastor There is a Welcome Here. Surviving the baby are its parents, t Emma Goodwin. He was an uncle of tions that as one wbo has been~ear- grandfather F. H Anderson, andI Leo F. Bruno, of Northdalles. ing him said: "He almost llft~ You Methodist Episcopal Churchuncle Robert Anderson. The floral[ out of your seat." And indeed ~ev- tributes were many and beautiful.I so The sympathy Of the entire commu-i Evangelistic Meetings nity is extended to the young couple. Wm. Brune ! are Drawing Crowds lngs as soloist, song leader and young people's director and will furnish special music for each of these services. 10:00 A. M. Bible School. 11:00 A. M. Evangelist Schnesalerl will preach. Special music will be a! Robert H. Allen, Minister eral have already been ll~0ved with repentance for the sing o~ their Our services for Sunday, February lives and such anxious de~ to 24th are:---- dedicate their lives to the service of 10:00 A. M. Church School. God that they have come forward 11:00 A. M. Morning Worship, upon the invitation; to publt~ con- "The Church of the Living God."Wm. Bruno died February 14th, fess their faith in the Lord Jesus 6:30 P. M. Epworth League. 1935, at the home of his daughter, The Evangelistic C~mpalgn which Christ. as their Savior and L~d~ 7:30 P. M. Evening Worship "I Mrs. Emma Goodwln, at Vancouver, is being conducted by The First Baptist Church of Goldendale and Rev. C, E. Hence, Pastor of the Follow the Road." B.C., at tbe age of 87 years. He which is being led ,by Evangelist local B~tptist Church says in an- i was born at Chainvald, Pommern, Frank H. Schuessler of Valley Cen- nounclng these meetings: ,,TheRe- ~ Prussia. ter, Kansas, and assisted by Mr. Earl viral is on and will continue through- J Obitu After serving through the F~anco- C. I~ongfellow as soloist, song Isad- out all next week ~ith servtc, at ary German war 1870-71, he came direct er and co-worker Is drawing a good 7:30 each evening with ti~ excep- "from Germany to Rockland, Wash., crowd for every meeting. Moreover. tion of Monday evening w~ ~kere Joan EHen Anderson In 1872. After working on the Rock- the i~rterest and enthusiasm of those will be no serylce held." Roy. Hanes land ferry for several yee.rs he joined in attendance is Increasing and many says further that it Is his desire Joan Ellen Anderson,infant his brother, Charles Bruno, in the are inviting their friends to come that everyone in the community so far as poesdble avail themselves of the opportunity of attending the~e meetings. "Bring your friends and come along.'" lays. It pays to read end use the Want held I Ads. "