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March 11, 1948

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SUBJECT TO LIC 3REEMENT. REPRODUCTION, DISSEMINATION, STORAGE, DISTRIBUTION PROHIBITED. J \\ ~. ~D 1879 i wOAARHDONOR ! S !I UNCED toveFis" Salutatorian o ]l County Calendar Thursday -- Chamber of Commerce ladies and guests' night at Center- ville Grange hall, 7:00 p.m. Friday---O. E. S. Kensington meets at Mrs. Lucille An- dersen's home, 2:30 p.m. Friday -- Juvenile Grange meets at Methodist church, 8:80 pmq. Friday -- Pleasant Valley Grange meets at hall, 8:00 p.m. Saturday -- Firwood Club amm~..~arles Br~ck will'-'--'-'- be valedic- meeting and dance, start- L ~1% ~or the Goldendale high ing at 8:00 p. m. | JrJ! graauating class of 1948, Sunday--Church Services. ~rcfing to announcement macle Sunday-~No. 12 Riding Club ~week by Supt. Paul 'WI meets at clubhouse, I:00 ~son Class salutatorian will p.m. ~elen Stover. Monday~Goldendale Choral ~tarles is %~he son of Mr. and Club meets at I-L S.. 8:00 I1 : ~ elen is the .-~-.... -~-t'_" ~ ~--~-~_.~, .. ---~-~. Ii Gotdendale, Washington, Thursday, March 11, 1948 Vol. 69. No 11 For i - I OYSTER STEW "FIND" NETS GOOD RETURN ASKS EARLY New Groups Enter DUI'IUUL TO WHITE SALMON MAN ~o b~ ~v~=oo~ m~o DISPOSAL OF C ig PROPOSALS ~ ~n~o~me,~ho~= ampa n To Secure was the recent perchase by FARE WELL ~~o~on~w~o~ COMPLAINT $15 oj 000 For Pr ect the Top Hat ir~ Gel=lea:date. In his stew Hanson found ________ ~~:2~!i two pea;is. Out o, curiosity, Answer Filed This Week Bv) " ~ ' ~-- . 1 1000 Hi h he showed them in Golden- County r'lerk 1..~... 7u;iPnmar3 Improvement Club Sets Goa of $ , ; g dale and White Salmon and ler anal ~ife to"S't'at~s S~,~;" School Student Association Promises To Raise $1,500; was assurred they i~ad n9 ar~ Recover-, S, it ", ~ew urive To Be Completed By April 1 So Pool May Be value. Later, however, he ; J '~" i Used This Summer displayed them to a Greek in An early ~hearing is being re-I quested by County Clerk John Two additional groups have entered the campaign to raise A Miller and wife on the eom- I $15,000 for completion of Lhe War Memorial Swimming Pool, accord- plaint which is being brought by~ing to announcement made this week by Supt. Paul W. Johnson the state attorney general tO iThe Primary Improvement club of the Primary school assumed a force repayment of salary which, i quota of $1,000 to be raised through the efforts of its members, each it is contended, was paid Mrs.. Four of the five special school levies presented to voters in four sci~eol dishiets of Klickitat coun- ty last Saturday were approved by the voters. The one proposi- tion which failed to pass was one i,vbich sought a 20-mill special i ievy for a new heating plant fDr Seattle and was nromptly offfered $350 for them. This sounded like a g.:~od deal to Hanson and he ac- cepted. The purchaser then told him he expected, in turn, to make $1,000 on the It is a t, writer F ~i._ t school, ~s~rhf.~le staff of laB noB beining ~o ~ ~cnoo~ annual I leaping ;~ one nab also :b, i The t Me ~he Girls Gold state examiner, uted ~y~st:~se twothree isc ary overpayments, lweek ~p aar~ual ~e~ The state, inounced ~raent ~>ol ii I Or/an !! wil adopt" o. y set Sunday ,m s e 'to 15 years tiary by Judge Court Tuesday II