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Page Two THE GOLDENDALE SENTINEL--Goldendale, Washington I SOCIAL ACTI'v'ITIES i4-H Sewing Club Improvement Shower Honors !LYle P. T.A. Has [,Meeting Re____ rted Club Conv____eenes Mrs. Dean Bigby Meeting March 2 ,Four new members have joined tu.ed a program by the fourth , the Stylairs 4-H Sewing c Lib. grade students which was thor- LYLE (Seth-l) -- TheLvie They are Lore Barnedt, Palula " Wilcox, Jo Ann Lee and Jeanine P::~ent-Tc:lchor Association met Lamoveaux, making a total of 12 M:~ "oil 2 with a p. ood attendance. _ . ~,~ . . - ., ~. mimuers now in our club. Foe Rrotlp look anaciive p3r~mj } col'- B-'r"ed+ . . ..: ~ a . ~ was elected as the d;scm;slon, one otthe topics ;.....; ..... a .,. . , h~.~mr.m anu .u Ann Smith was }xmg the Red Cro!;5 swlmmuig ..... a, .......... ll~lllell i,l~cl.-~tlL~t. projcct for the coming summer, j Over $5,00 was netted from the Great interest was shown by the bazaar we recently held. Every parents wi~o were present. {article sold was hand made by Anether topic ~f current in-members of the club. During the A lovely ~-lork shov:er "was giv- en at the home of Mrs. tIenry Culver t,he evenin~ of M::rch 1 for Mrs. Dean Bigby, with Mrs. Arthur W;'kman as hostess. Those p.-es(nt we;'e Miss Pat Armelina, Mesdames Fred Mac- Donald, of Redmond, Oregon; Frank Bowman, of Kelso; Ken- neth MeKee, Robert Imrie, Thur- man Ward, C. E. Crooks, Harold Hill, William Ove~ly, Daryl Spalding, George Willis, Clifford Granum, M. C. Bigby,Ernest Seibold, Alfred Boysen Henry Culver and the hostess. Several appropriate games were played before the guest of honor opened the many attract- ive and useful gifts. Delicious ref:'eshmen~s :,ere ~erved from a cleverly decorated table. .... , ,i I retest was the school election. Patrons were urged to vote on March 6. The cast fo~" the home talent play was int"oduced and it was announced that according to ~resent plans the date for pre- ;entation will be April 2. Announcement also was made that the Gold Leaf certificate for membership has been received. There are now 126 members. The report on the lunch served at the dance on February 14 ,showed a profit of approximately JUVENILE GRANGE i 17 .......... t The two dollar attendance /uvenile t.,range will nold the~ . ~award went to th~ seventh and regular meeting Friday mght of ;el hth r , g~ g ad_ rooms for the see- th'.s week a~ eight o'clock m the !end time thi? year. basement of the Methodi;t! A program followed the meet- church, ling, consisting of a skit by the high school boys and directed by PHONE 1874 =,s M.urdock. Two color movies I were shown, followed by the t serving of doughnuts and coffee. For Garbage Hauling The next meeting of the gl-oup ivill be featured by election of Bob Byars offi,cors, aocor ing to the an- nouncement by Lauretta Read, ~ publicity chairman. P.-T. A. carnival the gkls are go- 'ing to have another fancy work :,bazaar. Date of the carnival is 'March 19. r,, ;Firwood Club To Meet Saturday The Firwo~al and Agri- cultural club will hold its reg- ular meeting Saturday night, 'March 13, from 8:00 to 9:00 o'clock. Following the meeting there will be .a dance. i Ladies are asked to please l bring sandwiches or cake which i will be s01d during the dance. ANTLER'S CLUB ~TEWARD WHITE SALMON (Special) -- I M. C. McDermotl has accepted !the position as steward of the iWhite Salmon Antlers Club. The position left open due to the ,:resignatin of Howard Robbins several weeks ago. McDermott l was formerly postmaster of the White Salmon Past Office. We've slashed furniture prices so you can have the merchandise and we can have the space ... HURRY AND GET IN ON THE BARGAINS! NEW... @ Swing Rockers, were $59. Now $39.00 Club Chairs, were $49.50.. Now $29.95 @ Boudoir Chairswere $20.75 Now $9.75 @ Daveno & Chair, sale special .... $125 USED... Daveno & Chair, reduced to ...... $70 @ Daveno & Chair, velour .......... $65 Other Davenos, from ............ $15 Magazine Racks What-Not Shelves Boudoir Cases Other Items ! Chrome DINETTE SET CAO table and 4 chairs, $59.00 Value ...... n'l e50 O W. Main , Bert Mansfeild, Mgr. ......... !ough]y enjoyed by the 59 moth- ers present. i A nominating committ:e in- '.eluding Catherine Canfield, De,sic McKay and Bernice Jack- 'son was appointed to nominate 'officers for the coming year. i In order to replenish Ihe dish- i towel supply at the grade scm el ~iunchroom, all mothers are asked i to bring a dishtowel to the next meeting. i Primary hnprovement club 'will be known as "A Committee ]of Fifty" in the Swimming Pool Benefit Drive and have set a goal of $1,000 with a $15 quota l permember. This Committee ! I will compete with the Chamber~ !ofCommerce "Committee of At Home In SalemI Bickhton News ni.ht,at nineMarcho'clock.20' Dancing ] Mrs. Pearle Sharp was en~ Delma Allbritton rained with a birthday ,dinner J }!he Jack Sharpe home. Mr. ?, Roy VanNostcrn waselected lMrs. Bov Sharpe, Mr. and )1 school director at the Saturday Carl carter, Mrs. Ruby C~ !m!.et:.ng for a term of three years, and family, and Mr. and I Mrs. Haze! Jensen and Mrs. Kenneth Mains and daugl~ One Hundred" in reaching itsi goal first. v l All members of No.12Ri'ding club who are interested in par-I tieipating in the various riding l Mr. and Mrs. W. James Mc- events for the coming season are !Kenzie are now at home in the asked to ride to the clubhouse I Ambassador Apartments in by 1:00 p.m. Sunday after;~oon, {Salem, Oregon. They were mar- March 14. Iried in Salem February 4. The If weather conditions are un-lbride is the former Dorothy favorable, members ar~ asked to 'Rnve~ daughter of Mr. and Mrs. contact the dritl master, Earl lti~H'' . . Boyes, and the groom is ill. O. Wilson were hostesses for i a kitchen shower for Mrs. Loren !Lc::ter Tuesday afI,~:'naon. ! Ti~ere will be Grange prae- trice Wednesday evening, March 117, at seven o'clock. Officers be I sure and be there i Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Ingrain lore home again after spending j the winter in Ca!ifornia. ! Mr. and Mrs. Bud Bunyan and {baby boy, of The Dali,,~, were i weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. I G. E. Marvel and family ! Alfred Hansen and m~0hew, of iDc'nmark are here to 4"isit and iwo'k for six months. Alfre:] is l a brother of Cris Hansen, of Bic- i kleton. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Mains are moving to the Johnson school i house where they will make their home while working for Walt Johnson. Stanton Ganders, Charles Bromley, and Mr. and Mrs. Or- ville Wallirtg visited WRite Creek Grange March 2. Max Read spent the weekend at 'the Detmar Shattuek home. Mrs. Hazel Jensen entertaihed !the C. E. Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Donoho and Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Jensen Thursday, March 11,~~ ['., were present Mr. and Mrs. Loyd VanHO!~ baby girl was very ill and~ l~lq, taken to the valley for me~ "--~ carE, Mr. and Mrs. Durman I son and family visited in valley Sunday. Mrs. Ge.o,~e Graham has quit,-, ill. Mr. and Mrs. M. A. left %r Chicago fast week .~one about ten days. lins' grother, who was {to be soriously ill, is better. Mrs. Jack Smith and and Mr. and Mrs. Whitmore were Sunday e dinner guests of Mr. Durman Rassm,usson and Dooley. I the son of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. i,left Wednesday, March 3, for Utah ,on business. P .......................[McKenzie, of Goldendale. ~. ,.~.&~r~l v~,-,.,-.y ~ItAN~E Mrs. Nmma McCredy had a t-ieasant ..... valley ....... tarange w~, J" - "~ ./ , ~'new phone installed, in her homeI , t=te l-'resloent i Saturday She would enjoy hay meet for the regmar session onl~' ,~ ,~.- ',. - ... -/ w,,;a .... P, ht of this ..... k ~a~r,'h~ ..... ~.,~,,, , ~. . mg her znenos .cau her. .... M" a d Mrs Oscar Hemtz ~. 12, at the hall. The meeting will I~.~t W~,~IU Uomln .. .... " ..... International , -~/wom ~o ~ot~,ano ~as~ wee~ on :~ open at eight o clock, l ---------- " " " ** , . Ibusmess. ~; Correspondence Sc Arrangements were mane ~v .......... ~: " ' ; t~narles ~romle an~ urVllte the affmers of the local Women s .......... Y .... I':' .~ ... >a "~-:,- ~rnion for waning artenaeo a v~range O,IIl-I,~ t~nrlsuan 'iemper,~,,ce ~, h O'l . For Information in Re ,. . . .-, .,,. r~tlb. eers sc o i ast Thursdayt~ tne state preslaent, ivlrs, n y "~r- Newt n , _1. tote lvi ~ ~rommy ann , Lane Raflsback and the s , :". ..... [:. to over 400 eourses--wr ........... ~... ', ..... ~.~m~,, aaugnters FrlylllS and Ethel vis- -:o '' " ' " "~olden ltea lvl ~vir.s ueorge l~l:i" 1. C. SWANSON to speak extensively In t.i . - .~,~ . ".' ;.;__ __ ," ~ ' dale on Wednesday March 10. o~a~l~eir ~a..~e2ans},Jr~t~,~re.e.k I j: Representative They were to appear before the_ ,_' ..... 'Y ,* 7 e " p~at~le i:~ wnere me gnus nau gone t.o ta~e,'a $19 N. W. P~k h~gh school students rn the morn- . ......... . ~.,'. ingt.he~r, befo-enoon theluncheon,Baptist beforeWmenthe, at mebeauty~atecuituret~Oar~t examlnanon or ~. Room 217 n M:oth,d~ Wu~naJnsjthweit~ft~I~e W~h~recTjellk b~r~4ane~'a~utrJhy ~ ~2:::11~;, regular W.C.T.U.. meeting at 7:30 ~ I~ inllnUll in the Metho, ctist cnuren. ., Mrs. Railsback is a most corn- [] pc tent speaker, having served in ,the temperance ranks for years. I!- ~ a~ She is especially interested in == "n'~~ -~, Initiative 13, which, if approved lll li l'~_l by the voters at the general elec- ~ lion this coming November, i would rid Washington state of ~ A~ the taverns.,, , [] ~l MIli~~ Pl~l~ r N"ZD L~I?l'~iUl~fP been n ~ ~ ~ul'a ~&-- N M s. H ld ' [] named lecturer for Pomonae NoI| Nnmu. urrr.,~n~'e~'De lxJ~vr~! I , 5 ~or a_two year term th ap-[~ ~ ~" pointment being made at lhe re-{_~ , .$ cent meeting at White Creek. ~ * * ' t in : t.. Quwk Servwe on All Curtains & Dra [ i] 0 E S KENSINGTON ~ [] " Wllllllll Regular meeting og O.E.S. Ken- ~ " " '[:'||| sington win be held at the home ~ Now E-uznned to La,,na~ ~.,I I ' of Mrs. Lueille Andersen with I -1 1~'1~" ~,,,at.~. ,.~,.~ ~.. Mrs. Emmett MacKay as hostess ~ .-~. . -- i,, . !~ I1~ on F~iLday afternoon of ,this week)~ ~grewn buram~ | at 2:30. I " ~ " " ENTERTAINS ~T BRIDGE i Mrs. O. L. Good entertained the, | PHONE 541 for ptckup and dehve,l two-table Monday Bridge club at I_ . _ ~A~] herweek.ho~e on East Broadway this IU Monday, Wednesday and ~L--_...--.m..------~~ Goldendale A RECORD-PLAYING SENSATION AT B Silent automatic record changer Changes 10' ar 12' records in 3V2 soconds 6-tube (including rectifier) Supor- her radio C~ntinuously variable tone onlrol Bass componsatian and bass baost Ihcclullve built-in Aeroscope Rugged Alnico No. $ speaker Striking dial,.. Fronch Gold geille Boaufiful mahal~ny'cabtnet GILLENWATERS HARDWARE- THE ANSWER TO YOUR BUDGET FRIDAY and SATURDAY FEATURE II Special purchase of these enables us to bring you a big ings. Half double leather sol leather heels. Full wing tips heavy grain leather. NEW SHOI See Peaney'- ehoiee eolleettm of dainty pump~ and trim ~mdah in