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,ITED. Page Eight THE GOLDENDALE SENTINEL---Goldendale, Washington Thursday, March 11, I vis-] I~_| ...... ~ ~ ..... ltion Friday. Other Portland %,I~lC||WtJ~,~A l'l~'a itors the past week were Mr. and ------------Mrs. Dave Chapman, Mr. Stev- LuEllan Ward enson, Helen Eaton and M/'. and -------- t Mrs. H. F. Kuhnhausen. L. D. Lloyd and Company has Ray Sutton's mother passed purchased the 4000 acre O.B.S. away in Oregon City and was ranch at the south end of the brought to the Mt. Adams ceme- valley. Bert Huffsmith is logging the timber at the present time and as spring opens up, Mr. Lloyd plans a thorough clean up of the premises and also fencing the entire acreage. They are con- templating stocking it with buf- falo and cattMo, also some work in reforestration. This project is going to improve that end of the valley immensely and make it a more attractive drive comin~ and going from White Salmon. Mr. Knowles will return to tery for burial Saturday. The Board of Directors of Hell Roaring h'rigation Company con- vened Thursday night after a three month recess. The Bacon Creek Ditch Co. directors met also to make thriller plans for the diversion of their water. Ernest S~ruck, of High Prairie, was in Glenwood Sunday. He came over to buy oats. Mrs Norman Troh gave a din- ner Sunday in honor of Norman's California in the near future, and Rose Spitznogle's birthdays. A , . Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Frank weeKena guest of the Los Ward and family and Mr. and Lloyds w.as 78-yea}r-old . Dr. Mrs, Oliver Spitznogle, of Hood ~eorge W. Peavy. He is presldentiRNer. Oliver is driving a new Emeritus of Oregon State Col-IMercurv lege and also Dean Emetritus of i--m~-,,;'~ ,~r ~, ,oh~,~l -P, ction the School o Forestry. [brought us Marshall Vanhoy as Mr. and Mrs Wm. Leaton and la new director for a time of fam}ly returned Saturday from three years $or District No. 5 and a ~eek's visit with .he, mother ,Frank'Lucas for a term of 3 years and other relatives m Puyallup " ' ~ 1 Pro osit on --. . : for D~sh~ct N. . p . - Mrs. V. C. Bertsehl aceompamed iRe 2 sassed by a majority of ~.hem. 16"votes. This will enable all the Mrs Ida Odle took Steve Ward children" to be taken by bus to to Portland for medical atten- school. Proposition Eel 1 was voted down'by a majority of 38 a ,m . . votes. ~.uTnorlzecl Mr. Kimball's sister is here . t, J,, II [visiting him and enjoying the 1 I ~] I | f country. ' I /11 ] X/ll 41 "~lt~] The show for March 14 is [| ]"W ~ ! ~,~ I"Way Out West" with Laurel / ] |/ J ~/ [[~ IV and Hardy. I] v ] The next Aid meeting, March Iv v i18, will be at the home of Mrs. j Herman Ku,hnh,ausen. Sewing Machine Service I I O 9 ~e oniy U. S. hospital ship " " "IF ~ attack~ by the enemy .during LINCOLN AVENUE [ww II, was the vss Comfort, VAXI~A which was :hit by a suicide plane II , I Ioff Okinawa. Spring Work Will Soon Start .... HAVE YOUR e ...and be ready to "take to the field, We are equipped to handle all types of machinery repair.., precision work guaranteed NOW IN STOCK-- Baling Wire Steel Posts, 6 and one-half ft. length Gould Pumps... and size to fit your needs. Ben Her Home Freezers... now on display Garden Hose... a quality hose, car- rying one year guarantee. We are now taking orders for Model A-6 Case Combines EQUIPMENT COMPANY J. I. Case Sales and Service Goldendale Maryhill News l~rs. Blanche Asher Mrs. Jim Riggs was called to Nampa, Idaho, last Thursday where :her sister is very ill. Sgt. James Eastman, who has been wit'h his wife .caring for Mrs. Hamblen during her illness, returned to his duties with the army a'tSan Antonio, Texas, Saturday. Mr. Goss helped out at the store and post .office last Wednes- i day while Mrs Asher was in Gotdendale on business. Fred Wilke, .o,f The DaIles call- !ed at the Blanchards last Friday ! ~:fternoon. Mrs. Frank Montague has been DaHesport News Mrs. E. C. Minor A good number from ,.Dalles- port attended the funeral of Mrs. Anna Curtiss in The Dailes Sat- urday. We all fel't the sorrow at losing one who for so many years was a part of our cerumen- it5'. We extend to those who were near and dear to her our heart- felt sympathy. Dallesport was well represent- ed at thc P.-T.A. meeting at Lyle and the program and lunch was enjoyed by all; Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Minor, cff Portland, were visiting here over the weekend. Mrs. Ensley and Mrs. Harold property or by constituted pub- Leon W. Curtiss, of Dallesport. ]i.c authority. Both Mr. and Mrs. Curtiss SECTION 111 were active in community affairs. That no person shall place any Mr. Curtiss wras a prominent signs, indicators, advertisements, member of the the Republican stakes, posts or any other for- party. He was county auditor of ]eign object or objects upon a Klickitat county, and served public highway or right of way two terms in the state legislalure. of any public highway in this Mrs. Cur.tiss was active in club I county without the express per-work in The Dalles. , mission in writing, of the Board: Survivin- are one ~on Grover i of County Cornmlsslone, rs and C~ nf t~oell V~,,cr,,,,~" t,*n ~],~,cr]~] any such foreign objects nWlers, Mrs. Josepha Cur!i~s Ft ~cn, [upqn the said highways or public!of The Dalles and Miss Verse .nwnways right of way as above' "s a t four -'and i, ~. .1, , , ., . " .., !CurL'.s, of W pa o, g'.~ - CeSlgrlacect arecteclarea nercwllAll ~_.~ ~ ,-~ .~ ,m ~, n .~ r~ ~. " C/lllQren uaru l'UltOL anLl tieD- file gal. ]ert Fulton, The Dalles and Bob SECTION IV ]Curtiss, Arlington Oregon, and t That no person shall mutilate, Leona Curtiss, cecil, Ore.; and ,destroy, movc, change or alter three great grandchildren. ]n any manner whatsoever, any Funeral services were held ]n operatin'g the Naval Air sign or signs erected alone pub- from .the Spencer and : chapel at The Dalles, with erend Wil]ard Hall, of The Congregation church, and erend R. A. Hutchinson, n~ Hood River, officiating was in the family plot I.O.O.F. cemetery at The 'Graveside services were ed by the Order of Eastern, of which Mrs. Curtiss was worthy matron. Pallbearers wer~ John 'John Stapleton, L. A. F. A. Kern, Hu~h Gagan, \V;"d Webb.:r. all past of tim E~stern Star. Approximately 25 per !all Naval oersonnel are quite ill with a return of the flu S orensen wcre shopping in The lie :highway, by pub[it authority ';!~ Mrs. I. C. Robison went to The Dali~ last ~7ednesdav.~ fo.r the purpose of admonition o~ ~: D:,lles last Wednesday where she Mr an(i M '~ On~al and Mr direction or otherwise. !:.'~ took delivery on a new" Study- and 1Qrs ~dino'I:'attencted t,h~, pat" SECTION V !~: aaKer car. luck dinner and the pic4urcs at Tha't identification of the own. I~ Roy Meyer, of Oregon City, the Methodist church m White er and location of any garbage, l i~ spent the weekend with his wife Salmon Wednesday niaht It was debris, waste material or other/:i: ~md her parents Mr.and Mrs. ,, ve-,, on'o-able evnin- foreian matter of any nature ;i Montague. ,,~ o t. ..... :e. ~ ~.. :- ~'-'~s found upon private or pubhcl.:. IL5 ~J. I)~ ~ LtLI iMI LleA~ Ill L~ d I l k' " .... ~4. Mr. and Mrs. Johnof W~sh- ..~., _.;,~.. ~;,~ ..~ .~.~, ..... : .... Iproperty adlommg or on any !... B; i_! lu 1~ !~. Wishram ....... --.,: ........... ,oU,- ..... ,,. ,n puo,,c .,. om ,emn, wooseve t, lilt ]~bUlt~: bllctu ca vl~. wt. IIL~I .t. I " " [ ~ afternoon .... : .... shall beconsidered as pmma, *" iL;alll.orrua can t Duy t .... * ,4".. M~ssOliveBishop andDon ::;, ..... ".-. , -fa,cm evidence of its hawng been ~, " . ] Mrs ~iarK lvlrs uneal one. " Willis, of Hoqulam, arluved at I Mrs 'Minor a'icnded" the Womans illegally" deposAed upon .said pub-, I,..,. Klickitat, Glenwood the Troy B~shop house Saturday. c,i..~. ;~ W. ~ and ~--~. ~a ver" !lie highway by the said ldentlf]edl Miss Bishop will spend the week. !'~2~,_ ';' ~,7_~ "h- Z"~Y"~--k-('. owner of said'debris waste mater-I:g much nearing L. e gues'b spe~. e ", ' " "* Mr Wllhs returned Monday ...... ........... " ; lal, ete, as designated above i':" Mr Bisho'- drove to PortlandltVn'S-x~eus, or r-.ucKnaL ~ moray, , . " . We give prompt 3-DAY SERVICE on . ' ;"- P . ~ l lunch was served and it was at SECTION IV ]..u last week ior a iew oays ~ - " ...... " .~vm-v i~toro~V ~ af ~ n i Any person company f:rmor l.~ ,~ _.~.j ......... ln,-, c t PT1OO... , ,, . IVIFSlvlargarel; t~Lason ot o ' " " a ";* ..... " , ,- , ' t l c rporahon vmlatm, any of t,he, 4. mail orders. Bring or mail your ch thlllIS WFIO unoerwem a major , '.. ...... ; , , I l provi, ions of this ordinance shall l. operauon in ,me ?otaenaale, no.s-t ORDER SETTING DATE OF t be deemedguilty of a misde-i:[: p~a~ was amy to come nome, RI t ' : l HEA NG ,meaner and shall be subject upon [i: Also allBlankets, quilts & small Sunday. . ! ------- ]conviction to a fine of ~aot more !:i: Mrs. C. J. Smlth, Mrs. Maas Before the Board ,of County that Two Hundred Fifty ($250 00) 1~ and Loft Meuonam snoppect ]nI Commissioners of glickitat, i Dollars or imprisonment fro" 90 ]~. l:ne ,alms one ~ay ~st weeK. [ County, State of Washington[days in the Klickitat County Jail.:- /"'re] ~vir. ana mrs. t~oo ~n.ort areve fin the matter of Cmantv Sanitary I for each ,such violation. [~. to The Dalles Sunday. l condi,tions and ad~p(ing ovdin-I All ordinances or parts of or-I.*** James Becks went to PortlandI once to govern same. I dinances in ,cor~flict with this for the weekend, i WHEREAS, lhe careless and I ordinance are hereby repealed. Nellie McCann was in Mary-lpromiscuous disposal of garbage, I This ordinance shall take effect Phone 541 hill a short hme Sunday; ,tpapers, tin cans, and other mat-land be in force from and after ]vir ana mrs hesse /Mlyn or ,., ._" .... " .... ~ [erials on public highways of its passage, the welfare ,of the ~omenaam, v~s~tect Mr. ana ~v~rs. [Klickitat County and on private!County of KlicMtat requiringt,.~ ~mya ~amy,~una~y.. . .. laud public proiperty adjoining[such action. . Mr. an,a Mrs. t~ook~on ana !virs. !said highways, has become more This ordinance passed by the i 2~sner attended the snow in ~ s~ Go]dendale Sunda ni ht Iprevalent and is now becoming Board of County Comm's..'oners .-. .... Y .g ;:; -. [a menace to the .heaICh anti safe-" this 2nd day of'March, 1948. ~on ~omson arove to xamma f . . ., . ", [ty of the citizens of this County Adopted this 2nd day o Saturaay night wirn a car loaa ~,,,~ ~ o~ ......... ,,, ~i. March l~ar ..... t- ba ketball ..................................... #, oI sonora mates to 'he s ' ttravel and to public sanitation H. L. TRIPLETT, Chairman, game. Mr. and Mrs. Ramsey, of Gold- endale, were in Maryhill Sun- day. Mr. and Mrs. Applegate, of Seattle, are guests a.t the Mea- dow Lark Inn. E. W. Peck, of The Dalles, vis- ited at the Montague home Mon- day. TUESDAY, MARCH 16- 12:30 p.m. 1 Mile West North Bonneville, Wash., 1 mile east Beacon Reek via Evergreen Highway, 40 miles east Vancouver. Other business forces me to sell my dairy herd COMPLETE DISPERSAL 54 HEAD BIG COWS 18 Guerr~eys---8 Jerseys--4 Holsteins---2 Short,horns---1 Brown Swiss--1 White Face---Fresh or close up springers. Five ~il freshen by auction date, all to freshen the next 30 to 60 days. This is the herd you have been waiting for to select your dairy cows. Many will milk 60 pounds when fresh, herd test 5 %, 3 to 7 years old. Clean, double tested, A grade --interstate certificates. "Milk is now short." These are the cows that fill the pail. Don't miss this auction. Plenty of truckers on hand to haul Klickitat Hts. Mrs. V, Cochenour Tom Chambers ,and Miss Isa- bell Chambers, Of Portland, and Vancouver spent the weekend at the John Chambers h~me. Mrs. Alice Death, Mr. Cham- ber's sister from Vancouver, B. C., is visiting at ~he Chambers home. Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Briggs 'were business visitors in White Sal- mon Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Jess Yohey spent Saturday in The Dalles. Last Tuesday the neighbor- 'hood ladies met .at Mary Cux- renee's home. After a delicious dinner, a very interesting meet- ing was held. Mr. and Mrs. Willis Roberts, Shirley and Susie, and Mr. and Mrs. Vern Cochenour and Daniel went to White Salmon Tuesday. Mrs. Conklin and Lawrence called at the Kemp home Sun- day. Mr. and Mrs. Vern Cochenour and Daniel visited with Dayne Cochenour at Dallesport Sunday. Admirals in the Navy do not receive longevity pay. AND !on said highways in Kliekitat County. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLV- ED AND HEREBY ORDERED, as provided in Section 7, Chap- ter 61, Laws .of 1947, 'that a pub- lic hearing will be held by the Board .of County Commissioners upon the adoption of said Ordi- nance. The date and place of said J. W. DRESSEL, Commissioner A. M. MATSEN. Commissioner. (Seal) Attest: VESTA TEBBS, Clerk of the Board of County Corn missioners. Mar4-1 t-- MRS. LEON W. CUBTISS Mrs. Leon W. Curtiss, for sixty years a resident of Dallesport, hearing is set for April 2rid, 1948 but for the last eight months a 'resident of The Dalles, Oregon, .died March 4, after an illness of two weeks. Georgiana Fenton was born at Amity, Oregon in 1867. In 1878 her parents moved to Center- ville,, where she lived until her marrmge in 1888, to the late at the hour .of 2:00 P.M. at the office of the County Commis- sion,ers in the County ~urt House. Ordinance relating to County Sanitary Conditions. SECTION 1 That no vehicles shall be driv- en or moved on any public high- ways .of Ktickita County unless such vehicle is so constructed or loaded, as o prevent any of its ~oad from. drop.p~, ~fthag, leak- ing or otherw}se :ermaping t hera- from, except that sand may be dropped for the purpose .of se- curing traction, or wate~ may be sprayed , on roadways in the cleaning and mainCaining of such ro~dway~ of public authoriCy having such jurisdiction. Any person operating a vehicle from which any glass or objects have fallen or escaped which wo~ld eonstitu.~e an obstruction or in- jure a vehicle ~r otherw~ise en- danger 'travel upon such public highway, shall immediately cause the said ~highway to be cleaned of all such glass or ob- jects. It shalI bc unlawful for any person to throw or drop any glass objec'ts, debri.s, or any waste from any moving vehicle or ~t>on the right of way of any public highway in Klickitat County. SECTION II T~ha,t no person shall throw garbage, debris, or any other waste material from any vehicle or otherwise from or near any public highway of Klickitat County ~pon said highway right of way or upon private .or pub- lic property adjoining said high- way on either side of said right of way, except at duly desig- nated dumping places as set out and s.o marked and authorized by the Commissioners of this county or otherwise permi, tted by E~e owners of adjoining private ADJUSTMENTS .. PHYSICAL THERAPY FOOT TREATMENTS (Corns, Callouses, Arehes) Dr. Jack E. Mitchell Chiropractic Physician Over Penny's - The Dalles, Ore. Phone 3290 Service Satisfaction Savings Call TOMMY'S MOBILE SHOP Phone 1544 Goldendale Visit our store and select your lawn and garden seeds Complete Line ...... LAWN SEED FLOWER SEED GARDEN SEED Lawn and Garden Tools and Su POWER LAWN MOWERS PESTMASTER DDT For Insect Pest Control Galvanized GARBAGE CANS fi .Well-Built BICYCLES for Boys-Girls i i FIVE- 6:50x16 New Tires & Tubes These Tires are Changeovers from a New Car FIVE - 6:50x15 Used Tires & Good Condition Yet Plenty of Saie Miles USED TIRES- Most Popular Sizes from $2.00 up ,! | 3~Arwheels. ~ bigger, tougher plies of extra-strong cord. See us with wider, thicker treads than 4or thee |~motm moae~-s~vers mzto tires--have six or more todd. Plus Tax 6:00x16 (~1' 'N'~' ,, , ~& I 614 S. Columbus Ave. ' Phone 482 them to your dairy. DAIRY EQUIPMENT Two unit Surge milker, pipe, stall cocks; two unit McCormick. ,/~tt~la8 lqO ~1~].] Deering Milker, compressor, motor, pipe, stall cocks; 2 way wash tray; 15 gallon Surge electric hotwater heater; 32 inch ,_CDst5 &IX)I~S. ,g, . extra heavy tubular cooler; Sixteen 10-gallon cans; 2 strain- f ~13~ ~:Ir ~I~-~TI~I~'/ er$o 50 Tons clover-Meadow ~ hay. I /,,g~lll,8~lltjllttOZlld~, MACHINERY--"Like new" Ford Ferguson-System tractor[ ~00]~IOOJ~,/ with Two 14-inch hydraulic lift plows and power 6 foot mow-[ or; new 10 foot buck rake; manure spreader; other things] W/~/F~ FO~ ~/.~/~.., "~ 'H tATPUMP' L W. WOOD, Owner I Credit if needed. Ed F~tenburg, clerk--For credit see yourI own local bank or the Rldgefield or Battleground banks" [ / __ _P..._LB_2~O_ "Plenty of Money for Farm Loa~.~" [ COL. CLYDE W. WOOD, auetioneer---"Sells anyplace at[ ~.]0~0~m~oV~g~w~ w~ auction," Offiee---Res. phone 1535J at 2701 Wash. St., one[ ~-,0k ~h ~ hilh sltool, Vancouver. I It , -