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THE GOLDENDALE SENTINEL,--Goldendale, Washington Page Nine SUBJECT TO LICENSE AGREEMENT. REPRODUCTION, DISSEMINATION, STORAGE, DISTRIBUTION PROHIBITED. ;day, March 11, 1948 and Mrs. D. ElwoodI News and Mrs. Leo Knight and sons, : in-law, Mr. Estell Mergmson, in OCenterville of Klickitat, and Dale Stump, of'and Miss ,The Dalles, were visitors at the The Dalles Tuesday. V. C. Sorensen home of Mr. and Mrs. W. KnightI Mr. and Mrs. S. R. BeattielMrs. Wm. Niva last weekend. [were visitors in Portland last ~ -- ,Wednesday. I Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Sturges guests at the home of Mrs. A. S. Johnson returnedt Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Soren-lmade a trip to Portland Friday. C. B. McCol]ey home Monday after spending r. and Mrs. Clarence five weeks at the home of her !sen and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth! Edwin Hendrickson, of Klam- Miss Bonnie Shultz, son and daughter-in-law, Mr. ]Sorensen were business visitors ~ath Falls, Oregon, visited his Miss Pearl Metz!er, and Mrs. Irven Johnson, in Se-[in The Dalles Monday. imother, Anna Hendrickson and McColley, of attle. The play "Interoducin' .Susan"brother Ew, rett, a few days last ron a.nd Warren Miss Lilia Humphry and Ehner ]sponsored and produced bv Lyle !week. Jig Harbor. Hendersen, of Oregon City, were j P.-T.A. will be given Fridayi Mr. and Mrs. Paul Richards and Bill Brown guests at the home of Mr. and night April 2 at the Lyle gym. land family, of Vancouver, were visitors in Port- Mrs. Harold Sorensen Monday]This is a clever C hree act farce i Sunday visitors at the home of night and Tuesday. guaranteed to give everyone an]their daughter and son-in-law, Strom, who has been Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Rood and evening of hilarious entertain-Mr, and Mrs. Maurice Merriott SOme 'time with her children s~ent a few .days last ment. Watch for a detailed syn- who is very ill in a week in Salem. opsis. Portland ~'-ent Tues ~ " ....... ~' ~r ann ~rsrn~ ~ o.d~,~ nv ~f~ n~nVisitrs at the Womans Club , ~t, - doe r~or~nas~ ~.Lt m L, ~*~ ~. " * p " n Wednesday Glenn Grandstaff visited Mrs. w:rem~{rsW~j%~nd~'ehr~i-c~e'-Mr at their o 'rPnOnrt- Joe Korthase in The. Dalles her- Loyd Bee'l~s Mr~ Fred Wood of ~ Y g-pital Tuesoay evening. " " ~ ' Mr ...... [ " " "" " " i on Trout Lake, Mrs. N. Eisner, Mrs. s. Glau.ct l%nlghl; ivir. ano lvirs, win. morg ns ~ ~ w ~/r~,,~,~ ~,,,~ Mr~ ~ F of Goldendale, Mr visited their daughters and son-/,%". "'" /:;,Zw,~.. W~" ":'$~" % ~,' I lNellS, OI I%IICKII,-R~j ano iYirS. 1%. i%. ;Minor, of Dallesport. Mrs. Neils gave a very interesting talk and all enjoyecl the lovely lunch Miss E. Crecellius. Mr. and Mrs. I. N. Lester, of Bingen, were visitors at the Wm. Morginson home Saturday after- noon and attended Grange that night. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Chamber- lain, of White Salmon, s'pent "l i} RICE Sunday at the home of Mr. and [ili STA . . . YOU CAN MAIL YOUR DEPOSITS TO US. iAVE 'rIME AND TRIPS. BANK BY MAIL. Pioneer State Bank CREDIT h t$# best FARM CREDIT Mr. and Mrs. J. Hanifan and Mrs. C. B. McColley. baby, of The Dalles, visited Mrs. Mrs. Jettie Dean and son Hanifan's parents, Mr. and Mrs. I Donnie, of The Dalles, visited John Miller in Centerville during i her mother, Mrs. Mary Course, ithe weekend. Saturday. I' L. West is visiting his daught- Mr. and Mrs. Tim Hansen and ier' Mrs. J. Lofton, at Ocean Park. children Billy, Illene and Genie, ', [of Goldendale were calling on l .... friendsinLvieSaturda- after Iuregon, wsl~ed his mother, Mrs. Inoon ~ ~ - Dessie Hewett and brother and I ! ' r I A ~r~r~c~ von",'~onfnfi~:~ o'rc, lln of !family, Mr. and Mrs. Le oy is 1 Hewett, one day last ~eek He vote= ,cast ballots at the annua i !school election on Saturday, had be.en ai.tend~g a bankers March 6. Albert Souders was re-!convenuon m Foruana. n~s i mother accompanied him home, ',then flew back to Dalles~ort. I Don't forget the joint Pomona i meeting at the Lyle Grange hall ~this Thursday, ]VIarch 11. Pot- i luck dinner at twelve o'clock, imeeting starts at 11. I Mr. and Mrs. Ridgeway, of i Powell Butte, spent last week i at the home of Mr. and Mrs. ,J. S. Robinson. Mrs. Ridgeway is a sister of Mr. Robinson. LARSEN BUYS GRILL elected .director from the Lyle zone The 12 mill special levy was approved by a vote of 111 in favor and 27 against. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Boxdorffer moved to their new home in Goldendale Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. V. C. Sorensen moved into the 'house vacated by the Box- dorffers, whi.ch they recently purchased from Mrs. Leslie Bent. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lets and family moved into the Sorensen place which they had just pur- !chased from the Sorensens. Mrs. J. S. Robinson and Mrs. Real Estate Charles F. Nimsic to Jack and Edna Rose White 300x300 foot tract in NESE~ of Sec. 11-4-10. Florence W. Foster to Evylin !Johnson quitclaim to N~ of SEV4 of Sec. 18-4-12. Harold H. and Minnie Blanche Gleason to Alonzo C. and Neva Yarnell NWNWSEK~ and S~_- NWSEI of Sec. 7-3-11. Mayme M. Fetch quitclaims to L. M. an dViolet E. Sinclair SW- NESWV4 of Sec. 1-3-12. John Will Brown .and Grace WHITE SALMON (Special) --- Margaret Shrock and baby spent Ned Larsen, of W'hite Salmon, last week in Albany, Oregon. /has taken over ownership of the Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Austin lGrill Restaurant having pur- and sons had the misfortune to chased the establishment ~rom have a collison with a truck Sun-[Ted and Dorothy O'Conner, for- day up near Cliffs. Although no mer proprietors. The restaurant one was hurt much the car was is now undergoing remodeling badly damaged. [and will be reopened in ~he near Lenord Hewett, of North Bend, l future. Yes... here and ready for youe inspection.., a big, roomy, 11- cublc-foot beauty that freezea and stores up to 585 pun& of delicious food. Does it convert- iently, economically ... right in your own home. "The In~ern~- tional Harvester System of Food Preservation" assures you a con- stant reserve of fresh, vitamin- rlch vegetables, fruit and meat, in season and out. DOn'T WAIT ... the supply is not unlimited o..See this 8tea% new freezer TODAY ~ wlth *FROST-LOK .FREEZ-AREA *VAC-U-SEAL .TIGHT-WAD to W. O. and H. D. Atkins and wives land in See. 32-5-16. Robert C. and Nellie MeKune to John O. and Evelyn M. Reese E~ of SEI of Sec. 11-6-14. Mrs. Lena Oman to E. L. and Eunice Allbriton SEY4 of Sec. 23-5-23. J. C. and Leona BreedlDve to William C. Manly, Jr., and Flor- ence Adele Manly Lots 10 and 11, Block 2, Napper's Addition to Whie Sahnon. Ernest E. and May A. Gihner contract l,o sell to Ernest L. Hen- derson NEV4 of Sec. 35-4-10 and E~W!NWNWY4 of See. 36-4-10 except tract. W. H. and Loretta E. Over- baugh to Robert W. and Myrtle D. Overbaugh Tax Tot 6 in SE- NE.t of See. 24 lying south and west of White Salmon-Trout Lake road. William II. and Dora Over- bause to Robert W. and Myrtle M. Overbaugh two tracts in Sec. 23-3-10 Harry J. and Margaret J. Card to Irvin L. and Irene G. Hill SW- SWV4 of Sec. 35 and SI of NE- NE of See. 35-4-11. Roy H. and Mary E. Cain to Landon T. and Marie E. Willis NWSESWi of Sec. 13-3-10 and Tax Lot 4A. Jessie E. Hall to Stanley Locke lands in Sees. 23, 24 and 25-6-10. Daisy M. Plank to Faye M. Ogilvie, her daughter, NWSWVa ,of 35-4-11. Daisy M. Plank ~x> G. Keith Plank W~SWSE of Sec. 35-4- llclare A. and Irene M. Rowley to G. Keith Plank part of Tax[ Vada Wesley was absent from Lot 72 in SENW~ of Sec. 19-3- school Monday on account of 11. sickness. Lois Clark to B. H. and LetitiaI George Gibson is *helping Jess Taylor SWt of Sec. 23, exceptiImrie during the lambing sea- tract, and NE~.h of Sec. 25-3-13. son. Mary D. and Charles E. Mans- Sherman Duffield visited at the field to Ted J. and Dorothy Ruth Gus Becks home ,on Sunday. i Abken Lot 2, Block 3, Bluff Ad-t John Barney is ,~orking for dition to White Salmon. Mrs. Mac Doughty. Josephine Woolery Conway and D. J. Conway to Marshall /R. and Lillian D. Harem tracts iin Sees. 28 and 29-3-12. Wilhelm Basi to Robert W. Basse NWSWt% of See. 14-3-15. Goodnoe Hills 4 ms and 12 other big featuresl Mrs. Wade had some dental work done by Dr. Davies Staur- day. Gus George has moved his family to Roosevelt and will work on the railroad at Monax. Earl Jones and John Brtmer visited the Hills Monday. Harry Bryant is our new school director. He was elected to serve Miss Musa G~r a three year term at the meeting Due to an error on 'the part of Satm'day evening. the Linotype operator the names! .......... / ......... of Mrs. Bryant and Mrs. Willard ~.,m ,nr..o**~*m~, *~*-* Doughty were omitted from the BICKLETON (Special) -- It article about the Sewing Circle ~as noted in the W. S. C. news meeting. Both ladies were pres-lin the Spokane Spoke~man-Re- ent at the meeting, view that Bob Archer of Roose- Dr. McAlvin, his wife and two ve]t was among the V. S. C. mat- children; also his father and linen in the varsity traveling grandmother, 'from Salem, visit- squad to face a Cough foe in Ta- ed the Hills last Saturday---four,coma. Bob is the son of Mr. and generations of McAlvins. Mrs. R. R. Archer and his friends The Wesley family visited the in Biekleton and Roosevelt wish John Lee family Sunday. l him good luck. 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