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IE SMALLTOWNPAPERS, INC. ALL CONTENT COPYRIGHTED. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. SUBJECT TO LICENSE AGREEMENT. REPRODUCTION, DISSEMINATION, STORAGE, DISTRIBUTION PROHIBITED. April 12, 1945 THE GOLDENDALE SENTINEL--GoldendaIe, Washington Page Three 1 Mrs. Mary Lehto of Klickitat was I Frank Alvau and Bert Geer were t Mrs. John Coffield spent the week ! acted business in Goldendale Mon-1 'r,,A |,.&A ~.A /'L~,,2--. __ '.a Tuesday visitor in Goldendale. I here Monday from Maryhill. lend in Spokane, returning'Sunday. I day: . ....... l aipt# JL.~d~i, Li~ LiP qw,l~Uy ~" i ~,. ~-.~ ~M~ T^~ ~,1 ...... h~r,~ i LeRov Hvlton and Ernest Struck I L.A. Duncan was a business t ~vlr and Mrs. harold harris visima I .... ................. I wer^ here fr^'~ ^----' .... c .... -~.. I visitor from The Dalles Tuesdav ~ f rends m Maryhill one day thLs I FO SK 160 acres 10 miles from :~a:uroay anernoon Eom ~.ucm~at. ~ ~,,, x-xpy*~tun oa~uauay. [ ...... .i,, wop]~ [ (7;n]dond~]o or* arnvo] rnnrl ***ith Vernon Sorenson of Hi h Prairie 1 Jack uressel and sons t~eorge and I ...... .............. o---r .......... _ H.H. Kure was here Saturday I , g ~ ~r; .... * -,en+ *'~ D,~-tl.~A q~, ~o~.1~, Mrs. Abshmr and Mrs. E. C. Kamer / school bus and mall route. 30 ol White Salmon Sheriff Russell Woodward was in i from Lvle I was in town Monday. ! ..... t ........................ J were in Maryhill on business con- acres in alfalfa, 30 acres more in r. White Salmon on business Friday t ~ "-." ......... I Ted Brady of th- Rr~m, (',~n,t,-,c [mormng. They expect to return nected with their office. I cultivation, other lands can be of urn:,_ ~ , I " l ~xpanalng letter znes a~ lne ~en- - ..... ~ ....... " ~ ~nursaay evening ~ Mr and ~r~ ~^~" ~-~ ~--n r .... , cleared of small timber ~,~a w llltt2 ~aimon was ~ r " " io m " ~ " "" ~" ~'~ o,,v,~ ,,,,, ~,~,,$ ......... last week ]. Ray Carter w:as a Saturday wsltor i tmel office. 12-- I t:_ n COinP::yF was in Goldendale [ Mrs. Ray Schuster and Mrs. Tend [ visited at the Becks home in Cliffs and cross fenced, wood timber, Mrs. Emm-** ~.w~., here zrom ~ppmmn. l Max Maurer and son Rex went to on ous ss _ rl~ay and. ~amraay. i Frazer of South Bend arrived Fri- ) Sunday. ] springs, house and other buildings. in ~ ..... "7" . .... ~;,'~: ; Mrs. Dorothy Straughn of Wish- ~ Portland last Wednesda~, [ mrs; nay ward o, r~mKlta~ was i day to visit relatives and friends ] The Roshone family, who have, Price $3200. C. E. Crooks, Golden- . ~_ ,.u, uana, where mey : r-m w~re her~ Saturday t ~.. ~xT~.~. .... ~...~ ..... ~.;,^. ] a weekend guest at the home of Mr. ] h~re They exnect to return Wridav [ lix;ed the past several years on the [ dale, Wash. 153--- t,^__ _: ,. i C A Kincaid of Lvle was a Gold- ] L~_~ =._:.~_.. ,___. ~ .,~ I and Mrs. Alfred Boysen. t Mr and Mrs Earl Jackson snent [ Maryhfll Land company ranch, mov- I ~u*ney WilKinson of Th- . ,,c~ ~,uay ,-~u,~ ,-,~,~. - ~- . . _._. ~, .~ e endale visitor last Wednesda- 1 ....... ] Mrs. Marge Sanders left Sunday I E~ter weekend in Knn, u~lmi,~ t ed Saturday to Sunnyslde. [i J o~ ~ne courthouse here ~" l ,~yron ~openneler was a e rlGay I #.._ ,~....+~-...~ ..i. .... ~-- : ..... -,:--. , ....... ", ........ I --- , I! ! busin s.~ : Mrs. Wilbur Seeley and Mrs John i visitor here from Klickitat I ,v ..... ;,, .... y**~ ~**~ ~ ~l~**u***~ i where they visited Mr and Mrs Leo e .... . ! . me week onnusiness. " " dry Kaiser , ~.~.**~^ ~. IBecks of Roosevelt were m town: Catherine Thomas. Jean Miller andt ,, r~ r, ........ Jackson. The,r Don who ,, Grangers To [[ Remember... [ e Sunda_-t_~" ~? ...... :'Thursday on business 'lVesta Tebbs were m The Dalles Sat [. ,~.~.; ~. ,.~reemmlcl, iv~r. an~ lvirs, lstationed in Seattle had a few[.~----~~. ..... "'-!"---_ ~l I . ~, o spend severaJ ' " " " ued last ' " ~ l%elm ~rown ana ~v~rs ~eorge, , ' ltin - A marriage license was ~ss i urda afternoon . hours leave and met them in Sno- l~" , ~.g. She lS the mother~ , ............ ; Y .. " , IScofmld were among those here from i,, o,~,o I or Cleanup Day lnJ Last Y s noy Kaiser i week to rrea ~. magiu, ~, .wamic, i Mrs. ~:ugerda Clark was here Fri- I Klickitat Saturday i't ....... i w%* , u II ear [ ,elley ahn ~E .... Oregon and Susie E. Prmtt,62, dav from Wishram I ....... :. - . r Louise Dodson and Mrs. Jeanette I 1~1~$~ ~lr Vst I I~ILr I I I u ~-ne~ mlnns were .. . ' .-. ~ ! ~ /5. lalco~ or ~akima was nere ....... . ~ .. ~ --.-,-----.~-,, --u.~v , ~se here at the ...... Alaupm uregon. ! Mrs Lillie Conlee has been ill for l ........... ]uyaa, aaugnzers oz Mr. and Ivlrs. | " ~I m m ~ ,m~ i, ,, A, I enaoitne , '. . [ ~uesaay on ousmess, m_r. TalC0~ ~ r [ tl M0"I'H~ ] a the ~'.-, ...... - I New shipment of scotch tape lust the past two weeks She has been . Murray Dodson f om Portland and Pleasant Valley Grange met at -~ cuu oz tne coun- : . ; - ~s owner of the Talcott Musm Store l i " _ iarrwed. SeeThe Sentmel- _ tf---,staying with her daughter, Mrs. l,, Yak|me !R]dgefleld, respect vel.y,.spent the~thelrhallSaturday, Aprll7forthen. BUnne~ ....... I Charles Thomas spent Tuesnay I Howard Norris I"'~m f._,-~,,.--. ; ...... .~.;..;... =...n ! weekend here with then" parents./ regular meeting, with Master Jess I [ last'~ ,U,UWen,.vern__n_+.rnomas ~, ~_ ,and Wednesday m' Portland on busl'- I L.L. Case, mah"o t watchman forthe.I --oc~ur*-'~" ,.,.=~v.,~ ~cuuol"~ .u,~ ............... ,~.**-s =*=,- l Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Wesley were ~Imrle" ~ _presiding" " . It was renorted I DI~T' PUT v~tn:t %~,N'l*k'Tm | -'r on Pac'ff~"oes~.. ~ro~,. ~ hess. i city, has been ill for the past week. ] weeks while ~0.~- JL'~L~f~:~'"Y~lE:~lr'14~ i here Friday from G.oodnoe Hi l~. [ that Mrs. Victor Gangum made the El ................... [ ess .... w=. ~, IFloyd French, serviceman for the ! He was downtown for the first time I . _ . -: ............. [ See me ~endnei avou~ l~anzoia, | apron that won in the contest Mrs [ | WOOLENS AWAY WITHOUT | .. . . Sprlng zarm worK. [ " m r t " " La Miller, teacher from Pacific Power & Light company m Monday. I Bill Hoagland spent the weekendia great tlme and oney save. f[ Helen Shaw displayed a lovely dress [[ THE PROTECTION OF DRY [ in town ..... over ~neweeK- , Hood River was here Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Leland T. Niemeia ,~..| ~- Klickitat with.. ,,~ ...... ~.,., ,,,,,.~ ~,,,,,,*~,'~;~'" ~! [made of Red & White flour sacks,II i Bonnie Butler of The Dalles was a of Longview spent the weekend IMr and Mrs Victor Hoaaland i ~ M,~rk;ii IM--... [which she plans to enter in the dressll CLEKNING ] mStad, .,,,,w ........ u~wes~ ~[weekend visitor here at the Fine twith Mr. and Mrs. William NiemelaI ~. Carol" Th'~ompson ~'spent" the ! ~ ,v.~u ,y ,au~ ~o ] contest. Mrs. Edna Trumbo, secre- I! f the J. I. Case com,~an-!hme'. .............. land Mr. and Mrs. John K at~koner~lweekend In White Salmon visiting 1 By Mrs Geo Go~m ]tary and Mrs.Helen Imrle, lecturer, I| orancn .... ~ ~ and, was h-~ #-~--~ ,~I Marz ~paiamg oz me brute nigh-I Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mc~wenlher parents, Mr and Mrs J M. ~ ........ I were presentea recognition cards for l| I ~Max. M-':~urer, .... tJoiaendam;:'~"~a~ [~i way department, reported about I were. .in Rufus, Oregon, Saturday. I Jaksha, and .her brother, S#to Cecil i~ .l~r ....... ~nrt .]VTrc Rnv.._, ..... ~R|nne, h~r=..__d _.~-vi~ |prompt. reports for 1944 A very. en'[I " I ve of the co, nn~,~,_.r .... {three inches of snow. on the Satusi, Llllian. Gregory,. who. has beenlJaksha, who LS home on a furlough ] |ted overnight w,th relatives here./joYable lecture hour was presented /i Buy Bonds With I ==....__ - - I summit Saturday mght. i teachmg this semester m me wmze [from Texas. ,They were enroute to Portland/bY our 1945 lecturer, Mrs. Helen =~ t Mr. and Mrs. Guy Wade spent the Salmon high school, spent the week i A F Bergeron is selling, his nro~- where they expect to make their I Shaw. ' ]/ ,'~,/ O I i weekend here from Beaverton, Ore., lend here as a guest at the Bill i erty~ where he has been ra'isin~g |.future. h o~ne. The Blanchard's have I The ladies of the Grange will meet I/ lne Davlngs I I | [ | I visiting her mother, Mrs. Rachel ~ Gregory home. ~ turkeys, and moved Tuesday to ' nvea in ~aKer, uregon" me pas~ iu I at the hall on April 19, for their an. I/ -- | | li~]~l'rgt ;Pierce, and other relatives, l Mrs. Tom Clausen arrived Satur-:Washougal , where he has bought !years. - .... nual cleanup day [/ I Iiq~tl~Ll~ A marriage license was issued Sat- day to spend the week with her a bigger ranch and will continue to, plrr~lnedwe~gseW~sCa~n:v uPtl~r~m! The next meeting will be held at l/ I ..._ i urday to George F. Flanders, 37 and I husband, who is working at the i raise turkeys. ! -arents here r Her sister Helen 8:00 o'clock on May 5 and the ladles ]| | HONE 59_ ! Vma McConkm, 26, both of Condon, I Brady mill m Blckleton. They will Mrs. Stella Hess and Mrs. G. W. I Oslin returned with her after spend- are asked to bring an old hat. The// T ]~ | I) I I~ ~ I ~--===-------- I Oregon. , return this weekend, and Denzil will Cameron left for Salem, Oregon, ~ ing the past few weeks here. kitchen committee for this meeting I| a ~% g & a~ /t~ g~a | i Mrs. Nellie Olsen left Friday lhave an operation in Seattle Tues- Tuesday, after having spent morei Artie Blanchard has been out of is Mrs. Edna Trumbo, Mrs. Helen I/ _ _ I lr April 13-14 morning for Vancouver. where she day. than a week in Centerville and school the past week due to illness. Shaw and Andrew Swar~ | P | ]~ A ]~ ]~ O ~ | _ i attended the funeral of her sister, : Art Strata returned last week from Goldendale visitin relatives and Mrs. I. C. Rob|son, Mary Goss, A vote of thanks and annreciation [ [ %., ~ ~t~ g-a ~ L~ g% aJ | Fe h.' iMrs. Tom Joy. She returned the ,The Dalles, where he had been re- friends. Mrs. Ca~gmeron met heriM~,~ Goss accompan~d nDy ,.hare. was given to Brothers Geraldl| | ...... first of the week. Iceiving medical attention for a se- husband in Salem, as he came up ac~e~ l~usreUss m Yal~ma'~att~da;: Fenton, Frank Fenton and Andrewi| rnone I Paper clips at Sentinel 8fti/~l Sa~ vere eye infection,from their home in Willow Ranch, : Mr. Alvau was a Goldendale visit" Swan for the planting of 25 locust I[ / Mrs. Nellie Anderson arriv - ~ Mrs. Robert Jacroux returned Fri- California. or Monday. Bert Geer also trans- trees by the Grange hall. - urday from Heppner, Oregon, where lday evening from Falon" Nevada, E]C~&~D 1R*VI$ IT'S .AKDALOUS.. und screaming iunl IIAi IU)RBI(I tAKE IX(X BIIOTT April 15-1 Duck April 17-18-1! Feature Z-CONSTANCE MOORE RAD TAYLOR she will visit a few days with Mr. where she had spent about three and Mrs. Ralph Brown. Mrs. Ander-weeks visiting her husband who is son is Mrs. Brown's sister, stationed there with the navy. Mr. and Mrs. Neut Bromley ot Mr. and Mrs. Joe Boyd stopped in Bickleton were Saturday visitors in Goldendale Saturday on their way Goldendale. While here, Mrs. Brom- to White Salmon. They are now ley took the examination for post- mistress at Bickletom F. J. Sleeper arrived here Thurs- day after having spent several weeks in the Yakima valley and Walla Walla areas on business. He left Monday for Portland, where he is employed by the J. K. Gill company. Mrs. D. E. VandeVanter and daughter Mary Lee, anJ Mr. and Mrs. Joe Barker and children Ned and Jan left Friday afternoon for Portland, where they spent the weekend. The Sentinel has Columbia arch and clip boards, tf Bert Mansfield delivered a load of furniture to Bickleton Friday for the Mayson Furniture company. He re- ported that it snowed in Bickleton that day. living in Yakima where Mr. Boyd is employed by the Perham Fruit Co. PUD Commu~ioners J. S. Degnmn, M. A. Collins and Lee Darland were here last Wednesday for the regular ~ meeting of the Public Utility Dis- trict, as was Ernmett Clouse, man-~ ager. Wanda VanHoy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene VanHoy, plans to arrive here Monday or Tuesday to: spend a week or so visiting. She has been working in Sacramento, Cal-i ifornia, as a tabulator in the bureau of vital statistics. New shipment of scotch tape just arrived. See The Sentinel. tf-- Mrs. Horace Allen White and H. P. Shattuck were here Friday pur- chasing ffnings to replace articles which were destroyed when the i~CTim~ BENEATH WESTERN Mrs. Arthur Wickman and baby i White ranch house burned complete- left Saturday for The Dalles, where lly down last week. her baby was taken to the hospital, t Mrs. Win. Hornibrook and Wally She expected to be there for several returned Friday from Portland, days, ~aying with her sister and where they received medical atten- family, Mr. and Mrs. Mel Davidson. Judge J. E. Stone was here several days for Superior court. He will be coming here regularly for three months, being on a rotation system with Judge Howard AtwelL who finished his three months here at the last session. Mr. and Mrs. August Hanson, while returning from Glenwood Sun- day, came upon a meadow where 14 deer were grazing. Hanson said the ground was carpeted with yellow flowers. He had his camera with : him and got a picture of the 14 deer, as well as several other pictures of smaller groups of deer. Mrs. E. Adam, mother of Glen Darland's wife, left Monday after ha~~'ing spent about five days visiting :at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Darland. Mrs. Adam is from Sas- katoon, Saskatchewan, and left for Inglewood, California, to visit her father. tion. They left Tuesday for Yak|me, returning Wednesday. While there, WaUy conferred with his music teacher, Stephen Balogh, Dean of the Cornish school of music, who was spending a few days there. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Martien of Florida arrived here Friday evening for an indefinite stay at the home of Mrs. G. A~ Jacroux. The Martiens, who used to live in Cedar Valley several years ago, hope to be able to return to the Northwest to make their home. Mr, and Mrs. Dwight Nye moved over the weekend from the Archie Binns house in the Eas~ end of town to the Carl Maurer house in the West end. Patrolman Nye has been expecting to be transferred, but has not yet received any orders. The Binns house was recently sold to C. J. Wilde, of the O. K. Tire shop, who moved i~to his new home the first of the week. 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