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INC. ALL CONTENT COPYRIGHTED. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. SUBJECT TO LICENSE AGREEMENT. REPRODUCTION, DISSEMINATION, STORAGE, DISTRIBUTION PROHIBITED. 12, 1945 GOLDENDALE SENT Idendale Washington Page Seven NOTICE OF SALE N, County of Klickitat, ss. IS HEREBy GIVEN, That in accordance with an order here- on the 27th day of March, 1945, by the Board of irCO~.ty of the County of Kllckitat State of Washington, d" ec " g real property herinafter described, acquired by the said for delinquent taxes under tax foreclosure suit and Regulation No. 705 NOTICE The following resolution and regu- lation was duly and regularly passed and adopted at the regular April meeting, April 4, 1945, of the State Game Commission for the State of Washington. RESOLVED: That from and after Lyle News By Mrs. V. C. SoTensen R. F. Niblock reports that $526.00 had been raised in this district dur- ing the Red Cross drive. Mrs. C. R. Cooksley, Mrs. L. Ewing and Mrs. Henry Leis were business County Treasurer of said County, will, on the 5th March 15, 1945. and until further visitors in White Salmon Tuesday. commencing at the hour of 10:00 o'clock A. M., and con- changed by regulation of the State Game Commission, statewide boun- Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Morginson moo- hour of 4:00 o'clock P. M. of said day, unless the property ties to be paid on certain predatory ed into their new home in Lyle Mon- in "~ _shall sooner be sold, at the front door of the County animals and birds lawfully taken and J day and Mr. and Mrs. R. Page and ~oldendale in said County and State sell to the hi-hesS killed in the State of Washington, !son of The Dalles are moving into .r for cash the following described real nrnnf*r~v cih,ated in! under the provmuons of Chapter 81, I the Morgmson place, which they rec- md described a ,ll .... f ...... - " ~" ............ I Laws of 1945, and further regulat!ons I entlv ourchased Mr Paffe is a baker ........ , ,v-w,~. 1 of the State Game t~ornmission, snau .. ,L~- ~..~+~ ~'~k~,~ ;J ~m.~ r~.~^~ rider 0 I be fifty dollars ($50) for each cougar,, . . _ $5 .00 cash. $50.00 or more cash, or 20 per cent caghl ""d five dollars 5~ for each bobcat J and will dove back and forth to and LL~e in te ' ~" "~ " n annual installments with 6 per cent interest, or lynx, and one dollar ($1) for each from his work. _ I coyote pup, (Coyote pups born dur-] Bennie Brown, who spent several EPro~rt~ Lot Blk. Min. ling the months of.March and Apr!]ldays leave visiting relatives here -----~ ~ec Two Rn~ AcresPrice i are nereoy ClaSSliieo as pups untnl ~...~., xraneouver r,~,, ....~a ~ ~,. _x-~,~ " -"-" " [after August Ist of the same year) ~:~" "'~" ...... ' "-," ........... ~-,muendale, Lot 14 land five dollars ($5) for each adult lDteg, t~auL weanesaay. ..... : ......................... 15 5 5 00 ] coyote. Mr. and Mrs. Pete Tol attended L.~.~ _ " .................... I RESOLVED FURTHER: That per-I the show in The Dalles Sunday af- '~'m~nterville ~ sons making application for bounty I ternoon ................ 8 1 2.00 -. i peyment on cougar, coyote, bobcat, ! Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Mogren of i .............. 5 1 1 001 lynx shah present the entire hide or I nd,ql Oreaon visited n~ th,~ h~m, ,~ , [ pelt of each antrnal with the lower l . ~lony Lot 22 .......... f th- hind l--s left at Mr. and Mrs. Hfldor Kure Saturday ~ o less 7%100 i leg pones oe ~ - i " " ~a- ~ot 16 and 7-100 Acr .... it ached to each such pelt or hide. iana ~una y... ..... 7" en m I -- - ~ " .... d '- .~eI Miss ~.ma ~orensen oz roruana ........ O0 ~ny person ~es~gnemeoy ~n ess I ac~ ................................ 50. _ I Director of Game as being qualified i spent Saturday and Sunday at the ................................. 50.001 to check bountied predators shall re- Cooksley ana ~orensen homes. .......... , I move the hind feet and leg bones! The Lyle Wo~nen's club met Wed- ..................................... 26 6 10 40. 60.00 1 from each su6h hide or pelt present-, nesday with several ladies present ................................................ 30 6 I0 40. 60.00 ed by any lawful applicant for boun- for the potluck lunch at 12:30 ~n the ......................... : ................... 32 6 I0 40 60.001tY payment. An.y hide or. pelt not club house. The old clothes drive ............. " 'navmg sucn zeet or leg bones at- R~,, " .................................. 27 3 11 10. 15.00 1 *-^h-~d ~ha" ~-e ineli-ible for boune,, I was discussed at the afternoon meet- ~'~'v~ ..................... 4 4 11 120 180 00 ~'~.~T.X~n ~P~'rw~.n- ,pha'~ ing and Mrs. Harry Moore was chos- en:................................... 24 4 II 44). 10000ipredatory animals for which a boun-, en as chairman or the dr~ve. All wY4 ............. al 4 11 ~ ~ O0 1 ty is provided for in this regulation, clothes to De Drought m are to oe tefl ............. " .............. .............. :=lmust be presented for bounty pay-lat the club house or at the James ;E~ .................................. 36 4 11 20. 20"~J[ment in the county in which such l store, where they will be assorted ~v..'~':7" ............................. 30 5 11 120. 180.00 ~ predators were lawfully taken and and hacked at the club house ready '~, w~s " ' ~" ' ~ru~,, EV~ .................. 34 5 11 160. ~.20.001killed to the person or persons to be shi--ed out The election of .... 74; SWSENW designated by the Director of Game; . *'~" " W~4 V4, t _ t.^- ...... ~;"'~ ~" ~a"*~k *---untied' officers for thin year was held and ~u,~::::: .............................. 1 3 12 74.43 155.00 nredators the following elected: Mrs. Cora " I" RESOL ED FURTHER: That each i Curl, president; Mrs. Edith Sorensen, ~,,74 .................. i a i~ 9~ 2000{~erson making application for boun- vice premdent; Mrs. Grace Niblock, ~": ......................... 35 5 12 95 50 001 ty shall...g)ve.the p~son demgnated i secretary and Mrs M~Idred Cooksley, "" ~; ~ot 7 ....... ~ ..... " ..... "^,, I oy me ~recmr o~ ~ame as Demg, treasurer. ...... " ........................... z o ~ ,,i.~i ~ouuu ~ qualified to cheek bountied preaa~ors I ~ Walter Cran~ -,~- ,,~ oner- .. " ................................. II 6 13 35.70 120.001to whom they apply for bounty c~r-i ~+^,4 ... , ..... ena;~;+;o ;-- +~ P.~i,~ ............................. 11 6 13 40 300 00[tification, an accounting of the dateJ ~.".v"L" .-v~ --~.?.~.-,_~,,; ,..,-~.- ................. " ................ ~and count-- in which each "redator~ enaate t~enerm hospital "l~esaay ~s .......... ~ ............................ 7 4 14 10. 10"0~lwas takeYand any furtherVreason- 1 reported as getting along ~u~ well as ....... " .................................. 29 ~ *~ zu. ~-u. [ a~le proof of such lawful taking or_i can be expected. Mr. Cr_ ane and Mrs. . " ....................................... - 31 6 14 80. 80.00 ( killing that may be required by said Pankake (Mrs. Crane s mother) vis- d~;'": .................................. 28 5 15 40 60.00 ] designated person. . ..... ] Red her in the hospital Sunday. ,..~,my) ................. 15 6 15 80" 80 00[ Each such hiae or pelL Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Garner have ~. " ................ presen~ as proor oz mwzm m~m$ all inter " ................ 34 a 1c 160 320 00~ ................. ~.:~ I bought h est m the Franzen .... " .................... ,, ., } ano roiling, as prov]ueu .or u, ..u~.I ,_ r~m^~ stop a-'~ "~- " ..... :- .......................................... 21 3 16 10. 20.001 reguk~tion" and shall be enumeratealc a,,. ~. .. ~ ,~ ~ ~..~ ;'= ...................... 32 5 16 I0 1O 00 [ on forms supplied by the Director of I worzmgm ~nere now. ~ ...... " ............... ,~ = ..... " .... "00]Game; each applicant for bountYl Mrs. ray mcr~abb and Mrs. Loyd S~W~4.--~~;.; ........ ,a o ,o ~.m.ao h~. ]payment shall then sign each su.chlMcNabb and Mr. and Mrs. C R. .. -, o--ow~,4; [ form under oath; such signa.ture wm] Cooksley were business visitors in ............. 10 5 17 70 70 001 certify that each such preaav.or was i ................ ~W', ............................ . _ ~ ~,e x~.c~ vveu, esaay. ,-. 74 and Tax lot 9 l lawfully taken and killed m .tnei Mrs Alruna Davi~n . Portland W. -,o = ~. ~.~o ~~aa[county stated on such form ana m(,_ bou-ht the ..... .............................. o o .. .-*.*o ~.~, +ho ~+o+o ",f W~hin~on and lslnan g nome oI mr. ana I"'S'W.~ ....................... 30 5 17 40. 60.001 e'&ib~e"~or'boun~'~ pa~'~n'ent under l Mrs Harry Johnson and expects to , w~w4; [ the provisions of Chapter 81, Laws of I move into it in June. Mr. and Mrs. :.=':= ..................... 23 6 18 175 65 265 00 ) 1945 and r .e~ations of the. State I Johnson win move into their new vI~ESE~4. S,~~',, " " ) Game Comm,ssmn. ~,acn appnc.a~}.onI home in White Salmon after school ~N'~,,,,.-Z- ,~,r~w'/4; I for bounty payment shall be certifiea ic out h~r~ " --"~-~W~E~'~. N ~ ' r ; .......... , bNWSWY4 ~ for payment by szgnature of the pe : ~r ~a ~ _rlmmio P,,~] ~.a ..... " " r of ....... .......................... ~5 3 18 65 100 00 } son designated by the D~recto , _:7: .... "= ~::: L-'T'--" ".--... _ " ...... , .-, .... *-,~;.,.,., .1;,;o,~ +,, checki cnuaren ox wrote t~aimon vtztea at " ~EBy ~]T~.r,trc~ ,-,.r~.~ ,m._, :~ .... ..;u i ~..,,.+;,~ -redators me nome o: nm parents, mr. anu .e same hour from d=v +n rin~, hv ~nnn, mc~ment made I RESOLVED FUli'rl-w.~: That .it ~.rs..~ranK uur~ ,uesaay night. of saia - s __~... "7." 7, --" -~, --7---~----s---.----~ I shall be unlawful for any person to, Jmamte, who is with the Merchant sate, or at me time ana p,ace m wmcn sam~ vossess alive or hold in captivity any i Marines, lef early Wednesday morn- - " a " - - /predators, for w. hmh. b?unty p y- hag for Seattle, where he took a ,.. ,.. _ ment is proviaea tor m tins reguta- chin ni~t aSamgton, this 5th day of April, 1945. tion, for the purpose of coll.ectmgI Mr~ c ~,-;o,,~ ~,d Mr~ ~, bounty on the same or me,r orr-~ ......... -~--.--~- ---.- -'~-- Co ROY E. CROOKS, spring, and it shaU be unlawful to' MndC~edWt~ of Khcki, tatclu~e~ghts.at- unty Treasurer ,,'~'u~b;tat P....h. Washin-ton. transport any live predators across ten e wmnans meeung ,.,~ ~,~-,~.=~ v--,--,~-j, o . cG " ~ ........ any county or state hne for the put- here Wednesday. Mrs. M owan had I ~ i i I m I I [] pose of collecting bounty on tne just returned from a visit with her I I ..... same. daughter at Astoria, Oregon. , , _ AND BE IT FURTHER.R.ESOLnVc~ Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Breashers were d ! .~lb- ~1-i[~.~- El:)" That the aDove resolu~lon an : ~,~^ r,^,,^~ ~.. ~.,, whe-o M~ --.v~ ~--~ v~ regulation shall be promulgated by n .... ~, .... ~o., ~o+~,o~ n~l~ w~,,." nublishing the same for one k~ue m ............ v-t. .... ' --..-7~ ::"7' - t Ol ha underwent a rnag~ operation ~e gS the Daily Olympian a ymp", .. . Washington, the official newspaper getting amng nicely now. of the State Game Commission, and Nine members from Columbia -@- TOOLS... Garden SEEDS New Shipment of 26" With 6" Stays Lot Of It Won't Grow h Here) J~ in the Ritzville Journal Times Clarkston Herald (Asotin), Prosser- Record Bulletin, Wenatchee Daffy World, Port Angeles Evening News, V a n c o u v e r Columbian, The Chronicle Dispatch (Dayton), Lo~._g- view Daffy News, Waterville Empire Press, Republic News Miner, Pasco Herald, Pomeroy East-Washingtonian, Grant Co.mnty Journal (Ephrata), Montesano V,det- te, The Farm Bureau News (Oak I-Ia~or), Port Townsend Leader, Seattle Post Intenigencer, Daffy News Searchlight (Bremerton), E1- lens~urg Daily Record, The Golden- dale Sentinel, The Chehalis Advo- eate, The Davenport Times Tribune, Mason County Journal (Shelton), Okanogan Independent, South Bena Journal Newport Miner, Tacoma News Tribune, Friday Harbor ,Journ- al, Mt. Vernon Daffy Herald, Ska- mania County Pioneer (Stevenson), Arlington 2~-mes, Spokesman-Re- view (Spokane), Statesman Index ,(Colville), The Eagle (Cathlamet), ~ Waitsburg T i m e s, Bellingham i Herald, Pullman Herald, .and Yakima i Daily Republic, for one msue Dated at Seattle, Washington, this 4th day of April, 1945. STATE GAME COMMISSION, J. A. Loudon, Chairman ~urB. Bennington C. Basel C. A. PetersonDePla~ DON W. CLARKE, Director merrt of &ame. Senate Bill 56, now Chapter 181 of the Laws of 1945, provides that any one who has served six consecu- tive terms as speaker of the House or as president of the Senate may be admitted to the practice Of law with- out examination, regardle~ of es- tabli~ed requirements. The lieu- tanant governor is the" only person who can qualify under this provis- ion in the law. The act cleclar~ that: '"1"his is necessary for the immediate preservation of the public peace, health and safety, the support of state government and its existing in- fdtutions, and shall take effect im- mediately." This is indicative of the !profound thinking and the serious consideration given legislation in the i session just concluded.---Tax News. Nu-Way typing paper. 50{} only 85 ~att at The ~atineL tf Grange attended Pomona Grange at Husum Saturday. A good sized crowd was present and a very inter- esting meeting was enjoyed. Colum- bia Grange met that night and five new members were given the third and fourth degrees. The high school girls and boys put on a very fine drill and seated the officers nicely. The girls looked very nice in their light colored formal dresses. Mr. and Mrs. Marshal Harnm and children of Boardman" Oregon, spent the weekend at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Harem. A lovely dinner was given at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Soren- sen Sunday, honoring Dick Cooksley, who' will leave soon for service in the army. There were 32 present be-; sides Mr. and Mrs. Sorensen and daughter. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Dick Cooksley and chil- dren, Darrel and Karen, Mr. and Mrs. O. Ensley and granddaughter, Mr. and Mrs. V. C. Sorensen, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Sorensen and sons, Stevie, Elton and Ronald, Mr. and Mrs. Byrd Clark, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Pinne11 and Marshall and Arlene Pinnell, Mr. and Mrs. I~ Rondeu and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Omeg and daugl~ters, Donna and Edith, Miss Lelia Humphrey and Elmer Hendricks of Oregon City, Oregon and Miss Eina Sorensen of Portland. Mrs. I. Lester of Wlshram spent Sunday and Monday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Win. Morginson. The Lyle Woman's Christian Soc- iety will meet Thursday afternoon. ~ne Lyle Commercial club will meet this Thursday evening at the club house with a potluck dinner at 7:30. There will be two speakers from The Dalles and everyone is in- vited to come. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Omeg and Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Cookaley were business visitors in Portland Monday and Tuesday. Use Roytype type cleaner on yeur typewriter, good for cleaning the roller. Only 50 cents per bottle. The Goldendale SentineL tf I with a tt Bickleton News By Mrs. Eri._ c Fr_.. trup Bickleton was well represented at the spring meeting of the Presby- terial at Sunnyside Thursday and Friday of last week Mesdames A1 Matsen, Hazel Jensen, H. Shattuck, Chas. Jensen and Helen Fleming California. It is so dry here that even the camels should carry canteens, if the wind wouldn't evaporate it be- fore they got thirsty. The bombadiers surely won't need to worry about dropping any bombs on the people other than here on the base, as no one is living near here. Please send The Sentinel to my new address. I surely appreciate ing back. Tell P. W. J. that there is still use for teaching French in high school ! We got our French money, and if you have $10 worth of it you have enough bills to feel like a million- aire. But who has $107 Thanks for the paper. It hasn't reached me here yet, but should soon. I didn't know I was so anxious were in attendance and they report receiving it. a very worth-while, stimulating Sincerly, meeting. Sgt. Henry V. Runyan. The Presbytery of Walla Walla! held its spring meeting at the Bick-I a.a~o_a..,~ ,,=-~ ~,~,,,-,~ ]eton church Monday and Tuesday "'.T'~",v ...... . ....... ~,~*~-.- of last week The Rev George ~.inave been moving so mucn zrom Scofield, Ph.D., of Walla Wall~, was!base to base in the past couple of elected moderator, at the Monday imonths, that I guess I had better night popular meeting, which was]send in my correct address. I have well attended. Rev. Mortimer M.,been getting the paper regular and Stocker, D. D., of Seattle, gave a] have enioved reading it v~rv m,~ch stirring appeal for a larger realiza-I This New Mexico ~ls th"Z'~,, ,'--~'~,~ tion of the need of and a greater ......... ,,, ~ov-..,,~ rallying of laymen for the work of ,.ana o~ rmcnanunenL ~oy, wna~ ~ om r ss v~, enchantment nothing but cactus, the Kmod . M. Je W~oant, the~ ... retiring moderator, gave some very sage brush and desert. telling suggestions along the same Thanks again for sending the line. I paper. Tuesday was largely given to] Pfc. Eugene Walman. routine business and the Goodwill[ ___---__ ladies served a fine dinner. Rev. Geo. I LW'R TW FRgNC~. H cofiel w el ............. S d as ected to represent l Somwhere in France F - -n ,-- ". , eD. Z,,, 4a. th~s Presbytery at the General As-I ........... ..... ~ear Marola, /~.rcnle anti derrlne, sembly in Mmneapohs, which will be l ........... held the latter part of May. Rev. weu, i am now nvmg . in me Robert N. McLean, D. D. of the l"Chalet Gouville'" m a very beauti- and Rev. lbert W. ! ul part of France. The weather is -,~s~ ,,. ~,,mv~ew were erected to lnice during ~e day but cold at :represent the Presbytery at Synod in ] night. As yet none of the snow and ~poKane eany m duly. ~aeSsrs t.:ole- I reall- bad weather man and Fanning were the lay rep- -:~ .... " .... . ..... , rne ~nateau nere s~s on ~op ot a resentauves to zne same ..... .. ,._. . _ o ........... I Dig niL1 across allg[le lakeIrom us lvir. anti ~rs M A. ~olnns were . . ! in ~n]d~v~da]~" W,~n,~a=~, Wh;]~ and hasa big lawn m front of ~t. It a "i ' J5 is a beaut ul pla e with no destruc- meeting." :tion at all. There are the Chateau, Fr " s e th Chalet and 5 or 6 houses of care- Mr. and Mrs. ed L~kes p nt e .. weekend in Portland. takers and such, a olg powerhouse Mrs. Lyle_ Mains and sons, Shorty and a beautiful littlel lake with a and George, were luncheon guests couple of small is ands. The owner of Mrs. Durman Rasmusson Monday. here walks around with riding Mrs. Harold Naught and Terry breeches and a f,,a~cy green sport spent Thursday at the Martin Co- coat, etc. And the 'hired hands" are penhefer home. in old clothes and tams. We are Mrs Ned Shannon and children of sle ;-'- ;-- ~-" ~-a TM "-'- *~-^ *'^ --- ~a~us were Tnursaay guests oi ~r , - . ..... " That ~sn t too nice but it ~s probably and Mrs. _~i waten~urger ............ Wurrv T3avic]~nn ir co-~in nf Mrg tae oes~ I Will see zor along time. Ad"Wat" ~en--be'r'ger, ~v~a~' kille-d"on- L-uz--" . There are two little towns just on February 6th, according to a re- acou three miles away that I have port from the war department, been to and I spent a short time in Mr. and Mrs. Roy VanNostern and La Harve. That town is really a sons were Easter Sunday dinner mess Frca~n the borrfoin~ we did and NgUaeSt~t of Mr. and Mrs. Harold the destruction when they left, th-ere ,.-s ............. is hardly a whole building or a pain I mrs. ~rlo rowers, woo u.ue~we.~ ............. - . oi glass m me town I-'II~DOXeS all a major operatmn at the St. Ehza- . beths hosvital in Yakima, is getting over town are blown to bits, and .... h ,along very nicely, those that are not ave French faro- Mr. and Mrs Alex Campbell of ilies living in them. The only trouble :Sunnys!de were gues~ of Mr. and is, this time we are the cause of it, mrs 2~a wa~enverger rrmay . - ....... ._ so they naturally can t feel too good mrs. ~Ltrea densen o: ~unnysiae ~b^''* ;+ ~"+ i+ -~H" mab ...... "~" and M~ss Ruth Jensen and Mrs. Jack ........ ......... L__ x~,_., and mmz a mt more about what we densen or ~eatue spen~ ~ru,. wet,- .. . _ nesday until Friday at the ALfred are nghtlng for. Jensen home here The little towns are about 400 Supt. Crowe's brother, John V. people I suppose. Not a luxury in the Crowe, at ...... Santos Tomas civilian pris- place . . . probably no travelers be- oner arrived in ~an ~Tanclsco on _ ..... L^. , fore the war. A case Is a ~uu., auuu~ March 30 . -, ........ 30 feet square and contains a couple ~aster cunner guests o~ me ~. w. . . " f "1 ere Mr and Mrs of tables. You can get c~der or wine, ~asmusson am~ y w . . . and s M V Port and we found one w~th food. Will Porter. Mr. Mr . . . - er and children, Janet and Kenneth, We have little books of French Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Porter, Jack, and English and go around with Ronald and Vernon, Mrs. Lyle ~hem aH the time. If you are not Kuhn and daughter, Elaine, Mr and bashful you can rea1~w -^ "- ~^* --~ ..... sta-r ok d " ~ . .~ ha ........ Mrs. ~ouglas ~ O o an son, st f yFren " examination in Seattle last wee~ and was inducted into the navy as sea- man first class (RT) Saturday, March 21. Tuesday, April 4, he left ram- for the naval training station, Great Lakes, Ill., to take up radar for a m'mm ten month's period. His father, Wil- liam Crowe, accompanied him to Seattle, returning Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Ingram, who m I n spent the winter in Seattle returned V to their ranch Tuesday for spring work. A. L. Johnstead, his son~ Captain l Ernest L. Johnstead and hm daugh- ters, Alice and Enid, were Saturday I evening guests of Mrs. Alice Saling. They also visited at the James In- gram home, returning to Portland and Salem, Oregon, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Holland of Portland spent Easter Sunday at the Alice Saling home. Arthur L. Johnstead of Seattle, father of Mrs. James Ingrain is help- Log remodel the James Ingrain home and visiting his sister, Mrs. Alice Saling. Mrs. Geo. Matsen was a caller at the Saling home Saturday. Letters From Servme Men (From Page 2) ffI"ILL IN MISSOUBI Dear Harold and Archie: Guess I had better drop a few lines to tell you I am still getting the paper and still enjoy it just a~ much and hope I still continue re- ceiving it. While I am still in Missouri I don't like it a bit better than when I first arrived. I am going to schbol at pres- ent, taking an instructors course. Don't ~,now whether they will ever make an instructor out of me or not. We call the school Junior O. C. S. and it is really about as bad, but I think I will live through it. How is everybody around Golden- dale. I sure hope to get back ~ere soon. How is the Posse getting along? Give the gang my regards. C_mess I will break this off here, thanking you a lot for the paper. Sincerely, Staff Sgt. Reece S. Sadmon. P. S. Could you give me Ed Can- field's address? (Note): Ed Canfield's address is: States Hotel 556, San Francisco, California. TOO DRY FOR CKMELS Dear Sirs: ,- I have made a move to sunny to get something~lm Brooks. ! MEETS OLD FRIEND Corsica, March 10, 1945 Dear Editor and All: Today I had ~he honor and the privilege of receiving The Golden- dale Sentinel. Boy was I a happy lad. It was the first time I have seen the paper since I left the states last year. I started at the first page and read even the want ads. I want to ~hank you and give you my change of address. Have seen lots of country since I left the states, but in my travel I find there is no place as wonderful as the one and only up rising country, U. S. A. I'll give all !I have just to return to it some day :real soon, anything but rotation, I'll stay here fore~:r~ first. Once I get in the states I never want to return to this side of the earth again. May you people in Goldendale, in- cluding all my people, have a very 'happy Easter and I send regards to all my friends that happen to read The Sentinel. I was fortunate enough to see Veigh Swigert the other day and though we were completely strang- ers, we were glad to see some one from the near surrounding of Gold- endal. From what I have seen of the Island of Corsica it is quite pretty in spots, but find those spots if you can. I saw two places that I liked quite well. What seems so funny to me is to see a young girl take a load of laundry as much as I myself can lift, and set it on her head and walk off like it was a feather in her hair. Quite a thing when our American girls can't even carry a book on their beautiful heads. I know, 'cause I used to watch my sister try it. I'll send my address and regards again to all, and thangs again and again to all, and thanks again and keep up the good worl. So with this I say goodnight and best ~es to all. A Faithful Reader, Cpl. Donald S. White. SImcial Services SUNDAY, APRIL 15, at Assembly of God Rev. and Mrs. Tom Anderson Rev. Anderson will speak at both morning and evening services. Everybody welcome. It's easy to say "It won't be long now" - . as we are all hoping.., and it's harder ;; remember that there's a tother war to win in the Pacific even alter the European con- flict is over. But, as long as any Americans are fighting anywhere, it is up to the Wash- ington Motor Coach System and connecting bus lines to continue concentrating on their job of moving the manpower that makes up warpower. Space aboard buses is still urgently needed by men and women in uniform, by war workers and others who must travel on war-connected business. So, please limit your trips to necessary ones, choose mid-week days whenever possible, and get correct in- formation'in advance. Travel as you like it will oome again.., when the final Victor7 is won. OLDBNDALE PIIOINI m