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IMAGE SMALLTOWNPAPERS, INC. ALL CONTENT COPYRIGHTED. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. USE SUBJECT TO LICENSE AGREEMENT. REPRODUCTION, DISSEMINATION, STORAGE, DISTRIBUTION PROHIBITED. Page Eight THE GOLDENDALE SENTINEI.--Goldendale,~ashington Thursda~l Track Season Opens Directors Attend HOSPITAL NOTES ' HAS LICENSE REVOKED Tuesday--Mrs. Ray Matsen dis-il I , missed. Edgar Mercy of Yakima ~*as fined w - I"11 1 -- dismissed, and Charles Baekmark, i With Sophomores In Cattlemen s Meet Wednesday--Mrs. Wm. Morehead $50 and had his driver's license re- lnter- nass t,eaa The Board of Directors of the Charles Tallman and Mrs. Ed Ruth-ivked for one year Thursday in Washington Cattlemen s Association ardt admitted. Born, to Mr and Mrs Judge Ahola's court on a charge of Despite cold, wet and mud the with Carl Grief presiding met with Ed Ruthardt, a boy, Kennet h.LeRoy drunken driving. Sam Miller was fined $40 for being drunk on a high school inter-class track meet is representatives of the Toppenish w~gmng u los. 14oz; at ~:0~ p.m: public highway. They were ac- running off according to schedule. Chamber of Commerce to start the~, inursaay---:lvn's: rxeo bennett ann companied here by their attorney, With about two-thirds of the events ball rolling for the big annual as-i,'w. ~. ula aanmrea. . . completed, the sophomore class is sociation meeting to be held in Top- Friday--Essie Brain and Jlmnue Irving Bonds, who recently defend- ed Virginia Ivv in the Toppenish leading the field'with a total of 56~/~ penish, May 18 and 19 ]Mesecher dmmmsed, murder case. " ..... ' Saturday--Bill GarrettRoger points, ~umors second with 17 The directors plan a full day pro-I~. ~, .... ' " ' 10~ oints .... ~rower actmltteu points, fresh third with P ,gram of educatmnal meetings and m- ., .... ;', ...... A1 Matsen of Bickleton was in .... oints J bunoay .,wr. um a]snnssea. ~ner- and the senmrs trailing with 2 p -spirational talks by ranchers, feed~ man DuffTeld admitted The sensation of the meet so ~:kt lot operators, processors and trans- Monday Garrett,Bro~ver dismis townWednesday on business. has been the performances of D portation officials following the an-~ . . ~:-- ......- Lilde Ricky Wickman, who enter- "" - - re At the -resent~ ......... sea ano ivn-s, nooert ~. ~urr an- ed The Dalles hospital Saturday x~ith ~eaKo, sopnomo . P nuat cowooy oreamast on me morn- ._ _, writing Deako has captured firsts in ing of the 18th A short businesslm~tteu" a throat infection, is reported to be ........ / . .... i Tuesday--Buddy Wolverton Ed- considerably improveck His mother. the 100, 200 anctmne. ~arsnem,/meeting and election at onicers will i .-~ ,-C -, ,-: ..., , _ '~ ..... d the shot ut . . . ~ltn urur~, vn-s. uwu,. oane lmrae Mrs. Arthur Wickman is staying in grant fresh, capture P I be held Saturday morning. Thin will ,,~n ,i, ~ c'b-de qtor,, ~n,~**,~n - ......... ~ ,~ z ~ z ........... The Dalles with her sister, Mrs. Mel with a toss of better than 35 feet. be followed by a tour to several feed t " L A summary of the events so far iS lyards near Toppenish. I~ -- ~ Davidson, while her son is recuper- as ~o:lOWeS: 100m/a/1d fdatSh~0De;kr~t The afternoon program is sponsor-l l"redatory Contest ating. P ' - , I ed by the Toppenish Chamber oft ~1"~_ C~L__ ~. IL_ g~_.._~. _ Mr. and Mrs. H. A White of Glen- dash Deako Time 25 flat1-'aleI -- , " , Commerce and. will consist of horse ilO ,3[arL Ill ~,UUllLy wood were Goldendale business vie- vault---Hansen, junior, 8 ft. 2 in. Shot racin~ nolo game and a saddle raf-! ~ itors Monday. ut--Sarsfield, fresh distance 35 ft ,, ~ ~ ...... d " "From a e one" Henry Klatt arrived Tuesday and P ' , , he. ~atue proaucers mtereste m t P g ) will be the sawyer for the Walter 4mormeCh:? ft?~scns j-~at~?ingt ~r.P;;;, Jammmg:he:its:~a~i~o~naypuFc~ase : He will recmve the e~'udencetandllWl in Vanport. Mrs. Klatt will join him ' ~ ...... i ---- ..-:W----~------ 17-'--"'1 Klatt Lumber company He has been sophomore, distance 125 feet Mne--- ennort, who represents the cattle~ ~eep ~ne scoring, ine. con es~ w., r~oak,, sonhomore time 5 man 1O "" . .......... , star~ lvlonaay ann wni last umn after school is out, as she is teach- 7:~ ~'hig: '8 ~~nnt't~E~; el~l:t;e~mCe~fe~i~n~' :~:~ ~! ing there. She ,,-ill be on the faculty h jump, 80 yard run, 440 d i ee~Ottest ho~ldd:t:~ea~r, :nO:: of the Goldendale schools next year. yard run, football throw, and me p r, p ' ~-acre~9-~ half mile relay are to be completed TAEES OPTION ON LOT ~I were brought !n. Cash.,amounting Goldendale, good road, some crop by the end of the week ........ a t - n tion to $67 was pain out to me hunters land and some alfalfa. House, wat- ~eorge .tNeSDIIJ; n s aKen a op : . April 20 the Timber Wolves will ,^ ~, .... ~,~ ~,,~ -cross from the Wil-besides $75 m war bonds to the two er. C. E. Crooks, Goldendale, . ~u ur,..t.y t,.,J.~ .l.m'."'~ '." get their first test of the tract sea- son Implement buildina on East top winners. Washington. 153---- - - - ~- +~- ...... to the To~-enish ~" ~" , , " A discussion was held at the meet- ~.,, w,= ...... ~ ~u. .... "~" -- Main street. The lots are ownea by in~ on the nossibilit- of clearina STRAYED--4 head horses. 1 bay invitational meet m ~ne vaney. The ~" ~" z " mare; brown horse with halter; following Friday, April 27, the Wolves will cross the Columbia Riv- er to attend the More Tri-County meet, which will be composed of eight Oregon schools with Golden- dale being the lone school from Washington. Sell 'em with a Classified ad. tf Mrs. W. B. Nickerson. WSCS TO MEET The second monthly meeting of the Woman's Society of Christian Service will be at the Woman's Club rooms Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Win. Lear will be the hostess chair- mall. Carp lake of the water lilies and black work horse; bay saddle pony. maybe restocking it for better fish- On Glenwood road at old Clint ing. Walker place. Notify Bob Gentle, route 2, Goldendale. lt-- Miss Mollie Breitzman of D.,~r FOIl SALE--Two good saddle horses Park, arrived in Goldendale Man- and 1 spotted pony, gentle for day evening to spend a few weeksI children. Also 1 8 ft. spring tooth with Mr. and Mrs. John Bruner and l harrow. Call in evening. E.L. friends. Watkins. 153--- Ration points running low? Take a look at the wide vao n'ety of wholesome, low-point foods featurea _aur~.n..g vat~- way's big "point.aver" event. Or better still, vmit your Kafeway today and see for yourself. Super Suds Concen- trated ' III Camay Soap Beou~ ~P Baby Foods Clapp's Junior fresh smelt 25c ii _ i i Fresh R zor Clams, lb ........89c SLICED SALMON, pound .............. 50c FRESH GROUND BEEF, pound ......... 2~c COTTAGE OHEESE, Krafts, pound ...... 24c Oysters, mediums, pint . ..... 65c PORK ROAST, pound .................. 31e BEEF ROASTS, grade A, lb ............. 27e Pork Chops, pound .......... 38c We Pay Highest Cash Prices for Dressed Veal, PiSs, Chickens and Rabbi~s SEE US HOW! Sugaripe Prunes, Mediums 15' Sun Maid Raisins, Nectar 12' Old Dutch Cleanser ,,.o..= ,15' Am] .oso,, ,oro,o,.d ,., 9Y, o,. oo . 20 Mule Team Borax pkg. 15' Shoppl b!P; Cloth ,l.~.~, ,,, Paper 10' Modess, -nil r Hapkins, SG's 89' :Chewing Tobacco, Spark Plug 10' Buy one more vegetable fresh and make canned goods go further. ASPARAGUS LETTUCE ....12-oz. head 12c; ]0-oz. head 10c tender, greenGREEN ONIONS, young, mild .................... lb. 30c lb.... 19c ORANGES, Navels, 5 lbs. 49c; half crate $3.19 FRESH PEASI ! winesap APPLES lb..., l lVzc J full sweet peas] l fancy and extra fancy. BOX $4.39 [ Ib ....19c GREEN PEPPERS, fine for stuffing ........ lb. 17e CUCUMBERS I YAMS, uniform sizes ................................ lh. 12~e hothouse] -Tomatoes, lb. ............. 19c lb.... 32c CAULIFLOWER, Snowy White heads ........ lb. :][~c SHIVER OVER THIS A glance at the maximum and minimum temperatures for the week indicates that there was, at least, some weather. Rainfall did not amount to too much, being .81 inches so far this month, but it is not be-~ cause the rain has not tried, it would seem. Date Max. Man. April 5 .................................... 55 38 April 6 .................................... 52 34 April 7 ................................... 43 34 April 8 ................................... 49 34 April 9 .................................... 49 24 April 10 .................................. 49 24 : April ii ................................. . 33 1 SELLS LARGE RANCH i Dave Stout sold his 6,197 acre ranch in the Northeast corner of the ll-oz, package county this week to G. W. Smith, who has lived in that locality in[ ~olm ~ Yakima county. Stout had been in l the sheep business until his land was taken for the gunnery range. After the range is abandoned, Smith will raise livestock and wheat, it is expected. Included in the transaction Carnation Wheat Flakes, 2Vz were leases on other property. Raisin Bran, lO-oz, pkg ...... Sentinel Is Without LaTdry Starch (cubes), 3 for Editor; Resignation Bab o Cleanser, pkg ........ (From page one) Laborlite Wood Cleaner, I lb. possibly more an an instructor in the navy photgraphic interpreters' Golden Sweetose Syrup, 11/2 school, the only one of its kind in the United States. Cheezit Cheese Wafers, 6-or. George Dressel, recently of the Simcoe Inn, has kindly consented to serve temporarily as reporter. The Sentinel has advertised in the Pub- lishers' Auxiliary, a newspaper with a nation-wide circulation, and has received quite a few letters of ap- plication. A permanent ~editor will no doubt be secured soon. As Dressel has had no previous newspaper experience, Sentinel readers are requested to bring or phone their news items to him earher than usual. He will be on the job Friday. Because The Sentinel has an earlier deadline to make in order to get the mail on the train, and be- cause the shop has been shorthanded since before Christmas, making much overtime work necessary, the readers are urged to Cooperate with Dressel as much as possible. Hi Ho Crackers, pound ..... Onion Sets, 2 pounds ....... Tillamook Cheese, pound ... Pure Lard, pound .......... CANDY- Boxes, Bars, News About Boys In The Service (Continued from first page) -- n---ffEff- Sgt. Jimmy Stultz is here, having arrived this weekend. He has been in North Carohna at a convalescent HEARTS, beef or veal, lb.. hospital. visI iVEs PORK CHOPS, pound .... August Smith of the navy is here ~dsiting relatives on a two weeks VEAL ROAST, pound ..... ~ leave. is WEINERS, pound ......... .,, Friends of Sgt. Abert Hathaway l SLICED LUNCH MEAT, lb. will be interested to know he is recovering at a Walla Walla hospital from wounds he received in Belgium. He expects to be at his home in Stevenson the end of this week. Abert has the Purple Hearts for two i wounds at different times and also! the Presidential citation for merit- orious service while in action. MOIRE POPULAR THAN SINATRA Tech. Sgt. Earl Shiery has a voice that is more popular with flyers than l that of Sinatra, for he is a homing station operator for a P-47 Thunder- bolt group in the Ninth air force. He helped steer 348 transient aircraft through bad weather in one 30-day period. He has been recommended for the bronze star medal for the feat of homing 65 aircraft in two hours, radioing them from one to a dvzen steers apiece. Traffic was so heavy two and three aircraft would be calling for help at once and it took 25 minutes to get around to giving one pilot a second steer after an original compass heading had ,been transmitted to him. Usually on- ' ly a single transmission is necessary. Once, however, the station gave 14 separate steers to a Britain-based fighter plant from east of the Ruhr. He had been a student in the Bick- leton schools and his home is now i Yoncalla, Oregon. I FAIRFIELD, CALIF, March 26 Capt. Claude A. Eshelman of Center- ville has been assigned to duty at the Air Transport Command's Fair- field-Suisun Army Air Base, it was announced by Lt. CoL Arthur W. Stephenson, Comanding Officer. He is the son of Mrs. Emma Eshel- i man of Centervflle and entered the l Army on March 3, 1942. Prior to his ~entrance into the Army, he was a Veterinarian. While at this base, Captain Eshel- man's duties will aid in the success- ful execution of the mis~on of this ATC installation to dispatch high priority cargo, personnel, and air mail across the longest over-water airway in the world to the strate- gically important Pacific Theater of Operations. A fleet of giant ATe C-54 Skymaster transport planes fly sick and wounded military person- nel from combat zones to this base on regular air evacuation flights and also returns combatwise veterans to the U. S. under the Army's overseas rotation plan. Captain Eshelman graduated from Centerville high school and Wash- ington State College where he maj- ored in Veterinary Medicine. I Grade A Steer CALF BRAINS, pound-..... COTTAGE CHEF, E, pint. FRESH SALMON.: SMELT AND Fresh GROUND BEEF, lb.. TONGUE, Beef or Veal, lb.. SLICED LIVER, pound ... Fresh Dressed HENS and AND DRESSED