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4 -- The Gold*ndal* Sentinel -- Thursday, AIx 27, 1972 ICY[ student to be 0ne-way exchange The Interna!onal Christian Youth Exchange is no planning for next fall when a young pers(m ;rom abroad will be welcomed to make his )r her home with Harold and Mary Hill. l'his will be a one- way exchange to ease the financial burden somewhat. The following organizations have paid their pledges or made contributions" First Methodist Church, First Baptist Church, Evening Circle of Baptist Church, Roosevelt Women's Club, Dig and Dream Garden Club, Goldendale Grange, Pomona Grange, Beta Sigma Alpha, Beta Sigma Phi, Eastern Star, P.E.O., Golden- dale High School Honor Society, Sophomore Class, and proceeds of the Twirp Dance. Also several interested individuals have donated. Those interested in contributing to this venture of sharing are asked to contact Mrs. Alvin Randall of Centerville. Mrs. William Garner or Mrs. M. B. Ketcham, both of Goldendale. On May 16 the committee and their spouses will entertain the present ex- change student, Bode Rinas of Germany, with his host family, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Witt and John, at the High School cafeteria. Dinner will be catered by the gourmet cooking class. Many exhibit at youth art show Showing exceptional enthusiasm and ability, many students in the area exhibited at the Goldendale Centennial Youth Art Show. GHS first place winners were Mark Hall with a stone carving, Jerry Weddle, pencil sketch, Stubby Fentress, abstract ink, Patricia Laminack, pastel, and Cindy Koenig, rock art. Other High School winners were Jerry Weddle, oil, Mark Hall, carving, Laura Koenig, rock art, Patricia Laminack, pastel, Stubby Fentress, abstract oil, and Jerry Weddle, pencil sketch. Throughout the grades, including Centerville, these were the first place winners: Tracy Meyer, Sam Lamb, Karen Edison, Darin Alexander, Jodi Gow, Gretchen Oakley, Natalie Silen, Lori Hayden, Jeff Bryan, Julie Blum, Timothy West, James Bennett, Jeff McDonald, Jim LeGore, Diana Oakley, Anne Edison and Anita Scott. Space prohibits listing the 2nd, 3rd, 4th and honorable mention winners who alone numbered nearly I00. STUDENT ART ENTRIES TO BE DISPLAYED All student entries for the Centennial art show have been judged and will be on display at the Catholic parish hall Saturday and Sunday, April 29 and 30. The hours are: Saturday, 2.6 p.m. and Sunday 1-4 p.m. All prize winning entries will be kept for display during Centennial week. Others will be returned to the respective schools after this weekend's display. ABWA scholarship deadline is set "Many women are not aware that they can apply for college scholarships offered by the American Business Women's Association," reported Ruth Wheelon, scholarship chairman. "We will be evaluating the requests soon and tl'y must be in by May 20." Those eligible to apply should be in- terested in furthering their education to fulfill their role as wome in b and should be high school graduates or seniors this year; must present a transcript of their high school grades; and include two letters of recommendation from such people as an employer, minister, teacher, or ABWA member. Applicants must write a letter of request with a short autobiographical sketch explaining their need, what field they wish to enter, and what they intend to do when completing their education. Applications should he sent to Mrs. Carl W'heelon. Sharla Rae Niemela wed ,to Warren L. Dow here Saturday, April 8, at 2 p.m. Miss Sharla Rae Niemela, daughter of Les and Phillis Niemela of Goldendale, became the bride of Warren L. Dew Jr., son of Warren and Charlotte Dew of BandeR, Or. The double ring ceremony was held in the Methodist Church in Goldendale with Pastor Hugo Larson of Hood River officiating. The bride was given in marriage by her father. The bridal gown was floor length chiffon over satin, trimmed with chantilly lace roses centered with clusters of pearls. The long, detachable train was also edged with the design of roses and pearls. The finger tip veil was held by a tiara of satin with pearl trim. The heart-shaped bouquet was of blue and white carnations. Wedding attendants were: Matron of Honor--Grace Smith of Klickitat; Bridesmaids--Nancy Welch of Coos Bay, Or., cousin of the bridegroom, and Vicki Dew of Bandon, his sister. The girls were dressed in floor-length empire gowns of polyester crepe with white trim. They carded blue and white carnations held by white ribbon. The flower girl was Dulcy Niemela of Klickitat, cousin of the bride. She wore a dress of blue polyester crepe and carried a basket of blue and white flowers. Best man was Allen Niemela of Goldendale, brother of the bride. Ushers were Tom Welch of Coos Bay and Joe Keesee of Milton-Freewater, Or., cousin of the bride. The men wore white tuxedos. Candlelighters were Teresa and Joe Buckenmeyer of Bellingham, cousins of the bride. Mrs. Niemela wore a navy blue shift with a sleeveless coat of blue and white. Mrs. Dew wore a blue shirtwaist dress with long cuffed sleeves. Both mothers wore corsages of blue carnations and white rosebuds. Music was played by Mrs. Sam Ztunwalt of Goldendale. "The Lord's Prayer" and "Wedding Prayer" were sung by Kathy Keesee of Milton- Freewater, coUsin of the bridegroom. The tiered wedding cake trimmed with blue roses was tmked and served by Hazel Morehead of Klickitat. Others assisting at the reception were Marian Bingham of Hubbard, Or.; Betty Ann Kemmer of Beaverton; and Deanne Anderson of Puyallup; Donna Rutten of Hubbard; and Melinda and Jeanne Chandler of Prineville. Sh&-la attended 11 years of school in Klickitat and was a 1970 graduate of Gold- endale High School. She attended Chemeketa Community College in Salem ooooooemoooqmooooooooooooomoooooooooooooooooooe2 i COHPLETE00SHOP [ tr'. .......... I -,.. ...., : 2 2.'1 -- IAL--I SPEC | |[  !QUICK 330 S188| i.t00L ................. nu ! |1 - ! REEL ,.m .... J== | |I /) I PERRINE ..,...,. | ,I I AUTOMATnc ] ! \\;-,!/" I FLY REEL u,g. ,I.1 $ |1 TACKLE BOXES I S So !Reg. $.419! We bave a complete sdec- t I "r I. 6on of fishin ea" fly 2 $4.95 ................. g g , !Reg. $I .99[ line, lures, bait boxes, o ....... .,._j . 3.005 ................ po ! 60LDENOALE FURNffURE MMIT ] ,.w._ %==='  @@I IOIOIOOOIOOIIIBOOIOM)BOO4)I&$Oi and is now employed as a secretary- bookkeeper for the City of Woodburn, Or. Warren graduated from Bander High School, seed four years in the Navy, and is now employed by Marshall Associated Contractors of Portland. The couple will be living in Woodburn. Out of town guests were: Mr. and Mrs. Warren Dew Sr., StayeR, Lloyd and Vicki, Bendon, Or.; Mr. and Mrs. Joe Keesee and family, MiRon-Freewater, Or.; Mr. and Mrs. Tom Welch, Coos Bay, Or.; Mr. and Mrs. Bill Anderson, Johnny and Matt, Puyallup, Wa.; Mr. and Mrs. Lee B. Sawtelle, Independence, Or.; Pastor and Mrs. Hugo Larson, Hood River, Or.; Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Morehead, Klickitat; Janine Theylsteke (who caught the wedding bouquet) and Clay Yaws, Forest Grove, Or.; Mr. and Mrs. Al Bingham, Hubbard, Or.; Margaret Hostie, Christine Mills, Patricia Alexander, all of Wood- burn; Margie and Fred Ramp, Colton, Or. Mr and Mrs. Grald Stevens, Mr. and Mrs. Gerh Umlauf, Mr. and Mrs. Chet Niemela, Ben Niemela, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Niemela and Dulcy, Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Niemela, Mr. and Mrs. Art Graham, Etole C. Lundln, and Mrs. Grace Smith, all of Klickitat; Sandra Enos and John Drake, Vancouver; Byron Swanson, Portland; Mr. and Mrs. Paul Adkison and Coralie of The Dallas; Mr. and Mrs. Ray Buckenmeyer, Teresa, Joe and Donnie, Bellingham; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Chandler, Melinda and Jeanne, Prineville; Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Kem- mer, Beaverton; Altha Finch, North Bend, Or.; Mr. and Mrs. Gene Stevens, Pullman, and Mr. and Mrs. John Vining, Todd and Trent, Vancouver. EWSC SETS REGISTRATION Mail registration for the Eastern Washington State College 1972 summer session will open Monday, May 1. Talent show adds $200to Elementary piano fund Judge Rakow was'emcee for the Youth Talent Show Friday evening that brought a full-house audience to the Goldendale High School auditorium and netted over $175 for the Elementary School piano fund. A hundred participants made possible the 2%-hour program. Guest artists, members of Karl Kment's Orchestra including Pat Rein of Golden- dale, introduced the program with several numbers. A special feature of the evening was guest artist Eddie Fukano, TV and recording star, who performed three numbers including one from his homeland of Japan. Eddie came in response to youngsters who had asked for dozens of his autographs when be performed earlier this year at Johnny Foster's student jam session. The CenterviUe School sent a 20- member harmonica band under the direction of Principal Mary Jaekel. Stage manager Jeff Pangle was assisted by John Nielsen and Allan Van Horn. Ticket sales were under the charge of Myrtle Scberadella, Patti Green and Sandy McKee. Marsha Ward and Carol Cerna registered participants and Nancy Counts and Kathy McKune were ushers. Kay Kimmel directed the event. All proceeds go for the Elementary piano fund to benefit fourth, fifth and sixth graders. Willingness 1 work, take responsibility lauded "Anyone who doubts the worth or ability of today's youngsters should take a good look at members of the Distributive Education Club at GHS," said Grace Ferry in a reply made on behalf of em- ployers at the DE Annual Banquet Monday night. "Judging from our ex- perence, they--at least the girl we em- ploy-are willing to work and to assume ENGAGED: Mr. and Mrs. Robert  d PerMadlmn mmunm the enpgem of theh. chght, OddS, to Robert O. Ensley, son of Mr. md C. O. E.sk/ef Geldencble. Miss Endtm" is a fourth grade teacher at Cain Johnston Elakey School. Mr. Endey is enqkyed by the U. S. Ferest Service. A JuM wedding i panmmd  tt Port Madhm m O.w WALL GROUPINGS TO BE LECTURE TOPIC Old West Gallery, 312 E, 2nd, The Dalles, takes pleasure in presenting Gordon D. Smythe, AID in the second of a series of lectures and demonstrations. Smythe will speak on "Wall Groupings." He will decorate the wails of the gallery with a variety of groupings containing different art objects as a suggestion of handling like materials in the home. He will be presented at two times this Thursday at 3 p.m., and 8 p.m. There will be a $1 charge for the lecture. THE MOST FOR YOUR MONEY That k whet Vancouver Federal's latmt move has meant to eli who save or invert at any of ih flu'eo ofices: kmm, imid  d.t* d  t, matway, w te widm.,d M twau,k umw. E.y tMtlm   t,,t,mm, ,#  t t ,bn b,twt. 5%% "--"----"''--'---''" the mk , mm. and k ( tim md e[ Ih, qu, mr; ram, wkdra  ah 1  tl qrter am In d d dqm t d d dra_.. Aim rider b n,a4, kr *meqWKY draL 070 m  pasdl4ek Savings Acc ilsmld pald frem  ld en dep made m w Ikre the Ih any   emd d qu.r; tkem de a@w e 11th w watukm.z b,m' its Id  te M,tw m,m  &m,  d te d,q , ,luh-.a4 ALL INTEREST IS COMPOUNDED DAILY,,, YOU MAY HAVE YOUR INTEREST CHECK MAILED MONTHLY IF YOUR ACCOUNT BALANCE IS $S,000 OR MORE. .YOUR INTEREST iS CoMpOUNDED IN YOUR CERTIRCATE AT ITS AGREED iNTEREST RATE, IF YOU SO ELECT. EACH ACCOUNT fULLY INSURED TO $20,000 by e FEDERAL SAVINGS & LOAN INSURANCE CORPoRATION. Ask how you my kave werM  fury ! very real responsibility." The approximately 20 DE class mem- bers were hosts to their employers at the dinner meeting, held at the Evergreen Care. Appreciation cecates were given out to employers and advisory committee members by Roger Belieu, president. Other officers are Pat TracT, vice- president; Kathy Stonewall, secretary; Melody Walston, treasurer and Cathy Evans, historian. Mr. Robert Boy of the GHS faculty is DE instructor. Distributive education is a sy by which students study business methods in class and business practice in during- school-hours employment periods for which they are released from school. The employment provides a learning situation, both in job selection and in job per- formance, for youth to whom employment of any kind is a new experience. Beta *Elan #mpl0 foreign oookery Members of Beta Eta sorority gathered at the home of Sharon Williams Monday evening to celebrate the llth year of their chapter. Two guests were also present, Karen Watkins and Jaunita Gordon. Programs on foreign cooking were presented by Claire Bishop with French food, and Betty Edwards with Scan- dinavian food. Mrs. Bishop prepared and fed the group artichokes, buttered bread with radishes, and zl.s, Mrs. Edwards lrepared a cookie especially used at Christmas called Krumkake (Crumb- cake). Marilyn Card was presented a going- away gift as she and her family will be moving to Olympia at the end of the school year. SPRING TEA INVITATION GIVEN The Methodist Church Women wish to invite all church women of the Goldendale area to a spring tea on Friday, May 5, at 2 p.m. in the Methodist Church dining room. "You are encouraged to wear your Cen- tennial garb," adds their publicity chairnmn, Mrs. Clyde Fridley. AUDREY BROWNING JAYCEE WIVES CLUB Audrey Browning was oft 19. Other new officers for thee include: Connie , Sandy Bell, secretary; Je treasurer; and Molly director. Interested invited to visit the Bell's May 17 at 8 p.m. POMONA DEGREE The fifth, or Pomona given by a visiting team County Friday evening, welcome to bring their Goldendalel Recent preparation for the com vention in Yakima in June. 4-H NEWS Susy ns Atthe plans to pick up litter on Members are making TV S TH 00id" Sandy Duacaa Todd Samm A patriotic, --pluS" Omar Sharff Leigh They are part of an dor that belongs to defies the passage SUN. - MeN..1 An 3o. Are The Dead "p I ul" "There Crooked Kirk Henry Do you know what the Bible really teaches about death? h the late Bishop Pike really in contact the dead? Of what does a soul consist? Jesm refer to death as a sleep? hdor Wayne Dyers will thi, Bible subiod this Wedne00ay evening at "REA(H OUT FOR Seventh-day Adventist Church-- ( z-'nme of Fury") Weekend Topics: Fri., April :'-'CHRISTIANITY'S GREAT (Fi.ln-",ow e Prophecy." Johnny Cash tim film) Saturday MOnthS and Saturday  there Conference Office of SeventlHJay Adventists. tot k eldflled--'THE DAY I DIED AND ABOUT IT." This Will be preceded by a Christ Live In Your ome?" Sua., April O--"A WEEKEND WlTHA WEAK WELCOME! W and B