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"lJ~ (~SMALLTOWNPAPERS, INC. ALL CONTENT COPYRIGHTED ALL RIGHTS RESERVED ].~l'r~o ~ENSEA~GP.~-~ME-4~IT. REPRODUCTION, DISSEMINATION, STORAGE, DISTRIBUTION PROHIBITED. THE GOLDENDALE ~INTIN~kkmdale, Washington Page Three Baxter Circle Methodist church Mr. and Mrs. Ed Allbritton, of! Mr. and Mrs. Leonard'McKeel /~lbert Binns and Maxine Binns Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Wherry, of Mrs. Win. McCormick, of Whl.te bust- Roosevelt, Goldendale her Salmon, accompanied were /apron, fancywork, and food sale Alderdale, were Goldendale bust-ispent the weekend at their cabinlof Roosevelt spent last Saturday by son in rummage room Saturday, May hess visitors Tuesday. .on the Big Klickitat at the Leidl.in Goldendale on business, hess visitors last Saturday. They and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Bennie 8, at 10 00"a. m. 182-- Arnold Kinneman of Yakima, ,ranch I Wilbur Hopper, who has taken iwere accompanied by Mrs. Isa- Evans, of Bingen, were business Claude Knight and Dean Gil- sn~nt Tuesday in G'oldendale on Mr. and Mrs. Bob Fordyce and"a posititon as' laboratory techni- belle Cooley, of Portland, visitors in Goldendale Monday. lenwaters attended an electrical business " ,Mr. and Mrs. Red Fordyce, of cian in Oregon City, Oregon, .: - : , contractors meeting in White Sal .... " ....... White Salmon were shopping in :spent last week with his family :~ I~ -- Imon last Wednesday evening. !l.nlv~r~" ~e~rled~ertry a~taeS~nfur'rr~- !Goldendale Tuesday. ',in Ooldendale. Mrs. Hopper and [~[B~ li. McCardell and son, Bob] Mr. and Mrs Richard Jacroux,, a .. a% L~' ~ ...... -I Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Hayden and children are preparing to leave! ='~Uardel " ' - al rll:es ior t;narles w mummer , . 1~'-' . 1 spent last weekend m ~were Sunday wsltors m Pasco ........ ;, ~ ; Ernest Ward attended the steeple-~for a ~ls~t wtth relahves m I1-i re~.~gham visiting the former's! Bob Krauspe and Jack Dressel !. ~.' ~ 9~tarter' I~r~nA'~spe~n~:chase Sunday afternoon at Port-]inois. '. ~jear-old mother, Mrs. Mary'.returned last Thursday fromi~atS~in:rmay m t~um .......... iland Meadows. i Mrs. O. K. Hill, Mrs. Herman] ~ ~,u.gart. Portland where they spent a few ~ ~" . ' Mr and Mrs R J Petersen Rauscher and Mrs Fred Korthasc ~'71t.,air~. Amos Holman of Klick-Idays on business. I Mr. and Mrs. Earl Dooley were from'the eastern part of the court: spent last Thursday in Hood Riv- USED CAR ld'~owas a Goldendale business I Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Story were nbUS~n~ss visitors m Wapato Wed- ty, were Goldendale business vis-:e,.'. Mrs. Margaret Hill aecom-: SPECIALS "- | 27 last Thursday visitors in Glenwood Sunday. ' ".:' . .... itors Monday. partied them as far as The Dalles: I~--~'ed Ratchel~r of" ~1 ........ A i Marion Stauch, of White Sal-i~. Will,am, Dob]:gsky aria ~.li Mrs. Dewey Sehmid, of Trout :and spent the day there. ~i~|:.as~a Goldendale business"v{s~'rjren, visited in Goldendale oni~eer, ~),om oi w~s.m-am, ~-el;e m Lake, visited Superintel~dent Friends of Mr. and Mrs. J. S. "_ ~ Sa.turdav - i Friday" ~omenaaic on business Ntonaay. Ralph Brown's office Wednesday "Hap" Hoagland will be gland to f0~~ The shrubbery man from Port_!. Margaret .Rasmussen, o~ ~m-of last week. ~ learn that they are now located e ~]1 ',land will be in Goldendale, May iKte~on was m t~omenoam ~amr- Mrs. Roy Lundberg has re- in their home in Okanogan where i ~i / .g-, , ' ' ~- ,- !." 'l -' ~ , " ^, . . "Y. M s. L. C. Curtis, Mrs. Kate i~'"" .-. ." . ~ .~. ? ; 1941 Stude. Champion he~ ispent rnursclay in Liomenaa~e on i ~,eo ~usn, o~ ~pp~emn, was in Powell and Mrs Julius Veretta highway uepartmem office ~vn' : 1937 Ford Pickup r~ltl PllftNl~: ~9 !business. ~Goldendale on business Thursday. of Wishram were Goldendale vis-'land Mrs. Hoagland invite "their - ,ll~_" v ..... I Roy Mayson, of White Salmon, [ Mr. and Mrs. Nels Matsen, of itors Monday. ~,Goldendale friends traveling in li~'~-t~Uou~ ~how eve--, ~atu-da-, Ispent last Thursday in Golden-iSunnyside visited in Goldendalel Mr and Mrs John Emhoff and t~at vicinity to call on ~hem. ,~e]~ ~t~day and Hoiidal~ siarting"idale on business. !last Saturday. son. of Naches" were Sunday vis-:Incidentall)} Mr. and Mrs. Hoag-! st.l~L at 2"15 P M Orrin Fuller, of Yakima, was a! Mr. and Mrs. Tom Reilly and itor~s at the home of Mr and Mrs land mailed a money order for l , ~;.. " " " IGoldendale business visitor last children spent Saturday in Yaki- Sam Foreman " " $~0 which they contributed to SPIEKERMAN BROS. ~-"~aee prices untlll 5:00 p.m./Saturday afternoon. Ima. I The shrubbery man from Port- I the War Memorml Fund. ! e~ ~,~, / Mr. and Mrs. Joe Barker and i Mrs M R Selisch and Miss;land will be in Goldendale May l Mr. and Mrs. George Homburg, : Your Ford Dealer ~t~ "rot child occupying a seat /family, of Pasco, were SundaviMary 'Cain. of The Datles. called 8, at McKenzie Hdwe. ' lt__of Lyle, were in Goldendale overi musl have a ticket guests at the home of Mr. auction Mrs. Lettie Berry in Golden-I Mrs. Louise C. Wilson writesthe weekend. Saturday they at-: ____ iMrs. D. E. VandeVanter i dale Sunday evening, from Seattle that she is recover-tended the open-house at the new ~m~ i George Matsen and Eric Frost-I Horace White, of Glenwood,/ing from a broken right arm, Grange building. George Hem- May 7-8rup, of Bickleton were Golden- was in town Monday and report- / which she recently sustained in a burg :is the superintendant of the - dale business visitors last Thurs-led that it was sne~{,ing in Glen- i fall. iLyle high school and Mrs. Hem- day afternoon, wood that day. , Mrs. Maud Driscoll and Mr andiburg is teacher at the Primary ' .,led briefly w~th frmnds last Sun-~br~tton, and Ray Van Nostern, all + U~ to her heed Io thins MELCHIOR :~.[day. Imembers of the Bickleton school +i Mrs. Maud Shelton, who re-~board, were in Goldendale Satur- n,after spending a week in St :ant Ralph Browns office in the !i :~i turned t her home last week day n business at Superintend- S:]Elizabeths hospital in Yakimal courthouse. $,continues to improve Mr. and Mrs. Harold Isaacson . + County Commi~sio'ner~ Loren returned to their ranch home ~ Tri'q"tt and A1 a~-'~^'- w~re in a~ V/arw~ck from Prmcetown B $ "~:iGoldendale Monday and Tuesday C., where they spent the winter. MARGARET :*~ :.:: i attending a meeting of the Board :~aro~9 was worKing ]:or a~.gold O'BRIEN SPONSORED ~Y ;~lof County Commissioners. areagmg company "on me b~m~- ~'~ Laurence Fields and Don Kel- likameen river. Harold advises ~i:lley each caught a steelhead onImotorists to be sure and obtain Sheriff's Posse and No. 12 Riding Club el the Big Klickitat river Saturday. :liability and property damage in- +Fields' fish weighed ten and a surance oemre entering Canada, 1~ ~lhalf lbs. and Kelly's six and a as they are strictly enforcing the [~ Proceeds for benefit of .:-lhalf pounds, new law recently enacted. + KLICK1TAT COUNTY HORSE SHOW--MAY 16 *i Claude Purvine and Bert Mans- Toni Jo and Mary Lee Spencer field were fishing Sunday in the returned to White Salmon Sun- -.',!Lower Klickitat River. Purvine aay, alter spenmng two weeks at caught a ten pound steelhead the home of "their grandparents, CENTi 'I WII[i ' A N 17 t.l A II a ter a half-hour battle Mr. and Mrs. Troy Spencer. v ~ffi,,~v~,ffi-~---~a.~ ~, ~.~ a~-~--~L~~ Tillman Peterson, State Super- Mr. and Mrs. Troy Spencer on-! intendent of School Transporta-tertained Sunday at their home] ............... ~ tion, was in Goldendal,e Sunday]the following friends and role- &T| & V ltR ~ i~ ~ to attend a transportation hearing[Lives: Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Spen- "~/,,~|| ||~| I/~ | |~| /=~| ~ ~ ,at the courthouse, fcer and Bernard, of Madras, Ore- ~ Rev. and Mrs. A. R. Kettner, tgon; Mr. and Mrs. James Ritter, ]of Newberg, Oregon, stopped in]of White Salmon; Mr. and Mrs. }:lGDldendale last Friday and visit-~Jim Spencer, of White Salmon; May S-lO MUSIC BY ~ted Clarence J Phillips. The Kett-/Mr. and Mrs. Lee Ritter, Sandra, $, " ~Iners and Phillips were friends [Roger and Arnold, of Goldendale ~ + f' ..... | lfl~|____L___ Jf'~--__L____L____ $,,lwhen both families resided in|Roger and Arnold, Mr. and Mrs. [CIINICOLORHII' ''~" ~,,~IJrrO, Blangllar. urcnestr. . Wilbur. ,Harold Atkins and Donna, of [~ ~] The shrubber man from Port-IGldendale and Miss Norma Jl -- Y /- ~{land will be in Goldendale, May Parker, of Chelan. /~ Dancing at 9:30 Midnight Lunch$18 at McKenzie Hdwe lt---/ W B. Sappingfield, former ~1 ~ /i ' ~ i U. S~Fmh W]lldh f~r SOrry me~ ~v as t ewde 1~. ~~~ ~ ~" I ' Jhn Finley' field agent fr the Gldendale resident' wh sufferfaCkr.e~i Admission: $1.25 per couple, tax inc. ,,r_~ng _wi~hgalceou~,y.~e~t :E_~I. tsteadyi~pr6ve~nrent.~.His' i Huckfeldt m Goldendale may reach h~m by I] ] ] ] ] ]] ix Now In The | SHARON McMANUS I ; ' =: ~ ": :2 ; ! on West Main, opposite the Star Theatre M A COMPLETELY NEW AND MODERN BUILDING For Our Complete Line Of WESTINGHOUSE APPLIANCES RANGES REFRIGERATORS "RADIOS WATER HEATERS LAUNDRYMATS SMALL APPLIANCES "EVERY HOME NEEDS WESTINGHOUSE" --See Us For-- r writing to box 103A, route two, !Creswell, Oregon. Mrs. 1V~yrl McAllister, of La- guna Beach, California and her daughter, Mrs. H. F. Hapgood ar~ son, Jerry and Jack, Ben~l Oregon, spent ~he weekend ir Goldendale visiting friends and 'transacting business.. They re- turned to Bend. Monday. Mrs. McAllister will visit her daughter and family theer a week before returning to her home in Cal- iforriia. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Claussen spent Sunday at the home of Mrs. Claussen's father, W. F. Byars, and also' visited other relatives. Mr. Claussen, who is manager of the M. Williams. & .~o; store in Corvallis, Ore., ~tendeM a ,com~ I ipany meeting in The Dalles Mon- tda~rs. Ray Be'tz, of SeattI~; spent last week in Goldendale visiting her mother, Mrs. Julia Wilson and brothers, Charley and Elmer Wil- son. Mrs. Betz was on her way to San Francisco to join her hus- band. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Rude and daughters, of Portland, were in Goldendale last Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Rude plan So locate in Goldendale is suitable housing accommodations are available. Mrs. Laura Carter, of Presser spent the week in Gotdendale visiting her daugh.ter and family, Mr. and Mrs. S.L. Gray. Mrs. Carter came to Goldendale last week with Mr. and Mrs. Henry Stegman, who had spent ,the weekend in Presser. 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