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AGREEMENT REPRODUCTION, DISSEMINATION, STORAGE, DISTRIBUTION PROHIBITED May 6, 1948 THE GOLDENDALE SENTINEL--Goldendale; Washington Page Five , 5 I NewsI Goodnoe Hills from the George Moone Electric ture was the low cost of cut i C~wood News l Maryhill News Supply store at Wasco, was here flowers--one dozen gladioli that'r !one day last week in the interest were three feet long and onet ------- E. C. MAr.or ~ ~ ~-r of electrical wiring work. I dozen big red carnations--at aI ~ ~g ~ ~ J~A~.or Mr. Garaghan drove to Tygh cost of 77 cents., i section crew at Northi The round-up of Indian horses'Valley recently where a Graham Mr. and Mrs. George Morris, ofI The U. S. Forest Service willi J. W. Howe drove to Vancou- been moved away and drew a lot of visitors to Rock i plow was purchased for use in fal- White Salmon spent the weekend present a free motion picture pro- ~ver last Tuesday where he visited .gram. "Life Blood of the Lamb" relatives. and "Then It Happened" at the Miss Carter and Miss Leatherby : Glenwood school auditorium at were luncheon guests of Mrs Sue 8:00 pm. on Monday, May 10. Morehead in Goldendale Friday. and family have'Creek during the past week. flow trash farming at the Spring- with their sons and family, Mr. to Cooks. I Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Two-ihill ranch, and Mrs. Edward G. Morris and was brought home ihig and Miss Jessie Fisher drove l Mrs. Wade was a dinner guest son. from the hospital in down to the Hills for a visit with of Mr and Mrs. Robert Imrie last Daniel Harrigan, of Seattle, and where she underwent friends on Sunday ;Wednesday evening Glenn Montgomery, of Presser, She is getting along' Mr. Purdy, of the Indian De-I An interesting letter from Peru were business visitors of Ed Matt- I partment, came over from Yaki-i tells of the Charlie Baggarley son on Sunday. Murdock was home from ;ma on Friday to adjust some sur- family in that country. Homes Mr. and Mrs. Jake Ellsworth the weekend. I vey work for Gus Beeks. Mr. seem to be more available there were diner guests at Mrs. Mae with her grand lPurdy is a cousin of Mrs. Maude than here. The Baggarleys rented Doughty's home on Sunday. Pinell, was shop- Ryals. I what is called a "little house"-- Dallas Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Jayne and i four bedrooms, three bathrooms, .2 or 15 members of the;Lillian Imrie were Sunday visit-!two maids rooms, including two Model Club of The!ors at the Wilford and Jess Imrie native maids. It seems to 1~ the Monday night with ~ homes, i custom in Peru for the maids to of East Smithville James Beatty, representative go with the house. Another lea- O FOR ONE WEEK JUST A SAMPLE OF THE BARGAINS RECORDS Afor $1.00 Sheet Music 6 for $1.0.0 Used Radios Radio ..... 7.50 Radio ..... 12.95 : The final University of Wash-: i ington forum speaker, Prof. :Kunde, will be here June 2, to speak on recreation in the com- munity and family. The Club in- vl~es everyone to come to a pot- !luck supper at 7 p.m. on the same Mrs. Robinson, Mrs. Asher and Mrs. Riggs went to Goldendale night to the western show F(i~t[~y high school. Mrs. Emile Conboy was one of a group of six Goldendale teach- ors who went to Portland last ited Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Blan- chard Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Montague went to Arlington Sunday where they attended a rodeo. Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Blanchard drove to Yakima Monday. Mr. Alvau left Tuesday morn- ing and will visit his son and !daughter for a white before going on to Canada. Mr. and Mrs. Taka- :hashi are moving in the Alvau house. '. t~ay Ferguson, of Cliffs, was in Maryhill Tuesday. Goodnoe Wheat Port. Radio 7 tubes $28.00 ROSS / 819.95 Broilers $4.95 Pinup--L--amps 79c . Heaters $2.00 Roaster $9.95 Camp Lights Reg. $15.00 $9.95 Just the thing for camping BIGGS RADIO White Salmon night. Mrs. Bertha Jeuneman, Mrs. i Max Ladiges, Sr., Mrs. Gus Grib- week to select library books. /~ Mr. Conboy went to ArIington L lrowers Sunday to attend a rodeo. Meet Edna Triplett nor, Mrs Paul Ladiges, Miss Elo- Mr. and Mrs. Montague went ~se Gribner spent a few days in to The Dalles Saturday night ~ GOODNOE HILLS (Special) -- ---------- An informal meeting of the wheat Portland last week. Mrs. Wedgwood and grand men was held at Miss Geer's home Mr. and Mrs. Dean Gillenwaters Lvle beat Glenwood at a game daughter, of The Dalles, spent Sunday evening. John Sanders, of of Goldendale were dinner guests here Sunday by a score of 15-14. Sunday at the Blanchard home. the Kerr, Gifford Grain Co., was at the Forrest Wallace home in Eddie Eaton l~itched for Glen- Jim ttowe was a dinner guest present and agreed to do the White Sahnon Thursday evening, wood. :April 29. of Mr. and Mrs. Riggs Friday. weighing, buying, etc., of the ! Mr. and ]~lrs. Ehner Knowles, Mr. and Mrs. Meade, the par- wheat shipments from Goodnoe Mrs. Jerry Brashers and Miss ,Mr. and Mrs. A. Hannah and chil- cnts of Mrs. Montaguc returned station. :Sally McVean, of White Sahnon, dren and Grandma Dale, of Port-to their home in Tacoma Thurs- This will mean a four mile in- attended the Apple Blossom Fes- hind, were weekend guests of the day itivat in Wenatchee over the week- '.Mrs Dales 80th birthda~,. 'son home Sundav were Mr and has been the custom for the past end. :Charles Criss family, celebrating Dinner guests at the I C. Robi-"stead of a 22 mile haul which Mr. and Mrs. James LeonardI Mr. and Mrs. Bill Jackson and ~Mrs. L. L. Case; of Goldendale, ten year. It will also mean a savin'g of 2~/z cents a bushel on and familv, of Portland, visited Mrs. Bertha Babcock went to Mr. and Mrs. Lester Robison and freight rates. ents,the homeMr, andf MrSMrs. Leonard'sw. F. par-;Yakima last Sunday to visit rela-;family, of The Dalles and Mrs. i i Asher. The occasion was in honor ladies came to the Door Chime over the weekend. I tiveSThe Boy- Scouts visited Maryhill iof the birthdays of Mr. Case and Mr.TheandWheatMrs. Guy Thompson, Mr. Bennett, meeting, too. Those present were Hayes Holman, superintendent Museum last Sunday Don Robison. of White Sahnon Valley schools, i The new fire truck arrived last Mrs. Robison, her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jake Ellsworth, Mr. and $1.49 to $10.95 and Opal Yarnell, clerk attended week This is a much needed im-and Mrs. Case, and Mrs EarlMrs- Willard Doughty, Mr. and a School Transportation meeting nrou~rnonf fn. ~h. .... ~ c,, 'Jackson drove to Yakima Satur-Mrs. Robert Imme, Mrs Mac ~--~ i in 28;~wr.Gldendale and "'lvlrs. WednesdaY,Merrill Evans,Apt(( of;theli ~v 'd'Ladies homeAid of was Mrs.Well John attended Vanhoy.mn-at "-~hxandsThe Dalle ~t:,, " Ma~ur~ggs" shopped m' ::: Doughty Mi~eS'e nG? rt~tgih awne Wmre P~n a bI~ t$ and. W G . Imrie. Mr. and b; Harmonica Beach, Oregon, were m !Our next meeting will be with. . " Mr and Mrs Harry Bryant Mr ~ ~aJmon las;:weeK ~o attenaiMrs" Henry Hansen, Sr, May 13' fMr~sCl~ft'Wintc~~r~pd'flka21ght~r~ andsMrs''BertGeer'--- ----"-'---- "---"- ,,,, ,ed J~ of Maryhill, t~ne iun era{ oI Merrins s~ep- Mrs. Maurice Hathaway was lamer, ~m mccormick. I hostess tea May Day party Sat-!~vinrds. daughSehr~rtfsCli~S~y Va~tedi~.'c~#tes. hOSteSS m serving $1.25 The Broughton Lumber Com-lurday afternoon noon. ~l pa~Yte~2I~ods~eC;li:edrd~l~r~rYSOf I A very enjoyable Bible study' Mr. and Mrs. A. L Sanders, of' IDl.J[ir"lil~lL"l 10"A - -lwas held at the home of Mr and Portland' were overnight guests I lllqJllr,~ IO|IJ~ standard Make attle. A crew is now taking out iMrs" Norman Troh Sunday'eve- ~i~l ~ea iPn~n?l~dand the new one i ning, after which games were" of his sister, Mrs Asher, last i l -- -- - Vacuum ..... soon _ played and refreshments served Th~IrrSdanY~i Mrs Vernon Weltzin II FOr Garbage Hauhno mr. ana lvirs M. C. McDermott, to 20 guests, i of W'ishram, vimted at the Blan'~[ rid !_ lr~ " Mr. and Mrs. Harold Larsen, Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Danielson chard home Sunday. f[ DO" Byars Cleaner ~ lVlrs; Omar Foster, Mr. and attended Grange at Lyle Satur-~ Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Martin vis-| IVlrS. %.,1111 ulson, Mr. and Mrs. day evening. They report it un- with attachments Chuck Ackley, Mr. and Mrs. advisable to organize a Juvenile Loren Triplett, Oscar Wallace and Grange until a new hall can be built for Glenwood. $39.95 iBob McDermott were among the White Salmonites who attended The Eager Beaver Scout Troop the White Salmon-Goldendale sponsored a movie Thursday eve- baseball game in Goldendale Sun- mug. New day. Among those in Goldendale Fri-i $169.95 Radio day were Mr. and Mrs. Art Ladi-' I ges, Charles Holly, Bud Huff- When .choosing a commercial smith, Mr. Ede, and Frank Leaton. $129.00 fertilized, remember the N or Mr. Hatling has announced that Nitrogen produces green leaf twelve students will graduate Store Sample growth. Use sulfate of ammonia from the eighth grade this year. or Ford fertilizer. For producing fruit and seeds use phosphate fer- & ELECTRIC tilizer. When in doubt use com- plete fertilizer Always use barn- Centerville School yard manure. Ida Mao Homly The seventh grade gave a very good assembly program Friday. This was a shadow play called "The Operation." The 'victim' or 'patient' was John Miller. The doctor, Stanley Gray, and the nurse was Marilyn Miller. As the scene, opened they proceeded to amputate John's leg and hand. This was all done behind a screen so it looked very real to the audi- ence. Mike Coy recited a poem, "When the Teacher Gets Cross," which brought many laughs. ] We are very glad to see Mr.. Roser back after a week's absence. 1 He told us of the many interest-I things he saw on his trip back to Kansas. l Mrs. Kahkonen, our cook, who aas given us such excellent meals lhis year and many years before, aas left us, but she will be back aga, m next fall. Spergon, Cuprocide, Semesan, Semesan, Jr., and Arasan are chemical compounds that prevent seed decay and soil diseases from infecting 'tender young seedling l plants. The County Agent s office as a treating chart for all seeds. It's your's for the asking. RANGE also burns Wood or Coal 4~ - THIS You get thoee featc~oo in the trim, new MONTAG BungMow combination range : Four latest-type burners and a spacious oven that give you electriclty's fast, controlled heat--p/us grates and separate range top to utilize wood or coal for cooking and heating. Come in and see this compact model todayl $295.00 q~ i ATT Th CIIURCtt 0F CHBIST i In contrast, this small group of railroad e union leaders are attempting to flout the 'and Wilbur Streets intent and spirit of the Railway Labor Act, SUNDAY SERVICES , Court and dictate their own t~ms. They have dictated a paralyzing railroad i,~, 10 a.m. and 8 p.m.. "The Bible! The Only Authentic Guide-Book In Religion" You will be the victim! ,rs representing less than 0neitenth of railroad empl0yes forHWthe longundemocratic,Will the AmerlCanarbitrary, publiCand abusiveS/and nn~ ~ndations of President s Emergency board--refuse to use of the right to strike and the disregard except on their own terms--threaten t0paralyze nation by strike! Howf thelongObligatiOn~n thetAmerieanPrvide transportation?people permit o processes provided for pearefal settlement ~anth~ee railroad unions, rep- after hearing evidence for 33 days, made one-tenth of all railroad recommendations based on all the facts in of disputes? a railroad strike that the case. The railroads have accepted these Force seldom produces settlements that are nation, recommendations, either fair or lasting. Moreover, a point is refuse to accept a 15 cents often reached when personal interests must vase retroactive to Novem- Who's to blame? be held subordinate to the gruter public ncre sse was recommended Although they deplored so large an extra cost welfare. That is why the rail_roads have na- mer! :ency Board appointed burden, the railroads accepted the report of cepted the Emergency Board recommend- the Board because they felt it was in the pub- tions. That is also why the leaders of these ~a~ c~ts already has been lic interest to uphold the spirit and intent of three unions should reconsider their doclsion railroad unions. But the Railway Labor Act, to tall paralyzing s/Hke. Locomotive Engineer~ )comotiveswitchmen,sFiremenunionandof Compare these wages with whatyouou make! ----- tim Amrm t.ml accept what more than Here is a comparL~rn I ......... .,.. _ EImiRP with WIp nployes have accepted. .-..--,.p ,., .alp IL-re|.t necwmmled of aver e annual d E I M . ~ . TIN m I~ A vii IEirai~ll Annllal |amlnlls by pmsl~t s htnl 'lke to get morel earnings Or engineers ,u,,~_sutese al~ nrel~ zo ~o~ i rt~es dls(.~L|SSlOn nre-war) and 1947 Road Fre gl~t__...: ...... $s,eu Se,t~ $0,786 (pr. o~....,,., l..,.h,,~ ~,~ u.~C~l an way) ! s demanded by these ................. Psse-- r -"-- ----~-'-- would hay- ~.oaa a nge ........ S 632 5,391 o~s would increase wages ~venm'~the 15~ cent.~ Road Freight (Through) 3:14~ 4.esz S,le7 z~eommended by the - r hour increase, of Yard .................... ~,74s 4,07s 4,740 ) t leaders want more-- ~e~d b~ the railroa~l~ FIREMEN railroads put into effect and rejected by the Road Freight ......... $2,T3a I~4,721 ~I$,~I0 ;Y_ asked ~or, Including union ]eaders, had(Local and Way) should be denied, been in effect through- Road P a~.enger ......... S.?~Z 4,$44 :~XO out the entire year Road Frexght ........... 20~9 S,4SO ,14 theinSlstzldlr.dsthat eertainha with-rules 1947 Railroad wages compute~ ~a~rom Interstate ~elr~e ZCommis~oln~tetement I~:~0~ ~aet that the Board ~hese union leaders except upon these t @ Of Visalia, California Beginning ,1. 8P.M. ATTEND The C H U R C H SUNDAY SERVICES Court and Wilbm" Streets 10 ram. and 8 pan.. 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