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, Page Twelve THE GOLDI~NDALE ~I~'TINI]L---C~Idenclale, Washington Thursday, May ,,u..--if:..--,,, l. teq.kita, Girl,o .... r-t"/-/old,z ..... r__t. .... a 1shouldered the major part of the Avl4m,~la l%,C;llt. AO &'t~ t,, t, ~ a. )LIqC;I.||U%, ~l, 0 JtJt VUINa L:d~k%;4L|CXIJ,~;;U. J work in constructing the new -- " 9 -- hall. Description Of Hornlbrook s Playing Banquet Apr .riday, eatures the dedicatory .. " a,. LrWo W*. '. ,-~ ...... '-e, ~,- =:.2,.. .... "~:~YOgrarfi included musical num- (When Wally Hornibrook, son,young person tb' win the most]3~k[ l~llCKlta[ " I .. ," ....... l--- ~, lbers, talks by some of the older of Mr. and Mrs. W. f. Hornibrook, t acclaim. : ~ : F , ~ ~, i..l~arjor)e %anaoers an2_~: enn:~: Ii.n~mbers, and a recital of the his- of Goldendale, made his recent Of course I was burstin~ at thet ...... ; . , %~ .!~wc~KeY, m t~ume~ma/c, wy~= itory of the local Grange by Ern- . " . ~ . . ~ ' Tne JacKson-Jefferson t)anqttet, united in marriage last ~rioay, r appearance in Carnegie Hall, New seams with pride when Wally sat) ..................... * ""-I ......... ' ..... est Roe. ..... ~IlClf.1 lift L[I~2 Ultl~J I'UUIII 0 LIIU ~/~prll du, a~ ~:vo p.m. m me [ . York City, as the ,Pacific North- and talked to me durmg the m-!v~;_~.;+.. ~.;,.. ~.~.~..~ ~.,,;~i--" 1oo+ ................... Completion of the spacmus west srepresentative, Barbara term.stun Just before he played .............. budding m the southeast part of ~ " I lnursoay nlgnt, ~prn ~9, proved Jbem read b the Rev Bruce D - Nells, of Khekltat was in theiHe looked the true picture of tile +~. .......................... ...~.,.~ g .Y - iGoldendale is hailed as a major ;~. i ..... ~t,u ~,)~c ~lli OL&bbLi:llltllll~.~ ~UCUt=:~)~ WILII , t~roseclose ' i .... audmnee. The following IS her cosmopohte, the d~stmgmshed art-ir~ ........ +..~,,...~`4~... ~ ~r~i.l. i " :c]v c ~mprovement, since ]t ]s so .:, M~ , ..... ~,,,uu,,~ a~e,,,,,-s ,,u,,, ~, ~- en en was matron . - l.~, story of the event): ~st, erudite mus~clan. And when~;,.~+ n,a .... , .... ,~ (qo,'k coun I Mrs. M. M. J s_ constructed that ~t fllls a long- For fifteen minutes onthe~he played, I. was carried along!;~;[.~,~.s. .................... - iof honor and Millard Triplett fe]t need by providing a.mple!~ Golden, daleS8 ~[ONt co~piete food afternoon of Tuesday, April twen- w~th the music that came so pre- I ~ ....... , ..... e,on ,,,itu .... I was best man. i space for large pubhe gatherings. ~ ty-first, the scattered audience in eisely and deliciously from underl.;2/,'~,~::~,'~"~,;'~;:== Lewel{cn-[ Following the wedding Mr. People who visited the building-." Shop in a friendly atmosphere. The. Carnegie tIall, sat baCkh and listen-hiSli , hands. . ~i~'~. ........................... ~e}~"~"r~.~,~e~::, ~.~,.~.'i an~tz, Mrs. McClaskey left 'for a'fOrndthe first time ..... over the week-~ est prices on Nationally advertlS ed attenUvely to t e spark ng And what d~d Wally thmk:~,,..+~...+ ..... ~ ~,~.~ ~;+ .... +.~.u mot)r trin through California and[e were lawsh with their prmsei.:. crystalling, . notes, of the grand, when for. the, first, time he reached.. ~,,,.eo.~"~';"Tn~"~"'~"~'~"%;"~%~:d:~"q~3*'2~3 tr~*,**o. -a.~o -~c..,v--,~. -., --~ ..~cxmoM' ' '- City~."Thev ...... will make of the careful workmanship and o.~":" Brands, every day of the week. Shop t pmno ~espondmg to the touch of the Mag;e Goal of all musm]ans? i+~ ...... ~ ....... h ........ ~.. i their home in Go]dendale follow-, the skillful planning which is .:. Wally Hornibrook's fingers. ThelWhat was his reaction as he stood ~"'~/2Y;2~:'~; ~.%.'2~2,,=~22"72*",~i[n, their return ab;ut mid-May, evident in all parts of the hall--,:".: storewhere your business is alw* Bach and Schumann floated upon for the first time on the stage of .... .~ ....... ~'~"~' ....... *;'%-~'"~ [ ~" ,, from the kitchen and dining room -> the air with almost flawless per-iNew York's Carnegie Hall and lccasmn was ~.nenry, o~ van- idownstairs to the big maple-:J{ appreciated. ' ~. " ~couver, pas~ s~a~e represemauve I i ' " :::: fectlon, adding itself to the end-looked out into the white faces .................. , NEW HALL FILLED floored aud~tormm on the mare .-'. less s le f mu i i o " " ~ " l~rom me iD~n legls,atlve ms~rleL floor Thi ins " ~- t" am o s c wh ch has, f h~s audience. D~d he remember ~u ....... ~ .... + ...... , ,:+.+.~ V'OR DEDICATION ' s peetlon made ~t easy2 ,ssued from theCarnegm Hall the. thousands. . .f hours of. prac ............... ,..aIu t=oe, .~ti henry and -i rt , . i for. all to .understand--and share..,_ See_...Wha* 10c Will ...Ru., stage, twe the d~rectmn and assmtance .... ~ ..... ,.. "._" ~ __ . : ~ ....... m--the prude Goldendale Grange ~-:- Wh-~ ha*,,~,-~-~ .~,,.-i-.. +~.~i.., l~; ....... +o ...,4 +.... ~,~.~. +l~..',LIttle, CDleI ass.rant n'om tneI (Conunuea ire. page ) ,hoe ~.~ ;+ ..... , a~.~ i. fifteen minutes? s ....:b~arty ~':iplause~'o~f "h~s"[r~enas~ ~'ttr(nfy. genera~'s~ff~el.,th~ fat-icatory service following at 3:00: .................. !:i: Carnegie Hall itself was im- !Perhaps he thought of all these [" ... ~. s-~ ~ ~ . ~P~- .~ . p.m, i ~ " GARDEN SWEET PEAS, No. 2 can ... ~...1~.' rt rb bl " " ' I wmly ~erage o u~ympm, pas~ pe u a y calm for It has wit-and many more. However, nO,n.qonal .o..mi,+ee .... ~ +~.^ Gotdendale Grange ofhccrs pre- nessed lh er m e ..... .................. i OLD DUTCH CLEANSER .............. .10 . : e p for arm s of thous- matter what he was thinking at v ....... r~ ......... +o ~, ...... ~.+ .... + sented their opening ceremony~ ~ A][~if~/f~r~t~ ands of renown artists the time he played in a manner .'~-Y"% ........ A, Wo, vys,,~ s-~L~- md StateMasterCarstensen ~.~a.,X-t~%.~,%.~,L~,~,, . ". " ' , !rags ~rom ~ICK watson, s~a~e," ". Ravcroft SLICED BEETS, No. 2 can ...... l0 The jamtor was ummpressed, truly ~ orthy of Wally Hrm'!,~resident Others who were eallen made the dedlcahon address. He l ~ . ne wanoered about in the fourth brook, and he won the enthusi- .... ; " "called the new hall "an evidence~ or f ........ upon for a few words were St , Now Servln lfth balcony, swinging a dust- astm approval of hm audience ~ .......... " of the faith whwh Goldendalel . ~ Texas Valley Grapefruit Juice, No. 2 can ...][~ ot - ~en. ~mnton uanflers, oi i:~ICKle- , , " ~ ~ cl h. When it was all over Wally ,A=. o~...~ .. T.~,.. ~r-~i.,...:.h Grange has in its own future and O(.EAN-FRESIt wThe ~opie ~?I th~rea~'die2nC~!C~ePl~oine~lr that he hadn't been,~a~e'~"~om"m~tt~wom~an"~'A~i~ce:the future of its community andi ~~ OMIO BLENDED JUt(E, No. 2 can ....... ~i " "Y ~ p ~ " ' " p o]ec~ mmsen ~o meiBaudr. :nation. , AI).~.,. ~.;.,.$ frmnds of various performers audience, that his stage presence c,,,.~,;,~H.~ ~,. +l,. ~, ...... ~ IJo nrnleod +ho hall as one of~ wD'Ut;H-*'~ ~t;t~ ~, hey must haue acknowledged:was terrible, that he ahnost forgot~we~,e Alice Baudry, ~eneral chair the finest in the state and said Giant S~rgmp Kitchen Queen All-Purpose Flour, 50 lb ....... [~ that Wally was good, but in their part of the Schumann, and so on ,~ "- ~ - ~ - ~ - - - ~ .~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~+ ~" -- ~ ...... ' r -- DIAMOND }lATCHES, 6 bx. cln ............. "I h mo~d~!dn,~) )~12 laughm,,g at hj/~ l~nn~gr~,rI2rr~'negec~%~tsano~mm~aY ~Casagronue$of the accompli.~h*~'~ ~ True American Matches, 6 bx. ctn ........... '.,- ~__ ........ }. ~ .~ oe s,~l~y, ~ sa.a. itee; Jack Magee and Mayor R. R.,of the Goldendale group, part.u-I ~ran LOUZS ~ancv Assorted COOKIES, 1 lb ............. [ ~T~ ~L was magnmcenu Peeler nublicitv l larly so since it represemea, a,, Garden Brand TOMATO JUICE, 46 oz can ..... ! uu~. He said, "You're not a music -- '." .-" , . , ._." ........ @Shrimp Louis ~-:,:~ '; " I The oanque~ room was oeauti- ]worKmg togemer anct planning ......... | |d~t.tl~l~t~ ~r~c: ........ I fully decorated under the super-:together of the membership, l Obea~oo~ t;oeKtalls BORENE SOAPPOWDER, large size ......... t L~|~.~['~I~r.L~ .,~ut pernaps warty ~snt one, ivision of Mrs John Monroe, of Deep interest in the accom-! Y~.I Y~. t'*~rY~t~lr at ~ enner. ~. . . I Klickitat. Place cards were wood- ,qishment of the local Grange also l -.~ _ _ A FULL LINE OF FRESH FROZEN , ~aroara Nefls ~" I~LL~.,II~ILL/~IN - "-- len donkey s,,emblem of the party, was shown ,by Mrs. Carstensen,] ~..~ ~" ~ ~ FRUITS AND VEGETABLES i maoe oy Jonn monroe, formerly national juvenile com-~ ~ _ CAN SAVE YOU MONEY BIRTHS REPORTED I The food was prepared and mitteeman; Ted Barry of State! ~.~ ) ~. ....... , ...... +~ .~ serveo oy ladies of the l~atter Grange News; and Bob McNultyl ... ~Jl~till--. ..... .~nree Dlr~ns were re~.,,~.:~ .~ Day Saints Relief Society and Miss Smith, of the staff of'/(~-/~ Electrical t.~omenoaie t~reneral nospltai 1i"1 . . wiring the last week as follows" Washington Farmer magazine. { April 2S--~ro Mr. and Mrs, METHODIST GROUPTOMEET Numerous others, including*, c[ 2m . r We Also Give Mrs. VirgilOltmarms an-Deputy Masters Gerald Fentonl ?~"~':J U Refrigeration Service / #m~ r~ Marion Marll, a son, Leslie Earl; weight 7 pounds, nine ounces nounced that the Methodist and Walter Omeg, Masters of thei April 29---To Mr. and Mrs. Young Adult Group would hold various Granges of Klickitatl Gillenwaters Wayne Jackson, a daughter, Bey- a meeting at the Ted Hornibrook county, and Charles L. Wilson, I VISIT,.,OUR FOUNTAIN erly Catherine; weight 7 pounds, home Sunday night at 7:30. Mrs. president of the Goldendale/ May 4---To Mr. and Mrs. Clif-IOltmanns also stated that a large Chamber of Commerce, spoke in] Goldendale's We Now Have Delicious Hardware ford Vincent, a daughter, Cambra !gathering was expected and any- praise of the new building. Daryl, weight 7 pounds, three I one with interest in the group] Master Roe also called upon i "House of Seafoods" ounces, various committees who had: IF WE HAVE IT-- DO THIS: ~g ~ from ~ with EDWARDS Tim COFFE! Only l I lb, ,.~,,u.,.,,., |dwe,d, Coffee Blended Juice '"0" - m Graham Crackers 1-1b 28c ..,. ~..~" w ,~ Tea Timer Crackors J"'. ~' 30,= ~ ,;m Grapeheit Juiee,_~._- ,,~/ee'~, .',~ *was cordially invited to attend. II I I Ill IllI llllll I Jl BERKSHIRE "SHARP" NATURAL WISCONSIN, SHARP I.LB. PACKAGE Yes Indeed! The genuine article. Cheese lovers will rave about Berkshire. Superior Cheddar Cheese S.nb. ,.,, s3.15 Mild whole milk cheese. Most popular :or macaroni and cheese dishes. American Cheese 2-lb. s1.19 Procemmd Cheese--~pasteurized. Most popular kind for sandwiches. Yeiveefa Cheese Spread 2-lb. ,., s1.15 Melted cheese sandwiches are easy with Velveeta. Very tasty, too. Breeze Cheese Spread 2.Jb. ,.., s1.11 Melt it, spread it, use it for cheese sauces----delicious! Kraft Cottage ,Cheese half pint 16c Canned peaches, cottage cheese--Mm-m. What a tasty lunch Kraft Cheese Spreads ~lhw-4Jmlmrger C PIm~pp|o ee kmerh~n Spreeds gl~u~ Relish Cream SmodJ Pickled Pigs Feet lb. 19e Lamb Shoulder Roast lb. 59c Breast of Lamb Stew lb. 25c Pork Roasts lb. 39c Fresh Side Pork lb. 49c Pork- Spare Ribs lb. 59c Salt Pork lb. 36c Fresh Pork Sausage lb. 55 Chinook Salmon Steak lb. 69c Halibut Steaks lb 59c Fillet of Sole lb. 53c Bacon Jowls lb. 29c pint 29c this makes! Gerden~lde No. 2 can 10c , ,m Cestle. G~est Carrots Diced a~l PbcN No. 2 lins 15" Peaches Osly Fancy Peas S.~, Iollo No, Z .n 19c Fancy Peas D. Uon,., S.s. No. 2 .. 21c Cor. e,n,..o vo#~,--c,,.. ,vtl., No. ~'s 2/25c Corn m#~m--r~. St, MI., C,,,m No. 2 ~n 18C D;ced Carrots u.~,o. Foncy I~, 2 ,.an J0 Lima Beans Ro,.~o/o. .1. t wh|t. No. 2', 25c ~reen Beans $~,.~.,~t N~ 2 *.n 14~ Pork & Beans Y~ Cem~ N~ 300 .n'15c L;ma Beans w~ HA~ O~;~on t6.~. ,~ 23c Ch;I; w;th Beans Denn/m. 164~. ~. 29 Chicken Fricassee tr,#~, .-eL c,n 83c get more for yo.r mMy at m ...m. ASPABAGUS.o."'", lb. 171hc How to ~ If-- ~o Id~V Femtly C~mlo i m Local Crop For Cann/ng ! box $]..29 Hew Potatoes U. S. No. I Shafl~r Wh;tos Oranges lb. 11c Green Onions lb. 18c Radishes lb. 16c Tomatoes 14-oz. 25c Apples 34-1b. bx. 1.79 lb. 7V2c Spinach 10-oz callo 17C Remember MOtkorl Sundey, May 91 \ SOFT ICE CREAM It's Great! THE FINEST IN COLD SANDWICHES GOOD COFFEE ... ICE CREAM SUPER THICK MILKSHAKES COLD DRINKS OF ALL KINDS --- BANANAS ................ lb. 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