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PAGI~ 81X THE GOLDENDALE SENTINEL.--THE HOME NEWSPAPER THURSDAY. MAY 8, 1930 i; t Attentt to a maze c detaiI tnz j mpatJxet c Ch our ferule MERLE W. C FUNERAL DIRECTOR Goldendale, Washington all Eagle aeries. This became a law at that convention. Think what this means: a membership with more than 600,030 men asking its mem- bers to honor and think of their mothers on that day. Some of the mothers have passed into the loving care of their Father in Heaven, oth- ers are Journeying on thinking of their children present and absent What a thrill it gives the mother to receive the telegram, the flowers, the book, or the letter with its lov- ling message. The thought comes, l'My children have not forgotten me." ] "On May 8, 1914, Congress pass- led a law making 'Mothers' day' a ]national custom. The act provides for the display of the American flag on all public buildings in this country and its possessions. "Mr. Hering, it gives me the greatest satisfaction to decorate you i wlth this, our emblem. Only three others have received this decoration, namely, General Charles P. Sum- I merall, chief of staff of the United i States army; Rear Admiral Coontz, of the navy; Colonel James F. Moss, president of the United States Living Flag association "Their's has a bar with their name engraved and our beloved in- signia: 'You have a distinction that no one else can ever have.' A bar with your name and a bar with the I inscription, 'Father of Mothers' Day.' The speech delivered by Mrs Spence , MOTHER'S DAY PRO- .. . in presenting the decoration at a lwhich adorns the medals given our dmner ]n honor of Mr Herlng I heroes for exceptional service. RV PAfili: was as follows : j 'The patriotic service you have GSAM U/ klMiWa-a-U{ "Frank Hertng, past worthy, rendered your country" the service grand president, Fraternal Order ofj you have rendered In behalf of the Eagles, dt~tinguished guests, nation-I~ aged; the service you have render- al officers of the American ~Var~l ed the motherhood of the nation en- The general public is most ur-fWashington and Oregon attended. gently invited to attend this serviceI Governor NorColad of Oregon was in remembrance to the best lriendI there. of all--Mother.--Communicated, t Tel Brothers have purchased a t new Dodge truck. ! Mr. and Mrs. H. H. James were i in The Dalles Monday. Mrs. James l underwent an operation on her nose at The Dalles hospital. Shewas able to return home Tuesday. From First Page C.R.-West, of White Salmon, Mr. .... land Mrs. A. It. McNeil, Mrs. S. visiting her mother. Mrs. Linni' jMurray and Gee Castle were in The Mulligan. " Dalles Monday Mr. McNeil was Charles Shew and family are mov- taken to the hospital for medical ing into the J ussila residence on treatment as fluid has gathered on Grant Street. his lung after an attack of pneu- Stella Mattson, who is teaching in monia His many friends hope for a White Sahuon, spent the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Au- gust Mattson. LYLE Albert Crane, of Sunuyside, spent t'he past week visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W V. Crane. Mrs. C. E. Franzen returned home from The Dalles. Mr. FVanzen is expected .to be able to leave the hospital Thursday and return home. Mr. and Mrs. Grant Clarence ,~penti the week end visiting their daugh- ter, Mrs. Lester Dickerson, and fam- ily. speedy recovery. The Columbia Pomona Grange, composed of subordinate granges of Western Klickitat founty, met at the Lyle Grange hall at Lyle Satur- day, May 3rd in all day and evening sessions. The body adopted a resolu- tion indorsing a county agent for Klickitat county. Mr. Turner repro- senting the S. P. & S. railway, pre- sented the subject of the granting Mr. attd Mrs. Fred Chamberlain, of Camas, spent the week end at the resolution endorsing the application R. It. Chamberlain home. of the S. P. & S. for ~his proposed Mr. and Mrs. Garver Castle and franchise. A good attendance was George Castle, of Glenwood, visited present from all sections of this Sunday with Mrs. Murray. GeorgeI Pomona district. The ladies of Lyle Castle is staying with b}s niece, Mrs. i provided ~mst bountiful feasts at Murray fhis ~cek , '' +. noon and in the evening. Mrs. Chas. Gregory spent t%e! week end in Olex, Oregon, visiting! KLICKITAT I pre,sent besides the hostess and herI The North Half of Section .One, mother were: Miss Wherlich, Mrs.~Twnstlip Three North, Range Nine- teen East of the Willamette Meri- H. Betting, Mrs. R. P. Jeffrey, Mrs! dian. All of Section Twenty-five, H. W. Magee, Mrs. Gee. Scoffield,+Twnship Four North, Range Nine- teen East of the ~Arillamette Meri- Mrs. James Linen. Mrs. MacMullen dian, save and except therefrom Tax returned to Portland Thursday Lot One, according to t~]e plot of said section now on record in the morning. ' office of the County Assessor of z " ~ Klickitat County, Washington. The Six nembers of the Klickitat West Half of the Northwest Quarter; Woman's Club motored to White the Northeast Quarter of the North- wes~ Qu'arter; and the Northwest Salmon Tuesday to attend the all Quarter of the Northeast Quarter of day meeting of the Columbia District Federation held there. Those making the trip were Mrs V. F. Toomey, Mrs. H. R. Bankerd, Mrs. John Berry, Mrs. Ernest Ireland, Mrs. W. H. Rathart, Mrs. SchJcht, and Mrs. H. W. Magee. The Junior Girls Booster Club met No. 4919 at fhe home of Zada Magee Friday In the Superior Court of the State Of afternoon. This little club is to have charge of the Poppy sale this year. Doris McEwen joined the club. The next meeting will be held at the home of Muriel Drexel. (Continued on last pa~e) SUMMONS BY PUBIACATION No. 4920 In the Superior Court of the State of ~Section Thirty, Township Four North, Range Twenty East of the Willamette Meridian, all in Klicki- tat County, WasRlington. JOHN R. McEWEN, Attorney for plaintiffs. Office and postoffice ad- dress: Goldendale, Kllckitat Coun- ty, Washington. May 8-Jun 19-7t Washington for Klickltat County. Gastell Binns and Marie Binns, hus- band and wife, Plaintiffs, The unknown heirs of Hanna Funk, deceased, the unknown heirs of Charles Stewart, deceased, the un- known heirs of Clay M. Stewart, deceased, Clara Knapp, an insane person, and C. A. Knapp, her guardian, also all other persons or parties unknown claiming any right,, title, interest, lien or es- tate in the real estate described in the complaint herein, Defend- ants. THE STATE OF WASHINGTON TO The unknown heirs of Hanna Funk, deceased, the unknown heirs of Charles Stewart, deceased, the unknown heirs of Clay M. Stewart, deceased, C. A. Knapp, guardian of Clara Knapp, an insane person, also all other pens,one or parties unknown vs. claiming any right, title, !nterest, Julius Potter, personally and as lieu or estate in the real estate de- trustee, Enoch Clutch, Henry Me- scribed in the complaint herein, De- Farland, Adrien Magallon and 'fendants: Eulalia Magallou, his wife, the~ You are hereby summoned to ap- unknown heirs of Daniel O'Con-i pear within sixty days from the date nor, deceased, also all other per-I of first publication of this summons, son~ or parties unknown claiming I to-wit: within sixty days from the any right, title, interest, lien or~Sth day of M'ay, 1930, and defend estate in the real estate descrl~)ed!the above entitled action, in the in the complaint herein, Defend- court above named, and serve a copy ants. of your answer on t'he undersigned, THE STATE OF WASHINGTON attorney for plaintiffe~, at his address ' TO Julius Potter, personally and as hereinafter set forth, and in case Mothers Day services will be held Mothers: I titles you to this Victory Ribbon and her sister, Miss Alice Mlddleswartz. i trustee, Enoch Clutch, Henry Me- of your failure so to do, judgment at the Methodist Church on Sun,lay "It is aur ~Var M(pthe, s meda:." Mrs. Jess Garner returned homei Mr and Mrs W. H. Rathart and Farland, Adrien Magallon and Eula- will be taken against you ,according evening, May llth, at 8 o'clock, tion that In resp)n,,:e tc the m+,ny tributes Sunday from Clatskanie, Oregon Mrs Schicht motored to Portlandheirslia Magallon,of Dan!elhiSo'connor,Wife' the deceased,unknwn whicht thehasdemandSbeen filedf thewithcomplaint,the clerk This service is sponsored by the senting paid him, Mr. H~ring sooke as one where she attended the funeralofi Tuesday afternoon for a short visit, also all other persons or partt~ an-iof the above named court. Fraternal Order of Eagles. The or- Mothers. tdeeplr m