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AGREEMENT. REPRODUCTION, DISSEMINATION, STORAGE, DISTRIBUTION PROHIBITED. MAY 23, 1935 several varieties most and see them. McKenzie CO. It--- Cement sidewalk is being W. W. Lear residence k in place of the board walk hl use. Dean Gillenwaters 'Work. tJbt put in a stock of low paper, all new stock. of bakery. J. F. Olt- and paperhanger, tf---- Duryee returned Friday I Satus where she has the past several weeks. Roy Duryee and his wife ack. for the improvement of lines In the mountains, here this week. There delays caused by strike -- i ~ T ~ I Jack McAlllster student at Ellen~-VTh~ regular Monday bridge club ! i ~ | ~.~iw~/~'~ A'~ It burg, spent the weekend with his per-! met this week at the home of Mrs. : I I 'ants• Mr. and Mrs. M. E. McAllister. ICharles McEwen. U* as, =4V~J "~'~1 O.E.S. Kensington will meett Lest chance for bedding plants at ............... t e arrived Tuesda- i Friday May 24 at the Masonic Tern- the McKenzie Hardware Co. Many ~mmlss~oner ~. ~'. wnuzl Juoge J. t~. ~ on " Y l . " ....... I ......... White Salmon on busi Inoon for the regular court session Ipze at 2:3o o'cmcg, mrs. rJva tier-i vermtles, reasonamy prmeu, t~--- lay. lleavlng again today noon. don is hostess for the afternoon. Costume jewelry and silhouette ........ [ War~ sell- horse collars chea"~r Morning Oregonian delivered or at] pictures are suggestions for gradua- tru mane a ~ouslness trip a s p~ t 8aturdav s endin the lthan Monkey Ward or Sears Saw Confectionery stores. Frederick and, tion gifts, at the Cunning & Co. ' P g r h Mrs.'Ward who oper- buck. Come in and see them. tf-- Virgil Oltmanns. . .. t f--- store. .. ..... l t-- r fa tor -here ] "-'il- " -" r ....... For graouation you snoulu see tne l Tbe oregon Journal Gellv~ to C y t . l ~ neJm ve gin. veto ~Miiler ann. w t s at on t ........... nice line of wrist a ches, t l - your home daily, phone 148, or at a nice selection of bed- ~.'ari ~eety were Gotuenoeie nusmess ery. etc. Splendid for gifts. CunningI Mac's care or 81aces Inn. Bill I~ro vice-president and of the Pacific Light Co.• at Portland visitor in Goldendale was accompanied by Mr. "Q. L. Covey, of The Dallas. Mrs. Norman Martinsen Yaktma Saturday after- visitors Monday from Alderdale. The Two-T bridge club met Mon- day afternoon at the home of Mrs. Joel A*bshier. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Trost return- ed Saturday from Portland where they spent several days last week on business. Mr, and Mrs. Chester Hill and two sons made a trip to Yakima Saturday to a~tend the Frontier celebration. THE GOLDENDALE SENTnqEL---Tbe Home Newspaper & Co. It----I land, Agent. if--- Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Cowan, Mrs.I Mr. and Mrs. George Childs, of Eugene Cowan, William and Virgin- Bend, Oregon, were Ooldendale ia Mae Cowan visited Mr. and Mrs. visitors Sunday, attending the fish 01in Ensley from Washougal, Wash. I feed at Blockhouse with friends. Saturday. Mart Spalding motored to Top- penish Friday to bring his son How- ard' and Jack McAlltster, students et Ellensburg normal school to Gold- endale for the weekend. Mr. and They returned that same evening. I Mrs, M. E. McAllister took them Mr. and Mrs. Lester Strong came I back Sunday. ' down from Spokane Monday on hlst Mrs. Olin Ensley and son Clarence way to Washougal they left Tues-tvisited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. I day accompanied hy Mr. Strong and~w" Strong, in Washougal. Mrs. IMrs. Ensley's mother. IStrong accompanied them home. Mr. ! Mrs. Stanley Thompson, Mrs. t and Mrs. Lester Strong came as far Russell Woodward and "Mrs. Busteri as Lyle with them and went on to They went back that same evening. Mr. ~nd Mrs. Ben Knox end sons Clyde and Cllnt. of Presser, and J. M. Cheshter. of Sunnyside, came over Sunday to attend the Fish laesd at Blockhouse, and also visited rela- tives and frineds. Will give you a good trade-in oa a brand new G. E. radio---ha bNn used o~ly for demonstration. Why sot have a modern "round the world radio" In place of the old out-of-date one. Gordon D. Bath. tt---i Mrs. G. A. Jacroux, son Alfred,! Miss Hllma Bruner, Mrs. George Eddie, of Goldendale, and George Goss, of Maryhlll, motored to Hood River Sunday, where riley visited tines and friends. Tbe Sunday dinner club met this week at the summer cabin of Mr. and Gunning & Co. jewelry store. 1t--i, underwent an appendicitis operation ~tMrs. Russell Woodward in the Bim- Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Gray went to i at The Dallashospital, returned to l cos mountains. Mr. and Mrs. Bus- White Salmon Monday, Mr. Gray' Goldendale Saturday. He is getting tar Youngquist substituted for Mr. going down on business for the -io ........... n ~,,A ~,,~,~t~ /a ,~ -~-j -~., ~-,, ~v .... to re- and Mrs. Frank Fenton, who were treasurer's office. They visited with turn to his work at Spokane in an- they attended th~ Fron- Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Day of Husum i cou le of weeks unable to be present. • • other p • Mrs. Chas, N. Jansen came over They visited over- John Bratton. of Toppenish, was Mr. and Mrs. An V. Wlcklund, of from Blckleton Monday morning this Mr. Martinsen's uncle and family, going back tu Goldendale Friday end Saturday Portland, were Goldendale last week, enroute to Glenwood, where the next day, then re- on business° He and Mrs. Bratton, Thursday for a visit with his broth- she will visit a few days. Mrs. Nels that evening, who accompanied him, visited at the er, George Wicklund, who has been Matesn came over with her from and Stanley OlBen, of home of his brother, Tal Bratton. ill for some time. His daughter, Mrs. Blckleton to remain in Coldendale in Goldendale Sat- They went beck Saturday evening. ~H B. Axtell, of Portland, is here for a time. with the former's There will be a general clean-up ! ca'rlng for him. Earl Potter and ~wlfe, of Portland, Mrs. Joe Stultz. Don Sunday, May 26th• at the Pleasant Sunday afternoon at 3:00 P. M. were KHckitat county visitors Bat- student in the high Valley Cemetery. Bring you picks, I the Baptist People's Union will con- urday, spending until Sunday with He and his friend plan shovels and rakes. The ladies will,duct an open-air meeting at Ayers- the George Garnerand August in this vicinity for some serve a pot luck dinner at noon, with i Ho]lett Parm rather than the usual I a l~all game in the afternoon if the service at the church. A fellowshtp lJackal families. Mr. Potter now ~',e 'sit Study Club met work is finished, l luncheon to which all members In- °it fngtona conductOrrailroad.On the Oregon-Wash-i! ~at the home of Mrs. M County engineer August Hanson the church and their friends are vs. Root reported in de- is working this week near Blckleton, i vited, will follow. I Fred DavenpOrta hyraullcandhotst,J°Y stRiated'their i service station on Columbus Avenue i te regional Democratic In- surveying in preparation for a roadt Matt's Place, confectionery at tinstalled Did &t Portland recently, project between there and Cleveland, Lyle. was broken into last Wednesday last week and are now prepared to ~slected at the meeting as jwbich is expected to be completed i evening and four cases of beer, tWO'do your grease JoJb. The work was el , 1 ub s delegate to the state sometime the latter part of the sum- cartons of cigarettes, a dollar's worth previously done from n pit, the new tie convention which wUl mar. . I of pennies and several cans of tdbac-t method being much more convenient at Tacoma, May 25. The Motorists are advised the tempor_icel taken. Sheriff House and deputytand satisfactory. ~ext month's meeting is to ary bridge across the Klickttat river, ! sheriff Ralpb Walker ere lnvestigat- t "EConomJc Security Plan" at Leldl place, has been repatred l ing the case, but to date there have larrivedFlfteenrecentlypers°nSat fromthe Chas.Minnes°taHard- SUbdivisions old age pen- for the use of motorists. Trucks, been no arrests, lug place on the highway, and have Welfare and unemploy- however, will not be permitted on Eighth grade examinations are decided to locate here. The ~nen A round table dis- the structure, and will have to cross scheduled throughout the county to- folks are cutting wood for Mr. Hard- follow, the river at some otlrer pOint, day and tomorrow, with approximate- ing for the present. They come from - WeB Wilson and wife and baby ly 175 students writing; also 140 see- the drought areas in southern Mln- son were in Coldendale from Myrtle enth graders will take the examina- nesota. Point this weekend. Harry Wilson tion in hygiene. The other subjects Norn-~n Martinsen, engineer's claP- and family, of Bickleton, were also'ere agriculture, arithmetic, history uty, made a bustness trip to Vaneou- down. Both families, including ~l-and English. Goldendale students vet Thursday, remaining until Frl- mar Wilson and wife here. visited~ will no~ take the examinations, as day evening. He conferred with high- at the home of the boys' mother, the school fulfilled the state require- way officials regarding the new Mrs. Julia Wilson. I ments for exemption several years Washington highway taw, clearing Commissicmer S. F. Wnuk an- up several doubtful points for the le- d;: :7G° d:nnd:l: ~|e:he 17a =hg :Vo~rtha" Wise eimelm altd some- n°unced thisew::kt,hatL::P:!~ l i C~l office. Mrs. Martin,n aceompan- o~ght to know about :°7c com:l~t he i d led him. ~lectric Radios and RCA b h wa sing undermined as a re- i west radio stations Lucile Dunbar The Goldendale Band, twenty !~"-- • ~Mixer, former resident of Go - members strong, went to Yak~Ima suit of the high water Passenger ears I lden only will be allowed to use the bridge, Idols is now appearing In company last Saturday to appear In the par- D. BATH The Sentinel Office)says Mr. Wnuk. It will be neceesarY lwith her husband, Charles Mixer, in ade to represent the Goldendale for trucks to go by way of Wahkiacus. a series of vocational art programs, chamber of Commerce. After march- Mrs. B. A. Sanders enter.slued dramatic and instrumental, being lng behind a couple of thousand you think you're last Thursdey evening with a tbirth-i featured in the afternoon sfhedule horses the length of the parade they hard labor? day party honoring her daughter-in-of Oregonian station, KEX, Per[- came back stronger than ever. The some of thelaw, Mrs. Oven Sanders. Three tables i land. Mrs. Mixer is a daughter of boys played on the street in the in the country have of conRract were played, followed Mrs Dolly Dunbar MeCully, who morning, eoncltldlng by serenading by refreshments and opening of the~now resides at Joseph0 Oregon. She the newspaper office. They enjoyed : : : gifts. High score was made by MI= ~ :1= :oyafadd~?ghte;/:t eWrlll~a=anita trip and tooted right lustily. " said a youngLoul~ Dressel, second'-high by a c t Ray. W, L. Mcllvalne, of Spokane, Edna Sanstrum and consolation score!sheriff at Ooldendale. who has spent several weeks here ~to another, "that at your are baying small con-by Mrs. Fred Hector. I Mrs. Edith Bloom lmmel, 57, of with the Robert Mel~'Jllip" family, Is that so?" Charged with beating his corn- Toppenish, died last Thursday follow- left yesterday for Hood River and answered the other girl, men-law wife, David Northover, an ~ Ing en automobile accident near The other Oregon cities where he will that every time the Indian was brought before A. T.!Dalles. She was brought to the hoB- vistt friends before returning to his 'Dearly Beloved,' you~yars, Justice, Tuesday morning pita! in that city suffering from in- home. Ray. McIlvaine resided in this YOu had received a pro- this week. He pleaded guilty and Juries sustained when she fell from vicinity about thirty-~even years was given a 30-day Jail sentences car driven by her husband, Joh~l ago where he was a minister of the which was suspended provided he H. Immel, while the vehicle was go- Christian Church. He bas spent see- leaves the county immediately and ing at high speed..The accident oc- eral pleasant weeks here renewing tubes tested to as- does not return. The couple resided curved when the car door flew open. old friendships. summer recep- at Spearfish, a locality west of Wish-Mr. Immel was not injured, although W.L. Berrymen, Junior statistician prices are the lowestram. he ditched the car while trying to and repreoentatlve of the Corn-HogI history---common types A delegation of local Masons prevent Mrs. Immel from falling, state board of review, visits@ at thai 227, 226, and 01A have journeyed to The Dallas Monday eve-i Surviving the deceased besides her county extension office Friday and 'almost ~0 per- ning this week to attend a meeting husband are a son, John H. Immel, conferred with the corn-hog allot- of the lodge there and Participate of Portland, and a daughter, Mrs. ment committee regarding the vat- shopman at Hornell former Goldendale resident, was the eral services were held forMrs lm~''. -[ 193~ hog contracts, prior to their to Port l dr~wn on a federalcandidate for the third degree, reel, the body being taken ,lbe ng sent to the state board of re- and didn't want toMerle W. Chapman of the local de- land for cremation. [view for check-up and approval. Fin- his name was called legation presided as master during County commissioner A. M. Matin al approval on the contracts will be the judge to excuse ~lm. part of the work. An illustrated ~ received work this week from E. R. rendered by the Corn-Hog ~eetlon ~tt very ~ausy at the shops," lecture was delivered by R. P. Jef- Coffey, director of Health, at Seattle, WashingtonL,. • C. "and. I ouff'nt to be fray. of Kllckitat, also a member oil of the appointment by the state Mrs. E. O. Shtpp, in company with the local group. About 450 Masons board, of Miss Mary. VanVactor as Mrs. Annie GIllenwaters, Mrs. C. are one of these menwere reported to be present at the county nurse for this county. The La~'son and Miss Clara Avery, me- the Erie couldn't get meeting which was preceded by a position became effective last Y~ri-tored to The Dallas Friday where 6:30 o'clock dinner. Those who went day, althought Miss VanVactor she attended the afternoon session you?" remarked from here were: Z. 0, Brooks, M. counld not be reached at that time. of the B~elneas and Professional honor," said t-1~e shop W. Chapman, M. L. 1~itts, A. G. She has since been advised of the Women's Club which held its Oregon know it could get ~Io Hanson, R. P. Jeffrey, C. "R. Kyle, appointment, which will be gratify-State Convention there over the wantn21t W.C. Hubbard, Ernest Ireland, Dr. ing to her many friends. The position: weekend. Mrs. Gillenwaters remain- but I don't Ogievsky, D. F. Tebbs, F. H. Ander- Is assigned by the state board, and led with her daughter-in-law, Mrs. ~t. son, O. T. Mann• F. R. Grow, A. R. she will receive $35 a week, fromITed Gillenwatere, of Klamath l~alis, l," said the Judge.Youngquist, S. P. Allison, C. F. which she will have to take care oflwho participated in the convention. : : : Schuster, G. C. Fenton, W. I-L Ward, her traveling expenses. Up until the ]She returned to Ooldendale Monday can get a bite--t'net's W. F. Byars, Gee. M. Baker, J. C. first of this month Miss VanVactorlwith her son, who came up from stake But if you lose Robison, C. H. Knosher, I-L D. was county nurse, as appointed by/Klamath Falls to take his wife your mistake. Roberts, D. E. Clover, L. C. Brun- the commissioners, a strictly county l back. Mrs. ~hlpp, M~. Lawson and dage, Ernest Christeen, Gee. Klein, position, but was not reappOinted on iMiss Avery returned to Goldendale B. A. Sanders and Bert Shelton. account of lack of funds. " IFrldaY evening. Mrs. R. D. Sunderland ~vas hostess PAGm / to an embroidery club at her home yesterday afternoon. Stationery makes an especially acceptable graduation gift, and you can see a fine line at the Gunning & Co. Jewelry store. ~ 1t-- Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hall motored to Yakima I~aturday to attend the Frontier celebration, returning that same evening. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Fry and Mr. and Mrs. Homer Baals were visitors in Yakima Saturday at the Frontier Day celebration along with a large group of other Ooldendale folk. Those who were reported a~ making the trip on Friday or Saturday were as follows: Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Mc- Kenzie, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Jackson, Mr. and lVPrs, Loren Dayton, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bledsoe, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Athow, Mr. and Mrs. L. E. McKee, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Baker, Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Allison, Mr. and Mrs. Art Gregory, Mr, and Mrs. George Baker, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hector, Mrs. Wm. Montgomery, Miss Ruth Brown, Mrs. Lulu Spalding. Henry Culver, Miss Maravene Crooks. Miss Norma Bey- erlin, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Pike, "Buz" Clausen, Mrs. George Lawler. Mr. and M~s. W. B. Mulford. Miss Vesta Tebbs, Miss Ina Stapleton, James Tebbs. Mr. and Mrs. George Klein. Mr. and Mrs. Bud Watklns. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. McEwen, Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Sanders. Mr. and Mrs. Z. O. Brooks. Gleu Nickerson. Richard Hobbs, Miss Helen Skar. Frank Knosher. Miss Kathryn Sanstrum, I Federati0n Elects New sign near Maryhlll. His talk dealt Officers at Meeting cbiefly with historical data "regard- ling this country and also with In- dian lore and customs of which he has considerable knowledge. Mr. At the eleventh convention of the [Bunnell is in the midst of writing Mld-Columbta'Dlstrict Federation of another book to follow "Mid-Colum- Women's Clulm, held in Goldendale bin History," which has already re- last Wedensday, Mrs. Laura Collins, calved considerable acclaim, Oregon local Woman's Association candi- schools recently adopted 275 copies date, was elected president, to serve as textbooks. two years. Mrs. C. F. Brlggs, of Lyie, was elected vice-president and Mrs. Carl Pearson, of Trout Lake, as secretary, also for two-year terms. Mrs. G. F. NeUs, of Klickitat, re- tiring president, and Mrs. Collins presided at the morning session, which was followed by a 12:00 o'clock luncheon served by the Ladies Aid of the M. E. Church. Mrs. B. M. Heaman, of White Sal- mon, acted as toastmistress, intro- ducing the club presidents, each of whom presented a brief report of the activities of her club. The afternoon session convened at 1:30 P M. Mrs. Joel Abshler sang Ol~! Washington. which was followed by a processional of the incoming and outgoing president. Mrs. W. D. Norris, president of the local club, presented the "Creed." followed by installation of officers with Mrs. H. W. Bates as marshall. The program, arranged by Mrs. V. F. Toomey, of Klickitat, preeeded the adjournment. The day's theme GRANGE NEWS I Klickitat Pomona No. 5 will meet next Saturday, May 25th, with Ald~r Creek Grange. Meeting begins at 10:30 A. M. There will be an open session from 1:30 to 3:00 at which time Chas. Cooke, manager of the North Pacific Gr!atn Growers, will speak on "Cooperation."---Ernest D. Roe, Master. This IB to invite you to the educa- tional meeting which will be held at the Grange tIall this Friday, May 24 at 8:00 P. M. by the Washington Co-op Egg & Poultry officials from the Yakima Station. Ray O. Darling, manager of the station, will be present and discuss the improvement of egg grades. He will hold a candling demonstration of all grades of eggs in this con- nect, ion. I. O. Young, manager of the Wash- and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Young and as chosen by her was: "To Galn ington Co-operative Chick Associa- family. Courage and Inspiration for Tomor- tion, will'speak on "Diseases and the • row by Taking a Look at Today." Necessary Requisites Back of a Lay- ~"y-~'a*" eighb W, Ternhanplayed a piano ink Flock to Produce High Quality OY !solo, and Mrs. Ruth Richardson sang Eggs.' l e vocal solo, C. O. Bunnell, of Port-I One of the large producers of the l land, author of "Mid-Columbia His-! Yakima Valley will also bB present '~" V t.~av~: ~ ~r tory," which the clubs have been to explain his method for producing studying for some time. delivered the high quality eggs. Fruit stains in linen may be removed principle address of the day. He pre- ~ All poultrymen of the Valley are by sponging them wkh lemon Juice anti faced his remarks with the disclosure invited to attend this meeting, in- then washing with hot water. If lea that he was "born and raised" In cluding association memtbers. ~n Is not available, b,rax will be foun¢l JuSt as effective. Shake a little salt the fat iv which fish is to he fr:ed. It improve~ the flavor of the ils't. When preparl~g nuts to use In cak~ ~r frosting, Instead of chopping, place nut~ in a paper bag and roll with a rolling pin. TO remove mildew stain~ from white Linen, boll them in a water to which two tablespoonfuls of peroxide have added to each quart. WHEN BUYING BUTTER AND ICE CREAM BE SUP~ IT iS BRAND A K_LICKITAT COUNTY PRODUCT MADE IN GOLDENDALE LOilEIT Ill PRIOEI EOOROMY TEAR AFTER YEAR I -Toa Stake (1574n Today, wlam every wke lmyef Of trucks k inte eat ! in getting dq l__ ble lwmtsB of Trucks have a particu- lady Truck Imy r after tru l er/s diseovemg that/ / 7.dw e to/ y And truck buyer aher truck buyer is deddlng to ndvtutage of the big which Chevrdet oife Yore too, will get baser k.d /.war by a Char. mist Tmek became of then triple eemmaiee: L Nil at wodd's lower pri . 2. They use less gasoline and oH because they are powered by slz- eylh der valve-in-head engines. • 3. They give longer, mrs dependable oerviee because of the extra quality w ch Chevrolet builds into part of its products. Visit your nearest Chevrolet dealer--&/s m k. Have a thorough demonstration of the right Chevrolet Tru for your haulage needs. Buy a and get better truck at the world's priced C]KEVROLE MOTOR COMPANY, DETROIT, MICHIGAN Pri¢ dmd G. M, A. C. 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