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IMAGE ©SMALLTOWNPAPERS, INC. ALL CONTENT COPYRIGHTED• ALL RIGHTS RESERVED• USE SUBJECT TO LICENSE AGREEMENT. REPRODUCTION, DISSEMINATION, STORAGE, DISTRIBUTION PROHIBITED. P~IEX THE GOLDENDALE SENTINEL---The Home ~ewspaper THURSDAY, MAY 23, 1935 War-Dance Stops Car Load of Excursionists CA~P SEVEN-~Mrs. Esther Wil- son, Mrs. Kathryn Gaither and Mrs. Imogene Leonard reported a wonder-: ful trip to the Woman's Club conven- tion in Goldendale. On the way home they had e thrilling experience. At a narrow place in the road they came OR a war dance, a squaw and brave were having a free-for-ell in the mid- dle of the ro~d. While the ladies were maneuvering to pass the squaw Jumped into their oar and they couldn't remove her. It so happened that the squaw carried the family purse. The ladies finally persuaded !from Lyle this week, played on the ]Camp d~amond. Their playing wasn't !so hot and the score was 14-11 in Lyle's favor. The Lyle team brought a crowd of loyal rooters with them and the Camp folks were pleased with the turnout. WARWICK At last It seems we are to have summer weather, but so much. east wind has dried the ground out con- siderably and a good rein would do an immense amount of good to all vegetation. Mrs• Esther Whitset arrived Sun- day for a visit with relatives. Mrs. Whitset is a sister of Mrs. Zachary Niemela, Mrs. Herman Holkka and Albert Lehto of this vicinity, and a her to give the brave 50c for to terville. Mrs. Whitest left here about release and hauled her down her daughter of Herman Lehto, of Cen- Kllckttat. They failed to learn the~ nineteen years ago, going to Call- squaw's name as she was very, very] fornia and this is the first time any sleepy after the fracas, and wouldn't of the relatives, have met since. Mrs. talk. Whitset's son is in a California CCC Mr. and Mrs. Bymoe, of Calif., and camp. Mr. and Mrs. M~trk Whelpley, of J Mr. and Mrs. Guss Hollett drove Portland, paid a surprise visit to the F to Yakima Sunday to witness the William Lorengel family. They left ~ Frontier Day parade and other activi- Monday morning for Portland and: ties, returning the same evening. County Polling Places for Saturday Election • Polling places where Klickitat County wheat farmers may cast :their ballots Saturday, May 25, on the question of continuing a wheat adjustment program for 1935 and future years, have been designated by the county allotment committee, I "announces L. W. Ternahan, County! Agent. The polls are to be open from 9 o'clock in the morning until 3 o'clock at night and members of the local wheat community committees will he in charge of the balloting in each polling place. Farmers who now have wheat adjustment contracts 0both tenants and landlord), have been registered as eligible to vote, and other farmers eligible to sign a wheat contract may establish this fact on the day of the referendum and will be given a ballot. The polling places and area to be served by each are as follows: Goldendale, at the County Agent's office; area served, Goldendale. from there they are continuing e! Quite a num~ber from this neigh- Bickleton, at the Bickleton school- journey to Michigan. Mrs. Whelpleyz borhood attended the fish feed at house; area served, east end of court- Is Mrs. Lorengel's sister, i Blockhouse Sunday. Mr. and Mrs.. W. H. Marshall and l Mr. Steen, who has spent the past Michael SalSa motored to White:~ month at his ranch near here at- Salmon Saturday evening to shop and take in a show. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Thomas motor- ed d~wn the highway on a pleasure trip Sunday. Mrs. C. A. Wilson, daughter Char- lotte and son Leon, spent Sunday in Camp. Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Ward enter-! tained the P. H. Akerill family and Merle Akerill and his bride at din-I ner Sunday. They stayed for the ball game. Camp is going to have electric serv- tending to building and repairs, left Sunday for his home at Eugene, go- ing as far as Portland with John Harms. Mrs. J. E. Strahl spent Tuesday afternoon of last week with Mrs. E. V. Grady and daughter Miss Nora. Miss Carol Harms and a couple of lady friends, of Portland, spent Sun- day evening with Mrs. J. C. Harms. Axnerioan bison are said to be in- creasing. There arc now about 4,000 in the United States and 17,000 in ice very soon. Every one is pleased~, canada. over the fact. J. Nails is putting in a plant to supply the Camp witha~ A s~ft custard which ha's just fine service. Work has already been J begun to curdle may sometimes be started on the lines, i salvaged by removing it from the The C~mp Seven l~aseball team heat and beating it vigorously with received its regular Sunday spanking l the egg beater• Montag Ranges from .................................... $37.50 to $89.50 Monarch Malleable Ranges ............................. $89.50 to $99.50 Full Enameled, Large Oven Coleman Gas Stoves from ........................ $29.50 to $129.00 Armstrong's Quaker Girl Rugs, size 9X12 for ............ $8.75 Genuine Frigidaire, 4 cu. ft. size, Only .................... $129.50 Easy Payment Plan Maytag Washers, Gas or Electric Electric Model for .................................................. $59.50 Gasoline Engine Model for .................................. $99.50 Easy Washers, Gas or Electric Electric Model for .................................................. $49.95 Gasoline Engine Model for .................................... $79.50 Philco Radio's from .................................................. $22.90 up A Philco for Every Purse and Purpose. Felt Base Floor Covering .................................. 35c per r. ft. We Maintain a Furniture Exchange for Your Convenience. Trade Your Old Furniture in on New. Visit Our Furniture Exchange Directly South of L. & W. Store. Compare Our Prices on Home Furnishings Before Buying Elsewhere. CHAPMAN li I Goldendah Hardware News Bulletin "USED MOWING MACHINE In Good Condition. Inquire of Goldendale Hardware Co. SACRIFICE SALE OF PAINT Broken Lots. Selling from 10c to 50c per can. Just Arrived a New Stock of OVEN BAKE CHINAWARE Come In and See Our Display. Popularly Priced. 50 Foot Lengths of All Rubber Garden Hose $2.95 per 50 feet 50 Foot Lengths of 1 Ply Garden Hose $3.50 per 50 feet. FULL ENAMELED WOOD RANGE Has 22 inch Western Fire Box, and Large Oven.. Come and See It Before Buying. ty. Lyle, at Johnson Schoolhouse; area served, High Prairie. Centervtlle, at K. of P. Hall; area served, Centerville. Sundale, at Sundale Schoolhouse; ;area served, St~ndale and ~oodnoe Hills. GOODNOE HILLS Crops and garden stuff are looking extra fine in the Hills this spring. The Railroad Company is oiling the track to prevent fire all along the llne. W. O. Doughty is on the sick list. Mr. Scott took his family to Port- land last Friday for a visit with re- latives. Mrs. W. H. Florey, Mr. and Mrs. Alton Marrow, and the two children are in the Hills far a few days. Mrs. Florey has orchard land here. Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Chambers drove up from Portland last Sunday. They left the city at 5 a. m. and reach- ed the Hills at 10:15. Mr• Stockli is having his cherry orchard put in fine shape. Wilford Imrie is doing the work. Mrs. Chamberlin and the two boys drove over to Arlington last Sunday. Sam Beaks ~as a visitor In the Hills Monday. James Veerstrate of Yakima will speak in the interests of Sunday School work Friday evening at the school house. GIRL~ PLAY DAY Two hundred girls representing the "West-End" grade schools met for a Play Day at White Salmon, Saturday, May 11. The fun started at 10:30 with a grand march which later worked in- to groups for folk dancing. Lunch was eaten picnic style with impromptu singing and entertain- ing. At 1:00 activities began with games, each group playing a short time at one and then progressing to another at a given signal. 2:30 found the girls at the gym e a g e r 1 y awaiting the program. Stunts, skits, dances and songs corn- prised the entertainment offered by the various schools. Maxine Zum~valt of Blngen was chosen from entries of all the schools as "The Spirit of Play Day." Her attendants were MarJorle Robbtns, Trout Lake; Celia B, lllette, Mt. Brook; Helen Jane Fuhrman, Lyle; Nellie Sauter, Balch; Margaret Di- vers, Centervllle; Virginia Scofield, Klickitat; Pearl Paterson, Husum; • Georgia Frantz, Lakeside; Doris Anne Stratton, Camp No. Seven; l~ose Emma Coffleld, Wishram; Sadie Wellenbrock, Glenwood; Mil- dred Needham, White Salmon; Betty Dut.ton, Snowden; ~aXtne Fields Appleton; and Janet Earrison, Laurel. Miss Miss Marvel Parriott, in behalf of the Klickltat girls, extend- ed an invitation to all to come to Klickitat next year for the second annual "West-End" Play Day. A rising vote of thanks was given to Miss Geraldyn Swick of White Sal- mon who promoted and organized the Play Day. Everybody had a good time and ts looking forward to the Play Day next year at Klickitat. APPLETON Miss Inez Read end little Sister Jean are visiting with their brother, Wren Reed, of Appleton. A seven and, quarter pound baby boy was born to Mr, and Mrs. Harold Lane on May 12th. Mother and babe are along nicely. They are e,t Mrs. Lane's motliers, Mrs. C. W, Hewitt at Appleton. Mr. and Mrs..Lewis Lane end daughter Pat, and Mr. and Mrs. Dean Morgan end daughter Vlvta~a visited with Mrs. Hexold Lane Mon- day. We understand our grade teacher Miss Willette Wallace will teach the seventh and eighth grades in Lyle next school term. We are sorry to lose her. Mrs. Virginia Struck and: bebys are visiting her mother in Seattle this week. Mss Inez Read visited at the Hewitt home Monday evening. Mrs. Wren Read is staying in White Salmon for a while. Newsy Correspondence from Centerville Mr. and Mrs. George Garner en- Glenwood Commercil Club Holds Meeting GLENWOOI)----A special meeting of the Commercial Clu~b was called Thursday evening. Wade Dean and Mr. Wnuk were guests and the main speakers of the evening. Commiss.ton-i er Wnuk spoke on the roads leading to Glenwood and the bridge at the Leidl place. A resolution was passed asking for a temporary bridge at the Leidl place across the Klickitat river. Mr. Dean told us of his interest in the Mt. Adams sulphur mines and urged the organization to send let- ters to the forest offices and the state and national representatives and work for the Mt. Adams highway to tertained at dinner Saturday evening White Swan, through the Indian Mr. and Mrs. Earl Potter, Mr. and reservaton. Both speakers were in-i Mrs. Ire Smallman, of Portland, teresting and we are thankful forl Mrs. Raymond Hoffman, of Camas, their visit, I Theodore Jackel, Mr. and Mrs. Au- Emery Markgref and sister Fr~n-i gust Jackal, Mrs. Dashney, Mr. and lees Trayner, of Vancouver, visitedI Mrs. Ccmnie Jackal and son Bobby,I their father, Ferdinand Markgraf Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Eshelman and i lest Saturday .and Sunday. Mr and Mrs Wm Ntemela • " • " • Ed Snipes, of Toppenish, has been Frank Witikka, who bought the old, Carpenter house east of town from Bill Nlemela last fall, has torn it down and is intending to build in. the near future. He is fixing upI the house that was once ownedi by his brother Charley, to live in until he builds• Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Bleker, of Portland, spent over the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jake Hendrickson. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Hoffner, of here the past week looking after his property. Mrs. Ben Hanson is in Portland in the hospital suffering from absces~ of the lower stomach., Eva Parrott is somewhat improv- ed from a severe attack of the flu. The Players Club enjoyed' e bon- fire party Tuesday evening up Bird Creek. A real pleasant evening was spent. Win. Week received word Wed- nesday nlgh~ of the death of his wife Camas, spent over the weekend riB- at Toppenlsh and left about mid- iting home folks. They also attended night for Toppenish. Henry Hansen the fish feed at the Blockhouse Sun- came home from Hood River to look day. after the store. Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Potter, of Port- Freak Kuhnhausen is suffering land, came Fridlay and are visiting aI from rheumatism and was taken out few days with her sister, Mrs. Geo.~Wednesday for treatment. Garner, end her brothers August and Connie Jackal and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Leland Nlemela ac- companied by her sister, Miss Hegel Kahkonen and Harvey Nlemela mo- tored to Yakim~ Sunday to take in the Frontier Day celebration. Mr. and Mrs. Webster Abels and mother Mrs. Lizzie Niemela motored over to Yakima Monday. Mrs. Niemela is taking X-ray treatments. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Nive and sis- ter, Mrs. Lee Baker, of Portland, mo- tored over to Yakima Sunday to at- tend the celebration. ~r. and Mrs. I.~land Niemela en- tertained~ Mr. and Mrs. Ire Smallman, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Niemele and Mr. and Mrs. John Kahkonen with a chicken dinner Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Masters and son went to Yakima Saturday to at- tend the celebration. Howard Stackhouse motored {e Yakima Tuesday to meet his sister Mrs. Harry Wooldridge, of Long Branch, Wash. C ENTERVILLE---Com munity day will be Saturday, the 25th. A pro- gram is being put on by the whole school. There will be a May pole and every other thing of amusement put on during the dxy. Don't forget to bring your lunch. J. H. Stackhouse, who fell a few days ago and injured one of his hips, i is Just about the same. Dr. DrakeI was down to see him Monday eve- ning. ! Those who attended the Frontier !Day celebration Sunday, were: Mr.i Mr. and Mrs. Peter Troh made a trip to Hood River Thursday to see Mrs. H~nsen, who is recovering from e recent operation. Mr. Hansen came home with them. Lylo Winters was in Glenwood Friday on business. Mrs. Parley Akerlll and daughter Ruth made a trip to White Salmon Friday. Mrs. Cress accompanied them and drove the Akerill car. A new barber shop has opened up in the east room of the Mt. Adams Ce.fe. Ed Shaw motoed to White Sal- mon Friday morning on business. A Sunday school picnic will be held Sunday, May 24th at Draper Springs. Mr. and Mrs. Good were over from Trout Lake Sunday. Mr. Good held preaching services in the evening at the church. John Goodman was in town last week on business. The auction sale of some of the shares of the Hell Roaring Irriga- tion Ditch Co., was held Saturday afternoon. T. Wyers and Mr. Loeh of White Salmon attended. Mr. Spitzneugle took his wife to Silo, Oregon, lest Saturday, to visit her folks. Oliver and Anna accom- panied them. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hansen, Jr., and father, Mrs. Harry DeVoe and Harrison, motored to Hoo¢I River Sunday to visit Mrs. Hansen et the hospital. She is doing nicely. The Commercial Club is sponsor- ing a park on the creek close to the :and Mrs. Joe Yeackel, Mr. and Mrs. divide of Bird and" Fraser Creeks. Kenneth Marquise, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Hal Howland were I Ernest Mattson and Mr. and Mrs. in Glenwood Monday from White Sal- i Ted Kaidera. t men. ! Mr. and Mrs I j. Bunnell and The Andrew McGrath family web's I son Judd', of ~ndleton, were down In White Salmon Saturday. Sunday to attend the fish feed at the Mr. and Mrs. William Leaton ex- Blockhouse. I pect to leave tMs week for Soap Mr. and Mrs. Ira Smallman, who lI~ke, where they will take baths. have been visiting with relatives for[ A birthday dinner party was given [the past few days, returned to Port-I Mrs. Will Markgraf Friday evening land Tt]esday. l at her home. ------------ { Mr. and Mrs. Feul Y'oote, of Pen- Those political prophets who are dosa, Oregon, visited in Glenwood saying that the national administra- tion will lose the support of the left must remember that the administra- tion can always join 'era if it can't wln 'era any other way. /ly eighbor "" Says: " open lh'uR Jars easily set them apllde down In hot water for about five minutes. Don't have the wato! too hot or the ~olm will crack. Add figs, chopped dates, ralBInB o~ nuts to cereal mixtures for variety. $ $ • Tha ~ of bannisters may be cleaned by washing off all the dirt with soap and water. When dry rub with two parts of linseed oil and one parr turpentine, a good rubbing wil? bring up the pOllsh as If the rails had been repolished. $ $ $ Friday night on their way from CaIN ferule' to Pondosa. Mr. and Mrs. C. Jenkins, of Hood River, visited his brother Coke and family last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. E. Nails and children end Mrs. Netls' father, Mr. Swan, were visitors Sunday at the Highland Tavern, from Klickttat. Glenwood School Notes Senior Commencement exercises will be held Wednesday night, May the 29th. The speaker for the oc- casion is not yet definitely known, but it is understood that he is a good one. The program will start promptly at eight o'clock, and will be held in the school ouditorium. Eighth Grade Comn~encemen~ ex- ercises will be held Monday evening, May tbe .27th. Mr. Bernard Pollard lof White Salmon, formerly assistant lin the high school," will give the t commencement address. The public is invited to attend. This program [t may save you many fallorm te know that a fruit cake mixture must will start promptly at eight o clock : ,o, o..poo:,o-' ':m:: ::::::. *==.o in one of the main floor this rooms; will be conducted by the Art Class, and will include exhibit from each room. Monday morning Mr. Davis was taken ill and so for the day his classes were conducted by students. The women's town team played the school girls' team, last Thurs- day afternoon, and spanked them badly by the score of 22 to 13. Anna Spitznogle went to Portland over the ~veek-end. Summer must bB here! The Gen- eral Science Class's garden is finally l in bloom. For the last item we have saved ~a very, very sad bit of news. It is our sad and mournful duty to an- nounce the catastrophe of the "Ad- venture with the Steam-Roller." Be- fore our disasterous visit to White S ~ ~1 for the next 5 en, months of THE ATLANTIC MONTHLY Make the most of your reading hours. 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