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THURSDAY. MAY Fro inn M#~f;nn [ Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Roach, of Bon-1 Mrs. Bertha Haley, of Forest[ E. C. Trost has donated a score-I In the good old days wh~ lit ....... "''v""',~l [neville. have moved into one of the[Grove~..Ore., is l~ere visiting with herlboard to the league, thus making it[doctor didn't know what wl~ l! ......... [Clark houses. Mr. Roach is working[daughte~;-.Mrs. Frank Bowman andipossihte for the spectators to know]matter with a patient, he bled li[ Scheduled t0r 10ntghtJat the Avery gravel pit. J family, and"her son, Harold Guy, and]the score by innings. Fred Oltmanns]Now. he takes out a tooth or| II l Mrs, Burt Murphy and Valorlsifamily. [donated the paint job. The hoardl~iZ The bleeding comes later. llI [Clark were shopping in Portle.nd Sat-] Mrs. R. E. Jackson, who visited Iwas put lip Wednesday• Schedules,[ II Klickitat Valley farmers will[urday- ]here last week with her daughter, twill be printed next issue. I ~~~ II[meet this Thursday night at 8:00[ W.C. Johnston was in The Dv.llea]Mrs" Lyman Ward and family, left [ ~~prAl~J 1 I[at the Court house to perfect a Unit[°n business Saturday. [Sunday for Cooks, Wash., where shel pro.ram R arlv I | i I]'Watershed Control Association and[ Gilbert Abney spent the weekend[will remain for a visit before goingt ~'D .......... $ "~" I ~ "A'llh~. ~lJ rvPt:~t~: :hi: Urn]Sect.Soil Erosion[[ctfic1[ k r[/l[Blckletonh:St:nah=ndh:::, C [ill Memorial Services]ill lion Jerry No 199289 w! ii, u:n.Z pkgs.6 for z c39C i[,[l/=ill tS: ]Bt° kli~svml~:en~ er lana Mrs err visit semes starteu Monday evening:nrdlP;:a~e~p tn~ isrI-I:: ........... i~O b o ibleZ l{Erosion Service of the Pacific North-lBend, spent a few deys in V’ishram,[ Goldendale will meet Toppenish Int ] -: q,,~-;~h for May 2 tth t,, ~7th i,~ |lwest, assured those present at the]visiting her sister, Mrs. StanlaY[a return golf tournament here Sun-t Memorial Day Services will be[ ~.,l~.,~a~.~=~ .7 ~,~=, ..v ,..,~=~ ,~=~.,.1[meetings held in Centervllle and|Lewis. [day. according to an announcement t held in Goldendale next Thursday[LAKEWOOD INN---Modern2 ~ ~ ~ ---':------'--'~" -'-----:" : lIGoldendale last week, thaf farmers[ The Rev. I. Brnbacher, of Sunny-]made this week The visitors will be[under the auspices of the American[ cam.p, z~ muesout on ~- l 1 " highway Irom Tacoma. un~ .qLF.i~PY l-lf LLftW SYRUP •land towns in this area must organ-[s de, accompen ed Rev• end Mrs. E.[entertained. at a dinner to be served]Legion and Auxiliary. The program[ building, store, dining room,: • ,,k.,., ....,=v,,... v ,, ,.,, A~VA 1]ize first in order to obtain the bene.[Beutler, of Kennewlck, to Wishram]by the ladies. The tournament wlll lat the high school, under the aus-[ in kitchen with electric re~ -- ~ l[fits to bs derived by a ~ro~ect of]Friday evening. The members ofthe]start at nine o'clock [pices of the auxiliary will start at[ for; living rooms upstairs;^P " l" v , • service stauon in connect~u~ i~ Try t~s new, better ~ I this type. The officials are not try.~Bible class and families held a poti Mrs Martin Collin~ was called to110:30 A. M. to be follo~ved by ser-] battery charger; 7 cottageS o o " " S blend of Cene cud ~~ l[Ing to find a new area for projects I luck dinner in the Sunday schooli~o,,lo ~a,,,ao~, ~,, ,he hod-lad ,,’ h=~'lTM at the cemetery sponsored by l equipped; elecmc water ~ ?__~:)) Maple Syrup. We gust- ~ ~ I l land the demand must come from the [room. Thirty-five were present and a [e~thar o ~a~i, wh,, --’f=~od ~ Ithe Legion. [ aiL~bui~ings-furnis, hed'~ !~ ,ntee you':l he pl. d, 1 110ounty" lvery enjoyable time was had IG oW th; The Honorable Jam. H Haslett, I |~ Economical~Prmes• i r~-~ l] l[] A ccc Camp. he told gatherings,I Miss Helen W~lace end party at-[hnsband~ drove h,w ..... ~- fo~ as Yakima ~ of Hood River, Joint Senator ofl..~ Cometnan nelzflSe.na see l naVetnis ornery ,wonoer~ ~ | |-~ ~ l] 1[had political support for allocatlonltended the Frontier I~y celebration ]where she took a bus to Seattle No[Wasc° and Hood River counties, will [ now as it must be sold at c~. '~. t([~ Pt 92~l l~ ~ l] l/here as soon as the ~ro~ect is a~ ]in Yakima Saturday. / .... ~°= ~ ...... l"~a r .... ~in=, [deliver the principal address. He tsl cesi~'. Will take house and! [~ lime l] liProved at Pullman and Washington[ Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Bunn left Sat-]Mr Ceecia's condition lreported to be an exceptionally fine] G°alr~engdal(~ol~Pnc~le$100 " N~31 "~C,i~ i~ l] liD. c. [urday morning for a weekend trip] Mr end Mrs C A" Rollin~, andIspeaker" Mrs. Laura Collins, depart-]_ " .................... . • , , . , . ~Ol~ A i th ..... ~" meat president of the auxiliary will FLO~VEIL~ PeR ~MORIM6 ~------------311 I~ II~ l'll Ill t the meeting tonight (Thurs-jand took n e circus et Portlend[chPa,.en came u~ fr,~m N,,rth Ben [ , [ ...... ":_'- ..xo t .,-- ,. v " - " have char e on th n ~trs. Joe Allyn, t'none ~w. I IL! .,... ,,, i~ I[,F[ FII Ilday~ flve directors will be elected to [ Monday. - [,,ov'lll~ Tuesda~ to visit with her[ g e platform, i tro-[ im~z ~ m. tm 0;}ell ~Jl~ ill-='q !!tl I l~handle the affairs of the association [ Mr. end Mrs. P. J. C~dlagher were /_":__L ,,._ :'."........... [ducing the speakers and announc-[~X~R SALE---FIfty ewes withl~ a '4 l| . II -~ llt I l|'ll |]Articles of Association and By-Laws]in Portland Friday. Mary and Viola]~":~Rolli~;'ls%=pZy:d~'on=th:d:=lmg the numbers. Rev. C. E. HanesI W, lh l., verso 10 lb tm $1.19 /[ I1 1 Ilwl!!.Ye np ..proved. endlZgan returned with them to spend/pro ect there, but is unable to worklZiell g'::hithe~iilvoca_ti_°n,.an_d " ~ |~ I~ l/PetltlOnS Ior tenants, landlords and l the weekend at home l ......... = ..... I._ ,.=..~. w^,^_ I u v= . v~us. ~nerv w,~ [r~n .SALE .u~ ['~."~l~r. ~o., " at pre~eut uue tV rue uz~,tx at©z, steJIl O W S o~ • --~1~. ~ I]cornorations to st~'~ ..... H,,, ,hoJ ...... A ...... ;_.. ,~.,, • r,~. ,~^[ Jalso be community singing. [ . . on. ao. uS.~55 e e _,,= • - lJ ................... [ .... [ The Young Men s Club tenn s team [ Flower -~rls will march into the | --- -- ' • "•]lUrnl~ttlon O[ tad umt watersneal first azr conditioned train we~ put l .......... ~ "" | wasnlngton. • ........ •]Erosion Control A .... ~,~^_ ..m ,.-1 .......... IWIH go tO vunnyslue uunaay, accorn- laudltorium preceding the program I-~ ~,,~,=-,,,- ,,-, ~,~ znto service on the ~. P. at ~. on- lag to an announcement made early and will w SCHOOL HOUSE FX)R SAL~" I Hancake Flour, lg. pkg. ........... 15c IJavailable J*woen ~,~kane and vortland Your[ ] scatter fie ers at the come-[ " "r .... " and • - - .~v-- - " i l son r-ral ie scaool house [this week by Ken McKee This w I ter i 1 Maximum l[ Farmers and others present at the[ correspondent had the nleesure to, ..... "- .. J y mmediately following. TheJ erty. All bids close MAY__. • llmeetlngs [fast week voted alm~yst un-[ria^ -'n it end found it ~v~d ~" to[pc the first game with Sunnyslue]Boy Scouts and a Legion Committeel Harold Dingmon Clerk of l~ • t~ p ~kV t #lt / ~a m~ . - -" - - - I u~ ~, ' , -, ~ ,~v ]this season. Six single matches and~will decorate the -~aves with fin'-" j 15. I oateway, ~O, lu bag .............. eve l[amm°uslf in zavor oz SUCh an asso-lthe reputation of tts sponsors. ThereJthree double m-*c .......... 1^-- [ ..... ~, s=|~ • .... •lelation zor the Klickltat Valley af-I,.... ~.... ~,,=, ,,~o.,, • .... ,o,. [ .... ~,~...~=~ ...... .u,=rltne evemng oezore. |THE ~ YEAR OLD THOI~ • ~_£ ....... ~ ..... i/t IL L__~ #1 ~/t •lter listening to Mr. Roekle's dlscus-['~._: :~*;=lin--"=~'-ste="'fo;'k£'~ng[ea* ThOSe. wad WUl play are: ram_on[ At the cemetery Commander E.| Bw.R..ED. ST:k~. ION •'Jl~l~my~ • oaIeway rlotw, ~ In, ....... 4~1.#:# •[slon on soil erosion her° ona 1,, ,,*~,--[a~s° a . g. Y .... P S lHanes, ~en mcgee, e'red Lear, ur. [C. Kaiser will have charge. Rev C [ • onlstana the sea~..on ,~t,~o 1 ’~ ~ il"~ '~ "" " '~'~'~= i ,~ ~... "OOlanrl-,~- -^- w~-taer, ............ , " " / .. ~,. ~o, .. t~wz,. , ~,- tu~ ~ ~ ue ,~v~~,~ M A DraKe Walt Townsenfl anu Wl, Han ~v ~ ~ ~ ~ parts of the world, and the nature e wit h .... es ill give the benediction Is" from Bob Baze' running ~z ~u.t=w w~z'~ vezng uone ey the : ~ " s " ice • • board in the rear of the cex. in eason, $6 single serv • I IShredded ISUGAR ICOFFEE I ]Soil rosio. r.oo on far. al-I .. "" - Haw .... r th rI Frid. of l.t week Re. R H t g s,uad .l.te and hy thsl haveag dShiro , old," r~11SS *r~a~/ KlnS ann O 0 e 1 I I,,. -- I Pure Cane I AIRWAY I •[ready established in organized pro-[ ...... [Allen performed two marriage ser-[bugier. Orville Mann will be In eom-] that is very good, and also~. =, wheat , ' l •/,eels IGeorge spent Saturaey m Jt'Ortlanalvices one for Wm Llo--d Blakel-'imand of the s,,uad / saddle s~allton. They will vv J " ' " ~ ~ ~ " th m r ont~ o if e se e te ms One m I [ I 10 lb. bag I Mild and Mellow I [ o,e, ,00;00olWith thelr: ther_mr _a _d e. _land NaomlL. Ray, of Redmond, Ore-] -- / pasture to all meres Horsest Mr ann mrs ~ B ~an ry, o! a h class of these stallions I I 9 , b-S 25’: I de_ I ~ . _ 1 •[acres here will be organized [ • ". • . .[gon. nd t e other for a Sunnystde[ | . . ~ " . _~ • I ~ l~='~ • I ~N[~ l ~ ll[~, L)VC 1 '•] " i Salem. visited their parents, Mr. anal .... ~o ~oo~o~ n ..... a ~,=,,,~,^/I |1 great aemando uome. 1oo~ I ~ , ~ I/H, ....... , IMrs. J. B. I.~ntry and] Mr. nd Mrs. JHoon Saturda" he married Willis]l I ~m~|'~, [-4~r.~.,o II Goldendel-- | ! , i/wmhram I$ch00101Strlct IF. L. Webher over the weekend, tAllln~on anti'Mildred Smith, of]] ..... ~---ov a-,,.,~...t[J~,.,o [] ~. l Scott Tissue* * Mrs W H McGrath and Lavelle ' WANT TO TRAD]E---3-Plow "z ... . _. , ^ . .,.[ • : .... and ictor E Mobley and w,h Plow, in good conditi' • ~ 1111 e~ I Mt Vernon Tell II tnurejv uu~ 0~ U~llr[were Goldenaale visitors ~aturaeY[Ethel N. Atkins, of Goldendale. [ ]bemon-~ey But~er Sauce [ good teem and harness. A~ • o rein ..... ~ac I " •[ ~ .... [evening. [ The Junior Livestock Breeders'[ A delicately flavored sauce often[ Po o. box 123, Goldendale, © I Approved and Recommended I Floor .... • ~a_ II -- I Mrs. Roy Curt~ was in Vancouver[A~sociaUon wUi hold their re~larlbrlngs out the finest flavor in at ~ummtt Ranch. . I Jello, pkg. .... 5c[ o .. .. |lout of debt, and thelbudget for 1936~'~':y C:°H: ~x~:::y:e=t:~co~Therew'll.ne•~a.IKs OyClUO memners,~feel there is some dark mystery]F~illS-tak~kIk~--e.e yH~ouYn raki~s i2n~ • __ s .~n ~t r~w~ m~, ii a-" .......... I • • • p Imuslc, ann pictorial juug~.ng o] UlI-| about the suceeslseml sauce Mb~ny/ . . .~ ~ ~ v 5 , • Any Flavor 1 ~,v~it*~ = ~.,~,=o ..~,~.II na ~,~u was ~ptea. The IOllOW-|~.,~la~ ~ ]’~.~,,~ t,.~..,.a...e a,.~..., ,..**~.. ~.., ] ..... --'r • ---e- / Jonn Drury. ' I I n 1~ Nentha lll.~, t~oh~.= w~.~ hh-=~ e^. +h ,. ] .... ~" I-~'--=- "~',o ,,- ,,--,.7 ,-=,~-=©. rv,-[cnets owe tnezr reputation to cere-/- ....... • , ..- -,, ............ ,, -.,-,. ,,,. ,ue e,m- rs raves Mr " " - " • ~ ~kl ~ | IJ ......... ] Mr. e.nd M . W. F. Seg , .[lowing the meeting• there will be]fully nrenared sauc~ b-t th=,,, ~o[~I;RNISHED APARTMLENT lag year" tmyton ~lover, or Go~aen- - ,- r -~- - ......... 11 • r Wm Rose and Billie and ' RENT--Close m, modern. • .orn, me, I can I ~ *| , O lJ ................... [and M s. • [recreafJon and refreshments. Par- ~ really nothing difficult about ,,re-[ ................ ue " uulu, ~vzr. anu ~rs. tillmer KrlCKSOn, i r v u~ mrs. u. ~. ~yn, ruu • Golden Bantam | lonez neap, |1 ................. [Nadean, Mert n Johnson end M . and[eats and friends are invited to be]paring these ~bita of extra flevori-~, | West Broadway • ~ ~____ ~l~/~t_ I White King •fez uenzem~le; .~ls~_ l-l?l?n wyl~.e:[ Mrs. S. G. Yoder drove to Klickitat [present. [ One of the favorite sauces and oZ; [=- 1 ~) [or .... ~ • .... •1 ~eattle, ann rams ~ur~el wells, oz~- . ~ ~ S ............ t ' /CALL FOR BIDS~or fur~ ~unaay un unuay, May xztn at Trlnlty • " * 1 ~ ~'I~ ~#~ •]Mesa w=~h ] • [ , [that probably flta the most needs is[ 100 cords of 3 ft. fir woo • .,. - = 1 v ~ ....... --,~,.l] | Mrs. Alvin John returned Tuesday[Church at Portland, Edward Ber-[lemon~arsl,~ hu~tor ~,,~o ,m,o ~., | livered and piled at the • 5na hetti I ~. - • IJ Mr. and Mrs. George Coffield at-[morning from a three week's visit]hey and Lou Ella Ponath were unit-].redients at'e: ............. "| school building before SePt| • r'--~ ...... | ~r~lYlt~_fl~l|i~" ==[tended the Frontier Day celebration]i,, ~a fed in marriage by Rev Ball at 4-00|~" . • . ] ~ms must.pe in py june , m --=,, ,-~vo • -,,----r-v-- !--!- ==~ ....... m ....... i -- - • " 1 3 tebles~oons butter 1 w. ~tort, u[erK Dist. zx~. ' • ,~ ~-, 1 ~,.r~. ~,.~.= 1[at ~aKLma ~'riaay. I .IP. M The bride's sister from Seattle] ~" " / ea peon salto PeR SAI,E---80 acres good 1 ~ can~ .... ~.~c I ~ ~ l] Mrs. Bates Hunter end Mr and[ [was matron of honor and her broth-] [ .......... • 1.-8 tees don pep r limner on ~tns mgnw=y, • --, - I ~ cans .... /-~c •[Mrs. Ralph Hunter and, family, spent[ ~~1 ~ [er, 0. D. Ponath, of Longview, Wash.! .... P . pe . . [ $200 cash hal. 4%. Edward, 2: taolespoons lemon juice • Pt~Itrlt|~ 1 l[Sunday with their daughter and sts-| II[J~,/l~-4~J,~ &N[~K~ [gave her In marriage. There were~ [ ing. Goldendale, Wash. ~U~'~'ld'~" " " ab 1 tablespoon finely chopped pars- ter, Mrs Roy Coffleld, end family out ninety relatives and friends I Del Monte, Tidbits or Crushed I Minute Tapioca -I] • I J. C, Jacklett, of Yakima, was a] [ ley [THE REGISTERED pERCI~, • , ~. ~ 4 ~ | ~ • ~ • | Mrs. Clerence Croffut was in PasCOlbusines~ vi-lt--r Monda" -* "- ~- tPresent. Following the ceremony the l " [ STALLION CASINO 11, No. 14 z for ~ ~ u ~ ,=~ ,.uv ,=~- bri e Work ~butter until light and creamy will make the season of 1~ | ~n business Tuesda d and groom left for a short ...... .... y• Power and Light Company. ........... '- dnail- addio- salt and =o r ] the following places; Moa • 1 •[ Mr. and Mrs. Harry Watt were[ x~ o,~a ~ar.~ ~ Ath~w "~' m,,,, [weoulng trip to vancouver ~. u. anu[ ~'~ _ . ~ . o.. _ ,,..r~...[ Tueso at my place near No. 6, --, .~,..w ~ora In lemon Juice ann parsley wa 1 l/Portlend visitors Wednesao- I ............ ".'" . . .."* "/other points north. They will be at[ "[ and Thurs. e.t Andrew S ~.~ • ~~~'~lJ[~l*_~~ l] ........ ".''" . . ]claw, Wash, arrlveu m ~oldendale[home to their friends in Sundale]Keep in a cool place but do not chill.] Pleasant Valley, Fri. and lm l| mfrs. ~. ~. xouer was ShOpping zn ~Sunda to spend the week with their / . . • I o...... ~,, ,,oh _oo, ...... +oh,~o 1Edd Warrens, Crofton _ ~" Portland Wednesda Y following their return ........ , .... ~ .... a 0 Y" n fa . ,~ v,.,. .......... Terms: Insur nee $12.5 , • O. _ !_ __ *__ e} 11_=____ ~ff-- •[few of her friends at e one o" clock] Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Hagle, of[tion held its regular meeting at the[ to serve with lamb may be made by] $6.00. The Reg. Percher~i •Du'awDerrles J xes ............ ~ •| .......... [Hlllsboro, Oregon, accompanied bY]clubhouse last Thursday afternoon Isubstituting finely chopped mint[ Pat Morrans "on the ~w~e 1 •|luncheon ann ~enslngton ThUrsday I ........ Portlan .... J "~ = ~"" " • " -- " " -- -- " llThe -'~c~-"i ............ '~I~L U.Axtell, o] u, wmtea/Follo~ving the regular bustness sev-lleaves for the parsley. / and Tues., Wed. at ErneS’~ u,~ or~ uuv wur~ re~, roses anu ear , lace east of Goldendale J 1 Lettuce, good local, head .......... bc l[co,.mh,.., at the G ge W'cklun=]eral of the pioneer residents of ,he] Fresh frnite combined with ke[ .., • l|was s,,ent Those "rese-'" .^+~a ~#~. [no e. /community gave talks, reminiseent[thet has become dry offer the home-[ same es above. Jerry has | Rhubarb, 4 lbs. ................... 10c | Ohrist a ch i%g ho =: ..... ! Clifford tke. ratu , SV-/of "oL t, e" Gold,.ndale These whelm"dr an op,.o unity :o / • •1 O E John returned Thursday/urday from Portland, where she ]contrlnuted were: mrs. Thomas Hill, [tara sauce, a zavorite with mbst fam-! merly ~)wne’l' Parties alo~ • t...--..t. ’.. 1 from St" Vlncents hospital in Port [spent a couple of days on business. [Mrs. Rosa Brooks, Mrs. M, M. War-] files. This sauce, prepared properly,[ route wishing" the horse to • ~t~,’t~ I[ 11~’Op It~_~l~t,,l/~ ................... 0~, • .....~" ..................... "[ Miss Margeret Plett returned to ]her a.ud Mrs. J. E. Whitney. Pictureet is smooth and creamy and may be[ their place pTeese phone, tCde~ m m ,~uu, wuere u~ u,,u oeen ctmnneu ~ne/ . [ t ~ De taken ~o preven~ accm. • ~'~ ~ ~'~ a ss ~ 1 past two weeks with & carbuncle [her studies at a business college tn[and old-fashioned tintypes were]served on meny kinds of puddings. I will not be respons~le shOUl~ ! rresnreas, qtlOS.................. zac 1 Mrs'~ Robert Skar "• vo~ ,yd, ]Portland last Sunday, after ~t two |viewed by the audience followtng the l Custa~ Bauce [ occur. E. C. Tho~npeon, o~ ....... Randolph groom 1 " • wes a'Wlshram i i" r "--" "~" " " ]week's visit with her mother, Mrs [talks. Refreshments were served[ 2 cups milk 1 3 cup sugar [ ...... " • ~kI__ O_____!_ J IL-- l fl-- • .. ~ r vlS to "rn~l~=41&y• lb. Plett. ]after the meeting, the pioneer motif[ 3 egg yolks b teaspoon vanilla[ 160 ACRE RANCH FOR PJ$ • l ew opu s, • j s. ................ £at; • Mrs...w~r.en ~neman, oz vancou-[ .. .. - ~,-,,wn of Cenera;lo [ predominating in the table decor-[ c.~.~ ..,,~t, ~ ..... • ~,,, h~ ~,,,;~ [ 30 acres fall wheat, 130, • • • ver, vlszte~ her son werren, Jr., and | Mrs. ~eorg~ ~.-..." -~" --" "' J ati ..... a e,.~a ~r,-= r~ ~. ~ .... J ............ v ............ "I pasture for $100. Come an= l g~lt ..... , 1,,~,,,~ ~,,,~J~-,~, ~q~fi_ • wife q'hursaav [who has been vlsiungWith ner~ ......................... Tier. Beat egg yolks slightly with[ et it. A. Schmieder. • vr uq z=D9 uu-.. .......... 4as • .^ -- ~r^~'~,~, ,,~ v ...... ]brother F A Smith and family, [ was hostems of the tea committee. [ su~'ar and Salt Add milk slowly, I I I ,~ x~.u~t~=o~, ~t JtJyltL wKa znI ' ' " I I o - v , e tr c was er ; • " r hem • " -- l~OR S~,E---EI_e__I_ __h m__ I Wishram on business Thursday]left Thursday for ne e, Mr. and[ [stirring to thoroughly corn{bind mix-[ Grunow refrigerator used mm -" Mrs. C. H. Krauspe