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I Page Two THE GOLDENDALE SENTINEL--Goldendale, Washington Thursday, May 27, be operated in Seattle this sum- met--June 14 to July 9, it was announced yesterday. Sponsored by seven public systems of the state, Western Washington Col- lege of Education in Bellingham, and Cornish School of Seattle, the workshop is expected to draw art teachers from all parts of the country. Classes will be held at Cornish School. " "'" Pupils Honored Vacation School SOCIAL ACTIVITIES [ rrlze winners 1 In Flower Show At Glenwood ]Staff To Meet I Grange To Meet ~Shower Honors Are Announced GLEN~rOO. (S~----~ecial) -- A A meeting o--~" th--e-staff of the ~. [large crowd attended the gradua:!Methodist Daily Vacation Bible ~.. Friday Night Mrs. Chas. Hoctor The annua r show, h ld tion program at Glenwood sch.oollSchoo1 is set for T.hursday after- :~ _9__--- [ --------- last Thursoay unoer sponsorsnip Goldendale Grange will mect i On Thursday afternoon, May 20, of the Woman's ~ssociafion, ere-i last Friday evening, e'our mgnlnoon of this week at 2:30 at the at the new hall Friday night, !a stork shower was held at the,a~e~ unusuat imeres~ and was de-Ischool seniors and twelve eighth]church It is expected that all May 28, at eight o'clock. The home of Mrs. Chas. McDowell in I sc~l~ern~eaSanat~t~aand~fglsUc~reS:s! torianslgraders forWerethegraduates'~high schoolValedic" t memberSclass ithe vacationf theschoolteachingwill staffattend,Of meeting will be followed by a honor of Mrs Chas Hoctor ! re .~how " ~11 alas ~nd the were Edward Hollyand Lee lsince the general meeting is to I " . ~we__ _._.n in ....... ses ....... social hour during which there I Games were played, after which show held in the Woman's Asso- Chapman. ]be followed by departmental will be a birthday cake honoring the guest of honor opened her elation building, proved again thatI The $20 best student award of meetin s .~ g those with birthdays in May. many lovely and useful gifts. De- their is an increasing interest in the White Salmon Elks Club was ........ .P I.... ., ...... I r'lans are oelng comple~eo Ior ..u ~(llVlOel oy ~mven r~oouenpyle, [*ha cnh~nl ,~hl,h ill ~ .... Ladies are asked to bring a pie licious refreshments were then the community in the develop-i nd Mere ................................. $ You Get the Lowest Prices on Nationally AdvertiSed for refreshments served by the hostesses, Mesdames meat of better flower gardens.. Eleanor Mac Lofgren, a - , [ducted from June 14 to June 25. ", tt~rol,~ ~ill ~a,,m~,n~ Hill Te,~' lwrs. r~ay WIlKInS, general dith Steinback. [ Brands at the Star Super Market. You will like our . .. .~ ~,. , :: j v~,. . '- " chairman of the show, annuoncedt Perfect attendance certificates Friendly Atmosphere and Low Prices. ,~n, t**a~,~,~ ~,~, r~ornlorooK, wm. l:unnmgnam, winners in the various classifiea- . ~ ............. and Carl Kloker. tmns as follows: were given to Daroyld Kuhn-[~'~,r~|~ ~|!1~ |~ .... t~.,,.,.. ~.. ~.~ ,...~ .~,**o Miniature arrangements: Mrs. [housen, Evelyn Davis, Leslie i~v** v.~,~, ..,~..J~,o Oregon Prunes in syrup ............ No. 2V2 can ][3c ..... ? .... ~' .............. .~f Elizabeth Hause, first; Mrs. Or- Chapman, Pat Money, and Bun P|~Irl Two ~'*.~n~Q for Washington state teachers will Cooked Food e~le McEwen, second, lWellenbrock. , ....... v ~-,--~,,,.~,Diamond A Spinach.. .............. No. 2'/2 can 1~t Corsage: Mrs. Fred Oltmanns, .... Our Mother's Cocoa ................ No. 2 can 39c CHIROPRACTIC TREATMENTS Electro-Therapy Hydro-Therapy Dr. Jack E. Mitchell Chiropractic Physician Over Penney's-The Dalles, Ore. Phone 3290 Sale Nets $115 first; Teddie McEwen, second. Specimens: Mrs. Dallia Mc- Ewen, first and second. press appreciation to the mothers yard: Mrs. Dollie Madden, first; of the club who generously con- Mrs. Fred Oltmanns, second. ale Following the show, a number tributed food for the s " , Total ammmt rai~f~l t~) date bv of the prize-winning floral ex- Mb~ts were displayed m The Sen the Mothers Club is $810.30, it .. . ._ " was reported. Officials of the'~unel wmclow. club plan to continue their sol-l ..................... " " n ntilsuch ~ **, v..~,~v~-~ m~tatmn for fu ds u . . time that their quota of $1,000 is GLENWOOD (Specml) -- Mms reached, i Dorothy Harter became the bride "' /of John Winnicki in a ceremony KENSINGTON TO MEET tin Vancouver at the home of the M ........ '~bride's parents Mr. and Mrs. rs ~ee L~armna wm enter-i t . George Har er, formerly of Glen- tam the O. E. S. Kensington club l wood, last Saturday evening at Friday, at 2:30, at the Masonic seven o'clock. The wedding was Temple. i followed by a lovely reception for ;more than fifty guests The young Teen-Age Ball Set For June 4 Plans are being made for the mid-summer ball to be .held by the Teen-Agers at the new Grange 'hall Friday night, June 4. At the same time, a short business meet- ing will be held and new officers will be elected, it was announced. The Golf Club Ladies will hold their regular luncheon Friday af- ternoon at 12:45 at the clubhouse, with Mrs. Z. O. Brooks and Mrs. F. J. Sleeper as hostesses. A holiday pot luck lunch also isplanned for Monday, May 31, at 1:00 p.m., with all members urged to attend. New officers for the year were named at the opening meeting last Friday as follows: President, Mrs. Wayne Carsey; vice-president, Mrs. George Nick- The June 4 dance will be semi- erson; secretary-treasurer, Mrs. formal and there will be no in- Wait Townsend. crease in price Effective witht this dance, however, the newi dancing hours will be 8:00 to 11:00 ,,,arr.ase License ;,. *.p.m. during the summer months. County Auditor Vesta Tebbs FLOWERS NEEDED issued the following marriage li- censes during the past week: May 20--Robert D. Wise, 23, Goldendale, and Mabel White, 18, also of Goldendale. May 22--W. R. Darnel], 21, of Glenwood, and Florence Wellen- ill or Mrs. Ray Wilkins. brock, 18, Glenwood. I ,, ,u All persons who have flowers they are willing to give for the Memorial Day services and dec- oration of veterans' graves are asked to contact Mrs. A. E. LAver- Swift'ning ...................... 3 lb. can $1.09 NuBora Soap Powder .................. large 6~' Fancy dish in every package Kellogg's 40 per cent Bran .............. 10 oz. Yakima Honey ...................... 1 lb. jar Rain Drops, for dishes or ,laundry ........ large M. C. P. Pure Lemon Juice 7 3/4 oz. cans ... 3 for Oval Sardines, Tomato Sauce ................ C. H. B. Prepared Mustard .......... 24 oz. jar We have the New Ball Freezer Jar, pint and Fine for your home freezer. PICNIC SUPPLIES-- Cups, Plates, Napkins, etc. A FULL LINE OF FRESH FROZEN FRUITS AND VEGETABLES ;couple received many lovely gifts Bickleton Dance i before departing on their honey- ARE YOU PLANNING oon to Los Angeles. They will l make their home in Vancouver. ISuccess~ul SF--'AFOODS~" ~ Have lunch with your friends at... A TRIP TO EUROPE? Mr and Mrs. Frank Lucas and] ~--- ~ THE STAR SUPER FOUNTAIN family, of Glenwood, were amongI Residents in the Bickleton area Now Serving were generous in their attend- ~ Cold Sandwiches . . . Delicious Soft Ice Creara those present at the wedding. OCEAN-FRESH ance at the county fair dance, ~~--- ~ " Big Jumbo Milkshakes TRAVEL BY SEA OR AIR AUXILIARY TO MEET iheld in the Bickleton Grange eDeep-Fried The Klickitat Wool Growers !hall last Saturday night Over Make Your Reservations Early Association Auxiliary will meet $ 0.00 net profit was made from Giant Shrimp Try our Super Special June 3. Mrs. Wilford Imri~. will!the, affair.. Fresh Strawberry and Banana be hostess and she will be assisted'i The B~ck]eton group were al- Call, Phone, or Write by Mrs. Robert Imrie, Mrs Wil-!most boosting their candidate for ~Crab Louis 25C bur Seeley, Mrs. Cecil McD'owell,!Queen of The Fair, Ethel Whit- @Shrimp Louis THEY ARE DELICIOUS Mrs. Joe Hoctor, and Mrs. W. K. i more, and purchased $82 worth @Seafood Cocktails ........ Scandinavian ,mwJrung Reader. of grandstand booster buttons ,to --COLD DRINKS OF ALL KINDS -- C r,,ic= The topic of table decorations put 'her in the lead to date with ~aL~.~..a *,,~... ~.. will be discussed and anyone witha total of 8200 votes. .~._ ~, ~]~ *~, PHONE YAKIMA 26141 ideas on the subject be prepared Music was furnished by Orin 7 South Second Street . . . In Yakima Theatre Bldg. to give them. All ladies are urged Lee Dayton, Max gaurer, Clara ~~ to bring her article for the rum- Story, Watt Story, Ben F. Bush B~ ~ made sale~ and Gordon Stromberg. ~TOP ,~, ~.k~'@~ ~4~e~e~.ee.~e.~.l`q~e@.I*~@.l`~.'e~~~@@~~~~~~~ BROWNIE SCOUTS By Liihan Hickey When you needHOME REMEDIES, TOILETRIES BrownieGLENWOODscouts (Special)held their-- meet-The / ~ HAT BEAUTY AIDS, remember THE STAR. We sell " .... ~ ~ ing on May 19 with some of the . !} ~ ~,o .~ members working on mats andI ,, Less Every Day Of The Week $ some working on drawing Each Goldendale's table got a hen if they were quiet., "House of Seafoods" ~~i~~ The hens were made of cloth and l ~ } I " :t decorated with embroidery.___~ Beach Outdoor Chaise?;$, Annual = - " "| i . , ** Calif. Bunch Carrots ......... 1, Fancy Newton Apples... 3 lbs. - . Bananas ............... . ,. lb. Asparagus ............. .2 lbs.._ Adjust it as you wish., and ..... -~'~ Green Peppers ............ IO. the canopy and foot rest ~- "-- ~ ' make for still more comfort. -- Well made and a6.95 EASY TO USE ANYWHERE good value at 27.50 to 39.95 The frame is light and strong made of aluminum, and the large cushion is covered with a striped waterproof fabric. Has adjustable back, and can be used as a bed, too. Be thrifty, wise and economize. You save about GLIDERS for Everyone when you buy your meats at The Star .... to please you... Inspected to protect your 39.95 to 79.95 Ground Beef Fresh, pure .............. lb. Pork Roast, Young, tender ........ lb. A special group made by | -":: ...... ~ ~ .......... _,\.. ~ Met_,, _ir a factory noted for the |,~~~.:~.~.~ Bacon, by the piece ........................ lb. 7iF smartness and quality of ~~~V p oduct. Choose from .... ............. Short Ribs, Grade Good ................ lb. many color combinations, '~~~ for many years of corn- --'~*~~/~.~"~'."" Swifts Hams, picnic style ............ lb. fort. ""-,~ "~ we' e sold runareas of Sliced Young Beet Liver ............ lb. them in seafoam green or Chinese red. They're Fresh Beef or Veal Tongue ........ lb. grandly comfortable, and F'~t strongly made. Genuine Spring Lamb Roast ...... lb. Spring Lamb Steak ........................ lb. Fresh Dressed FRYERS MANY OTHER . We Reserve the Right to Limi* [ TYPES OF [ No Sales Jo Dealers [ Furniture [ Wo erl.t te.et o ! 21U sues! I co.. I DRESSES erproof upholstery in gay colors. Your Selections Nowl ] Comfortable, Sturdy Chairs, wat- t9.95 'I.~ely~ayo.n bember~-wlth dainty sealioped pepl~msf ~anclsome two-xono lineu.like spun rayons! FineLehan~raya, frosted with white ~quo.!All beautifully fuhioned, dam ~,,~)|.