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Page Eight THE GOLDENDALE SENTINEL--Goldendale, Washington Thursday, Girls League Rites Held For @ G. He S. News President ........ Barbara Zumwalt l By Edith Wierman Vice-president .......... Daisy Freer Chas. P --------- I Sec.-treas ..... Annabell McCardell McKilli__._---- . I The annual senior banquet Boy's League Fm'leral rites for Charles Mr-,held Thursday, was a memorable President ........ Bob Cadwallader Killp, former Klickitat county iccasin for the class of '48. A Viee-pres ......... Harvey Holycross man coarse of ham was served Sec.-treasurer ............ Dyrck Hall resident who passed away at!after whichmaster of ceremon- Commencement will be at 8 p. Nazarene DVBS 1Maryhill Museum mostly winter scenes, windy days, snow and ice. In the Unit- Opens On Monday t Exhibiting Water ed States group are many of the outstanding artis.ts in this medi- ~--_ Vacati-~nn Bi'~'le will Color Collection um working in the several states. Daily School Another notable contrast be- open at the Church of The Naz- --"----" [tween our northern and southern arene next Monday, May 31. All /r~,,~+; .... ~ f ..... ,,,. 1~ artists of North and Souti~ Ameri- children of the community were , ............... v-~-- ~, F ca is the Latin's dominant inter- foreword, "we once our faith that through age of the artist, pe~ better able to I .*co traits common to all bind humanity versal kinship." Cloverdale, Oregon May 17, were i" 1~ ..~ rt ~.rf,~ ~t~r+o~ +h. ........... les ..~nal ................... urged to attend and to be present to the north and south, and a't IMPROVEMENTS nela tnere last Thursaay, ~viay iprogram. The reading of the m. Friday. 20, in the Presbyterian church, iclass will and prophecy by Edith As this w/ll be my )ast article for every day of the school. A home. Jest in people, whereas, the Can- Construction is to Gravesde services were held at Wierman and Gay Calvert prey- representing GHS, I wish to ex- certificate of award will be pre- This exhibit, from the perman- adians and ourselves place more a liquor display press my appreciation to those sented to each pupil who attends ent collection of The Fine Arts stress on local scene and land- the bar in the 2 au sessions oI the scnooi Evergreen Memorial Park at Mc-Ied very amusing. Speeches byipeople who have helped me by * IDeDartment of International scaoe However, both in their Club "" , .... interment was q everyone present brought to a , - -' It was announee:l that refresh e s mmn~me, wnere i " itheir words of encouragement . "iBusin s Machines Corporation, choice of subject matter, express Complete with . i close an eventful evenmg. The and .their interest in my weekly merits will be served to thefour!like other art acquisitions of this their interest in native environ- the new cabinet will mane. !class wishes to express their column, ann i~ve year ores, win me v,r~, .... provement on the ~.~ a,; .... ~ ..... ;ou;,, +h~ mil~- I company, was selected by local Bent and the actlwtms of their the clubroom. Attending the services from ~lgratitude to the mothers who Goldendale were Mr. and Mrs. L..~prepared the banquet. ) a-- carpemry .... shop Ior ooys from ]t ar- ........... aumor t es m earn oz me immw men. ...... ) I W. Cooper, Mrs. Mary Montgom-i Sunday evening Rev. Bruce l]~)~|i~,,,,~,,C,'$ Ithe first grade UD will be con countmes represenma, zneret)y ~uogecr maLter is wme ann AFGHAN BLOCKS ducted by the Rev. Ray Kellom. ensurmg a group of pictures the varmd among these pictures, Members of the ABle cry, Mrs. Essie Brain, Mr. andlGroseclose spoke before 29 sen-[lUUl JlJ~llq~llt -- - " ' ,~ AP,,~rt McKillin and Mr ,ors and a large audience at B~e- lr~ Ir~! 1 / ' l people themselves felt were rep- ranging from flower paintings to glen Auxiliary who ha' =,~rl Mr= ~lin.tan Co.~ner icalaureate serwces. H~s _ubjec~ ]L~al~ce rlannea ur,,_t, 1~.~,,,, 1[:)1 .... ~.] resentative of" the art develop- native dances and festivals, from blocks are asked to g~l ..................... ~ " " i f ...... was Open Doors, and ch e ly 1/1/UIJ~ Jl~l.~ ll~Ulilg~l merit and character of their land. tropical scenes to snow-capped Mrs. Dean Gillenwaters "~ne aeceasea was tmrn near)concerned the doors of opportun- Fulton, Me., November 13, 1862,1ity opening to today's youth. The swimming pool benefit ~ .{~l~l~lt~T ~'~_1~" 1 Although many of the Latin- mountains; from stevedores and]waters hardware by tl and came to Klickitat county in lRev. Ray A. Kellom delivered the dance sponsored by Pleasant ~ ~" '~l~''u~a~ v'~"~"= American artists have studied in cowherds to the "mother and th~s week. 1886 locatin, near Centerville l invocation and 4aenedictions. Valley Grange has been set for l ---'---- the art centers of Europe and the child" theme The artists seem He later moved to Oregon, resid-'f Student Body and League dec- Saturday night, June 5, it was Friday of this week has been United States, the.character of to say, "tMs" ~s' what we're like-- OU NEED GO( in F ir iew ~'cMinnville tion results are as follows: announced today. Dancing will ldes~gnated as c man-up, oay at their painting is sazd to be as let us show it to you." If you do we've Reall~ mg . . a v . , ,v, .~. - 1' iA S B President H Wolverton be ~aeld from 9:00 p. m..to 1:00 theSprlng UreeK cemetery, ac~- distinctly Latin-American as the "In presenting this collection[BugI Army Surplu~ anct ~eoo, moving tO Uzoveraa et : " ...... . Vme-presldent .... Martha Jussfla a. m., with a Mabton orchestra coramg to announcemen~ ma e land and the -co le wh ........... extra lenses. All Rub ~,r~a..~a~ au ~..+,,.~o+,~a her p p o lnnaDit oI contemporary water corers, after fll health had forced hm re ' " Senior Yell Leaders....Vara Beth furnishing the music. Lunch will gns,are,,~sked,,to, c=ome~.~o~he it. The works of the Canadian :Mr Thomas J. Watson, President holes around lenses. Ideal for Bal ng tirement. Whitehill and Arlene Newton. be sold at the dance and all pro-" assist in water colorists .are also a direct of International Business Mach- ROY L~ He leaves .the wife, Mrs Hulda Junior Yell Leaders--Betty Jean reeds will go {o the War Memor-Icemetery on Friday to ...... Kirtz McKillip, three children, Adkison, Virginia Gosney. ial swimming pool fund. cleaning up. relmcnon of their surroundings; ines Corporation, writes in the I Also sold at Mrs. Harry Nickolson, of War- renton, Mrs. Mildred Anderson, of Tillamook and Lloyd McKil- lip, of Cloverdale, a brother, :Robert, of Goldendale, ten grand- children, four great grandchild- ren, and a number of nieces and nephews. e Appleton News - ~gnes Green ...... The banquet given for the 8th grade graduates May 20 was a grand success with 88 neighbors present. Jodean Millberger and Clarence Culver were the graduates with Dale Clark neither absent or tardy all year and an average standing of 96. Diane Newell, Robert Smith and Donna Lutz all averaged 92 or over. Congratulations children Many carloads of friends and neighbors drove to the home of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Nordstrom Thursday night after the banquet, where they put on a rousing old- fashioned charivari. After a little visit and treats the happy bunch returned home about midnight Mr. and Mrs Melvin KitLleson, Mrs. A.rchie Green and son Frankie and Mrs. Agnes Green were business visitors in The Dalles Monday. Mrs. Irene Green and Mrs. Edith Nordstrom did the washing for Mrs. Carter Tuesday Mrs.. Carter is under doctor's care. Bryon Shaw is working in a mill at Klickitat. We were awakened the other morning by the merry jingle of cow bells and the bawling of calves and found that the range cattle are here again for the sum- mer. Gee. Hartwig, Mr. and Mrs. Archie Green and Mrs. Agnes Green drove to Naches Saturday evening for a visit at the Ben Green home and attended the stock car races at Yakima. Our school house is being re- sided with a heavy brick siding and the teachers cottage has a new coat of white paint. It surely looka nice. Mrs. Nagel and Ethel Bales called on their brother, Percy Bales Sunday. Mrs. Walter Kemp called at Nagels Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Wamack, of The Dalles, attended Bible study Fri- day evening and Sunday school in Appleton. Percy Bales was a busineas vis- itor in Lyle Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Worthen have company from Utah. PHONE 1874 For 6arbage Hauling Bob Byars ~zlusive Triple Action ---4t be~ts, as R sweeps, as it cleansl* Con. ~erls In e Jiffy for above-the-floor oleanlag. Mocl~l 28, aleaner ~mq Drop in today and see this qreat new Hoover Cleaner, or call for G enwaters Hardware Goldendale, Wash. Guaranteed tender, juicy every time-or money back. O with that good smokey Half tlavor. Cook one up or for tke double kolidayl Whole LE. Smoked Picnlcs Shenks cu+ short. Plenty o! good *ating meet. L1. BACON Sugar cured, Any size piece lb. 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