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INC. ALL CONTENT COPYRIGHTED• ALL RIGHTS RESERVED• AGREEMENT. REPRODUCTION, DISSEMINATION, STORAGE, DISTRIBUTION PROHIBITED. May 27, 1948 THE GOLDENDALE SENTINEL--Goldendale, Washington Page Fifteen =:=:::=: Remodel--Repair • e xuP with items from Our complete stock of Bu,id,ng Materials and Home-Making Needs POCT~ LUMBER--CUT TO FIT Doors Screens Hardwood Windows Glass Flooring Storm Sash Hardware Roofing Siding Fence Posts Suppl|es Sheet Rock Garage Doors Wallboard Shingles InsulationPlywood ROOFING Home Ownership is your best investment in Good Living and Good Citizenship. We are always glad to help you with any building problem. Take advantage of our plan service. SIOING W HARDWARE were born three children, Pearl, Edna, and Jess. He was divorced and lived a number of years in Oregon, coming to Lyle, Wash- ington in December, 1933. Five years later he married Anna Dean on January 28, 1938• They moved to Goldendale in February 1939 where they have resided until his! death on May 17, 1948. He was laid to rest in the I•O.O.F. cemetery with Rev. J. S. Haslam, officiating• He is survived by his wife Anna and one sister, and his three ehil- dren, one nephew and 2 neices and a host of friends. CHARLES McKILLIP Charles McKiIlip, son of Dan- ial and Mary Guy McKillip, was born near Fulton, Mo., on Novem- dams as are necessary and open channel improvement between the mouth of the river and Lewis- ton, Idaho, for purposes of slack- water barge navigation, irrigation and power development. The plan of improvement now developed consists of four dams with high- lift locks to overcome a differen- t]on in elevation of 375 feet, be- tween the Columbia River and Lewiston, fish-passing facilities, and hydro-electric installations. The damsites tentatively-selected are located 10, 45, 72, and 113 miles respectively above .~he mouth of the Snake River. The Civil Functions Appropri- ation bill for the fiscal year 1949 now on its way to final passage includes funds in the amount of $300,000 to continue plans. The i Chief of Engineers, in testifying, submitted a program contemplat- ing that the dam at mile 10 will ber 13, 1862, and passed away at be constructed first and that work his home in Cloverdale, Oregon, i will progress upstream• It is -.-~r~" --,~'z ~48~ at the aden' of 85 i~planned .... to submit estimates to ...... ~.. -....+h~ ~.~ • ..... a .... ~ongress Ior tins construction be- he" came t'o Klickita~• county,* ~g nning m me imcai year lvou 188 - t with continuing requests each Washington in 6 locating near{year thereafter Centerville. I- "HAL HOLMES On November 26, 1889, he was] J united in marriage to Miss Fannie .... services at 2 -m vAXtwe11~)Th°:a~dg~W~YnA Fai~- [atmjgv~rgVreeSlael~emorial ParkP," at • , !g , . _-. • . aug - i McMinnville, Oregon, with vault [ ~er was oorn ~O 1;nlS Unl0n, nOW .... n-ement- entrust Mrs Harry icholson, of Warren-J2et n 2 Son%f T a'l ton, Oregon, who survives him.i - -- "~ "[ meeK, oregon In December 1901, he was unit-t ed in marriage to Miss Hulda E.I ~Kirtz of McMinnville, Oregon. ! Soon after his marriage he moved/ to Hebo, Oregon, in Tillamookl county where he owned a d~ry1 farm until failing health, whenI he disposed of his farm and] moved to Cloverdale, Oregon,/ where he resided until his death. Two children were born to this union, Mrs. Mildren Anderson, of Tillamook, Oregon, and Lloyd McKillip, of Cloverdale, Oregon, who with the mother, survive him. He also leaves one brother, Robert McKillip of Goldendale, Wash., ten grandchildren and four great grandchildren, besides sev- eral nieces and nephews and a host of neighbors and friends. Funeral services were held at the Cloverdale Presbyterian church Thursday, May 20, at 11 The Army will check to make sure there is an opening in one of the four courses you have selected, and a place will be reserved for you In that course. Then you enlist for 3, 4 or 5 years, and after passing the physical and mental examina- tions and completing basic training you will be guaranteed training h-a your chosen field. The Air Force offers a similar opportunity in its Aviation Career Plan, giving you a pre-enlistment choice of 3 among the more than 40 USAF Specialist Schools• There is no better way to get a start in the great and growing field of aviation. Either plan gives you good pay, excellent training and splendid chance for advancement in a real career. You can get full Information, including lists of available SpeclaJlst Schools and Technical Courses, a~ your nearest Army and Air Force Recruiting Station. ~----~ . ~-_~ To Men with 2 Years or More of Co//ege WIN YOUR WINGS with the Aviation Cadets If you are single, 20 to 26'/~ )'ears old, physically sound, and have completed at least 2 years of college or the equivalent, you may he quail. fled for pilot training as an Aviation Cadet. Get full details now. Next elass starts July 1, 1948. U. S. ARMY AND U.S. AIR FOROE REORUITIN6 |ERI/I~ ROOM 12, VOGT BUILDLNG THE DALLES, OREGON AT ~.? ~'~ A S/&ENr W//f//~ • ~, ~, " ~1~¢~ ¢~ • o The 20th Century Fuel RII d~- ,% e vm ~V m~),,J %~F&~D CONSULT-- Bill Swick's Northwest Liquified Gas Co. cooing - Winter Heating The Dalles Phone 3797 Refrigeration It is estimated that three out Today--your home, your life, of four fires start from the and.the lives of your family ~ are in more dangerfrom fire following causes: ~ than ever before. 1. Matches and : Organtze your home-- careless smok- and your family to ing habits~ =*:~:•" • control fire menace. 2. Faulty chim- '" With the members [ neys, stovesand of your family, con- furnaces, etc. duct a family 3. Misuse of gaso- line and all in- CLEAN UP flammable Paint Up fluids Fix Up 4. Faulty wiring program in and and electrical aroun'd your home appliances Knosher Insurance Agen ¸Frank K. Knosl~ C. H. Knosher /