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Thursday, May 27, 1965 The Goldendale Sentinel 3 //i .... i !i/i :i xy ! :T; ! GRADERS led off the Spelling Bee in the fcllowing order: (front row from left) Clifford Jewell, Appleton; David Larsen, Bingen (the winner): Cathy Keech, Cenierville; Kendrick, Dallesport-Lyle and Joni Whitefield, Glenwood. Back row: Linda Lind, Gold- tmdele; Shawna Bartholomew, Klickilai; Joyce McNeel, Troutlake; Tina Margado, While Salmon end Charles Thiel, Wishram. FOURTH GRADE SPELLERS were topped by Rita Bcwling cf Dallesport-Lyle (second from left in front row). Judy Enyeart of Centerville is et left of Rita, and t right are Dana James ef Glenwood and Anna Schwartz, Goldendale Primary. In back row are Gary Corum, Bingen, he runner-up; Barbara Cart, Goldendale Elementary; Marion Jeffers, Klickilat; Cindy Ca- liff, Troutlake; Lori Walla, White Salmon and Cindy Spadi, Wishram. T t ?i! ;! i SIXTH GRADE (left to rigid, front): Judy Ogawa, Dallesport; Linda ShuM, Centerville; Philip Wang, Bingen; Gary JeweL1, Appleton and Jim Fisher, Troutlake; (rear) Debra Mann, Glenwood; Stephen Hubbard, Goldendale; Regena Bartholomew, Klickilat: Carol Bauguess, White Salmon and Linda Smilh, Wishram. Stephen Hubbard was winner of this group. ..j:!i GRADE contestants were the following (front row from left): Carol Jewell, Apple- Stephen Hawes, Bingen; Atie Demazest, Dallesport and Frank Lea]on, Glenwood; (back Donald Foster, Goldendale; John Johnson, KIickitat; Candee Kelly, Trouflake; David ..... While Salmon, and Kathy Gabber1,-Wishrarru David Marvin was winner GRADUATE AT ENUMCLAW 94 was the largest in school !-.istory. Now. at Enumclaw. his graduating class numbers 194. and is the largest in its school history as well. DIME-A-DIP SUCCESSFUL The Rainbow Girls held a successful dime-a-dip dinner Tuesday night at the Masonic Temple. Proceeds from this din- ner will be used to help defray the expenses of delegates to the state assembly in June. , GRANDSON TO Spalding, son of the M. Spaldings who lived here, will gradu- a one of the top 15 schol- Enumclaw High School 8. Geri attended grade at Goldendale and since moved to Enum- has spent summers his grandparents, the gs. His grand- recalled this week that he graduated from the grade here his class of McKay00 HOME EC CORNER GOPYRIGHT |D64 TH  NAY AqiY HELP! HELP! !  YOUB favorite Nu-Way Cleaners lftdp aad delivery. Phone 7"72-4818 flower arrangements in her home that I always assumed she had had some professional instruction in the art. I was amazed to learn that she saved colored illustrations and mag- azine covers that showed ar- tistic arrangements of flowers and that she just patterned her own after the illustrations. Maybe some of you would like to try this idea. Niemi's V Store Memmorial Day Flowers This baked lamb stew made a hit with me and with a num- ber of my friends so I'm sure it will with you ladies also. Use 1 pounds cubed lamb shoulder, 1 cup sliced onions, ! cups sliced beets, 1 cups cut green beans, 2 t-xtps diced tomatoes, 1 cup sliced mush- rooms, 3 cups stock or bouillon and salt and pepper to taste. Combine lamb and onions and cook over low heat until lamb is browned on all sides. Add beets, green beans, tomatoes, mushroems, stock or bouillon and salt nd pepper and mix well. Turn into 3 quart eas- serone, cover and bake in 350 oven for 1 hour or until lamb and beets are tender. Jack's Grocery Angel Food Cakes ...... 49c LADIES: The firms named throughout Ibis "Corner" axe Us sponsors. They foot the bill for ibis newspaper space and your cash prizes and for our home economy service. If you .'co ..,." p, ..,. thank them with o paXron- age wbn,er ou ca appreciate it and so will L TMU. WOOLGR O'WERS MEET JUNE 3 The Woolgrowers will meet June 3 at the home of ttelen lmrie. 4-H FOOD SALE The 4-H girls and boys are holding a baked food sale June 5 at the Columbia Gas Com- pany. The proceeds of this sale will be used for 4-H State Con- ference to be held in Pullman. By Carl Witt CRAMPED FOR SPACE? It's a common enough com- plaint, especially in newer homes where rising building costs have meant smaller roams. And in a small room, the main decorating problem sems to be avoiding over- crowding while still making the room functional and at- tractive. You can visually "enlarge" your rooms with light or pale colors, which cause the walls to recede, or "push back" away from you. Dark or very intense colors have a tend- ency to move in on you, and they should be used sparing- ly in smaller rooms. Select furniture that is rel- atively light and small scaled, with an emphasis on such details as open arms, cane backs, slender legs -- all of which create an ':open" feel- rag. Use wall-to-wall tarpe.t- ing, even wall-to-wall, ceil- ing-to-floor draperies where possible to emarge your space visually, along with a unified color scheme. To help you, quality manu- facturers hve created fine furnishings in a remarkable range of sizes and propor- tions, Visit our showroom soon and discover how much you have to choose from for even the smallest room! For quali.tv+ selection and value, come in and see! MAYSON FURNITURE CO. Gld T73.4166 FOUR EIGHTH GRADERS made up one of the smallest classes to date. From left are Bonnie Shum, Bingen: Linda Tsubota, Goldendale: Belly Umlauf, Klickital and Cathy Fickas, Wishram. Nolan John, Glenwood, was eligible but was not present for the contest. SEVENTH GRADE coestants numbered only six--(front row) Sue Ann Dickey, Bingen; Cheryl Brasmer, Glenwood and Diana Williams, Goldendale, and (back) Carol Lamping, Klickital- Susan Todd, Troutlake and Mical Coffield, Wish- ram.  outlasted all five girls to win in the gede. Recloseable "Cold Case" keeps Olympia cold 4 to 6 hours IMM gardoa or faro- words or less). U right here in tl Ju u soo u aud ff mT sldf the heal LOCAL con- appear in fle during any o n receive a chock MOLLY McKAY. Coming Events I-l/ckitat County lag - May 29, 8 p.m. Pharmacy aexan Dr sto, lamb recipe that almost all families is fricassee. This recipe excellent one. Use 2 ta- salad oil, 2 pounds Shoulder cut into 2-inch I% cups water, 1 cups 3 medium size 2 teaspoons salt, pepper, 1 teaspoon mint flake, 11/2 all-pro'pose lour, cold water and rice. Heat oil and add 1waters, Inc. Full line of P(wls Equipment and cook until lightly on all sides. Drain off Add 1 cups water, onions, salt, pepper fint flakes, cover and low heat for 2 ,hours. flour and 1 table- water and blend. Add mixture and cook heat, stirring con- until thickened. Serve rice. tt H Kurl Shop mi Fiend Vivian Kent of mine MUTTON HEADS" SHEEP SHEARED Allen Counts, reporter The Mutton Head 4-H club members took their sheep to their leaders, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hoctor, farm May 22 to have them sheared. Jon West gave a demonstration on the necessary equipment for fitting sheep. Tommy Barrett was elected vice-president to replace Cindy Barber who moved away. The club gave a picture to Mrs. Barber, a leader, who left the (,mmunity. The members voted to pay Lalf of the expenses of a parent or leader to attend 4-H camp. The next meeting will be at Rhonda Sander's home. baked food sale and all plants The club made $20.5 on the that were not sold were taken to the nursing home. 49 spellers perform in annual spelling contest (Continued from page 1) recessed a little before noon for lunch, and resumed at 1:00. Publisher Pete May was assist- ed in giving the words by Mrs. O. C. Murdock. Mrs. M. H. Spalding (County Clerk Wilma Spalding) filled her usual role v.s judge of the contest for the ninth straight year. Words missed by third grad- ers were "lesson, people, twelve vegetables, potatoes, soldier, finally, kitchen and pigeons." Words missed by fourth graders were "quietly, division. copies, probably, magazine, ymnasium, television, auditori- um and necess:ary." Fifth graders went down in order on "practicing, apparent, generally, especially, museum, ,cquainted. gram mar, and Eorthern." Sixth graders found "alcohol" md "mischievous" the biggest stumbling blocks, two contes- tants being eliminated on each ot these stumpers. Other toughies they could not sur- nmunt were "business, majori- ty, ancient, Courtesy and ex- ceedingly." The seventh graders found "accustomed" to be the defeat of two of their number. Others they missed were "committee. Klickitat Heights by Mrs. Vern Cochenour Mr. and Mrs. Loyd Butler left Thursday for Fruitland, Ida., to get his mother. They returned Friday. John Milberger stayed with Steve Butler to help him with the chores while they were away. Guests at the Loyd Butler ]'vine Sun day were Mrs. Butler's mother and stepfather, Mr. and Mrs. Eaart Barkofe of Kansas City, Mo. They had been in Portland and will visit here for several days. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Butler from Klickitat and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Meadows oI White Salmon were also Sunday dinner guests at the Loyd Butler home. Mr. and Mrs. Loyd Butler ent to Troutlake Monday eve- ning. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Oldfield. Kenneth Doolin and Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Doolin attended the graduation exercises at the Lyle High School Friday eve- ning, as Billy was one of the graduates. Calvin Doolin called early Saturday morning from Missouri to congratulate Billy. A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Doolin Wednes- day. Mr. and Mrs. D a r r e 1 Bach- man of White Salmon were dinner guests at the Cochenour t, ome Monday evening. Daniel Coehenour spent the weekend at his home here. Vern Cochenour went fishing with Jack Collins Saturday. CENTERVILLE SO-SEWS by Pairicie Hinshaw The Centerville So-Sews held their regular meeting on Tues- day afternoon. They made +plans to help a club in Goldendale with a "white elephant" sale. restaur ant, electricity and superior." The four eighth graders used only 17 words in eliminating three of their group. The first word missed was "opponent" followed by "conscience" and '+indicative". The six seventh graders ran through l words before they were reduced to one speller: the nine fifth graders handled 53 words; the ten sixth graders spelled a total of 67 words on their list; the ten fourth graders s esolved 5 words on their list. and the ten little third graders spelled 93 words before they bad only one member left standing. Mrs. Spalding remarked at tie close that in several instances, speltdowns occurred on the same words that had proven too hard a year ago. Also, it has been noticed that competition usually is keenest in the fifth and sixth grade roups, and that natural ad- vantage is more noticeable in the younger and older students. According to our records, ighth grade winner Linda Tsubota had the longest record o participation, five of her possible six years. However. six other youngsters, sixth graders Stephen Hubbard and Carol Bauguess, fifth graders Stephen Hawes and Artie Dem- arest, and fourth graders Gary Corum and Rite Bovling, have perfect records of having been best in their school grades for four, three and two years espectively, and consequently participants in the Sentinel Spelling Bee. Of course, all ten third graders similarly quali- fied (although two of them came as alternates). Nine others had previously been entered at least once. (In case we have omitted someone from this distinction, we would appreci- ate .being corrected.) Pictures of all participants. and the winners, will be found in this issue. .... 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