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H,00'I man chosen /! The Iollowing months of July z, nd August will be spent at the Copenhagen Baths, with week- end visits to the nearby Nether- lands, Germany and Sweden. With the termination of this job he will fly to Helsinki, Fin- ]and, and travel north to visit his father's and mother's rein- fives in Vaasa and Oulu re- spectively. A short trip still Iarther north will take him beyond the artic circle and into the "The Land of the Midnight Sun." Returning via Oslo, he will board a New York bound ISIS jet in London September 5. The last lap of his trip to Port- land by Greyhound will in- clude a day in Washington D. C. and 1.2-hour stopovers in Chi- cago and Salt Lake City. Dennis will return to Clark College in Vancouver this falL where he is majoring in foreign languages, French, Russian, Norwegian and Finnish. He has been three times the recipient o! a tuition scholarship, has been awarded local Beta Regina Phi $100 scholarship twice. HILMAN Student In- of Belguim Dennis Hil- Mr. and Mrs. Ray as a par- European "Jobs :Program_ providing job in the Baths of Co- leave Portland Greyhound, for he will spend at the World's Fair tour of the city. Kennedy Interna- June 25 by ISIS his next stop will m London. A boat south will follow days of orienta- in Paris. making good "college French", fly to Oslo, Norway 1964 exchange stu- e, Trudi Sjo- r Clara morv is on the road Sheep from Roose- range at Trout winters his sheep area, also shears there before range. Stanley Cox of Clara Wright Story ranch Sun- of Walla Walla visitor the also calling on relatives. He is a Tom Wylie and with the Wylie Works. and Clyde Story of cattle to Hood for the sum- Saals were hosts for- dinner for their here from SaM and Clyde also; a big and birthday happy. Sands of Long- been visiting the the weekend and all Valley, Ore., to "Rodeo, Saturday. Brown of Spa- from an all- Florida and is and BicMes at the nuts- used to : Goldendale for Brown and Bickle were callers and Portland the L. Hamilton spent in Yakima daughter and fam- Shupe family to Goldendale employed with logging com- h"htrpe$ moved their range in the Friday. of Roosevelt mother, who has her winter stay Mrs. H. A. White to see the week. of Everett his mother, William Young Keith drove to Local boys receive naval assignments Navy Lieutenant (junto r grade) Gary T. Thayer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wallace D. Thayer oi Goldendale, has reported for duty at Whidbey Island Naval Air Station, Oak Harbor. Wash. Before entering the sere, ice in August, 1962, Thayer graduated from the University of Puget Sound in Tacoma. Airman (Officer Candidate), USE, Larry B. Reed, son of Mr. and Mrs. Donald A. Reed Sr. of White Salmon, began a six week airborne navigation course April 22 with Training Squadron 29 at the Naval Air Station, Corpus Christi, Tex. Following completion of this course he will attend 15 hours of classroom lectures and re- ceive 80 hours of inflight navi- gation training. Successful com- pletion of the training program leads to designation as a Naval Flight Officer navigation specialist. Construction Mechanic Con- structionman Apprentice Teddy J. Baker, USE, son of Mr. and Mrs. M. F_,. Baker of Dallesport, has reported for duty at the Naval Station, Adak, Alaska. He has been assigned duties with the Public Works Depart- ment. A graduate of Lyle High School, Baker entered the servce in August 1964. OBITUARY CHARLES S. RUTH Charles S. Ruth was born April 30, 1898 to Harman Ruth, and Kathleen Vandergriff Ruth. Crookston, MMinn. He passed away May 19, 1965 at the Klick- itat Valley Hospital in Golden- dale where he had been in serious condition for ten days. He spent his early life near Scobey, Mont. later moving to California. He came to Wash- ington in 1944 where he worked for J. Neils and St. Regis lum- er company for 13 years, from where he retired two years ago. He residede near Khckitat with his wife Drusilla and five'step children. He is survived by his wife; two sisters, Mrs. May Padden, The Dal!es, Mrs. Pearl Carey, Park Rapids, Minn.; one broth- er, Herman Ruth of Rock Gren, Saskatchewan, Canada; four sons in California, and four step-children, Mrs. Dale Graver, Mrs. Howard Watson and Char- les Firch all of Goldendale and Mrs. Carl Rothermel, Seattle; also many nieces and nephews and a host of friends. The funeral service was held under the direction of the Kno- sher Funeral Home May 22, at the Methodist church in Gold- endale, Rev. W. N. Byars offi- ciating. Pallbearers were Ernest Martell, Emmett Monroe, Ro- bert F. Lee, John Meade Sr, Virgil Maupin and Clyde Siden- er. Interment was in the Gold- endaie IOOF cemetery. Conboy development held up for study Following the meetings of the State Game Commission and Game Department Monday and Tuesday, a delegation from Glenwood made the following report of action taken affecting he proposed wildlife refuge at Conboy Lake (Glenwood): "It was move by Clyde Bea- con and seconded by Edson Dew and unanimously carriec that the Director write a letter to the U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service requesting that the pur- c:.ase of the Conboy Game l efuge be held in abeyance pending further investigation by the Fish and Wildlife service and the Department of Game. Such request to be made be cause of three successive meet- ings with landowners in the area involved wherein they protested lack of adequate notice." Present at the meeting Tues- day were Agnes Miller, repre snting Glenwood Grange No. 94 W. M. Davis, H. R. Kuhnhausen Jr., Russel Kreps and Herman Kunhausen. Roosevelt news ,Mr. and Mrs. Verstrate of Yakina were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hughes Sun- day after Sunday School. The Verstrates are affiliated with the American Union Sunday School and visit at Roosevelt several times a year. The week of June 14 has been set for Vacation Bible School at the Roosevelt grade school. There will be classes for all children from four years and up. Teen classes will be held in the evenings. All chil- dren welcome. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Marston and children were in Golden- dale Saturday to pick up their new Ecnoline station wagon. Mr. and Mrs. John Becks and Brett Bailey were in GoId- endale Saturday shopping. Edna Banes reports that her father, Gus SurmL is home in Goldendale after a stay in the Vancouver hospital and he is doing quite well Mr. and Mrs. Otlie Rasmus- son were shopping in Sunny- side Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Leonard and children were in Vancou- ver over the weekend getting their trailer home ready to move into when school is out. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hughes were in The Dalles on Wed- nesday for shopping. Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Becks and granddaughter, Debbie, of Hood River visited with his brother, Jo]hn Beeks and Cyn- thia Becks Monday evening. Mrs. Ben Flip,pin spent sev- eral days Last week in Gear- heart, Ore., at the General Fed- crated Women's Club conven- tion. Louise and Jessie Flippin participated in the band and chorus concert last Thursday evening in Arhngtom Thursday, Mr. and Mrs. Buz Seely and Jamie left for ld- ding and Angel Camp, Calif. Buz will attend some rodeos and Sh_arra will visit with rel- atives. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Goree were in Spray, Ore., over the weekend to attend the rodeo. Mrs. Lorene Seely, Debbie and Darren Goree drove to Goldendale Sunday to visit with Wilbur und take supplies as he is moving the sheep to the Troutlake area. Glen Run- yan returned to Roosevelt with them. Bud Gar:mo stayed last week with Mr. and Mrs. Darrel I-fan- an and stopped in Roosevelt to visit friends before he travels south. LGuise and Jessie Flippin at- tended the Rainbow reception in Arlington for the grand wor- thy advisor, Jane Schroeder. The sixth, seventh and eighth grades of the Roosevelt school made a trip to Yakima Tues- day and visited several places of interest. Parents of the students furnished cars for transporta- tion. to visit the the Merl Mobley relatives at museum Lloyd and Mrs. :attended the Inter- Vancouver lady meets Match held 1. It was spec- from Canada of oxen partiei- Canadians won. the 24th such show me it created much Story said. "It ae of the (good old e used to have to the Horse HOSTESSES May 27, Mrs. Rus- 28, Mrs. CAnt- 29, Kate Eye. 30, Mr. and May 31, Mrs. George June I, Mrs. Harry June 2, Mrs. June 3, Mrs. Ernest Visitors to Klickitat Histori- cal Museum frequently are relatives of pioneer families here, so Bertha Frasier (who with her brother acts as care- taker) was not surprised when a lady asked "Do you have any- thing of my mother's here?" "Was your mother born in Kliekitat?" Bertha countered. "I was born at Glenwood', the visitor replied. "Who were your parents?" Bertha pursued. "The Fred Markgrafs," came the reply. Bertha smiled, "Are you Mildred?" "No, I'm Frances." Bertha clearly had the upper aand as she asked "Do Tou know who I am?" To this the caller answered, "No". When Bertha told her, she exclaimed "Oh, you're my aunt Bertha!" What followed was a reunion after many years. The visitor, Mrs. Orville Mar- tin of Vancouver, said her mother and Bertha's husband were adopted by the Frasier family as children. Later, ex- amining the brand room, she located her grandfather's brand. A 9-year-old boy from Yaki- ma, spying the Grady family Edison cylinder-record phono- graph, shouted "Look, Morn, they've got a phonograph just like the Munsters have!" The William Hornibrooks and Harry Wilsons visited Mrs. Rachel Morehead near Klickitat recently. She is 94 years of age and remembers all the first postoffices around Horseshoe Bend, Wahkiacus and Appleton. She is marking some articles which were her father's, for the museum. Mrs. W. F. Hornibrook was interviewed for a The Dalles radio program last week, giving a plug for the museum. Simcoe Stables win Thm'sday. The Ooldendale  e_$5 record Tyler seis show championship The yearling filly, Simcoe's / Cloud Bars won the champion /.ppaloosa mare class at the In- Gable double inner ternational Horse show recent- W ly held at Oliver B. C. Cloud Bars is sired by Storm Cloud F. Track and field star:; from team was disqualified for file- their senior stallion who also Goldendale, Bickleton, Lyle .,al baton passing. The Iirst two sired Simcoe's Scio, a two-year and Troutlake qualified for the m each event qualified for the old stallion, who placed second :-;rate meet last Saturday tt state meet. in his class. Skipanon, a two- Itighland. Time trials for tim Quarter-mile favorite, Drexel year filly, placed third, s:tate meet will be held at Pull- who has a 51.5 quarter to his Ferry's who established the man Friday with finals Satur- credit this y(:ar, failed to quail- record pric in the mare divi- day. t5' as PoweH. Presser, won the s]on of the 1963 national Appa- Tylm:, Goldendale, threw the one lap race in 52.9. loosa auction have consigned javelin 203-1' feet to establish Score: Highland 73, Presser Cloud Bars and Skipanon to a new district record. Alkire 67, East Valley 62. Goldendale this years sale at Sacramento, placed in second in the high 61, Nache:; 32, Kiona-Benton 30, June 11. Fifty animals have iiump Gable, Biekleton track Biekleton 28, Marquette 26, - been consigned to the national -" star was a double winner, Central Catholic 22, White auction, taking the high hurdles in 16.4 Swan 22, Lyle 20. Mabton 19, Ferry's will exhibit at the and the 180yard low hurdles in Cannel] 10. Granger 9, Trout Open Horse Show, Yakima, 21.5. Lake 3. Kittitas 6, Easton 1, this weekend. Monogan, Lyle, won the 880 1Rivcrview 0. in 2.04.8; Bullock, also of Lyle. 100: Barkes (Pr), Dunham Hartland Homemakers ran the mile in 4:46 to win his ,Na), Hassing (GI), Fox (Uab), spot in the state meet. Hull (WS), Dressel (Gl), 10.'/. end year with tea The Goldendale mile relay 220: Barkes (Pr), Dtmham team, Trotter, Waggoner. GaP (Na), Fox (Mab), Vaiadez (EV), Hartland Homemakers eli- her and Davidson came in first Hassing (G1), Carter (Bi) 22.6 maxed their 1964-65 year with with the time of 3:43.7. The 440: Powell (Pr), Robinson a tea Monday evening, May 17 Timberwolf 880 yard relay (Mar), Dressel (G1), Kandle at the home of Mrs. William (Pr), Wilmoth ,(Hi), Rider Brashers. All local ladies, guests WOLVES COMPETE (Mab) 52.9. and members were sent invita- AT REIYS 880: Monogan (L), Blair (Pr), tions the previous week. Hopkins (Gr), Hinz (EV), Ca- The evening was spent phy- Eisenhower outpointed a doz- steel (Hi), Kearny (Ea) 2:04.8. ing games, drawing for the door en other Yakima Valley high Mile: Bullock ,(L), Loorais prizes and visiting. Winning schools at the Highland relays (CC), Pitcher (Ki), Hoptowit door prizes were Mrs. Dale Tuesday evening to take first (Gr), Buena (EV), Pemyer (Gr) Ray, Mrs. Frank Hickman, Mrs. pI, ace with a total of 45 points. 4:46.0. 2-Mile: Macke (Mar), Pearson Jim Brashers, Lyle, and Mrs. Alkire of Goldendale placed (TL), Harmon (EV), Hendrick- Don Brashers. second in the discus, Hassing son (Pr), Heubner (Hi), Roberts A lovely pink floral spray placed third in the 100 yard (Gr), 10:28.0. cleverly entwined with a moss dash and the Timberwolf 880 120 HH: Gable (Bi), Waters -covered ,choke cherry branch, yard relay team was second, Hi), Williams (Na), Shook made by Mrs. William Brashers, being edged out of first place (Pr), Maxwell (Mar), Olberding adorned by two tall pink can- by Wapato who won the race (Con) 16.4. MH. AND MRS. BILL TROFFER dles decorated the tea table, in 1:36.3. 180 LH: Gable (Bi), Waters Sharing the spotlight with (Hi), Shook (P), Schuler (EV), Rings exchanged at evening ceremony floral spray was a sterling sil- Auction headlines 21.5.Witherell (Hi), McPhee (Na) ver family heirloom coffee serv- Wedding bands were ex- Mr. and Jack Fu]lrmah ice belonging to Mrs. Stanley June 5 events here H J: J. Venemon (Hi), Alkire (GI), Hobbs (Con), Hilliard Krusow, and a cut glass punch (EV), Adams (Hi), Niemi (Hi) changed by Miss Jeanne War- and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ray bowl filled with refreshing pink A well-known Indian artifact 5d0. rener and Bill Troffer at an evening ceremony at the First Meyer and son, Mr. and Mrs. punch. On an accompanying ta- collection headlines the bill of Ld: Valadez (EV), Graff (CC). Baptist Church, Saturday, May D. R. Carroll, Mr. and Mrs. ble were many special desserts goods to be offered at auction Hinman (WS), Rider (Mab), 22. The candlelight service was Ted Carroll, Mr. and Mrs. Gene and candies brought by club in Goldendale next Saturday, Carter (Bi), Olberding (Con) solemnized by Rev. Wilham Ramus, Mrs. A. Mear, Miss E. members who later shared their June 5, according to announce- 20-5 . recipes with those wishing ment made in this issue. Other PV: Adams (Hi), Laid (KB), Brooks. Mr. and Mrs. Roland Mear, and Mr. and Mrs. John them. items include farm and logging Gable (Bi) and Steffens (Gl) Warrener are parents of the bride. Bill is the son of Mr. J. Smith, all of Yakima; Mr. Club members were co-host- tools, carpenter and mechanic tied, Cook (EV), Hernandez and Mrs. Frank Troffer. and Mrs. John Head and ram- esses for the tea and many tools, electric drills, hand tools, (Gr) 12-. Preceding the ceremony, can- ily, Seattle, and Mrs. Mearl suggested it be a yearly tradi- camping gear, re e k h o u n d Shot: Johnson (KB), Lambert dles were lighted by Steve Kershaw of Selah. tion of the club as all had a equipment, including an agate (Hi), (Mar), Frye (EV), Feeley and Lawrence Warren- very enjoyable evening, polisher and petrified wood. Rios (Gr), B. Venemon (Hi) er. Twila Kelley sang "Oh , : , at | Household goods are included. 53-1%. - " Auctioneer Norm Evans, who Discus: Frye (EV), Johnson Promise Me" and "Because," Problems of aging resides inGoldendaleandisa (KB,, Alkire(Gl), Contreras accompanied by Mrs. Lowell partner in Goldendale Distrb- (EV), Lambert (Hi), Blair (Pr), Erland t the organ, uting Co. (formerly Theme ]46-1. The bride, given in znarriage al ssed Monday Dist. Co.,, is a graduafe of the Javelin:Tyler(Gl,,Hiteheoek by herfather, chose a gown of I*SC u Missouri Auction School. He (WS),RiggleCHi),Milland(Gr,, white satin with an alecon lace has owned and operated an McKinnon (CC), Lambert (Hi) bodice and panel in the sheath auction house at Lostine, Ore. 203-1 (District Record). style skirt which featured a Don Scofield will be clerk of 880 Relay: Presser (PowelL chapel train. She wore a pearl Problems of the aging seg- lege-age people, 'thought old the sale. Shook, Kandle, Barkes), Naehes necklace, a gift from the groom, ment of Wshington's popula- people 'are all sick' nd 'should Food will be available at the White Swan, Central Catholic, Her fingertip veil vcas held in tion were discussed officially be in institutions'." sale, which starts at 9 a.m. Highland, Mabton (Goldendale place by a crown d seed pearls for the first time in Golden- Dr. Sutch referred to Ken- disqualified) 1:36:3. and she carried a lovely bou- dale Monday afternoon. T h e rad Adcnauer, Winston Church- LOUISE FLIPPIN IS Mile Relay: Goldendale (Gar- ARLINGTON HIGH ner, Davidson, Trotter, Wag- qUet of white feathered carna- conference, at the courthouse ill and others whose minds re- SAff.,UTATORIAN goner), East Valley, Highland, tions centered with a white or- meeting room, was attended by mained very active in older chid. about 18 persons, age. One elderly English lady, Louise Flippin, daughter of Kiona-Benton, Granger, Naches the Ben Flippins at Roosevelt, 3:43.7. August JackeL local chair- he said, had a body crippled so will give the salutatory address Miss Mary Warrener, sister man, acted as master of cere- badly by arthritis she cotdd :t Arlington High School cam- of the Bride, was maid of hen- | I IH monies, introducing Rev. Char- hardly get about. "But her mind mencement June 4. With a four- 4P"V r "" or. She was attired in a street les Davenport of Grandview, didn't have any arthritis in it," year GPA of 3.'58, she is second length dress of green satin bro- Frank Robinson of Riehland, he said. in her class, behind Sue Wheel- SHOP AT | cade, with matching headress Dr. G. Clarles Sutch of Rich- It may have beenspeakersthatwerethe an.huse of Olex, Ore., valedictori- $ T -exa Vickieand shoeS.MarriottBridesmaidS,and $/Iiss DianeMiSs land, and Mrs. Alva S. Terry doctor and other Kastl Morgan of Portland, wore iden- of Walla Wallm The latter is talking about problems which Louise has been a member of tical dresses of pink satin bro- area consultant, and the others are tittle understood here. Cer- the honor society at Arlington The only station in cade with matching acceories- are members of the Governor's tainly, Dr. Sutch ws speaking and the pep club; she is stu- All attendants carried" nose- Council on Aging. Also pres- of problems common in some dent body secretary and was Goldendale that has gays of white carnations. ent and speaking briefly was regions, with which he is a- this year's homecoming queen. Leland Zink, administrator for miliar, which exist mostly in She also has been active in All-Night Service Jim Trevie cted as best man Klickitat nd Skamania, the theory in this county. However, Rainbow at Arlington. She has and groomsmen were Jim War- department of welfare, listeners did ecognize the been accompanist for the high H Stamps rener and Bill Warrener, broth- The Governor's Council on problem as being applicable school chorus for four years, S & Green ers of the bride Aging was first established by here to some degree, which and substitute organist at Ar- lington Methodist Church dur- Two hoists to serve the Guests were seated by Fred Governor Langley in 1955, it could increase as time goes by. ing the last two summers. Teseh, brether-in-law of the was explained. Since then it groom, and Vaughn LovelL has been continued, on a van- Local persons who recognize In making the announcement, public better, About 150 attended the wed- untary basis, by the incumbent the problems of aging were Superintendent Norman Welch urged to cmatact Jacket, that said Louise has "carried a very Drioe in for 8erOice cling, governors. However, it now has they may be kept informed of tough schedule, and should be Gifts were received by Kathy official status as a creation of the subject, well prepared for college. She We check and double and Candy Tesch, assisted by the legislature and will func- plans to enter Linfield College Cindy Garner and Sharon Ha- tion in that capacity after July next fall. check your zen. Ruth Warrener and 1to- 1. berta Riches were in charge Purpose of the meeting was , i Ol - ](lttl of the guest book. to acquaint people here with GOOD SALEMANSHIP Takes Radiator . Windshield For her daughter's wedding, the work of the council, and to Fair Dealings, Honest Values, Mrs. Warrener chose a pink get pecple to thinking about Good Service, and Willingness Fart Belt- Wiper Blades knit suit with matching acces- the problems of old age; for as to Stand Behind Your Merchan- Radiator Cap and series. Mrs. Traffer wore a Mr. Robinson pointed out, ']ou disc! See ROY LUNDBERG. blue and white jacketdress and can't depend on dying" the your direct salesman in this Batterg Cables hat with white accessories. ainute you reach old age, so area for the past 25 years! ft. R. Both imothers wore orchid car-people must start in middle life wa oduo Kapp Sh", [KASTL S  / sages, to prepare for old age. "We Utah Woolen Mills, Hoover Uni- Following the ceremony a re- must educate people of 40, 50 forms, IVL Born StricflF Tailored ception was held in the church and 55, to get started in plan- Suils, and NoveLtl v 8pecialfl of li Ti:XACO kP00]ll parlors. Mrs. Verna Tesch, sis- ning for their r e t i r e m e n t all kindsl ter of the groom, cut the four Years," he said. No two leaves are Goldendaie Phone 3-4382 tiered wedding cake, assisted More and more each year, we exactly alike]"  , ,, ,,,,,,,,,i by Mrs. Frieda Head of Seattle. are faced with retired persons Pouring was Mrs. Helen Hazen who are bored by inactivity, of La Center, and Mrs. chris who have a wealth of aceumu- Winders of Battle Ground, lated knowledge which could PUBLIC AUCTIO-N both aunts of the bride. Miss be used, who may have pro- Elsie I-Iazen, cousin of the bride vided what they t h o u g h t served the punch, were ample funds, but find For her going away eostmne, their fixed incomes shrinking ". Mrs-Trfferwreaturquise every day' l:bhlsn said in SATURDAY JUNE 5th ribbon crotched suit with white summing up some foremost ccessories. Her corsage was the white orchid from her problems of the aging. bridal bouquet. Dr. Sutch, a practicing psy- BEGINS 9:00 A.M. SHARP After a short wedding trip chiatrist in the Tri-City area, to Seattle, the newlyweds will described the symptoms and make their home in Golden, condition of the senile and the Old Bob Shafer Residence -- 712 N. Columbus dale. The bride is employed at physically br0ken-down. Such OK Tread Rubber plant and results need not be accepted as the groom is employed by inevitable, he suggested; but in LOGGING EQUIPMENT FARM EQUIPMENT White, Ott, Atwater Construc- early years preparations must tion Company, Roosevelt. Both be made, so that old age may MECHANICS' TOOLS CARPENTER TOOLS are graduates of Goldendale be approached with hobbies High School, class of 1963. and interests developed which WOODWORKING EQUIPMENT HOUSEHOLD GOODS out of town guests attend- may sustain the aging individ- ing the affair were Mr. and ual after retirement. ROCK HOUND EQUIPMENT inclading AGATE POLISHER Mrs. J. A. Brown, Ridgefield, "It is not enough to merely grandparents of the bride; Mr. exist in this harvest time of DEEP WELL PUMP (Brand New) and Mrs. Harvey Hazen and life," he declared. "It is our INDIAN ARTIFACTS Sharon of La Center; Miss El- hope that they may acquire sie Hazen of Pullman; Mr. and sufficient orientation that they Mrs. Stan Winders, Gene and can really live . . . and enjoy --- Other Articles Too Numerous to Mention Gerald of Battle Ground; Mr. the extended life medical and Mrs. Virgil Mason, Salem, knowledge now kes p0s- DON'T MISS IT BARGAINS ORE! Ore.; Mr. and Mrs. Earl Dett- sible." ,=- loft, Wcodland; Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Terry commented that Don Martin, and Mr. and Mrs, she had been appalled at the NORM EVANS, Auctioneer DON SCOFIELD, Clerk Robert Aschoff of Amboy; Mr. attitude of youth. "Over half," Ken Linberg of Battle Ground; she referred to a study of col- J