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8 'i Geldendele Sentinel Thursday, May 27, 1965 Klkitat Ne bz 1 Virgil Maupia The Relief Society of the Church of Jesus Christ of Lat- ter Day Saints is having a food and rtmunage sale and a gift bazaar sale today, Thursday, May 27 in E.B.'s buildings next to the post office. The sales start at 10 a.m. From Ponca City, Okla., came word of the birth of a daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Leon Robinsom Mrs. Robinson is the former Jo Harn and lived here with her parents for a short time before her marriage. The new grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Robert Childers. Mrs. Alvin Medford and Mrs. R. A. Petre entertained the senior class at a pizza party at the Medford home last Thurs- day evening. Mrs. Robert Childers return- ed last Saturday from Baker, Ore, where she had been visit- ing for a week. On her return home she found her brother Bernard Adkins and her ne- phew Kerry Adkins of Union, Ore, here visiting at the Chil- tiers home. The men returned to  home Sunday. Mrs. Mabel Sample of Van- couv  a guest of her brother and roster-in-law Mr. and Mrs. John Meads this week. Mrs. Samples granddaughter, Diane Wito drove her up and re- turned home the same day. The community was sadden- ed to hear of the passing of Charles Ruth last Wednesday recessional were played by Mrs Melvin Orcutt. The invocation was given by Alvin Medford and Eddie Medford, a member of the senior class, sang "Great L; Thy Faithfulness." Several cther hymns were sung by those in attendance and the church choir sang a praise carol. A reception was held at the close of the servce at the Baptist church with Mrs. Harry Robinson and Mrs, Melvin Orcutt in charge. Ten members of the Mt. View Camp. Royal Neighbors of America, attended the 39th annual Columbia River district convention in Vancouver at the Minnehaha Grange hall last Friday. Besides the school of instruction on ritualist work of the lodge conducted by state supervisor, Christene Porter, aided by district deputies Allie Laulainen and Edna Mac An- derson, a memorial service for departed members was con- ducted by a camp from Long- view and various awards were passed out during the afternoon and evening sessions. Mayor Rudy Luepke of Vancouver ex- tended a formal welcome to those in attendance and a camp from Castle Rock gave the response. Entertainment provided by various camps highlighted the evening sessions after a 6 p.m. Enrollments due for 4-H conference The program and plans for the state 4-H Conference were oiscussed at an orientation meeting conducted by county agent, Ken Migche!brink , May 28. The plans include classes on cttizenship, selecting a career, emergency preparedness, com- munity service, government economics and business, pro- gram planning and group devel- opment. Other activities include evening programs, tours, a tal- ent parade and the annual candle lighting ceremony. 4-H members who plan to at- tend the conference must have their enrollment card filled out and in the county office by Fri- day of this week, according to Migchelbrink. b a n q u et. The entertainment included the Columbian Barber Shop Chorus. a well trained group that delighted all who were privileged to hear them. Attending the convention horn Klickitat were Mrs. Dick Norton, who served as the District Grace, Mrs. John Ro- berts. Mrs. John Meads, Mrs. Alvin Medford and Mrs. Vic Marlow, who served as Dis- trict Vice-Oracle; Mrs. Ora Cooper, Mrs. Jack Meads, Mrs. Art Bacci and Mrs. Ray Shurtz who came down from her home in Appleton to attend with the Klickitat group. Rock Creek Beavers see demonstration Jackie Morris, relrler The Rock Creek Beavers 4-H club met Saturday afternoon at the Morris home at Sundale. Liz Morris, vice president, pre- sided at the meeting and Linda Goddard was secretary pro tern. Kathy Goddard and Rusty Wheelhouse led the flag pledges and then the club sang songs. Seven members and one leader auswered roll. It was announced that Jackie Morris plans to attend club conference at Pullman next month. The members are going to make signs next month. The leader will get the materials for us. A letter to the Cehtral Klickitat County Livestock club was written, thanking them for the party they gave. Rich Wheelhouse, Keith and Liz Morris attended. Leader, Dick Wheelhouse took them down. Liz gave a demonstration on her entomology project "How to mount a moth" and told us how to make a kill jar. After the meeting Liz se:'ed refreshments. Demonstrations will be given by Kathy and Jackie next month and Kathy will also serve. Simcoe Manor nvws b, Ma,. r Mrs. Louise Mesecher, niece of Charles Marsh, is often seen around the Manor, last week she brought three packets of the Fad of the Month for our folks to put together. She often takes Charles Marsh out for rides and visits which.,,he en- joys very much. '-. The FFA hanowed "bur garden spot for us. Freddie Wilkins drove the tractor and did a splendid job. We felt very tortunate to have this help. El- don Cassell has been anxious ',o start his p:anting. Andy McCrae !eft us May 8 o go back to he ranch where his brother and sister-in-law, David and Mickey McRae will care for him. An:fly and Mizkey came in just about every day for a visit with Ida Wade. Mrs. William McClenathan, Maryhill. brought some beauti- ful snowballs in for Mrs. Clara Wright. and with Clara's sug- :estion set them at the nurses :ation where eyeD'one could enjoy them. Saturday. the Dig and Dream CIub of Goldendale presented each individual a miniature vase of garden flowers, the the lovely scent of lilacs permeated the building. Sunday, Mrs. Ted Arnold decorated the nurses station with many different varieties (:f iris, these look lovely and last so well. Saturday, Martin Davis visit- ed on crutches. Davis made many friends while a patient here. The employees and resi- dents at the Manor knowing something of Martin's hard- ships presented him with a grocery shower. Mrs. Bessie Chamberlain left us Saturday to visit her son and daughter-in-law Vernon and Phoebe Chamberlain at their home in Colville. Mrs. Chamberlain plans to spend the summer there. Patty and Carol Williams v:ere back Saturday to sham- poo and curl our ladies hair. This act of kindness is appreci- ated so much by sweet resi- dents here. Western music is often play- e4 here on Friday evenings, everyone enjoys this music so much. Those donating their time and ability for the happy enjoyment of our good folks are Max Maurer, William Mc- Clenathan and Waiter Story, and others whose names I do not have. Mrs. Ruth McCardell has ac- cepted the position of director of nurses at the Manor, since Mrs. Lois Howe left us last week. *- 1",,tE Ct,lkPIIPlall, 19r111'1" W6 IDa. Salvation Army organized 100 years The Salvation Army is cele- brating its Centenial year ac- cording to Don Kemp, chairman ot the local Salvation Army ex- tension committee who stated that it was 100 years ago that General William Booth started an organization dedicated to helping people. Accordng to Kemp, the SaP ration Army is truly a "Feder- ation of Services" and worthy of the citizens continued sup- port. Local Salvation Army Service unit members are Don Kemp. chairman; Daryl Spalding. trea- surer: Lucille Schultz. welfare MAY 15th FIRE No fires were Glenwood of Natural first half of May the bi-weekly repot! agency. Ten fires coveri were reported on of the mountains same period. A have been reported ' side since the start Read the CHRIST THE LUTHERAN LCA) meets secretary; Mrs. Otis Branton. Masonic Temple. Mrs. Lorene Seely, Mrs. H. O. Sunday Church Willson. Carl Chudek and i):vme worsmp James Taylor. ,.V,n I. Brooks, FRIDAY SATURDAY BILLFOLDS ................ $4.95--NoW LADIES' HATS .......... $2.98NoW SILK SKIN GIRDLES _ _ $5.95Now FLANNEL ROBES ....... $6.98--NoW MARGE'S JEWELRY OPEN UNTIL 9 P.M. FRIDAY ,of a heart attack. He had been hospitalized the previous week with a heart ailment but was scheduled to return to his home on Tuesday when he again be- came ill. Mr. Ruth was em- lxloyed by the company here his retirement a couple years ago. He and Mrs. Ruth ,had been making their home near Brooks Park the past year. Sympathy is extended to Mrs. RU and the family. ]iLr. and Mrs. John Vining came up from Prineville Fri- day night to spend the week- end at home with her parents, M. and Mrs. John Bonus and at the home of the Ben Nieme- las. They plan on returning this weekend to attend gradua- tioL MrL Robert White of Payette, lita., was here to attend the wedding of her daughter, Karen Dirksen to Douglas McGaughey Saturday at Grace Luthern church. Mrs. David Bowers and daughter, Lela, are guests at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Bonus this week whale Mr. Bowers is on a fish- ing trip in Canada. Mrs. Dick Norton and Karen of Portland came up with Mrs. Bowers and visited at the home of her mother, Mrs. Ben Niemela un- til Sunday when she returned by bus from The Dalles. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Green. field of Portland recently an- nounced the arrival of a daugh- ter. This is the tenth grand- child for Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Greenield of Kllckitat. Mr. and Mrs. Leland Dow and Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Ste-j vena and children took their: vacation trailers into Portland over the weekend and attended the Trailer and Home Show at the Memorial Coliseum Satur- day and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Bales and son Joe were also there Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. John Maupin aad Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Maupin attended the flreman's dinner in Lyle Sunday afternoon. Mr. Mrs. Albert Lundin were in attendance. Graduation day for the 12 seniors at Klickitat High School be Friday, May 28 at 8 p.m. the gym. There will be no formal graduation ceremonies for the eigth grade in Klickitat this year. e ee Meet The Community Betterment Committee met at the Norman Elsner home Friday, May 21 with President Donald Dinger in charge. He reported that er recreation plans were already underway and that some organizations have al- ready sent in their donations. These donations are to be matched by St. Regis-& Neils Division and all funds are to be used for the summer recreation program. Appointed to the recreation committee were Kenneth Donald Dinger, John Bales, Donna Gilliam, Viola Eisner and Betty Richardson. It was decided that insurance would be purchased for the summer ball teams and the pos- sibility of finding some type of Safeway Will Be Closed Monda, Oh happy day! SAFIEWAY'I featuring WATERMELONS Red-Ripe and Juicy Sweet All at One Low Price! Apples Radishes Lemons Each Winesaps, Firm, cdsp Tender, Young FRYERS Manor House USDA Grade "A" lb. 7 ,b. 00.00 Leaf Lefluce 2 ,o. 35c Chuck $1eak 0.A ,004k BeefR0ast USDA Chc. lb. 59c lor aJ Flavor for Salads 3 bun. 25C Swe and ea. Spe Cucumberss.,00,00 =0c ncerSteaks ,, JO Cross-Rib ,.,, Boneless Roast c,o,c. 4 'o* CherryTomaloes GroundChuck reat for Lemonade .... -. . Fresh lb. 5k Norbest HenTurkeys 39c FANCY CORN .... SKINLESS FRANKS LUNCHEON MEATS .... 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The processional andlift, Ib Ooks " 7@ L,,in Regular or 11 oz. Local and Long Distance numinsandaean Isag A 4r MON AgE Salad Dress=ng" 45 M 0 VIN6 C O F F ' E S .0. 10 "0-" and STORAGE, Creamy Fresh Quart = to, Hills Instant . 99  $1 m .. BEL,AIR FROZEN FOODS Nm-th Amertcaa Van Lines Oregon - Idaho Californi Mon.tlu SAND, GRAVEL AND RED SHALE Phone 773-4661 D. M. Layman, Inc. Goldendale, Wash. t II Safeway Instant " 93 ,o.. s 14s EDWARDS MIX 'EM OR MATCH 'EM : , i!  4b. :n 67c 2-b. can 1.34 - "n" '"'"'" "" " 2 49 Sliced), Fordhook or Baby Lima,, R. Broccofl Spears, Ilmllels Spreq. pkgs. HILLS BROS. YOUR CHOICE l-lb. can G9c ,..., c.- ,.0. M;zed Vegeobles 2-1b. co. 1.38 ,o o,. p,. 88 Prices effective Thursday, May 27 through Friday, May 29 at Safeway in Goldendale * Come Goldend for Miss Klkkitat Coung Pagean