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MISS KLICKITAT DAYS SPECIAL FRIDAY - - SATURDAY OPEN UNTIL 9 P.M. FRIDAY NEW! THE MOST COMFORTABLE, LIGHTWEIGHT CASUALS EVER MADE FOR ALL-DAY WEAR Step lively through marketing and housework in new Hush Puppies. They breathe with your every step, and are specially "Hell-Cat" tanned to brush up like new, and to resist water, too. With crepe sole, steel shank support. A delightful selection of fashion-right colors. Girls&apos; and women's sizes. " BREATHIN' BRUSHED PIGSKIN CASUAL SHOES ........ BY WOLVERINE One Group Broken Sizes 95 Exclusive at L00s" See Miss Klickitat Countg Pageant 10 The Goldendale Sentinel Thursday, May 27, 1965 State 4-H conference schedule released Early in June, the homes of many Klickitat county 4-H members will be bustling with activity. The cause of all the excite- ment is a trip to Washington State University and State 4-H Conference, Ken Migchelbrink, county Extension agent, ex- plains. Arriving in Pullman by car. bus and train on June 14. Klickitat County 4-Her's will join about 800 4-H boys and girls of high school age from throughout the state. The dele- gates then look forward to five days of education, fun and fel- lowship. The conference program. 1his year, will give top atten- hen to citizenship training. Four 4-H activities, projects. vnd meetings will be explored as laboratories for the develop- ment of good citizenship. Conference delegates m a y turn their attention to different phases of citizenship through the interest groups each day. They may choose an interest group in community service. government, e c o n o m ics and business, program planning or group development. Selecting a career, will be in the spotlight for many confer- (.nee delegates. They will re- ceive guidance from trained vo- cational counselors. A new class this year deal: with emergency preparedness The 4-H members choosing this class will learn life saving techniques in case of suffoca- tion or drowning. They will also visit a stocked fallout shel- ter and the WSU nuclear re- actor. Leadership. recreation and personal development are also emphasized in classes and activities through the" week. A boy and girl from each county will serve as county representatives. They conduct daily evaluation seions with their county delegation. Other delegates will serve as masters of ceremonies for the evening programs, song leaders,, and dining room monitors. The list of activities for the week are enough to tire even the young. Migchelbrink concludes. Campus tours, evening assem- blies, a talent parade, group singing, the annual candlelight- ing ceremony and a chance to participate in individual and team sports, are part of the agenda. To be eligible to attend state 4-H conference, a delegate must have completed the ninth grade and one year of 4-H club work. There will be an ori_mta- tion meeting for all delegates who plan to attend state 4-H conference,this year. It will,be held in the sour{ house meeting room at Goldendale. May 24, starting at 8 p.m. Also included. will be a film, "This Is WSU" to better acquaint delegates with the campus. SHOP FRIDAY AND SATURDAY nnet/I ALWAYS FIRST QUALITY SHOP TILL 9 P. M. FRIDAY NIGHT GIRLS' DENIM STRETCH 88 PANTS 44 3 lo Sx 7 to 14 Navy blue, in cotton and nylon blend. Ideal for summer play. Girls" KNIT SHIRTS 77 Stripes and solids in many , colon. Sius 3 to 14. Girls" Better BLOUSES I n All from better stock. Prmts, plah Most s., 41o14. MEN'S COTTON SWEAT SHIRTS Long sleeve, cotton fleece, lined. Red, white, navy, grey. Sizes S, M, L. Men*8 Chambray SHIRTS Long sleeve, blue work shir Sizes 14V2  17. Men's White SHIRTS Buton down collar. Oxford weave. Wash "n Wear. OTHERS ........ 2.98 POLKA - DOT BATH TOWELS Hand Towels 2 for 66c Wash Cloth 4 for 66c Pink, beige, yellow, green, contrasting dots. I Novelty BATH MATS 88 Foam back, sczeen prisd Terry. Bound edges, Machine wdbalble. Rayon Blend BLANKETS 399 Ideal for camping or picnics. Nice for beds,  72x90. WOMEN'S HOUSE DRESSES 44 Cotton prints and synthetic blends. Misses' and half sizes. All reduced from better stocks. Men's Work SHOES 688 6" ad 8" top, all reduced from regulmr stock. Most sizes. Men's Sport PANTS 299 Cotlon and fortrel blend. Easy care. o'rItRS ........ 3.88 C'roonro00il AC RSS l State 5 Tenting" place 9 ('ompatiio IZ Va.Te} I', let t stand 1; MaJe ttbe* ;  ' ,: b,ad 2" i .::,.rgar'ment 21  "2 . : 11! (;r2o 2 H :..,i r(w; -- 2,{ <::ft..ted " {e." P,<.' , ' e: :;-, i,-I period of ,> 27 A' ':sv ! i.mp,,t-ar ' ::lon i ' ::vpler f -hh,. , ' Ph,san 7_ P!a! dlgt L r \\; ; , C." 7, i ",zrt.al plant 5: -' c uljL/nctlon ', , :lamander 37 "':, o / ,th DOWN : P::I notlet 4 [.argo tub L. ft::;g" device 4 'dJ i  t" ] r&w ' lh mc veLic!e ', }";s sauce ,,,n,,rn n&ttoa ;: .' (d Ule ' P.,!'s.aa fairy I, ';:,,, oider 1 l 3T,-: bearm@ 17 ,. ,Lt n - ':".f'4 19: All oven 21. Small quarre: 22.. Serving lm + ObserVan, G re*, h,zte. hui|dmg 3+i, Girl's n, ' cx.::, 33. Ctrcl X8 A sh:,d, ,,, H:Q .,,. 4<) ,M::d ,)f , ::'- 43 B!ac; to 45 F i)ze D rltl 4P OhLail 51 Printing rh. ,-,:-t> '" + f t " i "tz'r'' Solution to this puzzle wilt be found on Pae 15 t -- + + |:I =+ + ..... "} " It' ' , i HOSPITAL NEWS May 4, Adm.: Sally Payne and baby boy, Kenneth Belden, Grover Riley. John Burke. city: Ma- Benton. Caress: Duane Clark. Diane Clark. Glenwood. Dis.: Marian Tourviel!e. Karen Turner, Allan Bryan. Elaine Parr. Elizabeth Smith. Shiela Foster. city: Donna Sehafer. Roosevelt: Craig Olson, Center vitle. May 5, Adm.: Earnest Lin- oln, Parker: Madeline John- son, Klickitat: Linda Jagger. city. Dis.: Angela Sanders, Judy Sargent. Paula Freeman and baby girl. Bea Mesecher. city: Mary Benton. Camas: Davie Deckard. Bingen. May 6, Adm.: Isabel Stone- wall. Kenneth Caton. city: Ver- onica Wesley. Alice Clarence. Klickitat. Dis.: Earnest Lin- coln. Parker: Diane Clark, Glenwood: Mary Ann Watkins. Linda Shamek and baby boy. Maw Lou Brokaw, John Burke. city. May 7, Adm.: Vera Wilkins, Elizabeth Smith, Betty Cahill, Marjorie K. Jackson, Linda Richardson, city; Alberta Mc- Neal, White Salmon. Dis.: Ken- eth Caton, Sally Payne and baby boy, city: Nat Kayser. Centerville. May 8, Adm.: None. Dis.: 2udy Mitchell, Virginia Mc- Guire. Vera Wilkins. Grovcr Riley. city: Henry McDonald. Harrah: Guv Long. Wahkiaeus. May 9, Adm.: Charles Ruth, t, Wahkiacus. Dis.: Hazel Garvie. +Lhd Riehardson. City: Alice Clarence. Klickitat Dwayne Clark. Glenwood. May 10, Adm.: Oliva Bayman, city. Dis.: Kenneth Beldon. Dorothy Lind. Elizabeth Smith, city: Veronica Wesley. Klick- itat: Linda Jagger. city. May ll--Adm.: LazTy Good- win. Donna Olson. Goldendale: David Ambrose. G!enwood. Dis.: Minnie Anderson, Center- vilIe: Olivia Bayman, Golden- dale. May 12--Adm.: John Bm'ke, Florence Markee, Goldendale. Dis.: Isabel Stonewall, Golden- de:e: Madeline Johnson, Klick- tat: David Abrose. Glenwood. May 13 -- Adm.: John Hun- gate. Vancouver: Oscar Looney, Klickitat: Roy Carrizal. Maw- hill. Dis.: Donna OLsen, Betty Cahill. Goldendale. May 14 -- Adm.: Linda En- yeart. Lawrence Ingraham, Olive Maurer, GoldendMe: Ju- lius Bernard. Yakima: Irene Slockish. Wahkiaeus. Dis.: John Burke, Goldendale; Roy Carri- zal. Mar,vhilh John Hungate, Vancouver. May 15--Adm.: Patty Nich- ols, Wishram: Karen Presser, Glenwood. Dis.: Florence Mar- kee, Kay Jackson. Goldendale. May 16--Adm.: Jack Jackson. Florine Ford. Ben Dunn. Gold- endale: Mark Shaw, Wheeler. Ore.; Adelaide Andrew, Glen- wood. Dis.: Larry Gowin, G-oldendale: Alberta McNeal. White Salmon: Julius Bernard, Yakima. May 17 -- Adm.: Elizabeth Dean. Sharon Southard, Shir- ley Jo Ford. Goldendale: Lois Howe. White Salmon. Dis.: A1- lie Besst. Shirley Jo Ford, Shar- on Southard. Goldendale. Fifteen per cent of U. S. farm production goes to export mar- kets, compared with eight per cent for industrial output. Brothers visit Bickleton seeking family history By Chloe Wlling BICKLETON-- Last Friday three Emigh brothers were here to gather information of their ancestors for their history and ecords. (The Emigh family who came to the Alder Creek vrea in 1880). They were Charles Morgan Emigh of Tacoma, Ralph M. and Arthur Ward Emigh of Vqalla Walla. son of the late Ward Emigh. a Bickleton pio- ricer. With Jimmy Shotwell, as their guide, the)- visited a num- ber of places which were of :r.terest to tiem. Included were i}-o t+,vr cem.,:tcrles. At the Old 2: E Cemele:-y they took a T'Cklre o!' *_n(? tombstune where :;tn. !he voting wife of their uncle Jarv e F m ! h. was buried. She died "Jay 9, 1881. Their Grandmother Harriet Emigh, with Herbert Clark. Samuel Flower and Robert Graham organ:,zed the first Sunday School at Bickleton which iater developed into a Methodist Church, That church , now part of the H. O. Wilson Company store so they took a picture of the front part, which was the old church. They drove via the Elmer Nelsen home +o view ",he part f the iwuse which their uncle garve En=igh built an/ where hc and his young bmde lived until her untimely deati. Ti:ey calh'd at h,,mes of several !o:a] fanziies, among :i-.em the N. F. ,McCredys (who ,,vc:.e n,t at h++me and Mrs. Ci:loe Walling. to look over some c,,]d ,":cords ani pictures v.hich were cf interest and to :v:ake cupies of same before leaving for \\;Va'.la Wa,a that t vailing. FOR SALE: S18 dry cleaning for on13 S4.95. You may be cal!ed. Nu-Way Cleaners. adv193-- Happg Home by ex p, ma Hilmer Erickson and Randall went lake Tuesday but it was when the fish weren't good. Ray Randall was home Yakima College over the end. Mr. and Mrs. Ah'in motored to Elgin weekend and visited end Mrs. Walter Arthur Maattson. They ed home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Otis and mother. Mary Goldendate were visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Randall. Richard Randall of vr and, his college v,-ere callers at the AlV (a!is Sunday. Whether youngs mechanically or clined . . . from the city . . . 4-H has them. More than 30 programs are geared and girls between 9 years old. L. D. EWING District Agent Grange Life Where the profits axe 100', Mutual Legal Company. Financial security fat and your loved ones 1 Accident, Hospital protection plans fit your needs. Telephone 365-231 LYLE. WASI-I. M ISS KLICKITAT DAY BARGAINS Metal DUST ICE CUBE TRAYS 19 TEFLON FRY PANS .... OPEN FRIDAY NIGHT - CLOSED Western Auto See Miss Klickitat County Pageant Saturday, 8 p.m. JOIN THE FUNeBIG SAVINGS ALWAYS RRST QUALITY CHARGE IT NOW AT PENNEY'S FRIDAY NITE ONLY WOMEN'S NYLONS for From 6 to 9 p.m. -- Seamless hose, Save more! 8J/_, to 11. 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