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May 27, 1965

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SING nt Co. Your DEERE dealer Also Offers -- FRlVl HAND IACttlNERY SWATHERS BALE PILER LOADER BLOWER AND MP WAGONS ACETYLENE amt All SUPPLIES SSING nt Co. ghWay 97 South - Wash. I-WAY COMMERCIAL TERRENCE ATKINS receiving the senior aLhletic scholaz- ship from Harold Oxwarg, principal of Goldendale High School aI the recenl all school athletic banquet sponsored by the Goldendale Chamber of Commerce. NEW ARRIVAL Mr. and Mls. A1 Greenfield. M i 1 w a u kie, Ore., announced the birth of Jana Dee born on t):e birthday ef her mother, Parbara June VanDeVanter. .&apos;,Jay 4. She joins a brother Van nd two sisters:, Dara Lynn and .;odi Lee. The new arrival eighed in at seven pounds and i 19 inches long. .",laternal ,randparents are Mr. and Mrs. AI Jacroux, Gold- ndaie. an5 patelna! grandpar- ,: are Mr and Mrs. E. L. (;;enfield of Klickitat. TRUCK TIRE wear; traction off- road. Husky ny- body can take abuse day-in, day-out service, mt 6-ply rating .... . 17 aS IE0.16--6.ply rating ..... 18 Ira* ?.09-15--6-ply rating ..... 21"* qles excise tax. JOB SERVICE ANNOUNCED Jerry's Chevron Station has announced a bulletin board job- placement service now in oper- ation at the sfaation. The ser- vice is free to employers who seek seasonal help from high school or college youth. At the same time, students seeking emolovment are invit- ed to list their names and quali- fications on the bulletin board a available for k'ork. The idea i Jerry's. It is in- tended as a 2ree ser-ice to the public, on a purely "exchange o'. information" basis. Troutlake News By  Loui Wrigl Margaret Caste is in the Providence Hospital in Port- icnd recuperating from surgery. She ;s doing as well as can re expected FAE Socmtv of American t-'oe.try held their annual din- rer m ttood River Saturday at t}<e A]pme Hut. Several cou p;: attendc.d. Ha.',)ld Fisher wa home (.v,:r [be w(ekenq with hi,; :: :niij" Men aria] -.r\\;uees will re ht-ld Saturday at II at the f:'oul [,ake ( emeterv oy th(, Auxiliary Umt of the American i egion with the Boy Sv)uts ;,.sisting. Baccalaureate s/trvices were :c!d Sunday at the Mt. Adams I-i;ptist Church with Reverend Ray Miller giving the servJce. Cranduation exercises will be Thursday evemng. Mrs. Delbert Schmid and Heidi went to The Dalles Satur- day and visited with Milhes .nster, Mrs. Ben Smith Eava Sehmid and Maylee Gruen of White Salmon went t,, Hoquiam Saturday to help install the Emblem Club new members. They came home Sunday. Tuesday evening Marge Ful- ler and Bonnie Seesholtz held a coffee hour honoring Marge McMullen and Janette Den- b!inger. Each was presented v:ith a robe Assisting hostesses v.ere Delore Todd and Cleo Stamey. BUY 1st RIVERSIDE RAINBOW OFFICERS fcr the summer term, recently installed at an open installation meet- ing in the Masonic Temple. 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STEREO, POBTABLE 59" og I 19" PORTABLE "IV 139" I CONSOLE STEREO WITH AM and FM PADIO ' 178" " sPEAKERS 209.95 8-TRANSISTOR LEATHER CASE NO MONEY DOWN 1500 BTU AIR CONDITIONER Reg. 6 TRANSISTOR RADIOS 78 s TRANSISTOR TABLE P, JDIO 14" Reg. 21.95 CHARGE IT .Cooler 89 1 EvaP ................................................ P-Pump 54.88 p with Tank 99.88 Tank 17.88 Tank 49.88 Coil 1 Plastic Pipe 8.99 LOW, UGHTWBGHT SIGNATURE CLEANER 29 oo Vacuum 7 Attachments Toe Tap-on Switch Use handy disposable bags The Goldendale Sentinel 13 Thursday, May 27, 1965 2 only 26800 Glenwood News by Kazan Pross A ladies' softball team is being organized and those in- terested are asked to contact .rs. Sylvia Holly. 2he Homemakers met Tues- (.ay night at Susie Fellers to plan summer projects. Due to the vacancy left by Joyce Crow(:. eona Andrew took over the duties of president and a new \\; k,c-presidcnt, Judy W('l ], , i S i--( ) 1 serving. {: 'I'cI1 serlioF:-; and their chape- rones, Mrs. Riga i,adiges and Tom Ci,.,nlcr. arose at 4:30 to ;:!: sneak oi: f,u" an enjoyable trip @ijl t(, the 5cAIte area and Birch i!? Bay. The group planned to take advantage of the beaci facili- t!es there. Wednesday, May 26, the i!:: bonor students were rewarded i with a delicious dinner at the ;,; O. P. Kreps home. Entertain- !  i}{ merit for the evening was pro- vided by Karl Kament of Hood River. An oriental theme was effectively used during the eve- ning. Mrs. Frances Cavender re- turned Friday after attending a Junior-Intermediate Sunday School Conference held at the First Baptist Church in Tilla- mook, Ore. The community is invited to attend Baccalaureate services to be held in the Community Church Sunday, May 30 at 8 p.m. Tom Ratcliff is  speak and Wes Boardman wilt bring tbe special music. Mr. and Mrs. Errol Andrew are the proud parents of a baby boy, Jeffrey Wade, who arrived at 5 a.m. Tuesday morning in the Klickitat Valley Hospital. Maternal and paternal grand- parents include Mr. and Mrs. Paul Ladiges and Mr. and Mrs, George Andrew. Manuel Gravelle was eon- fined to the Kliekitat Valley ttospital Wednesday afternoon. The annual Lettermen's ban- quet will be held Friday, May 28 with Mr. Crandall and Mrs. Lofgren awarding the letters. Tom Ratcliff will be master of ceremonies and Miteh Hecomo- rich is to speak. On May 17, the senior class fathered at the George Hettriek house to enjoy a dinner Mrs. PIettrick had prepared. Linda Ledesma and Barbara Anne Hettriek served. The Home Ec class, including teacher Mrs. Rita Ladiges, sponsored dinner with a for- ign flair for the Woman's Club May 19. Mothers of third graders were invited to the school for , day at the zoo. The children !:rought a stuffed animal of their choice to display in a cage (;tt their desk. With a "zoo key" the mothers could bear an in- teresting story about the ani- mal. The elass also presented three choral readings. Those students having special pieces were Michael Shiloh, Joni Whitefield, Lisa Holly, Patty Ratcliff, Jenifer Dean, Ray- mond Kelly and Donald Bab- cock. Mrs. Effie Lofgren's fifth alld sixth grade classes traveled to Stevenson for a swimming activity Wednesday, May 19. The children swam from 4:30 tc 6:30. Chaperones were Mrs. ' : Joy Cooper, Mrs. Ellen Conboy and Mrs. Rachel Valdez. Mrs. Sallie Martin, a resident of Canyon City, Col0., pasi away, leaving many descen- dants and reducing the family line to four generations. Mrs. Martin was Mrs. Wanee Gra- velle's grandmother and Betty Gribner and Karren Prosser's great grandmother. Graduation exercises will be held June 3 at 8 p.m. in the : school gymnasium. The PTA sponsored a com- munity picnic at the Conserva- tion Day site in Laurel on May 23. Baseball and other recrea- tions were enjoyed by the crowd. SAVE Reg. 289.95 Frostless Combination 13.8 Cu. Ft. Deluxe Refrigerator 21 Cu. Ft. FREEZER 238 II IIIII 2 cycle, 6 speed Auto. Washer I 30" Electric Range s178 1S-lb. Auto. Washer Deluxe s218 Hybrid grass with the vigor and ,leafiness of quacl}grass and the drought resistance and bet- ter seed quality of crested wheatgrass may eventually be- come available to western ranchers and farmers, predicts the U. S. Department of Agri- culture:. 1 FOR QUICK REPLACEMENT OF CRACKED SAFETY GLASS 773-4"223 ' Goldendale Body & Glass SAFETY GLASS /