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June 17, 1965
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10 • The Goldendale Sentinel • Thursday, June 17 1965 Local News Items MILS. WHITEHILL HONORED WITH BIRTHDAY PICNIC Doctor and Mrs. Pat White- hill and sons Barry, Terry and David of Cheney and Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Whitehill and son Lande of Seattle gave a sur- prise picnic party last Sunday at the Brooks Memorial Park. in honor of the 70th birthday anniversary of their mother. Mrs. Vera Whitehill. Her birth- day is Jura 16. Her two brothers, Dr. J. W. Lande and Walter Lande. and Mrs. Walter Lande were present also. Mrs. Whitehill's daughter, Mrs. Vera P, eth Mileck and family, Seattle were unable to attend. LeRoy is asisstant cashier at the main branch of National Rank of Commerce in Seattle and Pat is assistant professor at EV¢SC at Cheney. Children attending B i b 1 e School at Brooks Park last week from Sterlings Court were, the Bob Simpson chil- dren, Debbie Bright. Stacey Hunt, Julie London, the Lloyd Stevenson children, the A1 Muhly children, Sandy Hawk and John Miller. Mrs. Jim London and chil- dren are in Sedro Wooley visi- t;ng at the home of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Don Loeken and family are in Parshalk N. D.. attending the 50th anniver- sary of Mr. Loeken's parents while on vacation. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Moore took Vicki to Springfield. Ore., to attend the graduation of Sandra Bell, former Golden- dale resident. Vicky stayed in Springfield and the Moores went on to Swisshome, Ore., to spend the night with Mr. RUGS CLEANED A Cash and Carry Special for a limited time only Regular price 1Oc sq. ft, Special price ¢ sq. ft. Save $2.16 on a 9 x 12 rug! Moore's sister. After picking up Vicky they went to Portland to spend the night at the home of Mrs. Moore's sister, the R. V. Dixons On Saturday they viewed the Rose Parade before returning home. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Klucas and family of Richiand were Sunday after- noon visitors at the Moores. Harry Moore has been work- ing in the hay at High Prairie during his vacation. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Kelley and family attended the Pio- neer Picnic Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Amidon, Carl and Alda went to Monroe over the weekend to attend the 25th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Berlin. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Enwards are again residents of Golden- dale. Their mobile home will be parked on the Howard Nor- ris ranch. Mr. Enwards will be employed at Golden Lanes and Mrs. Enwards is returning to work at the National Bank of Commerce. Mr. and Mrs. Palmer Myra. Mr. and Mrs. Orien Kastl and Steve, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Stoddart and family, and Dan- ny Abel went camping at Bow- man Creek over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Vay Godbey. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Thayer and fami- ly and Mr. and Mrs. Arnold" Peterson stopped by on Satur- day evening. Bruce Myra came out for a while on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ward McEwen and daughter Mrs. Fern Chris- tian visited with the Wards granddaughter Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Hawes in Gresham, Ore and took in the Rose Festival. Mrs. Christian. who has been -isiting here the past month, :elm'ned to Bremertorf .with Mrs. Louise Basse w"ho will be visiting her daughter at Vashon Island. Mr. and Mrs. Willis Tebbs are visiting in Goldendale for a few days before going to \\;Vhite Salmon where Mr. Tebbs will be employed for the summer. He has just received a Masters Degree in Education Science in Albuquerque, New Mexico and plans to attend school this fall in Eugene, Ore., PTA to hold summer leadership meeting Eastern Washington S t a t e College will host a summer P a r e n t - Teacher Association stonier leadership conference next weekend, bringing togeth- er several hundred PTA offi- cers and outstanding resource persons in a three-day meeting luncheon on how PTA mem- bePs can demonstrate with time and talents their beliefs in a better world for children and youth. Lassoie will present a con- ference summary preceding ad- journment Financial News with the theme, "Time, Talents and Beliefs." The conference will open Fri- clay (June 25) evening with reg- istration and a dinner, followed by the first session. Other ses- sions will be held Saturday morning, afternoon and eve- ning. with a single session Sun- day morning followed by the closing luncheon. Mrs. G. E. Pierce, second vice- president, Washington Congress of Parents and Teachers and conference chairman, said the meetings are being held on a weekend to permit more fath- ers to attend. Deputy superintendent of the Tacoma school district, Joseph P. Lassoie, is keynoter and con- ferenee consultant. He will speak at the opening session which will include a sympos- ium on the role of the PTA as a means of communication. A demonstration of a PTA meeting, use of audio-visual aids and group discussions will highlight the Saturday morn- ing session. Mrs. John Upton, fourth district state legislator and Dr. Homer Cunningham. VChitworth c o 11 e g e professor will lead discussions on legis- lation affecting children in the Saturday afternoon program. Services available to families by community organizations will be presented by agency members at the Saturday night meeting. These include Family Counseling Service, Spokane County Social Health Associa- tion, Community Mental Health Center of Spokane and Spokane Human Relations Council. Sunday morning, Rev. James Dowdy. Millwood Community Presbyterian Chm'ch, will lead a panel discussion on mental and spiritual values w a n t e d and needed by children and youth. Rev. Philip Eisenhauser, Cheney United Church of Christ, will speak at the closing SON BORN Mr. and Mrs. Robert LaGae (Dororas Marlowe) of C ol o - rado Springs. Colo., proudly announce the birth cf a son. Jeffery Ern'in on June 9. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. William Marlowe of Gold- endale and Mrs. Margaret Steele of Portland. Jeffery is the first child of the LaGaes" and the Marlowes' first g,'and- son. DEEDS RECORDED John B. McDonald purchased f"om Merle Cimmiyotti: I.,ester E. Clinker purchased from Ar- lene D. Dickenson: George L. Grieb purchased from Wesley "-' 2. Hinkley: SDS Co. purchased m Harold D. Hollenbeck; William Lauterback Sr., pur- chased from Louise Lauter- i:,ack; Harold Esheln:an pur- chased from Harvey V. Nieme- la: Harvey V. Niemela pur- .based from Ida E. Niemela: National Bank of Commerce purchased from Walter G. Pal- mer: Reva Little purchased from Annette L. Sission: Paul A. Collins purchased from Mac A VanDeVanter and William F. Young purchased from Orval T. Peterson. An egoist is a feller wire is always blowing his knows. Phone news items to 773-4212 COMPARE BEFORE YOU BUY! C-4.0 CHAIN SAW LIGllTWEIGHT ONLY 15 POUNDS Less bar and chain GRANGE SUPPLY CO-OP. 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