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Page Two THE GOLDENDALE SENTINEL--Goldend e Washington [---SOCI/L/CTIVITIES II"u o "'" Weds Miss Helen PIONF~S TO OBSERVE j W00LGR0~ AUXILIARY INDEPENDENCE DATE WILL MEET ON JULY 11 Members of the Pioneers associa- The regular July meeting of the tion will observe the one hundred lKllckitat County Woolgrowers Aux- and sixty-fourth aniversary of Amer-tiliary will be held July 11 at the ican independence here Saturday, JulY 6, their regular meeting date. A potluck luncheon Will be served at 1:30 p. m. All pioneeers are in- vited ~o a~tend. Members of the association ob- serving birthdays this montJh in- clude: Dan Tebbs, July 11; Esther Armstrong, July 13; Jack Mulligan, Pari~h hall in Gvldendale. Hostesses for the day will be Mrs. A. C. Vin- cent, Miss June Hector, Mrs. D. Stout, Mrs. S. P.Allison and Mrs. I Ray Densl,ey. Apotluck luncheon will be served at noon. Meat and dessert will be furnished by the June committee. A latticed arch twined with su,m- mer greens and pastel sweet peas formed the background for an at- tractive wedding service at the As- sembly of God church when Miss Helen Plassas, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Plassas, of Mary~hill, became the ~bride of Hugo Wedgwood, of Maryhill, son of Mr. and Mrs. Grover Wedgwood of Goldendale. The Rewrend Velmer J. Gardner read the marriage service, July 19; Frank Fenton, July 24;I EI~TERTAIN AT SHOWER in the presence of rfty relativesand Nora Grady, July 30; and HarryI Mrs. Grace Crevling and dauglrter[frtends"[ Carratt, July 31. ] Miss Valda Crevling entertained last Friday afternoon at the Baptist For h~er wedding the bride chose Mrs. Glen Curtis and children re-[church social hall with a miscel- a dressmaker suit of navy blue silk turned last Sunday evening fromI laneous shower in h~)nor of Mrs. Al.bion, Wash. "Ruth Crevling Rogers, of Kelso. with white lingerie touches and white accessvrios. Her corsage was of red rosebuds. Mrs. Gilbert Br0- ka`w of Goldendale was matron of honor, wearing a frock of silk crepe in two shades of lavender wit~ white accessories and a cbrsage of gardenias. Two sisters .of the bride, the Misses Catherine and Mary Plassas, were bridemaids, dressed in similar frocks of cloud pink with white lace and white accessories. 'Dheir flowers were roses and sweet peas. Best man for Mr. Wedgwood ~as Kenneth Oldham, and Clarence Han- sen ushers. Preceding the ceremony, Artie Stone sang "I Love You Truly," ac0ompanied on the piano by Mrs. Velmer J. Gardner. Receiving the guests at the home of the bride in Maryhill after the STANDARD'S "SUPREME" is so superior to ordinary Ethyl |nsolinns we've given it this new name thai' means all it implies. Try it- the best premium and reviewed the "good old days." On account of the size of the group, the Huots are holding their family reunion hereafter during summer vacation time instead of at Christmas as formerly. It being ,Father's Day, Dud Huot was generously remembered. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Lincoln Huot, Cada, Roy and Etta Huot, Mr. and Airs. ~Leland Huot, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Barrett and two children, Mr. and Mrs. Willard [ Doughty and three children, Mr. and Mrs. Glen iPowell and two children, i Mr. and Mrs. Bob Frey and daugh- ter, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Frey, Mr. and Mrs. Ken Barnes and two sons, Ed and Ernest Gerllng, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Dehaven ,of The Dalles, Carl Suksdorf and Whitey Bilgesky. GOLF BREAKI~AST ,~oldendale's l~ly golfers will meet at the clubhouse Friday morning at 8:00 a. m., for their first breakfast gathering of the season. Hostesses Bible at the breakfast will be Mrs. Marion Hudson and Mrs. Leonard Ericks FAMILY PICNIC ~lembers of the Hamilton family met Sunday at the O. L. Hamilton home south of Goldendale for a pic- nic and reunion. The picnic was in honor of the several members of the Hamilton family whose birthdays oome in June and early July. Those from away who attended the picnic included: Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Becks and Joe Jobe of Portland; Mrs. Emma White of Yakima; and Mr. and M~s. W. T. Hamll,ton and daugh- ter Joan of Waitsburg, Wash. wedding eervlcd were Mrs. Plassas, " wearing a dressmaker suit of navy SUNSHINE PARTY blue and white polka-dots witJh blue accessories and Mr~ Wedgwood, mother of the bridegroom, in a blue and white dress with accessories of navy. Fifty were bidden be the re- ception, where the bride cut her "Wedding cake, and friends assisted in serving punch and ices. Mr. and Mrs. WedgwOod left after the reception for a short ~vedding SLATED JULY 10 Members and friends of the Meth- odist Ladies Aid will hold their semi-an,nual potluck party of the Sunshine Sister club at the chureh parlors, Wednesday July 10 at 1:00 p. m. All members and friends wish- ing to dra"W a Sunshine Sister are urged to attend. The program committee for the HOLY TRINITY CATHOLIC CHURCH ReD. Patr.ick S. Lyons, Pastor GRACE LUTHERAN CHURCH Kllckitat, Washington Eugene R. Schrazmn, pastor 11:00 o'clock. Special music. [ TEMPI~RANCE INFORMATION : "At the end of the fiscal year, September 30, 1938, there were 52 state owned l~qu,or stores and 129 Sunday school ........................... 9:30 a. m. 10:00 a. m. Bible school. Regular service ..................... 10:30 a. m. 11:00 a. m. Sermon by Pastor "We preach Christ and Him Cru-i i Hanes. cifled." 7:00 p. m. Junior-Intermediate; CHURCH OF CHRIST Centerville, Wash. Vernon Becks, pastor school ......................................... I0 : O0 Evening services ................................... 8 : O0 study, Wednesday ............... 8:00 'The final choice: "Turn" or "B u r n," "F r u I t" or "Fuel," "Heaven" or "Hell." It~ up to you. i, THE 1K~TKODIST CHURCH C. J. Hall, minister B. Y. P. U.; and Bal~tist Adult Union each meeting in separate ses- sion for devotional meetings. 8:00 p. m. Evening evangelistic service in song and sermon. Come w'orship and serve with us. There is a "welcome here. Thursday, July 4, 1' KIT each Lord's day morning 9:30" 9:45. SUNDAY SERVICES: Church school, 10:00 a .m.; Sermon, "He Restoreth My Soul," by pastor, at Our summer meeting is to begin August 4. J. P. Crenshaw, of Sweet* water, Texas is to do the preaching, We plan to hold .thi,~ meeting under a tent and we wan~t you to plan to be with us. Plain Bible teaching and congregational singing. "I"~o,w I beseech you bret~hern, .~ agencies where held liquors are sold, and 5,263 beer and wine li- censes, or a total of 5,440 places in the state where liquor can be purchased." ('l~he State of Wa~'h- ington in the Liquor Business," 4113 Arcade Building, Seatt.le, the name of ,our Lord Jesus ChriSt, Wash.) that ye all speak the same thing, and ,that there be no divisions FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH l among you; bu,t that ye be perfectly C. E. Hanes, pastor [ joined together in the same mind and in tJhe same judgment." 1 Cot. 1:10. KEEP YOUNG AND BEAUTIFUL... It's Your Duty! . . . And our duty to make you beautiful! MAKE AN/APPOINTMENT TODAY ! Phone 1413 CHERCH OF CHRIST V. T. Emit/h, minister Bible study ............................................ 10:00 Preaching ............................................... 11:00 Breaking bread ................................. 11:50 Evening service ................................... 8:00 Wednesday evening service ......... 8:00 Ladies B,iible ~tudy Friday ............ 2:30 Listen to Claude A. Guild over Shipp's Barber i and Beauty Shop AT THE DEPENDABLE GROCERY .... Where You Can Always Be Sure To Find Quality Foods At Economy Prices! { |osoliue we have ever made. trip to Portland. The new home will t be at Maryhill. STANDARD OIL COMPANY OF CALIFORNIA / ! Pro America }J Holds M q'l kt about the same hour Republi- ~t cans in Philadelphia were nominating *I'l.Wendell Wilkle as their candidate for tbe presidency, Goldendale party ~' members last Thursday evening gath- This big 7-jar Canner comes to you big , savings right in the heart of the canning season. Complete with all necessary racks and tight fitting cover. Don't wait an- other day. BUY NOW ................................. Insulated with Fiber Glass. 25 % lighter...I 25% more efficient. 6-cup Enamel Rotary Press 59 VALUE !" . ...... Presses, strains, washes fruits and berries. Special! ered at the Grange hall for a Pro America meeting. Perry Woodall, Toppenish attor- ney and state representative, was ,the principal speaker at the meeting. Mrs. Edward Abeling, president of the Goldendale Pro America group, discussed the machinery of the poli- tical convention and gave a brief bio- grwphical sketch of Wilkle. Others who appeexed on ,the pro- gram were: Tom Patterson, Mrs. Dean Gule, and Miss Berniece Flem- ing, all of Yakima; and C~harles F. Stinson, state senator from Pasco. Senator Stinson urged his listeners not to forget state poIRics in the excitement over the n~tional camp- alga. Mrs. J. H. Abshier sang several numbers. A group of charades, each with a political connection, were presented. Refreshments were serv- ed. CLffB The triangle clt~b met June 27 at the h, ome of Mrs. Jess Bradstreet. Three tables of pinochle were in play. Those present included: Mrs Gilbert Brokaw, Miss Virginia Van- Hey, Mrs. Wayne Eddy, Mrs. Adrian Fuhrman, Mrs. Lawrence Rutledge, Mrs. Kenneth Garltng and Mrs. Arthur Wiles. Mrs. Garling had high score forthe afternoon and Mrs. Fu~rman low score. Delici(>us refreshments we,re served. HUOT FAMILY HOLD PI(7~IC I~EI~ION The first annual picnic reunion of the Huot family was held on Sunday, Fruit June 16 at Northwestern ,I.~ake, four miles north of W~lte Salmon. Save NOW .......... Quickly, easily presses fruits and vegetables! 16 QT. PRESERVING KETTLE One of our many canning time specials! There's just dozens of uses for this bril- liant blue enameled kettle during days. Buy now at this low price ................ You Can Always Save At... Those present were the father and mother, all of their 10 children, seven sons and daughters-In-law, 10 grandchildren, other relatives and friends. A surprise birthday shower was given for a daughter, Mrs. Frances Doughty, whose birthday was that day ,and she received a lovely as- sortment of gifts from her family, with a huge four-~iered angel food birthday cake presented by her sis- ter, Mrs. Gladys Powoll. l~ive ge21ons of tee cream, two huge roasters of chicken, cakes, salads, loads of sandwiches and other things too numerous to mention were consumed during the course of the day. A rented rowboat, baseball and other games provided amusement for some while others sat ,balked, ate, event includes: Mrs. Lande, chair- WE DELIVER orders of $2.00 or more in city limits. Phone man; Those in charge of favors are: Mrs. ]~leanor Dooley; the dining 252. All orders given special attention! room and kitchen commlttee, Mrs. These Values are for Friday, Saturday and Monday Only Gladys H~use, Mrs. R~cker, Mrs. " " Alice Green, Mrs. Alvtna Seihold, De on" bl - - --------'-- Mrs. Ruby Oltmanns, Mrs. Mary A[ NU and Airs. Amundsen. p aa e I I , oration committee is Mrs. McDowe,l.. _ 491b. sk., . , FAMILY REUNION HE~V AT BEACON R4)C~ PARK Snowdrift, 3 lb. tm ........... .47c SOFT SHELLED Members of several pioneer Klick- Rat families met at Bea~on Rock G pef it J 46 lS 2lhs. ........ 25c state park last Sunday for a picnicra ru uice, oz, tin .... c reunion. Those wttending from Gold- Donald Drake endale included: Mr. and Mrs. John C 12 bottl 9 M. Vanhoy and son Marshall, Mrs. atsup, oz. e ............ c Dean ~lllenwa~ers and son Bill Over- Alameda Brand ly, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Wilkins, Mr. Pi appl N 21/2 tin i5 and Mrs. Bert Wllkins, Miss I~ralnene e, o. ......... c VanHoy. Broken Slices SWANSDOWN Others present were: Air. and Mrs, k & B 1 Ib 5 Kay Wilkins and Victor and Vernon Per eans, . tin ......... c JuneHays' of A~auptn, Ore.; Myron and Din,, ja ' o'a ....... Wilkins, of Pasco; Paul San- _a...~ _ross_.,, qt. r .... c strum, of OosesAe Locks, Ore.; Mrs. Nalley's M~ttie Bunnell, Mrs. Charles Jen- nings, Mrs. Mulligan and daugh- Pancake Flour, 9 8-I0 lb. bag... 49c ter June, Jimmy Wahl, Mr. and Mrs. Sperry's F~rl Kemp, Mr. and Mrs. Andy AI- brlcht, all of Portland; Mrs. Rebecca Corn, Peas, Tomatoes, 3 tins..25c Wllklns, Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Cook, WASONS Mr. and Mrs. John Cook, Mr. and . Mrs. Ed Brown, Mr. and Mrs. A. , ' Z'TC } lb. tm ...... 23c Waddlngton, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Thelsen, Mr. and Mrs. Gust Wedin, all of Vancouver; and Mrs. Cora lb. tm ....... 45c Rallou, of Oregon C~y. The Vanhoy families plan to hold an annual reunion on the last Sun- LARD pound 71/zc day in June here$.f, ter. Mrs. R.C. ._ , ....... Allyn was unable to attend the Bea- con Rock picnic Sunday because of ~Cottage CHEESE, pt. 10c illness. Sanitary Wax Carton D. uehi and W, ltam slop. e PORK ROAST, lb.... 15c lb. box ..... Spokane sheep buyers, were in Crold- endale on business several days last Lean Side BACON, lb. 15c week and this. Paul JohnSon left Mondoy for BEEF ROAST Ib 19C Spokane to spend a month visiting ' * .... with his parents there. Blade Cuts. Choice Heifer Beef l~or real ,buys in screen doors and ALSO A FINE ASSORTMENT OF LUNCH 2 lb, box I 7C screens see Dean Gillenwaters. lt-- " .... Glllenwaters IH~rdware meets MEATS . . . PRICED RIGHT competative prices on all types o roofing. It--- Mrs. Sue Morehead, county school superintendent, returned Monday from a vacation trip to the Atlantic PRICES EFFECTIVE FRIDAY AND SATURDAY ONLY While Vhere she visited]i s ea.b~ar d. relatives in New Jersey and Vir-[i Sweet Bell ~ :-~tr.,g.ess Green glnla. Hei~ie Klein, ,~f Stacker's Can-If PEPPERS, 3 for. ....... 10c BEANS, 3 Ibs. .......... 10c yon, was in Goldendale on business lii Large Shining Solid Local Tuesday. IICUCUMBERS, 2 for ..... 5c CABBAGE, lb. ........ I1/ Mrs. F. G. LeFor, of Y~kima, wes[II in Goldendale last Sunday vtslttng[i Solid Coast f,r'[ends. Is r,r.. .. NNIN(, BE !, E ,s D. M, Layman and son Jim left ll LETTUCE, head ...... .. AT LOWEST MARKET PRICE last Saturday for Poniac, Michigan li to take delivery on two new trucks. Ill They plan to return ~o Goldende.le in [11 about one week. la[ Mr. and Mrs. Jack Lang and two children ,of Sangus, Calif., and Mr. Clemens, of Elleneburg, were in (7~oldend~le hast Wednesday visiting tel@tires.