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July 4, 1940 THE GOLDENDALE SENTIN"EL---Goldenchle, Washington Page Thre [ John Gilmer was on Goldendale O.E. Shippel, of Appleton, was .-- '~ ton business fro~m White Salmon last in Goldendale on business Monday. ISaturday- t Mr. and MI~. Earl Darland ,of m John Lauterbach, of the Whtte IYakima, stopped in Goldendale Vern Hooker, of Bickleton, was in Dan Horrlgan, of ,Seattle was in ISalmn Meat company, was a Gold- M~)nday en route to Portland. c0,wn 8aturde,y on business. ]Goldendale Saturday on business, l endale business visitor Saturday. I Mrs. l~a.t Sullivan and children, of A _,D'A. Stout, of Alderdale, transact-I Pete" Con,boy and daughters Ada I Mr. and Mrs. Wll~b.ur Yeackel, of I Seattle, spent a week at the home of ,~ ~1 bUsine.~ h, n~lA^~.~ ~.., .~.. I ~n~ Grace of Glenwood were in ] Glenwood were Goldendale buMness J her brother Ferd Holter and family m .L W W K ....... [ .............. o .......]visitors Saturday. [m Goldendale. The first of this week FnG~l}dendale on business Friday. William gineberg, of Portland, Forrest Wallace and Warren ]M,s.. Holter and.children and lvll:s. -- "( l uuow the crowds t,o B lock,house was in Goldendale on business last W(~ods, of Whi.te Salmon, were in[~umva.n ann cmJaren motoreu to ,~ tf [ - - [Gioldendale on business Saturday. [Longwew, where they will spend a V -- weeKenu. . . all Barber of Portland was in ~ . .......... ] Mrs. George S. Blake, of Portland, [week with relatives, m, 4 ~01d ' ' E.C. Allbm~on, o~ Amerume was , endale on business 1 [ ......... ' [wa~ a Cdoldendale business v~mtor] M.A. Colhns, of Btckleton, was in m| ~ -- nay. ast Thurs /in t~oiaenuaie Saturaay Ior ~:he court-[inst Saturday. [Goldendale on business last Sitar- ~ i , Nick Names of Bic~leton was in [ty tax sale. ) Grance Wallace of B-Z Corners, ]day. While here he attended the ~. 1 ~01den.,~Le~. on'-t)usiness vionuay." '. I L. W. Wood. . and Russell. Kreps']Wasold- in Goldendale for ,the county. I county tax foreclosure sale. ,( george Read White Salmon lnsur [both of White S~lmon, were m G /tax sale last Saturday. I Laura P. Kerr returned to Seattle LEVI STRAUSS P , | ~ee ~n~tn waf ........... "~endale for the tax sale last Saturday. ~ Walt Kauffman of Laurel was I Monday morning with her cousin [ , ~ tt~roluen(lttle ~'lSltor ' ' ' s ) ~lday. / Walter Kelley, of Roosevelt, was]in Goldendale Saturdayfor theIZola Long, after spending the~veek-i Rider Style Overalls epperell battle ax quality. Sanforizedl ~Ir. and M,o ~ ...... +,~ ~..~.~ .~ [in Goldendale last Saturday on busi-~county tax sale. lend in Goldendale with Mr. and l J .... ] 0 Children";;:nt"~he""w~;[:n;ln Iness. ] Ralph Walker, dept~ty sheri'ff Mrs. Clyde Kerr and family. ] 2ops with every man who wants the best shrunK, heavy boat sail pockets. OxfordI 0rtland visiting with relatives W. A, Taggart and John E~ton, ~from White galmon, was in Golden- Nat Washing'tl0n, attorney f~or the t he toughest overal'ls made. All sizes ray and forest green. ] )4r. and Mrs Horace White" of both of Trout Lake were in Golden-/dale on business last Thursday. I Bonneville right-of-way depar,tment, m __ _ | 00Sevelt, m'ove'd to their summer [ dale on business Monday. Mildred Halgedahl filed suit for was. in Goldendale. last Friday on .79 pair" .69- an-" rat at Glen~;Ov,d last Thursday. [ F0110W the crowds Vo Bbocl house. /dhrorce from Ed Halgedahl in super- ] usn ess. He wrking 0n the 1 1 p |I The front office of the J H tf---|tor court here last week. In thelright-of-way for the po:wer ll~e ~ | '~ ~ntbo u,.~ ................... ,'~.-:1 Del Whitmore of Btekleton was]oomplaint she charged cruel ~reat-/'hrov~.h glickitat county I 1 ~ j bee ]m C~oldendale last Saturda for the merit Frank T Bell, ~f Ephrata cand~ df, Postman and Pohceman SUMMER WEIGHT n enlarged and refinished. , Y ~ / ' , -t | | C~,| ~-~L. ~'~,~, .The Seattle P-I delivered to your[county tax ss.le. ] Cort Miller, of Pullman, was in]date for United States senator on ~ i[][Ig"~][~][J~ O#'%V I , ,~,~~e'~t., ~,, ,,,=r,~'~ I ~.~.~, ,,~Jara. ~,.,,~,[,# $ ~le or at McKee's Pharmacy orI l~iehard Leet, of Blngen, was in|(~oldend~le Sunday enroute to Yacolt, )he Democratic ticket was in Gold* I.~'.l. IN~.~l%~%. ,,W%~A ! UINI .)IN ! wm e........... OUCK mn or Dine -~ 'llttarold Wei~s a~ent tf]Ooldendale for the county tax sale[Wa, sh., where he has a summer/endale last Frida5r. Bell, who form,l. .... I I ., ~ ' .... ~Ir " ' ~" ' mn ears was rivat aec r to " ,ong wearing, correctly .... tWill, ancy pa :erns Light and Mrs. WaR Klatt and Mr. t last Saturday. [home. ~, y y p e reta y m . , , _ | Fine light wmght robbed .... | . $ ~d bits. Henry Kla:tt and son snent l F. D. Wallace of White Salmon, | Charles F. St]neon, of Piece, state ]Clarence C. Dill, was former U. S. I~ slzeo, seamless. Extra spec- | | weight. ~ Weeken " ,~i ~ ~, a "- ~ I was one of ,the bidders e~t the county|schuster ram the sixteenth district ~commissioner of fisheries (~ ial toe and heel | Short sleeves, ankle length | 'y~se Lake. ]tax salehere,saturday. ]was in Goldendale on buslness~'Mr, and Mrs. Jack Dressel, jr.,t,q. ~ . at=,, | ,~ | ~)C t~ert r m na er of "I~hu~day and Friday of last wee and son Jack of Seattle spent th0 '/" Reed Ford s~lesman from I Wallace Van Ambu g, a g [ " ~7~nd ' ' l+ Z Pair ........ :)C | #l#C | l: 'llite '~almon, was a Goldendale [the Mt. Adams Orchards, was in [ Mrs. E. C. Kaiser and Mrs. Harry l')ast week in Goldendale and vietn-1~ " ' | 18iIlsss visitor last Thursday Goldendate on business last ~eturday. |Dunn returned Tuesday from Port- I ity vacation:ng. While ;here they vie- ~ ~ | J~hll Baker, prosecuting attorney[ J. A. Jewell, of Wahkiacus, was/land Where they spent several day~sli'ted with hi~s father Jack Dressel, t~ I ............. I CHAMBRAY $ ~ood R in Goldendale for the count tax sale ~n business and vlmtmg fmends~r h~s m/~ther Mrs Marie Johnson "~' ' iver county, Oregon, was Y [ .... " I'r'' ' '. 1 WORK SHIRTS___ Panta-tn-M ,teh II w....], ek..,. $ ~gldendale last Thursday on busi-[las~ Saturday. [ Robert Ludlum, of Mart]ritz, Cal., ]and other relatives. [:~ 1 .................................. [ I V~ ~1111, I,~lil/l&.~ ~" - - [ Mrs. R. K. Niekerson is working |returned to his home last week after[ Mr. and Mrs. Ste.nley Thompson ]~ m Sturdy Ho~" 1 w~nvo .%~nf~H~.ol I | ........... spendmg two weeks v~sitm w~th and daughter Nancy accompanied " l luel euqualltyUl ambray Jim Brashear for your paint-] in the county treasurer's office this/ " " " g "~Al land ' ' *l,m .......... ~~ ~ ~~~~l~~- ......... ] | . ~, k~l .......... ~....~...~ [ [his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. F. ]by Mrs. R. M. Spoon and daughter, l~ m "~'~ ~'~' .... I Made extra roomy, an- 4* t~r o:tmi;'t2:i:Uv:r;~;e:~on=;ll WeMkrs. Hebe Moore and daugihter[Ludlum, of W.ahkiacus. IMurml, drove to Tacoma last week-]~ i .~]'~!!~'~ _~,r- [I breakable bone buttons. 2- ~, Work guaranteed. 272]Marjory, of Hood River, spent Sun-[ Among those from White Salmon lend. Mrs. Spoon and~daughter plan !~m ...... ."== [ | pockets. 14~/2 to 17. t'aWell Smith John Mill^m~ I doy in Goldendale with Mrs. Moore's |in Goldendale for the cou~W tax[to spend ~ne week in ~e~ttle visiting l ~ ~'~ | hq I | I ,L~,~' ,I Mr I conceBend ]~eV.in(telegand Rebek'ah lodges " akma as /~'~n ores le~t Wednes ndale June 29 ~)rgs mother Mrs F B Baker sale lest Saturday were John Lauter her daugt~ter and family, Mr and I** Crevling and Donald Sleeperl ...... [ : ~r-[her " .I* I ~r i ~l~wwork~n'.............. ~ at th~ M~rvh..l~l W .... H Rathert, of the J Neils |baugh, John Gllmer Tennis Wyers's, I Mrs.Mrs. Dan Moore.. Mr. and Mrs. ..~ ~* .~_ ll~eu~n Lumber company in Klicki:tatwas |and C. H. Estes. I Thompson will visitrelativesin I~ _ ,,. ~. ~r. and Mrs. Elmer Hansen and in Goldendale- Saturday fio.rtlhe ( Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Hamilton and ]Tacoma. I~ ( i f | $ ~l~h daughter Joan of Waib~burg Wash Judge Bert Van Moss of Long .t* ~ ~ ter spent the pa~t week, end in[county tax forecl'csure sale. [ ~ , '.,I J~ ' -I., l Wl~'~T CtVl~'i~hll~ I I ~Whl~ Rl~hNIr~ eu~'~,~ I $ ~t0, Oregon vi,.itin~ wit~ rela- I Ray Prater, of 'the extension office ]were here .Sunday f~r the ilium]leon I view, was in Goldendale last Thurs- I~- | ~.aaw~ vvu~a--~a.aa..~J | | ~ a~, a.#~,-~l 1LJ ~.~ll~,,P~..a,~ | -I* t~ ~ s ' a " d l let family picnic held at the Orville lda.y on business. At present he is]~| | | AR~. ~q'q~'~ | t~n eullm n, was ~n Golden ae a [ . " ,v ml'h. fi., o+ .... ;+h| m ........ T )Thursday conferring with the local [Hamilton ranch south of Goldendale. I Longview police judge. He is a candi-I~ | ...... ~ ..... ~ ..................,| 1. .. | .... . ' . . because they are all leather Sturd o - _ , extension department. [ Daryl Spalding was on crutches [date for supemor court ~udge posi- ~- ]patent suspender back. Graduated bib[ | .......... " y, c m | 1 b r two on n n ['~" ~OIl;aDle WOrK ~hoes ~" ~&f~, ~,~ ~t ~r~r~ [i William Reek, range examiner for ]severn days last week as t]he result[tion hum e the no -parttsa .i. | _^ | | " ~ suitable for every job.| ,1|~,.~ ~ ~,~'~.a ][the state extension office returned [of an infection in his foot resulting]ticket t~ ]sizes. Sanforized Shrunk. Size 30 to | ]Widths from C to EEE Priced from| ,, ) , , . . . Good Place To Eeat [ ~o Pullman last week a~ter spending [from a toe injury - | C.'J Hall Methodist minister re-I | | | | *I. allqIl t Room Available , w Fred Lasley of B~ckleton was a turnedto Goldendaleearly this --.o ~, [several eeks working in Klickitat[ , , a[turn | 1.29 / I 1.98 to e.95 I ~. ~-]county |Goldendale business visit!or Monday]week after spending several weeks $ | | | D | '~ ........ ! Z O Brooks wa~ in Hood River)on his way to Glenwl0od, where he [in the M~.ddle West. While m M~chi- *~L ~ t ] .a~~ ...... i!several" days last week attending a[planned .to ship lambs. ]gun he took delivery ,on a new Pen-[~" -- |Ira rrl| _ [] ...... a .... a~,~+ ~.~l....~....~( Miss Catherine Cadle returned to]tiac car His father, E B Hall of ~=- ..,,..,, ~-~ .... t)l~r /np3[rp ]]company officials from Oxegon and]01ympia Sunday after visiting the]Belleville, Uansa,% returned to Gold-l~ 1 ~'~k~h4~ttt~'~ X'T I i'~'~'~'~1'~t'~ # "~'~ i~ .-~ ~iav~,~s.v t Washington If>nut two weeks at the home Iof Mr. l endale to spend the sum~mer visiting I.:. 1..M~ ~,.3~.~t L,~.,~/ ~- || "~ li " i n ..... "' 1.7... .... . .... I',.I* ~ "~-,~,,I..,~JL.,i..mLJL,,JE.JIL ~,,~k..~@ '~' II Mr and Mrs Alden Copeland re- a a Ivlrs. u. A. Jacroux, sr. ixev. ann ~vlrs. rlan. "J ~ ~ * " ,y,[ K. " ~'~ ( E E Brashear and W G Doughty K A Zevely ~s back on the job as , , ,I, ,I.,l~.@q, 4,,~,I, 4,4,.I. li!u:n:d las!. 2~lu:sday ?ore ?pekin_tibeth ;f (~oodnoe Hiils," were ra;h operator at.the Goldendale ~ ~4"l"I"I*'I"I*'[~"l'*I"l"l'4"l"l~"l"I"I*4"~k4"I"~'~e'@@ 'I'~"4"I"~'~"~'I"~"~"I"I..~..~..~.~..~.4.4.~..I.@..@..@@@.@~ F~ .o ......... ~]wuere tuvy ,'peu~ ~.~vw:a, uay~ O,|Goldendale for the count ....... I:~:-P~ & S de"ot this we~t" Since htInsure your Grain and Hay now. Ed Mattson, Sundale wheat racnh- ~-~= o2klUltt. JUly I~-W business. During their avsence theirI z ~,~ ~,cI .... v .... I " "^ e'er ffi ..... 1 " ~-- |1 son .Grant stayed ~t the John Mlllam [last Saturday. [left here several months ago he has labeling Insurance Agency, ~v year [hi's :e;W;;Kf:egan narv.estmg with [ .... | ~~,. ~. |]home. I Mrs. M. H. Ryals, George Ryals, ]served on five different reAlway jobs. [of depth(lame service. ~a--m ..... 0~ cu~ hill type Mc- t ~]~sa~,~,~., | = .... ~P~CY couver arch~ t;orm~c~eermg eommne 'l~he de ~L~aaa~ ~:~ Ii~ll~cll~ t~'~ ....... [] Follow the crowds t)o Bbocl~house [ Miss Bel~ty Imrle, emd William Imrte. [ He was transferred back to Golden-I D W Hilborn Van ~ ~ " " l ~ mma.c~ I . ' " " ' /livery was made through the Wtls~)n [ -----.------ | ~'~~ I~ ,, ]all of Croodn.oe Hfll~, were in ld'-[ dale from Astorm Mrs Zevel and[tect was in Goldendale on business { . started ~__ Go d- Y by a A ,I-I Hall and Alan Hall spent end ale on business Monday. 'son Jim, maintained their home in Tuos.day. Implement company of Goldondale. I Hugo Wedgwood, 30, Goldendale, 1~ first I fen;" days the latter part of la.st[ Mr and Mrs Leo Jackson, of [ Gldendale whlle he was away work- [ Clark Cain is now working part Mr'and. Mr~" Frank H~lls and son and HeJen Plassas, 22, Maryhlll, at I miL~l~iiiiii~l~ kiss ~ ~ ~ " " " " " ' |~~ __ ]lweek on a fishing trip around thelNorth Bend, spent the weekend inling. /time in the county slheriff's o'ffice.]:::ni2;fgr:~er :::a~;::driTh:r;?Y IGmenaale, June 28. I ~-~:: --~'~' II headwaters of the Lewis river west]Gldendale with friends and rela-] Among those w~h~ attended tile He is employed by the NYA. , . ~ .- .. P --_ n-I Joseph L. Benny, 24, and Marjorie = ~:~:i.':.:;Nl~i~'--~ ., ~tives Leo is workin - ~-~[~t~t~ .... ' the .... [ . trm ann boucnern *Jregon. l~etore Helen __ ~~~ [[of Mt. Adwm~. [ ~ g ~or a logging,s~u~e convent~l~n o~ ~. u. u. r. ] Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Layman an~tl ............ / Murphy, 21, both of Wapato, ~"= rn in North in Y i 1 t re~urmng ~o Uo,Qenuam where ne at Golde ~'~l=~-'~k~ [[ . and Mrs. Ray Ca~e and son[ [ [gr~ ddaugh~er, Dol -[ . ...... [ , ' ~ nd Mrs P serves as camp oommanaer the l-llllS Ilziwood, of Ventura, ,Calif., are lni Mr. a James Lefever at-mweek were: Miss earl S hepard,/day f,or Spokane to spend a week]faro]iv drove to Seattle and Tacoma I__ J" R. White, 43, and Mrs. Alice = w,h lk i i i itth tended the dance at Blockh,ouse Sat Mrs Nellie Olsen, Warren G Hey ] i t f i Mr ~utler 50, both ! ~-IORIE RA~B:,.* ....... [[Goldendale t.his week vstng w [ - " " "lw'th ther daugh er and amly, .[ ......... ' , of Corvallis,~t Gold. ~!iii!ii,~a~um~ ,~m~u,.~tmN~ |[his parents Mr and Mre L L Case [urday. [denberk, William Morehead and l ann Mrs Burchel Proffi~ [ A wrecker opera,ca Dy W. U'. endale, June 29 . .navc~a m,~ca manucn ! Those from Lyle and vicinit in ~het Enderby Next year s convert " Hudson collided with the side of a [ ,- " i, He is a br'othe; of Mrs." I.'C." Rob]-[ ~ Y [ ~ ' -[ H. E. Smith formerly of Wish-[ 'George l~. Richardson ~ o.a Goldendale for the count tax sal tan of the orgamzatmns willbe car driven by Jack Garlmg at the , --, =-~ ~ ~ Hson and Lloyd Case of ~oldendale. Ilast Saturda' w Y elhi~l i: Everett ram, arrived in Goldendale last l intersectien of Grant and Court )Leona Durkee, 18, both of Klickitat, -MeN Jul~ 7 8 l] ,George Taylor and tl~b Forsythe I Y ere: W. J. Knight,] d . ] weekend to take ~ver the brake- ~ ' at t~oldendale, June 29. " [were in Do,ngview Friday and Sat-[ " , St uck and l ' ]man's Job on the local S P & S. [ " , ............................. "7 William Morgmson Ernie r Harrie O Bohlke chief inspector ~treets Monday afternoon No one DON AMECHE |(urday last week atton.ding the sta~e |Phillip Tuthill. ~for the state liquor board; Herbert [ ,rain " " [was injured in the crash. Garling s |,,. " [[convention of the Lions Internatlon-~ m o. z . S h ~ PLP e Y , Philip Tutbill, E. [W. Meyers, chief of the inspection l~ Ph'ilmer Wilson this week took [machine was damaged in the co|l]-il T.R~.WATKINSNEC'I~RDRINKS ]mealIor m |l:al. Taylor is secretary o,f the Gold-]Struck, Victor LeGall and Olaf land investig.tion division of theldeliver,, on a new McCormick Deer lein' Frank Hamllik, city night[[ True ~rW~rm,we~ther, Watlklns ] ' a st ' .... [ 1 Y" , ~.. ...... ||they attended a special farewell P week in Goldendale visitlngITown club. [daughter, returned to Goldendale to ~ III U2kl JUly ~ Mrs Neebitt ~vith her parents Mr and Mrs Mr and Mrs Fred Sewell ~f |]partyfor Rev. and . , . . Bert m , i spend the summer here with her ~:;~'~1~ ... ~ ~.~ . o_ ]a rt.... !1 I.h.~ D .....i[Byars and family who lef~ bhis week Shelton," and sister, Mrs Martin [Hillebor~., Ore., and Mr. and Mrs. [narents We l r$ o ln" RII IIto take over the Met od t pastorate y. Bruce chum.nn, of ortland, drove Arlando Do ke., so. of and in Prlneville, Oregon. Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Woods indite Goldendale Sun.day where theY]Mrs. Leonard Dokken, recently" took You'll brag about our .~l { ~'~ it ~'~ ~'%Tleg~ ]/ 'Mr. and Mrs. Harry Smith, of amtly, wh~ have been visiting at]called on Alm0n Din~mon, Mr .and lover the post of station agent for Somcoe Inn, too when vou'w -, ,., ,~.ajUV~ ~M | II I%1 I!Stevenson, were in Goldendale Wed- the aome of Mrs. WToods' mother,/Mrs. M. H. Spalding, Mr. and Mrs. the Union Pacific railway at Adams, r a cool drink, a delicious lunch, or a J~, ,~1,~, J~J~[,,$~,~ ~,[I nesday visiting friends. They were Mrs. George Klatt, returned to their/William Richardson, Mr. and Mrs. 10regon. well-cooked dinner in air-conditioned tendin home in Darrin on Washin ton F L Br]d efarmer and other rela li on their way home after at g gt , g ,[ "g -[ M.E. Wing and Mrs. Leila Turn- ~~'/[ comfort. ~ lithe American Legion convention in S'u~ida~o |tives. The~; also visi.ted the Maryhill er, of Goldendale, this week an-~~~" )N.-THURS. Jubr 10-11 ] Spokane. Mr. Smith operates a pool dull, for ~the past several/Museum. Inounced their marriage. They were ~~'~ ' THE SIMCn ~i __. __ Ilroom in Stevenson. months a brakeman on the local/ W.D. Lainhart last week recelvedlmarried June third at Kennewick, ~) I v.,.,, a~a Feature ml~----- train, wa~ transferred to Bend, Ore-In letter from his brother w~ho lives Waghing~n in the Methodist par- [~ ~on last Saturd~Ly Mr and Mrs[in Tampa Florida In the letter sonae b Robert L LaMott Only ~~ ..... ' W ..... ' g Y " " finn-Richard Greene [ | ~..~ ~.~ ~ =.~ ~ ~.., ~ , close relatives were present at the ) oodall left Sunday for their new Lainhart said the U S Navy is now " [ | 1 K | 1J L ~.~ ~ home at Bend [building one of the greatest air-[ceremony in M " " [ I ......... __ . r. and Mrs. John R. McEwen[bases in the world at Tampa. The Mrs. William Sauter left laat Fri- ~"|'~T |~r~. O~A~'~"r'w~L'~,'T, ~'~r~'~ ~v IWA AN m[ ~'~| ~ A ~,I ~'_ ~ .~ left last Saturday for Salt Lake City [air base ove~ n~gre than 3,000 [ day for Elgin Ore to vlsit with her ~lrlr.., ,DlVl/~lXlr.~l ~.,.~l'f~ llN Uta~h where they lan acres and will be used as head nor I! ,~, a.~ --~ ~ .., ---- .,~ -- P ~ spend sev-[ " q "]parents. Her father has been Ill for DI/I;'i TI T~I~ [|The spot in town to take the er.at days vlsiting their daughter, /ters for several bombing squadrons. [the past several ~veeke. Wednesday ~rf~ll~l~| A~.I.I.~ i va ll liJ. J [ | - :sP0ts-- out of - your M~ss ~argaret McBwen. From Sale [Lainhart has not ~een this brother ]Mr. Sauter accompanied by Mrs. Ed 1%,.$~1~ J"~J[~L~ | | -r ........ . .... Lake City they plan to ~o on to[since 1891. ]Barnard left for l.lgln to soend the ---ALso--- I] California before returning to Gold-] Chaplain James Miller, of ffne]Fourth Where. They all plan to re* ~ Payne - Gloria Dickson , a -- endale. /Civilian Conservation Corps was in turn thie weekend am m ~ - ,... I I ~ .. . The Portland Oregon]an available/Goldendale three days last week on ] Mrs Edith Bled;oe, of Vancouver, 1 l~ ~ II Ln'ess or ;~Ult fromFrederiekO]tmanns. Call phone |business. WhilehereChap]ainMillerlst, opped In Oo]denda]e Tuesday en ]~-'-'. 11 I/I [NG OF THE ]]Everyone is doing it because 4hSo4 for d?~ly dellveryto your^own[tooko anactive : r% 2 : :ld.)r ute home!rem 'l~ledo, ?htOwhere ,,~,,,~ ~IIf~~.~Y~V~ me in t wn Or ~.~ ,~,,---~,,~.uu~a~ ,,~-,.~;.~ ~.v..o .,.: ............. ~ ,p,,~- sue took (lellvery on a new car. tree :1. ] rpmAow [] we're .... ,/ ram and spent seve ai hours each]went on Vanoou,er Wednesday COME IN TODAY AND SEE THE NEWTWO.TONZ ,~ ,~-ua.,-~,~a"~.,-,~.~ | | THRIFTY Klickitat county residents listed |day at Blockhouse instructing the after visiting relatives and friends .............. ~ [ | ~l~ x by the Washington State Progress ]swimmers and torganizing classes, in Goldendale Joe E Cooper acc0m-' D~O'I~ MODELS .... ON DISPLAY AT ,:~ )AY-~AT..~ J..l,,I~ 12-13 .[ ,] ........... PLEASING commi~sion as recent visitors at the .]Miller is a Red Cross swimvaing in- . panied her h;re. M;s. Frieda Six- WILSf~N ..... I~VI~v~n~ ,~gt~lPA~Jv ....... [ | SPEEDY San Francisco world's fair include [~tructor. Harry Palmer, Camp edu-It,on, also of Vancouver, who accom- .... ,a~,~= ,~,j ........ nerlaanin Jenrey lbynn [ m ~'" ~'"-- " ;:l::r~rk. Onl~mM=~' Jr F.f2:le~d?i l~htei:wi~:~is:;' wi:rklS:t m tn e n"u eatcril e tstn ra" : A car load of ears to choose from at just a few dollars | Free Pick-up and Deliveries and sons Bob and Jack, of White ]Mrs. Palmer arrived last weekend line, Ill., and is now confined to a more than the lowest low priced automobiles ALL CAME I I ........ ............ Salmon; and Alfred ~homas, of ]from Portl.and to spend the summer hospital in that city Mrs S~xton t l . --Q --.-- Bicklel~o.n. Mrs. Wa~ter Hunsaker, of/ber. She will Md wlth the primary I~"' be hospttalt~A~l f;r at ioast a,x ~1 Just Phone 542 White Salmon, was listed by the[groups as swimming lnstruc-[weeks longer On her trip Mrs Bled- I l .......... ~., v ~. Progress Commission as a recent vie-[tor. This summer Mr. and Mrs. [soe visited 13 different stat~ and m~ i~r at the New York world's fair. |Palmer will reside at Blockhouse. ~stopped in Yellowstone park.