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July 4, 1940 j OF OF une / LANDs Ever Recorded I No IcE GIVe, That on Tuesday, the 6~h day of August, 1940, commencing at ten and hottest June t'clck in the forenoon of said day, is the dryest i in fron,t of the main entrance door to K. P. Cecil, forest su-I to the ,County Cour,t House in the ity of the Columbia National/C: of Goldendale, county of Klick- litat' ,State of Washingon, by the at Vancouver. County Auditor of said county, the June is a fairly moist',following described state lands, to- gether with the improvements situat- said the forest official. We ed theron, will be sold ebt public auc- inch or so of rain to keep tion to the highest bidder therefor wet and the fire hazard ~t is not like that this year. ha~ been no rain for the past and "the number of periods of come such, can purchase stwte lands. was abnormal. Recent APPIAC~TIO~I NO. 16583. , Lots 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15 and fires have spread rapidly.16, Block 3 in Burford's Addition to in the high mountains are the Town of Cen,terville, Klickitat !than usual for this time of County, Washington, appraised at '$700.00. PAINTER and PAPER HANGER the The above appraisal includes both fire closures made on , the land and improvements. l~orest in the interest ofi This sale is intended to .convey only that ti, tle obtained by the State old burn areas will not ithrough escheat proceedings, being With public use of the usual Cause No. ~P1757 in the Superior l .... ~Court of Klickitat County, Wasning- ann nsning areas on tne lton" forest, o [ Said lands will be sold for not less --- ~ j than the ~ppraised value above stat- and Underwood PortableIed and upon the terms and condi- " ] tions following: ,Small downpayment, I Not less than one-tenth of the pur- ~u small monthly paymenL t chase price must be paid at the time ,~ of sale. The purchaser, if he be not at The Sentinel. ~ the owner of the improvements, must forthwith pay to the officer making the sale the full amount of the ap- praised v~.lue of ,t~he improvements, L E T as above stated. One-tenth of the purchase price must be paid annual- OLTMANNS ly thereafter with interest on all de- ferred p~yments at the rate of six per centum per annum: Provided, That az~y purchaser may make full paymen,t of principal, interest ad statutory fees at any time and - tain deed. The purchaser of land con- taining timber or other valuable ma- is prohibi~ted by law from cut- ting or removing any such timber or materials without first obtaining con- sent of the Commissioner of Public Lands, unnail the full amount of the Can Do It Economically AT OLTMANNS SEE ]'liE NEW 1940 ER PATTERNS Guaranteed FULLER PAINTS THE GOLDENDALE SENTINEL--Gotdendaie, Was n i , CENTERVILLE HOMES THREATENED BY FIRE CE2CTDRVILLE--- (!Special) -- Funeral services were held in The Dalles S~turday June 29 for Dr. G. C. Eshelman (C~loud) of Portland. Interment was made in The Dalles cemetery by the side of hiswife who passed away six years ago. Dr. Eshel- man came to this community with his imrents in 1878 from California. He was the last of .the four brothers who wez:e well known to the pioneers of Klickitat county. When Dr. Eshel- man finished his college course he located in The Dalles later moving to Portland after retiring from his chosen pr.ofession. 5te Still maintain- ed his home in Portland. He leaves to i is vacationing in Colorado. The mes- sage was sen,t from Pike's Peak and contained greetings. Mr. and Mrs. E. E. B~sse and son Stewart also Miss Mary McKillip motored to Seattle IFriday. The Basses will visit friends and will re- main until after July Fourth. Miss McKillip will visit her sister, Mrs. A~t Swain, and her curet, uncle and cousins, Mr. and Mrs. James Cavan and two daughters 'She plans to stay two weeks. A grass fire at the Erickson place place caused some excitement Men- purchase price has been paid and day afternoon when the wind began deed issued. All sales of state lands are made to blow. It looked as if Mrs. subject to the reservations of oils, Niemela's house would burn but the ]1 gases, coal, ores, minerals and fos- sils of every name, kind and descrip- fighters succeeded in extinguishing I I tion, and to the addRlonal terms and the flames. The only damage done ~ :onditions prescribed in seotion 3 of was charring fances in that part of I] coy [chapter 256 of the Laws of 1907. h Said land will be sold subject to *~he terms, conditions and reserva~ tions of chapter 312 of the Session Laws of 1927, relating to easements for rights-of-way and the carrying of timber, stone, minerals and other products over the same. AJ.,BERT C. MAPdPI~, Ctommissioner of Public Lands. Jly4-AltS--- Royal and Underwood Portable typewriters. Small down payment, balance in small monthly payment. Inquire at The Sentinel. tf You Block Of Ice To Keep Cool a KOOLET Air-conditioning unit installed in your home! l er minute. It's portable... Use it in your office by day and in your home at night. FREE DEMONSTRATION FOR THE ASKING NO OBLIGATION TO BUY ET unit provides 1200 feet of moist, cool, fresh air A family from Klickitat has mov- into the Albert Niva house. We have not learned the name. Miss Carol ,Rice of Seattle is vis- iting Mrs. Linnie Mulligan. She and Mrs. Mulligan will visit Mrs. Mulli- gan's daughters in White S~lmon Thursday. Miss Rice will go to Port- land Friday and then home. Miss Rice is a previous Cen:terville high school teacher. Mrs. Opal Wiidanen returned Men- day from Turner, Oregon where she abtended the Oregon sta~te convention of the Church of Christ the past week. Vernon Beeks and mother came over from Glenwood Sunday. Mr. Becks filled the pulpit for Mrs. Wii- danen. Mrs. Henry Lau.terbach and chil- dren, Jimmie and Lou Ann, were guests of Mrs. Lauterbmch's mother 'Mrs. Linnie Mulligan Wednesday of last week. WISHRAM SOFTBALL TEAM SCORES VICTORY Mrs. R. N. Robertson WISHR~AM~-- (i~peci~.l)---M~rs. El- win Coop, of Caress, returned to visit her folks Mr. and Mrs. Win. Harp Thursday. Her son Jackie has been visiting his grandparents for the past two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Fe~on and son Wallace gone on a two weeks vacation trip. Wishram softball team played the high school team Wednesday eve- ning. Wishram won with a score of 16-4. Mr. and Mrs. Alva Wilson are en- terte,ining her sister, Miss Ddythe Pe~tlcord ,of Reno, Nevada. Mr. and Mrs. Berlt Murphy are pleased to have Mrs. ~Murphy's niece, Phyllis Prison visiting here f.or a while. She had an ~ccident going to the store with some milk bottles. She fell and broke the bottles cutting her hand qut?e badly. Mrs. ~Vlable Terhune had pinochle club Mond~ evening. Potluck dinner was served at 7:00 after which pinochle- was played. Mrs. Bertha Rayburn entertained Pollyanna Sewing club Tuesday eve- ning. Mrs. Clara Davis was the hostess for Thursd~ay evening Sewing club. We are sorry to report that George Dubs is ill in the Mid-Columbia hos- pital in The Dallas. His friends hope he will be b~bter soon. Mrs. George Dubs and daughter June and Frank Egan were in The Dallas Tuesday calling on George Dubs at the Mid-Columbia hospit~.l. Mrs. Tom robin and son Clarence ~nsited at the Harold R~yburn home ursaay. Mrs. George ~ould has returned home from Portland where she has been visiting. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Jordan have m,ovod to V~ucouver. Mrs. Jordan left !Friday afternoon. Mrs. Theresa P~obertson will move b~ck from Po~t- land and live in her home vacated by the Jorduns. Mrs. Stolte has gone back to her home in Whitefish, Montana, after visiting her two sons Bill and Kenny here. Ferm St olte is sta.ying on .for a longer visit wi, th her brothers: Kathleen Stout visited a few days in P~rtland the past week. Mr. and ~Irs. M. S. Lee enter, tained company for the past week. l~llton Montgomery spent several days in Whitefish, Montana with his folks the pa~t week. Mr. ~nd Mrs. L. E. John and daughter Ireta were shopping in Goldendale Thursday. Mrs. R. N. Robertson and daugh- ter Dorothy Ann and Mrs. R. C. Chit- tester were in The Dallas Friday eve- ning. Ralph Delaney, Nola Delaney e~nd Mrs. Clyde Leachman drove to E1- lensburg Friday to visit Velma Gib- son and the Warren family. Goldendale - Washington You can have all the advantages of local financing, local insurance phcement, quick service and low cost when you buy a car under our auto loan plan. Before you buy, investigate this service. After you buy, you'll be glad you did. Sportsmen Will Meet On Monday Lewis River Area Closed To Ordinary Tourists As Matter Of Protection Forest fire regulations are now in effect in all national forests, K. C. Langfield, district ranger stationed at Guler announced this week. The regulations became effective July 1 and will continue in operation until pounds; one shovel not less than 36 inches with blade not less than eight inches wide; and one water container of at lea,st one gallon capacity. No smoking is allowed while traveling through national forests except on paved or surfaced high- ways. Camp fire permits may be ob- tained at ranger and guard sbations. Equipment will be checked at those points. Oamp fire permits for the Goose lake and'Twin Buttes camps will be issued at Paterson guard station. Permits for campers on Bird Creek may be obba.ined at Gotchen creek guard station, the state fire hall in G*lenwood or at the Mt. Adams rang- er station in Trout Lake. Permit~ for the Little White Salmon area will be Members of the Klickibat County Hunters and Anglers club will meet mt Centervllle Monday evening, July 8, to discuss plans for the ~pring Creek state fish hatchery dedication. This dedication which will feature a talk by Governor Clarence D. Mar- tin is tentatively scheduled for July 14. The Ce~tervtlle meeting will be held in the K. of P. h~ll, Martin L~lmiJarvi, club secretary said. BICKLETON RESIDENTS BATTLE GRASS FIRE BI,CK~Et~ON --- (,Special) -- A small fire believed to have started! from a cigarette l~onday morning l in Pine Creek was put ouJt by about 50 local people. The Sire did little damage. Mr. and Mrs. Eaten Gaines and Mr. and Mrs. ~'red Everett picnicked Sunday in Pine Creek. ,Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Collins, Har- land Shultz wer~t to church Sunday in Sunnyside. Mrs. H~zel Jensen and Billy spent last week in Glenwood with her mother. Russell Faulkner and Miss Hum- fen arrived at the home of his per- en.ts, Mr.. and Mrs. W. G. Faulkner. They left Sunday. ,Mrs. James A. Fowler and Molly and Donald left for their home in 2~acoma Sunday. They have been vis- iting Mrs. Fowler"s parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. G.- l~ulkner for sometime. Mr. and Mrs. Tone Donaho and Mr. and Mrs. Rossier went on a plc- nic to Rimrock Saturday. They re- turned home .Sunday. A. L. :Powers bought a new com- bine to harvest this year. A number of the Bickleton people are planning .to go to Rimrock Lake on a picnic to celebrate the Fourth. William C. Reese, of Yakima, wrecked,t his car on the turn in the road near the H. Sha~ttuck home Sun- day. All the occupants in the car were injured. _. Among the people wh~ were in ;~unnyside Sunday were Mrs. Hazel Jensen, Clarence Me~redy, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Pl~-t,t-H:0pkins-enter- sp?d the.dUmmm~ing w~ held in t*~.ined Mr. and Mrs. Tim Delaney, !Portland Thursday. All the commls- Mr. and Mrs. Dale M,onahan and Mr. I sioners from this OOUI~ty went. I.t was 0 Box Factory Scores First Win In Second Half Play; Holiday This Week SOP]PBAIzL STANDINGS W.L. Pct. Camp Goldend~le 2 0 1000 Box Factory 1 0 1000 Wishram 1 1 .500 High School 0 1 000 Red & White 0 I 00,0 ialto Club 0 1 000 Games Next Week Red & White vs. High School----Mon- day Box ,Factory vs. CCC---Wednesday Camp Goldendale's softball team scored i~s second victory of the sea- son Monday evening to take over the top rung in the Simcoe association*s second half standings. The Box Factory team, first half winners, scored an impressive 15 to 0 win over the Red & White to keep in ~he undefeated circle. Wishram split Rs two games taking the first 9 to 4 from the high school and dropping the second 8 to 9 to the Camp ten. ~he short scores of last week's games follow: B. H. R. E. Wishrsm ........... 39 9 16 2 High School ........ 26 4 4 14 ,Batteries: Wishram, ~onahan and J~hn; high school---&I~tch and Blggs. B. H. IL E. Red & White ....... I'" 29 5 0 5 Box ~[~actory ........ 37 13 15 2 B~tteries: Factory --- Sanders and 'H. Spalding; Red & White---Lear and Snider. B. H. R. E. OCC ................ 28 6 9 4 Wishram ............ 33 10 8 3 Batteries: Camp Goldendale Stepanovich, Peckney and 5"elf; Wishr~m--I~gichire and A. John. and Mrs: Karl Krauspe and daughter I rel~orted that they spoke favorably"" " s--~qarria"~ at an amminum dinner Frid,a.y eve- on our R.E.A. district as a whole. ning. .. .. , , ] A meeting with Dr. Raver of Port- zvrrs, t~eorge ~elpn and children l land was held Friday. This meeting returned home Thursday from Pasco. I of the P U.D. included four counties: Albert Winsor, 17, ,of Toppenish, ~Mrs. Charles Clark and daughter iKlicki, ta~ Benton, Franklin end Slut- and Betty Lou Reagan, 16, of Zillah, Valoris were in Goldendale on busi- mania. They agreed to cooperate one hess S~turd~a.y morning, hundred percen~ on any proposition at Goldendale, July I. Three day Mr. and Mrs. Harold Kraus have a jat any time. law waived by court commissioner. new Chevrolet. Thursday of last week Mr. and ..... M~r. and Mrs. George Rayburn are Mrs. l~oy Hosfelt and Betty Hazel l ~e~gnvon Williams, 40, and Ellen sporting a new Chew'olet. went to .Spokane to ~chelf nephey's,[Planer, 18, both of The Dalles, at Mrs. Irvin Lester is here visiting Themes Jacob Williams, Jr.'s, wed-[Goldendale her son I~ster Smith a few days this ' , July 1. ding. He married Jane Akers at a C. D. Morton, 23, and Rosalie P. Logan, 18, both of Arlington, Ore., past week. Mr. Smith is reported lovely church wedding. Mr. and Mrs. getting be~ter. Hosfelt and Miss I-Lazel also visited Mr. *a.nd M~rs. Ray Lewis had via- Mrs. Ricketts at Prescott and Irvan itors Friday evening. Johnson at B~ton. They returned The Bunn family have company home Sunday. from Yakima for a few days. Mrs. Earl Zumv~alt has been stay- Mr. and Mrs. Elisha Davis and]ing with Mrs. P~oy Hosfel.t and help- Mr. and Mrs. Ed W~rford and daugh- lug with her work this past week. tar were in ~oldendale Wednesday She plans to stay for sometime. night. Mrs. Frank Barlow and Helen[ Both daughiters of Portland visited Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hosfelt Sunday. Skar accompanied Mr. Barlow to the They took their children, Betty, Billy ball game Wednesday evening, and Bob back to Portland with them. Others who e~ttended the hall game were Mr. and Mrs. O. E. John, Mrs R. N. Robertson, Mrs. R. C. Chi~tes- ter, Mrs. Leonard Wood, Mrs. Lester John, Mrs. Dale Monahan, Jim Mills, Roy Cochran, Leo Cook, Howard Baldwin and Phyllis Frison. Mrs. Red Piece is out of town this week. ,Mr. and Mrs. Bill IAngo had corn- pany from V, ancouver Sunday. Mrs. Lingo's brother who spent the past week bare retu, rned to Vancouver Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Lucer and children were in Ooldendale on business Mon- d~.y. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Monahan, Mr. ~nd Mrs. Lester John and daughter, and 54re. Art Rayburn and chil- d'ren, and Mr. and Mrs. George Ray- burn and children spent Sunday pic- nicking near Lyle. Mr. Monahan played ball with Lyle Sunday. In the evening they all ~ttended the show in Crold endale. Mr. and Mrs. O. E. John and Alvin John shopped in The Dallas Saturday evening. Wishram softball team played the Mrs. Roy Hosfelt and Mrs. ~Iazel were in Sunnyside Monday on busi- ness. A group of young people went on a picnic to Box .Springs Sunday. They were Leona Brown, Agnes Coil, Al- bert Coil, Joe Robert, Jack Jensen, ~thel Shockley, Orpha Jensen, lUrancis Naught, Betty and Bud Mat- sen and Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Everett. Ethel Shockley, of S~nnyside, is visiting Orpha Jansen this week. Mrs. Charles Jensen, who has been at St. Martins Mineral springs, re- ,turned home Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Jensen, Mr. and Mrs. N. B. $~atsen and Mrs. Brown and sons picnicked in Pine Creek Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Smith and Don were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. George Jarls. Mr. and Mrs. Roseler were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. George Mat- sen Sunday. iMrs. Oalvin Crider and Marybetl~ spent the day Sunday wRh Mr. and Mrs. George Matsen. IMr. and Mrs. Claud Williams were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. C~C Monday evening and lost by a Charley Williams. score of 9-8. V--M~s. Olen Yarnell and Willis were M,rs. ,Margaret Monahan is beck to in Goldendale Saturd~ on business. work in the store after a ten day vacation. Mr..and Mxs. Ralph iFen,ton and son Wallace returned Saturday from their vacation. Mr. Fenton reorted back to work in the store Monday. ,Mrs. Phil ~qewman of Husum, and Mrs. Nathalie Opdyke of Bend, are visiting with their mother, Mrs. Frances Hayes. Mrs. Leonard W~od was in Gold- Mrs. O~car Anderson visaed in endale on business Monday. Monday night Pinochle club met wRh Mrs: Hazel Walsh this week. i ~The rip-track and section crew were busy most of the night Monday. Four cars were disaranged on the track beside the roundhouse. The section crew w~s cut down on Saturday. Formerly the crew num- bered fifteen, now there only are eigh]t, working. Mrs. George Gould left town Mon- day to live in Portland. Her brothers came up for her and her household g~ods. Mr. and M~rs. Gamon moved In,to the Pete Lee duplex vacated by the George Gould family. Mrs. Verniece Leachma.n entertain- ed Pollyanna Sewing club Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs. James Hayes and daughter SalIy were in ,Goldendale M~nday. ,Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Anderson and H~rold l~ayburn were in The I)alles on business Monday afternoon. i Mrs. Orville Hemm and son Bruce ~of Lyle spe~t Monday visiting m town. Julius Eg~shlra was home over the weekend. Miss Lillian Webb had comI~any from Stevenson one day last week. l~rtland ,the ~rst of the week. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Lantry are entertaining Mr. and Mrs. William Weber end son Bill of Opokane. The Webers have Just returned from a trip east. 0 Klickitat Nine Will Meet Top- penish Here Sunday; Acorns Defeat Nippons 5 To 3 After scoring their second straight win of the second half season at Wapato last ,Sunday, the Klickttat Oaks will be gunning for a first div- ision place this week when they meet Toppenish on Brooks field, July 7. The Oaks scored a 5 to 3 win over the strong Wapato Nippons last Sun- day when Inf..lie, p~tching his sec- ond game for the Klickitat club, held the Japanese to four scattered hits. ~he Oaks collected seven hits, two of them three-baggers, off the Wap- ata chucker. ~ete Smith, Washing- ton State' College intramural ~e, started his ~lrst game at second for the Oaks and col4ected one hit. Hts fielding bolstered the entire infield. Two Triples Don Ri,~'zschke and Watkins, Acorn outfielders, rattled the boards with three-base hits. Ritzschke's drive lacked inches of being a home run. Ing~lls struck out 14 and allowed only four walks. The Wepato Nippon hitters are regarded as the most dif- ficult team in the Yakima Valley lea- gue to pitch to. Klickit~t had five runners left on base, M~re G~ ,The Toqrpenlsh game here Sunday ks the next to ~t'he last League appear- tnce of the O~ks on Brooks field this year. Only three league games re- main before the end of the eseond h~lf Yakima valley season. :M~nager George Cox's team, If it can keep up its recent winning streak, has an excellent chance to finish in ,he money this half. A~ R H E Klickitat Oaks ...... 35 5 7 3 Wapato ............ 37 3 4 1 BsLtteries: Klickitat--~Ingalle and G. Cox; Wapato---4naba and Umento. Umpries, Masto and McCoy. BRIDAL SHOWER HELD AT LEE DARLAND HOME CP~F'PON P~R,~I~ ---~ (~Im~tal) ---A bridal shower was given at the Lee Darland home Monday after- noon in honor of Dvelyn Freer. Those attending Uhe shower were: Mrs. Henry Clarence, Mrs. Ray Den,~ley, Mrs. Harry Freer, Mrs. Glen Curtis, Grandma Freer, Mrs. G~'orge Kraus, Mrs. Allyn Counts, Mrs. Ernest Counts, Mrs. Bowen of BI,0ckhou~e, Mrs. Hu~b Freer of Bickle~n, Mrs. Wintersteln of Spring Creek, Mrs. Richardson, Mrs. VanHoy and daughters Wanda and Jean and Mrs. Ed Karge, all of Goldendale, Miss Elnora Freer and the hostess. Mr. and Mrs. Willis Beaver, of Portland, were Thursday evening supper guests at the Allen Counts Two of the Warren children of Ellensburg axe visiting friends in town this week. Mr. and Mrs. George Bunn were out-of-town on Sunday afternoon.. Mrs. Frances Nelson of Portland, is visiting at the ~l~om Delaney home a few days. M~'s. H. E~ Smith has been out-of- town. ~he returned home M~nday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Egashira enter- tained company last Sunday. They numbered thirty. Mr. and Mrs. It. C. C~lttester and at Goldendale, July 6. NEWS FROM HARTLAND AREA IS CHRONICLED HAR~L,A~IN-- (~pectal) ----Keith West of Lylo returned to his home Fr lde~y m~ning. The Fourth must be on its way as fire crackers seem to be a big at- traction. Mr. and Mrs. Waiter Omeg and family were callers in Goldendale last Wednesday. Van Sorenaens of Lyle were callers on the Prairie Wednesday. i Miss Vera HewZtt called at her i home Wednesday evening. ,Miss MeKenzie end Ann Houston were business visitors in Lyle Tues- day. John Miller called on the farmers one day last weak. Harry ~ttggers of Lyle Is staying at the J. H. McCoy farm. Harry Moore and wife are visiting at the C. A. Johnson farm until after the Fourth. Mr. Weaver was a caller at the J. ill. ~c~oys Friday. Mrs. Carl ~tump and family called on Mrs. White Thursday afternoon. C. A. Johnson and family were in WhRe Salmon l~riday. Mrs. Beattie's nephew from home. Mr. and Mrs. Beaver had Just . returned from a two weeks mobor trip to .IX~or~h Dakota, Yellowstone park and Grand Coulee dam. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Counts and family, were Sunday visitors at the Brashear home at Goodnoe Hills. Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Clarence are visiting at Centerville for a few days. Mr. Clarence returned recent- ly from the Yakima hospital where he underwent a major operation. George Kraus and son Harla~ were Sunday dinner guests tt the Clam Zlelinski home. ]Wyoming arrived Wednesday morn- ing to spend the summer. Mr. and Mrs. ~t. Lawrence and Ruby and C. S. Houston were in Goldendale ~hursday. :Mrs. I~ls Cl~rk and ~amily spen~t Sunday in I~lo. ~r. and Mrs: J. H. McCoy were callers in Lyle Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. EMward Niehlas and family of ~ttle are visitors of Mr. and Mrs earl S~ump and Mr. and Mrs. William White. Mr. Nlchl~ has been working in ~at~le on, the floating bridge th&t le to be opened to the public July 3, Mr. and Mrs Nlchlas will return to ~btle after the Fourth. F SH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES THE BEST MERCHANDISE . . . THE BEST PRICES AND THE BEST SERVICE POSSIBLE children, Mr. and Mrs R. N. Robert- FF~ Delivery in Town . ~one 9~ son and children and Mr. and Mrs. * * O. E. John fished on the Kllckltat Sunday. , ................ -.~-.v~ ~i !1