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ii ~i Tuberculosis League Meets Convention reports were given at the regular meeting of the Klickitat county Tuberculosis league held last Wednesday evening. Mrs. John Mil- lam, league president, and Mrs. Lowell Smith, executive secrotray, reported on the state organization's recent convention in Everett. Dr. Gerald Turley, county health officer, gave a repo~t on the recent meeting of state public health offi- cers held in Seattle. 401 In County Receive Help A total of 401 people in Klickitat county received general assistance through the state social securtty de- THE GOLDEN'DALE SENTINEL--Goldendale Washington Two Californians Members of tbo ,ebekah lodge Face Charges Here will meet at tl~e home of Mrs. Alice ' Green vn East Main street Tuesday afternoon"at 1:30 for their regular Second degree assault charges were filed against Robert Prothero potluck luncheon. and Joe Slayton, California appl~ 'pickers, in superior court here last County's Program Favored week. Prothero and Slaybon, who were arrested two weeks ago for questioning in regard to an attack on Jack Ramsby and Toot Crews, of Gihner, are being held in the county jail pending their arraignment. Edgar H. Canfield, county prose- Plans for an extensive R.E.A. pro- gram through Klicki~tat county re- ceived tente~tive approval from Bon- neville engineers at a Pacific North- west rural electrification meeting held in Pm~tland last Thursday. The Klickitat county public utility district was represented at the Port- land meeting by M. A. Collins, Mar-!gation. partment during the month of May. This figure included those receiv- speakers at the Portland R.E.A.i Frank Ltnden's extensive farming lug old age assisLe.nce, aid to the meeting, i ope~a.tions in fhe Klickitat valley blind and aid to dependen,t children. The number receiving assistancei were the subject of a feature article amounted to4 per cent of the couu-iCondemnation iin a recent issue of "Tractor Farm- ty's population, t ing," International Harvester com- Glallam county with only 2.4 per[ Action Filed:puny publication. cent of its population receiving as-! The story contained illustrations sistance had the lowest t~te. AsotinI Condemnation proceedings were of Linden's farm equipment and county with 8.4 per cent had the I filed Thursday against John A. Wein- i showed the Linden boys, ])u~ne and highest rate. gartner, of ,Husum, by the state of Calvin operating tractors. The article Washington for a highway right-of- described the Linden farm as one of HA_ND 1NJURED !way. the best equipped in the Northwest. Vera Savage, daugh,ter of Mr. and In this action the state asks for Mrs. l~oy Savage, of Roosevelt, re- right-of-way through certain por-i Mrs. Fred Whitney and grand- ceived treatment for a hand injuryl! tions of land owned by Weingartner. daughter, Sharon Hunley, of He- early ~his week. Her hand was~ The property would be used for im- quiam, spent several days visiting caught in a we, shing machine wring-t provements planned on state second-Mrs. Whitney's parents Mr. and Mrs. er. ary highway No. 8-D. ~,A. G. Harris and other relatives. Become a regular Safeway customer you' on way to lower living costs and higher li i j I d. Kitchen Craft 49-1b. "Guaranteed" Sack SALAD DRESSING Qt. AIRWAY lb. bag 12 3.lb. beg Edwards Coffee 2-lb. can Canferbury Tea, O.P. V2 lb. 25c Marshmallows, Fluffiest lb. |Oc Cherub Milk 4 tall cans 25c Karo Syrup (Blue Lab) 5-1b 35c Pears Harper House 21/2 cn 19C Corn, Country Home 2's cn I 0c 46-oz 15c Tom. Juice, O~WN Hershey Cocoa I-lb. can 14c Kingsford Starch 2. pkgs. i~c Jell-Well, Asstd. Z pkgs. 9c Sk~rtenlng, Royal Satin 31b 42C i ,leach, White Magic ]/2 gl. lYc 'our FREE TRIAL PKB. WhlteKiegCr.~ap2l-oz21c S~ SOAP. Palmolive Soap 2 cakes 11c Lux Flakes, 12-oz. pkg. 21c I o ...... dl,& I . Lux Toilet Soap 3 cakes 17c not ...... For Friday and Saturday Only Picnics, lb. ............ 19c Swift's, Boned and Tied Sliced Bacon, lb. ...... 19c Rind off Pure Lard, 4 lbs. ....... 29c Pork Roast, lb. ........ llc Picnic Style Pork Steak, lb ........ 15c Veal Steak, lb. ........ 19c Lamb Stew, lb. ........ 10c Lamb Roast, lb ........ 15c Sliced Halibut, lb ...... 17c By The Piece @BRANDED GRAIN FED STEER BEEF SALE Sirloin Steak, lb .... 29c T-Bone Steak, lb... 29c Beef Roast, lb ...... 18c Blade Cut Beef Roast, lb ...... 21c Arm Cut Sliced Salmon, lb ...... 19c Court News Given For Week's Period In the case of J. H. Blunt, vs. School District No. 35, it is ordered, adJud~,ed~" and decreed by the Cou~'t that the a~tion be, and the same is dismissed without prejudice and the defendants have Judgment against the plaintiff for its costs and dis- bursements made and expended. Pinal decree of divorce is entered in the case of Blanche Clark vs. J. I. Clerk. Interloctuory decree of divorce is entered in the case of S. B. Marlow, vs. Inga Marlow. The property set- tlement made between parties is con-: firmed by the Court. In the case of Adjustment Depart_ merit, Retail Credit Association of Vancouver, vs. J. M. Park et al, it appearing to the Court that the cause has been settled between parties, therefore it is ordered and decreed theft the action be, and the same is dismissed with prejudice. In the case of Charles W. Hall and wife, vs. Edward S. Peer, it appear- ing to the Court that the parties haw settled their differences, it is-there- fore ordered and decreed that the action be, and it is dismissed with prejudice, ~nd without costs to eith. er party. Orders are entered which grant :*~ Jhe ~Board of County Commission- ers extra compensation as follows: S. F. Wnuk, 4 days general adminis- tration, $24.00 and $8.25 necessary expenses incurred; 15 days e~ road supervisor, $90.00: Elmer Kamholz, 4 days general administration, $24, $13.55 for the use of his car and $3.50 necessary expenses incurred; 14 days as road supervisor, $84.00 and $33.95 for the use of ht~ car: Alfred M. M~,tsen, 3 days general administration, $18.00, $9.00 for the use of his car and $5.50 necessary expenses incurred; 16 days as road supervisor, $96.00 and $2,5.75 for the use of his car. Information is .filed which charges T. A. Hildenbrand wfth the crime of Grand I.~rceny, when he did, on or about the 8th day of May, take and carry away certain lumber of the value of more than $25, and being then and there the property of E. L. Monzingo. Upon being ezraigned the defendant plead Not Guilty which said plea is ordered entered. Information is filed which charges L. A. Crocker with the crime of Grand Larceny, when he did, on or about May 8th, take and carry away .certain lumber of the value of more than $2~5, and being then and there the property of E. L. Monzingo. Up- on being arrigned, the defendant plead Not Guilty which ~aid plea is ordered entered. Action is started by Mitchell, Lew- is & Stater Co., vs. Ernest Caldwell, doing business as Caldwell Motors. Plaintiff prays judgment against the defendant for the sum of $139.78, together with interest and costs. The 'complaint alleges thV, t on or about July 22, 1937, the plaintiff at the request of defendant and at an agreed price, sold and delivered to defend- ants a certain tMyers Water System together with ~, motor and tank for the sum of $139.78, and that no part of same has been paid. Action is instituted by E. L. Men. zingo and wife against rr. A. Hilden- brand and L. A. Crocker. The com- plaint allages thet the plaintiffs are the owners of a saw mill upon the ~SbtSE~ Sec. 12, Tp. 4 N. R. 11; that the defendants have no right or in" terest whatever in the said mill; that a short time ago the defendants un- le, wfully entered upon the lands took possession of the mill and that the plaintiffs had ready to saw into lumber; that the defendants sawed the said logs into lumber and ties and removed the same from the premises and ~ttempted to sell same as their own; that defendants refused to permit plaintiffs to possession of the mill or to come up on the property where the mill is located; that the defendants are ir_ responsible and not able to respond in damages ~s the plaintiffs wouid sustain by reason of their wrongful acts; that the mill has a reasonable value of $1,000.00. It is ordered by the Court ~hat the defendants appeex i before the Court on June 18th and show cause why they should not be enjoined and restrained, during the pendency of the action, from in any manner interfering with the saw mill or any parts thereof. In the case of Walther-Williams Co. vs. C. V. M~wen, it IS ordered that the action be, and the same is dismissed with prejudice. Thursday, July Civil Service Positions Open Local residents interested in up-' plying [or positions in the army transport service, quar,termaster corps, of the War Department should :eontect the manager of the eleventh U. S. Civil Service district in Seattle immediately. ~--~ Katherine Willis left an auto trip to Uhe Atlantic They plan to spend n~ost of ~l',~l r~llJ~"t~~ I sum~ner in [he East and W, ork is nearly compl.eted on! .ew M,r. and Mrs. Bert Rogers le[t'[n cement tennis courts last Saturday for Kelso where t;heyed at Gearl~art Neils home in will make their home. Mrs. Rogers itat. is the former Ruth Crevling. Mr. and Mrs. E~ldon Becks Mrs. Lela Thomson was in Canby, Joe Jobe, of l~ortland, were in Applications must be on file at the Oregon lm~t week to attend the fu- Seattle office in the federal building tneral services for her grandson who was dr,o:wn at that p~ace not later ~than July 29. Persons pass-I ing the examination and receiving appointments would receive duty in the Philippine islands, C~nal Zone, or Hawaii. ende2e Sunday for the Hamilton | ily reunion. Dr. D. V. Ogievsky, of Klickitat, First Polo Game was a Goldendale business visitor[ S h d l d Monday. C e u e Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Allison left f Tuesday for Portland and the Ore-I Local horsemen wfll get their Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Potter, ot gon coast where Shey plan t,o spend l~olo e~xperience Sunday, July Portland, are spending a few days several days vacationing. On their when picked teams of riders return trip they will drive up the[by Harry Dunn and Frank this week at the C. E. Jackel home in Washington coast and across to I meet in the Jamboree arena at Centervllle. Bobby Jackel, who had Yakima by way of the Naches pasS tcounty fair grounds. spent the past e~hree weeks in Port-~ higqrway. They plan to return Sun-I A numJber of Toppenish polo land with the Potter's, returned to day evening, l er,s will be in Goldendale to his home with them. Virginia Norris spent the past I the local horsemen and to ,Mr. and Mrs. Gee. Garner, of Cen-lweekend in Portland on businees . ;~ +," ........... tervllle, will entertain member~ of[ ~,~, ~ne entombing. All pome~ ~the Jeekel family and friends July .Mrs. Russell Hardin and daughter in the game will be inexperie 4th. Among those who will be pres- i Willetta let last Sunday for Albany, l A small 6harge 'will be made Ore., to spend a week there visiting lspectabors This money will go ent include, Mr. and Mrs. August!her aunt, Mrs. Emma Applegate. the Ja.m!boree fund. The polos Jackel, Mr. and Mrs. C. Jackel and Russell Hardin will join them there will be held Sunday afternoon. son, Bobby, Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Pot- next weekend and they will go to ter, of Portland, and Mr. and Mrs.the coast for a two week's vacation. QUALIFIES FOR pO~EP J. H. Abshler and family and Mr. Work was started last week on A.J. Ahol~ who a month ago and ,Mrs. A. J. Niva, of Goldend~le. the construction of a new barn on appointed to fill out the Mrs. Emma White, of Yakima, was the Howard Mastera ranch near term of justice of the peace for in Goldendale Sunday for ,the Hamil- Centerville. The structure will beendale Tuesday posted his bond ton family reunion. 84x58 feet and will be built on qualified for the office. He Mrs. Harry Wil~on and daughter, modern lines. Dean Gillenwat~rs be availabl~ on call for justice of Miss Velma W.ilson, were Golden- poured the cement i~or the building's peace work. dale visitors lastThursday from foundation. Bickleton. Miss Dorothy Allison and Miss I read It in The Sentinel. Try shopping by phone at The Star, ,-:= ...... Every order is given special utter" ...... tion and delivery is made right to " your door. A trial will convince yoUl VALUES FOR FRIDAY, SATURDAY AND MONDAY Superb Refined in Lux Flakes, large ....... 19c Matches, 2 cartons ...... 25c Soda Pop, all flavors, 7 .. 25c Union Coffee, 3 lbs. .... Tuna Flakes, 2 cans ..... 25c Wheaties, package ..... 10c Crackers, 6 lb. box ...... 79c Ida Dell Corn, 30Ys, 3 for 25c Lindy Peas, 30Ys, 3 for... 25c Life Buoy Soap, 4 bars... 25c S & W Peas, No. 2 ....... 14c Grapfruit Juice, No. 5 can 17c S & W Coffee, 2 lb. can... 49c Minced Clams, can ...... 16c Mixed Nuts, lb .......... 15c Beef Tongue, lb ...... 10c Side Bacon, lb. ...... 13c By The Piece Cottage Cheese, pt... 10c Full Cream Lunch Meat, 2 lbs. .... 25c Minced Ham Boston Butts, lb., ..... 17c For Baking or Frying FREE DELIVERY PHONE 1152 SERVICE GOLDENDALI THE BEST IN GROCERIES AND FINEST QUALITY INSPECTED MEATS Goldendale Meat Co. quality inspected meats are guara " teed to please you and we always sell for less ! ! Young Mutton Chops, lb.. 8c Mutton Roast, lb ......... 7c Fresh Pork Shanks, lb.... 6c Calf Brains, lb ........... 3c Pure Lard, 4 lbs. for ..... 26c Steer Beef Roast, lb ..... 15c Finest Quality Liver, 2 lbs. for ......... 15c Breast of Veal, lb ....... 10c We carry the largest stock of fresh fish of sli kinds, lunch meats and Klickitat Valley's finest steer beef. And our prices are c sistently the lowest. e FRUITS and VEGETABLES CANNING APRICOTS BY THE APPLE GRAPEFRUIT, 3 for ............... BOX .... Lowest Prices NEW POTATOES, No. 1, 12 lbs. for.. LETTUCE, head. .................... ORANGES, 3 d en "Homo of Klickitat Valley's Finest Inspected Meats" -