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I think they'll e before it catches mean more than beauty-- and provide recreation wrote this tried to Fourth of July. league that doesn't sound enough to cut the mustard as the "'Ball and Chair" know who was the first to go hunting last fall, a game department release clue: "Starting off the elk I Will be General Bull." be Booster Might." A new plane landed at the '." I hope right side up here on bussness." a kissin" cousin here. turnkey dinner." jail fare? are planned in personnel. or rats." Maybe if the)" "He has finished his in the Na3'." is also an author and- written 'Ho to Prepare Games,.,' Like Post Office the centennial is Pet will be kept and fUture royalty. The Hair year will go to...." A were later given the rotted primroses." Bet back. "Gale Hooker was Wearing a deep ink floor- a cooked food and bulb iris? "Much in evidence hood dogs." Aw, of them are hoods. at The Dalles Dam Who interrupted the wilderness back- docks." before the dam ruined and netting of Indians." ys spoiling the white board Lyle / Board met Thursday. Kathy Bean, Willis Jim Spalding, F. Jones, Bud Turner, and Selma Cochenour. the budget and and planning hired for August and a be hired. will be sometime week of August. KATHLEEN WEDDLE, bride of S. Dean Sizer, is ewted down   by keg fafher Ed Waddle. The beautiful garden wedding  was held in the languishing dusk light Saturday evening. Weddle, Sizer are wed A garden at dusk was setting Saturday for the marriage of Kathleen I,ouise Weddle and S. Dean Sizer. The ceremony was held at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. Ed Weddle, Goldendale. Mr. and Mrs. Stan S. Sizer, Granger, are parents of the bridegroom. Denise Weddle was maid of honor for her sister. Bridesmaids were Donna Stafford, Connie Zellar, Mary Peterson, Liz Brokaw and Debbie Woolley. GLENWOOD--TilIie Williams The annual Wellenbrock picnic was held at the Glenwood Grange Hall July 2. Ninety members and 13 guests were present. A surprise birthday party honoring Lihvon Bolt on her 75th birthday was held at the Skip Burril residence July 23. All seven of her children were present: Mary and Paul Laddges; Roy and Betty Bolt and Bobble and Becky, Portland; Edwin and Helen Eaton: Jim and Linda Bolt and Carol, Greg and Tommy, Portland; Lily and Bill Allen and Earl and Jess, Yakima; Lilian and John Eaton and Darla, Diane Elwess appointed Grange youth director Robert L. (Bob) Elwess, Olympia and formerly Centerville, has been appointed youth director of the State Grange, the Grange News reports. He replaces Larry Walls who resigned. Elwess is employed by the State High- way Department. His wife is the former Barbara Eshelman, Centervffle. They have a son Jeff, 10. CENTERVILLE--LiIIy Carter Danny, Brent and Kris Cameron, Susan Cosner and Jeff Elwess attended 4-H camp last week. Betty and Kay Cameron were sponsors. .Mr. and .Mrs. Bill Olson attended the funeral service for Ed Winsery at Kelso last Thursday. He was the husband of Helen Witikka, former resident of this area. Rosemary Sizer and Sharon Sizer were flower girls. Bruce Sizer was best man for his brother. Max Bigby, Larry Sizer, Earl Sizer, Ken Fuerst and Jerry Waddle, brother of the bride, were groomsmen. After a honeymoon to the coast, the newlyweds will reside in Yakima. She is a graduate of Yakima Valley College and he also attended that school. Mr. and Mrs. Verner Ahola, Seattle, who had been on vacation in California, stopped for a visit at the Edna Simi's home Wednesday earoute to Pullman to visit their daughter Janice and family, and the John Wassons before returning home. Mrs. Clarence Walz and children went to Quincy Wednesday to visit her parents. Her aunt, Mrs. Pearl Cooper and son Tom from Wahkon, Mn., returned with them. Sunday they spent the day at Redmond visiting the reindeer farm, the Peterson Rock Garden and the Lava Cave. Mr. and Mrs. Al Snyder, Redmond, and. daughter Allison Botsford, Yakima, were Friday visitors of the Lambert Youngs. Brian Simi and Elmer Reed were guests last week of Brian's half-sister, Mr. and Mrs. Michael Hastings, Yakima. Alice Lanegan enjoyed a visit last week from her daughters' families, Mr. and complete Mrs. Warren Young and children Danny and Randy, Stevenson, and Maizie training Abercrombie and daughter Peggy, and Bruce Kubler, Star Goldendale. Troop 551, recently Mr. and ,Mrs. LeRoy Ziegler and Leader Instructor Melanie and Kern, Underwood, were in New now pass on the in- at sessions on the was received in leadership and I of Mr. and Mrs. Stewart Kubler the son of Goldendale. CROSS BENEFIT disaster fund PARTY JULY 312 p.m. Federal Bldg. and Dale, Yakima, and Shirley and Skip Burrfl and Sharlene, Belinda, Valerie and Jeanne. Others present were: Errol and Leona Andrews and Brenda, Wade and Stanley; Don and Ruby Whitchurd, Portland, and Start and Margaret Lacas, Vancouver, with three of their six children. Recent vacationers in the valley were Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Wellenbrock and their children, Brookings, and Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Burgess and Lisa, Oakland. The class reunion for classes '47 through '62 was attended by 110 at the dinner and more than 150 at the picnic. Visiting at the Osmar Kuhnhausens recently were her son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe McNames, Denver. Vern Kuhnhausen, oldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Ted Kuhnhausen, recently spent a week visiting his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Elwood LaDue, Stevenson. REBEKAH-ODD FELLOWS PICNIC SET The annual Rebekah-Odd Fellow picnic will be held Sunday, July 30, at Brooks Park. Families and friends are invited. Donation guests of the Harold Eshelmans Sunday. The Harold Pearls are enjoying an extended visit from her sister Mrs. Harvey Wright, Tacoma. Georgia Frost and her eight children, Firwood, spent Sunday with her mother, Mrs. Alice Lanegan. Mrs. Cecil Ward and daughter Mrs. Jody Granum, Goldendale, returned Friday from a visit with another daughter, Mrs. Clyde Weaver, San Diego. While there the Wards were presented with another grandson, John Patrick Weaver. Dr. and Mrs. Edward Brasmer and daughter from Manteca, Cal., were guests of the Myron Garrett and Mary Sarrat families last Tuesday and Wednesday. Mark Kayser Jr., Ellensburg, visited at the Wick Palmer home. He was a con- testant at Fort Dallas Rodeo Saturday. Mrs. Monte Thomas and baby Terrill spent the weekend with her mother Ina Kayser and other relatives and returned to Walla Walla Sunday. Nola Kayser is visiting in Grass Valley with the Max Nogle family. Those attending the Toppenish Jr. Rodeo this weekend were: Kristi Cameron, Mike, Susan and Judy Dove, Bill and BOb Shupe, Nancy, Noma, Nora, Ned and Nate Kayser and Teresa Palmer. Ned won first in junior break-away roping, Nancy third in senior division goat tying and Teresa won the junior barrel racing. Molly and JJ Beckwith, Portland, are visiting the Ted Olsens while their mother recuperates at home from major surgery. Now at The EVERGREEN tl_!!00E #r THE DEE JAYS & DIXIE. PLAYING FRIDAY & SATURDAY - 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. AT EI/ERgiEEg CAFE Main & Columbus GOLDENDALE 7734mN Thursday, July 27, 1972 -- The Gddendale Sentinel -- 5 i This and That from Klickitat KLICKITAT--Geraldine Maupin Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Kempf and son from Hawaii paid a brief visit to Klickitat, Mr. Kempf's birthplace, one day last week. We learned that Mr. Kempf's father, J. M. Kempf, was the second man to serve Grace Lutheran Church here as pastor. Guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ward Smith last week were Mr. and Mrs. Gaff Stefonik, Rhinelander, we., Dr. and Mrs. James IAndsey, Oakland. Ross Fink, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Fink, spent a few days in the White Salmon hospital last week with a virus. Mr. and Mrs. Art Dahl returned last week from a month long trip to Finland where they visited with relatives. Guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Maupin and at the John Meads home from Saturday until Monday were Mr. and Mrs. John Collver, Burbank. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Price, Tacoma, were overnight guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Bonus Sunday night. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Maupin drove over to Kennewick Sunday where they visited WARWICK--Gladys Ueeker Grain harvesting is the "going thing" right now. Concernin_g weather, it hailed quite hard Friday just north of us. Then the thunder and lighming began followed by rain which helped out a grain fire the lightning had started. Mrs. Gerry Foster and Cindy spent two days last week in Vancouver on business. Karen Pearce rode down with them to visit relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Phil Renner and daughters and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Olsen, all friends from Battle Ground, were recent visitors at the Jim Pearces. Tax Uecker accompanied by Cindy Foster took some cows to the sale at The Dallas Friday. Gert Mattson and Polly visited Edie Randall Wednesday to see the new baby and, of course, Juan. The Ray Mattsons and Polly drove to Sundale Sunday and called upon the Ed Morris family. Party to benefit flood victims by Geraldine Maupin at the home of their son, Dennis, and family and attended the hydro plane races. Mr. and Mrs. John Maupin and children and Ken Bales also took in the hydroplane races in Kennewick Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Keith Wokal and Shaft Meads, Orchards, were weekend guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Meads. Mrs. Betty Richardson left last week for Salt Lake City with her daughter, Lorraine Mitchell and children. Mrs. Richardson was to join her son, Wendel and his wife, Gaff, in Sacramento. f THE PRIVATE VICTORIES -' li OF THE MEN WHO RACE THE WORLD'S TOUGHEST DIRT TRACK: THE MOJAVE DESERT. AN/) D#CrlO lJr $rJLE)'.,vr N *auc r rvS. w THE MOST EXCITING MOMENT OF TRUTH IN PACING. $ar Tomorrow, 28 3 DAYS ONLY (no regular passes accepted) STAR THEATRE W. Main /734727 WKDYS: 4:30, 6:30, 8:30 SAT: 12:00, 2:15, 4:30, 6:30, 8:30 ISUN: 2:15, 4:30,6:30, 8:30 Falling way behind its local quota of $196 for flood disaster relief funds, the Goldendale officers of the American Red Cross are asking the public to support a card party as a benefit for fund-raising. It will be at the Home Federal Savings & Loan meeting room Monday, July 31, where both bridge and pinodtle will be Played and refreshments served. A minimum of $1 donation is being asked. Those who cannot come to the card party are invited to aid this fund by sen- ding donati.q to American Red Cross, Box 892, Goldendale. "For a community that rose so magnificently to the occasion of the Centennial," said Laverne Darland, "I can't imagine that we can't come through with way more than $196 for such a desperate situation." Miller descendants hold first reunion More than 100 descendants of the late Charles A. and Sarah Jane Miller and five of their sons--Eli F., John A., Charles A., George L. and Thomas H.--met at Brooks Memorial Youth Camp July 15 for a reunion. The elder Millers came to Goldsndale from Kansas in 1888. AVAILABLE SOON Chid JoselMs Alps Land of the Win&ng Waters Dallas Green comblm history, laS and lore to paint an unforttable pieture of the Wallows, lend of the N Pert.e Indians, land of the Winding Water. With bold rok he delimmt4m Chief Josh, the brilliant tactician who ouvered the U.S. Cavalry Imtil fortd to surrender hia mtbausted tribe Jtmt thirty miles front netuary in Canada. So much is h/mary, From there. Mr. Green picks up the thrudl of fact and fiction to weave t .he Itm7 of Tender Willow and Running Deer, WhO are K.nt bek into the WaUowa by Chief Joseph to reelm the land of their ancestors end to plat enw th  of the gloriotm Ne, Peree. Mr Green's story is of the trial and trl- umph of this Foung couple, but in the fine noaYn' t e AtYF/ce the Wallowl. the homeland, Chief Joseph's A]I It is I tal of towering crag rolling valleys end SParkling rivers: the un- yielding land Of s proud people And so deftly dt the author spin th- .-- . - - and Imu:laeal intertwtn t22P,, ' ca ar.aevs tapestry of the form end color of the Old Wt 20p Uerd ...................................... I Pe Ltg$  I I I r.av ckecks payable to The Gddendale hr,nd, , WA White Sale. Last 3 days. Penn-Prest muslin feshion colors, 'Duo-tone' stripes end 'Psdslenne' prints. 50% cotton/50% polyester. Twin size: flat or Elasta-fit z Reg 299 Now Full size sheets, Re 9. 3.99 Now 3.27 Pillow cases, Reg 2 for 2.49 ............ Now 2 for 2. / i.., #. " Nation-wide white muslin. Cotton muslin. 133 count'. 143 Twin size, flat or fitted. I Reg. 1.99 Now Full size sheets, Reg. 2.29 . IOW 1.67 Pillow cases, Reg. 2 for 1.09 Now .B8 "Bleached and finished. r'enn-Prest white percale. '% cotton/5o% polyester. 4124 Twin size, flat or Elasta-fit. & Reg. 2.99 Now Full size sheets, Reg. 3.99 Now 3.24 Pillow cases, Reg 2 for 209 .............. Now 2 for 1.64 " JCPenney Hours Mm.-Sat. Goldendale ,_, The values are here every day. sty. IOth MllllEIISltlg / THAT'S RIGHT FOLKS-IO%.OFF P ON EVERY ITEM IN OUR STORE!! ) THIS IS OUR WAY OF SAYING "THANKS" ) TO ALL OUR CUSTOMERS DURING THE LAST 10 YEARS! 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