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-.----- \\; HOSPITAL NEWS HARADA, IFYE from Japan, helps his host mother Marie Ritter, i harvest. He would like to observe variety of farming opera- May here which ends August S. wants tc)see more l]arada, IFYE from Japan, as many different Processes as possible during in Klickitat County. e is receiving an education in activities with his host of Maryhill. But he eZId his views to include before leaving Satur- 5, he said. graduate of the National news Davidson graduated with a degree in general of Oregon in daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Springfield, Or., and the of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Davidson is now her training in medical the University of Oregon Portland. IYavidson, son of Mr. and Springfield, Or., an d and Mrs. C. E. Crooks, ; a Professor of soil, physics, t Oklahoma State tillwater, Ok. He and his 22 for a year's sabbatical F1. at the state Farmers Academy in horticulture and a "freshman" farmer in his native town of Yamagata-ken. With his parents, one brother and three sisters, he lives on the family 100-acre spread. The operation consists of rice, fruit (cherries, pears, apples, phuns), vegetables and livestock tcows, chickens and goats) production. Harada is active in 4-H activities in Japan and also enjoys music (He is a good pianist and singer, Mrs. Ritter reports.), reading, fishing and driving. Arriving at Denver last month for an IFYE (International Farm Youth Ex- change } conference, Harada then traveled to Pullman for a 3-day orientation to Washington. After his July 17-August 5 visit in Klickitat County, he has stays scheduled at MaRs*n, Touchet, Milton and Loomis through October 14. July .18: Adm.: Regina Mcconville, -'teve Warden, Brian Davids*n, Blanche Fuhrman, Lyle Geroy, Goldendale; William Niva, Maxine Brehm, Klickitat; Elisha Davis, Wishram. DIS.: Regina Mcconville, Sharon Wyrick, Gregory Firch, Goldendale; James Rauch, Arizona; Hank Rawson, Prosser. July 19: Adm.: Lalena Haft, Hillsboro, Or.; Gary Taylor, Nile GarretS, Glen- wood; Robert Gunner, George Rowberry, Toppenish; Don Ward, Jason Grieb, Karla Puckett, James Stackhouse, Goldendale. Dis.: Sharon Guinn, Glenwood; Lalena Haft, Hillsboro, Or.; Don Ward, Steve Warden, Bessie Smith, Carolyn Boyd, Anderson Baby, Goldendale. July 20: Adm.: Larry Harmon, Evelyn Vader, Barbara Gardner, Kenneth Wilkinson, Goldendale. Dis.: Harold SLant, n, White Salmon; Maude Seeley, Roosevelt; Mae Coolidge, Klickitat; George Rowberry, Toppenish; Nile GarretS, Glenwood; Frances Tucker, King FriLLs, Goldendale. July 21: Adm.: Peter Christians, n, Goldendale. Dis.: Elisha Davis, Wishram; Markel Jackson, Russell Jackson, Klickitat; Lyle Get,y, Karla Puckett, Goldendale. July 22: Adm.: Louise Porter, Brian Olson, Joy Lorton, Goldendale. Dis.: Maxine Brehm, Klickitat; William Niva, Diane Faulk, Evelyn Vader, Goldendale. July 23: Adm.: Grace Cauls,n, Mary Ann LaCoursiere, Pat Reason, Craig Sampson, Goldendale; Delvis Mark, Wishram. Dis.: Grace Cauls,n, Peter Christians, n, Larry Harmon, Jean Garcia Joy Lorton, Mary Ann LaCoursiere, Jason Grieb, Goldendale; Nelson John, The Dalles. July 24: Adm.: Gloria Fisher, Charles Conlee, Minnie NeweU, Carolyn Smar- tlowit, Russell Hauser, Cecil Smith, Goldendale; Kimberly Stepper, KlickJtat; Cheryl Zirbel, The Dalles. Dis.: James Stackhouse, Goldendale. OASIS COMPLETES GIFT SHOP AREA A Rock and Gift Shop has been added to the Oasis Cafe. The Gift Shop featuring Indian craft as well as rock and gift items is open from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. Included in the remodeling is a new cashier's counter for the restaurant. the Matrons O.E.S. official Alexander and family Ted and Gladys weekend. He is being AFB, Mas., to where he will be years as an instructor. Underwent emergency but expected weekend. Observed his 95th birthday R. Lundberg and were recent house Roy Lundberg. family potluck and get- Paul Schillings last week and sister Mrs. Anna Antelope, Mrs. Pauline Loach, Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Pa., and brother and Schilling and Hill and Eula Blinn and played bingo with hospital at Vancouver. attended the County 's annual con- I Shores last week. Darren and visited Smith's Mrs. Clair Smith Man- While here they also and family, Mrs. Levi :ors. returned hone Monday 'Uncle, Mr. and Mrs. aily, Wenatchee, for a er and Aria Stromberg I Lyle and Ann Miller, guests of their parents vs last week. ESTING SETTING and Service and iin Irrigation ESTIMATF.5 Mr. and Mrs. Wallace O. Stevenson (U. S. Army photo) Stevensons attend national conference Mr. and Mrs. Wallace E. Stevenson, BERgen, attended the 18th National Con- ference of Civilian Aides held recently at Ft. Leslie J. McNair, Washington, DC. Stevenson is the civilian aide TO the Secretary of the Army for the state of Washington. As a civilian aide, Stevenson, president of SDS Lmnber Co., BERgen, represents, the Secretary of the Army in the local community attempting to help in the development of understanding and sup- port of Army problems and activities. In this function, he serves as a link in the chain between the U. S. Army and the people. W LL DRILLING .0'00.nv WELL .,a,-, ,,c. ighw y West P.O. Box 247.A Gle, Wade. PUMP SALES XNST^LL^'no00 BZRKZ '=_ LAaxor DRILLING JACUZZl --| EQUIPMENT & TECHNIQUES L i - . I CLEAN-OUTS & DEEPENINGS , ! WELLS RECORDED FREE ESTIMATES [,ICENSED OREGON AND WASHINGTON CONTRACTOR RADIO DISPATCHED  HARDROCK SPECIALISTS Contact: KEN O'LEARY--T/3-40 or LARRY MOORE--773-4m4 Thursday, July 27, 1972 -- The Goldenclale Sentinel -- 9 Local news notes Senator McGovern, Democratic nominee for President, chartered a Continental airplane from his home in South Dakota to Washington, DC. Gary Gronewald, formerly of Goldendale, was pilot of the plane both ways. Mr. and Mrs. David Eaton, Palm Springs, Cal., are guests of her sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Ross Crafton. Mrs. Max Dudley, Seattle, was a guest of the Ross Craftons over the weekend. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Rogholt DAVID HARDISON is the new assistant county supervisor for Farmers Home Administretion and will take over his new duties August 7, announces Merle Blackburn, county supervisor. Hardisan, wife Julie al um Michael aro frorn Dayton. WEST END AUTO REPNil *General Automotive Repair aMotor Tune-up ,Brakes oGas Welding *Arc Welding "Small Motors West End Auto Repair 700 West A St. 6 Blocks West of Post Office T/3-49. 773-4412 Arthur and Kenneth Anderson last week were her cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Salisbury, Seattle, and Salisbury's sister, Faith. Archie Olson, The Daises, spent last week with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Rogholt. Mrs. Ken Freeman and children left Monday for their home in Logan, US. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hutchins and children are visitors in Goldendale prior TO leaving for Fairbanks, Ak., where they will be stationed with the army. Mrs. George Klein hosted a luncheon at her home Tuesday, entertaining the Daughters of the Nile Nu Bu Re Club members. ODD CUSTOM Widows of New Guinea's Asmat tribesmen roll in the mud to mourn their husbands, National Geographic says. The ritual is intended not only to display anguish but also to mask the women's scent from his ghost. HE IS > TH MAN TO CALL FOR THE BEST BUY ON YOUR INSURANCE BOB COLE 611 E. Brooks 77"{-52q P 621010 STATE FARM {nsuratx:e Companies Home Offlceg: Blooinstorl , llht'*O$ WE SELL 30 MI/00S-PER-GALLON IN 2 Datsun 1200 Sedan and Sport Full vinyl interior with reclining Coupe. Never has such miserly bucket seats. 4-speed fully synchro- economy been so handsomely pack- nized stick shift. Safety front disc aged. Around 30 miles per gallon, brakes. Even whitewall tires. 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