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August 11, 1938
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Page Two THE GOLDEN'DALE SENTINEL--Goldendale, Washington 2hursday, NOW'$ THE TIME FOR US TO GET BUSY. Dollar Day Values for Friday, Saturday and Monday !!!!!! P0rk&Beans, 20 0012; *1 Spray, 3 lb. can ......... 59c Lifebuoy Toilet Soap, 2 bars ...... 15c Durkee's Salad Aide, qt. jar ...... 33c Miller's Giant Package Corn Flakes, 3 for ....... 25c Re.nee Egg Noodles, 1 lb. bag ... 19c Rinse, large package ... 23c Reliance Tomato Juice, 4cans .... 25c American Cheese, full cream, lb.... 15c Campbell's Tomato Soup, 2 cans .... 15c Zee Tissue, 4 rolls ....... 15c Corned Beef Target 6 for - - - s 1 1 lbflan New West Apple Juice, gallon ..... 69c Ipendable Cake Flour, 4 lb. bag .... 25c P°rk & Beans' 21/2 lb" 29c cans, 3 for .......... France American Spaghetti, No. 1 can, 2 for 19c Dependable Pancake Flour, 8 lb. pkg.. 39c Peanut Brittle, 1 lb. slab. 19c Pure Cider Vinegar, gal. 19c Salmon Fancy Sockeye 1 pound cans 4 for---*1 Fruits and Vegetables Watermelon, lb. ....... 11/2c Guaranteed Ripe Potatoes, 50 lb. bag ..... 39c U. S. No. 2 Lettuce, large crisp, head 5c Lemons, 360 size, doz.... 25c Peaches, 4 pounds ...... 19c Fresh Fluff Marshmallows, 1 lb. bag. 15c Dep. Flour, 49 lb. bag..$1.39 Alaska Pink Salmon, tall cans, 3 for .. 25c Graham Crackers, 2 lb. box .... 19c Raisins, 4 lb. pkg ...... 25c Tropic Gold Grapefruit Juice, 46 oz... 23c Snn Gold Flour 49 lb. bag - - p. . n ,. . ,  ORDERS OF $2 00 AND OVER DELIVERED none - III ill __L - ............ "- .................. td "s a g d'a e of e Unversity [ C[-l"l AI • ,4 l,-r.171, yrf-I/-. ( [[ of Washington and a member of i --- ,:3()LIIqL  L l l V I I IrJ. ,--,-, It Sigma Kappa sorority. Mrs. Knox I , ........ --- - " - ---- I was formerly a Goldendale high om--" cnroeaer ' -- Becomesn "Brine'" n'" t school teacher while he is employed Knox At Seattle Ceremony With only close friends and mem- bers of their families in attendance ML Lois Schroeder, daughter oŁ Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Schroeder, of Seat- tle. became the bride of Norman Kox, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Knox, of Pe Ell, at St. Mark's cathedral in Seattle last Friday. The wedding service was read by tl Vy Roy. John McLauchlan. For her wedding the bride wore a utin and wool frock oK Dardanelle blue with a mole trimmed jacket. Her small hat and accessorie were by the Pacific Power & Light com- pany. Register Now - GOLF BREAKFAST white orchids. Members of the Women's golf Mrs. James Schroeder, her sister- club will meet at the club house in-law, was her only attendant. Friday morning at 9:00 o'clock for George Nickerson, of GoldendaleI their regular golf breakfast. Mrs. W, served as Norman Knox' best man. IC" Trowbridge and Mrs. Archie Rad- A family wedding breakfast was I cllffe are in charge of the breakfast. held at the Hotel Edmond Meany, --Register Now - following the ceremony. The Wed- _TRE lJLTY ding was held at 11:00 a.m. Honoring her niece, Miss Arlene The couple left for a two week Ewing, who is visiting here from wedding trip to Seaside and the Ore- South Dakota, Mrs. W. M. Hudson gon coast. They will be at home to gave a theatre party Thursday eve- friends in Goldendale next week. ning. Girls attending the party were Mr. Knox is a graduate of Washing- the Misses Harriet Crooks, Mary deep red and she wore a corsage of ton State college while Miss Schroe- M I II II II I I 1 Summer Beauty... Are you reader for a gloriously active summer with a coiffure that's appropriate for both day and evening ? Shipp's will design a lovely one for you... one that becomes you 24 hours a day ! Lou Hurd, Betty Layman, Charlotte Lewis, Ellse Seibold, and Noreen VandeVanter. Register Now TO HOLD OPEN HOUSE Mrs. W. D. Norris will hold open house Saturday, Aug. lZ from 2:00 to 5:00 p. m. at her home on Eas Broadway in honor of her mother, Mrs. J. Horntbrook. All her friends are cordially in- vited. Any one desiring transportation phone 1274, Mrs. W. D. Norris or drop a card. --Ptster Iov˘ Klickitat Candidates Mrs. Merle Hur(l, Democratic candidate for state representa- tive from the Sixteenth district comprising Klickitat, Benton, Skamania and Franklin counties. Mrs. Hurd resides in Goldendale and has been a staunch Demo. eratic party worker for many years. S00,T CAS00S ,1 I[ WOM00N'S SHOES Real Buy, Metal Covered. Closing out, broken sizes. BATH MAT SETS lj CURTAINS Fine Quality ............ Fine materials and design Guy F. Wae, Republican can- didate for the office of state rep- resentative in the sixteenth dis- trict. Wade, a Btngen rEsident, for many years has been connect- ed with civic enterprises in Western Klickitat county. Register Now--------. GOLDF_NDALE GRANGE NO. 49 Goldendale Grange Number 49 will meet in regular session on Sat- urday, August 13, at 8:00 p. m. All members are requested to be pres- ent. Each fatally is asked to bring one watermelon, Charles H. Camp- bell, master, said. Register Now MRS. JULIA WILSON HOME FROM MID-WEST Home from attending a family re- union near her old home at Lincoln, Nebraska, Mrs. Julia Wilson arrived back in Goldendale last week. Mrs. Wilson made the trip East by train. She returned to her homo in Goldendale by way of Miles City, Montana. From there she was ac- companied by her son, Clyde Wilson and family. Mrs. Wilson attended the Avery family reunion at Lincoln. It was her first visit to Nebraska in many years. --Register Now SPONSOR PAlaCE Members of Camp Goldendale 945 CCC will sponsor their monthly Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Sanders en- joyed a picnic lunch on Upper Three Creeeks SunduY e.fternoon. Mr. ,n,a_ Mrs. Joe Boyd spen,t the weekend in Husum visiting friends and relvttves. Mr. an.d, Mrs. Charles F. (Pat) McEwen drove to White Salmon Mon- day. Hew H, Mllhollin, district agent for the Washington State tax com- mission, was in Goldendale early thls week on official business. Mr. and Mrs. Oren Sardere drove to Sunrise park, Mt. Rainier;for the weekend. They returned to Golden- dale Sunday evening. Mr. tnd Mrs. H. S. Leland e.nd family are leaving Godendale today, Thursday, for presser, where ae has been ,transferred by the Asbury truck ranpor,teion company. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Linden re the parents of a six nd* three quarter pound ,daughter [born here Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Perryr of Bin- gen, were in Goldendale on business Tuesday. Mrs. Perry formerly was Klickitat county school superintend- ent. Dr. and Mrs. F. G. LeFor end, daughter returned to Gol,dendale Sun- day evening from Seattle. Mrs. LeFor and daughter had been vaca- tioning on t,he coast et Wea.rm fSnringa l for ,t, he ImSt week. / Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Hill left /Friday on a week's vacation drive dance at the Utopian ball room, Frl./around the Olympic Peninsula. They LUNCHEON SETS m Linen, cloth and napkins. J[ TOWELS Good quality, 12 for FLOUR SACKS 13 for ................... HOUSE DRESSES Womens cotton print, 3 WOMEN'S SUPS '1] ................... 6 good quality, all for .... GIRLS DRESSES 11 Indian Design Blankets 1[ Heavy, durable .. ..... .. Assorted Styles, 4 for. _.. _ -=-- Rayon, quarry, ........ GIRLS DRESSES 1 Another real buy, 2 for . Women's STEPINS And PANTIES, 3 for. UTILITY BAGS Rubber Lined, 2 for REMNANTS, Fast cotton prints, 1Z yards Children's OXFORDS All leather, sizes 8/2 to 2.. WOMEN'S SUPS 1 Rayon Satin, 3 for ....... WOMEN'S SLIPS t Fine material, 2 for ...... POLO SHIRTS l Mens Cot. & Rayon, 2 for. d. C.PENNEY CO Mrs. Arthur Collins, of Ve.ncouver, is in oldendale chls week visiting friends eLnd relatives. She plans to spend at levst two .weel here. Lieut. and Mrs. William Woodford visited their parents in Vancouver and Portland over the weekend. E. C. Cole, of the telephone com- pany, was in Klickitat on businea Tuesday. George Juris, Bickleton rancher, w,as in Yakima last week xecelvtng treatment for on injured leg. Carter L. Hilsabeck, education ad- visor for company 945 CCC, spent the Weekend at his home in Port- land. Mrs. Pearl Jones and her daugh- ter Miss Ada Jones, both of Rufus, are visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles McEwen this week. Fred J. Chamberlain, Grange of- ficial from Puyallup, was a house guest at the Chester Hill home Tuesday. Augustus P. Andrews, Kittitas county man who died in 111- lensburg last week was an uncle Mrs. Laurtn Lamb, former Golden- dale resident. Miss Virginia VanHoy has .been assigned to do junior clerical work for the Soil Conservation Camp. Her work will be principally the typing of job training plans used in the program for the CCC Company 945. Harry Lefever has been assigned to Company 945 CCC as an instruc- tor in wood working and informal athletics. He will teach classes in academic subjects, arts and crafts, and in wrestling. His duties will be- gin August 10. R. G. Biggs, Goldendale radio re- patr man, left for Portland Wednes- day to xneet his family. They plan to return to Goldendale later this week. Biggs has rented the former Fred Smith residence on Upper Maiu street, Mrs. Blggs and two thugh- (e/' //1 to/urn to Ooldondato to Dean Glllenwaters last week put in a new sidewalk and steps at the Roy Sanders residence in South Goldendale. Last week 'work was completed in the re-arrangement program at the local Standard oil plant. Dean Gil- lenwatera, local contractor, had charge of the cement work. G. L. Waldorf, of Wlshram, was a buine visitor in Goldendale Monday. Frank Egan, of Wishr'am, was a business visitor in Goldendale Mon- day. This week the Bert Knox resi- dence in Goldendale is being com- pletely remodeled. John Marshall, local carpenter installed new hard- wood floors. Dean Glllenwaters is installing new plumbing and Frank Edgar is installing some tile work. Fred Oltmanns is doing the paint- ing. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Wishram, were business Goldendale Monday. .'.. New plumbing is in the Dr. IL H. HartleY this week. Dean Gillenwater$ tug the plumbing Work. S. F. Wnuk, of White in Goldendale to session of the count Miss Virginia daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Montgomery, and a former dale girl last week was one of a group of serve as conductorettes at chee's new air conditioned bt inal. GUY F. (Fischer) Republican Candid$ 8TA'I IEEpKEsIaAr"" 16h Klickitat County DOLLAR DAYS AT THE STAR HEADQUARTERS FOR S & W FINE FOODS PC CANNING SUPPLIES FRESH FRUITS.... at Low Prices Fruit jars, lids, and rubbers., all 8TAR IIEE DELIVERY OO MARKET