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TO LICENSE AGREEMENT REPRODUCTION, DISSEMINATION STORAGE, DISTRIBUTION PROHIBITED f 1 1879 Goldendale, Washington, Thursday, September 2, 1948 Vol, 69, No. 36 Cowboys Plan OFFICIALS "JUNIOR FIREMEN"DO~.oo.,~O.~T.L,Z~AT SCHOOLS TO " Rodeo " " FAIRGROUNDS TUESDAY ale NAMED t0PEN HERE Grips i '; years don't be surprised. A~kins left the road and ;ON TUESDA eo Tog A Must Show PRIMARY caught fire at the fah'grounds Tuesday, a dozen or so boys _ and girls who were nearby ~,~"atch Skill With Tough Announces('unty Auditor,~ ,.Vesta Tebbs rushed to the scene and witi~ String~Big Boys"of MackOf RodeOBarbourFameRodeoTO Stock; Buck Ahbott And tors, JudgesP;~cinTtFor Inspec- shirts, Seplemher oth( Jean Godshali To Appear As Trick Riders; $100 Purse For Best All-Around To Be Added 1.l Election ' hadbla2 Top ranking cowboys in the rode() profession have signi-~e pt'im~y election to .be held ,tuesaay ~eptemoer la l-*OllS Will their intention of coming to Goldendale, Saturday and ~ ' '' - .~ i open at 8:00 o'clock in the morn- September 11 and 12 to compete for honors in ~ne in~ and will remain open until [or rodeo events scheduled each afternoon and for the 8:00 p.m. for best all-around cowpoke for the two days, accord- Election officers for the various George Klein, rodeo announcer, who returned the first precincts of K1iekitat county have been named and the list week from Redmond, Oregon, where he announced is announced by County Auditor and race program. Klein said he talked to several'vesta Tebbs as follows, the first while in Redmond and ~named being precinct inspector boards, and sundry other weapons, brbught the blaze under control after it s t a r t e d spreading through the grass and weeds. Plans are being completed for Chief of Police Reece Jack- son, who was called to .he scene, praised the young fire- men and said that, but for their prompt efforts, the blaze might have spread to serious proportions. The truck driven byAt- kins was badly burned but there were no injuries, ac- cording to reports. will be expected to report by 8:50 a. m. and those who are en- ,'rolled at the elementary school ]are to be in their places by 9:00 a. m., according to the schedule '.announced this week by Supt. I Paul W. Johnson. i Crusher Set Up their intention of -- _. _ ... . i and the second andthird ore- Im .. l.v" l The teaching staff has been i~ f't . r4.00 Other merchants will h~, e,~n 'the_touch string of Mack 'einct judges" wlar c , ........... Davlwht 5awn , guerlte reos l'ompleted, w th two teachers be-lO Lommete *acted and announcement m"de ~ roaeo.s~ock to.t~olden-,.,.~, ,, ~.~ ~ ~.~ ] Alderdale -- Bertha Wilson; Ed ~ / ~ = *ing added,t the faculty. Ali. = !next week regarding" the closmg.2 ,me oi the ~op ooys ex-illrn# V.ll~lPlg IR %AI'V ',Allbritton, Isadore Smith. laKeS Lel~l~ |lfll I teachers wqll meet at the htgh,Roat Contract , ............. t "^1a -~ale are Bill --'''~" ~.....~,Lv . ..... j ............ ~.~ ~,~.. school at nine ,Vel~,'k n,.~* M~. ~ *'~ '~ The ~etan merchants, iouowmg aut ue~u. . ., .......... I ~tloer wreeK --- rlazel Jensen; T.~ , ~,~ ,~ ............ -t -i c " n ....... zm_a ~cuom, Jack brier- gn=a~tr Mitiniaht t Clarence McCredy,-Eula ALlbrit- r['~lllP | )l|~,~ $~t,A . . . , ia s ussm regaromg me setting n Briae, l, dd m.cwarmy, --~.~,,,o~.aga~y .,.a,~a.=t~,.~. 'ton ---~-,- .,~---~..~.,.. A,=~,~,. lda~karpo~:n/,ngJo:o=t~ienannual pre- The long-awaited arrival ...]up of a carnival on Main Street, rza, Bob E1]~ott, George~ " Appleton -- Ray Carter; Lulu ] ~-=.~ .... "T'" "~..':"~."" _ . ._ l a rock crusher...has been set up l voted their approval for this year, t.. ~nose wno wm teacn m me iat the former Goodpaster ranch fhowever the majority were of the u, ~onn ~vans, uus of ~A N M m ......... Daylight saving time ended - . agel, Victor Johnson 1 e bers of the West Klickitat uomenoam system uais year are:!on the Goldendale - Glenwood ', opinion the location should be e,uam &Kmoge, ~onny A 1 ficial]y in Goldnedale as of mid- [ sh and --- Margaret Harris; 1Horsemen. inc., of White Salmon, Elementary school --- Glenna'highwav and work of crushing{elsewhere or a rotation plan work- , Ned Dick, Ike Thomp- night' August 31. according to Agnes R. Burdett, F. E. Childs lost no time in seeing that their Hansen, principal and 5th grade; l rock to-complete the contract on!ed out whereby the carnival many others, l announcement made by Mayor i Bend---Elmer Kamholtz; Fil-[ Goldie Hall, First; Olive Kifer, six miles of new road construe-Iwould not be on the center block Abbott and Jean Godshall, Harold E. Wolverton. The date : mer Wilson, Roy Van Horn. first; Pearl Shepard, second; Alice * tion and the Leidl grade is expect- Iof Main Street every year. Hugh tnd Beach, California, will Dn which the "fast time" would ] .. B Z~ Corney -7 Julia Skidmore; ] Wolverton, second; Louise Porter, ~cd to start before the week ends. Cameron, president of the Fair As- as trick riders Abbott and end had been uncertain and had, orva ~. ~rnett, Aoranam j t/ross, third; Catherine Robertson, third; ~i~, ~..*..~...r ,h,~ ~;o~,~,, cr, sociation, attended the meeting Cishall appeared in White not previously been decided as' CenterviLle "7- Wm. Niva; Besst .............. c ............. ., ..... I Emfle Conboy, fourth; Ruth Ka~-r~,.,,i,,~ rn,q~ wiD "n,~ ~ L,~idl{and expressed his apprematmn for and their ability is well'various cities of the state had l ivlulligan, L, aym mira. I l ser, fourth; Maxme Beddoe, fifth; ,. grade. Grading of this stre'cch oflthe.cper.atmn extended by local ;nxoughout the world. Ab- I fixed different times for the day- '. Cleveland -- Earl Lasley; Mary i " ' ..................... so.a professional bareback flight saving hours to end.~ i Savage, George Varner. t 'Gehrke,Mae Moore,sixthfifth and mghth; Erma I road, a"'~roximatel'vv ~ six miles is I business f~rms. khmer and ~s perhaps one ~ In view of local conditions, it -- C!if~s --- Esther. Thompson; Mrs.I High School buildin" Warren lbeing done under contract ~)e- Two High School Bands .............................. ~.. Fla a ' " " ~ "-- "" "" ~tween District No 2 and the C &[ Cameron in reporting the acti- uu~stanaing snowmen m,,,,~ ~,~ciaoa +h., ~.,~a,~h, a,,~ ~uta rerguson taeorge oeter. non today. " 31 was a -ood time as an. to turnl Columbia -- Bertha Ingram; I .. n gan. prm~pai;, v:mme~ Mac- I E Construction company, of Yak- ]vities scheduled for the two-day ,~ay, science, lwaxme Mcuoigm,, eelebratmn saxd that L N ,aner who received na-~-~-" ^~_,.2~.~,. ,-, .... ;,~_ ~ ..... May Thompson S J. Reither. I .. ~ .... ima. Just as soon as the 4,0001 " ,. ' . . Ox- l eommerclal, ~eggy mclean, home ~, - , :~ ........ ~ ..... ~,ue ~ ...... c~, C~olumbu Geor e Gunkel I " .~ ..... yards of gravel is placed on thet,ord, fair secretary, had received e asa bull h ghter, will of previous announcement, stores I ...... s -= _ ,...g_~ .... , economms; unarmsuronewma, arade work of surfacing' six miles wore Irom naves no*man ~uper- ~9taenuam, a~tein saia. 'of the'city opened on "fast time" ,~-,eorge ~oss, ~oss ~un~e,. j . . . i~ o . . . , h~ start in the .rodeo Wednesday morning but all ex-I (Continued ,on Page 5) t agmcultme, Burdette Kindred, of new construction will get un-lmtendent of the White Salmon Icoaen anct socaat., scmnce; franK ..... r~m.wzv,, ..Ar*. _Warn.., ~ountv_ en~in- Ischools, that the Columbia high tetmg as a oun ngnxer petted to be on standard time = ,, , i, = = , Kockalko, mum c, Carolyn S.hrm-~eer, said in reporting the arrTval ]school band would accept the in- ~arbour.. He is well Thursday morning. /~IOUSiilO' [~ee~e~ ', erg, J~ngnsn; margurette ~,uver, 'of the crusher twtation to appear and 9lay dur- uolaenctale,eupSeVeraltne._ aangerous- ttmesnaWng ap-. Feltx.loo._ be-anClcksKliekitnt .................. baCkworkPin~TueSdonBXathe ymnvodm'ght standardthOir and i ~nl~=va = &'-~= I=~= -~.~==,,.,~|'|=" !1 i "! ." . ". -i~ ]~~!"' " " " " " " "" " . " " '" " bulls and as now a pro ~' ~ , ar " " schedule Wednesday morning rOnrCruder, dAnmolh:a " !During Faw o "der, who s'gn'f" m of coming to Gold- tuck W:~att White Salmon Goldenda]e residents having ....... " "" U -- extra rooms which they would . , . ~: ne~tontcn, nauona y /~_u,~,,,,~ ~ ...... be wi]limz to accommodate 4-H , paotograpner, zrom ~..Javu~.~ a.~]~JalOUl Girls th~'~ghout the county corn- Satus ~h~rles Shew; No 6, Fr~{ Mone,- Goods At ~dlS'al2~%~l~la%~itnO ~-|--,~ ..... a J'~ .... ing to Golde~"~e.ior the fair. IHoctor; MaryhiH, ff01~ H~etor; .F, [ne, __ ~ * 7" " - '' van '~Wl,=gJtWUU~ g#'~Ll|tk;~and rodeo, September I0-11-12, gpringCreek, Crof- Bird Creek Inn l lrout me raw ~'ncea~n"Ve~%Yc~" onle of are asked to contact t,he County ton/r'ralrle, owen ualvert. ! ~ -- . ~'S := Jl =n --v ~ Claude Purvine will continue as J --~ ~.~t$11"ltrlam, ~ '' custodian of the elementary school I GLENWOOD (special)--Thieves ~__~'~"~ ~ *_.Iv ~ ~,~"~IP'~* o -~ :men, Inc., of White Salmon, are and Jim Shelton at the high broke into Bird Creek Inn owned L~lll~l~a~ In I~'.lwAl~t~l~ Iby Claude and Edwin Eaton ,,,~,-~, ~== ~,,v~,=-.~ sometime last ; The Western Klickitat Horse-Agent's office. ~anr_t,t-t=,~,~. t..~.~== w~We~havthad E.M. Huckfeldt, county agent, ~'f .................. ._.,,._,. ~^_t. ...... 'snonsoring another dante this said *hat several 4-H Girls are l candidate for Queen of the Klick- ,~=u,~a~ ~,a.uu~,. o .= " ' " e in 1 d 1 " " school. , v ,,h " r,r~in ~aid l weekend to further the candidacy ! planning to b .. Go den a e ~tat County Fan'. and Rodeo, Sept; Hot lunches will again be Thursday night. I [~ ~'tn l~e~r~onl of Marguerite Kreps as Queen of auring *he fair.and ma~ housing 11-12, Marguerite Kreps, woula ' ..... " 'the Klickitat County Fair and is neeaea ~or me young laaies, lbe among the strong contenders served in both buildings. M~s. tThey gained entry by prying ai Citizens in the Trout Lake t t.o yne rive ma~oriRodeo' Seotember 11 and 12. ThetHuckfeldt said it is planned to for the honors. In less than three Fred Oltmanns will continue tolboard loose from the side of thetValley are all set to entertain the be in charge at the elementary lair conditioner in the window,[largest crowd ever to visit the mx norse races are . ,, ,, r - --'" l dance w~ be held m the Glen-[ pitch a tent for 4-H boys at I weeks the Horsemen have sold ogr tm An races are ~e ----^=--q"" of the !wood school gym with all net pro- ] the air grounds:. . . t enough Grandstand Booster But- school and Mrs. Sanstrum will be ~ reaching in and unlocking the }scenic and popular community "=~v .... ~ceeds going toward the purchase I ~olaenaale resmems are urgea t tons to put their candidate in the in charge at the high school, window, during their annual fair, Satur- .'e ann pony express for grandstand booster buttons, to extend this courtesy and the ]lead by a fair margin. Miss Kreps The thieves raided both the day, September 4. Aside from a ;S pc .ny.yace ts open The candidate renorting the larg-[telephone number of the county total, as reported Tuesday after- lrt ./ r~ t t pinball machines and took. whatL la.rge selecho.n of community ex- us aria me pony ex ~,~,.~~=m, ~e==,~ [ ~,e " he till ALso taken mints, several sports numvers are ~s ": ......... :....~ :est sale of these ~)uttons will wm jagents office is 262. noon was 23,700, giving her a L~aau~eL~ === u~u ,thane was m t 1 .... the honor of reigning over the l ..... majority of 4,200 over Ethel ~.. _ ----. I were a 30-30 Stevens bolt-aetion~on vne atternoon program zo pro- .... ~tw~~day affair. 111,~,,,,4,~!, r~,,~,,,~.,,. IWhitmore, of Bickleton, whose f'anhltlan, ! Irifle, four Bristol steel telescope]wde plenty of laughter. program annaauyI ~r,,o~ .... m ~, f,,,..,ish=a hvlv~ta~ ~'~tltitict~Icandidacv is sponsored by the ~.,,w "~ " "~'~ ~"~'~'~ ]fishing rods, three Perrine auto-I Following is a schedule of the s follows. I'~l .... Rowland and his danceII't . A [White ~reek and Alder Creek 1[ .*..--,*~ l~ .... "I~A.--,,Imatic fishing reels, and a. ne.wtprogram for the day: 8:00 to 10:00 r ~., ~t UcAt$ ace,.purse .$50. l band. of Hood River. Oregon, and lr'ro~]N~r~r Ar-~ }Gran es, and who held a sub-1-11[1ML g-UUl[- gugM$ [blue mackinaw. The public m,a.m., placin~ of exhibits; 11"00 m .... g - [warned to be cautious i-n buying a.m. to 2:00"pm., judgint~ of ex- us3 enter) .... ~a large crowd is expecte"d to at-t A * . * ~ e Istantml lead over the field of It, pur:;e ~*uu. [ ,/-lsSOClaltea are five candidates for the, past four The bridge across the Little[any of.these.articlesfromastran-!hibits; 2:0_0 p.m. to 3:~0 p.m, tor-au,.pu~ I weeks. Miss Whitmore s total is Klickitat River, near the west city l ger,. since they may t>e stolen I games and contests; 3:00 to 3:30 uarter hers 19500 limits is in dangerous condition l goons. ~p.m., 4-H canning demonstration; slow race ' " The thieves also took all the!3:30 to 4:00 p.m., 4-H style revue. hPurse $75. itend" orse, 150. I race. $2. Considerable property dama e p=se ,,S Lorm Illness was done at Tol's Associated C~t~: The Cmldendale American Le-,~nedna ]D~addmiotnftfUrtrngt~hag mone- fro'- the Bill McCorraiek ..... .... a ~,^,~o t *-- , ...a o~rvice station last Wednes gion, sponsors or mrs. l~atsy I.. . ~' .......... ~P '~2 ...... un me sports prol~ram are suen . .o .... ;'~'~Y]I'Y._ ~_ ~_ _ ~_ _ I~.___ I~ ..... ........ ~_,_- ,--lCKa-ser~ Palmer also haw ,,,..~..~wounty ~:ngmeer ~r~ wara, re-.aonauon jar. ~n au, me v~tue ot events as ~,reased m~' ~mnv ride musz oe maue a~ nay evening oy vanu~m,wno - ~ , ,. ' " "=='" " " traffi ~" ' "" "' tr.~n{16~un~la rot - on the bah as thmr ca " .ported thxs.week. Heavier t c goods and money taken was estl- saddle horse otato rate Several :ters, whxch will be Y [ lugged the toilet broke a mlrror I , . rid,date . . p. P . " Lr will be romea over tne old roan, matea a~ $zuu. door razes will al o be awar own. JMr M,,c,,,,dell land p?r ]~ . ~t. and mar- ]..1~.. ]~r~. Pa|mer's tot~ ~ ~o [which leads past the old Ross The culprits made their escape_ those in charge re'~rted a aske ~umped from th d to second p s ded, I"" u, ..,,~.v.a~ Irea me mtemor oz ~ne newly t r, .~ ................ ,o .o- ~ r,_.... .... arz~..t.~+~+ z,~,,o *a,,., ~,.,,,,.~, +~.,. ~..^.,, a..... ~d.,..-..., ~, o =- .~-- " ' " 600 ~-,~Iry~,v**. ..................... , ...... . ...................... *I~-, l pamted mens rest room. An: t i o e A " To corn lete the evening a big Last rites for Mrs. H:wr~a~ ~at '$~es ~ ~lseo sto~a ~a~ae, ingM~Yb aAnnd Dpoo:::Y,an~dO.d22e,~a;,CxnEnegineree~en~ardoSr~" limitingIt~e~hie$~Cke~ k~'f:g~lef~tt~ ~a~c%~l~l~l ~ld }noeteheed2r~:_~e [_yOl McCardell, who assed y ". . . try, cr " " total, of 1 'the load capa~iC~y on the bridge taken but no defin~ lead has m' " " P 'g g llUrle$ her home in Go1~ndale Sunday, ]the mvest~gatmn reportecl. _ .. l~,ed~ted witha ....... 4:00[} and I w~o issue,~ followin an trisection been re~orted by the investi~atir~I to .the Kli.cki'tat County Fair. As- " August 29, were held Tuesaa af- For me past ,t~ wee l~s Tors [~mrs. l~Ten, x~mKttat, v.aJ~ey ],...=~..~...~""... ~,,a %,;= wee='l~ The ~officers ..... I soeiation.mone~p in me construe= ]~r~t.~ jternoonattwo o'clock in the ~hil-lhave been experiencing trouble,]~ranges cnaamate, nan a total of[~'~2'~P.i?g,~:,~=?,:~',,=;7~o jd~a~ ! " ,~ ]tion of the new granasta~a anl a..aa ~,,.~a,* "ns ]" " *1 ouo as oz luesaa noon [.+^,., .., ,. ,,,,o ~,~.~ .fifvn#,'ua~ ...,~ ~,,,~o ,.,.,, ,..-, ..... v:.:"~.-" I [oth r round " ,7 [h s funeral home. The servlce was whmh Is beheved being commltted , t Y .. " 1 e g . . .Improvements. --_. ....... Ic6nductedbyJ. C. Bagley, of.S.u.n-[b.ylecalpersons:I~is pointedout During the f _fftal days.of, tne}'r~er~'L~rn~v~iT~' ])-~i~,~ ||~ffi,.~ ~-,,,~w,-- [Dancing will: s.tart at 9:80 p.m. r~ Is m "xne ~aues Invside. district presidem ox me ~that sucn vmlati0n i tar more !contes~ spons~..rmg orgamzafions i..,,+ ,,.. ~,,,,~oa~+m,, w~,,o~ ,, ~o ~.~V~I~-IK~; ~m~ VUl~ IW~m mumc ~emg ~urmsnea oy result of numerous Icr'hurcl~ of Jesus Christ of Latter!serious than perhaps those who and their canaiaams are expected lY~..~v."."'~'=~,~-';~"j"~'~u~i'~ ]~r~ #'~ , -- [The Westerners. ~ last Ft. when IDay Saints, of which the deceased are committing the crime realize, to. make a determined effort to soo~'a~s:~ossi~e '~ wasrepo~4i. IO ~L,o]r][~uc~ ] A delegation from the KlicMtat oy u~iuw po*eslwas a member. , I Iwln me ~.ueen honors . . . andl v , I,~ . ~ , ~, [County Fair Association areplan- ~ose ~rom a pile on[ Hvnms were by the Womens ~ ..... IR~-- (~=..=..A tthe contest Is expectect to be alr~~ ~ ning ~o spend the day in Trout Work" ' -. ............... IOUn" l1~ll ~t~l't ~close race right u- unti .............. erwces ept. a [ rag. ,Reuet .ocmw ot ~ucmtat anaI aa~ [ . g. np .1 tnelprances l~elK [ emplo e of tter~pall bearers were Rexford Berk- n .am mg of ~.he win. er dunng the , ny, s ered A 'ok- st esser, Mel ensley. R,ch-IRe lsterlng Under, ie ,ght ,nte= s,o at D-ties , Studen.U. of the ,. ....... a.n.daprobablejaw ardson, ai~d Roy, "Walter, ..and ~ ~ =. o * IQueen ~ance ! L~oldendalel~ ='~"~'.~'*',*~ "~__ lare neuoue,ge, .at ~am_pa,_.~_a__~. 0,]l[~t~erve ILsm][: ell as other severelAllen Greenfield, au ox :,~.~'u,~ Iv/range nan, ~rmay, ~eptemberlg'% #'~ .... It_ i~1 .....twin nave cnarge ox me evemng| .... , mishap which oc-[Interment was in the Goldendale[ .............[10. . . ~,,OU=lty ,~ur~ [services at the lo. l. Na .reqell- la]rls Meetlnff railroad siding in I.O.O.F. cemetery. 1 .............. I Mrs. Paul Dooley, cnairrnan of J tcn urcn ~unaay, ~ep~emoer _... 1,. = -'-="~ :re t~e poles were l Mrs McCardell, who was _born] ~'orw-mgnt .~.ncK~tat county ]the Queen contest, reported that[ Miss Frances Delk has been up-[...:vne eve.rang... Is aeslgnatea.a~.[~lrttb~m[[,~ffi~_ 7 men re Isterea unae t "" z "" an amo uae ~-~,' ~.-~,~==~r~.,a , - Mary ~ice Reid in Ontario, Can-jyoung . ~g., . r ne!a new supply of buttons [pointed as K1ickitat county nurse l .uouege .W~nt a ... ?rig.. ~[ IP" ~led tn ~ r~ll~ ]ada, May 19, 1895, passea away ~ p eace-ume}~ve service act Iwould be available rvioay of this land assumed her duties Tuesday l~ugents to ~ here wm .n~e ~'arx I ..... Possible toim-m'e-cli-~ at her home renewing a long ill- during me ~]rsL..t_w~- nays o~ reg-lweek and sp?.nsoring organiza-]of this week. Miss Delk will re-Iwilae, sonox ~. #. w ilae, O~s~-I ~'ur.mer stops ~ward formation ~th~_ full ~x-t~nt oftness l~strauon, accurum~ m a r.aDula-lt, ions ann canmaazes may obtainlnl~ Mi~ Florence Unham, who!e.naale: wno m a mmas~er ~.. ~u-[oz a.tra;lnmg un,t In t:~o. laenaale ...................... ~" ......... - " I WUt ae- teto the swellin~l She came to the United States}tmn mace Dy volunteer worKers)addlhonal supplies %y dropplng]recentlv rest ed to accept a.9ent a~ the eoliege._~arj .... =,,. ]will De taken at a meeting of tl}e and face "jwith her parentsin lUu'Lan.q waslm cnarge: ,,:^,:_.,. ,., .... [her a cara or calnng VU621. [position as he~d of the schoolluver me.evening m~as~ w,291urgamzea tteserve,, to oe nela m ........ married to Mr ..... Mcuaraeu at wen- ~ennem ~..~.x**~.. ,~rolaenaale, | ..... u.~=.'"g ,,~a~p~"~'~~...................... ;~ ch= Wn11. I omer stuaents m charge ox me Ithe courmouse on Tuesday__. l~rht__~__., .__ / tatchee in 1914. The family camel.was thefl~rst eqtmty man to reg-f ~'~,~,,~,~,, C,'*|=~,~a--u IWalla schools Miss Upham ha,!balance of.the sem.c .., _[September 7. ~re~lea~l {to Goldendale for resmence m i~er. ,~ext rune to s~9 were, I ~.-v~ -.-~.,~a~- lserved as cou~nty nurse for this l ",:he l.oca~cnurcnis ~u_~y~rowal_ It ~sexpect.ed th~are~resenta- ~awara ,.. uecKer, LiOlctenaale; OI its stuaents ann a e~rUl~ m- tive from the s ]1941. . county for the past two years .... . . rote instructor Bv Deatht Mrs McCardell leaves the hus-IGlen V. S orensen, Lyle, Chas. O.( Thursda__Woolg~owerl ~u- [ According to Dr T. G. Lathrop,{vRattn IS extended to the pubhc, l.~roups will be m. Goldendale for ~ -- Iband and seven cnimren, t~over%[~ranam, Jr:, wmnram; ~ames ~:.! xiliarF style show ~ Worn- /count,, health doctor. Miss Delkl line. mee~!.ng, wmcn will open at [rf]l:tv IDonald, William, Annabelle Me-[Jackson, W~s~nram; LeoJ. Thom-j an'sAuociaflonbutldi~g, 3"a0|com~s~ here well recommended,[f~ . ~1~_* _ ~lr~_ [mgnt ocioc~ ann continue for ,~,~_v t f'~rd,ql and Mrs heianct ~vic-las Litenwooa, gkrnola 1~. L;ombs, I -- m * |~..:....... ~...a ...... ~m~ ~,~ltht| #%lqfltl~tl~Td~ I l'll'~l In |~WO nours. Donald. of Goldendale; Mrs. Paul [White_Salmon, Mfllard M_Tnp-[ Friday .-. C~nlerville Grango /^. ~n .... , I--. !" ,, = . [ All men m_terested m becoming ~ad, long4imeIGlessner, of M~nsfield; and Mrs. l lett, .C~.laengaLe.; z~on .~r~an, I meets at hall, 8:00 p.m. " [ ........... C~ada Alaska ~mempers. or the local unit are ~oldendale area, ,Charles Osborn, ot watervme. L~tmKltat ann t:.nas, lxooer~ ~et- Saturda.--Pio~_~er. A~#o~a- /v _ *t_ ! I ~ [.asKed_t9 tm .present at the meet- -h~Idendale Gen- I Other relatives incmoe six grana- Hamy, ~genaam~, . - i fion m~/s a~ Baptist hutch ILOCal rlOSpltal I .... ~ . -- ling. It lS. I~ol.ntea. out_ that retire- Saturday, Aug-]children, two brothers, ThomasI ~vt:ayor n. ~. wmverton, WhO ~s-I at 2:30 p.m. . . . / ~ ,~ !"1 t . Jack ,JacKson agqson.remrnea[men~ mg.islation has been l?assed an illness./J. Reid, of Wenatchee; anct noyisuea" an .appeal zor votumeers toI Sai~day.---Tr.out ~e r~l CCeDtel l this wee~ trom a 7,0uu n~le motgXt~o preyq9 m cenuve to join re- ~vo miles east of [Reid, of Yakima; ann numerous/ass~sL w~m. me mgn.up, sam ne I dan~'~ at hi,hie_ [.-. ~ 'J. i trap toAlasKa via me .'tman.:mgn:/~Z~" units. "l'llrough such mem- ary 19, 1875, andlmore-distant relatives. /was a.~sappomte9 vy me response.I Saturday--.Falrdan~atG!~m. |~|||~ ~.lF~tg~g ~|a]rl {way. Tr~ey were.gone amonm" rs ~p ann by. 9ttendin~ meet- age at the time~ |umy twovommeerso~:erea melrI wood, ipo_m~-ea ny_ West /''='~ ...... Iwere accompame.a.nome .bY, ~iU/angs, camps, taking cor~pona- . ~services, aann ~. uooney anal Klicki2at Hot, men, xnc. / i JacKson, wno.Is stauonea.m .~las-lence, ancl otherw~e.mee~ ~d in 1901 to]l~[,,~ffi, W;ll IMrs. Edna M u~o.rd. Cooney has[ Saturday--Pore?ha .Grange | Announcement was made this ka witl}.Lhe Army ana.w.n.o Is.on/rag reqmremems outlined m tae ' preceded him IlVaUaaU~'2' v, ~= ~ Ibeen w.qrKmg m me selective serT~ No. $ meets at ~me~,llle, |week that Goldendale General la monm s mrlou~n visztm~ hiS [law, me member can build up re- 4, 1926. J K.~--I%J--,, |,~ ~,, [vice office on me s~ona ~loor at [ 8:30 p.m. _ . [hospital has been accepted and ap- i parents, Mr. ano mrs. harry ,JacK- I urement beneflt~ . .children, Ken-II'lUllU~ty u~ %.,aLy Ithe an_a m~rs. _,l~uttora: _~_undalL--~hurCnl~_erv{ce~." [I~roved b~/.Blue ..Cr.oss. Hospital j son. - ............... [_ A year of sat~ctm~. ~c~, le, and Bernice ] I has. veen. taking, overrne aunes ox Mona ay--~o[_yaynoaday.If'tan as a tully par~lclpaung mem- 1. lack r2ae .~ean !as 9uumea m ~ae act, _~ one m Klickitat; tenl Pr~icallv all business w-ill be[reg~s~rauon o~.ncerm me at~er:] Mo~aay--"~r~.: ~'gyallup ]ber. This will mean that persons[mgnway Is rough ana ausw. ana[whmn a man..ea~ ~o p.o, mm, td two sisters, l o,,o','o-~a'-~a q, Goldendale next I noon. wolve~on has asKea mati ~-agL~s _~... ~2~2na~o at I carrying Blue Cross hospit~iza-[that Fom.a s3anap.omt, me[ .whiCh are crem~nl tn me l~now- and Mrs Wal{~Mo~l'~y.-Se1~tember 6. in orderlanother appeal ~e mane: as neI _Br~m~.~:tmpam. Itioninsurancewill.beabletodrawlcountry mmugn wmcn me roaapng_manner: ..... dendale " ] that emvloyers and emnloyes may [ feels mere ar.e many in me city I -,amsa_ay.--~c.~ool opea=. Ifull benefits from me plan tor any Ipasses is a aisappom .lzne.m% 1 une point tor eae ' Ot active -~ held ~rednes-Jh-w a ~abor Day holiday. I who could gtve a, poruon[ T~es@K.-T~. e~e~an~ meet at I treatment or services thex may[_ Prices are.reasonable !n ~anada, |duty; one po ipt fo~ ~ 2"30. from the I"-ta}~lv..__~ ....... holida_v ~entv ~lanned in[of their time, .mus relieving... SUCht o~la Y euo~ mm,~ _. [require at the local hospital. . [he sma,.out are nigh m ~mm,[te .natal. or eac~ ~.. ivy. with he[the e4tv is th baseball game be-[a large responmDmty on two peo-[ W~In~#gaY--~.. -~. ~aap~r ! Announcement of the]~t-[eggs oemg ~ ceres per 9ozenzlemt ms~rUCtlq~, a . of ~el;=;=~"Pu-va~%n and Goldendalelple. I ~a, I meem at IW~m~fl lante was made by James MeAlvin, lsmaKs u]~ to ~l.'la per pouna, an alevery year t~ ~ in a lat'B~ooks'fi~d." I (Continued on Page 4) ~ Temp~, e=ue p.m. #manager of the local hospital. Iwatermelons z9 cents per pouna. ,reserve component. \ Classes To Resume In Gold- endale Schools On Septem- Goldendale Retail Merchants Association Goes All-Out ber 7 After Summer Vaca- To Advertise Annual Fair And Rodeo; Carnival To Play tion; Teachers Meet Monday On Main Street; Races And Rodeo Evenls Being Financed By Goldendale Business Firms; Two Bands To Appear The new fall term in the Gold-. ~,endale public schools will begin Goldendale merchants and their employees will appear In .on Tuesday of next week Sep~ i7. All pupils who are to attend colored shirts, overalls and ten-gallon hats Friday monfing, classes at the high school building September 3 to remind citizens of the Kliekitat County Fair and Rodeo, September 11 and 12. Meeting in Mac's Cafe bh'i- day noon the Retail Merchants Association of the Goldendale Chamber of Commerce voted unanimously to don rodeo togs *for a week prior to show dates. Those present at the meeting 'signified their willingness to close ISaturday afternoon from 1:30 until *r