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USE SUBJECT TO LICENSE AGREEMENT. F I, STORAGE, DISTRIBUT!ON PRO-~LI1BITE/D, .i~ -J Page Two THE GOLDENDALE SENTINEL--Goldendale, Washington Thursday, September OPEN TUESDAY AND FRIDAY EVENINGS FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE -- Lou ¢,.!.. Weds Tacoma: Man In ~IN°iiCeAccount Ofand HearingReport andOf Final Notice of Hearing Final AcCo~t r" ! a ! A P T ! • ! ! T t E',J,,,ary ,.,ouy and near, and pe,ition for Distribution No. P. 2~89 the I In the Superior Court of. S i State of Washington for Klicg" ,tat County• . ^f }In the matter of the estate v J John E. Ganguin, Deceasedi~,t NOTICE is hereby given ~ 'Louise J. Ganguin, the execu~.~ of the estate of John E. Gangu t deceased, has rendered and p r~ !sented for settlement to, .~I~ l, perior Court of s.aid County, s.n~ State her final account ana-~ r. port and petition for disLributi° as such executrix; and that Tue~ !day, the 21st day of Septemb~ 1943, at ten o'clock A M. a: ~,¢ I corot room of our said Superl:~ :Court ~t Go]dend~le, in .s~.,~ !County, has been duly appO,m~ i by our Superior Court for ~ i Settlement of the Fin.al Acc0,uJ~ with w ole of, or an art of the ro petiti°nlt° ~ ~ l ~ 1.~ ~ ~ I 1 V I J[ l 1.~ J • • - ] " for Distribution ....... J Ceremony At WhRe Salmon, Aug. 28 No• 2698 1 • . . ~ 'In the Superior Court of the State Woolm'owers ,Weddm~ Held In t At an impressive double-ring, IA[ ...... | ...... ] ................ -. . w . ~.. . --* _ _ " lIl~tl-[l~ q~ Ld~q~lllbC I oI washington zor l~llCKl~at ceremony at the White Salmon: i Methodist church August 28, 1948 The followin were issued mat'-' County (In Probate) . . . Style tihow Church At Lyle ........ , ...... .. g ..... I, th~ n~,*tt~ of the estate oi A " . _ w~ss w~ary J,ou ~oay, aaugmer oz:nage licenses during the past Williaro l,~ov T~,~,~,~a I .--Y'~--~__• ]Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Cody, of Lyre, week by County Auditor Vesta "" ";, .............. %"• tieptember Z LYLE (SpecmI)---Mlss Margaret:became the bride of James W • NOTICE is hereby given that -- 1" th • Tebbs. . . • --------- E ame Montgomery became el o r rs War . Eugene M Hayes, the admlmstra- • . . ~ M ser, son of M . and M . d, August 25 ~ Bett. y Groves, 22, • . . Wool for Jumor and wool for ibride of Jer~y Shebley m cere-ID" Moser, of Tacoma• The Rev. and Cecil C Jenkins, 22, both of tor of the estate of W1)ham H¢ monies perIormea in me ~yle ' ~ucy, deceased, has rendered and Grandmother•.. Wool for sport, ............... George P. Read read the cere-,Goldendale ..... !fild with the ,clerk of the ~ and wool for dress. All will be !~vi.emoa£s,~ chUrCh ms.~ ~r~gaY mony : August 26 -- Ronald Howard presented zor settlement t% and shown at the annual style showlm,g,nL T ne brine, wearing wnlteI The church was beautiful with Binns, 21, Centerville and Elaine Z.iled with me .cler~ of me ~uper- Thursday, September 2 from 3:30 sa,~n and a.corsag.e o~ pinK.rose.: I lighted tapers and huge baskets :Creason, 18, of Goldendale. ~}or Court of stud.County andState PHONE 1-2 to 4:00 p.m. With the Wool Grow-i~uu~-=w_a~v~" ~_~,~a~ uy I of white gladiolas. 'i August 27 -- Walter Gay, 33,'ms I.maiaccoun~ and repor~ and ers sponsoring the event at the n~~u~am~ ~a[~..:ffou~.^ James Niblock, of Colorado and Pauline Gloria Swan, 23, both petit)on mr mstrz.~u~mn as sucn ' • , • n ildin zu~uw,.~ ~r~ w~uu~,~, a ~- • ' ~aammlS~l'a~or; and that l~rlaay, Women s Assoclatlobu g,. ~....,; ....... ~...M ~..n ,~... ,.~;n.. I Sprmgs, Colorado, playedthe of Bend, Oregon• , ............ ~ everyone is welcome to attend, i s~we¢~ t~e°manv'~ iovel.,~'~fts's~eiviolin before the ceremony• ! August 28 ---Wilfred S. quant, n,~e~m,aayoL~ep~emDer, ~,,. Besides the regularWool ~.~.~ .... ;..^.~ ~ ~ s t He was accompanied by Miss 139 and Vera L. Rekon, 23, both of at z:uu o CroCK r'; IVL a~ .me cour} ........ 1,,,,,~ ~=~=,~u. ~,~..~;~ a~r ..... ,~ "," ........ *---~r'i-e.,ille Ore,,on Percy G Mall :room or our said ~upermr t~ourt L.rower's committee, w~ar~orle ~ Mr and Mrs Sheble., will m~ke ~'-"v"'= ~"'~" "~~,,~u.,a, ,~,,v i~ -.-. , . :-*" .• ~.. ~ ". ~. " ~. ,-,~-~-..~ ;.. ~;.~ ,- .... ,.. -~ • " ~ " " u zl I TiOGa r~lver and ~va ~ ~.,u=,,~,a,= ,. ~,,,,, ,.~,,,.,.~ ,,a~ Foster, Norma Starks Patty Hoc- h i m 1 also played the wedding march gaar , , o . , . . it e r ho e at Ly e. " ' ' of The Dalles Ore on been duly appointed by our Sup- tor and Juamta Wflhams will ,, land accompamed Ralph BarberlSmlth, 17,. ' g •~e~:~ r'o-r* f~r *h~ °~t'l"'~e"* "~ ................ who s~n~ S .....a-d .m. ~ : .,~,~ ~ ~ ~ ~,~ ~ ~,= ~ =,,, ,,~ ~ nelp w~tn the modeling, wrtn an • ,1 g e uau~e , . ~.e = . • • • / .... ! T - TO MEET the Final Account, at which time autumn theme, }t ]s hoped that Sue Jean Guy Is fLords Prayer during the cere-~ W.C..U. !the C~.,,rt is asked to ~Pttla .¢,wh:at whichsetle suchtime thereport,Courtdistriblimis a~ many will attend and seethe ~ . I~$ • • *" t mony. .. } The Women's Christian Tern-!rEn,~r'-t-'-di:.trihut,~ ~henr-on~-rtv-'~E the property to the heirs or ¢orecast for fall. t~k~uest U~ l-loner !. T e or.~e, g}ven m marrmge iperance Urn.on will r..esume..~ts i the heirs or persons entitled to the sons entitled to the same ..... ! ___---___ oy, ner .career, w. o. ~.oqy, wore l meeungs mls weeK. -~ne laams !same and d~scharge the adminis-idischarge the executrix. ,~,~ ...... IA ur 1 ~r "el- l a ~eaunmi gown of wMte fllle, ~will meet in the Fellowship Room ~trator "~ I(SEAL) WITNESS, The -,,~'e /..----L._----. U--1-] t s pr'se s owe was n a lwith long full sleeves, fitted l of the Methodist church at 2:30 WITNESS, The Hon J E Stone, I HOWARD J. ATWELL, JU~ l~tl][ltL;ll~J}ll Kl~lLi Monday night in honor_of Sue i bodice with nine .tiny white cov- I Thursday afternoon for business iudae of the said Su.erior Court i of the said Superior Court,.~ ][~ .~IP !~ i' ..... t ~ean t~Uy, pride-erect, a~ me nome e rea buttons down the aT ont. The ! and a tea hour. 1 and~ the seal of sai~d Court af- II the seal of said Court afli~ J[~V 1•~• i.,~X~U~ ot lvliss r~ita OObe, with Miss ~a-lskirt was full with ruffles start .... i ~v~n ÷h;o ~a+~ n .... ~ ~ ...... ~ ithis 23rd day of August, ~1~ ~" ..... ~ Verne Wilk.e as co-hostess: ling in the middle of the back i Notice Of Hearing On Proposed ! 1~'~.~ ............ ~ ....~ .... r JOHN A. MILLER, County t,~¢ A hmohonn ro~otin~ nfth~_l The evening was spen~ at games and continuing down to form a',Budget Of Hospital District No.~jC~N'A M~T,T.~n C~,~unf. ~]or~t and Clerk of the super' ................. o ...... ;an dre~resnmems were served tO'trani She wore a finger tip veil, One, Klickitat County, ~ ........................ " ...... board of directors of the Klickitat ! ~a .......... • ..... ' . ! . , . and Clerk of the Superior Court• ', Court. counLv T.B. Lea~,ueo was. held in I ~".--~uurin ...... ~:me .... evenin ~vHss ~u I~ nero m place wnn a crown o~ . . wasningmn. !~ ...... (SEAL) i F. A. SMITH, Attorney for _ ... th,~ ~luhrnom~ ~t glleklt~t la.~t. . g, . g,, .~. Y seeded pearls. For her bouquet, Notmem hereby given that pur- m~tt~MnN~ ~. WA~r~ Atfnrn~v ........ Ag-26-SP~ ...................... opened me many lovely g~r~s pre , i " " I .......................... ' ......... • I - ~M ss Cody earned a single or- suant to the provlsmns of Reining- Saturday. The luncheon, consist- ~e,~,ed ~.,, *,e." *~i=,~a ............ ~ .............. i for Estate. A26-316t4--- ~~ i~a ~¢ ~lt~ ~d ~,~']|~ e,~-tr~,4 I° "" '-'z ',, - -* "-*,'*o. I cnla on a wm~e prayer ~OOK wlm runs lxevlsed ~a~utes o~ wasmng- with a areen salad and an~le hie I_ . -- l a cascade of white streamers and,ton, Chapter 246, See. 6090-35 (f) ..... Notice is hereby given -.*,. was served by the 'execut[v% c~m] t]~t,¢~,~ ~'m~'~ learried a blue handkerchief for !Laws of Washington 1945, a pro-INotice oz t~earmg l~mel .~.ccount L. Doughty on the 6th day.OfJt~ =-~. ,.vaa~.~s.~., t and 1Re ~ and Petition mittee t ~ Isomething blue. Her veil was.posed budget for Public HospitalI , po 1948, took up and now lce~./a. " i :- - • • ~'~ ......=-*---.- Iborrowed and for the something ,' District No One of KlickitatI for Distribution his place at Goodnoe Hills, w~-'- uur ng me business sessmn, a ~.,onV~ll[lOll " I ' ~ o n • " .~; ....... ; ..... ,.,.~n .,,. ,~.,. ~...,.n..} ~.old, wore her mother s crystals. C u ty,Washington, has beeni ~ t ington, the following estraY: _.~ ........ u .......................... re" are b he i " No P 2696 I ~"=- ,.ho,, ....... {÷, ~,;,.h ,,m,;,;÷ll|?--|| AAA_._..I_.J { The brides matron .of honorip p d yt Commssionersof~ • • , One (1) Gray Mare, ~ff~ ....... ""*~ ....................... ~ I ' aid Dis ri n i r the count-" this fall It was an ~t~t~ll 2-~L~][-ll3[~l , was Mrs. Lorame Cody, who wore s . o. t ct for the e su n g yea., ,*-- .,.^ c .... ,^.,-,.._., ^¢ ..^ mouth, 850 lbs. 14 hands, no ~,'-- ~¢ " ~ " Ill * .LII blll~ 0 L[ ~,l t::~l I U 1 ll~l~ U LI 1. b UI. LII~ • a floor length dress .of peach and ea in .the recoras mereoz, i . • nounced that the exact date on t ..... t~n"~ t"a* --i"~ r'~mmi--i^"^~- " :1" State of W~shmgton for Khck-lwire cut right shoulder. . .,,~,;,,~, .~. .... ;, ...;n ~ ~.~.,~ ~....., ] ~old,mdale American Le-ion i crepe and a nalo oI roses on her a u , ~ ~a u ~u ~ u,~ "~ w, s I :,~, r,.....,. Said estray will be sold ~ t~ .,,~, b .... ,.,,. **.,~ n~÷ .... m ~.~.. and Auxilia,'~ member° a÷tendina I head. She carrmd a nosegay of hold a l~ubhc hearing on the same ........... i highest bidder for cash ..a_~j $ z ......................... ~ -s " ~ ~[,]~m,]; ~ ~.~o~,,no +;~n ..,;,~. :on the fir*t Monday of O~'~nh'~r]in ~ne matter loi me estate O~tpla,ce kept, as above specifie~. reported as soon as possible., t'he tiStaten in40T et 8 and LegiOnr Con-i i~;2:'~2-~-'*'~'~--Iv~'ulu~~l,A-tttlliler~. .... uo ......... t 1948,"~t ..................... th,~ h,m~ O'~ l'n'-~0 K'~"~} I Mary E. Shew, Deceased• Wednesday the 8th day o~i ~., A guest at the meeting, was daVen On aroma Thu sday, F[- ]rd e o e n .n~'~ ....................... urmesma,us were wnss t~O~-,~nirt d~v ~ tho ~nnrt Ttnnrn ~ ÷h~[. .... , ................... NOTICE zs hereby gzven thatltember, 1948, atthe hour ~ ~ George M. Shahan, execuhve, . see- y a ldr Satu ay, r.n p rtf d o e [,~_~,~ we~,'*" ................... lwru. ~a~nerme r~lcK- ," ,- tConrt ..................... 14auto in C'.alrl~nt]~lo, ..... Tel,ok. Charles E. Shew, the executor of o'clock in the afternoon 0~ retary of the state, Assoclatmn. I bers[ of them, athegeSth~storygathem, ofgSthe° mem-state II e~s ............... wnss_ tJlorla. .d" .ricK. :. ~ hey :; :timei*"*~"~ ,~v.,,~,° .... an"*"tax"a"er~*r~";""*"-*'"~'"'*s"*"ma'"~'~* a""earW"'"""*';~" I ceased,lthe estatehasOf renderedMary E SheW,and pre-de" day, unless the owner th~hr~ • • wore uresses idemical ~o me ma~- : ~ ~ ~ P~ Featured on the Friday morn- I ..... 'and be ~eard for or a"ainst thelsented for settlement to, and his legal representative, sa, • ron ox honor aria wore a ham s • • ling program was General Mark h filed with the Clerk of the Su Pomona Grange , Clarke, who is in char#el0 of the I " a gladiola over each ear.." Ii o b " • y p P "I~'~r;''~ ...... r,,, .~ ............ -'f ~;n r,~, ..÷.~ .... o.~ pearout hisPri°rtitle,t° andthat paytimealla~cl~c t r e r r They carried nosegays of gladmhlP sed ua~et, i . • against said estray. _. ,4 ~P_ ]~..-.~. ~-.L..uJ--_. Weste n ar a fo the U. S. A my ............ : AnticPatea Incom.-1"4"I State h~s final account and re- |U |¥|~ a.~L~[r~l~ILocal Legionnaires and auxiliary x)ed w~m p~nK s~reamers. "rne~rl~,~,,~ .... ,~..~ ¢~a~'e~ ~n, nalport and petition for distributioni Date of first publication " . -- dresses were mue crepe ~ ~"~"~""="~ "';"~" ~"~'~ • "~"'"" I --.--,.-.- l members w~o 'attended the con- -.. .. • • .;'...- ~aar ~,,,.nh,o ~ nnn nn t as such executor; and that Tues- notice August 26, 1943. . Pomona G.ran~{e No~5 will meet ! ~eantie°r? lv~ea~21~ir~ndiM~cEoC" 1 onl~,edz;?W:rsg~r~f~s g~?~e?n~o ~ax" Le[v.~'("3 mi)'isj"::~:::[ 18:500:00 d~y~ .tl~e.21st, day of September, C. L. WINTER, Sheriff o, I tat County, Washington, ,at me L;enterwue L~range nalt .... '... : ..... "I w-~ ~r,~a ~,. ~,t,,o n~,÷.~n .... ~o. hospital uperating In- I u ~, at ten o CLOCK A. IVI., at ];fie By EARL JONES, Depu.tY.'~a~P' Saturday mght, September 4, atl~,~.. ~'~,. ~,,~.~:., ~;~:.~ ~.=...~ land carried a little whi,t~= b.~r]rm come ................................ 19,000.00 [cour.t room of said Supemor ~:00 standard time, according to j .'~'~ "2'*?'. "%="~'~'" .~=* ...... u~- t of rose leaves. "i .......... . . ~ It:burr at t~omenaam, in . said announcement made th~s week. in; ~amm~q, riowara t~awson, auI Th .... m^~.~.... ~-~. ~ ..... Total Anticipated In- I County, has been duly appointed For refreshments, all members of '~o~, ~oiaenaate, ana ~a r~unl, ot Lou I)eWa'~t=a~I~-~-~'~':~--~-'~ come 1949 ................... $39,000,00 by our Superior Court for the Centerville and Goldendale iwn'ne ~almon. ,, I~otti were dreo=n i~-.'~,-~'~Y Antic,patti Budge! 1945 I Settlement of t'he Final Account, A ttention: _.~ Granges are asked to bring cake~l ......... . ...... I~ Richard ~¢Ioser"a~e~'"as~'b~st Current Expense: lat which time the Court is ,askedI LADIES and GENTL~" . and Pleasant Valley and east of l -, ~-~.~ ~.mr.r.~ •- I man for t~'e "r~''-~ '----~ ~-" , ~" Clerical ,to settle such report, distribute Rock Creek are to bring sand- !. ~.~ne re gui.ar meenng oz ~.ne I.~,.o ...~.. '~m~v'~ %".."~."'~.~"-~" Salaries .... $1,800.00 I the property to the heirs .or per- For your alterations and I • • v~.~.~,~= ~..- ,- ....... • ...... , ................. - tayloring and general sA~w,'- .......... er of ,the bride, Boris Boaz, Geo tmn will be held Saturday, Sep-I ........... . hondo .~0~ ~0 " Ichar~e the executor O ~ ................ ° .... • lasbery, ~.ee ~nola, and Jac~ .,-.~ ~ ,,~ t~ . -- ~tember 4, at 2:30 p.m. at the ~i.t.~L Travel and (SEAL) WITNESS, The Hon. VisHthe New " ~,nurcn {fir (./nrss$ ,Baptist Church. Au. pioneers and. Mr ~ ...... Misc Ex- HOWARD J. ATWELL, Judge I friends of the pioneers are m, s ~ody cnose mr her aaugn Court & Wilbur Streetsi. ,~n ÷., ~.,~.n " ter *s w~ " '~ a ,~ ~ n? ~¢~.~" pense 900 00 of the said Superior Court and ALTERATION • dln.~ _ _r ...... .~__, .......... ' rhe Bible Only" I............... ,,, with brown accessories. She wore Total Current SHOP the seal of said Court ,affixed this 20th day of August, 1948. . ..~ If w a 1 I CENTERVILLE GBPd~GE a corsage of pink carnations and Ex,-ense -¢ 3 000 00 JOHN A. MILLER, County Clerk First door West ot .. e 1 .speak Lhe same thing,t Centerville Grange will meet gladiola ~" ": ....... • • Interest Ant~- , and Clerk of the Superior .-.-- ~,r~ men we win dwell togemer inlFriday evenSng, September 3, at Mrs. Moser was gowned m ei,~ated Bond Court. t'none unny, t~ut wnere are we going !8"00 p m Reports on the progress blue and wor~ brown accessor- 1 ~: ~ ~gna na to ........ get all this same thing to ~;peak.., of the Grange' booth _t~ ~h,~ .... ~'Jr,~" ies. She also wore a corsage ~I ~e~,,~,,i~ii~';;" -~ ...... F. A. SMITH, AttorneYAg26.SplS_t4__for Estate ~ ~ apou~.: ~aere,.~s your promem, air Sept. 10-11-12 will be outlined• gladiola and pink carnations. I'" Ex~en:e"*"s 1n ~/~ nn' mgnt! There's not a creea~ooE A ~ood attendance is urged• The three .tier wedding cake]~^~..~r~.~'~ ........... ~ • , among all those written by men " was the center °f attenti°n °n "''~t~n~"=~-~" ~~= D~ i~ that is acceptable as a b~sis for CHAPTER TO MEET the serving table. The cake was ~en's%~'~" 21 000 00 ' unity. But there is one book that Regular Stated Communication ,topped with a tiny white wed-l ...................... records God's Word which is the of Evergreen Chauter No. 1, O.E.S. dine bell in which a miniature I Total Antic,- perfect thingI That book is the will be heldTemple.Wednesday evening,are bride and groom stood. Cutting l ~ated Ex ~onnnnn~l"- ~[~Y2~| Bible!. Let us teach what the September 8, a¢ 8:00 o'clock in the the cake after the first piece by [ ~endi~ures Bible says, no more and no less, Masonic All members I the bride and groom was Mrs. I ~'oaa " T~ever S~LHJ~"~ and we will all speak the same urged to attend and a cordial in- R.F. N iblock..~ . . .] ~Jpo~n'"t~e"'conclusion'o~sai'~ ivlrs Tnelma ~oa . an aunt o~ lSSlOn rs shall thingtion inaCC°rdingI Corinthianst° that 1:10,exh°rta'If re .... vitation to visitors is extended, the brides," served t~e punch and,bv'hearingr.~ol.tio~the Comm'a~l~, ",.o~ .,7 ,,. h avs to lie, buS people would but speak MASONS MEET MrSh Robert Cody, also anaunt [a~ fin~all; det"~rm'in;~l and fix~'t~he thmkt. ..etter w where .the Bible speaks and re- Goldendale Masonic Lodge will o ~ e..~rme, .pou.rea me corzee, t final amount of the expenditures ,J main silent where it is silent, resume,. Stated Communications` as~s.un$ .abom meroom were for the ensuin :ar, commencing amongthere wouldn'tthem! be any divisionsSeptemberthis week on2~ accordingThursdataY toeVenmginfor-" DunIap,~Vtrs" wrgmlaMrs. Fred~ager'Korthase,Mrs" rnylnSMrs, t Deeemberiasl oiof JanauarY31,~g19491:,vear'1941948 and ending ~ave stram on your purse! marion received from Secretary Pauline Chamberlain, Miss Ellen l Dated this 27th'day of August Attend next Sunday's services C. H• Knosher. Struck, Helen Hess, Mrs. Ray]1948 at 10-12 a.m. and 8-9 p.m. Also~ ,,, ~ Straughn, and Mrs. Cimmiyotti. ,j C" PHILLIPS, Commissioner. the Wednesday Bible study at i REBEKAHS TO MEET Immediately after the reception IR" A. JACKSON, Commissioner 8 p.m. ~ First meeting of ~he Rebekahs the bride and groom left for Fox tR~ G. HALLYBURTON, Commis- ........ . 'after the vacation will be held Island in Tacoma on a wedding siGner. Church Of Chnst ;Sept. 7. Members are asked to trip.. The bride wore a green suit [ (SEAL) ATTEST: LEONARD O. -'- g, .... ~ ~. ~rn6... a,,,,..~., bring quilt tickets in as the draw- with green shoes and b~[g, beige i LARSEN, Clerk. Sp2 t?~ .,%-~,~ ~v,.~= o~©%~, ing will be ~eld at the r~ext re.g- hat and gloves,i "MaK~ unrm[mns U~lly" ular meeting, Sept. 21. Mrs. Moser is in her seniorI NEW BUSINESS year at W. S. C. where she is i Jimmy Davis has started a shoe studying textiles and clothing. I shine business in Goldendale. At Mr. Maser is alsb a student at!the present time Jim doesn't have W. S. C. Where he is taking a any headquarters, so he is older- general course, ating on the Main Street, . .. 3ust Out-of-town guests were: Mr. !wherever he comes across a cus- COST OF LIVING STILL and Mrs. RoBert Cody and son, I tomer. Despite the faclt JimISnew Robbin, from E~tacada, Oregon; ! at the business he does a good job Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Cody and land we hope the young man will daugMer, Sharan Kay, of Sca,p-,coatinue in his business venture• {}Margaret Werner Beautician o"Polly" DresseI Owner- Manager PHONE 1.2 GOING UP .....but not the cost of o We're holding the price line on guaran- teed O.K. recapping in spite of higher material costs. So you'd better hurry and take advantage of precent prices• pose, Oregon;Mrs• Pauline Cham- berlain and son, Ben and Dennie, of St. Helens, Oregon; Mr. and Mrs. R~chard Cody, of Longview; Mrs. Dorothy Leathers and son, of Willamina, Oregon; Mr. and Mrs. Bud Boughet, of Eugene, Oregon; Miss Orphic Moser, of Tacoma; Mr. and Mrs. Richard Moser, of Seattle; Mr. and Mrs. Ward D. Moser, of Tacoma; Mr. and-~Mrs. Charlie Fuhrman, of Ashland, Oregon; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Korthase, Of Goldendale; Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Jensen, of Bickleton; Mr. and Mrs. J. Niblock, of Colorado S Miss Gladys Clark and Clark, .of Portland; Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Vaughn and daughters, Alice and Marie; Mr. ahd Mrs. ~r" L. Shultz; Bobby Hallett; Lela • Moser; Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Lamor; Marilyn and Bud Bou el; Eugene and Lucille Mr. and Mrs. Bob Moser and Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Moser; J. Vick. IIIH TEEN-AGE DANCE A teen-age dance will be held at the Grange hall on Friday night ~ of ,this week, September 3. Danc- ing will be from 8:00 to 11:00 p.m. Your Optometrist Spent the four best years of his life Learning the refraction and the evaluation of sight And knows what to do to aid your vision See him with confidence. DR. R. F. CREIGHTON OPTOMETRIST Bhwea, Wuhtngtou In Gold~ndale every Thurs. day at TyacJ~s Jewe~ Blm Need New Tires . . . Buy Kellys The Mid-Columbia Production Home-Owaed--Home-Oper ted C. J. Wilde, Prop. Credit Association WILL HAVE A REPRESENTATIVE AT C. F,. CROOI~ OFFICE THE SECOND AND FOURTH TU~DAYB OF EACH MONTH TO DISCUSS 5% Crop and Livestock Loans Corduroy sport coats lead the these are right up there for dollar- stretching low price too flap pocket single breasted sP°! with 3 leather buttons. Fall sh~ brown, tan, green, maroon, rust. Full rayon lining. Sizes