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AGREEMENT. REPRODUCTION, DISSEMINATION, STORAGE, DISTRIBUTION PROHIBITED. September 2, 1948 THE GOLDENDALE SENTI~dendale, Washington Page Three - i | Theatre PHONE 52 Co~*inous show every Saturday. ~ Homer Mitchell and Rem Hunt- SUnday and Holiday sIarting !ington, of Klickitat, were Golden- at 2:15 P.M. !dale business visitors last Wednes- i day afternoon. ~atinee prices until 5:00 p m Mr and Mrs Gus Trumbo were *, . , . . j business wsltors m The Dalles last Every child occupying a seat i Thursday. must have a ticket i Bruce Cooper and Roy Thomas, l of Cle Elum were visitors in Gold- ~'- j endale last Friday at the home of I Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Cooper. Pziday.Salurday Sept. 3-41 Mrs. George Ross spent two !days in Portland last week on Starring /At HAYMES. VERA ELLEN ROM[RO.C[LESTE HOLI A 2C~ Century-Fox Fiesta! Cartoon and Comedy Sept. 5-6 CONTINOUS SHOW AND MONDAY Starting at 2:15 P. M. Another Wonderful Goldwyn Comedy l GI.EASON GLAOYS COOPER. ELSA ITHE MITCHELL BOYCHOIR ~ews Reel and Cartoon Sept. 7 NELSON EDDY ILONA MASSIf A REPUBLIC PICTURE POpeye Cartoon and POPULAR SCIENCE IS THE . YoUr bets! Who gets PQIPitatlng Paulette . . . Wha'd rather cut cards than klss---s/le soysl In s. Sept. 8-9 with C~toon and IS AMERICA i business. Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Pike and daughter Pamela returned home Saturday from a two weeks vaca- tion trip through Eastern Oregon and to Seaside. Mrs. Otis Jackson left last Thursday for Grangeville, Idaho, where she will spend a week vis- iting with her sister, Mrs. William Telcher, and family. Phil Newell, of Newberg, Ore- gon, spent the weekend as a guest at the H. S. Barnes and Frank Freeley homes. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Spake and children, of Walla Walla. spent the weekend in Goldendale with Mrs. Spake's father, Howard Lewis. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Silver spent several days in Portland last week on business. Frank Sarsfield, of The Dalles, was a Goldendale business visit- or Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Warren Flanagan and sons spent a few days in Seattle this week. Leonard Goodnight, of Biekle- ton, was a Goldendale business visitor Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Swagert at- tended the stock car races in Yakima Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Robinson, ! of Klickitat, were Goldendale business visitors Saturdaya. Mrs. Jess Bradstreet returned from Yakima last week where she took a special bookkeeping course. Jack Coffield, of Wishram, was a Goldendale business visitor Monday. Charley Rayburn, of Wishram transacted business in Golden- dale Saturday. Mrs. "Lucky" Cook has ac- cepted a position with Knight's Electric, Westinghouse dealers. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Kanzle] and son, of Ritzville, visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Jackson Sunday. Mrs. Myrtle Nickerson left Wednesday for Hood River and The Dalles where she will visit relatives for a week. Harry Wilson, of Bickleton stopped in Goldendale last Wednesday evening. He was on his way from Portland. Mr. and Mrs. Kenny McMurry, of Wishram, and Miss Oriar Johnson, of Portland, were busi- ness visitors in Goldendale. Ted Newman, of Wishram, was in Goldendale a few days this week visiting friends. If you have tired, aching feet try a pair of "KNAPP" Cushion- ed Insoled shoes' Sizes for All! Roy Lundberg, City, Phone 1942. 361-- Mrs. W. N. Montgomery, Mrs Carl R. Wood, Mrs. Roy Walker. Mrs. Jack Hargraves, and Mrs. Ralph Ross, of Lyle, spent Mon- day in Goldendale. Fred Calker, of Portland, was a Goldenda]e business visitor Monday afternoon. Bob Jackel has enlisted in the Navy and is now awaiting orders to report for training. Roy Lundberg is spending this week in the east end of the coun- ty on business. Jerry Portschy spent a few days in Goldendale this week with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Portschy. George Juris, of Bickleton, was a Goldendale business visitor on Tuesday. Milner Larsen and Chris Jen- sen, of Bickleton, were Golden- dale business visitors Tuesday. Ray Carter, of Appleton, was a Goldendle business visitor Tues- day. Dr. T. G. Lathrop, of White Salmon, was a Goldendale busi- ness visitor Tuesday. Effie Mattney and Grace Adams, of Portland, were week- end guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs Charles Ramey. Miss Muriel Spoon returned Sunday ~rom Portland, where she spent a week visiting rela- tives and friends. Mrs. Harry Miller and Miss Jayne Kreps, of Laurel, were Goldendale business visitors on Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Reginald Miller and family, of Seattle, are ex- pected to arrive in Goldendale this week for a visit with his ~arents, County Clerk and Mrs. A. Miller. Mr. and Mrs. V. C. Sorensen and son, Glenn and Mrs. C. R. Cooksley and daughter, Karen, of Lyle, were Goldendale business visitors Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Alan Hall, of Portland, visited in Goldendale Monday. Harold and Conrad Mobley, of Yakima, were Goldendale busi- ness visitors Monday afternoon. 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