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SUBJECT TO LICENSE SSEMINATION, STORAGE, r Page Six THE GOLDENDALE SENT1NEL---Goldendale, Washington Thursday, September 2. 194 ,;,,,, ,, ,, , , ~ ADD I~EW M,~CHINE I~,,~,,,||A, T ...... 1 ~ ~ q II J ~ I Miss Maxine McColgin, corn- Mrs. Jack Hargraves, of Belle- Mr. and Mrs. Larry Tile Oo]d~e ..Auto Supplyl,-~llli|l~,|l~g- ILUI~C||a . ] ,Ul~ill'~h d,~ I1~ I~~m~l['4~lllL~ Imercial teacher in the hiff.h ville, Ilk, is visiting her parents,/spend this weekend visiung " West. ~d~.. B~I Lwundbetg I Research. . ..... !. Paul Thom.pson. and family family.;, Mrs. Hosfelt accompanied I Mr. and Mrs. 'Ken McKee and Mrs. Ed Karge. of Wishram. Jaci~ L the birth of a daughter o.n..A~g~i. ,~=-* ,~,~,,, ,-',.- ,,.=~-~ ,, tne bureau conauctea tne m-have oeen vmmng ~or a ~ew nays ~wrs. ttaze~ ~o her nome m ror~-!Mr and Mr.~ Kirk McKee s~ent is now Dilotin~ a Northwest Air-[25 t Mr and Mrs Will~-A~;~ ~ vestigation at the request of the, with relatives in Mt. Vernon. land and will also visit another Sunda- at "~i~e McKee cabin at 1;nes ,qane ~rom Seattle to Min- B-.-~ ~* 'Carom The little lao~ xperlence (JOhn,S ~Shelton Chamber of Commerce. 1 Mrs. Grace Carmlchael, of daughter, Mrs. F. E. Deem and,the Leidl ranch on the Bi~ Klick- neaoo]is Minn /weighed nine hounds and has ! "While situations in.various Vancouver B. C. and Mrs. Daisy family while there. She plans itiat ~" B: W.' Kindred, athletic coaehlnam~d Caroih~n Nancy. She~l~ towns ann counties vary, ~ne oamc O Hanlan of Fairlawn, N. J. who to return home during the com-[ Fred Daven~-ort and "Pooch" of GoldendaIe high school s,,enti,*~~-+ -,.-an,~ d .... htei" of w. ' ........findings on general buying habzts are motolmg to New York vm mg week. 'VanDeVanter ps ent the weekend Monday and Tuesday here re- Byars. o. f Goldendale. and atbtudes m the Shelton ~zcm-'.Cahforma, were guests last week Mr.andMrs.M. Beeker, of~]campng Tuesday tel Mr. and Mrs. Louis- Gille_,~a, at the mouth O f Outlet turning to Seattle :ity point to the fact that small,in Goldendale of Mrs.H.W. move his family to Goldendale '~guests at the W. F. Horn~u~ town mez'chants are attracting a :daughters were Friday ove.~2.~ large share of the effective buy- i other trzex=;t~ rday. They .uo,V ;on City, ~'~ usic instrUCW:.:, ing the co~.,~ Goldendale last ~_~ had the ~= ing inc~ne of their trading area," Dr. Engle said. The survey showed that 83 per- cent of the families in the Shelton trading area purchased their gro- ceries in Shelton and 87 percent A Vote For OLE H. OLSON Representative For REPRESENTATIVE Sixleenth Dislric~ bought their hardware in town. Other categories and percentages included men's clothing, 78.5 per- cent; women's clothing, 60 per- is a vote for Business, Legislative! and Public administrative expert-1 ence. Resident of state since 1914i and of district since 1918; publish-l er of the Pasco Herald 1918-1943; served two terms as Representa-t tire from Franklin County; eight/ years as State Printer; more than~ three years as Public Housing Ad- ministrator in Pasco; active m all community affairs. Thoroly famil- iar with Reclamation and road problems .of district and state. Identified with reclamation and taxation legislation during pre- vious sessions. This Broad Experience Qualifies For Position Of Legislator Now. Portland. were Tuesday evening 'Bates and of Mrs. A. B. Robinson. guests at the home of Mr. and The latter is from Seattle and is Mrs. Hugh Cameron in Center- :the mother of Mrs. Carmichael=ville. Mr. and Mrs. Beeker were and a sister of Mrs. Bates on their way home from Call- Miss Edith Wierman has re- fornia, where they spent a few turned to Goldendale after spend- days vacationing. ing several days in Portland and Mrs. L. R. Stout, of Wishram at the D. E. Bunn homc in Wish-and son, Paul, of Parkdale, Ore- ram. . . !gon, returned from Pendleton, Seve~ial ~ farmers througflout i Oregon' where they visited Mrs. ~he valley, tOOK agvamage o~ ;ne Stout's brother, Will Luttrell, well testing eqmpment brought who is confined in the St. into this area by GillenwaterslAnthony hospital. hardware. The equipment willI Mr. and Mrs. Estel Hale, of be moved out of the county this i San Francisco, California, are in week, Dean Gillenwaters said-IGoldendale visiting Mrs. Hale's Purpose of lhe testing was pri-]aunt, Mrs. Lettie Berry. Mr. Hale marily to determine the amount iresided in Bickleton for many of fiow for irrigation purposes. cent; furniture and appliances, 76.9 percent. Saturday still remains the tra- ditional day for rural residents to I come to town, the survey showed. Between 50 and 60 percent of the family population of the Shelton area reported they go to one or more stores on that day. The report credits the Shelton weekly newspaper, the Mason County Journal, with an import- ant effect on drawing customers to the town, especially on Friday and Saturday. STAMP HONORS FOUNDER on the Big Klickitat. Sunday they were joined by Claude for the school year. Knight. The local men reported Mr. and Mrs. Ray Hoffeditz and :home and visited other fr i a ~ood catch of steelhead. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Hoffeditz will Goldendale Saturday. I Miss Janette Schwoch and M~ss[spent th~s weekend m Bellevue~enroute to Oregon , Lucile Greenfield, nurses at the with Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Wiles. Gilles will be music i i Barnes hospital in Vancouver The Wiles children, David and the schools during l were Sunda~ guests of Mr. and'Diane, w:ho had spent the sum- term. He was Gold~ I Mrs. J. J. Fry. They spent the !met in Goldendale with their !.school music instructor !day at the Fry cabin on the Big grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Ray land he and his family '~Klickitat. Miss Sehwoch cared ~Hoffeditz will return to Bellevue :spending the summer in west. for Mr. Fry during the time he {with them. iwas confined in the Veterans I ;hospital . . . and after listening! I to Joe's stories about the fishing t ..... O m the B~g Khck~tat, ~ust had t come up ~here to try her luck. , Mr. and Mrs. Logan Wilson and family left Friday for Bozeman, years and will be remembered Montana, to visit relatives. The I by many in that community. He Wilson's will be joined in Mon- ~s a son of the late Win. Hale, of tana by their daughter, Faye, !Bickleton. While here Mr Hale who has spent the summer in i ealled on County Treasurer R. Bozeman with her grandoarents. I M. Spoon. ,From Montana they will go to I Tom He]seth, district soil con-I Idaho for a visit with relatives 'servationist for Klickitat and i before returning home. /Skamania counties and Oscar Mrs. Adah VanHoy Larsen and Heintz, unit conservationist sta- ~rand daughter, ,of Klamath tioned at Bickleton, were Gold-iFalls, Oregon, were visitors last endale, business visitors Monday. !week with relatives in Golden- Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bulmer, ofldale. Virgil VanHoy accompanied San Louis Obispo, California, ar-Ihis sister home to Klamath Falls rived in Goldendale last Friday last Saturday. for a visit with their daughter Mr. and Mrs. Pete Jensen and and husband, Mr. and Mrs. How- children spent last weekend in ard Lawson. Mr. and Mrs. Bul-,Kent with her brother, Kenny mer plan to return home in two Brondt, and wife. Kenny, who weeks. The former Goldendale formerly assisted in the Western A commemorating stamp honor- residents say they like their new Auto Store in Goldendale, now ing Clara Barton, founder of the mcation very well and are both has his own sporting goods store American Red Cross, will be i enjoying the best of health, in Kent. Also visiting in Kent S~aUnFUl, ROOMY STUPOr issued on September 7, according, Guests at t:he Bud Oldhamiwere Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Brondt, rH~e $1Z~$ ~ANY STY~Stto announcement made by the borne during the last two weekslof Ellensburg. T01~ (;rain Cowhld*, Pioddn, Tooled Stecr6id! ]postal department, iwere J. R. Oldham, of Rivera, I Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wiidanen Also~l Ili~lers . | i California, Rev. and Mrs. H. G. land daughter, Mrs. Wade Uecker, | Hate to write a letter? Then lCassell, of Walla Walla, Mrs. F ireturned home last Thursday I buy a New Royal Portable and iN. Whitney, of Hoquiam and Mr. I from Pendleton, Oregon, where The Sentinel t~ake letter writing a pleasure.,~dmMrS. Maurice Whitney, of they visited with relatives and The Goldendale Sentinel. tf--" y pi . friends for a few days. GIlT ITIO~ The Goldendale Sentinel_ .j General Admission: Adults S1.75; Children 75c Grandstand: Adults 75c; Children 50c, inc. tax