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Page Eight THE GOLDENDALE SENTINEL---Goldendale, Washington l~hursday, September 2, 19@ Cain To Attend B,-. c so,,oM Plane Makes I Last Rites Held European Parley Pfc Bill Jackson, who has been | .];'rl,'T F W. D. Lainhart stationed with the Army in An- _or Senator Harry P. Cain is sched- chorage, Alaska, arrived in Gold- I .... uled to fly to Europe September endale the first of the week on a ......... i Final rites for Willis D. Lainhart 8 for a five-day series of meet- 30-day leave, which he will snend . ~aa:(.LUCK mus~ nave ~aeen mcl: lwere held at the Phillips funeral ings w, iVh the prime ministers of with "his narents, Mr and Mrs }ng wlm ~es ~loya, ,L,)enwooa/home last Sunday afternoon at England and France and Ameri- Itarrv Jackson Bill accompanieci hinder oroKer, when ms plane i two o'clock, with the Rev. Walter - 1 d r i rm n on world " " was zorcea flown last week near. i f o al B test e~n ea e s n Ge a y c c o nd son ...... ~Sm th, o the G ldend e ap . his unAe, Ja k Jacks n a . ' ~B ac n o- . .... condttlons, i Harold who had ~one to Alaska i e o . tc cK ai~eI ~.aevempmgichurch, offlclatmg. . . , o, ~molor ~rouole ~-~ccorolng to the~ Upon his return to the Umted I' to look things over but de- ,z .... " ..... "l Interment was m the I O O F. ". .... ", "'" . i'eport J~mya escape(] w]m omy, . " " States on Sept. 14, Sen. Cam will Iclded they dldn t want any part Of,mino~ br,,is^..~.~,. ,~^ ~ ui-i cemetery, pallbearers being Bert begin an extensive speaking tour :,the northern country. Jack re-ic "aft" u,~l'~?P'~3",~ ....... !Wilkins, Ray Wilkins, Roy IKaiser, t was DaO y aamagea with addresses in Maine, Michi-)ported that high wages were beingi " i Russ Hardin, Mike Hensley, and g an, Illinois, Iowa, West Virginia, I paid in practically all branches, I Lloyd was taking the plane to i Eldon McKune. Kentucky New Hampshire, and I'but that living costs were. such. as i Portland. for inspection, the report I . "~ . Vermont ~to offset the salary dffferenhal, sa~d. School supphes at The Sentinel. Sept Weather Report Total precipitation for the month of August came to 0.94 inches, it was reported by Ray Hoffeditz, local weather observer. The 7 a.rn. temperature readings for the past week follow: Date Max. Men.Pre. August 26 ............ 78 44 0.00 August 27 ............ 78 46 0.00 August 28 ............ 79 45 0.00 August 29 ........... 85 46 0.00 August 30 ............ 84 46 0.00 August 31 ............ 72 36 0.00 1 ................ 79 36 0.00 ........ +-- | We lead them all on high quality meals and low prices every day I|; nnt, s lb. I] $c Whole or Half--Swift's Skinned VEAL ROAST ........... lb.. 7c Arm and Blade Cu~s ~"-- JOWL BACON ...........lb. 35 on Lois of customers we know will be loading up with root beer and other soft drinks over the holiday --- buying them by the case, in fact! Don't you think that's a pretty good idea? Espe- cially when you have such a wide choice of delicious refreshing drinks such as these? --- and at such an economical price? Money back, you know, if they fail to hit the spot! e6 ROOT BEER LEMON-LIME your- self Get your supplies as early as possible this week--while stocks are com- plete and stores are less crowded. Make it easier for you--and for us, too. Shop early! SNO-COLA TOM COLLINS ORANGE SODA Merry Mix Water STORES CLOSED f Bottles j f /~I.__$~r~~ LABOR DAY / / ~~]~ SEPT. 6 i C,se ,o.,.. 1.59 i our Choice-All One Kind or Assorted ~ ill _Q]!r F/no rBe~u_~J i BIRELEY'S ORANGE 7 oz. bottle & for 25c PEPSi COLA 12 oz. bottle Sc (Plus Deposit) II ii1,,111 i i|1 ORANGE JUICE, Full O' Gold 1I" :: 27 BLENDED JUICE, Blend O' Gold 11c 25 TOMATO JUICE, Sunny Dawn 10 o,." 23 Libby 4629= 's 13 o, TOMATO JUICE, ..o POTATO CHIPS, Blue Bell 25= .o, 69=" Wrighrs Wh;te or 1V a-lb. 21" Wheat loaf Peanut Butter Real Roast Ib. jar 3~ PiCNiC PICKLES ,z o,. i.r 25c Nalley's Treasure Pickles WAXT LUNCH ROLL per roll 19c Keeps Lunches Fresh---125 ft. A famous back.East brew of Full Case Pilsner type beer qt. can 12 cans -- iii ,i i H , INl~ H,I, r " I N II I ,I I I1~ ............................ - ! ThinkmY IS' 41' " / ' MARSHMALLOWS Campfire Brand, lib. pkg. / "" / I PREM LUNCHEON MEAT 12 oz. can solid meat 43" wxns ltiSG ll "" PORK and BEANS c.,s. An outing "must:', No. 21/2 can 20" SARDINES Tempes Brand-.from Ma,ne, No. I/4 +,n 14" I ;AI'r.W/W , TEA TIMER CRACKERS Crisp, crunchy, buffery, lb. pkg. 27' I Some of the sweetest ~ ..... . ..................... i.~ ,,VEt On your favorite type, of cheese a.t S.afew,y I I WATERMELONS ~~l ~ =~va~::,c2....,... .:: :,,:,..,. ,~, ::/':~:: I Velveeta'2"""=L'Sl'05 1 "*"'''"'" #erAd~lr,~ I~l~[~r, ff,~Lr, ff~ reduced price 4~ l SHARP CHEDDAR w..,,,., lb. 79I .............. ~1 ,,,,OUN03/'< i ~ I r~dul~ Hales ...v-- [~1 Thompson lb. 121/2 Grapes See, Jess / What could be nicer for the Labor Day week end I, litl , I, " Pears lb. 12c 341b. box $3.15 --and inexpensive foe. I Cucumbers Green lb. 5c r e. ~-, ~~ ~'~-~ i Lettuce 'SeJ d, heads | lb. 10c Whole or hal+. LB. 07 ~'" ~ it~~~~~~'~ ~ J Lemons ~:','o0' lb. 15c i I,-..,,..,." ........ i J Oranges Ju~C~'enSiweet S lb. 43e I Especially Nice for Potato' Salad. I BT.C6X LB.S:~cl lb.". ' "i i:" rA1 ........ ',:,,S i I I I II lry.lng Chickens, e.vlserated lb. 79 ICorned Beef J Chickens for stewing lb. 69c JSausage, pure pork lb. Sgc U.S. No. 1 Grade. 10 lb. 39c I Sliced Bacon, lean lb. 69e ~ Beef Pot Roasts, blade or arm lb. 6Sc Wieners---no tough skinslb. 58c| Halibut Steaks, white, flaky lb. S5 I Assorted Lunch Meats lb. SSc/ Pork Chops lb. 69c SAFEWAY~PRODUCI GROUND BEEF .......... lb. 45c Fresh BACON ................. lb. 24' Ends and Pieces STEAK .................. lb. {i5c Finest Quality--Young, Tender Baby Beel SIDE PORK .............. lb. 57' Fresh Have a good lunch at the Star Fountain DELICIOUS TURKEY OR BOILED HAM _.. SANDWICHES with POTATO SALAD .......... ~a~ SOIYPS OF ALL KINDS -- GOOD COFFEE SUPER THICK MILK SHAKES -- COLD DRINKS ICE CREAM --- SUNDAES OF ALL KINDS You will like our fresh made SOFT ICE CREAM _____-_____ FI ESH CABBAGE ................ lb. 5c Calif. Bunch Carrots ..... 3 for 25c Green Peppers ............. lb. No. 2 POTATOES ....... 50 lb. 98c DANISH SQUASH ........ lb. 10 st When you buy your Home Remedies and ToiletrieS. _~. The Star Super Market, you get the best in m..e~, dise at the lowest prices, which means substantm~ ~" ings for you. The Star Super Market, Goldendale's Most Co~pi Shopping Center " ... Ocean Spray CRANBERRY SAUCE.. ~ ..... 14 ~: Folded TOILET PAPER ............... per pac~* ~ No. 10 tins" Canned Apples (cheaper than peeling)_ - "t~ Jelly Glasses, ~ pints, squat or tall ........... dO~. 3~ pa~ Jersey Knitted GLOVES .................. .,- 5~ S and W Mellowed COFFEE ................. i.~- $9 Flakies Grated TUNA ................. 6 oz. tl.~ lbtu, Heinz BAKED BEANS (any kind) ........ " "-t 5~ P~' Gold Seal GLASS WAX . ................... S Borene BAR SOAP ...................... 3 bar~s3.qS,~ Kitchen Queen Family FLOUR ....... 50 lb. bag ~g Jam Jell PECTIN, 8 oz. bottle .............. 2 (~t.00 RIGHT NOW CLEANER ............. 50c a~a -- Large Complete Stock of Frozen Foods at All~jj No Sales to Dealers '!