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SUBJECT TO LICENSE AGREEMENT SSEMINATION, STORAGE, Page Ten THE GOLDENDALE SENTINEL---Goldendale, Washington Thursday, September 2~ INEV4NEV4 of Sec. 11-4-10.I A ]kWl='~.|,-='L--I- 1~.| ..... Igames between Billings, Montana, endale, who has been suffering for many months with cancer., White Salmon io a ,z'D r ee- Real Estate ~ w.J. Cody et ux to Thomas A. ! W A~IL|II~II~ILCEL LMC~WD i and Toppenish. Billings won both p'assed away at .her home at 9:30 i Murphy were among the White ~ ~ I Varnson et ux, real estate in Sees. 'l ~ ~ matches. "--'~ ~ Salmonites who attended the Cen- ~ T~,;,,~ A F'ha~*a;,~ ,~* iio r, &r~;~] r29, 32 and 33-4-12, 540 acres. ~ Mrs. George Sofield i Mrs. Gus Drexal has been con-/Sunday evening, At~eust 29. I:Ier tenmal celebratmn m The Dalles ~Klebe et ux Lots 13 and 14 in i J.D. Cooke et ux to Marion E. I ~ ifined to her home with an infected i many friends will m~ss her: _.~..~ Mr. and Mrs. Leo Williams left Saturday m ght.. -.. . o IBlock 5, Hopkins' First AdditionStauch, S'WV4 of Sec. 23; NW.~,i Mrs. E. L. Greenfield and son foot. She had a growth removed Fannie Briggs ~has been staY~, Sunday for a weeks vacation at lv~rs ~:mn ~ratton spen~ xrom to Goldend le i NWV4NEV4, and NE~/4SW~4 of Allen went to Portland Saturday a few weeks ago and infection set at the McCardell home the l~" j . a . Seaside, Oregon. After their re-iWed, nesda. ~,, through Friday_ ,dr lasti Chm'les L. Ra_burnv et ___ux _or Sec. 26-3-11. /by bus to consult a nose specialist in. Mr. and Mrs. Zajack, of Call- two weeks nursing Mrs. Mc_Ga~ turn from the coast they will con- iweeK m Jacoma where she at- Creston E Buzzard Lot 9 in' J. D. Cooke et ux to Marion E. for Allen. He expects, to have an fornia and Mrs. Sjorberg and dell. Mrs. McCardell_ wa~_~ ,,-'~ tinue on to Goose Lake for a two-Itended an American Legion con-]Block "D'" town of' Fallbrid~e Stauch, NEISEV4 of Sec 26-3-11 i operatmn on hm nose m the near'daughters, of Portland, have been staunch and true member u . ,, I 'Samuel L. Smith et ux, to Charles future . visiting at the Drexal home. Mrs. Church of the Latter Day.S.~ day fishing trip. ! vention. , Washington. Mrs. Mabel Atwell and her! Mr. and Mrs. L. A. BeaudryI A.M. Bolter et ux to Columbia-F. Gregory, Lots 1, 2, 3, 22, 23, andt Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Divers and Zajack and Mrs. Sjorberg are Mrs. W. B. Jones and cl~u~-~; granddaughter, both of Seattle, ' flew to Richland Saturday to at-Hudson Lumber Company, NE~/4- 24, Blk. 24. First Add. to Lyle, less Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bilyew and~daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Drexal. and Mrs. Brashears, of Whit_e~] were in White Salmon last week-itend a Democratic rally and bar-:NEV4; S~/zNE~/4; and NE~/4SE:}, R/W for gtate Road No. 8. son, Harland, drove to Yakima! C. E. Briggs and daughter Jo- mon, called at the E. L. t~r~ end visiting Mrs. Atwell's parents, i becue honoring John 1~. Eubank, i Sec. 33; also, SV2N, Sec 34-5-* Emma Eshelman to C. Alvin Thursday on business, i ann, of Bend, Oregon, were in field home Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Peck. i Democratic candidate for Con-:12. ,Eshelman, Ptn. of SWV4 of Sec. ) Mrs. Astrid Swanson and Mr. !town visiting at the A. Croft and~. Mr. and Mrs. R. C. (Brigham) gress from the 4th District. Sun- i A. M Bolter et ux to Columbia- i24-3-15, 20 ft. by 400 ft. laRd Mrs. Kenneth Swanson, of W. Briggs homes. Mrs. Croft re- I Payroll Savings in the tots Young, State Barber Inspector, iday they, flew" on to Yakima to :Hudson Lumber Company, NEV4! S. F. and Leah May Wnuk to iPrtland, called on friends in turned to Bend with them Friday. of United States Savings B~ds spent last Thursday night at the athena a oaroecue m honor OZ'of Sec 20-5-12 George D. and Eleanor Norris and~twn from Friday evening .till: Word has been received that [is a part of your take home paY, L, A. Beaudry home in White Sal- Governor Mort C. Wallgren. i A. i~i. Bolter'et ux to Columbia-IC. Wesley Cox and Doris J. Cox Sunday. Mrs. Swanson was a guest ;Mrs. Harry McCardell, of Gold-~the part that grows in t Mrs. Carl Carlson, of Klamath Hudson Lumber Company, all the Lot 4, Block 4, Original Townsite at the M. A. Bennett home and ' ~the young couple were guests at GRAVE 1 i LaI'rv Semler returned home Falls, Oregon, stopped in White imerchantable timber upon SI~S ofaWeohl~e Saanl~n~/~a i-~b~,*.I*.~..F-I*.F~.,t~.-l..]I.~.I..l,*******o*********** rion H Bush to the R. G. Hallyburton home. last St~nday from a weeks vaca-Salmon last Friday on her way to of Sec. 33-5-12. tion snent in Pullman Spokane',Seattle, to visit Mr. and Mrs. Guy i Edward Thompson et ux toGrant W." and Barbara J." Worthen Mr,., .and. Mrs. August. Schmidt and .~eattle. ' ICro~ and other friends here. Mrs. :Carrol G. Thompson et ux, Lots SESE~/,~., of Sec. o-u 4-~2, ~xce"-*:anaP~ cmlaren, Edwin. and Jeanette, -":; - -- ...... Carlson was formerly a resident of 6 and 7. in Block 8 of Hopkins' tr~'t of Cuss Lake, Minn., and Mr. and ~vir. ann ~vzrs ~mos rearce, mr. *-i i Fir .-z-. '----~,,.~1 ~'~ ,--.~ T.*--....*-- ~ "~Ir~.,1--'Mrs Frederick Schmidt and in- .,a ~,.~ r,_,,,.~',, T~m,= Mr and ta s c ty. ~ st Addition ~o Goldendale. I o,~.,~, ~. ~,u ~=~LC r~. vvmm . :" .... ............. s ........... , e moth' i READY MIXCONCRETE | ~..~ ~ ~ ..... ~.....~ M.~ .c.~a Mrs. Carl Pmrson and h r - ~ Harry Straub et ux to F. D..~ +~ .-.--.,.~"""~ ~... .~,.~,-"'~ ,~..~,..~""~'""" .v .... ~an~ son o~ ~eavermn uregon ~b~n NV. ~f ~1/~ ~f ~.~ ~n and Mms Marmn Schm~dt, of f~,r. ...... a~. ...~ ~.~ ~e.leler, Mrs. Alden Kmgman, f Trou Wallace et ux NWV4NWt of Sec. Wor ......................... - ....... .............................. i Lake, spent Saturday shopping in !26-4-10. ~_~9 ~r'oruana, drove up aunaay morn- " !" ~Z' . .~ ,,~,~ a,,,,~ ~a r,.~^t-~ ... ~ing and spent the day with the !White Salmon T. M Benedict et ux to Elyse ,~an ~ ................. .................. '* Mr. and Mrs. Clement JoyerlCatherine Cr.ecelius, two lots in Roy and Mabel Wolgehagen SVz Iv'arun ~ogno~ zamuy. ]~ eExcavating ] and daughter, of Klamath Falls, iFirst Addition to Lyle i of SWV4 of Sec. 14, WV2 of N'WVa! Carver (Butch) Robinson and I Oregon, visited Mr. Joyer's broth- Elvse C Crecelius to Ra,, ~. of Sec. 23 and NESEi of Sec. 15-!Norton Ann Robinson, of Golden-!~ e Building ] * j ~-*. ter and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey IMc]~(abb et ux, Tax Lot 1 in SEVa- 4-11. dale, visited at the Frank Robin- Joyer over the weekend. TheY,SEV4 of Sec 20-3-12; also, EtNEYa Jake Jacobson, Selma E. Halde- son home Sunday. They also call- eConcrete Work also visited with Mr. Joyer's cous- i less Tax Lot 5, in Sec 29-3-12 iman and Virginia E. Groesbeck to led on other old friends. in, L. A. Beaudry, and family. I Ameil Klebe et ux to Glenn !Ernest W. Mattson 3/4 interest int Mrs. M. A. Bennett and Mrs. All Types of Construction Mr and Mrs Gene Karl, Mr. '~McClaskey et ux, Portion of Wt NWNWV4, Si of NW~A and SW- Astrid Swanson drove to the and Mrs Ted O'Conner, Mr and ]of Lot l, South Garden Row, Chat-!NE of Sec. 10-3-15. i.huckleberry fields Saturday. They Free Estimates Mr hl l.~rmn Mr rnd "Mrr ifi,ld "I'hi,-,~ A~dlti~n *, P-~I~,~,,-I Louis Leidl Post No. 116 quit-!.came Rome with about ten gallons ................ ' ................................................ ~ e , ~clazms to Pubhc Hospital Dmtrmt b tween them. George Thomas and Peder Peder-idale. . L enjoyed a day of golfing at Fay L. McNabb et ux to L. H. IN: l. Blocks..4 and 5_Academy Mr. and Mrs. Einar Westlund PHONE tson 1044 882 or r " ' i ~ ~ezgnts ~aamon ~o ~omenaa~e'were in the Twin Bu t the Hood R~ve Country Club thin McNabb et ux, Port on of W ~- i ........ t e area Sun- ~ ana Tax l~ots acljolnmg past Sunday. ~W v~,SE [/4 of See. 29-3-12, lying l ..... .... ~day picking huckleberries. OR LEAVE ORDERS AT . ~viamle ivl. ~cnerer qul~ctalms It was ulte a ball ame Sun i Mr and Mrs Roy Heaman and I north of State Road No 8 .. I q " g - i'" " - -. ~ ......... M-tto- et vi'r to L I4 It uscar H Scherer 528x145 leer'day Klickitat vs L le at L leGEORGE NICKERSON'S CHEVRON STATIOI~ Mr. and NITS. 2reu ~. nomas re- rear ~. a , ........ - ..... ,-- . y y . .... in D.E'/40I bee Zl-~i-lU [ ' turned home last Tuesday from a,McNabb et ux Portmn of SE/i- ... . . ~ . .~ . Score 21-1 Khck~tat s favor. Stem- O !vacation trip to San Francisco. iNE~A of Sec. 29-3-12, lying south l ~Xusmes oI ~rs~ ~ongregauon-ldorf.Fmk were the batteries the a~ ~nurcn oz rangeR ~o ~rus~ees first s~x mnm s Fmk Fmk th i They also spent a week visiting ~of County Road. I . , , " " ' " g, " - " e i friends in Yachats, Oregon. , J. Neils Lumber Co. to State of ~f Bragen women s C~rcle. last three. It was one sided but Nickers D~ Mrs. E. M. Peck spent last Sat-~Washington, Dept. of Fisheries, t Gilbert E. and Loretta Gross to a good game. A fair crowd attend- urday in Portland visiting her son, fright of way for road over SWV4-lWilliam H. and Mary H. Arnett ied. ',Russell Peck, and family, iSWV4, SEV4SEV4 and NEtSEV4 ITax Lot 28 in NENEV4 of Sec. 11- i Mr. and Mrs. Don Scofield and Mr and Mrs Wade Dean Dean_ of See. 8; and SEV4SWV4 of Sec. 4-10. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Marsh took Sad D~lef ~)se1 i,ha vv;vle- Sharon Dean and Ben!4-6-13. ~ I George R,, Robert and Donald~lin the street carnival at The Dalles [ Swan fetuS'ned last Thursdav from Reuben Egglesham to Oscar.Tibbetts to James W. and LorettalSaturday evening. Support... I a 10-day trin through Yello~vstone Mogren et ux, north 90 ft. of Lots Gammon Wt NESE~ and E ofI Mrs. Ed Millberger and daugh- I and Glacier~I~ational Parks 4, 5 and 6, Block 5, First Addition EVz of NWSEV4 of See 4-4-12. ~ter, Marilyn Jean, are home at the "'- - " i I " [' Mrs Ida Smith, of Mount Ver- to Lyle. James W. and Loretta Gammon Jack Lewallen home and getting CO STRUCT ON CO , WENDELL P. 'non visited at the Fred N Thomas H.D. Holienbeck and Olive L.'to Robert and Jean Tibbetts above*along fine. , L r ]home for several days last week Hollenbeck to U.S.A., { M . and Mrs. Raymond ShurtzGeneral Goldena,~j I Mr and Mr~ Forest Stiltner, of across NW~NEV4 of Sec. 6-6-I0 ] land Doris Meads and Mr. and Mrs. Contractors W~=' BROWN [:Eu~tl'rata were Sunday guests at Audrey Kiggins et vir to Iral See the large variety of s,choollJohn Berry drove to Toppenish "- ~su ~ Tl 'Sunda and took m the " lo" [:the Lawrence Beaudry home. Mrs. Groshong et ux, Tax Lot 11 in ppl'es at he Sentinel. It, y " po Stiltner's daughter, Paula Rue, OF PASCO FOR who has been staying with Mr. and Mrs. Beaudry all summer, will i return to Euphrata with them to! State Senator 16TH DISTRICT O Primary---September 14 General--November 2 O Dignified --- Dependable This Man Will Serve You Well Ill II Ill i IIII attend school there this fall. Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Brashears and baby daughter spent the weekend in Toppenish visiting friends there. J RECEIVES DEGREE Miss Jessie White, teacher in the Goldendale primary school fGr several years prior to her res- ignation last .spring, was one of 130 candidates to receive her de- gree from lhe University of Mon- tana in commencemen.t exercises last Thursday at Missoula. Shei received her degree with honorsi in education. Under the Payroll Savingsi Plan there in no "if" about Say-} ing for your future security. Start ;, .... - , .. ; T. .'; I When you hook this Dearborn disc harrow to a Ford Tractor, you are all set for Hydraulic Touch Control of the gangs. You take the angle out for turning, or crossing grass and gullies.., then put the angle in again.., by moving the little control lever right by your tractor seat. You'll disc lots ot dirt in an hour.., nice and level too ... with either the 6 ft. or 7 ft. width. Quickly attached by in- serting four pins. Sturdy steel angle frame, high carbon heat treated steel discs. Zerk lubrication of white iron bearings, pro- Genuine parts and ex- tected against dust andpert ~ervtee on aH Ford dirt. Front and roar Tractors and Dearborn gangs leveled by one Farm ]~ntpmeat. crank. See itl --" O 0 Your FORD Dealer Aeress from Postofflce Goidendale, Wash, I I I II II II IIIII II II II I II II I II I ur e down See us for the best deal in toW p~ 0 of air. It's almost like floating! Come in NOW change to Super-Cushions. They fit l our pre wheels. This offer good only until labor I ff, .TIRE MouNTI TIRE INSPECTIOII PHONE 482 GOLDENDALE, WASH"