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TO LICENSE AGREEMENT. REPRODI ~SEMINATION, STORAGE, DISTRIBUTION PRO~RIBITE~. , +,*++ .... Page Twelve THE GOLDENDALE SENTLNEL--Goldendale, Washington distribution is filed in the mat- ter of the estate of Mary E. Shew, deceased. Same will be heard be- fore the court on September 21st at the hour of ten o'clock A. M. at the court room of the probate department of said court, In the matter of the estate of Annette Glorud Taggert, de- ceased, order is entered admit- ting will to probate and appoint- ing O, F. Gardner administrator and fixing his bond in the sum of $4,000.00. Action is commenced by Win. Court Notes ion their first cause of action; t I iPiaintiffs furthe, demand judg-New Legion Head Sherman County Ellensburg To Doctor, Dentist -.-. ---- :ment of and from the defendants t11~ To Feature I Rodeo On iNeeds Final account and petition fo:lin the sum of $2~2.2a, o~ their TheAmerieanLegionatitsa0thiralr ,.,ro-ms first further. and separate cause Annual Department Convention lHorsesh Races September 4 In Armed Forces i elected Emmett G. Lenihan, as its OW, I of action. ! In the matter of the estate of'leader for 1948-49.', :William H. Lucy, deceased. Or-1 Born in .Clarion, Iowa, he wasI Over $2 100.00 in cash trophies Seventy-four of the toughestI San Francisco--With the pres- Ider is entered {ixing September educated in the schools of Clar- '.24{h at the hour of 2:00 p.m. iniion and later graduated from the !and ribbons will be awarded win- broncs to be found in the North-tent shortage of physicians and the court room as the time and University of Notre Dame, wimnets in the Amateur Western west many of them the top hors-!dentists in the Army soon to be ! place for hearing final report and Horse Show and race meet during es at various Canad{an rodeo and~ aggravated by the influx of thous- the two-day show, Saturday and stampedes, have been brought to lands of selectees into the service, t~petition for distribution. ! Sunday, Sept. 18 and 19, which is Ellensburg in preparation for the iGeneral Mark W. Clark, Sixth I In the matter of the estate of l being held in conjunction with the 25th annual Ellensburg Rodeo I Army Commander, today urged i Ivy Workman, deceased, decreei iSherman County Fair, it was an- Saturday, Sunday and Labor Day i qualified doctors and dentists in its entered determining heirs, in-! heritance tax and of distributioni of property. It was ordered, ad-i judged and decreed by the court l nounced today by Bill Young, president of the Mid-Columbia Saddle Clubs Association, who are ! September 4, 5 nd 6. Also resting up for Washington~ state's premier rodeo attraction the eight Western states to apply for Regular or Reserve commis- sions m the Army Medical and Thursday, September 2, 1048 serve commission may obtain La- formation at the nearest Array i~ stallation or recruiting statio.n,_~~. by contacting the Surgeon, l~.ea ~ quarters Sixth Army, Presiam u, San Francisco, Calif0rnia~ PHON . lSn For Garbage Hauling Bob Byars YOU'VE TRIED THE REsT r% OW TRY THE BERT J Spencer Individually DesigCea putting on the horseshow for the late a truck-load of the roughest Dental Corps. N. Dielschneider and Edra Anne that said property, less costs of i Sherman County Fair Board.and meanestBrahmas in th~ Officers in the Medical or Den- Dielschneider, partners, dba Mid- administration, administrator's i i Included on the daily program rodeo circuit tal Corps Reserve may apply for Supports Columbia Supply and Equipment and attorney's fees, be distribut- ] its a large list of horseshow events Arena Director Elmer Moen, active duty for one, two or three- For Abdomen, Back and 13I~1~1tl :and seven races. The horseshow is promising the best bucking horse year periods, with every effort be- vs. Win. B. Brewer and wife, the ed to the heirs mentioned in saidl decree and that said administra- plaintiff seeks to recover on a . , open only to members of organiz-ievents in the history of the El-!~g~nead3ht assign them to a post Spencer Support Shop pr+amissory note in the sum ot tor be and he is oiscnarged, his ed clubs comprising the Mid- lensbur+, rodeo declared" " "re. , ......... _,:_., ' ~ execu~.+d '' ' " ~ .... ~ ... . . . . , 2u, J~arson JJuntu,,, !~286i~65~v~,nOich u~r~!iiddpeielnls!eiet~b~~de?;:~:2~e~ya~:e thceou ~si::: iC~l:}m?iathAgSi~c2ft~oinp?~Ao~?[o!!elho:A? wlwee~leStbe;6o:d~sOenhtTditt}~ inD:;t~e~%dlPho= 3771 pay of $2200, after deductfng ex-iSepte~nber2i, 148, at ther hour only to residents of Slaermanlhorses at a "time, so we plan to.I ] pense incurred by the plaintiffs!of ten o'clock a.m. at the court i county and members of the clubs. !let every ~ood brone rider Who il ----- ~ ~ J, I of $118.92 phts interest of $41.75 Iroom is fixed as the time and i i,, ~kina +he ~nnouncement nf'~i~,n~ unv rido nil fhroo clnv~ ~,n I ~~ , ,.. ~lJ~="~Ik. ~L I the plai[~tiff prays for judgment place forhear!.ng f}na! repprt and }the"t'wo-'cia~ "horseshow art"el "rac-e i]e~s-th-e~ number go"e'sove/367it I ~ ~~~]~-~~ ] agamst the flelenoants in me sum + petltlon Ior (:ltStrlouuon In me ~meet Youn~' said that members does not take lo~- +~' older ++'~ ~ =m~,~m~s~~H$~,r=v~= ~ =t~-'-~==~ of $305.28 together with interest matter of the estate of John E. :enier'ing horbses must show own- !chutes and the 'c~Jstomers= lii~eJl |lmtltilN~|li!iH~]$1111INII]]/i//llH ~1 of 7 percentper annum f[omiGangum, deceased; .... _. . ! ership a~t least 30 days prior to the ! plentY of bucking horse events !1 ~I~[~~ '~J~~~'t~t may 5, 19~t+ unti~ paid togemerI Order is enterea se~mng tmai i date of the show. 'I~he six furlong i So unless we have more than 3611 ":~=+J~-~mll~nm'~"'~" __. "" _~.~'~ | witl~ the sum of $75.00 attorney s +account .and of distributio~ in race is for a nurse of $200 and will',saddle bronc-bustors ~nd 2R h~r~ 11 ] fees and their costs and dis- 'matter of the estate of Lester E 'be held on'-the last" day of the:back bronc riders- I t~o",-e~toha'vc II o ~ n,o~o / ,bur~ments herein to be taxed,{Omeg, deceased ~.;ur~,r.r c._ t~+mrI~ra~ isl~ow " t h- go ,. v ,,} =~. u. a~=~.xa~ ~=..=-.~.--= .-. ~=, _,~,. . . t I ee ~. -arounds in each event, ,I ..._...-~.= ! List of horseshow events, racing| "All the brahmas are new to i ......... .~ .................................... ~;degrees in Political Science and program and entry blanks will be i Ellensburg this year and five of l~"*'~'~'~'~'~'~'~'i*'~'~*m'e'~'~*****~***~**~*~**~T'" [ |!Law. He is now practicing law in.ready for distribution this week:th.em have never been ridden," f~NT ~I~DrP 1A ~Tf~rPl~ L'~f~T~ [ '.Seattle as a member of the firm with all riding clubs in the assoc-!Moen added , ~J~ k)~. '~ . . . Vt./JL JL~ x" x.~x~ I _ II of Lenihan and Ivers iation receiving an ample supply. There are 'still many reserved @ -- -- q Service in World War I in the',Young urges all those planning to.Iseats available for all three days IS '~,~11~ ~ 1~1~1~ FOR THE BEST . . . t37thand 42ndInfantry, from Mayienter contests to mail their entrYlof the show Manager Jim Bara-!'~ ~1~, ~rV ~,~ ~@ ~,~~ " 11{1917 to December 1919, made him!blanks in early. [gar announced. Covered grand-I~ T~ ~. ,-~ ~.~ . [ ...... , , ,, leligible f9r The American Legion. j ' i stand seats are sold out for Sun- $ r epuoncan bancllclal;e It I I nment ,, ,attena the IItHewasd~schargedasaF~rstLmu-IC~,~of~l.~i.~,~ Iday, but there are many other[~ ~i~ ~ _~ / Durmg World War II he served/ day. I"-:~illi:.:i~i~!~i~iiii,:.:~iiiiii!ii~ ........... :ii:.iiiii:~i~!::.i!iii~i~i~!i~:~iii:.i:}~i:~i~.i tenant mtantry ~,,,VaaOmaLLaLaVaa i types o~ seats available for that ~ iei.!ii~V/;~ii~5:.i4i? !!:j!i P or + KlickitatKhckdat CountyCounty FairFa r andand RodeoRodeo | Pro rams Ur ed Three h at the Seattle Port of Embarka-! g g "g t shows are sched-I~, i{i::iii:~-)i i::iiiiiii!i{i ~[r~ A ~ I | n tion, Office Chief of Transporta- ~ ~ uled this year. The first on Sep- ~ ~iii! i~~i~ii}:~ii':i! ~.# .g.4"lk ~ | Ilition in Washington, D C, and was l Pearl A Wanamaker, State Su-',tcmber 3, is for junior riders and .',, i!ii~:i i !ii::~!ii!{ __ t[ | |iCammanding Officer of the Nor-'~perintendent of Public Instruction, !junior riding organizations. The I~ iiiii:i ii!i!iii~:iiii!; ~~T~'~ I- | r~r~,, ,~,,~ ~'~ ~,,~,,~., w~ | folk Army Base in Norfolk ViI'-iin announcing today the observ- state championship horse pulling , ~4iii:i:: :i ilili'~.~a.~ ~a---~v-- | I~ |t'l~, ~]P~| |l~ |~ginia. Overseas duty tookttimto~anceofConsti~tution~Dav. Sentem_lcontest is slated for Saturdayi~ ~i:!!ii~: :!'i:i: .._ I .............. J ~" ~ ~ " ~ ' ,P "i: : ; 'i:~: IVe | ............... | the Med~terrean and European ber 17 sa~d that schools through- mght and western posse and rid- ~. ,::::::~:::: gii 16th Legmlat I !Theaters and he was discharged in/out the State have been asked~to ing exhibition is scheduled for ] ~ :i:iii::~j~i~i~!~:i :: District I | ~ | bFebruary, 1946, with the rank of coo,,erate in,,re"arin~ s,-ecial pro Sunday evening ].~~f:~~!~::! : _..~~~~'~--~N I i Colonel of the Transportation gra~s v v ~" ~" "} "Robber's Roost," is a new at-t~: -" # | ~...~.~..a~~..~=::~ II Corp. He is now serving in the "In order to impress on the boys/traction which will run from +.I, ii;i THERE IS i~u I | ~~----~ -- ~N~N~N |~!reserve as commanding officer of~ and girls of Washington the full ' September/ 3 to 6. .... It features en- [ ** ..................................... ~ .......... Ol~ :~ | ~~~'mi~x.~ II the 314th . Transportation Corp l awareness of our great heritage, I tertainment and gambling in I.}i}i})i SUIJS'ITI'UTE F i ~-'-]=..~.--~e---__n---4----',P_L=--..~\\~\\\\ , uroup neaaquar~ers, this day has been set aside for for- the oict western style. i ~ .......... ~ I " ..... ~--~NN~ ~1 Mr. Lenihan is a member off, real recognition of the place the ~l~ I~ {!i::ii EXPERII~r~t~r~ am making mm swing mrougn~ ~" | ~, ~---~I~h::::::Ii~F4---'_~,N.'~N\\'~'N\N~ | !Seattle Post No. 1 and has always basic document of the United ~ ........ . . + ~, ,:asmrn wasnmgton ~o get up ~o . ! &-.-~---4 \\\~b,\\~xx~ I been 0utstandin,, in Legion ae I States takes in the life of the " - +~ l I .... ~' " ~ !date information on problems of }* PERSONAL . | | I Uvltms He ~s a past commander of I Amerman people. By our example .. ....... | ~'q~ | I. his 9est. He has served as chair-las teachers and as Y eaders of youth t h+~ ..... [~ ~~~ ............ reside! | . ~ | I man of the Legislative and Na-lwe may instill in fu'ture genera- .. ....... ~ --- l,p~~~i;i~ r or~o ~.~r~. ,= | ~ | II | | | ]s~ | ~L',,,~ | ~tional Defense committees, both rtions an understanding and appre-~ hate .~O w~te a /euer.. ~.nen ~ ~11~:~ o* wasmngton _. _..,~ # [ ~DUy a mew *~oyai rorraDle ana, s Ke~F | ~ | ~ ~'t| ~ ~14 ~ ~ ~ fin his district and in the Depart- elation of the essentials of liberty I - '. ..... .It. ~~~ ~Owrm home i I make Jet~er Writing a pleasure I- I ~ -i~ " ~ " "~ II ment, and is an active member of and freedom. It is our pledge as .......... ',~~-~!i.. , wick I | -- ~ | various other district and Depart-!school administrators to encour-I~ne tiomenaale ~enunel. if-- ~ ~~~~ .... , ,,, W,~ | /~.~ - |lment committees He has also tage every activity which will ~~ KtlWIN ~. I~LAGK ~tiraaua~e o,--, | | Iserved as National Vice Chairman build a greater America," Mrs. q~,~,~.,,o,, .pADMINISTRATIVE... " and U. ot W. ~.;flr | ~ II II a~ ~ r ~ | !of the Naval Affai s Corn tt e Wanamaker said. 1 ~.ISchool Administrator 1S years, tOwns, oper and is at resent a member of the I '~~2 a r" nce " " " i ;1 IiNational ~ecurity Committee. _ -o -- --. , MOBILE SHOP ** 2b,:g" ,n l.,.'a- [ I . , Ill Other civic and fraternal organ-iLanalle tudles I ............ P . . . . . ..v, : I I w.l..g .ec.a.=a, .,or. " w- -- izations in which Mr. Lemhan/ -- - ~~ m m er ~ h eattl ' Aggresswe Se~ wce To Entire D~str e oP th++ iFarm Problems Phone , 5,, w. ..+.+,+**++++++++.,+.++.+++++++++.+ I | Seattle Council Knights of Cotum- I -------- " ' i | | ibus. He is also a member of the Rubbing shoulders with ,the l" ~" | ~~ .... e~ ........ | Seattle, Washington State and!ranehers of Eastern Washington, | | + . _ I L'ometo~&we'll ttet ou with uour ! IAmerican Bar Associations and is former Gov. Arthur B. Langlie, lJ /] .~-[[-}-x'~ I ........... - ........ *- '~ ........ "~-- II on the Board of Governors of'Republican, this week carried on I t~ .~,~"- " " | I | t i " L ~ ~.~1~ , Notre Dame , his campaign for nomination fort . + , ~w J eling problems, | He resides in Seattle with hislgovernor from his Spokane head-[ ~. ~.~~'~ ,,~A~'r' J ;~, ~.~_~1~ | _ II.tvffe Ursula and two children, quarters. | ~ ~t ~.~ I ~:.,~' _~d~l ',~-I~J~JLdll I " ~-~/ | IPi~If~.~J~.~I~.IRll. f~O. |ltWilliam F. Lenihan a student at I "Our first objective in Olympia I ~ ~, X 1~" - -- ~lli I~ V~ ! :" ~ ~n$', ~ I ........ ~ ......... ~" .... |[lSeattle University and Shaun U. l will be to put the state admmistra- il ,~1~%0 ~\~~dl| iv ~ _ I " I ~r I It/Lenihan, attending Forest Ridge !tion back on an economical busi- I I1~ t _ E ~~" !i;~ J = I | |!; Convent. A second son, Emmett G. i ness basis," Langlie declared. "As ;| ~ ~,~ ~ -~- _ ill~W~J~.~'~ | B | | Lenihan, Jr., served: as lieutenant I in my previous administration I I/ I~ % O ~ ~t | II~l[~wr | J I ,: o tUMDrn A Itlin the United States Navy during willco-o~erate withth.e farmeronll ~ ~ ~~11 Fillip' ~ - I / I dl~. a, _~I~'""~'~,. ",,"11 III World War II and now resides in } the solut~'ons of his current prob- i/ ~ ~ O Jim ~ ~ | 'mr . . , ~ ! | ' " ~ ~ f ~ ; ' i ~llg,-~ ..w ~%_ !t~ Ii Los Angeles, Cahforma. lems on a construchve basls. I I H I ~ I V , ~ ~~ + ~ >'1~. , ............ , ~ , , " " i " IS A GOOD,TIME TO ' " / ' " I-- / Ninth Street // !1 " / 2i2 1 SuperMarket .... - - .... ...................... I /i J - "' % For Everything + ] [ +, w+ PA" "m"++T PmCES I ][ J I RING BINDERsSPE+A+ .... ..... .... , FOa You. EGGs No. 16 Crayolas " / 15c ] THiema;Yer 21 ag eP ntedwithsehlnlgeani. II " O L Y 'l " leet 0 ............... C.vm Shoes ou 1 be dehghted with our se 'Ha " drove m a ~~~-, , I $2.19 [ My good friend, ' PPY'a ,erithanusual+: } t1, I,I SCHOOL FROCKS { couple,.- of evenings ago--h pp" ,, . "] I }1 oNc[ ' I " + ,+ / Ill ~; ,7?-: {i I,I I Bov, S,,oa Shwts, m $1.9 Boy' Have we got a week end planned, :~, + Pr|ced fro 8 | he grinned as I filled up the tank.