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AGREEMENT. REPRODUCTION, DISSEMINATION, STORAGE, DISTRIBUTION PROHIBITED. September 2, 1948 rile GOLDEN'DALE SENTINEL--Goldendale, Washington Page Fifteen OF FOR Firwood News Mrs. O. L. McCluaw (Too Late fc~ Last Week) Mrs. L. J. Wiegand and chil- dren, of Yakima, who has been spending the past two weeks, at the O. L. McQuaws, went home Friday. B. ~'. Hutton is in the Golden- dale General hospital. All the neighbors hope for a speedy re- covery. Mrs. Delbert Dronkhorst and son and Miss Dolly Bronkhorst visited Mrs. C. P. Meeboer Wednesday afternoon. John McClanathan and Elvin Edwards lef.t Wednesday morn- ing for Denver, Colorado. Mrs. Grover Riley spen~ the past week at the home of her ,parents, Mr. and Mrs. John IBrnkhrst" Mrs. Peter Meeboer, of Black CRock, visited .her son and daugh- '*ter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Meeboer, a couple of days last week. While here they visited at the John Bronkhorst and A. Notice is hereby given that a primary election to nominate candidates to be voted at the general election to be held on the Tuesday next succeeding the first Monday in November, A. D., 1948, will be held in Klickitat County, State of Washington, on the second Tuesday of September, 1948, at which primary election the polls will be and remain open from 8 o'clock in the morning until 8 o'clock in the evening of said day (unless at the hour of closing there are any electors in any polling places desiring to vote, and who are qualified to participate therein, and who have not been able to do so since appearing at the polling place, in which event said polls shall be kept open long enough after the hour o~f closing to allow those so present at that hour to vote). Said primary election shall be held at the regular polling places in each precinct in the county. The party designation (except for Judicial offices) and the names and address of all persons for whom nomination papers have been filed so far as the same affects the electors of said county, are as follows: "" STATE (Continued) Representative In Congress Attorney General FOURTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT . _ Partly. Name and Address-- uesi~ma,ion~ Party i Address-- Desi~mafion SMITH TROY, 1601 S. Sylvester St., Olympia ...................... DemocratI ~-- ............. 1^_~.... ~,~....,.~;..n.. [NEWTON C. McCOY, 527 Eastlake Ave., Seattle .... Republican I e~ ......................... I JAMES MUNRO, 2002 Parks]de Dr,, BremertonRepublican 1 ,~,.~,,~.r~, ~zD ~oyer e~ve., walls waua ................ tcepubncan ................... EUBANK 4505 Terrace Drive, Yak]ms Democrat HARRY T. NORDLUND, 3702 S. 8th, Tacoma .................... Republican ll ' " ............... I , OWEN CLARKE, 217 S. 30th Ave., Yaklma ............................ Repubhcan I Whitmire homes. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Lenoir and children spent the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. $. Lenoir. Callers at the A. Whitmire home Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Clynn Lewis and sons, Mrs. Bronkhorst and Charles Bentley, of Yak]ms, and Mr. and Mrs. O. L. McQuaw, B. M. McKinney and daughter Lois. Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Meeboer went huckleberry picking over the weekend. They reported good picking. Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Bronk- horst and son visited Mr. and Mrs. John Bronkhorst Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Meeboer visited Mr. and Mrs. B M Mc- Kinney Sunday evening. Callers at ~he O. L. McQuaw home Saturday were Mr. and Mrs. B. M. McKinney and daugh- ter Lois, Mr. and Mrs. A. Whit- mire and son Jim, and John Bronkhorst. ii1[ State Senator I Wahkiacus Party Mrs. W. E. Mau Name and Address-- Desi~rnation (Too Late for Lu! W~k) STANTON GANDERS, RFD No. 1, Bickleton ...................... Democra~ A baby girl, Patricia Jean, weighing seven pounds, was born WENDELL P. BROWN, 919 Park St., Pasco ........................ Republican to Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Wood- RALPH A. RODGERS, 1524 Olive St., Pasco ........................ Republican ruff on Saturday, August 21st. Mrs. O. V. Vikjord and two ERWIN S. BLACK, 223-2nd Ave. W., Kennewick .... : ........... Republican sons, of Maderia, California, is T. A. PURTON, 511 Barth St., Richland ................................ Republican visiting her si~ter, Mrs. Auburn Ward. M~s. Ward's brother, Rob- Superintendent Of Public Instruction lj et Ledbetter, of Klamath Falls, Oegon, is also a house guest at * --_ Name and Address--. I ~.--&~ ]~.~.. .... i.~1.=..~ the Ward ranch Governor * PEA------RL A----NDERSO-----'~WANAMAKER, Prairie Center, Coupeville 1 *,.~L~LC I~C[JrqI~||L~L|YC Part GuMyr'La~ rMe~iW~'B2:d~er :ned- _ Partly. RUTH MATSON, 1006 Pennsylvania Ave, Bremerton t Name and Address-- Desi~ma%on ning from the huckleberry~ielcls Address.- Des] ,ion " Th " --- ~rm n.m~rn.~ ,~ h,~ h,,.l~,~ .,.veY report the grasshoppers so WALLGREN, .................... Democrat t~ * f%e 1~ /1* , 1 GEORGE F. CHRISTENSEN Stevenson ................................ Republican ~e~s-~t-t~eyiareteati,~'~/'~-~e~, -.~, --~., --~ 2632 Hoyt Ave., Everett I ~I. GREEN No. 2 Thompson Apts., Cashmere ........ Republican ,.omm]ssloner k/l:r'UDUC ,.anus I WILBUR Y. DENT Snake River .............................................. Republican berries and the bushes. ' ~ . ~,'~- ~ " Mr and Mrs V M Blackburn, ~D C. BEAM, 1580~E. Sprague Ave., Veradale ...... Republican .. ". ,-- ' ........ .-~. .. IC. C. (CY) MILLER, Rt. 2, Box 168, Kennewick ................... ,Democrat of Ri'd"efield, were ~'uests at the ], t~ame ana Aaaress--- ~est ~on ~ WALDRON, 406 E. Indiana, Spokane .................... Democrat IS. H. DE' PUE, 804 N. 3rd, Pasco .............................................. Democrat iBurt Smith ranch over the week- ~t B " 1 H N (BARNEY) JACKSON, 3823 SL St, Tacoma Democrat~ lend LANGLIE, 5203-17th N.E., Seattle .................... Repub ,can ................ !FRANCES R. LARKIN, 1210 Green St., Rmhland ................ Republican~ i~r and Mrs J W Miner an"~ ~]~ " OTTO A. CASE, 4055 W. Holgate, Seattle ........... Republican .... u " J. SMITH, 711 E. 33rd Ave., Spokane .................... Democrat ................... IOLE H. OLSON, 904 Park St., Pasco ........................................ Democratlson Gary attended a Miner fam- es .... ~. ........... ' ......... SAM J. CLARKE, Ferncliffe Rd., Winslow ......... Republican l lily reunion at Dayville, Oregon, ",~:~ul~Jrl~.u~.~, ~enacoom ...................................... ~epuuncan ................. [ I ov'~r th,~ w-,~-,~,~ B A ' " .......... ~ ......................... Re-ublican JOHN. J COBSON, 1914 Bay Ave., Aberdeen .................. Repubhcan Ra- Wood-ruff of Tremo-~,,- ~t4~,~2t/IU~lN, DUZ;5-1D~:n Dl.l~., ~ea~ue .................. p I ~ z , ...... , ~,bI'-' .............. ~ .... ROY E. NEWELL, 205 N Lybarger, Olympia ....Republican~ ~ ]Utah spent a few days last week u~, ~vo-t~n ~.w., ~ea~ue .................................... ~epuoncan ..................... ~ I with :hi~ ~-n,,~in~ h~ NCl~. D ~^~"~"~ ='~" ~- N^rm"l Chene- Democrat JACK TAYLOR, 5216 Myrtle St., Seattle ................................ Democrat /g' lll 1"IT I Mrs J W Miner and Mrs Fred :*- " ........... " ....... ~ .................. ~ qkl'/qL~ ll~i II I! tl~V 'BrowninL --~'~* l-s* '~'---~ .... ~. BELKNAP, ll002-3rd Ave. S.W., Seattle ........ Republican I ! ,th.~ vot.~ ..... ~.~.. State Insurance Commissioner ' . . t =Mr ........ and Melvin, Wood: - ~ .. ~ns s~,~tffir ~ ~~* ruff spent Weanesaay ann .*~..1. .... ,LI'~..~,,,--,.M ~,azt~ ] ~,*vi.aaal. y ~..,~va IThursdav of last w~k in Part [IIUI -- ' -- " ........... " I.alCULCII~I.III. ~UVC Name and Address--- Desi~nationJ Pa~v I land and Yacolt ,... Pariy. WILLIAM A SULLIVAN E ......... " _ I Name and Address.-- Desi~'fionl Mr. and 1VIrs. ~Iarold Drew and Addr Des~ t,on , ~Ks ~mv, bea~ue uemoera~ ess-- "~rrm EO ...................... l ]Mr. and Mrs, R. Jordon, of Pen- ~t ~- ............ COLONEL G RGE B LAMPING, Elks Club, Seattle Republican! ............... ,-. ..... .~-~ ~,,,~, I dleton, were weekend guests at ~DN e ~ea~ue t~e UDllcan n w ivlce, wr~t~, k.,ru~uc*tua~ x~c [It ~.~,?CK, l:ll:6th Ave: y:, .-.. ~-...-:?: .......... "" P .... n HERB LONSETH, 10041 Lake Shore Blvd, Seattle Republicant ............................................................... ]the RoyWohlgeha.g.en home..~ " ~'~l~2kl~l-', xUd~ IVIL ~l:. rtelens t-'lace, ~eat~le ........ ttepuutlca ............. I [ -'% poll'ttcal meeung was nela ~T ...................... n SAM L. WILKESON, 6849-47th N E, Seattle Republican ] S~ nda_v evening at the Dr Mass ~v, rlA~Vlt~mr~, r5 '~il t-la~eau tta, ~poKa~e rtepumlca .......................... _. ~_ s . _ . . ,- '" ~ .- . t A. MEYERS, 1803-42nd Ave. N., Seattle ................ Democrat L'o~Y;:AT~301;,~'8112~aS:'Sa:~DrI'"'Tacoma ........... RDPublicanl County Comm]ssaoner for 2nd .................. ~'lican " " , ............ emocrat pa..~. ,Y g " e republican F~ERT~. PEAcTKREICR,K20SoLgO:oNyeEr 1A4::;l~:h Nam. and Addr.~--- D..~,n.t,on Ca:rd:rd~emf~e C~n~YstrCi:tmm~s- 1F22BoEsRTH2oLSEsNt 7~e[:d:r:lkAve., Seattle...iDD:mmoO::: ttlAeVe" Seattle"'"RD;:b~= ublican ' Y ., " .......................... " ......................... " ~ WALTER L. VAN NORTWICK, Appleton ............................ Re .......... .... Hate to write a letter? Then H.W. MAGEE, Kl~cm~a~ ............................................................ ~epuvncan buy a New Royal Portable and ~o~,..~,,, nf State ~R. M. DIVERS, Blockhouse ........................................................ Republican make letter wrying, a pleasure. ,J,~,,~a,,.,L~.~ y v ,~w ' '~ne ~o~aenaam ~enunel. tf--- Desi~matinlPartY I Judges Of The Supreme" Court' J w. DRESSEL, Klickitat .......................................................... Democra MAHAFFEY, 1418 E. 63rd, Seattle .................. Republican: HAZARD, 4050 First Ave. N.E., Seattle ............ RepublicanNam A dr.s '- -i L:ounty Commissioner for 3rd District Bingen ...................................................................... Democrat GEHRMAN, 4727-9th Ave. N.E., Seattle ............ Republican ZIMMERMAN, 2208 Milford PI., Spokane ............ Republican: State Treasurer Party Desi~mation POSITION NO. 1 SIMON WAMPOLD, 4125 Surber Dr., Seattle WILLIAM J. MILLARD, Olympian Hotel, Olympia THOMAS E. GRADY, 207 Hall Ave., Yak]ms ROY DeGRIEF, 1642 Melrose Ave., Seattle POSITION NO. 2 3209 Lorne Ave., Olympia ............................ Democrat JOHN S. ROBINSON, 101 N. Sherman St., Olympia (BOB) FARMER, RAY C. GRUHLKE, Route 7, Box 311, Olympia 1, Box 336, Bothell ................................................ Republican L. C. BRODBECK, 4351 Powell Place, Seattle MAYBURY, 2930 Capitol Blvd., Olympia ...... Republican At~EL, JR., 924-20th Ave. N., Seattle ................ Republican ROBERT C.. FINLEY, 956-21StposITIONN., Seattle f~]~NSEN, 9770 Rainier Ave., Seattle ................ Republican i: NO. 3 O. JACOBSON 715-6th Ave., Seattle ................ Republican I JOSEPH A. MALLERY, 2612 N. Union, Tacoma M./WlLSON, 2407 Federal, Seattle .............. Republican lRAYMOND W. CLIFFORD, 2501 S. Columbia St., Olympia State Auditor Judges Of Superior Court Party [Name and Address-- Designation 808 O'Farrell Ave., Olympia ............................ RepublicanI POSITION NO. 1 1210 W. 7th Ave., Olympia ............................ Democra~ J. E. STONE, 206 Crawford St., Kelso 6503 Linden Ave., Seattle .............................. Democrat POSITION NO. 2 CARLSON, 530 S. 52nd St., Tacoma .............. Republican 2511-4th N., Seattle ................................ Republican OWARD J. ATWELL, 1004 S. Third St., Kelso t Par~ Name and Address--- Designation I A. M. MATSEN, Bickleton .......................................................... Republican A. G. HANSON, Goldendale ...................................................... Democrat I LEO L. MOOR~=Goldendale .................................................... Democrat Justice Of The Peace for Bingen Name and Address-- FRANCES MATTHEWS, Bingen Justice Of The Peace for Goldendale Nem~ ~-d Address-- IB. A. SANDERS, Goldendale Dated this 31st day of August, 1948. (SEAL) .... -..,- BY VESTA TEBBS, County Auditor GROCERIES MEATS FRESH VEGETABLES FRESH BAKERY GOODS Complete Variety Store One Stop to Shop For Everything AT THE Ninth Street Super Market IN THE DALLES WE PAY HIGHEST PRICES FOR YOUR EGGS Pinking Shears FREE WITH .EACH ELICTIliC Sewing Machine WILLIAMS 1109 Uncd. Ave. Yak;me