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September 14, 1972

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16- The Goldendale Sentinel- Thursday, September 14, 1972 ,i + , Two county men hurt by machinegun fire Two county men were injured at Red- mond, Or. Saturday when a bullet was discharged from a machine gun as it was being cleaned after gunnery practice. Oregon Army National Guard officials report the incident sent five guardsmen to hospitals in central Oregon, but no one was seriously hurt. The men were Sgt. Harold P. Rodgers, 37, White Salmon: Spec. 4 John W. Cox, 21, Wishram; Spec. 4 David M. Grimmer, 24, The Dalles; Spec. Ronald R. Merz, 20, Seattle;and Spec. 4 Ronald K. Thomas, 23, Portland. Unit commander, Capt. Lester D. Cochenour, 30, The Dalles, said weapons were routinely safety inspected after firing, but a round was inadvertently left in one of the tank-mounted guns. Officials are investigating. Patter STORY TIME involved youngsters at fairgrounds. CARNIVAL SET UP was quickly ac- complished Thursday morning. Elect ED Doubravsky REPUBLICAN CANDIDATE Klickitat County (Dist. 3) COMMISSION • HE HAS FARMING, LOGGING andCONSTRUCTION • HE IS A SCHOOL BOARD MEMBER AND FORMER BOA Y 0 U R vote is important- to YOU and ME Pd. Fancy B.conl Rib Steak SAFEWAY 88 I USDA Top Qualify C CHOICE Lean Streaked Fully Aged lb. 1-LB. PKG. Well Trimmed Pot Roast BLADE CUT USDA Choice Flavor Packed lb. ":. BONELESS Beef Roast €king +,00Sl28 FREE Oven Roast lb. Thick-neared ride White Seafood • Boneless • Grade A  Sandwich Size Beef Basket-.n,..,m.98 T-Bone Steaks :: m.Sl" Hen Turkeys,oo,-.m.49, Bol,u ++"7 * Short n,u)a&apos;u ,...,..,,,+,+. ,u. '* +oA°* Beef Laver ,,:," :u. 74' Boneless --ChUCktt!b."oa" .--,cws Salmon Cakes Jumbo Franks :,:+m.69' Braunschweii'iF" +.59' Fish Tips *',=: b.86, Frying Clams ALLISON PARTON How surprised the Earl of Sandwich would be to see the enticing and elaborate concoctions prepared in his name! The sandvach today can be anything from u bite-size morsel to a full.course meal-- from dainty tea sandwiches to mammoth heroes and submarines, bursting with M i----argar-ne layer upon layer of meat, cheese, tomatoes and relishes. ZIPPY HAM AND CHEESE SPREAD For about 2/4 cups of spread, mix pound grated cheese with ½ cup deviled ham, t cup undiluted evaporated milk, V4 cup pickle relish and 1 tsp. prepared mustard together. Spread over bread slices, top with lettuce and another bread slice. FRYPAN TOASTWICHES 1 12-ounce can corned beef or lun- cheon meat 1 cup (V lb.) grated process American Cheese /4 cup mayonnaise LOIN PORK CHOPS FRESH FRYERS CHATEAUBRIAND @ +98 c @ +Sl- STEWING Plump & Tender Great wffh Dumplings lb. EVERYDAY LOW DISCOUNT PRICES EVERYDAY L(IW DISCOUNT PRICES 00'd00'St0r$1 00Tomato Juice +t 36 c 500Buttermilk **+ pkg. 46-oz. Half GIL .o.,..+ s IM Soda Crackers 16llz.k" 25' oconut Bars +, 3,0r I ucuroni SALAD it IS +"'- 19' FreshBrend00,r + Fruit Drink +" 33 c auce Mix s7:7 Brownie Mix ;+':52' Pineupple ,::: 7,0,Sl Grupe Jelly Toilet "" 4-roll IKk * 32-OZ. Imueu,,,':3,0rSl Muyonnuise'++49 € Peut Butter cup chopped pickles 1 tbsp. grated onion 00Pork& 12 slices bread Prepared mustard WATCH FOR OUR SUPER SAVERS 2 tbsp. butter When ,,   it,,, ma,, ""Super CRAGMONT I 2 eggs Sr" it means o special ternpmw sow ,,+ +.u. +r+  ,+, ._-+0+_+ + .ow+ -Mum .vno-s Iz %:::+::+ IIIIUIII PIIII   count price. Aim, when we make on ex- Mix corned beef, cheese, mayonnaise, .+.:++ . . . Zi. =llmuml mllmlll ,.p,+oo, p.+. or +<.,ve p....,,o. pickles and onion. (This mixture will +[e "- -- + +  .... allowances from manufacturers, we have Refreshing Soft Beverages I appear very stiff- ) Spread bread lightly |CECREAM on opportunily tu pass our mvings along +6 +I]' with prepared mustard. Spoon corned + , Am  to you. € beef mixture on 6 bread slices and spread ,/.J WonderfulJy Delkiousl  na, evenly. Top with remail'g bread slices.  / Velvety Smooth Texture Him U Ib for - HALF GAL. degrees. Beat eggs lightly in pie plate; 6 k P l'l'y add evaporated mil and mix we"" Dip t Peas Corn ,0.:. 6f0r 1 -- - op drox both sides of sandwich into egg-milk " BeIa,r $ BATH soAP Pac mixture. Brown each side 2-3 rainutes in ¢"k'e"rd | I'' 3"- Ib_Sh rten II Malt°oWhe° -- " -- -- _ /ltJ Deodorant and CRAGMONT hot frypan. Cut in half diagonally before I Mac & Cheese ,+z.,,. 7 0 1 ///IP..  Anhls4ctoriol t  a  +. t!,'7 9 - . . ing ,,," serving. Makes 6taastwiches. I Oranqe Treat -,, 3, 1//.//. d/ ,+oz ,o.,. € Cheap knits may be ---- -, ,_ o, 10r -- (plus dep.) Scotch Trot • expensive after all Z-lb. Potatoes -..., 35 Fabrlc Softener " Knit fabrics sometimes are less ex- pensive in a variety or discount store, but a purchaser needs to check quality to be :: sure she is getting a good buy. Mrs. Myrna Miller, Klickitat County  ! extension agent, says becate knits in 00Gal Bleach " variety or discount stores may not be White M °€ labeled, a shopper will need to check • DisinfeCtS quality. By using a simple checklist, one lt--'a-'room can find out if the fabric is of high enough qualitylx)ok fort° justifya firm,thecloselym°neYknitSpentfabricf°rthatit' luathan Apples Sweet m Green Cabbage will not sag or bag. A stiff fabric may have ICot Food 6Vz oz+ cans rNdC,p  1 kwl.n qL iM'- Hefty Heads with tender the powder will come out during laun- ,€..m sakes and slaw  Blossom Time dering, leaving the fabric limp. ., m,.k,d, -J,. EI Swe Imrts - Perfe(t fr The print or color on the back of a fabric shoUldside. A lOOkdesignalmoStor coloraS thatg°°disaSonlytheonrightthe Peach. Conntng"eLmellYA',,__,--- *. s3.g Zucchini quash Grown I    (ider Tml/1 +.." 1' right side will fade quickly. OrrA eydew .Ro -Tr.AMI TownHou$| )0 We Gladly AcceptU.S. Prices Effective:7 If the knit has snags or holes, be sure the Badlell Pean + 4Jl -.@' (ider +,..-, pattern can be arranged so one can cut F y Y :'" 29' (  IP B011 Onioll$ "+ } 39 FOOD STAMPS ", .t s+.ay i. around them. Check also for irregularity anc ares v.  Local ucumben . e ' , a.m. to g p.m. Flavor Where Authorized urclay. Cloud SundaY. in the pattern or blotches and streaks in the color or design that would make the SEEDLESS GRAPES  BELL PEPPERS 39 [Tonm -- whole piece of fabric unusable, at Ft|SH TOKAY €  Skin, Be sure to look for care instructions too. sw.., nd cy  lb. size for  I. A less expensive knit may be quite ex- S.d P.,ft pensive if it needs to be dry cleaned.