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ie:l n I n e n n a ii00n nie TWO !2 PAGES -- PRICE 10c 98620 GOLDENDALE, WASHINGTON, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1965 VOL. 86 -- NO. 43 STOP COL ,,.., DRAFTS .q:" Everywkere news items to 773-4212 COMMITTEE MEETING November 4 ha been spe:i f%d as the date for he meeting cf Cub Scout committeem,,n. dn mothers and all interested F arent. The meeting will b( he!d at the Methodist Church starting at 7:30 p.m. Anyone :torrst(d is urged to attend. I [] Serving All Of ;outhern Washingtoa At the New CAMAS-WASHOUGAL BRANCH Ne I-Slop Between C,na$ &amp; Weshougal P.O. Box 1033, Camas 835-2118 Transfer Your Account Now! Gift Premiums Still Available. Now Payiog 4V4 % Planned Rate Per Annum Compounded & Paid Quarferly. Ask Abouf Cr Lowest Cos+ HOME LOANS SAVE BY MAIL Homemakers' party set for Wednesday The annual Extension Home- makers' Holiday Jamboree has Leen scheduled for Wednesday, November 3 at the Goldendale Grange, announces Mrs. Harry Mesecher, Goldendale, general chairman of the event. This county-wide meeting Goldendale Women's Association meets The Goldendale Women's Assc)ciation met Thursday. Oe- :ober 21, at the Women's Asso- ciation Building. One of the main items on the agenda was the presentation of a lovely carnation corsage and a certifi- cate of appreciation presented to Mrs. W. D. Norris by Virgil Getehel. Service Extension Di- rector of the Salvation Army for the northwest division. Mrs Norris has been a diligent worker in the Salvation Army for 23 years. Mr. Getehel fur- ther explained the many phas- es of their work and added that many of their workers were volunteers. Mrs. R. C. McClure told of their trip to Seattle for a re- gional meeting of the March of Dimes. At the conclusion of the program a visit was made to a hospital sponsored by" the March of Dimes. Mrs. Ernest Seibold reported on the Historical Society meet- ing and listed the officers and directors elected. Mrs. J. C. Phillips, district presiden: of the Womens Clubs reported on the Mid-Columbia meeting held at Glenwood and attended by all the clubs in Klickitat county. Yearbooks were distributed and a vote of thanks is extend- ed to Pete May, owner of The Sentinel. for his help with the materials. Hostesses were Mrs. Don Bridgefarmer Sr.. and Mrs. J. C. Phillips. which is open to all Klickitat county women, without charge, will feature all types of holi- day crafts, decorations, foods and ideas. One of the activities which is sure to attract atten- tion is the "Tasting Corner". which will have all types of Christmas candies and cookie for tasting and purchasing the recipes Miss Cynthia Scott. Home Economist with the U and I Sugar Company, will present a demonstration of holiday foods. Jn the afternoon All Homemaker Club groups in the county are to bring their displays to :he Grange hall and have set up and ready for ,howing by 10 a.m. These are o be kept in place until 3 p.m. Each club will bring six dozen cookies,, which will be served with coffee a]l during the day. Bulletins of Christmas foods will be handed out at the meet- ing. and a door prize will be given at conclusion of the meeting. vA AA V V VVV News of servicemen  A A Basigers in "'Ragweed'" Seaman Apprentice Joseph R. Balsiger, USN, and Person- elman Third Class Henry L. Balsiger Jr., USN sons of Mr. and Mrs. Henry L. Balsiger of Bingen, participated in First Fleet Training exercise "Rag- wee<t', while serving aboard the attack aircraft carrier USS Kitty Hawk. The seven-day exercise, con- ducted off the coast of South- ern California, involved 34 ships of the First Fleet and several naval air and amphibi- a, us units, comprising "friendly tortes", in aerial reconnais- sance, surface anti-submarine, anti-air and amphibious war- fare operations against 'enemy' air, ground, surface and sub- surface forces, portrayed by other Navy units, to increase the combat readiness of the First Fleet. Kitty Hawk operates out of San Diego, Calif. Mitchell in basic irain/ng Seaman Recruit Lawrence L. Mitchell, USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Mitchell of Wishram Goodwill truck . bo.ur,_ sovo.,, wo.: o, Navy basic training at tim U. here November 1 Goodwill Industries will send their truck to Goldendale on Monday, November 1, to c o 1 1 e c t discarded household items. Handicapped men and women become self sufficient. i n d e p e nden: individuals through their work and train- ing in the various repair de- partments of Goodwill. Their abilities include s h o e and watch r e p a i r, upholstering, painting and sewing. The do- nated materials are restored and sent to the Goodwill stores where the money from sales pays the wages of the workers. To contribute, please call Mrs. L. S. Ritter at 773-4401 and she will arrange to have the truck stop at home or business. S. Naval Training Center, San Diego, Calif. In the first weeks of his naval service he will study military subjects and live and work under conditions similar :o those he will encounter on his first ship or at his first shore station. In making the transition from civilian to sailor .he will be taught and supervised by experienced Navy petty offb cers. They will teach him the basic skills of seamanship as well as survival techniques, military drill and other basic subjects. On completion of his recruit training he will be assigned to a school, shore station or ship, according to the results of his Navy classification tests, his own desires and the needs of the Navy. BYF plans Halloween The Baptist Youth Fellow- ship is planning a Halloween party to be held Saturday night, October 30. All those planning to attend should meet at the Baptist Church between 6:30 and 7 p.m. for a hayride out to the Hunter barn. At the barn. games and entertaimnent will party for Saturday last a few hours wit,h a "Spook 1Room" and refreshments being featured. The party will end with a longer hayride back to town. This party is not limited to any certain group or religious denomination. To all those in- I II I II - - -- _ ...... REORGANIZED CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER DAY SAINTS Church School 9:45 a.m. Worshop 11:00 a.m. W. Broadway and Columbus Elder James C. Sage, Pastor 807-1435 DaIlesport terested the BYF says "Bring - 2__-_-- --J - a friend and come'." Phone news items to 773-4212 III I I I I 40 et 8 At GOLDENDALE GOLF CLUB -- all day -- NOVEMBER 4 & II Many Door Prizes BINGO-- PIE SHOOT-- TRAP SHOOT LADLES WELCOME! I IIIIII Plenty of Fun -- For Everyone Lunch served by 8 et 40 Proceeds for Child Welfare Fund ? I I I I BABY BEEF b h,,, s.,i,,'. LIVER Pork ,a,, or 5 9 Sliced Bologna tonn who,,, The Goblins are coming-a have 4 Pac handy i Blue Bell 59 Potato Chips Rag" 79c4 pk. only OCEAN SPRAY Whole or Strained Cranberry Sauce 1 TREE TOP Apple Cider l-lb. tin Washington State Reg. $1.05 Limit 1 at 59c Additional gal. 89c IANQUET Pumpkin Pies DOUMARK Miniature Marshmallows Reg. 39c Limit 4 | O-oz. Reg. 25c LOOK FOR FOR OUR INDOOR SPECIAL SHOP WISELY AND EAT WELL--SHOP HENRY'S Thurs. afternoon Locally oed and operated. Associated toith LESLIE SALT Plain or Iodized 26-oz. for 2 773-4955 - 221 West Main St. '" We Reserve the Right to Limit SALE DAYS: October 28-29-30 8:30 to 7, Mon. thru Sat. ZEE 00an00ow:ch Bags I -- Blueberry T m / Cherry I Strawberry oaslwlcnes s00oz ROYALTY HOUSE 40-oz. Jar Reg. $1.39 Peanut Butter NUCOA Margarine 4}Sl Don't forget to come in and look at our DINNERWARE DISPLAY U. S. No. 2  20-lb. Bag 00OTATOES " ea Washington State Delicious APPLES FRESH CRANBER,,RIES Snow White Fresh CAULIFLOWER 19:. ,i # c , [!