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mm 1879 Goldendale, Washington, Thursday, November 9, 1950 Vol. 71, No. 45 9 County_ ___Calendar METE ," FRIDAY . Appreciation day at 3 p.m. ~ fN A |~ li. _ ~_ Goldendale Grange meets at /'~! ]~/~ii 9 [ ~I ~1 hall, 8:00 p.m. " ...... sO~ i SATURDAY I'~'~T rI | ~ il i Armistice Day--Stores closed~'~T ~ J L 1 P i Barn dance at Klickitat. JIJ~ J,X- i / II ~,~ "~ ~ ~ t i Turkey shoot at Klickitat. ! r Legion BanqUet at Grange ---'----- I I ,, ,, : .... q 1U J , 11 City Plans To Move Toi hall. wRh pubhc dance fol- Council Divided On Opm-' |1 I [ White Salmon For Tradi- i ]owing. ion; Final Action To Be i 1 1 l ,. . ' i n i ] ootball---GHS vs. White T .... t t o al Contest ;" Legion To i aken At December Fourth r F bresentatlves From State Forestry Dlvlmon To Attend Ban uet In Evenin Salmon at White Salmon, Meetin- ; " [ )lic Meeting In Goldendale, November 15; Portion Ofi q g i 2p.m. .... g ! Thirty-Eight Of 39 Precincts Reporting Gives Wilke 000 Acres Given To State In.1937-38 May Be Return-Practically all of Goldendale's i Church services. Goldendale's. city council again One. Vote. Lead Over Miller; Absentee Ballots Will De- e To County And Sold To Pubhc i business houses, bank, court-Turkey shoot at Klickitat I brought up the matter of install-i clde Final Outcome; Goldendale School Issues Defeated house and postoffice will be clos-I TUESDAY i ing parking meters at its regular For Third Time; Holmes, Magnuson Elections Assured [ ,~,~;,~, ~-,~c, ur,~inc, tha ~.oh~rn c~f a n,,,rflnn c, ~,~m,~ied Saturday, November 11 in ob-i Pomona Grange meets at sess on Monday evemng. Follow-~ ~,, ...... -~ ~,~e,~-~,-~:~ y;---,---~.-- --~ -* ,,-, ....... ~,. ~" .... "~!servance of Armistice Day. The~ Pleasant Valley, 10:30 a.m. ing a lengthy discussion on the i ......... ~.. ...........~ ........ acres oI hUn(l, all situate(1 112 me western secuon OIientire town is planning to "move"i Wesleyan Circle meets at 7:30 , question it was decided that final l ~ncompmte emcLmn re~urns ~rom ~ne majom~y o~ pre- mty, and deeded to the state by Klickitat county ini to White Salmon to witness the! p.m. at hall. j action to settle the question of cincts throughout the 16th legislative district show that Ole I will be held in Golde12dale, Wednesday, November annual Armistice Day . gridiron Oddfellows meet. at 7:30 p..m !parking meters, which created H. Olson, Democratic incumbent leads the field of four can- 1:30 p.m., it was announced this week by H. L. "Loren"Igam bfet v e e Ca lmUmb nyn ni i mUChaa gUoment be ee ibvUS n " ' didates with enough majority to assure his return to the chairman of the Board of County Commmsmners.!Goldendale Timberwolves. The l WEDNESDAY 'ers before, would be taken at a[state legmlature. Olson s total was 11,171. A1 Henry, Demo- , Gross of the State Forestry Division will be in Gold- game is scheduled for 2:00 p.m. Hearing with State Forest regular meeting of the Council on crat, held a slight lead over Herb Owens and Loen Bailie, it to give pertinent facts re- ~l Only one stare, Sa:feway, will! representative on return of !December 4. i~lwas reported. There seemed to be o~ ........ +h,~ ~vna,,n,,........... nf r~v~n,,~l ~ ....... &.--.-- I~---.,iDe o peneo on ~.rmisdce L~ay, i: portion o~ rand ~o county: [ During the discussion it was. .~cons~derableL d~screnpancy m the tmty has received from the Z'tlJl~rCt~atttaun L ty ~a~ reported, i Cub Pack meets at Methodist !evident that the Council was di-i ~'alr Board To ~total vote for state representa- f f ..... .... ,,,~roducts since thel r~. -1 ~ 1] ~ .... The American Legion and Aux- church, 7.'30 p.m. vided about equall.y on the pak-r i s I tires,, but it ~s beheved the fol- ' deeded the land to the!rrl(lay,/Aaa l~ew ~dmry wdl 3ore m obserwng Arm-: Rebeka.h card party at Odd- ing meter question with! anquet Nov. 17, lowing are somewhat near the w-~ . -- ~-~ a-~ iistice Day with a banquet and, fellows hall, 8 p.m. !some arguing for the meters as a~ r~ wl~" ., I icorrect figures. Henry 9,597; Ow- ~n ..... _~[ ....... l'~atl]rt~ ~1~ ~ll~i~ Iprogram at the Goldendale Grange ',i Extension group meets at i source of revenue and necessity," 11"UDIlC lnVlteQ i ens 9223", Bailie 8912. to seek remrn o~ a por ...... .I nl h " ........... ~ t hall m the eve ng. dance, un- Centerwlle Grange hall att while those opposing the meters i May Set Record o~S tuna was mKe.n ~.y me . ~ '. der the sponsorship of the Gold- 1 2:00 p.m. ! looked upon them as "new la - I ~ i '" f County Commmsmnerst Auctmn of several arhcles gndl,~o~,~ ~,o,,, .... ;h r~o,~,,u ~,, ~ I ............ P Y A pubhc banquet, under the It looks hke the 1950 general . . ~,,~,~*~ ,~--,s,- ..... -~-*-,,- ~--,-, ~ ~on~muea on t'age o) i - " gust, when a group of Ap- the grcmg avcay o~ a 'h~gh-pow- ~h-rd ~nd hie orchestra furnish. ~'~1~1~ ~ ~ I~1 i~ sponsorship of the Khck~tat Court-electron wall set another record c~tmens, headed by R.aY]ered rifle will ~ake place d uring!in~ ~-h~'mu~ic will be-hel~i-'f~'l-! ~n ~|-|| |~t~t ' I~Y Fair Board will be held at the!as far as close contests are con- , mane a request to 'nelthe Appreciation Day program toIlo~in~,h~ h~-et with c~.n,i~ai IL4gJl llIL~Jl~lL]il~"~ .... g'~ .... A__ IRA___ '~Goldendale Grange hall, Friday,!cerned. With only one precinct of ' fathers. In the opinion of'be held on Goldendale sMain]tn'~t~'.~.qZ.~n'n~m .......... ~'] ....... ""--~ l~e.~.|l[" ~,UUlILy l1~I1 'November 17 at 7:00 p.m., it was:the 39 unreporting, Iona Wilke, ~pleton group, the countylSbreet. [ .... ="-' 5"~.: ~'"~ _ ._ II n~e~ ~!=1 ~'~T TWw t~[ ~ ~ 1 ~r~ ~- '~announced this week by Ward i Democrat, held a one vote lead realize more.revenue from Citizens are reminded that Ap- ~ .~ ear il! I Rh RI III /I L:allea 1o aervme :~McEwen, treasurer of the Fairi over County Clerk John A. Mil- an ~or agriculture pu~es preciation Day w~ll be hetd on ,. ~am w~ cnmrman .o~ me [~ l~l~ l~lllal! i Board. t ler Republican. Wilke polled 1900 ~vlercnan~s ~emn ~omml~tee o~ I mey are recmvmg rom Friday, instead, of Saturday, as~ ............ 1 i .... ~ - -- The "~ur'~ose of the ban,met is, to Miller s 1899. Loren Triplett, g leases and sale of forest ~ll bu.qin,~.q~ hn,,~ ~,ri*u ~h .... I tne ~omenaam ~namDer oz ~om-t~ m ~ ~ ~'~WT ~ xne ~elecuve ~ervlce ~oaraT. ~" ~ --.. "~-" ;Democrat -n,~ ;,,~,,-~.~--* .... :- .~s 1" u -- ............. o~ .... ,, .....- merce, in announein the closing ~ ' announced last Thursd y after ' to give citizens a ~ez~er gnow- . ,. ~.. ....... ,~=,,~ ~u,,,,~- .. It was also po nted o t ~eption o~ one, will be c~osed on I ....... g ..... ! ~ | ~'~ ~ ~ ~ K i .:~ . ire ~ ~ 'a~ , .~: - ;~,~,~ of what the board has ac stoner from district one, who won August hearing that much'ArmL~t.ie~ D~v .c~,h,,.~v o~ a~ stores, saia .me ~omenaam'. "IL~ JL~- I~-ILJ,~K]L !~oon ~na~ T:ney nan cameo muri-~--~,~, _ _ -* - - ,- - - " the nomino*i,~,~ ~, .... ~ ........ *- lan_d given.to the sta .te for: i---~/Ii~s.- Vera "~Vhiteh.il,1 "won top [Merchant. Apprecmtion.Day ac-! - 7 ]K~mki,~t _C __o~_ ~y men (or indue- iCOo~PnmSne~ 1~n~in~te ~eee~.Unt~r, ae.i margin, w"~'giv~n*a" yeS'close ~rtl haa no timoer on k and ., ~w~ms woum ve nero zrlaay, ~o- ~ .~on.xney were rt~ver~avamey ' -- -~ .... ' honors a't the Apprecmtmn Day I ~ race by S F Wnuk, former court , [ re rtof the f nane~al eondRmn armerl farm and orchard vember 10 at 3 00 p m hi e Hawkins White Sa~non, Lester po .... 7. .... 'ceremonies ~st ~eel< and was : Arc "t ct s Estimate Phcesi ........ ..... ._ __~ a; ..... and results of the past fair will ty commissioner and Republican ~u whim curing me aepres- awarded a total of $165 00 Other ! .... ' __ [ Cost At $7,850: Heha Need- ~I"~-"-'~'~*~%y' ?/" ~.'~. ~y,ix~on~ be aiven ' ! of White Salmon. Triplett's total ae land was of little use winners w r " ~- ~. Jonns~n ~om o~ ~nge~ a~a; ~, in " " : e e, Mrs. C. E. Mesech- j ~ . . , . ~ . the 38 precincts reporting was become exceedingly valu-'er Jer,~ Mattson Mrs ~rm Weather ~eport ~ ed To Rebuild Fort Block-lBen]amm Edward Clark of Wh~tet The Goldendale Grange ladies 1857 to Wnuk's 1807 ~ ,~i~f ...... Webber Mr Daie Max Mm. Pre I house Salmon w~ prepare the meal w~th plates i , s.E.H. Amidon and " " ] " , !selli~" for ~1 50 "er "-ers~ i of only 50 votes. There is no ques- State Forestry Division, inH. E. Kingman. Nov. 1 ........................ 48 31 .33 ..... ~ . . . ! No anr~.eemen~ ~as ~een! ~ ~ P ]tion but that it will take a count .~ply from inquiry made by l Nov. 2 ........................ 47 40 .28~.. Cau.~or Dins on a eomlort, sin-Image regarding me ~ovemoeri ...... " ................ !of the 114 absentee ballots to de- lting Attorney Thurma~ SENTINEL LATE Nov. 3 ........................ 62 41 tlon a~ ~rooKs ~vmmoria~ .'~m~e ca~ ~or prospective inauemes ~o .n~ ~-~r~ r~-~r~ v~-~ tide the Wilke-Miller race came back with a state- i The publication of this weeks' Nov. 4 ........................ 68 39 .02 ~l Park were made public ,this week ! take their pl~ysicals, ~t was. an- { N. B. Da~gue~__ and Mr. and l Kai~r-Dr~l Win" early September that the : issue of The Sentinel was late in Nov. 5 ........................ 66 37 I by the State Parks .and R ecreatmn '~notm~ed by ~erLff E. C. Kaiser, ~Mrs. Ray Gesford of Trottt Lake, I I- th,~ mh ..... =~+on ~,,, +~, ~der discussion were more ge.tting into t~e mails in order to Nov. 6". ....................... 56 39 Icommi__ssi.on.. ~n~oids wiuee op-la, m e~noer of me Selective Ser-lwere Goldend~le bl~ visRorslni'~~ ~q~'~'~'~ ~'~'-~.~" "~'"~_ to the county as they bring readei~J~.qections ret~n~ Nov 7.,...-.;,,,.~z-, ~, :~:..~! 40 -z ,04 {ConunueoI n age v ce ..... l ...... .... - and offer.~, to come .toi ~-== .... " ........... ' ~" [~ ~" " "" .... ~" "~'""': '?~Y' s emocra~ oy a large ma]omw to !aleto discusst attendmgthe auestionPUblm ! '* t * " ~('~T Pl~ retain his office, . Kaiser s total waa The ~orestryDivg~ion al- ,t rns F] om 38 Out O f 39 Coun. ** ecmcts ]2o37r~9to cRoakneiS 162~sWoDres~ael,, [ that Klickitat County . y e ann "- ~-"==T'==r=='T'--~ ~ ~ ] I~ l "T-=r---7--'~~ I { [Democrat, made an exceptionally ~ Vse~a 1 e $ 2o7f0 f:2e s~ ~re~une~e I I I I I l i I I I I I I t I I I ~ I 1 I I I I l I I I r I I I I I I I /good "comeback," defeating H. W. l~.a ..... +urnedVover,o ] [ [ ] [ ] [ ] [ ] I ] ] [ [ [ [ v[ I [ I ] ] I [ [ ] [ [ [ [ [ [ } [ ~ Magee, Republican incumbent by ~.,~, --,~o ~ . - ac n " " " '- [ [ [ [ [ [ ] [ [ [ [ ] [ I [ [ [ ~I ~ ~.[ C]~[ [ [ ] [ [ [ [ [ [ ] [ ] ] o mderable ma~omty. Draasela I I I I I I I I I I I I I I [ J ] "~] ~ -~1 ,~. ~ ] I~1 ~l I I I I~1 I I F I taontmued on Page 12~ * aring is expected to draw [ [ [~[~.]] [ J [ [~l [ [ [~[ [ [ ~[ ~ ~-- ~,~]~[ [ [ [~[~l [ [ t [ " stockmen, particularly ~ n II t l l l.I I ;. erman xo Youths s o . o Grange, Nov. 14 h City Slat. Senator Warren G. Magnuson, D.._: ............ 11 ..... Walter Will an R ............ . ....... . a~. bo~,- ~'~ank- H.J. Churehward, S.., .................... ~q af Milwa~kie, Oregon, i Herbert J. Phillips, Ind.., ............. d, Wi~lhrd of Spokane, i . Con~mssma~a to 'be 13 years of age, I Ted Little, D .................................... , 11 ~md in Go~d'endale last! Hal Holmes, tL ...................... _.: .... 1, Prosecuting,,~ A~tormey I SJ~te Rel~e~ez~alive ~ard, Officer Pruitt and ! Ole H. Olson, D ................................ ~' ~erfff, Earl Jones. ! A1 Henry D ............... : ........................ i Herbert B. Owens, R . .............. , ...... Wakefield was seen I Loen L. Bailie, R...: .......................... 1~ t ~e streets 'by Prosecut- ) d~Lring the d~y. Tha a~- Couaty A~ev~or H. W. McEwen, 1L ........................... 11 Ward met the lad near l County AudLtor el Ha~l .and: engaged him[ Vesta Tebbs, R ................................. 1~ a'sation. The boy said that[I ~ Clerk ~ts had given him ten t ona Wilke, D ................................... 1! ~hleUn ~e; ~we~' Gmeldet II JOhncountFA. ~ommissionerMiller' R ............................ 1st A~ District ,two weeks. He also to~dl When questioned aboutI H.L. (Loren) Triplett, D ................ 1~ S. F. Wnuk, R ..................................... Le was goiwg to sleep and~ : "the bakery had promis- County Commissioner, 2nd Di~ 1~ ~,Some pastry good" buti J.W. Dressel, D ................................ H. W. Mcgee, R ................................ rmdn',t decided where he~ Coun~ Prosecuting Attorney ~g ,to sleep, t Thurman E. Ward, R ..................... 1.~ ~t~ked the .boy to accom-I Coun~ Sheriff over to ~e cour~ouse, I Clyde R. Rake, D ............................. 1~ they contracted .his, E.C. Kaiser, R ................................. Mflwaukie, Oregon. [ CounlT Treasurer amed ,the boy never l decided to run ] Mabel M. Guinan,JudicialR ......................... 1~ so he I . (Con~ested only) of Wil~a~ was quite ~ugh J. Rossellini .......................... e was armed with a Frederick G. Hamley ..................... a~matic and shells P. 1/. D. Co~~ from a gun dealer Wil~ard was pdeked P~uitt and Earl Sheriff. His moth- and came to Gold- after the .boy, 'Champ' Bull And Sale Forrester was just ast his bt~ttons" when ~.om ,the Mideo Here- sa'le in Moro, Ore- Creek .a~d he had ever 'eel ,that way, for his! ~in bull, won the grand i a,t the show and sold at the sale. aLso ,took in class with Aladdin's $725 ~or the Both &ills are sons ~longing to L. of Goldendale. said: that a total of sold at the sale at price o~ $688. Lee Dadand .................................... 20 Couniy Supevb~nde~at Grace M. Forry ................................ 18 Hospital Commissioners June L. Jackson, District 1 ......... Bessie Sehmid, District 2 ............. 11 Porl Commi~ioner, Dh~ I Dean R. Nichols .............................. 11 Joe Crowe ....................................... 11 Initiative No. 178 FOR ......................................... x ....... AGAINST ..................................... 17 Initiative No. 178 FOR ................................................. 16 AGAINST ...................................... Referendum Bill No. 7 FOR ................................................ 184 AGAINST ................................... Referendum Bill H.o 8 FOR .............................................. ,.. 9 AGAINST ....... : .............................. 1 3 Referendum Bill No. 9 FOR ................... . .............................. 147 AGAINST ...................................... Referendum Measure No. FOR ................................................... AGAINST ...................................... Senaie Resolution No. 9 YES ............................................... o.. NO ................................................... 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Mosbach No. 16, -- 3 Germany, who came to America in June of this year as an "ex- --1124 change student" and who is mak- --2193 ing her home with Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Schmid of Trou~ Lake --1578 while attending Trout Lake high --1722 school, will speak at a Pomona --1542 Grange meeting to be held Tues- day, November 14 at the Pleas- --1690 ]ant Valley Grange hall at 10:30 a'mMiss= Bengel v~ho is said to be ~2759 --2824 [18 years of age, will talk on I"Farming in Germany Since the --1900 ~War" and her remarks should --1899 ]prove interesting as well as edu' cational to the large crowd of --i857 Grangers expected at the meet- ---1807 ing. All Grangers are invited to attend the meeting, which will --2028 feature a potluck dinner at noon. --1478 ak O --2547 TO Spe n -1625 Better Farm Crops --2379 November 15th --2490 --------- George Kitzmlller of the Paci- ---762 fic Supply Cooperative of Port- --1419 land, will speak on "how to ob- tain better alfalfa and wheat --2245 yields" at a public meeting to be held in the Centerville Grange .hall, Wednesday, November 15 at --1070 :-- 78O ~--887 --2463 --2211 --1207 --1942 --1349 --1892 --1575 --1432 --1559 * 8:~?L~P~Lrmers througho".t the Klickitat valley are invited to at- tend the meeting, as it is felt the remarks of Mr. Kitzrailler will be beneficial to hay and wheat farm- ers. . .To Hold Arm,stlce Banquet The annual Armistic Day ban- quet of the American Legion and Auxiliary will be~ ,~ held at the Grange hall Saturday ni~t, Nov. - 11 at 7:00 p.m. The banquet will be potluck and cards are being sent out to remind members of the event. Mrs. Frank Feeley iwehalrman in charge of the dinner and Mrs. Clifford Granum is in table setting. The arranged by Jr., and his committee. arm are and bring friends.