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December 1, 1938

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0>= ::: a 2~c~?m)e'~- A IL%?Y See the New Royal l~ortable ~ype. Writer oil display at. Sentinel. tf-- M - 0 COUGHDROPS Ask for liwnl hy Natn,, Manufactured By I~t)CI,~H()I,I) Itlt()S. Tile l)alh'~, Oregon NOVE?,~EP, .a-~'%25 ~ R,=wie comm.~,:.i ~d ~Z~/ t:e C;r~ss Fiq]++t in 'fexcts. ~ 27 Flo!i,J~ w,~s nc~me, l by Ron::e tle Leon, 1513. 28-The ]an,Tlin,~ oi ~eveNu:+ '.: :,~j s ~t tb~uns',vkk. N Island Service Ralph Nickerson, Prop. Klickitat School JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL G~,rt(hl tIanln a student in our rotNli, calne back froln a w~ek's vo- cal iotl. O|IF set'olId [PAID IS |laving a bas- kel bull game v;ith Miss Dever's roon~. Our first team has Won three basketball games froill the freshman ltll/l 1out only oile ganl~b. ()llr l'ooin nan drawn llallles for Christmas gifts oheddy. A ~rolip of stodeets were etlosetl to take charge of the Christmas play. A complete line of the ~e~ason's most beautiful Chrtstnles (~ards at a wide range of prices. See them .oil display ,at The Sentinel office. Printed on plain, tf i The Service Garage Goldendale, Washington relieves COLDS, Fever and Liquid, 'IMbletaHeadaches ~&lve, ?,'ose Drops due to Colds 'l'r~ ~'lemb-My-Tlsm"---a ~VonO~ful 1Anhnent Pine or Fir Sheathing surfaced. $10 M' ~H_E f'43_IA)_ENDALE SENTINEL--Goldendale Washington Garver's 'Shyster' Action Dismissed Of interest to Goldendale readers w,as u recent story ill a Caress newiq- re.per stcHing ,LhaL H.. \V. G,a, rver's $10,000 slander suit tiled against the uity cf Camas, and two Camas police elf leers, ut~s lismi~sed in superiur court by siipul,atlon of the pl(tintiff. Garver in Ms suit had charged one of the officers called, him a "shyster lawyer" ill a justice court @earing. The suit tiled by Garve.r attracted st,a,te wide inte~rest. KLICKITAT tlEIGHTS PLANS BAZAAR SATURDAY DEC. 3 KIACb21TAT HEIG IVFS-- (Special to The Sentinel)--Miss Margaret Sm!th, of White Sahnon, is a house guest at the Cimmiyotti home, vis- iting her friend, Miss Ve.~ta Clmmi- ,otli. The IteJgbts ladies very cordially nvited all who wish a good time to attend their bazaar at the school h()~!s~', SatllFday night, Dec. 3. A cafeteria supper will be served and an interesting program will be given in ihe evening followed by tile sale of many pretty and useful articles especially suitable for Christmas g:.fis. Mrs. Pearl Johnson-Proper and daughter, Miss Lols, spent Thanks- giving at Ill(, home of the Oscar qar(lners of White Salmon. Mr. slid Mrs. Charters Briggs were Thanksgiving guests of Mr, and Mrs. lluck at Lyle. The Russell family motored to souttmrn Oregon for Thanksgiving festivities with Mrs+ Russell's sister, :~nd then on for a weekend visit with tileir son and family in northern (!alifornia. The community dinner on Friday at lhe school house was enjoyed by Lyle Men Called To Identify Suspect Two Kllckitat county nlen, Jaco~b Tel and Dale Colem,an, both of Lyle, were y.dled to Yakima lest Saturday as witnesses to identify Roy Wright, recently apprehended for tile alleged mu, rder of John Dee Moore, Yakiin(t auto salcstn an, Tel and t'olenmn were believed by Yakinla authorities to have seen x.V right w!hen ile d through Lyle on his escape from tile ~lley. Wright, only 18 years old, was re- cently apprehended in Fresno, Cali- fornM. Court News Given For Week's Period In an a,ction instituted by Orson O. Talbot vs. Spokane, Portland and ~ttle Railway Co., the plaintiff is asking tile Conrt to grant him a judg- ment ~,~inst the defendant ill the sum of $15,000.00. "Phe complaint alleges 4hat on t!ho morning of Aug. 18, 1937, the defendant's train did stike the 18 month ,'hi child of the plaintiff causing immediate death that tile accident occurred on t:he de- COMPLETE SERIES OF OLD TYPE AT STUDIO PRESS I~.L [C tiITAT-- ( Special to The Sentinel)--Mr+ and Mrs. Walter Sauntlers ha~e moved into one of the Stearns apartments. They had been living with Fred Ogden, who is Mrs. Sail nders' broiher. Tile Old Studio press has laid ill a tomplete series of Gotldy text type which is similar in design to the lirst type used by Gnttenbtlrg in AI:. ,I. \\, Millsap. "l'w~ t.,-t~+, g~tests sang, chatted a~Hl phootl l>im~ tile at tile silver we,ld i ~+: ;l llI1} ~, eFsaI Y of 5tr. D~Ild "d[~: {lus S ciud~rf. ,\tF+ ;l;+l ?,trs lla~a AndeFson en- !