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Page Two THE GOLDENDALE SENTINEL,--Goldendale Washington Thursday, December 5, 1940 The Sentinel can fill you Christm~m cards needs. Hundreds of c~trds, low ~-~-- iiiiiiiii i ............... " ,=.m~umt::. • " • • T I qO('lAl A('TIVITIPq ... ]Women Actors Miss Allison iRecord Crowd l'hrateres,Week to thean t, amp/~Sinterna~ionatchapterScolle.Of t "'" "" "" "" " " ---I. To Present Play At Hawaii U. Attends Dance giate orgau ,i , Selena Morgan, Walter Cop Wed; ---- ! ____ rev ing wb,, ,,, c01- • _ I An e.ll-woman cast of Centervllle One &oldendale resident is among~ A c~pacity crowd of more t~han lege of arts and scences, was pledged Will Make Horn In Tacomal Grangersi,,No will present ,~he comedy, four Washington students registered!100last WednesdayC°Uples packedeveningthefovParishthe hall to,~theTheKappa109 sub-chapternew pled~'es()t" toPhrat'~ho ..___ ____ Men Admitted," at the Golden- in the University of Hawaii this fail. bear- e;~,~. At a quiet ceremony in Yakima .................... !dale Grange hall Friday evening, She is K~t~hrynAllison, an an-! fit dance sponsored by members of n'__e sub-chapters w',ll be initiated Sunday morning December 1 Miss KLICKITAT'~ WAUI~A December 6. This play was present- classified student.Miss Allison is i Holy Trinity Catholic church, fin January. ii -' ' i . . . I . ~...q~l~,nn.......... M~r~an, ........ daTlzbo__ter ~fn Mr. and . CLUB, HOLDS M'EETING . ed previously at the Centerville taking part tnne work while teach-i.Music for the dance was furnished "'~lrs. ..... otis A.°~viorgan'" or" ~pr" ing ~"reek Klickltatl s Wauna club held a Grange hall. ing ~chool in Hawaii' . Other Wash' - i by James Hall and Everett Cox. Dur- Another Good Time ............... regu ar meetLng at ~he chrbr~)om ................. ,~,~A ington students ave ¥irghlia ,\lde~ ing ,the intermission a numbel of oecame the oriue oi walter iN. ~oe, -. - ' 2~.n aLlllllSSloa onaT ge ot ~oc ,~,,, - " " - " " sergeant in the United States us- 5~onaay evening,Nov. 25, with the 10e will be made The play is schedu- son of Spokane; Eleamr Bliss of valuable prizes were presented to For You At lhe Lions tional guard. The 12:00 o'clock p~es~dent,Mrs. ttoward Brattcn,led to begin at 8:00 p. m. It is being Seattle and Howard D. Briner of the holders of lucky tickets. ceremony was solemnized in the sponsored by the program committeeEphrata. ' " II trectory of gt. Joseph's church with of .the Goldendale Grange. "1 Of 2639 students registered in the CHURCH BROADCAST Fatber Balfe officiating .... University of Hawaii pthis fall, 107 L~)eal listener,s will be interested I The bride was go~'ned in white RAINBOW MEETING I come from Mainland United Statesin tile announcement that the Co- , n mc s st le with a wibh 27 states ~epresented S~x forlu~d)~a West Coast Church of the dipper sati , pr'es y • Grand officers ofthe Rainbow] " • ." " - .} ". • . . . n" v ~ nile M~ss Geor ia eign lands Canada, Chile Japan All ~v~ll p~esent a Chmstmn Science full-le ,,th e'l of t . ~ " ' ~ g Assembly will visit Goldendale, Dec. ~ ' ' ' " " ' " nt was China Thailand and Boheuua are pro~,~am from Stahon K¥I Ta V/elmer, her only attends , 12. In honor of their visit the Gold- " • • o. , • , _ YOU'LL FIND THEM ON... Gillenwaters .o. Beautiful 61ass and Revere Metal Ware Electrical Appliances... IRONS, WAFFLE IRONS, MIX-MASTERS, TOASTERS, SILEX COFFEE MAKERS ! .-----o--.--- Sparklet Sets... And DOZENS OF OTHER at- tractive gifts that will make your Christmas shopping easy and economicaL. O similarly gowned in peppermint pink satin. Rod Coe, brother of the bride- groom, was his best man. A wedding breakfwst at the Don- nelly hotel for the immediate fam- ilies and attendants f,ollowed the ceremony, and later a reception was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Cyr, aunt and uncle of the bridegroom. Mr. and Mrs. CoP left after the ceremony for Tacoma, where th0y will make their home. Sergeant CoP, wh,o is the son of Mrs. Melvina Coe of Yakima, is stationed at Camp Murray with the 161st infantry of the Yaklma national guard. C~old~ndale guests at the wedding included !Mr. and Mrs. Otis Morgan, Harold Morgan, Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Norris, Mrs. Frank Morgan and Mrs. Julia Wilson. Coming from The Dalles Was Mrs. Inn Milne. Several showers have honored Mrs. CoP, who is a graduate of Goldendale high school and was en- rolled in tho school of nursing at St. Elizabeth's hospital in Yakima. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Wilson were host and hostess a at recent party i individual clt~bs. Three members of White Salmon's Cholena Junior club accompanied Mrs. Breneman on her visit. Mrs. Alfred Wickman, Mrs. Her- man Umlauf and Mrs. Larry Sharpe were hostesses for the evening, and interesting Thanksgiving decora- tl,ons were carried out as their table motif. iii1| PIONEERS CELEBRATE DECEMBER BIRTHDAYS The Goldendale Ploneeers as~o- ,ciation will holdtheir December meeting Saturday, Dec. 7 with a potluck dinner at 1 p. m. in the south room of the Golden.dale Grange hall. Election of officers is scheduled and a14 members are ask- ed to be present. * December birthdays to be cele- brated follow: Alice Green, Dec. 2; Guy Schroder, Dec. 4; Joc Kilkelly, Dec. 8; Jennie Darch and Elizabeth Stultz, Dec. 21; and ~harles Me- Do~vell, Dec, 25. in her honor. ICIRCLE TO 1KE~T At another party iMrs. Earl Dooley i Neighbors .of Woodcraft. Aloha and Mrs. Charles Campbell hon~ored I Circle 246, will hold their annual the bride with a shower at the home i Cbristmas party Thursday evening, of Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Tubandt. IDec. 5 at 7:30 p. m. All Neighbors Twenty-fi~e were bidden to the[are invited to attend and bring a affair and refreshments were served[friend. Each Neighbor is asked to by the two hostesses, bring a 25c gift. i endale Rainbow Girls will hold a formal banquet at Mac's Care at 6:00 p. m. Following the ban.quet a business meeting will be held at the temple. PRIMARY COUNCIL Members of the Klickitat County Primary Council Will meet at the home of Miss Pearl Shepard, Satur- day, Dee. 7. A potluck luncheon wih be served at 11:30 a. m. The meet- ing will ,be over by 3:00 p. m. ~VIiss Lillian Bloomer, of Ellensburg, will speak on the subject of puppets. represented by 10 students, c.oma. Washington. next Sunday tM~ny races make up the student morning, December S, from 8:00 to body ~u~ .t~e Universi'ty. Hawaiians, 8:30. The broadcast will be e0n- Caucasians, Chinese, Japanese and darted by Dr. Randall S. Williams, Koreans a r e represented from a former First Reader of First fftawaii's own "melting pot" of races. I Church of Christ, Scientist, Tacoma. ,,, i The program will also be heard over PIE SOCIAL station KOIN in Portland. In order to r~lise m~)~ov for a i lodge Christmas fund, mel~d)vrs)f EASTERN STAR TO IW_F. T the Odd Fellows and Rebel~:ths will Evergreen Chapter number one, hold a pie social at the I. O. O. F. Order of Eastern Star will hold a hall Saturday, Dec. 7. Members of islated communication Wednesday, the two organizations are invited to!evening, Decem!ber 11. attend. All ladies are asked to bringi An appropriate Chpistmas pro- pies. Proceeds from the pie social ] gram will follow the communication. CHRISTMAS PARTY will gO into the Odd Fellow-Re- Tile choir will lead in tile singing Members of the H. H. club held bekah Christmas fund. i of Chrstmas carols, Mrs. May Root, their annual Christmas dinner Mon- The Klickitat school orcbestra secretary announced. will furnish the pr.ogranl during tbe l day afternoon, Dec. 2 at the home evening. All members of the I. O. O. VALD~tEVI~_ G__ __~ OfmembersMrS. F.andL. Bridgefarmer.guests were presentFifteen F. and Rebekah organzati,ons and i / pT, E.I}GES y.HRATERF, S their friends are invited to attend. ~,'~Valda Crevling, University of for t'he turkey dinner and remained ~~:vf:~?ln?,°ldendale' to exchange gifts a~ound a minia- ture Christmas tree. Santa and his Read and Use the Want Ads. tf was one of the group pledged last reindeer formed an attractive cen- terpiece for the lace-covered t~ble. C~uests included Mrs. E. R. Vasey f North Bonneville, a former club member; Mrs. Adah McPherson of Springfield, Ore., a guest of her daughter Mrs. C. W. Ramsey; and Mrs. Sadie Baker. EDITH NICKERS01 IS BOOK GROUP CHAIRMAN Miss Edith Nickerson was elected to head the Book Group of Mucrada club as chairman for the 1940-41 season at a meeting of the group held last week at the home of Mrs. 'Stanley Thompson. Twelve members were present to hear Mrs. Ron Rich- ard~on, retiring chairman, discuss reviews of recent books. Tuesday evening was decided on as the nigr~ fo;" the semi-monthly meetings of the group. Mis~ Niekerson will be hostess tb the group at the W. B, Nickerson home on East Broadway at the next meeting, set for Tuesday evening, Dec. 10 at 8 p. m. Mrs. Thompson will present the book review. RUMMAGE SALE The Woman's .Society of Christian BLOCKHOUSE December 7 Music By Jim Hall and His 5-piece Orchestra Proceeds For Benefit Lions Club Swimming Project J CHRISTMAS HOLIDAY SPECIA]b [ One lb. Baking Powder or one lb. [ Cocoa for only 10c with your ptlr- chase of Imitation or Pure Vanll" [ In. Be sure and see Christnms Gift ] Boxes. I ROY W. LUNDBEI{(~ __.,J Serve more fruits and vegetables--they're good for your family and they're good for your budget because they supply the essential food elements at low cost. Use them to fill out your menus--to give greater taste-appeal to your meals. You'll always find a mouth-water- ing variety on display at our Produce Department. Apples, box ............ 69c Newtowns, Romes or Saps Cranberries, 2 lbs ....... 35c Fresh stock Potatos, I00 lb. bag ..... 89c Yakima Netted Gems, Combination Run Sweet Potatoes, 3 Ibs .... 14c Extra Fancy, U. S. No. l's Service is holding a rummage sale PURE YAKIMA Saturday, December 7, in the pri- mary room of the annex, Methodist ~ VALLEY STAINED Leather 600dsl - PLEASE ANY WOMAN church. Anyone having anything to ~ BROKEN SLICES give to this, please send to the NO. TINS WITH church. If that is lmpos~i~ble, please Always a Welcome Gift .... Perfume or Cologne call Mrs. W. ~V. Lear. The sale be- Chocolate Drops, 2 Ibs .......25cI Dependable Flour, 49 lb. bag_T1.29 Billfolds, Cigarette Cases, Or- a By Lueien LeLong gins at 10:00 a. m. ernight50C Cases tOol and$6.00many nov- .... 01d Brass Spmevases Gifts committeePersons donatingmust club members have articles all will materials for hold tile • Old n A.^,.Fashioned O It,,, Cream Center...... .1' a ung0m '" FI 0u r. ,. "" m. '" .......... nag " __ _ =. *" '9 cities. $1.00 to $7.50 overrUmmageto tllesalecomnlitteeSh°uld FridaytUrn themeve_ ~ M=xed = ......... ning. Articlessold must first be EARLY AMERICAN .... Broken Sail. I Tomatoes, String Beans q i"" fumi~,~ted a=dhhe rummage sale Chocolate Covered Cherries, lb. 250l Corn or Peas, 3 tins ....... Peels, pound ............... 29c ] Your Choice Sea Port rand No tin, Montag's Fashionable FOR MEN Friday evening in order to complete Vases Writing Paper 75c to $2,00 ths task. Lemon, Citron, Orange and Diced Mixed PeelI . Hn r nura aana Ihe p .... L'_ =,_ nl/ -._ n_ i "=u"', e ........ , .,- '"" ....... Novelty Boxes Imported India MUCRADA PREV W umpmn I'40. £ /2 [lfl ......... i ,. "" '" " *" 39 CHRISTMAS FUN TODAY . Gold Bar Brand ] ugar, nag ......... 23c to $2.50 Mucrada Walnuts, unbleached, 2 lbs .... 29cI Tomato Juice, Sea Port, 21/2 tin 100 POTTERY, CHROME and $|.00 up a 'sneak preview" of Christmas at ~he group's December meeting today Walnuts, large fcy. No. l's, Ib._25c [ Dog Food, Play Fair, 6 tins .... 25c COPPER ~ (Thursday) at the Woman's club- Non-Tarnishable house. If Santa Claus i~n't actually Coffee, Wests Best, Ib ........ 2lc [ Sugar, Powdered, 3 Ibs ....... lDc 85c to $3.25 Metal Vase Holders there. Mrs. Clrfford Pike will demon- strate "half the fun of Christmas" Big Value Coffee, Ib ......... 17cI Sugar, 6. C. Sugar, 3 Ibs ..... 19c CHASE CHROME with Pottery Vases in an illustration of gift wrapping Fairway Coffee, 2 pounds 25c [ Purex, 1/2 gallon jug 22c L00. $3.00 $1.00 up and Mrs. Lowell Smith will help brain-wrackers with tdea~ f,or un- OUR MOTHERS COCOA, BRAND 2 lb. tsn 1,1© "The Night Before Christmas" ¢ ~ and other holiday readings will be Cornflakes, 3 lg. pkgs. Everything for the..., given by Mrs. Frank Stevens, and KELLOGGS all clu~b members will join in a few minutes of Christmas caroling. Mrs. ' .... / ' Bridge Player atRUssellthe teaW°°dwardhour be willfollowbethehoSteSSpro_ Top Quality eat Specials Bridge Bells .... $!-$2 Manicure Sets g,= " ' NOW'STHE TIME TO PREPARE ...... Mutton Chore, 2 Ibs. .. 19c CUTEX - LACROSS . = • • Congress Playing Cards New Streamlined Cases FL U T E F 1 S K Pork Roast, lb ..........15c Card Holders 50C to $3.50 WE ARE TRAINED TO OR HOLIDAY SUPPERS.' -- • t" z= 15C Order Dry Lutefisk now from your Depend- l oastIng ,mcKens, m... , Chrome Ash Trays. REGULAR $7.50 STYLE YOUR HAIR as best able Market Lard, 4 lbs. ......... 29c GoldPlated ----- becomes your features. Spiced Herring, lb. . .23c i B co 19c All Our Gifts.... Comb, Brush and Whether your face is ova, "" • Lean S de a n, lb ..... By... Old Spice round, traingular, or square-- Are made by America's Best Mirror Sets Coty we can flatter your features Salmon, lb. ............. 15c Cottage Cheese, 2 pts....29c Known Manufacturers for $4.69 Evening in 'arm with hair beauty. Half or whole Kraft, Country or Cream Style Yardley. Phone 1413 5 Shipp's Barber and Beauty