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December 5, 1940 THE GOLDENDALE SENTINEL--Goldendale, Washington nl'l- 1K$, . ..... BICKLETON-G:~DW]LL----- fr-edson Surprised Mrs. Wal.ling on her I~CVV I uTA~ C'HRISTMAS PARTY Ibirtllday Sunday with a potluck din- tin. ~" ~ I ~JL~ "J Iner at her home. ~tore to upen r] John Bake," fat~her of Mrs Mitty, BIC KLETON-- (,Special) --- Dinne " . I - " nda of MI and Mrs Ch~s passed e.way at his home in Mil- J F Oltmauns paint and wall iguests ~u y "' ' " " u,~,,~io Oregon one day last week sto~e mill hold a rand opening Scott were MI and MTS Eric Frost- ' ' ~ " '" g ~ " "'" "" Re I ,Dinner guests, Friday of Mr. and .Sa.turday at its new loc~.tion in ~rup, Mr. and Mrs. Levi Austin, Y Mrs Martin Copenhefer were Mr. and old (it offices located on Colum VanNostren Mrs Anna Brown ana t ' ~'Y ..... " _ . . s IMrs M A Collins avenue ~children and Alber.t Coyie It wa .... ,~ " I i n in honoi of Mrs Brown's birt'h I The Goodwill supper and bazaar one new store has been completely g ve ' " will be held aA the Grange hall ne~t orated by Oltmauas and now[day. /iSaturday night ~s his complete stock of paints,I Mr. and MIs." ,Carl Carter. and F~',u,~,-~a"" r~ec'~, . 13, there, wil,1 be a M)~ii t;1!i[if: li!i~:il~ gl*'~!!: 1 ~ I faul~!! ~!~[; ::::r :il]]t ~:7: [: [ !ii!dil,[ h b! ~ ~a~,l g~I~, t :lilblYrh i! ;)ti! O,ltmanns has operated as a paint- and paper hanging contractor in community for the pa,st 20 years at the present time operates the' paint and wall paper specialty in Uhis community. 8ell it through the Want Ads. lengthens the life of cloth- the t~horough, yet gentle re- of grit that rubs fibres, of the dirt and acids that eat fibres. TRIPLEX Ma's. Carl Carter were Mr. and Mrs. Har9ld Naught. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Carter and Mrs. J. E. Carter were Sunday dinner ~guests of Mr. and Mrs. HeLrry CAles. tMr. and Mrs. Eric Frostvuo were .in Sunnyside 2Vaursday on business. Ma-. and Mrs. Sam Ganders were iu Yakima ~riday on business. Stanton Ganders left Tuesd.ay for Detroit. He plans to d'rive back a new Dodge coupe. A dinner p~rty was given Thurs- day evening by Mr. and Mrs. Chris Jensen iu honor of Jim Jen,sen. I~uests were Iv~r. and Mrs. Charles Jensen, Mr. and M, rs. Alfred Jonson, Mrs. Anna Brown, and Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Jensen. The Sunday school is preparing a Christmas program. There will be two plays. The prima.ry room is ~iving, "Wh,a.t The Christmas Fire Told," and the older group will give "Joyful and Trtum0~hant." Mr. and Mrs. Jack Williams wer( Sunday dinner ~uests of Mr. and Mrs. Claude Will.i~vms. ,Friday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Evere~t were: Jim Jon- son, Mr: and M~s. Harry McCredy and Mr. and Mrs. Oharles Jonson. Guests of Mrs. C. W. Everett last Th'ursday afternoon were: Mrs. n. Coleman, Mrs. Martin Copenhefer and Mrs. Delmar ~l.lbritton. Nels M'atsen left Sunday for Port- land, where he will spend a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Harold N*~ught spent ,the weekend in Yak'ima. Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Collins, Pete Miller and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Got- MANY WISHRAM PEOPLE Former Bickleton Union Members ILL WITH SEVERE COLDS, --- . -- ---- i Resident Passes Planning Dance ]K~MR. N. sRrob!?[s0n M,,,' ---'--'--- --------- WISHR -- ( p, ~'a ) -- "'. 1~ ......... 74 Bi-kle Members of the Goldendale local ~. . ~ E U~',aXQ ,,ee ~nattueK, , C - Dora V~llson entertainedrelatives of the PI" wood Boxshoek and Door ....... It:on resident since 1880, died last ~ ' ' irom ~ aK,~ma ~unuay. _ .......... ,_:___ I Worker~ union will mix business ..... andal" n " dau liter I 'vuesaay evening, ~ov. zv m xa~tma I IVII'S. 1511(1 (?rt a cl ' g ........ ~ t..._ _:~.~_ an-. ~ o and pleastlre here Friday evening " t f B )nneville and a~ tile llOnle o~- 1115 SlSbttT, ~.vJ~i~. ,. o. ~haron Joan, ) .: , ~, ..... [ Dec 13 "it the Eagles hall r . . ] C,oiwu~a~li, ' ' ' ~ ' Mrs. ~;esleyHeath and g~rls, of ....... i F,~)llowing the regular local busi- Goldendalevisited friends in town Mr. Sha,ht'uek had been ill .[or [ne ness meeting scheduled be ,begin at Saturday morning. L, ittle Sharonpast t.hree years and was nllna Ior ,7:30 p. in., a light lunch will be visited her father Alvin John. Mrs. the last eight years of his tile. He ~erved. Following the lunch mem- Crandall and Sharon spent Sunday came to W~shmgton 60 years ago bers of the Ladies Auxiliary o~ th~ evening with ~Mr. and Mrs. George t TM a wagon train and entered the union will sponsor a dance. An a(1, "1 stock business in Eastern Klickit~t . Selph and fam~ y. I " mlssmn charge of 25c for men will shine Sister. If any member brings Mr. and Mrs. Elv:in Coop and sonI Funeral services for Mr. Sha~tuck be made. Non-members wishing to a guest, she must bring a gift for Jackie, of Camas, drove in Saturday lwere held in Bickleton last SaturdaY!attend must he accompanied by a her. afteruoon to spend the weekend with/at 11:00 a. m. Intermen,t was in the member ,of the local union. Dancing Mrs. Jess Thane called on Mrs. Mrs. Coop's parento. Mr. and Mrs. IBickleton cemetery, will beginat 9:00 p. m. Esten .G~ines Sunday evening. William ttarp. In ~ldi~ion to his sister, Mrs. , Mr. and Mrs. Esten Gaines were inMrs. Arthur Stevens, of Spray, Coleman, one brother, H. Sha~tuck, Lyl S h I N t the valley Saturday on business. Ore., is spending some t,ime with her of Bickleton, survives, e c oo o es Born to Mr. and Mrs. Roy Van skster and family, Mrs. Tim Delaney. SPORTS Nostern at tile St. Elizabeth hospital Mrs. J. I. Mills spent a few days With ,.. ,,CLurcLes Lyle's first basketball game wa~ in Yakima Tuesday, a baby boy. the last of the week in Vancouver. Guests of Mr. a.nd Mrs. Gharles played at Lyle, November 29. The Jensen at a Thanksgiving dinner last Carl Hawk, ins, wh,~) is working at ---------- Cougars were victorious over White Thursday were: Mr. and Mrs. Gee. Dallesport on the line gang and HOLY TRINITY CATHOLIC Salmon's B.'s to the score .of 27 to ,Matsen, Mrs. Anna Brown, J. T. Jen- ~staying here with his sister and CHURCH 22. Bill Cody and Harry Smith were sen, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Johnson family Mrs. L. E. John, spent see- Roy. Patrick S. Lyons, Pastorhigh point men both with 10 points. Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Wilson, Mr. and oral days in Camas on business. . The basketball team plans to at- Mrs. A. W. Donoho and Sam Rossier. Many chtldren in town have been Schedule of M~sses tend the Jamboree at Klickitat. Mr. and Mrs. N. W. Cih~p.lan spent having a ~iege with colds and croup. First, Th.ird and Fifth Ssndays 9 DRAMATICS CLUB the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Also a numl)er of grownups have a.m. The Dramatics Club Journeyed to Jensen and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mc-had severe cohls and uu~ble t,o do St. Mary's ~hurch, Wishram, First, W,ishram on Wednesday to pro~ent Harry McCredy. their regular work. Third end----Fifth Sundays, 11 a.m. their play, "His First Shave." [Mrs. A1 Managhan received word Three one-act comedies were pre- Mr. and Mrs. Charles Jeusen ~ave a bridge party Saturday night in M.onday n,ight of the passing of her GRACE LUTHERAN CHURCH sentcd by Centerville, Wishram and mother. Mr. and Mrs. Monaghan Klickitat, Washington Lyle at Lyle, November 27. A large honor of Mr. and Mrs. N. ~V. ChCa~p- Eugene R. Schr~mm, pwstor 1,eft that night for her parental crowd attended and everyone enjoy- lan. Mrs. Calvin Crider and Marybeth home. They returnedhome Friday Sunday school .......................... 9:30 a. m.ed the per~ormance~ very much. evening. P.-T. A. MEETIN0 attended Will Crider's funera'l Satur- Regular service ..................... 10:30 a. m. day at Grandview. Iris Churchall ' The town baGketball teamplayed "We preach Christ and Hhn Cru- Parents-Teachers Associat, ion had went with the,m and visitedher here Tuesday evening and lost. They cifled." a Christmas party Monday night, also played The Dalles here Thurs- December 2 in the Lyle school. Mns. m~)Vher at Grandview. day evening and were the losers. ~Ielvin Garner took charge, and a LATTER DAY SAINTS Come on boys and get ~tarted win- R.R. Harem; Superintendent :program was presented and games COMMUNITY PARTY HELD ning. Kllckitat, Washington weer played. AT SCHOOL IN MARYHILL Mr. and Mrs. George Schaer en- Srmday school 10:00 a. m. in tertained Mrs. Schaer's daughterclubrooms at Klickitat. KLICKITAT RESIDENTS MARY)Hi]LL -- (Specba.1) -- ~he and son several days the past week. VISIT SON AT HOSPITAL community p~rty at the school houm She will be rein:embered w~ Beth C~UR'CH OF CHRIST Friday evening was quite a success. Campbell. Mrs. Schaer and daughter V.T. Smith, minister I47~ICKITAT, Dec. 2--A sheet of The schoor children put on an in-were shopping in Goldendale Satur- w, hite paper stares empt, ily---our teresting short play then Mr. Mc-day morning. Bi,ble stud)' ...................................... 10i'00poor mind stares back emptily--It Donald and Mr. Geer had a versionMrs. R. C. Skar went to Portland Lord's supper . ..................................... 11:50 makes us acutely conscious of the of the p,oou.lar quiz game over a,Monday for a few days. Evening service ................................... 7:30 plight of th.e columnitst who all the loud speaking system. Prizes wereMr. and 54rs. H. M. J,ohnson wereWednesday ~ervice ............................. 7:30nation expects to say someth,ing given for correot 0gnswers and for- in Portland several days the la,~t of Bible study Friday .......................... 2:30~vitty, profound, or at least funny felts payed for failure. All stunts the week. , and who can only marvel at the were prepared by Mr. McDonald andTom Johnson, Ray Chittester, CHU ,C] OF CHRIST lhnitless expense of his copy paper- Mr. ,Geer. Music and pot luck lunch Gee. Rayrburn and Dwight Cochran Centerville Washington imagine--a whole world full of finished the evening, were ,in The Dalles Saturdav eve-~ Opal Wiidanen, pastor concrete and abstract thdngs to Mr. and Mrs. tester Robisoa andning on business. " / i write about and not even a glim- ~amily visited in C~oldendale Sunday Mr. and Mrs. L. E. John drove to 10:00 Bible school for all ages. mering of an idea--busily a little afternoon. White Salmon Friday morning. 11:00 Lord's Supper and ~ermon. t spider in the corners weaving an in- Mr. 'and M~'s. Bill Switzler, of Mr. and Mrs. Tim Delaney and 2:30 Junior C.E. ~tricate death trap with only a strand Umatilia, were ca.llers at the Ferry son Loren, and Mrs. Arlhur Stevens 2:30 Church at Hartland. of shimmeri'ng silk to work with-- Monday. drove to The Dalles Sunday after- 7:00 Adult and Young P~oples C.ingenious, though he is we could A bridal shower is being given at noon. 'E. lift a hand and ~s'weep him and his the Goss home Thursday af, ternoon, Mrs. Wm. W~ber, of Spokane, 8:00 gong service and sermon, all important life work from the honoa'ing Mrs. Kenneth Rude. visited her daughter and family, Week Day Service wall and squash him by Hfting a Stanley &gher and Helen Wedg- Mrs. L. B. L antry a few day,s. 7:30 Thursday Bible study, heel and setting it down--so could wood attended the show in Golden- A number from here took the ,~ - a mighty hand put out the light of dale Saturday evening, tuberculosis test in Goldendale last BAPTIST 'CI URCI'I our little lives and sweep us .into Mr. and Mrs. I. C. ~oblson and week. C.E. Hanos, pastor enternity--even as we 6it and Dennis were dinner guests at the The Mother's club held their struggle with the knotty problem of .tester Robison borne Thursday ev- monthly business meeting Wednes- 10:00 a. m. Bible school, what to write about. ening, day ev,ening. A very large attend- 11:00 a. m. Morning worshi,p and Mrs. A1 Henry entertained her Mr. and Mrs. Bert Geer visited his ance was ldsted, prea'lching service. Sermon theme: bridge club Thursday evening. After ~lsiter, Miss Musa Geer, at Goodnoeast minute .preparations were i"White Gifts for the King." bridge Mrs. ohn Dinger was sur- Hills Sunday. made for the bazaar w'hich was held2:30 p. m. Services at Hartland. prised with a number of lovely and Mrs. Clare Blanchard visited her Saturday. It ~vas decided to hav.e 7."00 p. m. B. Y. P. U.; Adult lvseful stork shower gifts presented sister, "(Mrs. tester l~obison, Satur- the next social and business meet- Union and the Juni,or Union meet by the members of the bridge club. day. ing on Wednesday evening, Dec. 18, simultaneously in separate rooms. The hostess's gift, the last one Mr..and Mrs. McDonald drove to 1940 as the date the business meet- You are invited to attend your own opened was the hit of th.e evening, The Dalles S~tuvday. ing should be held would ,be ChNst age group. Good attendance, good a darling little bathrobe with a Mrs. C06s was a shopper in Gold-rn~s. On Dec. 18, the 4-H groups interest, good meetings, realistic ,~queaking bunny on one end.ale Saturday morning, will be there to receive their 8:00 p. m. Evangelistic service in pocket. Mrs. Gone Briggs won the awards. Every Mo~her's club mere-song and ~ermon. b~idge prize. Royal and Underwood Portable ber should try ~o attend and see 8:00 p. m. Thursday, mid-week Joe Ra:boin returned from the typewriters. Small down payment, how the 4-H groups are progress- prayer meeting, hospital in Portland Saturday. Clar- balanc6 in small monthly payment,ins. Our Christmas service this yearence Kreugar drove to Portland to Mr. and [Mrs. Ralph Fenton on-is to be at 4 p. m. Sunday, Dec. bring his home. tertained Mrs. Fenton's mother, Mrs. 22. Further announcements later. Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Mars,h drove Ernes.t Roe of Goldendale, several Come womhip and serve wt*h us. to Seattle Saturday to visit their days lasX week. son Allen, who is in the children's Mrs. Vincent Brehm and two TH:E METHODIST CHURCH Orthopedic hospital in that pity for ch, ildren were in The Dalles on bust- C.J. Hall, minister the treatment of infantile paralysis. nes*~ Monday. I Mr. and Mrs. A1 Henry attended J,oyce Jackson, of Goldendale, CHURCH IgCHOOL, 10:00 a. m.; Ithe football game tn Seattle Satur- spent Saturday a~d Sunday with Sermon, "Some Ins and-Outs of day. her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. R. M!arried Life." Wednesday 7 p, m. The Laddies Aid of the Grace C. Skar. Helen Skar drove to Gold. Choir practice. Saturday, Rummage Lutheran church was hostesses at endale for her Saturday. sale in annex, a turkey dinner given in the club Mrs. Henry Brachtenbaoh and son TEMPEiRANCE INFOPJMATION: room Saturday evening. Leslie were shopping in The Dalles "Alcoholism, says Dr. William F.~George Robinson was appointed Monday. Bos~, is considered today as theradio operator at Coeur 'd Alene, Mrs. Warren and daughter Kath- commonest single cause of insanity." Idaho last week. He left for that PRINTED WlTli " leen were in Goldendale Saturday. Drink and the World War: Th)lace Saturday. K, athleen had dental work done. ref, orm of the common sale and useMrs. O. E. Holdman reports that YOUR Mr. and ,Mrs. Wm. Roe, of Seat-' of alcohol then sprang at once from :h.e Red Crous roll call was very tle, visited several days at the home the list of things desirable into the successful in Klickitat. Klickltat re- YOUR CHOICE .of hds cousin and family, Mr(~. Ralph very forefront of reforms of im- sponded with $88.10. oF Fenton. perattve imp,ortanco. This change [Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Blanchard 10 SMART l}[$l{IN$ Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Wood en- was not due, in Great Britain at are the parents of a baby daughter tertained company Sunday. least ,to any ~udden aggravation of born at 10:30 Sunday evening at Lillian Wel~b had company over the evils of intemperance, but rather the Klickitat hospital. 'l~he little Sunday. to the fact--natural at a time oflady weighed see.on pound~ at l~irth Mr. and Mrs. George Schaer and grave danger to the State--that t~e and will be named Sandra Jeanne. her daughter drove to Portland Sun- public attention was concentrated as Bill Green and Teland Helztor are day. They took her daughter h,0menever before upon any habit ~)r dr- on leave from the Navy training after several days spent here. rangement that was seen to impairstation at San Diego and are visit- Mrs. Hazel Walsh entertained national efficiency." Theodore Neild ing with their respective parents. Monday night Pinochle club thisJ. P., London, England. (p. 13, The week. Voice, October 1940). We wish to thank our many Mr. and Mrs. Ray Cof~ield were in ~ f~lends for the lovely floral offer- Portland Wednesday and Thursday. Don't forget to order those Christ- ~lngs, and the contributions for a Gertrude Vause, of Klickitat, ~asmas Cards early. See The Sentinel marker for my wife and our daugh- in town Monday. for a complete assortment. Prices aster. The Wishram ,Mother'6 clu~b low as 50 cards, printed for $1. tf Paul McEwen, wishes to thank each and every one --- -" Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Ireland. for their help in malving the food An Ideal Christmas Gift forthe -- and lines bazaar a success. Student ..... A ROYAL Portable l)on't forget to order those Christ- Mrs. Win. Lingo, of Vancouver TypewNter. See them at The Sen- mas Cards early. See The Sentinel visited friends in town several days tinel office. May be purchased onfor a complete assortment. Prices as GOLDENDALE SENTINEL the past week. small mo~athly paymetns, tf low as 50 cards, printed for $1. tf If you are in the market for a good used car, just drop into the Nickerson Motor Co ..... you will be surprised at their performance and low price! 0 1939 MERCURY FORDOR SEDAN--Radio and Heater! 1940 FORD 4-DOOR--ILadio, heater and white tires! 1940 FORD PICKUP--Half ton. 1939 FORD 4-DOOR---Radio: 1936 CHEVROLET 2-DOOR! 1936 CHEVROLET 4-DOOR! 1935 CHEVROLET 4-DOORI MODEL A 2-DOORI More Smart Gift Ideas! GIFTS FOR THE HOME ARE ALWAYS WELCOME GIFI'S ....At McKenzie's you'll find a complete selection at low prices. O Electric ,Toasters .... ZENITH IDl' Variety of styles and prices. Ask about our new beam op- erated, record plaser. No. w res, merely turn the d al of your radio. arious types and prices. O Fostoria Glassware.. 0 Bauer Pottery .... New designs and colors beautiful and practical gifts O Irons... Sunbeam Mixmasters... 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