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p Six THE GOLDENDALE SENTINEL--Goldend le, Washington age ...................................................................... ........ _- .... **," ........ • I%d* ~ l¢~ped to the hilly country beyond. !etc. A retired army major, name un- J. F. VERNON HEADS Elk Hunter l eeps Log ur .roray i~e hardy hunters returned to liknown, stopped by in his Packard GRANGE AT BICKLETON • , t:~_____.___ V,*&&,*4.,,,, ][..][=|| f'll~ll~i-lTitown for hot oyster stew and to bed and gave a demonstration of what ---- -- lnEo Dnowy l[~lttl't~ • lllll ~"UtllaL,Y !iu a well steam heated hotel, leaving!the Japs may think over, by leveling BICKLETON -- (Special) --- Mr.' the t a oa.ll with the clerk to get them out i his scope over the car fender and kill- BY AN ELK HUNT]E~'~ 1 ing about the countryside where i early, around six o'clock• After ham ing a goose out of ~ bunch of five in These modern elk hunts sure tax!cow elk' season was to open the fol-I and eggs, they drove to the hunting a stubble field six hundred yards be- ! k • your ability• Two old timers around :~ lowing morning for two days• E1 grounds in twenty minutes, just in low. The game warden in the party Kliekitet county thinking they m. ightihad become so plentiful in this dis- time to hear the guns open up from allowed it was a good shot. . . 1 s of one more llunt, I trict t!mt a specml two-uay see.son what sounded like huud~eds of hunt t -- stand the hardsh'p• ~ , " - The game warden In .the party al- . m been xaised on was declared to help ou~t the stoCKiers Two hundre& elk had beenJ one of them hav• g " ~ ~. lowed it was a good shot. He s~id he the snowy steppes of South Dakota, .raisers. !sighted, and if one out of ten shots would be with our party invited to and ~the ether being hatched along These beautiful, well improved found its mark, it was too bad for the hunt deer in the Okanogan next fall; the windy shores of Lake Ontario, ! ranches, five miles west of Ellens-I cow elk population, iand he will be welcome decided to take a chance. They prim-iburg along the foothills were thickly1 The hunters hurried over a ridge, f Well, there was T-bo'ne steak for ed up their shooting irons and leftlpopulated with fat white faces, ~hous-ijust too late to sight a.bout 70 elk in* lunch back in Ellensburg and the GoldendeJe before the sun had en-ii ands of wild ducks and geese in the i one band, but a few minutes later a hardy hunters got back home about tirely melted the thick frost of theI stubble fields, a.nd occasional bands[ lone cow attempted to run the gaunt- dusk from .their hard hunt. It sure night before• Arriving in Ellensburg!of from a few to 40 and 50 cow elk, let, and gave a few minutes of fine! t,a.kes what you got to get your elk ,before noon, ,they took on an early ~ grazing with the cattle. The bull elk : opening practice. A local game ward- now-a-days but don't take too much dinner, and spent a couple hours ihad been hunted du~ing the two: en and eL hunting companion closed until after the kill. during the beautiful afternoon driv- weeks previous and had mostly es- iu from above and the cow folded up S and rolled several hundred yard ROOSEVELT BAZAAR s h om down the suowy slope to t e bott gET FOR gATURDAY where a couple of young ranchers ............... FOR a tr, ul ydelicious dinner you have to have a truly delici-. ous dessert. We've a marvelous selection of all baked goods that make ideal desserts. Our complete line of bakery pro- ducts come to you oven fresh. Ask for Goldendale Bakery products at your local grocer. II II I I Nil Tasty Pies Mince and apple pies and fluffy pumpkin pies. Just the thing for that holi- day dessert. WELTER & SEIBOLD, Proprietors Through special arrangements with the mag- azine publishers we offer America's finest farm and fiction magazines-in combination with our newspaper-at prices that simply cannot be duplicated elsewherel Look over this long list of favorites and make YOUR selection today! ust arriving with their guns and big '~ game seals, calmly placed one in her ear• Well th~.t was that and no use ROOSEVI!~LT--(Special) -- Last call for the bazaar, Saturday night! The upper grades are hard at work with saw and paint brush making attractive articles for their gift !booth. The members of the Women's to argue as six more cows and a real young bull trotted to the kill• Shoot- ing from both sides and above and below became fast and furious A ' " I club are all working to finish hand- chip of ~ock h~t one hunter in the ors Iw.ark for their booth, and numb face, and he dropped behind a s~get for the program; the fish pond of brush for protection, the Camp Dire Girls bids fair to be Foul- elk were down in sight, one more interesting than ever and the lost in the sage brush, and one limp- ed over the raise to encounter other hunters. Two hunters without their elk agreed that finders were keepers, and searched the side hill and soon one more game seal was used up. The hardy Goldeud~le hunters had their elk dressed and hanging up to dry by nine-thirty. A few hundred yards pack to a convenient road and an accommodating truck soon had five elk on their way to the lockers• Several deer raced wildly between the hunters, e.nd a coyote becoming confused ran head on into a pine tree a few yards from three hunters skin- ning an elk, and One of the hunters i picked his gun off the ground six inches and pulled the trigger; the coyote met the bullet face to face: Part way back toward town sev- eral of the hunters g~thered to be- come better acquainted and finish a couple bottles of pop. One loosened up a Oklahoma horse thief pistol, and a couple got out their more modern automatics and begat~ prac- tice ou flying h~,ts, dead soldiers, This Newspaper 1 Year, and Fi e Magazines ALL FOR PRICE SHOWN ,! ALL SIX ONLY FOR BOTH NEWSPAPER AND MAGAZINES GROUP A -- SELECT 2 MAGAZINES [] McCall's Maga~ne .---.1 Yr. f-] Pathfinder (Weekly) -.1 Yr. 1"7 True Romance~ ~.-~1 Yr. [] Modern Romauce~ ....... 1 Yr. [] Fact Digest --1 Yr. 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[] Poultry Tribune ......... I Yr. leiU. OUT COUPON • MAIL TODAY PLEASE ALLOW 4 to fi WEEKS FOR FIRST MAGAZINES TO (Cllp l~t o~ m~ga~e~ a[teg c~lt~g eta# de$~ed and retu~, wld~ ~b ~o~po~.) GenUdamm i inclose $ .................. i m ~ tl~ ~ ~l with a year's mbacriptt~ to your paper. Thursday, December 5, the pictures, he gave an interestil~g talk, explaining points of interet~t~ Friday evening during the halves of the basketb'fll g'tme the drill NAME ST. OR ......... PO~OFFICE ........... .---.. ......................... R.F.D ...... 4-H ice cream counter will be a big attraction. Three one-act plays and musical numbers by the wom- en's sextet w,ill comprise the pro- gram. The plays, all comedies are: "Twig Old Maids and a Tu'b,'' "Sauce for the G(~slings," and "The Pot- ter's Rehearsal. Besides the regular booths a love- ly blanket which will be on exhil)it and the "recipe nook," where choice recipes will be sold at small cost are added attract, ions. This Saturday night, Dec. 7. Don't forget! The basketball teams of Roosevelt high school have been busy this weekend, l~oth teams traveled to Bickleton Friday evening, ~brlnging home a 33-31 victory for the first team in a closely fought and very exciting battle. The second team lost by one point, 13-13 in another close and interestiug contest. Monday night the teams with a goad sized cheering section crossed the Columbia river to try their luck with Arlington's squad. They came back unvict,or.ious but determined to "show them" next Monday night at Roosevelt. The "Day at Camp," a ~ocial eve- ning given by the campers of last ;~mmmer and those who didn't attend Camp Roganunda, was a vel'y spec- ial occasion last Wednesday. Virginia Binns, Ila Mae Sanders, Ardi~ Hamilton, Pat~ieia Gately and IMaxne Binns with their guardian were hostesses and acted as camp counselors• Audrey Bundy, ghirley Crider, Shirley Goddard, Agnes Clark, Ger- trude Clark, Doris Miller and Denise Mattsen were guests and campers. At 5:30 p. m. the day "begun" with Flag raising and breakfast• Inspection at the nurse's headquar- ters. morn,ing sing, 'handcraft and dramatics followed• The horsefback riding demonstration on improvised horses, showing sk, ill at galloping, trotting and other forms of good horsemanship was a special event. 1 Sunday school is progressing nice- ly. A large crowd was out Sunday land being made f, or the plans are ~gunday school to take part in the ~community Christmas program. H ALDERDALE LOSES STOCK TO DEAD CANYON RANGE ALDERDALE--- (Special) --- David Stout was taken b6 .the Veterans' hospital in Walla VCalla Thursday night w, here he underwent an oper- ation for appendicitis. R• A. Jackson has moved a band of sheep and a hundred 'head of cattle to his ranch in Dead Canyon for t'he winter. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Miller and Don were Sunday d4nner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lowell. Thursday Mr. and Mrs. Ed All- britton celebrated their thirty-fifth wedding auniversary at t, he home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Elsrough and family of Buena. Clyde Peterson, ~Mr. and Mrs. Carl Seely and Darrel and Mrs• Harold Seely ~,.ere wisitors at the Glasco home Saturday evening• Mr. and Mrs. W. vergin motored to Sunnyside Friday• Mr. and Mrs. Parker were over- night guests at the Dave Stout home Thursday. gunday Mr. and Mrs. Carl S~ely, Leona and Darrell Seely and Mrs. Harold Seely were dinner guests at I the Virgin home. Mr. and Mrs• Tom Miller motored to Goldendale one day last week. Lois ~IoBride accompanied her teacher, Mrs. Rake, to her home in Boardman this last weekend. / Mr. and Mrs. Fred Allen and fam- f,ily were in Paterson S atur2ay night. l Sell it through the Want Ads. )arents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy H osfelt. ~Mr. and MFLS. R. M• Furgeson were in Sunnyside Saturday on business. Mr..and Mrs. Leonard Ingram call- ed' on Mr. and Mrs. Harold Naught Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Sam ~anders spent Sunday with her mather, Mrs. Nye, of G~oldendale. Othere guests were Ka.te Nye, of Seattle, Mr. and Mrs. F.,dwin Baker of Yakima. Mrs• Hat- field, of Blockhouse. An additional guest in the evening was Martha G~nders. Tommy Nelson and Lois Heart were weekend guests .of his mother, Mrs. Anna Nelson. Dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Gee. Metsen Monday evening were Mr. and Mrs. Levi Austin, and Richard, Mr. and Mrs. H• O. Wilson and Richard, and Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Jensen and Molly Lou. ~Sam Rossier and Soren Mwtsen, of Wapato, gave e, stag party at Mat- son's Lodge Ssatur'day night• There were about 20 men present. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Williams vis- ited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Tribe, over the weekend. Bet,ty Wilson home over the [weekend• ~She returnd to Ellnst)urg Monday afternoon. Mrs. Ann~ Nelson, Elmer and Tommy and Lois Heart were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Gee. Matsen. Dinner guests Su,nday of Mr. and Mrs. (}hris Jensen were Mr. and Mrs. M~lner Larsen and Mr. and Mrs. Al- fred Matsen. ,Harold Walling was a weekend guest vf his mother, Mrs. Chole Wal- ling. He returned to Vancouver Sun- day. Orpha Jensen was home over Che weekend. She returned to her school at Walls Walla Tuesday. Evryone is invi, ted to attend the Senior play "A Night At the Rip Van Winkle," which will be given in the high school gym, Saturday, Novem- ber 16. Mr. and Mrs. Harry McC~edy were overnight guests of Mr.and Mrs. Charles Jensen Sunday. Mr. and ~M~s. Harry McCredy were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Merle Ohup- man in Yakimu ~S~turday. Mrs. Cecil Everett was the .hostess ,to u bridge ,party ~tu,rday afternoon. There were about twelve guests. Ralph Babooek of Kenzuce, Ore- ~on, visited ,with his sister, Mrs. Chas. Scott, over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Levl Austin were guests of Mr. and. Mrs. Charles Scott Sunday evening. Several of ~he Blckleton people a.t- tended the play and dance at Roose- velt Saturday night. Eareryone re- ported ~h~t they ,had a good time. Mrs. Esten Gaines returned home from her v~cation last week. Her l daughter, M~s. Kenneth Loevers and son, Jack, returned wlCh her• Mrs. Leevers left for her home Friday. I Jack will visit indefinitely. [ The Grange held an all-day session I last Thursday. A potluck dinner was served at noon. The Pomona Master, Gerald Fenton, was present. The an- nu~ election of officers was held and the following elected: Master, J. ~. Vernon;' Overseer, C~ris Jen- sen; ~ecturev, W.flma C@~penhefer; Steward, George Bromley; Assistant Steward, Charles Bromley; Chaplin, Mrs. Carl Ny~aard; Treasurer, Har- land Shul,tz; Secretary, Orville W~l- ing; Gatekeeper, H. H. Giles; CorN, Bertha Bromley; Pomona, Dora In- SENTINEL gram; Flora, Helen A.ustin; Lady Assistan¢ Steward, Dela laaulkner; If yOU plan on sending Christmas cards, don't wait until the ~hairman of Che Home Economes, last few days. These cards come direct fromelate y urfact°rYot° ~: " A ta Frostru.p; C airman of the Ex- which requires a few days for deliver .... so p Y i bcutive Committee, Milner Larsen. ders early. We also have other lines, ranging in price Ms-. and Mrs. Ronald Faulkner, ofI $1.00 for 25 cards and up. Our line is complete. • _l' Dingen, were weekend guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Faulkner. If It's Xmas Cards.... See The Sentm~ Jim Bra,shear ................ Danny Gillette i street ; and sophomores, All~e The play is being coached by lSpalding and Robert Groves. Martha Herman. Tickets are on salei Last Friday afternoon Miss ;down to.wn at the drug stores. Gen- speed, "America's mosttalent~ i eral admission tickets are 35c and !girl," held the students ~re~erved seats 10c extra, l as she sang, played the piano I Movies of the Klickitat forests !dramatized a skit. She wa,3 a~' by Mr. Townsend, a baritone fro~ land surrounding country were i I