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INC. ALL CONTENT COPYRIGHTED ALL RIGHTS RESERVED AGREEMENT. REPRODUCTION, DISSEMINATION, STORAGE, DISTRIBUTION PROHIBITED. DECEMBER 12, 1935 Club Celebrates 20th A versary Observing an annual custom estab- llshed over twenty years ago, the members of the Wednesday embroid- ery club, the first of its kind to be organized in Goldendale, staged its annual Christmas party at the Meadowlark Inn, Maryhlll, last Wed- nesday evening. A seven o'clock tur- key dinner was served by the Misses Clara Carter and Lucy Leatherby at a beautifully appointed table. The centerpiece was very attractive, de- picting a medieval Christmas scene, with castles, cities, lily pond, and even birds, against a background of imitation snow. Candles, candy likewise in the Christmas motif A Christmas tree and gifts came next on the program, with bridge furnish- ing the diversion of the later eve- ning. Four tables were in play, Mrs. B. A. Sanders making high score for the ladies and R. D. Sunderland for the men. Those present were as follows: Mr. and Mrs. E C. Allison; Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Pike; Mrs. Lulu Spabling. Mrs. Vina Kayser; Mr. and Mrs. R D. Sunderland; Dr. and Mrs. H. H. Hartley; Mr. and Mrs B. A. Sanders; Mrs. Jennie Darch and Mr. and Mrs Bert Sheiton. Of interest is the fact that of the seven charter members who organized the club over t*wenty-five years ago, Mrs. Kayser is the only one who still resides in Goldendale. All but one of the original seven are living. ,i I[I i The New Dealers haven't tried to harness the Gulf Stream yet but if Congress will only give 'era the mon- ey they'll try It. In addition to the birds planted the game department has approxi- mately 15,000 pheasants at retaining farms. These birds will be eurned afield next spring after the 1936 brood stock has been selected from their numbers. Park Commissioner Robert Moses has notified the PWA in Central Park to speed up or quit. Aw shucks; why bother to try to trim the grass any more? The frost is doing a good job of it anyhow. On with the mum- bleby-peg tournament. Whose got a good jackntfe? "It's going to be u real battle of wits, I tell you," said the sophomore member of the debat- ing team. "Two brave of you," said his roommate, "to go unarmed." Farmers can enjoy radio w/th. out the bother of ~, with the new RCA ~ se~, now on display at The 8em~el off/c~ Joke.st-the-Month Customer (at Feed Store): "I want some shor~ for my hogs." Clerk: "Oh, you're one of those smart guys. Next, I suppose you'll be coming in here and asking for some brassieres for your cows." Not l~-en Sick Strolling through a field with !~ sweetheart he spied a bull rushing toward them. Quick as a flash he beat a hasty retreat. "Why, Paddy, you were airs/d," she eald when they reached safety. "and you said you would face death for me." "I know I said that," Paddy replied, "but that bull wasn't dead." The foreigner was trying hard to learn English. He struggled bravely when he came to 'bough', 'cough' and 'though.' But while passing a cinema one day, he noticed on the board, "Cavalcade, pronounced success." "Zis ees too much!" he groan- sd. "Aye tank aye go home." OLYMPIA CORRES- PONDENT TELLS OF CAPITAL DOINGS JIbLMIE K. BROWNE O]B~V]~ DOING8 OF NEW LEGISLATION; POLITICAL NEW8 AND TAX PROB~ Cliff Yelle, state auditor, recent- ly issued a financial statement on the state's common school finances. It is most interesting. In fact every taxpayer in the State of Washing- ton should study it carefully. So should all school directors and the state superintendent of public in- struction. In plain English. Mr. Yells shows that common school finances stepped "out of the red" and "into the black" in a most marked manner between June 30, 1934 and June 30, 1935. It should be borne in mind that during this period the school funds did not benefit one cent by the tax- es imposed for them by the Legis- lative Session of 1935. The analysis compiled by Mr. Yells discloses that the composite warrant indebtness of the state changed from a debit balance of 52,090,300.67 to a credit balance of 52,263,411.59 between the dates. This is a net gain of $4,353,712.26 in the cash position of the composite picture of the school districts of the state. The report by Mr. Yelle shows that on June 20, 1934, the combined warrant Indebtedness of all the corn= men schools of the state exceeded the amount of cash on hand in the of- rice of the county treasurers by more than two million dollars, while on June 30, 1935, the cash on hand exceeded the amount of outstanding warrants hy more than 52,200,000. While these figures are on a com- posite balance sheet, nine of the thirty nine counties in the state had a debit balance amounting In all to $316,879.19 These counties were: Chelan, Cowlltz, Ferry, Grays Har- bor. Okanogan, Pend Oreille, Pierce, Skamania and Snohomlah. Apparently war has started in the Democratic ranks. It is going to be a battle royal Judging from all tn- dlcations. Old age pensions, the Townsend Plan and Republicpns on the state payroll are providing the machinery for the manufacturing of political ammunition to be used by the Democrats In their internecine warfare. The battle has opened via the radio. The public is going to be ask- ed to select `which one of the numer- ous candidates it feels Is the old, original, honest-to-goodness worker for the Townsend plan. Some time next month the gener- alissimo of the Democratic party, the Hen. James A. Farley Postmaster General, is due to arrive in the state. He is badly needed. State Chairman George E. Starr. is now postmaster of Seattle. He must resign his party office. This means that the Demo- crats will select a new state chair- man. The governor and his friends want one man. Senator 8chwellen- back and his left wing friends want another. Jim Farley will probably want another. Something must be done promptly. Here are some figures available around Olympia but never given to the public! The Federal government expendi- tures for the current fiscal year ending June 30, 1936, are estimated at approximately 57,750,000,000 which compares with $7,376,000,- OOO in the year |u~t closed and 57,- 105.000,000 In the fiscal year end- ing, June 30, 1934. Just so the man who reade as he runs can understand ~what this is for and should not all be laid to a elief and economic emergency they Should be read this way. The fiscal year ending June 30, 1934---expen- ditures were general items, $2,822, O00,a00 and emergency items, $4,- 23S,000,000; for the fiscal :1955, general items, $3,119,000,0000 and emergency items, 54,262,000,000: 1936. general items, $3,595,000,000, emergency ~items, 54,155,0~0,000. It will be seen by these figures that while there was a slight falling off of the emergency requirements the general cost of government was going up by the hundred of millions at a Sump. Under "General Items" are Includ- ed expenditures of all "civil agen- cies" such as departments of agri- culture, commerce, labor, state, etc., znd all Legislative, Executive and Judicial agencies. These amounted in 1936 to 5745,000,000. The huge additional under "general items" were eaten up by the administration THE GOLDENDALE SENTINEL---26th HOLIDAY NUMBER f ,~,. t... a, .... Dresl I Morning Oregonlan delivered or ~t hllCKItat News Items t.narmmg t Confectionery stores. Frederick and !" tn r ms a ..... ~1~ ~ /Virgil Oltmanns, agents tf-- /ell 0l Many Activities I The two-table duplicate bridge I~ I clu'b met Monday of this week at ----------- ~g~il~'~/. l the home of Mrs. W. C. Trowbridge, ~~ 'I The Alph~ bridge club met this (Too late for last week.) Albert Blair made a trip to YakS- ~~ !week at the home of Mrs. Z. O. '~ l ms, Washington Thursday to visit ~~- ~ t Brooks. There were three tab Os. i with his father, Bert Blair. ~!~ ~ I Mrs. Ralph Fenton was hostess Georgia Southmeyd who is at ~ I last week at a meeting of the Roman tendin- school at Ellensbur- w= ~~:'~ ]D contract club. There were three[ ta.....istmas cards at The Sentinel ho~if ::ri:: ::L::l~do:Y:.from Se- r . . s ~ office--printed or plain. See the new attle. V~ashzngton where he has been ~~~ , "" i " .,I . t demgns, reasonaoly pr ceu. t[ studying I)ie~l engineering for the ~ i ...... b r 19I _^~, , ..... ~.. ~l I on Tnursuay evening uecem e t'~ .... ~.~,~7". . .~- ~~ I the Masonic Blue Lodge will hold l marcus WXcKman ano walter ~l [ ........ ! ........... ~11~ ~lts annual meeting. ~leetlon ot or-! ~teLSs returnea home [or the nOllOays ~ I ...... ricers will take pmce at that ttme. i from Forest Grove, where they have~~ ] ......... I ........ ~~mm~. 1 ~rs. Euwar~ mattson, st ~unaate, seen attenalng college. ~ t ! Mr and Mrs Walter Sounders ~W IWash., was admitted as a patient 0i have moved into Cottage Court ~l ]The Dallas hospital Friday of last Iweek Mr. and Mrs. Charles McEwen ~l . " -- . .......... ~l ~ Mr and Mrs William Fancner, ana smart oaughter vzsitea rrlenus ~l - -.. " ...... and relatives in K]ickitat Thursday. ~l lot .~aK,ma,. arr,ved, tne..latte; P::d ........... ~/ o[ last week to visit wits ~ , The ~llsses ~lma tsennett aria F /... / ~ ............ ~. - ....... ~//~l i~rs.e~eo xeacgel, OI uentervllle. ~seth Irelan0 Were vmitors in t~oxo- ~i I " o ur to'a ....... i They plan t rat n u y. enuale over the weeKena, rams t~en- _ .......... ......... Ropes or pearm are rmstea rotei Take advantage st present excep- nett went on to l~Itensnurg wnere the draped neckllnq of this charmla~i tlonallv low fire insurance rates she will visit for a week dre~ of black cr~,,e. The cunnln~[ - " ...... . ~v ~ ana protect your property tully. Beatrice Howland is home from hat with the stiffened yell ill blaeNi .................. ~t~ho~here she has been attend-;i antelope. =:==e :n:;::In-~ItyA:::Co~fe=a:= excelled agency service. It-- Mrs. Duncan returned home tel ..... c-a N" el ~:klma Thhrsdhay" dS~ehhraS. ,~n.I , ~t l andrs~n?n~llberrS Ni::n~l~YandtLm~fle: s ying w t er g ' "l | LE.~.~L# | I returned Monday evening from Van- JimmleMonroe. .... [ I~ ~~-'-~}~b i couver and Clark County, where mrs: l~ay ?an~.grat, who nas neenI !they have been visiting frtenda and very 111 [or ins l~t month was re-I I I .... a " W -a S moved to the Klickitat Hospital i remuves tott?: ,,~,,~L:" ....... i ! K.D. Catuer, uz ~.u~a~, wu~ an- the last of the week. She is still verYl x~..~ tr n ...~.~.,....,, s.~ s.A.. as atlent to The Dalles low ~ I .,.,o ... ~,. ....~.~ _.., .~ .u~. mltteda p Th~ Misses Ann Leland ana Mar I tess to a two-tab)e bridge club at hospital Saturday. A Mid- Columbia "~ i ~ "I her home this afternoon hospital patient that was admitted vel Parrlott and Dick e Lelend made I " .......... r Rob r thai same (lay was 1 U Nelson, ot -t- t~ *h,~ P~ast over th~ vaca-[ B yant e tson, of Klickitat, ............. [was a Thanksgivin- Do" -nest at Wlshram. Mrs. R. C. Chittester, of tion. I 5 ~s t Wishram, 'was dismissed that same p he home of his parents, Mr and Glen Clarence visited in ortland[ . last week [Mrs. Sam Robertson. He spent the say. Sixteen hunters employed on ~aao ~r~n,,~M r~*, r-~a h~o to[ weekend here, returning to Kltcki- .. ",-'~-~'*"~r"~.','* ;;cat".~n .... [tat Sunday Washington State game funds ac- rorzmnu eve tne lo . I - .......... ~,,,,, ~,..~._,= ...... , .... ~ _ .~.~I Wall-a-or on hand " . ._ countea zor a ~tal or ~ preoatory .~ue, v ot;nmlut pUlC~eu a t:~dOl p p [or quick ....... ~ . ~.._ antmam uurmg tne montu oz ucu~- V-8 Ford from Gladden Motor, Co., orders; speclel petterns will be or- _- " m the " te de art oer, a report iresta P - of* White Salmon last week. dared. For papering or palnti~ng see ....... i"la "~"ri-ht ' _ ment lnolcates W II m w g , Fred Green was taken to The Fred Oltmanns. 30tf--- ......... c u t " l,~tc~ltat county hunter aco n ea Dailes hospital for medical treat- The Amber Thimble Club Bazaar for a total of 20 coyotes ment Monday. will be held at A. J. Niva~s Store Sam Hornet return;d Saturday at Centerville on Dec. 14 at 2:00 from two and a half months stay In c f nd p m Cooked foodsaleplus pie, t Wall Wal of emergen y u s. " tile veteran s hospital a a - The federal government expendS- cake and coffee, la. He is much improved and is back tures of approximately $8,000,000, The Woolgrower's Auxiliary met on his Job at the postofflce. S. H. i000 constitutes about 50 per cent last Thursday noon for a pot luck Homer, his father, who was visit- lof the total of all government ex- luncheon at the home of Mrs. Cecil lng tn Goldendale, returned to his penditures in the United States. Broken down these were:--For stat~ governments, 52,300,000,000, and l local governments, municipal, coun- ty, school, etc., 56,400,000,000. In 1915 the total expenditures for all federal, state and local gov- ernments was but 53,500,000,000 as against 516,100,000,000 of today. Today the percentage of the cost of government to the total national income is 26.7 per cent. Compare this with the total cost of govern- ment in 1925 which was only 12.9 per cent of thB national income. The total number of government employees in the United States is no`w 3,400,000 of whom approximate- ly one-third are those of the federal government. From March, 1933 to! September, 1935, the number of non-military employees of the feder- al government had increased 40 per cent. Increase follows: Department of Interior 186% Department of Labor 178% Department of AgricuIture 152% War Department non-military , 88% Farm Credit Administration 62% Navy Non-military 34 % Government Printing office 15% Treasury Department 4 % The increase In the government printing office has been found neces- sary undoubtedly to provide the daily tonnage of propaganda flood- ing the country. The total payroll of all govern- ment employees in the United States federal, state and local is over 54,- 000,000,000. This is "big business" with a vengeance and reveals the huge size of the government bureau- cracy which is continually extend- ing" its control over the private citi- zen demanding increased taxes from the same person. Neighbor Fruit stains may be removed from ruble linen ff sponged with lemon Juice and washed with hot water. Hybrid tea r:ses* w~ll ~lotun late i~ the fall if after the sunLme~ bloomi~ 0ushes are cut back to two eyes given a feeding of bope meal. Glazed chintz cove#~d ~tt~ white ~rgandle and bouod~ WR~ e]~lnts blag binding in contrasting colbr makes an attractive bridge table sever. To remove flypaper Qtat has stuck ~o white clothing, wet ~ot with kero- sene and let soak for ten or fifteen minutes, then wash In hot water and pure white soap and rinse in lukewarm water. Repeat If necessary. McDowell. A Christmas tree and ex- change of gifts was enjoyed in the Miss Edna Huot, of Bingen, arriv- ed in Goldendale the latter part of last week to take up her residence at the Home Auto Camp, where she will be employed as a clerk this your home dally, phone 685, or at Mac's Cafe or Simeoe Inn.tf-D~rrel Spalding, Agent. Chester Hill, Deputy State Grange Master of Klickitat county, left Monday of this week for Seattle to be in attendance at the annual con- vention called by State Grange Mas- ter Ervin E. KJng. The sessions were held on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday, December 10, 11, 12. Every day wise subscribers are taking advantage of the special club offer with the News-Telegram--S3.60 for The Sentinel and the News-Tele- gram, for a year. You cannot beat the deal anywhere, tf Voters flocked to the polls in Bin- ten, Washington last week, giving that community its first lady Mayor, Mrs. Flock. She defeated Theodore Sukedorf, present incumbent. Mrs. B. R. North was reelected as city treasurer. There were two tickets, Citizen and Progressive. C. H. Prldham, Spring Creek re- sident, has been confined to his bed since last Tuesday, because of an in- Jury to his hip, resulting from a fall down the front steps of his re- s/dence. A physician's examination revealed a severe bruise and possible slight fracture. It was feared at first that his hip was broken, but sever- al days treatment and rest proved home at Othello, Wash. the latter part of the week. The annual fire loss in the U. S. has reached the enormous sum of 5500,000,000.00 and 15,000 human beings lose their lives by fire two- thirds of these ere women and chfl- dren. A new fire breaks out every minute of the day and night and one fire in every six is an automo- bile. Mrs. Stanley Thompson was hos- tess to the regular three-table bridge club at her home Friday eve- ning last week. Prizes were won by Miss Edna Sanstrum and Miss Lou- ise Dressel. The cinb will meet next Wednesday evening at the home of Miss Elizabeth Kayser, Mrs. Norman Martlnsen being the hostess. The regular Thursday dinner club `will hold its annual flunky party at the Meadowlark Inn at Mary- hill this evening. Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Sanders and Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Sietten will be hosts at a seven o'clock dinner, followed by bridge. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Beale and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wolverton are the other members of the club Accompanied bY Loster Diekerson' Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Johnson and Mr. and Mrs ~l Anderson, all of Lyle, Mrs. Sue Morehead, county super- intendent of schools made a trip to Yaklma Friday to confer with WPA officials regarding the Lyle school pro|act. It was arranged that an of- ficial be sent here this week to of- fer advice on that project, and oth- ers soon to be set up In the county. A number of Goldendale people motored to White Salmon last Fri- day to attend the funeral services for Mrs. T. T. Hinshaw, who died last Wednesday, folio`wing a linger- ing illness. Those who made the trip were: Mr. and Mrs. Win. Rich- ardson; Mrs. Fred Brtdgefarmer; E. that this was not the case. He is ex- H. Lee; Mrs. John R. McEwen; pected to be up and around in a Floyd Chapman; William Chapman very short time. fund Mrs. Sue Morehead. An obttu- Every day wise subscribers are l ary appears elsewhere in this issue. taking advantage of the special club! offer with the New~-Telegram--53.60 for The Sentinel and the News-Tele- gram, for a year. You cannot beat the deal anywhere, tf Members of the Goldendale Eagles Auxiliary met last Wednesday af- ternoon at the home of Mrs. E. E. Montgomery for the purpose of or- ganizing a ladies' sewing circle. Mrs Montgomery and Mrs. Pete Roethler were hostesses. The organization will be known as the Aerie Club, the tentative meeting date being set as the third Wednesday of each month. Officers are: Mrs. Elmer Collins, president; Mrs. E. R. Vasey, vice- preddent; Mi~s Hilma Btuner, sec- retary-treasurer. After the short business meeting the members ad- Journed for a social hour and re- freshments. oung ~0 Ch/Idren,s Colds are best treated without ,~ At bedtime, rub on ( Of this 23,970 birds ltberated,~undersigned attorneys for plaintiff ~t ~i ~ 549 were reared at ~he ~i~ht ~ta*o {their office hereinbelow stated, afl~d "" . ._ " ~" .~" "~[in case of Your failure so to do~ gems mrms, 10~7 were purchases }judgment will be entered against you and planted, and 344 were received]~cording to the demands of the e, ..... ,ffi~a ......... [amended complaint which has been .................... ~flled with the clerk of s~id court. Well, if it gets to the point where[ The object of said action is to ,t,~,, ~.,, find anvbodv ,doe ~- x,~ lforeclose a mortgage for the sum of - "i " t w" n ..... [$2200.00, d ted June , 1920, m~e, i~ouis to t gn ny st ma~cn nlm ]executed end delivered by James G. a~afnst Poneve? [Clark and Eliza A. Clark, (both now "~ -- ~deceased), then husband and wife, /to The Federal Land Bank of Spo- " ................. [kene. which mortgage is recorded in ..~'--~"'~, ~ [the office of the Auditor of KJickitat ~o. ~. ~o~o ..... |County, in Book 44 of Mortgages, In the Superior Court of the IState o[ |,~,,~o ,~a~ Washington in and for the County|"%~m ~uth=r --~ .... " ~ M ~*,..- ,,. t ecure a sale of the property de- In the matter of the estate of Alice [scribed i sei- mor~ a and " | n ~1 tg ge here. Horning, Deceased. tarter described in satisfaction of the NOTICE is bare,by given that lsmounts due on said mortgage, to- Claude C. Snider has been aPpointe~l~ether with taxes ~nd insurance edministrat0r with the will annexed t~remlum paid by plaintiff ~md ab- el the estate of the above named de-~stracting charges. ceased and has qualified as such, and~ The further object of se.ld action all persons having a claim against ISs to foreclose and bar the rights of said decedent or her estate are re-lthe defendants and each of them and qulred to serve the same upon said~all persons claiming by, through or administrator at his office beiow~under them in and to the nronertv stated end file the same with th ldescribed in plaintiff's mortgage or clerk of the Superior Court forleny hart thereof Kltckitat county, Washington, to-t ~rhe real pro~rty de~rlbed in aether with proof of such service. I said mortgage and to be sold In within six months after the date of~ satisfaction of any decree entered the first publication of this notice,[ln this cause is aS follows, to-wit: to-wit, the 12th day of Decemner,[ Beginning at e point 28 rods 1935, or the same will be forever ~ south of the Southwest Corner ot barred:~... SNIDER Administrator ISection - Thirty, in Township Six ~wAl~he'will annexed ]North, Range Eleven, East of the ................... .~. |Wil]amette Meridian- thence North ~lCM~UL~L,~N & ~Nll)E~tt Attorneys 180 rods th,~nc,~ ~,~t ~'~3 ,,~ds theno~ at Law, 204 Metropolitan Bi g.,]South 80 rods thence West 123 Vancouver, Washington. /rods to th~ nl~c~ of h~l----tn~ h~t~t~ DeC 12-Jan 2-4t--[in and a i~ax~tof~Se'ct~io~s'Tt~i~rty~ -------~lThirty-one in Township Six North, SUM~bIONS BY PUBhICA~ION~Range Eleven, East of the Willametto . -----~_. ~ ~ [ Meridian, containing 61 ~ acres, more No. b4~tl f/or less all situated in Klicki~t In the Superior Court of the State o Z~untv '~tate of Washinsrton Washington in and for the C unty - A i ~HENRY R. NEVv'TO~. E RL G. of Klick tat. . [ I)ORI~ER, Attorney for Plaintiff. The Federal Land Bank of Spokane,| Postoffice Address: c-o The Fed- s corporation, Plaintiff, [ eral Land Bank of Spokane, Welch vs. ~ Building Spokane Washington. James G. Clark; Ford E. Wood e.nd] ' Dec i2-Jen 30-7t-- Anna Wood, husoand and wife;[ Joseph Gros.hong and bJery .~'I ADVERTISE~NT P,E~ATING TO Grosnong, nus~ana ana wife; !" ~,f~ ~LI~ Metta D. Sparks; Mallnda Gro-] ..... ~- shong; Frank Groshong; ~A B~TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Groshong; Hood Groshong; Grace] N~ICE is hers~y giventhat Elliott" Jennm Hixson; marY Ittcn- ies 3 ' ...... w .... ]Dwelling House Polic Non. 36 09 erason; ~ste BaLa~ I.n;-rne. un-lto 36325 inclusive, of the Franklin known Heirs of Mahnua ~rosnong, [National Insurance Company of NeW deceased; AIso all other perBons~York re~u~rin~ for their v~lldltv or perties unknown claimin~ anY~the c'ount~r-sign~ture of e duly a uthL right title, estate lien or nter-lorized en~ qc~-sed a~,ent hav~ been est in the real estate deacrioe~ ]lost Since these policies have not the emended complaint herein; ~been rec,-larl,, countersigned or Is- and Trout Lake National Forint sued, ~l~ich ~f~ct the ~nd~rsign~ bc~n .Association, a corporation, fiscal agent hereby publicly allies; t)ezenoants. I or eccounted for, or any premlums THE STATE OF' WASHINGTONi received therettnder by this C~- TO: Melinda Groshong; Hood Gro-lpany, they will be valueless end void shong; Elsie Baldwin; The Unknown~in the hands of whomsoever they Heirs of Maltnde Gr0shong, deeeas-Imay fall and any claim thereunuer ed~Also all o~her persons or perties~would b~ illegal ~tnd fraudulent. If unknown claiming any. right, title, t found they should be returned to estate, lien or interest in the real the Portland, Oregon, office of the estate described in the amended ~ Company at 1005 Wilcox Bldg., complaint herein, Defendants: t Portland, Oregon. No claim of any hereby sixty nsmr HAT I~..~PERATURE" PERFBCT You will appreciate the completeness sad besut~y o@ oar Suneral h~ Yon will find it ~ perfect 8ettin~ ~ a i'une~ ceremony. peaceful and conven/eat. Oomblned with our modern equi~t it makes ~ se~vlces un. ~ted. MF_J E W. CHAPMAN I~]~RAL D~lg ASK YOUR GROCER FOR Reliance and Cold Storage Co. t| /GOLI)--K_RUST