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December 12, 1940

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Page Two SOCIAL ACTIVITIES Mucrada Gives Christmas To Primary Improvement Club Mucrada club members initiated the holiday season at their Decem- ber meeting Thursday at the Wom- an's ch~bhouse, and i~] the spirit of the day Mrs Vernon Ol~en turned over to Mrs. A T. Byars a check for $87.55, the club's Christmas present to the Primary Improvement club. The check represents the en- tire proceeds of a benefit dance at Centerville sponsored by Mucrada. Mrs. Olsen was chairman for the affair. Mrs. Byar~% president of th~ Primary group, expressed the appre- ciation of the)so who sponsor he' lunches at the primary school Also a guest at the meeting was Mns. Ruth Ledbetter, principal of the primary school. Evergreeens, bright Christmas ornaments and red candles were used to decorate the clubrooms, and Gowns... Slips... Pajamas... Mojud Stockings... Robes... Handkerchiefs... Costume Jewelry... THE GOLDENDAI,E SENTINEL---GoldendMe, Washington W00LGROWERS AUXILIARY AIDS IN CONVENTI017 WORK The ladies of the Wo-Agrowers Auxiliary held their regular meet- on the piano wa~ an effective ar- rangement of greens in a silver bowl a~nd silver-paper stare. Mrs F. F. Fenton presided over the busi- nes~ meeting, and Mrs. John Millam, wh.o headed the committee for the recent club raffle, reported that the group cleared about twenty dollars. Packages in a variety of attrac- tive wrappings were exhibited by Mrs. Clifford Pike, ~'hose contribu- tion to the program was a talk on home. Mrs. Loxna Perkins, county homo demonstration agent, was a geust at the meeting and assisted Mrs. Millam in her talk. A wreath of greens tied with red ribbons centered the tea table, and guests were served wit:h individual cakes decorated with tiny red candles and bunches of ribbon-tied greens. Pouring were Mrs, Howard Lewis and Mrs. Led:better. Mrs. Rus- sell Woodward wa~ hostess for the aftern.oon, assisted by Mrs. Pike, t Mrs. Fred Taylor, ~nd Mrs. GilbertI B,rokaw. t FORMER BICKLETON RESIDF T MARRIES :Jiss Lois Adele Hart, of Seattle, h~came the bride of Thomas E. Nel- son, son of Mrs. A. B Nelson, of Bickleton, last Saturday in a cere- mony performed at the University Unitarian church in Seattle The service was read by The Roy. Alex- ander Winston. Only mem~bers of the two fam- ilies and intimate friends ~ere pres- ent for the ceremony. T~he bride wore a burntsugar silk jersey after- noon dress with brown turban and accessories and green orchids. Miss Jean Aherns and Elmer R. Nelson, br.~ther of the bridegroom, were the only attendants. The bride is the daughter of Mr. ing and Christmas party Thursday, December 5, at the Parish hall. A business meeting was held and the ladies spent sometime tying tiny wool botts, to be used as favors for a luncheon at the national conven- tion to be held in Spokane in Janu- ary. For the potluck luncheon given at noon the committee :had decorat- ed the tables with Christmas candles and greens. There ~'as a tree and gifts were exchanged. Those serving on the committee were Mrs. Russell Gay, Mrs. E. E. Montgomery, Mrs. Harry Mesecher, Mrs M. Densley, Mrs. Chester Brack last Friday evening. Honors for the evening went to Mrs. Gil'bert Bro- kaw and Mrs. Adrian Fuhrman. CHRISTMAS VACATI01 GOLDENDALE GRANGE Goldendale Grange number 49 will meet in regular session here Saturday, Dec. 14 at 10:30 a. m. Officers will be in, tailed for the coming year. J0B IS OPEN Applications are now being re- ceived by t'he U S.oCivil Service commission for the job of power sewing machine operator. Applica- tion.s must be on file with the re- corder, l~bor relations board, Puget Sound Navy Yard in Bremerton, ~Vas'h., not later than Dec. gG. DAIRY STOCK SALE The first annual sale of the Kit- titas county ~breeders of purebred dairy bulls wil lbe held in Ellens-I burg at the Kittitas fairgrounds! Saturday, Dec. 14. The ~ale will begin at 1:30 p. m., Lyle Ternahan. Klickitat connty agriculturist an nounced. Jerseys, Ayrshires, Hol- Thursday, December 12, 1940 Eagles Schedule, L ...71 FrankRUth Huber,Rolbinson.Of \Vi,~hram, WaSwanini L, G. Talcott, ~,Vahkiacus mill [, )-Mrs Sue Morehead county school Go ldendale on business \V(~(luesday. operator was in Goldendale on bust- superintendent, returned last T:hurs- Christmas Party' Kliekiiat, Monday l d,,y from Ellens,burg where ~he at- in Goldendale on business last Sat- Clarence Kuhnhausen, of Glen- tenaeu" .......... a meeting o[ t:en~ral wa~n- Members of the Goldendale Eagles will hold their annual Christmas party and dance at the F.O.E. hall Tuesday evening, Dec. 17. Each per- son attending the party is asked to bring a 25c gift to exchange at the Christmas tree. The party will begin at 8:00 p. m. No further meetings of the Gold- endale Eagles lodge ~vill be held until January 7, it was announced. The Christmas holiday was arrang- ed to avoid confli.cts with other events scheduled during the period. CKRISTMAS DECORATIONS urday. I wood, wa~ in Goldendale on bust- Harry Percy, show man from hess Saturday. Vhite Sahnon, ~vas in towl~ on buM- Mr. and Mrs. Charles Show spent ness last Wednesday. one day the pa~t week visiting iMr. and Mrs. A. B. Fox are the ifriends in Grandview, parents of a son born Su day at the Chris Jonson, of Bickleton, was McKune nursing home. in Goldendale on businesss one day Mrs. Jc~hn t~o, ctor underwent a i last weeek. major operation at St. Elizabeth's! Miss Loi,s Jaekel is working part hospital iu Yakima last week. ~,time in the county auditor's office parents. Miss Bradford is the nurse in the office of Drs. Gerald Turley and Thomas Meade. Streamers of fir boughs and color- ed lights ~vere installed across ther Goldendale Lions club members Main street intersections at Colum- and their ~'ives who drove to Wa- bus and Grant this week by the,pat last Monday evening to attend Pacific!al club banquet included: Dr. and American Legion and the Mrs. Thomas E. Meade, Mr. and Power & Light company. JJ~ ASSOCIATION PLANS CHRISTMAS PROGRAM The annual Christmas party of the Goldendale Woman's association will be held at t~be clu~bhouse in con- junction with the regular December business meeting Thursday after- noon, Dec. 19. Mrs. J. R. Rickers will have charge of the Christmas program. Each member is asked to bring a gift, appropriately wrapped and marked on the outside ms to t.he age and sex of the person who would most likely enjoy the gift. The committee in charge of the Christmas work will see that t'hese gifts are suitably placed. Mrs. R. D. Sunderland is chair- man o.f the hostess committee for the day. W. S. C. S. ENTERTAINS On Wednesday Dec. 17 the Worn- an's Society of Christian Service will have their regular social meet- ling. The November serving commit- tee will have charge of the party-- Mrd Freeman Grow, chairman of Christmas party. Exchange of ten cent gifts will be a part of t'he pro- grain. The serving committee for this month is Mrs. C. R. House, chairman. Bessie Hornibrook, Emma Kelleher, Helen Karge, Flora Le- fever, and Mrs. T. R. Rutledge. Mrs. Archie Radcliffe, Mr. and Mrs. George Taylor, A. T. Byars, Edgar Ion business Wednesday. George Morris and son George Morri,% jr., and daughter, Mrs. Mil- dred Riley. all of White Salmon, were in Goldendale Thursday. Roy Savage, of Bickleton, fore- alan ~n the Three Creeks road pro- ject, was In Goldendale oil business last week. Mb~nie Kleckner filed suit for di- H. Canfield, Jim Hall, Mr. anti Mrs. vorce aganst John Klockner in su- Leonard Erickson, Mr. and Mrs. R. perior court. In the complaint she K. Nickerson, Mr. and Mrs. llcmer'('harged non-support. Gimlin, Radio FimmeI, Dr. M R. i C. E. Crooks was confined to his Davies, and Harold Farieilo. ihome for the past week by a severe Mrs. G. M. Eddie returned the lease of influenza. His condition was fins.t of tlle week from Snake River. reported a,s much improved today. Wash., where she visited ht,r dough-'~ Elizabeth Dierckx filed suit fo,r ter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Nae divorce from Peter Dierckx in su- Turner for some time. Mr. and Mrs. !porter court this ~veek. In the corn- Turner made the trip to Goldendale!ptaint she charged cruelty, They are with Mrs. Eddie. 'from' Trout Lake. ington educational workers Goldendale's Safeway store placed second in a district coffee selling contest held from Oct. 7 to Nov. 2, Freeman Grow, manager announced. The store force received a $15 prize for their work. The Hood River store, managed by Paul Sanstrum, was fourth ir~ the contest. Mr and Mrs. J. B. Robinson, of Klickito.t, were in Goldendale last Thursda~ en route to Spokane where they plan t~o make their home for the winter. WE ARE TRAINED TO STYLE YOUR HAIR as best becomes your features. Whether your face is oval, round, traingular, or square-- we can flatter your features with hair beauty. Phone 1413 Shipp's Barber and Shop FEATURES FOR FRIDAY, SATURDAY, MONDAY It isn't tmusual to see two, and even three, generations of a family shopping in our modern market because smart women of any age know where the better bargains are. They serve themselves, enjoying the convenience of quick, pleasant shopping, and because they serve themselves, they obtain extra savings on all their food needs and household necessities. Why not join them this week and take your pick of our big bargains. Linen Guest Towels.. Hoods and Mittens.. O- ANTONETTE SHOP Goldendale - Washington i and Mrs. H~trrison J. Hart of Seat- tle. Mr. Nelson i~ a graduate of the ........ i steins and Guernsew~ will be so~ld. Bickleton s~noom ann trio umver- I sity of Washington where he was a member of Alpha Tan Omega fro- . . . .~.z~ z~a_~,~ .... " "n thet A uetecnve water nearer H~ tne ternity He is now empmyeu z - .... 1 ~Dasement of the William Farrens State Department of t'u~nc ~erv cef ..... ......... i ~nome m ~worth Goldenda~e Monday in u~ympia Alter a weaning [r p t " " e to ' morning caught fireand caused to Canada they will be at nom friends at 1323 Jefferson street in minor damages The Goldendale fire department wa~ called out to ex- Olympia. WITH YOUR NAME q If you plan on sending Christmas cards, don't wait until the last few days. These cards come direct from factory to us, which requires a few days for deliver .... so place your or- ders early. We also have other lines, ranging in price from $1.00 for 25 cards and up. Our line is complete. If It's Xmas Cards.... See The Sentinel tinguish Vhe blaze. The fire occurred in the basement and the house was not damaged in any way. RAINBOW OFFICER TO VISIT Dorothy Hill, grand worthy ad- visor of t~he state of Washington, will visit the Goldendale Rainbow Assembly, Thursday evening, Dec- ember 13. All Masons and Eastern Stars are cordially invited to come to the meeting which will start at 7:30. The banquet Will be ~erved at Mac's Cafe at 6 o'clock. PRIMARY COUNCIL HOLDS ZCEETING IN GOLDENDALE Last Saturday the Primary Coun- cil, an organization of primary teachers of Klickitat county, met in Go}dendale with Miss Pearl Shep- ard, president of t'he group, as host- e~s. Me~bers of the Coflncil and sev- eral guests mot at the Shepard home ut noon for a potluck luneheon. The profusion of gay Christmas decora- tions added much to the enjoyment of the occasion. The table decora- ;tions were as beautiful as they were unusual A large centerpiece con- sisting o.f a frosty winter scene was set off by tiny spruce branches among Which nestled brightly col- ored glass trinkets. In keeping with the theme of the meeting (pup- petry) favors were miniature pup- pets fashioned from peanuts, amd representing story book characters. After a very brief business meet- ing, mere,bore and guests, adjourned to the primary school for the pro- gram. The first speaker was Dr. Gerald Turley, who explained to the visiting teachers a plan ~hereby the school children desiring it, might be given a physical examination for a very reasonable fee. Following his talk, Lowell Smtt'h showed a film on puppetry, "Jerry Pulls the Strings." This served as an introduction to the topic discussed by the guest speaker, Miss Lilliam Bloomer, fac- ulty member of Central Washing- ton State Teachers' College at E1- lensburg. In her talk, Miss Bloomer stressed the educational value of puppetry rather than mere enter- tainment. For the final part of the program, she demonstrated how to make puppets. All who heard her felt they had gained much valuable information concerning puppetry and its use. Read and Use the Want Ads. tf B.P.W. CHRISTMAS PARTY Mrs. Lorna Perkins was hostess to membe~ of the Goldendale Busi- ness and Professional ~Vomen's club for a gay and ~ifferent Christmas party Monday evening, Dec 9. Un- usual games were played during the evening, with prizes going to Miss Frankie Johnston, Miss Elizabeth Bratton and Mrs. Fred Lear. After the exchange of gifts, co'flee and cake were served by t~he hostess. Favors were sugar-cookie faces and corsages o.f evergreen and cones. Marriage Jesse L. Christian, Glenoma, Wash., and Susie Burkell, Trout Lake, at Goldendale, Dec. 6 Three day law ~'atved .by court order. Frank P. Dunn, 35, and Kathryn Mason, 27, both of Parkdale. Ore., at Goldendale, Dee. 11. Lawrence E. Allison, 24, of Gold- endale, and Eleanor Cunnlngl~a~, 18, of Vishram, at Goldendale, Dec 12. OHRISTMAS HOLIDAY SPECIAL One lb. Baking Powder or one lb. Cocoa for only 10c with your pur- chase of Imitation or l~tre Vanil- la. Be sure and see Christmas Gift Boxes. ROY W. LUNDBERG "A Good Place To Feat" Banquet Room Available Another Good Time For You At The Lions December 14 Music By Jim Hall and His 5-piece Orchestra Proceeds For Benefit Lions Club Swimming Project OOOq Christmas CHOCOLATES, 5 lb. box.. 89 Petite Xmas CHOCOLATES, 5 lb. bx $1.19 Chocolate THIN MINTS, 1 lb. box ...23 Ludens CHOCOLATE DROPS, 2 lbs. 25 Economy CREAMS, Assorted, 2 lbs. Fancy Satin Mix CANDY, 2 lbs ..... I Fresh Roasted PEANUTS, 2 lbs ..... IXL ALMONDS, 1 lb ............. BRAZILS, fresh stk, lge., 2 lbs ...... 29 FILBERTS, 1 lb. ............... ..... WALNUTS, jumbo Frmaquettes, lb. 25 WALNUTS, unbleached, 2 lbs ...... 29 Mixed NUTS, fcY. (no peanuts)2 lbs. 39d II Dependable FLOUR, 24 Vz lb. bag ..... 69 Dependable FLOUR, 49 lb. bag ....... $1.29 Sun Gold FLOUR, 49 lb. bag ......... $1.09 Apollo FLOUR, 49 lb. bag ........... 98( West Best COFFEE, pound .......... Big Value COFFEE, pound ........... Fairway COFFEE, 2 pounds ......... Reliance COFFEE, 1 lb. tin 25 ; 2 lbs. Sanka COFFEE, 1 lb. tin ............ 31@ Citron, Lemon, Orange PEEL, lb ...... POP CORN, Jap Hulles, 3 lbs ........ 19@ New West APPLE JUICE, 46 oz. tin... 19 ReL CRANBERRY SAUCE, 2 cans .... 29@ Pineapple TID BITS, 9 oz., 4 cans ..... 25@ SPRY SHORTENING, 3 lbs. 49c; 6 Ibs. 97e SUPER SUDS, con, giant pkg ........ CRYSTAL WHITE SOAP, 3 gt. bars .. PALMOLIVE TOILET SOAP, bar ..... 5@ JELL WELL, Ass'td Flavors, 3 pkgs... 10@ SHRIMP, giant wet pk. Sea Shore, 2 for 25@ PITTED DATES, 2 pounds 1MPORTED DATES, 2 pounds ....... 25@ Weston COOKIES, lge. Assortment, lb. 19@ Gold Bar PUMPKIN, 2 cans .......... Kelloggs CORN FLAKES, 3 pkgs ...... P. A., Velvet or Model, lb. tin. 79c Gee. Wash., Granger, lb. tin .. 69c Fancy Christmas Gift Wrapped Short Ribs, lb ......... 12Vzc Kraut, quart ........... 10c Picnics, lb .............. 16c Lard, 4 lbs. ............. 29c Lean Side Bacon, lb ..... 18c Bacon Squares, lb. ....... 9c ORANGES, 4 doz. ...... 49c Heavy with juice. 288 size GRAPEFRUIT, dozen . .29c 80 size POTATOES, 50 lb. bag., 45c Yakima Netted Gems, No. 2's APPLES box 69c Yellow Newtown's