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Page Ten School Notes Lower Grades Roy and Ed Crane entered school from Prineville. Ed is in the fifth Grade and Ray is in the third grade. Many children have been absent from school with bad colds. Upper Grades We are glad to have Mary L,ou Cody back at school after being ab- sent a week with the flu. Ormand Dean, Guy Cooke and Don Read have been absent, but are all back at school now. We were sorry to have Mack Thea- bolt, seventh grader, moye back to his home in Dierk, Arkansas. On November 29, the Upper Grade basket ball team played the White "Salmon team in our gym. Our team Martha Ann Dyals was born June '14, 1874 eLt Melrose, Florida, and THE GOLDENDALE SENTINEL--Goldendale, Washington ,passed away at the home of her daughter, Mrs. L. E. Layman, at the ,age of 66, 5 months and 24 days. She was married to John Royal Robinson, October 2, 1892, at Dade ' T while he," mother is away. drew Dance Scheduled The ulaper grade pupils names Friday for exchanging Christ-i Blockhouse mas gifts. We have started to practice for the ti --'------ Christmas program to be held Thurs-I The third in a series of Saturday The State Tax Commission files day night, December 19. I night dances sponsored by the Gold- warrants which show that it has __.___ endale Lions club will be held at the lj~zdgments against the following OBPIVUABy Blockhouse pavilion Saturday, Dec, parties: L. W. Wood, of White SaN 14. All profits from the dances go in- mon in the sum of $3.51 and against to a fund to be used by the Lions club ' W. W. Kauffman of Husum, in the for the continuance of the swimming sum of $6.37. i lu the matter of t'he estate of City, Florida. They came to Golden- i dale, Washington in April 1900. They 'have made their home at l~'irwood since. To this union was born eleven children, ten of whom survive. Grace won by a score of 10 to 6. On Dec. I Agnes died at the age of four. Sur- 6 they played a return game at White I vivors include her husband, John R. Sahnon and again won with a score lRobinson; and ten children, Frank of 19-11. We are proud of you, !Albert, e.nd Carver and Nellie Stack- trays, i house, all of Klickitat; Lillian Lay- The sevenih grade girls are mak-Ilman, Sam and Dan, of Goldendale; ng Christmas gifts in Home Econo-i Edward Robinson, Seattle, Wash; Evelyn Shook, Oakland, Ore. and mics period, and the eighth gradei girls will, too, when they finish their I Winnie Sellers, of Bingen, Washing- program carried on last summer. G~ldendale's American Legion post is cooperating with the Lions club in the sponsorship of the dance this Saturday it was announced. Lions in charge of the d(~.nces re- port that they have received many i compliments from dance goers on the imusic, which is furnished by Jim !~Hali and his five piece band. ~0THER PASSES Mrs. Bess Niva thi,~ week received word of the death of her mother, Mrs. J. M. Kiely, in Topeka, Kansas. ~Mrs. Kiely was vi~.iting at the home of her sister in Topeka when she died Monday. Funeral rites will be held in Topeka Thursday. Mrs. Niva and Mrs% Lee Baker. of Portland, are the only survivors. ILL WITH PLU C'harles Glover is seriously ill with influenza this week. A number of other cases of influenza have been reported in this community but the situation is not nearly so serious here as other part~, of the state. ell it through the Want Ads. .garments. The Eighth grade girls ton. Eighteen grand children and have been making undergarments or four great grandchildren also sur- nightwear, rive, besides a host of friends. The 4-H cluh meeting Wednesday, She has spent her entire life with t her home and family and was a devot- December 11, will be a Christmasi party. Names were drawn at the 'ed wife and mother, and will be last meeting and gifts will be ex-lmissed by many. changed. All gi~ts must be some-,, thing made by the members. I It is not too late to get your Jeanette Shebley is slaying with lChristmas cards printed ai The her grandmother, Mrs. Quinton, i Sentinel office. Order now. tf Dorothy Duncan AIRWAY COFFEE 3-lb bog 35C LIFEBUOY SOAP 3ha. 17c WHITE KING TOILET SOAP3 .. 14c OXYDOL GRAN, SOAP 24-o box 18c P & 6 SOAP, REG, SIZE 5bar, 14C $U-PURB GRAN, SOAP24 pkq 15C 0 UNTOUCHED FROM OUR KITCHEN TO YOU MINCE MEAT, ENGLISH MAID 2-1b ., *I IS 75 55,. Box FANCY RICE, RIVER BRAND IOc ctn Tacked ln Clean, Has@ Cellophane Bags Chocolate [Broken or ] JELLYI Monster I OILANGE I TOMATO SAUCE so.o,.. 3 o -I0c Brops I Satin Mix I BEANS Gum Or@s[ SLICES [ PINEAPPLE JUICE i 9C llb ll.ib i,,bl ILb CL^BB R GmL 2 : ;25c 2 '25c 2 .,.25c L. lOc lOc BAKING POWDER 2,b ..o2Oc O.LTINE, CHDC. OR PLAIN NOB HILL ib .Ib ., 2boo 33' EDWARDS Lb ~-lt) Farm Fresh 'RODUCE Friday and Saturday Only FRESH Florida TANGERINES, bx. 79c "-Drinh ~4or* FRUIT JUICES Tows Hosc~e 46-oz. can Grape it Juice, or Suu~y D~xt, s " Tomato Juice HEINZ KETCHUP 14-oz bottle |5C SUN MAID RAISIkS NECTARS lS os pkg WESSON OIL, QUART CAN 39c PORK & BEANS 2 17 o C~mD's cans ROYAL SATIN SHORTENING 39 Prices are for Dec. 13 to Dec 16 Friday to Monday inclusive GRAIN FED STEER BEEF SALE Sirloin and Rib Steaks Very Juicy Pound 250 Swiss Steak, Ib .... 290 Beef Roasts, Ib .... 17c Pork Liver 7 Pure Lard Pork Hocks, lb. _ Bacon, lb. 19c Morrells Eastern Sliced Bacon, Ib ..... 25c Swift's Fillet of Sole, Ib .... 23c Fresh Oysters, pt. 17c Willapaw Medium Leg of Mutton, lb. __ 1 lc VEAL STEAK. GRAPES, 2 lbs .......... Emperor, fancy quality SWEET POTATOES, 6 lbs. 23e U. S. No. 1 Quality ONIONS, large No. 1, 10 lb. mesh bag .......... CARRO S, bulk, clean stock, 4 tbs ............. GRAPEFRUIT, Texas Pink, 80 size, 5 for ....... 23@ Castle Crest ~! Choice ~ KITCHEN CRAFT "~ 40 lb. sack Fancy Home Type IcANCHO ~)UPS, 10~ oz. cans, 4 for ............... 2,$c MAZOLA OIL, quart can ........................... 43c SUNBRITE CLEANSE]R, regular can ................... 4e EMEItALD BAY SPINACqH[, No. 2~ can .............. lie HIGHWAY SAUERKRAUT, No. 2] cans, ~ for ". ........ 25c C & M MAItASCHINO CHERRIES, 5 oz. Jar ...... - .... 10c B()]~)O DATES, 1~ lb. pkg .......................... 25c ZANTE CUItltANTS, 11 oz. pkg ....................... |~ADIANT I~RUIT MIX, I lb. pkg .................... 81e BEVEI{LY PEANUT BUT~W,R, 2 lb. Jar ............. 25c I)UCHE,~,4 SALAD DRESSING, quart Jar .............. KRAI~q~ MIRACLE WHIP, quart Jar ................. 27e WALNUTS, large No. 1, 1 lb. pkg ................... H(~RMEL'S SPAM, 12 oz. cans, 2 for .................. 49e Ebony Medium RIP]E OLIVES, No. 1 cans, 2 for ....... O S ALUMINUM CqbEANSER, 8 pad package ......... 20|e SANKA (X)FFEE, 1 lb. can ........ , ................. ~c JEI[A~ WELL, 3 packages for ........................ 18c Court News Given ]Vesper Service For Week's Period Planned Sunday The combined choir,~ of the Bal)- tist and Methodist churches will pre- sent a Christmas carol vest)et" serv- Fred R. Charman, deceased, the sur- viving spouse has filed her petition asking the court to set aside to her all of the property of the estate in lieu of homestead and exemptions. Order is entered which appointed A. J. Ahola as guardian of the estate of Margaret Abola, an incompetent person, and fixing his bond in the sum c f $1000.00. Order is entered which appoints Norman Glasco as administrator of the estate of Leroy Glance, deceas- ed, and fixing his bond in the sum of $3000.00. Petition is filed which asks the i court to admit the will of Edgar M. Lazarus, deceased, to probate, and !to appoint Z. O. B rook~ as adminis- trator with will annexed. The estate consists of community property in Klickitat county of the estimated value of $1000.00. Archie DeLay and John Olsen !come into court to show cause why i the ~uspended judgment and sent- ,ence in each case should not be re- voked and each defendant commit- ~ted to the county jail until the sent- ence shall have been discharged. After hearing each defendant the conrt orders that each shall pay the sum of $5.00 on or before the 20th of each month until the ~entences shall have been satisfied. In the case of F. M. Cox vs. D. C. Yarnell and Burrows Motor Co., it is adjudged and decreed t'hat the plaintiff have judgment against the Burrow~ Motor Co. in the sum of $150.00. together ~vith interest and c0sts. The administrator of the estates of Dwight J. Nugent and Edla L. Nugent. both deceased, files hi~ re- port of sale which shows that he sold Lot 7, Block 4, Gaunt's Second Addition to Centerville, to Minnie Anderson for the sum of $250.09; The South half of Lot 10, Block 2, U. S. Centerville, to Laura Jus~ila for the sum of $10.00, and a con- tract with Klickitat county for the purchase of Lots 1 and 2 in Block 1, Gaunt's First Addition to Center- ville, to Frank Witikka for the s.um ef $5.00. The administrator of the estate of W. L. Markle, deceased, has filed his report of sale which shows that sold Lots 211 and 212 o,f Fruit i Home Colony in Sec. 2, Twp. 3 N. i R. 10, to Ulrich Zuberbuhler for t,he i sum of $125.00, subject to t~he real lestate nmrtgage and taxes against same. The Secretary of State files two certificates, one of which s.hows that Hans C. Olsen who was committed to the State Penitent!sty in Novem- ber 1935, has been discharged from thaC institution, and the second one ,~hows that John Wagner, who was committed to. the State Reformatory in December 1938. has ~>een dis- charged. In the matter of the estate of Henry C. Richardson, deceased, cita- tion is issued to the executor thereof to appear in court on Dec. 17, and then and there s.how cause why he should not be removed as such exec- utor and .his letters testamentary revoked, and he be relieved from further duties as such executor. In the case of The Federal Land Bank vs. William Lehman, et aI, it is ordered, adjudged and decreed that there is owing to the plaintiff the sum of $4984.45, together with in- terest, attorneys' fees and costs; that the mortgage described in the complaint be foreclosed and that the sheriff sell the real property de- scribed therein, to satisfy the judg- ment. The defendants are foreclosed and barred from claiming any right in and to the eaid property. NOTICE OF SALE OF I:tEAI~ PI-tOPERT~ No. P. 2134 In the Superior Court of the State of Washington for Klicki,tat County. In the matter of the joint estates of Dwight J. Nugent and Edla L. Nugent, both deceased. NOTICE IS ~EIREBY GIVEN that in pursuance of an order in the above nanled Cou~t in the above entitled matter, the undersigned will on Sat- urday, the 4t~h day of January, 1941, at the hour of ten o'clock ~ m. at the front door of the County C~urt- house of Klickl~tat County, Washing- ton, in Goldendale, sell at public auc- tion for cash the hereinafter de- scribed real property belong.ing to the joint estates of the above named] decedents, subject to c.onfirma~tion of] ~he above named Court, towit: The West IZ~lf of the Southwest QuarCer of Section 32, Township 4 North, Range 15 East of ,the Wil- lamette Meridian, Klickltat County, Washington. Dated this 5th day of December, 1940. 1 A I~ EP~T JU~SII~A, Administrator. I McEWE~ & BROOKS, Attorneys for/ Estate, Goldendale Washington. Dec 12-26-3t--- ice at the Methodi,:t church Sunday evening, I)ec. 15. The service will begin at 5:45 p. m. Members of the congregations of the two churches and Ill() general public are cordially invited ~() at- tend lhe service. ON MAIN STREET .... John Talhnan walking on the sunny side of the street. Doe Harvey playing pool on a toy table. Harry Pahncr anticipating a ch,a.nge. George Ross giving To~n McGourin a hint. D. E. VandeVan- tcr planning a lodge party. Dr. J. W. Lande on his way to. a meet- ing. John Baily inspecting a show window. Kenneth Beebe on top of a ladder. Ed Barnard still getting fan mail. Pleasant Valley for the Grangers Hosts L st uA(i enltlie I. C hri;RaOYGAi:t Pr table !Typewriter. See them at The Sen- Grangers from all parts of Klick-!tinel office. May be purchased on itat county this week were invited to' mall monthly payments, tf attend a Grange gathering to be held at the Plea~a.nt Valley hall Saturday, Dec. 14. The meeting will begin at~ 8:00 p. m., Gerald Fenton, Pleasant! Valley master announced. Ira Shea. state Grange lecturer: will be the speaker of the evening Following the meeting refreshments will be served. Didies from the visil- ing Granges are re(Incited Io l)riug sandwiches____._. ~ / LEGION ]KEETIN'S Former sailors and marines now members of Goldendale's Louis Leidl post of the American Legion will pre,-~ent the program at the organi- zation's regular meeting scheduled heer Monday night. The meeting will begin at S:00 p. m., J. S. Hoag- land, conllnander aunounced. PRECIION. REBiUILT The Goldendale Sentinel Thursday, December 12, 1940 PRINTED WITH YOUR NAME YOUR CHOICE OF 10 SMART DESIGNS GOLDENDALE SENTINEL Are YOU .... Ready For Christmas? and here is our list of Christmas food bargains to prove it. Phone 1152 for Free Delivery Boston Butts, lb ...... 16c Sugar Cured 5 lb. box Good Cheer Chocolates 89c 5 lb. box Happy Day Chocolates __$1 Miniature Chocolates, 2 lb. bOx_59c Chocolate Cherries, lib. box __23c Pop Corn, best grade, 3 Ibs= _ __20c Plain Mix Xmas Candy, 2 Ibs. __ 19c Brazil Nuts, 3 Ibs ............ 32c Fruit Cake Mix, 2 Ibs .......... 55c Dundee Tomatoes, 2 /2 size ___ 10c Pork Chops, lb. ...... 17c Link Sausage, lb ..... 18c Fresh and Delicious S&W COI FEE Drip or reg. Lb ....... 2 lbs .... S&W Baked B]~AN~ Liver, lb ............ 10c Beef Hearts or Tongue, lb ...... Peas, 3 for ____25c Lindy Corn, 3 for ..... 25c Kreem Kernel 2 for iS&w Brown Bread Tomato Soup .... 8c Campbells 23c APPLES and APPLES GET OUR PRICES FREE DELIVERY PHONE 1152 SERVICE GOLDENDALE THE BEST IN GROCERIES AND FINEST QUALITY INSPECTED MEATS Whole or Half .................. an Finest Pacific in glass jars Whole or Half ............ , Steer Beef, lb. FRUITS and VEGETABLES GRAPEFRUIT, Large Arizona, 6 for.. 15@ ORANGES, Large Size, dozen ........ 20@ APPLES, Winter Banana, Winesap bx. 75@ POTATOES, Eliensburg No. 2, 50 lbs. 45@ "Home of Klickitat VaHey's Finest Inspected Meats"