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Page Two THE GOLDENDALE SENTINEL--Goldendale, Washington Thursday, December 1.6, iiiim i Womans' Assoc. Meeting Thursday A Christmas program, tree and exchange of gifts, followed by re- freshments will be a feaLure of cast. C CIA ACTIVITIES I iNc. 12 Yuletide Goodnoe Hills iWishram Girl Scout TroopGolden Wedding ............ !To Hold Candy Day Celebrated IParty Sunday Sewing Circle Honors Husbands Eastern Star Plans Km_ergarten And Holly Sale Mr and Mrs. Ray Weld, Camas ; An exchange of gifts will be Holds Meeting W S RAM al) -- *e, n ~ A _! t"~|_ J r~ __JL 1 ~ residents, celebrated their Gold-in feature of the No. 12 Riding ~ bers of Wishram Lodge No. 9~ BOX ; upper ~na Lnrls[mas lwar~y I A wide variety of homemade en Wedding anniversary at their iClub Christmas party, to be held ........ ILadies Auxiliary to the Brothe . . "--w~ -- !"~ ,/ r~ t m candy will be offered at the an- name, 314 N.E. "N" Street, by !at their cmbhouse bunaay after- ~y mxss tatma veer ~hood of Railroad Trainmen, e ,_,___.._$:hrIRtma__l-'artv., rrlaav..,,__LICe" l J !nualt held Girlm. theSCUtGoldendaleCandy sale,sentlneltO, be frmndsentertaining" and arelatlveslarge, grOUPrecentiy., of lnoon:l..lhes . for members, and their fam-,. [ The~U~'J~ U~Sewing Circlenl~mett~pecmU--'at Mrs. 1 .~""~ I tertained i ,-,._;~, ..... .... Ftheira~''-.L~. husbandsc=.t..r-~^-J eve'.at ....................... l office Thursday, December 23 Mr. and Mrs Weld were marriedi Free candy and nuts will be g~v- Mae Doughty's home on Thurs- i'rag, ~ecemoer ~z. . .. ~vergreen ~nap~er r~o l, ur- Jmgm DOitS ann uouy ~J.a ~,~ ............. " in Goldendale in "8 .... ~ ............ - . .=. " .................... ' ,nony win a~so oe sam at t.ne ~ v~ ~w's. were ~en to cnuaren. ~veryone plan- day with only two members ab- A vame~y oz games was p~ay, der of the Eastern b~ar, wm nora r~mno~as wm oe tne meme zorI , .... bein the former ~VI'ar Whit~ nin to a old feshmned' box su er and the kindergarten" Chrtstmas" par ....... sam,wmcn w~ll start at 10:00 g y ..{ g ttend is reminded to sent in spite of inclement weath-}followed bYorefreshments andJ an - P~ .............. {a m ,They heed m Goldendale untfl~brmg a gift for exchange, or, Mrs. Becks was kept at home,exchange o~ gifts. A song Ie Christmas party at the lvlasonkc ty, wn)cn wn~ take pmce rr~aay, I "m= ..... 11903 in which year they moved Tern l,~ Wednesday, December zz, uecemoer 17. ~ne ,sam ~s uncter ~ne sponsor-i,.. ~,'^.=,....~ - - i ,,.,, , ,, on account of.bad roads and Mrs. iconeluded a delightful evening. t sh~p of G~rl Scout Troop No. 1 t Wesley was in Portland. i ' at 8.30 p.m. Candy cane favors and Chr~st-i~,,~ ~11 ...... d~ frc,m ~h~ ~1~1 Mr and Mrs Weld moved to,~hower Honors . , . Each lady ~s asked to bring a mas cookies mane Dy the cnu- ~":~ ~- ~'--7-'~ ............ Y"- C~mas in 1946 and has been en l ........ Mass Armel,ng had planned to R,llile n M mh rs . , ~wm go to neap carry on ~ne, . - Christmas wrapped box contam-~dren wtI! be served as .part of i,~,~,~,~ ,w ~h,~ "P ...... h~h ~ia ed in the contractin~ busine~s~tllrs. Lo~an Wl|NOn be pr~esent and to give a demon-I .................. stration on Tying Christmas[~~ffir ~e~ ~m irtg supper for two and a white the re[resnmenzs, uecorauons are ................ :"~ ........ ,g g -~'. : *-- " ' . ," ........ . ...... lunder the leadershm of Mrs Rus- lthroughout h~s adult hfe and ~s i ~ Packages" but was held back~ z.,~juy ~.~u~o a,~ elehpant gift wmcn can ne soil m me nonctay corers empnasLzea ....... ,- " 'still activel ........ , . , ,self wooc~wara ~. y engagea in ms worK. Mrs Laura " m the grab bag T, he pmce of the,by a Christmas tree, which the~ ., ~ ........ ! . . Ramey. entertained also on account of bad roads. - - ' " ' ora in " iylr. aria Ivlrs. frank ~owman a large group oi Irlenas at her article, which should not exceed[httle tots helped to dec te . If r " '~ twenty-five" cents, should be,!the p~t wee lners Art n c mer Goldendale residents., and ~ home. on West. Broadway Monday After a pleasant hour or two ! The annual Billiken ( .................. ,, xr...,;~-,E..~ wil1 tart a theShr e d tMr. and Mrs. Floyd Martin and evening w~th a stork shower, hon- of sewing, refreshments wereChristmas party and dinner wm~[en p~a]my on ~ne uu~uc u,~ ,,o.,,.~,.,~, .......... ~ " I " . served and a short discussion of held Tuesday evening at ...... , .... '~ ....... ~,. all close of the ,~arties on December t~ ___*_! t son, Warner, of White Salmon,,ormg Mrs. Logan W~lson. plans for the school Christmas home of Mrs. Martin Forry. the eevning wil go toward the seventeenth. Classes w~ll zesumet~eremomm ~ereamong the large number, o. I The honored guest received tree was held. Those present! Bridge was in play during ..... ~;.. ~,,,,,~ ~on Tuesday, January 4 , --------- ~nenas wno jomea in nonormg lmany gifts in Keeping with the oc- were: Mrs. Wilford Imrie, Mrs evening, following which n "'"~'" ""''" " " ~ ,..,__-,,-,,__------~. "- couple." on~mn, ' 1P,~ll~w,,~ ~ ,,, ,~,,o~," " Jess Imrm," Mrs. Garaghan, Mrs. '~bers exchanged ' -- All E ast~n .St~rs and,, t~he)rr ~. . . ~, l atSt~v~e~dal ~r'~I~O~ere~i~ i'no i ....... ! ~v~ening ref;~shm:n~s'~7e/e~s~Te~t g~fts. Bob Imrie, Mrs. Bryant, Miss I - - nwUS~esan~d a~n~o~s ?uests of! ~nnstmas t:my _ l~o~a~: rl?:rt~ttuhr:aaYifaThe E~wToKr2w~aasIErecHeiKvLeL ~InKGB~dIeEnDlby the hostess. Geer and the hostess. Additional Society Page, Stars or Masons are cordially in- ' .... ~" | l]t~| ~:h|lrch t,,~ ........... i dale this week of the marrmge of vi~ed [o attend. " .............. ~ ........ I Esta Marie Hall, daughter of Rev- Among those attending were erend ~t~d Mr ~ .I I-Inll ne J Walter Butts, Ralph Snyder, J'!Ca~hmer~ an"ct~'Fr'~k~'~.".~" Har~er,jiGmle~llsl-I~t,I_i%m. BDut';,of "Cashmere. in ~the" Cash'mere r s , . ar~ e y - Methodish church November 21, l er, of W~shram. Merle S ud.ley, with Rev. Hall officiating. The ~mnn ~ua~ey ann ~tem nunung- Halls are former Goldendale yes- ton, of Klickitat. Harold Ping- idents man, August Jaekel, Archie Rad- cliffe, Bert Wilkins, Jack Davis, HONORED KT SHOWER A Christmas play entitled "A the comber 19, at the Church of Nazarene by the Young People's S~iety. The scenes take place in the home of Mr. Richwon and theh" are 21 characters in the 'Bill Ownby, George Klein, Mart- th.~ ~r ...... ~oci~tion meetin~ ... ..... BICKLETON (Special) -- A = "'~"'~' "'~ ~ ~ r " r n The Sunday School prod am m o ry, 2%ugus~ manson a a: babv shower was ~iven Friday Thursday afternoon, Dee 16 at , -- ..~ , ,~ " will precede the Young People s John Brader, of Goldendale. Max after'noon at the Rov~Van Nostern "~'~" ~:'~" ,,++.~ ..... ~ .... ~.~ play and the service will start at Ladiges, Glenwood and Geo. Mr-home with Mrs Vern Looney as #ON 7 45 Credy, of B ckleton o r is urged : . ; ......... . guest f hono . Mrs. Van Nostern, i ~[[er me play tne xoung l-'eo .... ~'--" " " I" " i Mrs. Harold Naught, and Mrs. ple are going Chmstmas caro rag, 0D ~ ~i . . ,~ . ~ ~.~ , i Cecil Everett served refreshments I ~"lli~[ sea.t~ o,,n~, I ,t was announce~ Kambow ~lr|~ [of a delicious dessert and coffee. I "_ ".."2 XaMBO P,,,.,, I ..... : ..:.......^: ......... (Mrs. Looney received many Iove- m ......... t The Teen-age dance, scheduled i~ m ~xrra prims & ~eprm~m ~e ea. ~ - b h ld ~'ri'a venin ~ "-i -----'--- ' to e e ~ ~ a y e g oz ~n s Cook d fo d nd - [ Free mailing bags on r~t i week has been postponed The ire ei." o a many other( gtUl|lO~tU o . ) ms w u De chorea [or sam a~ ~UIFll~l[ll [ J U M B O F I L M CO. [ next dance for the gr up will be ~the Ma-son Furniture Co otore" [ Paye~.~, Idaho i held in the Goldendale Grange lin Gold~n.~ol.~ ~+,,,.~o,. ~.~ ~ ~r ~ ~ ~ tda L: : ............ _ I hall, Monday: December 2'?. (starting at"~l~0 a~.m.~'T'he s=a]e ~i's ur -- i .......................................... iiii under the sponsorship of the t~amnme~T ~.~----~--~ .~-- -- Rainbow Girls ..... ~[1 r~]~[ [, At 3:00 p.m. the holder of the ! ~ 0 ~ S ~[~~ ' . lucky ticket will be awarded a Adam Clarke a Methodist ~ t /~fl// (beautiful quilt All proceeds from ..... ~ ...... ._.?., ~='~ -__"/'~* ---- ~/ e " SCholar, wrote, I Iar~ner believe th sale will go rata the Rainbow - t"" ~ 'f n" that the use of such instruments # $~ I~r~ a a a A ~ against the will of God; that they $~ n m. ,-, / "" ) eDeKans !are subversive of the spirit of true t II I &~ "1"/_~ il'~ i ,[M, _ '1'1 lI J !a.. ~ za m de~otion, and that ,they are sin- ""' I I)~,~,, It.,- 17*k Although Apostle Paul was not "~~x.~)'" X ,. ........... ., , ~ta ~.~ aJ~;%., a ~Laa a Methodist but only a Christian, wnata @~na, memoraole unnsmms youu I --------- he thought so too! Romans 14"23 give her with your g~f~ of Intcrna~tlonal [ Goldendale's Rebekah and Odd ~ " " Sterling[ See it.. , choose the pattern Fellows lodges and their families .......... --, ...... ~ will "ather at the I O O F hall Tne cnurcn at ~nrLs~ wezcomes MIC II lOVe l~oGay! s ' " [Vrldav pwnin~ .t R:nn" ~,~ ~nr you to meetings on Sundays 10-12 I ihe~f'anKu~]"~/~r~:tmas" p~ri'{.'-- ~'~0" and 7:30 p.m.; Wednesdays at [ Members of both orders are : P. [asked to bring a 25 cent gift for nmmmm~n|| at" nm|~m~'~e rp~. , [exchange and place them under ~r~uM~r[ Ur bll~l~I ~. /the tree and also something for [the "shut-in' baskets. Ladies are Court aud Wilbur ~[A| ~ requested to bring cookies, which Goldendale, Washington !.. l will be served following the par- " ty. %"-, 26-PIECE Service for4 less than $100 ~ ~ An ideal starting service! Correctly serves four with: 8 tea- spoons, 4 luncheon forks, 4 luncheon knives, 4 salad forks, 4 butter spreaders, 1 table spoon, 1 sugar shell ... in handsome wood chest . . . $99.50. Many lovel}, patterns from which to choose. ON DISPLAY NOW! & Boxed Christmas Cards ................ 50c to $1.00 12 cards per box--Several Patterns Packaged Christmas Cards .................... 29c 12 Cards--Same Pattern Christmas Wrappings ............... 10c to 25c pkg. Ribbons, Seals and Inclosure Cards All of l~ese Ltems are attractive designs and are made bF "~HALLMABK" Evening in Paris Gift Sets .......... $2 to $9 plus tax Weekend Cases ............... $3.95 to $7.50 plus tax KODAKS---Made by Eastman 8 MM MOVIE .............................. $71.75 No. 620 TOURIST ................. $28.86 to $42.14 BROWNIE CAMERAS ............... $6.33 to $7.48 ALSO---Compacts, Perfumes, Stationery, Boxed Candy, Billfolds and Many~(~her Items Old Spice Gift Sets and Individual Items. $1.00 to $6.00 Poker Chip Racks ........................... $9.50 PIPES ............................. $1.00 to $5.00 Ronson Cigarette Lighters ............ $5.50 to $8.50 BILLFOLDS .. ..................... $1.00 to $10.00 Many Other Items That a Man Will Enjoy NOW ON DISPLAY AT "~,m, U. $. I~ O#f. NEW PAIR Our former price was very low for 51 gauge, 15 and 20 denier, full-fashioned hose. And now It's STILL LOWERI Trust Penney's tO put Gaymode luxury ~ylons withi~ reach of every woman in the country, Now you can all enjoy the beauty, comfort and perfect fit of GAY" MODES. If you've never tried GAYMODES, ch~ to them now! Find out for yourself why millions style-wise and hudget-smart women will wear no others] FREE SUCKERS Bring the Kiddies to Penney's Sat- urday, December 18, for that free Sucker. ~" All these GAYMODES eome in mini nylon welt and foot~ in three of our newest shades, Come in and see themt III I Illll Ill Illllllll III I I I I