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SUBJECT TO LICENSE AGREEMENT. REPRODUCTION, DISSEMINATION, STORAGE, DISTRIBUTION PROHIBITED. Thursday, December 16, 1948 rilE GOLDENDALE SENTllCEL--Goldendale, Washington Page Five * The Glenwood school wasi SOCIAL e Glenwood" News closed Thursday and Friday du'e ire the heavy snowfall. ACTIVITIES Austin R. Crowe t Pete Martzall is home from l '.California, where he has been l Mrs. Jack Grub 1s t.be proud:working ~ (Continued from page 5) mother of a brand new baby girl, ] M,- ~nrt Mr~ Clnranca B'~hcnck I --- ----- born Thursday the 9th of Dece -I ....... ~+ ,~,~ hn~.~ *o Mr and g'~ ..... ~-~.'~ ber at the White Salmon hospital. !l~irs~ i~orace'~V~l(~,~r~ and'Mrs ~d.lll~~ ~klII|(ILO I " , . .'I Mr. and Mrs. Claude EatDn, iJohn DeVries and Mrs.Tllhe ~,-~i-,,l~l~IT son Billy and Paul Lidtlie went Devoe Sunday & ~lt.y I ;~%a~y to Portland Monday on business. I Mrs. George Hetrick was taken[ _~ . r~ey plan to return l uesoas. I to the White Salmonhospital l Pleasant Vauey ~range ]s ex- Mr. and Mrs. Dave Chapman iThursday, i tending an invitation to all rein- spent last Tuesday in Goldendale. The show in Glenwood for dents of that community to at- Mrs Ray Lane and Miss Joyce Sunday, December 19, will be,, tend their annual Christmas par- Lane Went to White Salmon Fri- "Keys. of the Kingdom," with lty, which will be held in the day. Theyreturned Sundayto Gregory Peck and Thomas Milch- Grange hall, Friday, uecemoer Glenwood. ell. !17 at 7:00 p.m. .- i The party will start off with an oyster stew potluck dinner, followed by a program and gift : exchange. Flowers For Christmas ~s Choose a Merry Wreath ... a Dainty Corsage... a Colorful Bouquet . . . or a long-lasting Potted Plant from our large floral selection Order Early ... Order Today! JEANNIE's FLOWER SHOP Located in Ralph's Radio Shop SURPLUS Portable Microscopes We offer a limited quantity of surplus portable micro- scopes for sale. These are all new, in original cartons and are offered at a fraction of original cost. Specifications:* Overall height 8 inches, turret with three different powers. Will accept auxiliary eye-piece for higher powers desired. Fully adjustable on tiltback base. Optical system: pitch-polished lenses. These portable microscopes are offered subject to prior sale on the following terms: Price $9.00, includes shipping and packing charges. Check or money order should be sent with your order or $2.50 deposit the microscope to be sent C.O.D. for balance. Any check received after quantity has been sold will be returned promptly. GIBSON PAGE CO. INC. BOX 1130, ROCHESTER, 2, N. Y. Dealers in Surplus Commodities i~, . .!1 I"~ II GLENWOOD--(Special) -- The i t.;enterwlle range:womans Club will meet at the - I home of Mrs. William Leaton, !YmasPartvi ec. 171Tuesday, -- ,-- -- December 21 for their ,7 Christmas party and gift ex- i "--'-'---" .. . I change. Centerville Grange wiu nave ....... ,,.. ;~ r,~..;.~.~ .... *, -+~,,~ir t twemDers are urgea ~o ormg one : ..... ', ....... Y.'~ ~'.*,~: "~ .... !small gift for exchange, which 'regmar meeung yrlaay uecem- ~ . ~.. ~, .+ ,~.~ ~,o,,,,,~ ~,,u who ~wlll be the feature of the meeting meeting will start promptly at l 11 o'clock and a potluck dinner t'~ O will be served at noon. I~peclal oervmes Entertainment for the after- . ..... . noon will consist of several mu-IAl" M D: (:hunt-oh " -- t ' Ikl~ &WaLl ~ill VAJI.~,4~aL~ sinai numbers anatwo snor plays, after which Santa will ar-.-- -a~unJav _ .. F.venino" rive. The Grange urged everyone to come and bring a twenty-five cent gift for the gift exchange. Public Invited To Xmas Program At l To Iri-al . Church BUYSFLOW?-;H SHOP I Weather Report Local Grange !mcKteton Jean Anyn, daughter of Mr. t .",.-99'! Ymas--6-Pro'n'am and Mrs. CecilAllyn Goldendale, I Party December has purchased Irene's Flower The 7 p.m. temperature read- t :o 1 ~ t n.| ]Shop from Mrs. Ort Olsen and iings for the past week, as report- , .... '..-~- ........... will be a fea aunaav. UeCs t: tn I started operation of the business led by Ray Hoffeditz, local ob. Iture of the Goldendale Grange i -- --------- l~'~.~'~j"* .':'~':' . ...... ._ server, follow: Christmas party, to be held ati Special Christmas songs, Date Max. Min. Pre. I their hall Wednesday, December i aliens and dramatic presentation ~ ; ...... ~,~ _ ~ ,.. =.~a .. ~. Dec. 8 .................. 43 22 0.21 !22 at 7:00 p. In. l of, "He Came to Bethlehem,", witl ~PC?n//tZ~c ~ ~,eek~aysW Tl~~. ~, . , s~o; ,Dec.~' Dec. 910 ................ ................ 373326260.320"58 Adult members are asked to;be presented. a} the Commumty .will be known as Jeannie s Flow-Dec. 11 ............. 35 28 0.98 i bring popcorn balls and there will un.urcn m rncKm~on, ~unaay ev- er Shop and will feature all types : Dec. 12 .............. 39 29 0.09 be an exchange of gifts for the!en~ng, ~eeember ~u,.at. ~:~u p; m. of cut and potted plants, iDec. 13 ................ 42 25 0.08 children Games and dancing i .r'rayer ana D enemec~nwLu De ~I Dee. 14 .............. 36 22 0.04 '~will be a feature of the affair, gzven by t~ev: ueorge r. uranam. I -- i i ..... ,Speeml Chr]sunas programs nave~ barsen, i , i been printed for the occasion, Miriam (wife of the innkeeper) .... WE NOW OFFER... ~! ....... ~ f~i~.~ which is expected to draw a cap-~, Elsie Goodnight. i~lllg~llWUt#lA %,.,IUlJ acity crowd of east end residents. Angels--Donna Bromley, Donna i~l', TI I ~1 * -- I The complete program includes: !" ,, VanNostern and Mary Jane Refrigeration IO 1"101{1 Lm-lstmas Songs-~,"Men'ily Ring The Bells ! .VanNostern. . , , , . T~ ~.. i and 'Jingle Bells.' i The S~ar ........................ ma ~as, m5 I~I1PtI'To' I I~liP ]_ I ' i I~ECITATIONS Mary, (the mother) ........ Ina Miner Service ,m, ~,~,,~,,~,,y9 ~.~.,~.,. k, Z. t , " * " " ' ensen" : : The Fzrst L~ttle Speaker ........ Wise Men--Gaspar, Billy J ' Commercial and Domestic A special Christmas service will be held at the eMthodist church, next Sunday evening at 7:30. Following the servme the congregation plans to join other churches of the community in the Carol Sing at the Baptist church. Following is the program to El y S he I be presented at the specml serv- ementar c 0 ices at the M. E. church: . -- .--. The .people : ~oldendale will Chl~s~mass Carols with Nativity have an opportunity to see the -- Chancel Choir. troy tots of Goldendale show ,Songs. Come Softly, Tread Gent ' " ' De mg thew stuff next Tuesday, "l ly -- Cbarlann Lear; Baby cember 21, when the GoldendaleI Jesus -- Kindergarten Dept.; n "t ' ' " Elementary School prese ts ] s I Luther s Cradle Hymn, Where Christmas program. ~ Do Bells For Christmas Ring," The program will start prompt- ly 1:00 p.m. and the public is invited to take in the show. Glenwood Girls Scout News Patty Akerill, Reporter On December 8 the meeting was held at the home of Patty Akerill. Our president brought up the subject of our badges. We had to complete the course so we could get the badges. Some of the girls demonstrated what they had learned. We decided to go ice skating t Primary Dept. Pageant: O Come Let Us Wor- ship. Characters: Mary, Deanne Smith; Joseph, Bill Lundberg; Shepherds, Gary Sol[e, Harold Wolverton, Jackie Lewis, Orin Dayton; Wise Men, Van Wilson, Roger Ross, John Carsey; An- gel, Betty Rae Gubser; Read- ers, Mrs. C. W. Ramsey, Mrs. Glenn Stiff; Candlelighters, Judi Good, Joan Wilkins, Sally Ann Hansen, Betty Jeanne Zumwalt; Ushers, Morag Rob- ertson, Betty Jean Adkinson; Director, Mrs. Wm. Cunning- ham; Costumes, Mrs. Orville Good; Stage Properties, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Hill; Com- mittee, Mrs. Chas. Wilson, Mrs. Brown Derry, Mrs. Bruce Groseclose. Music by Chancel and Treble Choir. An offering for Missions will be taken at this service. I I I or sleighing as we have lots of snow now. We are not going toI have any more meetings until the ! fifth of January. served After the meeting Patty hot chocolate and cookies. IINDIX MODEL l-201 BENDIX MODEL ' L~w~ pr/,~d ~.t~ ~ ~ t/~ ,ur~t lllli IINDIX IIANDAIID' COME AND SEEI COME AND CliOOSE! COME AND SAVEI i Jimmy Kessinger. Melchior Wayne Bromley; Bal- :',iMy Present". ....... Hazel VanHornl thasar, Bobby Wilson. : Doily s Christmas .......... Charlene The Spirit of Rome ...... Oelma All- i,, Clark. , britton. I Missionary Dollar Mike Heintz The Spirit of Christianity .... Nona '"We Greet You"...Sandra Naught Larsen. "Too Small" . ....... Jo Ann Everett The Spirit of Discipleship ..Nona "Merry Christmas" . ........... Douglas! Mains. Coleman t Shepherds -- Arden Kessinger, "Proud of Me". ..... Susan Coleman!Richard McBride, David Shat- "My Christmas Wish". ....... Penny ltuck, Charles Mains. Gary Lar- Rae Shannon. I sen and Danny Mains. i "My Wish" . ............. Gloria Ingram~Pilgrims Terry Naught,Joe: "Good" Night".._..Gordon McBride il Col'ema~.., Ga~?; Marvel, Carol Prayer ........ Rev .Gee. F. Graham l Shattuck, Carol Louise Smith HE CAME TO BETHLEHEM t Nedra Lee Shannon and Dean by Elsie Duncan Yale i VanNostern. The Spirit of Bethlehem ........ Kay1Benedictiono.Rev. Gee. F. 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