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December 16, 1948

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USE SUBJECT TO LICENSE AGREEMENT. REPRODUCTION, DISSEMINATION, STORAGE, DISTRIBUTION PROHIBITED. Thursday, December 16, 1948 THE GOLDENDALE SENTINEL--C~IdendaIe, Washington Page Nine ,, ,, , ",I A I~ . °11 I dale General hospital, is home [dO L"l News w ITIIILC i.}~Ull ~ 111Dlllri:Uli A1cwlt [ Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Erlandsan OUR l/g .,en[erVllle !now but still is quite weak. ] ~ y e Al|rL.'L-- ~--!.----.- ~a ~][~=,,L,,,,,,,~ 1~ ..... Tvancouver Thursday to see her ......... [] -~~ / Mrs. Bob Divers and Mrs. Wm. ~ ...... {spent a few days visiting in So- l .1| ".~'.l~.~'.l } II By Mzz, Wrru Niva I Niemela were luncheon guests at l Ms. V. C. $ore~en Edna Tripleff Nina L. Yodar l attle last week. ...... ~.w.- I~ ~ l the Wm. Niva home a week ago~ .... . I Mr. and Mrs• Wayne Rhue were I~II~pP][~O|H][A]~] IIJerry Miller, who has spentilast Thursday. { Red Purvis, of Seattle, spent Guy Crow" spent Thursdayl Mrs. George Coffield enter-tin Go]dendale on business Thurs- I~I~I~'KI~'i~k"IX'~I~II lseveral weeks in Barnes hospital l Verner Ahola, of Seattle, came lTuesday night at the home of through Saturday of last week in ltained some of the Wishram day. ] in Vancouver, returned home a to Centerville Saturday after his lMr. and Mrs. S. M. Johnson. Seattle on business ladies at her home in Goldendale ,~,,',~,,. ~,~ w~,-,, • h,, ; ,~- CAN SAVE YOU MONEY It'few days ago. i two little girls who had beentJ Mr. and Mrs. Carl Roth leave Mr. and Mrs. John" Dickey ............................. on-Wednesday afternoon. A very if;ned in S~ Jos,~'s ~osni~l u- • " W e *" "~ ~• --1~ -* !- ~. ON I~ Mary Mattson, of Goldendale, [visiting with their grandparents, ISunday for a two weeks visit tertalned fourteen members of pleasant time as spent by th .............. the Evening Bridge Club at their following ladies: Mesdames W. F.I,~ J.lm rml~, oonn ttarper, x~pa r.,lecwlcal' "" • wiringITr"" I tl!visitedlast Monday•Mrs" Lehto in Centerville ! Mr.i threeandweeks•Mrs" WalterHerbertAhola,Ahola~fOr!with[rado. relatives, at Sterling, Cole- home Saturday night. A delicious Segraves, George Bunn, George ~maer and waiter ~utz wen~ --il Kay Ga.rner voun~ daughter;uncle of the giTls, accompaniedI The Sunday School Christmas dinner was served followed by Schear. ErtleJohn, Charles Clark[~ea}~m .m.s.~ .week ~o a~ena ** We Ai~,~ ~i..~ Ilof M~" and Mrs ~¢I G~rner ~cele- them to Seattle Sunday. {program will be held in the an enjoyable evening of cards, and Nina Yoder. fbnrme mmau°n" ...... " " " ' t ent " p: sMt ;Che dkHseet~, mlnV ~ = ~,~¢,~ .... ,=^-~,.~..;.~II her seventh birthda Fri Mr and Mrs Lester Wes sp Ichurch next Sunday mght De- " i " • ' . brated Y " • " ' ' cChehSa~esntvth~s" WYdrSesdaKyerhn~tpinNgelis:~°rt~Pe~t" buHya~ t°w~ a~ l~le~ll~eld a~*;aauuu ~,w*.,~ Ilday afternoon• A party was held the weekend 'at Dufur, Oregon, comber 19, at 7:30 o clock. Every o1~ , I I.~.t _~rh~ home with several girls with relatives. . one welcome to come. Jim Lauterback', of Bonneville, Mrs fiaInh Snvder were i~YGold- Imakeletter-~wr~ ~;a~,plea~ure~" t uenwaters I I from her class being invited to Wm. Basso left for Clatskame Mr. and Mrs. Irven Johnson g ne Mrs Kenneth McMur andt -" I;help her celebrate. Tuesday to attend some church have sold their home in Seattle was ........... a weekend visitor in White endale" Thursday.'- ~ ~.,v ~wu~uu,u~ ........~--- [I Vi ~cent Jussila, vho surf ~red services there• ~a~mon wsmng ~r]en~s and re~- Jlwith food poisoning one day last " Hal* war Vincent Jussila, who suffered and are in Lyle now and will • ,~ ~,..~,~ r~ ..... ~;~.i ~ ith food ~msonm on{ day last move ln:o their new nome as a~lves nero. ,,,.~,,~, h~a ,h,~;, ~,~,~,;,,, ., ÷~,o, week and 'was taken to Golden i I~i|*,~,~b ]~A~iv~ soon asitis finished, Their Betsy Leathers was a business ~*""~ ";~,~ "~*,-; ..... .~.~" .... ":i I - . • • • home o~ ~v~rs. t~oD ooy rrmay a~ • . ~ ~ ~~ ~ a.~l~Ol.~a~. • ~w~ daughter, Jan]co, started to y]sltor in Seattle fc~r three days 12 p m I l)o~,tlet ¢~ughlns. wheezlns, recurrln~at- I " I Mrs G E Minor school here a short time ago. last week• [ ~r • -~nd X~r~ E.~ Ao~,~....... I t~ei~i at .B react, lid .~thma ruin ~eep • "" " " Mr C r . -.- ....... ,*-~o-~-~--,-*~ ,neru ~ano, t try ~A~. w I ~ _~ ~ • • I Columbm Juvemle Grange s. uy Coope spent last Mrs• John Rob]son and Mrs. lwere shopping in The Dallesl ~or~ u~r, t~ ~]~ to ~aca ~¢~ I ~_-~- ~ ~ |][~"-~.~al~lk,~ I membersand otherchildren, week at the home of her son m Harold Larsen and son, Donny, tMonday I t"~andtu~s~'~s"*n~he~P*nat"r*q~¢~ I I • " • old ndal n a i O ' " " remo~ ghick ~lck~t mueu$ T~ul allevll~ brmg a Chrmtmas gift G e e a d h d a m nor P- spent this past Tuesday m Port- An rso wa t k to ,o~m~an "*~r r " • ~]~ ~ ~ ...... Oscar de n s a en _ _ a ~r ~ ea~la_ a,d ~t_. I I[~]~l~]il~l]~ l~lll]~ll][]/I~l~i ~"Lll~l[l~l I marked boy or girl for the Christ- oration In the hospital there one land on business. The Dalles tea hospital ,l~p.Get MENDA~O Iron dru.hlt. I[~tll- I ]~[~[~/I][~ I~l/~J[~ ~l[~ --~"~,..~ ~lax~| [ mas Grange party Saturday day. . A full-course turkey dinner I Mrs George Ravburn went to ] ~,¢uo, or ~,one~ ~*c~ ~,ra,~. I ~[/~i~/~lll~l~/~ ll~ ~ W~I~. ~l~ I night, December 18. ] Mrs. Jim West, who spent most iwas enjoyed by the employees of l " ~ " -~ I ~ ~ ~~[~-- I The School Christmas programlof last week m The Dalles hos-;the Underwood Fruit & Ware. ! I ~ ~-~------~--=-~ ~-" [ Tuesday night at the Lyle gym p~tal after a fall at her home, I house Company last Frida~ nightt ~-~ I R G RICHES i will be at eight o'clock Treats for t has her foot in a cast and return- ]in the Service Men's Club at I - | -" " / all. led home Friday afternoon, but;White Salmon• An evening oft ~= • ~ "~--~-" ~~ ~tshe will be on crutches for some]dancing was enjoyed after the~ =~ • k~-a~f-~--~-~-~-~~ time. t dinner. Approximately 100 peo-I Mrs Clarence Ensley spent soy-Iple attended the affair• • t eraI days last week in Hood Mr. and Mrs. Bob Triplett are ~ =~-'----- " ,~ ]River, to be near her mother, the proud parents of a baby boy,]~.[.~A ~r~.~"y. ~g')]V)~'}'/'yr~.~[ • " ~Mrs. Winnie Sellers, who under- born Saturday, December 4, in ,,,,.~,~,.,,~,~, ~,,,vu,~.,-.,~., .,.~~~ went a major operation in the the Klickitat hospital at White hospital there• Beverly and Rob- Salmon• The young man weigh- /,~~ ~ ert Ensley and Genie Bradford ed in at 5 pounds, 7 ounces and stayed with their grandparents, was named William Loren. Mr. and Mrs. Olen Ensley, at Mrs. Emil Stratton and son, / ] U ~ Dallesport, during Mrs. En,ley's Richard, spent several days of ICE CREAM absence, last week in Seattle• Richard A B C D E F G The gift that goes far... Ladies' Wardrobe, $25 O There's nothing that gives a greater thrill at Chrlstmastime than the gift of fine luggage. Our superb Samsonite features the new Cordovan finish- not leather but better-a mar-proof~ dir~proof miracle covering, in rich red- brown. This is the luggage that's famous for "Strong-enough-to-stand-on" construction, richly fitted interiors, solid brass streamlined locks. An~ it's famous for price too-matched sets for the whole family fit neatly i~ '. ~ Christmas budget! Come in today and choos~ A. Vanity O'Nite ..... $17.50 D. Ladies' Convertible . ~ B. Men's Overnight . . . $17.50 E. Men's Two-Suiter ..... C. Ladies' O'Nite ..... $19.50 F. Pullman ......... $2~ .. : G. Hand Wardrobe... $;35.00* eSupe¢fine Samsonite. Standard Samsonito prices sUght~ AU price$ ~ubtecl le exbt/ng taxea. PAN AMERICAN WORLD AIRWAI~ Strong Enough $o 8mmt onl D Glen Drake, from Clackamas, Oregon. was a caller in Lyle Thursday afternoon. Mr. Drake has registered Jersey cattle and was looking for hay. He lived with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charley Drake in the Horseshoe Bend country a good many years ago. He went on to visit his mother in Goldendale. Mrs. J. H. McCoy, who has been visiting relatives at Rose- burg, Grants Pass and Portland for several wseks spent Saturday and Sunday 3t the home of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Crane and called on Mr. and Mrs. Ira Ruffcorn and other friends while here. She went to Goldendale Monday morning on business, then to The Dalles Tuesday and from there will go to LaGrande, Ore- gon, where she will visit he. daughter and son-in-law for a i few weeks• Mrs. Bill B. Cox and the new daughter came home from The :Dalles hospital Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Sorensen and sons of, Friend, Oregon, vis- took examinations in prepara- tion of joining the Navy. They returned home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Biesanz spent this past Monday shopping in Portland. Larry Semler attended a Red Cross meeting in Portland FridayI of last week. Entering in the holiday spirit, the Canyon Theatre in Bingen will hold a gala Christmas party Saturday afternoon, December 18, startingat 1:00 p.m. A free movie will be shown and the Columbia high school band and1 chorus will furnish added enter-] tainment. Along with all of this, Old Saint N~ck has prom~sed to, be there in person with candy l for the youngsters. This affair is t open to the public--so everyoneI come. How's that for a Christ-t mas present. Alga Kveps is visiting her par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Kreps, during Christmas vacation. She is taking nurses training at the Good Samaritan hospital in Port- land. BUTTER ICE Cold Storage Lockers • Fountain Supplies • Dairy Supplies @Meat Cutting @ Quick-Freeze Service Wrapping Service Cash Buyers of Cream Deepfreeze ited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. WiIbur Johnson Saturday night the other car and his wife was OR,16|NATOR, S OF RELIANCE ICE. CREAM AND BUTTER. and at the V. C. Sorensen home seriously injured with a punc- PAUL THOMPSON tured lung but at last report was Sunday afternoon,returning improving. There was six inches home that night, of new snow on the road which The Lyle school Christmas had not been scrapped off. program will be given Tuesday, December 21, at 8:00 p.m., in the school gym. Santa will be there day,With treats for all the children. [January 3, for the Christ- I RIGHT NOW 11i i_ School will be closed ~om [[ IS A OO" TO NOTICE TO OUR CLIENTS Thursday, December 23, to Men-tl ~E AT THE [i~. Federal and. State Income Tax Payments paid before mas holidays, l| Ninth Street Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Hylton!l I.~ December 31, 1948, can he deducted in the 1948 calen- and son Donald, of Goldendale, I I'~" visited with his father, u F Hyl, II _._Suner Market [** dar year's return. We suggest that our clients take I Sunday morning while going to~l ! Washougal, near the Bridge of[I IN THE DALLES the Gods, they met a car whose l[ WHERE YOU M~KE .1~ driver lost control of his car andl| If* GEORG WERNMARK = it skidded into Mr. Hylton's car, I| hitting head-on and badly wreck-II One Stop to Shop INCOME TAX CONSULTANT ing both cars and injuring Mrs. l| For Everything Suites 506-7-8-11-12 Hylton. She was taken to the t| Hood River hospital where ,it 1[ [11 ~ U.S. National Bank Bldg. The Dalles, Oregon was found that her ankle was l] AT THE YE~¥ LOWEST injured and her leg cut. She re- ![ PRICES IN THE DALLES I'~ I mained in the hospital until Sat-{I Eighteen Years Experience in Income Tax Procedtum urday, when My. Hylton went to II WE PAY HIGHEST I~IlCES t bring her home. 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