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Page Twelve THE GOLDENDALE SENT!NEL--Goldendale, Washington Thursday, December 16, 1948 School To Close Wed., Dec. 22 For Yuletide Vacation Classes in Goldendale schools will be dismissed Wednesday af- ~rnoon, December 22 and will not be r~_~sumed until Monday, Must Renew Car License Before January First Automobile, truck and trailer owners have until January first to obtain their new license plates . . or be subject to arrest and January 3, it was announced to- fine . . . it was pointed out this day by Paul W. Johnson, city week by Vesta Tebbs, county J superintendent. P auditor. To date license applica- ] ~veral 4nstructors in the tions have been above the aver- local schools will spend the Yule-1age, but there are still many in ~ide and New Years vacation with ~the county who have not applied. relatives outside the city. John-t As of Monday afternoon a total son plans to spend Christmas with ~ofl 1156 car license, 411 truck and his mother who resides in Spo-i54 trailer plates had been issued kane. at the auditor's office. To elimin- Joint Installation Of Grange Officers Set For Dec. 18th ate long periods of waiting at the last minute, Miss Tebbs sug- gests that car owners apply promptly. The 1948 registration certifi- cate must be presented at theI time the application is made. If l this is lost owners are advised to apply for duplicates immediately. Joint installation of recently .... oleetcd Grange officers will be DO t Believe In held in the Goldendale Grangen' hall,p.m. Saturday, December 18 at 8--Signs .. You Better Granges to be represented at! t the joint installation ceremonies ~ Motorist who ignore signs along i are Pleasant Valley, Centerville, lthe highway . . . especially those i White Creek, Alder Creek and Goldendale. Following the installation cere- moniesrefreshments of sand- wiches, pie and coffee will be served. Ladies from the Golden- dale Grange are asked to bring pies and visiting members asked to bring sandwiches. i iiiii i Bob Olsen Named President Of 4-H Livestock Club By Bruce Cameron Club Reporter Bob Olson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Vern Olsen, of Goldendale, was elected president of the Central Klickitat County Livestock Club at a meeting held last Wednes- day atternoon in the office of iplaced by the State Highway De-i partment . . . had better take a! I second look--or else---before the l judge you may go. I Sunday, State Patrolman Stacy :Reeves, cited three into court for such violation. Newton E. Dennis, Portland with cited for speeding. James, Richland and Spokane, Pacific Truck Line, were cited on charges of failure to obey restrict- ~d signs. All arrests were made on the highway northeast of the city. Hearing on the three cases was set for Thursday of this week, by Judge B. A. Sanders. Patrolman Reeves urges all imotorists to obse, rve the regula- tions in order to avoid serious ac- i cident. On Main Street... E M. Huckfeldt, county agent We understand that Supt. Paul "Others e!ected during the an- Johnson is in the market for nual meeting were, John Miller, "bathroom" locks that can be op- -.iee president; Doreen Jeter, sec- erated from inside or outside-- retary; Robert Lee, treasurer; I they're needed at the primary and Bruce Cameron, reporter. ]school. The club now boasts of a mem-I Candidates for president of the bership of 26 since the Cliffs C. of C. out campaigning for the group has united with the organ- other "guy." ization. There ,gas a good at- Leonard Erickson with a pair tendance of parents at our last of "down-filled" hunting pants meeting ~nd we enjoy havinglfor duck and goose hunting . . . them with us. We hope they at- the big sissy. tend meetings and take more in- Bert W ilkins going 'round say- terest in our 4-H work. rag, so round.., so soft. iiiiiiii r Bob Skar bragging. . . Dean Gillenwaters and OscarI L. O. Larsen talking aoouz Scherer are in Bickleton this Santa Claus coming to town Sat- week on business, urday. , Here you will find the largest selection of toys.., hundreds of them.., you can find just what you want. Many At Special O Electrical Appliances... Dishes... Glassware Hardware... Sporting Goods Plumbing Fixtures REMEMBER... If It Is To Be Had, Gillenwaters Has It~ 000 I Hundreds of Dollars Worth of Merchandise Gifts to Be Given Away at this Big Annual Event BALLOONS FOR THE KIDDIES HOLLY SPRIGS FOR THE LADIES ! 18 AT 5:30 P.M. mm I Order Your Christmas TURKEY Roastzng Hens -- Fryers LOWEST PRICES Pure Lean .............................. LB. S Delicious .......................... LB. Lean, Tender Young Pork .......... LB. Young Tender Baby Beef ............ LB. 42c 47c Sfidd's. Famous LB. Baby Beef ....................................... LB. Young Tender Center Cuts ........ LB. Lean Streaked, finest quality .... LB. Young Tender .................................. LB. 58c 17 Swift's --- Choice. Tender, Skinless A HOLIDAY FAVORITE ON ANY TABLE WHOLE OR HALF jt CRANBERRY SA UCE, Ocean Spray ...... 14-oz. 14c PEACHES, Crown Point .................... 21/z size tin 23c CATSUP, Hunts Tomato ................ 14-oz. bottle 16c FLOUR, Centennial Silk Sifted ...... 25 lb. bag $1.99 TUNA FISH, Sea Bird Fancy light meat ............ 29c COFFEE, Red Dot ................................................ lb. 33c GRAPEFRUIT JUICE, Shurfine ........ 46-oz. tin 19c POP CORN, Little Buster .............................. 2 lb. 31c KARO SYRUP, Dark ........ , ........... 10 lb. bucket $1.19 SWEET CORN, Western Pride ..... , ...... No. 2 can 15c MATCHES, Water Resisting ............ , ..... carton 14c SWEET RELISH, Heinz Spiced .......... 24 oz. jar 39c PICKLES, Hunts Country Style .......... 24 oz. jar 22c MINCE MEAT, Tropical .......................... 2 lb. jar 31c PUMPKIN, Del Monte ............................ 303 cans 9c DA TES, Pitted .................... lb. 23c SWIFTNING ............ 3 lb. can 98c Fine Quality XMAS Hard-Mix CANDY lb. 27c FANCY BOXED Chocolates $1.25VALUE Only 89c Sweet Potatoes...2 lb. 25c No. 2 SPUDS... 50 $1.19 Ortley Apples Fancy and Extra Fanclv 2 lb... 19c TANGERINES .... lb. 12c ORANGES ......... lb. 10c Home Made Chili with Crackers ........ 25c GOOD COFFEE ............ 5c TRY OUR CHRISTMAS SPECIAL-- Fresh Banana Sundae with topping ..... 20c FOUNTAIN GOODIES OF ALL KINDS Enjoy Having Lunch or a Snack at The Star 0