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The Sentinel, Goldendale, WA December 18, 2008 ° Page 9 THURSDAY DECEMBER 18 Snow ~ ~ High 24 ~ Low 5 Sunrise: 7:40 a.m. Sunset: 4:20 p.m. TODAY'S HAPPENINGS • Goldendale High School Wresting: Zillah/Pomeroy at Goldendale 7 p.m. • Goldendale Primary School 3rd & 4th grade holi- day program 7 p.m. Goldendale Primary School B - Breakfast roll, fruit, milk L - French toast, hashbrown, ham,milk Goldendale Middle School B - Egg casserole, fruit, milk L - French toast, hashbrown Goldendale High School B - Breakfast pizza, fruit L- Burrito, soup, fruit Goldendale Senior Lunch Noon: Chicken FRIDAY DECEMBER 19 Snow Showers High 17 Low 8 Sunrise: 7:41a.m. Sunset: 4:21 p.m. TODAY'S HAPPENINGS • Goldendale High School Basketball: Mabton at Goldendale 4:30 p.m. This date in history 1980 - Iran requests $24 bil- lion in U.S. guarantees to free hostages. 1903 - Williamsburg suspen- sion bridge opens between Brooklyn and Manhattan. 1777 - Washington settles his troops at Valley Forge, Pennsylvania for winter Goldendale Primary School B - Oatmeal, juice, toast, milk L - Hamburger, orange wedge, fruit,cookie, milk Goldendale Middle School B- Oatmeal, juice, toast, milk L - Beef dippers, fries, fruit Goldendale High School B - Breakfast sandwich, fruit L - Chicken burger or taco SATURDAY DECEMBER 20 Partly Cloudy High 16 Low 11 Sunrise! 7:41 a.m. Sunset: 4:21 p.m. TODAY'S HAPPENINGS • Goldendale High School Basketball: vs.Hlghland at Cowiche 4:30 p.m. This date in history 1920 - Bob Hope became an American citizen. 1850 - Hawaiian post office established. 1820 - Missouri imposes a $1 bachelor tax on unmarned men between 21 and 50. I will honor Christmas in my heart, and try to keep it all the year. Charles Dickens D SUNDAY ECEMBER 21 Snow Showers High 20 Low 14 Sunrise: 7:42 a.m. Sunset: 4:22 p.m. TODAY'S HAPPENINGS • United Methodist Church, 109 E. Main St., will host a Chdstmas Contata by Don Wyrtzen and Phil and Lynn Brower under the direction of Barb Stout. Starts at 6 p.m. No admission, all are wel- come. For more information call 773-4461 oAmedcan Legion Auxiliary Annual Kids Christmas Party from 2 - 4 p.m. Pictures with Santa and his elves, crafts, presents, candy canes, and refreshments. This date in history 1937 - First feature-length color and sound cartoon pre- mieres (Snow White) 1932 - Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers, first joint movie (Flying Down to Rio) MONDAY DECEMBER 22 Snow Showers High 25 Low 12 Sunrise: 7:42 a.m. Sunset: 4:22 p.m. TODAY'S HAPPENINGS • Christ The King Lutheran Church presents The Longest Night at 8 p.m. This service of comfort and hope is designed to embrace people in all places of disappointment, uncertainty, and loss that are felt more deeply during the holiday season. For more information call 773-5750 or 773-4460. Located at the cor- ner of Simcoe and Columbus. • No Chamber Forum Luncheon TUESDAY DECEMBER 23 Snow Showers High 24 Low 9 Sunrise: 7:43 a.m. Sunset: 4:23 p.m. This date in history 1946 - Highest ddership in New York City subway history (8.8 million passengers) 1867 - First self-made million- airess (Sarah Breedlove-hair straightner) 1913 - President Woodrow Wilson signs Federal Reserve Act into law Goldendale Senior Lunch Noon: Baked Ham WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 24 Snow Showers High 26 Low 13 Sunrise: 7:43 a.m. Sunset: 4:23 p.m. TODAY'S HAPPENINGS • All Klickitat County offices will close at 3 p.m. • Church of the Nazarene Christmas Eve Candlelight Serviceat6 p.m. 124W Allyn. Pastor Thomas Fender 773-4216 • All Klickitat County offices will close at 3 p.m. Our hearts grow tender with childhood memories and love of kindred, and we are better throughout the year for hav- ing, in spirit, become a child again at Christmas-time. Laura/nga//s Wilder WHAT'S HAPPENING (Continued from above) • The Golden Art Gallery painter Goldendale, call 773-4367 Run Sheldon is in the artist spotlight • Fellowship of Christian Cowboys during the month of December. He meet every second Saturday at the will be showing a unique series of Centerville Grange at 7 p.m. watercolors not seen before in the .The Central Klickitat 4-H Group is gallery. The Gallery is open daily in having a coat drive to give to the December, except Christmas Day and needy. If you would like to donate a represents nearly 30 local artists and clean, gently used coat your child artisans. The Golden Art Gallery is an has outgrow. Please drop it by the artist-run, non-profit cooperative Goldendale Primary School office. located at 103 E. Main St. in .Goldendale Wrestling Club meets Goldendale. For more information, at the Goldendale High School gym contact the gallery at 773-5100. on Mondays at 7 p.m. and • Soroptimist Annual Mitten Tree is Wednesdays at 8:30 p.m. Open to all located in The Goldendale Sentinel. levels of wrestlers, all ages welcome. Donate new mittens, hats, and For more information contact Matt scarves for children. Dumolt at 773-0411. • Narcotics Anonymous meeting, p.m. every Saturday, 10 a.m.-11:30 a.m., Winter Thoughts the Father's House Fellowship, ,Snowflakes are one of nature's most fragile things, but just look what they do when they stick together. - Verna M. Kelly • Happy, happy Christmas, that can win us back to the delusions of our childish days; that can recall to the old man the pleasures of his youth; that can transport the sailor and the traveller, thousands of miles away, back to his own fire-side and his quiet home! -Charles Dickens, The Pickwick Papers, 1836 • Winter is the time for comfort, for good food and warmth, for the touch of a friendly hand and for a talk beside the fire: it is the time for home. - Edith Sitwell TALKING ART: Watercolor artist, Run Sheldon speaks to gallery member Charlotte Van Zant-King last week at Goldendale's Second Thursday art event. The painter is the fea- tured artist at the Golden Art Gallery t.his month. He uses a unique technique that eliminates protec- tive glass over the canvas. The exhib- it runs through December. Rachel Cavanaugh EAST DISTRICT COURT November 18 ,Lila Mae Jack: Criminal Trespass 1 agreement. • Paulo Sergo Alfaro: Disorderly (8/19/08); 12 too. stipulated order of ,Bryan Edward Rowland: DWLS 2 Conduct (6120108);.,DP,~~~..’o~tinuanco. ($.O.~,pay $1~.S.0.C ~ (9/30/08)i Dismis’~ per ci~. m~im:v fees, review in 12 months for compli- pursuant to plea agreement. rant. • Shanael Tiffany Bennett-Wyatt: Minor Intoxicated In Public Place (4/28/08); Change of plea to guilty, fine/fees $348, 90 days susp. jail, 12 too. active probation-NSV, complete alcohol treatment program. • Shanael Tiffany Bennett-Wyatt: Minor Poss. And/Or Consumption (6/21/08); Dismissed per city motion pursuant to plea agreement. • Chanel Louise Bennett: Minor Poss. And/Or Consumption (4/17/08); Dismissed per city motion pursuant to plea agreement. • Sheldon D. Blackwell: Marijuana Poss. Less/Equal 40 Grams (7/6/08); Change of plea to guilty, fine/fees $728, 90 days/89 susp., serve 1 day jail. • Joshua Lee Butler: Assault 4 (12/26/06); Deferred sentence revoked, found guilty, fine/fees $1304.50, 365 days/355 susp., credit 10 days served, firearms prohibited. • Michael Jack Carpenter: Assault 4 (9/12/07); Order filed allowing withdraw- al of guilty plea and dismissal with prej- udice. • Theodore Justus Frank: DWLS 3 (2/3/08); Def FTA $1500 combined war- rant. • Theodore Justus Frank: DWLS 3 (6/7/08); Def FTA $1500 combined war- rant. ,Erik Michael George: Criminal Trespass 1, Malicious Mischief 3 Harm >$50 (8/9/08); Def FTA $1500 warrant. • Benjamin Joseph Hillealry: Escape 3d, Disorderly Conduct (8/20/07); Admission entered to PV count, found committed. • Harley Roderick Huff: DWLS 3 (7/18/08), Reckless Driving (7/18/08); count 2 amended to Neg. Driving 1, change of plea to count 1 and amended count 2, fine/fees $1217.50, count 1 90 days/90 day susp., count 2 90 days/85 susp. serve 5 days jail. ance with conditions. .Bryan Edward Rowland: Marijuana • Mattew Paul Porter: Marijuana Puss Poss. Less/Equal 40 Grams (9/30/08); Less/Equal 40 Grams (5/22/07); Def Change of plea to guilty, fine/fees $893, FTA $1500 warrant. 90 days/88 susp. Serve 2 days jail con- • Michael K. Robison: Telephone secutiveto CR 2805. Harassment (1/12/06); Def. allowed to ,Roberto Adan Ruiz: Reckless withdraw guilty plea and case dismissed Driving (7/4/08), DWLS 3 (7/4/08); per city motion pursuant to statute, change of plea to guilty, fine/fees $1120, • Drew Taylor Ross: Assault 4 count 1 90 days/85 susp., count 2 90 (6/23/08), Criminal Trespass 2 days/85 susp., credit 3 days served, (6/23/08); 12 mo. stipulated order of serve 2 days jail. continuance (S.O.C.) pay $135 S.O.C. °Roberto Adan Ruiz: Minor Poss. fees review in 12 months for compliance and/or Consumption (9/1/08); change of w/conditions, plea to guilty, fine/fees $293, 90 days • Bryan Edward Rowland: DUIsusp.jail. (5/29/08); Negligent Driving 1st, change ,Michael David Shinnick, Jr.: of plea to guilty to amended charge, Disordedy Conduct (7/4/08), Obstruct fine/fees $1020, 90 days susp. jail. Law Enforcement Officer (7/4/08); • Bryan Edward Rowland: Marijuana Count 1 change of plea to guilty, Poss. Less/Equal 40 Grams (5/29/08), fine/fees $596, 90 days/88 susp., credit Use/Deliver Drug Paraphernalia 2 days served, count 2 dismissed per (5/29/08); Change of plea to guilty count city motion pursuant to plea agreement. 1 P.O.M., fine/fees $618, 90 days/89 ,Sandra Lynn Spatig: Assault 4 susp., serve 1 day jail, count 2 dis- (8/21/08); Dismissed with prejudice per Pets of the Gee "s Family Restaurant SERVING CHINESE & AMERICAN FOOD! Weekly Specials CHINESE SPECIAL S525 Kung Pow Chicken with choice of sweet and sour chicken or pork, or pork fried rice kMERICAN SPECIAL $6°° Chicken Fried Steak with choice of potato, soup or salad, and sourdough bread Open M - S -lO:3O - 9:3o & Sunday - 11:3o - 8:3o 118 E. Main • (509) 773-6999 Downtown Goldendale 509-773-9 missed per city motion pursuant to plea city motion pursuant to valid legal Shepherd Mix Male- "George" is a great BIG dog with a great BIG heart. He wants lots of attention and would be a great family dog. He's energetic and loves to go for runs. He is young, still learning and a bit curious. George is neutered, house trained and current on shots. I Labrador Retiever Mix Female- "Betty" is an adult black lab with lots of personali- ty! She loves to go for long walks and a swim at the river. She gets along with everyone including other dogs. Betty is house trained, spayed, current on shots and ready to go play. Foster homes & dog walkers needed. at Last ~o homeatlasths.org 296-5189 200 River Road Tues.-Fri .11 a.m.-5 p.m. Saturday 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Humane Society TIw llallu, ORton ADOPTION OPEN HOUSE -- EVERY SATURDAY, 10 A.M.-3P.M. Come and meet all the adoptable pets including shelter and foster pets. defense of self defense, no contact committed, fine $200. order extiquished. ,Isaac David Cochran: Pass In A No ~Trevor Lee Spatig: Protection Order Passing Zone (10/22/08); Committed, Violation (8/12/08), Protection Order fineS75. Violation (8/12/08); Change of plea to ,Isaac David Cochran: Fail To Wear guilty (both), fine/fees $1410.50, 365 Safety Belt (9/16/08); Committed, fine days/363 susp. on both counts, credit 2 $75. days served, firearms prohibited. ,Donald James Davison: Burning • Dwayne Scott Valentine: Assault 4 During Bum Ban (10/2/08); Committed, (8/3/08); Dismissed per city motion fine $100. passed on uncooperative witness. .Timothy Aaron Garrison: Speeding • Naomi Cecilia Wahchumwah: DWLS 39 MPH Over Limit (9/19/08); Reset to 3 (1/25/08); Def FTA $1500 warrant, contested. November 19 .Manela Macias: Speeding 18 MPH • John Paul Kraft: Poss. OfOver Limit (10/18/08), Op. Mot. Veh. Dangerous Weapon (9/25/08); 90 days W/Out Ins. (10/18/08); Count 1 commit- jail, 87 days susp., $719.50 fine/fee, 2 ted, fine $125, count 2 committed, fine years no similar violation.$300. • Mikahl Emmanuel Malone: DUI ,Jeremy Robert Moss: Off Road (5/30/08); 365 days jail, 362 days susp., Vehicle Driven On Roadway (10/14/08); $1059 fine/fee, 2 years probation. Committed, fine $75. • Johnathan A. Ryan: Theft 3 ,Sandra Judith Rorabaugh: (7/31/07); 90 days jail, 75 days susp., Speeding 5 MPH Over Limit (10/22/08); $1452.14 fine/fees. Def. entered into deferred finding. • Teresa Cisneros Sanchez: ,Colin Charles Samuel Whithead: Speeding 32 MPH Over Limit (10/3/08), Speeding 32 MPH Over Limit (7/11/08); Op. Mot. Veh. W/Out Ins. (10/3/08); Committed, fineS175. Count 1 committed, fine $70, count 2 STUDIO 818 HAIR DESIGN Specializing in Men's style cuts: Clipper & razor, cuts, color & perms 818 Elm Dr., 2 blocks from Goldendale Middle School 10-6 p.m. Mon-Sat. • Walk-ins welcome Evenings by appointment 773-6049 or (541) 980-3688 Sherri Niemela --- Formerly of Hands on Nails Project Warm Heart,.. It is the time of year we think of others and to be thankful for what we have. Klickitat PUD is offering you an opportunity to make New Hope Farms your charity of choice this holiday season. A special account has been set up under the Operation Warm Heart program. The goal is to have enough people adopt this as their charity of choice this holiday season to pay for New Hope Farms' electricity for all next year. Donations to this special fund can be made by stopping by or calling the Klickitat PUD offices in Goldendale or White Salmon. Donations can be made by cash, check or by asking for a donation to be added to your power bill. Mention "Project Warm Hear Zqew Hope Farms" to have your donation directed to this special account. Operation Warm heart is a year-round endeavor to fund electricity to those less fortunate. When all other avenues been exhausted, needy individuals and families can turn to this fund as a last resort to keep the lights on. The fund is administered by the Washington Gorge Action Program. Donations to Operation Warm Heart are tax deductable. Gotdendale White Salmon 1313 S. Columbus 110 NE Estes 509/773-5891 ~ 509/493-2255 1-800-548-8357 ~lJl~ 1~ 1-800-548-8358 Jill IIII I III I .... I ,I ii .......... ASSEMBLY OF GOD New Life Assembly of God 1602 S. Columbus, Goldendale. Pastor Kevln Gerchak. 773-465o. Sunday School 9:30 a.m., Morning Wor ship Service lO:3O a.m., Evening Serdce at 6 p.m., Family Night on Wed. night, 7 p.m. includes Youth, God's Flower Garden, Royal Rangers and Bible Study. 7 p.m. Sat. night T.V. service on channel I~. CHURCH OF CHRIST 230 E. Court, Goldendale, 773-4689. Sunday classes lo:oo a.m., Service 11:oo a.m., Wednesday classes 6:00 p.m. BAPTIST Columbus Avenue Baptist, S.B.C. 815 N. Columbus, Goldendale. 773-4471. Pastor Michael Block. Sunday School 9:45 a.m., Morning Worship ll a.m., Sunday Evening Study and Worship, 6 p.m., Wednesday Evening Bible Study and Prayer, 7 p.m. Bible Baptist Church of Goldendale 340 East Collins St. Goldendale, WA. (509) 773-4929. L Parish Plumblee, Pastor. Sunday: Sunday School lo a.m., Morning Worship Service 11 a.m., Sunday Evening Service 6 p.m., Wednesday Service 7 p.m. Nursery Set-Ace Provided. "Families Walking In The Old Paths." Jer. 6:16 CATHOLIC Holy 31~-inity Catholic 3o7 Schuster, Goldendale. Father William Byron, 773- 4516. Set. Eve. Mass 5:3o p.m.; Sunday Mass 9 a.m.; b~painsh Mass Sat. evening 6:3o p~m. Eve of Holy Days 7:oo p.m.; Holy Days 7:30 a.m. and Daily Mak~s Mon. - Fri. 7:3o a.m. CCD Classes, Wednesday afternoons 2:15 to 3:3o p.m. Kindergarten through 6th grade. Wed. Evenings 7:3° to 8:3o, 7th through lath grade. Confessions before Mass Saturdays at noon - 1 p.m. GRACE BRETHREN Community Grace Brethren 118o 3. Roosevelt. Gregory M. Howell, pastor. 773- 3383. Sunday School 9:3o a.m.; Morning Worship 11 a.m.; Saturday Night Connection 6:00 p.m. "The Bible, the Whole Bible, and Nothing but the Bible." LDS Goldendale Ward The Chureb of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints N. Columbus and McKinley; Bishop Mike Canon. 773- 382A or 773-3452- Worship 3erviees start at lO a.m. on Sunday. Youth meetings (in-18 years) Wednesdays 7- 8:30 p.m., Family History Library open from lo a.rn. to 4 p.m., Tuesday - Thursday. Empty Nesters (all ages) at 6 p.m. 4th Monday of the Month - potluck at the church. LUTHERAN Christ the King Lutheran S. Columbus and Siracoe Dr., Goldendale. 773-5750. Sunday School, 9 a.m. Worship Service Sunday re:on a.m. Everyone welcome. METHODIST United Methodist Columbus and Broadway, Pastor Pat Beeman, 773-4461 or 773-4462. Worship 8 a.m. & lo:3o a.m., Sunday School 9:]5 a.m., Nursery Available lO:3O a.rn. Call the church for regularly scheduled events. NAZARENE Church of the Nazarene 124 W. Allyn, Goldendale. 773-4216. Pastor Thomas Fender. Sundays; Sunday School 9:3o a.m., Worship service 10:45 a.rm, Wednesday Adult Bible Study 6:30; Jr. High & Sr. High Bible Studies, Odyssey 6:3o p.m. r(K)DI.AND PRAISE BARN 627 Woodland Road, Goldend~e. Woody Lovelace, Pastor. Worship services; Sunday 1o:3o a.m., Wednesday at 7:oo. 773-9119. praisebarn@gorge.net. CENTERVILLE COMMUNITY CHURCH A Church Of Christ The Dalles Mountain Road in Cantarville, Pastor Ken Akins. Sunday Schedule: Children's Sunday School at Io a.m. Adult Sunday School at 1o:2o a.m. Morni~ Worship Service at 11:oo a.m. " A place where you can feel comfortable." FATHER'S HOUSE FELLOWSHIP 207 3. Klickitat Ave., 773-4719. Sunday Basic Bible Fellowship 9:3o a.m., Worship lO:3O a.m. "Heading in God's direction." UNITARIAN UNIVERSALIST "Open Minds, Open Hearts. Deeds, not Creeds." Call 773-7815 for times and locations. http://uugoldendale.org SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST 1/2 mile East on Bieldeton Hwy. Sabbath School Saturday 9:3o a.m.; Worship Service u a.m. Pastor Warren Blanck. 773-4381. =Visitors cordially welcome at all services."