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The Kennewick courier-reporter and the White Bluffs spokesman. [volume] (Kennewick, Wash.) 1938-1939, October 27, 1938, Image 6

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Spokane Minister
‘ Is Assistant in
‘ Revival Services
ROVER Reverend Aiken from
Spokane was a dinner guest Sun
day at the W. F. Ashby home. Rev.
erend Aiken is here to assist Rev.
Williams with revival services this
week. '
Mrs. Joe Ely and son of Yakima
came Tuesday to visit her paredts,
Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Hughes.
Mr. and Mrs. Austin Schubert
motored to Portland last Monday,
returning Tuesday. They purchased
a car while. there.
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Ashby were
dinner guests at the L. Mattset
home in east Kennewick Friday. ,
Mrs. Leslie Gilbert and daugh
ter, Beverly of Pasco are visiting at
the E. E Toothaker home.
Lester Nottman moved his fam
ily to Toppenish Saturday. Mr.
Nottman is employed at the beet
factory there.
Mr. and Mrs. Jewel Slaybbaugh
and daughters accompanied by Mr.‘
and Mrs. C. H. Meyer of the Hith
lands, spent Sunday at the A. 0.1
Taylor home in Naches.
Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Ashby motored
over from Walla Walla to spend
Sunday at the C. L. Evans home.
They returned to Walla Walla on
Monday, accompanied. by Victor
McGuire.
Mrs Austin Schubert is assisting
Mrs. Ted Neel with her housework.
Mr. and Mrs George Brennan
and family of Walla Walla. spent
Sunday at the Charles McFadden
home. '
Quite a number of members of
the Women's Home Benefit Club
attended the Benton Comty Exten
sion service club's Achievement Day
in Benton City Saturday.
Women’s Rome Benefit Club met
last Wednesday afternoon with Mrs.
H. 8. Hughes as hostess.
Harry Hampton returned on Sat
urday from a business trip to Spo
lane.
CARD OFTEANKS
Wewiahtothankourtrlenda for
the many kindly expressions of
sympathy shown us in our recent
bereavement.
The Lampoon Family.
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Game Protector
Returns Home to
Resume Duties
FINLEY—Mr. and Mrs. Harold
Witham and children Shirley and
Gene of the state game farm ar
rived home Tuesday from Whidby
Island, where Mr. Witham spent
the past month on game protection.
Mrs. E. Nelson and two children.
Joyce and Darlene, accompanied
them home for a visit. Mrs. Nelson
and Mrs. Witham are sisters.
The Finley grange met Thursday
night at eight o’clock in their hall.
The name of Marion Foster was
Iproposed for membership. The next
lmeeting will be election of officers.
In the absence of the lecturer, Mrs.
Stillwell, Mrs. Wesley Strut put on
the program. Lunch was served
later by Mrs. Erickson, Mrs. 0.
Meals, Edith Foster and Lawanna
Gerber. Later dancing was enjoyed.
Kenneth Baker of Nampa, Idaho
is making an extended visit at the
R. Lanning home.
Arlie Glassner. a student in the
barber school in Spokane, arrived
home Tuesday for a few days' visit
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. c.
Glassner. .
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Benson and
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Sherry were
Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Wallace Preston on the High
lands.
Mr. 3110 Mrs. Bud McCarty and
daughter, Betty, visited in Pendle
ton Saturday.
Dan Kuh, who has employment in
Toppenish, spent the week-end with
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kuh.
’ Mr. and Mrs. Jess Lande and
Mrs. Ernest Sherry visited in Wal
la walla Wednesday.
Ernest Johnson left Wednesday
for Tacoma. »
Mrs. Helen Crosley of Yakima
spent the week-end with her par
ents. Mr. and Mrs. Livingston“
The Finley-Hover Teachers at
tended the Teachers Institute in
Yakima Thursday and Friday.
Ida Johnson was a week-end vis
itor at the home of Marie Beall.
Mr. and Mrs. Jens Lande, Midge
Sherry and Stella Johnson were
Sunday dinner guests at the W. M.
Paulson home.
, B. Slocum made a business trip
to Paterson Monday.
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giving swiflor, safer, finger-tip gear-shifting!
Now you can shift gears with the flick of a finger—
with only a fifth of the effort formerly required—with
your hand always safely close to the steering wheel!
Simply touch Chevrolet’s Perfected Vacuum Gear-Shift
"the magic finger that shifts gears”—and a hidden
mechanical servant called a "vacuum booster” supplies
eighty per cent of the shifting efl'ort! Available on all
models at slight extra cost.
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1o! Walla Walla visited at the Hat--
‘old Witham home Tuesday.
; Albert Piert, who has employ
‘ment in Toppenish. visited at his
home over the week-end.
We wish to thank the ladies of
Finley, who so generously helped to
make the Finley Ladiw A'id Food
and Rummage Sale -a succas on
October 22. We also thank Mr.
Theo. Reese for the use of the room
in his building in which to hold
our sale—Clara McCarty, Pres.
PICKED UP
-AROUNDTOWN
Martin Garber remarks that milk
provides almost every type of
nourishment the body needs, giving
us 46 different food substances in
all. ,
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Texas experiments which proved
that it is possible. to change the
flavor of meat by varying the pro
tein portion of an animal’s ration,
also disclosed that it is best to
find out what flavor consumers
want before carrying the experi
ments too far. ‘
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In reading that a child began
smoking when it. was five years old,
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KENNEWICK, WASHINGTON
2.B.Blacksaysthatiswhathap
pens when parents leave matches
lying around within reach.
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Penney Fur-ell declares. "There
isn't enough to some of these tel
lowswhothinktheyanegoodplfl-
idential timber in make a good
hatchet handle."
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‘ This machine age! One modern
imachine for making electric lamp
bulbs can,turn out 500.000 bulbs 8
day—the work of 500 glas blow
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With the fair in the an, New York
is called the “State that has every
thing" by a publicity bureau. It
may be remarked of New York City
that it has often been said to have
too many of a number of things!
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“Next to a pretty face and form”
says Clyde Higley, “the most at
tractive thing a girl can have is a
rich father.”
Mrs. Achsah
MASTERS
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Coun ty’ School
Superintendent
GRADE SCHOOL NEWS
A grade school paper is now being
edited by the sixth grade. The staff
‘of the We Wisdom is as follows:
Editor. Dalma Duffy; assistant
Editor. Billy Pratt.
Miss Mains' room wrote original
stories about “The Midnight Prowl
er." This is the first story for the
class story book.
‘ The sixth grade girls have form
ed a Service Club. The purpose of
the club is to render help to an of
the teachers. and to create a re
sponsive attitude within the minds
of the girls.
The officers of the club are: pres
ident, Mary Ellen madman; secre-
VOTE
M. N.
H UD N A LL
County
Commissioner
RAY GILCREST
DEPUTY comm: TREASURER
Democratic Nominee
‘ For
COUNTY
TREASURER
, ' ELECT
Etta J. Hillman
15 Years’ Clerical
Experience
Democratic Nominee
for
COUNTY CLERK
'ury.DelmDutty; tau-mm. Irene
Pace. Illa Mall is their club
‘m.
It Isn’t necenu'y in so to o
high echol or college to get the
heel spirit of footholl. We hove lt
lo the third grade. When Jimmy
Donahue brought his football to
school the boys in Miss 'l‘hole's
room challenged the boys in Miss
Zerho's room. Pep clubs were
tormedhythegirlsoteochroom
and games are phyed every recess.
So In the Me‘s hove one some
to their cnedit and the Zer‘ho's have
also won a some.
RODNEY M. TRAVIS
mm mm For
COUNTY CLERK
The Yakima. Valley. MIMI
in the nation's agriculwre. needs
a congressmen. who know! ebout
raising. shipping and marketing
term crops. It should have a
representative who will com
mand respect and whose voice
will carry weight in the nation
el eepltel. M Miller meets
these quentleetlons in personal
ity. in Judgment and business
experience. Let's make the Yak
lma Valley 9. power min in
Washington. D. C.
Vote For
HARRY
FORSYTH
Republican
Candidate
COUNTY «
TREASURER
Experience :: Went
Re-Eleet
For Her Second Term
Ethel Van Syclde
County Superintendent
of S‘ehools
Frank Miller
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Thursday. October 37. u
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Mark M. Mom
Republican Cum 3:
REPRESENTATIVE
Active in district 29 yeau,
Served three terms in imam
It Elected Will Strive to.
Protect Social Security H“
by improvement in in m a.
ministntion.
Keep gas tax for I:l3th
.Continue Predotory Alumni on
trol.
Commence construction of I“
Bonk Highway from lemma
Kennewick and PM.
Improve Educational mm
mm district to: W 1.-
reocntotion.
Improve whom 01 h
products
Unburden busineu end m
industriei developmm.
Avoid incieue in has by ..
motion or mute and mm d.
ticient “minim
Ken E. Serier
Democrtic Candidm
. For
Prosecuting .
ATTORNEY
D. w; NEFF
Democratic .=
Nominee For ‘ ;
Representative
VOTE FOR ' I
I c. E. DUFFY. |
County Assess“:
For

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