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The Kennewick courier-reporter and the White Bluffs spokesman. [volume] (Kennewick, Wash.) 1938-1939, November 03, 1938, Image 4

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White Blufl's Spokesman
ism 7’ Wxxxn'" ’ , NO. 13
Hallo Ween Party
Features Hayrack
i Rid e 3 Saturday
About fifteen couples, all con
nected with the Bureau of Recla
mation contigent, were entertained
at a Halloween party Saturday eve
hing by Mrs. Ralph Naas. Mrs. J.
Kanester and Mrs. L. E. Weber at
the home of Mrs. L. E. Weber at
White Bluffs. A big hayrack drawn
By a team or mules picked up the
guests and after a wild hayride, they
were taken to the Weber home,
where Halloween panics were play
ed and prizes awarded to the most
skillful. There were present at the
party, Mr. and Mrs. D. Brashear,
Mr. and Mrs.’ Orville Dunham, Mr.
and Mrs. Gordon Fletcher, Mr. and
Mrs. Ellsworth Gullldge, Mr. and
Mrs. George Hanson, Mr. and Mrs.
H. W. Jones, Mr. and Mrs. J.' Kan
ester, Mr. and Mrs. H. Merritt, Mr.
and Mrs. Ralph Naas, Mr. and Mrs.
Paul A. Piper, Mr. and Mrs. W.
Banjer, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Schultz,
Mr. and Mrs. E. V. Showalter and
Mr. and Mrs. 1... Weber.
.Among the out of town guests
who were here for the Hallowe'en
dance were Mr. and Mrs. W. J.
Shelledy, Bob Highiill and Joey
Picatii, an of Yakima.
Mr. and Mrs. Francis Moody and
daughters, Dolores and Ruth. and
Mr. and Mrs. Dorman Hall and sons,
were dinner guests Sunday at the
humor Poshnaster and Mrs. J. E.
We! . '
Mr. and Mrs. Oris W. Brown, of
Walla .Walla, and Arthur Ledwich,
an insurance man, were guests Fri
day and jSaturday of Mr. and Mrs.
L. N. Pry near Allard.
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Ila-enacting the
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Money Saving Specials
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j‘Q-wgmfiriday and Saturday
a,;«.g.white. 3W3 Traéing C”
I LocaLltems
The first Eastern Star card party
of the series will be held at the Ma
sonlc hall in Hanford on November
5. Pinochle and bridge will afford
the entertainment and the members
of the order will furnish a delicious
lunch as usual.
? Mr. and Mrs. .138. Brinkley and
sons, Bill and Hugh Brinkley, ac
companied by Mr. and Mrs. Harold
Calvin, all of Seattle, were guests
over the week-end at the Edmund
Anderson home and while here, en
joyed a little pheasant shooting. .
Dr. and Mrs. W. W. Schwabland,
Mr. and Mrs. S. Ooepek of Seattle
drove over Friday and spent the
week-end at the Matt Wiehl home.‘
They were accompanied by Elroy‘
Wiehl and Fred and George Gilhuly,‘
all students at the U. of W., who]
visited with their parents. The par
ty returned to Seattle Sunday eve-1
1 Wm. Jefferson, sr. and Mr. and
Mrs. Wm. Jefferson, jr., all of Se
attle were in the valley for a little
pheasant shooting on Saturday.
While,here, they were the guests of
Mr. and Mrs. F. A. English.
Matt Wiehl came in the Spokes
man office on Tuesday morning,
stepping high, wide and handsome,
and announced the birth of a nine
pound daughter to County Prose
cutor and Mrs. Lloyd L. Wiehl of
Yakima, on Monday, October 3181:.
Both mother and child are doing,
well, but we are worried about Matt.‘
11. M. Jones who recently pur-j
greasing nicely with the remodel
ing of the house on the ranch and
the building of a substantial addi
tion. ,
{- And while we are talking of im
mrovements, the Keller house is
‘nearly ready for occupancy, the W.
J. Jenkins garage and apartment
‘is rapidly nearing completion and
‘Otis Skelton is practically doubling
the size of his house by the addition
of one of the Settlement housese
purchased at the recent sale. .
Ffrancis Moody, ‘ who has been
packing apples at Chelan Falls dur
ing this season, spent Sunday with
his family at White Bluffs. He re
turned to his work Monday and
expects to be there at least a fort
night longer. --
Mrs. Richard Stevens will be the
guest speaker at the meeting or
the. Woman’s Club on Wednesday.
November 9, reviewing one of the
new books. The meeting will be
held at 2 in the Lutheran church
assembly hall.
At the business meeting of the
club October 26 it was decided to_
give a husband‘s party on'the eve-
.ning of November 15. The featured
entertainment will be a potluck sup
per followed by pinochle and bridge.
A rummage sale. to be held some
time early in December, ,to raise
_iunds for the purchase of the new
club building, was also discussed.
Of interest to some of the young
set of White Bluffs is the following
item taken from a recent Arlington
“Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Peniaim an
nounces the marriage or their eldest
daughter, Hazel, to Charles Beavel.
son oi Mr. and Mrs. H; c. Scovel or
Maryanne, Wash., on Saturday,
October 15, at the residence oi’.the
officiating clergyman. Rev. B. B.
Bessel], in Everett. The couple was
attended by Mr. and Mrs. Thds. Des
pres. The bride wore a dress of
blue chiffon overvbiaek, with bolero
and mines. corsase of rosesand
lilies of the valley."
Charles was a graduate of the
‘White Bluffs high school in 1933,
‘and took a prominent part in ath
lietics. His many friends here wish
the young couple very happiness.
Dr. P. 0. Stone
I 011. in King Bldg, Phone 1631
In White Bluffs
Every Tuesday
The Annual Red Cross drive will
begin on Armistice Day and last to
Thanksgiving, as usual, and all are
urged to Join. William Schroeder of
Yakima was in town Thursday mak
ing necessary amusements for
someone to take charge of the work
in White Bluffs.
We are sorry to announce that
the surveying crew that ins been
running a section of the line from
Bonneville to Coulee Dam. were
)transrerred from here Tuesday
morning, to place probably near
ISalem, Oregon. The crew consisted
of a fine, friendly crowd of young
men and will be greatly missed by
local residents. 0. C. smith right
time longer.
0. CMcCormick of Spokane, Ag
ricultural Agent for the C. M. 8; St.
P. was in White Bluffs and Hani’ord
on Thursday last.
Mr. and Mrs. Emil Wagner and
family were visitors at the home or
Mrs. Wagner’s sister, Mrs. Glenn
Beatles of Thorpe for the past
week. .
The weather man must have slip
ped up some way. On the Edmund
Anderson ranch there are about a
dozen pear trees in full bloom.
Rey. and Mrs. M. L. Anderson are
visiting a son in Santa Clara, Cali
fornia and may remain in that state
for the winter. ' '
Mrs. Ida M. Craig is in Yakima
with her granddaughter, Mrs. Wm.
Williamson, who has been critically
ill, but who now is showing some
? Hallowe'en has come and gone,
‘and now the own can pick up its
scattered (I mean scattered) be
longings and settle down in peace
for another year. The usual win-'
dow soaplnzs and sign Scattering is
still much‘ in evidence; but so far
liclous mischief
Shaun Kelly left Saturday for
Walla Walla, where he will enter
the Veterans' hospital for medical
treatment. __A '
Bt. M's Lutheran
Bevan c. m: hum-
Bunday school, 10 am.
Divine services, 11 an. .
Bible study, 8, pm.
Childrens’ Bible study on Satur
days at 9:00 am.
You are cordialy invited to at
Are the Most Importahl: For thg Taxpayer I
Remember how carefully our present officials have hroughtflus thru
these times of stress not only conducting the offices in' the most «satisfact
ory and economical way but at the same‘ time greatly reducing the old' in
debtedness carried over from the (former regime. _
BEN KNOX jl< ' _ |
. FOR BfiERESENTAMEEand for. all that :53:th 9w
. Wand mafia-hwyfith‘the WWfion;
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m We: (wasn) comma-mourn
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FOR ASSESSOR, ,by the careful management of this office has
saved the County sl7,2Bß.oo'and' at the samefim'e given this of
fice the most efficient service it has ever had.a-Wth. ould anyone
’ even consider a' change to an "inexperienced inan for- no better
reason than politics.- ' . _ s _ ' '
, .FOR TREASURER, has ,-had four years’experience in this most
' important office as deputfi' treasurer. We all'know the very sat
‘isfactoryway-he has fulfi ed his-duties. " Why-consider returning
this office to its former careless and costly management. -
FOR COMMISSIONER, needs norecommendation for this posi
tion to the many who haVe known him in this district. For the
past 30 years he has been the friend of the farmers and business
men and through many trying experiences has proven his worth
and' ability in every way. While successfully managing a large
‘ lumber yard and with his son' operated a 70-acr'e irrigated ranch,
has given freely of his the on the irrigation board and many
other civic matters.
The four years his opponent served in this office put the county
many thousands of dollars in debt—let’s not return to such ex
MRS. VAN SYCKLE for Supt. of Schools and MRS. HILLMAN
for County Clerk, are both experienced in their work and entitleci
to re-electlon. .
SHERIFF RICHTER and FRED KEMP, Commissioner; all have
Such good records theyarewithout opposition.
Thursday. odiober 27. 1936
. The - .
Editor” Staff
Editor ..._.._.“Ularene Anderson
Ass't Editor __.__John Sigurdson
Columnist _‘____uary Siam-dam
Senior Rep. ____Auoe Roberts
SpOrts Rep. __an Coddlng
Jr. Rep. ______..Betty Burns
Soph. Rep. __.zmmbeth Keel
Freshman Rep. _.Clara Hinderer
Sports Rep. __. Burton Goddlng
Typist _.______Jack Gnhuly
The White Bluffs high school ex
tends its thanks for the Halloween
party given in its honor Monday,
October 31. The party was very
successful from our point of view
party held our interest from the
time the' ghost led us in until the
delicious supper was served. We
hope the Hanford student body will
attend our next party which will
probably be given by the editorial
staff and we’ll try to give them as
' The White Bluffs students report
ing a good time at the Hnnford
party—Some people must have en-
Joyed Halloween judging from the
looks of our lawn—Where did B. B.
8: L. disappear to Monday night?—
Bud proving an able broncho bust
er Sunday—Nobody liking last Tues
day’s rain—The play is distrubing
Miss Johnson so that she can’t
sleep—Several students enJoying
the Vex-nits party last Friday night
—Betty R. acquiring a new nick
name—Turn ' the fog lights or!
Hazel—The. ng‘me, Reiatiom girls
setting excitedwver the may they
are going to g’i'véTHeuoween spirits
making telephonefbooths very handy
to school, Students endulging in
singing, yelling on the bus on the
way to Mord—What! Is Miss
Johnson afraid of a. mouse?—“Coast
weather” in W.‘ B. Tuesday—Marie
an smiles again—Don't tax-get the
play Friday night. everybody come.
A speaker from Nome. will be
here on the evening of November
9th, to explain the Thirty Dollar a.
Week pension plan for unemployed
people over fifty years of age. There
will be a meeting tint eveMng at
the Grange Benito which the pub
lic is cordially mind. '
Library to Receive
l New Books Soon
The Halloween dance given by
the library committee of the WO
- Club. while not so well at
tended as had been hoped. was a
lively affair and, all reported a-good
time. It was regretable that thru
a mix-up of dates, there were other
’partim slated for that night that
\helped to cut down the attendance.
However. a nice little sum was net
ted, which will be expended for
books and magazines for the White
Bluffs Library.
The many friends of W. A. Barnes’
who has been quite seriously ill for‘
learn that he seems to have improv-
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ed to such an extent that he will
shortly be sitting up.
0. O. Bunneil 0! Yakima was a
business visitor in White Bluffs on
Tuesday or this week.
An impromptu fax-well party
was given for the Bonneville crew
at Liberty Hall Sunday night of
the show. by the many friends they
have made here.
the home of his daughter, Mrs. A 1
Zamdt, at Kennewlck, on Thursday
and Friday of last week.
Fred D. Kemp. candidate for
County Commissioner of Second
District. was in White Bluffs Tues
;day, in the interests of his cam
' Pro Musica will meet Monday
night, Nov. 7th, at the home of Mrs.
E. J. O’Larey. A pleasing and in
teresting program has been planned.
Hamid Willmsen of Richland. was
in White Bluffs Tuesday. in the in
terests of the Columbia and Okan
ogan Nursery of Wenatchee, for
which he is representative in this
part of the valley.
D. J. Hazelwood of Spokane on
Tuesday joined the crew of the U.
8. Bureau of Reclamntion.‘ with
headquarters at White Bluffs. The
crew now numbers about thirty and
more are expected shortly.
The John Lindbad Post. American
Legion, is giving its regular dance
on November , 10th, Armistice Eve.
at the Community Hall in White
Bluffs. Good music dim av good time
is promised. A luncfi'or pie and co!-
fir. and Mrs. fiéifil‘mfip and
children. left Tuesday for their
home in Monroe. Wash.
was Nellie Davis, of Wheeling.
West. Virginia, is making an ex
tended visit at the home of her sis
ter. Mrs. Oliver Rousseau.
Ken E. Serier. lawyer. in White
Bluffs Tuesdays and Saturdays at
each week. Phone 172.
HA N F 0 R D
. Edward Worby of Wells Walla
Hsnfond. Benetumedtohishome
school entertained the White Bluffs
student body and tacuty at o Bal
loween party Monday evening in
thegym. Gsmesweneplsyed and
dancing was enjoyed by the stu
dents with music furnished by radio.
Miss Ruby fine:- and H. 8. South
and Louis were in Kennewick on
The date of open house in the
local schools has been changed
from Wednudsy to Friday. Novemy
\ber 11. Aspecislpmcrsminthe‘
\sieal selections and other man:
school children is invited to w‘
Educational and teetnre films one
being scheduled tor every other Fri
day afternoon. The educational
[and teamre films will be almi
The first one. an educational film.
2 pm. Admission charges will be
\sc slander“: and 0c adults.
Mr. and Mrs. D. Buckholt and
children. AnnetteandJay.min
Kennewick My.
1 The children in the Intermediate
‘and primary rooms enjoyed a. He!-
loween party Monday afternoon.
Games and contests were held and
later m‘the afternoon refreshments
crccxc.’ cccucc. punch chum—__l
een candies were served.
w Jim and Arthur Purdy returned
na- to be served by the Bantam
, , on “slow
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Strike contro‘lsinitiative 130
[Moo 130 will mp racketeering and mum!
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before strike or lockout. . . bring better times (or 221””
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By killing “dictatorship.” Under this act no «an: en"
called unless authon by a majority of the worbrl M
involved. And Initiative 130 guarantees workerl the fish“
vote by secret ballot. ‘
This act provide: that more shall be no interruptio- “
employment, trade or commerce unless a strike _ii “I“
And a reasonable 30-day opportunity for settlemlfllt "
precede a strike—unless the employer refuses to new
In that case, a strike may be voted immediately. The “Pm
cannot declare lockout until the employees vote to “lib
noggqo. 314 mm! mums RIGHTS! __ M,
Yes! Read the m itself—don’t let so-called “W
fool you. Intiative 130 does not conflict with the Com?"
tion, Wagner Act or any other Federal or state labor 109*
tion on labor rights. Does not interfere with union mall"
ships. Workers can organize and bargain just u 50"”
Workers on strike can picket, boycott, etc.
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opinion throughout Washington. The 100,000 signefl 9"”
civic leaders. farmers. housewives, business men and w
-who are fed up with wasteful labor warfare, ”M
and violence. ‘ ..
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