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The Kennewick courier-reporter and the White Bluffs spokesman. [volume] (Kennewick, Wash.) 1938-1939, November 03, 1938, Image 7

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Vfl
° ders Are
my Harvesting
Various Crops
..‘:Wmchiand. although
' fl wumngton's smaller towns.
newton-the past month one or
I; “my. Richland’s coopera-
M is busy with a crew of
a". local men and women can
“ 11l {all crop of spinach.
w W, KIWI!" m
fl W, has Just completed
. Mag of his large crop of
‘_ W and Winesap apples. Mr.
W employed a crew of about
{“41” for the put three weeks
% M med out 12,000 packed box
.‘.wlefi which were of the tin
“ W and size grown in the
IW' ur. Erickson owns and op
” his own packing shed, and
fl "u- many local people look
W to the work which his en
“ affords.
‘3 mar beet growers of the
w have been hauling their
W beets to market. The indus
mugnew one in thevalley but
w a. prospects of being one or
W best payins ml”-
} m are several large fields of
W m the valley which are also
till! harvested at this time.
wad. for the past rive years,
”received many new settlers (ram
:10 Nut-stricken states. Ne-
I ah. masouri and Oklahoma and
u". with an exception of a very
u. .n have established perman
m names here, and state that peo
pe in this valley do not realize or
gmedlte what a fine valley we
m, The long growing season,
mug soil and abundance 01 irri
”tion water afford one of the finest
mum: in the United States for
manned farming.
Twelve members from the Rich
“ Women’s club attended
Went day at Benton City
may. Mrs. Vic Nelson gave a.
m. There were also three
gunners trom the Social Hour club
m
In. Earle Jones. Mrs. Sydney
m Mrs. I". 1.. Watson, Mrs.
l- mcey, Mrs. B. Gray. Mrs. 0.
mt, Mrs. P. White and Mrs.
n. 8. Stevens attended a bridge
Moon at the home of Mrs. Sam
mum in Pasco Wednesday at
noon.
‘ It. and Mrs. Eagle Jones, Mr. and,
In. P. Schireman, and Mr. and
m. H. Copeland attended a dis
“: meeting or the American Le
” held in Yakima Wednesday.
The Gleaner Class or the Meth
odist church were entertained Wed
“ evening at the home or Mrs.
G. E. lucClendon.
John Dam. .Mr. and Mrs. Fred
White and Mr. and Mrs. Earle~
m were visitors in 'l‘ieton Sun
”. -
Kr. and Mrs. A. Hackney spent
he week-end in Richland.
lps. George Tattle, who has been
mm her home for the past three
weeks. is improving slowly. Her
m, Mrs. McCright, of Spokane,
amethisweektobewithherdur
in her illness.
Mr. and Mrs. Sydney Relton
and Mr. and Mrs. Earle Jones en-
Mined Saturday evening at the
Jam home honoring Mr. and Mrs.
11. 3. Stevens, who are here from
We Bridge visiting old friends
and relatives.
Ilr. and Mrs. Maurice Compton
Ind daughter of Tacoma, are visit-
Iu at the home of Mrs. Compton's
wants, Mr. and Mrs. Sherman
My. ‘
Mr. and Mrs. F. White, Mr. White
had and Kathleen Muncey attend
edthefootbau game in Pasco last
may night.
Leonard George and Harry Ehren
nun who are picking apples at
mu. spent the week-end 1n Rich-
Mixed Fruehiing, who is stationed
It 8 CCC camp at Mt. Rainier,
has been visiting his parents this
week.
huren Cramer o! Roseburs, Ore”
“find his parents this week. '
In. William Larson underwent
I major operation at the PBBOO
Imilitia! Monday. Her condition is
"Ported as being favorable.
Helva Hartung leit this week for
Ylkhna where she entered Business
Ilr. and Mrs. Delbert Avery or
Paco. visited at the 3100le
home Wednesday evening.
The 9.lde Women's club will
BEN KNOX
Democratic Candidate For
ASSESSOR
ihold an all day meeting at the club
rooms Thursday. All members are
requested to be present and bring
a sample of their favorite quilt block
as the club plans to make a quilt
yand the pattern will be selected
from samples of blocks turned in
‘Thursday.
Geraldine Dam, who is attending
Cheney Normal, spent the week-end
iin Richland.
Literary Club will meet Nov. 3
atthehomeoeraßayßosewith
Mrs. E. Peddicord and Mrs. L. G.
Mimcey assisting.
Mrs. Marvin Sheen and son. who
have been visiting in Spokane at
the home of Mrs. Sheen’s mother.
for the past two months. returned‘
home this week.
Mr. and Mrs. John Dillon and‘
daughter of Zillah. spent the week-‘
end visiting at the Harry Dilion‘
home. ‘
The Lutheran Ladies Aid met
Tuesday afternoon at the home of
Mrs. John Weidle.
Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Johnston spent
the week-end in Portland.
Mr. c. Wetheral returned home
Tuesday from Seattle where he vis
ited Mrs. Wetheral. who is in the
Swedish Hospital in Seattle receiv
ing treatment for an injured back
which she received when she fell
from a porch at her home.
Mr. and Mrs. ,C. W. Russell and
family of St. Johns, Wash., visited
this week at the home of Mrs. Rus
sell's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. Dra
per,
Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Griffith left‘
thisweekforamonthsvisitinthe‘
east.
Mrs. Loyd Berry is visiting in Se-‘
attle. \
4-H Club Members
Entertain Parents
at Masquerade
WESTERN HORSE HEAVEN—
Mrs. E. H. Mcßee and son, Clin
ton entertained the local 4-H group
and their parents, about 30 guests.
a a Halloween party Saturday night.
The guests were masqueraded in
keeping with the season. Games
were played many fortunes told and
a feature of the evening was the
burning of a witch. burdened with
the faults of the party members, on
a large bonfire. Refreshments of
Halloween sandwiches. pumpkin
pie and cocoa were served at the
close of the pleasant evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Tyacke.
Charles and Virgil Tyacke and
Bernard Cable came down from
Yakima to spend Saturday and Sun
day at their respective parents’
homes.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Tomaske, Mrs.
Rodney Travis, Mr. and Mrs. Ed
ward Tyacke visited Sunday at the
W. C. Travis home.
Mrs. Edward Eyack and Mrs. Guy
Travis attended the meeting of the
Benton County 4-H Leaders Coun
cil held Friday at the Extension of
fice 1n Kennewick.
Mrs. Hans Smith,_ Marie Safford
and Elmer Smith were luncheon
guests Thursday of Mrs. Helga
Travis: the occasion being Mrs.
Smith’s birthday.
Mr. and Mrs. W. 0. Travis were
visitors in Yakima last week for
three days. .
Bernard Schmidt returned home
last week from zmah, where he had
been employed for a few weeks.
As there have been several fair
rains. the majority of farmers are
seeding their fall wheat, a few are
through and some are just begin
ning. The weather is still threat
ening more rain.
Opal Goshorn and Lotus Rourke
of Prosser were week-end guests of
Dorothy Boyd. Dorothy Burke Vll
ited Merle May Morgan, all attend-
Which
Road?
FRXIEK
MILLER
America is at a fork of the roads. Your
votes next Tuesday will help decide which way we
shall go.
Ontheleftwehavebeenshownrainbowsof“abtmd
ance.’ and mirages of perfection. But now. after six years.
the rainbows seem farther away than ever. And before us are
mountains of extravagance. washouts of broken promises and
detours of experimentation which surely lead to the desert of
bankruptcy and chaos!
To the right runs the way of debts honored, prommes re
deemed and extravagance curbed. Let us keep on. improving
this road. straightening curves. easing grades. bridging low
spots for the less fortunate. as we have been doing since 1776!
This is the AMERICAN highway! Along it we have gone far
therinhumandecency andprogressthananypeopleenearth
ever went before.
To me, a newcomer in politics, this campaign has been a
wonderful experience. lam deeply grateful for your kindness.
and for the fine new friendships I have made. More than
ever I have faith in the final judgment of our people.
IE
Keep totho
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thenorneyechmldthome.
TheQ-Hclubmeetlngwhlchm
scheduled for NOB. 19 has been
postponed until Nov. as end will
beheldatthenanellehome.
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minedondmaderepunlncenenl.
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week at the home of his brother.
H.B.Benandta.muy.
Grangers Enjoy
1 many
} WESTERN. HORSE HEAVEN—
The potluck dinner at the Grange
hail Friday night and which tea
tured deer meat, was a very en
‘joyable affair. Several visitors were
present from Vale, Richland and
Locust Grove granges, as well as
some local non-members. Mrs. c.
Henson, lecturer. presented an in
teresting program. Roll Call of
current events, singing, games and
a spelling bee. The Juveniles also
held a meeting with Mrs. Hugh Bell
in charge.
Mr. and Mrs. Forbes Man of
Santa Anna, Calif, arrived Thurs
day evening at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Guy Travis for 'a short visit.
Mrs. Freeman is a niece of Mr.
Travis, and a daughter or Mrs.
Maud Travis Benson, who will be
remembered by a number of the
older settlers, as Mrs. Denson spent
‘her childhood here. Mr. and -Mrs.
‘Freeman left Saturday to return to
their home.
j Mr. and Mrs. w. 0. Travis went
to the clinic in Yakima Wednesday
oflastweekasMrsTravishasbeen
in poor health for several months.
They returned home Saturday even
ing.
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Travis and
family and their houseguests. Mr.
and Mrs. Forbes Freeman, went to
Yakima Friday and spent the at.
ternoon and evening with m. and
Mrs. Louis Tyacke.
A good representation or the local
4-H Economics club attended the
Achievement Day program and ex
hibit in Benton City Saturday. Mrs.
J. Tomaske and Mrs. Chester Hen
son were chairmen of arrangements
for this club and arranged a very
attractive display of work accom
plished this year. Several articles
were given special mention by Miss
Lowry, specialistrrom Pullman. The
exhibit from the Country Gentle
man was mostly interesting and
worthwhile. Among those attending
from this locality were Mrs. Z. Per-'
:rault, Mrs. Frank Smith, Mrs. E. H.
‘Mcßee, Mr.‘ and Mrs. J. Tomaske,
‘Mrs. Chester Henson, Mr. and Mrs.
Dennis Henson, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh
Bell and family, Mrs. Ada Tyacke
and Mrs. Guy Travis.
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Roberts,
Mr. and ‘Mrs. J. Tomaske and son.
and Verne Borden were dinnd
guests last Wednesday of the Hugh
Bells.
Mr. and Mrs. I. 'r. Fouch and
daughter, Helen, spent several days
laSt week at the C. C. Goodrich
home in Zillah, returning home on
Sunday.
Elmer Smith returned home from
Okanogan Sunday evening after
spending several weeks with Ron
aid Small and A. Beckelhymer, and
spent Sunday and Monday with his
mother in Prosser, returning to the
ranch Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Nels Bin-khan and
Harry Hadley planned to leave on
Tuesday for Long Beach, Califor-
My lifelong convictions compel me
to keep to the right. I hope you
vfllbewithlne--bntlcononly
askyoutovotethedichtesofyolr
conscience.
grané MIA,
Republican Nominee for
Representative in Congre-
m max WASH.) COURIER-REPORTER
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that traveled from Le Grende to
Pendleton for the Roma-up last
month.
THE MODERN HOME-MAKER
Grandma Knew
' Our grandmothers, who had no
scientific knowledge of nutrition or
cookery, managed by the trial and
error method, to evolve some very
Worthy food' tratitions. Long estab
lished customs of serving fruit with
‘meat have been Justified and found
to actualLv improve digestion as well
asbeingpleasingtothepalate. By
Icarefully checked and controlled in
vestigation, it has been found that
roast pork with apple sauce is more
readily digested than row pork
alone. Salmon with lemon Juice
‘and turkey with cranberry sauce
Wherever you drive next year, your 1939 auto license will attract
attention to Washington’s fiftieth anniversary of statehood. Here Leo
Weisfield of the Washington State Progress Commission and Miss Lucie
Dexter, prominent Seattle society girl, compare the streamlined green
gxd-ggéd “Golden J übilee" license with the first one issued by the stats
The 1906 license ls unlque because. while only certificates were
Issued. the owner of this one painted the numeral: on harness leather
and hung it over the radiator. , ~ a ‘
More than 100 communities are planning Golden Jubilee celebra
tions next year. The historic milestone is sponsored by the Washing
ton State Progress Commission to focus attention on Washington's
recreational. economic and industrial advantages.
Republican Candidate For
REPRESENTATIVE 0F 16th DIST.
30 years legislative eXperience.
Believes in less laws and sane legislation as
a remedy for lower costs, and lower costs will
produce lower taxes.
Written for Women of the Pacific Northwest
1 By AIMEE M. LEWIS
A Wellington In. W W
Streamlined for '39
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clusions reached were that when
apples or other truits 0! similar
food content were eaten with meat.
less hydrochloric acid was required
by the stomach and the digestive
process was both easier and quicker.
So the old rhyme which origin
ated hundreds or years ago—“An
apple a day keeps the doctor away"
—has more thruth to it than fiction.
Aside from its nutritive value. the
‘apple has a therapeutic one as well.
‘The apple not only aids the stomach
in producting hydrochloric acid. but
also supplies minerals and materials‘
to keep the body in the desired aka-1
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0" WE STOP
RAOKETEERING?
YES
Strike control initiative 130
Initiative 130 will stop racketeering and violence . . . end
“quickie” strikes, jurisdictional strikes and sudden strikes
at harvest time . . . stop interference with farmers driving
their trucks to market . . . give time for peaceful settlement
before strike or lockout . . . bring better times for everzbodzi
IOU IDES I" “0" TIE “CRETE“?
By killing “dictatorship.” Under this act no strike can be
called unless authorized by a majority of the workers directly
involved. And Initiative 130 guarantee: worker: the right to
vote by secret ballot. '
This act provides that there shall be no interruption of
employment,tradeorcommerceunlessastrikeiscalled.
And a reasonable 30-day opportunity for settlement must
precede a strikeé—unless the employer refuses to negotiate.
In that case, a strike may be voted immediately. The employer
cannot declare lockout until the employees vote to strike.
IDES I” SIFEGIIII IOIIEIS IICIlS!
Yes! Read the act itself—don't let so-callcd “quotations”
fool you. Intiative 130 does not conflict with the Constitu
tion, Wagner Act or any other Federal or state labor legisla
tion on labor rights. Does not interfere with uniOn member
ships. Workers cau organize and bargain just as before.
Workers on strike can picket, boycott, etc.
“0 90'8““ IIITIM’I'E I”?
This non-partisan initiative is the result of amused public
opinion throughout Washington. The 100,000 signers number
civic leaders, farmers, housewives, business men and workers
—who are fed up with wasteful labor warfare, racketeering
and violence.
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I won: ron *'.':'::.::r.':°l 130 1
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State Supreme Court
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Prom Indian! Ability and Integrity
28 Years Superior Judge
Hu Tried 18,000 Cues
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