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her 7. 1937.
“W ﬁTTLE STORIES OF THE WEEK ..., 'me Misses Margaret Hawkins, W wins, Minnie Reese. Therese We, Eva Elefson, and Mrs. liner ,o and Mrs. Helena Evett attended the Business and Professional Wo men’s club banquet which was given by me pasco club at the Pasco Hotel lanky evening. The average man lives 31 years Wm he did in 1800. He has w [3‘ his taxes paid. Im. 0. 0. Button is visiting rela men in Selina. aKnsas. peru’s new highway program is the greatest ever attempted there. The home representatives of the P. 'l'. A. will meet with Mrs. H. E. 00991806 in room 211 at the high ghoul buﬂdinz on Thursday. Octo ber 12. About 75 percent of lowa’s 12,279 public echo]: are the one-roamed null type. ' The East Kennewick Woman’s club will meet at the home of Mrs. M selph on Thursday, October 14, with Mrs. R. H. Smalley as as uunc hostess. In lowa. from 1925 to 1934, flax me higher acreage returns than 'wheet, barley or oats. . It. and Mrs. B. s. Miller arrived 11mm evening from Portland to ﬂuted a few days at the home or that! dimmer. Mrs. Frank Maupm Posture burning destroys humus um Is an inpartant factor in the control of drouth. ' m Nous met at the home of m r. r. We Tuesday with MrS- B. 3. mod m high honors at m and Mrs. Jack Turner low. The number of horses and mules a: Imm of the U. 8. continued to decline 1!: 1936. Mr. and Mrs. Gus Henke returned mm mm from M. Oregon. where they have been visiting with their son George. Housewives 0! Mexico are de main: electric refrigerators 1n mums. . The Plorlculture club will meet on nonday, Octobet u with Mrs. Hat tie Smith. Wages in the Irish Free States In declared to be the highest in Western Europe at present. The Altar Society will hold a cooked food sale at McDonald's my Saturday. October 9. Home Jopanese teas are dyed to unprove their color. ' ‘ The Legion Auxiliary will meet on Wednesday, October 13, at 2 o’clock It the home of Mrs. H. A. Linn. Nutty officials blame careless makers for starting nearly 50,000 tires a year. ' Kilkare club met at the home of In. Glenn Felton this afternoon with Mrs. A. T. Belair winning high honors and Mrs. Floyd Higley, sec ond high. Thirty thousand gallons of cham vlcneareimportedmtothe U. 8. monthly. Amon Mueller returned Sunday morning from Seattle, where he took his brother Frank to enter the uni versity. Walt McCamish. who had ment the week-end visiting in Se attle returned with him. There are $1,900,000,000 worth of ﬁlm- bulllon 1n the United States truism-y. The Dinochle club was entertain ed It the George Stradford home on Honday evening with Mr. and Mrs. ma Whittemore 'as assistant Silly Veate Sez: ”. . . And when we are mar- ﬂed well 39811:! our honey- moon m a V-8.” JJ, "M "‘l’ money With us if ’°“ Wild be thrifty. . I'l C. SMITH MOTOR co, 'Neu I. M Ville Comes GM Service'- M 8 Phone w Mr. and Mrs. Will Mahoney and small daughter of Yakima and Miss Mas Mahoney of Walla Walla stop ped at the home of Mrs. J. C. Ho gan Stmday. Mrs. Hogan returned with them to Yakima, coming back Monday evening. There are a million lepers in China; one to every 400 persons. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Amon and daughter Patsy returned Sunday evening from a hunting trip in Ida ho. ' In 1911 there were only 26 certi ﬂed airplane pilots in the United States. Mr. and Mrs. Emil Albrecht and daughter, Miss Louise, left Tuesday for Pasadena, California, where they will make their home this winter. Emil Albrecht Jr. and family have returned from Rolla, North Dakota and will live on the Albrecht ranch in the valley. . A crossbred sow owned by James I. Irwin, Antioch Ind, farrowed 26 pigs, 23 of which survived. . When the U. 8. called for first airplane bids in 1908 the cost ran from SBSO to $10,000,000 each. The Rainbow Girls held their regular meeting Monday evening at the hall. Following the business meeting it was decided to give a Halloween barn dance on Friday evening. October 29. The girls have been invited by the Pasco assembly‘ to attend a potluck dinner there on} Saturday night. A group of the local girls are planning to take‘ part in the program. ‘1 A woman recently brought to Bristow, Okla. three double - yolk eggs laid by one hen in one week. ‘ Jim Giard, Jack Swayze. Bob Johnson and Frank Mueller are among those leaving last week-end for Seattle to attend the university thtis fall. Soybean meal ranks high as a protein for increasing egg pro duction of hens. Mrs. H. W. Withers, Mrs. C. F. Winkenwerder, Mrs. G. H. Shana i'elt. Mrs. A. T. Belair and Mrs. R. E. Reed were hostesses to a very at tractive one o’clock bridge luncheon in the Masonic hall Wednesday aft ernoon. There were fourteen tables of bridge in play with high honors being received by Mrs. Don Thomp son, second high by Mrs. H. R. love and low by Mrs. John Vibber. ' Oats which have been treated with formalin may be used for stock feed it there is an oversupply of seed. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Kirkman and small son of Hood River visited at the George Peters home while en route to Walla Walla yesterday. Mrs. Kirkman will be remembered here before her marriage as Miss Bess Peters. Mr. and Mrs. George Miller of Genessee. Idaho were business visitors here yesterday and today. They say that everything that goes up must ‘come down but citi zens who pay taxes have their doubts about that. Miss Katherine Eastep was hon ored with a bridal shower given by Miss Mabel Qualley, Mrs. Paul Spreen and Mrs. Guy Lyons at the Spreen home Wednesday evening. As Miss Eastep entered the house she was greeted by the tune of Men delssohn’s wedding march after which Miss Alice Brakel sang “I Love You Truly." Two tables of bridge and one of monopoly were in play during the evening. Miss Vir ginia Carpenter received high card prize: Miss Mildred Wade won hon ors in monopoly. Lunch was served by the hostesses after which Miss Eastep received many useful gifts. Middle-age is that period in a Kennewick man's life when he would enjoy having a good time it it wasn’t so hard getting over it. Mrs. Viola Sheppard of Toppenlsh was a week-end guest at the home of Mrs. Cora McKain. - America is one country in which it is unlawful to kill anybody un less you take several years and do it by nagging. Mrs. C. E; Hillier recently pur— chased a new Chevrolet sedan. Another advantage of vacations is they permit a lot of people to travel around and see what a his country this is. Miss Marian Moore of Connell and Miss Martha Lincoln started nurses training Monday at Our Lady of Lordes hospital in P 3500. Another thing you seldom see around Kennewick is a man all out of breath from running to escape temptation. . . Miss Glee Miller is able to be out after being confined to her home the past six weeks following her re— turn from Spokane. It quite often happens’ that nam ing youth often cooks its own goose. Mr. and Mrs. George Byrd were week-end visitors in Lewiston Mrs. Byrd remained there where she will undergo medical treatments. Experts say potatoes should be putmthegroundassoonaspos' sible after being cut. Mr. and Mrs. R. K. Waggoner have moved this week to Nob Hill. In recent years Virginia has sup plied from 30 to 50 percent of the apples exported from this country. The Rebekahs are entertaining the Odd Fellows and their friends Tues day evening, October 12. The occa sion is the honoring of Miss Marg aret Schaffner with a bridal show er. Fighting of forest fires by air planes carrying water or chemicals has been tried out by the U. S. Forestry service. , Miss Wilma Adair of Spokane, Roy Janssen of Cheney and Bob Rupp or Council were Sunday din ner guests or, Miss Alice Altrogge. In the afternoon the party drove to Walla Walla. The ﬂat-headed apple-tree borer in one of the most serious insect puts affecting fruit and shade trees. - Still another thing you never heard of was a man complaining that his parachute didn’t open. The executive board of the Busi ness and Professional Women’s club will meet at the telephone office on Monday evening, October 11 at 7:30. Any member of the club wishing to attend this meeting will be welcome. The wire of an airplane pilot is the only woman who kglad to see her husband down and out. The Kennewick bridge club will be entertained at the home or Mrs. Ruby Green next Wednesday after noon, October 13. Many of us are thankful for what We have, but how many have ever been thankful for havmg more than they deserve. The Gus Neuman, Emil Albrecht. R. Inna. Al Zamdt and Art Bunsen families and Bertha Simsen and Rev. and Mrs. M. C. Kauth attend ed the mission festival and celebra tion of Rev. L. C. Krug’s 25th anni versary as pastor of the White Bluffs church Monday. Experience is pretty costly. but it is the only thing you have left after everything else Is gone. Income tax collections in the Philippines this year are nearly three times those of 1936. Judge Matt Drlscoll has sufﬁc iently recovered from his recent se vere illness to be able to hold court again. Naturalization hearings were held both in Franklin and Benton counties this week before his court. Two thousands natives were drowned in the recent Mozambique ﬂood in South Africa. Perry Attends Social Workers State Conference Highlands—Jay Perry left Wed nesday for Longvlew to attend the 30th annual meeting of the Wash ington State Conference of Social Workers, which is being held in that city the Bth, 7th and 9th of October. The Les Antics Plnochle Club met Wednesday at the home or Mrs. Henry Paulson. High score was won by Mrs. Wallace Preston sec-0 and high by Mrs. Tony Mayer and consolation prize by Mrs. Frank Lampson. Mrs. Wallace Preston. Mrs. Lottie Masters and Mrs. W. B. Paulson were guests of the club. The next meeting. will be held at the If , . . g MONEY... I a HEALTH .. . ' ‘ COMFORT . . . If you figure your fuel savings, and if - ' your comfort means anything to .you— After a thorough investigation, you ' will come to us for your furnace or air 5 conditioning system. , p: WeseIICOMFORT ' t —not just a heating plant. a D I Maher Sheet Metal Works ‘ 3 Phone 411 - . Kennewick k nub—'Wﬁ TEE KENNEWICK MASH.) COURIER-REPORTER home of Mrs. Bruce McLean Wed nesday, Octover 13th. The A. B. Bishop family. who left last week for the coast. have m fturned and will again make their ihome on the Highlands. Mr. and Mrs. Len Daugherty mo tored to Ritzvllle Saturday. where they attended the funeral of J. R; Smith. Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Green enter tained at dinner Sunday twelve young ladies, honoring their daugh ter, Mary, on her seventeenth birth day. | Forrest Grass has left for Yak ima, where he is employed. L Mrs. Ellsworth Campbell, who un ;derwent a major operation at the Pasco hospital, isreported as con valescing nicely. ] Mr. and Mrs. Joe Nadia received 38. telegram last Friday saying that In seven pound son had arrived at .the home or their son and daugh iter. Mr. and Mrs. c. n. Nadia in [Chicago Mr. Nadig will be re .membered as “Clarence” by many here, as he is a mduate of our lo cal high school. Lee Boutelle, who is employed at the “Bridge of Gods" near Bonne- Iville. spent the week-end here with l his family. Mrs. Leo Constantine of Finley was an all-day guest at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. V. Pry Monday. . Mrs. Floyd Lamb of Three Forks. Montana and Mrs. Claude Matter of Livingston, Montana were overnight guests at the Ed Lupe home Tues day nisht- Miss Lorraine Giles and little Josephine Potts returned to Spo kane Sunday evening after spending the week-end at the home of Lor raine’s parents. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Giles. Mr. and Mrs. Giles and son, How ard motored to Walla Walla Tues day to consult Dr. Books in regard to Howard's eye. I Mr.aners.H.C. novel-dot ‘Seattle, were Tuesday visitors at. the Ed Lupe home. They were enroute _ to Portland. I'VE—Kama attended Masonic 'lodge and dinner in Sunnyside last Tuesday evening. l Mr. and Mrs. Salmon, formerly of the Highlands, now of Tacoma. are visiting this week at the Neilson home. They will soon leave for a. visit in California and from there theywillgoEasttospendthewin— ter in Illinois with Mrs. Salmon's father. The Highland girls “Seamstrees‘ Sisters 4-H Club" met last Tuesday; at the home of Miss Mildred Bill ingsley. Twelve girls were present. A regular business meeting was held after which refreshments were serv ed by the hostess. Mr. and Mrs. W. Felton have re turned home, after an extended va cation trip. Julia Bateman is quite ill at the home of her sister. Mrs. Falgren. Mrs. A. C. Boldt, an old time Highland resident, now of Califor nia,-has been renewing old acquaint ances here the past couple weeks. Last Friday. she was a. guest at the Art Glasow home. Mr. and Mrs. McGillivry of Can ada, who have been house guests at the J. c. Hardy home the past week, left Tuesday morning for Califor nia, taking Mr. and Mrs. Hardy with them for an extended trip. Miss Lucile Withers oi Sunnyside is visiting at the H. W. Withers home this week. W. Galbraeth and son, father and brother of Mr: 0. C. Doering. ar rived Sunday from Odessa, spending the dav at the veering home. Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Drake of Portland left Monday after spend- ing the week-end at the home of Mrs. Damnhour and W. B. Drake. Itisreportedthstsverynice crop of lettuce of approximately 250m3003cres.wmsoonbemdy toharvestinthe Pasco-Kennewick area. Quitea lot otthisaueege israisedonthenighisnds. Mr. Doeringot Davenport is visit ingatthehomeofhisbmtherc.c. Doeringandtamily. Mr.aners.n'edschunemanot PascowereSunday visitorsatthe home of Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Meyer. w.demJ.J.msex-oil'un erton California, arrived Wednes dayandareguestsatthehomeof Mr.aners.E.J.and. 315.811dede side,whohasbeenin8eottiefor sometime preparing for a goiter op eration. has finally tmdergone a successfuloperation.Bheisoonni escing nicely at this writing. Due toherserimiscondition.twoopera tionswerenecessu-y,thetintone beingincompiete. Herbabydsuch terisstayingatthehomeother grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. w. 1". Sondemmmsteadotthecmce Sonderman home as previously stated. Billy Preston was an overnight guestothlsgmndparentsm.and Mlß.W.J.Prestonmdaym¢ht. Edinpeleftl’ﬂdaywlthtnends togodeerhunung. Lesterwbelmal’mﬂandvisu orlastweek. 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