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gloﬂ2o§3o§ .‘N‘N \p) ) r2B TEN YEARS AG0—1927 E. G. Lape bought the interest of C. C. Williams in the Farmers Ex change ten years ago. The Kennewick Kiwanians were planning to visit the Walla Walla club on Columbus Day. “Scotty” Hamil had murdered his wife and had given himself up by asking W. A. Howe, night. patrol man, to lock him up. John Ferguson service station op erator saved the lives of Clarence Yedica and E. H. McCurdy. The men were trying to start a car when the gas tank exploded and John came to their mcue with a fire ex tinguisher. The B 8; P W club met. for a tureen supper after which Miss Al - Pecar was elected president: Gertrude Gage vice president; Dayl Miller, treasurer and Leone Skeen, secretary. There were 125 cars of grapes shipped out of Kennewick during the season and the average price was close to twenty cents per five pound basket. Kenneth Seder, Whitman fresh man. was announced as one or the pledges by the Beta Theta Pi fra ternlty. The seniors taking part in the play “Happy Go Lucky" were George Broughman. Elsie Turner. Art Car penter, Ethelyn Kltt, George Shep- Dard. Ora Mae Lyon-‘l. Imogene Glascock. Joe' Siegfried, Jr.. Violet Guernsey. Joe Brown. Margaret Crawford. Gerald Campbell. Cecil Boyer and Richard Tuner. The KHS. players defeated Her: mismnctoomepreviousmday on‘ the home field. I TWENTY YEARS AGO—I9I7 The Battery 8 boys of the Wash ington Field Artilery accompanied by Lieutenant I". R. Jeffrey took advantage of the opportunity to spend the week of October 1 to 6 at their homes with their relatives and friends before leaving for Camp Greene in North Carolina. The idea of the holidays was started by local business men who made the ar rangements and the boys received a most hearty welcome. ‘ The Past Noble Grand club was organized at the home of Mrs. G. B. Bhanafelt twenty years ago with Mrs. Charles Conway being elected president of the club. The road crew which was build mg the state road under the super vision 0: Thad Gmsscup was to complete the stretch close to the Grosscup ranch and move my to Mona. The Kennewick club had Installed 41 free employment bureau of its own with a blackboard on which men docking for work could register. Bantu-d Cotman had fallen from ~abaratschoolbteakinghisamfor ~the second time within a. year. The annual Joint teachers insti ‘utute of Benton and Franklin coun ‘(ties was to be held in Kenewick. The institute was being held under‘ mu: FEATHERHEADS MESCAL IKE S’MA'I'I'ER POP— Ah! Now Pop Can Begin, talk-k; The ladies of the Kennewick cem etery association had arranged for a tree planting day. They were ask ing for trees and also workmen to help with the grading of the hill leading to the cemetery. The ladies were planning to serve free dinner to all who helped with the work. D. L. Taylor and W. S. Maddrey were elected into membership in the local commercial club at their reg ular monthly meeting. Charles Col lins manager or the Kennewick Mil itary Band appeared before the club‘ asking for financial aid to keep the} band going. The club voted to pay‘ $lO per month towards the fund for‘ the band leader. J. H. Forman took from his half acre pear orchard of 24 trees 874 boxes of pears and received f.o.b. at Toppenish $3.50 per box. The total receipts or his crop was $3500. The Mountain Gem was to be ehuipped with a new searchlight which would make it possible to run it at night. Ruby Slaughenhaupt and Louise Gravenslund made a week-end trip to North Yakima. The Kennewick Land company had sold the corner at Yakima and second which was a 50-toot front and was sold for 34500. It was ru mored that Otto Hansen was the purchaser. \ Alma Chapter No. 100 of the order ‘of Eastern Star was constituted thirty years ago. The following of ﬂcers were elected: W. M,Mrs. Em menne Perry; W. P. J. 1“. Perry; A. M. Mrs. Madge Both; secretary 0.! Conway; treasurer Mrs. Adah John son; conductress, Mrs. Sadie Con way; assistant oonductress, Mrs. An na Watson; chaplain, Mrs. Emma Sercombe; warden, Prank Emlgh; sentinel, Fred Watson. ' C. staser and O. R. Holcomb had taken the office vacated by C. 0. Anderson and were to occupy it as a. law office. Mr. Staser had over Yo U 4O 0/ SAVE o and still get mm" ' sm' b u.u.. [[ll, ‘l’ ”....1mu um ‘l’ m I] NDERWOOD The KENNEWICK ' COURIER-REPORTER By S. L HUM? the invitation of the local commer cial club. The city council had abandoned the idea of attempting any further improvement of the city streets dur ing the fall because of the car short age it was impossible for W. A. Mo rain to get 011 to finish the contract. However work would be resumed in the spring. THIRTY YEARS AGO—I9O7 ByOnbono ...-Imud _— Showers Are Installed in School Building Finley—New showers have been installed in both boys’ and girls’ lavatories at the grade school. About 150 grange members at tended Booster night at Finley grange hall Thursday evening. Mrs. Ernest Sherry, lecturer, had charge of the program. Mrs. Hattie Erick son was head of the refreshment committee, assisted by Mrs. T. M. Gardner and Mrs. A Schaffner. Miss Kirkpatrick went to her home at Latah over the week-end. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Tiede were Walla Walla visitors Saturday. The nasal spray for infantile par-1 alysis has been discontinued until. further notice. I The eix weeks’ tests are being given at the high school this week. Hem? Jacobs is having a new Wayne meter gas pump installed at the store. The coaches and.referees of the coming basket ball season are meeting in Kennewick Thursday night to make plans for the coming games. Harry Benson, Stanley Stillwell and Dr. Geo. Epley went ﬁshing at Deep Lake over the week-end. Mrs. Harry Benson went to Sun nyslde to visit her parents, accom panied by Miss Lena. Repp. All the teachers and wives of the; River View school attended the Benton County Educational Asso ciation at Kennewick Tuesday eve nine. Mrs. Hattie Erickson was a Walla Walla visitor Monday. Mrs. G. E. Ball and Roy McCal met received word Sunday of the death of their father in Kansas. Mr. and Mrs. Roy McCalmant and Glen Kibbe left at once to attend the funeral. ‘ The Riverview Beneﬁt Club will meet , Wednesday, Octobet 13th at Hover. The Ladles' Aid will hold Its cook ed food and rummage sale Satur- thirty years of experience and Mr. Holcomb over twenty years. OUTSTIIIIIS FEI‘I'IIES o <34:on mumm- OEYB-EASEW ' 0 WWW O wmmm O Numwuuwﬂy GUI-4mm 1 W-LQQME dayintheoldßedathitestore building at Kennewick. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Estes and children returned Sunday from a business trip to the coast. Roy Johnson left Saturday to at tend school at the Ellensburg nor-‘ ma]. 1 Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Erickson re-7 turned home last Thursday after I spending a two weeks’ vacation at Benge Washington. I Bob Turner spent Saturday and' Sunday at Grandview. l The Msses Erma Shula Violet Shula, Marie Real and Dorothy Kuh were dinner guests of Betty and Margie Sherry Friday evening. I Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Sherry spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Preston on the Highlands. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Benson were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mc- Fadden Wednesday night. . Mt. Blrdwell retained 'from Celilo Falls with a truckload of salmon. STRANGE BUT TRUE 2%»?! r——'.—.L/ GAE OI? ﬂ-IE MANY vacuumrﬂes OF we NUMBER MN: Insulate your home. Be comfortable and save fuel. Our insulation is guaranteed for the life of the building and what a vast and de lightful difference it makes in your home. Don’t gamble on quality . . . come to head quarters and get the facts about the best. STANDARD LUMBER CO. V * ﬂ It Takes So Little to Turn Some PeOple’s Heads “ Insulation Time W. J. SKINNER, Manager Ed O'Hau' and family have now edback mwthelechelt house. Mr. and Mrs. Onenleat. pawn“ of Erwin Greenleat. have come out from Centralia and am having u new house built. Social Benefit Club to Meet l O } Hover—The River View social ‘ benefit club will meet at the River- View high school the evening or Wednesday, October 13. , Harlan and Maylln Mills and lSeth Montague attended a. party at INed Cole’s home in Kennewick on‘ Saturday. ‘ The River View high school teach ers attended the Benton County Ed ucational Association meeting held in the Methodist church in Ken newick Tuesday evening. \\ . N§ meuouoa omwcmom - AM“ WW was” ”KW D'l'l'DAm g 7V "-1.9-| 111-369. 01 nun-4-9.02.3 illll-S‘Q-lu‘ min-6*9c I 2345 union‘s-7+9-Inus6 mum-3+9suusn "Inuit-9*9-u-345618 m I mu l-lo'l'9' 113456189 By C. M. PAYNE lunendlntmvaett Mohave moved Into the omm Tucker pmmmeypurchuedreoent -Iy. Mr. and In. Clell Ashby wooin panied net-hen Bimini! to Cook. Washington Holiday. While there they visited Mr. Ashby'a sister. Mrs. Dave Nolan and family. iacvmdmmaomlhrookot unleycauedontuendsmnover Tum. mu Mary Ellen Mutant! of Vancouver spent the week-end at bet-home heme. WATCH FOR THE FIRST ANNOUNCEMENT Tstands for Tiger—a super-sized cat -80 TOUGH that he’d eat you Nowmixthembothupmndmixthemupd AndthereistheaecretofNewGoldenShl - me two on. in one. it's Tough and it" " It cuts Stu-ting War. and how it do“ } Starting causes More Engine W than all the runningmiNewGold‘ Shell Motor Oil is Fast-Flowing ” reducethiswear. . .Tough wit standsthehe'at ofsteady driviM w a . 11.. New Motor on ‘l‘”. ’ ' WATC H THIS SPACE! Starting here next week will be a series of descriptive articles dealing with a product consumed daily by millions . . . a product made entirely by nature from nothing but product. of the soil. Written by one who is nationally recognized as a leader in the indus try. these articles are published for your better understanding of the product and of the interesting pro cesses of its production. NEXTWEEK intwosecondsﬂat! M stands for Monkey- A FAST-MOVING ﬂ When you he sees and He’s already went! TIGER-MONK l Thursday, Ml. I a ’ Mr. and Mrs. Flint and son Beth were an" the B. Slocum home In ﬂ day. Reverend Croft m N we: Sampson Were M the Mk Monm h. needay. Reverend and Mrs. In“ and daughter. Max-u“ tr. worth were overnight, M J. E. Cochran home M“ urdny. accompamed by u: Cochran they "mm b and Coulee Dam.