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Highlands Men
Attend Meeting
at Walla Walla
Highlands—Jay Perry and Bruce
Lampson attended the Inland Em
pire Waterway's Association in
Walla Walla Tuesday and Wednes
day. Cheaper transportation and
lower electrical power for farmers.{
is the aim oi the association and;
two methods of developing the 001-}
umbia river is suggested, the “slack‘
water" methods or the “open river'"
method. The “slack water" method‘
is accomplished by building a ser
ies of dams commencing at Bonne
ville and extending them to Lewis—
ton. The “open river” method is
much less expensive and much
quicker and the association is draft
ing their year’s plans to this end, to
further the river development and
the army engineers are most anxious‘
to develop the entire river. 3
- The next Kennewick Highland
grange meeting will be held at the
Highland club house next Thurs
day evening, October 28th.
~' A very interesting program is be
ing planned to include Hon. Knute
'Hill as the main speaker of the
‘evéning. In addition, the lecture
=hour will be givpnover to honoring
the parents in the grange. Prizes
will be given to the oldest and the
youngest grange parent. also to the
person earning. from the largest
family of grangers. Let’s all be pres-‘
cut to honor the parents and to hear‘
Highland children, piano stu
dents 01 Mrs. Jay Soward. who at.
tended the party and recital at the
Seward home Saturday afternoon
were Miss Betty Sonderman, Misses
Rose Mary and Opal Watkins,
Louise Yoshino and Billy‘Green.
A The Highlands club house will
take on a spooky air next Friday
night, October. 29th. through the
use of clever decorations, such as
grinning pumpkins. black cats,
witches and corn shucks, when the‘
Rainbow Girls oi Kennewick will:
give a “old fashioned barn dance.”|
Tickets are now being sold. Hessler's
orchestra will furnish the music. ‘
Mr. and Mrs. O. S. Sullivan 01‘
Juneau, Alaska were house guests
of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Crooks a iewl
days this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Chris Hamptin of
Minnesota were visitors at the H.
EReymorehanelnstweek. ‘
Monday evening. as. ' {
Mrs. E. c. Tweet visited last week
with her sister, Mrs. 3.1:.- Mueller.
in Portland Sunday. Hr. Tweet mo
tored to Hood River. whae'ne‘met‘
Mrs. Tweet and they returned to
their home Sunday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. O. 8. “Sullivan oi
Juneau, Alaska. are rulewing old
this week. They were “first the
m Giles home Tuesday: 111-. Sul
livan is employed as an Internal
Revenue Collector. . ¢
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Zinzer and
tamily have returned milieu-home
in Richland after wetting at the
home of Mr. Zinser's mum.
and Mrs. W. G. Curtis.‘+‘s-e' -r n-w
Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Woods re-i
turned home Sunday Imm ‘ a very
pleasant month's trip spent in Cal-‘
ifornia and Mexico cities. In all,
they covered about 4,000 miles. ‘
E. J. Brand was host to the In-i
quiry Study" Club with a 6:30 din
ner at the Arrow Grill MondayeveJ
nine. Places were laid for _ ten.
Following the dinner, the men Jourm
neyed to the Brand home, where a
program was enjoyed. ‘
, Mrs. Elton Bamsel is reported as
getting along nicely following a
major operation at , Pasco hospital
Saturday morning.
Miss Bertha Doering will leave
this week-end to visit at the home
of her brother. Glen. and wire at
Manson, Washington. a
The Highland ladiea' Bridge club
will meet next Wednesaam October
27th with a dessert luncheon at the
home of Mrs. Bruce McLean.
Ralph Soper left for Yakima.
where he will have employment.
Mr. and Mrs. c. E. Meyer were
guests Sunday 01' Mr. and Mrs.‘
Richard Blaybaugh in Hover.
Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Junsstrum of
Touchet and Lyle Brand of Moxee
were guests of their parents. Mr.
and Mrs. E. J. Brand Sunday.
ms. Anna Van Camp returned
to her home in Martinsdale, Mon
tana last Wednesday after spend
ing the past month at the home of
an old friend, Mrs. Dananhour. This
was their first meeting in a good
many years.
Mr. and Mrs. J. c. Hardy, who.
with friends, have spent the past
month in California. returned to
their home Saturday. They report
a most enjoyable trip.
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Heberlinc of
Colville were here Sunday looking
after business interests and calling
on triends. They visited at the John
Ross and V. W. Drake homes.
Russell Reymore, son or Mr. and
Mrs. A. L. Reymore, left Friday to
represent the local I". F. A. at the
convention being held in Kansas
City. __ _
Mr. and Mrs. M. G. Clark spent.
Monday and Tueesday In Yakima,
where Mr. Clark attended teachers
institute. '
H. C. Decker is still confined to
his home with painful injuries re
ceived in an accident at Pasco
about three weeks ago. ‘
Miss Lorraine Giles, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Giles, 'who has‘
been attending Kinman Business
college in Spokane and who com
pleted her course as a honor stu
det. has accepted a position in the
office of Luzier’s Inc. of Spokane.
m Audrey Slaybaugh returned
to the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. E.
Meyer Wednesday to continue her
school work, after a few days spent
visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Jewel Slaybaugh at Yellepit.
Miss Lucy Helm, spent Saturday
in Pullman, where she attended the
“homecoming” football game.
Mrs. A. M. Young of Seattle is
house guest of Mrs. N. E. Robbins
(Thursday) today and tomorrow.
Mrs. Young is director of the Seat
tle Art Museum and is lecturing
today (Thursday) sponsored by the
Pasco and Kennewick Woman's
Clubs, in the Woman’s club room in
Pasco on the subjects “We Are All
Artists" and “The Making of a
Bronze Statue.” The talks are be
ing illustrated with slides.
Mr. and Mrs. John Kish and
young son of Electric City were
overnight guests at the W. S. Green
home Saturday night. Mrs. Kish will
be remembered as Miss Winnifred
Zindel. Mrs. Martin Zindel ac
companied them to Kennewlck,
where she spent the week-end at the
home of her brother, C. C. Day.
Hamid Foraker, who had two fin
gers taken off by a planing machine
at school last week is getting along
nicely and was able to resume his}
studies at school again this week. {
Mr. and Mrs. Logan Liddle left‘
the first of the week to make their
new home at Umapine, Oregon.
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Foraker and
family motored to Benton City, on
Sunday and spent the day at the
Harry Russell home.
Mrs. c. F. Winkenwerder and
Mrs. W. ‘S. Green were luncheon
guests at the H. W. Withers home
Tuesday. The afternoon was spent
ha tieing a comforter for Miss Lu
cille Withers.
1 Mr. and Mrs. w. 3. Green attend
ed a farewell party given by the
Pinochle club at the Alfred Amon
home Saturday evening. honoring
Mr. and Mrs. George Stradford. who
left this week for the South. They
were each presented a little gift
by the club.
“Grandma” Paraker spent Sunday
at the home of her daughter, Mrs.
Pete Hacker and iamliy.
Miss Lucile Withers of Sunnyside'
who has been seriously ill, is re
cuperating this week at the H. W.
Withers home.
. Mrs. Josephine Leber of Parked
South Dakota, arrived Friday for
her son, G. Lebert and family.
Miss Ella Mae Leibel was a week
end visitor in Spokane last week.
: Friends of Howard Gilles will be ‘
ing along nicely and that he has
again regained the sight of it.
Lyle Brand of Moxee, accompan
-lied by his'mother, Mrs. E. J. Brand.
‘motored to Spokane Friday. Mrs.
’Brand remained over night in Spo
kane, while Lyle drove onto Pull
man to witness the homecoming‘
game which was played there Sat-w
urday. They returned home Satur
day evening.
Dan Smith. who is employed at
Toppenish, spent the week-end with
his family on the Highlands.
was Betty Jean Rutherford is
spending the week at the home of
her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs.
E. P. Story.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Sherry and
son, Donald or Finley, were Satur
day evening dinner guests at the
Wallace Preston home.
Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Preston
were Walla Walla visitors last Fri
day. Miss Dorothy Moore, accom
panied them home and spent the
week-end visiting at the home or
her grandparents. Mr. and Mrs.
Rice and at the home of Miss Trula
Selph. She retin'ned to Walla Walla
Sunday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Shoemaker
will leave this week-end for their
home in Oregon, after spending the
past month visiting friends and rei
atives in Kennewick and aPsco.
Mrs. Eva Chsiiee, who has been
seriously ill the past two months,
house again at this writing. 1
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Lape accompan
ied by Miss Betty Cantzier, visited;
over the week-end in Seattle. On
their way home they stopped at
Yakima and Toppenish to visit rel
1". A. Weltz, who has been a guest
at the home or his daughter. Mrs.
Wallace Preston and family. left
Thursday for Benton City to Vlalt
at the Marlon Warner home.
for Centralia, where she will spend
a week visiting friends. ;
Mrs. Al Morgan attended a
quilting at the home of Mrs. Lottiel
Lampson Monday. ‘
The Les Amies Pinochle club met‘
Wednesday at the home of Mrs.‘
Bruce McLean. Three tables were
in play ‘with high score going to Mrs.‘
Blanch Foraker, second high to
Mrs. Fred Giles and. consoliation toi
Mrs. Wallace Preston. The next
meeting will be held November 3 at‘
the home of Mrs. Fred Gila with
Mrs. Tony Mayer as hostess.
Miss Theo Lampson , and Miss
Norma Berg were dinner guests of
Miss Yvonne Davis Sunday.
Mrs. Dave Blair and baby were
callers at the Lee Boutelle home on
Miss Norma Berg was a house
West or Miss Yvonne Davis Satur
day and Sunday.
Raymond Fry of Yamhill, Oregon
arrived Sunday evening to spend
the winter at the home of his par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. A. 0. Fry.
Miss Schaffner
Becomes Bride of
Bob Schuster
Finley—Miss Margaret Schaffner.
charming daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
A. Scharfner, was united in mar
riage to Robert Schuster. son of Mr.
and Mrs. M. Schuster of East Ken
newick Thursday. October 14th at
the home of the bride’s parents
near Finley.
The service was read by the Rev“
Henry Attenborough of the KenneJ
wick Methodist church in the pres
ence of immediate relatives.
The bride wore blue crepe with
blue accessories. They were at
tended by Miss Louise Schaffner
and George Schuster. sister and
brother of the bride and groom.
After the ceremony. the young
couple left for a short honeymoon
trip to Portland and Seattle.
The bride has lived in this com
munity most of her life and was
graduated from the Finley high
school. She was enployed at the
Twin City Creamery for several
years until she resigned a_ short
time ago. ..
V. The groom is a graduate of the
Kennewick high 'school'and was an
employe of the Twin City Creamery
for several years, having resigned to
take over a. partnership with the
Swift 5; Company creamery. They
will make their home in Kennewick.
'The Finley grange will meet on
Thursday evening at which time
they will give the-hope chest away
and a program will also be present
Floyd Woodruff, Fred Campbell
and Dave Oliver are hunting geese
at Goose Prairie this week.
The ladies aid met with Mrs.
Bernard Slocum Wednesday. 1
Mrs. 1519. Wallace and Gerald Pet-‘
,erson of Spokane were guests of
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Sherry Sunday.
Mrs. Wallace is a sister-ln-law 011
Mrs. Sherry. They went from here‘
to Walla Walla. taking Margie
Sherry, who will visit until Friday}
Ed O’Hare has purchased helr oil
'the Jacobs farm and is building a‘
new house. ' l
The teachers returned Tuesday
evening ftom the institute at Yak-
Mr. Garrett came home from{
Goldendale Tuesday. when he has
been visiting for the past twol
weeks. '
Mr- and 108- Roy Mopalmant and
Glenn Ribbe arrived home Tues-g
day from Kansas, where they went
Calmant’s father. - ‘
Mr. and Mrs. Clint Gunner want
:01qu _W§lla V'ruesday on business.
Mrs. Mule Young i'etumed last
Oliver Johnson. son 0! fir. and
Mrs. Ernest Johnson. who is em-\
ployed at Imquah. stopped over
night with Ihis parents and” on
his way home from Pullman. where
he attended the home-coming cele
bration and football game.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Benson spent
the week-end at Benton City and
from there went on to the teachers'
instttute at Yakima Monday end
Tuesedny. . ~-
Mr. and Mrs. Ewes Sherry spent
Saturday afternoon and evening on
the Blahlnnds with Mr. and Mrs.
Wallace Preston.
Mrs. Ole Johnson and daughter.
Mabel of Pasco, were Finley visit
ors Saturday. Miss Mabel has ac
at Walla Walla.
Miss Leila Kirkpatrick and Miss
Lena Repp, teachers in the grade
school have changed their boarding
place from the home of Mrs. Maine
Young to that of Mr. and Mrs.‘
Harold Gerards. Mrs. Young willl
resume her work as paperhanger.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Witham andl
children are expected home Friday
from Whidby Island, where Mr.‘
Whitham acted; as game protector!
during the deer hunting season. He
farm on his return. .
It's free. It's brand-new. It's dif
ferent. It’s Whom-Hollywood.
See the 1937 cooking school Novem
whenhelaushShearwy. Somuch
time. ‘
Sealed bids will be received by the
Board or County Commissioners of
Benton County, Washington. up to
10:00 o'clock n. In, Saturday. Nov
ember 0. 1937, at the office of the
County Auditor in the Court House
at Prosser, Washington, for the fol-l
lowing equipment: ,
tl”(inc (1‘) actual powered Auto pa-
The bidder must accept a Russell
Auto Patrol as a trade to allowance
on the above named equipment. and
shall state such allowance on the
proposal form.
The Board reserves the right to
reject any or all bids.
Delivery or the above named
equipment must be made within 21
days after the award to the success—
ful bidder.
All proposals shall be in writing
and on the form prepared for the
same, now in the office of the Coun
ty Auditor, and must be filed with
the County Auditor. on or before the
day and hour above mentioned.
Dated this am day of October.
H. E. CHAPMAN, County Auditor
and ex-officio clerk of the Board of
Commissioners of Benton County.‘
Wash. 10:21-28}
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l At the Churches I
suns:- mama am 1
! Rev.Carln.LLueky.Pastar ‘
3 2211:! Sunday After Trinity
Sunday school. at 10:15.
‘ Services at 11:15; “To Him That
Hath Shall Be Given,”
Teachers’ Training Class Thurs:
[day at s in pastor's study. Visitors
1 Confirmands Saturday at 9.
The ladies' aid turkey dinner has
been postponed from Wednesday,
October 27th to . Wednesday. Nov
ember 3. Meet your friends in our
church parlors on November 3. It is
true as has been said: “There is a
10‘ 0‘ religion in a cup of coffee.” ‘
Bible school, 10 am.
1.0115 Smith, general superintend_
Mrs. P. Giard, junior superintend
ent. Classes for all ages.
Sermon, 11 am.
Subject. “Stewardship in a Wy
oming Church." J. A. Pine. minister.
The annual meeting or members
Friday evening. Basket dinner at
6:30, followed by reports of year’s
work by all divisions of church and
Bible school. .
- Charles .w._Cmtt .
Sunday school, 10 am.
Morning worship, 11 am.
Young people’s meeting, 6:45 pm.
Evening service, 7:30.
Mid-week prayer meeting. parson
age, Wednesday evening. 7:30.
The local young people's society
has accepted an invitation of the
Grandview group for a Hallowe’en
party on Friday. October 29th.
rmf Henry_———VM"—
Rev. B. Attenboroush. minister
Sunday, October 24th. Sunday
in attendance at Sunday school?
Whet religious training ere they
getting? These are very important
queetim' Weshallbegladtohelp
the religious instruction of your
iio’clock. Ihemorningworehip.
A dignified en}! worehiptul service
‘conductedby thepestorwith spec
6:30 pm. Junior League in .the
‘erlhip offline Burdett. A new or
genimtionthetpromieeetohe In
tending end inmmtiei to high
7:15 pmlvmingwotehlp. We
,ahould like to see more people It
oureveningegm mnemo
ieiettorttob‘e' nextßundey.
FORflALl—m-flnut driving and
‘OB. W mm m .bunn.
heater hose, Pregame. batteries. Let
us prepare your car tor winter driv
ing. Winks Motor Parts. 30c:
Accordlon’ ' \
Players— '
A. m we Inn has numb
m the m of. a neoc
nlnll mm mm.
In». Albert m of Bullo
-BNO tame, who will M the
amnion. He will be halo every
WM, to M this not
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stop at the mm: mm atom
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Don’t Delay - Now Is the
" Time to Act
Music and Electric
New Chevrolets
to be on Display
This Saturday
A. A. Andemon. head of the local
Chevrolet Company and members
of his sales and service departments
returned Saturday from Portland.
where they attended a Dre-showing
of the new 1938 Chevrolet and heard
the plans and policies for merchan-‘
(using the new product. 5 a
The most modern methods of
merchandising were presented.
which we will employ during the
coming year, Anderson explained;
“Advertising and promotional pro
grams, in wmch newspaper saver-J
tieing plays a major part. were alsoi
outlined. as were splendid educa
tional programs on service and
management. i
“We feel that next Saturdalh Oct
ober 23, our announcement day. will
able us to sell more ears than ever
before. even more than during eith
er of the pm two years, years in
which Chevrolet sales records have
been shatteredfi'
Real close-up of home news due
November 1. 2 and 3 in screen lined
entertainment. presented by The
Courier-Reporter in the Liberty.
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EXTRA LARGE mam—dais.“ to me fuel.
CORRECT PIEAT DISTRIBUTION—for Mung and baking success.
Come in and u: this big, beautiful
range at a price you
cm vfiord
Washmgton Hardware
89° Fu rmture Company
m 3 WM "00¢ ’9 P”
and. MW: .1” 1”” W
at seven cent! 90911- W D“-
r'oa sans—oo Rhode Island Red
pallets m to my. Cheap 1'0?
cash. mm! DIM!- 30““ 3' Km"
newiek. 80-319
peremtpuml’ennoflat a. W“
saving to 370“- Invmo WI
norm-puts. 3°“
FOR SALE—I 2 head ewes and 12
mm See 0. 8. Hughes. 6 miles
west on River Road mghway- '
DR. H. C. CURRY. the Seattle eye
sight specialist, who has made
professional visits to Kenneflc" for
27yearsandlsknown torsoodop
tion! work at reasonable PM will
again be ot Hotel Kennewick Mon
for one day. Eyes ”mm
glasses made to fit each eye. 30°
STRAYED—One Guernsey warm
beau-. 8313! test to: in debt 0”-
I. M. Simon. Route 1. 8&1an
Washington. ’
men CONTROL—Operates rroxp
110-volt line. adjustable“ current.
cost less then so a month to .opufle.
guaranteed. Price $2.75. M. 1".
Glasow. Kennewick. West nish
lands. 319
It’s new—thenlti
mate in smart style
amt. comfort—tho
suit you’ll want for
every and all occu
. sions—theLOUNGE!
. Company
Thu”). October 21. 1931‘
SPECIAL N 01103: Winter 13'
bouzhtuthnksMotorl-‘arts. sot:
mama's Emu syrup and Cold
Capsules. They are sure to give
you relief. phone 271. 30c
VIBGER'B Chest Bub for that bad
cold or sore muscles, phone 271.
STOP in at Vlbber-Guford's for the
original Rexall 1c Sale on Nov. 3.
4. 5 and 6. 30-31 c
'l‘erritory clean-up role of all pi.
anon. both new and used. of the
llofi'mnn Bins. Music Co.. Spokmc,
Wuhintton. Then pianos an be
.leenatthe Puoo Hotel In the build
lng; Inquire at the desk. Sample
planet» dirhtly used pianos. mun
pianos and good used pianos taken
in on new pianos. priced for quick
Inlet. Listednnafewofthemm
sway—3l2s.oo ,o."
max—B6s.oo ”(f .
Small KW 9 no.
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(and used an ample; not u
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loudly, 2 o'clock. an Thursday
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