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WEEK
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E 308113 Gina!
F " Wnr in Europe _.,
m all efforts toward eon
on me part of Great Brit
.“ mace, and even of his any,
of Italy, Chancelim‘ Hit
“ ended weeks of nerve-racking
w by a. swift invation of PO
- stated objectives being
m 0! the Free City of Dan
“and the mush Corridor to the
m See. His move precipitated an
- declaration of War on
5 :yu-t of Britain and France
.13 Gummy, with only a mir
ub- m intervening between the
M three-nation conflict and a
flu outbreak whim may be
-m mm in its effects than
{ified War of exactly 25 years
0 . -
WSW Nunn)
W Roosevelt at once
Mat 3 statement of strict
My nnd ordered a proclama
upmat effect. There is no in
but at the moment that con
y‘. [m be called in extra session
“I Germany by some overt act,
fill the sinking of the Lusitania.
mu American opinion or vio
ru our neutrality. Commodities.
'w ascorn .and wheat; stages
mania! price increases, as did
my lanes on the Stock Exchange
M to benefit horn larger sales
fin:- purposes. While the existing
finality act forbids the expor-
Hm of genial arms and munitions,
lb believed that a amendment to
lihkul be smght by the admin
quon, which failed in this pur
nin the last congress. Even
'.9 Mom 'admtt that the
that o! 'Amerlcan‘ mutton;
in.“ especially. will tend to
m the Eumpgan debacle and
In: ave' both lives and property.
in museum. sentence in the
“dent's radio: “Let no man or
Inn thoughtlmly or 1313er talk
1 America sending its armies to
m fields.” ~- ..
Local Items
no. and Ml 3. Reuben Inn-son of.
MI were week-end visitors at
mmvlcmben home. ;
jlr. all mm. W. 13., Meyers guns.
has at today we: mum the‘
lam days visiting withltnendq
111. In, Hem m be remem-g
Lamina! as the roan—ss% Em-
*- all He Shanafelt and son, Gene
II III: Jane Throckmorton, left
My morning for their home in
Hutu Portland, after spend
fitheput week‘visiting at the R.
'_Rfied bane. ;
lb Valeria. Holcomb of Olympia.
gun the week-end visiting sit-me
ill: of her parents, Mr. and-Mrs.
M. Holcomb. 'r-he lamfly also
M at the home or Vance Hol-
U in Yakima. '
In. P. H. Lincoln enjoyed a
H last week-end of her brother.
h. Rev. J. G. Tougas of Helena,
“In: and two sisters Mrs. Wm.
in of Brainard Minnesota and
In. Benoit of Chicago.
”I! Jeannete Campbell has ac
“ a new position with the 10-
NP. P. 8: L. 00. Miss Betty Dick
h Will take her place as book
:ent the J. c. Penney company
:mm N. 'r. Rider 0: Bpm.
-§m many visitors at the
' . “3 their daughter, Mrs. E. P.
W Mrs. Anderson’s aunt,
$5.01!. Rider of White Bluffs,
a
[5“ ‘1 Friday visitor at her
l:- 0- Pyle returned the first of
AMlrom a motor trip to Al
’“lue. N. M., where he visited
her. Monford remained in the
"an city, where he will abtend
W flu; year.
'5 Helen Sellick, who has been
:”'! at the w. G. O’Neil home
~M Week, left Monday morn
‘W Ins Angeles to resume her
a fihe is a senior at the Un
! Of California.
The Weather
~—
‘9 Dust week's weather records
‘ 'l9 Kennewick district have
hMW normal. as compared
‘ 1‘“ year's records. No unus
th'umom have beer; nits:
'the daily tempera ure -
‘Mng as follows:
. 1938 1939
“ca 1—9652 83-60
lib I‘9B-65 78-52
a”? Lulu-ea 73-55
'“l’ 3—96-66 86-54
“1’ H 2-64 95-50
My 5~75-60 85-60
(9" S4B-61 77-48
'Many‘ Kennewick
4-H Members Are
‘ Contest Winners
Approximately 50 young people
in Benton County participated in
the 4-H exhibits and cantata which
took place at the Prosser am my
celebration. There were twelve clubs
of the county which had individ
ual booth exhibits. A number of
Kennewick club. members receiv
ed prim for their exhibits and Ruth
Gimme-link of the “sagebrush Six"
clumaswinnerinthemeatidmtir
floation contest will go to the state
fair at Yakima. Miss Rae Russel
judged the'gghibits andfienry was
‘ker, state 4-8-elub agent. linked the
contests.
The contest ond exhibit win
ners including Kennewick, Finley.
Hover, Richland, White mull. are
listed as follows:
Breakfast (lowest—Senior divis
ion,- first, Theo 1311193011 and Yvon
ne Davis of Highlands Belles Club;
second, Barbara Jones :md Jean
Codding or the White Bluffs 'Dmigh
Girls. Junior division, first, min:
Leander and Dolores Moody of the
White Bluffs Popovers; second,
Margery Dye and Betty Inuise
Ashby of the Hover True Blue Club.‘
Luncheon Contest -‘— first, Vii"-
ginia Dye and Alice Marie Ash of
Hover True Blue club. . ,
“Mé&t""ia&ifihmm"“' com _
Ruth Simmelmk of Kennewick.
Judging Senior division, first,
Margaret Smith and Irene? Olson,
Double R club, second, Alma. Combs
and Marie Hamilton, Richlsnd '4-3‘
Stylists. Junior division, first; Helen
Boehmer and Alice Beym, White
Bluffs Popovers. High individual in
Judging contest. Alma Combs. . _
Demonstrations—Senior amnion,
agricultural, first, Skim Milk Test--
ing, Earl Johns and Glen Mizer, of '
Kennewick Dairy club: Handy
Homemft, first, Setting a._ Minn!
Table, by Ruth Simmelinl: and Bill
Kratzer, Sagebrush Six; Home Eco
nomics, first. Drafting a. Skirt PM:-
tern, by Opal . Watkins and . Lulu
lawman, Highlands Club; Junior
division ,Home .E panics. f
waiting 3m: and slOll M.,gllia
Louise Scott, Flying Needle- club 'of
“Buena - Vim Handy Wit“
first, Gordon Hugheggla'king Furn
iture Polish, Hang Homemft club
of Hover.‘ _ . g __
" Costume Selection Content—Wool
Dress; first, blue striped, Irene Ol
sw, Double R; second, red, Marga
ret Opitz. Flying Needle; thlnd,
brown, Sadie Hutchcroft, Flying
Needle; second, blue, 'l‘rula. Selim.
Willing, Workers, Kennewick. Wool
Suit, mt,.Ahna Comm 4-H Stylists
of Richland; second, Lulu 13mm
son, Highland, Homemakers; wee-...
ond, Nsorni Foraker, Willing Work-r
as; third, Opal Watkins. Highlands
Homemakers, Afternoon Dress. first.
Margaret Smith, Double R chm-u»..-
' Outstanding Project, first. . Alma
combs, Richland, Home Furnish
ings; first, Ruth Simmelink, Handy
Homecraft: first, Walter Edwards.
Handy Homecraft; first, Barbara
Jon-es, White Bluffs. .
Winners of contest sponsored by
Wool Growers’ Auxiliary for best
made wool dress: first, Irene Olson,-
Kennewick: second, Margaret Opitz,
Prosser; third. Trula Selvph, Kenne
wick. _ - -
Foods—LeVonne Boehmer, White
Bluffs, second, loaf white bread;
second, yeast rools; second, muf
fins; Lois Houser, White Bluffs,
first, baking powder biscuits; -Mui'-
iel Beldin, White Bluffs, third, muf
fins; Betty Beyers. White Bluffs.
third, muffins; Carrie Jean ' God
ding, White Bluffs, first, muffins;
Verle Lovegrene. White Blufs, first,
mufins; Helenßall, Finley, second.
school lunch box; Alice Marie Ash,
Hover, first, sugar cookies; first,
school lunch box, second, [muffins
third, " baking powder biscuits;
Douglas Sloan, Kennewick, third.
baking powder biscuits; Richard
Smith, Kennewick, second, baking
powder biscuits; Robert Ludlow,
Kennewick second, muffins. ‘
Clothing and Handy Homecraft—-‘
Ruth Slmmellnk, Kennewick,. sec-‘
ond. framed picture: Walter Ed
wards, Kennewick, Inst. book ends.
first, book case, _, second, framed
picture; Patsy Sonnenburg, Kenne—
wick, first, sport outfit, first, sport
shorts, third, tea towel, third, tea.
towel, thtrd hand towel, third.
dresser, scarf, third, pillow cam,
Daphne Taylor, Kennewick, first,
hand towel: Eunice Campbell. Ken
newick. first, window curtains. sec
ond, blouse, second, silk dress, third,
cotton dress; Marie Liston. Kenne
wick, second. house coat; Jean
Klum, Kennewick, second, hand
towel, second, sport outfit, third,
tea «towel; Rebecca Liston, Kenne
wick, second sport outfit; Margaret
Perler, Kennewick, third, hand
towel; Margaret Smith. Kenne
wick, first, cotton dress, first, silk
dress, second. wool dress.
Irene Olson, Kennewick, second.
wool dress, second, blouse; Dorothy
Mills, Kennewick. first. pajamas,
second, cotton dress. third, wool
drws; Kathleen~ Anderson. Kenner;
wick, first, shorts, second. slip, sec-o,
ond, cotton dress; .Wflma ‘3l99di.
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KEN N EWICK, WASHINGTON, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1939.
(WNU smmcg)‘
“Prof.” Translates
Sign Writing on
New Park Pillars
Over a hundred Kiwanians; wives
and guests picnicked at Keewaydin
park last Friday evening to cele
brate the completion of the orna
mental pillars in which are embed
ded the Indian carvings secured'by
club members last spring.
4 This project, undertaken as I
ismrter .for further beautification of
ag~already beautiful park, was con
ceived by Hugh Copeland and Walt
Damages; and carried out with
the. mistance or many other in
m citizens. 'Two working bees
were held on the island opposite the
town of Patersbn and the rocks On
which the carvings Were inscribed
were excavated and transported t 0
mamland"by beats.__ In all,‘ four
teen;.separa'-tei carvings were Secur
ed which might other Wise have been
lost because of the effects ‘Ol wea
ther and erosion. , _
:.l'bllowin‘g-a'picnic ‘lunch, former
president of'the Kiwanis club. Hugh
Copeland, save a We of the pro;
not-and its significance followed by
a humorous interpretation of the
Indian writing by Professor Artie
Facts; as portrayed by Charles L.
Powell,
A motion picture record of the
whole proieot was filmed by Dr. Art
Wegner and these pictures were
shown to the picnickers in-the park
at the conclusion of the program. ,
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hamday and
family of Paterson, upon .whose
farm headqualrters were ' establish
ed by the expedition, were out-of
town guests. Other guests includ
ed Mr. and Mrs. Milt Libby, Mr. and
Mrs. Roy Safford, Mr. and Mrs. Kes
sler Campbell, Mr. and Mrs. Walt
_Desgranges. Mr. and Mrs. Ant Wal
ker, Mr. and Mrs. Lew Keene and
Mr. and Mrs. Frank eßSte.
F. F. A. Boys Broadcast
Over Yakima Station
Each Thursday from 12:45 to 1:00
I“. F. A. chapters in the Yakima
alley broadcast over KIT. Kenne
wlakF.P.Aputont.hepr-ogmm
for today
Those going to Yakima to put on
the broadcast were: Ray Peterson.
3111 ,Kratzer, Vic Kippes, Kenneth
Foraker and Naomi Foraker, Ken
neth and Vic each put on musical
numbers Naomi will assist at the
piano.
Show Rim Development
Moving pictures showing the re
cent developments on the Colum
bia river will be Shown at the AM
Grill banquet room marrow (Fri
day) night by H. G. West, execu
tive secretary of the Inland Em
pire Waterways association. The
pictures are interesting and depict
the development possibilities on the
Columbia and show why the Ulna
tllla Dam cousin" on should be
hastened
’There will be r: :harge for ad
mission and every -- interested in
the subject is Imm -1 :o attend
; Kflkare club“ me. - the home of
Mrs. E. H. Behrrm h;s aft/ernoon
,jmh Mrs. Floyd Hir " winning high
“honors and Mrs. '3. Reed low.
:The next meeting 1:1 be in the
form of a. dinner 1 -a; the R. E.
LReedhome. . ..
The Thrill of a Lifetime
Double Funeral Held For
Car Accident Victims
One of the most tragic of acci
dents occurred Sunday when both
Mrs. W. R. Rathbun and her daugh
ter, Luella were killed and Mr.
‘Rathbun was mm;- injured. The
family was enroute .to the San
Francisco exposition and the acci
dent occurred a few miles from
Bend, Oregon. ~'l‘he son Glen. 1?,
“who was driving, .4- ‘ only a
dew-minor bruises $33» The
rcarwassald tohavehiixsomesoft
shoulders and rolled over a steep
enhankment Mr. Rathbun is a pa
tient in the Bend hospital suffer
ing from'eracked vertein-ae and 8
slowly recuperating. He was driver
‘of the cream truck for the Twin
City Creamery.
‘ 'llhe daughter,'Luella Marie, was
pelieved to have died instantly. She
was born July 25, 1916 at Peace
}R.iver,‘Canada. She was a graduate
‘of‘the local high school with the
)class of ’34. attended Walla Walla
college three years and for the past
ftwo yearsrshe had bemastudent
_nurse in the Portland Sanitarium
‘at Portland.
Mrs. Bertha Rathbun had re
gained consciousness long enough to
make inquiries as to the condition
of her daughter. but passed away
on thewaytoahospital. Shewas
born September 18. 189'! at Coeur
d'Alene, Idaho. fire was married to
W. R. thhbun in October. 1915.
Shewasamemberof thelocalß.e-1
bekah lodge. .
Surviving them are their father-4
and husband. Willis R. Rathbun.
.their brothers and sons, Glen and‘
Neil of- Kennewick; Mrs. Rathhun’s
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Lakner.
Coeur d'Alene. Idaho; one fister;
Pearl Rathbun. Kendrick. Idaho;
'four brothers, Percy 11.. Chase and
Raymond of Coeur d'Alene, and
Kenneth lalmer of Pocatello.
A double funeral service was held
this afternoon from the First M. E.
church with Elder Kim of College
Place officiating. Interment was
made in the Riverview Heights
cemetery.
Vale Grange Fair
A To Be Held Sept. 21
The Vale me 3 sponsoring the
gnulim 139110011300 me Fair for the
0 year. oaths. y surrounding
gauges.- stnck Judah; by the 4-H
Club. baby clinic. are some of the
features of the fair. Some thorough
bred stock and poultry mu be
shown. A program at 9:30 p.m. will
be held. Everyone is invited to
come. Don't forget the date—
September 21. all day and evening.
New Teachers Reception
The Parent-Teachers association
assisted by the Woman's Club are
planning a reception for the teach
ers in the local schools on Thursday,
September 14 in the high school
auditor-tum at 8 O'CIOCL The pubuc
is invited to stand this reception
and meet the new teachers of the
school staff.
Among the many Kenmvflck wq
' Ltors at the m m 1);, m.
bration were the Dr. R. 1... Mott,
Frank Maupin. Vane Wilder, R. E.
Reed. A. 'l‘. Belair. Herman Camp
hell. 1... N. Dague and mm ”Stan
families, Mr. and Mrs. I. N. Mum
Pomona to Start
|’ Fall Season at
Whitstran Sat.
The Benton County Putnam
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Revenprealdenlofnentm County
P.U.D.willcoverthedevelopment
ofmepowerquestionuxehtingto
Benton county. Gilbert Olodtelter,
for the legislative committee. wfll
reviewthelegisbtlonpasaedbyflae
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Lions Battle Connell
' In First Game Friday
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and help sumort the Lions in what
is expected to be the start at c
goodseason.
CoachCoatahasbeenm'essinc
flown-field blocking and hard tack
ling in the vigorous work-outs of
‘me‘pastweek. moonlit-epon
mathematician letocrmenthis
year including four or last year's
regulars, with a loss this year of
only (our seniors. Yedim. Keller.
PetitjeanandYoshino.
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teamliveup‘hotheirnameinfooh
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8.. Carl Past; P. 3., Richard M:
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at Walla. Walla. next Sunday. Sep
tanberlo.
The following Kennewick people
have recently visited the an» ct.
San fiancisco and signed the m
ister at the.Washlng-wu building:
Mr. and Mrs. John Ramon. m:-
10110 Eben-y, Mr. and Mrs. Win.
Blair, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Bunsen.
Mr. and Mrs. H. 8. Taylor. K. 'l'.
Staley. O. 'r. saucy and Bob Strod
ford.
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