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Pomona Grange
TiffflK’s Cooperation
of Hospitals
, ”art of County PUD
iGiven; Endorse “CaSh
' and Carry” Plan
baton County Pomona grange
W their fall work with a. good
We at the mutstmn grange
r ' 7W 9th with Whitstran
‘ as hosts.
special hospital committee
on the Canadian system of
tive hospitalization and 3
approved by the Finley
, gang our next legislature.
”wt laws relative to the coop-l
“on of hospitals was approved by
nemnse- , _ _ _
’2l} W reported on the Sum
.m ”may: gagcept _Wh_ite Bluffs
in Hanford. Many had not yet
”an their fall meeting, but a few
.Md very good summer at
.mnce.
Officer Wm
11: resignation of Sister Annie
out Button as lady assistant stew
«an; accepted and the Master‘
an authorized to appoint someone
Infill the vacancy until the elec-l
an in November.
Brother Guy Story save~ a. very
~m report of the state
we meeting held in Vancouver
film at which time all granges
He frepresented except, Betmal
:m‘ ‘ .
Brother Preston Boyer, President
the Benton County P.U.D., gave
’ nary thorough report of its work
‘fi In Benton Go.
hate Bill No. 2935 was approv
‘fly the maze
‘ nether Maris of Winona, glans!
as. 1938 spoke on Grange Ins-ur
anee and Brother Skuse, county
flat, "spoke briefly on The Farm
w Building Program. /
Endorse Neutrality
meme went on record as fav
mthe “ Cash and Carry" plan
emu-gnu.
:31 delicious dinner was served by
pmumn ladies at six o’clock.
1': Mr candidates received the
W fifth degree as exempli
thhe regular officers with
\ ...
'ne muse fair to be held" gt
We, September 21 was manned
fill all mymmrgedato not
ian exhibit. Pamona‘ offered as
it and second prize to the beat
~exhibit; put up by any subordinate
Me. Govemm' Martin. is 83-.
”(Gamma thisfalrats pm.
tether Knute Hill was called
In many times to discuss legis-
Kive mowers of intellect,” grana-
Illnd was many applauded when
lemme the statement Whey odn
IR me out of congress, but I will
m vote for war." ‘
‘llold Prom " -
' 'nie lecturer, Mrs. John Bottom
‘lllve a very fine program of Skits;
'Mdings” music by the grange male
millet and a talk by Brother Hill.
The October meeting will be held
W locust Grove on October 14 at
Hun. at which time all officers are
uflittitobe pment when pictum of
“In ulcers will be taken for publi
mfili. 1
—Zelma C. Silliman, Reporter
Bill Kratzer Receives "
Check For Good Deed
”CWT GROVE—BiII Kratzer
W a check Imm Oregon this
“'7‘ ”blah came as a surprise to
h Lat Summer while he was
‘ "ting his cousins at Enterprise,
' ”a lake, On the way there
WM Mime“ 8 camvrn-e which
had carelessly left. had
“Med burning again and had
‘m a fire. The boys noti
the Proper authorities and then
”“1 fought fire for 10w
until the fire was under con
'.- In” Oregonian can-ied quite
w“ the boys doing their
l lor the day, and they re
“ file check tor their efforts.
_ ~ ‘
"1 Simmelmk wemt to Grand-
Q “‘l‘ Mr- Rogers, the agricul
u‘ucher in the local schools,‘and
u Minn“; “OCR judging events ‘
“”3 Gmndvxew Fair Friday. :
”'3'“th Owens and Mrs. M. .
in I"mended a meeting of 1
MM! on C°unty Homemakers 1
h °f which Mrs. Simmelink '.
flag“ at Benton City on I
y.
Grange to Meet
hem Grove grange will meet
‘Mc— Y. Sepbember 16 at the hall
H3O in the evening for a pot
- dim)”, The evening business
me! Will be taken up with plans
Mumming Pomona meeting in!
. and other matters which?
Wad over the summer.
_' ~3nd Mrs. Budd Lax-km are
“cl-nah“ two weeks' trip to the
:~ Fair and visiting relatives.
‘5. al!!! Sherry, their two child-
N‘“ Staying with their grand
b ‘3. Mr. and Mrs. J. 0. Dennis.
@ll2 lemmitk Gnurirr- Ewartpr
Palmer Cafe Sold
The Palmer Cafe, located at the
curve on the highway at the Ken
newick end of the bridge. was sold
this week to Mr. and Mrs. bysne of
Portland. The new owners are
renovating the place, installing new
equipment and will be ready for
ibusines's the last of this week.
They are offering a five-doll“
prize for a new name for the eat
ing house which will feature light
lunches, sandwiches and drinks.
The second building on the little
plot will be removed, permitting a
larger pan-king space and curb ser
vice will be featured.
Golden Wedding
Celebration Is
Obserled Sunday
The observance of another Gold
en wedding took place in Kennewick
last Sunday at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. A. T. Belair. The occasion was
honoring Mrs. Belair’s parents, Mr.
and Mrs. D. C. Hansen of Tacoma
on their 50th wedding anniversary“
Mr. Belair baked a three-tier wed-‘
ding cake decorated in gold and
silver in honor of the occasion.
There were eighteen guests present.
including all of the Hansen child
ren. The out-oratovm children pres
end included Mr. and Mrs. car]
Phillips of Yakima, Mr. and Mrs.
W. P. Hansen and four children of
Prosser, Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Hansen
and daughter or Yakima.
B. &P. W.Club Members
To Study “Democracy”
' The Business and Professional
_ Woman's club held its first busi
: ness meeting of the year in the
> Camp Fire girls’ hall Monday eve
ning. The members decided to hold
monthly meeting, one a study
grbup and the other a social. At
the study meeting the national pro-n
gram theme, “Democracy”, will be‘
carried out. The club is also max-1
ing preparations to celebrate the
federation’s National Business WO
men's week which 1711 be also“)!!!
Btol4.Thethemetor 'week
k “One tired Years. 01. '
mgq‘gnamnn gave' j -_
Whig report 'on “legislationfj
Some of the members are 31,3? plan
ning to attend the distriet’confer
em in Wenatchee on October 24.
The committee chairmen which
chairmen will have charge of the
are: education, Kathryn Brown;
legislation, Ella Linn; finance, El
- Raymond; public affairs, Julia
Hemenway; international relations,
Helen Steiner; membership, Be Me-
Donald;A-program, Lena Mains and
publicity. Margaret Hawkins .
Girls League In'stalls- '
" New Officers Friday
The Girls League .of the local
[high school will hold an installa4
tion of ofl'icers and initiation of the
new members Friday during the on:
period in the auditorium. The new
officers to be installed are Joyce
Mulkey, president; Jeanette Petit-
Jean, vice president; Louise Yoshino
secretary-Mew; Mae Benfield,
historian; and Agm Quest, ser
geant at arms.
I Standing committees appointed
:by the new presidentare: ngram
Mildred Reese and Dorothy Mills;
service Winifred Hawn and Marjorie
LaMott; welfare Theo Lampson and
Opal Watkins; finance Lois Camp
bell and Ruth Simmelink; publicity,
Betty Higley; entertainment, Lo
rene Rauscher and Marie Liston.
New Chargé Assigned >
Local Vicar by Bishop
- On Tuesday 0! thine]: a dele
l gation of Episcopal laymen. com
' posed of Corstan Greene, Herman
. Schmidt, L. E. Johnson, Dr. M. W.
e Stevens drove to Spokane to attend
ralaymen'sdinnerin thecryptof
the Cathedral of St. John the Evan
- gellst. The clergy and about 150‘
laymen from the churches of the en
tire Diocese of s pokane attended:
Bishop Edward M. Cross presided
and speakers were Bishop Daniella
of Montana, Bishop Remington of
Eastern Oregon and Dean Mac A-l-lister
lister of the cathedral. Plans were
formulated for the forward move
ment of the church in this diocese.
The Rev. Dr. Frederick A. Schilling,
vicar of St. Paul’s church. ,was at
the time attending the annual fall
conference of the clergy of the dis—
trict. Dr. Schilling reports that his
duties have been enlarged by the
addition to his charge of St. Mat
, thew's church in Presser, which will
require a regular Sunday evening
service appointment in that city. He j
has also been asked by the bishop to j
spend some time in mid-October as- ‘
sisting the churches in the Wenat
chee deanery in their fall every
member canvass. I
——._ s
Miss wumia peebla of Walla, a
Walla visited in Kennewick Sunday. .1
KEN N EWICK, WASHINGTON, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1939.
hi
Governor to Speak
at Grange Fair at
Richland Thurs.
Hill Alsb on Program;
Baby Clinic and Fam;
Products Features
’ Vale grunge’s fourth annual fair
with 'be held on Thursday of next
Eweek at the clubhouse at Rlchland.
A we premium list has been ar-
Wlwlth cash prizesbtor llve;
y, and ribbons for Other 'dlaplsys.
In the‘lmemom from two until
four will be held a baby clinic, with
Dr, Spamming and stat! in charge.
Thecllnlcmneeandallmothm
1n the district are tuned to bring
their ire-school children in for ex
animation.
F Governor Martin will be ream-ed
on the afternoon program at 3 o'-
clock. Congressman Knute Bill will
also be a speaker.
Admission to the fair is free and
"8171118 is urged to attend and‘
brine exhibits. A night watchman
will be on duty so that all exhibits
will be fare" that night. ‘ ‘
Vacate Jury‘
While in Prosser last Thursday.
Judge Driscoll vacated the jury that
had been set for. the 18th of Sep
tember, due to the ‘fact that the
only criminal case ‘on the docket
was dismised on petition of the
Prosecuting Attorney. ‘ 0n Satur
day afternoon or last week, Judge
Driscoll drew 48 Jurors to serve for
the Jury term. which is to start in
Pasco on October 9.
He also conducted the usual law
and motion day in Pasco on Mon
day, when the case of Jake Reiker
vs; Henry Schwartbkopf, was tried.
and held count in Ritzville on Wed
nesday and in Prosser Thursday.
After showing the Court sum-l
cient cause, Charles M. Petitt of
Pasadena, California, and Cleo
Greene of Stan-field, Oregon, were
granted an order for a marriage 111-
cense Monday afternoon, and were
married immediately by the judge.
The Weather .
Normal—perfectly normal—fly;
Weatherman Al Morgan regarqing
the past week's thermometer recdrds
which are shown herewith, togeth
er with those of the corresponding‘
week a year ago.
Aug. 7470-52 81-40
Aug. B—Bo-48 91-45
Aug. 9—Bo-52 9049
Aug. 10—84-46 95-47
Am. 11—85-46 80-52
Aug. 12—90-46 75-46
Aug. 13—92-47 75-54
New Neon Sign
I The E. C. Smith Motor Co. this
evening completed the installation
of a large double-faced neon Sign.
It bears the characteristic Ford sig
nature in the stgndard oval de
sign. It adds greatly to the ap
pearance of eßnton street and can
ben seen plainly from the state‘
highway. I
The Wednesday bridge club met
at the home of Mrs. Cecil Ander
son. Mrs. Ed Webber Mrs. Ander
son and Mrs. Carl Schuster won the
prizes for the amernoon; -
SEES U-BOA'I‘
Withapu-recmmme,
11. P. Cm My an
nounced that he Ind seen the
”More of a. Nazi submarine
taking duel-muons In the Col
umbia river about three an,
aboveKennewick.
Twicelnstweekandamwd-
May the move was seen
“Maximum“
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Rapids. ‘
AYers Says War Scare
Raises Prices of Lambs
’ Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Ayes-mum
1110139 Tuesslay. Mr. Ayers In: just
returned from Chicago, where m
Shipped his lambs and upon: an;
the mtbreak of the European w”
Mdthepnceofmhmhgap.‘
Proximately SI.OO per cm. He was
fortunate in selling before tho re
action‘ took place.
{" Geoi-ge and Dwayne lope accom
lpanled the stock train east. where
they Visited relatives in Chicago and
at Mlssoula on their return trip.
Mrs. Ayers states that after a
month at camp at Fish Lake at m
elevauon of 6000 feet and three‘
weeks‘ at Superior. Montana. she
encountered no hot weather during‘
the summer.
Installatio‘n Held Fin
. Auxiliary Officers
An impressive installation was
held by the American Legion Auxil
iary in their hall Wedneseday eve
‘ning for their new officers. ~Mrs.
‘Harvey Lewis. sixth district presiy
dent. of Yakima was the installing
ofifcer. The officers installed were
president (re-elected). Ruth Sim
mehnk: seamen-574mm. ms.
Mia Hatch; chaplain Marion
Campbell; sergeant-Manna Car
rie MoCahnant.
cm were presented by up 10.
cal pmident' to Helen Mason and
Want Van Patten for most pet
fect atendanc’e during the year.
; Don’t Grape in
the Dark
—u yo 'uhave something to:
,sale or want to buy something
Lost or found something that
i should be returned to the tight
‘ ful owner, have a place to rent.
or want. to rent one, the quick
est way to get the Job done is
to use the “Want Ad" columns
of the Kennewlck Courieroße
porter.
The value of our want ad col
umns have been proven hundreds
of times and you can rest mur
ed that your wants will be sup
plied in a quick, economical man- I‘
net.
Columbia Basin
Project 10 Times
Size of Yakima
G. C. Finley Explains the
Plans of Landowners
in Huge District
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pointed out. is but half the actual ‘
coma-ucuoncost,theotherssspu~l
mtobepaldtorrmmtheme:
or power from the Coulee dam. ‘
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themJtheoqubegamahe‘md,
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agreazdeuotmmtbygnun
many large attenduwe- u an:
chmberluncheon.
Football Schedule .
The .schedule for this menu's
games for‘the Kennewlck mom is
as follows:
September lHunbuee' at Yarns
Septemha- mum. hue. j
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November 3—Wapato, hen,
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Novemberls—Ole Elam. hue.
Camp Fire Girls
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after school. Each member 0: am
groupismsedtlbepmtuthh
meeting.
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