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Grange to Sponsor
Card Party Series
The grange changed their meet
ing from Friday to Saturday night
last week and gave a potluck supper
to which- several guests were in
n‘ted. In order to raise funds, the
grange decided to sponsor a series
of card parties. the first one will
be given this Thursday evening. De
cember 7 and there will also be a
box supper. Committee in charge
are Maurice Mcßee. W. C. Travis
and Guy Travis. The public is in
vited to come and play. A short
program was presented by Mrs.
il-rllugh Bell after the business meet
Alice G’u-t was an overnight guest
of Doris McClintock in Prosser on
Utility Elechon
The public utilities hald an elec
tion Saturday at the Wellington
precinct. Board members were Guy
Travis, Hugh Bell and Dennis Hen
A number of parents and friends
attended the All-Hi Revue at the
high school in Prosser Friday eve
ning and reported a good attend
ance and fine performance. Among
those attending were Mr. and Mrs.
Guy Morgan, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh
Bell, Mrs. Marbrethe Anderson, Mrs.
E. H. Mcßee and son Clinton, Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Anderson, Vern
on Borden. Mr. and Mrs. D. L.
Henson, Math Swanson, Mrs. Ada
Tyacke. Mrs. Guy Travis and Mrs.
Louis Tyacke.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Anderson were
visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Ty
acke Saturday evening.
Nels Burkhar-t and Harry Hadley
were visitors Sunday at the Edward
Tyacke home.
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A number of the Mothers Auxil
iary and the 4-H Club attended the
Achievement Day exercises in Ken
newick Saturday and from all re
ports it was one of the most in
teresting and successful Achieve
ment Day programs that has been
held. After the banquet speeches
and awarding of prizes, moving
pictures were shown by Miss Stein
er and were much enjoyed. especial
ly as the Benton County delegate
(or the Chicago trip two years ago,
came from our commtmity and also
was one of the delegates to Pullman
club camp. 4-d club members at
tending were: Merle May Morgan,
Gene Bell, Alice Girt. Mildred An
derson, Geneva Travis, Maxine Ty
acke, Helen Pouch. Norman Travis,
Billy Schmidt, Alvin Bell. Edward
Eyacke and the leader, Mrs. Guy
Travis. Their guests were Mr. and
Mrs. Eric Cooper, Mr. and Mrs. Wal
lace Anderson. Mrs. Irvin Pouch,
Mrs. Hugh Bell and Mrs. Edward
Evelyn Glrt was absent from
school several days last week be
cause of illness.
Miss Dorabelle Morgan was home
last week from Pullman for a four
day visit over the holiday and week
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Roberts
were visitors Sunday at the home
or Mrs. Claude Young in Western
Horse Heaven.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Tyacke went
to Yakima Monday after their
household furnishings. They were
accompanied by Edward Tyacke
and Guy Travis. The Tyackes are
planninglto move into the house
recently occupied by Mr. and Mrs.
Chester Henson.
Geneva Travis was a guest for
several days last week at the home
of her grandmotha'. Mrs. Hans
Smith in Presser.
Sudden Attack Takes
Valley Pioneer Here
(Left Out nut Week)
RIOHIAAND - Richland friends
were saddened Friday evening by
the sudden death of Ben“
Dighton. Mr. Dighton Ind Just re
turned from town and was convers
ing with his sister, when he fell to
the floor dead. He had been an!-
fering from a heart ailment for the
past few years, but was able to be
about town.
theral services were held in
Richland Monday aternoon over the
remains of the hie Benjamin
Dighton. The Rev. Danials of Rich
land was in charge. Burial was
made in the Sunnyside cemetery be
sides his wife, who died in 1925.
Mr. Dighton was born in Osseo,
Wisconsin and came to the Yakima
valley forty years ago. For the past
fourteen years Mr. Dighton has
made his home in Richland.
Survivors include his son, R. B.
Dightpn of Richland, three sisters,
Mrs. Amanda. Bteithaupt of Rich
land, with whom he made his home,
Mrs. Anna Van Petten of Oshkosh,
Wisconsin, and Mrs. Jay Mosier of
Tomah, Wisconsin. He is also sur
vived by one brother.
Mrs. R. R. Mclntosh drove to
Pullman Wednesday for her son
Charles, Dan Barnett, Carlton Pet
erson and Walter Carlson. The boys
The Kennewick Optometrist
Eyes Examined Glasses Fitted
Office in residence until more
desirable office can be obtained.
119 Cascade St. Phone 3251
Two blocks south of
Vibber-Gifford Drug Store
are students at Washington State
College. They will spend Thaniss
giving at their respective rhornes.
Miss Florence Haase who honor
ed Monday afternoon at the home
of Mrs. F. Lemon with a. bridal
Mr. and Mrs. L. Senn are the par
ents of a son born at the Pasco hos
pital Friday. » _ _
The Literary Society met last
Thursday at the home of Mrs. Ray
Rose with Mrs. Ed Peddicord and
Mrs. Marvin Skeen assisting. Mrs.
Earle ones was named as chairman
of the program committee and Mrs.
Vic Nelson was made chairman of
the bookbuying committee for the
coming year. Mrs. Earle White
head was made a member of the so
The Richland boys’ basketball
team played their first conference
game last Friday and were defeated
by Columbia.
Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Stevens of
McKenzie Bridge are visiting at the
home of Mrs. Stevens’ mother, Mrs.
Amanda Breithaupt. The Stevens
were called to Richland by the
death of Mrs. Stevens’ uncle, Ben
jamin Dighton.
Former Residents Here
Visit After 30 Years
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Tyacke and
daughter Leilani and Mr. and Mrs.
Louis Pierce came down from Yak
ima last Saturday and were over
night guests at the Guy Travis and
Edward Tyacke homes. Mr. and
Mrs. Pierce, were residents of this
community about thirty years ago,
living about two miles south of the
county well. They found consid
erable changes, however. They could
recognize their former homestead
even after so many years
Auxiliary Demonstrates
Mrs. ‘Ada 'l‘yacke entertained the
Mothers’ Auxiliary Saturday. Mrs.
Tyacke was elected to serve as vial
president for the coming year. The
club is planning to make a quilt for"
a part of their project. After the
business session, they assisted the
hostess in carding wool and (Imon
smted crocheting and hematite!!-
ing and mitered corner to sewers) of
the 4-H members a“ think they
were served tomato We. cookies
and tea which the {-8 members
had prepared as part of their
homecraft project.
Mrs. Ernest Fisk and mother, Mrs.
Rothrock of Prosser were visitors
last week at the Herman Roberts
Celebrates Birthday
Mr. and Mrs. Eric Cooper and
son Donald were visitors Sunday at
the Cheater Anderson home, the oc
casion celebrating Donald's birth
Mrs. z. Par-amt was filled to
Utah last week by the ulna. of hu
mo'her. ’
Auction Party
The community was well repre
sented at the auction party at the
Frank Smith home Friday evening
of last week and contents of the 4-H
club treasure chest brought in a
good sum. W. 0. Travis officiated
as auctioneer and deserved a round
of applause for his successful ef
orts. Refreshments of sand
wiches cake and coffee were served
at the close of the party.
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Perrault were
guests last week of Mr. and Mrs.
z. Perrauit.
Kennewick Folks Entertain“!
Dinner guests at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Fred Halliday on Novem
ber 23 included: Mr. and Mrs. 13111
Altrogge, Mr. and Mrs. Orlln Fisher
and daughter Nita Mr. and Mrs.
Walt Desgranges and sons Russell
and Leroy and Mr. and Mrs. A. E.
Halllday all of Kennewlck.
Mrs. Ellen Gregulre of Walla
Walla was a guest at the home of
her sister Mrs. Floyd Holmes dur
ing the week of November 20-25.
‘ Mr. and Mrs. William Warner,
Rose Warner, June Notman and
Richard Notman motored to Sunny
slde, November 18th.
Ml 3 and Mrs. J. Notman had the
following guests on Thanksgiving
day: Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Notman,
Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Notman, Clyde
Notman and Claude Shel-ton. '
Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Carter of
Yakima and John Sanders at
Roosevelt were dinner guests at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Sanders, November 23.
Mr. Howard Jenson is confined to
bed with pneumonia. His condi
tion seemed to be quite serious. but
is better now.
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Sagebrush Six 4-H Club
Wins Kiwanis Trophy
Grove Sagebrush Six 4-H club, un
der the leadership of Mrs. M. Sim
melink, won the Kiwanis cup.
which was presented at the Achive
ment meeting Saturday, for the
second year. Ruth Simmelink and
Bill Kratzer were presented their
ribbons from the Pacific Interna
tional Fair for their winnings in the
meat identification contest. Ruth
Simmelink won second in the agent’s
prize contest. All of the club took
part in the candle lighting cere
Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Kratzer and
William were Sunday visitors in
Grandview at the John Kinkaxd
home.» '
Doriald Larkin has been 111 this
week. ‘
Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Kratzer and
William were Thursday visitors in
_ _ T9lephone Officers
At the local telephone meeting
held Saturday at the local hall, Bob
Simmelink was elected president
and Henry Smith secretary. Arthur
Nicoson, Ted Reese and John Maas
are the directors of the company.
Gilbert Clodfelter and Budd Lar
kin made a trip to Los Angeles this
week. .
Mrs. Max Cunningham of Al-mira,
a schoolmate of M. V. Heberlein’s
was house guest at the Heberlein
home this week.
Mrs. M. Simmelink will attend a
meeting of 4—H leaders in Waua
Walla Saturday.
Bill Boutelle was a Wednesday
visitor at the R. E. Larkin home.
Home Circle to Party
Locust Grove Home Circle will
meet Tuesday, December 12 at the
home of Mrs. M. Shnmeunk instead
of the home of Mrs. Safford as was
planned. A surpervised buffet
lunch will be served at noon with
Miss Steiner's demonstration of
Angel Food cake scheduled for‘ the
afternoon’s lesson. An exchange or
Ohristmasglttsinthe fomotkit
chen gadgets will be made. also
some demonstntions or holiday
table centerpieces will be given.
Locust Grove Grangers are urged
to attend the installation ceremon
ies at the Vale grange hall in Rich
land _Satu_rday_evening.i 7
A. A. Edwards was a Seattle visit
or over the week-end at the home
or his brother, John Edwards. He
returned Monday evening. 7
Mr. and Mrs. M. V. Heberlein
were called to Yakima Sunday by
the serious illness of Mrs. Heber
leln’s mother, Mrs. L. Johnson.
Have you received your Christmas
Seals from the Benton County Tu
berculosis league? 1:: you have not.
you may obtain“ them from your
local Seal Sale worker. Buy than
Tubmflosis is the mate“ cause
of death among children of school
age (except accidents.) Christmas
seals help to fight this disease. They
am now being sold by the Benton
County Tuberculosis league.
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Here bleached sulphite woodpulp is being loaded aboard a steamer at
the Soundview Pulp 00.. Everett, for shipment to converting mills on
Atlantic Coast and mid-west. Producing nearly 500 tons per day.
Soundview is rated one of the largest of its kind in the world. The
plant employs 475 men, provides related employment for 500 more.
Similar pulp and paper plants throughout Washington have created a
vast new forest products industry for Washington’s timber resources.
Damaged Car Result '
of Cattle Collision
Westllng car was quite badly dam
aged Saturday evening when it col
lided with some cattle between
Moxee and the Meeboer ranch.
Robert was accompanied by his
mother, Mrs. O. E. Westling and
Mrs. H. V. Martin, but none of the
occupants were hurt, excepting for
a shaking up. The car. however,
was too badly damaged to come
home under its own power. and an
other was procured in Yakima for
the return trip.
The White Bluffs grange will
Sponsor another dance for Satur
day. December 16 at the muse hall.
The grunge dance floor is admitedly
the best in the valley, the music will
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J. H. Johnson left Monday for
West Virginia to spend his Christ
mas with relatives there.
Among those called for federal
jury duty last Friday. were Byron
Grewell. Stanley Pemberton and W.
B. Johnson of White Bluffs and Ed
ward Worby. F. D. E. Blart and J.
H. Evett of Hanford. 7
Mrs. George Shaw left Saturday
night for Seattle. where she will
spend a month or more visiting her
granddaughter. Mrs. John Daniel
Announcements have been re
ceived o: the birth of a son to Mr.
and Mrs. Armisteed Coleman of
New York City. Mrs. Coleman ls
the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. P. )1.
Wheeler oPWhite Bluffs.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Jenkins have
just completed installing an oil
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0!: Saturday last. the Dough Girls
Brigade of the {-8 club here. was
represented 100 percent strong a:
the Achievement day meeting in
Yakima. Ten girls received their
first year pins. Each club represent
ed gave a short skit for the enter
tainment of the gathering. our con
tingent putting on one entitled
“Seeing the Museum." which was
well handled and well received.
Many of the more expert knitters
in the community are spending their
spare time knitting sweaters for the
Red Cm. to be sent to refugees
from the warring countries in Eu
rope. Thene is much to he done for
them. and if you can knit and have
any spare time. you might contact
Mrs. w. aging. [hots in charge.
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Gibbim of op
portunity were in White Bluffs on
Saturday last. looking after their
property interests. While here. they
were guests of Mr. and Mrs. K. A.
The sale of T. B. dumps is on here
with Mrs. D. 8. Wilkinson in charge.
Envelops containing $2.00 worth of
stamps have been sent to the dif
ferent. householders. If you cannot
pay for all of them. do the best you
can. So for. the response is fairly
Harvey Adams of Seattle is
amending a fortnight heme with Bar
ney Thompson. who is caring for
the acute Markham tract. While
here. in. Adams is making nec
essary repairs on the house. sheds
and well.
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Word was received Monday night
of the death of Mrs. L. )1. Tucker
of Seattle. mother of Mrs. Alex
Parke. who has been at her mo
ther's bedside for the past four
weeks. Tuesday morning. Mr. Parke
drove to Seattle to Join Mrs. Parke.
He was accompanied as tar as Sum
ner by hustler Nicholas Staveley.
who will spend the month with Mr.
and Mrs. Dean A. Taylor.
Dir. and Mrs. Horace Rawlina and
family returned from Lewiston.
Utah. Sunday they were accompan
ied home by Mr. Rawlins' brothers.
Reed and Lindsay Rawlins. who. ai't
er looking around the valley and
meeting old friends. lei’t Wedneaday
morning for their home. Mrs. Aerial
Rawlins accompanied them as tar
as Nyssa. Oregon. where her hus
Sugar company. Mr. Walter Last.
father or Thomas not. also accom
panied them to his old home in
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