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Red Cross Shipment
Has Local Sweaters
RICHLAND—The executive com
mittee of the Richland Red Cross
met Tuesday afternoon at the home
of Mrs. R. R. Mclntosh. Those of
the new commit-tee appointed were
Mrs. R. R. Mclntosh. Mrs. Vic Nel
son. Mrs. Earle Whitehead. Mrs. C.
Jenkins, Mrs. A. Weir. Mrs. T. Col
Word was received from the Yaki
ma Red Cross office that one ship
ment of sweaters from the Richland
community were in the first ship
ment out of Yakima.
Eighteen men of .the community
gathered at the church Tuesday and
reshingled the church roof. The
ladies aid served them dinner in
the basement of the church.
The Woman's Political Study club
met at the home of Mrs. E. C. Ped
dlqord Monday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. John Dillon and
daughter and Loren Meade of Zillah
were guests Sunday at the Harry
Dillon home.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Kramer and
son Dale were also Sunday guests
at the Dillon home.
Mrs. George Snow attended an
all day meeting of the Spanish Am
erican War Veterans Auxiliary held
at the home of Mrs. R. Sharps in
Pasco. The ladies spent the day
making bed jackets for the Veterans
Hospital at Walla Walla.
Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Copeland at
tended a family reunion held Sun
day in Sunnyside honoring their
son, Sergeant M. E. Copeland and
two children of Alaska. Copeland is
to be transferred to MoCloud Field
at Tacoma. '
Mr. and Mrs. George Snow were
dimmer guests Sunday at the Arthur
Purschvmz home.
Last Rites of Boy
Held at Birthplace
WHITE BLUF'FS—Mr. and Mrs.
John Miles and family returned last
week from Lewis’wn, Utah, where
they went the week before with the
body of their oldest son, John Rees
Miles for burial. Rees, as he was
called, had the misfortune to step
on a rusty nail, tetanus poison de
veloping and causing his death. Be
sides his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John
Miles, two sisters, Inura and Laurel
ila, and two brothers, Dale and Jay,
Territory Clean-Up of All
New and Used Pianos in
This Territory.
Spinnet Pianos
’3 new 1940 models, wal
nut and mahogany finish,
the latest at from SIOO to
$l5O discount.
As Advertised in Good Housekeeping
Magazine -
Grand Pianos
Never ynboxed, 40%
Used Pianos
that have been on rent or
taken in trade: All your
own at from
$65 to $l5O '
One electric radio, 1 Vic
tor electric phonograph,
taken in trade—Will sacri
fice for quick sale.
Will be gone after Satur
day noon til next week.
Write or leave word here
for us.
Factory Representative
Kennewick, Wash.
Vale. he leaves a host of friends,
young and old, to mourn him. John
Rees Miles was born at Lewiston,
Utah December 11. 1924, and there
he spent his early boyhood. coming
to White Bluffs with his parents in
1939. .He was an active member of
the Boy Scouts and one of the out
standing members of .the Future
Farmers of America. His untimely
death came suddenly on Saturday
morning, October 12th, .in the Pasco
hospital, where he had been taken
as soon as the serious nature of his
accident was known.‘ ,
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Remlinger,
Mrs. V. J. Vierra and Mrs. E. M.
Remlinger spent Wednesday at
Coulee Dam.
Mr. and Mrs. Dean A. Taylor of
Sumner spent; the week-end with
Mrs. Taylor’s parents, Mr. and Mrs.
E. J. O’Larey. They were accom
panied by little Nicholaus Staveley,
who is spending the winter with
the Taylors and attending school.
Galifornia Visitors
Return Via Coast
Robert A. Remlinger of Hunting
ton Park, California left Saturday
for Tacoma and other coast points,
after a week’s visit at the home of
Mr. Remlinger’s mother, Mrs. E. M.
Remlinger. ~
Mr. and Mrs. Charles English and
little Judith Lee English of Seattle,
arrived last week for the opening
of the upland bird season. Mrs.
English and Judy are spending the
‘-week with Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Eng
-Ilish, Charles returning to Seattle
Sunday night. "
‘ Fred and Jack Gilhuly, who are
attending the University of [Wash
ington at Seattle, spent the Week
end with their parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Fred Gilhuly. st. 1
l The rummage sale held Saturday
in the Hammer building, by the ad
brary board of the onman’s Club of
White Bluffs, was a financial suc
cess, but owing to a heavy donation
of clothes, dunes, rugs, etc. not
nearly all of the merchandise was
sold. Anyone haying need of clothes
to remodel, coats, sweaters and
dresses, may call Mrs. Fred Gdlhuly
for information.
Martin Paroz, Fred Freitag and
George Medina returned Tuesday
from the Okanogan district. Where
they have spent hte last few weeks
picking apples.
Nunn Family Reunion
Held ‘After 12 Years
The Lee Nunn family enjoyed a
family reunion dinner at the Lee
Nunn home on Sunday. Their last
reunion was held at Bridgeport,
Nebr., twelve years ago.
0. J. Dahlln suffered a heart at
tack on Monday.
Harry Hampton spent Monday 'at
Plymouth and Patterson checking
on soil conservation.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Slaybaugh were
dinner guests at the Jewell Slay
baugh home in Kennewick Tuesday
Mr. and Mrs. Dick Smith and
Stubb Smith were dinner guests at
the Howard "Smith home Sunday.
Robert Mills who is attending col
lege at Nampa, Idaho was home
over the week end.
Mr. and Mrs. Webster and family
of Hanford were week end guests
at the C. L. Evans home.
Mrs. Alvin Dye and Mrs. Austin
Schubert were luncheon guests of
Mrs. Jewell Slaybaugh in Kenne
wick on Wednesday.
Harry Hampton had a crew of
men several days last week puttfng
up silage. .
John Nunn went to Plymouth on
Monday to work on the railroad.
Mrs. Harry Hampton and son
Bobbie were luncheon guests of
Mrs. Carl Evans on Thursday.
Rairoad Buildings
Undergo Repairing
ROVER-A work train was set
in on the railroad on Tuesday eve
ning. They are painting and re
pairing the section houses, have
cleaned the well and set up a. wind
mill and storage tank.
Mr. and Mrs. Jew'ell Slaybaugh
and family of Kennewick called on
friends in Hover Sunday.
Forty-one of Jim Nunn’s relatives
from California, Colorado, Nebraska
and Washington met for potluck
dinner at his home on Wednesday.
Mrs. Roy Bartholomew entertain
ed at dinner on Tuesday honoring
her brothers and sisters and their
families who were here for the
family reunion.
Mrs. Carl Slaybaugh was an over
night guest at the Jewell Slay
baugh home in Kennewick on Tues
Mrs. Ray Shim and nephew Del
bert Cochran of Canfield, Idaho and
daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and
Mrs. E. Erickson of Jewell, Idaho
were week end guests at the J. E.
Cochran home.
Mrs. Joe Ely and family of Walla
Walla visited her mother Mrs. Irene
Hughes and family on Sunday.
Democratic Candidate for
16th District
An. energetic, successful
businessman who Will give
falr representation to all.
Repair Work Begins for
Irrigation, District Here
BENTON ClTY—With the close
of the irrigation season for this
year a crew of seven men has been
employed by the Sunnyside Irriga
tion district to do the usual fall
cleaning and jointing of the steel
flume and other repair work. The
work was started Monday.
The headgates of the Irrigation
district were closed this week.
Miss Elinor U’land left Saturday
for Retsil where she is employed
after a. two weeks visit with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Uland.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Harmon re
turned last Wednesday from Yak
ima where Harmon worked in the
apples. With their son-in-law and
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Kermit
Rucher they have moved "to the
Ray Wilder place the Harmons re
cently purchased.
Miss Frances Stone was honored
Thursday evening with a birthday
party when her sister, Mrs. Glen
Grinding entertained a group of
Frances’ schoolmates at the Grind
ing home.
Mrs. Walter Aoord who is pack
ing apples at the Big Y warehouse
at Gleed spent the week end at
her home.
Mrs. Mary Scott, Mrs. Anna Pro
: well, Mrs. F. s. Hedger and Mrs. I.
M. Hartman were Thursday lunch
eon guests of Mrs. E. J. Brand in
Kennewick. They also visited Mrs.
Nelson Williams, a former Benton
City resident.
Mrs. Kenneth Burkhort and her
daughter, Eva Fay left Monday for
their home at La Crosse after visit
ing since Firday at the home of
Mrs. Burkhort’s father, C. E. Mor
Milford Roop, Jr., student at the
Central Washington College of Ed
ucation at Ellensburg, spent the
week end at his home.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Johnson and
Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Elliott of Pros-
ser left Tuesday for Bald mountain
to hunt relk. Other local sports-
men leaving to hunt elk were Paxrd
and Clifford Marlin, John Kortus
and Jack Davis of North Prosser,
who went above N aches. Aaron Sny
der, Roy Clark, Al Rhoades Ted
Kendall, Barney Lewis, John
Schwendy and son Harvey to Bald
The Young People's Class of the
Methodist church had a Halloween
party Tuesday evening at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. James Stone. About
25 attended. The group came in;
costumes. After playing several
games refreshments were served.
Mrs. W. B. Uland, Mrs. Horace
Dimick and Lige Sadler accompan
ied Mr. and Mrs. H. 8. Bell of Horse
Heaven to Yakima Monday to at
:tend the funeral services for Mrs.
Ira M. Jordan of White Swan, who
passed away Thursday evening at
the St. Elizabeth’s hospital in Yaki
ma, where she had been seriously ill
a week with heart trouble. Mrs.
Jordan was a sister of Mrs. Uland
and Sadler. The Jordan family are
«former Kiona residents.
nee” Forming
Belgium Congo, . Africa—From
headquarters near here, where
France once owned vast territories
of rich colonies, General Charles
de Gaulle has issued a proclama
tion to Frenchmen the world over
to retain possession of their colon
ial possessions, defying any attempt
by the puppet Vichy government to
turn them over to the Axis powers.
French soldiers are forming new
armies to fight with Great Britain
for the restoration of France to
her pre-war status as a world em
For State Senate
Always on the Job as your Senator at Olympia
Charles .F. Stinson . . . . . .
BE sow ”6942/
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Motor and appearance
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Priced at $345.00
It’s reconditioned
A swell “Model A"—low price
Kennewick Auto Co.
Your Chevrolet Dealer Phone 100
Red Cross Reorganized
With Representative
BENTON CITY—Mrs. Mary Long
of Prosser, county chairman of the
American Red Cross, was a visitor
here Friday to make arrangements
for the annual roll call which be
gins November 11th. Mrs. I. M.
Hartman was appointed local rep
resentative to replace Mrs. A. L.
Henson who passed away last sum
Mr. and Mrs. I. M. Hartman were
in Prosser Wednesday evening to
hear Dean W. R. Davis of Whitman
college speak on “The Third Term.”
} A large crowd attended the an
nual Achievement Day of Benton
county homemakers clubs at the
community hall Saturday. Mrs.
Horace D' ' ‘ck of Benton City,
county couniil president, welcomed
the club mentbers and friends. There
was a large number of displays in
cluding cakes handiwork, hobbies
and remodeled garments. The cakes.
and remodeled garments were the
only exhibits pudged. The judging
was done by Mrs. Mary A. Davis
of Walla Walla, former Benton
county assistant county agent. 7
Members of the local Masonic
lodge in Pasco Wednesday evening
to attend the Masonic study club
were W. D. Crawford, Howard Rile,
M. W. Roop. Oscar Hanson and
Harold Stringer. Alec Parke of
White Blufd‘s presented the subject,
“Irish Poetry."
About twenty-five attended the
Rebekah potluck supper Wednesday
[evening The Odd Fellows and a
few friends were guests. Follow
ing the supper several tables of
pinochle were in play.
Marcus Bailey of Yakima, former
Benton City resident, was a visitor
here Thursday.
T. B.'Pictures Will Be
Shown at Woman’s Club
HIGHLAANDS— The Highland
Women’s club will meet tomorrow
éFriday) for a one o'clock potluck
' er at the Highland club house.
Roll call win be responded to by
“Should we change the date of
mnksglving?” “Pumpldn vine
fortunes" will be conducted by
ers. Leona Reymore. Mrs. Flem
ing of Benton City will be present
to show 'l‘. B. pictures. The host
esses, Mrs. Art Glasoow, Mrs. Louis
Brown, Mrs. W. F. Sonderman, Mrs.
Jess Smith and Mrs. Robert Dehnoff
will. furnish the dessert for the}
dinner. I
Don’t forget the Highland Im
provement club. meeting at the Hi
land club house Friday, November
Mr. and Mrs. Harry McDufcfie of
Pasco and Gerald Sherry of Fin
ley were Sunday dinner guests at
the Harvey Paulsen home on the
River Road.
Mrs. N. E.- Robbins attended a
bridge luncheon at the home of
Mrs. M. W. Stevens today (Thurs
dw- _ _
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Boutell were
business visitors in Walla Walla on
David Belnhart has returned to
school again, following his recent
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HICK TOW—:‘wflgre the mayor
shaves only on Sunday morning.
1937 anv COUPE *
Real low mileage, priced right
Really a baggainfl Come in
1935 DE soro SEDAN
life-timd guarantee—
Completely overhauled
—6-ply tires
A real buy
andsee it
Former Football Player
Undergoes Operation
HIGHLANDS—Mrs. Gladys Kelso
has received word from her sister,
Mrs. Harriett Linden. at Tonasket.
that Bruce Kenyon has undergone
an operation on his knee, due to
a split tendon caused by a foot
ball injury. Dr. Le Cocq, bone
specialist of Seattle. was the at
tending physician. His many friends
here are wishing for him a speedy
and successful recovery.
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Tweet were
last week-end visitors in Seattle.
'W. s. Green and Glenn Felton
attended Masonic study club in
Pasco last Wednesday evening.
Alex Parke of Hanford lodge deliv
ered the paper. \
Glasows Visit Friends
at Coulee Dam Sunday
HIGHLANDS—Mr. and Mrs. Art
Glasow and daughter. Dorothy, mo
tored to, Coulee Dam on Sunday.
where they visited at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Kurth. Enroute
they called at the George Zicha
home in Odessa.
} Ellsvvorth Campbell motored to
Yakima Saturday to spend the week
end with Mrs. Campbell. who Is
working in the fruit.
Little' Kaye Watkins is staying
at the Ted Watkins home. while
her mother is working in the let
M O V E D ._
Mokler Plumbing & Heating Shop
is now located in the
Cascade Street Entrance
We Carry a Complete Line of
Plumbing and Heating Supplies
and are equipped to handle anything in our line.
' Let us figure on your next job.
If Kennewick Wishes to
take advantage of the
present development of
navigation on the Colum
bia River, it‘ is necessary
that the voters within the
Port District endorse the
comprehensive plan of de
velopment. '
If this plan is approved
the Port Commission will
install facilities for the
bulk handling of wheat
next harvest. Also make it
possible for the handling
of petroleum products and
other classes of freight
suitable for river trans
The present port- com
missioners and the special
committee of the chamber
of commerce have been
working on these plans
for the past year and are
confident that the plan
will make it possible 'to ac
comodate interests that
might locate in Kenne
wick and make use of the
river transportation." We
sincerely urge every citi
z'en to vote on this ques
tion on election day. Also
vote for the re-election of
the present board of com-
missioners as shown on
th e accompanying fac
simile ballot. Be sure to
write in the names in the
proper places as shown.
The work as outlined
Will be built only as need
ed and may take several
years to complete.
Only residents within the
boundaries of the Port
District may vote.
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Green and
Mrs. Howard Withers attended a
“buffet supper and party" of the
Eastern Star in Hanford Tuesday
The Misses Opal Watkins and
Ethel Ann Campbell of Kennewick
Rainbow Assembly attended Walla
Walla's Rainbow Friendship night
meeting in Walla Walla Saturday
Mrs. Nellis Johnson of Bet-nan
is a guest at the home of her sis
ter, Mrs. J. A. McLean this week.
Card of Thanks
We wish to thank our many
friendg for their_kln¢_lly ggoughtful-
ness shown us in thé illné‘s'swaad
(tlheath of our beloved son and bro
Mr. and Mrs. John Miles and
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Dependable Dealer
Kennewick Auto Co.
Phone 100
An elector desiring to vote for commission
er should vote for one commissioner in each
Commissioner District. Write the name 9f
the person for whom you wish to vote no
each Commissioner District on the blank;
lme prepared for that purpose, and put 3+
cross in the square opposite the name 803
written. 1
In voting upon the ratification of the Com
prehenswe Sehane of Harbor. 1199”"
ment, if you wish to vote for ratificatlon W
a cross in the square opposite the wordl.
—YES”. If you wish to vote agamst re“?
fication, put a cross in the square opposite
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Shall the Comprehensive Scheme 0f Hm
Improvement adopted by the Port 09mm
on the 7th day of October, 1940, be ratified? ‘
Ratification of Comprehensive Scheme at
Harbor Improvement E
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