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The Kennewick courier-reporter. [volume] (Kennewick, Wash.) 1939-1949, November 06, 1941, Image 10

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Going the Rounds with High
_ Sghool Sports in Yakima Valley
According to the Lion athletic di
rector some of 'the boys mm are
members of this year’s fo’otbau
squad picked an all-opponent team
this week. The team included only
league players. The :boys agreed
on giving Ellemburg one of the end‘
spots. The rgridders didn‘t know his
name, but knew the bad What it takes“
to be a good end. The other end
position was a toss-up between Nick
lin, TopflHi, and Buckles of Wapato.
However, Buckles nosed out Nicklin
bv a vote or two. In the tackle po-'
sition, ’the boy's again did not re-:
member theirdnames, but identified
the pOsitions. according to towns,‘
with Cle Ehflggetting one position:
and Eilensb _ getting the other'
one. In the gnard slots. Perotti. the’
midget Wapato star. got one position’
and Eliensbu-rg not the other one. In:
the backfield ‘.'th ‘boys seem to know
the names of '_the boys somewhat'
better and thefpositions went to the;
:rollowing players. Halfbacks, Car-.
m‘ody. Ellensbqrg. and Bunger, El-i
lendburg. Fuiiback was a toss up be-il
tween Patterson. Wapato and Ran-E
dal], Cle Elum. the quarterback was
a tossup between St. Marys. Wapato,
John Rogers, Pasco, and George
Mataya. Cle Elum. The Lions
haven’t played against Rogers as yet
but have a. great deal of respect for
the “Chunky little workhorse.” Be
fore the season closes entirely, this
column will print the official all
valley football team. The Lion
players nominated the following:
Lions for all-valley selection: Tom‘
Hamby, 180 pound tackle, Bob.
O’Niel, 175 pound guard and line!
backer. Another player omitted by 4'
the Lion players, but being suggest-l
edbyflfiswdberlsborm Amon.Thel
big they broke his right thumb in the
Ellenis game and has been out'
since. The Lions have felt his 1085,.
too. Amen shone well in every game,
Sam Gordon, the Kibitzer,
Coming Here in December
Sam Gordon, The Kibitzer, will
be here to deliver a three-day con
tract bridge lecture-lesson series on
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, De
cember I, 2 and 3 in the Arrow Grill
Banquet M. - '- 1
He is being sponsoredfpy the Bus
iness & Professional WOmen’s Club,
members of which are conducting
the advance sale of tickets.
The subjects to be covered each
afternoon and night of the. same
day will be thhe same. In this man
’-ner, the holder of a series ticket re
ceives‘ theacmnplete course by at
tending ether the night or the‘
afternoon Mons, with privelege
of review by attending both.
Mr. Gordon is the contract bridge
pioneer of the northwest as iecmner,
newspaper columnist; radio andc'lass
teacher. He 8 author of the Horse
Sense method, a. simplified and easy
to learn treatme’r‘rt or the game.
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. this writer saw him play and this
2 scribe mentiom him along with the
1’ other boys. This writer has a
' vote in the picking of the all-valley
>5 team and will vote for the Lions
.‘. mentioned here. If you readers .think
J any other boys deserve mentioning,
.’ tell Ralph Reed and we’ll see what
‘ we can do for you. So much for this}
,rfooliShness relative to picking an
all-star team—these teams really
don’t mean a thing but are inter
esting from the players' point of
' view, especially. , .
i This writer hopes the suggesting
"of these three Lions for the all-val
‘l ley team will have no effect what
;so-ever upon their attitude Novem
‘ ber M in Pasco; Remember, my vote
3doesn’t go in until after that game.
I The .Lions will probably be as
inlear their top-strength as they’re
going to be for Pasco. Moore, tackle,
may 'be ready, however there is some
{ doubt as to whether Aman can play.
. Gamber may [be ready, but the- care
:free lad hasn’t had a good day or
.‘night this year. Hoppy, plugging
lend, has 'been injured also, but will
‘be ready to go against Pasco. If
the Lions get in the ball game right ,
‘lrom the start, they may surprise
j their opponents from across the Col- ,
umbia. Certainly this column would 1
not care to pick the winner—give '
m eanot-her week though and I’ll
tell you. ‘
Benton City Schools
Hold Separate Parties
: BENTON CITY—The grade and
'high school students had Hallow
le’en parties Friday. The three low-
Ler grade rooms had their parties
lFriday afternoon. The fifth and
sixth grades and their teacher, Les
ter Ralph. had a weiner roast on
the school grounds Friday after
school. Brian Robson and his stu
dents celebrated Friday, evening in‘
the school gym. Bob Chapman. Har
old Shoemaker, Maxine Rayhill,
Patty Montgomery and Virginia
(Howard were in charge. The high
school Students went to Gopher Can-
yon on Corral Creek Friday evening
in the school bus. Jack Smith,
president of the student body Was
general chairman. Clifton King.
rFred Wilson, Donald Fleming and
‘Bobby Johanson arranged the games
and on Ithe food committee were
Marguerite King, Vivian Chapman,
Romona Johnson and Anna. Mae
Members of Church
Observe Clean-Up Day
ROVER—The members of the 10-
cal .board of the Methodist church
attended a. meeting at the Finley
church Tuesday evening.
Several people are meeting at the
church Thursday morning at nine
o’clock for a clean-up day. ,
Mr. Voight and son Dick retumw
Sunday (mm a two-weeks trip to
bored to Yakima Wednesday to get
some apples.
Loretta Mills returned to school
Tuesday after several days illness.
Jane Withers and. Kent Tay'mZ 'l‘; who" star in _ the V feature “The
Girl From Avenue A,” playing 91; the Roxy Sunday and Monday.
No More Winter Pea
Seed Available from CCC
Word was received in the Conser
vation office on Thursday morning
that no more Austrian Winter Pea.
seed is available for distribution
from the Commodity Credit Cor—
poration. Hairy vetch seed is still
’ According to Harry Fleming, act
ing chairman of the Benton County
AGA, this means that no seed can be
purchased at 3%0 per pound. The
growers can still «buy Austrian Win
ter Pea seed from private seed
houses and sell their 1942 crop to
Commodity Credit for the 5-oent
price for No. 1 seed, providing they
are signed up and in compliance
with wheatand potato acreage ab‘
lotments. _
Series of Card Parties
Pla‘nned by Grange
The local grange has begun a series
of card parties the first being held
last week. rNine tables of pinochle
were played with high scores going
to Mrs. Rodney Travis and Leo
Prenguber, Mrs. Rolf Anderson and-
Ralph Burkhart holding the low
scores. The traveling prize was won
by Morton Meek and door prize by
Mrs. Ralph Burkhart'.
7 Mercer and Hill recently sold their
114' ‘-
.lorse Heaven property .to a panty
from Walla Walla. The farming
equipment was purchased by Paul
Hill of Rattlesnake.
Close Basketball Game
Friday With Hanford
HOVER - 113de team came
down last Friday (or a basketball
game with Rivervie'w. They won
with a score of 25-23.
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. McKinney
of {Pasco were Hover visitors on
Staff for H. S. Annual
Start Year’s Work
BENTON CITY—The high school
annual staff has selected Joyce
Jacobs and Helen Brooks as 00-edi
tors: John Roop and Bobby Johan
son, business managers: Ramona
Johnson and Vivian Chapman, pro
}duction staff; Leo Warren, features;
Dick Johanson. sports; Anna Mae
‘ Brooks. organizations; Russell ‘
Thompson, activities; Historians:
senior. Clinton King; junior. Erwin
Brooks; sophomore, Dorothy Fann
holz; freshmen, Aletha Linden; art
edimrs, Allene Smith and Jean Bat-l
rum. Miss Jen-me Bmoks is adviser
and Miss Eleanor Bushnell willtake‘
the snap shots.
The B League basketball sched
nle as released is:
November ZB—Hanford an; Benton
City; River View at White Bluffs.
December s—Benton Ciby at Rich
land; White Bluffs at Ham‘ord.
. December lz—mver View at Ben
ton City: Richland at Hanford.
December 19—IBen'ton City at
yum Bluffs; RiehJa- ml at River
iaw. ~
’ January 2—Hanford at River
>View: White Bluffs at Richland.
January 9—Mfite Bluffs at River
View; Benton cm at Hanford.
.January 16—Richland at Bean
Ci-ty‘; Hanford at White Bluffs.
January 23—:Ben-bon City at River
View; mnford at Richland. _
January tic—White Bluffs at Ben-‘
ton City; River View at Richland.
February G—Rdyer View at. Han-1
ford; Richland atl‘White Bluffs. ‘
The Jamboree jg to be at Richw
land November 13. ’ _ 1
Valley Residénts Spend
Day in WaflgWalla -
Mrs. W. I. Hudlow returned home
Thursday after several days in
ed to Walla WWW
Walla Walla. They were accompan
led by Mr. and Mrs. Lesley Smith
who motored (to Walla Walla Mon
day for, a medical check-up.
Returns Hbme After
Absence of Two Weeks
ROVER—Mrs. Lulu Geissler ar
rived home last week after being
in Spokane and Lewiston the past
two weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. Wilford mm
and d’amlly of Pfiot Rock visited
his parents, m. and Mrs. Clem
Tholman last week.
Mrs. Eagle mm has been car
ing for Mrs. Austin Schubert at the
Schubert home since she returned
from the» hospital last Thursday.
All-High School Play
Is Nearing Completion
“Mystery at Midnight," the all-
Hi play to be presented to the
community Nov. 14th in the Ken
newick High school auditorium is
nearing _completion.
' At .this date “mystery at Mid
‘sim-ble in a production of this type.
The WhOIG Play has plenty of action
and thrills with one of the high
points as a kidnapping. The main
romance leads are played very et
fecti'vely by Pat Sonnenberg and
“911111 Giles, while the comedy
pants are provided by Arlene Amen
and Norman Robbins with the col.
oredangle by DickEomkeras Res-1
Friends Celebrate
Seventy Fourt Birthday
’ BENTON CITY—Mrs. rem cram
\Benson of Finley were Thin-ad”
‘m at flhe J. E. Druen home at
mom. It was Mm. Dmen’s seventy
fiourth birthday anniversary. 1
M. W. Roop and son, Milford mo-‘
bored to Portland Friday tou- that
week-end. They mm Sunday‘
accompanied by Mrs. Reap, who had
spent two weeks with her pamts,
Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Appleman.
M 135 MW Hartman at El
lenswre spent the week-end at her
Wilma Fillmore employed at the
Big Y warehouse in Belah, spent
the week-end at home. Her parents
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Fillmore, and
Joyce Russell. took her back to Be.
Jab Sunday tutu-noon.
Because of the shortage of game
line, office workers in Shanghai are
being urged not to use motor buses,
taxicabs or private can in going
home for the noonday “fifth" but
to start the day who: and work;
through until quitting time early in]
the afternoon.
Weatherman Dishes Out
Week of Grand Weather
After the first little taste of
crimpy fall weather", the disher-up
per relented and has been giving as
perfect fail weather. Last week end
he had enough frost to fairly well
clear the leaves off the trees. kill
the weeds and prepare the country:
side for the winter to come. His?
{3321.5 show the following tempera-1
1940 1941
Thursday. Oct. 30— 65-48 55-28
Friday, Oct. 31— 61-38 50-29
Saturday. Nov. 1— 59-37 48-32
Sunday, Nov. 2 60-40 60-43
Monday. Nov. 3 56-33 65-40
Tuesday, Nov. 4 55-31 64-46
Wednesday, Nov. 5 45-33 67-43
Bold Mountain Hunters
Bring Back Two Elk
BENTON CITY Several local
sportsmen left Friday and Saturday
to hunt elk at Bald Mountain. In
the group were John Schwendig and
son, Harvey. Harry, Laurence and
Ted Kendall, Al Rhoades and Glenn
Snyder. Barney Lewis and his fa
ther, W. H. Le'uris'of Ellenshurg. uret
hunting in the mountains near El
lensburg. Early Wednesday morn
ing Arthur Johnson and Ralph Fin
ley left. for Bald mountain on their
elk hunting trip. Harry and Ted
'Kendau returned Wednesday each
{with an elk. Laurence Kendall had
fnot succeeded in bagging his game
yyet and remaixazd at the mountain.
Four-H lea rs and assistant
leaders met Thursday at the school
house with Miss Marguerite Berry
of Kennewick. assistant county
agent. The group outlined the year's
work. ‘
Members of Friday Club
Enjoys Music and Eats
Pburth Friday club met at the Sands
and Van Patten home Friday. the
3181:. ‘A good time was had with
musical selections and refmeshments.
Mrs. Clint Glamer of Finley was
Friday. Id M 139. Furious (1
Mr. an . an
daughter at 31313” visited at the
John Marsh. home Sunday after
noon“ ,
: Mrs. Harry Headiugton maimed
to her home at Tule Lake Monday
after spending three weeks with
her daughter, Mrs.. Niel Anderson.
Mrs. A. L. Reavis returned home
Monday after several days inWall
owe. Ore. .
Mrs. Gecll Hudlow and .two boys
of'Sunnyslde visited his folks. Mr.
and Mrs. w. I. Hudlow Sunday.
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