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you XXVII
Pomona Advocates
Price Ceiling on
Labor, Industry
Elect officers, receive
subordinate reports;
plan visitations
Alice 8. Ayers, reporter.
()1 November 8, at Kiona-Benton,
a Benton County Pomona elected
n W officers:
W». Anton Norling of- Vale
m; Overseer, Ernest Sherry of
my Grange; Icahn-er. Irene
”has of Finley Grange; Steward,
3.3. Ayers of Finley Grange; As
‘nt Steward. Hany Sandburg of
vile Gm; Chaplain. Ethel Clark
a Kamewick Highlands Grange;
WET, Elmer Dining of Buena‘
m Grange: Secretary, Maude
3mm of Kionavßenton Grange;
“tamper, Oscar Anderson of Vale
m; Pomona, Bertha. Story of
Wok Highlands Grange;
on. Mildred Heberlein of locust
We Grange; Flora, Pauline Cope
“oi Vale Grange; Lady Assist
umnrd, Esther Norling of Vale
me; Executive Committeeman
a» three years, Harry Fleming 0!
nun-Benton Grange; Home Eco
“ Chairman, Nellie Sherry of
m Grange; Reporter, Alice B.
m d Finley grange; Musician,
unhn Swayze of Kennewick Valley
van—officers were present except
W. 10m and one execu
uneunnptteeman. A 7 7
[me Chaplain reported having
mm to Sisters Eanl-Sutton,
G. W. Krohling, Elmer Kemp and H.
”on. Also- a plant to Brother
my; emit“! “I: 3; WM te Bluflis, who
“my Veteran’s ospital
um Walla. '
h- the legislative Committee
Ayers told of the new
in the tax laws. He ex
' the dififerenoe {between sep
uige and joint income max returns
lune tax on all admissions.
m:- M. G. Gnu-k, in reporting
h the Marketing Committee,
medthe planting of amps want
d by the government in National
We. The County Agent will
he help along this line. He also
filmed price setting.
Met Royer reported for the
Elle: Oatmmttee.
WIRE; End Sister Simme
:3,“ tor the Woman’s Oom-
I file annual meeting will be held
me: 13 at Vale. The following
'mm was adopted: ‘
1730*” pm. mine of arrange.
no: p.m. msolufions and business
"cum. yearly reports at sub-
M Masters, Pomona officers
“mum mnnbers.
4105 mm. business. .
No 7:30 p.m. dinner served by the
m: M.
7:30 to 8:30 pm. initiation of can-
Ues by Pomona ofiicm's. ‘
"0111 pm. installation by Sisberi
hfiflliman’s Pomona team. Sis-
I: Ruth Simmelink will have
he: of the tableaux. '
”0° 10:30 Program under the di
:hu of Pomona. and Vale lectur-
i m favorite the es
“uncut Of the main office of
b Grange Cooperative Wholesale
hSwindle was disapproved by the
mine for lack of information.
W by the Pomona.
‘ mailman that we vigorously
“the Douzhum Bill now before
w 101' the reason that such
'u Wll4 place the American
he: at a decided disadvantage
“”11 industlv and labor which
it" enjoying unprecedented pro
‘ “‘1 wages. Approved by the
W with this recommenda
:"s 'me Doughbon Bill is reported
1 Mde for a price ceiling on
fl Mists but no floor. I: this
1 m: we approve this resolu
‘h ““1 a provision that a price
M“! *be Placed on labor and in
;‘W products. Sustained .
lime? Fred Wilson, in reporting
uh acricultural committee, said
“liners are cooperating in com
f"! the fam program which will
“NY on time. Several cam
am the county are already
1 he have been made for grease
; accompanied by Pomona
; The Visited grange mica-s
: the chains. Judges will
Each Pomona officer will
owl-mending officer in
“use Visited. The following
it.- was submitted by the com-}
o .131. Locust Grove to Kenne-{
9, A “3110?; December 5. Buena
he” Rattlesnake; December 9,
Blunts to Hamord; December
“mum: Highlands *bo Kiona
g : January 15. Kim-Benton
, "may; February 5. Vale to White
51" Feb. 26, Valley foo Hanford;
; -7. Rattlesnake to Horse
i : March 21. Finley to Locust
‘ hie Heaven will visit Vale at a
f hm upon by themselves.
1 the cookie and candy contest
canlDbell, McCarty and Ben
g afled as judges. The prizes
; in each class. first, $1.00: sec
; 75°: third, 3. an. The awards
3 follows:
Wed cookies, first. Sister Hulda.
! : second. Sister Schernit
-3 film, Sister Noriing.
1 . cookies. first, Sister Brigg]:-
' ”ond, Sister ers; third. -
1 pi? Clark. A?
Just. Sister Mex-s: second.
(continued on page 8.)
Debaters, Anyway,
Win From Pasco
The Kennewick affirmative de
bate team consisting of Hal Keene
and Doris ‘Lewis debated with Pes
co on November 3 at Pasco. The
judges returned a decision in favor
of Kennewick. Hall Keene and Geo.
Reymore will uphold the negative
against 'Prosser here, Nov. 17th.
There will .be a. practice debate with
Pasco before the official Prosser dew
hate. The debate quwtion for this]
year is “Resolved that every able-1
bodied male citizen between the
ages of 18 to 21 should have at
least one year of full time military
service before reaching the present
dram age.”
‘Junior High -
League to Meet
in Kennewick Next
About thirty attend
sessions in Yakima
from here
Kennewick was (mosen as 'time
place of the semiannual confer
ence of Yakima valley junior high
school girls league members next
spring when more $113.11 200 junior
high school girls of Elleushurg,
Grandview, Kennewick, Prosser,
Sunnyside, 'lbppenlsh, Wapato and
Yakima. met in the WW
gaunior high school building Satur
y.
Each group of girls presented a
skit setting forth proper social
techniques and home conduct. In
an addm to thegirls, MrsoE. W.
Piglon of Yakima urged them to
develop strong family loyalties and
3to learn the numerous ways to
make themselves more acceptable
at home, in school and in the com-p
munity. T. J. Murphy. Washing
:ton Junior High principal, spoke
at a luncheon in the school cafe-l
teria.
I There weve group disousion
'meetings in the afternoon on a va
‘riety of topics ranging from 3pm
i'to music and fine arts. A musical
‘proeram and a sodal period lod
lowed in the gymnasium. mm,
pals or the schools neprwented and*
the girls faculty advisors had 9.1
meeting and tea. was Karla Mar-1
semen, thhington Junior, High
teacher, (had general‘dharge ufthe‘
conference.-—4 Yakima Republic. |
'hvo More NYA Youths
Land Defense Jobs
E Wayne 0. Hanson of Benton City
fand Loans Won of Hanford re
hoedved employment at Boeing Alr
cradlt company as buckets following
work experience at «the Seattle Res
udent Project of the National Yw‘th
Axdmlnistwtion, according to George
P. Sheridan, State Youth Admin
istrator. '
While at the resident project, the
youth receive S3O a. month from
which which $lB is deducted for
board and room and medical and
dental care. In cooperation with
vocational school authorities, relat
ed training is given in such specific‘
aircraft defense. occupations as rivet-1
ins, bucking sub-assembly, aircrew
sheet meta-1 and engine maintenance.
In addition, work experience is se
cured in welding, machine opera
tion, forge and other type of work.
Information concerning the Na
tional Youth Administration may be
obtained from sterling 'l'hrossell,
Area. Youth Personnel officer, Na.-
tiomal {oath Administration, Fair
grounds, Yakima.
D. A. R. Seeking Girl
To Represent State
: Kennewick Chapter Daughters of
mhe American Revolution under the
chairmanship of Mrs. J. H. Sieg
cfried,lsaskingantmemghschools
in Benton and Franklin counties to
select girls from each senior class
rho enter the Good Citizensth Pll-‘
grimage contest sponsored by the
National Society Daughta's of {he
Axnerlcan Revolution. l
The girls excelling in the qualities
of dependability, service, leader—
ship and patriotism, are selected.
Senior students select three girls
whom they think qualify as good
citizens. From these girls the fa.-
culty selects one to represent the
school.
‘ Final selection or the state rep
‘xesexftative will be made through a
questionnaire.
This girl will ‘be known as the
Pilgrim and will be given a trip to
our Nation’s Capital with all ex
penses paid. Here she will meet
the representatives from all the
other states and will be given a sight
seeing trip over WaShington, D.C.,
visiting many historic places. Mar
garet Smith was chosen to repre
sent Keamewick high school. i
Margaret Smith Candi
date for Washington Trip
mrg‘aret Smith, senior, was
chosen as a candidate for the DAB.
The judges were Hal Keene, Julia
Durocher and four others. Margaret
will be examined by the DAB.
judges and will compete with a.
number of girls from other schools.
You may remember Trula Scion as
the DAB. candidate in 1937.
KENNEWICK, WASHI NGTON, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 13,1941.
700 Acres to be in
Austrian Peas
in Benton County ,
More than 500 acres
near Kennewick al
ready signed for crop
Approzdmately 700 acres in Ben
ton county will be planted to Aus
trian .pea seed this year, according
ltoareport madethdsnoon by Har
ry 33191111118 f ..c: the Bentonflmmty
amount 541 acres are inthe Kenne
vidck dbtrlct, he said, with 39 am
at Benton pity and 21 acres in the
Presser district. A trial patch of 25
acres will be tried on dry land in
the west end also, he W. 1
Ifthepeastturn outaswel-lasex
.pected, the total net profit on the
500 acres in this end 'of the county
was estimated at $44,000 by Mr.
lFlemslng. He also said that all of
the seed allocated to this county
,had already ‘been taken and the
acreage is completely signed up. 'llie
seed was purchased with the under
standing .that |line government can
punchase the bulk or the crap at a.
stated price. A l, .
Gmwrthorflthepeamupls otgreat
benefit to the land, Mr. Fleming
m, the value being almost equal
to the cash received from the sale
01' the crop.
Ludlow to Head
C. of C. for the
Coming Year
McGhee to be vice;
commibbee heads and
board members named
1 F. M. Ludlow will be president of
the Kennewick chamber of com
mercs far the coming year, his
election being assured this noon
when nominations were declared
Howard Mac-thee ms named as
vice premdent, with E.- C. Tweet as
treasurer. Chairman at the stand
ing commmees, who also make up
the board art direction. wen named
as follows: -
I Irrigation and land setbmm, H.
G. Fyfe; transportation and indus
tries, (Ed Webber; roads” and tour
,ists, H. E. Oliver; advertising, R. E.
Reed; trade relations, Ed Neuman;
smeuiberßhlp, Ennest Huberp house
,oammtttee, B. A. Mueller; agri
culture and markets, E. J. Brand
and finance, P. J. Richmond. ‘
The election is slated for m;
weeks from today, as there will be 1
no meeting next Thursday on acr
count of the holiday. The new of
ficewmvtakemeirjobsthefh'st
meeting in December.
Pinochle Club Party
Postponed to Nov. 18
HIGHLANDS—m wand Les
Amies Pinochle club, which was to
have .been held next Tuesday, No
vember 18 in honor or the Club’s
tenth anniversary. has been post
poned until Wednesday atter the
Thanksgiving, Nov. 26611, to be held
at the home of Mrs. Frank lamp
son.
About twenty Kiwamans went to
Pasco Monday noon to attend the
Ilucheon them, inasmuch as the reg
ular local date was on Tuesday, An
interesting program had been me.
owed, it is reported.
The Oldtimer
EARLY PAPER
Observance of the Thanks
giving holiday on Thursday of
nut week will be largely a
matter of tamnygvkmng, 3p.
WW.Tlmewillbenospec
isl‘chnmhservicmnofoothan
game and no com-nouns. All
local stores will be obsed all
Baum. :, _
Advertisenandcmmdems
are advhed to get their copy
mint-fielpouppera
day early flat ”0n... an
printingotnoefiorcekphnnjng
togetthemoutWolnesday
evening, so that they, too, In;
enjoythehollday. -
P.-T. A. Advocates
Parent Cooperation
The Parent ~Teadler Manon
held 8 very interesting and in
stmctive meeting Wednesday eve
ning. November 412 in the high
school auditorium.
‘lihe program consisted of talks,
"Nutrition in the Home" by Miss
Berry, “Faun-e Farmer Projects” by
George Reymore, “How Home Eco
nomics Gan Aid in National De
fense” by (Eileen Ivers‘on. Those
speeches brought forth many en
lightening facts to the audience.
’Music was furnished by the faculty‘
mum’s qmntet, consisting or: Victor‘
?Mgem, Marshall Search. M. G.‘
our]: and Mr. {Bloom and commun
‘city singing led by Mr. Bloom. ‘
As this is National Education
week the P.-T. A. widhes to take this
opportunity to invite all parents to
visit your school to better learn its‘
purposes and methods. _We want
parent and teacher cooperation and
:l'eel this can best be achieved by
becoming better acquainted.
Bridge Is a Cinch
Says Sam Gordon
’Oongtraot bridge is a cinch. ac
oordlngtofiamaordonfllhexjmt.
zenwhowmbehweforaseriaor
contract bridge Jason-locum on
December I,2and3in-t’heAl-mw
Gum banquet mam. aponsomd by‘
me Busines a: Pmteuonal Wo
man’s Club. j
Essaystheoniyahnoftwopart.
nezsinabridgegameistotenead:
other how many trkzks they expect,
ototainemndwhatisflieh-beottrmnp
suit, 11' any; and that’s all. And to
give that inhalation, a, player
neednotbeacivilengmeer,asta
tisbician andaclairvoyant. ‘
iAllheneedsistoieax-nthefew
basic rules and signals used by ex
‘rperts and other practical players,
which is the Horse Sense method.
rbhe on-ly requirements to play an ac
ceptable bridge game.
"msmethododommtmsmoksjs
the natural way any player would
Lusetfhewerenotconmsedbyboo
many suggwfions. You merely total
up aces, kings, queens. and the trick;
you expeotto trump. All other 68-}
pardmenfts of the game are treated
in the same vein of simplicity—Adv,‘
Switched Candidates
) Last week we ,maverbently
switched the candidates in the two
‘loeal irrigation districts. There
will be but one vacancy in the Col-‘
umbia district and two in the Ken
newick district, where the appoint
memm'HenrerlbeltomM, Iv,
Hudnall's term will expire as wm
that at F. R. Gnu.
4H’ers to Hold
Achievement Day
Here Saturday
Present charters and
pins and club awards;
to see show
4-H club members will celeln-ate
their annual Achilewanent Day Sat
undsy. November .16 at Kennewick
31% . school. Alma Combs. ommty
4-H Club president will have charge
of the business meeting at 10 pm.
Mrs. Howard Ash. president or the
County leaders' Council, will preside
during the presentation or entertaine
men; numbers by 4-H (Hubs. ‘
At =ll:3o.new 4mm: will be in-‘
itiated. These include Marie Mc-
Clure, Daryle Jones. Doris Heady.
AV”! Was, Billy McClme, Henry
Anderson, 11:, and William Evans.
Jr. of I'm-meet. Banana Whitney,
Wayne Scott, Bob Scott, Margaretta
Guano. ances Getino of Buena.
Vista. Mable Wallace. Lluian Jaodb.
son. Patrick filmmaker. Mae Tracy.
'Ellen Sultan, “18111111 Wllfln, Phyl
-1!: melts.- Margaret Kerr, Han-lea:
Myers, Stella, Spencer, Anna Nayene,
Maxine Lewis. Marie Btuwlefleld.
Blanche Wicken of Benton City,
Louise laudel of Hover, Andmy
Steinbock. of Whiwtmn. Dorothy
Smith of Finley. Mae Btroud. ann
gfi and Jean lampson of Kenne-
' Atnoonaluncheon'wmbeserved
' to 4-H’ers and their guests. m.
caret Smith will be munistm.
Chartersarsealswmbepresented
tomau 4-H clubs, canplefingsthwfilr
‘c yearsmoxsflfllyandp '
be presented to club members com
‘pletinzthelryearofclubworksuc-;
oessfully.
melKiwanistl-ophypresentedbya
themwanischzbofxennewiekwm
beamrdedtothekficlubwhose
menhmaveragethehighestscme
machievanentsforthepastyear.
At2:ooaflfllme4-H’eu,whohave
complebdflxeklfil club year-and
earnedt'hedubpinwmbegueatsof
theßoxyflbeatreinKennewick.
leadersassistlngwmlmepmm
mMrs.BenMoedeandmssAn
gels Edema- of White Bluffs;
Mrs.(marleellol'adden,w's.ohh'e
'anandll'rs. Wm. Bchwisowot
HID-ford;iu-3.Jeuemeormch
rhnd: Mrs. George Reed, m w.
Sutton and Mrs. 3. Jam (1
Benton City: Mrs. R. W. Woods.
‘mn.R.Denney.Mrs.John&mth.
meanennectendmlampaon
at Kennewick, Mrs. Alvin Dye, Ho
'Vm': Mrs. A. A. Montgomery and
Mm.Deweyßoott.m's.GuyTx-wvis¢
and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Anderson :
othsser. 4
Week’s Weather Above
Average for Time of Year
V Lastyearmeseason'sflrstfreeae
cameonArmisticenism» whenthe
temperature dmpped to 16 above.
Sofarthjsyearthelowestwnpem
ture registered was27on Saturday
flight. 'lbeljwtottheweekme‘
{thermometer has been contagt to
fihyrlshtamundthe‘tmmpomt
dining the nights. W
d-uringtiheday havebeenoonslder
ably warmer than for the corresm
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hymefollowingflgm'es: (
1940 1941
Thamxhy. Nov. 0— 40-33 01-30
mm. Nov. 7 55-40 53.30
95W. Nov. 8— , 40-40 57-30
Slmday. Nov. 0— 5-32 50-07
Monday. Nov. 10— 33-20 50-00.
Tuesday, Nov. 11— 30.24 59-30.
WM, Nov. 12— 30-10 004?
Legion Auxiliary Has
Membership Tea
am American been; Amman-y
entertained with an Auxiliary mean
hex-Ship tea. at the local legion 3.11
Wednesdayevenmg. Emu-Janet
O'Hara, president. presided over
the meeting which autumn of re
ports or the axiom m of the
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two clever mum by final-e:
“minimum-men ;
event. Mm. Minnie Owens. Gold
Star W. end Mrs. M. Shame“
link. Department Wayne!)
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Pasco Downs
Kennewick 31-0
Armistice Day
Bulldogs score three
times in first half,
twice in second
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Drive to start Nov. 24;
ask day’s wages from
each wage earner
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made mm every agency, the
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