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Wsday, Novvam‘ber 27, .1941.
bhﬂdren Return Home Upon Return of Parents -mI.ANDS—MIss Florence Mae.‘ I” Arlene and Wayne Smith. who D” been staying at the home 01 w grand-parents, Mr. and Mrs. W Lethe! during their parents’ W' returned to their home in m Heaven Samrday evening. I, “We last week and were the machine guwts at. the home at m mgley’s sister, Mrs. Jewel Mush and family. was Claude mm stayed mm the meley W during melt parent's ab ". m, and Mrs. W. s. Green and mm mm, returned home Sunday mug after spending Thanksgiv u week wiﬂh Mrs. Green’s sister. mw.(P.SMhand familyandher um,Mrs.L.V.Oorfmanlano ”ﬁg, Terrance Taylor renamed to “‘lB. Green home Sunday arter mm. after spending the week at the ad] Davis home in Kennewlok. ur. and Mrs. Claude nylon W. Elaine, son Earl, Mr. and In. c. a. Meyer. Island. Eusem. mime and Arlene 1118197. were Wm dinner sum of Tay m parents. Mr. and Mrs. Fred mammal) in Pasco. Thanksgiving Guests Return to Home in Kent m.aners.AlKnJghtandson, ammo! Kennspentbhe'mmnka mmndaysattheWm.Knight mdnmrerkmshome. 'llheyre- WmtheooastSundayevemng. m.aners.'rommyKnightand mJeltWednaday foretew days’ Mtwtthms.wmiamxnigmtn Yakima. ' meat Gm or! Tom is visiting with his family on the WW D. E. 'lbylur. Man has been won-k --maﬁa-mismahasremnedlbo Mohameonﬂmﬁﬂamands. hmlly ententained at dinner on may,m.meu maximum, Ole Haldén, It. and Mrs. .145 Lampson and flyondlra'ﬂzttled'mppen- 7m mime of Toppenish 13 visit hg hisdaughter, Mrs. Wank Lamp m and family this week. Ted Watkins Family Entertains Relatives HIGHLANDS—Mr. and Mrs. 'lVed Watkins and family entertained alt dame:- Thanksgiving day the follow lngguwts, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Hes m, Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Preston ad family, Mr. and Mrs. R. H. ﬂuency, son, Wayne and daughter, Kenna and Mr. and Mrs. Marion Warner and family of Benton City. m Whmiﬂred Hawn or the River Road was an ovemight guest Friday of Miss Opal Waﬂmns. Bud and Eddie Valley of Shelton hue week-end guests at lube home ﬁ and Mrs. Ted Watkins and later [Abel of PuJJmam visited we:- the holidays with his parents, Ir. and Mrs. Henry Leibel. Mrs. Wm. Knight and Mrs. Wm. Bennett left Sunday for Yakima. to mantle their woirk 1n the apples. Highlands People Visit in Irrigan, Oregon HIGHLANDS—Mrs. C. C. Doer rlng. daughters, Miss Bertha. and was Linda and son, Paul, visited over me week-end at the Jess White home in Irrigon, Oregon. The Whites are former Highland mldents. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Doermg and hmﬂy, who have spent the past law months in Hermiston, have re gs? to «their home on the High- Mrs. Alan Moller (Eunice Husker) II! Hoqlnam arrived Monday to visit her pal-ms, Mr. and Mrs. N. 1.. Malta and mmily. Ma's. Frank Lampson, Mrs. N. L. Maker, daughter. Verdine and son, Harbie. were Walla Walla visitors list Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lelbel and t 811111? and gmhdchiﬂdr‘en, the Misses ”Glance Mae and Arlene. and Wayne 3mm and mm Leibel od' Pullman had manksgmng dinner 33: home of Mr. and Mrs. Ward Bentoti City Folks Move to the Highlands EIGHLANDS—Mr. and Mrs. Mar-‘ in Warner and family of Benton citYm'emovmgthisweekrisotihe L E Meyer place on the High hkk. which was recently put- Cheated by M. M. Maul-ton. Mrs. Wanner is a sister of Mrs. Wanaoe Preston. . burs. Bdertha Simsen left hit Ynez: span Thanksgiving wee - her daughter, Mrs. Murray Brown lid 1311111? in Yakima. Mr. and Mrs. Orin Batman. and family entertained Manksgiving lusts. Covers were laid for Mrs. ﬁmcgenson and Mrs. Dave Ben; an daughter, Anna Marie, Wok. Wayne 8111911937 01' ws.c. spam the Thanksgiving holiday with his beams, Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Smalle'y. Glam Felton and sons, Warde and “0881' Spent Thanksgiving with rel “iVes in Tekoa. Clarence ﬁSonderman, Jr. Resumes W. S. C. Classes meANDS—Claa'enoe Sander % motored to Pullman Sunday, “king his son. Clarence jr. back to “Mme his studies at W.S.C. after “pending Thanksgiving with his Parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Son dmnan and family. Mrs. A] Morgan, who was con ﬁned to her home last week. with “has. is improved at ibis writing. 1910 Fix-sf Pendleton roundup. This has grown to become world-famous with annual attendance of 35,000. PP&L ﬁrst served Kennewnck m 1910. 100 kwh cost $13.25 1915 The Columbia River Highway opened to traﬁc, but formal dedication was year _‘later. 100 kwh only 89-20 1925 Battleship Oregon given to state and berthed at Portland. Another rate cut— -100 kwh now only $5.01 1936 U. of Washington crew won wurld’s champion ship at Olympic games in Ber lin. 109 kwh down to $4.21 Since it began to serve , Won PP&L has cut " the price of 100 kwh! (Residential service in Kennewickl Q. How much is 100 kwh? ‘ A. According to the Federal Pow ' er Commission, this is enough to ’. operate lights,refrigerator,radio, j.. ironer, washer, toaster and other ~ small appliances in the average - V home for an entire month. 3.: _'; Q. Have all electric rates been cut? ',lﬁ A. Yes, all electric prices have . been slashed. For example, the j price of 40 kwh has been reduced 67%, the price of 150 kwh has i'_ been cut 74%. 1923 Washington state ﬂag oﬁcially adopted. First rate cut after World War I sent 100 kwh down to $7.45 1929 Longest tunnel in western hemisphere opened thru Cascades by G. N. Rail road. 100 kwh now $4.96 1937 Russians ﬂew from Moscow to Vancouver via north p01e—5228 miles in 63 hrs.lookwh cut to $4.16 1911 Oregon abolished the whipping post for wife beaters. 100 kwh of electric lmum then cost $9.50 1924 Interstate bridge between White Salmon and Hood River completed. Price 3f 100 kwh cut to $6.61 1931 Oregon state police started operations. Pacific Power & Light Company cut price of 100 kwh to $ 1 , 4.65 1939 Washington observ ed 50th year of statehood with 1 16 celebrations. Another rate Icut—loo kwh now $3.89 These reduced your electric rates: Technical Ilnpmvamenls .. .made possible because PP&I. is part of a large organization that has adequate capital and the best engineering btains. @ACII‘IC POWER & LIGHT 0N PAG I: AFTER PAG I: at Northwest History ...TIIE SAVINGS ALWAYS ARE PASSED 0N I'o 70!! in the form of lower and lower electric rates. 700'". FIND A P.P.&I. RATE REDUCTION! As soon as it was organized back in 1910, Paciﬁc Power & Light started a long-range program for reducing your electric rates. And it has made good! The price of elec tricity has been cut again and again! 5, Others may promise—Paciﬁc Power & Light “delivers the goods” year after year. You’ll ﬁnd this record of cheaper and cheaper electricity on the pages of history .. . it’s no mere theory or idle promise. I And if the American system of business enterprise is allowed to continue, you can count on PP&L to keep right on cutting your electric rates and improving your, service. ‘ y 1941 Shipbuilding it revived on a mud mic in Paciﬁc Northwest. with local yords setting construction records. Even though other prices are skyrocketing, PP&L cut the price of electricity on May 22nd. 100 kwh today costs only $3.61 Bum Management . . .always strivingtocut cases and better service. No dull bureaucracy, the PP&L organimtion must be conmntly on its toes. Market [Development ...newelearicequip- meat is pioneered. new WMMM gas up, thcmuof deliv eringakwhgoeldown. 7