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Pioneer Firm
Marks can. Year
Active and progressive merch-i
andising marks the eighty-fifth‘
year of businessin this state of
Schwahach'er Bros. 8: Co., Inc.,‘
manufacturing wholesale grocers.
Through the more than four
score years, the poineer establish
ment, headquarters in Seattle, has
constantly served ever-growing
Washington communities, natably
with its famous grocery products,
Happy Home canned foods and
Gold Shield Coffee.~ .
Schwabacher founders with
stood early day difficulties of nat
ural barriers of the new Pacific
Northwest territory. Many of the
concern’s shipments in the 70’s
came -to Seattle by boat from
San Francisco. Schwabachers’ ex
perienced Seattle’s devastating
fire of 1889, and outfitted pros
pectors to the Alaska Gold rush in
the ’9o’s. Nathan Eckstein, Seat
tle business leader, long associated
:ith Schwabachers’, is ”its presi
ent.
Currently the firm is widening
its product acceptance with weekly
advertisements in the Kennewick
Courier-Reporter.
For
Plourescenl
l'ixlm'es
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NEON“ & ELECTRIC
SERVICE CO.
118 No. Tacoma Pasco
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' 1945 Model
and PiokullS" Malia!!!" '7 v loll! .. 1
We prepare your priority” application witlié' . 2
out obligation. Place your order ”now for
the truck or pickup you will need. forharyest.’
5. Gal. Motor Co.’ ‘
. FORD DEALER . ;
, Telephone 1321 .K’ennewick ‘ ?
Check and double check .. . _
sans ma Bum
It’s enriched! It’s fortified! It’s fresh baked:
, It has the right texture and flavor
BOY. 0E BUY!
18 it any wonder the family insists on '
BM’S BE'I'I'EII BREAD
and its baked right here in our own home-‘
owned Kennewick Bakery "
Apparenlly the public wants
. .
Belan’s Better Bread n
It “sells like hot cakes” and it should because
only the finest ingredients goes into it and it’s
baked in the most modern and well—equipped
bakery in the district. With our bakers, good
baking is an art.
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Kennemck Bakery
(Hollie - Owned) '
StoreHours:9a.m.to6p.m.
(Daily Except Sunday)
Miss Poling Reports- on Recreation:
Family Ila: Interesting History
(Continued From Page 1)
ing’s father, c. <2 Poling, lives in
Portland. Dan is a family name
for sure, in fact there are so many
Dan Polings that you have to be
specific and explicit when making
inquiries. “Which one?” is the in
variable question hurled at you
when asking about Dan Poling.
Miss Poling’s complete and in
temting report follows:
On Thursday, June 14th, 1945,
I began my duties as Recreational
Director at Park View Homes
Community Center in the town
of Kennewick. ,
Mr. E. S. Black, Superintendent
of schools, arranged a conference‘
with Executive Director of Park
View Homes, Mr. E. C. Smith.
iMr. Smith explained the duties of
the position, turned over ”the keys
and I was on my own!
As custodian and Recreational
Director I endeavored to build a
program of organized play for the
many children on the Project.
The age range being from 2-16
years. Of this group, more than
100 children. The daily attendance
averaged over 40.
Basketball, volley ball, ping
pong, baseball were among the
favorite sports with such games
as checkers, mumble peg, mar
bles and cards being played at al
most any hour of the day. We
have had checker turnaments and
marble championships.
Every day at 1:00 pm. the chil-;
dren participated in the Flag rais-i
ing ceremony. As a reward for
good conduct and good sports
manship two children each day
enjoyed the privilege of puting
up the Flag. All joined in giv
ing the Pledge to the Flag and the
singing of the National Anthem.
Acting on a suggestion from Mr.
Smith, the Junior Ground Patrol
was Yonned. The idea which
prompted the organization of this
unit, being one of good conduct,
sportsmanship, respect for indivi
dual and community property,
pride in their surroundings and
over-all good citizenship. The
USO cooperated in this project
by furnishing and making the
badges denoting membership and
rank. At the present time over 50
children hold membership. '
Weekly passes have been given
to shows for Saturday Matinees—
gumller of passes ranging from 4-_
H 7. The passes were given as a
reward for exemplary behavior
;or outstanding contributions to the
‘Club program. One such detail
;was gathering up coke bottles
and another time one week was
spent in aiding the paper drive
with very satisfactory results.
On the 4th of July a picnic and
track meet were held. About 50
younfiters enjoyed the day. Caps
and shakers were made by the
children with materials furnished
by USO. War Stamps, donated by‘
Mr. Smith, were given as prizes.
One of the gratifying experq
iences was discovering the inter-‘
est displayed by the children in
the Arts. Music has proven to be}
of great interest and appeal toj
girls and boys alike of all ages.‘
I have given more than a little‘
time fostering that interest and.
trying to instill a keener apprecia-‘
tion in that field; The Arts Craft
Classes under the able direction of-
Miss Edwina Crute, USO have
been enthusiasticalfv received.
Both the attendance and interest
in these classes have held up
through the summer. Miss Crute
has been a great help in working
with me toward a constructive
and well rounded program.
On August 9th, Miss Crute and
this Director are offering an even-;
ing program of music, dramatic
skit and a display of work done‘
in the Arts and Craft Classes. In;
this way we hope to show to thme'i
interested the type of work and‘
organization we have carried on
during the past two months. ‘
Among the duties as Director‘
comes leasing of the building to}
outside organizations for various‘
purposes. This includes both Pro
ject people and Town’s people.
Since June 14th we have sched
uled Church Groups, Clubs, both
Civlchand Social, Navy Organiza
tios__ and private parties. Fran
June 14thto the DIWO the
number of people such
groups has totaled 415. One of
these parties was held last Thurs,
day night, August 2, by a group
of Teen-age children. The Navy
,peOple on the Prope'ct- found that
Ethe facilities of the Eater filled
:ulntiuch neededfowantim as a re
used it r b pat-ti .
dancing for nouns. both in:
and small. , ‘ . ~
R The facilities of the USO, are
at the disposal-of the building.
Both Miskawley. USO Direc
tor and her very able assistant,
Miss crute havébeenof great help
to the program as it' n6w~functional
The Bingo Games held ”every
week, under the supervision of
Miss Crute are well attendedJ
bringing into the building people
not interested in other phases of}
the programs ‘ . ;
,Folk and Rythmic dancing‘
classes have beemofferednto girls"
from 3-12 years.‘ Singing use!
drawing classes for both boys andi
girls of all ages. (Although I
wouldn’t say it advanced the
Cause of Education to any great
extent—one of my most popular
gestures, as far as the children
were concerned, was the donation
of an armload of Comic Books!
But, I have found the appeal of
Superman, Terry and the Pirates,
more or less universal. It offered
the children a change from the
more rigorous forms of entertain
ment and brought with it a quiet
and calming atmosphere that was
we}:ome—at least—by the Direc
tor.
. As to statistics, during the last
half of June the attendance came
to 830. July the total. attendance
came to 1426. At the present
SB9, August 6th, the records show
Mr. Smith has been most help
ful, patient and kind. His interest
and encouragement has made the
work both pleasant and interest
ing.
It is the wish and desire of Mr.
Smith, Executive Director and all
the personnel of the Park View
Homes Propect that the town’s
people as well as the people liv
ing on the Project acquaint them
selves with the building program
and to use the facilities thatthe
building provides. »
It is with more than a little
regret I leave this .work and the
associations made during the time
spent in Kennewick. I deem it
a privilege to have had this op
portunity and have enjoyed the
two months work immensley.
I hope I have contributed in a
small part to the vision and ideals
bemServlild this particular Community
ce.
RETURNED HOME ,
Mr. and Mrs. W. s. Green and
son Billy and Billy Dickenson re
turned Saturday evening from a,
week’s vacation at Mr. and Mrs.
Eric Soth’s home in Spbkane and
at their cabin at Dhniond Lake.
Mrs. Green and Mrs. . Soth _are
sisters and, their mother, Mrs.
Cortman Who has been staying
with Mr. and Mrs. Soth returned
to Kennewiclr with the Greens’
for an extended visit. Mrs. Cort.
gun is a former Kennewick resi
ent.
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