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Mr. and Mrs. Harry Oswalt are
leaving for Tacoma where they
will make their home. Mr. Os
walt will be employed” by the US
Army Signal Corps.
A. W. Campbell is off on anoth
er hunting trip. This time he’s
after elk.
The Oswalts are back after a
pleasant trip to Nebraska points.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Hale were in
Spokane on business last week.
Lawrence Hills is visiting his
sister, Mrs. Verne Adolphson. He
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Mr. and Mrs. Charles Baum
igarten are the parents of a nine-
Ipound daughter, born a week ago
lWednesday. Mother and daugh
ter are doing well.
Mrs. A. B. Christensen came
back last Thursday from the hos
pital at St. Joseph, Mo. Chris
wears a smile that won’t come off.
Mrs. Grossman’s daughter Patty
was rushed to the hospital a week
ago Sunday with bronchial pneu
monia. She was able to come
home the latter part of last week
and has continued to get better.
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Hale were
in Walla Walla on business last
week.
Mrs. Dorothy Haim is here to
visit her mother, Mrs. Grossman.
ShewillreturnsoontoSanFran
cisco to meet her husband who has
beenintheAirCorps. Heissta
tioned on Iwo Jima at present.
Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Clifford
and son were on a business trip
to Yakima last week.
Lt. Frank J. Bates left Saturday
for McCaw General Hospital at
Walla Walla for a check up. ‘
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CARD OF THANKS
We wish to express our grati
tude to our many friends who
were so kind to us during our he
reavement for our wife and to the
Muellers for their thoughtful help.
Tom Boldt, Eileen Boldt, Frank
Boldt, Arthur Boldt, Mrs. E. R.
Supplee.
Buddy’s Corner
Hallowe’en has passed. The time
for prank playing Es come and
gone. The front ga is swinging
on its hinges once more. And the
Jack-o-Lantern will make a won
derful pie for Sunday dinner.
I left this Hallowe’en to the kids.
I’m too old for such stuff. But I
can still remember another Hal
lowe’dn. night about eight years
ago.
It happened like this:
There was a gang of about twen
ty kids back in Solon Springs, Wis.
and we used to gather at the depot
platform to map out our evening
of devilment. Oct. slat was no
different from any other night,
except that maybe it was a little
more so. ,
On this certain night we were
all there, twenty strong. The 9:30
passenger had just pulled out and
we were all ready to set forth.
Suddenly, from in back of a
cafe, there came two or three loud
:explosions. And the truth was out.
[The whole police force was laying
gfor us. They came out of the cafe;
gand from out of the hotel across,
the street. From out of the darkl
ialleys and from out of the night
With Chief of Police Clark in
the lead, they made for the back
of the cafe. They searched every
nook and cranny they could find.
There was nothing there. They re
turned to their hiding places, melt
ing into the night.
Bang! Bang! Bang! This time
a block down the street. The chase
was on again.
We kids stood on the platform,
asmuchinthedarkaswerethe
cops.
Five times came the sound of
firecrackers four-inch busters
they were. 1 Each in a different
place a block or so away.
One thing was clear to us. The
pranksters were slowly moving
toward the depot.
The sixth and last bombardment
came from behind the store just
across the street. The police,
weary from the chase, moved in
slowly. Chief of Police Clark, des
perate and tearing his hair, or at
least what hair he had—took his
men-being in his own two hands
and advanced upOn the depot.
' “Okay,” he snapped. “Who’s
the wise guy?”
L We didn’t know and we told
{him so. We said we wouldn’t tell
him even if we did. Somebody
{had stolen our thunder, but we
werebehindthemtothelastman.
' Several of us had seen the two
lshadowy figures slip behind the
post office next door. ~
Chief Clark mumbled something
about us kids staying out and
stalked off.
‘ Excitement climbed to a fever
‘ishpitch. Wemovedinahodyto
protect the two pranksters coming
in from our rear. As yet we did
n’tknowwhotheywers. Butwe
were not long in the dark. They
came up to join the gang, giggling
like .s couple of school girls.
It was Mrs. Clark—Chief Clark‘s
wife and her daughter-in-law.
They had thought they would have
some fun. They had known of the
Chief'splantolayforuskids.“
Clark said 'as how she reckoned
Hallowe’en was for the young and
aslongasnoharmwasdone,she
couldn’t see why we shouldn’t
have our fun. - ,
The poor tired cops refined to
theeafefOrsomehoteoffeeto
drown their woes in. The moon
hung low behind a cloud. We
were young. The night was ours.
And, brother, did we make use of
it! —H. D. Bsdnsr
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Demos Organize
41h Dist. Council
Organization of the Fourth Con
gressional Democratic council with
the election of officers and selec
tion of executive board members
highlighted a meeting of Demo
cratic men and women from the 12
counties comprising the district
held in Richland Sunday. Nov. 4.
Jerry O'Connell of Olympia, ex
ecutive secretary of the state Dem
,ocratic group,_ was the featured
speaker at both the afternoon
isession and the dinner meeting at
16:30. He also assisted in an ad
ivisory capacity in the organization
plans. ‘
\ Representing Benton county on‘
the nominating committee was;
Mrs. Miriam Page Hamilton of‘
ProsserandlonD.LeeperofPas
co served as temporary chairman
of the meeting.
Council officers nominated and
unanimously elected were John
Gavin, Yakima, chairman; Mrs.
Ada Kelly, Walla Walla. vice
chairman; Mrs. Kathryn Walton.
Richland. secretary; Kenneth Mc-
Neely.- Colfax. treasurer and Mr.
Leeper of Pasco. executive secre-
Mrs. Pearl M. Mahoney of Pros
ser. was elected executive board
member for Benton county by the
county delegation. The next meet
ing of the council is scheduled for
Walla Walla on Decanher 9th.
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LOST: Cocker pup, 3-mo.-old; fe
male; light brown. $5 reward
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newick Ave. ‘
SPENCER CORSETTIER will he
at the Kennewick Hotel next
Wednesday and Thursday. NOV- 14.
15. Anyone interested in a spen
cer corset should contact her there
at that time. Ask for Elizabeth
Henderson. 32¢
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CARD OP THANKS
We wish to express our sincere
thanks and appreciation to our
many friends who were so kind to
us during our bereavement: 818°
foxl-u the Ming; florgl offering.
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Axelrod; Mrs. Irvin: Silu-
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A second meeting of villagers
interested in science and enun
eeringwillheheldl-‘ridayevening
November 9th at 8:00 o'clock in
zoom 141 of the Columbia High
schooLlnthefirstpartotthepro
gramtor the evening. Dr. Charles
RWflkeamemhex-otthetaculty
at Washington State College. will
present a short illustrated talk on
pomestudies otthmugheirculation‘
drying with special nteeenee to
\masstransterintheflowotgases‘
through granular solids. This‘
workinchemieelengineerlngwas‘
conductedaspartialmltillmentot
therequirementstorhisdoctorate.
Professor Stewartnnaalehas
sociateprofeesorofOrganicChan-
istry, and Mr. Glen Jonqdimector
of the Agriculture Extension Ser
vice of Washington State College
willhefinesentalsoatthismeeting
to discuss with members of the
American Chemical Society pos
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'Bichland Group
Presents Play
Bill Rehberg. president of the
Richland Village Players. extends
an invitation to Kennewick resi
dentstocomesharethefunnext
Friday and Saturday nights. the
16th and 17th of November, when
the Players present “Personal Ap
‘pearancel’ the rollicking comedy
hit in which Gladys George ap
peared on Broadway.
What happens when the car of a
iglamorous and vixenish Holly
wood star breaks down in a peace
‘tul Pennsylvania town, is the
theme of the mirthful Lawrence
Riley play. directed by Gordon
Leader. staged by a volunteer crew
under Bern Crosley. and acted by‘
Richland‘s best talent. .
Active Kennewick members in
the Players, one of the first or
ganizations to be started in the 12-1
built Richland, are Mr. and Mrs.
L. A. Morphy and Mrs. Ethel
Christie. In Personal Appearance,
seventh Players production. Mn.
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