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Th” ll; 3911:1190, 1947
l-l'i school Honor
Sindenls Named
The honor roll for the Kenne
third six weeks’ period was made
public this week. The names of
student!- who qualified for scho-
Ilc more are men as follows:
Sophomores—Barbara Babcock,
Mary Ellen Block. Roger Block,
Bill meg, Donna Brewer, Ra
mono Boats, Don Cooley, Jay
Eve Dorothy (“08‘“), Duane
Hugh”, Barbara Henmgan, Nor
ma nmm, Joan Jackson,
m um Leonard Luvaas,
“my ma 2:: an» a;
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uracil. Bo Scott, Kenneth Silo
SIM! hank Smith. Leßoy Spit
:er. ”a Norman Vorvick.
Janina-Buena Albrecht. Edith
“m, Shirley Bateman, Nan
cy Wt- Bugene Cole, Pauline
Chum nary Cole, Frances
mm Brant Elliott, Louise
Gm: Donald Gum, Janet Kilo
ller. Stewart Houston, Barbara
Jon“, Stanley Lewxs, Raymond
m Florence Smith. Betty
Jean Wilson. Imogene s'fifmn'
m sue, Lenore omas,
Ihr! Travis, Ellen Welch, Art
sum—Gladys Mae Ash, Es
ther mum-t, Luella Bowman,
Neva Bradley. Ramona Cha man,
Glenna Denney, Ninette five“,
Warde Felton, Marjorie Garner
01m Griffith. Doris Gussenhoven'
ngel Henson, Pat Johnson, Gear:
118 Jones, Dorothy Larson, Lee
Long, Janet Mason, Opal McKay
Dona Bmg gicharclr Smith,
math son. erry an '
m Weath Cleve,
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The seven children. eleven grand children. and tour gen grand
children will gather at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. . nadlow.
28 West Maple Street. Walla Walla. to join in the celebration of their
Golden Wedding anniversary on February 2. Mr. and Mrs. Hudlow.
who were married Jan. 31. 1891. are tanner Kennewick residents.
Printers Gather Here For
Meeting and Dinner
Kennewick and Pasco printers
were hosts Sunday to the Walla
Walla Typographical union of
which they are members. Follow
ing a business meeting wives
joined the members for a dinner
at The Cottage
Charles Knapp, AIL represen-
tative, spoke following the dinner
on- the present status and pros
pects of union organizations in
the_KemLewick-Pasco area. 7
The Typographical Union is
planning more similar social meet
ings with a picnic scheduled for.
Sacajawea park this summer.
California has the knelt
amount. of developed water power
3min»: Men's League 9! Al_.
Newmans _ 39 gg
Mbbil * 3g 3g
gangs ” 27 27
Farmers Ins. .... 28 28
Twin City Creamery 26 29
Pollyanna 21 33
Safeway: Conrow 384, Moore
358. Rickaby 208, Gilbert 454.
Solms 426. total 1020.
Twin City Creamery: J. Goin‘
480. B. Gain 475. McDonald 395.
Dummy 308, Dummy 321, hdcp.
24, total 2001.
Neumans: Otte 440. Herb Lenz
389, Neuman 491. Coulson 300,
Pohl 543. total 2273.
‘ Std. Oil: D. Doer 378, Harold
Lenz 400, Rome 424, Dummy
378,. Dummy 372. total 2000.
Pollyanna: McGowan 420. Seo
ville 351. Graft 417, Mackey 410,
Jordan 441, hdcp. 48, total 2090.
Mobil: Becker 370. Aman 420.
C. Razue 498, H. Dummy 014.
Dummy 411, total 2123.
Farmers: Sherwood Ford 420,
Everett Dague 405, L. N. Dame
1405, M. Dague 431, Fisher 377.
*hdcp. 21. total 2127.
} Kings: 3. Bowman «4, n. w.
‘Parker 510, Rodeman 303. J.
’Johnson 471, a. A. Parker 413.
[total 2237. .
Active Club League ‘
Keolkers 38 16
V.‘ F. W. 35 19
Inter City Bus 33 21
Ray-D-Ant 31 23
Holy Name 31 23
Sheepherders 21 33
Kenn Auto 15 39
Wash. Hdwe. 13 41
Holy Name: Mahoney 418,
Ray Schwartz 375. Walker 369,
Pete Schwartz 373, Dummy 426,
hdcp. 3, total 1961.
Inter City Bus: K. Campbell
378, E. Saflord 432, R. Saflord 358,
G. McGary 404, Landwermeyer
407, hdcp. 36, total 2065.
Ken Auto Supply: Christensen
414, Lindholm 387, Dummy 387,
D. Gum 357, Dummy 387, hdcp.
33, total 1932.
Wash. Hdwe.: Libby 491, E.
Dague 434, Randall 366, B. Gra
vensland 400, Dummy 294, hdcp.
45, total 2030. -
KoelkerzinJordan 506, Rademan
404, Bing an 480, Clifford 411,
Thomas 413, total 2214.
Ray-D-Ant: Atterbury 402, Mc-
Laury 399, Beall 387, Dummy 405,
Dummy 420 thp. 24, flital 2037.
Sheepherders: Gruber 73, Bab
cock 412, M. Cronin 322, Bailey
469, H.’ Cronin 369,‘ hdcp. 138,
toatl 2183.
V. F. W.: G. Parker 433, B.
Shields 485, P. Thompson 413, V.
fin 447, C. Dague 479, total
The National Conservation Bu
reau, accident prevention division
of the Association of Cacualty and
Surety Executives, reports that
the 24,000 deaths caused by auto
mobile accidents in the first nine
months of this year in 30 per cent
above the comparable 1045 period.
Totals however, are 13 per cent
below the 1941 period.
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Meet: at American Legion Hall
Robert W. Ely Poet No. 8!
Meet: In ond 3rd Thus-lam
Visitors and members welcome
Kennewick Lodge
No. 153 F.&.A.M.
First and Third Wodnendm
Masonic Hail
W. M. Knowles, WM.
P. 0. Stone, Sec.
F.O.E. 2485, Kennewick
Moots Pin! and Third Than.
4Phii Melon. W. P.
. ‘Vitflil Manon. Soc.
Kennewick 1.0.0. F.
No. 222
Meet: Ivory Honda, 8 Pl
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lCuh Seoul Lore
Local Cub Scout leaders at
tended atraining Pow-Wow Thurs
day afternoon and evening at the
Kennewick Methodist church. It
was conducted by R. D. Mc-Der
mott and Lynn Hebron of the
Blue Mountain council omce.
The afternoon session was for
instruction of mothers who meet
with small groups of boys nine.
ten and eleven years of age after
school in the mother‘s home.
Home-made games were played;
play methods of teaching skills
were practiced; and handicraft in
struction was given.
Kennewick Den Mothers attend
ing were: Mrs. Marjarie Beamer,
Mrs. R. C. Rector. Mrs. Aman
Mueller anders. Hal Clark.
u.’ mCub ”fifigm ““’ ‘33
e u . program
attended. Present were Mrs. Ruth
Thomas, Mrs. Cleo Clark, Mrs.
S3M: Schuler, Mrs. BMicldilred
oodtufl, M“- U 9!.
Mrs.. Ida 11%. Marian
Ring Mrs. Lulu n, Mrs. C.
J. ngerecht, Mrs. Ray Owens.
Mrs. Niel Halter. Mrs. Lyle
Coonege Mrs. M. H. Candee. and
Mrs. tte Smith.
Atter school the Den Chiefs
took their training course in
methors of ham-ding the Den
meeting, showing tricks to the
Cubs. andodtaskingrhcharggo 0‘ the
game peri . ese ys are
Boy Scouts who are active in
their own troops, but give part
time leadership to the Cub Scouts.
At the evening session, training
was given to Cubmasters. Pack
committeemen and other inter
ested adults in the conducting of
’ ' and keepinng of rec-
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entertained a group of indie. tor‘
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purpose of organizing an art club.
memtewnselected pneeident
and the organization will be
Fridayflternoomwhereon paint
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