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Stone Tells OI .
Tour 0! Naiion
“The best thing about the whole
trip was getting back to Kenne
wick. walking down the street
and hearing the old familiar
greeting, ‘Hi ya. Doci'"
That was the comment of Dr.
Paul 0. Stone in concluding a talk
'at Kennewick Kiwanis club Tues
day relating experiences of a re
cent trip around the country.
Accompanying Dr. Stone on the
trip were Mrs. Stone and their
daughter Nancy. ' _
Spending eight weeks, the
Stones covered 10,000 miles. Going
south from Kennewick they visit
ed old classmates of Dr. Stone in
California. In Arizona they visit
ed Mr. and Mrs. Walt Ryan, for
mer Kennewick residents.
Dr. Stone maintained perfect
attendance at Kiwanis on the trip
by visiting seven different clubs
along the route.
In South Carolina and Virginia
they visited relatives of Ml 3.
Stone. .
Dr. Stone praised Thomas Jef
ferson for his ingenuity in the con
struction of Monticello, high on
_a_ my top _near” Charlottsville.
Va. He afso described the Univer;
sity of Virginia in the same city
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Western Horse Show Samdaa and Sunday Nilhta. State
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seat is a good aeat. Uncovered grandstand Saturday—".lo.
Sunday and Elfin- DaHam and $2.50. Write or wire for
reservations or get your tickets at the arena.
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The travelers returned by the
northern route after visiting
Washington, D. C., Baltimore and
Some of Dr. Stone”s relatives
were visited in West Allis, Wise.
and in Albert Lea, Minn., where
he went to college. They also vl
- the doctor’s birthplace at
Ogalalla, Nebraska.
“The town has grown so much,”
he said, “that I am proud to claim
it as my birthplace.”
Kiwanis clubs visited were in
Glendale, Calif., Chattanooga,
Tenn; Greenville, S. C.; Rich
mond, Va.; ' Washington, D. C.;
West Allis, Wise, and Albert Lea
The Washington meeting was
asld in the famed Mayflower ho-
Active Club members Tuesday
:evening voted to sponsor a candi
date for the Smile Queen Contest
which will be held as one~of the
eye-filling features of September’s
Grape Festival extravaganza.
The group also approved a pro
posal to distribute festival adver
tising posters and banners
throughout this section of the
Northwest. The bid will be pre
sented to the Grape Festival As
sociation immediately.
GlnuriPr-‘iflvpnrtvr SEQ RTS . 1.:
Keolker Squall Takes Trophy:
Ray-D-Anl Ends In Second Place
Whipping Ray-D-Ant 14-1 in the
final game of the Twilight League
playoffs Friday evening, the Keol
ker fastball team wrapped up this
year’s championship, and was
awarded the Active Club-sponsor-
A. M. Luth Finds
Eastern Heat Terrific
A. M. Luth returned Thursday
from a three weeks vacation trip
which took him as far west as his
former home in Columbus, Neb
raska. While in Columbus and vi
cinity he visited a number of his
boyhood friends whom he had not
seen for fifty years.
He was accompanied on the
trip by his niece, Miss Laura Hurd
of Seattle. En route they called on
Mr. and Mrs. Wilmert in Moise,
Mont. They spent two days in
Yellowstone Park and visited
Rushmore Memorial Park in the
Black Hills of South Dakota.
On the return trip they spent
some time in Bryce Canyon and
Zion National, Park in Utah, also
visited Salt Lalce City. ‘
The weather in the middle west
was very warm, 106 degrees when
they reached Norfolk, Nebr. Mr.
Luth reports the corn crop in that
section a failure. The last night
of the trip was spent in the home
of Mr. and Mrs. John Wme near
Union, Oregon.
Arriving Tuesday at the John
Wallace home to visit until the
last of the wewek were Mrs. Wal
lace’s aunts Mrs. McCurdy and
Mrs. Whitsall, her cousin Henry
Pooler, and aunt and uncle Mr.
and Mrs. Pooler, all from Colora
do Springs.
8.7 In. Ramon Wilcox
Phone news to Kennewick 1219
before Wednesday
Finley Grange will meet Thurs
day, August 28th, at 8:30 p.m.
Kennewick Valley Degree Team
will confer the first and second
degrees. '
Mr. and Mrs. George Taylor
visited at the Bill Nunn home
Sunday. '
W.S.C.S. will meet September
2 at the home of Mrs. John Nunn.
Mr. and Mrs. Dick Nunn and
family from Sonoma, California
were visitors at the Bill Nunn
home last Thurséay. _ _ _ _
Mr. and 'Mrs. Rex .Ashby and
family of Freewater, Oregon vi
sited at the home of their daugh
tel: _Mrs_. thn_N}_mn qudpy. -
Mrs. Louis Walker called at the
home of Mrs. Bill Nunn Monday.
Mrs. Mary Griffith. Margaret
Cotterl, Roy Maulding of Kenne
wick; Cecil Taylor of Wenatchee,
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Harris, Mr. and
Mrs. Hamid Harris of Kennewick
visited Sunday at the Melvin
Dickinson home.
Beverly Wilcox was the guest
of Blanche Lanning~ last Thursday
and Friday.
Mr. M. H. Pate and Mrs. H. D.‘
Pate were dinner guests Sunday
at the Carlos Lee' family in Ken-‘
newick. ~
Mrs. Emily Laudel and girls
Louise and Marilyn were visitors
_of Mr. and‘Mrs. Carl Evans and
Mrs. John Franklin Sunday.
Max Cardinis of Prosser visited
Friday at the Clifford Judd home.
Mrs. M. H. Pate and son Buddy
returned Monday after a week in
British‘ Columbia.-
Mrs. Carlos Lee and children
Shirley and Jack spent several
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Glen says- in regard to
your ‘ laundty.’
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Hummer: (WASH) commmngponm
ed gold trophy. Keolker’s squad
is a first time winner, the cup
having been taken by VFW last
Ray-D-Ant, tfie Eagles, and
VFW ended Up in second, third,
and fourth places respectively.
Al Cheney, chairman of the
Kennewick recreation commission,
made the presentation of the tro
phy Friday evening to Parley
Parker, manager of the Keolker
team. ‘
Jim Walker, fastball coordina
tor, stated that next year, with
additional help from the city, the
league games would be played on
a new and bigger field. income
from tgames this year hasi almost
paid or lighting Installa ans.
Walker, speaking for the league,
expressed his appreciation for the
support given by the recreation
commission, the Active Club, Ben
ton County PUD, Cy Smith, Fede
ral Housing Administrator, and
the Myerbing Electric Store. He
also credited much of the success
of the league to the spectators
who attended the games this sea-1
SOD. ' ‘
Idaho Flying Sernee ‘
Plans Terminal Here 4‘
Empire Air Lines of Boise, Ida-l
ho, this week filed an application
with the CAA to add route enem‘
sions which would include Kenne
wick on a proposed Walla Walla-
Seattle and Walla Walla-Portland
Tho Idaho flylns Isl-vies ha
been type-min: on an lam
basis since September, 1946, and
is now flying a fleet of twin-en
gined planes between Spokane
and Idaho Falls, with service to
15 intermediate cities in Washing
ton, Orgeon and Idaho. In the
last six months, Empire planes
have flown 456.329 air miles, ear
ryms 4.954 passengers and 85,412
pounds of mail.
Headquarters of the Idaho line
is at Gowen Field, Boise.
The first airmail service in the
United States was begun, experi
mentally, between Washington
and New York City on May 15.
1918. -
days last week at the M. H. Pate
Mrs. Lula Hampton and Mrs.
Harry Hampton called on Mrs.
John Franklin Sunday evening.
1!. D. Pate went to_ Portland
John Mills of Portland visited
at the home of his mother Mrs.
Edna Mills.
Mrs. Ida Slaybaugh and Mrs.
James Walker and daughter Bon
nie and Gloria Jean were dinner
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Everett
Moss and family last Wednesday.
Miss Jeanne Elefson of Richland
was married Sunday to Chris N.
Erickson son of Mr. and Mrs. C. I.
Erickson at the Lutheran church
in Pasco. They plan to make their
home in Pasco.
Mr. and Mrs. It?” Wendi
called. on Mrs. Jo n Franklin
Monday. ’
Mrs. Carrie Dimick visited
with Mrs. John Franklin Sunday
at the Carl Evans home.
Mrs. Lula Hampton of Spo
kane has been «aw .son
and family, Mr. and gay
Hampton and son Bobby.’ re.
turned to her homes-in Spokane
Tuesday. ‘
Mrs. 1!. D. fate was an over
night visitor at the Carlos Lee
‘iamily in Kennewick Saturday
Miss Edna Whitney, and sister
Betty and Blanche Lanning called
at the Wilcox home Sunday.
Miss Eva Rose Nunn accom
panied Mrs. Donald Yeager and
Mrs. Glen Yeager to Maryhill
last Thursday. She“ returned to
her home Monday.
Mrs. E. R. Hatch o! Finley and
daughter and famib Mr. and
Mrs. Junior Baichtal- and daugh
ters Jean and Juanih of Seattle
visited friends in nova- Monday.
Janis; M“ «Emma ‘-‘ 3‘3
were. . II ‘-
Sunday. ‘ ‘
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whether for college or ‘- W K
that fall social event. 3.; .’ .. ‘
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Sportsmen Seek
Lost Belongings
Members of the new and grow
ing Kennewick Sportsman Rifle
and Pistol Club this week urged
\unknown persons to return the
ishooting platforms and sawhorses
taken from their tentatively lo
‘cated rifle range. .
“Evidently someone made the
mistake of thinking the material
had been discarded. We would
certainly appreciate it if the indi
viduals rsponsible would return
the material in question." states
'Clifford Flaten, club secretary.
; Recalling the limited finances
10f the recently established club.
.Flaten said that officers would
‘gladly arrange assistance in re
turning the items'to the range.
Temporary site of the range is‘
bounded by the Kennewick irri-‘
gation canal and the road leading
past the city dump, approximately
two miles southeast of the city.}
Flaten also announced that the;
next regular meeting of the clubt
will be held in the basement of
the Penney building at 7:30
o'clock Friday evening. .All in
interested persons are invited to
attend. if, 1
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i Glenn Felton. Sawyu's.
IM. M. McKinnis, and Dean Gan
ders this Monday attended a
Chevron Dealer's meeting in
Yakima, flying to the valley city
in a Stinson 150. The program.
including motion pictures, was
held aboard a Sky-Merchant, a
$22” version of the Army’s
At Twin City Airport:
Private licenses were granted
to Swend Rasmussen, Kenne
wick; to Charles Jackson and
Clark Wollery, of Pasco; and to
Benjamin Gerlsch, Richland.
Robert Jackson, Kennewick.
solo cross-countried to Boise,
Burley, Ontario, and Pendleton on
Saturday. Roy Krueger, of Pasco.
'also made a cross-country solo
On Tuesday. Robert Kirby
completed his first dual cross
country flight.
Swend Rasmussen and Donald
Jones, Pasco, rented planes this
week, flying to Portland and
Seattle respectively.
Visitors at Twin City were:
‘ Cascade Airways. Lebanon.
Oregon; A. J. Sheffield, Albany.
Oregon; Cy Blodgett, Pullman;
Inman Flying Service, Hillsboro,
{Oregon; Hilsen Air Service,
Spokane; Aviation Industries.
Couer de Ilene: A. Corwin, Astor
‘ia, Oregon; Lewis J. Whitmorg
Pomery, Wash; W. D. Thomas.
Pendleton, Oregon; Burleson
Flyers,, Albany Oregon; Ralph
Hill. John Day, Ore.; O'Brien‘
Flying Service, Benton; Ellen».
burg Flying Service. EllensburgJ
At Vista Field:
R. C. Cochrane. Richlsnd. and‘
J. C. Isaacson, Pasco, soloed this‘
week. ‘
? John Hankshand Ken Hug;
contacted so cross-coun
’flights. ‘
Visitors were:
Walt Nelson. Western Skyways.
Troutdale, Omgon; Bill's flying
Service, Roseburg; Aviation In
dutries, Couer de Lens; O'Brien
Flying Service, Renton; Tilse and
Bowman, Bend.
VISIT 11l 038601!
Mrs. Emma Johns and sons
‘David and Ronald were visitors
Vin Oregon. last week end. On Sun
,day they were present at a family
picnic held in a park near Bonne
ville Dam. Other members of the
family élso there were, Mr. and‘
Mrs. Harry Linn and Rat. and}
Mrs. John, Linn and family 01‘
Portland. Mr. and Mrs. Harold
Nelson and family from Sher
wood. Ore. and Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Pierson and family from
Hood River.
Little Stories
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{ Mr. and Mrs. Gaylord Nott of
Dunlap. Kansas spent Wednesday
night with his sister. Mrs. Jewell
Todd. and children. They left on
Thursday morning for Yakima to
visit other relatives.
Mrs. Jewell Todd, June and
Scott spent the week end in Yaki
ma visiting relatives and attend
ing a family reunion. This is the
first time in 10 years all six chil
ctihren and parents have been toge
Mr. and Mrs. C .W. Duncan of
La‘...idale. Caiii‘. have been guests
of his parents Mr. and Mrs. Thos.
Duncan this past week.
Rev. and Mrs. J. N. Tinsley
started on a two weeks vacation
Tuesday morning. going first to
the Oregon coast. Later they plan
tending a Young Peoples Institute
at Santa Cruz, Calif.
Dick Miller. Robert Simmelink.
Pat Johnson. Betty Bryan. Audrey
Carlton and her house guest drove
to Seattle Saturday for the foot
ball game.
David Jones who took summer
work at Washington University is
home for a short vacation before
returning for the tall term.
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Serier
twith Kathleen and Janet arrived
’home Friday from Billings. Mon
tana where Hrs. Series- and
daughters visited her sister Mrs.
Chester Glenn, while Serier went
on to Minneapolis to attend the
W- Convention. On
y home they came thmugh
Yellowstone Park.
Mr. and Mrs. Wand Johnson and
‘80" Glen spent last week end on
‘the coast. The men attended the
football game in Seattle on Satur
day and Mn. Johnson visited her
anther and sister. Mrs. “Celia
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