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The Kennewick courier-reporter. [volume] (Kennewick, Wash.) 1939-1949, September 18, 1947, Image 9

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lowa's First White Settlement
What now comprises the state
of lowa was first visited by Mar
quette and J oliet in 1673. The first
‘white settlement in the state was
smade in 1788, when a party of ten
went to work in the lead and zinc
'mines located near the present site
of Des Moines.
Thursday - Friday - Saturday
In PM” . . .
RALPH EDWARDS WITH. HIS
NATIONALLY FAMOUS NBC Radio Show
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CONSEQ ÜBNCES
Two Performances Daily Under Fireproof Tent
‘ ALSO DANCING EVERY NIGHT TO
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AWARDS. . . EXHIBITS. . . PRIZES
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CASH PRIZES PLUS ENTRY FEES
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‘ COWBOYS ————
‘ (See "Chet" Phillips. Rodeo Association President. Lind. Wn.)
i Saturday Parade, Rodeo, Carnival Dance
1 - Sunday Air Show, Rodeo, Carnival, Dance
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KENNEWICK (WASH) COURIER-REPORTER
The First Labor Day ‘
Labor Day is a holiday in all
states of the Union and in the Dis-1
trict of Columbia, Porto Rico, Ha
lwaii and Alaska. Colorado was the
Ifirst state to make it a holiday,
which it did in 1870. It was first
celebrated by the Knights of Labor
in New York in 1882.
Postal Stall Are
Hosts at Picnic
The personnel of the Kenne
wick post office played host to
their friends Sunday afternoon at
their annual picnic, held this year
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Her
man Campbell on Third Avenue
East.
Herman Campbell and Walter
Woehler, chefs for the day, pre
pared steaks on an outdoor grin
for‘a total of 59 diners.
Present at the post office pic
nic were: Roger Records and (am.
ily, Walter Woehler and family,
Herman Campbell and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Taylor, Mr. and
Mrs. Paul Ohearn. Mr. and Mrs.
Orville Terrill, Mr. and Mrs.
Floyd Hutchins and family, As
sistant Postmaster, at Richland.
Mr. and Mrs. Herb Misner and
family, Mr. and Mrs. Orin Bein
hart and family, Mr. and Mrs.
Dan Mahoney and family, Mr. and
Mrs. Joe Osborne and family, Wes
Brown and Pat Wood. Mr. and
Mrs. Parkhurst and grandmother.
Ruth Miers, Mr. and Mrs. Chuck
Smith of Pasco, Mrs. Bartdett, Bob
by Gost, Harvey Keene and Mr.
Shoemaker, Mr. and Mrs. Bill
Drieth. Mrs. Farley. Hal Clark and
son, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Falk, Bud
Simms.
Yakima F air on
Network Feature
A salute to the Yakima Valley
and the Central Washington Fair
will be aired by the Columbia
Broadcasting System Saturday,
Sept. 20. The. salute will be pre
sented over “The Western Farm
Journal," a regular CBS feature,
and will originate through the fa
cilities of radio Sgtion KIMA in
Yakima.
Robert Wilson, director of farm
programs for CBS, Stuart Nevins.
producer of the half hour show,
and a full staff of writers, direct
ors and technicians will arrive in
Yakima from Hollywood next
week.
The program will be dedicated
almost exclusively to a survey of
agricultural conditions and pros
pects here in the Yakima Valley
and to a preview of the events
which will be presented at this
year's Central Washington Fair,
Sept. 24'_t_o 2_B._ _ A ~# 7
A weekly feature of the “West
ern Farm Journal" is the award
ing of the CBS Farm Journal ci
tation to some person in agricul
ture or connected with farming
who has made some outstanding
contribution to better rural living.
It is expected that a resident of
the Valley will receive the award
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WELCOME
Grape Festival Visiton
ARMSTRONG
BARBER SHOP
115% Kennewick Avenue
The Area's lowest Theatre
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Latest Paramount News
Selected Shorts Cartoon. and Selected Shorts
$33.83?“ Near The Bichland Y “$3: In.
on the day of the broadcast. The
selection will be made from a list
of nominations which are turned
in from communities throughout
the west.
John Dobbie, chairman of the
Triple A and long time serant of
the farmer. was given the citation
earlier this year.
The half hour broadcast will also
feature interviews with members
of the board of directors for the
Central Washington Fair and lead
ers in agriculture throughout the
Valley. The program wil be heard
in ll Western states and may be
heard locally at 12:30 p.m. and
again at 6 over station KIMA. on
Saturday. September 20.
Gilsonite, used in coating roof
ing material and vamishes,is found
in large quantities in Utah.
' GOOD FOOD - GOOD SERVICE
And A
HEARTY WELCOME
Await Our . .
. GRAPE FESTIVAL VISITORS '
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EVELYN ANKERS in
‘ “QUEEN OF BURLESQUE”
{VALLEY GRANGE
The Kennewick Valley Gags
rwill again have a hamburger
tat the Grape Festival. Our next
regular meeting will be Friday.
September 26 because of the Fe:-
tival falling on our regular date.
The ladies of the Methodist
church will serve dinner on Thurs
day. Friday and Saturday from 11
to 2. cafeteria style at the Metho
dist church.
Your Solemn Obligation. Also
But he who takes the oath today
to preserve. protect, and defend the
Constitution of the United States
only assumes the solemn obligation
which every patriotic citizen—on
the farm. in the workshop, in the
busy marts of trade. and every
where—should share with him.—
Grover Cleveland.
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