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Sepf. 23. 1949
Cooperation
Is Stressed
At Meeting
Co-operation was the factor
:tressed at a meeting on all
tenton county planning groups
'n Richland Tuesday night.
No specific plans were laid.
Nut C. A. Nyborg of Kennewick,
vho acted as chairman of the
meeting. said that closer cooop
‘ration between various groups
would result.
The meeting. which was
'ounty-wide. was well attended
with more than 30 people pre
-lent. Delegations came from
Prosser. Benton City. Hemlnger's
Acres. Enterprise. Richland, Ri
ver Road. Kennewick. the Build
ing Trades Council of Pasco and
the Bi-County Health depart
ment.
Only Finley and Plymouth
were not represented.
Particularly concerned with
newly incorporated areas and
rural ones which will be an
nexed to cities in the future, the
conference considered the prob
'lem generally. Delegates also
expressed a strong interest in the
present lack of building codes.
Car Borrowed
And Then Reiumed
Someone drove his car on a 20-
-mile joy ride Sunday and then
returned it. Nash Terrones, 47D
Navy Homes, Pasco. told police.
He reported that he left the car
—with the keys in it—parked in
front of his home Saturday
night. Sunday he noticed that
the speedometer had registered
20 more miles. The car also was
parked slightly different. Noth
ing had been taken from-it.
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Reergammimn Meet
Last Sunday evening the Mu
tual Improvement Association
of the Church of Jesus Christ
was reorganized for the coming
year.
I The following officers and
‘teachers were appointed: Dee
Harris. superintendent of young
men with Eugene F. Fairbanks.
first assistant, Russell Royce,
second assistant; David Gordon,
secretary; Delmar Robertson,
dance director. In the young
women’s organization. Pearl
Robertson, president; Florence,
’first counselor; Gwendolyn
’Royce. second counselor; Sadie
IBailey, secretary; Carol Bailey
and Rita Woffington, choristers:
Gale Messery. organist; Vera
Warfield, director of church pub
lications: Lucille Robertson,
dance director; Lucille Morgan
and Marie Rose, beekeepers. The
other officers and teachers will
be appointed later.
An extensive program has
been outlined for the coming
year which, besides the regular
classes includes such arts as mu
sic, 'speech and dancing. ‘
‘ The opening social will .be
held in the Kennewick Recre
ation Hall Sept. 29 at 9 p. ml
The theme of the evening will
be “Reception in Gold and
Green." This is expected to be
CHURCH OF THE NAZI-[RENE
lst and Everett. Rev. J. N.
Tinsley. Sunday school ‘9:45.
Preaching services 10:45. Young
people's service 6:30 p.m.‘Preach
ing at 7:30 p. m. Mid-week
Wednesday at 7:30 p. m.
Ist and Washington. Stanley
Hunt, pastor. Sunday school 9:45
a.m. Services, 11:30 a.m. and
8:00 p.m. Mid-week Prayer and
Bible Hour, Wednesday 8:00 p.m.
FIRST LUTHERAN CHURCH
Second and Auburn. P. J. Lu
vaas. minister. Res. 604 Kenne
wick avenue. Sunday school 9:45
a.m.; morning service 11 a.m.
Luther League meeting 7 p.m.
Confirmation classes Saturday
mornings. Junior choir Saturday
rsnorning. Senior choir Thursday
p.m. _ _
102 Kennewick avenue. Rev. _E.
James Cornwall. Sunday school
9:45. Services 11 a.m. and 7:45
p.m. Youth, Tuesdays 7:45 p.m.
grayer meeting 7245 p.m. Thurs
ay.
BETHLEHEM LUTHERAN
. 3rd and Benton. M. C. Kauth,
pastor. M. S. Pohl and Miss Leona
Huss, teachers. Divine worship
every Sunday at 11 a.m. Sunday
school and adult Bible class at
10 a.m. Walther League every
Wednesday at 8 p.m. Adult mem.
bership classes Mondays and
Thursdays 8 p.m. Choir rehearsal
every Thursday 8 p.m.
3rd and Washington. Rev. E. C.
Hawkins. Sunday school 9:45 a.
m. Morning worship 10:20 a.m.
Evening worship 8 p.m.
Comer Kennewick Ave. and
Dayton Street. Rev. A. C. Wisch
meier. Sunday school 9:45 a.m.
Morning worship at 10:55 a.m.
Youth fellowship, Jr. and Sr.
High school at 7:00 p.m.
First Lutheran Chuuh
The Church YVith the Lighted
Cross
sth & Bonneville
Orville G. Hiepler, Pastor
Phone 4622‘
Sunday Morning Worship: 8:15
and 11. .
Sermon: “The True Church Is
God’s." ,
Sunday School 9:30, Mrs. Harold
Oakley, superintendent. ,
New Marine League
'Organization of a Kennewick-
Pasco unit of the Marine Corps
league was announced Friday.
All marines, ex-marines and
ex-women marines in the area
were asked to contact Louis Bel
lande, new state vice command
er. at Richland. Or they may
write the Marine Corps League,
P. O. Box 313, Yakima.
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FIRST BAPTIST
ASSEMBLY OF GOD
' FIRST CHRISTIAN
METHODIST CHURCH
one of the outstanding social
affairs of the year. All members
and friends are invited to at
tend.
The dance class will be under
the able instruction of Mr. and
Mrs. Delmar Robertson. This
course will be given the first
quarter of the year, with drama,
speech and music to be taken
up later.
The M. I. H. is making plans
to sponsor a Boy Scout Troop
in the near future.
K ahiofus
Briefs
KAHLOTUS, Sept 22—Mr. and
Mrs. Jesse Lewis and boys Spent
last weekend in Pullman with
relatives.
_Mrs. Robert Herron returned
home Friday from Spokane with
her infant son, Johnnie Kent,
who was born in a Spokane hos
pital September 9.
A. F. Phillippay returned last
week from a week’s fishing on
the coast.
y Mrs. James Nicholaus from
‘Prosser spent last week with
her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Louie
Bongers, . before returning to
Spokane to her work as a nurse.
Jack and Andrew Lewis re
turned this week from a fishing
trip at Blaine.
Those who attended the ad
dress at the Grace Baptist church
in Spokane by Muriel Lester
from London, England, were
Rev. and Mrs. Green, Mr. and
Mrs. Dennis Herron, Mrs. Oren.
Herron, Mr. and Mrs. Roy McCall
and son Jerry, Mrs. June Offutt
and Mrs. Fenly Angeli. ‘ .
NEW 300? FOR CHURCH
The Community church re
ceived a new roof put on by the
men of the church.
Mrs. Augusta Hodgens from
Connell visited with Mr. and.
Mrs. George Selph last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Williams
and children from Richland and
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Gross and
children from Lewiston visited
Mr. and Mrs. Pete Bahr Sunday.
Mrs. Williams and Mr. Goss are
brother and sister of Mrs. Bahr.‘
Some of those attending the
game in Pullman Saturday were
Art Phillippay, Ernest Blodgett,
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Braddock, Bob
Phillippay, Bob Rehn, Jimmie
Herron, Bob Herron, Mr. and
Mrs. Don Harter, Mr. and Mrs.
Elton Largent and Mr. and Mrs.
Lester Haines. . ~
Forty-one hundredths of an
inch of rainfall was reported to
have fallen so far this fall.
Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Moore
and Gerry were in Spokane Fri.-
day and Saturday.
Mrs. Grover Offutt and Vester
Kirby were in'Yakima Sunday to
attend the wedding of their
niece, Marie Grebe.
ENTERTAIN VISITORS
Visitors in the Elton Largent
home last week were Mr. _and
Mrs. Cecil Penny from Portland,
Mrs. Lydia Lukins Moore from
Toledo, Mr. and ‘ Mrs. Harry
Locklin. .. V
Mr. and Mrs. Dana Dyers of
Washtucna visited their daugh
ter, Mrs. Harvey Lewis, and fam
ily Sunday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. George Selph
were Spokane ,visitors Saturday
_ Mrs. Nita Bowen and son Wil
lard from Lamont and Leo Deck
er from Spokane spent Sunday
with Mr. and Mrs. Everett Whit
more and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Art Phillippay,
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Greer and
Mrs. Fred Campbell went to
Spokane Monday.
Mrs. Fenley Angeli and Rev.
Green accompanied Rev. Pier
son and two delegates from
Connell to district meeting of
Methodist churches at Walla
Walla Monday and Tuesday. .
Choir practice at the Commu
nity church will be held each
Thursday evening at the church,
with Mrs. Dennis Herron in
charge.
Mrs. John Spencer and Mrs.
Nick Rocanelli were Ritzville
visitors Thursday. , u
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Clinesmith
spent the weekend with her
mother, Mrs. Jacob Stiener, fol
lowing their return from a
wedding trip into Oregon.
Doris Staggs and her daugh
ter, Penny, are in Spokane
where Penny is receiving med
ical care. -
Mrs. Helen Summers and
daughter and Mrs. Grace Pollock
from Englewood, Calif., visited
their niece, Mrs. Reuben Peot,
last week. ,
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Boston
from Tulia, Tex., are viSiting his
aunt, Mrs. John Rice and family.
They plan to g 6 to California
from her'e to visit Mr. and Mrs.
John Fisher and baby. »
Dr. and Mrs. James Rice are
visiting his parents before going
to St. Louis to enter the Wash.
ington university for a year’s
study in advance surgery.
Mrs. Marion Nichols and baby
from White Salmon are visiting
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde
Elledge.
Damage Slight
In! Traffic _Mishap
Damage totaled about S2OO
when an auto driven by Earl
Sonders, 16, of 919 South Eighth,
Pasco, ran inu- a parked car
owned by J. W. Greenwell, 624
West , Bonneville.
Damage to Sonders' vehicle
was set at $75, to Greenwell’s,
about SIOO. The accident occurr
ed in front of the Greenwell
home about 10:52 a.m. Saturday.
1 Acre Per
100’ Hens
ls Ideal
How many hens can a farm
handle efficiently?
Benton County Extension Agent
Frank Webster reports that for
the ideal poultry laying unit the
farmer should have one acre of
ground for every 100 birds he ex
pects to keep. This will permit a
three-year range rotation pro
gram by running 300 birds to
the acre.
This ratio is not always pos
sible, he said, but he suggested
that a~ minimum of two acres be
available for every 300 birds.
This permits a two-year range
rotation program by running 300
birds to the acre.
He pointed out that range
rearing of the replacement flock
is the accepted practice. The
birds can be brooded either in an
isolated permanent brooder
house or in colony broader
houses.
In either case range shelters
are essential. These are small
shelters used for the purpose of
dispersing the birds over a great
er area.
PLANS AVAILABLE ' A
For the laying house he re.
commends a multiple - story
building. Plans for a two-story
laying house developed by poul
try experts in this state can be
obtained through the county ex
tension office. This building
measures 32 by 50 feet and in
}cludes many of the newer man
‘agement practces and labor sav
ing ideas that are being followed
‘by successful poultrymen in
Washington.
The agent said that general
recommendations as to how
much space is needed in the
laying house per hen have long
been three square feet for Leg
horns and four square feet for
heavy varieties. Newer recom-l
mendations when larger pens}
are used now quote two to 2%1
square feet for Leghorns and 2%
to three square feet for the heavy
breeds.
Funeral Rites
Held For Wrn.
5. Huntington
Graveside ' services for William
Seward Huntington, 37, formerly
of Kennewick, were held Wed
nesday afternoon at 2 o’clock in
Riverview Heights Cemetery,
with the Rev. A. C. Wischrneier,
pastor of the Methodist church
officiating.
Mr. Huntington died as the re
sult of an automobile accident
Friday afternoon near Granger,
Wyo. He was alone in the car
at the time of the accident. The
automobile apparently went out
of control while rounding ..1
curve, it was said.
He is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
H. E. Huntington, long-time
residents of Kennewick, and is
survived by his parents, his wife
Gladys, and three children, Joyce.
Sharon and Richard.
He attended the Kennewick
schools and during World War II
served in the Navy. Other survi
vors are two brotsers, Horton of
Portland, and L 0 is in Soledad,
Calif.; and four sisters, Mrs.
Frank Mason and ,Mrs. Harry
Blake of Kennewick: Mrs. Will
iam Sly of San Francisco; and
Mrs. Robert Farnsworth of Great
Falls, Mont. Mr. and Mrs. Hunt
ington had been making their
home in Granger for the past
several months.
S6O ls Raised
To Aid Polio Fund
Nearly S6O was raised, Saturday
for the polio fund in the baked
food sale in Pasco sponsored by
the Pumping Project Homemak
er club, it was reported. a
The Jaffle, which was won by
Muriel Taylor, 1014 Thayer Drive,
Richland, netted $77.50. The
drawing was made at 3 p.m. by
Bethelda DeShepper.
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Miss Verclella Mueller, Robert
S. McCaw Unitecl In Marriage
Sunday, Sept. 18, In Seattle
At a beautiful double ring cer
emony with only a few friends
and close relatives present, Miss
Verdella Mueller was united in
marriage to Robert E. McCaw,
Sunday afternoon, Sept. 18, in
the First Methodist Chapel in
Seattle. Rev. W. H. H. Forsyth,
former Walla Walla District Su
perintendent, officiated at the
nuptials.
John Harris. soloist, sang
“Through the Years" and “0
Perfect Love,” accompanied at
the organ by Mrs. Emily Frame.
The bride was attired in a
gown of her own creation of bri
dal pink satin with train, with
nylon net yoke joined to bodice
by a wide shoulder flange and
button trim to waist line. Her
finger-tip pink silk illusion veil
was. held in place by a braided
satin wreath matching gown.
She carried a white Bible topped
by a single orchid and ribbon
shower.
Mrs. Diantha Randal of Ken
newick was matron of honor
wearing turquoise blue moire
taffeta patterned after th e
bride’s gown and carried a nose
gay of pink and white asters
centered _by single rosebud.,
The groom’s attendant was his
brother, Donald McCaw of Ab
erdeen.
, Holgar West and Don. Young
were ushers.
Poster antest
Is Underway
A poster contest sponsored by
the Kennewick Community
Chest is now under way in the
seventh and eighth grades of
the Kennewick Junior high
school.
Ted Wagner, chairman of the
board of directors, said that six
prizes for the best‘posters would
be awarded. Three of the prizes
will go to boys and three to girls.
One prize to each group will
be awarded. One for the best
theme; another for the most 'or
iginal poster and the third for
the best technique. All posters
must depict some. phase of the
.Cogmunity Chest activity, he
sa . .
Kennewick Club'
Names Wagner
U
Ted Wagner has been appoint
ed manager ot the Kennewick
Eagles club, it was announced
Saturday.
Wagner assumes the duties of
Egan Hanson, who recently re
signed the position. The new
manager of the club has invited
'all members to come out to the
£1113) and get acquainted with
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The bride was given in mar
riage by her brother. Amon Mu
eller of this city. She is the
daughter of Mrs. I. N. Mueller of
Kennewick. She attended Will
amette University and for the
past nine years has been em
ployed in Seattle.
The groom is a graduate of
the University of Southern Cali
fornia and at the present time
is president of radio station
KYAK, Yakima. and KXRN. Ren
ton. He is the son of Mrs. W. 0.
McCaw and the late Mr. McCaw
of Aberdeen.
RECEPTION HELD
Following the ceremony a re
ception was held around a beau~
tifully appointed table centered
with a pink, white and gold
cross cake. Mrs. Harry Cole and
Mrs. Melinde Kingsbury presid
ed at the table.
Those assisting at the recep
tion included, Mrs. Miriam Zit
tleman, Frances Stokes, Mrs.
Ruth Wilder, Miss Genevieve
Lester, Miss Lela Siebert, Mrs.
Audrey Bohlin and Mrs. Mae
Skube.
The bride chose for traveling
ensemble a wine colored gabar
dine suit with beige and brown
accessories. ‘
The newlyweds spent a short
honeymoon trip along the coast.
Those attending the wedding
from this vicinity included Mrs.
I. N. Mueller and Amon Mueller
of this city. Mr. and Mrs. Wm.
E. Luders and daughter, Patty
of Walla Walla and Mr. and Mrs.
Floyd Hutchins of Richland.
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LIND—At 10 a. m. Saturday
the whistle will blow to signal
the start of the Lind rodeo par
ade and the largest amateur ro
deo show in the Northwest will
be under way.
Bearded males will crowd the
flag-bedecked street until just
before 2 p.m. when the cowboys
show their stuff at the rodeo
arena.
The Saturday and Sunday ro
deo shows have drawn cowpokes
from all over the Columbia Ba
sin area. They all want to try
the famous Hofmeister rodeo
stock and get in on the $750 in
prizes. plus entry fees.
Horse races will follow the
parade Saturday and the gallop
ing ponies will run again Sun
day morning. Western dances
will be featured Friday and Sat
urday nights and a big carnival
will run from Friday through
Sunday.
Beauty. in the shapes of Queen
Beverly Jungblom and Princess
es Margie Scheeler and Phyllis
Wahl. will be present at all the
functions.
LODGE NOTICE
1.0.0. F. Lodge No. 222
Meet: Every Monday Night
8:00 o'clock
Legion Hall. Kennewick
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