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The Kennewick courier-reporter. [volume] (Kennewick, Wash.) 1914-1938, September 23, 1937, Image 8

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Young Couple
Wed at Pasco
Richland—Mlss Norma Hlnkle of
Butte Falls, Oregon, formerly of
Kennewick, became the bride of
Dick Lynn. son of Mr. and Mrs.
John Lynn of Rlchland at a. cere
mony performed at the Christian
church in Pasco Saturday at 10 am.
The young couple were attended
by Mable Lynn. cousin of the groom
and Russell Hadley of Kennewick.
A wedding dinner was served at
the home of the groom's parents.
Immediately following the dinner
the young couple left for Butte
Falls, Oregon, where they will make
an extended visit.
Miss Ina Ehrenburg has resigned
her position as clerk in the local
postoffice. Mrs. John Larson has
taken the position vacated by Miss
Ehrenburg.
Lynn Colley, son 0: Mr. and Mrs.
George Colley of Richland, and Miss
Pearl Halverson. daughter of Mrs.
Elsie Halverson, were united in
marriage in Pasco Tuesday evening.
Immediately following the ceremony
the bride and groom left for Yaki
ma, where they will spend a short
honeymoon.
The groom has been a resident at
Richland for a number of years. The
bride came to Richland recently
from Hot Springs. S. D.
Mrs. William Lerie, who has been
visiting at the home of her broth
er, Mr. Arnold Wilmsen, left Tues
day for her home in Spokane.
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Connwell, who
have been visiting in Idaho, return
ed Thursday to Richland. Sunday
they left for Naches.
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Skeen are
the parents or a son born September
17 in the Pasco hospital.
Mr. and Mrs. Bernie Boettcher of
Alaska are’the parents of a son.
The Jolly Helper club meets at
the home of Mrs. John Larson Fri
day afternoon, honoring the birth
day or Mrs. Clark and Mrs. Cramer.
Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Smith and
son Norman and Mr. and Mrs. Geo.
Wolterlng of Marysville spent the
week-end visiting at the home or
Mrs. Woltering's sister, Mrs. Fuller.
.Mrs. Coretta. Ballee. Mr. and Mrs.
Floyd Sallee and Maxine Hayes of
Bozeman. Montana visited this week
at the R. G. Kilkinney home.
Mr. and Mrs. Wheeler of Kenne
wick and Mr. and Mrs. Kime of
Walla Walla were dinner guests on
Saturday at the J. J. Miller home.
Mr. and Mrs. Winnett of Waits
burg visited at the E. Armstrong
home Sunday. Mrs. Bertie Loehr,
sister of Mrs. Armstrong accompan
ied them and will make an extended
visit here.
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Taylor are
working in Yakima this week.
The Gleaner class party was held
at the Rev. Rhea home Tuesday eve
ning. , 7 --- _ _ _ -
Mr. and Mrs. Clint Le Van 01‘
Eugene, Oregon are guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Robert. Hanson. Mr. Le‘
Van and Mr. Hanson are old school
mates and this is their first visit‘
since they were in school together.
Mr. and Mrs. Harrison Coster of
Monterey, California were overnight
guests Saturday at the home of Mrs.
Coster’s sister, Mrs. Philip Schire
man, jr.
Mrs. Dmitruck. who has been
working in Yakima, came home on
Monday to spend a few days before
going to Chelan to work in the ap
ple harvest.
Mr. and ms. W. Lu. munccy, an.
and Mrs. L. G. Muncey, Mr. and
Mrs. Sherman Muncey and Mr. and
Mrs. Harlon Muncey and daughter
Kathleen, and Miss Billie Filger at
tended a picnic held at the J. H.
Muncey home in Walla Walla Sun
day.
Elmer Forrest and Henry Hart
ung were Spokane visitors Monday.
Miss Ada Chalpraft who has been
visiting at the home of her parents,
returned Sunday to her home in
Seattle.
Mrs. Dickerson. Juanita and Mr.
and Mrs. C. A. Kinney were visitors
in Walla Walla Thursday.
The Riemand 'school election
held Saturday afternoon for the
purpose of bonding the district for
$17,500, the district’s share of erect
ing a new grade school building,
carriedbyavoteotsootos.
Madeline Serdar. daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. John Serdar. who was
taken to the Pasco hospital Wed
nesday sufiering from a badly
binned hand, caused by the explo
sion of a dynamite cap which she
was holding in her'hand, had the
fingers of her left hand amputated
Friday. -
Mrs. John Dam. Geraldine and
Roman, and Mr. and Mrs. Hans
Dam drove to Pullman Saturday.
Geraldine will enter Washington
State college as a sophomore this
tall.
Don Dolvin and bride »of John
Day, Oregon spent the week-end
visiting at the home of Mrs. Schaef
er.
Mr. and Mrs. William Willette of
Oakland, California. are visiting at
the home of Mrs. Willett’s parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Ross.
Congressman Knute Hill of Pros
ser was a Bichland visitor Friday.
Mrs. Luena Allen and daughters,
Gertrude and Lillie. spent Sunday
visiting at the Claude Snider home
in Prosser.
Mr. and Mrs. George Tattle, Mr.‘
and Mrs. J. E. Mower! and Delbert
Avery of Pasco were Sunday dinnerj
guests at the G. E. McClendon
home. \
Waiter Carlson retumed to Puli
man Monday to resume his studies.
Mr. Yedica and Mrs. Lewis at
tended the Michigan picnic at the
Kennewick park Sunday.
Mrs. McClendon and Anna Ehren
burg were visitors in Yakima Fri
day.
Mrs. McClendon, Mrs. Stalret and
Pauline McClendon were Pasco vis
itors Tuesday.
Mrs. Stairet and Dorcas and
Joyce Hubbner were visitors in Ken
newick Sunday.
Maxine. Babe and Billie Kirk of
Kennewick were Saturday night
guests at the C. A. Kinney home.
Juanita Dickerson and Hugh Van
dine attended the Round-up at Pen
dleton Saturday.
Bud Kirk of Kennewick was a.
visitor at the C. A. Kinney home on
Sunday. , _ -
Peter Gruner left Sunday with his
grand daughter for Everett, where
he will spend the winter With his
daughter. Mrs. Carlton.
Henry Hartung and daughter,
Melva, were visitors in Yakima Sat
urday.
Mrs. v. A. Nelson and Mrs. Fred
White were business visitors in
Pasco Wednesday.
The Washington Coops met Tues
day night at the Elmer Armstrong
home with 35 present. The out-of
town guests were Ted Kiley of
Grandview and Mr. Royer of Pros
ser. Ice cream and cake was served.
Mrs. De Long and daughter and
Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Bean of Spo
kane visited Sunday at the Bert
Grey home.
Mr. and Mrs. p. L. Griffith and
Mary Jane and Martha spent Sun
day in Yakima.
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Perkins, Alice
and Wesley and Mr. and Mrs. Se
vert Johnson spent Sunday visiting
at the Pearl Perkins home in Yak
ima.
Mr. Koehler and Mrs. Hartung
are picking grapes for the Church
grape juice factory in the vineyards
in Kennewick. ~
Mr.aners.ChrisKaasofOre
gon visited this week at the home
of Mr. Kaas’ brother. Tom Kaas.
Nels Kaas, who has been spending
the summer in Oregon, returned to
Richland with his uncle.
Mrs. C. F. Wetheral was a busi
ness visitor in Walla Walla Monday.
Mrs. J. D. McCarthy left Thurs
day for Coeur d’Alene to visit at
the home of her daughter. Mrs. Paul
Raugust for the next three weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Mclntosh and
two sons were visitors in Prosser on
Sunday .
Mari Dmitruck, who has been
picking hops at Moxee, returned
home Thursday. 7 7 7
Mrs. E. Freeman and daughter
and son of Kennewick spent Sun
day visiting at the J. C. Johnstone
home.
Richland young folk going away
to college last week-end were: Irene
and Wilma Luelloff. Walter Carl
son, Carlton Peterson and Gerald
ine Dam and Margaret Barnett.
Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Billington were
Saturday and Sunday visiting at
the home of their son M. M. Billing
ton in Sunnyside. '
Mrs. E. G. Copeland, Mrs. H. C.
Copeland and Mrs. George Colley
were hostesses Wednesday to the
Social Hour club.
Mr and Mrs. Lauren McGhan
were visitors in Pasco Sunday eve
ning. ' _
Mr. Stump 'and F. W. Hampton
drove to Wenatchee Wednesday.
Mrs. Robert. Chalcraft and son
Lloyd left Friday to attend the
LeWiston rodeo.
HIGHLANDS
The Highland Ladies sewing club
met Tuesday at the home of Mrs.
A. Glasow. A pot-luck dinner was
served at noon. Thirteen members
were present.
The Highland Woman’s club will
meet next Friday, October lst at the
Highland club house. Roll call will
be mponded to with farm news.
Mrs. Clark will have charge of the
book review. Hostesses for the day
will be Mrs. Guy Story, Mrs. B.
Boies, Mrs. Al Morgan and Mrs. W.
C. Woods.
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Tweet and sons
John and David motored to Pullman
Sunday, where the boys entered W.
S. c.
Mrs. N. E. Robbins was hostess to'
the Pasco Woman’s Club last-
Thursday at her home on the High
lands. Mrs. Byron Arnold of Pasco
was assistant hostess. This was the!
first fall meeting. A business meet-1
ing was held, followed by a. pro-‘
gram. Mrs. Glen of Pasoo enter
tained with two Vocal numbers. Tea
was served to forty guests.
Miss Mary Green attended the
‘Pendleton Round-up last Prlday.
Miss Louise Daugherty, who has
spent the summer with her parents.
Mr. and Mrs. Len Daugherty, re
turned to Vancouver Sunday to en
ter school.
Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Durkee were'
dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Pe
terson in Kennewick last Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Jewel Slaybaugh,
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Slaybaugh, Mr.‘
and Mrs. Harry Higley, Mr. and Mrs. 1
Richard Walker and families were
dinner guests at the C. E. Meyer
home yesterday.
‘ Mr. and Mrs. Harold Easly and
laughter, Sylvia of Long Beach.
>California, visited at the Ed Ray
home Wednesday. _ _
Mr. and Mrs. Willard Walker of
Oakland, California, arrived yester
day to spend a few days visiting at
the C. H. Meyer home. Mr. Walker
is a brother of Mrs. Meyer.
"mféhd' Mira. Nels ism-khan at
Horse Heaven were afternoon callers
at the Ed Ray home.
Out-of-Town Folk
Are Entertained
O
Kennewick Valley—Mrs. F. 8. Mc-
Clure entertained Saturday evening
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wadsworth and
family and Mr. and Mrs. Cy Grant
of Pasco and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph
Sprague of Portland, Oregon, who
have been visiting here.
Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Smith and
son Buster. r'etufned deay after
three weeks' visit at Tekoa.
Miss Fay Rupp was an over night
guest Saturday of Miss Alice Al-
Mrs. Lee Lampson was at Yaki
ma. last week taking “Grandma”
Lampson and Mrs. Lucy Berry up
for the state convention of the W.
C. T. U.
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Rowland
will spend the week-end at Buckley
and Mr. Rowland plans to attend
the university football game.
Neil Lampson and Ward Rupp
were Portland visitors Wednesday.
Neil Lampson attended the
Rund-Up at Pendleton Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Petite of Seattle
visited at the Glen Llewlyn home.
The Fourth Friday club will meet
Friday 24 with Mrs. John Marsh.
Hod. Knute Hill of Yakima was a
week-end guest at the home of Mrs.
Lee Lampson.
Roscoe Richmond was 3. Walla.
Walla visitor Tuesday. Mr. Rich
mond is suffering from three broken
ribs, received during the bulldog
ging event at the Pendleton Round-
Up.
FOR SALE—Jersey cow; two Jersey
yearling heifers; one good horse;
all excellent stock. R. Henderson.
Finley; phone 246. 26c
FOR SALE—Choice 20 acres on
West Highlands, 1 year from sage
brush. all cleared and leveled; 5
acres alfalfa, pipe line. Terms: may
take car or cows in on down pay
ment. Box 41, Kennewick ‘
NOTICE or 61m: or COUNTY
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State of Washington, County of
Bentop, as: ,
Notice is hereby given, that in ac
cordance with an order heretofore
entered on the 11th day of Septem
ber. 1937, by the Board of County
Commissioners of said county. di
recting the sale of the real property
hereinafter described, acquired by
said county for delinquent taxes
under tax foreclomre suit and sale.
I, the undersigned County Treas
urer of said county. will, on. the
16th day of October. 1937, commenc-
ing at the hom- of 9 o’clock A. 11..
and continuing until the hour of 4
o’clock P. M., of said day, unless
the property hereinafter described
shall sooner be sold, at the front
door of the county court house in
Prosser, in said county and state,
sell to the highest bidder for cash
or on legal contract, the following
described property, situated in said
county and described as follows, to—
wit:
Lot 8, Block 47, City of Prosser,
$10.00; Lots 1 and 2, Block 164, City
of Prosser, $25.00; Lots 8, 9. 10 and
11, Block 1, Brown's Second Addi
tion to the City of Prosser, 640.00;
Lots 16 and 17, Block 1. Brown’s
Second Addition to Prosser, $20.00;
Lots 22 and 23, Block J, Rich's Ad
dition to Prosser $20.00; Lots 4 and
5, Block G, Rich’s Addition to Pros
ser, $10.00; Lots 36, 37, 38, 39 and
40, Block L, Rich’s Addition to
Prosser, $25.00; Lot 1, Block 20 and
Lot 1. Block 21, Town of Hanford,
$100.00; Lots 14 and 15, Block 46,
Town of Hanford, $150.00; All of
Blocks 2 and 3, Town of Hanford.
$75.00; Tract 12. Hanford Plat in
Section 36-13-27, $50.00: Lots 1. 2. 4,
6,7, 9 and 10, Block s,.White Bluffs‘
City, $5.00; Northeast quarter of the
Northeast quarter (NE NE) and
Soutth quarter of the Northeast
quarter (SW NE) in Section 29.
Township 13 North, Range 26, EWM
$40.00; West half of the Northeast
quarter of the Northeast quarter
(W 173 NE NE) of Section 32, town
;ship 13 North, Range 27 EW,
$60.00; East half or the west half
of the Southwest quarter of the
Southeast quarter (Eyfi W 35 SW)
SE) in Section 18, Township 8‘
North, Range 30. $10.00: Southwest
quarter, less the north half of the‘
southwest quarter of the Northwest,
quarter of the Southwest quarter
and less the east half of the North
east qusrter oi the Southwest quar
ter (SWlessNys SWNWSWand
less El 6 NE SW) in Section 32, in
Township 9 North, Range 24, EWM,
$135.00 ' A _, , _
The above property shall not be
sold for less than the amount set
forth as “Minimum Bale Prlce"
shown opposite each description of
property. If sold for cash. a Treas
urer’s Deed will he executed. If sold
on contract, the terms thereof shall
bezopercentcashandbalancein
ten equal annual installments com
mencing Nov. lst next. with interest
at six per cent on deferred pay
ments, payable annually. All sub
sequent taxes and assessments must
be paid prior to dellnquency. Fall
ure to make payments or to perform
‘ any of the covenants of the contract
[forfeits same at the election of the
lvendor. This contract may be pad;
in full at any time plus accrued in-1
terest, in which case a Treasurer's
Deed will he executed. Property
sold for the sum of $50.00 or less
mustbepaidincashatthetimeof
sale.
And notice is hereby further given
mt it necessary, I will adjourn
said sale to the some hours from
day to day by announcement made
atthetimeandplaceorsaldulemr
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