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Finley Bride Is
Honored at Shower
FINISY Mrs. Albert Piert and
Mrs. Ernest Sherry entertained with
a miscellaneous shower Friday eve
ning. honoring Louise Schatiner.
whose marriage occurred Sunday.
About forty-six were present Miss
Schaii’ner received many lovely gifts
Delicious reimbments were served
at the close.
Mrs. Floyd Eades of Weston spent
last week visiting relatives and
friends in Finley, returning to her
home Tuesday. The Eades were
formed residents 01- Finley.‘
W. G. Cochran and daughter of
Portland. who have spent the past
weeks visiting Mr. Cochran's par
ents. Mr. and Mrs. Will Cochran in
Finley, all left Tuesday morning for
a few days' visit in' the ‘Palouse
country. ‘ '
Mr. and Mrs. Carl coalson or San
Diego is spending a few days at the
home of Mr Coulson’s parents, Mr.
David Coulson. Mr. David Coulson.
who had a. severe heart attack last
week is still cmflnedito his bed. ..
Mr. and'Mrs E. G was; and
children Barbara'Jea‘hE and. eorgia
Ann and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Lander.
all of Walla Walla _spent the hall
days with Mr. and Mrs. Ringuette
of the Finley store.- Mr. Riedell is
the son of Mrs Ringuetge
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a large assortment of Gift Articles suitable for all
occasrons. . '
WASHINGTON HARDWARE & FURNITURE
FURNITURE DEPT. ON BALCONY
Miss Marie Gerard: of Walla
Walla spent Sunday and Monday
visiting her parents. Mr. and Mrs.
Joe Gerards. 7 _ _
Mr. and Mrs. Hedstrom and son
Curtis of Walla Walla and Mr. and
Mrs Bob Parquar or Pasco visited
glanday at the Harold Witham
ome.
Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Nickols and
children Clifford Jr. and Wilda of
Walker Pitt came Saturday night
for a visit with Mrs. Nickols’ fath
er and brother, Mr. William and Or
ville Howard. Sunday they ali left to
spend the holidays on the Tucan
non fishing. ~
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Jacobs and‘
children spent the week-end at;
Wallowa Lake, returning Tuesday.
Miss Ruth Lea of S pokane visit
ed at the home of her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. George Lea last week.
‘ Mr. and Mrs. Harold Witham and
children, Shirley and Gene, spent
Saturday in Walla Walla. '
Sunday dinner guests at the Sher
ry home were Miss Dorothy Gill:-
erson of Walla Walla, George Lea of
Pasco and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Plert
and two children of Finley.
Albert Gull came home Saturday
night from a two week's visit at the
home of his mother in Spokane.
-, Mrs. ,M‘ary I.,walmm son,
Floyd, Mrs. M. J. Fletcher, mother,
brother and aunt of Mrs. E. Sherry,
and Mrs Seth Ferrel and daughter.
Dorothy, all of Walla Walla visited
Monday at the Ernest fihe’rry home.
COMPANY, Kennewick
Bud‘Vouand of c. 0. My Ruin
ier visited at his parent's name. Mr.
and Mrs. Punk Vouand. over the
week-end.
Bill Plert, who had an appendi
cltls operation at the Veteran's hos
pital In Walla. Walla. about a month
ago, rettlrped to his honge_Baturflay.
Mrs. John Mothers of Prescott is
spending this week visiting at the
Ernest Johnson home. Mrs. John
son and Mrs. mothers are sisters.
Mrs. J. R. Gowlng and mother.
Mrs. G. Russel of Pomeroy. came
home Tuesday having spent the
week-end at Wenatchee with Mrs.
Gowlng's daughter. Mrs. Russel
came from Pomeroy for a few
weeks’ visit last Wednesday.
Miss Dorothy Kuh, who was op
erated on for appendicitis at the
Pasco hospital last Friday. is mak
ing a satisfactory recovery.
Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Dougher
ty of Lexington. Oregon, visited on
Monday at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Albert Piert. Mrs. Dougherty
lisacouslnoers.Piert., 7 A
rm. and Mrs. Arthur Beathe ofl
scuttle, whohave been visiting at
the Harry Beathe home left Wed
nesday morning for their home. rac
companied by Miss Louise Beath‘e.
who has been visiting here the past
couple weeks. They, with Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Beathe, spent the 4th
visiting relatives in Weston.
MORE ABOUT
El—ighlands
(Continued From Page 1.)
Harry Higley spent a. few days
last week at the Claude Taylor
home in Naches. 7 _A A
Mrs. Harry Higley and children
were dinner guests the Fourth at
the home of Mrs. Higley’s parents,
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Meyer.
Visitors at the Jay Perry home
the Fourth were Mr. and Mrs. 1“.
Clark and family of Hanford and
Mr. and Mrs. Frye of Benton City.
companied them to Moxee, where
they visited at the Lyle Brand
home. They returned to their
home in Touchet Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Perkins and
family and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Pace
and daughter. Irene, returned on
Tuesday after spending the double
holiday at Sunrise park. . '
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Ernie Arkin reports thlt while he‘l
was attending the theatre acm
day night, his bicycle was stolen
from beside the bakery. It was later
found by officers at a filling station
near the Snake River bridge.
Miss Yvonne Davis was In over-\
night guest or Miss Theo Lsmpson
Monday night.
Stanley and Gerald Keno of Wal
lsWallaspe'nttthrthatthe
M. M. Hudvali home.
an. and Mrs. Charles Sanderman
of Bremerton were week-end guests
at the W. 1". Sonderman home. They
returned to the coast Tuesday. tak-
ing Mrs. W. 1". Sanderman with
them for an extended visit.
Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Woods spent
the Fourth in Yakima with their
daughter, Mrs Harold Stowe and
family. .
Baby Richard Sonderman, son of
Mr. and Mrs. 80an is much
improved a-.;er being quite ill of in
testinal flu. ,
Howard and Merlin Giles are out
again after being confined to their
home with ..he mumps.
Eldon Durkee left last Thursdayl
to visit his mother in Sunnyside and
other relatives in Yakima before‘
‘ leaving for California, where he has
employment. 1
The Les Amies Pinochle club met
last Friday at the home of Mrs. Bud
Sonderman. The motif in home
decorations, refreshments. etc. were
cleverly carried out in red. white
and. blue. High score was held by
Mr. Bruce McLean, second high by
Mrs. Henry Paulson and traveling
prize by Mrs. Carl Bennett. The
next meeting will be held next Wed
nesday, Juy 13, with Mrs. Fred
Rasmussen as hostess.
The Ed Lape home was the scene
or a picnic dinner July 4. Guests
were Miss Alta Hummel of Top
penish. Mr. and Mrs. Ad Watten
burg of Bickleton. Mr. and Mrs. Bob
Simmelink and family, Fred Sim
melink, Neil and Lyle, the Lanes
and Mrs. Lapz’s mother, Mrs. Hum
mel.
Dr. and Mrs. L. L. Cortman of
Seattle were guests of Dr. Corfman's
sister, Mrs. W. 8. Green and funny
last Thursday and Friday. The
guests had been touring in New
York and the Middlewestern states
the'past month, They were accom
panied _by Miss Ruth Arvtngton of
Kankakee, 111.. a. cousin of Mrs.
Corfman, who will spend the re
mainder of the summer In Seattle.
Mrs. Roy Huntley and daughteri
of Portland are visiting at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Knight. Mrs.‘
Huntley is a neioe of Mrs. Knight. \
Miss Jennie Lewis of Yakima‘
spent the Fourth with relatives on
the Highlands. ' 1
Mr.- and Mrs. Ted Watkins and
family. Mr. az-ci Mrs. Dick Smalley
and family, Mr. and Mrs. W. J.‘
Preston and Mr. and Mrs. Wallace
Preston and boys, held a family pic
nic Sunday atthe city park
-Weldon- Gentile-“ Odessa is a
guest at the home of his aunt, Mrs.
C. c. Doeringxand family.
Mr. and Mrs. George Burke and
family and Mr. and. Mrs. Forrest
Durkee spentfihe week-end at the
A. A. Durkee home. . .
‘MmsEvaßcrmWhohasbeen
aguestattthertPerkinshome
the past month. left Sunday for her
home in Selah. ‘
Mrs. Gladys Keno 11nd, daugh
ter Margaret and Bruce Kenyon re.
turned home Sunday _after spending
agw days‘gt. T9ll_Gate, _ ' _
The, Highiand liomemukers‘_and
the Home Fum’smng 4-H Clubs are
meeting today at the home of their
leader. MrsNR.- W. Woods. _ mas
Steiner is a gust otuthe club}: _
Dr. and mi-s.. Joe Hagan: _ot Seat
tle were guests .astjl‘hmzsday of Mr.
and Mrs. Walfage Preston. _.Tlgey
were former a
Prestons in Lingle, Wy.. and were
on their; way to Boise. Idaho, whete
they expect to make their home.
Mr.’and Mrs. Wm. Spear and Mr.
and Mrs. Harold Zlnz'er wete Walla.
Walla guests ov ;r the week-end.
' - Acustom'r gave us a shock
the other day. She asked us
why we new: advertised.
1’ -.4 an .al '
‘ '- Imagine '.‘ul' mile. 8..
‘ our ad has run more or
~ ‘ loss regufariy.
_, 4-: J .3 ‘
' When we ‘old her we did
; advertise and showed her an
1 ad to prove I‘. she said. “Yes.
‘ but they look so much meal!
L the rest. whv don't you doll
them up a Ht so they'll be
easier to catch?”
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> That‘set us to thinking. _
Maybe she wan right.
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So here 2r“: for a brand
new Idea.- -W°"l run a column.
You know. ‘1"? Irwin 8. Cobb
and" Waiter-Winchell. but we'll
try to give you a few miles
now and then.
. And yrs‘ you’re right. we
: wi‘ll probablv talk a. little
4 about. the Dry-Cleaning
' and Clot-hi'ig- bushel.
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We mieht'c'fin kid'some of
you. now and "hen, but that's
a sure sign we like you, so
'. waft for. our 'iterary efforts
' in me is'sgfgtc come.
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m YEARS AGO—lm
The golf tournament; for the P.
P. a: L. table lamp was won by
Floyd Hialey. who received a net
score of 144 for the 36 holes. Clyde
maley and W. C. Muldrow tied for
second place with scores of 147.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Strickler had
moved to Chelan where Mr. Strick
ier was working in the hardware
store of Reed a: Son
The second straight car of aptl
cots rolled out or Kennewick the
day previous to publication and
peaches were expected to be on the
market in the near future.
T—Ebe—chl delivery service had
been added to the postomce depart
ment here.
The local Kiwanis club was 312-}
tempting to raise the annual Boy‘
Scout quota for the district annual
drive and they were also asking for
dogations for a playfleld.
.lanswerebelngmadetocon
struct a. new highway form Presser
to Kiona.
n'ns. D. J. Belnhart and daugh
ters were visiting relatives In Pom
nit-s. Gifford was giving a party
for her son Junior's sixth birth
day.
TWENTY YEARS AGO—I9IB
There was no celebration here on
July 4 so the town was very quiet.
The Kennewick business girls"
club had subscribed for 9. Liberty
bond. Thisbondwastobekeptas
a starter toward a home building
fund. 'l'hegirlshadinmindthe
building of a Kennewick club home
for girls.
The school census showed an in
crease of children from the year
previous which was .681 and the
prgentcensuswhichwasupto'lpo.
,TheP.P.&L.companymln—
stalling a motor for J. A. Nicholnus
on his mum ranch for the pur
pose of pumping water for domestic
Ross wmseywas taking a course
melerunzatthenolmescrocery.
C. 1... Holcomb amended the meet
lugofthedlshietdnftMWhlch
was held In Yakima. the previous
week.
Dr. T. B Hauschlld m attend
ing the Washington nnd Oregon
veterinary sugreons’ convention In
Portland
MrnndumPJArnoldandtwo
daughters were planning to leave
soon for a month's visit in Seattle _
Leßoy Kroner was another of
the “true blue" boys who enlisted in
the motor truck division and ind
writtenthathehadpauedhispre
liminaryeuminntion. ‘
' mu YEARS AGO—I9.B
Aahnita'ednndhattendoldflu
with _loorbullet holeswastoheseen
in the Fourth of July parade It
mcarfledhythesecondninne
note. in the bottle of Chic-mun:
andmsnatchedfrombeingeapé
turedbyUnDavisotnnley.
D.L.Tayior.themn-serymnnhad
gonetoSpokaneforashortmy.
Kennewick citizens weremakins
preparations for a Fourth of July
celebration. The program was to
oonsistofahmepamde,anontion
by the mayor, L E. Johnson, music
by the Kennewick and Richhmi
militaryhunds andtacesandath
ieticevents.
ofth'e
A MILE on gummy a: LONGER ‘
mm A MI LE on we; K DAYS
In STOP and GO, (1 mile S-T-R-E—T-C-Hfggsl
STOP-AND- GO driving fools your
speedometer—while your ear is going
a mile, your engine may go the equiva
lent of two.
You can’t always avoid shop-and-go
driving—even in the country. But you
can do something about its high cost.
Shell engineers found that getting
away from a trafic stop can waste
enough “undigested” gasoline to carry
you 56 of a mile.
To cut this costly waste, they rear
ranged the chemical structure of gaso
line. They made every drop of Super-
Shell “01%;?!- digectible”—every drop
usable in: ow and second gears, as well
as in high
There is a Shell dealer near you. Give
SI! PER-SHELL
“mummnkuch-l
elor qua-ten Into the Mutble
house. '
Kr. and flu. H. 8. Huntington
were the parents of an eight-pound
boyobrnJunefl. '
'rneox mmwm‘
mmummdendmomce.
Manama“. i
MrsLEJohnlonhedretm-ned.
homefromaWathauahoapttal;
whenshehedbeeneputlenttor
sometime ,
The steamer m Gem. while puuw
inzont from Holt: lending. was
«light by a guest of wind and
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holelnthesldeotthebont
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tendencies were helm connected
withthecltyweterustem I
Richlanders Visit
at Rainier Park
mom. and Mn. Ralph
Smith and bully and Mrs. Sarah
Ame: spent Sunny and Monday
visiting at Reinier Netional Park.
They also drove to Tum... where
they visited William Smith.
unsmuvetanddmshterooms
and Earl McClendon were visitors 1n
Oaksdaleovertheholldays.
R. Kuklney. who has been in
Montana. sheet-Ins sheep for the
pastdxweebntumedtohhhome
Saturday.
Mrs.w.nnunceyumttermg
tmmahrokmumwhlchshere
eeivedwhmsheteutromachur
Earle Jones, has been ill with an
infection in his eye. Canon Harding
substituted for Jones Friday and
Saturday on the mail route.
Viva. Vile of Grandview is visiting
at the home of Basel Oleson.
_ Raymond Eby and Ed Kmn mot
oied to Nebraska this week. where
they will visit for the next six weeks.
Paul Push oi Presser was a. visit
or at the Rabat Hanson home 83t
urdsy. -
Mrs. ma of Horse Heaven
mahudnavlslmrmmchland
thisweek.
Mr. and Mrs. c. 1". Wetheral ec
mm.mdm.uerl-
drlchmamotottrlptomnu
onthel'onrth.
Kn. R. R. Mclntosh and two
mammaAbottlettn-ldny
for lamb. Canada. where they
wluvlsittorthenextmonthatthe
home of In. Mclntosh! parents.
Namath-5.8m.
Mr.undmww.nmnonnnd
daughter, nude, visited over the
holiday ntthe home of their douch
ter.Mrs.EnrleJones.
Ernest Eton left Monday night
forSenttle.wherehewilloonsultn
specialist. Mnmsufieredi’rom
nbrokenhnckeevenlmonths ago.
Mr. and Mrs. William Schlremnn
andtamllyomeonu-evisitincot
the homeotllu.l!Bchiremnnsr.
nndPhilipschiremnnJr.
Byron flowerynnd funny spent
Sundayanduondnyvlsltinsinspo
hneendOthello. .
Blossom nay. who has been vis
tungattheDmtuuckhome torthe
past two-weeks, maimed to her
homeanello Wan: Tuesday.
'Mr.endun.wmxoonuundm
mmmwmm
ed Mondny at the Elmer Hanna
home: Tuesday they left for out
fornla, accompanied by Mrs. Elmer
Hanson Vand Jeff Amen-son. when
they weneiuned' by methanol a
relative.
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savings count up. m '
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1 Doug Elliott, “..:“
I? Wanted {m a” ‘
. Berkeley, MM W.
at the home of Cu: MN
Mr. and Mrs. J. M
' ltors in Walla Wu]. “..:-.5
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Hanson and C. 8. 31mm 3Q
Mr. and Mrs. mm ‘llfi
turned Mondny from
‘ the coast. .' ".‘.
Dnve Allen 13 .
| this week. W“h
Jess Guns, 0m 1
Taylor and B. Samaria
MSG!!! for Athem, M 1
they will work In the van. ‘1
Dr. and Mn. [emu N
week-end Visiting 1.. “Mia! i
Helen 83th a
visited Tuesday at m. &
home. '
Maurice Compton a» “I
spent Sunday and m '
at the Sherman Mum, é
Tuesday he returned to“:
companied by his We “hit
ter Jean Munoey. Mum {
infant daughter h“. M .1
at the home of “ma
past month.
0817011 Harding 'II n
Spokane Monday by the W
ness of his father 0. c, "- .
Mr. and Mn. Home“
the week-end in Wang, “M
Helen Millard. who II in ‘
at the Deaconess hm .
lane. is visiting at the hi
parents.
Mr. and 11mm, 1
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. mm;
daughters and Mr. and “‘4
Carlson and family wu;
and Monday visiting u h:
Dam j
Mr. and Mrs. Doyle um ‘
family visited over the uh.“
Benton at the home an, :
ery's sister, Mrs. mutt.“
da. and Evelyn Petals, m I
been visiting relotim he!"
past month W~u ,
Mrs. M. Wienenu .1111
Marian, of San Mu ‘
in: old friends in .
week. The Whale“.
Richland seventeen mg,
Lethe. Hultsnen hit I”.
Castle Rock where the g
for a month at the Mk
ton home. I
Mr. and Mrs. 1.0.”.2'
and Mrs. Marvin Show '
spent Monday at the It“
home in Pasco. ‘ ‘
The social hour club I!
July 13 at the homeoilh-t
Murray with Mrs. m
and Mrs. John dele ow ,
Woolworth mm“ 1
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s-and-lo hem, had her;
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British ward In om. ‘
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