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Home Circle to Tak e
Lesson Making Bread
IDCUS'I' GROVE—Locust Grove
Home Circle will meet Tuesday,
March 21 at the home of Mrs. H.
Smith for an all-day meeting. The
afternoons’ lesson will be bread
maklng. and some or the members
all] make bread for the demonstra
on.
Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Edwards at
tended a meeting of Firemen at
Bunnyalde Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. M. ‘V. Heberleln
game Walla Walla visitors Satur
-s'.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Root were
Sunday visitors in Prosser at the
home of the Lynn Beightols.
Mr. and Mrs. M. Simmelink and
Fred Simmelink attended their
bridge club- at the home or Mrs.
Laura Anton Thursday.
Locust Grove grange will meet on
Saturday at the hall. The local 4-H;
club will! urnish refreshments for‘
the meeting. The degree tam will!
practice after the meeting and all!
members are expected to .be present.‘
Fred and Neil Simmelink were
Ellensburg visitors Friday. . «
Mr. and Mrs. Budd Larkin or
Lind were in the hills Monday. Mrs.
J. 0. Dennis, mother of Mr. Lar
kin, returned with them to their
home .to spend a few days.
Advice to The
Roadworn
E. C. Smith Garage,
Kennewick Wash.
Dear Esteemed Gentlemen:
After seeing all those nice let
ters written You by classy auto
mobiles, I almost hesitate to
write to you. But lain desperatg
-1! in need or advice.
I on nothing but an ignom
inous one-cylinder all purpose
_ mun engine. lam in such misery,
W" that L-must have relief.
I suffer with a. terrific sneeze
which almou turns me inside out
at times. We is such a knock
somewhere in me that every bait
in my system is hrred with each
revolution.
If you can't do anything for
me, let me know at once, and
I’ll end it all. .
Sincerely,
, Chopfeed Pumpwater. l
Dear Pumpwmr:
‘ We have an idea. that by clean-
1m year’s accumulation or chat!
and dirt ‘out of your system we
_ coulddowondel'swifliyou'rhen
‘ by _bushing you up a little here
‘ and there; and maybe pouring.
it new main bearing, we can no I
doubt have your lone cylinder .
runningasgoodasanyotthe I
six on your boas’ sedan. '
Sincerely yours, - i
. E. C. Smith Garage. ‘_ A
O . ‘
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After Seven and all day Sunday
: Evening and all day Sunday bargain hours
make it easier to visit those who are dear,
but distant. .. BY TELEPHONE. ‘
Then a personal chat with the folks back
home, a boy at school, or a far away invalid,
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County Crew Builds '
Valley Canal Bridge
KENNEWICK VALLEY The
county road crew has put in a ‘new
bridge across the canal near the
Valley grange hall. _ _ __
Joé brain has purchased the
Oasis at Pasco.
Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Campbell and
Mr. and Mrs. Copenhaven visited
Sunday at the F. S. McClure home.
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Lampson and
two daughter‘s of Mason City are
spending two weeks visiting rela
tives here. ‘
The Fourth Friday club will meet
Friday. March 24th with Mrs. John
Marsh. . ‘
Mrs. Perkins Hostess
to Pinochle Club Tues.
’ FINLEY—Mrs. Bob Perkins en
:tertained .the Finley Pinochle club
Tuesday with a. one o’clock dessert
luncheon, after which 3 tables of
pinochle was played with high
score to Mrs. Albert Piert, traveling
prize to Mrs. Hattie Erickson, low
to Mrs. Eleanor Erickson. Next
meeting will be with Mrs. Hattie
Erickson. 1
Mr: and Mrs. Harry Benson, Mr.
and Mrs. Emwt Sherry attended a
dinner and bridge party at the Wll
- Campbell home in Kennewick
Sunday. High score went to Harry‘
Benson, second to Wallace Prestoni
and low to Ernest S'l‘herry. [
f Mr. and Mrs. J. Goan visited on
:Sunday with the Lamck family on
the River Road. '
Mrs. Eudora Johnson entertain
ed the Young, People’s Sunday
school class with a party Friday
hight at her home. Refreshmentsl
were served at the close.
Bill Poole of Spokane visited at
the George Foster home Friday.
Maurice Scott Weds
Pullman Girl Mar. 9th
RICHLAND—A wedding of in
terest to Richland friends was that
of Maurice 'A. Scott, son of Mr. and
Mrs. C. D. Scott of Richland. who
was united in marriage March 9 at
Coeur d'Alene, Idaho to Miss
Genne of Pullman. The ceremony
was performed «by Rev. Ross in the
Christian church. The young couple
are making their home in Spokane
where the groom is employed by the‘
Wilson food store. i
Mrs. C. F. Wetherall, who has
been 111 at be home of her daugh
ter, Mrs. LeMar Oldneh, in Walla
Walla was Maught to her home In
Richhnd Wednesday.
The Missionary Society met on
Tuesday attemoon at the home of
Mm.P.B.Lewia.Therewerenine
Clark had charge of the program.
Lee Denltt, nephew of Mrs. A. 8.
Murray. arrived Monday from
members present. Mrs" Herbert
Benge, Oregon. Deth will have
charge or Mr. Murray’s farm this
year.
Thomas Ming and family moved
to California the first of the week.
Mr. Ming has been conducting
church servicw in the hall above
the tlhank building for the past
mon .
Mrs. Earle Whitehead and Mrs.
'l'. W. Combs attended a meeting of
the 4-H club leaders held in Ken
newick last week. -
Peppermint Is Being
Planted by Richlanders
RIWND—R-idhland farmers
have been busy this week planting
early potatoes, asparagus and pep
permint. The peppermint crop up
until last year in this locality has
been in the experhnental stage.
Last year there were several large
fields in production and it proved
to be a very profitable crop the
fields yielding between 65 and 90‘
pounds of oil to the acre for~which‘
the farmer received $1.90 a pound.‘
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Berry of Se-‘
attle are the parents of a daughter
born February 27. Mr. ‘ and Mrs.
Berry are former Richland resi-
r Lyman Carlson Gertrude Back
ney and Mary Gheyne returned on
Friday from Cheney where they
have been attending school. 'lhe
young ladies plan to stay in Rich
land for the next few weeks and
help in the harvest of the amara
gus and will return to Cheney for
summer school.
Lethe. Hultreen who Is employed
at Conneu spent the week-end in
Richland.
' The Lutheran aid will meet on
March 28 at the home of Mrs. Pete
Hanson for an afternoon meeting.
Mrs. Earle Jones attended her
‘study club Wednesday at the home
of Mrs. Harry Linn in Kennewick.
Mrs. Fred White who has been
visiting at the home of her par
ents in Banners Ferry for the past
aonth returned to her home Thurs-l
y. -
March Birthdays Are
Celebrate at Dinner
WESTERN HORSE HEAVEN—
Mr. and Mrs. John Tomaske enter
tained Sunday with a delicious
turkey dinner in honor or the five
members of the family, who have.
March birthdays. Those present
[were Mr. and Mrs. W. 0. Travis,
Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Travis and
son, Mr. and Mrs. Imus 'ryacke and
Idaughter and Mr. and Mrs. Guy
Travis and children. The after
noon and evening were spent in I
playing Chinese checkers.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Tyacke of
Yakima, Roy Baker and Lawrence
Burgess were visitors Sunday at
the Ed Tyacke home.
Mrs. E. H. Mcßee is recuperating
from an attack of flu.
Irrigation'Co. Prepares
Ditch For Turn In
' HIGHLAND—The Richland Irri
gation company has been busy for
the past month getting their 'irri
gation canals in shape for the wa
ter which they expect to have in
the ditch about April 1. About 20
men with their teams have just
‘completed cleaning out the irriga
tion ditches and for the past week
have been busy deepening the
drainage ditch west of town with
Ithe county dredge. 1
‘ Cable Peddicord drove down from‘
Grand Coulee Tuesday and took?
his parents back to the dam with
him Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs.
Peddicord sr. have veen mung for
the past month at the home of their
son Edwin Peddicord and family.
The Jolly Helpers club will meet
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Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Plnkle were
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G. E. MeOlendon returned from
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George Conley returned Sunday
from Bremerton, where he has been
for the past two months.
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Smith of Pasco
and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Smith and
family were Sunday dinner guests
at the home of Mrs. Sarah Amea
and her son Marlon. The occasion
was the celebration of Mrs. Amet’
70th birthday. ‘
Twenty-five members of the}
Raichland Methodist Epworth Lea-1
gue are attending a league rally at
Grandview tonight.
The Galloping ladies of the M. E.
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Mrs. 'r. A. Meredith is mending'
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