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The Kennewick courier-reporter. [volume] (Kennewick, Wash.) 1939-1949, May 02, 1940, Image 4

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Richlanders Observe
40 Years Wedded Life
Dinner guests at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Curtis who were
celebrating their fortieth wedding
anniVersary were Mr. and Mrs.
West, Mr. and Mrs. Lucas and
daughters Edith and May. Mr. and
Mrs. Nolton and son Jack, Mrs.
Mable Morton and daughter, Bon
nie. E. C. Boyd. Mr. and Mrs. Chas.
Heidler, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Moody.
and son Leslie and Mr. and Mrs. L.
Thompson and Ralph Rutter. Many
lovely gifts and greetings were re
ceived. Mrs. Eveline Heidler of
Pasco made the wedding cake. Mr.
and Mrs. Curtis were married at.
Panora, lowa, they came to Wash
ington in 1906. and since July,
1930, have made .their home on
their farm three miles north of
Richland.
Mrs. Earle Jones entertained her
study club at a. desert luncheon
Wednesday. Mrs. William Strick
ler had charge of the program. Mrs.
Sydney Relton of Richland was a
guest of the club.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Raugust and
small son of Yakima. visited over
the week-end at the home of Mrs.
Raugust’s parents, Mr. and Mrs.
J. D. McCarthy. ,
Mrs. Mattie McClendon and Mrs.
Delbert Avery entertained last
Thursday evening honoring Mrs.
John Peterson with a bridal show
er. There were 35 frie'nds and
neighbors present. The bride re
ceived many beautiful gifts.
Scott-Froge
At a quiet wedding held in Pasco
Monday evening, Adel Joyce Scott
of Richland and Robert Froge of
Pasco were united in marriage by
Judge Harris. Those attending the
ceremony were the bride’s and
groom’s parents and Mrs.» Froge’s
brother, Clair. The young couple
will make their home in Pasco.
Advocate Moves
Donald Rider, new editor of the
Richland Advocate has moved his
equipment into the Brown build
ing, and from now on will make his
headquarters there.
Mr. and Mrs. Byron Arnold of
Pasco and Mr. and Mrs. H. Linn of
Kennewick were Sunday dinner
guests at the Earle Jones home.
Mr. and Mrs. Earle Jones attend
ed a buffet supper Monday night
.at the Gene Spaulding home in
Kennewick. Mrs. Clarence Yedica
and Mrs. K. C. Gifford were the as
sisting hostesses.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Comstock and
family spent Saturday evening visit
ing at the Melvin Ocheltree nhome.‘
L. Shaw returned home Monday.
evening after spending several days:
in Idaho. 1
Miss Verginia Colley of Toppen
ish spent the wake-end at the home
of her parents.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. McLaughlin
of Walla. Walla were visitors in
Richland Sunday, Marylin Peddi
cord who had been visiting at the
home of her aunt since Friday, re
turned to Riohland with them.
Edwin Peddicord was a Walla
‘Walla visitor Friday.
Attends Navy School
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mosher re
ceived word this week from their
son Alfred, who is in the United
States Navy Training station at
San Diego, California, that he was
one of 15 out of 750 recruits select-
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19393 and joined £339 nevy in Mareh.
Ed Lum of Ellensburg, son-in
law of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Draper
was a visitor at the Draper home
Tuesday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. John Erickson were
Sunday dinner guests at the Ralph
Anderson home in Benton City.
Mrs. Ed Frazier and small daugh
ter of Maple Valley spent the week
end visiting at the home of Mrs.
Frazier's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Art
Hackney.
Mrs. C. F. Allen left Monday for
Tacoma, after having spent a few
weeks visiting at the home of her
daughter, Mrs. Thad Grosscup.
The Soc:al Hour club met Wed
nesday afternoon at the home of
Mrs. Philip Schireman.
Leo Glassner Purchase§
Barber Shop in Pasco
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Glassner of
Walla Walla. were visiting Mr.
Glassner’s parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Clint Glassner. Mr. and Mrs. Leo
Glassner have purchased the 0. K.
Barber Shop in Pasco and -took
charge of their new business on May
1. '
Mr. Ben Schwartzscopf is spend
ing a few days in Walla Walla on
business.
Mr. and Mrs. Gene Howard are
the parents of a baby girl at the
Pasco hospital Sunday. The young
lady has been named Brenda Kaye.
Mother and daughter are doing
nicely.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Benson were
in Eltopia Tuesday.
Arlie Glassner was on the sick
list last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Milburn and
daughter of Pasco were Sunday
evening visitors at the Howard Ash
home.
Accident Victim Dies
I Mrs. Harry Benson received word
Sunday night that her grandmoth
'er, Mrs. Otto Emmer of Eltopia had
been seriously injured in an acci
‘dent. Mrs. Emmer passed away on
Tuesday. She with her husband.
visited at the Benson home Sunday,
April 21st.
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Piert visited
with Mr. and Mrs. A. Evett in Ken
newick Saturday.
Mrs. William Wilson entertained
the Finley Pinochle club at her
home with a one o’clock dessert
luncheon, after which three tables
of. pinochle were played. High
score was won by Mrs. Doug
Greene, Mrs. Wilson’s house guest
from Mabton, traveling prize to Mrs.
Wallace Preston, low to Mrs. Bob
Perkins. Next meeting will be with
Mrs. Harold Witham. .
Mrs. Earl Bradford and Mrs.
Doug Greene of Mabton were Tues
day visitors of Mr. and Mrs. William ‘
Wilson. ;
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Farquhar and
son, Dickie of Kennewick, Mr. and
Mrs. Jesse Lande and daughter,
Betty Ann, were Sunday dinner
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harold With
am, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Paulson
of Kennewick, also visited the
Witham home Sunday. _ _
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Sherry and
son Jerry attended a dinner Sunday
evening at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Wallace Preston. A feature of
the dinner was a large birthday cake
in honor of Mrs. Mansel Tewalt’s
birthday. After dinner three tables
of bridge were played.
Locust Grove Fblk
Enjoy Wenatchee Fete.
LOCUST GROVE NEWS—Mr. and
Mrs. Arthur Nicoson spent the
week-end in Wenatchee, where they
attended the festivities of the Apple
Blosom Festival and visited at the
home of Mrs. Nicoson’s sister.
Locust Grove grange will meet on
Saturday, April 4at the hall. A
special Mother’s Day program has
been prepared and all members are
urged to attend. _ - _ _
Mrs. A. A. Edwards entertained
twenty-two members of the Pink
and Green Club at her home on
Thursday with a potluck lunch at
noon and an. afternoon of business
and sewing.
Mrs. Cla}a Root and Mr. and Mrs.
Lynn Beightol were Touchet visit
ors Monday at the James Anderson
home.
Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Edwards and
Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Edwards were
Walla Walla visitors Monday.
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Cecil Edwards, who has been in
Seattle for some time, returned to
his home Monday, where he plans
to help his father. A. A. Edwards."
who is under the doctor’s care and
confined to his bed. ¢
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Smith and
Arlene were Presser visitors Tues
day.
Mrs. M. Simmelink, Ruth and Le
ona attended the Mother-Daugh
ter banquet at the Methodist church
Wednesday evening.
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Eleanor Powell, Robert Young a nd Burns and Allen in a scene from
“Honolulu,” playing at the Roxy th eatre Sunday and Monday.
Invalid Passes at
Benton City Home
BENTON ClTY—Funeral services
were held at the Methodist church
Tuesday afternoon for Mrs. Maggie
Carver, 72, who passed away Satur
day morning at her home in the
Corral community. The Rev. C. W.
Geiszler officiated and a quartet,
Mrs. M. W. Roop, Mrs. Jack Welch,
I. M. Hartman and Argus Hughes
‘sang with Mrs. Hughes as pianist.
1 Serving as pallbearers were Rob
ert A. Mathews, Harry Russell, C. F.
Hatfield, Erwin Knowles, Tom
Scott and John Johanson. Burial
was in the family plot in the Ever
green cemetery with the Mueller
Funeral Parlors in charge.
Mrs. Carver is survived by six
sons, Henry, Roy and Oscar of ,
Benton City, Earl of Cameo, Colo.; ‘
Frank of Springville, Utah and Fred
of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma and
one sister, Mrs. Katie Henry of Mill
fay, Oklahoma. ’
Mrs. Carver had been an invalid
several years, being bedfast the last
four years with progressive paraly
sis. She was born March 30, 1868 at
Uniontown, Arkansas. The Carvers
came here in 1931 from New Ply
mouth, Idaho. Her husband, John
Carver, died January 23, 1937.
Glen Hartman has been elected
seventh grade instructor in the Out
look school. He will also have boys’
athletics.
Mr. and Mrs. Keith Carver of El
lensburg were here Tuesday to at
tend the funeral services for Car
ver’s aunt, Mrs. Maggie Carver.
Lax-sons Move
Leo Larson finished moving his
household goods and farm equip
ment Wednesday to a ranch at
Wapato from the Sun Life Assur
ance Company ranch on the High
lands that he has farmed several
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Earline Short, high schol sopho
more, is staying at the Walter Ac
cord home until the close of the
school term. 7
Mr. and Mrs. John Carpenter and
daughter, Connie, will move to the
ranch vacated by the Larsons.
Frank Waterbury of Freewater,
Oregon came Saturday evening and
moved his brother and sister-in
law. Mr. and Mrs. William Water
bury (Nellie Brooks) to Freewater.
where they will make their home.
The Waterburys spent several
months here with Mrs. Waterbury’s
mother, Mrs. Mary E. Brooks. com
ing here from Wenatchee.
Lloyd Peckenpaugh left Tuesday
for Brewster to visit his daughter,
Mrs. Jacob Fries and family while
recovering from his recent illness.
A. F. Johnson drove the car for him
and returned Wednesday with Ray
mond Johnson and La Verne Rich
man, who also left Tuesday to bring
back the last load of the Johnson
bees that had been placed in We
natchee orchards.
Republicans Banquet
Benton County Republicans are
making plans for a large crowd at
their dinner meeting. May 7 at the
Kiona-Beriton Community hall.
Dinner tickets were put on sale on
Tuesday by precinct committeemen
and party workers throughout the
county. The dinner will be served
at 7 o’clock by a local ladies organ
ization. Speakers on the program
will be Frank Burns of Seattle, for
mer State National Republican
Committeeman and State Repre
sentative. Mark M. Moulton of
Kennewick. The muSicaJ part of
the program will be by the Presser
high school band. The committee
in charge of dinner arrangements
are Oscar Hanson. Benton City
chairman, George Beardsley and
Harry Jones of Presser, Fred Eng
lish of White Bluffs and Odes
'Sloan of Kennewick. Walt Sommers
of Prosser is chairman of the Ben
ton County Republican Central
Committee.
Mr.- and Mrs. M. W. Roop and
sons. Wallace and John. will leave
Friday for a week-end visit in Port
land and to attend the golden wed
ding anniversary of Mrs. Roop’s
parents. Mi. and Mrs. G. M. Apple
man. They will travel the coast
route. going to visit Roop's parents.
Mr. and Mrs. Maswn Roop. former
ly of Benton City and his sister.
Mrs. Willis Wright in Sumner.
Dorothy Laisure underwent an
operation late Tuesday night at the
Pasco hospital for a ruptured ap
pendix. Her condition Wednesday
was reported satisfactory.
B. C. Wins Again
Playing their second league game
of the season Sunday'on the local
diamond. the Benton City baseball
team defeated Wallula by a 4 to 3
score. Douglas Montgomery pitched
the entire nine innings for Benton
City. Attendance was smaller than
a week ago due to the cool. windy
weather. Next Sunday the local
team plays at 'l‘oppenish.
W. E. Fillmore left Sunday for
his work at Ritzville after a week
end visit at his home.
Superintendent Will
Speak Before Grangers
Supt; E. S. Black will speak on
"District Transportation” at the
regular meeting of the Valley
Grange this Friday evening. Every
oneisinvitedtotumouttohear
this interesting and timely topic
discussed.
The strawberry harvest ls just
around the corner. The first ber
ries were picked last Sunday in the
Sands-Van Pattep _ hatch: The
ripening is retarded by the cold
winds. also holding back the grass.
Mrs. Lee Lampsoa and daughter
Theo, Mrs. E. Berg. daughter Nor
ma. and Mrs. Fred Markham of
Riohland were shopping in Walla
Walla Tuesday.
Mrs. J. E. Odom left Wednesday
(or Freewater. Oregon for a month‘s
visit with a daughter.
Mrs. Anna Johnson. Mrs. Rose
Sewartz, Mrs. O'Deary and Mrs.
Burma of S pokane were guests at
the Sands-Van Patten home Sat-
miss Helen Marsh is confined to
her home with an ulcerated tooth.
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Miss Lillian Draaey and Leßoy
Parkhurst were married Wednes
day. April 24 at the Court House at
Pasco. They expect to go to Ne
braska to make their home.
Mrs. Lee Lampson entertained at
dinner Saturday evening Mr. and
Mrs. Lee Lampson and two child
ren of Coulee Dam and Mr. and
Mrs. Bruce Lampoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Hutchins. who have
been living on the old Roller place.
are moving to Dixie Saturday. where
Mr. Hutchins has employment.
The Fourth Friday club met last
Friday at the home of Mrs. John
Marsh With fourteen members and
our viswors present. Mrs. Gene
Parkhurst and Mrs. J. 1. Hill as
sistant hostesses.
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Piano Pupils Appear
in Spring Recital Tues.
Freddie Schilling. Patty Van
Patten. magnet Gather. Florence
Dusim: Bonnie “daemons. Nor
nun Robbins and Lynn Mills are
the Kennewick pupils who will plcy
piano solos on My evening.
my 7th at the Christian church in
Pasco. The recital will begin It
7:30 and is the annual spring ne
citsl given by pupils a! Hit. 'l‘. B.
Hopkinson.
Well-Known Orchestra
to Play Here May 7
Gay Jones and his orchestra.
known as "The Sweet Swing Sen
sation of the West.” will be at the
Highland clubhouse on Tuesday
evening. my 7. This orchestra
visited Kennewick twice last year
and proved very popular. The spec
ial novelty numbers will be given by
“Tiny” Martin. too-pound bass
player; Bordy Challstedt. drums and
master of the swing Vibraphone:
and Hats Mercer and Roy Bran
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