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The Kennewick courier-reporter. [volume] (Kennewick, Wash.) 1939-1949, July 04, 1940, Image 3

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Increased Demand and
Popularity Accounts for
Us Shipping in a
Draper Home Scene ‘
of Family Reunion}
Mme home of Mr.
”4 yrs. Alfred Draper was the
fine of 3 (amin reunion, When
men. {unifies came to visit. Those
Faun were Mr. and Mrs. Ed Lum
md son of EllenSburg, Mr. and Mrs.
GW. Russell and family of 31;.
1.11111- and Mr. and Mrs. Fitzgerald
”,1 daughter of Portsmouth, Vir
gnu» ______
" “L and Mrs. Earle Jones were
“ms Monday in Walla Waua at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Don
1110 mm“
The Lyric club of Which Mrs.
wle Jones is a member, entertain
edthflir husbands Friday evening at
”jam Park, after the picnic
lunch the group were guests at the
F 1 Neuman home in Kennewick,
”B’9 Mr. Neuman entertained
m with several number on his
we organ.
ms. Philip Schireman jr., who
w been visiting in Idaho, return- 1
ed to her home Monday. ‘
amber: Man and Boyde Wil- ‘
m are taking “care of the Allison
midi: while the Allisons are visit
” in California.
In, and Mrs. Herb Morey were
many visitors at the John White
rank 'l'. Bell, democratic candi
date for U. S. Senate, was a guest
wmday night at the home of
ur. and Mrs. Robert Hanson.
Mr. and um. J. W. Rider and son
will and Norman Dam left Sun
day on a two weeks trip to be spent
in Southern Oregon.
I Woman’s Club Presents
;. . Member With a Gift
mamAND—The Richland Wo
man's club and Literary entertain
ed Tuesday afternoon for Mrs. Geo.
Kroming. Mrs. Krohling was pre
sented with a set of dishes by the
members of the clubs.
Mrs. Guy Conwell, who under
went a major operation in the‘
Pasco hospital, is slowly improving.
The Richland swimming pool has
been opened for the summer. Mrs.
James Hardy will have charge of
the pool. It is open every day from
one to five.
Ed Peddicord and Harry Rose
were on the sick list the first of
the week.
Mary Weidle of Pasco was a Rich
land visitor Tuesaay.
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Pea of Ida
ho, were visitors in Richland Sun
day. Mrs. Pea is the former Ade
line Davis.
Rev. and Mrs. Daniels returned
home last Thursday after a two
weeks trip spent on the coast.
Francis Wetherall drove to Wen
atchee Friday. His siter-in-law,
‘Mrs. William Rader and children
returned to Richland with him and
will make an extended visit at the
We of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Bam Supplee.
Vlvian Brayhill, of Benton City,
is mining at the Harry Dillon home.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Dillon and
family, Vivian Rayhill, Mr. and
Mrs. Elmer Finkle, Loraine Bolt,
Edwin Supplee and Mrs. Charles
Peterson spent. Sunday at Rim
Miss Helen Erickson left this week
to spend a two weeks’ vacation in
Idaho and Oregon.
Mr. and Mrstohn Erickson and
daughter, Helen. visiwd at the Gllß
Morin home in Benton Ci-ty Sun
Friday Club Members
Hear Interesting Talk
regular meeting of the Fourth Fri
day club at the park last Friday,
Mrs. Voelker of Walla Walla, gave
a. very interesting and instructive
talk on cancer control.
Mrs. Russell Elliott has returned
from a visit in Portland, Oregon.
" Mrs. Thomas Duncan has as her
guest her sister. Mrs. Francis
‘Smibh, and children of Idaho Falls.
Byron Lampson is hauling gas
from Hermistcn, Oregon, to Boise.
QUESIION “Does ‘RPM's' mileage
and up at high temperatures?"
“SWEI Only oils able to with
otand extreme engine temperatulu
can give good mileage! That's
{332" 90 Car Batteries
A reunion far (rom their campus.
"Miss Washington State" (Patricia
MacLeod) greets Paul Soules. cap‘
tain oi the triumphant Washington
University varsity crew. out-aide the
Washington State Buiiding at the
World's Fair of 1940 in New York.
Miss MacLeod is a junior at the Uni
versity. 80th the varsity and the inn
ior varsity crews scored victories in .
the Poughkeepsie Regatta. Their visit 5
to the Fair (chewed the triumph. l
Idaho Family Enjoys
Big Dinner Gathering
HOVER—Mrs. Alvin Dye and
Mrs. Austin Schubert were host
esses at dinner Sunday at the Shu
bert home. Guests included Mr.
and Mrs. Llayd Paige and family
of Nampa, Idaho, Mr. and Mrs.
Albert; Ash and family of Finley
and the Dye and Schubert families.
Mrs. Gertrude Smith came T-ues- ‘
day from Hollywood, California to‘
spend a month visiting her sons,
Howard, Dick and Harry. ‘
Mrs. Leo Constantine left Sunday
to pack tomatoes at Milton, Oregon.
' Mr. and Mrs. Charles McFad
den of Pullman called on friends
here Saturday.
Elaine and Earl Taylor of Day
ton came Monday to visit their
aunt, Mrs. Jewell Slaybaugh and
i family in Yellepit.
The Hover division of the La.-
daies aid will meet Tuesday, July
9 in the afternoon with Mrs. Harry
I Hampton as hostess.
Our Christmas card that came
from the Old World: “Having a
wonderful time. Wish you were
As a usual rule, when you see a
Kennewick man who doesn’t want
any mm money he’s holding a. my
in his hand.
Kennewick Valley Telephone Co.
“RPM’B” W point-'4l” abfl-‘
high.speed engines whip ‘1?-
«mum on. count": 0? “wow
mum's mum moron ou- 25¢ A cum
Fire Destroys Grain
Elevator at Hover
HOVER--Fire completely destroy
ed the grain elevator at Port
Hover, belonging to Bill Blair. The
fire was of unknown origin and
occurred Saturday afternoon. The
elevator lacked about two days work
of being completed.
The Finley-Hover Sunday service
will be held in the Finley church at
11 am. on July 7. All are cordially
Bud McGuire and Charles Hend
erson went to Kahlotus Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Page and
daughter, Joan, of Nampa, Idaho ar
rived here Wednesday to visit her
sisters, Mrs. Alvin Dye, Mrs. Aus
tin Schubert and Mrs. Albert Ash.
They returned to Nampa. Monday.
M}s. Howard Ash and daughters,
Gladys and Alice, visited at the
Schubert home Sunday. 7,
The Jewell Slaybaugh family
was Pasco visitors Thursday.
Mrs. Emily Laudell and daughters,
Marilyn and Louise, returned on
Thursday from a month’s visit with
friends and relatives at Portland
and Wendling, Oregon.
Miss Verla Franklin was a guest
of Miss Margaret Abkm on the
Highlands Friday afternoon.
Bud McGuire and Chuck Hen
derson were dinner guests at the
Carl Evans home Sunday.
offers so
much For
3 so little ‘
i“Te! e -
a Sar
George Washington. in the person of
George L. Spaulding. visits the Wash
ington State Exhibit 3: the World's
Fair of 1940 in New York. Harvey D.
Gibson (right). chairman of the board
of the Fair. hands a pen w "Washing
ton" to sign xhe guesx book. At left is
“Miss Washington State". Patricia
E. MacLeod.
I ,:; ~/"’ / /FN \
1 noiofi 0“
The flag of the State oi b
is raised outside the Washu:,
State Building at the World's Fair k
1940 in New York in honor of the
Poughl-zeepsie Regatta champion var
sity and junior varsity crews of the
University of Washington visiting
the Fair. The halyard: are in the
hands of “MiSs Washington State"
(Patricia MacLeod). “George Wash
ington" (George L. Spaulding)
proudly looks on.
Don Larkin Is Scout
Official at Lake Camp
LOCUST gcrr-RDVE—Roy Larkin
took his 5011, Donald to Wallowa
Lake Boy Scout Camp on Monday.
Donald is on the official staff and
was required to be at the camp 8.
week before the guests arrived for
their camping to get things in read
iness for the month of Boy Scout
Miss Tommy Simmelink, one or
the princesses of the local Fourth
celebration, was a guest of the Kl
- Club on Tuesday, and went
to Walla Walla with a group of
Kennewickers in the evening to
advertise the rodeo.
Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Edwards at
tended the Odd Fellows and Re
bekah conventions in Yakima. the
last week. ‘
Friends are congratulating Mr.
and Mrs. Gus Reese on the birth of
a son, born June 30 at the Pasco
The only kind of lying that in
creases your pOpularity is saying
you feel fine when you really feel
“Another half hour wasted... while that
pesky hot water tank gets hot again. Why, oh
why, can't I have all the hot water I want ?'
‘fi'r—‘—————__i ’ '
\\ I
Yes, washing and all my housework is ever so
much easier now that I can merely turn a faucet
and get oceans of piping hot water. And with
my automatic electric water heaterl don ’t waste
Itime waiting for the tank to get hot.’
. . .ior Pacific Power 8:
Light Company offers
a special low rate of
only 8110 of 1¢ a kilo
watt-hour for water
‘ heating . . . . Electricity
{ here is cheap!
Special -- $3.95
Hudnall to Undergo
Observation at Clinic
HIGHLANDS—Mrs. Wm. Linden
and children accompanied by M. N.
Hudnall went to Seattle last week.
Mrs. Linden returned the first or
the week, but Mr. Hudnall remain
ed for the summer. While there he
expects to go through the Virginia
Mason clinic.
Miss Lulu Lampson is visiting at
Mabton with her aunt, Miss Maude
Lampson for two weeks.
Miss Ethel Ann Campbell left
last week for Drummond, Montana,
where she will spend the summer
visiting with an aunt.
Miss Mary Warner of Benton
City was a Sunday guest of Opal
and Rosemary Watkins was an over
night guest of Miss Maxine Whit
temore Saturday.
If a. Kennewick man dresses
shabbily his wife apologizes for him
but if he always looks neat she says
she picked out his suit.
A deluxe model, THE NEW
II o oi n
in l
0 You'll enjoy ell these features
usually found only in higher
priced electric ranges:
0 New Cairo! units (5 speeds)
O E-qoart thrift cooker
O liver-sized all-purpose even
0 3 large utility drawers
0 Top light and condiment set
0 3 coats of porcelain enamel
See this beauty today, at v
PAclrlc Powm & lmn Comm
‘Get an electric water hostel-"and you
will have plenty of hot water...and without
firing up under old-fashioned stow coils.’
You, too, can speed up your work
if you let an electric water heater
supply you with all the clean hot
water you want. You'll save work,
too, for an electric water heater
gives off no smoke or grime to
dirty up walls and curtains. It's as
clean as electric light.
Put your automatic electric
Alwayaat Your Service
Western Auto Supply
OLAV I. OTHEIM, Authorized Dealer
Utah College Coach
Visits With Aunts
Kenneth Vanderhoff of Logan. 1
Utah. was expected Wednesday to
visit his aunts, Mrs. Z. Perrault;
and Mrs. Ed Bean. He has been‘
teaching swimming classes for the‘
Red Cross at Issaquah since school
was out. Mr. Vanderhoff is as
sistant coach at the state agricul
‘tural college at Logan, Utah. This
‘is the same college at which one of
the local boys, Arthur Jacquot. is
also teaching. Another local boy.
Louis Jacquot. received his master's
degree at Pullman this year.
Lloyd and Dennis Tremblay vis
ited Saturday at the home of their
sister. Mrs. Hugh Bell.
Mrs. Guy Travis attended the 4-H
Council meeting held at the county
agent’s office Friday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Decker and
family were Yakima visitors Mon
water heater in the kitchen, if you
wish, for a thick blanket of insu
lation holds heat in the water and
out of your home. And, of courae,
an electric water heater is stream
lined and attractively finished just
like your electric range and refrig
erator. It’s the truly modern, care
free way to heat water.
i The government is stul preach
ing economy, but most of the poll
tticians never get beyond the preach
! ing stage.
11:32 pan. (exc. Sundays) ,
11:22 pan. Sundnys .
for connection with
the famous
Save over one hour to Den- ’
*nr, arriving 8:50 a. m.
(Socond Day)
: Savoomlflhonrsto [lll- I
’BB City, arriving 9:00 pan.
(Second Day) '
’Sm over 5 hours to St.
Louis. arriving 1:30 a. n.
(ma Day)
Use this spud!» union to
can you: tune. Air-cow.
flonod oqulpnont (or .n
chico- oi trawl.
'0: oth.: tubal-tion. new. .1
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