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may, September 12. 1940.
'Benefit Club Elects
Officers for Year
Ham—Women's Home Benefit
dub met last Wednesday with a
“mu; potluck dinner at the B. B.
Stewart home. New officers elect
ed at the meeting were: Mrs. Al
”! Dye. president; Mrs. Roy Bar
molomewv wee-president. Mrs. C.
£75115, secretary- treasurer and Mrs.
Austin Schubert. reporter.
A sudden wind and dust storm
muck here Monday evening. Trees
1'39 uprooted and hay in the
field was scattered to the winds.
m, and Mrs. Guy Nelson have
named their infant. daughter. Del
m. and Mrs. J. R. Ayers return
each Tuesday from Montana.
m- .and Mrs. Will Nunn and
”gum- visited at the Roy Barth-
W home Sunday.
ur. and Mrs. Larruk are driv-
W a new V-8 coupe.
m, and Mrs. George Milllgan
me dinner guests at the Sellars
We sunday evening.
East 253.2;
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? luncheon . . . 30 cents
! Dinner 3 o o o o 35 cent:
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The Portland Rose
Daily iron Portland - 9:35 p. m.
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from Portland
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Kennewick Phone 241
Accident Victims Get
Hospital Release
RICHLAND Dale Shepard ac
companied Marjorie Brill’s sister
to Wenatchee Monday, where they
will attend the funeral of Miss
Brill, whose body was shipped
there for burial. Miss Brill was
killed early Sunday morning in an
accident near Kennewick, when
seven other persons were seriously
Gene Baker, who was injured in
the same wreck was able to return
to his home Tueseday. _
June Wilton and William Conwell
who were involved in the accident,
were able to return to their homes
Sunday afternoon.
Jerry Allison returned home from
the Pasco hospital Tuesday. Jerry
is recovering from an apendectomy.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Wallace, who
purchased the Bert Gray farm a.
year ago, have sold their place and
have moved to Walla Walla, where
they will make their home. Their
son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and
Mrs. Junior Barchtol, also moved to
Walla Walla and will make their
home with Mr. and Mrs. 'Jack
The county trucks are busy this
week oiling and grading the Rich
land streets. -
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Jones return
ed 'Tuesday from Seattle. where
they visited at the home of Mrs;
Jones’ cousin, Mr. and Mrs. E. V.
Potzer. While there Mr. and Mrs.
Jones were the guests of friends,
who took them on a. cruise in their
Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Yedica of
Touchet were visitors in Richland
Mrs. Lynn Colley returned from
the Pasco hospital the first of the
week. Her infant son was not able
to be brought home, but will re
main in the hospital for another
Dr. and Mrs. Lemon returned the
first of the week from Rochester,
Ruth McGhan returned to the
Pasco hospital for duty Tuesday
after having spent her two weeks’
vacation at the home of her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Ben MoGhan.
Belan Returns From
Alaska Fishing Trip
James Belan returned home Wed
nesday from a fishing expedition
of several months, part or which
time he was in Alaska. On Thurs
day, Mr. and Mrs. Belan and two
daughters, Carol Jean and Evelyn
Girt, left for a short trip to' the
coast. They plan to return early
this week. .
Among those seen at the Grand
view Harvest Festival Saturday
evening were Mr. and Mrs. Z. Per
rault, Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Mcßém
and children, Mr. and Mrs. Edward
Tyacke and family, Mr. and Mrs.
Guy Travis and children, Barney
Schmidt, Mr. and Mrs. Wallace
Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond
Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Ty
;acke and daughter, and Mr. and
iMrs. Clinton Mcßee. Reports indi
cated a large attendance at the fair
this year with a fine parade and dis
play ofi exhibits. '
Oil Heaters $34-50 to $59-50
Richland Couple Wed
at Quiet Ceremony
RICHLAND Monday at the
home of Rev. Nelson, Miss Marie
Hamilton, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
William Hamilton of Richland, and
’Glenn Forrest, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Elmer Forrest, of Richland, were
[quietly married in the presence of
3the immediate families of the bride
land groom. Mr. and Mrs. Forrest
left immediately for Morton, where
the groom has employment.
Mrs. Van Fossen visited Sunday
at the G. B. Hodgson home in Wap
Mrs. Van Fossen Sr. and Mrs. R.
R. Mclntosh were visitors in.Pasco
Saturday. 'Jean Cummings, who has
been visiting at the home of her
cousin, Mrs. Harlon Muncey, re
turned to her home at Medical Lake
A .W. and Frank Brown left
Wednesday for Naches, where they
will work in the apples.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Shaughnessy
of Bremerton were visitors Sunday
at the Harlan Muncey home.
Georgia McMahon, her mother,
Mrs. Julia Clements, and Kathleen
Muncey left Monday for Spokane,
where they will spend a two weeks’
vacation at one of the lakes near
that city.
Mrs. Guy Conwell returned Satur
day from the coast, where she had
been visiting at the home of her
son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and
Mrs. Floyd' Conwell.
Mrs. SkeltOn is ill at the home
of her sister, Mrs. Roy Allen.
Mr. and Mrs. George Tuttle re
turned Monday from Seattle, where
they had been visiting at the home
of their daughter and son-in-law,
Mr. and Mrs. Puette.
A bridal shower was given Tues
day afternoon at the home of Mrs.
R. R. Mclntosh, honoring Mrs. Don
Rider. There were about twenty
five ladies present. Mrs. Rider re
ceived many beautiful and useful
gifts for her new home.
Estel Brooks of San Francisco,
nephew of A. W. Brown and Frank
Brown, visited at the Brown home
Wednesday. Mrs. Lona Burnsthill
of Walla Walla was also a visitor
at the Brown home.
Mrs. Richard Cleave returned on
Monday from California, where she
had been visiting her sister and
her daughter. Amalia, who is at
tending college at Riverside. -
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Guard them with
plenty of inexpensive light
Now is the time to help your daughter have young sparkling eyes when she grows up.
Wrinkles and “crews feet', caused by squinting in peer light, rob any woman of her beauty
and make her look years older. Give your daughter an l. E. 5. table study lamp, now that
school has started and nights are longer. These approved lamps diffuse plenty of light over a
wide area, prevent eye strain, and make studying easier. Good light to guard growing eyes
costs so little here! A few dollars buys an I. E. S. lamp, and h operates it from i to 5 hours.
Estes Family Returns
From Portland Wedding
HIGHLANDS—Mr. and Mrs. Er
nest Estes and sons. Ed and Run
dolph, returned Monday morning
from Portland, where they attended
the wedding of their daughter and
sister, Miss Eva to Richard Peitzold
of that city.
The Highland Sewing Club will
lmeet Tuesday, September 17 at the
7 home of Mrs. Art Glasow.
a Everett Tyrell of Yakima was a
caller at the W. S. Green home on
Friday of last week.
Arnie Heldt and Glen Burtif of
McChord Field, Tacoma spent three
days last week visiting at the Nel
son Lewis home.
Miss Clara Lewis was a Sunday
visitor at the Nelson Lewis home.
David Tweet will leave Tuesday
for his senior year at W.S.C.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Ross return
ed Tuesday from a vacation trip
to Seattle, where they visited rela
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Tonsfeldt of
Pendleton were Sunday visitors at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Aaron
Miss Lucille Tonsfeldt, sister of
Mrs. Aaron Foraker from White
Salmon spent Saturday and Sun
day here enroute to Pullman,‘
where she will attend W. S. G.
Mr. and Mrs. T .B. Dorton left
last Friday to visit with their
daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs.
Geo Parquhar at Quilicene. f
Mrs. Bill Birdsall and son, Jackie, ‘
of Yakima have been visiting at‘
the home of her parents, Mr. and:
Mrs. Forrest Gragg.
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Brand attend
ed the funeral of a. friend. Robert
Mathews, in Benton City Monday.
Kenneth and Harold Perkins vis
ited with Billy Green Saturday.
Highland Visitor to
Spend Winter in Calif.
{HIGHLANDS—Mrs. Nelson Lewis'
mother, Mrs. Jennie Sheehan, left
last Wednesday night for the coast,
where she will meet her daughter,
Betty Keith, and they will continue
to the fair at San Francisco. Mrs.
Sheehan expects to be gone most
of the winter.
Lester Neilson was a house guest
of Harry Estes last week, while
Harry’s parents were visiting rela
tives in Portland.
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Mrs. Bert-ha Simsen entertained
a few friends at a luncheon Tues
day in honor of Mrs. Ed Bag of
Bremerton. who was a former High
lands resident.
W. S. Green was a business visit
or in the county seat Friday of last
Those from the South Highlands.
who served on the election board
Tueesday at the Valley Clubhouse
were Mrs. E. C. Tweet. Mrs. H. W.
Withers. Mrs. Lee Boutelle and
Mrs. Ice Lampson.
Mrs. E. J. Brand returned home
Sunday evening after spending the
week-end with her mother. Mrs. A.
C. Gilliland at the Lyle Brand
home at Moxee. The occasion of
the visit was her mother's 815 E
birthday anniversary.
Mr. and Mrs. R. W .Woods mo
tored to Goldendale Sunday to visit
Mrs. Wood’s mother.
Portland Woman Stops
Enroute from Trip
Mrs. Paul Wagner of Freewater.
Oregon, Mrs. D. F. Cressweli. son
Don, and twin sons, Doug and Don
of Pasco, visited Sunday at the
G. A. Rupp home. Mrs. Cresswell
was on her way home from a visit
with her daughter and family in
Mr. and Mrs. Late Reavis ac
companied Mr. and Mrs. Penny
Ferrell to Walla Walla Sunday
where they attended the Missouri
Mrs. Alta Alyward of Seattle is
visiting parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chris
Puderbaugh. She expects to return
to Seattle Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Swayze re
turned home Sunday after several
weeks at Portland.
Mrs. Dan Beegle attended the pot
luck luncheon of the second di
vision of the Methodist aid held at
the home of Mrs. C. F. Winken
werder Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ted Towers of
Portland spent Labor Day at the
home of Mrs. Tower's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. E. O. Sandberg.
Dick Sandberg of Portland is
visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
13.0. Sandberg and this week is
visiting his brother. Cari at Scott.
Mrs. Irene Hughes, candidate for
county commissioner of the first
district was a business visitor in
the community Friday.
Western Auto Supply
OLAV I. OTHEIM, Authorized Dealer
3 Large Attendance is
! Shown at Grange Meet
wick Valley grange held the regu
lar meeting Friday. September 6.
‘Fifty-eight members and twenty
; four n’sitors enjoyed the work of
the ladies' degree team exemplify
ing the first and second degrees. Due
j to the absence of Mrs. Swayze. Mrs.
‘Lampson had charge. G. L. Benson
{and Mrs. Henson were present. Mr.
{Henson is Pomona Master. Valley
lgrange will receive the plaque for
11939 at Pomona meeting at Beunn
lVista. September 14.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hooker
smith of Seattle were guests last
week at the Chris Puderbaugh
Mrs. Allen Puderbaugh and two
small daughters of Bremerton are
visiting at the home of his parents.
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Puderbaugh.
They expect to return home on
Mrs. Lee Lampson had as guests
Mr. and Mrs. bee Lampson and
two young daughters of Coulee Dam
and Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Lumpson.
Local District Officer
Conducts Installation
M. Simmeunk were Grandvlew vise
itors Monday, where Mrs. Simme
link, district American legion Aux
iliary president. conducted installa
tion services for the Grandvtew and
Sunnyside units. On Wednesday
they were guests of the 211131) post
auxiliary unit.
Mrs. J. W. Root was a Walla Walla
visitor Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Lyons and
daughter were Sunday visitors at
the R. K. Satford home.
Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Richmond.
Lyle Simmelink. Herb and Pat
Owens are among the Horse Heav
eners who plan to attend the Pen
dleton Roundup this week.
Mrs. Mabel Hoioos and daughters.
Marie and Nadine were week-end
visitors here. They came from
Merle Wassink and Charles Oldl.
or Clymer. New York, who, heve
been house guests at the Fred
Simmennk home. left Sunday for
the Yakima valley. where they plan
to work in the‘ hop fields.
Storm Does Damage
to Highland Hay Crop
HIGHLANDS—A high wind which
carried much dirt hit hte Highlands
Monday night. leaving several trees
partly or wholly di-siroyed, hay
fields which were cut showed a
loss of about hair the cutting and
Andy Hufis' trailer house came ou:
minus a roof.
Mrs. Fred Giles had as her guests
on Wednesday Mrs. Ed Bars of
Bremerton. Mrs. Art Giasow and
Mrs. Stewart Powers.
Mrs. Ed Bax-g of Bremerton. a
former Highland resident. who has
been staying here during the ill
ness of her aunt. Mrs. Joe Nadig.
a patient in the Pasco hospital. has
been visiting many of her old friends
Mr. and Mrs. V. O. Humphrey’s
daughter and husband. Mr. and
Mrs. J. A. Schmotzer of Portland. ar
rived Wednesday night.
Plate Dinner
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