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Wy' September 12. 1940.
W. K, Clark is quite ill at his
We mis week.
10'5- L. G. Bailey is confined to
w ”swim illness this week.
I”, Ernest Huber was a Spo-
W fieek-end visitor with rela-
W. .
10'3- T. B. Hauschnd, daughter
W and son Burke returned
m a vacation trip spent in coast
funk and Myron Mikelson en
med 3 fishing trip up the Yakima
m 6 WW . . ‘
m. and Mrs. Robert Williams are
Wing this week as guests at the
home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
C .0. Williams.
wfle Sylvia Black underwent a
“dummy at Dr. Stevens office
“my morning-
R. n. Smalley left Wednesday
for Yakima where he will serve on
metal jury duty.
33 Wagner and Ole Anderson of
Mme, Oregon were Kenne-.
m: visitors todaY
m. and Mrs. J. B. Austin return
ed 1351; week-end from a two weeks
up to the Middlewest.
Mrs. Joe Nadig, who is a patient
in the pasoo hospital is reported as
m much improved.
In, and Mrs. E. S. McDonald left
may for a two weeks' vacation
go be spent at Seaview. '
ms. Laura Amon was a Wednes
m night dinner guest at the Hugh
oopeland home in Pasco.
Henry Heinneman and son Rich
ad and Lloyd and Carol Baumann
of mtzville were Sunday guests at
the H. E. Oliver home.
His. V. W. Bird was able to be
taken from the St. Mary’s hospi
m to the home of her sister in
Walla Walla this week. .
Claire Shaw, representative of ‘
masterpillar company of Spokane ;
was a business visitor the first ‘
of the week in the city.
Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Lind of the
Valley have moved into the house
recently vacated by the T. A. Brim
family on Second Avenue.
Miss Katherine Robbins had as
her guests on Sunday her mother
and brother of Ellensburg.
fir. and Mrs. Harlan Carlson of
Pendleton were week-end visitors
It. and Mrs. Amon Mueller ac
companied by Anna Marie Mueller
and Mary Margaret Brown were
Walla Walla visitors Tuesday.
It the F. H. Lincoln home.
Mrs. Lane Hinds of Seattle is a
me guest at the L. E. Johnson
home on Kennewick Avenue.
Hrs. c. s. Knowles was brought
lane from at Portland hospital Sun
day. She is confined ,to her home
and is reported as a little improved.
'1!» Library Guild will meet on
My afternoon at two o’clock
It the flame of Mrs. Cora. MoKain.
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' Miss Helen Rogers of Pullman is
‘a guest this week at the home of
’her sister, Mrs. Edgar Gilbert.
The Christian ladies aid will hold
}a regular meeting with Mrs. J. A.
iPine at Burbank Wednesday. Mrs.
‘Nelson Lewis will be the assisting
Mr. and Mrs. Fidyd Hutchins at
tended the graduation ceremony of
the nurses of Our Lady of Lourdes
hospital in Pasco Wednesday eve
The Royal Neighbor club will hold
a meeting Friday evening, septem~
ber 13 at the home of Mrs. A. V.
Lewis with Miss Pearl Dague as
Mrs. G. W. Sherk returned home
Friday from ‘Seavie'w, where she
spent the past three months visiting
with her son and family, Mr. and
Mrs. Everett Sherk.
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Dickison of
Hoodsport were guests at the H. E.
Huntington home today. They are
old friends of the Huntingtons and
were enroute to New York. '
Friends here have received word
that Mrs. 'H. E. Owens of' Salem,
Oregon underwent a major opera
tion Thursday morning. Mrs. Owens
is a former Kennewick resident.
Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Coonley were
week-end guests at the L .H. Ray
mond home enroute to their home
at Troy, Idaho. The Coonleys had
been on a vacation trip to Canada.
Miss Anna Marie Mueller left
this afternoon for Spokane, where
she will resume her duties as stu
dent nurse in the Deaconess hos
pital after a month’s vacation at
her home here.
Mrs. Floyd Hutchins was the
honor guest of a birthday party
given at the M. Hille home Tues
day evening. There were twelve
guests present and a social eve
ning was enjoyed.
Mrs. Cecil Anderson was hostess
to the Wednesday bridge club at
her home this week. Honors for the
afternoon were received by Mrs.
Leigh Beamer, Mrs. Walt Knowles
and Mrs. John Vibber.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Richmond ac
companied by Mr. and Mrs. Walter
Johnson left Sunday for a two
weeks’ vacation trip to Portland and
California cities. They plan to at
tend the San Francisco fair as one
of the highlights of the trip.
The Baptist circle will meet on
Thursday, September 19 with Mrs.
Russell Elliott. This will be a white
cross meeting. Mrs. J. H. Sieg
fried is chairman of the transpor
tation committee for this meeting. .
Mr. and Mrs. Waldo Gerards re
turned Monday night from a week’s
vacation trip which was spent in
Seattle and other coast cities.
While there Mr. Gerards competed
in the Salmon derby at Port Gam
i Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hoem and
daughters. Eleanor and Margaret of
‘Snohomish, accompanied by Miss
‘Eloise Buck of Salem, Oregon were
overnight guests at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Asbury Tues
About 25 golfrs from Kennewick
and Pasco went to Walla Walla
Sunday to play in a four-city tourn
ament; The local golfers didn’t do
so well—in fact, took the poorest
count—but the occasion was an en
joyable one.
The fourth division of the Meth‘o
dist aid will meet with Mrs. Carl
Elliott Thursday, September 19,
with Mrs. C. H. Blackman and Mrs.
W. E. Johns as assisting hostesses.
Members are urged to come and
notice the change in date.
Mr. and Mrs. “Penney” Ferrell,
Mr. and Mrs. Lafe Reavis, Mr. and
Mrs. S. E. Walker, Mr. and Mrs. B.‘
J. Campbell and Mr. and Mrs. F. S.
McClure were the Kennewickers
attending the Missouri picnic Sun
day at Woodland Park in Walla
Walla. ,
Mrs. Harry Snively was hostess
to the Kennewick bridge club at
her home in Richland Wednesday
afternoon. Following the luncheon
three tables of bridge were in play
with Mrs. J. K. Bockius receiving
high score. The house was cleverly
decorated with beautiful fall
flowers. The next meeting will be
held at the home of Mrs. M. M.
Moulton on September 25‘
Mr. and. Mrs. Charles Johnson
and son, Billy of Corvallis, were
overnight guests Tuesday of Mrs.
Leigh Beamer. The Johnsons were
on their vacation and she will be
remembered as the former Miss
Genevieve Quigley, who lived here
a. number of years ago.
Dr .R. M. deßit motored to Walla
Walla Friday to bring back Mrs.
deßit, who had spent the past
week vacationing in California. Mrs.
deßit motored to Oakland with
Mrs. Ed Crooks. She also visited
in Los Angeles and made the return
trip by plane from that city.
The Escolentes club met this
afternoon with Mrs. Joe Stradling
for the first meeting of the year.
Mrs. R. E. Reed gave a report of
her trip to the Middle West 'states
as the program for the afternoon.
The club voted to change the time
of meetings to 7:30 on Thursday
evenings. The next regular meet
ing will be held on September 26 at
the 'home of Mrs. Jess Vinson.
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Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Belair accom
panied by their house guests, Mrs.
Ida Barker of Granville, N. D.
and Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Hansen of
Tacoma, motored to Yakima the
first of the week, where they are
viSiting with relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Klltten and
small daughter have returhed to
their home in California after
spending the summer months vis
iting with his grandmother, Mrs.
Caroline Klitten. Mr. Klltten has
been managing the local cannery
While here.
The annual Mother-Daughter
banquet was held this evening at
the Methodist church. An impress
ive feature of the evening was the
candle lighting ceremony honor
ing the mothers and their daugh
ters. After the banquet a short
play was presented by nine girls
entitled, “From Self to Service.” It
was directed by Mrs. T. W. Payne.
Mr. and Mrs. John Eisenzimmer,
operators of the Columbia Roller
rink here, attended the fall open
ing of a big rink in Portland over
the week-end, a feature of which
was an interesting floor show. On
the Portland program the youngest
performer was a. little girl only 20
months old, while the oldest per
former was 67. The Eisenzimmers
plan something of the sort for the
opening of their rink this fall.
Alma chapter QES. will meet
Tuesday, September 17 at the Ma
sonic hall. Following the regular
business meeting a social hour will
be enjoyed with all members and
visitors being welcome. Plans will
be made for visitation trips to Alki
chapter in Walla Walla September
19 for their friendship night and to
the reception in Yakima on Octo
ber 5, honoring Brother John
Priesner, worthy grand patron of
the grand chapter of Washington.
Mrs. Emma Strickler of Spokane
was an overnight guest of her sis
ter, Mrs. I. N. Mueller, Friday and
Saturday nights. Mrs. Stri'ckler
and Mrs. Mueller accompanied Mr.
and Mrs. C. C. Williams and A. C.
Amon to Seattle Friday to attend
the golden wedding anniversary
celebration of Mr. and Mrs. James
R. Amon. Open house was held on
Saturday at which time there were
180 guests present. Mr. Amon is a
brother of Mrs. Strickler, Mrs. Muel
ler, Mrs. Williams and A. C. Amon.
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Library Proves Popular
Even in Hot Weather
l Thirty—four new borrowers have
lbeen listed at the local library dur
ing the past month. according to
the repor; made by librarian Mrs.
Vinson. A total of_ 1793 withdraw
als were made during the month.
Her list of new books is given be
Adult fiction books loaned ..-789
Adult non fiction ..__.----.._e 47
l Juvenile _._.__._ _.. ---..___468
Magazines ..m ._._-..------.__.256
Rental ____..._.._-_...____,233
Total w---__.1793
Cash income from fines and rental
shelf ..-__...-.._____._. ..__...816.03
New borrowers _._-.-.._-_.._---..34
. New books on the rental shelf this
week are: “The Wall," Mary Rob
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tain,” by Earl Biggers, “Hotel
.Hostess," by Faith Baldwin, “Lamp
‘in the Valiey,” by Arthur Stringer.
“Case of the Perjured Parrot" and
“Case of the Shoplifter‘s Shoe," by
Erie Stanley Gardner, “The Cut
ters,” by Bess Streeter Aldrich.
“American White Paper,” by Al
sop and Kintner, “I Married Ad-‘
venture,” by Osa Johnson and
“Stars on The Sea,” by F. Van Wyck.
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HIGHMNW-Mr. and Mrs. Basil
Shields went to Wenatchee and
Chelan on business last Friday and
returned Sunday evening. While
there they met Percy Combellic. a
former Highland resident. Friends
of Don Combellc will be glad to
know he is a radio operator on a
U. S. Steamship somewhere in the
Mr. and Mrs. Basil Shields ac
companied the Forrest Gragg fam
ily to Toppenish Thursday on bus
Viola and Phillip Foraker accom
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Selph were business visitors in Pull
man Monday.
Kenneth and Aaron Foraker.
Bergman Giles and Lindley newel
lyn left Monday for Pateros to work
in the apples.
Mr. and Mrs. 'lled Watkins and
family visited in Umapine Sunday.
Wyoming Boy Visits
Father After Accident
Cleo Keller, eldest son of Mr. and
Mrs. Jim Keller of Torringmn, Wy
oming has been visiting here since
his father's accident.
Mrs. Jun Keller accompanid Mr.
Murphy to Ellensburg Saturday.
where they both received medical
The Highlands Men's Club held its
regular meeting Friday night. A
Booster dance committee was ap
pointed. consisting of Lerner For
aker, Tony Mayer. Ed Ray. Basil
Shields and Ralph Soper. me 4-
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charge or the selling of Booster
Mr. and Mrs.- Glen Nagley arriv
ed Monday night from Endicott and
visited at the G. A. Hayley home.
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