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“my, December 19, 1940.
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aux-ence E. Hanson, Ken _874
3 Robert M. Farquhar, Ken _._606
:63 Athol A. Jones, Ken --.--..-----..69
.4 Eugene F. Anderson, Ken 404
M Everett V. Persinger, Ken 817
287 Edwin G. Peddicord, Rich. _149
66 min S. Abken, Ken ._...-730
3” Alvin H. George, Rich ------_._706
'1 mu: C. Carpenter, Ken --.985
_ ”4 Jack L. House. Ken -———-—-—--.72
,5 Andrew B. Cox, Ken _-____--1230
m William D. Washburn, Ken 497
m Harold R. McCamlsh, Ken -_..75
m Larry E. SChwendig, B. C. -240
m Cecil E. Boothe, Rich ._296
m John D. Ham, Ken -_-.-—_1223
334 James 0. Johnson, Ken ._.-734
m Urban L. Keolker, Ken _._783
goo Lon C. Griffith. Ken -_...838
397 Harry Walters, Ken _-_...—._.52
m Leon D. Stevenson, Ken -....760
w James E. McCoffer, W. B. ._.397
610 Haney E. Easterwood, Ken ---718
311 Donald A. Jensen, Paterson 770
312 Fred L. Hall, W. B. _-_---L1164
314 Carl W. Montgomery, B. C. _._182
.15 Floyd A. Perkins, Rich _......868
616 Enlisted, Harvey Steffen, R. 403
318 Charles C. Williams, Ken ...691
521 Edward M. Grant, Ken-_.__326
322 Floyd P. Gooldy, Ken _._382
323 Harold D. Dimond, Ken ”----.186
324 Walter R. Kneff, Benton City 71
325 Enlisted, Otto J. Steffen, R. _-17
326 Newton Mulkey, Ken ______47s
327 Charles F. Carlisle, Ken .428{
323 George F. Milligan, Ken..___-10
330 Lester L. Calvin, Ken ._...-929 ;
31 Lloyd M. Berry, Rich _.30
333 Zelbert L. Braly, Ken __1054
334 Milton H. Libby, Ken _._...“--4
336 Gerald F. Britton, Ken _._102
337 Lewis Welch, Ken ----..._._895
338 Leonard Allison, Ken ___._2s2
339 George F. Miller, Rich “_._416
340 Randolph V. Estes, Ken ____llo
341 Albert F. Zarndt, Ken ._..—41
343 Glenn L. Montgomery, B. C. 463
344 Merritt M. Probstfield, Ken _l6B
345 George A. Dike, Ken .---_-.._774
347 Howard A. Homtvedt, Ken _Bl5
348 Russell H. Gutman, Ken ._L4z7
349 Hugh E. Lucke, Rich -_.--...“873
351 Harry Watson, Richland _ll9l
353 Howard E. Ringer, B. C. _..1237
356 John H. Comstock, Rich _579
357 Roy R. Buckmier, Ken _--".--610
356 Marcel E. Arrestouilh, Rich 791
360 Victor Holmes, Ken _-_-----_---221
363 John Arthur Purdy, Jr. Han 313
364 Donald M. Ralston, W. B. ._690
366 Henry E. Warren, B. C. _._-690
367 Edward C. Lasen, Carley _....720
.368 Francis L. Keolkerxen _._152
3m Carl B. Mayer, Ken ___7B7
371 Jesse Lande, Ken ---__..__.300
372 Lester B. Larson, Ken _366
374 Lawrence R. Kendall, B. C. ._604
377 Loyal s. Wilson. W. B. _.202
378 Lester E. Long, Ken -_._._____-619
379 Harold W. Ham, W. B. ____274
380 Kenneth B. Smith, Rich _.“64
384 Leo V. Johnson, W. B. _......173
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W E S T W‘A R D”
STARTING CHRISTMAS ' ,
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“STAND UP AND FIGHT” “BUCK BENNY RIDES AGAIN”
886 Virgel O. Simons, Rich .....640'
387 Andy R. Huff, Ken ___l7B
388 Leonard E. Mount, W. 8... 1248 l
389 Clififord E. Cooper, Kiona _340
390 Lawrence W. Davis, B. C. ._-342
391 David R. Holden, Band. ._1159
392 A. R. Shierman, Ken _..—.353
394 Sylvan E. Baker, B. C. ._.1161
395 Virgil Williams, Ken .__B7s
397 Jack Swayze, Ken .___B2B
399 Harry Benson, Ken ___B34
400 Richard V. Kilmer, Carley 780
403 Wilfrid J. Druffel, Ken ._.886
405 Hubert G. Derting, Hover _.1218
406 Emanuel Aichele, Ken ___l2ll
407 Leonard B. Weber, Hanf. _-389
408 Louis A. Griffith, Rich _..644
409 George E. Schuster, Ken _6BO
410 Albert Steffen, Rich _.-—_-.lß'
411 Joseph V. Svantonsky, Ken _.117 l
412 Robert W. Olmstead, Rich _.303
413 Arthur G. Armstrong, Ken ...1118
414 James W. Nelson, W. B. _..959
415 L. S. Smith, Ken .-__.398
416 Lyle V. Hall, Jr., W. B. ._.441
418 Carl A. Glispey, Ken ___ss3
419 William L. C-awley, Rich _--.26
420 Arthur E. Wanrow, Ken __sol
421 Don A. Morton, B. C. ___Bo
423 Cletus E. Eyler, Hanf __llsl
425 Homer T. Berner, Rich _._.-288
427 Ivan W. Graves, Ken “.592
i 428 Melvin W. Bacon, Ken _.-633
429 Paul E. Morfeld, Ken _..—.199
, 432 Lawrence W. Deaver, Ken __1220
‘433 Harry W. Higley, Ken ___loßß
435 Vern E. Faulds, Ken ___269
436 Louis L. Lewis, Ken ..__.._-966
437 Lester E. Mouda, Ken ___l243
438 James E. Welch, Ken ._...1212-
440 Lavern R. Dailey, Ken ._....-830
441 Ray Reeder, Ken .m__6oß
442 Albert M. Woodside, W. B. ....839
443 James w. Welden‘, Hanf. ._.385
445 Zachariah Lilly, jr., Ken ___322
447 George W. Cloud, Ken _l4O
449 Caleb M. Moore, B. C. _..—“54‘
450 Elmer C. Forrest, Rich ._...332
451 Eugene W. Faulds, Ken ._...1095 j
453 Clarence E. Lewis, Ken _._..304‘
454 A. R. Monaco, Ken _...—_._..508‘
455 Gilbert W. Nickolaus, Rich 1240
455 A Lawrence Newsome, Ken 1254
456 Donald J. Dickinson, Ken 652
458 James L. Brown, Hanf. __1132
459 Roy N. Heaton, Ken ___l32
461 Louis H. Howley, Kiona __B9B
462 Walter M. Knowles, Ken .1937
463 Caspar W. Sharples, Pat _.-373
464 Fred A. Johnson, Rich ._..—.957
465 Curran B. Chellis, Ken __1222
468 J. F. Safford, Ken _____._B74
469 Adolph F. Block, Ken ___3l2
472 Paul Moret, Ken -_._._____.l'l72
474 Ralph P. Nicoson, Ken _._..699
475 Clarence E. Crow, Ken ___23s
476 Paul J. Thompson, B. C. _-290
478 John B. Richards, Ken _.....295
479, Patrick T. Clarke, W. B. _.714
480 Rolley .C. Shepley, Rich _.972
484 Rudolph L. Nielson, Ken _._777
487 Elmer Smith, Ken -_......763
488 Bert H. Winslow, Ken ___l2o7
489 James K. Brown, B. C. _._.360
490 Odes M. Sloan, Ken ___l242
491 Lester E. Burke, Ken _._..-802
494 Howard F. Beste, Ken _243
495 Henry Straub, Hanf. ___27
496 Chester D. Durdle, Ken _._.939
498 James D. Sanders, Ken __losß
499 Ralph M. Long, Rich ____2l3
500 Ralph W. Naas, Hanf. _._..850
502 Marshall R. Winslow, Ken -974
503 Howard M. McCoy, W. B. __lloß
504 Joseph J. Deßigio, Hanf _._-623
505 James N. Chapman, B. C. _.24
509 John' B. McKinsey, Hover ..1180
511 Ernest B. Ames, Ken “"374
512 Glenn H. Tramel, Ken _..1170
513 Dale L. Sheppard, Rich _._119
, 514 James D. Baumgartner. Ken 992
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Chests, Shooting Galleries,
Building Boxes
Sunday
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terested in—come and see
us anytime after 3 pm.
SUNDAY
515 Robert M. Holmes, Rich _-.602
516 Alfred L. Beamer, Ken ___lls6
517 Pete J. Salvini, Hanf -_....--1129
518 Earl W. Lodge, Ken -_--.—384
519 John R. Schmelzer, Ken __324
520 Kenneth G. Durham, Ken _---.93
523 Ernest T. Church, B. C. _--.---1131
524 Chris Christensen, Jr., Ken 197
525 Benjamin B. Gates, Ken ___llo2
526 Floyd C. Urmey, Paterson _-.352
527 James E. Woodruff, Ken _..1026
529 Gilbert M. Schuoler, Rich ..-.1162
531 Arnold A. Colby, Hanf --__loo4
532 Charles B. McFadden, Hanf. 334
533 Wayne K. Norval, Rich _._.89
534 Lee Alexander Dennett, Rich 98
535 Carl J. Erickson, Rich ___94s
536 Harold O’Hair, Ken ___ull
537 Victor C. Kippes, Ken ___lol4
538 Thomas F. Beegle, Ken _.392
539 Alvin L. Rex, Ken _._.--___.42
540 Millard L. B rown, W. B. _-.949
544 David M. Scott, W. B. M 731
‘545 Herbert E. Misner, Ken _-_-769
546 Ernest L. Huber, Ken ___32
547 Clifford A. Hack, Ken ._--.534
548 Leslie E. Offield, Ken _..-558
549 George H. Albrecht, Ken ...1149
551 Wilbur I-I. Ash, Ken _-_...—1049
‘552 Bruce P. Erickson, Ken_-902
.553 Walter L. Shaw, Rich -_.-..858
}554 Andy D. Keller, Ken ___ll3s
Townsend Club Will
Elect Officers Monday
FINLEY The Finley - Hover
Townsend Club will meet Monday,
December 30 at the River View
high school at 8 pm. Election of of
ficers at this time. Each lady is
asked to bring a .pie.
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Ogden of
Leavenworth were overnight visitors
of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Gowing on
Thursday.
Mrs. J. R. Ayers attended an all
day quilting at the home of Mrs.
Phoebe Sherk Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Gilmore moved
into the place recently vacated by
the Watson family Sunday.
Mrs. Ben Schwartzscopr, Miss
Leah Kirkpatrick and Mrs. Glenna
gelson have been ill with colds and
11.
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Glassner of
Pasco were dinner guests Sunday
;at the home’ of Mr. and Mrs. Clint
Glassner.
F Mr. and Mrs. Harold Witham were
"Pasco visitors Saturday evening.
; Finley grange will meet Thursday,
‘Deoember 19 at the grange hall at 8
pm.
The Finley Ladies’ Aid met at the
home of Mrs. T. M. Gardner Wed
nesday. Assistant hostess were Mrs.
Volland and Mrs. F. Falque.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Johnson re
turned Saturday from a two weeks’
vacation, visiting relatives in Issa
quah and Salem.
leßoy La. Rue, who was operated
on at the Pasco hospital about two
weeks ago, was brought to his home
Sunday.
Orin and Jesse Lande were in
Umapine Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Paulson of
Kennewick and Mr. and Mreresse
Lande and daughter were dinner
guests Thursday at the E. Sherry
home. ’
Yakima Man Is Shot
as G‘un Discharges
BENTON CITY—Joe Lenlerman,
60, of Yakima was rushed to Pross
er Friday afternoon after being shot
in the back when the gun in the
hands of his hunting companion,
Monday
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PRE - CHRISTMAS
PROGRAM
TEE KENNEWICK. (WASHQ COURIER-REPORTER
Ernest Schneider, Jr., also of Yakis
ma, accidentalhr discharged when it
was being unloaded as they werei
preparing to return home after
hunting ducks on the George Reeh
ranch three miles north of Bentonl
City. Lenderman, who is in a ser-‘
ious condition, remained in the Pru- ‘
den Nursing Home in Prosser until}
Saturday afternoon, when he was
moved to the St. Elizabeth's hospital
in Yakima. 1
Lenderman is known by several‘
Benton City business men, having‘
installed and serviced ice machines}
here. ‘
Mrs. Jessie Coffey of Marion.‘
lowa came Thursday for an extended ‘
visit with her sister-in-law. Mrs!
Laura Amon to be near the hospital.
Robert Brown and Fred Richman ‘
left Thursday for Fort George‘
Wright at Spokane. where they have
enlisted in the quartermaster’s di
vision of the air base.
MISS Margaret Hartman left Sat
urday for Eliensburg to resume her]
teaching duties in the Washing-l
{ton school, closed for a week be-‘
cause of the flu epidemic. The Out- 1
ilook school closed Friday until De
cember 30 and Glen Hartman rem
} turned home Sunday.
. Charles Johanson left Thursday
for Portland to receive medical
treatment. '
J. E. Druen of Kiona made a bus
iness trip Friday to Portland re
turning .the same evening. '
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Lund were
hosts Tuesday evening to their
pinochle club. Mrs. iSd Blakley and
Harry Troupe held high honors and
Mr. and Mrs. Russell Grover low.
The group will meet Tuesday eve
ning with Mr. and Mrs. Russell
Braendlein.
Arthur Johnson and Willis Finley
delivered dressed turkeys Thursday
to the Washington Co-op in Sunny
side. They went on to Yakima on a
business trip. '
Frank Richman is at his home
here recuperating from an attack
of the flu. He is employed by the
Cofifin Shep company of Yakima
and at present located at Cold Creek.
Robbins Return from
Vacationing on Coast
«HIGHLANDS—Mr. and Mrs. N.
E. Robbins and son, Norman, ar
rived home Sunday evening from
a week’s vacation spent with rela
tives in’Tacoma and Seattle.
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Meyer and
grandsons Leland and Eugene Hig
ley, were Sunday dinner guests of
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Harper and
‘family.
Mrs. R. W. Woods, was able to be
up again Sunday after a week spent
in bed with the “flu."
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Meyer, Mrs. R.
Dehnoff and Mrs. Bud Shields at
tended grange meeting at Vale on
Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Pasche are
the proud parents of a 9-pound son.
born Saturday evening, December
14 at the Pasco hospital. Both the
mother and son are doing nicely.
Mrs. Bertha Simsen is able to be
up again, following a week spent in
bed with the flu.
Delbert Hassier was a visitor on
Sunday at the W. L. Foraker home
on the South Highlands.
‘ Harry Lee, Phillip Foraker and
Lester: Liebel will arrive home this
‘week-end from Pullman to spend
Christmas at the home of their par
\ents.
Tuesday
Christmas
T tee Lights
Mrs. J. B. Miller, 76,
Dies in Yakima Wed.
BENTON ClTY—Funeral services
for Mrs. J. B. Miller, 76. were held
Saturday afternoon in a Golden
dale chapel with the Goldendale
Methodist minister officiating. Mrs.
Miller's four sons and two nephews
were pallbearers. Burial was in the
icamily plot in the Goldendale ceme
-1?.
Mrs. Miller passed my Wednes
day afternoon in the St. Elizabeth's
hospital in Yakima. where she had
been in a critical condition twelve
days. She has been a sufferer of di
abetes six years.
Mary Duffieid Miller was bum
July 1. 1864 in the Sacramento Val
ley, California. When 16 years old
she came to Washington with her
parents. In February 1886 she was
married to Joseph B. Miller and ob
served their fifty-fourth wedding
anniversary last February. For sev
eral years the Millers were raci
dents of Goldendale. coming’ to
Benton City in 1921.
She is survived by her husband
and four sons, Herman of Stevenson,
Howard of Prosser. Harry and Har
old (Si) of Benton City: two bro
thers. George Duffield of Portland
and Thomas Duffield of Port An
.geles; two sisters. Mrs. Anna War
} wick of Portland and Mrs. Alice Ad
’ ams of Newharg. Orcgon; four
grandchildren and a great grant
child. An infant son died when the
} Millers resided in Goldendale.
Mrs. Owens Improves
From Illness at Home
HIGHLANDS Mrs. Minnie
Owens, who has been very ill at
her home is slowly improving. Mrs.
Poore, who has been caring for her
has left for her home and Miss
Kathryn Fallgren is staying with
her this week. -
The D. Taylor family have all re
covered from a siege of the flu.
Miss Betty Sonderm'an, Clark
Taylor and Mr. and Mrs. D. TaylOr
and daughter. Shirley. attended the
Schubert Club concert at the M. E.
church Sunday evening.
The Highland Ladies Needle club
is meeting today Tuesday) Decemo‘
ber 17th for their annual 1 o’clock
Christmas dinner party with ex
change of gifts at the home of Mrs.
Albert Morgan.
The Les Amles Pinochle Club will
meet on Thursday, January 2nd. in
stead of on Wednesday, January 1.
at the home of Mrs. Tony Mayer.
Mr. and Mrs. W. 8. Green of the
pinochle club attended a surprise
birthday party Sunday evening at
the C. F. Winkenwerder home in the
iGarden Tracts. the occasion being
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Mr. Mamet-der”; aeventieth
birthday anniversary. The honor
guest was presented a pair of lea
ther gloves by the group.
Mrs. Joe Watkins. who has been
ill at her home. is improving.
4-H Club Reorganizes
and Discuss Project
The Double 4-H club met Sunday
afternoon at the Edward Tyacke
home for reorganisation. It was de
cided to carry out the home effic
iency project for the coming year.
Alvin Bell was elected president of
the club. A Christmas party will
be held at the home of Helen much
on December 21.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward 'ryacke and
children spent Wednesday evening
with the J. N. Burkhsrts.
Mr. and Mrs. z. Pemult spent last
week-end at The Dalles. Oregon.
where they visited at the homes of
several relatives. Enroute home
they visited at the Fred Parrault
home in 'Doppenish. where Mrs.
Mame Puller was a house guest for
the holidays. ms. Puller formerly
lived for several years in this com
munity.
Grangers Have Fun at
Apron and Tie 'Party
HIGHLANDS—Highlands gnnge
met last Thursday evening at the
Highland Clubhouse. Following the
business meeting an “apron and tie”
party was held with prize for the
best tie made by Mrs. C. H. Meyer.
going to Carl Mayer and the prize
for the best apron went tours. Wm.
Dennett. Judges for the occasion
were Mr. and Mrs. Sloan of Valley
grunge and Art Button.
'Wayne Garber of the University
of Washington. Seattle. will arrive
this week-end to spend Christmas
with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Mar
tin Garber.
‘ Miss Elizabeth end Min Lucile
St. Laurent 0! Wells. Won: will
\srrive home Stmdny to spend the
Christmas with their pen-nu. Mr.
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Mrs. Henry St. Laurent.
Mrs. Bud Shields. Mrs. Al Mor
gan and Mrs. S. R. Woodruif at
tended “Pink and Green" Christ
mas party at the home of Mrs.
Clyde Higley in Kennewick last
week.
Word has been received by Mr.
and Mrs. Tony Mayer that Mr. and
Mrs. Art Tatlow former Highland
residents. who left here recently to
make their home in Canada. are the
proud parents of a baby girl born
December 11. Just two days after
arriving at their destination. Both
mother and baby are doing fine.
The Highland Women's club is
making preparations to serve the
P. P. 8: L. annual Christmas din
ner Friday evening. December 20 at
the Highland clubhouse. A large
crowd and good time is anticipated.
PASCO
NOW SHOWING
Ends Saturday
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