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The Kennewick courier-reporter. [volume] (Kennewick, Wash.) 1939-1949, March 06, 1941, Image 5

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I 2”,. March 6. 1941.
I!” Velma McCamish is 111 this
fiensen of Prosser was a
W visitor Tuesday.
‘ A. Stillman left Tuesday morn
“, ”we on the Federal jury.
If. and Mrs. Curran Chellis are
9011 to reside in Yakima.
m. and Mrs. C. Durocher were
Walla visitors Friday.
10'- and Mrs. D. L. Hensen of
were in Kennewick Thursday.
Ir. md m. H. D. Quillen visit-
In 01mm over the week-end.
111. .nd Mrs. Chet Washburn and
rymll were Yakima visitors
In um um. Gerald Campbell of
Walla were visitors in Ken-
Ir!- Baker of Yakima is visiting
her daughter, Mrs. Harry Wal- .
nus week. 1
ms. G. W. Sherk will entertain
norlculture club Monday, Mar. I
3 her home.
'l‘ P. w. Strum, a patient in
‘W reported as being
m. wlnnlfl‘ed Campbell recently I
whouseon 727 Alder St. .to‘
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Gleason's Warehouse
All kinds of growers supplies to be
carried in stock at all times
now open for business at
Mrs. W. P. Struve underwent an
emergency appendectomy Thursday
evening of last week.
Mrs. W. S. Walters spent the
week-end with her daughter, Mrs.
Joe Allen of Yakima.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Richmond and
Jack Johnson were Sunday guests
at the C. E. Hunt home.
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Copeland of
Yakima were Sunday evening guests
at the Larry Oliver home.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Yedica
and Mrs. Curran Chellis were Her
miston visitors Wednesday. _
Harold MoCamish recently bought
a 15 acre tract from Mrs. Minnie
Owens on the South Highlands.
Mr. and Mrs. M. V. Heberlein
motored who Yakima today, taking
Mrs. Johnson back ‘to her home
there. .
The Kennewick Bridge club will
meet with Mrs. L. E. Johnson for a
one o’clock luncheon Wednesday,
March 2.
The American Legion Auxiliary
will meet at the Legion hall on
March 12 in the afternoon. Pieces
of rayon and scrap books will be
collected and sent in to the Veter
an’s hospital in Walla Walla. /
and produce by
' Mr. and Mrs. Bob Batman and in
fant daughter, Noel, will spend the
week-end visiting with Mr. and Mrs.
Ray Normile.
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Davis of
Spokane visited with the Edwards
families in Horse Heaven and Ken
newick this week.
Mrs. Carroll Pratt, Mrs. Gilbert
Edwards, Mrs. Ralph Safford and
Mrs. Francis Thiel were Spokane
visitors today.
Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Winkenwerder
entertained with a potluck dinner
in their home Sunday for a few
of their neighbors.
The Bethlehem Lutheran Ladies
aid met with Mrs. M. Russett this
afternoon with their regular meet
ing and refreshments.
Mr. and Mrs. Claude Babcock
were guests at the Claude Babcock,
51'. home in Pasco to help Mr. Bab
cock celebrate his birthday.
The Library Guild met with Mrs.
M. V. Heberlein Monday. The ladies
continued their sewing on the
aprons for their Easter sale. A
Mrs. Clarence Reavis left this
week for Wallowa, Oregon to help
the local minister, Rev. Hurst with
the revival meeting held there.
Mrs. Ellen Waldsmith arrived on
Wednesday morning from Pocatello,
Idaho for an extended visit with
-her daughter, Mrs. Fred Giard.
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Giard of
Sweet Home, Oregon are moving
to ,Kennewick the first of next
week to make their home here.
Mrs. J. H. Siegfried was in Se
attle the first part of the week at
tending the state conference of the
BAR... She returned home Thurs
Mrs. Floyd Big-ley emertained
the Kilkare club this afternoon
with a luncheon. Mrs. R. E. Reed
won high and Mrs. Ace Purdy sec
ond high. ,
Mrs. C. L. Holcomb accompanied
her daughter, Mrs. Leland Litke
and baby to Spokane Wednesday,
:hege Mrs. Litke will join her hus
an .
Mr. and Mrs. Horseman and
daughter, Shirley, and Mrs. Rita
Castle of Lewiston. Idaho visited
this week with Mr. and Mrs. Cecil
Mrs. E. J. Brand was called to
Yakima last Wednesday evening by
the serious illness of her mother,
Mrs. A. C. Gilliland. She returned
Sunday reporting her mother im
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Neuman attended
a. piano concert in Walla. Walla on
Sunday afternoon. Miss Esther
Bienfong and Miss Peterson of the
Whitman Conservatory rendered
some beautiful selections.
the Department’s Bonneville Power Administration, 40,000 kilowatts
of hydroelectric energy trom the gigantic Bonneville-Grand Coulee
dams on the Columbia River will be supplied under a 20-year con
tract for the operation of a new defense plant in the Pacific North
west. The plant will be operated by the Reynolds Metals Company
and will add 40,000,000 pounds annually to the country’s production
of aluminum. one of the vital factors in the emergency program
Site of the plant has not yet been selected. Concluding the history
making negotiations at Washington recently are (left to right)
Marion M. Caskie, Reynolds vice president; Paul J. Raver, Bonne
ville Power Administrator: R. S. Reynolds, president of the com
any. hearing his name, and (standing) Ulrich Gendron, Assistant
, nneville Power Administrator.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Yedica
and Mr. and Mrs. Urban Keolker,‘
Mrs. L. Miller and Mrs. J. Cald- ?
well were Sunday dinner guests at .4
the H. F'. Yedica home in Walla
Walla. While there they visited Dean I
Yedica, a patient in the hospital.
He is recovering from his recent
foot operation very nicely.
The Baptist Circle was entertain
ed with their annual luncheon by
Mrs. W. J. Preston today. Guest of
the meeting was Mrs. Hilda Ragain
of Elgin.
Mr.and Mrs. Paul Clark of Port
land, Oregon visited at the E. Arm
strong home over the week-end. Mrs.
Clark will be remembered as Sadie
The Royal Neighbors "will hold a
rumage sale, also a cooked food
sale Saturday, March 8, in the
building formerly occupied by the
Rural Equipment Co.
The Entre Nous club met with
Mrs. W. Washburn Tuesday after
noon. Honors were received by Mrs.
Jack Turner, high and Mrs. E. S.
Black, second high.
Mrs. Ed Neuman entertained the
senior group of her piano pupils
Saturday evening. Each pupil play- !
ed a selection and refreshments i
were served later. I
Mrs. Keith Day and two small
children are visiting this week at
the F. Montague home in Hover,
while Day is employed on the
North Bank highway.
The last dance of the Dancing
Club of the season met Monday
evening in the Arrow Grill. Law
rence Scott was elected president
for «the coming year.
Mm. I. N. Mueller and Amon
Mueller were‘in Walla Walla Friday
to attend the funeral of Mr. Cook
erly, one of the pioneer undertaken
in the State of Washington.
Mrs. Don Coates entertained the
Delta Deb club Tuesday with a
dessert luncheon. Honors were re
ceived by Mrs. John Neuman. Mrs.
Dudley 1399.1 and Mrs. Milton Libby.
Mr. and Mrs. Redmond Bunker of
Clarkston were Monday evening
guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. Amon.
They were enroute to North Bon
neville, where Mr. Bunker is em
ployed. - _ __
Mr. and Mrs. L. Bailey, accom
panied by Mrs. R. Gowing and
Floyd Higley went on a buying mp
to Portland Sunday. Baileys and
Mrs. Gowing returned Sunday and
Higley went on to Seattle and Ta
The Kennewick Woman's club will
meet in the M. E. church parlor at
2:30 Friday afternoon, March 7.
The roll call will be answered by
some item about the women in the
news. Anyone interested is cor
dially invited to attend.
The Current Events club met with
Mrs. Carol Pratt Friday. Febru
ary 28 in a discussion of Scandi
navian countries. Mrs. Clark gave
the introduction and Mrs. Harry
Taylor, Mrs. Guy Story and Mrs.
Geo. Adams read papers.
The Kennewick Valley grange
will hold its regfllar meeting Fri
day at 8 o’clock. During the lec
ture hour the ladies of Columbia
Valley from Frankun County will
present a 30-minute play entitled
“Hen Peck Holler Gossips." .
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Higley. the
Misses Eva and Edith Skinner. ac
companied Charley Boyer to Spo
kane to visit at the J. William
Smith and Skinner homes. Mrs.
Smith returned with them to spend
the week visiting in Kennewick.
The Rainbow Girls met with their
regular meeting Monday evening
and discussed plans for the Variety
Show to be given Friday evening and
for the grand officers’ visit to be in
the near future. Rebecca Liston was
initiated and later refreshments
were served.
Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Chase enter
tained as week-end guests: Mr. and
Mrs. Fred Overley, Mr. and Mrs.
C. W. Apley and Mr. and Mrs. Wm.
Meikle all of Wenatchee. Mr. and
Mrs. Meikle are former teachers
here and she will be remembered as
Edith Morris.
Kennewick Valley Grange enter
tains Benton County Pomona Sot
urday. The afternoon session is
called for 2 p.m. A Minstrel Slow.
“The Community Minstrels" will be
presented during the lecture hour.
Minna. Kennewick Valley Lecturer.
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Mrs. w. H. Witt is on the sick
list this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Prank Bartlett of
Sandpoint Idaho and Frank Bant
lett, jr. of Kelly Field. Texas. visited
Sunday and Monday with their
daughter and sister. Mrs. Harold
Whittemore. Mrs. Whittemore ac
companied them to Portland and
Fort Lewis Tuesday. where Frank
Bartlett Jr. is stationed in the air
The Samaritan Sunday school
class of the Methodish church held
the regular monthly party Friday
evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Carl Williams. The members were
asked to wear some old-fashioned
garment and the ladies brought
dessert lunch for two in a box. The
boxes were auctioned by C. F. Wink
enwerder. The bidding was done by
numbers and the pay was in the
form of a Bible quiz with each man
identifying his number of Bible
characters. He was allowed to “bor
row" the information from others
in case he did not know the answer.
The unusual costumes afforded
much mirth. The next party will be
Mrs. J. R. Ayers.
“Responsibility of the
Community P.T.A. Topic
'lhe next Plant-Teacher Ano
ciafion meeting will he held in the
Kennewick high school auditorium
next Wednesday. Dutch 12. et 8
The subject under consideration
"be “This Community's Responsi
in the Use of Lemme Tune.”
The discussion with ma Buel
Mr. Charles Asian-y will sing.
‘l‘here will also be other musical
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