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Coles to Leave For
Vacation in Portland
KENNEWICK VALLEY—Mr. and!
Mrs. J. H. Cole are leaving Satur-i
day for Portland to spend a few
weeks with their two sons, Donald
and Hubert Cole and enjoy 'the‘
iivestock show.
Lieutenant and Mrs. ‘ Cormac
Thompson of Fort Lewis visited at
Kennewick and Prosser during a
five-day leave.
Rev. E. 1. Mitchell of Greston was
a Sunday night guest at the J. I.
Hm home.
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Rupp of Walla
Walla spent Sunday with his father,
George Rupp. '
Miss Louise Anderson of Yakima
spent Sunday with her father, Nick
Anderson. She was enroute to Wal
la Walla.
Mm. Alta Aylward was a patient
in the Pasco hospital the first of
use week, having her tonsils remov
e
Mrs. Pearl Callaway left for Idaho
and home Friday.
Rev. and Mrs. L. C. Krug of
White Bluffs visited with their
daughter and family. Mr. and Mrs.
slabert Zarndt from Sunday to Tues
y.
The Ke-Va 4—H swine club met
at the W. E. Johns home Monday
evening.
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LW/fi Mia/e
Dents in the Body?
Makes no difference if
there are many or Just one.
Chances are you’ll want
them taken out and when
you find out how little it
costs you] wonder why
you put it off. Sure makes
the car look better.
Phone 1122
WE DO ALL TYPES
OF BODY & FENDER
REPAIRING.
Magelsen Auto
Body Rebuild
Strickler Garage Building
7 amen-rams .
i mmomnss i
"| IT ms TO BUY nu: lEADER .II
AND on THE lEApfllfi I!!!
Pasco Auto Company
Pasco, Washington
Weidle-Rasmussen Rites
Solemnized in Pasco
RICHLAND—Sunday in the Lu-j
theran church at Pasco, Mary Wei-l
dle became the bride of Roy Ras
mussen with the Rev. P. J. Luvaas‘
officiating. Baskets of fall flowers
made a beautiful background be-‘
hind lighted tapers on the altar. To
the strains of Mendelssohn's wed
ding march, played by Mrs. Luvaas
at the organ, the bride walked to
the altar with her father, who gave
her in marriage.
She wore a white satin gown with
full skirt and tight bodice. She wore
a fingertip veil which fell .from a
cap arrangement held by orange
blossoms.
The bride’s bouquet was made of
pink carnations, pink and white
asters and gardenias.
Mrs. Stanley Burgan of Games, a
sister of the bride, was matron of
honor. She wore a peach dotted
Swiss and carried a bouquet of talis
man rosebuds, gardenias and del
phinium. Art Glasow acted as best
man. Harold Luvaas sang “I Love
You Truly,” accompanied by Mrs.
Luvaas. A wedding dinner was
served at the home of the bride’s
parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Weidle
at Richland. ,
, After a short honeymoon the
couple will be at home in Pasco. The
[bride is a graduate of the Richland
high school and Northwest Busi
ness college and has been employed
at the Gerry’s Sales and Service in
Pasco. The bridegroom is the son of
Mr. and Mrs. O. Rasmussen of Pasco
and is a graduate of the Pasco
schools and of the Edcot Automotive
School at Portland. He is emloyed
by the Northern Pacific.
Mrs. Frank Woods of Des Moines,
lowa, and Miss Laura Long of Ta
coma are visiting at the home of
their brother, Gus Long.
Mrs. Ed Roberts and children and
Mrs. L. A. Johnson and children
spent the week-end in Yakima,
where they visited at the D. Schoeler
home. , '
Charles Mclntosh, Austin Murray
and Robert Fletcher came from
Pullman Fridayand spent the week
end at their respective-homes
Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Munoey
drove to {Ellensburg Sunday. They
were accompanied ‘by their daughter,
Kathleen, who entered C. W. C. E.
for her third year.
Mr. and Mrs. anrle Jones attend
ed a no host dinner at the Alfred
Amen home in Kennewick Tuesday
evening.
Fourth Friday Club
Holds Annual Election
KENNEWICK VxAIILEY The]
Fourth Friday club met last weekl
with Mrs. Hattie 'Wltt as hostess.‘
The annual election of officers was
held: Mrs. A. J. Thompson, presi
dent; Mrs. Lottie Lampson, vice
president; Mrs. 0. IE. Sandberg, sec
retary; Mrs. W. H. Witt. treasurer.
A Short program followed the busi
ness meeting. Lunch was served by
the hostess assisted by Mrs. Denny.
The next meeting will be held at
Sands-Van Patten home.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Beck and
daughters of Walla Walla were Sat
urday night guests of Mrs. Beck’s
brother, Francis Zamdt and tamily.
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KENEWICK AUTO COMPANY
Kennewick, Washington
Fried Chicken Dinner
Served to 250 Guests
HOVER—The Hover division of“
the Methodist Ladies’ Aid sponsor-1
ed a. fried chicken dinner at the
River View high school last Friday
evening. About two hundred and
fifty dinners were served. They‘
had a booth selling cooked foods!
fancy work and farm produce. They
also had a. quilted quilt on display,
which has not been sold. The mem
bersoftheaidwishtothankthe
people of Kennewick and Finley as
well as their own community .for
the support given them in their ef
fort to raise money for their church.
Frank Montague started with a
crew picking grapes on his farm on
Thursday.
H. N. Hampton has been on the
sick list this week, but is improv
ing satisfactorily.
Minor Improvements
Made on Hover Churdh
ROVER—The Hover Ladies’ Aid is
‘sponsoring the building of a new
porch and steps at the Hover church.
B. B. Stewart and John Dahlin have
been working on it this week.
J. E. Cochran celebrated his 84th
birthday on the twenty-ninth.
Bud Mclntyre, who has just been‘
released from the 'Anacortes hospim
.tal after a seige of pneumonia, ar
rived home Wednesday. I
Mrs. William Nunn was hostess‘
to a bridal shower for ther niece,
Miss Lois Birdwell on Tuesday after-{
noon at the Birdwell home. About
twenty guests Were present and Lois
received many lovely gifts.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mills arriv
ed home Thursday after a week
spent at Nampa, Idaho.
Lois Birdwell Honor
Guest of Bridal Shower
WILEY—A miscellaneous sur
prise bridal shower was given on
gesday in honor of Miss Lois Bird
-11 at the home of her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Birdwell. Twen
ty three ladies were present. Miss
Birdwell will be married in the near
future to Mr. Howard Reiner of Ne
braska.
Mrs. Ben Schwartmcopf and her
mother, Mrs: Bertha Barth, who is
visiting here from Walla Walla,
were Walla Walla visitors Thurs
day.
Little Darrel Thompson of We
natchee is here visiting his grand
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Gow-.
mg for a -few weeks. 1
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Beall of Se
attle visited at the home of Mrsl
Winifred (Beau last week-end.
Harry Benson was a dinner guest
at the Reigle home in Umatilla on
Friday. 1
Mr. and Mrs. Bo Dunstin and son,
Billy, of Walla Walla were dinner
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harold
Witham Friday. " .
. Lester Calvin of Seattle came
Sunday for a visit with his parents.
qu. and Mrs. John Calvin. He left
Tuesday again for Seattle.
} m. Perry Wilson left Saturday
‘for her home in Sparta, Illinois,
latter a week’s visit with her sister
and family, Mr. and Mrs. E. 0. Mc-
Allister.
Hermiston Auto Company
Hemiston, Washington .
THE KENNEWICK, '(WASHJ COURIER-REFORM
News oftheWeek
Alemdfia, Egypt—British naval
authorities have listed and des
cribed. without official Italian de
nial, 29 Italian ships sunk during
September, including 4 big liners. 23
supply ships and 2 destroyers, for a
total of 200,000 tons. This is the
most disastrous month for Italy's
maritime forces since last March?
when the British fleet smashed the
Italian navy at Cape Matapan.
Congress Debates Neutrality ‘ _
Washington—Congressional lead
ers predict the amendment or re
peal of the Neutrality .Act within the
next fortnight. After such action,
American merchant ships would en
joy complete freedom of the sea and
would be adequately armed against
German and Italian raiders.
Moscow; USSR—Premier Joseph
Stalin received W. Averill Harriman,
representing the U. 8.. and Lord
Beaverbrook, representing Britain,
as delegates to the TriuPower Eco
nomic Conference meeting here to
discuss American and British aid to
Russia. First important result of the
alliance is an increase of 20 percent
in Britain’s output of tanks. most of
:vhich are destined for the Russian
ront.
First Year of Finley
4-H Club Big Success
FENIEY—The Finley m dairy}
club should be commended on their?
interest and progress in their first
year of club work. This week they}
attended the fair in Yakima and
were awarded numerous individual
merits: Wilma and Louis Agopso
wicg received red ribbons on their
calves; Frank Livingston, third in
the meat identification contest. At
the Benton County fair held at Ben
ton City the club entered six calves
and received four blue and two red
ribbons. The members are busy at
the present time closing their books
ending the year 1941, and are look
ing‘forward to another successful
and interesting year.
E
By FOSTER GILROY
Italian Ships Suffer
Staglin Receives Allied Mission 3
FOR ONE WEEK ONLY---OCT. 5 TO 11
FINE FUR COAT
- DISPLAY
KENNEWICK ' m
Don’t Miss Seeing This Wonderful Display, Even Though You D 6 Not Purchase NW
Mrs. Beinhart Hostess
To Pinochl'e Club
HIGHLANDS—The Les Amies!
Pinochle club is meeting for a 1:30!
dessert ‘luncheon today (Thursday)
at the home of Mrs. Orin Beinhart.
Mrs. H. C. Decker and son. Le
roy. attended the State Fair in Yak
ima last Saturday and Sunday. 1
Mrs. Mary Taylor was an all-day
guest Monday of Mrs. June mm at
the c. 1... 1101 ch home.
Mr. and Mrs. E. Kleinknecht and
family were Spokane visitors last
wee
Mr. and Mrs. E. Klelnknecht and
runny spent the week-end visiting
with relatives in Wallowa.
Mrs. E. Lape Returns
From Eastern Tour
HIGHLANDS—Mrs. E. G. nape
returned home last Wednesday
from an extended visit with rela
tives and friends in Montana and
eastern states. She reports having
a most wonderful trip.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Weasel of
Parkesburg. 11l and Mrs. Ed Houser
of Claimant. 111. are house guests
tmsweekoer.aners.Albert
Morgan.
D. Taylor of Her-miston spent
Sunday evening with his family on
the West Highlands.
Valley Ladies Guests
At Recent Quilting Bee
KENNEWICK VALLEY—Mrs. Al
- Aylward entertained a. quilting
group at the Chris Puderbaush
home recently. Mrs. Pearl Callaway
was an out-of-town guest.
Miss Irene Pace spent the week
end at Yakima visiting her mother.
Mrs. Marion Hanke of Snohomish
and Mr. and Mrs. Harley Ackles of
Marysville. who were called here by
the death of Mrs. Charlie Nicoson.
were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs.
J.H.Cole. Mrs.Hankwasagood
friend of the Coles in Indiana.
Eulope’s Fantastic “my
The Tyin-Amdal road in Norway.
often called the most fantastic high
wwyinEurooeraaneslongand
drops 3,500 teeth a series or forty
three hairpin bends.
The Clothier
EXCLUSIVE
We have made arrangements with a manufac
turer of, fine fur coats to display for pne .week
only -- October 5 to 11 -- a representatlve lme of
this season’s models in '
PINE FUR COATS
We invite your inspection of
these fine garments, made in a
variety of fur materials and in
a price range to suit every
wearer
We’ll be glad to notify or call
you at a specified time, if you’ll
tell us in advance.
THIS IS THE FINEST LINE OF FUR
COATS EVER SHOWN IN THIS CITY
Valley Families
Attend Yakima Fair
KENNEWICK VALLEY—Mr. and
Mrs. John Marsh. Mr. and Mrs.
Carl Hawk. Ronald Johns and
Roddy Thompson wene among those
of Ke-Va to attend the Yakima
Pair.
namld harsh returned to his
bonus in Neapelem Monday evening
“Mabel’s Not fooling me with that new up
Mabel isn’t trying to fool anybody. He 1‘ dl.
has a new belt and new buttons simply hm
the original and right ones were lost at the
cleaners.
That doesn’t happen here. We guard helm u.
tons and buckles as if they were precious M
Tomorrow, send us a garment t h at’ s m
Eritligadgets. We promise that you’ll get HI,
I ac ,
Phone 1241
A style and material to fit
every individuality and purse
-from the duck? little “Chub
bies” to the full-length mink.
KAT'I'Y KITTY sm.
IDEAL CLEANERS
“mm! o°th
after sex/eral a." ‘
Mr. and Mrs. Joan“ M
A. s. Bidgood “4:"
Santa 3am '
ests at t 011: M
1% week. M
Mr. and um,
callers at the Egg-1%.“
day.
Miss Delonu m
Whammy 13 Dr. “-.’.
Friday.
KENNEWICK

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