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Ballowe’en Party After
Wapatd Football Game
'KEN'N-EWICK VALLEY - Miss
mu Johns entertained a group
of Iriends with a. Halloween party
My night. . The party was held
after the KenneWick-Wapato toot
bun game.
111'. and Mrs; Earl Ferrel were
guests ‘at the .A'; L. Reavis home
Way evening; '
3111 Blair" and son Merele ‘of
Horse Heaven were Sunday eve
nlm "guests at !the Ray Schmelzer
bane.
Mr. and Mrs. mu Hurt of Wall
owa.‘ "Ore" were“ overnight guests at
the A. L. Reavis home Monday.
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NOTICE!
BEGINNING NOVEMBER 10th Kennewick &
Pasco Stores Will Observe the " Following
STORE HOURS
All Grocery and Hardwares
Monday Thru Friday
8:00 am. to 5:30 p.m.
WASHINGTON HDWE.
NEUMAN’S HDWE. -
MCDONALD’S GROCERY
KENNEWICK MARKET
NEUMAN’S GROCERY
KENNEWICK BAKERY
BESTE.’S GROCERY
Dry Goods, Variety and
. Specialty Shops
Monday Thru Friday Saturday
9:00 am. to 5 :30 p.m. 9:00 am. to 6:30 p.m.
J. C. PENNEY COMPANY WASHBURN’S VARIETY
LADY LURE THE CLOTHIER
E. H. BEHRMAN
Twin City Retail Merchants Council
Le' Amies Pinochle Club
Have Turkey Feed
HII6HLANDS The Les Amos
Pinochle club will advance the meet
ing one day Irom the 19th to- the
18th because of the 19th being the
day before Thanksgiving. The meet
ing will be held at the home of Mrs.
Frank Lampson. The 10th anni
versary of the club will be celebated
at this time with a turkey pot
luck dinner at noon. Only, four
of the original members are still
:with the club: Mrs. June Mayer,
Mrs. Adalene McLane. Mrs. Bessie
Dennett and Mrs. Emma. Giles.
Bruce Lampson is recovering fol
lowing a week on crutches due to
cutting his ankle to the bone with a.
corn knife.
Duck Dinner Served
to Friends Friday Night
RICHLAND— Mr. and Mrs. Har
old O’Conner and children were din
ner guests Friday night. at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Earle Jones‘.
A duck dinner was served by thel
hostess. I
Mr. and Mrs. Walter McCamish‘
and children of Bremerton are ex
pected to arrived this week to spend
a week visiting at the home of Mrs.‘
McCamish’s parents, Mr. and Mrs.
John Dam.
Mr. and Mrs. Francis Wetherell
moved Wednesday to the Chellis
farmwhich they have. rented. Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Williams Kare mov
ing on to the Webherell’ farm va
cated by Mr. and Mrs. Francis Wee
therell. ' . .
Mr. and Mrs. LeMar Oldrich and
children and Mr. and -‘ Mrs. Cecil
Scott a! 'Walla Walla visited Sunday
at the home '-of Mr. and Mrs. Fran
cis Wemerell.
Mrs. Earle Jones and Mrs. 'John
Dam entertained the Lyric club on
Thursday evening at the Jones resi
’ Mr. and Mrs: Earle McClendon of
Echo, Ore., sepenst the week end
ivisi-u'ng at the home of Mrs. M. Mc
'Clendon in Richland- ,
. Charlie [Berkhar-t of Seattle spent
{llse week end at the John Weidle
me. .
Mrs. J chanson Returns
From PaSco Hospital
BENTON CITY—Mrs. Robert .10-1
hanson returned Saturday from the
Pasco hospital, where she was a‘
medical patient :two , days. Jo Ann
Johanson stayed at the Harry Flem
ing Ihome, while her mother was in
the hospital; "
Mr. and Mrs. Sid Blakley and
daughter, Jeanne, left Friday eve
ning for their home. at Bremerton
after visiting since Wednesday with
l'Blakley’s parents, Mr; and Mrs.
Charles Blakley in Kiona.
Mia’s 'Anne Gossett returned on
Monday from a week-end visit in
Spokane and Wilbur.
Saturday
8 :00 am. to 6:30 p.m.
CITY MARKET
SAFEWAY STORES
WESTERN AUTO SUPPLY
DUROCHER’S FURNITURE
L. H. RAYMOND
FARMER’S EXCHANGE
H-ULET’S GROCERY
Signed:
Mrs. Mcßee Guest of |
Honor at Two Parties , _
WESTERN HORSE HEAVEN—
Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Mcßee enter
tained Thursday evening at a birth
day dinner for Mrs. E. H. Mcßee;
Guests present were Mrs. E. J.
Christian and Mrs. John Christiani
of Sunnyside, vMiss Anne ~Mdßee of 1
Seattle, Mrs. Ellis Dorothy from Te
koa. and Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Mc-y-
Bee. Afiter dinner the party accom
-Ipa.nied Mrs. .Moßee to her home,
i where a group of about fifty friends
were gathered to surprise her with
birthday gifts and birthday wishes.
After inspection of the lovely gifts,
refreshments of orange ice. angel
food cake and coffee were enjoyed.
Mr. and ’_Mrs. Hugh Bell and
daughter, Janet and -Art Bell, re
turned last week from a month’s
visit in the east.
Soap Lake Treatments
Prove Satisfactory
KENNEWIGK VALLEY—Mr. and
Mrs. J. H. Sohurr now of Soap
Lake called at the C. G. Campbell
home Saturday. They are much im
proved in health from their treat
ments there.
Mrs. O. E. Sandyburg is still suf
ferring from a series of heart at
tacks. .
Brantley «Elliott entertained six
:friends at a Hallowe’en party last
Friday.
Mrs. W. R. Elliott entertained the
Ladies Baptist Circle at her home
Thursday. ‘
Returns After Three
Months’ Trip in East
BENTON CITY—Mr. and Mrs. J.
Burliss of Kiona returned last week
from a, three month’s trip to New
York City, Boston. “Mass; Detroit,
Michigan; Columbus and Spring
field, Ohio. .
Mr. and Mrs. Rwy Brand of Ren
ton were last Wednesday guests of
Brand’s cousin, Mrs. Roy Henson.
The visitors were enroute home
from a trip to Spokane.
A. F. Johnson was in Yakima Fri
day to attend a. meeting or the
Washington State Beekeeper’s as
sociation. .
Hover High School
Presents Play Friday.
HOVER— Senior class of River-l
view high school will present their
play, “The Harvest Queen)“ at the
high school Friday evening, Novem
ber Ith at 8:00 o’clock.
Intermission numbers will be pre
sented by the high school orchestra,
girls glee club and a piano solo by
Eugene Maxuca.
Miss Louise Glinw and Miss Shir
ley Ashby were dinner guests oz
Mrs; Minnie Ashby Sunday eve
ining.
TEE KENNEWICK, SWASH.) COURIER-mm
Is it necessary to _be a high
1 school graduate in order to en
? list in the Navy? ' '
No. Navy enlistees need not be
high school graduates. All appli
cants will be given an examina
‘ tion containing approximately 100
questions. A grade of 50 per cent
or better on this examination is
sufliciently high to pass the Navy
educational standards. However,
I a high school education will be
valuable to the seaman during his
Navy enlistment.
O O 0
If] enlist in the Navy orNaval
Reserve, will I be sent to a
Navy Trade School?
All new recruits are sent to one of
four Naval Training Stations and
after a training period they may
take examinations for entrance
into Navy Trade Schools. Those
recruits who pass their examina
tions with suiliciently high grades
are sent to Navy Trade Schools
before assignment to the fleet.
While attending these schools,
they will receive regular Navy
pay and free schooling valued at
31500.
O O 0
What is the greatest possible
pay I can expect to earn during
my first term of enlistment?
It is possible to earn as much as
,To Be Employed by
Transportation Company
ROVER—Victor McGuire ramm
ed to work Monday for Tidewater
Transportation Company at Wallula
having worked the past ,two months
at. the Carl Deffenbaugh ranch.
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Toothaker of
Kennewick were Hover visitors on
Thursday. “ 1 .
Guy Nelson is working as sticker
at the killing plant in the Pasco
Growers building at Kennewlck.
Several from 'here are working as
Dinners.
Too Late to Classify
FOR. SALE—Sheep. mixed 1W:IL 3
hogs, ready to fax-row. W. L. For
aker, 30mm Highlands, Telephone
2.078. . = 32“
MAY NURSERY GO. sells only the
.best trees, shrubs and roses. Plant
some shrubs now. See H. Krack. 14
E Third Ave" Kennewick. ‘
more SALE—One fifty-toot 10" ii
Olmsted Addition, in good resi
dential district. Water. sewer and
«nation in. Floyd Hutchins. .
CARD 0!“ THANKS
Wewishmthankaufrimdsand
relatives for their kindness during
our bereavement.
Mr. and Mrs. Austin Shuhert.
METHODIST
Robert 1.. Mon. Minister
Sunday school at 10 o’clock.
Morning wbrsMp, I‘l :05 o’clock.
Sermon, “The Price of Peace."
Epwonth League at 6:30 o’clock
All whom to worst“? With “5
are most cordially welcome at all
mese services.
ms'r ENGLISH LUTHERAN
Second and Auburn streets
I’. J. lungs. Minister
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Sunday school at 10:15 am., Mrs.
W.- 1”. Hanson, superintendent. -
Morning service, 11:15 am.
toollmml nation class Saturday am‘
a 0.
Notice 0! finalisation 0! Assess
ment Roll of Columbia. Irrigation
District '
Notice is hereby given that the sec
retary at the Cohmbia. Irrigation
District has delivered his completed
eminent roll to the board of di
rectors of the Columbia Irrigation
Dism'iot. where it is now oniile. No
.tioeisnn'thergiventhatthenoard
of Directors will meet as a board
of equalization at two pm. on Sat
urday, the twenty-ninth day of No
vember, 1941, at their office at 10
Kennewick Avenue, Kennewick.
Washington, :for the purpose of
equalizing said assessment roll, at
which time the board will hear and
determine such objections as may
come before them. The board will
continue in Mon from day to day
as may be necessary for a period of
ten d 835, exclusive of Sundays.
Given by order of the Board this sth
day at November, 1941.
11:6-13 FRANK MAUPIN. Secy.
Notice of finalisation of Assess
ment Roll of Kennewlck Irrlptlon
District, Including W hood
Improvement District No. 2, Olm
sted Addition
Notice is hereby given that the
secretary of the 'Kennewick Irri
gation District, including Local Im
provement District No. 2. Olmsted
Addition. has delivered his com
pleted easement roll, to the board
or directors of the Kennewick Irri
gation District, where it is now on
me. Notice is further given that
theboardofdirectm-swillmeetas
aboardotequalimtionat2pm.on
Tumday, the 2nd day of December.
1941. at their office rooms in Gas
eoue & nye’s for the purpose of
equalizing said assesment roll, at
which (time and place the board will
hear and determine such objections
as may come before them. The
board will continue in sermon from
daytodayasmaybenemary for‘
a period of ten days exclusive of
Sundays. Given by order of the
«hoardofdixectotnfiiissthdayor
, November, 1941.
11:6-13 E. J. BRAND, Sec.
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“ “AVY $2 I
JNTELL‘GEuc:
8120 I nonth by the end of you
first tern of enlistment. and re
member that your clothing. lodg
lng, medical and dental an no
all supplied me. -
After I have unwed uty term of
enlistment, what benefits do I
get for rc-onlistmt.’
Depending on your rate and
length of urvice. you can get n
can]: bonus up to SBOO plus 30 days
leave with pay.
What does the term “ash can”
mean in the N aw?
An “ssh can” is s slang term ap
plied to the depth charge used to
combat submarines. The average
“ash can” is a container filled
with approximately 300 pounds of
'l'.N.'l‘. and can he dropped over
board from a ship and so con
trolled as to explode at depths
ranging from 36 to 300 feet. These
are generally carried by the fast
ships in the fleet, as a host drop
ping a charge regulated to ex
plode at 70 feet depth must move
away from the explosion area at a
speed of 25 knots or more. These
“ash cans" are either rolled ol
the stern or shot from ‘y-gans“
which hurl one right and one left
simultaneously.
Returns to Valley
After California Trip
KENNEWICK VALLEY Mrs.
1m 0. Lampsou returned by
train to her home last Saturday.
She has spent the past month in
Los Angeles and other points in
California.
Mr. and Mrs. Ward Rupp spent
the week end in CleElum with his
brother, Boyd Rupp.
Mr. and Mrs._yValter Newton of
Dayton were sunday guests at the‘
H. H. and a. C. Defiaven homes“
Mrs. Ora Dickenson was a, week
end guest at the John Dickenson
Mrs. Terrance Taylor was an .11-
day gum Friday of Mrs. (hark
Taylor.
Terrance and Bob Taylor spent
:trom Friday until Sunday at Boise,
Idaho.
L Mr.a.ndm.J.l.HillwereWaua
visitors Monday.
G. A.Ruppisspendinzaweek
in Walla Walla with his son Bob
and family.
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Halowe’en Party Given
To Celebrate Birthday
WWW banquet hall
of Mayer’s Arrow Grill was the scene
of a merry throng last Thursday
night. he occasion was a Hallo
‘we'en masquerade in honor of Don
na Mae Mayer's thirteenth birthday.
‘Twenty-two boys and girls from the
seventh and eighth grades were the
guests. The hall was decorated with
Hallaowe’en motifs and autumn
flowers. The evening was filled with
spooky thrills and the playing of
games. Prim for the best cost
umes went to Daphne Taylor who
came dressed as a gypsy and to
Lloyd Miller who passed as a dainty
Japanese girl. Refreshments were
served from a long table which had
centerpieces of imitation comebacks
surrounded by arm pumpkins
that turned out to be (avers for
the guests.
Ted Watkins of Umapine spent
the week end with his family on the
West Highlands.
Mr. and Mrs. Percy Erickson are
the proud parents of a daughter
born last Tuesday. October 20th at
- the Pasco hospital. The young lady
lwelghted seven pounds and 10 oz.
‘and has been named Dixie Kath
leen.
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