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The Kennewick courier-reporter. [volume] (Kennewick, Wash.) 1939-1949, December 25, 1941, Image 4

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RespOnse to R .C.
Drive Considered
Satisfactory
Hover precinct 'tops
with SB4; total will
be SISOO or more
Residents in this end of Benton
county .eertainly did themselves
proud on their contributions to the
Red Cross War Relief drive this
week end. Chairman Howard Mc-
Ghee reports that $1426.50 has been
collected up to five o’clock this eve
ning with several more collectors yet
to hear from. He is confident that
the total will be SISOO or more. Re
ports from other parts of the coun
ty have not yet been received.
One of the best showings to come
to light so far is from the Hover
precinct which reported a collection
of SB4. This may not be a record
(or the number of people solicited,
g THE MIRHLESEHfiIgTMAS 2f
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a The same kind of a Christmas we knew when a
g we were boys and girls, when bob—sleds
g plodded merrily over country roads and the a
brooding peace of Yuletide dwelt everywhere 2
g In the hearts of men. a
. . . that is the kind of an old-fashioned a
g Christmas we are wishing you now.
g ' And with our wish may. we extend a word Q
~ of thanks and appreciation for your contin- g
g ued friendship and patronage. 3
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NEW YEAR’S EVE MIDNIGHT SHOW
but it willberight amongthe high
ones.
Anyone who has been Inked or
who cam ’OO, may leave contribu
tions at the printing office. . '
Highlands Boy Enlists
at San Diego, California
HIGHLANDS - Vern Soper of
Bremerton visited his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Hubert Soper last week, be
fore leaving to enlist in the service
at San Diego, Calirfornia.
Mr. and Mrs. Al Knight and son
Billy of Kent, Washington will ar-,
rive Wednesday to visit their par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Knight and
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Perkins.
W. ‘S. Green, .acoompanaed a
group of Masons to Grandview on
Monday evening, where they at
tended Masonic lodge installation
of officers.
Elizabeth Story of Whitman is
home to spend the holidays with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Story.
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Lions, Play the
Heppner Quintet
Flme‘Liom will try their luck again !
next Monday night when they meet
the strong Heppner high school'
squad. The Heppner team boasts an -
extremely good record at the pres
ent With wins over Hex-miston and
{Pendleton quartets, as well as otherl
victories. -
On Friday night of next week,
January 2 the Lions journey to Zil
lah to play the strongest “B” team
in the entire Yakima Valley. Ken
newick defeated Zillah in the first
game this year. However Zilla-h left
three regulars at home because of
training difficulties. The Lions are
expecting plenty of tough compe
tition, following their Christmas va
caton. League play resumes on Jan
uary 9 with Surmyside here.
Byron Lampson Home
For the Holiday Season
KENNEWICK VALLEY Byron
Lampson of Redding, California is
‘expected to spend Christmas with
'his mother, Mrs. Lottie Lampson.
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Chapman
of Cle Elum are making an unde
termined visit at the Bert Parkins
home. They arrived Monday.
Mrs. Ward Rupp attended the Po
mona grange at Kiona-Benton on
Wednesday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. John Dickinson and
family took dinner at the Kessler
Campbell home in Horse Heaven on‘
Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Hack and fam
ily motored to Walla Walla Sun
day to visit her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Dan Beagle and sister. Mrs.
Filmore Ocker.
Miss Marguerite Schreiner of
of Portland will be a holiday guest
at the Carl Elliott home.
Finley Residents Attend
Missionary Meeting
MEY—Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Montague and children were din
ner guests at the B. Garner home
Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs: Charles Mills, Mrs.
Wm. Mills, Miss Dorothy Dahlin
and Mrs. Frank Montague attended
a missionary meeting at the Naz
arene Church last Monday.
The Christmas program will be
held in the Methodist church on
Christmas eve, December 24.
The Nazarene Christmas program
will be held in the Nazarene church
Tuesday evening, December 23.
Out-of-Town Guests at
the N. E. Robbins Home
Mr. and Mrs. N. E. RoUbins will
entertain as house guests, during
the Christmas holidays, Mr. Rob
'bins’ brother. F. M. Robbins and
family of Puyallup.
Mrs. N. E. Robbins entertained
Pasco guests at one of a series or
parties at her home on the High
lands last Wednesday evening. Eight
tables of bridge were in play.
Richard St. Laurent, accompan
ied Iby his sister, Miss Lucille, ar
rived home Saturday from Brem
erton to spend Christmas with
home folks. Their brother, Henry,
expects to arrive Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Birdsall and son,
Jackie, will arrive Wednesday from
Brementon to spend Christmas with
Mrs Birdsall’s parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Forrest Gregg and'tamily
Clifford Lewis is ill of the “flu” at
the home or his parents. Mr. and
Mrs. Nelson Lewis this week.
[Lloyd Neilson of Lind, will arrive
Sunday to spend Christmas with his.
wife and family on the South
Highlands. ‘ 1
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the Season in which we like to a
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a had serving you throughout the
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Large (3de Enjoyed
Special Band Monday
-HIIGI-H..ANDS—The W3O. Boost
er dance-was held at the. Highland
Clubhouse Monday evening with a
large crowd in attendance. Music
was furnished by Ed Eagemu and
his college hand, with novelty num
bers, college and fraternity songs.
Mr. and Mrs. Murray Brown and
[family of Yakima will spend the
Christmas holidays with Mrs.
Brown’s mother, :Mrs. Bertha Sim
sen.
IMrs. Bertha Simsen had word on
Monday from her daughter, Mrs.
Olive Hayward, who teaches school
in Seattle, that she would arrive on
Tuesday to spend Christmas with
her.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Pasche and
family were Sunday dinner guests of
Mrs. Pasche’s parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Fred Smeltzer. The Smeltzers have
recently moved into Kennewick from
Finley to make their home.
Young Man Expected
Home for the Holidays
WWW—Warren Giles, who
suffered a broken leg in a car ac
cident a couple weeks ago near Ta
coma, writes his mother, Mrs. Fred
Giles, that he expected to leave the
Tacoma hospital on crutches last
Sunday and that he would be home
the first of this week to spend
Christmas with the family.
Mrs. Terrance Taylor attended a
birthday dinner .party at the R. 8.
Reed home Sunday, honoring Miss
Margaret ' on her birthday anni
versary. 7 _ _ l
D. E. Taylor and son, Terrance,
returned home last Friday, after
spending a couple days in Spokane.
Mr. and Mrs. Calude Taylor and
children, who have made an ex
tended visit with her parents. Mr.
and Mrs. C. H. Meyer, left Sunday
to join her husband. who is a shoe
repairer at Fort Lewis. They will
make their home in Olympia.
Mrs. Woods Returns
From California Trip
I meANDs—Mrs. R. w. Woods
returned home Saturday from San
Francisco, where she attended a
three-day dressmaker's and tailor's
institute and also spent some time
visiting relatives. She reports that
families are leaving their nice coun
try homes to go the the city. where
high wages exists in shipyards, etc.
However, the high rent and exhorb
itant price of living, with ham pric
ed at $1 per pound requires high
wages to live.
Mr. and Mrs. 'Broodaeck and fam
.ily who came from Nebraska about
a year ago and hue been living on
I the Huff place on the W Highlands,
moved last week to a place near
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many nice onus that will come to
you. Greetings!
J. C. Pratt Garage
Phillip Foraker Home
After Operation in W. W.
mesANDs Phillip Forster.
who came from WB9. last week to
Walla Walla, where he had a sinus
opera-tion in the Walla Walla hos
pital, returned to the home of his
parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Maker
on the South Highlands Sunday. He
is recovering nicely.
Terrance Taylor and father. D. E.
Taylor, were Hemiston business
visitors Friday.
Forrest Gregg of Toppenish was a
visitor at his home a couple days
last week.
Mrs. Buster Craig and daughter.
left last Saturday for her home in
Mon-ill. Nebraska. after spending a
month with her parents. Mr. and
Mrs. Pete Hacker and family.
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cow; gas washing machine; num
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Fox, Highlands. ‘
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sow and bicycle. W. 8. Johns. one
mile south on Washington St.. phone
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