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H.H. Bowers Accompanies
Son to Portland, Oregon
WLBob "Bowers 01 {Port
land spent the week-end with his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Bowers.
fie lei-t Sunday for his home, accom
panied by his father, H. H. Bowers.
who will visit in Partland a. couple
0‘ Mkß. 3 ' 5 . .. -
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Davis and son,
Lyle of ‘Kennewic‘k were dinner
guests Chrisfihas day of_ ms. Davis’
parents. Mr. 'and Mrs. R. "Mentor
mdi’amily." ' '
Mr. and'Mrs'. Beryl 'Ash of Brem
erbon spent "the ‘ week-end at the
homes of Mr. 3110 Mrs; Gurner Ball
and Mr. and Mrs. Haward Ash. They
veturned t 9 Byemerton Sunday.
Mr. and .Mré.’ Herold mm and
children left; Wednesday for a week's
visit. in Seattle with relativw. '
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hill of Kenne
vick and Mr. and Mrs. Leo Glmer
of Pasoo visited Sunday at the Clint
Glassner home. ‘
Mr. and Mrs. John Hestor of
Thornton left Sunday 'for their
home. having visited the past week
with Mrs. Hestor’s parents, Mr. and
Mrs. J. H. Birdwell. They were all
dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wil
liam Nunn Christmas day.
Mr. and Mrs. MIC Cummings
and family of Wallula were visitors
Thursday of Mrs. Cummings' mo
ther, Mrs. Clara. McCarty.
Mr. and Mrs. J. (R. Ayers went‘
to Walla Walla Wednesday to spendl
the Christmas holidays with Mrs. E.‘
Y. flawley. They returned home on
Friday. ’. _ .
{Finley grange will meet Thurs
day. January 1. There will be a 6:30
potluck supper. Each lady is asked
to bring a‘ dish to pass, sandwiches
and dessert. A short business meet
ing will be held, after'which a so
cial evening will be enjoyed.
Mrs. Ichele and sons, Reuben and
Gideon of Yakima were dinner
guests Christmas day of Mr. and
Mrs. E. E. lichen.
Mr. and Mrs. Bud McCarty and
two daughters spent Christmas vaca—
tion with Mrs. MoGamty's relatives
in Starkey. Oregon.
Richard Schultz. who is in the
army in Kentucky, came home for
atwoweeks’vistt. Helet'tagain
Saturday tor Kentucky. »
Too Late to Classify
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quire at this office. "
FOR RENT—atrium morehn house.
(unlined or unfurnished. 24 North
mt. Kennewic‘k. Call 2806 after
4 pm. . 4°C
FOR BATE—Tim milk cows, high
mums miles south of Ken
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a‘c‘e, we otter one tree, Peony or
flowering shrub free for each ad
dress. State acreage. price wanted
for oil and. cash advance desired.
Bred P. Freeman, Richhnd. 4o—lc
mum—m near Finley on}
Christmas night, tour hogs, 1 bar-‘
m, 3 sows. about 150 pounds. Rte--
ward. IR. 8. Fredrick, Rt. 1, Kame-‘
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Rev. Frederick}; Schilling. PhD.
Sunday, January 4
9:00 am. church school.
10:00 am. divine worship, holy
communion with sex-moi).
Monday, January 5
7:30 pm. Meeting of the Bishop’s
committee.
Thursday, January 8
2:30 pm. Meeting of the Guild.
CHRISTIAN CHURCH
Corner Third and Washingmn
Stanley E. Thompson, Minister
Bible school at 9:45 3.31., Mrs.
Zola Reavis, superintendent.
Morning worship, I‘l a.m., swb.
ject, “What is the Kingdom 01
Heaven." First sermon in a kingdom
of Heaven series.
Evening sermon, 7:30 pan, swbject
“Entrance into the Kingdom of
Heaven."
Young peopr choir, special music,
all welcome.
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
‘ sTfin'fif‘n‘sfién7sa‘éfi"
10:30 Morning worship service.
Message from Genesis verse one.
“Beginnings.” Bible study in classes.
6:30 Jr. and Sr. B. Y. P. U. Young
people invited to these 11Ve serv
ices.
[7:30 Evening Gospel service. Old
songs and new choruses. “Old time
fighters.”
7:45 Monday evening service at
Wauula.
At. 6:30 Wednesday evening an
nual dhmer and business meeting of
the church. Members and friends
welcome. Reports from all branches
at the work and election of officers
for the new year.
Start the new year right by at—
tending some church Sunday. Ours
is open to you for worship.
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J. N. HOLT. Pastor
Sunday Bible school at 10 9.411..
Wm. Mills. superintendent.
Morning worship at I'l sum, sub
ject. “The Fem-1055 Career.”
N. Y. P. S. Juniors and Prayer
hour, 6:30 pm.
Evening Evangelistic Service at
7:30 pm., theme “The Marvelous
Path.” '
Midweek Prayer services, Kenne
wick, Wednwday ,7 :30 pan; Hover,
Thursday, 7 :30 pm.
Look d'or our winter revival which
will begin January 14th. D. C. and
Elizabeth Stout of Huston, Texas, as
Evmgellsts and the Kurds of Yaki
ma as musicians.
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P. J. Luna, Minister
Sunday school 10315 8.111;, Mrs. W.
F, Hanson, supermtendent.
Morning service at 11:15 9.411., ser
mon .topic, “The Slaughter of the
Innocents.”
The annual meeting of the Con
gregation will be held Tuxday eve
ning, January 13 at. 8 pm.
Spokane and Pasco
Guests at Hughes Home
'HOVER - Mrs. Clarene Thorpe!
and children and Walter Hughes 01' ‘
Spokane were here "to spend Christ--l
mas ‘holidays with their mother“
Mrs. Irene Hughes. Mr. and Mrs.‘
Joe Ely and family of Pasoo were
also home for Christmas day. Mrs.
Hughes motored the Spokane folks
back home, returning on Saturday.
Christmas dinner guests at the
Alvin Dye home were Mr. and Mrs.
Austin Schubert, Eddie Schubert
and Austin's brother from Portland.
Mr. and Mrs. William Wilson
spent the Christmas holidays with
-relatives at Walla Walla. '
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INC out the old! Ring in the new! There’s
R a warming of the heart as the New Year
dawns. Eat, drink and be merry! VVV/t
For your friendly patronage dur- Q?)
ing the past year we thank you
sincerely. It is the wish of every
member of this organization that
you may find 1942 filled with good [s‘
things . . . new horizons, greater $4
prosperity, and greater joy in liv- \ 4'?
ing. HAPPY NEW YEAR! /\ ,
Vicar
Allan Jones, Susanna Foster, Margaret Lindsay and Grace Brad
ley in a scene from “There's Magic In Music” playing at the Roxy on
Sunday and Monday.
Many College Students
Spend Christmas at Home
IN-BETW'EEN - Many college
young folks returned to their home
for the holidays, including John
Bennett, Byard Slocum of Cheney,
Bob and Wilbert Mills of Nampa,
Idaho; Barbara Perkins of Port-
Jand, Eldora. MoAlister of the Pasco
hospital, Charles Schmelzer of W.
5.0.
Mr. and Mrs. Howaa Ash enter
tained Sunday guests. They were
Mr. and Mrs. Beryl 'Ash of Silver
dale, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lucus and
family of Burbank, Mr. and Mrs.
0. T. Boehmer and family of Rich
land, Mrs. Wilbur Ash of Spokane
and Miss Alta. Butler of Richland.
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Smith and
family were Christmas dinner guests
of Mr. and Mrs. Dick Smith and
family.
Mr. and Mrs. Beryl Ash of Silver
dale visited the home of his par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Ash of
Finley to spend the Christmas hol
idays. They plan to return home
Sunday afternoon.
Thelma Ashby of Spokane came
home for the holiday. Her sister,
Shirley, plans to return to Spo
kane with her. '
Mr. and Mrs. Chet Schubert of
Portland, Oregon arrived at the
home of his brother, Mr. Austin
Schubert of Hover Christmas Eve to
spend the Christmas holidays.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Lucus enter
tained Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lucus
and family of Burbank and Mr. and
Mrs. Howard M and family of
Finley for Christmas dinner.
The FinleyJHover church held
their Christmas program Wednesday
night, December 24. Alter the pro
gram the Epworth league went out
Christmas carolins.
Byron Lampson Visits
Seattle This Week-End
KENNEWIGK VALIEY Byron
Lampson of Ream, 031., who is
staying with his mother, Mrs. Lottie
Lampsom, was in Seattle Friday and
Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Baker of
Yakima were with her parents. Mr.
and Mrs. mu Galloway recent
ly.
Mr. and Mrs. John Beam and
son 0 Wallula, Charley Sherlock and
Mrs. 'Bud French of Wishram, Ore
gon were Drapper home visitors on
Christmas.
Owen Jones was a Stmday din
ner guest of Mr. and Mrs. Ward
Rupp.
G. A. Rupp was a Christmas din
ner guest of the W. F. Altrogge fam
ily.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Long and
son attended the Christmas Eve
gathering of Mr. and Mrs. B. V.
Bishop’s children and families at
the Archie Bishop home. Mrs. B.
V. Bishop’s birthday was also
honored.
THE KENNEWICK, (WASH) COURIER-REPORTER
Guests From Portland
Visit the Cochran Home
HOVER— Mrs. Mary Wormnan,
daughter Ruth and son Billie, of
Amboy. accompanied Mr. and Mrs.
Rdbert McCoy of Portland here to
spend Christmas holidays at the
J. E. Cochran home. Mr. and Mrs.
McCoy motored on to Wenatchee.
Miss Thelma Ashby or Spokane
was home for four days over the
Christmas holidays. Her sister.
Shirley, returned to Spokane with
her on Sunday. 1
Lynn Mills, who is attending 00H
lege at Nampa, Idaho. came homel
for the holidays. I
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Evans were
guests on Christmas day with her
daughter, Mrs. Kieth lechelt and
family at Kennewick.
Mr. and Mrs. Grover minis and
family of East Kennewick were visit
ors at the Clem 'l'holman home on
Wednwday.
Miss Margaret McCoy of Pullman
was a guest at thg J. E. Cochran
home over Christmas.
Teachers Vacation at
Many Different Cities
FINLEY—The teachers of River
View schools, who spent their vaca
tions elsewhere were Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Benson, Tacoma, Seattle,
Sunnyside, Mr. and Mrs. W. Gray .to
Tacoma to visit Gray’s parents, Mr.
Mamcca and Miss Auman to the
coast, Mr. and Mrs. W. Wilson to
Prescott and Umapine, Mrs. Glenna
Nelson and daughter, Shirley Arm,
to Kennewick and Miss leah Kirk
patrick at Latah. They returned
Saturday and Sunday for the open
ing of schools Monday morning.
Fran-k Bens was a dinner guest at
the Frank Warner home in Pasco
Thursday.
C. C. Walk of Spokane and Miss
Marry Alice Walk of Yakima spent
Christmas with Mrs. Walk and
Claude. Mr. Walk remained here for
a few days and Claude accompanied
Miss Walk to Yakima to spend a
week visiting.
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Sanders and
family spent ten days visiting rela
tivese and friends in Wyoming.
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Paulson of
Seattle and Mr. and Mrs. Dan Kin
chloe and son, Dan, were visitors
Christmas Day at the home of Mr
and Mrs. Ernest Sherry. ‘
Mrs. (E. O. McAlister visited her
daughter Eldora at the Pasco hospi
-1 tal Monday.
‘ Mr. and Mrs. Roy Johnson and
daughter, Ruth Ann of Kennewick
were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Ernest Johnson Christmas day.
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Glassner of
Pasco were dinner guests Christ
mas of Mr. and Mrs. Clint Glassner.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Benson went
last week visiting relatives in
Sunnyside; Tacoma and Seattle.
They returned to their home Sat
urday.
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Out of Town Guests
at Richenbach home
FINLE'Y —— Joe Richenbm of
Loomis, Wash» Mrs. Julia Galloway
or Olympia. who is attending busi
ness college there. and Mrs. Owen
Whitt and two children of Billings.
Montana were dinner guests on
Christmas of Mr. and Mrs. E. A.
Richenback. Mrs. Whitt remained
for a longer visit. but the others
returned Sunday to their homes.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Milam and grand
daughter. Irvine. Mae spent the
week-end with relatives in Elgln.
Oregon. They returned home Sun
day.
John Bennett. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest
Sherry and son Donald and Miss
Virginia Dye were dinner guests on
Christmas day of Mr. and Mrs. Dan
Gerber and family.
Mr. and Mrs. John Beasley. who
have been visiting the past two
weeks with relatives in Redmond.
Oregon. returned home Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Grimshaw of
Walla Walla spent Christmas day
with Mr. and (Mrs. Jesse Grlmshaw
and family.
Miss Edith Winslow of Kennewick
and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Carratt and
daughter. Joan. were dinner guests
Tuesday of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse
Lande.
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Notman spent
Christmas day with relatives in
Pasoo.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Fredricks and
Mr. and Mrs. John Fredricks and
daughter were dinner guests Christ
mas day of Mr. and Mrs. B. Slocumb
and family.
Mrs. Clamne Tharp and three
children. Barbara. Billie and Judy.
and Walter Hughes of 800 nm and
Miss Iris Hughes of Kennewlck
spent Christmas with their mother.
Mrs. Irene Hughes. Mrs. Hughes tack
them back to Spokane Friday, re
turning home Saturday.
Hamptons Spend Holiday
In Spokane With Friends
ROVER—Mr. and Mrs. H. N.
Hampton and son Bobbie accompan
ied by his mother. Mrs. Lulu Gels:-
ler, motored to Spokane to spend
Christmas with the Joe Olson fam
ily. They returned home on Sat
urday.
Mr. and Mrs. Prank Montague
and children were dinner guests
Christmas day at the R. Bouder
home in Kennewlck.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Saunders and
family of Kennewick were guests at
the Clem Tholman home Sunday of
last week.
Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Ashby of Bon
neville, Omgon and sons. W
and Duane of Kennewiek were din
nerguestsattheCarlEvanshome
Christmas eve.
Mr. and Mrs. Claret 3e Henry and
tam-ily of Seaside. Oregon arrived
Christmas evening to spend the
holidays with her father. 0. J.
Dahlin and (way.
Mr. Wilfred Tholman and son.
Bryce'ofPllotz‘Rockvisitedaneday
last week with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Clem Tholman.
Guests From Illinois
on Way to California
DOCUBT GROVE-Cari Smith of 3
St.louis,Mmsavisitorat
the Henry Smith and Hans Smith:
families of Prosser. He is on his
waytoCaliforniatostart workin—
a. government airplane factory. This
community wishes him success in
his work. ‘
Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Bechtel were
visitors at the Root home. 1
Roy Kratzer and Lyle Bunnie-g
link were business visitors in Pome
roy Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Edwards visit
ed at the Al Luth home in Kenne
wick Thursday.
Locust Grove grunge will not
meet Saturday, January 3..
Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Edwards and
Mr. and Mrs. Kass Campbell were
dinner guests at the J. C. Pratt
home.
Juvenile Grange Meets
For Business and Party
IN-BETWEEN - Finley Juvenile
grange met on the 18th for a meet
ing and party. There were 18 mem
bers present. The meeting was a
combined Christmas and birthday
party for the members. whose birth
days come the first six months at!
the year. Dwayne Ash and Russell
Sellers. who are graduating into the
subordinate grange. were also honor
guests. The graduation exercises
were put on by the Juvenile grange
officers.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam P'oraker and
son, Dick. left Wednesday morning
for the home of their daughter and
her husband. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur
Ash in Spokane. They plan to re
turn home Friday. their daughter.
Mrs. Wilbur Ash accompanying
them.
Mr. and Mrs. Pearl Durham oi
Connell were Christmas callers of
Mr. and Mrs. M. G. Ball.
River View school held their an
nual Christmas program at the
Finley grange hail Friday night.
December 19.
Epworth League was held at Ho
ver with Mr. Johnny Nurm as lead
er. There were 21 present.
Nina Ashby was elected vice
pnesident to fill out the term at
Shirley Ashby, who is leaving.
Spokane Friends Stop
On Way to Boise
ROVER—Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence
Dimick and sons. Billie and Donal.
m over night guests at the Carl
Evans home Monday. They were en
rouce from Spokane to their home
at Boise. Idaho.
Miss Dorothy Aunm mun-Ind
Sunday from Port Angles. when
she spent Christmas vacation with
relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. George Mntyre
and baby of Portland. Oregon spent
Christmas evening with the A. 8.
Mclntyre family.
Mrs. Kieth Day and childnen at
Kennewlok wane dinner cueste on
Christmas eve at the m Monte...
cue home.
Mr. and Mrs. Clem 'l‘holmen were
Sunday dinner guests at the I". M.
McClure home in Kennewick.
ENDS SATURDAY
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Guests Enjoy Dinner
at Simmelink Home
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Jack Dennis. Mr. and Mrs, Roy
Bowers and Roy Larkln and 01cm.
Nelson were Thursday dinner M
at the Lyle Simmelmx home,
Mm Mildred Reese was name M
the coast over the holidays.
Mr. and Mrs. R. K. 3311'“
drove to Wampum Friday and brow
back Mrs. Tom Utz for a few 4“"
visit.
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Smith M
Friday dinner guests at the Roy
Buford home in Kexmowick.
Mr. and Mm. Mark Potter d
Walla Walla were guests at tb
Root home'.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Smith '6l!
Presser visitors Thursday at the
home or Mrs. Hans Smith.
Mr. and Mrs. Art Nicoson ...
Yakima visitors Monday.
Red Cross Emergency
Workers Appointed
FINL‘EY—Red Cross anemone,
workers for this community are Mu
J. R. Ayers. chairman. and Mn
Harry Hampton and Mrs. Minnie
Ashby and A. 8. Mclntyre of Ram
and was Mane Gerards. chum-n,
and Mrs. Ben Schmuskopt and J,
3. Growing of Haley.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry tensor: m
visitors Sunday at the E. Shem
home.
ißev. Bennett. who has been con.
fined to his bed with pneumonh
the past week is improving.
Students home for the Christ.
mas holidays .from the diffemu
schools are Miss Barbara Perkins a
Salem, Charles Bchmelzer nu
Pullman. Byard Slocumb and Join
Bennett from Gleney and Lynn m
Wllbun mm; from Nunpa.
(Bil) Vollend of Spokane and m.
and Mll7. M. Gardner and In
Eudora Johnson were dinner cum
Christmas day of Mr. and In
M Vollend.
Bob Perkins Jr. of Seattle Ind In.
and Mrs. George Purdy and dumb
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