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The Kennewick courier-reporter. [volume] (Kennewick, Wash.) 1939-1949, April 30, 1942, Image 6

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menowick High School’s Senior Class of 1942 Largest in. Histoj:
Mrs. George Lea Returns
To Her Home in Seattle
FINL’EY—Mrs. George Lee, who
has spent the past few weeks with
h: 1‘ daughter and family. Mr. and
Mrs. Tom Carratt, expects to leave
th ’5 week for her home in Seattle.
firs. :Arthur 'l‘empleton and Gene
Tswalt of Portland were overnight
guests at the E. Sherry home Sat-
urday night. other visitors Satur
day night were Betty Kinchloe and
‘3 Eager Brewer of The Dalles, Ore
gon, Mr. and Mrs. «Fred Falque and
Wilda Nickel.
Miss Violet Carter was operated
on at the Pasoo hospital Friday for
appendicitis. She is getting along
nicely. . , ~
Mr. and Mrs. William Wilson were
Pasco visitors Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Willard Gray and
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Piert and chil
dren were visitors Friday at the E.
Sherry home.
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Home Benefit Club to
Enjoy Picnic May lst
1 HOVER_—Women’s Home Benefit
Iclub members and families remem
‘sber the picnic at the high school
grounds on May lst. Eat at six
o'clock. Don’t Jot-get your, dishes
and silver. , ’ ‘
Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Dye and fam
ily were guests at the Russell Blair
home in Horse (Heaven Sunday.
Guy Nelson-received. 900 tin-keys
last Saturday. , ‘
Dinner guests at the C; L. Evans
home Sunday were: Mrs. Nettie
Templeton, Mukey and Jane Tewalt
of Portland, Ore, Mr. and Mrs.
Kieth Lechelt and family of Kenne
wick. , '
Mrs. George Mclntyre and infant
son visited last week at thg A. S.
Mclntyre home. ’
Mr. and Mrs. lAaron Gilmore have
purchased the old Powell place and
moved in the ifirst of the week.
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HE AWARD ASSEMBLY was held at the local high
school Wednesday and Thursday afternoons. The follow
. ing students received awards. Mr. Coates gave the names
of the outstanding Seniors chosen this year who were:
Arthur lEvett. Betty Lynn, oHal Keene, Margaret Smith, George
Reymore and Irma Pratt. Their names will be inscribed on the
Courier-Reporter’s permanent honor plaoque which hangs in
the high school. The ‘five highest academically are Arthur
Evett, Betty Lynn, Margaret Smith, Mildred Knape and Eunice
The girls who received retiring Pep Club emblems were: Ethel
Ann Campbell, Eunice Campbell, Yvonne Davis, Julia Duroch
er, Viola Hillier, Mary Jones, Carolyn Kauth, Theo Lampson,
Margaret ISmith, Opal Watkins, Jean Dillon, Verdine Foraker,
Irma Pratt, Vivian Rayhill, Betty Lynn and Jerry Shaughnessy.
.The boys who received letters for football were: Brownell,
Hamuby, Mueller, Smith, Ganber, Campbell, Poore, Boyd, Lewis,
Bishop, Moore, Raymond. Persinger, Jones, Lewis, Ray, Kirk,
Staley, Reymore, Schwartz, Amanand Simsen. Bob O'lNiel also
earned a letter, but he is now serving in the armed forces. Sid
Bmwnell was honorary captain and Bob Mason was the man
The cheerleaders who received letters were David Wright,
Arlene Aman and Rebecca Lisbon. The majorettes were
Florence DulSair, Jerry Shaughnessy and Bonnie Mcßeynolds.
The boy receiving a letter for softball and no other athletics
was Ralph Miller. The boys receiving letters for basketball
were: Happy, Brownell, Smith, Kirk, Evett, Better, Aman, Jones
and Hayes; Managers were Belter, Campbell and Lampson.
A Buster Faulds memorial placque will be plabed in the
hall. iArthur Evett and Calvin Liebel will ’have their names
engraved on the memorial for this year.
The girls who received letters for athletics were Theo Lamp
son, Yvonne Davis, Edith Keller, Veva Gilbert, Dorene Higley
and Jean Strickler.
Band letters were given to Bob Neuman. Dick Foraker, Mer
lin Giles. Betty Lynn, Ethel Ann Campbell, Carolyn Kauth.
Kenny :Poore, Joan Carpenter, Kenneth Harper, Norman Bob--
bins. Howard Simons. Patsy Sonnenburg, Freddy Thompson,
From Boyd, Margaret Gerber, Bonnie Mcßeynolds. Sid Brownell.
Four boys received REA. letters for livestock judging. They
Broken Arm Caused By
Fall In Playing
FEIINIEY—ErvIna Mae Lynch tell
while playing at school Friday after
noon breaking her am just below
the elbow. lHer mother, Mrs. Roy
Kennedy of Elgin, came early Sat
urday to help care for her. Ervina
Mae makes her home with her
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Mllam
1n Finley.
Mrs. Slocumb of San Francis Col
came laSt week for an indefinite
visit with her son and funny, Mrs.
and Mrs. Bernard Slocumb.
Miss Louise Glines is staying at?
the Shorty Erickson home during
the grass season. i
Harry Benson was a business visit-i
or in Benton City Sunday. ‘ ;
Mrs. William Neamnts and Mrs.
George Lape of Pasco visited Mrs.
Arlie Glassner at the Clint Glass
ner home Tuesday. They are moth
er and sister of Mrs. Glassner.
“Mrs. Clifford Nickel spent the
week end at Walker Pitt. Wilda
and Clififord Jr., Nigkel stayed with
their grand parents, Mr‘.‘ and Mrs.
Fred Falque in their mother’s alb
Bobert Mills, Doing
Defense Work in Pisco
ImVEß—Roberts Minis came on
Tuesday from Nampa, Idaho, where
he has been attending college. He
is living in Kennewick and is em
ployed on defense work in Pasco.
Mrs. Roy Bartholomew and Pat
ty came from Seattle to attend com
mencement exercises of her daugh
ter Donna. They expect to return
to Seattle Thursday where Donna
will enter business school. A
Miss [Alice Mclntyre mt tip the
Defienbaugh ranch Wedmday to
assist Mrs. Deffenbaugh with her
work this summer.
Mrs. B. B. Stewart left Sunday for
a few weeks’ visit with her son, Har
low Stewart and family at Wendling,
Oregon. ‘
Mrs. 'J. E. Cochran entertained
Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Mclntyre and
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Evans at dinner
Wednesday. -
Miss Dorothy Aumann left Wed
nesday for her home at IPort; An
geles. ’
Birthdays Celebrated, at
H. H. Grange Meeting
Western Horse Heaven— Grange
celebrated the birthdays of members
occurring during the last quarter at
their meeting last week. The next
party will be held in June. Aprons
will be judged and prizes of defense
stamps will .be given at the regular
session May lst. A large class of
candidates is expected to. be initi
ated soon. ,
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Mrs. Bartholoméw Goes
To Daughter’s Graduation
WY—Mrs. Roy Bartholomew
and daughter come Saturday to visit
relatives and to attend the gradua
tion at her daughter, Donna from
the River View high school. They
all left Wednesday for their home
in Seattle.
.W. W. Rice was a haeakfast guest
Wednesday at‘the home or Mr. and
Mrs. Bill Piert. ' '
Mr. and Mrs. Robert. Grimshaw of
Seattle spent: the week-end with
{Robert's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse
IGrimshaw. They returned to Seat.
'tle Sunday.
} Marvin Kerr, and his Mother-in
.law, er. Nelson of Portland spent
the week-end visiting with Mr. and
Mrs. Harvey Kerr and family.
Attends Cousin’s Funeral
At Lewiston Last Week
Mrs. Guerner Ball and Mr. and
Mrs. Roy McCahnant were called to
'Lewiston, Idaho Saturday to at
tend the funeral of their cousin.
They returned Sunday to their
Miss Betty Kinchloe and Roger
Brewer of The Dallas, Oregon were
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were Belter. Johns. Reymone and Forster. Tum-bboys received
letters for potato judging. They were Schwartz. illingsley and
Simons. Theo Lampson and Harold Luvaas received awards
for singing. Three students received awards for being on the
debate beam, namely, 'Hal Km George Reymore. Doris Lewis.
Margaret Smith was chosen by the faculty and committee
ofsenior classasthegirltozeceive theDaughtersoi’theAm
erican Revolution pin award. The American Legion Auxiliary
presented the school w’ith a flag which will be keptin the hall
nextfall. Onthisflagwillbeplacedstam withthenamesot
boys in the service primedpn them who have been connected
with the school. Several stars- have been placed on the flag al
ready.Amoug theseisagoldstarlnthememoryof'l‘ommy
Hembree, the first casualty.
In addition to the pupils in the graduating class pictured
here, the (allowing members at the class were camera-shy: Vic
Kippes, mama Shields, Agnes Quest. Corinna. 131 m, 31d Brow
nell. Everett Hembree and 8111 (Emmy. -
week-em! visitors of Betty’s grand
parents. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Fugue.
They len Sunday {or their bony.
I unandmxaaseundeand
bdaughter were visitors of Mr. and
lMrs. Tan Camtt Thursday.
! Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Painson and
iMlss Edith Winslow of Kumewick.
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