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Relatives Visit at Home
of Mr. and Mrs. Milam
FINLEY—Mrs. Lula Milam of
Santa Ana, California. Mrs. Bessie
Gray of Yakima. and Mr. and Mrs.
'Howard Pankey of Texas were din
ner visitors Sunday of Mr. and Mrs.
W. Milam. Mrs. Lula Milam and
Mrs. Gray are sisters of Mrs. Milam
and Mr. Pankey is her brother. The
Pankeys have been here two weeks
visiting relatives. They all left Sun
day for a visit with relatives.
Miss Phylis Kinchloe of The
Dalles, Oregon. came last week for
a few days’ visit with her grand
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Falque.
Miss Kinchloe expects to leave this
week for a short visit in Walla
Walla before leaving for her home.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Warner and
family of Pasco visited at the Frank
Bens home Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Hobbs, former resi
dents of Kennewick Highlands, who
bought the farm of Mr. and Mrs.
E. Helibig, and moved in last week.
Mr. Hobbs has been ill, but improv-
Eng slowly.
Rev. J. H. EBenn-ett, pastor of the
Finley-Hover churches armounces
there will be preaching services at
to: Hover church Sunday at 11 am.
Brother of Harry Beathe
In Torpedoed Boat
FINIEY Mr.,and Mrs. Harry
Beathe received word Wednesday
that Cecil Beathe, youngest broth
eroffiarrtheathewasonaboat
that was torpeoded a week ago Sun
day. -He was 40 hours on the raft
along with 26 others. The Beathes
received word he was all right, ex
cept for minor bruises.
Mrs. C. Wylman left to spend a
month visiting at 'Lewiston, Idaho.
She is making her home with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. Coan.
Word was received by Mr. and Mrs.
Ooan that Harry Caan, Coast
Guards” Treasure Island, Californ
ia, is ill in a hospital.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Witham and
Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Lande were
Pasco visitors Saturday.
Gene and Curtis O’Hair, Kenny
Sanders and DonaJd Sherry were in
Richland Sunday.
Mrs. C. C. Walkspenrt Sunday vis
iting relatives in [Kennewick and
was an overnight. visitor at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Schmelzer. She
came home Sunday.
Rev. J. H. Bennett Will .
Return to Finley-Hover
Mir—m. J. H. . Bennett
spent last week in Yakima, where he
attended Sta/re Methodist Confer
ence. Rev. Bennett has returned to
peach at Finley-Hover for anoth
er year. He came home from Yaki
ma by the way of Cheney, where he
brought his son, John, and Byard
Biooumrb home, where they had been
attending school the past «year.
Mr. Ed Ringuette or the Finley
stone was taken'to the (Pasco hos
pital Saturday, suffering from a
heart attack. He returned home on
My. much improved.
Mr. and Mrs. Otis Dean and tam
fly visited Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.
Wand-also called at the Frank
Bans home.
Billfold and Money
Found at Bremmers
.meANDS-Wfi‘hmit a doubt,
Harry Estes of the South mgmands,
is the happiwt boy in Kennewick
this week. Last week he had the mis
dortune to lose his biltfold which
contained 3‘76 in cash, drivers’ 11-
cense, etc. This week he had the
good fortune to be informed that
ithadlbeen famdbyaGlen‘John-s
son of Pasco, working at Bremmer’s
station, and he could have same
upon proper identification.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl McClendon or
Hemmiston were Sunday gusts at
the G. H. Leber home.
Mrs. Albert Sonderm-an and twin
daughters are guests vbhis week at
«me home of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence
Bondermn. - 1
Mrs. ’ Terrance Taylor accompan
ied a. group of girls to Sacajawea
back, where they enjoyed a picnic
(last Thursday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Higley and
(family were Sunday evening guests
st the home of Mrs. Higley’s par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Meyers.
Laurence (King ieflt last week for
Fort Benton, Montanaafter spend
ing several months at the home of
his aunt. Mrs. W. L. Maker and
family.
CHERRY
' PICKERS
Thirty to Forty Mere
Pickers Wanted
AT ONCE
Fine large fruit, low
trees.
Highest prices paid
Williams Orchard
Opposite the Cemetery
One Mile From Kennewick
Southwest
All Day Picnic Enjoyed
Last Meeting of Season
HIGHLANDS—Mrs. N. E. Rob
bins was hostess to members of her
study club, with an all-day picnic
at her home on the Highlands on
Wednesday. This will be the group’s
final meeting of the year.
Parks Conant of Nespelem was
an overnight guest at the home of
his sister. Mrs. Frank Peter and
family Friday night.
Mrs. Frank Peter. who has been
confined to her bed with illness, is
able to «be up again, but is still
§una¢ble to do her work.
{ Ernest Estes and son, Harry, re
;turned home Monday (from Port
§land, where they attended the wed
iding of their son and brother Ran
idolph, whose marriage to June Metz
iger, took place last Friday, June 12
at. the Four Square Gospel church
in Portland. Following the wedding,
a reception for the young Couple was
held at the home of the groom’s
sister, Mrs. Eugene Mann. Randolph
is well known here, having made his
home with his parents on the South
Highlands several years before so
ing to Portland.
Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Ayers and
family of Pasco were Sunday dinner
guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Higley, the occasion being in
honor of Mrs. Higley's birthday any
niversary. . i
Miss Maude Lampson Will
Attend Summer School
Miss Maude Lampson of Mabton
visited Tuwday at the Frank Lamp
son home before leaving for Cheney
to attend summer school.
I Mrs. E. Sunq-u'ist of Pine'ville, Ore
gon arrived the 7th of June to visit
.her sister, Mrs. Wm. Knight and to
help with the cherry [harvest here.
' Last Tuesday Mrs. Wm. Knight
and her sister, Mrs. Sunquist visit
edatthehomeorer.-aners.
Albert Knight in Walla Walla.
‘ The Misses Adelle and _ Audrey
‘leaybaugh of Seattle, who are
spending their summer vacation
with their grandparents, Mr. and
Mrs. C. H. Meyer, spent F'riday'as.
house guests of Miss Jean Lampson;
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lampson and
Mr. and Mrs. W and m!
Bobby, motored to Yakima Sunday,
where they. visited the ladies father,
Ira Tuttle in the Yakima hospital. I
Early Potato Harvest
To Start This Week
t Emmy—A few farmers m I.lm
emnmuntty are starting to dig their
early .spud crop. By the first of
the week, §pud harvest will be m
I-ull swing here.
Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Perkins re-e
oeived word Wednesday (that his
‘sister was seriously ill in North Can-o.
‘ Miss Edi’dh Winslow of Kennewick
was an overnight guest at Mr. and
Mrs. Jesse Lande Wednesday night.
Mathews-Perkins
Miss Jean Mathews o‘d’ Seattle and
Robert Penkins of Finley, but now of
Seattle, were married Saturday
evening at the home at the bride’s
parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. White near
Seattle. The young couple were
iattended .by the bride’s sister and
immer-in-law. A reception was
'held after the wedding with rela
tives anda fem. Qlose friends pres
ent. Bob Perkins was raised 12 Pin
ley, graduating from both grade and
high school here. He has made his
home in Seattle the past couple of
years, there he is employed by the
U. S. Rubber company. The young
couple léi’t for a week's trip to Van
eouver, B. 'C. and through Canada,
after which they will make their
home in Seattle. Mr. and Mrs. Bob
Perkins st. and two children, Bar
bara and John, attended the wed
ding. On Sunday the Perkins family
attended a family reunion in Taco-
ma with relatives. They returned
home Sunday night.
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HIGH SIERRA
Sunglaxapd Monday
A real picture staining Janna: Cagney, Rita Hayworth and Oliva
DeHavmand playing next Thursday, Friday, Saturday at the Roxy
theatre.
Henry St. Laurent to
Join Marines Soon
HIGHLANDS—Mrs. St. Laurent
and family returned home last
'l‘hursday ‘from the coast, where they
visited relatives and friends. Henry
St. Laurent, left immediately, fol--
lowing his return d'or San Diego to
join the Marines.
Mrs. J. A. McLean, who has been
very in at her home, is reported as
somewhat improved this week.
1 :Bill {Birdsall came from the coast
Sunday to get Mrs. Birdsall and son
Jackie, who have spent the past
month at the (Forrest Gregg home.
Mr. and Mrs. E. H. ohler,‘ who re. '
cently came dram Yakima and are
living on the W. B. Williams cherry
orchard tract, received .word last
Saturday that their son was among
those who lost their lives in the ex
plosion, which followed the torpedo
ing of the 33,0004t0n aircraft car
rier, U. s. B. Lexington in the Coral
Sea, off Australia.
Mrs. Terrance Taylor and Mrs. W.
S. Green attended a bridal shower
Monday evening at the home of
Mrs. Wilmot Gravenslund, honor
ing Miss Florence Mae DuSai-r, who
is to «become a :bride next Sunday.
ulune 21st. Following 'a 7:30 dos-J
jser-t supper, bridge and hearts were
‘ennoyed, after which the honor
guest entertained the group by open
ing the many gift packages, shower
ed on her by the guests.
Mrs. E: Sunquist received word
this week from her son, Billie, who
is in the Marines, that he had ar
rived safely in Hawaii.
Mr. and Mrs. Harley Peter enter
tained as house guests, Mrs. Peter’s
brother 5 and his wife. Major and
Mrs. G. G. Griffith. They were on .
theelr way to their new .post at Salt 4
Lake City. .
Finley Residents Visit
In Walla Walla Monday
FLN'IEY—Mr. and Mfs. Ernest
Sherry and son, Donald, accompan
ied by Mrs. Harvey Paulson- and
(Miss Edith Winslow of Kennewick.
and Mrs. Jesse Lande and daughter.
Betty Ann, were Walla Walla visit
ors Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. George Mdlntyre and
small son of Portland, who were
here visiting Mclntyrefs parents,
Mr. ‘and Mrs. Albert 'Piert Sun
day.
Frank ”15 accompanied Merton
Cochran “to. 964223 Friday on bus-
Mrs. Dale Net of- Portland,
Oregon and a mu; Mrs. Grace
Frost of Portland; spent Sunday and
Monday with Mr. and Mrs. H.‘ H.
IBowers. Mrs. Rucker is a sister of
Mrs. Bowers. . ,
Mrs. Howard Ash and two daugh
ters; Alice Marie and Gladys Mae
Ivisited Mrs. wnbur Ash at the
Pasco hospital.
Word was received here last week
that Mrs. J. "R. Ayers, who attended
state grange at Wenatchee, won the
’first {2128 on bread. Mrs. Ayers is
{a member of the Finley grange.
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Ida Lupino
m EUNTY Auvuunrn.
Wife Acts at Substitute
Mail Carrier for Week
I HIGHLANDS—Orin Beinhart has
resumed his duties as mailcarrier on
§route 2 again this week. gifter a
ftweek’s vacation. Mrs. Bienhart act
‘ed as substitute during his absence.
‘ The Mises Opal and Rose Mary
Watkins, Lois Bennett, Mary Soper,
Esther Mae Bienhart. Donna. Mae
Mayer and Ira Lampson returned
home Saturday from Pullman, where
they attended a week of 4-H club
camp. i
‘ Mrs. Marie Williams (Marie
Quast) is spending this week as a
house guest of her sister, Mrs. Loren
Boies at Finley. '
Mrs. Wflmot Gravenslund and
daughter, Billie, spent last Wednes
day, visiting at the J. A. McLean
home.
Billy Brace of Kennewick was an
ever-night guest of Billy Green on
Monday night.
Clyde Heberling returned Sunday
to his home on the South Highland
after a. trip made to Spokane and
Butte, Montana.
«Did: Con-dis, accompanied by
Mrs. Minnie King, came from Don
nen Saturday and spent '9. few hours
with Mrs. King’s sister, Mrs. W; L.
Fora-ken
4-H Club to Sell Pop
at Club House Dances
ImGI-IIAANDs—JIm Club at the
Highlands met at the home of their
leader, Mrs. Carl Bennett Wednes
day afternoon. Officers of the club
are as follows: Esther Maeßienhart,
president: Louis Bennett, vice pres;
Mary Soper, secretary; Jean Lamp
son, reporter. After the meeting sev
eral of the girls gave a. danonstm
tion in canning raspberries Instruc
tions :were given the girls in can
ning (wit to be exhibited at the
‘fair this fall. Plans were made to
‘sell .pop at the Highland dances
idunng the summer months. '
Smith Daughters Visit
Grandmother in Prosser
LOOUST GROVE—Morena Mae
and Arlene Smith has been visiting
their grandmother at Eraser this
past week. . 4
.Mrs. Gilbert Clodfelter is a pa
tient in we Pasco hospital. The
community wishes her a speedy re
covery. - ~
.. Es. Olga. Root has been a visitor
at Wenatchee, when Sh? "attends;
Lstate grunge. ‘ ’
Sunday dinner guests at the R. K.
.Saflord home were Mr. and’ Mrs.
E. A. Silliman and Mr. and Mrs. M.
V. Heberlein. .
Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Edwards and
>Mr. and Mrs. Henry Smith were
‘Walla. Walla visitors on Monday.
‘ Mr. and Mrs. Bertie Tyrell and
family were Sunday gusts at the
Henry Smivhgiome. '
Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Edwards and
Shirley spent the week-end at the
J. C. Pratt home in Kennewick.
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Herders meet Sunday
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newick Valley Sheepherders met at
the home of Dick I-braker Sunday.
June 14 for their regular meeting.
Reports were given by the delegates
to club camp. ~After the meeting
croquet was enjoyed and delicious
refreshments were served.
Mrs. Little of Walla Walla. sister
of J. M. Sitton has been visiting here
for several days. She returned to
her home June 16.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Sitwn are en
tertaining their grandchildren. Jlm
my. Goldie and Hamid saunter from
Ritzville for two or three weeks. They
are spending their summer vacation
here.
Mrs. Hannah Norris returned to
her home June 12 from the Pasco
homital. She is reported very much
improved. but must remain in bed
for two months.
Mr. and Mrs. Ted Watkins and
daughters. Opal and Rosemary. were
Sunday dinner guests at the home
of R. H. Smalley.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Swayae and two
maren of Seattle are visiting at
me home of his parents. Mr. and
Mrs. J. C. Swayu for a few days.
Guests at tampon Home _
Guests at the home of Mrs. Lottie
Lampson a few days last week were
Mr. and Mrs. Charla Witt of Port
age. Wisconsin and Albert Hamlson
of Cleveland, North Debts. Mrs.
Witt and Harolson are Mrs. Lamp
son's cousins whom she hasn’t seen
.lor \. ite some time. It has been 40
years since she has seen Harolson
and almost 14 years since she has
seen Mrs. Witt. They were on their
way to Seattle. .
; Mrs. Ralph Shepard’s brother. who
‘has been visiting here lent for Mon
}tana. He is going to bring th fam
iily here and they make theirhome.
here. i
* Mr. andm.W.l.Hudlowaeean-‘
panied Donna Woodward. grand-1
daughter. to her home in Walla]
Walla Tuesday. Donna has been va
cationing at her ”M's home.
Miss Nadine Gale of oar-and
Canoe is visiting at the bane of her
aunt. Mrs. m. for several weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Cole's grann
son, Dam! Cole, is visiting for the
summer. He is from Portland. Ore
son.
Mrs. Henderson has been visiting
atthehomeofherdwghter.m~s.
Gale of Grand Coulee 103- one
month. Her g'randdnghter, Nadine.
returned home with her.
Mrs. Carl Anderson and children
have been housecuests the past week
at the £2llll.th home. They
hemmed to their home m Seattle
Wednesday. June 17.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Bitten received
word that m. smou's brother. J.
W. Sittan of Wammcna was quite
an. 'lheymotomdwhtshnmehst
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Visit With Daughter
WNW—«Mas. Jesse GHmshow
lefvt Monday (or Bremerbm to spend
a. couple weeks with her daughter
and son-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. A!
Wool-n. Mrs. Moor-n will be re
membered as Miss Juanita Grim
shaw. '
Mrs. Fred Schmeieer came Bun
day to spend the week visiting her
daughter. Mrs. C. C. Walk and
Ola e Walk. .
1:. Helen Nelson of Gable. Ore.
who has been here visiting her par.
83:3“, Mr. and Mrs. Hervey Kerr. lett
Sunday for her time. She was ac
companied by Miss Jessie Grim-1
shaw, who will Mt friends in Goble
a few weeks. ‘ ‘
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Pier-t finished.
Wednesday. dressing their turkeys
that were held over the winter for
brood stock.
Mrs. Charlie Miller and two
Mhters of Porto. Washington
came Saturday for a. few. ,weeks's
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andiamily.m~s.Millerisasister
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to Near by Cities Sunday
HENLEY—Mr. cunt Glassner ac
companied his son and daughter-in
law. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Glassner for
a drive to Hernuston. Pendieton and
B.lch Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Schlreman of
California visited Mrs. Schireman's
parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. Brock last
week. Upon their return home Mr.
Schireman will join the army. and
Mrs. Schizeman is a nurse at the
Emanuel hospital there. They left
'l‘uweday tor their home in Cali
fornia.
. Mrs. C. E. Beasley visited 1.11-5.11
R. Bowers Monday.
4-H Club Members
Return from Pullman
FINLEY - Frank Livingston and
Don Grimshaaw. Lorraine ,Messen
ger. Maxine saundzer. Marjorie
Dye and Alice Marie Ash. who all
went to Pullman to 4-H club camp.
returned home Sunday.
Mrs. 'I-larold Witham was a caller
>monday at the home of Mm. Rich
enbach.
Miss Arielle Bronson of Lind came
last Friday {or a few days' visit with
'Mr. and Mrs. J. 18. Bennett.
I Word was received here by Mr.
‘and Hrs. George Plaster. sr. that
‘their son. George in. who is sta
itioned at Fort Wright. has receiv
\ed an advancement. He is now a
stat! meant. Murhster end baby.
who have been here visiting the past
3 weeks, left away for M
wright to join her hum.
Miss Velma Bennett 0! Moo
visited her psrents Bands/y. Rev. and
Mrs. Bennett. 1
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of Portland came Sunday for a
week's visit with Mrs. achuswr's
mam.mdnrs.Bmxuh.
‘ Mrs. Clifton! Nickel! and child
nen spent nonday at Walker PM
with 10'. mean °
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