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Lijflg STORIES OF THE WEEK
m 391 m is spending a. few
”fl W 00851:. _ -
If and Mrs. Paul Richmond let-t
' morning for a vacation trip‘
1:.- ifid‘b O‘Heam. who has been
. I I an the coast, returned
% Mrs. E. J. Faulds have
.amemPasooandare
Fangs week.
,fluw one of WSCS. will meet
an any Wk next Wednesday
August 26- ‘
Wm 3nd Mrs. Don Coates, who
fl M week vacationing in SPO-
All” circle will meet next Mon
” moon at 1:30 with Mrs. T.J.
indium” Garden Tracts.
Ir- md Mrs Roger Records and
were visitors at the home
We! its» mother in Umapine last
mfg-find Mm. Prater Hog'ue of Se
w mud Mrs. Hogue’s parents,
It and Mrs. Harley “Peter over the
”bend
mend MrS. Gordon E. McKin
m of Seattle stopped for a Short
«it with Mr. and Mrs. Penny Fer
nil on their way east.
M Kemp left last Friday for
we. South Dakota, to attend
manual of a «brother. He expects
”new several weeks.
n, wary Guild will hold a. pic
dc next Monday afternoon on the
mgube We of Mrs. Core. Mc
m at! MrS. Zad'a. Durbdn.‘
m Jean Liston, who ‘has been
mat-the home of her uncle and
“It. and Mrs. Guy Liston in
mm. Oregon, returned last
w W.
m “play in the amulet-Re
mm at the small animals;
gun WW of Mrs. George D.‘
m mahorsesoneheriehtare
m, 3. x Reed’s. 1
any Conway, who is stationed at
m Camus. in Wounds. was
“bathe first of the week be
am: or the death of his mother,
in Sadie Conway.
It. and Ms. Hodgeson of Reno,
m were callers at the home at
m. 'l'. W. Payne this week. They
amends of a niece of Mrs. Paynes
mum in Reno.
In. Phoebe Sher-k left Wednes
mia'Seavlew, where she will visit
MM son, Everett and family.
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Mrs. Arthur Smith of Cleveland,
Ohio, arrived 'Wednesdaw afternoon
being called Ihere ‘by the-serious ill
ness and death of her mother, ‘Mrs.
Sadie Conway.
Grandma Raus‘aher, mother or
John Rausc'her and Mrs. Richards,
celebrated her 92nd birthday at the
Richards home 'in fine Kennew'iek
aparmnents last Saturday. “ '
, Mr. and Mrs. Jack 1.. House, who
visited over the week-end with Mrs.
House’s parents. Mr. and Mrs. R. E.
Reed, left for their home in Pom.-
land early Monday morning.
'Mr. and Mrs. 23116. waiters of
Coulee Dam came Wednesday and
spent .Uhe remainder or mhe «week
visiting Bud’s mother, Mrs. Elsie
Walters in the Garden Tracts.
Word was .reoeived recently od’ the
birth of a son to. Mr. and Mrs. Bent
ley Galligan of Redmond, Oregon
on the second of August. Mrs. Gal
ligan is the former Margaret :Moul
ton.
Mrs. Manley Gent, who has been
near Camp Crowder, Missouri,
where her husband has been sta
tioned, arrived home Wednesday.
Manley will enter an affinels’ train
lng camp.
‘ Mr. and Mrs. Joe Allen and daugh
rter, Letha of Yakima. and Mr. and
Mrs. Henry Walters and daughter,
Joan, of Seattle are visiting at the
home of Mrs. Allen’s and Harry’s
mother, Mrs. Elsie Walters this
week.
Miss Patt Lintt, Who has been
visiting in San Francisco, Pontland,
Seattle, Bremeiton and Spokane
came home this week. She expects
to attend a medlmnio’s school in
Spokane soon.
Honoring Duane Campbell, son
of Mr, and Mrs. Willard Campbell,
:who has been on the U. s. S. Parrot,
and who is home for a few days’
visit, a group of relatives and friends
met in the park and enjoyed a. picnic
supper last Friday evening.
. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Zarndst and‘
daughters, Joyce and {Phyllis were}
:week-end visitors in Spokane at 'bhe‘
home of Mrs. Zmdt’s sister and
\brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. How-.
ard Feta. On their way home Sun
day they visited :fr-lends at Paha. ;
Mrs. M. C. Barnes of Olympia
visited with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. George Byrd last week. Her
two children, who have «been spend
ing the summer here with their
grandparents, accompanied her
home.
Mrs. Julia Hemmway, principal
of the elementary school, spent her
vwewtlon in California with rela—
tives. ‘She returned the first or! the
week to get settled and ready to
take up her school duties Monday,
August 24th.
The local W.C.TJU. met in the park
Tuesday memoon. The following
were selected to act as orfnfleers'for
the omndng year: president, Mrs. .1. 1.
Hill; _viee president, Mrs. T. 7W.
Payne; secretary, Mrs. Herman
Campbell; treasm‘er, Mrs . Wm.
thns. The Reverend Nolt of the
Nazarene church was the-speaker for
the alftemoon.
Mr, and Mrs. Hamold Whittemore,
Gene and Maxine returned last Sat
urday from Sandpaint, Idaho, where
they Iwere cangd by the death of
Mrs. Whittemore’s Ifather, Frank J.
Bartlett. They were accompanied
home :by Miss Mamie Bartlett, sis
ter-in-law of Mrs. thttemore, who
spent the week-end before going on
to her home in Seattle. ‘ -
KENN‘EWICK
Rnng,
Ends Saturgg
DIVE _
BOMBER
In Glorious
Technicolor
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Errol Flynn
Fred McMurray
and
Selected Short
Subjects
RING OF
STEEL
A short subject
every patriotic
American
should see.
SHORT
“‘Bad Men of Missouri,” featu re at the Roxy Theatre Sunday and
Monday, August 23 and 24.
F.S.A. to Conduct
Home Food Survey
A survey on home produced foods‘
isnowfbeingmade by-theP'asco
'Famn Security office. This :wwn de-;
ttem'nine the amount of increased:
food production rfor sale and food
availahle for home consumption for
farm families in Adams, {Benton and
Franklin counties. The two :faam‘
supervisors, W. A. Lund and Ed‘
Williams, and the Home manage
ment Supervisor, Vivian MaOroskey,
are making the farm visits
7 The preserving and storing of
moms produced foods on fthe diversi
gzt‘ied farms will help reduce the pur
>chase of commercially prepared foods
”and insure good health in every [arm
ome.. " '
'lmesurveywill'bemwdeonfam
visits to FSA borrowers, and will be
completed by September 15. Each of
the (Farm and home supervisors will
also help develop .plans for the 1943
mp year. The maximum livestock
increasewillbeubasedontheamounlt
of crops harvested. Neighborhood
group meetings will be held wrough
out «the counties after the cfood sur
vey has been completed. _ _
The only office day for the Super
visors is mhm'sday of each :week at
the Pasco Cami: House. The orifice
days in Presser and White Bluffs
will «be discontinued for the £9.11 ex-
cept üby appointments made by the
Enamels in these areas.
mose farmers who wish to per
!ticffate in the 1943 food production
an need financial assistance may
attend the Appheag‘ t’s meeting -a.t
1:00 pm. any Thurs yin the Farm
«Security ofufioe in the basement or
Itihe Pasco Court House. A
Miss Elizabeth Frazier, who is in
the employ of the Standard Oil Co.
in San Francisco is here visiting her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Frazier.
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THE KENNEWICK, (WWI COURIER-REFORM
OBITUARY
Sadie E. McDonald Conway
Sadie Emma McDonald was born'
March 15th. 1860 in animals, Texas'
and passed away August 18th. 1942'
in the hosmtal wt Pasco. On June 4.
1885 she was married to Charles‘
Conway .in Chicago, 111.
Immediately :tollowing the cere
mony the couple came west and set
tled in Kennewick, where they went
the remaindr of their lives. In June
last year they celebrated their 50th
wedding anniversary. They adopt
ed three children, Arhhur, who serv
ed in the last war, Rubena, who has!
married and lives in Cleveland, Ohio‘
land Harry, who is in the service at]
his country at Camp MoQuadds. %
1 Mrs. Conway was a charter mem-§
hber of Alma chapter No. 100 Order:
?of Eastern Star and a past matroni
{of this order. Before sickness con-‘
‘fined her to her home she was veryl
active in church, club and lodge
work. Mr. Conway «passed away on
the 28th of January this year. Mrs.
Conway is survived by a daughter,
Rubens, Smith of Cleveland, Ohio
land a. son, Harry, who is now in
'the service in California.
1 Services were held Friday morn
ing at 10 o’clock in the Mueller Fun
eral home. The Order of Eastern
' Star was in charge of the service, as
sistedbyDr.Sdhmlmottheßt.
Paul’s Episcopal church. The Mises
Theo Lampson and Vivian Higlgy
sang‘Beamiful Isle of Somewhere"
and “Rock of Mes.” The Pallbear
ers were: L. E. Johnson, George Pur
dy, Harry Linn, Wilmot Gravens
lund, John barn and Joe Millard. In
terment was made in the River View
cemetery.
Albert Zarndt is helping in the
Wheat harvest in Horse Heaven.
mount: noes cusswv's
TRAIL...EVEI m mm: ,9;
Clarence E. Mulford’s
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_. all help us. When you know an item of interest. mu us wont
It peuonnllymrby phone—we'll ”matte it. Our telephone number
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‘TheNeedleclubwmmeetinthe
city park Friday afternoon, August
2191:,
'Miss Helen Rogers. sister of Vic
tor Rogers was a visitor here Wed
nesday. , '
~ mmmrynl’algewas'a Seattle
visitor. this week. .
La Verne Williams expecm‘to
leave soon for Fort Lewis, where he
willentertheservice.
'l‘heNlssakiOamka'egz-oupgave
afarewellpanty forMLssLouAnn
.mssJuneVisgex-lsvisiting with
Ira-lendsv in Seattle this week. She
lsexpectedhome Way.
Miss Esther natal. who has been
visiting here. left the first of the
week for her home 19 Baker, One.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Vandine of
Seattle arrived here this week. They
expct to make an extended stay
here.
Mr. and Mrs. Roger Jones and
mall son are visiting Mrs. Jones'
aunt, Mrs. Miller, in anxokane this
week.
Mrs. many Walters and daughter!
Joan of Seattle were visitors at the
home or Mrs. Bert Wilson last Wed
nesday. .
Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Mammy.
who are visiting here from Pendie
‘wn visited relatives in Mesa on
i'rhursdny. __
Victor Rogers is abtendinc an ag-‘
ricuitural conference in Bellinumm
this week. :He left Monday and is
expected home Setmday.
Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Mamany of
Pendlebon are visiting at the Frank
Visger 51'. home. Mrs. Matheny‘wili
be remembered as Virginia Vixen
Dr. and Mrs. R. M. Ripley, who
have been living in Walla Walla are
moving into the house recently ve
‘eated .by the Harry Linns. this week.
Mrs. Ray Spence of We. sis
;ter of Harry Conway. is here with
her brother. Harry has a two weeks
Ifurlough due to we death or his
mother, Mrs. Conway.
‘ Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Higley and
‘dalmmem, Vivian and My re
murned Monday from mane, where
fibey attended the wedding at their
tson and blower. Lowell Higley to
Barbara Keith.
Gemgeflxeppard, wbohasbeen
emplwedhcallybyhfifiazn
(«memmyeamqntmsjob
‘meflrstofmemonthnfiewmde
votehisthnetzotaflngcaneothis
homeintheGarden'n-acts.
Barney Slaugenhaupt of Chelan.l
wasavvisitorinKennewick Wednes-l
day, coming down from Yakima;
wherebiswifewasvlsiting relaxim‘
Mr. Slaugenhaupt came to see his
tether, J. 13., and to say hello to
several of me old timers here who
memberhdmasa youth.
D. F. Parks of the Highlands
passed away at the Pasco hospital
marshy morning. August 20th. He
was the father of Mrs. Harvey Ray
aners.A.H.Jones.bothotme
W. mtunemlwmbenext
Sunday “2:30 attheuuener Fun
eralnane.
Mrs. Me Mun,- vfho was
taken to the Pasco hospital last
Sauudaymaveryserwuscondl
flmismebetteratmisume.fier
sons. Glenn and Ralph. and her
(Madman-.mandha children.
Edda and Ernest and his wife of
Portlandcametoseehermnday.
Herdsuchtermadnedwwefor
her mother. 'mze others mean-nod to
then-«homaManday.
KENNEWICK
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Jeffrey Lynn
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Maxie Rosenbloom
Rochelle Hudson
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Ellery Queen
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Ralph Bellamy
Margaret LINDSAY
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Home from Australia
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Downing from Kelso and Mrfmd
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Wu and Mr. and Mrs. John
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Mrs. Ida McKee ca Laverne. Okla.-
homn came Thursday for an m
definite visit with her parents. Mr.
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mers. Han-old and Ellsworth O'Hau'.
Left Sunday for Visit
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Birds-. 11 were Friday and Saturday
visitors at me Forrest. Grace home.
returning to NM Sunday.
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