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lington, Riverside, Calif., is here
on a fifteen day furlough. Bob
is a son of Mrs. Nellie Milne.
Mrs. P. 0. Stone was hostess
to the Kennewick bridge club
Wednesday: afternoon. Honors
were held by Mrs. Herman
el;Sdtl.lllidt. All members were pres-
Captain and Mrs.’ K. S. Lynn
of Fort Warren, Wyoming visiting
the Captain’s parents Mr. and
In. E. A. Lynn. He is being
transferred to an unknown des
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Dr. R. W. Kite, Paul Richland,
Amon Mueller, and Urban Koel
ker were Seattle business visitors
this week in the interest of the
proposed hospital.
Miss Martinelle Burdine of
Jacksonville, Miss, will arrive
Saturday night to attend the fu
neuarl of her fiance, .Flight Lt.
Arbogast. His plane crashed last
week in Alabama.
Mr. and Mrs. Chet McGhee
were visitors at the Floyd Higley
home over the week-end. They
met their son Dale here.’ Dale
is in the naval reserve and has
been stationed at Berkley, Calif.
Miss Mary Womack of Yakima
visited here sister Mrs. P. 0.
Stone over. the week end. She
spent the summer in Virginia at
the home of her parents and will
teach again this year in the Yaki
ma schools.“
Jim Miller, son of Mrs. Lou
Miller, last week received an hon
orable disch, ge from the army
for physical kbflity. He is now
in Sunnyside 'siting his family.
He wears corporal’s stripes on his
Alma Circle met with Mrs. S.
S. McHenry last Monday after
noon. After the business meeting,
éards were played with Mrs. T.
J. Boyd holding high score, Mrs.
P. 0. Stone and Mrs. Wilmot
Gravenslund were guests for .the
afternoon. '
There will de dedications of in
fants and young children in bap
tism Sunday morning at the First
Methodist church. Rev. Coan
requests that parents wishing to
bring their children. for this rite
of the church should call his study
before Sunday if possible.
Mrs. Christine Neuman and Mr.
and Mrs. Ed Neuman left for
Seattle Friday. Mrs. Neuman
plans to spend some time on the
coast visiting with her daughter
Ella, while Mr. and Mrs. Ed will
’return sooner. Mrs. Neuman will
ialso visit her sister, Mrs. Ben
;Reiman while on the coast. .>
i Mr. and’ Mrs. Lee S. Boutelle
announced today the engagement
let their daughter Jeanne to Lt.
‘Vernon R. Ude of the United
.States Navy. Lt. Ude is the son
jof Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Ude of 115
Fairview Ave. North, Robbins
‘dale, Minnesota. He is a gradu
ate of the University of Minne
-Isota and is now attached (to the
.USS Enterprise. Miss Boutelle is
now residing in Seattle where she
is employed by the Star Machin
ery company. No date for the
wedding has been set.
Manager H. Krack of the local
theatre is all up in the air about
denying kids the privilege of run
ning into the show house. They
come after the box office has
closed- and “have to see thier
mother” get "into the house and
fail to come out again. The man-,
agement had to clamp down on
that practice and occasionally
some kid really does have to see
his mother and causes difficulty
on account of the new ruling.
He wants to know how to tell
when they are just trying to beat
the box office or are actually
telling the truth.
_ Miss Margaret Hawkins and her.
niece Miss Margaret Mary Lincoln‘
visited relatives in Toppenish the‘
past week-end.
Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Dutton left.‘
Wednesday for Bremerton where
they will visit with their son,
Arthur and family.
The Literary Guild will meet
with Mrs. Zada Durbin next Mon
day afternoon with Mrs. Percy
Erickson as hostess.
Miss .Dorothy Blair and Miss
Bertha Witt left Thursday mom
ing by car for San Francisco
where they will enter St. Mary’s
Hospital as graduate nurses.
. The Missionary Society of the‘
Christian church will met next
Wednesday, Nov. 3, at the home
of Mrs. M. S. Kinkaid with Mrs-
Bototmly as assisting hostess. ‘
Mrs. Alton Russell of Toppen
ish, a former Highland resident,
is here this week visiting her sis
ter, Mrs. Harley Peter and other
relatives and friends.
St. Paul’s Guild met with Mrs.
Herb Cranmer last Thursday. The
Guild voted to purchase five SIOO
defense bonds and one smaller
one. The next meeting will be
with Mrs. E. C. Tweet.
Mrs. E. R. Carnahan returned.
the first of the week from a visit"?
to her son Marvin“ and family
in Yakima and a nieee Mrs. M.
T. Mahan formerly Mary Dyer
in Centralia.
Mrs. S. G. Foraker and daughter
Mrs. Howard Ash of Bremerton
are here this week helping to move
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. A.
Dague to Wenatchee where they
expect to make their home.
The WSCS of Methodist church
will hold a rummage sale in the
unoccupied room in the Hover
block next' Saturday. Anyone
[having articles for the sale may
ileave them at the Courier-Report
;er office. '
Word was received this week by
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Boutelle -that
their son, Sperling, who has been
in foreign waters had landed in
San Francisco. Sperling is re
covering irom a hand injury re
ceived while on duty.
Miss Margaret Mary Lincoln,
daughter of Mr.. and Mrs. H. P.
Lincoln and granddaughter of
Postmaster F. H. Lincoln, spent
last week visiting relatives and
.friends here. She is a recent grad
uate of St. Elizabeth’s School of
Nuring in Yakima, and completed
her physical examinations at Wal
la Walla this week prior to en
trance into the Army Air. Corps.
WSCS of Methodist church was
entertained by Circle No. 2 last
week. Seventeen members were
present and five new names were
added. Plans' for the rum
mage sale held next Saturday
were made. The ladies will serve
a turkey dinner at the teachers’
institute; held in the church Nov.
3. Mrs. I. Serier was elected treas
urer to replace Mrs. Harry Vib
ber who resigned. The next meet
ing will be with Mrs. H. E. Hunt
ington on Nov. 4.
Word was received this «week
by‘ Mr. and Mrs. John George
from their daughter, Mrs. Robert
Henrickson, (nee Fern George),
that her husband who was first
engineer on a fighter plane, was
missing 'in ~ action in the raid of
Oct. 8 in Italy. Mrs. Henrickson
has many friends here, having
graduated from the nurses’ school
at the Pasco hospital in 1942. She
is now with her husband’s par
ents in Missouri.
The local group of Business and
Professional Women met with a
“kidnap" Hallowe’en party and
progressive dinner starting this
evening with cocktails at the home
of Velma Macmahon, going to
Elsie Raymond’s on G street for
salad, and to Bee McDonald’s on
Avenue A for the main dinner
course ’winding up at the home of
the president of the club, Tommy
Simmelink on First Avenue West,
where the guests and 'members
were served dessert carrying out
the Hallowe’en motif. Games and
cards followed the dessert at the
Siimmelink home. .
Warren Supplee, who is some
where in the South Pacific, has
notified home folks of his advance
in rank to a sergeant.
Finley Grange Drill Team
Enjoys Pot-Luck Dinner.”
Finley Mrs. Fred‘ Brodbeck
was hostess to the newly organized
drill team of the Grange last Fri
day. The day was spent in sew
ing. A pot-luck dinner was en
joyed at noon.
Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Moore, par
ents og Mrs. Burt Fredricks, left
Wednesday 15 or their home in Ne
braska. Mr. and Mrs. Burt Fred
ricks and daughter, Joan, and Mr.
and Mrs. John Fredricks . and
daughter, Lenna Lee, accompan
ied the Moores as far as Pendle
FOR SALE—Winter table carrots,
turnips and rutabagas. Also
large carrots for stock and chic
ens. B. Kempe, phone 2217. 31-4 p
Mrs. Frank Orsborn of Van
couver came Thursday for a few
days’ visit with Mr.‘ and Mrs.
Henry Piert.
Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Masters
and daughter, Merle, visited with
friends in Pasco Sunday, also with
Mr. and Mrs. John Fredricks.
Ray Kuh of the Pasco air sta
tion and Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Schmelzer visited Sunday with
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Walk.
Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Preston
of Kennewick were dinner guests
Sunday e ening of Mr. and Mrs.
Virgil MaEVers.
Mr. an Mrs. Asa Purdy and
daughter, Acel Ann, were dinner
visitors Suinday of Mr. and Mrs.
Bob Perkins.
Mr. and Mrs. Winfield Gilmore
and small son visited Mrs. gil
more’s mother in Pasco Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Benson
spent the week-end with Mrs.
Benson?s parents ‘in Sunnyside.
Accident Near Touchet
'Puts Family in Hospital
Highlands—Mr. and Mrs. Knox
and two children were more or
less injured last week, when their
car collided witth a train near
Touchet. The Knox family has
been living on the Powers place
on th Highlands and had been
at water, Ore., to see about
bu ' a farm. On their return
home, ! ey had the accident which
put them all in the hospital. They
have t§eeovered sufficiently to be
able be out of the hospital at
presen . ' .
L. A. Cox was very much sur
prised Sunday evening when his
wife had prepared a wonderful
birthday dinner and invited seven
guests to help them celebrate the
occasion. CoVers were laid. for 10,
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Cox, Wallis
Dessallier, Miss Dorothy Svaton
sky, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Smith,
Mrs. Eve Chaffee, Fred Green,
Mr. aniMrs. Hubert Soper. Every
one d darting for home wished
him many more of those happy
Mrs. Aaron Foraker of Seattle
spent the past several days vis
iting Mr. and Mrs. Lemur For
Herbie Foraker returned to Se
attle with Mrs. Aaron Foraker
for a week’s‘visit. '
Mrs. Frank Hembree is here
from Seattle for a visit with her
sister, Mrs, Lemur Foraker.
Terrance Taylor is home for a
few days’ visit with his wife and
daughter and the parents from
Whidby Island, arriving Tuesday
and returning Friday.
Mrs. Ruth Bennett entertained
Wednesday the Les Amies Pino
chle club with three tables. Nora
Tompson won first prize, May
Lampson secOnd, and Amanda
Glasow low. The next meeting
will be at the home of Mrs. Bessie
Dennett two weeks from today.
Pot-Luck Dinner Sunday
At Ernest Sherry Home
Finley Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Brodbeck, Mr. and Mrs. E. O.
McAlister, Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Falque, Mr. and Mrs. George
Taylor, Mr.,and Mrs. T. M. Gard
ner, enjoyed a pot-luck dinner
Sunday to help celebrate the
birthday of Ernest Sherry. oth
er visitors were Mr. and Mrs.
Wallace Preston of Kennewick,
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Kerr, Mr.
and Mrs. Henry Bender and Mrs.
Virgil Masters and Merle.
5b of 'em
A recent gurvey disclosed that
the Average American home has
a total of 59 hangers. Some are
' in use—certainly. but -
We Want 'em ‘
—those not in actual use are badly
needed. We must have them it
we are to continue to deliver your
clothes with hangers. War re
strictions prevent us from buying
more. so we must use those on
hand. Please return all hangers
not in actual use. It's your patri
otic duty to help save on these
critical materials. So . . .
gather up your hangers
and return them to us
With your next job
of cleaning .
anhelpus. Whenyoumwmitemofmmwnusabwt
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70 Members Attend
Finley Grange Friday
Finley—The Grange met Friday
night with about 70 members and
visitors present. Gordon Hughes
was given the first and second de
grees. The newly-organized drill
team put on the work of the 3rd
and 4th degrees for six members
of the Finley Grange and two
from Kennewick Valley. . Visit
ors included Willard Campbell,
master of the Kennewick Valley
Grange; Mr. and Mrs. J. C.
Swayze of Kennewick Valley and
also visitors from the Richland
Grange. Mrs. George Taylor and
the drill team members appre
ciate the help of Mrs. J. C. Swayze
on the drill team. Lunch was
served at the close.
The Grange Ladies Auxiliary
will meet with Mrs. 0. O. Coan
Wednesday, Nov. 3. All ladies
of the Grange are invited to at
Henry Turner, who makes his
home with his sister and,family,
Mrs. and Mrs. Albert Piert, vis
ited with relatives in Coeur
d’Alene a few days, returning
home Thursday. Friday, he left
for Sisters, Ore., for a visit with
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Turner and
, THE PILGRI.M. fathers gave us our
”W . first Thanksgivmg; and founded the
.. .. American tradition of thrift and sav
’ in Kennewick ings.
—-—-.- Penney’s carries on that tradition.
We’ve an old-fashioned knack We run our stores without frills and
.for being thrifty! the savings we pass along to you!
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WANTED: Small grain grinder.
feed chopper without blower.
Frank Sherman, Rt. 1, Kenne
wick. ‘ 31p
FOR SALE: Furnished home
made trailer. Foote trailer camp
Mrs. George Schlicher. 311)
FOR SALE: 18-ft. Scholtz trailer
house. Bargain. Foote‘s Tralier
park at foot of Wash. street. “
FOR RENT Sleeping room for
two men, phone 2351. 31p
Concrete Building Blocks
Concrete Pipe
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Jessen 8: Wrighl Conduction Co.
COWS for trade for good flat-bed
1% ton truck. Cream separator
and two beet cows for sale or
for weaner pics. Berta Ranch, 8
miles west of Richland on Canal
Road. 31p
WMTEIL—To buy or nay: to
1 ton pickups. A 33. Box
838. Richland. Wash. Tel. 50 au
FOR SALE: Calves. Phone 2662.‘
FOR SALE: 1938 2—door Chevro
let sedan. Good shape. Phone
2181. 31c
does, 1 large buck. Earl Watts,
RED.“ No. 2. Kennewick. 31;)
FOR SALE - Bedstead. coll
springs, mattress. Fruit jars,
bracket oil lamp, 7-ft. crosscut
saw, splitting maul, 50 irrigating
lath tubes. D. N. Weathers, 4%
miles north of Richland. 31

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