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lodge of Kennewick were in charge.
of the Sunday night USO suppe
Chairman was Martha Jenson and
assisting her were Mary Wallace,
Bertha Foraker, Maude Neel, J ean
ette Persinger, Gladys Faulds and
Eleanor Safford.
Harold C. Luvaas, son of Rev.
and Mrs. P. J. Luvaas, Kennewick,
is an enrollee in the Navy v. 12
program at Union College where
he will qualify for officer training
in the Navy. A graduate of the
Kennewick high school and Pacific
Lutheran college, where he was a
member of the college choir, he
entered Union on March 1, 1944.
Harold has one brother serving
with the army air corps.
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UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT . . .
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Beginning May Ist, the undersigned will take
complete charge of the shop, and will continue
to turn out the same high quality of workman
ship which has been produced for the past 30
years by his father, A. V. Lewis.
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and Mill Work '
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CONSULT US WITH YOUR PROBLEMS
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WASHINGTON STREET MILL ‘
116 Washington Street
coming to
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BRONC RIDING ,
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CALF ROPING .
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PLENTY OF THRILLS
WATCH FOR THIS BIG EVENT .
Announcing a New Milk Service _
Beginning Mey- Ist
HILLVIEW DAIRY
. Grade A Milk
ASK FOR IT AT YOUR LOCAL GROCERY
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to use caps labeled "WATERVILLE DAIRY"
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Rev. R. B. Holden is spending
the week with relatives at Junc
tion City, Oregon. He plans to be
back ready for next Sunday’s ser
vxces.
Two dePont workers were unit
ed in marriage at the Baptist
church last week. Ceremony was
performed by the pastor. Con
tracting parties were Wm. Loggin
and Sylvia Dahl.
Norman A. Gest was married to
Marjorie C. McLeod in the Baptist
church Sunday afternoon. Mr.
Gest is in the Navy. Lines were
read by the pastor of the church,
Rev. R. B. Holden.
'Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Smith en
tertained with a party Thursday
evening. Guests present were Mr.
and Mrs. Rock Richmond, Mr. and
Mrs. Gene Pruett, Mr. and Mrs.
Lyle Simmelink, Mr. and Mrs. .B.
Larkin, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Smith
Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Edwards and
Herb Owens. L
THE KENNEWICK (WASHINGTON) COM-REPORT!!!
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Miss Theo Lampson and Miss
Georgia Ford spent the week end
at the Lottie Lampson and R E.
Reed home. The two girls are at
tending college at Moscow, Idaho
?and returned to their studies Sun
§day evening.
\ A group of members of the East
‘ern Star will go to Richland Mon
day to attend a meeting at the
home of Mrs. Alex Whyte. The
Worthy Grand Matron of the
IGrand Chapter of Washington,
iMrs. Martha Churchill, will be
lpresent and help the Eastern Star
members of Richland to form a
study club. Mrs. Whyte lives at
228-L on the corner of Torbett
and Kosciusko streets.
Circle No. 2 WSCS will meet on
Thursday, May 4 at 2 in the after
noon at the Methodist parsonage.
Mrs. J. R. Ayers left Saturday
afternoon for Walla Walla where
she will spend a week visiting at
the home of Mrs. Margaret Haw
ey.
Lt. and Mrs. .Vernon E. Scholer
are parents of a son born Thurs
day, April 20 at Mt. Vernon. The
young man weighed 5 pounds and
13 ounces and has been named
James Steven. Mrs. Scholer is a
daughter of Lt. Com. and Mrs. B.
B. Smith, of Kennewick.
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Spencer are
the parents of an 8-1b.,12-oz son
born in ?e Pasco hospital on Sat
urday, pril 22. He has been
named Stephen Lloyd. Mrs. Spen
cer is the 'former _Jean Mitchell. _
if
Mrs. Ray Stelter of Portland,
who has been visiting friends here
the past week, returned to her
home Tuesday.
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NO MATTER whether
your automobile is in stor
age or on the highway.
there are many thing that
can happen to it such as
fire, explosion, theft, etc.
Your car is more valuable
‘to you and your country
today than ever before.
Keep it insured with a
Comprehensive Automo
bile policy from this Hart
ford agency.
Harold G. Pyle
Agency
PHONE 1231
215% Kennewick Avenue
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Mrs. Roy Satford has accepted a
position in the Visger Drug.
Alma Circle met last Monday at
temoon with Mrs P. 0. Stone. Af
ter the luncheon and business
meeting bridge was played. High
score was held by Mrs. Alex
Whyte of Richland.
The Helping Hand club mem
bers of the South Highlands at
tended a shower Sunday evening
at the home of Mrs. E. Pulliam in
Pasco in honor of Yvonne Davis
Hutteball.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Gerards
announce the marriage of their
daughter Marie to Victor J. Burch,
CE.M.. U.S.N.. on April Bth in
SaRDiESOLRISf- _ _
Mrs. L. M. Keene is in Yakima
this week visiting a nephew of
her husband who is home on a
furlough. The young man, Selden
McLaughlin, has been in the field
artillery in the North African
campaign, also in Sicily and Sal
erno.
Mrs. Carl Hess and baby daugh
ter are visiting in Tacoma with
their grandmother and aunt
Season drawing to a close and we have
a good selection o!
BARRED PLYMOUTH ROCKS and
. NEW HAMPSHIRE REDS 2 weeks old
RHODE' I.SLAND RED,
BARRED PLYMOUTH ROCK and
NEW HAMPSHIRE BABY CHICKS .
WHITE_ LEGHORN PULLETS, 2 weeks old.
SPECIAL - - - THIS WEEK END: ‘
WHITE LEGHORN STRAIGHT RUN BABY CHIX sl6 PER 100
_ ' This is the last batch of Leghorn for this season!
Phone 2392 . Kennewick l]
Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Perry and
daughter Alva Lee. visited at the
Nelson Lewis home last week. Mr.
Perry is Mrs. Inwis' brother and
Mrs. Perry is a registered nurse
from Mayo Brothers clinic at Ro
chester, Minn.
Mrs. Lucie Hauschild was host
ess to two tables of bridge last Sat
urday night. Honor scores were
held by Mrs. R. E. Red and~Mrs.
G. M. Helm.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Markham re
ceived word from their son Bud
from Spokane saying that he will
leave Friday morning for San Die.
go, where he will enter the ma
rines.
Last week it stated in the paper
that Sgt. George Hernbree. who
was here visiting his mother, Mrs.
{Elizabeth Hernhree. had left to
visit his brother Walter in Kansas.
It should have said his halt-brother
Frank Roberson, instead. Walter
is still overseas and gets his mali
through an APO at New York.
The First Lutheran ladies aid
will hold a food sale Wednesday.
May 3 at Neuman's stone.
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Local Lodge Entertains
State Officers
The members of Alma Chapter
of Kennewick and Beulah Chapter
of Pasco. OES. were joint hosts
last Friday night at the official
visitation of the worthy grand
matron of the State of Was ing.
ton Mrs. Martha Churchill. and
several other grand officers. The
meeting was held in the Masonic
hall in Kennewick. Alma Chapter
opened and closed chapter, and
Beulah Chapter exemplified the
work. Three from Pasco received
the degrees and one. Mrs. G. A.
Purdy from Kennewick. Due to
the illness of worthy matron Mrs.
Lottie Lampson the meeting was
presided over by the associate
matron Mrs. Bea McDonald. _
The banquet proceeding the
meeting. held in the Methodist
church was attended by over
102 people. __ _ _ _
Fo'llb‘rifik the meeting refresh
ments of dainty sandwiches and
coffee were served in the dining
room.
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