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W NBBI, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harley Neel, is visiting m‘ Spokane at the home of her ml. and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Eddie John. son. \ . Mrs. Harley Neel and small daughter Janice expect to leave Sunday for Valley where they .wm visit with frinds. They willmp in Spokane and pick up Mai-Img Neel and she will accompany them ‘ to Valley. Mr. and Mrs. George Kissick entertained with a dinner Sundays honoring Mr. and Mrs. Harley Neel on their 14th anniversary. Present were the Neel children, Stanley, Billie and Janice, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Nicoson and sons and Mr. and Mrs. A. R. McCamish, Velma and Harold. Mrs. Kissick and Mrs. Neel are cousins. Mrs. F. M. Carmen is visiting her daughter Mrs. J. A. Winemill er. She came here from Pullman where she visited her sister. Mrs. Roger Records and her son Roger Mike, her neice Ruth Ann Johnson and her brother Laﬁe Goodn igh eltfHuhsdratl234s666 Goodnight left Thursday for a combined business and pleasure trip to Spokane. They returned the first of the week. Warde Larsen, who received his ical discharge from the army June 27th, is expected home ' Mrs. Mark Brown left by plane Thursday for Camp Lee, Virginia, where she will be with her hus. band. Hark has been in the camp ‘hospital for the past two weeks. Richland “Evacuees” will hold a picnic at Prosser, July 9th. Bring your lunch and stay all day. Mrs. G. M. Helm, who has~been in Seattle visiting her daughter, Mrs. Johnnie Rutherford and fam ily spent several days in the hospi tal suffering from pleurisy. She ' much improved and expects be home Saturday. The Twin City Navy Mothers lub will meet Wednesday, July sth at 8 o’clock in the Methodist all in Puma. Miss Stella North, who taught in e Kennewick school for the pe “ad of 1923-26 is in town this eel: visiting with Mrs. T. W. ayne. Miss North teaches music ' the Yakima grades. BRIDGEVIEW INN Open under new management! \ from 5:00 p.m. to 12 :00 p.m. , Specializing in family style CHICKEN DmNERS AND STEAKS Due to insistent demands ' ' , MAYOR A. C. AMON ' ' oi Kennewick ', . has consented to become a candidate for ON THE REPUBLICAN TICKET _ at the July 11 primary. If you favor his candidacy, based on his city record of economy (within reason), efficiency and his forward-looking attitude— ‘ BE SURE TO WRITE IN HIS RAM: in the proper space’on the ballot REMEMBER—Amon’s name Will not be printed on the Primary ballot YOU MUST WRITE IT IN! Mrs. W. .S. Washburn, who has‘ been in the Deaconess hospital in‘ spokane, is expected home Sun ay. Mrs. Elmer Smith of Yakima is seriously ill in the St. Elizabeth hospital. Mrs. Smith is a former Highlands hesident. The Kennewick nursery school and extended day care program has made a minor change in the matter of fees charged. The charge per child in either program is $3 per week,_ payable sin ad vance. The nursery and extended. day care services are open from 6 mm. to 6 p.m., Monday through Saturday. There are 27 children enrolled and we hope many more will take advantage of this splen did program. The nursery school ages 2 through 5, is located in the administration building of the Fed eral Housing Project and the ex tended day care is located in the high school. ‘ Mr. and Mrs. Walt Desgranges have received a letter from their son, Leroy, saying he has arrived in England and that he likes it fine. Leroy is an MP in the med ical corps and is following in his dad’s footsteps as Walt was an MP in France and Germany. in :World War I. ‘ , Russel Desgranges, son of Mr. and Mrs. Walt Desgranges, writes from New Guinea that he is fine and was having a little rest while his “cat” was being repaired. He states that driving “eat” sure beats walking. Cpl. Loren R. Aman visited his wife and baby daughter this week. Aman was transferred recently to Corvalis, Ore. Before that he was stationed in San Diego, Calif. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Amon were hosts at their home to about 20 on the 4th of July. A picnic din ner, croquet, horseshoe and cards were enjoyed during the afternoon and evening. . Mrs. C. F. Winkenwerder left Wednesday for a visit with rela tives in Ritzville. Mrs. Emma Hanson and Mrs. Nancy Atterbury from Pasco will be hosts to the Past Noble Grands club of Kennewick and Pasco next Monday afternoon at the park. A pot-luck dinner will be served at one o’clock. All past noble grands are invited to attend. gayf fig ﬂﬂ‘mﬁ/ BIIY MORE “I“ IEWRE I Mr. and Mrs? Joe Allen and dau'ghter, Leatha .of Seattle, are spending the week with her moth. er, Mrs.’ Elsie Walters. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hamlin of Walla Walla spent the 4th at the‘Walters home. Mrs. Hamlin and Mrs. Walters are sisters. . ' .Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Mcßee and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Beste and their families enjoyed a picnic at Sacajawea Park on the 4th. - Miss Alberta Gostaad of Bell ingham is visiting this summer with her aunt and uncle Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Mcßee. Mr. and Mrs. Warren E. John son and son of Connell visited with Mrs. Johnson’s mother, Mrs. Ethel. DuSair last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Dorothy were hosts to a family dinner on the 4th. 'Those present were Mr. and Mrs. E. J.‘ Christian and two boys and Miss Arm Mcßee. ‘ The small daughter of Mr.‘ and Mrs. Harry Owens met with a serious accident last week-end. While her parents were cleaning the garage, a dynamite cap was dropped in some way and picked up by the child. Holding the cap in her left hand she hit it with a hammer causing it to explode. It was necessary to remove part of three fingers on the left hand and the injury to the child’s abdomen has not yet been decided. The doctor, however, does ndt think the powder burns will cause any serious trouble. A. W. Walker is resigning his position as chairman of the mile— age panel of the local War Price and Rationing Board after two and one-half years of service. He has accepted the position of reception ist in the office of the board. Mrs. Don F. Cresswell, who has been making her home in Portland for the past several years has .moved back to Kennewick and is living in her home on Kennewick Avenue. -Mrs. Cresswell is one of the pioneers of Kennewick; Mrs. Ray Normile is in the Pasco hospital following an emergency operatidn last Tuesday night. She is recovering satisfactorily. Mrs. Mary McKenzie of Port land is‘ visiting her sister, Mrs. Angus Doyle and her niece Mrs. Gerald Britton. , . A son weighing 8% pounds was born July 3rd in the Pasco hos pital to Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Hutte ball. He has been named Gary Ray. Mrs. Hutteball is the former Yvonne Davis. The ydung man’s father is in the tank amps stiﬂe where in England. YOUR STAKE IN THE FUTURE Mrs. 'James Green and small son of Seattle are visiting at the home of her husband’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Green. They are on their way home after having vis ited friends in Walla Walla. Misses Inga Otheim, Margaret Hawkins and Herbert Lenz left Saturday for Tollgate where they met a party of friends and spent the 4th at Cabin Troheim. They returned Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Gerards received notice from Washington, D.C., that their son Henry had been taken prisoner by the Ger mans. No details were given but the telegram stated that other in formation would follow. Henry was a lieutenant in the air corps, and his APO number was from New York. Mr. and Mrs. John Kinkaid and Robert and Elice of Walla Walia visited with John’s mother, Mrs. M. S. Kinkaid and his sister, Mrs. Leroy Kratzer last Sunday. “ In By-Gone Days Being Items Called from Our Files of Ten, Twenty, Thirty and Forty Years Ago. ~ THIRTY YEARS AGO The work of raising funds for the fourth annual Columbia River Valley Grape Carnival started this week with H. J. Claussen, E. W. Trenbath and G. A. Kjosness in charge of the subscription list. The business men will again be asked to get back of a guarantee fund. The carnival dates are to be Sept. 17, 18 and 19. ' R. L. Banta of the Garden Tracts this morning received from the Kennewick Fruit Exchange 3 check for $1162.20 in payment for this yeax’s crop from two acres of cherries. ‘ “Crops are looking ﬁne,” said J. B. Brown, one of the “Little Mis souri” wheat farmers in the lower Horse Heaven. “Crops are Evok ing fine,” said W. _C. Tram we of the pioneer hill farmers or sl. Wellington district. “Crops are fine,” is the word that is coming in from all sections of the Horse Heaven country this year. TWENTY YEARS AGO In spite of every effort to com bat moss and other water weed growth it has been found necess ary to shut off the irrigation water for a few days and let the an do the work of extermination. The Three Rivers Growers ship ped the first car of early potatoes last week. The shipment was to Pocatello, Idaho, at SBO a ton. The bulk of the cantaloupe crop of Central Washington will be sold this year through a growers’ co operative organization with head quarters at Kennewick with Lee M. Lampson as sales manager. TEN YEARS AGO We have a display at the Cour ier ofﬁce of a can of strawberries. An attractive label on the can in dicates that it contains the famous Wray Red variety grown and put up by Horace Wray. The process ing was done in the Kennewick Custom Cannery. Mr. Wray is at temping to solve the berry prob lem as faced by the local growers by putting up the pack. Further down the Columbia a considerable portion bf the ~berry crop is pro cessed, the growers receiving prac tically as much for their cannery product as they get for the fresh berries. The Legion Auxiliary met Wed-l nesday evening in the chamber of! commerce rooms. The election of ‘ ofﬁcers was held resulting in Ella: Ann Linn being elected prosident;[ Hazel Oliver, vice president; Ida 1 Stone, second vice president; Lela Hatch, secretary; Catherine Dren-I nen, Sgt-at-Arms; Bea Behrman, historian and Margaret O’Hearn, chaplain. All details for the big Fourth of July celebration next Wednesday seem to have been taken care of when the various committees met this week. There will be some thing doing from 10 o’clock in the lmorning until midnight. ' Franklin Alexander—Philadelphia Bulletin Neil Lampson who has been taking otticers training at Dem ing, New Mexico, is expected home Friday to spend a ten-day furlough. Mrs. Lampson has re cently moved into their new home in ’Pasco. _ Pvt. LeGrand 'l‘. Mangus, bro ther of Mrs. Ward Despain of Ken newick was wounded on the sec ond day of the invasion, Mrs. Des paih learned this week. Her bro ther' was a paratrooper and was injured after he had landed in France with the US. troops. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Beste, Mr. and Mrs. Warden Farm and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Reed spent the 4th of July on the Reed lawn where a pot luck lunch was served in the afternoon and cards played 'in the evening. ' On Wednesday, July sth, Mrs. Emil Behrman, Mrs. Warden Farm and Mrs. Ralph Reed surprised Mrs. Frank Beste honoring her birthday. The guests brought a birthday cake and bridge was played during the evening. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Gerards and their son, Harold, and his wife, left Sunday for LaGrande, Ore., to visit two other sons, Waldo and Ralph. 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That’s more than 5....“ depended on YOU! FOR IT . SIOO in cash from every wage- v DOES! . m (me - nuv mm mm mom I . o was Lavelle Burnett Dixon and Robert Washburn were married in Spokane on Saturday, July lst. Bob is.the son of Mr. and Mrs. W. 8. Washme and is in the navy and is stationed at Farragut. Idaho. His mother who has been in a hospital in Spokane was able to attend the ceremony. Miss Donna Adams. Lyle Neff and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Tweedt enjoyed a picnic and swimming party the 4th at the Neff beach on the Snake river. Mrs. I. N. Mueller spent two days this week visiting with two of her daughters, Mrs. Ruth Mc- Clelland and Mrs. Anna Marie Luders in Walla Walla. W 0 ME N WA N T E D for night shift at local cannery, processing vitally needed Food products. 6 to 3 shitt Men wanted also. Apply at K en n e wi c k Canning" Co. ‘Nesdsy visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Grimshsw were Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Grtmshsw and Lon Dean. Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Buﬂcorn and son Sidney, and Barbara and Jerry Grimshsw who are spending the week with their grandparents. Mrs. Ward Despain and two children returned this week from a two weeks visit with her par ents. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Man us, at Bountiful. Utah. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Ruffcorn, Lon Lidney and Mrs. J. W. Grim shaw with grand chlidren visited Tuesday, July 4th. at the home 02 Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Ruffcorn in Prescott. Sidney remained for a weeks visit with his grandparents.