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3 he Week
Harry Benson was a business
'isitor in Hover Monday,
Mrs. H. T. Galbraith has been
uite ill the past week.
Urban Keolker was 11 Tacoma
isiness visitor .the first of the
eek. '
Lt. Kit L. Gifford was home
mday. He was on his Way to
s new assignment at Kearney,
ebr. He has finished his train
g at Alexandria, La.. as bomb
dier and is now going to be
signed to a B-17.
Put in Your '
YEAR'S COAL NOW!
while you oan gel quality
coal without any red tape
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If Your Credit is Good—We Can Arrange 6
Months Terms.
“STANDARD LUMBER CD.
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TUB PLEASURE AND HEALTH
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BOWLING ALLEY
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SATURDAY EVENING. AUGUST 5
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Come in and see Kennewick's newest
entertainment establishment
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Herb Henne, Prop. 118 Kenn. Ave.
'l‘-Sgt. and Mrs. Norman Guyer
left Thursday morning for March
Field, Calif. ’
Mrs. R. E. Reed, wholvisited her
daughter, Margaret, in Portland,
last week returned Monday night.
Mrs. Bob Mills is spending most
of the month visiting relatives in
Portland.
Mrs. M. G. Helm has accepted
a position in the telephone office
in Hanford.
F. A. Cushman of Portland, and
Marion Russell of this city were
united in marriage at the Baptist
parsonagé on Saturday morning.
Immediate relatives witnessed the
ceremony. The newlyweds will
travel for some time.
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Mrs. C. E. Ridley left this week
for Wyoming where she expects to
spend some time visiting relatives
and friends.
.Mrs. W. F. Brooks is reported
to be very ill. The family has
sent for the son, Harold, who is
in the service.
Mrs. Urban Keolker and son
Ronny are visiting in Spokane
with relatives. They expect to
return Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Richmond
and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Craver re
turned Monday night from a vaca
tion spent at Bingham Springs.
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Ragain
are helping out in the store this
week while Mr. and Mrs. Beste
are taking a vacation.
Mr. and Mfs. Robert F. Grim
shaw have purchased the Glen
side Market in Yakima and are
busy getting §ettled.
Emery Amon and son Lloyd
visited at the Mclntyre home
Saturday evening where they went
fishing with real good luck.
Mrs. C. F. Winkenwerder left
Thursday for Seattle where she
will visit relatives and friends for
a couple of weeks.
Mrs. »A. W. Newell of Seattle
has been a guest this week in the
home of Rev. and Mrs. J. B.
Coan on Dayton street. Mrs.
Ne‘well is a sister of Mrs. Coan.
Cpl. and Mrs. Gordon Hille are
the parents of a daughter, Judith
Colleen, born Sunday in the Pasco
hospital. Mrs. Hille will be re
membered as Marie Liston.
Kenneth Campbell, son of Mr.
and Mrs. A. W. Campbell, left
Tuesday night for Salt Lake City
where he will receive training in
the army air force.
Mrs. Terrance Taylor and
daughter Mary ' were week end
guests at the home of Terry’s
parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Tay
lor.
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Welker of
Lewiston, Idaho, arrived Monday
to visit with Mrs. Welker’s par
ents Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kuh. They
left for their home Saturday.
Little Douglas 'Pasche and
Henry Otte celebrated their birth
days last Thursday evening at
the Al Zarndt home with a pot
luck dinner on the lawn.
Judge Winkenwerder left wed
nesday evening for Spokane to
attend a judge meeting. He ex,-
pects to return tonight (Thurs
day. .
Mrs. Elsie Walters left Thurs
day noon- for Seattle where she
will visit her daughter Mrs. Joe
Allen and family and her son
Harry and family. .
Mrs. Mae Vibber entertained
the Entre Nous club last Wednes
day night. Due to vacations only
one table of the club members at
tended and one table of guests.
Mrs. Frank Beste carried off the
honors for the club and Mrs.
Frank Green for the guests.
Kennewick Courier-Reporter 5
Thursday, August 3, 1944
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Mrs. Julia Hume and brother,
Joe Reichenbach spent the week
end in Seattle visiting the Misses
Betty Jones, Norma Pulliam and
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Witham and
family.
The local Townsend club will
meet Thursday, Aug. 10, at 6:30 in
the Park where they will enjoy a
pot-luck supper. The business
meeting will follow immediately
after the dinner. All members are
urged to be present.
Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Belair went
to Yakima Sunday where they vis
ited relatives. Mr. Belair's sister,
Mrs. Porter, received injuries from
a fall last week but they found her
improving.
Sgt. Wesley Brown, who is sta
tioned at'Fort Bliss, Tex., is home
on a 10—day furlough, visiting his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bryson
Brown and other relatives and
friends.
Miss Doreen Higley, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Higley
graduated from a Spokane beauty
school last week. Her mother and
sister Patricia were in Spokane
for the graduation and they all
returned to their home Sunday.
Doreen; expects to be employed
in the Crescent Beauty Shop in
Pasco in the near future. -
UNDER NEW ' ‘
MANAGEMENT
The
Help Yoursell
Laundry
located at Bates Trailer
Camp, opposite White
Kitchen, in Kennewick
Now Open for Business
from 7 to 7 Daily ‘
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