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‘ . the Week
The Townsend club will meet
hursday evening. Nov. 3Q at the
hristian church. There Will be a‘
t luck dinner at 6:30. .
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Sprague of‘
arson, Washington, arrived Tues—
ay to spend Thanksglvmg With
is mother, Mrs. Jame McClure;
lso his brother Glen Sprague and
ister. Hazel Grant in Pasco.
Emil Albrecht and his daughter
Ind son-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Earl
. Berry arrrived here from lifes
adena Calif., Saturday “101'?ng
hey will spend the Thanksngxng
olidays at the Emil Albrecht Jr.
ome.
Henry Gattke and Mr. and Mrs.
ustav Albrecht arrived here Sun
ay morning from Rolla, North
akota. to attend the funeral _of
rs. Emil Albrecht. They are vis
iting at the Mil Albrecht Jr.
ome and will remain until after
hanks 'vin .
Mr. 316 firs. Glen Tramel of
pportunity, have bought the Earl
illiams home in the south High
ands.
Fourth Friday club will meet at
he home of Mrs. Odes Sloan at 2
.m. Friday, Nov 24. .
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Higley re
ort the arrival of a grandson,
ayne Keith, weighing nine lbs.,
n Saturday, Nov. 18. The parents
re Lt. and Mrs. Lowell Higley.
he mother and baby are now in
Bellingham. _
' Thad Grosscup is entertain
' Kennewick Bridge club at
ome Wednesday, Nov. 29,
a one o'clock luncheon.
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Bush of
isters, Oregon, visited last week
'ith Mrs. Nettie G. Templeton and
he Tewalts at Finley.
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Miller and
amily, Mr. and Mrs. Ben McGhan
nd Mrs. A. L. Van Dine of Grand
iew were week end visitors at
he home of Mr and Mrs. Willis
athbun.
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and estimates. .We can help you with FHA
priorities, With supply problems and in com
pleting the job to your satisfaction.
Consult us—we’ll be glad to talk
with you about your plans.
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Phone 2836 p 110 First Ave. East
We wish all our friends
. ‘ . A
_ * HAPPY .
THANKSGIVING! .
KEOLKER’S ‘
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Mrs. Carl Hess lett Friday for
Mississippi to be with her husband
Sgt. Carl Hess, stationed at Camp
Shelby.
Mrs. Ray Reeder and daughters
Wanda, Norma and Danna of Se
attle spent from Friday to Mon
day visiting relatives and friends
here in Kennewick.
Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Norling were
business visitors in Seattle this
week. ‘
Lt. Herbert Hewitt left Friday
to attend an army engineer per
sonnel school in Baltimore, Md.,
for 30 days. ’
Mrs. Warden Fann , and her
daughter Mona Marie Monroe left
Thursday for San Diego, Calif., to
spend two weeks with her daugh
ter and family.
Mrs. Mildred Liston left Thurs;
day evening to spend a week vis
iting her daughter Mrs. Herbert
C. Ritter in Port Angeles and her‘
mother in Seattle.
Pvt. Ronald Johns, who is tak-1
ing army specialized training at
the'Davis Mountain Field hospital,
is spending a 15-day furlough with
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. E.
Johns.
Mrs. G. H. Shanafelt. of Seattle,
is visiting at the home of her sis
ter, Mrs. R. E. Reed.
Mrs. .Gordon .Hille and baby
daughter left Thursday for Los
Angeles, where they will spend the
winter. ’
Miss Mona Morris of Seattle
was a week end guest at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Oswalt.
Mrs. Oswalt and Miss Morris were
college roogn mates. _ _ _
Marine Joe Osborne arrived in
town today and is at the home
of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe
Osborne for a short stay.
Lois Lorraine Kush S 2/c_of the
N.A.A.S., Whiting Field, Milton
Fla, spent a short furlough in Keri
newick with her parents and oth
er relatives and friends.
R. R. Mclntosh, of Spokane was
a Kennewick visitor today. Mac
operated the Richland Transfer
for many years. He has been in
Canada the past 30 days visiting
his mother.
“Dutch" Staley said: “Didja hear
what one republican said to an
other this week? ‘lt’s a long time
ltiethv‘geen postoffice buildings,
u .i ’!
Cy Miller, manager of the Roxy
theater, was a business visitor in
Olympia the first of the week.
Mr. and Mrs. Al McCoy were
business visitors in Walla Walla
Tuesday night; _ _ _
Highland Woman’s club will
meet Dec. 1, at 2 p.m. A Christ
mas program will be given by the
social committee. Hostess will be
Mrs. J. Watkins, Mrs. G. Felton,
Mrs. D. Cockle, Mrs. J. Crawford,
Mrs. J. Smith, Mrs. B. Lampson,
Mrs. G. Leber, Mrs. A. H. Jones
and Mrs. William Dennett. .
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mueller
returned to Kennewick Sunday
from Bell, California. They will
make their home on Howard street
wllere _they Bought a_ new home.
Pfc Jesse Talbee who has been‘
in New Guinea for the past year
has returned to the States. He‘
spent the past. four months in a
hospital there with malaria. He
is to enter a hospital here in the
States. ‘
Word has been received from
Leroy Desgranges that he was
promoted to corporal last month.
Leroy is on MP duty with the
1297<tih General Hospital in Eng
an .
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. House and
infant son, who have been living
in Portland, arrived last week
end to make their home with Mrs.
House’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. R.
E. Reed. 7
Elizabeth Lynn was elected
president and Billy Gravenslund
treasurer of the Donnel House
where both of, the girls are living
while they attend the university
this winter. Carol Vincent, a form
er Kennewick girl, is guest at the
Donne] house also. 7
Ralph Miller, USN, recently
completed the course for cooks
and bakers at the Navy Service
school in Treasure Island, after
spending a short leave in Kenne
wick with his wife and parents,
he returned to his company at
Shoemaker, Calif., Tuesday.
Pvt. Russel Desgranges writes
his folks that he has been in the
hospital in New Guinea the past
two months and has received no
mail since he has been there. His
hospital address is 90th Station
Hospital, Unit 1, Detachment of
Patients. APO 713 c/o PM, San
Francisco! Calif. _ _
Michael Edward Wanrow was
born October 12, 1944 in Kenne
wick, and passed away November
12, 1944 in the Pasco hospital.
He .is survived by his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Wanrow, two
sisters and one brother. Burial
was made .Tuesday, Nov. 14th with
Rev. Coan in charge._ _ _ _
Word was received here Wed
nesday morning of the death of
Mrs. Emil Albrecht, Sr., at Pasa
dena, Calif. Mrs, Albrecht had
resided in East Kennewick for 25
years, moving to California with
Mr. Albrecht in 1937. Funeral
services will be held- from the
Bethlehem Lutheran Church at
Kennewick Sunday afternoon at
2:00 o'clock.
Miss Edith Weidle, 1942 gradu—
ate of the Richland high school,
has been elected representative at
large of the Student Government
association at Central Washington
College of Education, Ellensburg.
Miss Weidle has been active in
student affairs, belonging to sev
eral social organizations on the
campus. She is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. John Weidle of
Richland.
The WalEler League of the
Bethlehem utheran Church was
host to the Walther League societ
ies of Central Washington at their
Fall rally. The Ladies Aid served
the banquet in the high school
cafeteria. There were 150 young
people and others in attendance.
Mr. Moeller, parochial school
teacher of the Lutheran school
here, was master of ceremonies.
TBenton County chapter, camp
and hospital Red Cross committee
reports a gift of sls from St. Paul’s
Guild of the Episcopal church,
used toward purchase of drapes
for the recreation room at McCaw
general hospital and another gift
of sls from the Altar Society 'of
St. Joseph’s Catholic church to
be used for the purchase of phono
graph records for McCaw.
' One of the most difficult articles
to obtain during the war time is a
key. At last we have in Kenne
wick a place to have keys made.
So the collection which accumu
lates at the printing office during
the year will probably now in
crease as people won’t be quite
so apt to call here for them after
they have been lost. The Key
shop is operated by H. B. Wood
at the Columbia Electric shop.
W. C. Muldrow, former resident
of Kennewick, where he was man-_
ager of the Columbia Irrigation
District, but now connected with
the US army engineers, was in?
Kennewick yesterday. He is mak
ing investigations concerning the}
development of the Columbia
river. He stopped off in Kenne
wick on his way back to head
quarters in Portland from a trip
to Ephrata and Quincy on the‘
Columbia Basin project. He also‘
attended the sessions in Yakima
of the Washington Reclamation
Association. He says that group
is convinced of the early con
struction of the Umatilla dam.
Deputy Master Carl Williams
has secured Henry Roberts and his
installing team of Columbia Coun
ty to install the officers of Ben-
PEO Entertains
Sunday Night at USO
The Sunday evening USO sup
per was sponsored by the PEO
ladies of Kennewick. Cake and
coffee was served. Mrs. Norman
Robbins, chairman, Mrs. W. S.
Washburn, Mrs. Lawrence Scott,
Mrs. Mark Moulton, Mrs. H. E.
Huntington, Mrs. N. E. Robbins,
and Mrs. Charles Powell, served
on the committee. 7 _
The evenings entertainment
consisted of a group of accordian
solos by Miss Holden, teacher in
Kennewick schools, and two songs
sung by Ralph Augustavo, music
instructor of the high school. He
also lead the communtiy singing
which followed the program. Mary
Goulet, the‘ regular Sunday eve
ning pianist, accompanied the
singing.
lton county at the annual Pomona
:meeting at Kiona-Benton Grange,
‘Dec. 9. Henry Roberts is overseer
of the State Grange.
The East Kennewick Woman's
club will meet next Tuesday at
ternoon at the home of Mrs. O. H.
Luddington. The roll will be
called and plans for the Christmas
party discussed. Each member is
urged to attend.
A birthday party in honor of
Mrs. S. W. Hampton was given‘
by her daughter, Mrs. O. H. Lud-j
dington, Monday.— Those pres-1
were Mr. and Mrs. Kempe, Mr.
and Mrs. Robert Norris. Mr. and
Mrs. Jess Pain, Mr. and Mrs. H.
Burfiend, and Mrs. H. Hansen.
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, 8:00 p. M. to mo A. M. Daily ;
. ' ARCADE FEATURE -
‘ ' Amusement Devices ‘
Photo Studio ’, ' i
‘ Counters For Novelties And Jewelry i}
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- On Highway in Kennewick Opposite White Kitchen 1
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WSCS will hold a bazaar and
cooked food sale in the Methodist
church parlor Qec.. Mrs. J. R.
Sfilm's is in charge of the food
e.
Kennewick lodge, F. 8: A. M..
will observe its annual home com
ing of past masters Wednesday.
Nov. 29. 1944. at 8 pm. at the
Masonic hall. The 3rd degree
will be conferred by an all past
masters team.
Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Babcock and
daughter left yesterday afternoon
for a week-end in Victoria. ‘
Current Events department will
meet at the home of Mrs. J. B.
Slaugenhaupt on Kennewick Ave
nue tomorrow (Friday) afternoon.
E. W. Tnenbath. former Ken
newick business man. now g spe
cial agent for a large insurance
company, was a Kennewick visitor
Tuuday. He was a guest of the
local Kiwanis club.
The annual meeting of the Twin
City Golf club will be held at the
high school building at 7:30 next
Tuesday evening. Election of oi
iicers will be the principal busi
ness to be transacted. All mem
bers are requested to be present.
Highland Sewing club met with
Mrs. Albert Morgan Tuesday;
Plans were made for the Christ
mas partyto beheld at the home
3234:: Clarence Sonderman on
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Kennewick Courier-Reporter 5
Thursday. November 23. 1944
The Weather
L There are people who liked the
\kind of weather we‘ve been having
the past week. but it's been too
cold for those of us who came
heme largely to miss cold weather.
Mr. Morgan's data given below
illustrate: what the brand was:
19!! November 1944
37-83 no 29-23
”~34 17 33-27
“46 18 34-30
55-36 19 34-32
45-33 20 35-30
36-8. 2l 38-28
«41 22 28-

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