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Thaw!”- January 13. 1945
Littlg STORIES OF THE WEEK
The members of the United
Spanish War veterans and auxil
tar! enjoyed a pot luck dinner
during its installation meeting on
Jan. 12. The auxiliary made ar
rangements to serve the Sunday
evening refreshments at the USO.
on Jan. 21. Plans were also made
for a ruminage sale to be held
January 26 and 27 in the annex
of the Christian church at Pasco.
Mrs. C. L. Holcomb writes from
Seattle that her son Lee appre
ciates the Courier-Reporter more
than ever since he now is about
50 miles from the Arctic Circle
and it is normally around 40 be
low and they enjoy 4 hours of
daylight Gail?-
Mrs. G. K. Bolon had as dinner
guests Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Obil
Shattuck of Richland.
Mrs. L. Sloan and daughter
Carol of Yakima spent the week
end in Kennewick with friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Oliver and
small son left Saturday morning
for San Rafael, Calif., where Jack
is stationed with the army air
transport service.
The Mukkinneunk camp fire
girls received their membership
cards when they met January 14,
2'; with their guardian, Mrs.
11.
JMrs. Allen Hopkins of Seattle
came last Thursday for a visit
at the home of her aunt and
uncle, Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Reed.
Mr. and Mrs. Clark Mank, old
time residents of Kennewick, came
down from Wenatehee the first
of the week to attend the House
funeral
Gene Shanafelt and his mother,
Mrs. Mae Shanafelt, drove over
from Seattle Monday to attend the
funeral of Mrs. J. L. House. She
is an aunt, and wage pioneer resi
dents of Kennewick.
Mrs. William Losses is the first
to report little chickens this year,
she having had a setting hatched
out the first of this month.
Jim Mokler is in Kennewick for
the next 15 days visiting his par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Mokler.
Jim’s ship was with the Philip
pine invasion.
Jack Ray is spending a 7-day
leave with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Ed. Ray. He has been on ac
tive duty in the Pacific for the
past year.
D' d Dance
IN BEAUTIFUL SURROUNDINGS
SUNDAY DINNERS
AFI‘ERNOON TEAS -
EVENING DATES . . .
For every occasion we provide the proper atmosphere
yherher it's a Golden Anniversary or a First Date.
. GOOD FOOD
QUICK SERVICE
. ' MODERATE PRICES
COMPLETE 5-9 COURSE DIN NERS
AT $1.25, $2.00 AND $3.00
For Reservations Phone Kennewick 2396
Tops in Entertainment
with '
LORETTA BISHOP
Faméus Accordiqnist and Singer
The Ranch Club
Route 2, Opposite Golf Course, Kennewick
Open Daily and Sunday 6 p.m. to 1 a.mi
CLOSED MONDAYS
‘ A
Anton R. Boettcher, manager
for the Social Security field office
in Yakima, was in Kennewick last
Friday.
Donald R. Rokkan arrived in
town Saturday to spend a 15-day
furlough. Donald is an aviation
student and is in training at the
Carlsbad Army Air field, Carls
bad, New Mexico.
Julia Gallaway and Robert Bus;
lach spent last week in Billings,
Mont, visiting Mrs. Callaway’s
sister, Mrs. O. S. Whitt, who is
recovering after a recent opera
tion.
There will be a Townsend social
and pot-luck dinner at the Episco
pal church in Pasco, corner Lewis
and Bth streets, Jan. 23, at 7:30
p.m., also John Lane, a speaker
from Yakima will be present.
The Current Events club will
meet with Mrs. O. W. Engels Fri
day, Jan. 26, at 2 p.m.
Mrs. R. H. Perkins returned
from Spokane Wednesday after
visiting with her daughter, Bar
bara, a cadet at Sacred Heart Hos
pital. On Saturday evening a
party was given at the home of
Mrs. Ruby Bouton, announcing
the engagement of Barbara to
Cpl. Charles Elsworth of Cleve
land. Ohio.
The Pink and Green club will
meet Thursday, Jan. 25, at 2 p.m..
with Mrs. A. R. McCamish, 820
Alder street. At the last meeting,
the following officers were elected
for the ensuing year: President,
Mrs. Tella Winkenwerder; vice
president, Mrs. Ola Shields; sec
retary, Mrs. Alice ' Ayers; treas
urer, Mrs. Ora Dickinson.
Mrs. C. C. Carman of Portland,
Ore., was in Kennewick Tuesday
looking after property interest.
George Tuttle of Anatone is a
business visitor in Kennewick this
week.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Bennett of
oWhite Swan were guests of rel
atives on Monday and Tuesday
and attended the 1.0.0. F. installa
tion Monday night.
Leßoy Lewis, small son of Mr.
and Mrs. Leslie .Lewis is very
ill in the Pasco hospital.
T.Sgt Jim Reed and Mrs. Reed‘
arrived in Kennewick this morn-‘
ing from Sioux City, lowa, to
lspend 15 days with his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Reed.
East Kennewick Womans club
meets Tuesday, January 23 with
Mrs. George Anderson. ,
Kennewick Highlands Grange
will meet Thursday evening, Jan.
25. The Finley degree team will
initiate in the first and second de
grees. All members who have
not seen these degrees exempli
fied are especially urged to be
there. Any other Grange having
candidates for these degrees is in
vited to bring them.
Members of St. Elizabeth’s Altar
Society held their regular meeting
at the home of Mrs. Steve Zahn
Thursday. The business meeting
was in charge of the following new
officers:
President, Mrs. E. L. Bingaman:
vice president, Mrs. John Citron;
secretary, Mrs. Jesse W. Love;
treasurer, Mrs. R. Schmitt. Re
tiring officers are: President, Mrs.
A. E. Parlier; vice president, Mrs.
G. Lieber; secretary - treasurer,
Mrs. Clement Cejka. After the
business meeting a bridal shower
was held for Mrs. Lawrence Weltz,
after which refreshments were
served. The next meeting will
be held Feb. 1. Mrs. George Pick
ering and Miss Frances Crowley
were accepted as new members.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Roberson are
the proud parents of an eight
pound son born Tuesday, Jan. 16,
and named him James Maynard.
Honoring the state regent, Mrs.
David M. Dentsch of Seattle, the
Kennewick D.A.R. held a special
meeting January 15 at the Ar
row Grill. In her talk to the mem
bers Mrs. Dentsch urged them to
do all they could for the war ef
fort, especially in buying war
bonds.
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Reed are
spending a few days in Seattle
with Mrs. Reed’s sister Mrs. Mae
Shanafelt.
Mrs. Frank Henager of YakiJ
ma was in Kennewick Monday to‘
attend the funeral of Mrs. J. L 3
House. \
David McCalmant, Sl/c, return-j
ed to Seattle Tuesday after spend-1
ing the week end with his par—‘
ents Mr. and Mrs. Ralph McCal-|
mant.
A candlelight tea will be held
IWednesday afternoon January 24
lat the USO building in Pasco for
all women of Kennewick, Pasco
‘and Richland who have volunteer
ed ‘their services and who are in
terested in the USO’s program for
the future. The meeting will be
gin promptly at 2:30. Chaplain
McGennis of the Pasco Naval Air
Station will address the group
during the program.
Mrs. K. C. Gifford is in Walla
Walla today visiting her son lst
Lt. Kit L. Gifford who is now
in the McCaw hospital. Lt. Gif
ford was awarded the Purple
Heart.
Cpl. Lawrence P. Hawkins left
Saturday for Santa Barbara, Calif.
after spending 21 days at the
homes of his sisters Mrs. R. S.
Kelso and Miss Margaret Haw
kins.
Mrs. Howard Lincoln of Top
penish and Leo Hawkins of Ta
coma visited with their brother
Cpl. Lawrence Hawkins last week.
Tuesday evening the DES ini
tory work for Mrs. Nellie Sherry
and Ernest Sherry was put on by
past matron and patrons who were
honored guests at a dinner served
preceeding the regular meeting.
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IF YOU expect to be paid‘
for damage to your home,‘
your household goods, or}
your, automobile, be surel
to get your insurance be-1
fore a loss ‘occurs.
Better have all your in
surance checked now by
this Hartford agency.
Fraternal Order of Eagl
Harold G. Pyle
Agency
PHONE 1231
[2151/2 Kennewick Avenue
THE KENNEWICK COURIER-REPORTER
Alma Circle will meet with Mrs.
Elsie Knowles at her apartment in
the Havstad building Monday,
January 22nd for a 1:30 dessert
luncheon.
Mrs. A. B. Buchanan left Tues
day to spend three weeks with
her husband who is in the navy
and stationed at Livermore, Calif.
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Bird were
guests Tuesday night at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. George Bird.
W. P. Stapleton, agricultural
development agent for Northern
Pacific railway, was a visitor in
town Tuesday evening.’ While
here, he conferred with mem
bers of the lii-rigation Committee
relative to the Kennewick High
line project.
The Kennewick Needle clubs
meet with Mrs. I. N. Mueller
Friday afternoon, January 19th.
Bob Jackson Sl/c, left Sunday
for 29 Palms, Calif, where he is
stationed with the navy air aux
iliary school. His brother Pvt.
Joe Jackson, from Ft. Lewis was
at home also. They are sons of
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Jackson.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Richmond
were in Sunnyside Thursday.
Rev. and Mrs. Luvaas
Celebrate Anniversary
The Reverend and Mrs. Paul
Luvaas were surprised at their
home on Kennewith avenue Fri
day evening, January 12, by
friends and members of the Eng
lish Lutheran church, the occasion
being their silver wedding anni
versary.
About eight in the evening a
procession, headed by Melvin Gla
saw, carrying a four tiered wed
ding cake, decorated with silver
balls, doves, a silver arch with
bells, and surrounded by stacks
of silver dollars, came marching
in. Following, were over sixty
friends and members of the con
gregation.
There was an informal program
followed by a social evening. Re
freshments were brought and
served by the women guests.
The Silver Wedding cake, baked
by Mrs. Melvin Glasaw, will be
served at the next meeting of the
Lutheran Ladies Aid, January
18th.
Out of town guests were Mr. and
w E WANT to fill this page with good newsy items every week.
. You can help us. When you know an item of interest. tell
us about it personally. or by phone—we'll appneciate it. Our tele
phone is One-Double-One.
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Mrs. Norman Luvaas and family
of Pomray, Mrs. P. A. Bue. also
of Pomray, brother and sister of
Rev. Luvaas, and daughter, Mrs.
Jack Medlor of San Francisco.
whose husband Lt. (113.) Jack Med
lar is with the navy overseas.
Jessica Luvaas. sister of Rev.
Luvaas, and his brother Norman,
were also present at the Luvaas
wedding in Spokane twenty-five
years ago. .
Mrs. Fred Mills, of the river
road, entertained Sunday with a
birthday dinner in honor of Mrs.
A. I. Smith’s, and her own birth
day. They have celebrated to
gether the past several years. Mrs.
Smith's birthday being the 13th
and Mrs. Mill’s the 16th.
Commodore Harry Seigler and
wife, (the °former Marie Larri
more), of Hawii, arrived in Ken
newick last Wednesday to visit
friends and relatives
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mills were
in Walla Walla on business Mon
day. A
Kennewick’s climate has people
wondering if it’s June in January.
There are reports of puss willows,
roses and various fruit trees bud
ding out. New residents from
colder states, think its a nice place
to live if this is what we call
Winter!
Hono—lul—u_Couple
Visits Here
Locust Grove Lt. Com. and
Mrs. Harry Sigleer recently of
Honolulu were house guests of
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Smith and
visited with Mr. and Mrs. B. K.
Safford. They accompanied Mr.
and Mrs. Gunner Horvas Sunday
to their home 'in Lewiston. Mrs.
Sigleer was the former Marie
Laramore.
Jackie Owens, who has been ill
the past month was able to return
to her school Monday.
Mrs. Mart Foisy of Richland and
Mrs. E. E. Meeker of Sunnyside
were guests Friday of Mrs. R. K.‘
Safford. ‘
The Locust Grove Women's club{
met Tuesday with Marie Smith,‘
Edith Smith. acted as the as-1
sistant hostess. Fifteen members
were present to enjoy a delicious
one o'clock luncheon. The regular
business was cancelled to intro.
duce Mrs. Gladys Bolon, county
extension leader. Mrs. Bolon gave
an interesting and beneficial talk
on house dresses and aprons suit
able to work around the home.
She spoke of the Demonstration
day to be held at the Highland
club house on Monday, Januarv
29th. The meeting will start at
10 in the morning and continue
through to four in the afternoon,
the Highlands Grange ladies to
serve a 12 o'clock luncheon. Marie
Smith will act as representative
[or L. G. club and explain the
maer advantages of a utility
room. The all day meeting should
be interesting to the farmers as
many home-made time-saving in
ventions will be on display and
explained.
The Mystery Sister program is
to be carried on for the next year
and each member drew new
names. The unveiling of last year’s
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“Mystery" will be held in March
’with tentative plans for a banquet.
The February meeting will be
held with Mildred Heberlein with
Nora Glispey assisting.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Nicason
and daughters. Kathryn and Vera,
and Miss Velma McCamish spent
last week-end visiting Mr. and
Mrs. Everett Lyerell in Van
eouver.
Gene Pruett was a guest Mon
day of Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Simme
link.
Bill Grenn Family
Entertains Friends
Hover—Mr. and Mrs. Bill Grenn
entertained a few friends at her
home last Thursday evening: Mr.
and Mrs. Bafus. Mr. and Mrs. H.
Hampton, Mr. and Mrs. Wilcox,
Mr. and Mrs. A. Gilmore, Mr. and
Mrs. F. Donnelly, Mr. and Mrs.
Lawton.
Mrs. Harry Hampton went to
Lewiston Sunday to visit her
mother, Mrs. Hannai‘ord, returning
to her home Monday.
The Fourth Wednesday club
will meet Wednesday, Jan. 21,
with Mrs. Lucke at a pot-luck
dinner. '
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