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SE: 19, 1930
AMUSEMENTS
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0!! the bill with TILL WE
AGAIN which is a good
In!“ war drama, there is the
M mmung March of Time,
“all”. Pathe News which shows
w n“! demonstrating its new
flfl bomb: an ammunition ship
when; at sea; and the chris-
W of the biggest warship in
the my], the carrier "Midway."
Wall!“ Beery fan§ will chuckle
”(I am at the folbles and ad
venture“ of a former robber
bunco man: Here is wes
mumbdram garmshed e‘(llvith ap
plgyers, spic with
WW" story, and mounted
with customary MGM expertness.
Mr!- parkington is Louis Brom
w.. popular novel, cut to the
M talents of Greer Garson
and Walter Pidgeon. It’s a tale
of love and wealtp and power in
which love is triumphant. It is
”Manny set m heavy Victor
“. and vibrant]! acted by a large
”a impressive cast. It is warm,
“minced and humorous.
’ An opportunity to get complete
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THE ALL SCHOOL .
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Sponsored by Our Local P. T. A. '
CLEVER HOME-SPUN ENTERTAINMENT
For The Whole Family
April 21 -- - Kennewick '
8:00 P. M. . HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUM
- Evening Admission: SI.OO ,
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PI.AYI. AN D ‘
Friday and Saturday Nights
from Pasco and Kennewick
Bus Will Leave Pasco at 9 P. M.
Watch for schedule of regular bus service
dlrect to Playland from Kennewick. Pasco
and Richland via Inter City Bus Lines.
ROXY
“This Above All” is one of the
quality films produced by 20th
Century Fox, starring Tyrone
Power and Lynn Fontaine. The
locale is London during the blitz
of 1941. It is a long story, pos
sessed also of breadth and depth
and affords opportunities for the
expert cast to achieve moments of
emotional intensity which capture
and hold the observer.
“Naughty Marietta” is the
screen version of the Victor He:-
bert operetta, with Jeanette Mac-
Donald and Nelson Eddy in the
principal roles. It is a treat for
those who appreciate better music
and songs well sung. In it is the
beautiful number “Ah, Sweet
Mystery," and “Neath the South
ern Moon.” Naughty Marietta is
an hour of unadulterated pleasure.
The story concerns a rebellious
princess from the court of Louis
XV who runs aways to America
disguised as her maid and falls
in love with a young colonist who
rescues her from pirates. Frank
Morgan and ,Elsa Lancaster figure
prominently in the cast of the
romantic comedy.
SPORTS
‘ Pasco defeated Kennewick in
the first big game of the season
ill 3 t: score of 8-3 last Friday, April
The battery for Pasco was
Foxley, Pierce, Sullivan and Du
;annd. For Kennewick, Perkins' and
a .
This Friday, April 20th at 3:30
p- m. the Kennewick Lions will
’play Sunnyside, in the second
game of the season. -
‘ The tennis team under the
direction of Miss Moe journeys
to Sunnyside‘to play that team.
This is the first year that there
has been any school tennis.
The track team goes to Top-‘
penish to participate in the track
meet there on April 20th. ' ‘
King’s Men Take Three
In Bowhng Tournament
Marked by an absence of high
scores the King’s Men took three
straight from the Fiddlers in the
regular Monday night bowling
tournament. Henne’s 198 and 556
were high in both brackets. Ev
erett Dague was high man for
the losers with 494.
The scores: Fiddlers. Dague 494,
Allen 479, Behrman 387, Coates
386, total 1748; King’s Men, Van
derbilt 385, Tuve 503, Henne 558,
Langworthy 428, total 1872.
\ Finley
SAILOR VISITS
L. W. Gilmore,- who has spent
18 months in the South Pacific,
and his wife, Edith, SK2/c, who
is also in the service and stationed
in New Orleans, visited with Gil
more’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ar
vil Gilmore and brother and fam
ily, Mr. and Mrs. Winfield Gil
more a few days, and left for
New Orleans Monday.
John Perkins spent a few days
last week visiting his sister, Bar
bara, in Spokane, also other rela
tives. He returned home Sunday.
Mrs. Fred Brodbeck accom
panied friends to Walla Walla
Monday. ;
ATTEND POMONA
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Nunn, Mr.
and Mrs. J. R. Ayers, Mr. and Mrs.
George Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. E.
Sherry, ‘Mrs. Irene Hughes, Mrs.
Earl Meyers, Mrs. A. Lucite, Mrs.
William Hampton, Mr- and Mrs.
Harmon Wilcox, Mrs. Lula Hamp
ton, Mrs. Gladys Bolon, Mrs.
Arnold, Eva Rose Nunn,” of Fin
ley Grange attended Benton Coun
ty Pomona Grange at Horse Heav
en Saturday. _
Mrs. Jesse Lande and daughter
Betty Ann who spent a few days
in Portland visiting friends, re
turned home Thursday. .They also
visited Lt. Orin Lande, who is in
the Barnes hospital in Vancouver,
[while they were away.
DAUGHTER IIJ. .
‘ Mrs.‘ Winifred Beall was a vis
itor in Walla Walla Wednesday
where she went “to visit her
daughter, Marie, who is confined
ttg the Blue Mountain Sanatorium
ere.
Mrs. F. E. masters, who is
teaching school at Buena, spent
the week-end with her son and
family, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Mas-
Mr. 'and Mrs. John Fredrick
and Lenna Lee entail-Mingling“-
nesday evening w: a on:
dinner in honor of the birthday
anniversary 9f George Fredricks-
Present were Mr. and Mrs. Burt
Fredricks and children Joan and
Judy, Mrs. Lanna Fredrick and
George Fredricks. .
The Finley Ladies Aid met last
Wednesday with Mrs. Arvil Gil
more. There were 18 members
and one visitor present. Mrs. W.
L. Cochran and Mrs. Harvey Kerr
assisted in serving. Inez Bland
is the new member. The next
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WHEN THE doctor
“puts you on a diet”
it may be because your
previous regular diet
was unbalanced. Insur
ance is something like
this! Too often a person
regularly renews the
same amount of insur-u
ance each time without
figuring that a change
in values calls for
revision of insurance.
How about you?
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PHONE 1231 1
«2151/2 Kennewick Avenue
THE KENNEWICK COURIER-REPORTER
meeting will be held April 28
with Nellie and Betty Sue Ma
hatfey. Dainty refreshments were
served at the close. \
Mrs. Fred Falque entertained
with a delicious dinner Monday
ievening, in honor of her husband's
birthday.
The Finley Grange drill team
and their husbands held a surprise
’party in honor or their drill team
leader, Mrs- Marjorie Taylor. at
the Grange hall, Wednesday night.
in appreciation of her work with
the drill team. A lovely‘gift was
presented Mrs. Taylor by the
team. Dainty refreshments were
served at the close. ‘
BIRTHDAY 13mm ‘
Mrs. Albert Piert was hostess to‘
a delicious dinner Saturday eveJ
ning in honor of her husband’s
birthday. A beautiful large cake,
baked by Mrs. Piert was in the
center of- the table. The dinner
guests were Mr. and Mrs. Burt
Fredricks, Mr. and Mrs. Loyd
Donnelly, Mr. and Mrs. John
Fredricks and Mr. and Mrs. Virgil
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Sunday-Monday. April 22-23 .
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HOVER
The Benefit club will meet at
the home of Mrs. Lula Hampton
‘next Thursday, April 28.
Rev. Smith will hate Bible
study at the Hover church next
‘Sunday night at 8 o‘clock.
; A number of Hover people at
‘tended Pomona Gf-ange at Horse
Heaven. A lovely dinner was
served to the people.
THAT um 11.0
...th he is wearing a service
ribbon of silk moire with a purple
(pansy) center with it inch white
edges, the Bronze Star ribbon.
The wearer of this ribbon has
been decorated by the War De
partment for “meritorious achieve
ment in connection with military
operations against the enemy.” ‘
Light tanks of the 65th armored
Regiment in western Europe have.
been fitted with racks to accom
modate fitters for five wounded
men, it was learned today at head
quarters oi the Ninth Service
Command. Fort Douglas. Utah.
ATTENTION.
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