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The Kennewick courier-reporter. [volume] (Kennewick, Wash.) 1939-1949, June 14, 1945, Image 5

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Lillie Stories
0! The Week
Mrs. Paul Richmond has been
spending a few days in Sunnyside.
While there she plans to attend
the 35th annual Pioneer Picnic.
The picnic will be held four miles
west of Bickelton. Mrs. Richmond
expects to return home about the
18th of June.
Phyllis Oliver and Theo Lamp
son were week !end visitors in
Portland. They were guests of
Plixllis’ glint, Mrs._W. J. Whitten:
Mrs. F. A. Benjamin returned
Saturday from Walla Walla where
she was called by the serious
illness of her daughter, Lois.
Mrs. Benjamin spent the week
at the Sanitorium and left her
daughter much improved.
Kay Page spent her vacation in
Spokane where she visited with
Ser folks: She returned last Sun
Mrs. Elizabeth Bruce received
word from her husband, who has
been a prisoner in Germany that
he is free and now in France.
When he has gone through the
process he will be returned to the.
United States. He is now a captain. I
Dr. and Mrs. H. C. Curry spent
two days last week at Soap Lake.
Mrs. H. C. Curry’s son, Bill Blair
of; the Seabees has been on a
30-day furlough and has been vis
iting here with his wife.
The Nimble Thimble 4-H club
held its regular meeting Thursday,
May 31. The leader, Mrs. W.
Click, was out of town. The meet
ing was held at the home of Car
olyn McCalmant. Ice cream and
cake were served.
The Needlework club will meet
in the city park for its annual
picnic lunch Jude 15 at 1 o’clock.
Bring your own service. ‘
Mr. and Mrs. John 'Rauscher
have returned from a two-week
vacation spent visiting their son
in-law and daughter. T/Sgt. and
Mrs. Norman Guyer at Riverside,
Calif., also getting acquainted with
their seven-month-old grand
dagzhter.-Sansira 1.09.- - ___ _‘
Circle 1 will entertain W.S.C.S.
Wednesday, June 20, in the church
parlors with a pot-luck luncheon
at 1 o’clock. ‘ Following the board
meeting there will be the regular
business meeting and program.
Please .bring table service. All
*Sealed'bids will be received by
Mrs. Winifred Campbell, city clerk
at Kennewick, Washington, until
8 pm. P.W.T., June 29, 1945, for
the construction of an lntercepting
Sewer designated as Project No.
45-311-N, for the City of Kenne
weick, and will then and there be
opened and publicly read aloud.
Bids received after the time fixed
for the opening will not be con
sidered. ‘~
Plans, specifications and form of
contract documents may be ex
amined at the Engineer’s officc,
G. D. Hall, Larson Building. Yak
ima, Wash., and at the City Clerk’s
office, Kennewick, Wash” and a
set of said plans, specifications,
and forms may be obtained at the
office of Mrs. Winifred Campbell,
City Clerk, Kennewick, Wash” up
on a deposit of sls, which will be
refunded upon the return of the
plans and specifications within a
reasonable time.
Each bid shall be accompanied
by a certified check, cashier’s
cheeryor bid bond (with authorized
sure company as surety) made
payable to the owner in an amount
not less than 5% of the amount of
the bid. Surety bond (or bonds)
will be required in accordance
with the' tenns of the contract
The City of Kennewick reserves
the right to reject any or all bids
and to waive informalities. __
No bidder may withdraw. his
bid after the hour set for the
opening thereof or before award
or contract, unless said award is
delayed for a period exceeding
30 days. -
Mrs. Winifred Campbell,
City Clerk, City of Kennewick
First pubficetion 9:15:25
Last fiublication 6-21-45
Plans and specifications will be
issued only by the City Clerk.
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Complimentary tickets good for
eight admissions to the two local
theaters will be given away at
the Courier-Reporter office .each
week. Names will be picked at
xandom from the K C-R subscrip
tion list, two from the city and
two from the rural routes. each
ticket good for two admissions.
These names will appear in the
classified ads. The person selected
will only be required to appear
at our office and identify him
or herself to get the tickets. Simple
as that!
members are requested to be pres
ent and all ladies are invited.
Mr. and Mrs. Chester Henson of
Western Horse Heaven are the
p ts of a daughter, Marjorie
“:I,“ka June 6 at the Pasco
hosp . The girl weighed' six
pounds and five ounces.
Mr. and Mrs. George Schutz
and sons spent Sunday in the
grove near Paterson. ' 1
Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Ern left for
Spokane Monday morning after
spending two weeks with Mrs.
Alice Garrett. Mrs.Ernisaniece‘
of- Mrs. Garrett and this was their.
first meeting in 33 years. The}
Ern’s home is in San Diego, Calif.
A family reunion of the F. W.
Hembree family was held at the
Sands Van Patten home Memor
ial day. Sgt. Paul Hembree was
home on furlough after oer 30
missions oevr Europe. Paul is gun
ner in the Army Air Forces. Am
ong those present were Mrs. Ver
lie Hembree and Paul of Yakima,
Mrs: Charles McCann (Pauline
Hembree) and son of Yakima, Mrs.
Chloe Loins and daughter Linda
Mae, Billy Hembree Jr., of Yaki
ma, Audie Hembree of Spokane.
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hembree
and family, Kennewick, Mrs. El
izabeth Helnbree and the Sands
Van Patten families.
Chester R. Eggleson has been
called back into the Navy and is
now in San Diego. Mrs. W‘
(Patty Van Patten) and their balm
daughter are making their home
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Ben Van Patten. '
W. D. Perkins made a business
trip to Lewiston last week end.
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Carlton
have as their house guest, Mr.
Caflton’s mother, Mrs. Hashim of.
'Mrs. Chet Egglecton reamed
home after a 'week of visiting on
the coast.
The Champaine family have
moed to their new home in Finley
after having lived on the Roy
Johnson place for the last six
months. . .
Day Another Bond ‘
Richland Couple Are
Wed 11: Ceremony Here
Wm. C. Mueehay and Carma
Soom were united in marriage
lg Judge Winkenwerder on June
Robert E. Mellin and Mrs. C.
Winkenwerder were witnesses to,
the ceremony.
.The bride and gram are both
from Richland, where they will
also make their future home.
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Mr. and Mrs.‘ Harold J. Hess
and family moved from Seattle to
Kennewick on June 11. They will
make their home at 29 Adams
street. where they have purchased
the former Earl Larkin home.
Mr. Has is employed as a print
er at the Kennewick Printing Co.
Mrs. Hess is a cousin of Mrs. R.
W. Tue.
Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Gans have
purchased a ranch at Outlook. For
the benefit of their old- friends
here. their address is Route 1, Out
look. Wash.
Mrs. Gans recently received a
letter from her brother, Pic Geo.
Albee. saying that he had come
through recent battles with the
9th Army and is now guarding
prisoners. -
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