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The Kennewick courier-reporter. [volume] (Kennewick, Wash.) 1939-1949, December 13, 1945, Image 6

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CLUB - LODGE EVENTS
FRIDAY CLUB
Fourth Friday club will meet
at 2 p. to. Friday, Dec. alst at the
home of Mrs. Curt Gerards. Roll
call will be answered with a
Christmas verse and there will be
exchange of gifts.
TOWNSEND
The Townsend club will meet
Thursday, Dec. 20th at the
Christian church. A potluck din
ner will be served at 6:30.
Everyone bring a gift to ex
change.
NEEDLE CLUB
The Needle club will meet with
Mrs. Carnahan for the annual
Christmas dinner party and ex

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KENNE W I C K
Your local representative for
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change of gifts Friday, Dec. 21st.
Assisting hostesses are Mrs. Haus
child and Mrs. A. Mcßeynolds.
TUESDAY BRIDGE
Mrs. O. T. Staley and Mr. A.
C. Amon won high honors at the
Tuesday Bridge club meeting held
at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Fred Simmelink Tuesday night.
EASTERN STAB
Alma Chapter Order of the
Eastern Star will have a Xmas
party at 6:30 p. m., Tuesday, Dec.
18th. Bring a vegetable dish or
a' salad to pass. Bring a gift to
exchange. No initiation. More
canned fruit is needed to fill the
barrel for the Masonic home. All
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33"” Matron Beatrice McDon-
WOMAN'S CLUB
The East Kennewick Women's
club held their Xmas party with
Mrs. Sam Schuster Tuesday. Dec.
11th. Gifts were .exchanged and
a grand time was had by all.
”IONS CIRCLE
1 The Locust Grove Home Circle
‘will meet with Mrs. Arthur Nico
son Tuesday, Dec. 18th at 10:30
a. m.
3!"?! TO MEET
The business and professional
Woman’s club will hold their‘
Christmas party at the home of
Mrs. Mae Vibber, 410 Kennewick:
Ave” Friday, Dec. 14. Presents
will be exchanged. .
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W. S. C. S. will meet at the
church Wednesday, December 19th
for their Xmas party. There will
beapotluckdinneratlp.m.,
followed by the meeting and an
exchange of gifts. Circle No. 1 will
entertain, circle No. 2 will have
charge of decorations and circle
No. 4 of the program.
TROOP 24 ' ‘
Troop 24 held its regular meet
ing Monday, December 10 at 71
p.m.
Games were played and plans
were made for collecting waste
paper and forming a basketball
team.
The meeting was closed with
the scoutmasters benediction.
There will be no regular meet
ing until January 7, 1946 at V:00,
but there will be a meeting on
Monday, December 17 at 7 for the
boys that are interested in col
lecting paper.
At the court of honor, December
5, Hal Haman received his life
scout badge, Leland Higley re
ceived his forester reward and the
swimming merit badges, and Bill
Taylor received his years perfect
attendance medal.
RIVER VIEW COOKIIIG
River View Cooking club will
meet December 19 with Joan
Fredricks. This will be a Christ
\maspartyandgiftswillbeex-
changed. Each girl coming is
’asked to bring a gift.
LEGION AUXILIARY
The American Legion and Aux
iliary will hold their annual
Christmas party Thursday, De
cember 20th at 8 at the Legion
hall. Each guest is to bring an
exchange gift. Mrs. Roy Mc-
Calmant, Mrs. Charles Schmelzer
and Mrs. Bessie Hansen will be
hostesses for the party. '
ALTI-IEA REBEKAI-I
Plans for the annual Christmas
party for Odd Fellows, Bebekahs
and their families to be held at
the 1001" hall Sunday, December
16 at 3 p.m. were completed at
the meeting of Althea Rebekah
lodge Monday night. There will
be an exchange of gifts. All mem
bers of any branch-of the Order
are cordially invited.
The Rebekahs are planning on
attending a pot luck dinner given
by the All States Rebekah club
at Richland on Thursday, Dem
cember 13 at 10 o’clock. (
VALLEY GRANGE ;
Kennewick Valley Grange will
hold a Christmas party and ex
change of gifts at the next regu
lar meeting. December 21st.
LOCOS? GROVE GRAIIGE
The annual Christmas party of
Locust Grove grange will be held
on December 21st. A holiday pro
gram and treats for the kiddies
will be the diversion of the eve»
ning. The local community is in
vited.
CI-IRISTIAII CIRCLE
The Ladies’ Christian Circle of
the Christian Church will hold
a bazaar and food sale, Saturday,
December 15, at the Grigg's store
across from the Arrow Grill.
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METHOD”? CHURCH
John B. Coen. Minister
lan. Church Reheol weekly as ”I
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Choir and timely m
Evening Youth fellowship at It”
Devotions and Social Fellowship
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eve. Friday eve. eons practice
Always a cordial welcome
First Baptist Church
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.LOCUS‘I’ GROVE ONCE
Installation of officers was held
at the Locust Grove Grange with
George Shaw of Twisp, actmg as
installing officer. Mr. Shaw is
Washington state's “deputy at
large,” and Mrs. Shaw is acting
assistant state juvenille matron.
IOOP MTALLATIOI
Plans for a joint installation
of the Odd Fellows and Rebekahs
to be held January 7 are being
arranged for the DDP, Evelyn
Lyon of Althea Lodge and DpP
Clyde Higley of the subordinate
lodge. ‘
The Exoolentes Study club
Christmas party is to be held
lat the home of Mn. Mildred Lis
ton Friday, Dec. 14. at 8 o’clock.‘
jGifts will be exchanged. ‘
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i The Ladies Auxiliary Fire De-i
\partment Will meet Wednesday.
yDecember 19, at the home of
Mrs. Herb Malchow; 309 First
Ave. with Mrs. Elrie Safford as
co-hostoss. This will be the an
nual Christmas party with ex
change of gifts.
‘PASCO USO
‘ On Sunday, Dec. 16. between
the hours of 4 and p.m. the
USO Council is sponsoring a re
wception in honor of the volun:
teers that have served through
the existence of the USO in this
community. The main feature of‘
the program will be a panel dis-i
cussion. with representatives of;
CIViC, social and fraternal and re-(
ligious organizations discussing
the subject, "Planning a Peace
Time Program to Meet CommuniJ
ty Needs.” Plans are going ahead‘
to \make this a memorable occa
sion. The entire population is co‘-
dially invited to attend. I
SCI-HIDE!" CLUB 1
The Schubert club of Kenne
wick under the direction of Ed
Neuman and accompanied by
Mrs. Neuman presented an ex
cellent musical prognm at the
USO in Pasco. The group was
presented by the USO Co-Musl
cal chairman, Mrs. Frank Mau
pin. A large audience made up
of service personnel and people
of the community were present
and enjoyed a delightful evening.
PBS-863001. MOTHERS \
The regular meeting of the
Pre-School Mothers club will be
held Monday. Dec. 17. in the
Nursery room in the Administra
tion building in Park View
Homes at 8 o'clock. After the
regular business meeting, an in
formal Christmas party will be
held. So come and bring your
neighbor and have a good time.
Walla Walla Lodge to, ‘ ‘
Confer Degree Here
Thirty members of the leeal
IOOF lodge attended the Pasco
lodge, Tuesday, December 11,
when the Enterprise IOOF lodge
of Walla Walla conferred the
first degree.
On December 17. the 100?
Trinity lodge of Walla Walla will
come to Kennewick to confer the
third degree. Refreshments will
be served. and all members are
urged to attend. ‘
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'Methodists to Feature
Lighted Christmas Scene.
I The senior youth fellowship of
3the Methodist church has been
busy recently assemblying the
materials for an outdoor Christ
‘mas nativity scene which is now
in place and will be lighted this
weekend. ‘
Thesceneisplaeedatthebase
of the great art window on the
Dayton street side of the church
building and will be lighted each
night through the holidays.
This group also has charge of
the interior decorations ot the
church this year. the most of
which are already in place. The
pastor. Rev. John B. Coan. serves
as the adult counselor for this
group.
Revort Made on Soil
Supemsor Election
Preliminary results or the elec
tion of supervisors for the East
Benton Soil Conservation district
at the election held on December
11 were as follows: Ben Blair 24;
Lee Boutelle 19; C. F. Fletcher 18;
A.L.Schusterß;B.L.Slocumb
25, and A. J. Thompson 20.
The three receiving the largest
number of votes will serve as
supervisors for a three-year term.
Frank Lampson and H. N. Hamp
ton are now serving on the board.
The election results have been
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and are subject to their confirma
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Vivian Church Hoyt, daughter
of the late M. H. Church. founder
of Churches Grape Juice plant,
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