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The Kennewick courier-reporter. [volume] (Kennewick, Wash.) 1939-1949, January 03, 1946, Image 8

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Wok and Paco will meet
with In. C. A. Radditz of 12 West
A in Pasco Monday, January 7 at
two o’clock.
LEGION AUXILIARY
The American Legion Auxiliary
will meet Thursday, January 3 at
8 o’clock at the Legion Hall. Plans
tor a public card party to be held
January 17 at the Legion Hall will
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The Year AWe ve All Been Waiting
For . g The Men of. Scientific
Research and Indus trial Pro
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duction Open New Worlds
Autos which can be driven without shifting gears, television -
radios, farm equipment to shorten hours of tOil . . .
and atomic power On its wajr . . . washing machines, electric
appliances . . . and lots of other things to make life more '
“mg-ton Hardware has been supplyin a host of Kennevvick"
customers for more than thirty years with a policy of ,
supplying the most reliable merchandise manufactured by
reputable firms. As a new year gets under. wag
Washington Hardware renews its pledge to ‘andle the best
available in all of its lines as rapidly as merchandise ‘
becomes available.
Washington Hardware
. and FURNITURE CO.
be completed and a series of three
card parties will be planned. The
last party on February 14 will
sponsor the drawing for the cedar
first being pmented by the aux
ary.
B. P. W. WING
The Business and Professional
Women’s Club will hold its next
meeting January 11 at the home
of Mrs. E. A. Silliman at 220
Maplewood. .
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Circle 2 of WS.C.S. will meet at
2 pm. Wednesday, January 9 at
the home of Mrs. George Adams
at 108 East First Avenue. The
hostesses are Mrs. Clarence Son
derman, Mrs. D. E. Taylor and
Mrs. Lela Hatch. Mrs. Adams will
have charge of the devotions and
Mrs. A. C. Amon the program.
PINK AND GREEN
The Pink and Green Club will
meet at 2 pm. January 10 at the
home of Mrs. Nora Glispey. There
will be election of officers.
LUTHERAN LADIBS‘ AID
The Lutheran Ladies' Aid met
with Mrs. Francis Zamdt Thurs
day. Mrs. Alma Dammeier was
assisting hostess.
Kennewick Valley Grange will
hold its regular meeting, January
4. Attendance contest starts.
1.0.03. AND REBEKAI-l
The 1.0.0. F. and the Rebekahs
will have their installation Mon
day, January-7. Frances Pangle of
Pasco, past president, will install
for the Rebekahs and District Dep-
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FOR SALE OR TRADE for city
property: 17 acres heavy soil.
Good buildings; 5 rooms and bath.
John Deere tractor and farm
machinery included in reasonable
price. One mile from city limits
out Wash.. St., Kennewick. P. A.
Peterson. 40t1c
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FOR RENT—Rooms with house
keeping privileges to experienc
ed couple. Margaret Soper, 114 3rd
Ave. E. 40c
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FOR SALE—A registered black
cocker spaniel puppy about two‘
months old. Phone 2443. 15 Day
ton St. 401)}
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FOR SALE—I2O-bass piano ac-‘
cordian, violin, tenor banjo, also
mandolin. See J. H. Keller, 2%
miles west of Kennewick on high
way near Playland. 40-432
FOR RENT—I room basement
apartment, light housekeeping,
use of washing machine. 916 Ken
newick Ave. Phone 3056. 40p
FOR SALE—Washing machine,
new o-tt. Coolerator, new zo-n.
double barrel shotgun. L. W.
Schmidt, 1 mile south of Sunny
acres Hatchery, Sunday only. 40p
FOR
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my Grand Master, Clyde Hider.
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The regular monthly meeting
of the Mens’ Club of the High
lands Improvement Association
will be held at the clubhouse on
Friday evening, January 4.
NOB HILL NOTES
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Smith of
Oregon visited' their daughter,
Hazel Marie and other relatives
and friends.
Those who attended Christmas
dinner at Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Dil
lons east of town were Mr. and
Mrs. Alva Byran, Mr. and Mrs.
Milton Roper and children, Mr.
and Mrs. Nelson Sr., Mr. and Mrs.
Walter Smith of Oregon and
daughter, Hazel Marie.
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Hack, Ray
and Delores spent Christmas in
Milton, Oregon with Mrs. Hack’s
neice, Mrs. Cleve Huntley.
Hazel Marie Smith returned
home with her parents to spend
the Christmas vacation. She is at
tending school here.
Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Attwood call
ed at Mr. and Mrs. Dudley Ranolds
of 101 Monroe St. Christmas day.
gr. Ranold is Mr. Attwood’s sis-
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Hack, Ray and
Delores, Mr. and Mrs. Jeff At
twood had New Years dinner with
Mrs. Hack’s mother, Mrs. Ocker
and other relatives of Walla Walla.
WANTED
LATE MODEL CARS
Have some very £OOll
buys in used cars.
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Kennewick
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Couple Married Saturday
To Make Home Here
Ann Smith, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Marion Smith of Kentucky.
and George Slchler, formerly of
Minnesota, were united in mar
riage December 22 at 2 pm. by
Justice of Peace Haylett at his
office in Pasco.
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Walker of
Kennewick were witnesses. The
bride wore a navy blue suit with
a corsage of aardenias.
Mr. Sichler is employed at Han
tord and Mrs. Sichler at the Ar
row Grill. They will make their
home in Kennewick.
-OBIT U A R Y
Erwin Benjamin Davis ‘
Elvin Benjamin Davis passed
away at home on West. High
lands Jan. 1, 1946. He was born
at Argyle, Wisc., in 1881. He had
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made his home here for the past
10 years with Ins brother, Harry
L. Davis.
The funeral will be held Fri
day afternoon at 2 O’clock at
Mueller-'3 Chapel. Rev. John B.
Sioan will be in charge of the ser
ces.
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