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The Kennewick courier-reporter. [volume] (Kennewick, Wash.) 1939-1949, February 14, 1946, Image 10

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LITTLE STORIES OF THE WEEK
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lampson
let: for Goldendale Tuwday.
They will spend several days
Mr. and Mrs. George Byrd
were Yakima visitors Sunday at
the home of their son Norman.‘
They then drove home by Ephq
rate and Moses Lake. 1
Joan Ferguson, and her room
mate of St. Paul’s school in
Walla Walla, Miss Nan Henley,
viisted over the weekend at
Joan's folks home. They then
took them back Sunday by auto.
Maxine W. ,Whittemore, Mrs.
Wesley Perkins, Dorothy Smith
adn Jean Smith all rode to Walla
Walla Saturday with the Sam
Schusters to attend the Kenne-
Putt Ballaine &. Sons
Well Drilling
Complete line of
P I! H P S
22 Benton St., Tel. 1941
Kennewick
Pacific FruiteProduce Co.
II o w taking orders tor
Seed' Potatoes. Fertilizer
and Onion Plants.
- WILL AGAIN HAVE ‘, HILL
LINE OF SHOWERS
__ SUPPLIES!
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Thinking About the
.* GARDEN Again?
. We have a limited supply ol popular gardening
. supplies. . . . ‘
GARDEN tongs GARDEN SEEIIS
WHEEL, BABE FLOWER SEEDS
[Mill CAMS LAWN SEEII
IOU ' MAL. COMPRSS.
"6030 All! SPRAYEES
Four Foot 9 Five Gallon ‘
CHICK I'EEIIERS I WATER mom '
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Washington Hardware
;::~. -, and FURNITURE CO. ‘ '
wick vs. Walla Walla basket
ball game: __ _ __ ___
Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Winter-I
scheid had Mr. and Mrs. Geo.‘
Hodgson as their dinner guests
Monday evening. .
Frank Martin was injured in
an auto accident at Eastbn. He
is the son of the late Van Martin.
Last reports indicate that he is
able to leave the hospital. He
was taken to his mother’s home,
Mrs. Bert Hofer, of Redmond,
Wash.
} Billie Gravenslund was home
over the weekend from Seattle
Lwhere she is attending the uni
versity. Also home from the U
wot W is Betty Linn, she is the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. A.
Mrs. Ed Leyda of. Chelan and
Victor Gustin of Entist are down
this week visiting the George
Byrd family.
Irwin Falk, wife and small
daughter were over from Seattle
Tuesday. He is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. A. J. Falk.
Mrs. Woodrow Ice and two
children of Prosser are visiting
theeek Art Carpenter home this
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Mr. and Mrs. Ted Nowak of
Richland, ’Mr. and Mrs. Pudge
Hunt, and Mrs. Pat Dierlam were
dinner guests of Dr. and Mrs.
H. C. Curry last Thursday.
Mrs. James Srouse and son
Parker, Mrs. Ray Marsh, Mrs. 'l‘.
B. Hauschild and Mrs. 1... J.
Howe all journeyed to Walla
Walla Friday on a pleasure trip.
J. B. Ferguson is down from
Wapato where he has been work
ing for the Pacific Fruit and
Produce.
You are invited to join the
Jehoveh Witnesses in the Watch
Tower study, February 17, 8 p.m.
at Kingdom Hall, 28-10 Alder
street,. Kennewick, Wash.
Mr. and Mrs. Jess Smith were
business callers in Proseer one day
last week. ~ _ _ __
. Mrs. Sellars was a social caller
lat Mrs. Nellie Balls, Mrs. Virginia
Pankeys and Mrs. Annice Hughes,
all of Finley, last Friday night.
Russell Sellars was home over
the welt-end. Sunday Russell, Miss
Bessie Atterbury, Mr. and Mrs.
Sellars and Verjean Mae were
callers at the Farris home at Pros
ser. He returned to Bremerton base
Sunday night.
Mrs. C. A. Watts and their son
Fred drove to Portland last Wed
nesday to visit with friends and
returned Sunday. They saw the
slide near Multnomah Falls.
Mr. and Mrs. Gail Dennett ar
rived home Friday from River
side. Mr. Dennett was recently
discharged from the service and
now plan on making their home
in Kennewick. _
"_M—r's—fééb—fé Purdy was a week
end visitor at the Veteran’s hospi
tal, where her husband is a pa
tient. 7 _ 7 _ __
Mrs. William Strickler and Mrs.
Walton Goode arranged a surprise
birthday party honoring Mrs. A.
C. Amon at the Amon home in the
Garden Tracts Friday evening.
Bridge and pinochle were played
and a lovely lighted cake and re
freshments were served to the
twenty guests.
Rev. Luvaas was honored at the
regular service of the First Lu
theran church last Sunday. Special
music and' speeches of apprecia
tion on the occasion of his com-
_ WANTED
LATE. MODEL CARS
Have some very good
« buys in used cars.
MENUS“
V; Block North of Bank
Kennewick
pletion of five years’ of service at‘
this call.
Mrs. E. G. Lape, who underwent‘
a major operation in St. Lukes
hospital. Spokane, is reported
somewhat improved.
The ski gang gathered at the
Olav Otheim home'last Saturday.
Honored guests were Miss Alta
Ronning.‘ local teacher, and Lyle
Net! of Pasco celebrating their en
gagement. .
A birthday party was given hon
oring Mrs. Frank Pasche Wednes
day by her two daughters, Mrs.
John Neuman and Mrs. Jim John
son. The group was entertained
at the John Neuman home, later
having refreshments at Johnson’s
bowling alley.
Mrs. E. Neuman has been ill for
several days, but is feeling much
better now.
Mr. and Mrs. Francis Zamdt en
tertained a group of their friends
Monday night. It was their 12th
wedding anniversary. There were
three tables of pinochle. High hon
ors went to Freda Ott and John
Neuman and low to Mrs. John
Neuman and Roy Stone.
Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Adams, Mr.
and Mrs. Morris Henderson and
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Oswalt were
guests at the Avery Osborne home
Sunday.
“Fudge” Hunt has been ill this
past week.
Mr. and Mrs. Pat Murphy and
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Divish and son,
Buster, -of Pendleton were Sun
day visitors lat the Avery Os
borne home.
Mr. and Mrs. Avery Osborne and
Mr. and Mrs. Clair Osborne and
son were dinner guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Floyd Wines at Hermiston
last Wednesday evening.
Mrs. Marvin Rogers arrived
from Omaha, Nebraska recently to
join her husband, Marvin Rogers,
who is employed at the Farmers’
Exchange. After a week’s viSit at
the Armstrong home, the young
couple have moved into an apart
ment.
Mrs. Jack Oliver and «young son
Jackie spent last wek-end in Yaki
ma visiting Mrs. Oliver’s parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Marshall.
Mrs. C. H. Friend of Seattle is
visiting her daughter, Mrs. Donald
M. Maclntosh this week. -,
Phillip Grossman went to Seat
tle Monday on business. He plans
to return Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. C. Durocher are
on a business trip to Seattle, Ta
coma and Portland.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry C. Davis
and family plan to return to Ken
'newick soon. They have been
living in Vancouver for the past
two years.
Hover W.S.C.S. will have a
cooked food sale at the ~Grigg’s
Bros. electrical shop Saturday,
February 16. Chickens and noodles
will be a specialty.
Julian Tuve of Carleton. Minn.,
was a visitor at the Rolfe Tuve
home this week. The Tuves are
cousins and this was their first
Mrs. Loring’s boy, age 10, is back
from the hospital in Pasco after
recovering from pneumonia ,but
bad luck seems to be following the
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Now Thru Sat., Feb. 16
Loyd Nolan
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HOUSE ON 92nd
' STREET
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1 Sum-Mom, Feb. 17-18
' Bob Hope
—in— ‘
College Sung
Tues-Wed” Feb. 19-20
Lon Chaney
HOU S E 0 F
DRACU L _A ‘
Starts Next Thurs.
, Feb. 2131:
Gene Tierney
LEAVE HER T 0
HEAVEN
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Fri-Sat., Feb. 15-16
TWO "HITS
Billy Lee
Biscuit Eater
Co-Hit
. Roy Rogers
' SUNSET
IN EL DORADO
Sum-Mm-Tues.
Feb. 17-18-19
Merle Oberon
THIS LOVE OF OURS
Wed.-'l‘lmrs., Feb. 2021
Jean Parka-
DETECTIVE
Kl’l'l'Y O'DAY
(10-Feature
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- DOWN IN
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familyasthelittlegirlwentto
3; hospital with pneumonia Mon-
Recent newcomers on Avenue C.
are the M. E. Brook. Dale Collins.
George Love and W. O. Womes
families.Allplanonnlongstny.
SEA scours DAICE
The Sea Scouts of the S. S. S.
Shangri-la, of Pasco. will hold
their first Annual Sea Scout Ball
on Friday evening, February 22, in
the U. S. 0. Building, Pasco.
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