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to 23. They have a swell record,
having dropped one game to the
“13” team of The Dallas, Oregon
early in the season. They came
back the next night and evened up
the count by winning this game.
Sloan and Graves were the big
guns Tuesday with 10 and 9 points
respectively, for their team.
Walla Cz—Kmowiek 29
'l'he Wa-Hi Blue Devils took the
measure of the Kennewick Lions
Basketball team Saturday night at
.the Wa-Hi gym, by a score of 42-
29, in a game that was scheduled
as the main event of a 3-game pro
gram between teams from the two
schools. In the arrangement of the
schedule for the evening, some one
got all mixed up, and as a result,
the Kennewick “B” team did not
get to play their game.
There was to be a game starting
at 7 pm. between the Junior Hi
teams, followed by a preliminhi'y
game between the two “B” teams,
to be topped off with the two high
school teams playing the final}
game. The Junior Hi game was‘
played, with the Kennewick boys
capping that one by a 26-14 score.
Next came the Kennewlck “B"
squad for their warm up, to be met
Waginrnout ofthefirstteam from
a.
After much discussion among
the “Powers that be,” it finally de
veloped that the Kennewick “B”
squad went along, just for the ride,
as no Wa-Hi “B” team could be
found, and as a result, the crowd
had quite a nice time, to become
acquainted, while the Kennewick
Lions first team adjourned to the
greasing room and hurriedly suit
up, . .
The Blue Devils, paced by Chil
ders with 11 points, took an early
lead and were never headed. For:
Kennewick, H. Perkins led in the
scoring of both teams with six bas
kets for 12 counters. The Wa-Hi
boys looked good and outplayed
the local team, whose members
showed the effects of the two
tough games that they had prev
iously played on Tuesday and Fri
day nights. .
Coach Mchnnoss used several
combinations during the evening
and as the game had no bearing on
the conference standing of Kenne
wick, it was felt that this game
was the one to try out these com
binations.
Kamewl’ck 29 Walla Walla 42
Stifter F Mead (6)
Wyatt ' F Couch (9)
Blachnan (9) C Mitchell (8)
Poling (3) G Childers (l 1)
Green (5) G Gilmore (8)
Perkins (12) S Martin (0)
Slgn _ _ , 7 S, Heath (0)
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The Kennewick Lions added an
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the Sunnyside Hi basketball team
on the local floor. The final score
was Lions 36, Sunnyside 31, but
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the Lions had to come from behind
to obtain the win. The 10 points
in the third quarter, holding Ken
zingdwick scoreless, until the last per-
Then with a five-pointqead star
ing them in the face, the Lions
really put on the heat and racked
up six baskets and two free throws
for 14 points, while holding Sun
nyside to two field goals. McDon
aid was in Kennewick’s hair all
evening with a total of 14 points
consisting of six baskets and two
gift shots. Fans remember this boy
as the one who calmly passed
touchdown passes in their game
riltlh the Lions football team last
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Green of Kennewick, however,
kept pace with McDonald, with 14
points, gained on five baskets and
four foul shots and with the added
punch of two reserves, Sloan and
Graves, the Lions fourth quarter
was the deciding factor in the win.
Kennewick took an early lead on
three quick baskets, two by Green
and one by Poling, but Sunnyside
came right back with McDonald
and Roberts cutting the lead to a
izi-“ first quarter score for the
ons.
Kennewick pulled ahead at the
half way mark, with buckets by
Wyatt, Blackman, Poling and
Green, while Carlyle, Roberts and
McDonald each dropped in two
points, leaving a half time score of
22-17, Kennewick.
Then came the third quarter, all
Sunnyside, with ten points being
gathered by them to none by the
Lions. The final quarter, however,
was the pay off. Sloan grabbed a
quick pass under the basket and
made a great shot in an overhead
cast for two points. Wyatt dropped
in a lay in, followed by Poling
sinking one from the key. Then
McDonald intercepted a pass andi
laid up two points for SunnysideJ
Two free throws by Green, a long
swisher by Sloan, another bucketl
by Green and finally a lay in by‘
“Barney” Graves was the clincher}
for the Lions. Palmer completem
the Sunnyside scoring with a flip
in near the key. ' ‘
The Kennewick “B” team won
the preliminary from the “B” team
of Sunnyside by a score of 3%20.
Graves was high man for both
teams with 13 points, while Cob
bley of Sunnyside lead his team
with 7 counters. ‘
Kennewick 36 Sunnyside 31
Wyatt (4) F Carlyle (6)
Stifter (2) F Roberts (8)
Blaclunan (4) C Henley (1)
Poling (6) G Bleakney (0)
Green (14) G McDonald (14)
Sloan (4) S Palmer (2)
Graves (2) S Mendenhall (0)
Perkins S Stahlhut (0)
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ISaturday W i: Shaugh
nessy becamefif‘: Qof Daniel
Mahoney at 10 as”: with the
Rev. Bernard Schiller officiating.
The altar was banked with white
calla lilies, pink carnations and
white tapers.
Given in marriage by her fath
er, the bride wore a white satin
gown and three quarter length
veil with coronet of lace and or
ange blossoms. She carried a
whiteprayerboohagiftofthe
bridegroom, on which rested two
orchids with satin streamers. She
also wore a double strand of
pearls, a gift of her parents.
Miss Mary Lincoln was maid
of honor, Miss Penny Mullen of
Pasco, Mrs. Gordon Hillie and
Mrs. Ralph Camp were brides
maids. Little Berla Jean Crockett,
cousin of the bride, carried the
rings on a heart-shaped white
satin pillow. 1
The bridegroom was attended
by Kit C. Gifford, Jr., and Hollis
Davis and Ralph Camp were ush
ers. Wedding music was played
by Miss Nancy Ball and Miss
Theo Lampson sang “Ave Maria”
and “Beautiful Angel.”
A recepiton was held following
the creemony at the home of the
bride’s parents The rooms were
dceorated with pink and white
carnations, fernery, narcissi and
calla lilies. The bride’s table was
centered with a three-tiered cake
topped with a miniature bridal
pair.
The first piece was cut by the
bride and groom. ‘Mrs. E. A.
Bingaman and Mrs. Adella Web
ster poured and others assisting
were Mrs. Harold Crockett, aunt
of the bride, Mrs. John Citron,
Mrs. Leonard Mokler, Mrs. H.
Carlson and Mrs. R. Jordan. Mrs.
Burns Brown had charge of the
guest book and Mrs. Hollis Davis
the gifts.
Mrs. Mahoney, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. William J. Shaughnessy
was graduated from the local
high school and attended Spo
kane Business college. For the
past three .years she has been
chief teletype operator at the
Pasco Holding and Reconsign—
ment Point. Mr. Mahoney, son of
Mr. and Mrs. John Mahoney of
Worcester, Mass, recently return
ed from Europe and received his
discharge after five years service.
The couple left for a wedding
trip and upon their return will
make their home in Kennewick.
Mrs. Ralph O’Brien of Worcester.
sister of Mr. Mahoney, was de
layed by poor flying weather and
did not arrive until Saturday af
ternoon. She spent a few days
here.
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i Troop 24 held their regular
‘meeting February 11 in the base
ment of the Methodist church at
7. Games were played and new
patrols were organized with the
iresults as follows: Flying Eagle,
‘Gene Rivais, patrol leader, Rohry
Sage, assistant patrol leader; Flam
ing Arrow, Paul Russel, patrol
'leader, Dick Nagley, assistant pa
;trol leader. We also practiced sig
‘naling.
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view and three boys plan to go be.
fore the Court of Honor for ad.
vancernent. The meeting was clos
ed with taps and the Scouunaster's
Benediction. Sixteen boys were
present. Bill Taylor, scribe.
4-1-1
The Highland 8.3.8. Club met
at the Highland Clubhouse Febru
ary 6. All members were present
with one visitor. Another mem
her was added to the club.
Jean Lampmn was elected as
our member of the 4-H Pep Club.
A cast was selected for the play
to be given at the Washington
Birthday dinner. Two other skits
were planned.
The next meeting will be held
at the Highlands Clubhouse Feb
mary 20 at 7 o’clock. .
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m KENNEWICK COURIER - REPORTER
CLUB - LODGE EVENTS
POTLUCK Pm
The Highlands club is havmg‘
a Washington’s birthday potlucki
dinner and dance. Each family
is asked to bring a meat dish,
vegetables or salad and pie. Pow
tatoes, rolls, butter and cotfee
are furnished by the club. There
will be a short program before
the dance. All Highlanders are
invited to come. ‘
Circle No. 2 will entertain W 5.
05. Wednesday, February 20th at
1 p.m. with a get-together dinner.
The executive bou'd meeting will
biggtomawed by the business greet
an p rogram. Please ring
table service. All ladies interested
are invited.
Alma Circle will meet Monv
day, February 18th at. 1:30 at‘
the home of Mrs. Elsie KnowlesJ
Havstad apartments, instead of
the regular day.
CARD PARTY
The last of the series of card
lparties planned by the American
Legion Auxiliary will be held
Friday, Feb. 15, at 8 o'clock at
the recreation hall in Park View
Homes. The lucky number to
win the cedar chest will be
drawn and prizes in pinochle and
bridge will be given. The public
is cordially invited.
St. 'Paul’s Epscopal Guild will
meet Thursday, Feb. 24, with
Mrs. Dyson at the Rectory.
TOWNSEIID CLUE
The Townsend club will meet
Thursday, Feb. 21 at 6:30 p.m.
A potluck supper will be served.
ALMA DIIIIIER
Next Tuesday evening. Feb. 19
the Past Matrons and Past Pat
rons will be honored by Alma
chapter O.E.S. with a 6:30 dinner
at the Masonic hall. The honored
guests will open chapter. .
FOURTH FRIDAY CLUB
‘ Fourth Friday club will meet
at 2 p.m. Friday, Feb. 22 at the
home of Mrs. W. T. Elliott.
ALTI-IEA MEETS
Althea Rebekah lodge 182 met
Monday night with 43 members
present. The degree was confer
red on two candidates and the
drill team put on a beautiful
drill. Dainty refreshments were
served by the committee. All
members of the degree and drill
teams are. reminded at practice
on Tuesday night, Feb. 19 at 6
o’clock sharp.
HELPING I-IAIID
The Helping Hand club met
with Mrs. lona Mclntyre on Wed
nesday, Feb. 6. The afternoon
was spentgin embroider-ing tea
towels for the hostess and a
shower for Vera Parkhurst. A
lunch was served by the m.
The Library Guild will meet
with Mrs. Pataer on Feb. 18 at
2 o’clock. ..
STAMP-E CLUE
Herb Owens, Harold McCam—
ish, Or‘in Lande, Ralph and Art
Nicholson attenggd the meeting
of the Benton; unty Stampede
club at Prosser Tuesday evening.
The purpose of the club is to
promote horsemanship and rodeos
in Benton county.
Ladies Piranan, Auxiliary will
meet with Mrs. John Dickinson
at 109 Date street February 20.
Mrs. Jess Campbell will act as
co-hostees.
Kennewick Valley Grange will
meet Friday. Feb. 15. In the at
tendance contest the Purple side
is ahead.
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Oddfellews will meet Monday
night at the IOOF hall. Robert
Tudor, state Grand Master. and
L.‘ J. Jones, state Grand Secreo
tary, will be honored guests. The
Oddfellows will confer the First
Degree. All members are urged
to attend.
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1 The Current Events club will
meet with Mrs. O. W. Engels on
Friday. Feb. 22 at 2 p.m. Mrs.
Miller.. Mrs. Winkenwerder and
Mrs. Raymond are assistant host
esses. Mrs. Ralph Reed will give
a talk on her trip to Mexico. Mrs.
Clark a paper on Chili and Mrs.
Winkenwerder on Argentina.
Each member may bring a
guest. The group will leave from
the Methodist church at 1:45.
FOOD SALE
The Pink and Green club will
have a cooked food and tea towel
sale Saturday. Feb. 23 at Griz:
Brothers. across from the Amow
Grillstartingat lOa.m.Allße
bekahs are asked to bring articles
for the' sale in befone 10 a.m. or
to cell 1733 and they will be
picked up.
”.w. PARTY
The Business and Professional
Women’s club will have 8 Val
entine party Friday. February 15
at the home of Mrs. Bolon. The
committee for the attair is Mrs.
Annie Mueller. Mrs. Gladys Bo
lon and Mrs. Lillian 'l‘uve.
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Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hack and
daughters returned home after
visiting a few days with friends
in North Bend, Snoqualmie and
Seattle.
Mrs. Jet! Atwood was weaned
from Pasco hospital Wednesday
of last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Nelson and
family and Hazel Marie Smith
visited near Hepner, Ore., over
the week end with Mr. and Mrs.
Walter Smith, Miss Smith's par
ents.
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Sundaymer.aners.Chu.
Knuntz and Mr. and Mrs. Denver
Hen-en.
Stanley Sam: is visiting with
friends in Nevada.
5-F Dramatic Club
Meets at Ash Home
\ The 5-F Dramatic club held
their monthly meeting Monday
night. February 4 at the home of
Gladys Mae Ash in Kennewick.
Plans were discussed concerning
several types of programs for the
Fihley Grange and also ways for
ransom money.
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Monday 7 Scouts Troop 24.
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