LITTLE STORIES- OF THE WEEK
In. L. M. Keene is in San
marriage of her son Harvey, who
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mama _to Buggiletog this W 693-
Friends of Mrs. Kathleen Hab‘
now convalescing at her home,‘
after two trips to Kadlec hospi
tal in the past seven weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hedington
of Sedro Woolley have been vls
iting at the home of their daugh
ter Mrs. George Safford. While
here they also visited at the Neil
Anderson home in East Kenne
wick. On their return to Sedro
Woolley, Mr. and Mrs. George
Saﬂord accompanied them as far
as Yakima. 7 A 7
Mrs. Nancy J. McCamish ar
rived Tuesday night from Gran
tham, Lincolnshire, England. She
is the wife of Alvin R. Mch
ish, Jr. They were married De
cember 30th, 1944 while Mr. Mc-
Camish was stationed in England
with the US AAF. Mr. McCam
ish left England in November for
the United! States. They will
make their home in Kennewick.
Mr. and Mrs. E. Pace and
children were week end visitors
in Spokane. They went Friday
and returned Sunday night.
Mrs. J. W. Grimshaw returned
home from Yakima Saturday eve
ning after spending the week
with her son Robert who was
seriously ill with pneumonia in
St. Elizabeth hospital, but is now
Don Grimshaw is rapidly im
proving after having his appendix
removed at_ the hospitgl Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Smith were
callers at the J. W. Grimshaw
home Saturday evening.
Mrs. Harvey Kerr and son
Marion and Mrs. * Edith Nelson
called at the J. W. Grimshaw
Marion Kerr went to Yakima
Monday to visit Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Grimshaw and son Dean.
Mr. and Mrs. Larry Waring of
Seattle are expected to arrive to
Mr. and Mrs. Don Mclntosh.
'Mrs. W. S. Washburn gave an
afternoon tea Wednesday honor
ing her mother, Mrs. Hannah 01-
iver on her 83rd birthday.
Mrs. Hattie Mills is expected
home the last of this month. She
has been visiting her daughter in
Mrs. Al Williams of Seattle is
visiting with Mrs. E. A. Silliman
this week. She is an old time
Kennewick resident. ‘
Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Felton had
dinner with the Ed Rays at Ben
ton City Sunday. The dinner was
You’ve Been at His Side ‘
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_ All the long, bloody way from Tarawa to Tokyo—from the
Normandy beachheads to Berlin—your generous support enabled
. your Red Cross to stay at the side of- your fighting man.
. He still needs you. As he idles away the long, lonesome
hospital days and nights, he dreams of home and the future . . .
of Mom and Dad .. . his wife and child. Your Red Cross cannot
must not leave him now. a '
Put yourself in his place. Then decide how much .you will ,
give to the Red Cross. Let your dollars follow your heart!
Kennewick’s quota in the drive is $7,200. This amount is
but little short of last year’s goal. Give at least as much as you
did last year. Drive opens Friday, March lst, at noon. Head
quarters in the Harold G. Fyfe Agency office.
washingt H d ‘ ’
-« and FURNITURE CO.
in honor of the Ray’s son Jack
who is home on leave from the
Mrs. P. A. English and Mrs. H.
A. Loitus are spending several
days in Seattle on a buying trip.
Margaret Reymore arrived
home from Seattle Wednesday af
ter several days’ visit with rela
tives and friends.
Mrs. 'l‘. M. Vranna of Dickin
son, North Dakota, is visiting at
the A. U. Sand home.
1 Mrs. W. R. Gravenslund is
lspending several days in Spo
Mrs. Phoebe Corbett is a new
employee at the Washington
W. R. Gravenslund is in Seattle
this week. . .
Mr. and Mrs. S. F. Schlecht
of Pasco visited at the N. J. Sny
der home Sunday.
Billie Granvenslund of Seattle
spent last week end in Kenneo'
wick. She is a student at the
University of Washington.
Mrs. Ora Dickinson is spending
this week with Spokane relatives.
Mary Smith of Kennewick was
the guest of Dorothy Smith at
Richland Wednesday night.
Mrs. Perkins and son John,
Dr. P. 0. Stone and Nancy, Mrs.
G. A. Purdy and daughter Ace!
Ann went to Walla Walla Satur
day to see George Purdy at the
Veterans’ hospital. Mrs. Purdy
and Mrs. Ray Boldt also went
over Monday. ~
\ The George Clouds visited Ace
iPurdy in the Veterans hospital
1 at _Walla__V_l_alla_Sunday. _
Mrs. Hollis Davis came home
from the Pasco hospital Friday
with a new baby girl.
Mrs. Dan Bishop came home
from the Pasco hospital Saturday
with a new baby girl.
Dale Dannett, who recently re
turned from the service, purchas
ed the Taylor place across the
road from Playland and he plans
making his home there. -
Mrs. L. J. Howe fell and
sprained her ankle the first of
the week and consequently has
been laid up the entire week.
Joyce Colleen Kelso is home
from school with the measles.
Ann Mcßee from Yakima spent
the week end at the Ellis Doro
thy home. ,
Mrs. Floyd Higley is visiting
in Everett this week with her
daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and
Mrs. A. J. Griffiths. 7
- Miss Betty Higley, a student at
the University of Washington, is
spending the spring vacation
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
- Dr. and-Mrs. H. C. Curry were
dinner guests at the Ted Novel:
home in Richland Sunday. Mr.
and Mrs. Novak returned to Ken
newick with then: to spend Sun-1
day night and Monday here. Mrs.
Novak is Mrs. Curry's daughter-. 1
Miss Patricia Gates of Los An
geles is there visiting Mrs. Elsie}
Knowles over the week end. :
The Bay A. Williams family of
Kenenwick were visited by their
father, Mert Williams of Fresno,
California, and brother Bert Wil-z
liams of Eugene, Ore., last week.
Hector Durochgr and G. H.
Jergins journeyed to Spokane to
atteggd a church convention this
W. C. Muldrow spent the week
end in Kennewick. He was a
former Kennewick resident and is
now with the US Army Engineers
in a civilian status.
Herb Brinson is on a vacation
in California. -- '
Mrs. Robert Walters is here
from England -to join her hus
band and they now live at Park
view. The trip was successful
egrcliepting for the baby getting
Mr. and Mrs. J. 'B. Bates and
son Bill journeyed to Spokane
VMonday. They plan on'returnlng
Kenneth Campbell, who is at
tending the College of Puget
Sound, and brother Rubin and
wife, all visited with the A. W.
Campbell: on Washington’s birth
day. The Campbells entertained
another _visitor this week—their‘
son Albert from Walla Walla, who
spent Saturday and Sunday here.
Meeting to Consuler
Home Freezmg Lockers
“Home Frozen Food Locker” is
the tapic of a meeting to be held
March sth at the new Kennewick
grade school on Fruitland Ave
nue. It will start at 10:00 a.m.,
with R. N. Miller, Extension En
gineer from Pullman, giving a
talk on “What to Look for When
Buying a Farm Freezer.” There
will be time for discussion, after
lunch. At 2 p.m., of special in
terest to the women of the com
munity, will be a demonstration
on cooking frozen foods with one
on wrapping food for freezer
lockers. This part of the program
will be given by Miss Eleanor Da
vis, Extension Nutritionist trom
Washington State College. A
similar meeting will be held on
March 6th at Promr in the Val
ley Electric company’s room.
Please attend the nearest meet
ing and bring your neighbors.
CANCEL CARD PARTY -
Finley Grange degree team is
cancelling its card party that was
to be held March 6.
ﬂies Here I'ljiday ‘
Bertrum Moores, a Kennewici
old-timer, died at his home last
Friday after a brief illness. Mr.
Moores came to Kennewick in 1910
He had been employed recently
city police force for a number of
Funeral services were held Mon
day at Mueller’s Chapel with bur
ial in the Kennewick cemetery.
Rev. Briece officiated.
Mr. Moores was born in Elk
River, Minn., in 1877. In 1907 he
married Bernice Gilcrest at Elk
River. Besides his widow he is
sumved by a daughter, Marjorie
Moores, a WAC stationed at Stone
man, California, and one sister.
Mrs. Elizabeth Fletcher of Min
Pfc. Marjorie Moores received a
15-day emergency furlough be
cause of the death of her father.
She arrived in time for the funeral.
Opal L. Evans, 1448 South 3rd
St., Mt. Vernon, died at an Ev
erett hospital, February sth after
several months’ illness. Mrs. Ev
ans was born August' 16, 1911, at
Finley and had resided at Mt.
Vernon for six years.
She attended both Kennewick
and Finley schools. She was a
member of the Mt. Vernon Wo
mens Business and Professional
club and a member of the Mt.
Vernon Methodist church. ' She
leaves her husband, Ivan, at
home; her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Hedington, of Sedro Wool
ley; two brothers. Delbert of
Hedington in the US Army and
Woodland, California; and Victor
two sisters, Mrs. Gertrude Kinna
man, Aberdeen; and Mrs. Grace
Safford of Kennewick. 7 7_ 4‘
Funeral services were held at
the Aaron Light chapel in Mt.
Vernon, Feb. 7. The Rev. Wil
liam Tweedy, pastor of the First
Methodist church at Mt. Vernon
conducted the service. Burial
was in the Mt. Vernon cemetery
Albert P. Harper
Albert P. Harper passed away
Feb. 26 after a short illness. He
was born at Delhi, lowa, Feb. 15,
1871 and came to Kennewick in
1940. He has lived here since that
time with his son, Ralph.
He is survived by 'five sons,
Charles .and Archie of Connelh
Donald of Purdy, Mo” Howard of
the Marines, stationed in China,
and Ralph of Kennewick. He also
leaves a sister. Mrs. Ella Richmond
oi Connell, seventeen grandchil
dren and one great grandson.
H will be buried today at the
local cemetery with Rev. Coan ot
Delmar Wm. Paulaon died and
denly Wednesday afternon of a
heart attack.- The funeral will
be held at--two o’clock Saturday
at the Mueller Funeral Home.
To answer the thousand and one
questions of 61’s the State Depart
ment of Veteran’s Affairs has set
up a state-wide organization. W.
J. RusselL-inanager of the district
office in Walla Walla. with Dale
Snider, outside counsellor, was in
this area this week to complete
the organization here.
Mr. Snider will be in the Pasco
City Hall each Monday and in the
Transient Quarters in Richland on
Tuesdays. Time will be allocated
to Kennewick i§_the_need arises._
The office will help veterans in
securing disability compensation,
medical care, fill out claims. inter
prétation of. the Bill of Rights and
lanswer any other veteran prob
Scout Troop 24 Holds
Scoutmaster Walter Woehler
with the help of some of his Boy
Scouts demonstrated the investi
ture ceremony before the Scout
masters’ training session Wednes
day evening;"l‘his is the ceremony
in which the new boy becomes a
member of the scout troop.
Troop 24 held their regular
meeting Monday, February 25 in
the basement of the Methodist
church at 7. Plans were made for
a hike up to the mouth of the
Yakima river Sunday, Mall-:3 10
at 12:30. Songs were sung the
meeting was closed with the
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madam? 4, .at 7 pan,
ill Taylor, Scribe.
Mr. and Mrs. Jet! Atwood and
Mrs. D. K. Randall and Fred Jr.‘
were called to Seattle by the}
death of father and brother. Fred;
Atwood. .'- ‘
liar. Tug-iner- and son Albert are
vis ting Denver.
Back and . Jeff Atwood were
ineeYalla Walla the first of the}
W . ‘
Mrs. Morris Henderson has
been ill with the nu.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold O'Hair
have sold their home and have;
moved closer to town.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Back and
daughter took dinner one evening
last week with Mr. and Mrs.
Clyde Dillon at their ranch.
Mrs. Atwood, mother of Mrs.
D. K. Randal. and Jet: Atwood,
returned home with them for a
Raymond Back and Bev San
ders visited in Umatilla Sunday
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of the Pasco.” Base 33%.
sexy Prewitt of Walla]: on Sun
sister of the bride,“ Frank
NOB HILL NOTES
Hal's Group [as
Neaﬂy a. hundred men met‘
Tuesday evening in their first;
annual Brotherhood banquet at
the Kennewick Methodist church(
and formally launched their or
ganization of men. Dudley K.
Randal, recently elected presi
dent of the new group was the
’master of ceremonies. 1
The highlight of the evening's
program was an address by Er
nest W. Peterson, noted lay
man of the Church and associ
ate editor of the Portland Jour
nal.. The Brotherhood quartet
sang for the club.. The quar
tet is composed of Charles Peter.
Victor Rogers, Vane Wilder and
James Sturrn. Out of town
guests were Rev. Thomas Ache
son and Floyd Hutchins of Rich
land, Rev. Charles Hatter; and
Chaplain Forest Tihhits of Pas.
co, and Rev. Clark Smith of
In the brief business session
Rev. John B. Coan, pastor, was
called upon to outline the pur
poses and program of activities
carried out by such groups. The
club will sponsdr the Scouts of
Troop 24 and Cub Pack 24.
It adopted as its first work pros
ject the renovation of the church.
kitchen and aervﬁe room.
Its first social project was the
circulation of Washington Statel
Temperance Society petitions on
Initiative 163 relative to state
Operation of all alcoholic sales
within the state. A ' _ _
The men plan to meet for
a dinner program each fourth
Thursday at 6:30. Herman Camp
bell is dinner chairman and Earl
Pence program chairman. Gil
bert Clodfelter will head the
Marc“; dmn' ‘er arrangements com
Announce Engagement of
Mary Warner 9t. Patty _
- Last Saturday night Mr. and
Mrs. N. H. Warner of the West
Highlands announced the en
gagement of their daughter Mary;
to Robert Reyburn. The secret
was revealedwhen guests opened
heart favors. At the luncheon
a rianbow color scheme was car
ried out, the center-piece on the
lace covered table being of varied
cuoﬁired groups of ﬂoating water
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Unique Eating House
To Open Here in March
The Cottage will open for busi
ness about the middle of March
offering somethlna unique in food
service in Kainewick. The shop.
located at 318 Kennewick Avenue,
will feature barbecued sandwiches.
fountain service and 20 varieties
::i salads with home baked pas
The establishment will be oper
ated by Mr. and Mrs. John Car
lich. Mr. Carlich is an engineer
and will continue with that work.
He was employed at Hanford for
the past two years.
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Thursday, ”:35: ! J
Watson-Smith Rita i
Read at Nazarene N
Miss Eldora Watgon
of Mr. and Mrs. R. o, I
and Eugene Smith, m of“
Sadie Smith, were W“
marriage Monday evgmn‘ it ‘
February 18th by the a" ‘!
pastor of the Nazarene'k
Miss Dorothy Smith, lhh
the bridegroom and 14mm
son, brother of the hm. '
ed the young couple.
They will make their
in Finley for the pm
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