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low: Iron Ourflen and mm.
In the Armed Services
Pic. Home: Clyde 123 m is via
itinghisauntandun eDotand
Albert Cox in Kennewick. Homer
was with Gen. Patten’s 3rd Army
in Europe and has re-enlisted.
March 12th.
Homer is the son of Mr. and
lirs. Harry Davis of Kennewick.
{e hopes to see many of his old
fiends during his few days here.
Cpl. Wayne F. George, son of
Mr. and Mrs. F. W. George, left
Thursday to receive his discharge
at Ft. George Huston, Texas.
Cpl. George had been a prisoner
of the Japs for 42 months.
Vino: Visits
Frank Visger, Jr., Tech-Cpl. at
tached to medical detachment of
the Army Transport Command,
enjoyed a five-day furlough at
the home of his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Visger. He went to
Seattle Wednesday evening to re
port for duty aboard his ship
the ATS George Washington Car
ver. Frank has just returned
from Attu.
Word received from Bremerton
Navy Yards informs us that Earl
'l‘. Joes BM2/c was discharged
from the Navy there March 11.
Willis G. Gordon S/F of Route 2
was released from the Navy there
March 13.
Ready For lnslallalion . . .
Water Softeners, Filters and Purifiers
Beautiful Double Compartment China Laundry Trays
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Phone 981 315 Kennewick Ave.
”1&1” Rev. E. B. Himnlelrighl
Stir Evangelist .
, Revival Meeting. March 111031
! . .18 Benton Street So
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Sizes 24 to 32
. Purple Heart
Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Shields re
certlv receieved the purple heart
awarded posthumously to their
son Cecil Norris. Cecil lost his
life last July 30th while serving
aboard the USS Indianapolis, in
the Pacific.
Pic. Roald Joes is home on fur
lough from Kelly Field at San
Antonio, Texas.
Fred Markham Jr. was home
over the week end from McChord
Robert A. Mitchell RMI/c is
home again, having received his
discharge at Bainbridge, Mary
Alired Masher, after a 90-day
leave has been assigned to duty
at the US Naval Supply Depot in
Chief Petty Ofilcer 'E. L.’ Dall
man arrived Tuesday to spend a
30-day leave with his parents, Mr.
and‘Mrs. A. R. Dallman.
A gentle current of air directed
across your frosty windows by an
electric fan will clear the glass.
Kitchen windows that tend to
steam up can be cleared in the
same simple way. ‘ .
Read Courier-Reports: Classifieds
ofthemwutabtbuthrmdnewtocivilianoperations. a-—Curtisl
Commando (046)—hrgest twin-engine transport, gained war fame
flyingthemnmp." ItwillcerryMpnuengersetZfiOmilunn
hour. b—Mnrtin liars (JRH)—World's hm ”in: boat. Cruising
ofmorethanlltonstor over'aooomilel. o—Lockheed Constellation
(069)—Giant war trnnsport and holder of a transcontinental record.
in: under it: 1234: wing span. d-Boeinc Shutoeruiser (C97)—
CroseedcontinentinjnstoverOhours. ThiseounterpnrtottheSuper
fortresswllleurymWnt'Mmilesanhour. e—Douglns
DO4 V.(Cls4)—Workhorse ct war-time transport will be among first at
newcomers to civilian use. Carries 44 passengers at 250 miles an hour.
f—Consolidated Vultee “37"—Giant PAM-passenger plane is 12 times
size of present twin-engine airliner and will cruise at 340 miles an hour.
Boys of Cub Scout groups of
Kennewick are invited to the sec
ond meeting of Cuba inteneeted in
Stamp Collecting. The group will
meet at the Legion Hall on Mon
day, March 25 at 3:30 pan. Bring
almgums and’ stamps and join the
Troop 27. held its regular week
ly meeting Monday evening in the
Legion hall at 7:30. The meeting
was opened with the flag salute,
patrol“ inspection in charge of the
troop officers. The Bear and Cobra
patrols have a hike planned tor
sl‘ayed a’d th ”33$ ded with
p an e en
th e Scoutmasten" Benediction.
Twenty-three boys were great.
Alan Libby received his ender
foot badge in the investure cere
monies immediately following the
close of the meeting. Money was
taken by the scribe tor subscrip
tions to “Boys Life."
—Philip Vorvick, Scribe.
“001’ 84
' Troop 24 met in the basement of
the Methodist Church at 7 o’clock
last Monday, March 18. Games
were played and the meeting was
opened with the pledge of alleg
iance. We practiced First Aid and
signaling. The meeting was closed
with the Scoutmasters Benedic
tion. Seventeen boys were pres
ent. There will be a regular meet
ing next Monday, March 25 at
7 urn—Bill Taylor, Scribe.
Tentative plans for a cub pack
meeting for Cub Pack 24 are for a
meeting on March 29 in the Legion
Bx Jiffz Jeff
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“How come l3(rou got
‘insulate’ ‘.’” as ed the
wife of her husband.
That was a tough one,
but it is easy to explain
wh y we work-so-late
(with all the radios to
repair). Ask any of our
Jlfly Jeli's .
Radio & Hfi w
m We: cousin-m
Locust Grove Grange held its
regular business meeting last Fri
day eveningwith Catherine Nico-1
son Master in the chair. Applica-‘
tions for two memberships were
read for Mr. and Mrs. Ray Bower.
After closing, the meeting was
turned over to the Juvenile Master
Bill Owens and five new members
were initiated and given their de—
gree work. The Juvenile drill
team, just organized, during the
past two weeks, worked excep
tionally well and each member had
his part memorized. After the drill
the younssters ”(1‘13)“ a “$3
known talent by several. Master
Catherine Nicoson-preeented 100
percent attendance pins to Evelyn
Lyons, Henry Smith and Ralph
Nicoson. ~ - __
Vernon Van Cleave of Kenne
wick was an overnight guest of
Jim lan-kin Wednesday. \
Locust. Grove Home Circle met
Tuesday for an all-day session
with Zelda Svatonsky, lrene Clad
telter and Dorothy Simmelink as
sisting. President Lela Owens re
quested volunteers to attend a
meeting to be held in Walla Walla
concerning relocation of doctors
who served during the war. Mem
bers who‘volunteered were Grace
Edwards, Anne Owens and Katie
Nicoson. A meeting on fabrics to
he held next week in Prosser will
be represented by Edith Smith and
Beulah Nicoson. New members
joining the club were Mildred
Bowers. Mary Pearson and Leora
Elliott. After the business meeting
the club was served a delicious
fried chicken dinner. The next
meeting will be helm 10 at
the_hune of .Shairlw _
Wayne and Arlene Smith were
week-end guests of Vernon, Pat
and Betty Nicolon.
an. and’ MrhrlquSimmeunk
an child"; . Mrs. Ray
Bower and ley Rae were din
ner guests Sunday evening at the
Bud larkinihome. , 7
- glomeemmithvguxgweek
en guest an an than
Miss Agnes Glasur ot Mandan.
North Dakota 3 making an ee
tended visit with her sister, Mrs.
William Toniver.
Mr. and Mrs. Rock Richmond
and baby son, Byron, returned to
33;, Horse Beam home this
Bin' Owens was an ova-night
guest Monday of Pat and Vernon
Roscoe Richmond and Lyle Sim
melink attended their Eli’s meet
ing in Walla Walla Tuesday.
T 111: first child latex-“liner at the
war was passed y English
Parliament in 1802.
"l'he Highlands SBS club met
house. Twelvemanbeuandtwo
house. April 3. Roger Felton
al Women: club this Friday. .In
allofllcers and committee chair
men Friday night. March 22 at
the home of Mrs. E. H. Behrman.
This is to make out the yearly
reports. .
Alma 0’
Alma Chapter 088 will install
the new ofllcers for the comlng
year Fnday evenmg. March 22d,
eight o'clock, Masonic hall.
St. Paul's Guild is meeting this
week with Mrs. Jay Perry.
Alma Circle will meet Monday
March 25 with Mrs. R. Q. Mac
mahon, 15 Third Avenue East for
1:30 dessert luncheon.
The Les Amie: pinochle club
met at Mrs. Nora Paulson’s Wed
nesday at 1:30. First prize was
won by Mrs. Neva Watkins and
second by Mrs. Mae Lampson.
Low honors went to Mrs. Esther
Beinhart and the traveling prize
to Mrs. Ruth Watkins. Mrs. Peter
Erickson will entertain the club
at her home April 3rd.
The Fourth Friday club will
meet at two o’clock on Friday,
March 22 at the home of Mrs.
W. 'l‘. Elliott.
On Monday evening theKilkare
club was mtertained at a dinner
party at the Bob Simmelink
home. Bridge followed with high
prizes won by Mr. and Mrs. Bob
Simmelink and low by Mr. and
Mrs. Floyd Higley.
Mrs. Fred English was hostess
to the Entre Nous bridge club
Wednesday evening.
To' all them ‘ ' ‘
and customers of ‘-
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you have favored us with all the many pleasant association! 'O, ‘.';..:;;t
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' DAVID N. HALL, Manager.
-day. March 22. Mrs. Cloud wm
tencheld will be the assistant
hostess. Mrs. E. Johnson will
have a paper on Bolivia and
Mrs. Belalr will give a brief
historyotEaudor. ,
Pinkaccneen clubwillmeet
Thursday, March 28 at two pm.
Althea Rehelnh lodge will meet
Monday night. Fourteen candi
dates will reeclve the Rebekah
degvee. Rehweshlnents will be set
ved. All members of the degree
and drill teams. don’t forget the
practice Sunday at 2:30.
PEO is having a short business
meeting Tuesday evening, March
28th at 7:30 at the home of Mabel
Black. The meeting will be brief
so members can attend the con
cert at the high school.
East Kennewick Women: club
will meet with Mrs. George Al
brecht on Need”, March 26 at
2pm. Therewillbeenelection
of oflicers at this meeting. Bring
curios roll call.
Villa! Gang.
Kennewick Valley Grange will
hold a pie social Saturday. March
23. The public is lnvitéd.
The Townsend club members
of the Fourth Congressional dis-
trict held’their mean; here Sun
day ,March 17th at the Christian
church. There were over 125
mnacou'mla . .‘::
806; 6 1:3? 1 .‘.‘
Phone Paco saw 3 1|
no" 303 4'7. W ' ‘
Thursda m 1
hwtw‘a’flm mu...
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thmewicli. ‘
e sta e reprugu
W. Mooney of s “3:" _.
main speaker antrothg “z: »
gamst, John Lane of y.“ .
was '-
ere was a lar e
ey raised to carry‘on'utau\
The next district "1
be held in “me
There will be a way for ‘
toTfio. 'r "Ch.
e ownsendl
alive. The saying gang"
up when you know you ll! It.
—\ M
The Kennewick N
Mothers club met Tum”
in the Arrow Grill. AM
M. Moulton was the Min
er and Juvenile Den“ N
the topic. The group up
carry on an educational . '
against the unprotected ~,'
canal running through :1. Hi:
The election of 0 on hf“
next years were as follow; PM
ident. Mrs. W. Click; vlO. ‘
dent, Mrs. K. Hudson; w
Mrs. D. Skirving, and .
Mrs. J. Heggen. The next ..
ing will be a joint dance m .
Pasco club on April 30 in ['l
Pasco USO recreational LII].
Cars Collide Tuesday
On Kennewnck Avenue
1 Harry w. Poling and Pat'
‘ers were involved in m lllto ‘
cident on the intersection of .
Icade and Kgnipwie‘lszvg, .
day noon. omg pull“ {
to Kennewick Ave. from e .. .
when Pat Sanders, who w.
ing down Kennewick Ave. hit .3
car on the left rear tender. ..,
siderable damage was dun .
each car. .

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