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”a. Mrs. Lela C. Hatch, Mrs
w Palmer. (one vacancy, of.
M Grade: Miss Muriel EV
“ Mrs. Hazel Hodgson, Mrs.
”an Langford’, (one vacancy).
my Grade: Mrs. Zela Meyer,
I“- ma Kehros, Mrs Louise
W Mrs. Martha Carroll.
w Grade: Mrs. Lydia R.
M (Three vacancies, two of
Junior High School
mi: Grade: Mathematics,
”8” It. Gilbert; Social Science,
mgr-y Payne; English, F. Ai
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.wh Grade: Mathematics,
' E. Wilder; Social Science,
22y: Lunde; Science, Viola
nughes- .
[hill Grade: English, Jacob J.
w; Algebra. Donald E. Trull
mer; Social Science, Mary V.
Wright; General Science, vacancy.
Senior High School
Home Economics, Halile B.
mason, Mary .R. McGuinness;
physical Education, girls, Mary
Lee Brest; boys, Roger Jones
Industrial Arts, Wilton R. C 01,5;
,5; English, Ethel C. Christie;
namemafics, J. Harold Stringer,
musical Science, M. G. Clark.
www’ Victor lg. Iliggers;
WED guages an i rary,
Louise Fredel; Social Science,
Doris Popple; Commercial (typ
ing), Helen Hurley; Commercial,
(A? zting and Shorthand), va
mie,, Band Master, Frederick A.
English; Vocal Music, Mary Tem
pleton. .
Miss Templeton is a former
Kennewick teacher who has been
in Red Cross work the past three
years. She has been overseas and
is returning this summer in time
in resume her duties teaching
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Lillie Stories of the Week . . .
. Word has just been received
here that Mr. and Mrs. John Aus
tin and baby daughter sailed for
Honolulu last Friday. They had
been waiting in San Francisco for
two weeks to get passage. Mrs.
Austin, formerly Helen Williams,
is the daughter, of Mr. and Mrs.
Earle V. Williams. Austin only
recently received his discharge.
He and his wife and daughter will
make their home in Honolulu.
Mr. and Mrs. Leßoy Alsbury
and two sons of Tacoma visited
with Mr. and Mrs. Earle V. Wil
liams for the week end. Mrs. Als
bury is the former Margaret Wil
Miss Laura Zwanzig of San
Francisco and Mr. and Mrs. Carl
Defienbaugh of Walla Walla were
Sunday visitors at the homes of
Mr. and Mrs. R. Q. Macmahon
and Mr. and Mrs. Allen Defien
baugh. '
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Giard return
ed Monday from Eugene, Ore.,
where they visited their son Jim
Giard and family.
Mrs. R. E. Hatch was in Sunny
side on Monday to attend funeral
services for her uncle, A. E.
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Foraker
are parents of a daughter born
May 30. They have named her
Sandra Lorraine.
Floyd Neilson has sold his place
on the West Highlands to Mr.
grenan, who comes from Nebras
Miss Muriel Svans, a teacher in
the fourth grade, is spending her
vacation at LaGrande, Ore., where
she will attend summer school.
Mrs. Verlie Hembree and family
were down from Yakima for Me
morial Day.
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Reed and Mr.
and Mrs. Ernie Quinton were Sun
day visitors in Lyle. .
The Pasco and Kennewick So
journers clubs enjoyed a picnic
Tuesday at the Pasco Gun club
A daughter was born to Mr.
and Mrs. Bert Sievert, Sunday,
June 2at the Pasco hospital. Mr.
siifgvert is cashier at the Uniqn Pa
c Ic. A
Mrs. E. S. Black went to Wenat
chee Monday as delegate from the
Kennewick chapter to attend the
$33 convention of PEO sister-
Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Peterson left
recently for a visit to their old
home in Tulsa ,Okla. They were
accompanied by their son Bob of
Seattle. '
Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Cullinger left
Saturday on a six weeks’ vacation
trip to their former home in Mary
ville, Mo. Mr. Cullinger is high
school mathematics teacher.
Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Wagy arriv
ed Saturday morning from Kansas
City for a two weeks’ visit with
their daughter and son-in-law, Mr.
and Mrs. Allen Defienbaugh.
Mrs. Frank Wright and son
Lewis, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Megy
and Mr. and Mrs. M. L. ‘Megy and
children went fishing up Mill
Creek last Thursday. ‘
Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Ellege and
daughter Mrs. Francis Brown at
tended the horse races in Dayton
last Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Beamer of
Spokane, on their way home from
Portland, visited their son, Leigh
Beamer and family last week end.
Jimmie Beamer, their grandson,
accompanied them to Spokane to
visit__f9r several weeks. ‘
Mildred Brown, who is employ
ed in Seattle, was here Thursday
to Sunday visiting her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. J. _Brieson Brown
and other relatives and friends.
Miss Marie Spiegelberg of Spo
kane, was here for Memorial Day
and to greet many friends.
Mr. and Mrs.~ Claude Warner,
son and daughter, of Spokane,
were recent visitors of Marion
Warner and family.
Mrs. H. G. Gaul was here from
Walla Walla ifor several days
transacting business and visiting
Robert B. Mason, PhM2/c re
tumed to San Diego, Calif., last
Friday after spending a 12-day
leave here with his wife and par
ents. He is serving on the Carrier
Tommy and Robert Simmelink
and Mary Ellen Dickinson arrived
Friday from Pullman at the end
of a year at Washington State Col
lege. Miss Tommy will return to
Pullman Sunday for summer
schoo.l there.
Miss Frances Lieser, Vancouver,
spent the week end at the M. Sim
melink home.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph McCalmant,
Mr. and Mrs. M. Simmelink, Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Mason attended
spring conference of the American
gegion Auxiliary” ' at Richland Sun
Mr. and Mrs. Barton Sherlgot
Aberdeen and Mrs. K. Nicholson
of Coos Bay, Ore., came Memorial
day and were guests until Sunday
of Mr. and Mrs. E. S. McDonald
and Mrs. George Sherk.
Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Dingman
of Bremerton were guests at the
E. S. McDonald home Sunday to
wgnaday-__ i, f, f ,
Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Flagg and
daughter Dorothea, of Seattle, Mr.
and Mrs. W. H. Maxwell and fam
ily, Miss Mary Clark of Pasco, Mr.
and Mrs. Ira, Short, Mr. and Mrs.
C. A. Watts of Kennewick were
picnicking up the Yakima river
Memorial Day. They returned in
the evening and ate supper on the
lawn at the Watts gorge. _ _
Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Flag of Se
attle, accompanied Mrs. C. A.
Watts to church Sunday.
attle, Mr. and Mrs‘. W. H Maxwell
and little daughter Maryln, were‘
supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. C.
A. Watts Tuesday evening.
‘ AsonwasborntoMr.aners.
W. F. Neel on June~2 at ther
hospital. -
Mr. and Mrs. Ted Endsley and
son Tommie of St. Helena, Oregon,
were week end visitors of Mr. and
‘Mrs. Jack Oliver. Ted and Jack
were in the same flight wing in
Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Bailey and
Mr. and Mrs. Ira McClaren were
business callers in Grandview on
Sunday. - ' j
Mrs. Melvin Moore and chil
dren were down from Benton City
Sunday and spent the day with
her father, W. J. Thurston. , ;
' Mr. and Mrs. Mart Tuttle and
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Tuttle were§
callers at the Frank Lampson‘
home Sunday. ‘
Mrs. Fred Bunch, Jr., and;
daughter, Mary Lea, are at home‘
again at 335 Avenue C. Mary;
LeawasbornMaleat Our;
Lady of Lourdes hospital. She.
weighed six pounds, two ounces
at birth.
Mrs. F. A. Benjamin left Wed
nesday, May 30, for Emmett, Ida
ho, to attend Memorial day serv
ices and for a brief visit with‘
friends and relatives in Boise and:
vicinity. 1
Wesley Door, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Howard Door, returned home
Monday evening after receiving
his navy discharge at Shoemaker,
Calif. He served as navy gunner
in the South Pacific.
Edward C. Miller, formerly a
Kennewick business man, who has
recently been contracting in Den
ver, was called back to Denver
from the city Tuesday on emer
gency business. Miller drove to
Pendleton and traveled by air
from that point.
wscs cmcu: no. a \
Circle No. 2 of WSCS will meet
in the City park for a picnic Wed
nesday, June 12th at 12:30 p. 111.
Please bring covered dish and
table service. During the business
meeting at 2 p. m. Mrs. Herbert
Misner will have charge of the
The Pink and Green club will
have an all day meeting at the
home of Grace Edwards at Lo
cust Grove. Cars will leave Vib
ber’s corner at 11 a. In. Please
bring table service.
Rev. 'l'insley ls
Nazarene Pastor
Rev. J. N. Tinsley has taken up
the pastorate of the Kennewick
Nazarene church. He served two
years as pastor of the Nazarene
church at Moscow, Idaho; six
years as superintendent of the
northwest district, which includes
eastern Washington and the Pan
handle of Idaho, headquarters at
Spokane; four years as superin
tendent of the Minnesota district;
two and one-half years as pastor
at Miami, Florida, and two years
at Central Nazarane church, Col
orado Springs. Colorado.
“We left Colorado Springs be
cause the high altitude affected
the health' of both Mrs. Tinsley
and myself,” Rev. Tinsley said.
“We are not strangers in Kenne
wick as this church was included
in the churches of the district
when we served it as superin
tendent. We came here because
we felt that we would like the
people of the community and the
church. Also because we knew
that this is one of the fastest
grong sections of the United
States. We believe that Kennewick
has a great future. We find people
where we have been taking a
keen interest in the developments
of this section and have heard
many express their intention of
coming this way.
“The church and the people of
the community have received us
very kind Ly. We have felt at home
from the very beginning."
Due to the difference in the
time here and at Richland, the
services of the church have been
changed from 8 p. m. on Sunday
are??? and Wednesday evenm' gs
Rev. Briece, former pastor, ex
pects to remain here and will be
engaged in farming as well as
evangelistic work. ‘
Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Robertson
and son Tommy of Midvale; Ida.,
were overnight guests at the Bar--
mon Wilcox home Friday night
and Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs.
Robertson formerly lived in Hover.
Saturday they drove to Connell to
attend the funeral of Mrs. Robert
son_’s_l_u_icle, Mr. Lee Olds. - __
WSCS met at‘the home of Mrs.;
Bill Nunn Tuesday. Mrs. Alice
Judd was appointed in charge oi."
Cradle Roll and Mrs. Harmon Wil
cox yas elected treasurer to fill
out the unexpired term of Mrs.
Lloyd Donnally.
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Mclntyre and
family and Mr. and Mrs. Everett
Persinger and family were dinner
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Cliflord
Judd Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ayers went to
Connell Saturday afternoon to at
tend the funeral of R. L. Olds.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Birdwell of
Rosalia and Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Lucas of San Bernadino, Calif.
were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bill
Nunn Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. U. D. Jones and
children of Ferndale, were over
night guests at the Carl Slaybaugh
home Thursday.’ Miss Louella
Bowman of Kennewick accompan~
‘ied them to their home in Kansas.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lyons call
ed at the Ayers ranch Sunday
evening, May 24th.
Mrs. James Harper and daugh
ter Joy visited the Harry Hamp
twi home last week. '
Mrs. Mamie Troutwine and her
daughter, Mrs. Treva Rigby from
Fugue, Ore., visited at the Bill
Nunn home Friday. -
Grape Festival Plan
Meets Wide Support
(Continued from Page 1)
lected for the festival—one that
imaginative citizens who have
never quite lost the thrill of
“dressing up” for something.
' The Grape Festival may also
have a parade of floats and one
exciting “Mardi Gras” day, when
the streets will he tilled with
folks in every imaginable costume,
if present plans go through.
Actual date for the festival is
still to be set. A committee work
ing under the direction of Mayor
J. C. Pratt, is considering all the
factors involved in selecting dates,
which will be announced as soon
as they are known.
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Althea Rebekah lodge will meet
Monday night. One candidate will
be taken in. net-Went: will
be served. One Wednesday, June
10, two candidates will be taken
to Kiona to receive the degree.
Anyone wishing to go should con
tact Luceil Stradling or Flora
Ray Taylor attended the Wash
ington State Federation of Post
Ofilce Clerks May fills-me 1 at El
lensburg, where he ed on the
resolutions committee. Mr. Tay
lor was elected vice-president of
the Federation for southeastrn
Washington. ,
John B. Conn. Minister
Sun. Church School weekly at 9:45
Sunday Morning Service at 11:00
Choir and timely messages
Evening Youth Fellowship at 0:30
Devotions and Social Fellowship
Always a Genuine Welcome
First Baptist Church
Corner ls: and Washington
Sunday School 10 an.
Morning Worship 11 an.
Jr. High and Sr. High Young
People’s Gflup 7:00 p. m.
Evening W l p 8:00 P 4 m.
Prayer Meeting Wed” 8:00 P. m.
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l Finley Notes I
} Mrs. Louis Chavez and children
\returned home Friday from Lake
Bay where they had been visiting
‘the past few weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Day of
Kennewick were callers at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. T. M.Gard
ner Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Perkins. Mrs.
Howard Munson and son Jimmy
were Sunday visitors at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Dan Gerber.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Brodbeck
attended the commencement exer
cises of the Richland high school
Monday evening.
Marvin Lechelt and Bunny Cha
vez made a trip to Seattle Satur
day and returned Sunday night.
Mrs. -Zindel and two grandchild
ren, from Lyle, were over night
visitors of Mr. and Mrs. 'l‘. M.
Gardner, Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Heading
ton from Woodland, .Calif., arrived
Sunday to attend the funeral of
Mark Turner, father of Mrs. Hed
Mr. and Mrs. Banks Combs and
children visited in Yakima. over
the week end with Mrs. Combs’
mother, Mrs. Lillie Kinkade and
sisters, Mrs. Bill Brown and Mrs.
Joe Groves.
'Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Hack
made a trip to Tacoma over the
week end to see Mr. Hack's daugh
ter who is in the hospital. Mrs.
Hack’s daughter by a former mar
riage, came home with them for a
short stay.
Mr. Scott went to Portland this
week to receive medical care.
Ben Hack was in Prosser this
week on jury duty”
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Henderson
:of Richland were callers at the
Watkin home Saturday. ‘
Mr. and Mrs. Dewer Hensen
fied at the Ben Hack home Mon-i
Mrs. Ben Hack, Raymonm
Delores and Mrs. Hazel A
were in Walla Walla on business
one day last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Roper have
sold their home on Nob Hill and
will move to their new home
across from the golf course soon.
Raymond Hack visited Mrs. K.
Kuh at the Pasco hospital Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward H. Clark
of 124 Locust Drive, have received
word that their daughter-in-law.
Colleen Clark, wife of Sgt. Edward
H. Clark, Jr., will arrive in San
Francisco on June 4 from Calcutta,
India aboard a Bride ship. Sgt.
Clark and Colleen Callaghan, an
English girl, were married in the
Army Chapel at Calcutta on April
7. Sgt. Clark is expected home
The Kennewick Valley Grange
will hold its regular meeting Fri
day. June 7, at 8 p.m. at the grunge
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Kiwanis Hears
Mom Details
“There are wonderml years
ahead with the prospects of fur
ther atomic energy developments,"
Dr. Llewellyn A. Sandman said
in addnessing the Kennewick Ki-
wanis club Tuesday on the subject
of nuclear «mu-Iy. Dr. Sanderman
is a member of the University of
Washington Physics department
and has done considerable ne
seamh work in the field of radio
aciivitz- _ _ _ _ _ _
Dr. Sande described in de
tail the process of “atom-splitting”
its use in the production of bombs
and its possible use for commer
cial purposes. He stated. however,
that at present stages general us
age is not practical. For instance,
he said that a 100 horsepower mo
tor would necessarily weigh 15
tons to provide sufficient protec
tion against radioactivity. The
study of the effect of radioactivity
on the human body will be given
impetus in the use of animals in
the Bikini experiments. It is hop
ed that out of this study cancer
cures may be developed.
Dr. Sander-man predicted that
with the use of atomic energy it
would be possible for the first
time to send rockets beyond the
earth’s gravitation field.
In comparing the huge amounts
of energy that can he developed
he stated that the annihilation of
13.6 pounds of matter in producing
nuclear energy would be equal to
a year's production of electrical
energy of the entire United States
using present methods.
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Dr. Wick Launches
Kennewick _Pra_ctice
Recently discharged from the
Army after 45 months of service,
H. W. Wick. M. D.. is establishing
a practice in Kennewick. He plans
to use the space now occupied by
Dr. Ralph Deßit as soon as he
moves to his new location on First
Avenue. For the present Dr. Wick
will maintain evening hours in Dr.
Deßit'swoftice. A _ _ ‘ _
Dr. Wick was stationed in Alas
ka and me Aleutian Islands. At
Nome he was commander of the
Station hospital. He is a graduate
of the University of Washington
Medical School and of Northwest
ern in Chicago. ‘
Dr. Wick was married recently
in Spokane. .
The Highland SBS club met
May 18 at the ma clubhouse.
Twelve members were present. It
was decided to take money out
of the club’s treasury to help send
the kids to club camp. The next
meeting will be held June 12 at
at Highland clubhouse at 7:30.
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