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3’ Mn. Dan Gerber
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rifle? grange met Friday night
“a; a fair attendance. Bm Nunn
W elected to fill the vacant of
” of overseer for the unexpired
‘m 0! Lloyd DonnallYr Who has
find to Dayton. Mrs. Ruth
mpton and Mrs. George Taylor
'6, elected as Pomona and Flora
”finish the unexpired terms of
It'- narjorie Paulson and Kath.
an smthersn .
labors 01;. the Finley Grange
will hold their annual picnic at
ill memck park July 2131:,
Wat 1 pm. A potluck din
l“fl",mnned and the Grange will
the ice cream. Each fam
is uked to bring sweetened
id” for cold drinks and their
table service. All members
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foods grow stronger, remain more ".1118: and hve
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the means to produce. Give him an honest return ‘
:0! his efforts. Encourage his production of foods
or a better life for all mankind. . :
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productive all our farms . . . the brighter life :
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kane is visiting her parents, Mr.
anec:ek Mrs. C. F. Schmelzer this
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Mrs. H. Thompson and daughter
Norma from Grand Forks, North
Dakota, are visiting- at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Gene O’Hair.
Curtis O’Hair and Miss Norma
Thompson were dinner guests of
Mr. and Mrs.- Harold O’Hair Fri
da_y_ evening._ ___ A 7
Mr. and Mrs. Victor Markgrofl
and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Joyce of
Seattle are gusts of Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Beathe.‘ ~ 7 _
Dinner guests Thursday evening
of Mr. and Mrs. Ellsworth O'Hair
were Mrs. H. Thompson and Nor
ma of Grand Forks, No. Dak., and
Mr. and Mrs. Gene O’Hair of Ken
newick. 7 ~
Mrs. Joe Shula Sr. and daughter
Rose called Wednesday evening
on Mr. and Mrs. Dan Gerber.
Miss Rose Shula of Bremerton
has been visiting at the home of
her parents, Mr. and ~Mrs. Joe
Shula the past two weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Gardner at-
tended the ball game In Pasco
Sunday. - _
Mrs. Dan Kincheloe and Mrs.
Betty Bowers called on Mr. and
Mrs. T. M. Gardner Monday eve
nmg. -
‘ Harry Beathe and George Tay
lor were callers ‘at the home of
Dan Gerber Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Piert and
Peggy and Rodney; Mr. and Mrs.
Virgil Masters and Merle return
ed Monday from a trip over to
Seattle and Lake Chelan.
Mrs. Dan Kincheloe and Mrs.
Betty Bowers and Mel Bowers
came Sunday to visit at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Fred-Falque.
Finley Grange will put on the
3rd and 4th degree work Friday
night, July 26th. Other granges}
3;: invited to bring their candi-‘F
as. .
SBS MEETS _
The Highland SBS club met on
July 10 at the home of Dick and
John Robinson.
Eleven members were present.
Plans for the 4-I-I annual picnic
were discussed.
The next meeting _will be held
July 24 at the home of Milton and
Audrey Faragher at 7 o’clock. '
Refreshments were served.
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! Cecil Bailey and daughter Carol
‘Ann from Los Angela, arrived at
sthe J. H. Carlton home Wednesday
{evening and left for St. Louis Fri
‘day morning. Mr. Bailey is Mr.
Carlton’s nephew. ' .
A church shower was given for
Glenn and Marilyn Mizer at the
.Reavis home Tuesday evening.
Over fifty guests attended. The
ygfttisng couple receivd many lovely.
g .
Mr. and Mrs. Dick Foraker were
charivaried Saturday eveninngs.
Foraker is the former Nicki Emel
of Bremerton.
Harvey Carlton started his har
vest of wheat Thursday and re
ports that it is running pretty
good.
Guests at the Reavis home this‘
week are Mr. and Mrs. Dick For
aker on their honeymoon. They
are leaving Saturday.
Audrey and Nevalin Carlton,
Dorothy and Larraine Schwartz
and Ray Schwartz wane business
vigitqrs _in Bendlegon Mgndayz __
Late Reavis and son Gene left
Thursday for a week's vacation
in Potsdayle, Ore.
Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Hardy re
turned Tuesday evening from a
month’s visit in Joliet, Montana,
where they have been visiting‘
their son Ned. 1
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The Luta Camp Fire group met
July 11 in the park with their
guardian, Mrs. Nelson. It was de
cided that the girls take enough
money out of the treasury to buy
a Camp Fireflag. The old busi
ness and the new business was
talked about. The meeting was
then adjourned. Alazara Albrecht.
The Mason and Dixon Lino
- The Mason and Dixon line was
surveyed between November 13.
1763, and December, 1767. by two
Englishmen—Charles Mason and
Jeremiah Dixon. It separates the
states of Maryland and Pennsyl
vania. Before the Civil War, it
was the dividing line between the
sloaveholding and the free terri
ry.
I wish to thank the
voters ; for their loyal
support in the recent”
primary election.
HARRY B. COCHRAN
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Drilling Co.
Drilling Water Wells
Curtis Court, Rt. No. 2
-' Kennewick, Wn. ,
Phone Kennewick 1453
Platt Ballaine & Sons
Well mining
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First Federal Savings and
Loan Association .
of Walla Walla
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wick & vicinity may be made at the office of
Fyie 8: Spanlding. Inc.
211 Kennewick Ave. Phone 1231
Kennewick, Wash. ,
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