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The Kennewick courier-reporter. [volume] (Kennewick, Wash.) 1939-1949, August 01, 1946, Image 2

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Isued Thursdays by The Kennewick Printing Company _
217 Kennewick Ave, Kennewick, Washington *
Member Washington Newspaper Publishers Association, Inc.
32 your in Benton County. 93 outside. Entered as second class
matter April 2, 1914 at P.O. Kennewick, Wash., under Act of
March 3, 1879. The Courier, established March 27, 1902; The .
Reporter, established Jan. 24. 1908, consolidated April 1, 1914.
Rolfe Tuve, Publisher
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EAST KENNEWICK
31 Dorothy Carlton
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m laden Vim
Mrs. D. Sturb was a caller
at the home of Mrs. Bryan Hardy
Sunday afternoon.
A. L. Reavis and son Gene re
turned from a weeks’ vacation in
Parkdale, Oregon last Thursday.
Charles Mizer started picking
prunes Tuesday, July 30.
Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Hawkin
son were Sunday dinner guests
at the home of Mrs. Stanely .Gold
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Here is a chance to save money on i
pipe—we have a quantity of Q
salvaged from Hanford water system ,
and now stocked at Hanford ready for
delivery. ‘ . ‘ "
This is wire¥wound, high-head, used
stave pipe, built for-c 250 foot heads, in .
very good condition. Comes in diame
ters of 4,6, Bto 12 inches, and in ran
dom lengths, with connecting collars.
We will deliver this pipe to your ranch,
or if you wish to take delivery at Han
ford and haul your own pipe please call
at either our Yakima or Grandview .
plant office for requisition and pass. ' _.
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Avenue G Plenty of Parking Space
smith. The Hawkinsons have sold
their home in Pasco and are mov
ing to Lewiston. Mr. Hawkin
son is Mrs. Goldsmith’s brother.
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Reavis were
Tuesday. evening guests at the
Felton home.
Sam Weigands started picking
canteloupes Tuesday. Mr. Wei
gands is the first in this neigh
borhood to start picking.
A birthday dinner was given at
the A. L. Reavis home for Gene
Reavis. Guests were Mr. and Mrs.
l’l‘aylor,‘ Bobby Goldsmith, and
Bonita Carlton.
Major L. L. Osborn and family
of Fresno, Calif., are expected at
the home of Mrs. C. H. Luellotf
this week end. Mrs. Osborn is
Mrs. Luelloff's daughter.
Miss Bonita Carlton was a Sun
day dinner guest at the A. L.
Reavis home. _
Mrs. Ralph Soper and Mr. and
Mrs. Roy Mueller gave a dinner
honoring their parents, Mr. ‘and
Mrs. B. A. Mueller, Sunday. They
presented the Muellers with a
chest of silver. Mrs. Anna Gould
of ~Minneapolis was a guest.
Mrs. Thelma Thompson of We
natchee is visiting at the home
of her sister Mrs. Virgil Masters.
Mrs. Ben Van Patter and daugh
ters, Miss Jerry Lou and Mrs.
C. R. Eggleston were businses
visitors in Walla Walla Saturday.
The Allen Ridley of Richland
were picnic guests at the Raph
Soper hpme Friday evening,
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Logan
are visiting Mrs. Leonard Jacobs
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kuh
of East Kennewick. ‘
Mrs. Virgil Masters, her mother,
Mrs. Gowing, and her sister, Mrs. ‘
Thompson are visiting in Pom
eroy this week. ‘
Miss Donna Jacobs is visiting ‘
at the Henry Smith home in ‘
Horse ‘Heaven this week. .
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ROVER NOTES
81 In. Harmon Wilcox
Phone now: to Kennewick 12:9
behre Wednesday 3
V. 1. Tucker of Le Centre,
Wash, and brother Sterling, of
Haden Lake, Idaho were . Hover
visitors Tuesday. Mr. Tucker is
State Deputy Granger for Clark
county and is also with Grange
Mutual foe Insurance. He owned
and managed the Hover Mechan
tile for quite a few years, and
was also a teacher in the Hover
school.
WSCS is postponed until Sept.
3rd. It willbe held at Mrs. Harry
Hampton’s home. .
Mr. and Mrs. Art Perkins and
son of Bremerton arrived last
Saturday to visit at the Carl
Slaybaugh home. They left Tues
day for their home.
Miss Shirley Weltz of Spokane
was a guest at the home of Bev
srly Wilcox Thursday and Fri
ay.
Mr. and Mrs. 'E. H. Stinhett
were business visitors in Walla
Walla Friday. .
Mrs. E. S. Jones of Pasco called
at the Harmon Wilcox home and
also the Orval Butterfield home
Friday.
Mrs. Clifford Judd and sons
and Miss Dorothy Mclntyre called
at the home of their grandfather
R. S. Mclntyre Sunday.
Miss Shirley Larkin of Ken
newick was a guest of Miss Bev
erly June Wilcox Monday."
Mrs Lula Hampton of ,Spo
kane is staying at the Harry
Hampton home during the ab
sence of her son. ‘ '
Mrs. Glenna Larkin of Ken
newick was a guest of Mrs. Emily
Laudell Monday.
Mr. and 'Mrs. Clem Tholman
of Pasco and Mr. and Mrs. Mange
from Illinois were callers at the:
home of Mrs. Emily Laudell on}
Monday. .
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Christ
enson and Mr. and ' Mrs. Seth
Montague were dinner guests at
flhe Frank Montague home Sun
ay. .
Mr. and Mrs. Kirkendoll of
Richland visited at the Frank
Montague home Sunday evening.
Mr.‘ and Mrs. Harry Hampton
and son Bobby left Saturday for
a' f_e_w days _vagation trip._ _
Glen and Desmond Judd of
Pierce City, Missouri arrived in
Hover Friday. Glen left for‘What
com to visit with Clifford Judd
and family Desmond is visiting at
the Dean Judd home.
Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Kelly and
family of Olalla, Wash., arrived
Friday evening to visit the Geo.
Bafus family. Mr. Kelly is Mrs.
gray brother. They left Mon
y - '
Miss Betty Mclntyre of Ken
newick visited at the home of
her brother and family, Mr. and
Mrs. Bob Mclntyre Saturday.
Lester Wilcox was .an over
[night visitor at the home of his;
‘mndparents, Mr. and Mrs. Orval‘
Bqtserfielsi gm; ____ -l
Mr.~and Mrs. MC F. Mflle; and
two boys of Bellingham came
Wednesday to spend ,a few days
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at the home of Mrs. Miller’s aunt
and uncle. Mr. and Mrs. Carl
Slaybaugh. They are enroute to
Kansas.
Finley Holes
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§ Mr. and Mrs. Frank Moore of
North Platte, Nebr., are visiting
at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Bert Fredricks. Mrs. Fredricks is
a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Moore.
) Mrs. Jake Adams and son Larry
ileft Tuesday night for Portland,
[Ore., on business and to visit
ifriends while there.
‘ Mrs. Howard Munson and son
Jimmy left Sunday evening for
Seattle where they will visit Mr.
and Mrs. Gifford Munson. _.
Mrs. Frank Volland plans to
leave. Friday for Walla Walla
for a week.
Glenn Watson, son of Mr. and
Mrs. R. 0. Watson has received
his discharge from the army and
arrived home Tuesday morning.
Glenn has been stationed in the
Hawaiian Islands the past two
years.
B. L. Slocumb and Jesse Lande
are busy this week getting out
their first cantaloupes of the sea
son.
Dan Gerber and son Steve
called on Jesse Lande and B.
L. Slocumb Tuesday.
Little Judy Fredricks who was
ill with pneumonia and in the
Pasco hospital, returned to her
home last Friday much improved.
Mrs. Joe Schula was a Mon
day evening visitor at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Dan Gerber.
Finley grange met Friday nite.
Five candidates received the 3rd
and 4 degrees, given by the
degree team.‘
‘ Mrs. Bunny Chavez gvisited her
wparents Mr. and Mrs. Dan Gerber
‘on Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Allison of
Milton called 'on Mr. and Mrs.
Fred Brodbeck Sunday.
.Visitors at the Frank Volland
home Saturday were Mr. and
Mrs. Brake of Pasco.
Mrs. Lester Cox of Cle Elum
was a visitor of Mr. and Mrs.
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John Perkins went to Cle Elum
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state of Delaware was by the
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loan Associaiion
of Walla Walla .
Applications for loans on homes in Kenm.
wick & vicinity may be made at the office of
file 8: Spaulding, Inc. _.
211 Kennewick Ave. Phone 181
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