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Rev. Buelah Scott will lecture
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W“ Sunday, August 11 at
3:00 p.m- daylight saving time.
Her subject Will be “God’s Rela
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Through her lectures Rev. Scott
'm teach the use of the doctrine
of Jesus Christ In _every day liv
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anew church or sect, but to help
men and-women of every church,
6 well as. those who have no
church aﬂihation, use the eternal
truth of God.
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Harry Lee Allen. age 17. of ‘
Route 1. Kennewick. who on i
July 17 entered the navy at
Seattle. He is now stationed at
San Diego. Allen graduated
from Kennewick High School ‘
last spring. third high in scho
lastic standing in his class. His 1
high school record includes par- ‘
ticipation on the Kennewick \
High tennis team. and the post ‘
of editor in chief of the school ‘
nevspaper at Parmington.
Washington. A high-ranking 1
scout. he has acted as assistant
scout master at Pennington. and J
in 1945 attended the Green
Bar convention in Spokane. Be- ‘
tore entering the service. he was
employed at the Addison Miller
Ice Plant. north of Pasco.
OLD TIMERS VISIT
Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Richards, of
Tucson, Ariz., were in Kennewick
yesterday as one of the stopping
places on a three months’ tour of
many of the States. They were
residents here 26 years ago and
operated the old Palace Cafe. They
only found two or three people
they knew back in the “good old
days,” among them being the L. E.
J ohnsons, K. C. Giffords and R. E.
Reeds. They were astounded at
the growth of the community and
were much surprised to learn that
the Hanford project had so much
to do with the war’s end.
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Mr. and Mrs. Ward Despain re
cently returned from a 3,000 mile
trip to attend the Golden Wedding
of Ward’s parents at Lovell, Wy
oming; Attending the function
were Mr. and Mrs. Despain’s 12
children and some 47 grandchild
ren, accompanied by their respec
tive husbands and wives. One
grandson was unable to attend,
being in the service. While on
their trip the Despains visited
both the Teton and Yellowstone
National parks. They also visited
the Emmet Cleve and Dan Mundy
families, both of which used to
live in Kennewick. The Cleves
now reside in Boise, Idaho and the
Mundys at Nyssa, Oregon. Both
families send their best regards to
all their Kennewick friends. Ac
companying the Despains on their
trip was Mrs. Fred Schafer of Spo
kane. Upon the return, Mrs.
Schafer visited at the Despain
home before returning to Spokane.
Mrs. Felix Hollebeke of Kahlu
tus visited with her sister, Mrs.
Ray Schmelzer Monday.
Dorothy and Ray Mclntyre are
visiting at the home of their broth
er H. D. Mclntyre in Cle Elum.
Mr. and .Mrs. Ralph Burt m
the proud parents of a son, born
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Sunday 11 a.m. and 7 :30 p.m.
Great song services where people really sing
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THE KENNEWICK COURIER-METER
July 30 at Our Lady of Lourdes
hospital in Pasco.
Bonita Carlton left Tuesday eve
ning to spend some time visiting
with friends and relatives at Troy,
‘ Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sands were
Sunday visitors in Hermiston at
the Elmer Fritzky home. Mrs.
Fritzky is Mrs. Sands’ niece.
Joyce Despain, a niece of How
ward Despain is visiting at the
Mrs. Fred Schmelzer was an all
day visitor at the Ray Schmelzer
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Perkins left
Saturday to Seattle to spend their
Mr. and Mrs. F. P. Peters left
for an extended trip last Tuesday.
' Mrs. Cliff Judd and two sons
from Whitcomb are visiting at the
home of Mrs. Judd’s'mother, Mrs.
A. S. Mclntyre in East Kennewick.
Mr. and Mrs. John Marsh are
spending a weds in Seattle at the
home of their daughter, Mrs.
Mrs. Virgil Masters entertained
at a birthday party for her four
year-old son on Thursday after
Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Gowing and
two daughters of Walla Walla vis
ited Monday with his sister, Mrs.
Virgil Masters en route to Lake
Francis and Linda Marsh re
turned from a visit with their aunt
Mrs. Ruth Gormaier of Portland.
The leaders of the Campﬁre
Girls held their Council Fire Mon
day night in the city council
rooms. It was reported that the
council would have a coke conces
sion in the Grape Festival.
A discussion was held on the
need for more guardians and as
sistants due to the large number
of girls interested in Campfire
Girls and Bluebirds.
JOYFUL BLUE BIRDS
The Joyful Blue Birds met in
the park last Thursday for a picnic
lunch. Our leaders furnished ice
cream for a surprise treat.
A business meeting was held
and plans were made to make la
pel pins next time. Games were
played. Twenty-two members
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and one guest were present.
Kay Deeter, scribe.
LUTA CAMP FIRE
The Luta Camp Fire had a spec
ial all day meeting Aug. 1 at the
home of their guardian. Lunch
was served at ll o’clock after
which we worked on our posters.
At 2:30 we went for a swim at
Burbank on the Snake river.
Mrs. Owens and Mrs. Nelson
took us in their cars.
The next regular meeting will
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be in the park at 2 o'clock Thurs
day, August 8.
The Highland SBS club met
July 24 at the home of Audrey
and Milton Faragher.
Ten members were present.
We discussed selling pop at the
The next meeting will be held
August 7 at the home of Eugene
Sniter at 7:30.
Jean Lampson. reporting.
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