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1.1111}: STORIES of lhe WEEK
Phone news to Kennewick 2442 before Wednesday noon
Mr. and Mrs. Victor Magnuson
of Ave I had out of town guests
recently, Mr. and Mrs. Walter
Magnuson and daughter Marian
and son Wayne from Corcoran,
Calif., Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Swan
son and son Donald from Rock
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We take pleasure in announcing the
opening of our Front End Alignment
Department, with Kermit Liebel in
charge.
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ford, 111. While here Mr. Swanson
caught a record-breaking steel
head, 36 inches long and weighing
16 lbs. 5 oz. at Griggs store in
Pasco, where it was on display.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Desgrangel
were at Tekoa Saturday and Sun-
day visiting a brother and sister.
Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Berry and
daughter Vernell from Farwell,
Texas are visiting her brother and
family of the Highlands, Mr. and
Mrs. D. L. Phillips.
Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Siefken of
Clinton, lowa, left Thursday by
way of Spokane, Yellowstone park
and the Black Hills after an ex
tended visit at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Alson Knox and family.
The two families enjoyed a few
'days’ outing visiting Mt. Rainier,
Seattle, Lake Chelan and Grand
Coulee dam.
Alson L. Knox returned to his
work at Ephrata Thursday after a
short vacation with his family
here. He is employed by the Ar
my Engineers on the Columbia Ba
sin project.
Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Hawn left
Sunday for Duke Univrsity, Dur
ham, North Carolina, where Mr.
Hawn will re-enter school. Mrs.
Hawn will continue on to Balti
more, Mr., for a short visit with
her parents. For the past ten
months the Hawns have made
their home in Pasco where both
were employed. They are the
children of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas
Hawn of Kennewick
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Comrey
and son Jack of Pendleton were.
guests at the Harold Matter home
Friday evening. Allen Motter,‘
who had been a guest at their
home the past week, returned
with them. - ‘
Mrs. William Shaughnessy un—
derwent a major operation at the
Pasco hospital Friday. She is get
ting along fine.
Mrs. Winemiller has placed an
exhibit of her art work in the win
dow of the Courier-Reporter. She
has returned from her vacation
and will start her fall term in Sep
tember. 7 _ _
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Wolters and
small son of Tacoma were week
end guests at the home of Mrs.
Wolter’s brother, I. U. Unruh.
Mr. Wolters is 'a cousin of Mrs. R.
W. Tuve, with whom they also
visited. 7
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Humphrey
and daughters Joy and Kay from
San Francisco have spent several
days a the home of his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. V. 0. Humphrey.
Mr. and Mrs. V. O. Humphrey,
accompanied by their son and
family from San Francisco, spent
last Sunday picnicking with their
other son, Glenn and family 0!
Yakima, on the upper Naches riv
er.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Lundgren were
visaitors in Spokane for the week
en .
-Mr. and Mrs. A. F.. Brown with
Mr. and Mrs. Burns Brown, drove
over to Seattle Saturday to visit
at the J. X. English home where
Mrs. T. D. Brown is a guest. Mrs.
unmet: COM
Brown and, children leave soon tol
join her husband. 1:11- COL, Thomas
Brown, who is stationed in Japanl
at Tokyo. .
Mrs. Gladys Kelso has resigned‘
her position as kindergarten su
pervisor in the local schools and
is going to San Jose. Calif., where
she and her daughter Margaret
plan to make their home.
Mrs. Fidelia Geiger from Reeds
Point, Mont., is a guest this week
of her friends Mr. and Mrs. Har
vey Ray of West Highlands.
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Gooldy
are parents of a son born Aug. 21.
Samuel Keith and his mother
came home from the Pasco hOSpl
tal Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Farnsworth
and children, Bob, Gail and Jean
were Saturday over-night guests
of Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Huntingon.
They were en route from Everett
to Great Falls, Mont., where Mr.
Farsnworth will be superintendent
of schools.
Mr. and Mrs. John Crooks and
Mrs. Virgil Olson went to Dayton
last week on a fishing trip.
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Beamer left
Sunday for their home in Spokane
accompanied by' Miss Patty Haeck
er. The Beamers and Miss Hoeck
er, whose home is in Portland had
been guests last week of Mr. and
Mrs. Leigh Beamer.
Mrs. Virgil Axtell’s sister and
family, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Rup
pers, Dorothy and Barbara, were
here from Phoenix, Ariz., to spend
their vacation with the Axtells.
Miss Jessica Luvaas is on va
cation in Moscow, Pomeroy and
Spokane.
Rev. and Mrs. J. A. Pine cele
brated their golden wedding on
Aug. 26. Their three daughters
and their families came for a home
gathering. They were Mr. and
Mrs. J. H. Murphy and son from
‘Dayton, Ohio, Mr. and Mrs. L. B.
\Hall and two sons from Portland,
’and Mr. and Mrs. Merle Hood and
; three children from Spok an e.
Their son Paul Pine of Cleveland,
Ohio, was unable to be present.
On Sunday the Christian church
icongregation surprised the Pines
with a basket dinner following the
morning services. Some 75 people
were there to extend best wishes
and to present them a gift of a
gold and white lamp.
Mr. and Mrs. James F. Wassink
from Erie, Penn., on a tour of the
West, are visiting their friends
fie Bob and Fred Simmelink fam
1' es.
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Foxall, Dick
ie and Pete Peterson were in Yak
ima Sunday visiting Mr. Foxall's
brother Bernard.
Miss Jean Osborne was in Sat
tle last week on a pleasure trip.
Mr. and Mrs. Percy Erickson
were over Sunday visitors of her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Erick
son. Their three little girls, Vir
ginia, Kathleen and Victoria, who
had spent the summer vacation
with their grandparents, returned
home with them to Moses Lake.
Mr. and Mrs. Pete Miller, father
and mother of C. C. Miller, have
gone to Glenda, Wyo., to make
their home.
The Misses Marjorie Huber and
Ellen Sitton of Spokane were din
ner guests Thursday of Miss Tom
my Simmelink. The girls were
col_leg_e__fr_iend§ at ysc. _ __ ‘
Bifl Kelso from Tacoma visited
last week at the home of his
brother R. S. Kelso.
Mrs. Cecil Boyer with son Jerry
from Los Angeles and Mr. and
Mrs. J. W. Smith from Spokane
agents}; 01*!!593.“ Hide”
Mrs. W. B. Elliott arrived re
cently from Vancouver to visit
relatives.
The Ladies Aid of the Christian
church held an all-day work meet
ing on Wednesday at the church.
Mr. 'and Mrs. Frank Mathews
of St. Maries, Idaho, on their way
home from Wheeler, Ore., spent
Thursday visiting Mrs. May Reed
er. .
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Reese return
ed Friday from a motor trip to
Yellowstone park and other Mono
tana points.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mills left
Monday on a pleasure trip that
gill take them to Vancouver, B.
Mrs. M. A. Foster and daughter
Doris were here from Hood River
to spend the week with her mo
ther, Mrs. E. F. Reese. MISS Hul
da Reese accompanied them an
their return home Wednesday.
Mrs. R. A. Oliver is expecting
her daughter, Mrs. W. J. .Tabor to
arrive Friday for a visit. She will
comeairwaytoWallaWallatrom
Tucson, Arizona.
ML “din macf‘m?
in Olymp
meet their friends Mr. and Mrs.
A. R. Gardner, Mr. and Mrs. Guy
Haydon and Mr. and Mrs. E. H.
Sherk, who were all residents of
Kennewick in earlier days.
$53.33 'tlla'gtle Eel: fishing
an spen w
at Twin Falls, Idaho.
; Mrs. Bert Wilson is spending
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Mr. and Mrs. Joe Osborne Jr.,
:wenttoPortlandthisweektovisits
her parents, the C. W. Templetonm
and her sister who is there from!
the East. ‘
Mrs. 0. P. Miller with sons Dick;
and Lloyd and Charles Blackmail;
were in Seattle this week. Lloyd
had the caste taken of! his hand
which hadbeen recently operated
on and it’s condition was found
to be satisfactory. '
Mr. and Mrs. Lew Millard from
Hoodsport, Was., were Thursday
visitors of their cousins, the Herb
O’Hearns.
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Whitbeck
have gone to Schnectady, N.Y., to
vlsxt Mr. Whitbeck’s mother. They
went by plane from Pendleton and
plan to return by Sept. 15.
Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Belair held
a family reunion at their home on
Sunday, Aug. 25 in celebration of
the birthdays of Mrs. Belair’s ta
therandhisvviieMr.aners.D.
‘O. Hanson. Present were Mr. and
‘Mrs. Carl Phillips and Mr. and
Mrs. Herman Hanson from Yaki
ma, Mr. and Mrs. William P. Han
son and Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Han
son !rom Pioneer; and Mr. and
Mrs. Ray Normile and son and the
hosts from Kennewick. The three
tiered birthday cake was the chief
attraction at the birthday dinner.
Mr. and Mrs. Dick Rector and
children were on vacation all last
week at Slatte Creek in. Idaho.
where they camped and fished.
Mrs. C. E. Hunt returned Sun
day evening from Bellingham
where she attended the American
Legion Auxiliary convention.
Mrs. W. M. Thomas and Mrs.
Ray Schmelzer are in Spokane
this week to be with their neice
Yvonne VanHollenbeke of Kah
‘lotus who has undergone major
isurgery at the Deaconels hospital”
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Nor-mile leaves
Friday for Seattle where Normile‘
will resume his position as coach
at Queen Anne High School. He
'has been appointed head basket
‘ball coach for the coming season.
Robert L. Nelson from Seattle
;was a guest .of his friend Paul O'-
‘Hearn over Sunday.
\ Kennewick friends received an
nouncements of the birth of a son,
their first child, to Mr. and Mrs.
Ronald Straud (Ardis Mae Shep
pard) on Aug. 1 in Seattle.
Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Neel re
turned Sunday after vacationing
at Lake Wilderness near Benton.
A reception was held Tuesday
evening by the Bethlehem Luth
eran people for Hugo Lohrman,
the new parochial teacher and his
family. The Lohrmans were also
favored with a pantry shower.
Mrs. Earl Johns and Billy were
in Sunnyside Friday to Sunday at
the home of her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. W. S. Jackson.
Miss Louise Langworthy from
Yreka, Calif., is visiting Miss Wil
ma Gravenslund this week.
Frank Mason’s birthday was cel
ebrated Thursday, August 25lby
having the family together for the
first time in five years. Present
for the birthday dinner were Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Mason, Jr., Frank
being on terminal leave, and Frank
the 3rd, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Mason,
Bob on leave for a few days from
San Diego, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Van
Dine (Marjorie), Janet, Tommy,
and Mr. and Mrs. Mason.
Mr. and Mrs. John Neuman and
their mother, Mrs. Christine Neu
man drove to Walla Walla Sunday
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