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The Kennewick courier-reporter. [volume] (Kennewick, Wash.) 1939-1949, September 19, 1946, Image 12

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Phone news to Kennewick 2442 before Wednesday noon
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Hulet with
Mrs. Hulet’s sister, Mrs. Gertrude
Gedney of Burbank .went to Cash
mere Saturday. They attended
the wedding of Mrs. Hulet's son
Willis Taylor and Miss Elizabeth
Tertsagian. Lowell and Daphne
BUY-BITE
Drug Bargains
Electric Heating $4.50
Pads
G. E. Electric; ' $7.95
Heaters, 1000 W.
A. C. or D. C. Current
Hot Water Bottle $1.19
Goodrich
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Bitt’l’esfMillzr r 690
Vacagen Oral Coldsl .35
Serum Tablets . . ,
20 Tablets (one immunization)
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35 V' k’ .
Vafpollciu: 270
75 ST. 37 :
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Nose ISJorops . .m 7503
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Taylor returned with tern Sunday
evening. Miss Daphne will be
home two weeks before returning
to the University of Oregon Med
ial school _ofAnursing at E’ortland:
Rev. Carl 0. Beiderweiden and
wife from Vancouver, B. C., were
over Sunday guests of Kennewick
friends. The Rev. Beiderweiden
preached two sermons at the an
nual mission festival at the Beth
lehem Lutheran church. 'This is
his first visit since leavng at the
age of nine years, when his family
moved to Canada.
Mr. and Mrs. Russell L. Sisung
brought their tiny daughter home
from the Pasco hospital last Sat
urday. Susan Marie weighed 2
lbs. 6 oz. when she was born, July
27 and was kept in an incubator
many weeks. She now weighs 5
lbs. 2 oz.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Taylor Jr.
and two children of Long Beach,
Wash., were recent guests at the
F; A. English home. Mrs. Taylor
is 3 niece .0! MI; English- _
Mr. and Mrs. M. Gibbs from Sa
lem, Mo., came Saturday to visit
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Bean. They
left Thursday, returning home by
way of Colorado and Arizona.
Mrs. Frank Mills and Mrs. W.
A. Moraine motored with Mr. and
ers. Fred Mills on a business trip
to Prosser Monday.
Miss Elizabeth Lynn returned
Tuesday from Seattle and South
Bend, Wash., where she visited at
her brother’s home. ‘
. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Blott and in
ilant son from Kalispel, Mont., and
Mr. and Mrs. DeForest Edge and
daughter. of John Day, Oregon, are
visiting Mr. and Mrs. Harvey H.
White. Mrs. Edge and Mrs. Blott
are daughters of the Whites.
Mrs. Ethel DuSair with her son
Bobby leave Saturday for Connell
to visit her daughter, Mrs. Warren
Johnson. She plans to go from
there to San Bemadino, Calif.,
where she has bought property
and where they will make their
home.
Miss Ceoria Motter, supervisor
at the Albany, Oregon telephone
exchange, was visiting this week
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Walter Matter. ‘
Miss Nellie Beckett from Port
land is visiting this week with
Mrs. G. W. Sherk and Mr. and
‘Mrs. E. S. McDonald. On Wed
mesday the McDonalds, with their
guest and Mrs. R. Q. Macmahon
were picnicking at Langdon Lake
and called on the Carl Deflen
baughs in College Place.
Mrs. E. S. McDonald, assisted:
by Mrs. R. Q. Macmahon and Mrs.’
M. Desgranges, will entertain the
Sojourne'rs cub of Pasco and Ken
newick.
Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Winkenwer
der left Tuesday night to visit in
Dakota. Minnesota and Wisconsin.
Theyexpecttobegonesixweeks.
Alma Circle OBS meets with
Mrs. John Wallace in Richland
next Monday for a dessert lynch
eon. -
Mrs. Harley Peter returned re
cently from a visit with her
daughter, Mrs. Prater Hague and
family in Seattle. The Hague:
are moving to Ellensburg.
Dr. C. H. Momingstar of Minne
apolis is a guest this week at the
A. J. Thompson home. Dr. Mom
ingstar is a faculty member of the
School of Medicine at the Univer
sit_y_ of Mjnpesotg. _ _ _
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Green vis
ited Mr. Green’s brother in Al
bany last week end. They also
visited in Portland and at the Har—
ry Linn home in Oswego, Ore.
Carole Louise Grove of Spokane
is visiting her aunt, Mrs. A. J.
Thompson and attending school in
Kennewick during the time her
parents, Dr. and Mrs. Grove are
on an eastern trip.
On Sunday, Sept. 25 Mr. and
Mrs. J. H. Siegfried, Mr. and Mrs.
C. C. Williams and Mr. and Mrs.
A. C. Amon celebrated their 37th
wedding anniversaries by having
dinner together at Hotel Pasco.
The Siegfrieds were married in
Kirksville, MO. The Williams andi
Amons were married in Kenne
.wick at a double ceremony. Mrs.‘
\Williams and Mr. _Amon are broth-l
‘er and sister.
. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Otte and
son Michael accompanied by Alice
Pasche of Spokane, spent a weeks
vacation at Honeymoon Bay.
Lorenz Neuman was a Thurs
day night dinner guest at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Otte.
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Given 0!
Morrison, 111., arrived Saturday
evening for an extended visit in
the home of their daughter and
i 2: husband, Mr. and Mrs. Alson
ox.
Mr. and Mrs. Burce have been
Visiting at the home of her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Shangh
nessy. Mrs. Bruce is the former
Betty Shaughnessy. They will
leave for San Bemadino, Calif.,
on September 25, where Mr. Bruce
wi_ll_ repor§_fg d_u_ty in _the aptly:
Mrs. R. H. Perkins returned Fri
day from an extended visit with
her daughter and family, Mr. and
Mrs.. C. F. Ebsworth, the former
Barbara Perkins, in Cleveland, 0.
l’A son, Charles Frederick Jr., was
>born Aug. 17 to the Ebsworths.
‘ Douglas Jones went to Spokane
'Attention Union Labor
Those Barber Shop: are 08-
PAIR to Barbers Local Union
678
Oliver's Barber Shop. Kenn.
Armstrong Barber Shop. Rona.
Bill's Barber Shop. Kenn.
Paid Union Adv.
m MICK mum-mourn
Wednesday to enroll at Gonuga
University.
Mrs. Clara Bartpn from Dodge
City, Kansas, is making her home‘
with Mrs. M. S. Kinkaid. Mrs.
Barton is the mother of Loyd
Hammitt of this city.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Whipple
came by air from Orofino, Idaho,
to spend the week end with Mr.
and Mrs. Paul Drew. ‘
Jack Morehouse arrived last
Tuesday from his separation cen
ter, Fort Lewis, to join his wife
and small daughter, who are living
here. He served in Korea.
Mr. and Mrs. Gene Faulds are
parents of a son born Sept. 14 at
the Pasco hospital.
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Wayne
Britton, a daughter, on Sept. 13,
at Our Lady of Lourdes hospital
in Pasco. .
Mr. and Mrs. 6 Cheyne of
Grandview and Mrs. Bertha Bald
win of Sunnyside were guests at
the Dr. Benjamin home Thursday
of last week.
WSCS .
Fourth circle WSCS will meet
Tuaday, Sept. 24 at the home of
Jean Campbell, 8 p.m.’ Eunice Os
walt, Lois Ford assisting.‘ Note
change of date—Tuesday, Sept. 24.
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The local W.S.C.S. will be host
ess to the district meeting on Sepw
tember 25 and 26. The Locust
Grove Ladies Club will have
charge of the luncheon and the
banquets. '
Program for the two days will
be as follows:
Wednesday. Sept. 25
9-10 Registration and Executive
Board.
10-11 Quiet Hour—Mrs Jahn.
11-12:30 Organization, Introduc
tions and Welcomes and Re
sponses. Kennewick will
have a welcome.
12:30-lz30 Lunch.
1:30-1:45 Hymn, prayer and the
presentation of Life Mem
bership.
1:45-2:30 Missionary Education
demonstrations—Mrs. Hag
erdorn, Mrs. MacDermott.
and Miss Corner.
2:30-2:40 Recess.
2:40-3-10 Business.
3:10-3:30 Report Demonstration
and time for questions. Mrs.
Wm. Clem.
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3:304:00 Dunonstntion of Chil
dren's Work. Mrs. Hoibmok.
0:00-7:30 Banquet—Fromm by
Richland WSCS.
8:00-9:00 Miss Conner will speak
on her experiences in India.
This talk will be held in the
Methodist church auditor
:ium and is open to the pub
c.
Thursday. Sept. 8
9:00-9:15 Devotions.
9:15-10:30 Dunonstrations of
Christian Social Relations,
Mrs. Kliphardt and Mrs.
Tefltt.
10:30-10:40 Recess.
10:40-11:10 Miss Corner will ans
wer questions on India and
tell us what we would like
to know.-
11:10-12 Business and election
of officers.
12-1:30 Lunch: Mrs. Williams
will be the speaker on
Stewardship.
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