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By FLORENCE OLIVER . Phone new: to Kennewick 2442 before Wednesday noon Miss Mildred Brown of Seattle visited over the week end at the Lawrence . Scott home. Pomona Grange will meet with Locust Grove Grange Saturday,‘ October 19th at 2 pm. Please note change from the second to the third Saturday. ‘ Mrs. M. S. Kinkaid left Thurs day for Salem, Oregon to visit her son, Leonard and his family. Locust Grove Home Circle has postponed their meeting from Thursday, October 19th to Thurs day, October 24th. Lester B. Larson drove over from Billings", Montana to spend the week at the home of his par ents, Mr. and Mrs. Lane K. Lar son. Rev. Ralph Sprague, pastor of the Nazarene church at Carson, Washington, and Mrs. Sprague == cnnmms g 'i'z't'é‘ﬂmﬁ 3 gym _., I A 3 WE PROUDLY PRESENT— s The Alice Daly, Studio Press and Norcross Lines of Distinctive Greeting Cards. ‘ . The Gift Shop 321 Kennewick Avenue (Om: S‘I’EP as ame-«T‘s I .0 ...... 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COLUMBIA AT FRUITLAND PHONE 3311 have been visiting with his moth-‘ er, Mrs. Jessie McClure of Kenn newick, and with his sister, Hazel? Grant. Mr. and Mrs. Sprague left for home on Thursday, October 3. Mr. and Mrs. Warren Manke of Mansfield spent five days visiting Mr. and Mrs. Albert Belter and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Mueller. The H. E. Oliver’s daughter, Miss Phyllis, accompaned by Earl Gavin, came Wednesday from Portland for the Grape Festival, returning Sunday. Mrs. A. E. Ivorson from Walla jWalla visited her daughter, Mrs. iCharles Blackman and family lover Sunday. ' 1 Mrs. W. J. Shaughnessy and her lmother, Mrs. I. D. Crokett were visiting in Spokane Sunday and Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Donald McPherson are parents of a daughter, Gail Charleen, born October 4 at the Pasco hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Garber are the grandpar ents. Miss Edna Van Schaick of Touchet was a guest this week of her sister, Mrs. . E. Wright and family. p \ Arthur Mcßeynolds left Mon day night to return to his home in Los Angeles after visiting his mother, Mrs. A. V. Mcßeynolds and other relatives this last week. A son was born October 1 to Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Mahoney (Geraldine Shaughnessy) at the Pasco hospital. His name is Tim othy William. The Rev. J. N. Tinsley left on Thursday for Spokane where he will hold revival services at the Bethel Church of the Nazarene. Guests over the wek-end at the home of Mrs. August Larson were‘ her mother, Mrs. MYrtle Gullik-} son of Everett, Mr. and Mrs. Jer ry Bonnell and her son, Victor Woodfield of Seattle, and Mr. and Mrs. Ira Hults from Tacoma, who will remain for a longer visit. An all-day session of the WO - Foreign Missionary Society of the church of the Nazarene was held last Thursday at the home of Mrs. J. N. Tinsley. Mrs. Bauder, the president, was in charge and Mrs. Tinsley. superintendant of study, which was on subject of “India.” A pot-luck dinner was served at noon. , John Crooks returned Saturday from a week’s visit in Seattle. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Lingg drove to Spokane Sunday with their son Jerry Mike to return him to his school, and they also attended the horse races: 7 -, _ _ _ _ , Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Taylor of ,Portland with their two sons are ‘visitors of the C. H. Sondermans and the Darwin Taylors. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Stillwell returned Friday from a motor trip which took them to Perry, Mo., where they visited Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Stillwell, parents of Stanley. They also were guests of rela tives in St. Louis and saw the Cardinals and Chicago Cubs play. They were accompanied on the trip by an uncle, J. M. Coons of Connell. Merle Bowers from Richmond, California was a guest for last week of the J. C. Pratts. Mrs. Far rell Hunt, a sister of Mr. Bowers, from Spokane, was also a guest. John Hughes, who is attending WSC for his freshman year writes his parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Hughes of the upper river road. that he has made the State Col lege band. He plays the clarinet. The Inland Empire Pastoral conference convened this week at the Bethlehem Lutheran church on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. Rev. J. Merz of Spo kane was. chairman and Rev. R. Jaech of Richland, secretary. Rev. Messerli, formerly of Kennewick, was speaker Tuesday morning and ‘Rev. E. Imme of Tonasket was ‘speaker Wednesday evening. . Jim Mokler has gone to Ellens iburg, where he has enrolled in the Central Washington College of Ed .ucation. _ Visitors seen at the Grape Fes tival were Homer Egbert of The Dalles, Oregon, brother of Curtis Egbert; Dr. and Mrs. York, Walla Walla, guests of th E. S. McDon alds; Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Billing and 50113, Grandview; A. A. An derson, McMinnville; J. I. Hill, Camas; Mrs. Grace Perrier and daughter, Mary Lou, Walla Walla. and John Higgins and son Bobbie of Seatle. t 7 Mr. and Mrs. Gene Booldy of the Highlands have moved to Spo kane, where he is employed. Lorenz Neuman, who has been visiting relatives here the last month, left Sunday night to ﬂy to Elgin Field, Florida. His plane was grounded at Salt. Lake City, due to the storm in Florida. Mrs. Walter Wie‘ggand and Mrs. Harold Matter motored to Ephrata Sunday accompanied by Wilbur Wieggand and family, who were THE ~ KENNEWICK COURIER - REPORTER returning to their hon; after spending the week-end .at the Grape Festival. Miss Dorothea Morgan spent five days visiting her brother, Geo. R. Morgan, in Beaverton, Oregon. Mr. Morgan was a former local resident and has bought a home in Beaverton. Arnold George, his sister Car man, and her' friend, Bernie Kuehe, Merlin Giles and Gene Mosher came home from school in Spokane to see the Grape Festi val. Howard Giles returned with them to Spokane to enter Kinman 'business college. ' Guests of Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Schnieder this week end were Mr. and Mrs. Hart Thomas of Sunnyside, Jimmie McDonald and Miss Margaret Wade from Yaki ma. One hundred fifty-five people registered at the Old Timers pic nic held the second day of the Grape Festival. Tables were spread in the show rooms of the Pratts Garage for the pot-luck lunch and the walls were covered with pictures of pioneer days in Kennewick well remembered by many present. Among those coming from a dis tance were: J. E. Plummer, Van couver, Wash.; E. L. Morey, Bell ingham; Arthur Mcßeynolds, Los Angeles; Alice Luth Howe. Seat tle; Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Henson, Prosser; Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Meek er, Sunnyside; J. Finley, Granger; Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Mayfield, Aber deen; Mrs. 0. A. Long, Sunny side; Mrs. Norma Copeland, Lew iston; Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Donoho, Bickleton: Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Wooden, Harry B. Cochran, Pros ser. Letters of regret at being un able to attend were received from Mrs. Harry Beach, Bend, Oregon: Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Brown, Van couver, Wash.; Mrs. George Eg bert, The Dalles; Mr. and Mrs. _A. E. Wilmert, Moiese. Mont. and Clara E. and Elizabth Hart, Long Beach, California. Guests entertained during the Grape Festival were Mr. and Mrs. Ed Dunham, Wapato, by Wm. Pierts; Mrs. Ed Coonley,’ Troy, Idaho by her sister Mrs. L. H. Ray mond; Fred G. Bier, Portland, by his brother Alex Bier; Robert C. Lincoln and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Lincoln, Kirkland, Wash., by the Don Visgers. The Tuesday Bridge club met this week with Mr. and Mrs. Joe McClimans. Elmer Olson and Mrs. A. C. Amon held high score. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Boutelle are making a trip this .week to Pierre. S. D., where they plan on pheas ant hunting for a week. They will then go to Harlam, Montana‘ to visit their daughter and fam ily and get acquainted with a new grandson. They will be gone til] November 1. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mills (Naomi Graves) are parents of a son, Darrell William, born Satur diatya at Our Lady of Lourdes hos- P Mr. and Mrs. Don Ellis and daughter, Jo Etta, from Sawyer, Wash., were guests of the Ken neth Hudsons this week. Miss Carol Williams, daughter of Mrs. A. J. Loftus, was here from Yakima for a Saturday visit. Spending the week end with home folks were Frank Mason from Pullman, Pat Sonnenberg, Seattle, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert Mills, Cheney, and Gary Binga man from Spokane. ‘ Mrs. H. B. Terril’s daughter, Mrs. Norma Copeland of Lewiston, and her son and wife, Mr. and Mrs.. Corwin Terrill from Ho quiam, Wash., were guests Thurs day to Sunday. ' Mr. and Mrs. Gene Courtney, mutual friends of th Clare Shaws and the Leigh Beamers, were here from The Dalles as guests during th§_Grap'-t Esstivsl- - 1 Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Burnett and daughter, Miss Betty, and Mr. and Mrs. Ken Bragg from Spokane were guests the last of the week of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Washburn. _ Mr. and Mrs. Harland Carlson and Frank Lincoln were here from Odell, Oregon for this week’s festivities. Mrs. Alice Garrett's son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Garret“ from Central Point, Oregon, and. her daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Johnson of Spo kane, were her visitors the first of the week. An interesting co incidence of this visit was the‘ fact that Mrs. Fred Garrett and Mr. Johnson are half brother and sister and this was the first time they had ever met. Mrs. W. W. Goode, Mrs. A. C. Amon and her guest, Mrs. Mabel Johnson, were Yakima visitors on Wednaday. ~ Mr. and Mrs. Sperling Boutelle lleave Friday evening to visit rela tives in Pomeroy and to go pheas- Eant hunting. > Mr. and Mrs. Gavin Jones from ‘Santa Ana, California are visiting ’.lriis parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. S. ones. Judge and Mrs. Chas. Leavy of Tacoma were over Sunday guests of their son, James heavy and family. C. C. Willams is in Pullman this week to attend a meeting of the Board of Regents at WSC on Thursday, Friday and Saturday and to see the football game. Phil Bier returned Sunday from a visit in Seattle. Mr. and Mrs. Ivan L. Coult with their daughter and hgband, Mr. and Mrs. Al Isabell m Seattle were guests of the Glenn Feltons Friday and Saturday. Frank M. Turner, son of Mrs. Florence Turner, was recently discharged from the Navy and has now enrolled for a four year term at Western State School of Chiropractim, Portland. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Rusher of Glasgow, Mont., and Mr. an Mrs. Mark Rusher and smalls on of Pendleton were guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. Q. McMahon Sunday and enjoyed a trip over the local vine yards. mint fields and fruit or fhagds and the neighboring Rich an . ‘ Mrs. M. C. Wagy of Kansas City arrived Tuesday afternoon for an extended visit with her son in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Allen C. Deffenbaugh. Mrs. Wagy was met at Pendleton by Mrs. C. L. Deffenbaugh of Walla Wal la who accompanied her to Kenne wick. Dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Grimshaw and family Sun day were Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Ruff coin and son Sidney of Walla Walla, Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Grim shaw and son Dean of Yakima ‘Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Grimshaw, ‘Barbara and Jerry of Kennewick. Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Smith of Rich land and Miss Louise Piert of Fin ley and Mr. and Mrs. M. Kerr of Yakima. Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Hare visited Tuesday at the Benjamin home. The Hore family were former. Richland residents and have re-1 cently moved from Centralia to} Walla Walla where they will make their home. ; Marion Routh enlisted in the Army Oct. 2. He is at present at Fort Lewis. Marion is the son of Mr. and Mrs. H. N. Routh of East Kennewick. He was a member of the graduating class of '46 and was an active member of the dramatic class, radio programs and music. Eli Fonder of Rockford, Wash., arrived in Kennewick and is seek ing a permanent location here. He finds the climate very pleasant. Mrs. Fonder is a niece of Henry Desgranges. Stuart Porritt, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Carpenter left last week for his home in Pontiac, Michigan, after a months visit with relatives here. During his stay a family reunion was held. Those present were the Louis Carpenters, Arthur and family, Oscar and Virginia Williams. HIGHLANDS 4-1! The Highlands .SB&S 4-H club will begin another year of 4-H work Wednesday, October 9. at the Highlands club house under the leadership ‘0! Mr. Switzer and Herb Foraker, assistant. . Any boy or girl 10 years of age is elligible for 4-H work and is welcomed to attend our meetings and join the club. Parents are also encouraged to attend—Jean Lampson, Reporter. ‘ ADDRESS WOMEN ‘ M. M. Moulton and Clarence} Farley were guest speakers Tues-w day evening at the meeting of the( Kennewick Republican Women’s} club, held in the City Council rooms. The next meeting will be held at the same place on Tuesday evening, Oct. 22 at 8 o'clock, when another interesting program will betth with guest speakers pres en . Thanh Exprouod The Ladies of the Christian Church of Kennewick have asked the Courier-Reporter to convey their thanks for the help and patronage , accorded their lunch and dinner facilities at the church. I. ’OBIT U A R Y Mary M. Greer ‘ Mary M. Greer, 97. died Sept. 30 at a Clarkston nursing home. She had been living with her idaughter Nettie Evett. here the last two years and was taken to the nursing home in July. Funeral services were held in Moscow, Idaho, where she was a resident for 48 years. Besides the daughter a son. E. R. Greer lives in Lewiston, Idaho. There are 17 grandchildren and 34 greatgrand children and nine great great grandchildren. Rummage Sale Oct. 18-19 Basement of Pasco Congregational Church 4th & Boimeville Sta. .. #4l; ,2. , ﬁg: ' m f? _‘Y We Have Sold Out Delivery and Messenger 7:461" ~ . E; i I, sew“ "’ ‘- i =: Pm“ DEL GUYNN and n. E. SIMS aa. ,M; Wewishtotakethisopportunitytothankour many friendsand customers who have helped make our business a success this past p year. i We will continue in operate daily express seﬂ- ' , ice in and iron Walla Walla and also daily trips 1 . in Richland ‘ 'We also will continue to do some heavier hauling and local moving 1 PM“ DELIVERY & MESSENGER SERVICE: . LEY'. Phone: Renewal: 99! , 81'}: 53h; Hunt-Guilt Rites Held At Methodist Church Merlin R. Goin. son of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Goin of the River Road and Miss Maxine Hunt. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hunt of Rich land, were united in marriage in a quiet ceremony in the study of the Kennewick Methodist church at 5:30 p.m. Friday, October 4. Rev. J. B. Coan ofﬁciated. The ring rite was used. The groom has just recently ‘been given his discharge from na val service. having seen consider able action in the Pacific area during the recent war. He expects to be employed with his father in the Sperry mill at Vista. YOUNG-WAGBNMR In a little chapel overlooking the Presidio at San Francisco the marriage of Corp. Elaine Young, WAC, and T/5 Gilbert Wagonaar. son of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard A. Wagenaar of Kennewick was sol emnized Sept. 21 with Chaplain John B. Wright reading the ser- Vice. The bridesmaids were Ruth Zauner and Edith Zauner and the best man was Dewey Clark. The former Corp. Young has ban stationed at Camp Stoneman in California and will receive her discharge soon. Wagenaar expects to be back in civilian life in June but will be on furlough in a month when he and his bride will visit in Kenne wick with his parents. “cam-smut: Mott, North Dakota. was the scene of the wedding Sept. 22 of Altha M. Skogley and Neil H. Simmelink. Kennewick. The un ion culminated 'a friendship of Y/2 Simmelink and Wave Altha Skogley who were stationed for twoyearsatthePaacoNavalAir Station trip th 1 After a week's e coup e arrived in Kennewick where they will make their home and the groom will be associated with hs father- and brother on the Sim melink wheat ranch. B. P. W. m The Business and Pmteasional Women's Club will hold a business meeting at 8 p. m. in the Arrow Grill.’ Friday. October 11. All geemhers are urged to attaid d: m pm will cussed. Nothing Can Fret You Like a I Machine TM: 0!! oi Whack WE INVITE You TO BRING YOUR SEWING MACHINES AND WASHERS TO US FOR COMPLETE REPAIR. OUR WORK IS UN CONDITION ALLY GUARANTEED FOR ONE YEAR. Com; in and see the ' JIM DANDY Electric Chm 2-Gallon Capacity '1 MAKES BUTTER MAKING A PLEASURE PLATE BALLAINE & Sills 354 AveJ: Phone 31315 _.M Thursday. 09% I. 1.. m nous: W" The office of the Selectl vice Board of Benton can" I“ Prosser will only be 0M I nouns. Monday through "in from now on. I'M, , Thad Gross“! ; ’ I 3‘ 9" ‘6” ‘s‘ A" '.é‘ng‘: If. i V r' 31:51, I L. . 4 4'3 w? a i I 4 Republican Candid“. y“ 1 I g ‘ Commnsmner 1 THIRD manner 1 Has lived in Bunion on “he. in beginning. In. ﬁll-1 having had tho bone. a ...; ing it at Prom: m ya. County was dividod into Vll mn and Bunion Count]... Having been «an in 5. ~ struction and the only by“: non: of roads. culls at“; Mon. 11. has m 1 mm inure“ in this com, .1 the wolf-u of in 9.“, Investigate, m and Vote for THAD GROSSCUP ' -¥d. It.