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L, Egg, December 26, .1948
Besl Wishes To All Our 011! and New Friends For A 0U“ 1. omm
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Phone news to Kennewick 2442 before Wednesday noon
Fm, and Mrs. Herb O’Hearn
mt to Seattle to spend Christ
”s week with O’Hearn’s mother
ma sisters. .
Mr. and Mrs. C. Wmterscheid
visited their son Loren last week
:1 Salem, Ore., where he is a
dent at Willamette University.
sll9 there they heard the orator
b “The Messiah” given by the
gem Oratorio Society and di
fitted by Melvin Geist.
miss Daphne Taylor, a student
the University of Oregon Med-
School of Nursing, arrived on
J ' as morning to spend the
W with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
u. S. Hulet. She returned to
”gland Thursday.
y Miss Beatrice Sletten, seventh
‘ grade teacher m the local schools,
, spending the holidays with her
up in San Francisco.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Tedford
drove to Portland to spend the
'days with their daughter and
”min-law, Mr. and Mrs. E. L.
'th and son Jerry.
r. and Mrs. Chet Eagleston
baby left Monday night ‘ for
sent to make a holiday visit at
me home of Eggleston’s mother,
Its. Charles Waller.
,Students from WSC who are
me for the holidays are Bob
Wyatt, Charles Blackman, Jack
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Besl Wishes For a Successful 1947!
As your headquarters .for famous LAYRITE
CONCRETE BLOCKS, we’d like to wish every
one of our good friends much happiness and
prosperity during the year ahead!
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Dayton and Railroad Avenue Phone 911
Williams, Tommy and Robert Sim
melink, Mary Ellen Dickinson,
Jan Oswalt, Bob Mitchell, Collins
Jones and Francis Perry.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold McCamish
are spending the holidays with
Mrs. McCamish’s sister, Mrs. Jack
Sharp and her brother Arthur
Mains at Mabton.
Friends have received the an
nouncement of the arrival of a
daughhter, Bonnie Lucile, born
to Mr. and Mrs. Iven A2eltine,
formerly of Kennewick and now
living in The Dalles.
Mr. and Mrs. Waldo Richmond
kept open house last Sunday aft
iernoon, Dec. 22 in observance of
their twenty-fifth wedding anni
fversary. The rooms were beauti
ful. with flowers and many lovely
silver gifts were presented by
friends. Mrs. Phil Hefielfinger
and Mrs. Clare Shaw presided at
the tea table and Mrs. Rosco Rich
mond served the cake.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Click and
family were visitors over the week
tend at the‘ home of his brother,
Walter Click.
Christmas guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Chas. Blackman were Mrs. Black
man’s mother, Mrs. A. E. Ivorson
from Walla Walla, Mr. and Mrs.
HoWard Waggoner and daughter
Mary Jane from Pendleton, and
photo shown above as pictured in the December issue of Cosmopolitan
maine. The photo. nude In the Detroit do; pourd by Howard Shirkey
of the Detroit Times, was selected by U. 8. Camera mum a one ot
the but new- ehotr 0! ms. .
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Ivorson from
Mrs. H. A. Seltzer entertained
with a buffet supper Sunday eve
ning, complimenting Mr. and Mrs.
Waldo Richmond, the date being
the Richmond’s 25th wedding an
niversary. Mr. and Mrs. Phil Hef:
felfinger Mr. and Mrs. Clare Shaw
and Mr. and Mrs. Richmond were
guests also.
Mr. and Mrs. Don Aman cele
brated Christmas at Nampa, Ida.,
with Mrs. Aman’s parents.
‘ , Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert
Misner for Christmas week are
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Hagen and
children Marjorie and ‘Kenneth
from Tacoma. On Christmas Day
the Misner family and guests had
dinner with Mrs. Misner’s parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Harley Peter on the
Highlands. Others there at dinner
were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Peter
and family Mr. and Mrs. Russell
Peter and A. Slatter. Little Billy
Peter also celebrated his birthday
on that date. -
Mrs. G. O. Hoioos from Lewiston
and Mr. and Mrs. Leland Larimore
from Vancouver were over Sun
day visitors of Mr. and Mrs. J. C.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Davis from
Tracyton, Wash., are holidays vis
itors of Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Pulliam.
Francis Ludlow was called to
Twin Falls, Idaho last week by the
illness of his father, who is 82
years old, and whose condition is
now much improved.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Garner and
Marjorie went to The Dalles to en'
joy Christmas with their daughter
Mrs. Iven Azeltine and family. .
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Phipps of
Ellensburg were week end visitors
of Mrs. Phipp’s parents the W. H.
EWCE students home from Che
ney for vacation are Bill Green,
Mendell Gragg, Lloyd Miller and
John Thrasher.
The Les Amies club ws enter
tained last Wednesday at the home
of Mrs. H. N. Paulson; there was
a pot luck dinner and exchange of
gifts. Mrs. H. W. Lgti_was a guest.
' Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Loftus Enter
taned at Christmas dinner Mrs.
Loftus’ parents, Mr. and Mrs. M.
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Rollo and Carol Williams from
Yakima, Jack Williams from Pull
man and Miss Lucille Richandson
from Richland.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fox and
family went to Yakima for several
party in celebrating the holidays
at the home of Mrs. Fox's parents.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Olbrich spent
Dec. 25 with their daughter. Mrs.
Burton Hall and family in Grand»
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The Royal Neighbors had their|
annual party last Thursday at the
home of Mrs. Bill Foraker with
Mrs. H. H. Stairs as :30-hostess.
The Highlands Grange meets
for the children.
\ Christmas guests of Dr. and Mrs.
'C. Brunn are Mr. and Mrs. Mark
iann from Yakima. -
On vacation this week from the
lUniversity of Washington ane Pat-
I, Delbert Bunch, hav
ing terminated my in
terest in the busmess
known as Bunch and
Bunch Veterans Sur
plus, will henceforth,
from this date forward,
not be responsible for
iany debts incurred by
ißunch and Bunch Vet
erans Surplus. 12-26-46
sy Sonnenberg. Lyle We. Wil
ma Gravenslund, Elizabeth Lynn,
David and Ronald Johns.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Michaels
drove to Walla Walla Tuesday and
brought their son Jim. who is a
patient at the Veterans, hospital.
and his write back with them to
spend Christmas at home.
Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Taylor from
Portland are visiting Mrs. Taylor’s
parents. the Clarence Sondermans.
this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Washbum
and Jerry went toSpohne Tues
aay to join in a family Christmas
gatheripg at the home of Mrs.
g The curtain goes up on
c. 1947—a New Year that
Am we hope will be filled to
NEW YEAR 1 overflowing with joy
I; CREE “”03 for you and yours.
Throughout 1947 we hope to offer the best in
cleaning service in this area. RAY-D-ANT
KLEENING is a specialized process that is
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