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Mrs. P. S. Bolton left July 6"
on a trip ,into Canada where she ‘
will visit friends and relatives. ,
ur. and Mrs. Beryl Ash and :
mu son of Seattle, visited here ;
~ We; the Fourth Week end. 1
Mrs. Wm. Cochran left for Col- j
,3; where she will attend a farm :
ily ”union and stay for an ex
mad'fidt Wlth relatives. .
ms. Earl Myer, assisted by :
Mn. Shultz and Glayds May ABll, ‘
F" a bridal shower in honor of 1
l the newlyweds, Mr. and Mrs. 1
Slocumb. A large gather
in: of friends attended and they :
ved my lovely gifts. Re- 1
Wants were served at the 1
close- Mr. and Mrs. Slocumb are i
now in thir new home at Prom. 4
Mrs- Irene Hughes spent the 1
Fourthandtherestof the week]
‘ with her mother at Cashmere.
Mrs. Bill Gerber and daughters,
mic and Helen, arrived recent. ‘
1’ from California. They will re- 3
main here until school starts. 1
1 Jack Young spent the Fourth 1
; week end with his sister, Mrs. Al 1
a Home and family at Sunnyside. 1
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Richland Evacuees Hold
Annual Picnic August 1
The Fifth Annual Picnic of th
Richland Evacuees, former reel
dents of that city, White Blufl
and Hanford, will be held in Syl
van Park, at Prosser, on August 3
W. J. Jenkins, chairman of 'th‘
picnic committee, announced thi
week that an even larger attend
ance is expected this year, an in
:rease over the 480 persons Wht
registered for the affair last sea
;on. At that time, over 50 citie
and towns were represented.
Jenkins stated that everyone i
expected to sign their name am
address at the registration table
where donations to defray the ex
Jenses of ice cream, coflee am
Junch will be accepted.
Also serving on the committe
Ire, from Richland, L. L. Whltwer
from Prosser, V. C. Wilson an:
Edmund Anderson; from Grand
View, D. D. Hall, Dean Hall, an:
)tis Skelton; from Yakima', Geo
Silhuly and L. N.-Fry and Dr. E
2‘. Newton of Walla Wall.a
Finley Grange met July 10 b:
:andle-light. Dues were discusse¢
md continued until next meeting
Vlrs. Dan Gerber conducted a quiz
arogram on Grange procedure
lext meeting will be July 24 ll:
be Grange hall. -
E 01 ‘ The Week
f " Recent guests at the Francis
e-[Ludlows were Mr. and Mrs. Paul
5 l LUdIOVy, Willis and Marilyn who
left Friday for their home in Nam
' paM Idaho.
' rs. Ralph Weltz and her bm
-3 ther Don Doyle were honor eats
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at a double birthday picnic din
-5 ner held by the members of the
Doyle family Wednesday, July 16
3 m the local park. '
} Mr. and Mrs. E. s. McDonald
-. left Sunday morning on a motor
- trip which will take them through
i Yellowstone National Park.
_ Mr. and Mrs. “Jim Green and
2 children, Jimmie and Pamela
. came Monday from Seattle to
l enjoy the week with Green's par
' ents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Green.
I The~ Kennewick Firemen and
‘- their families will have their an
- nual picnic Sunday, July 20 at 1
o’clock in the local park. Each
family is expected to bring fried
r ' chicken. pie and pot luck dinner
I table service. The Firemen will
‘. furnish ice cream and cones, pop
:.and coffee. All Kennewick fire
. | men and their families are urged
1 to attend. * g
The Kennewick Needlework
club will hold' its picnic in the
park Friday, July 18. All mem
bers try and attend at 1:30.
Miss Willa Hermanof Waukon,
lowa, has been a house guest of,
her cousin, Mrs. P. Burrows andi
family the past week. _
Rev. and Mrs. Eugene C. Haw
kins leave Sunday evening, July
27th for Buffalo, New York, where
“they will attend. the International
and World Convention of the Dis
ciples of Christ from July 29 to
August 8. Mr. and Mrs. Hau‘rkins
plan to take. a short vacation trip
.following the fonvention. They
swill visigLNgw Xork City, Phila
ldelphia,‘ ¥Mn,_-.-D.» C., and
. Chicago; '- ,ey .'plan ,to spend a
few. dag. with‘Rev’erend‘and Mrs.
Grant “ '. Cole of Cayuga, Ilinois.
It will; be.:exnembered that Rev.
Cole served-«the .Pasco Christian
church.ffor~' a..short time and di
rected the combined choirsvin the
1945 Christmas cantata, of the
Pasco-Kennewick Churches.
E. Pace and son returned Mon
day from several days’ fishing
above Rimrock dam. They re
portmy “fisherman's luck.”
. Marie Tuve returned Tuesday
.. from Portland wherd she had been
. been visiting for ten days with her
little cousins,‘ daughter of S., O.
Tuve. ,
A 'birthday dinner was given
Sunday afternoon in honor of
Stuart McKinnis. at. the Bob Mc-
Kinnis home on Avenue C. Those
attending were Stuart McKinnis,
Renee Bailey, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse
Goin, Jack McClain and Mr. and ‘
Mrs. M. R. McKinnis. Later in
the evening Bob and Stuart left‘
for Glenwood, Washs., to return'
to work. ' I
The W. L. Sneddon’s grand-.
daughter,. Shirley Putnam of.
Sweet Home, Ore., is making them
a two weeks’ .visit. " I
' Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Lamb.of.
|Spoka‘ne, who have been visiting}
[their aunthMrs. L. H. Raymond“
for several days, left Tuesday for
Portland. . '
Sunday visitors at the M. Schu-l
ster home were Mr. and Mrs. Clar
lence Schuster enroute to Yellow-i
lstone Park from Portland, andl
er. and Mrs. George Scnuster of
Moses Lake.
| Rhine Derher from Port Or
chard was a recent visitor of his
'cousin Mrs. N. J. Schneider.
| Mr. and Mrs. W: L. Sneddon re
iturned recently from a motor trip
to Vancouver and Victoria, 33C.
The report a very emoya e P
l Mia. L. R. Baige‘gfigarol and
lVerne left early ay morn
. ing, driving "to Salt Lake City,
‘ where they will visit Mrs. Bailey's
daughter,.- Mrs. C. E. Rebber. Md
also attend the; Mormon Centen
nial on July. 24. . .
I Mr. and Mrs. Neil Miller were
KENNEWICK (WASH) puma-mom
down frOm Pullman to spend thc
day Tuesday with the J. C. Pratts
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Brown are
here from Twisp for several days
Mr. and Mrs. J-. H. Paden hele‘
a family reunion Sunday to wel‘
come home their son Bill who hac
returned tha tday on terminal leaw
after eighteen months service, thl
last ten being in Guam. Also born:
for the occasion was Kenneth 01
Fresno, Mr. and Mrs. George
Schuster and family from Mose:
Lake and Mr. and Mrs. Pat Selcl:
and Bob Paden of Kennewick
Le'ster and family, who live in
Harrah. were unable to be pres
ent. ‘
Monday afternoon a committee
of the Toastmistress Club met a 1
the home of Mrs. M. Schuster to
draw up by-laws for the new or
ganization.
Mr. and Mrs. Kester Chapman
(Arlie Jacot) formerly Kennewick
residents, her daughter and son
in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Mar
ty and their daughter Carol were
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Dor
othy from Thursday to Saturday.
They are all from Portland.
Bob Siegfried, wife and two
children, Bobby and Virginia, ar
rived July 15 from Bremerton tc
spend two weeks with his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Siegfried.
‘ - No. 2612 ,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In the Superior Court of the State
of Washington in and for Ben
ton County.
IN THE MATTER OF THE
ESTATE OF
JOHN E. OWENS, Deceased.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that Letters of Administration on
the estate of John E. Owens, de
ceased, were granted to the un
dersigned that she now is the
‘duly appointed, qualified and act
ing Administratrix of the above
entitled estate.
All persons having claims again
st said estate are required to
serve them’ with the necessary
vouchers upon me at the office
of Moulton 8: Powell, Kennewick,
Washington, within six months
after the date of the first pub
lication of this notice. to-wit:
Within six. months after the 10th
day of July._.l94'l, and file the
same with the Clerk of this Court,
together with proof of such ser
vioe', or they '~shall be forever
barred
DATED at Kennewick, Wash
ington. this 9th day of July, 19:17.
LELA OWENS, Administratrix,
By MOULTON a; POWELL 8;
THOMAS B. GESS, Her attor
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. s. #7 *8" >2 -- start slaughtering .., . These are
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' pumps by Foot Delight - . a
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l Richland Shoe Salon
9 PTA Delegates Asked
; To Attend Summer Meet
J Delegates from the Kennewick
1 Parent Teacher Association have
- been invited to attend the PTA
LSummer Institute to be held a 1
2 Central Washington College, El
: lensburg. July 22, 23 and 24.
2 Sponsored by the state - wide
." Washington Congress of Parents
.- and Teachers and Central Wash
: ington College of Education, the
L institute will be devoted to four
.'general themes: recent develop
yments in education; how schools
‘5 can be interpreted to parents
land public; school, home, and
e community .plans for child health
; and recreation; and, PTA—a dy
‘lnamlc force for better education.
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l During the morning sessions of]
y the three day meeting. talks will
'1 be presented by leaders in educa
tion, while the afternoon sessions
; will be open for general discussion
and PTA workshop activities di-,
j- rected by national and state ome
’ers.
’AUXILIARY OF UNITED BPM
ISI-l WAR VETERANS
I Mrs. Dorothy Cockle will attend!
' the Department Convention at,
‘Tacoma this month as representa-,
'tive from the Pasco-Kennewick,
‘Auxiliary of Spanish War Veteb,
.ans. Cora Sharp otPaseowillbo,
alternate. Other members to at-'
'tend the convention were Jose-Q
phine Liver-more, Dept. Color No.
!l, and Mrs. Culver, who is Dept.‘
E
junior vice president. The Na
tional encampment will be held
at Kansas City in August.
Comrades from Walla Walla
will join the local group at their
annual picnic to be held on Labor
Day at the local park.
Sixteen members were present
at the last meeting. at the close or
which refreshments were served
by Mrs. Masters and Mrs. Hol
brook.
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