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Thursday. September 18, 1947
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Jmueline returned to their home
in Benton Sunday after spending
“week with her snster. Mrs. Harry
mush-om of Plymouth.
Visiting Mrs. McCormick One
day last week. was her sister, Miss
Domthy Hamilton of Chehalis.
Attending the Round-Up at Pen
(new; last Saturday from Ply
month were Mr. and Mrs. J. M
Doyle and twp of their gradsons
from Kennemck. Pat Wilson and
Mike Doyle. Also in the party
were Mr. and Mrs. Burke Doyle
and famlly and Miss Jean Hope
Of Seattle.
l M‘- and. Mrs. A. E. Whitfnore’s
son and wxfe returned from Hono-
Jul“ this week. His son had to go
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S T AR T E A RL Y
m. is the Time to Plan Your ORCHARD or VINEYARD.
You can buy STARK'S'.Pamous Trees on Their
' Easy Payment Plan.
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KENNEWICK
ton to Fort Lewis for medical care
while his wife and small daughter
stayed on at Plymouth for a visit.
Bloomfield Smith of Plymouth
attended the Round-Up at Pendle
ton Saturday.
HOVER NOTES
By Mrs. Harmon Wilcox
Phone news to Kennewick 12x9
before Wednesday
Mrs. J. R. Ayers and Mrs. J. W.
Nunn and daughter Eva Rose at
tended Rainbow Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Nelson and
family drove to Pullman Sunday.
Ronald Nelson will attend WSC
this year.
Finley grange will meet at 8
o‘clock Thursday, September 25
with a pot luck dinner at 6:30.
ENNEWICK WASH.) COURIER-REPORTER
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[The annual Booster Night ‘pro
gram will follow.
1' Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Judd and
children were dinner guests at the
IA. S. Mclntyre home Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Desmond Judd and
children were dinner guests at the
C. H. Judd home Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Saunders of
Kennewick were dinner guests of
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Judd Wednes
day
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Powell of
Washougal were guests of Mrs‘
Edna Mills Saturday night. I
. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Powell of
IWashougal and Mrs. Leslie Gil
bert of Kennewick and Mrs. Ar
nold Hinman of Portland visited
at the Carl Evans Sunday.
GUARDIANS' ASSN.
The Kennewick Camp Fire
Guardians’ Association held a
special meeting Tuesday at the
home of the president, Mrs. L. Z.
‘Scott. The purpose of the meeting
iwas to make final arrangements
for participation of Camp Fire
‘Girls and Blue Birds in the Ken
‘newick Grape Festival.
Camp Fire leaders now active
in the association are Mrs. L. E.
Nelson, Mrs. Harry Owens, Mrs.
Charles Fox, Mrs. James Magnus
son. Mrs. Floyd Keegan, Mrs. H.
Henne, Mrs. Leslie Lewis ,Mrs. J.
Oliver and Mrs. Florence Husband.
Blue Bird leaders are Mrs.. Scott,
Mrs. R. K. Safford, Mrs. Guy Ly
ons, Mrs. Ross Frank, Mrs. Roy
Matthews and Mrs. Don Mclntosh.
Mrs. Mclntosh acts as chairman
of the Blue Bird leaders, and held
a meeting of those leaders Monday
evening at her home to discuss
group plans, problems that arise
when dealing with children, and
methods of conducting meetings.
LOCUST HOME CIRCLE
Locust Grove Home Circle will
meet Sept. 24, instead of the 18th,
at the home of Margaret Felton.
This will be an all-day meeting.
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Your Savings Insured up to $5,000
Liberal Earnings
We invite you to open an account; large or
small. For further information \writ. to
FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN
ASSOCIATION OF WALLA WALLA
12 So. Second Ave" Walla Walla.! Wash.
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ALL VISITORS TO KENNEWICK
And The
Second Annual Grape Festival
Come In and Get Acquainted ,
354 AVENUE c .
1/2 310:]: East of Safeway
To Start Work Soon on
Raod Link to Dam
’ Word has been received from
the county road supervisor that
work will start very soon on the
road to McNary Dam. While this
is a very short piece of road it has
been extremely difficult to pass
over since subjected to heavy
traffic and dry weather. ‘
The huge shovels at McNary‘
Dam are taking their toll. OneJ
day last week just one of these
giants loaded 3500 yards of dirt‘
and rock into the massive 22-yard
dump trucks which accompany it.
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OBITUARY
Abraham Ballaine
Abraham Lincoln Ballaine 83,
passed away at the home of his
son, Platt E. Ballaine, Monday aft
ernoon.
Born in. lowa, March 14. 1864,
he moved to Endicott, Wash.,
where he was engaged in wheat
farming for many years. On Dec.
24, 1887 he was married to Flora
E. Marsh, who was deceased May
7, 1941.
Disposing of his interests at En
dicott, he moved to Idaho. ano
later to Garland, Utah. During the
past several years he has been
living with his son in Kennewick.
Two sons survive, Stanley L., of
Ogden, Utah,'and Platt E., of Ken
newick.
After funeral services Wednes
day, the remains will be shipped
to Garland, Utah, to be interred in
the family plot beside his wife.
Merlin Roy Gain. 112....
Infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Mer
lin Gain. of Kennewick, died at
Lourde Hospital September 6th.
Burial was September 8 at River-
View Heights Cemetary from the
Mueller Funeral Home with
Graveside prayers by Father E. G.
McGrath. '
Bichland Girl. i
Local Youth Wed 1
[ Miss Betty Parratt and William
[3. O’Hair were united in marriage
at the bridegroom‘s home on
Washington street. Aug. 29 by Rev.
Holden. They were attended by
Miss Maryellis Funk of Richland
and Donald Johnson of Pasco.
The bride is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Francis E. Parratt of‘
Richland and the bridegroom is
the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ed O’Hair‘
of Kennewick.
The couple. after a short wed
ding trip, are now making their
home on sth Avenue East, Kenne
wick.
LIEBBRAND-CRUTCHEB
A Monday afternoon wedding
took place in the pastor’s study
of the Kennewick Methodist
church with two outoof-towners
as principles, when Miss Louise
E. Crutcher, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Sam Crutcher of Jasper. Mo.,
became the bride of Burton Lieb
brimd of Miiton,-Oregon_. ___
Miss.Crutcher arrived from Mis
souri only a few days ago, though
she had resided in Athena, Om.
previously. She was dressed in
deep powder blue. with accessor
ies of black. The ring rite was
employed by the minister, Rev. J.
B. Coan. They plan to make their
home in Milton after a short trip.
One of America's Oldest Cities
Alberquerque, New'Mexico. was
first settled in 1706, by the Spam
ish. It was named in honor of the
Spanish Viceroy of New Mexico at
that time.
HOOKS
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FINISHING
Ask about our
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FLEMING’S NEW ~
' Interior Decanter
' (His Services Available FREE)
. To fill a long existing Yakima Valley need for com
plete decorating advice for budget economy homes. as
well as larger homes, we have engaged Mr. Jack
Kaufman, of Long Island, New York. Mr. Kaufman
brings you. . . ‘
. [fifteen Year’s Eitperienoe
in color styling and in furnishing homes—including
many on famous Long Island estates. He can help
you visualize changes and help you complete your
home furnishings with the assurance that you will be
' highly pleased t‘or ears to come.
' Uses Your Ideas . . .
You wish to use some of our present furniture. You
want your room to look larger. You wish to brighten
it up—to make it express your personality. Mr. Kauf
man can do this for you. He will help you completely
transform your home—make it picture pretty—from
- the Venetian blinds on the windows to hte last correct
ly proportioned and adroitly placed end table.
Drop Us a Line or Phone Us Collect
. . . and Mr. Kaufman will.stop on one of his frequent
trips to the lower valley.
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mam: FOB cam:
Lee and Bud Neuman. Donald
Golob and Eddie Murphy. stud
ents of Gonzaga high school. spent
the week end in Kennewick and
iSunnyside.
l While here they visited the Neu
*man boys' mother. Raymundo
\Neuman. a local English teacher.
In Sunnyside they visited Donald
Golob’s parents. Mr. and Mrs. John
Golob and son Richard. They also
took in the Gonzaga - Kennewick
football game Saturday night.

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VISITS HERE
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kjelsrud
of Great Falls. Mantana. are spend
ing at week visiting at the home of
Mrs. Kjelsrud’s father and mother
Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Cascaden. 341
Avenue C. They ave accompanied
by their two little daughters. Lynn
6 months. and Marcene, than.
The first Federal grants ex
tended to agricultural culleges
were made in 1862 under an act
of Congress known as the “lor
rill Bill.”
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