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mt: smms oi the WEEK
By FLORENCE OLIVER
phone news to Kennewick 2442 before Tuesday noon
W
The Townsend Club met Tues
day evening, Nov. 4 in the Christ
in chumh- Officers for the com
in! year were elected as follows:
”alder“. Mrs. Jessie McClure;
vice president: Mrs. Nellie Evett;
W’ Mrs. Bert Miller; treas
urtf: B. J, Campbell. The next
M“ will be Nov. 18 with a
pot luck dinner followed by in
sun‘fion _of officers.
Mfl- c, L. Holcomb of Seattle
“svisiting oldiriends here this
mid-Week Coming from Yakima
“me she had vlslted her son Lee
family, she was enroute to
fid to see other relatives.
”wing Friday Mrs. W. H. Witt
at East Kennewwk went to Port
land to spend a week with her
Mime”: Mrs. T. M. Davis and
In Jennie Robmson, who has
”I, a guest at the home of her
w, MrS. Alfred Poole, left Fri-
W for Seattle to visit for a time
ANNIVERSARY DAYS
good news agencies in Kennewick invite uto the
“T: anniversary of the founding of the and News
cam.
NOVEMBER 20-21-22
Visit our store during these three days in anticipation
a Christmas. Come for Two-2 SPECIAL FEATURES
m Thursday through Saturday.
1. A Bargain Table. Merchandise at half price and
l' 2.’ ms! 1 1 A book of poems. beautifully bound.
m by the director of the Good News Agencies. John
finisher Jr. FREE to every purchaser of 31.00 oor more.
THE AUTHORIZED
Singer Semg Moshe
_ WILL BE IN KENNEWICK,
NOVEMBER 17th & 18th ' , '
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Have your maeliine repaired by an expat
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FRI- TES. Orders taken for new
machines. _ . . . ‘
I New Singer VACUUM CLEANERS f_or
immediate delivery. Free demonstration.
We also have a ”3:: line at
Treedle sewing m covers. .
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before returning to her home in
Hastings, Nebr.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Gorton and
children Donald, Terry and Kathy
arrived Friday froth Creston, Mt.,
to visit at the home of Mrs. Gor
ton’s mother, Mrs. M. Schuster.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Holmes of
Prosser, were guests also on Sun
day at the Schusters.
Mrs. Clarence ,Copenhaver en
tertained at a birthday dinner Sun
day in compliment to Chris Puder
baugh, Bert Miller and Mr. Cop
enhaver whose birthday anniver
saries were all on or near that
date.
Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Ludlow left
last Friday for Nampa, Idaho, to
visit in Twin Falls with Mr. Lud
low’s parents and other relatives.
A son whom they have named
Gary Jones was born to Mr. and
Mrs. Ezra Burton on Nov. 2 at
the Pasco hospital. M.rs Burton
and baby are now under the care
of her sister, Mrs. George Sharp
at the Sharp home.
Mr. and Mrs. Vic Marshall and
son Gilbert were here from El
- to spend the week end
with their daughter, - Mrs. Jack
Oliver and family.
Mr. and Mrs. George Schuster
from Moses Lake were Friday din
ner guests of Mrs. Schuster’s par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Patten.
Mrs. N. P. Davidson of Tacoma
was a guest of the 0. W. Engels
last week
The Ladies Circle of the Christ—
ian church will hold a bazaar on
Saturday Dec. 13 in the SM build
mg. .
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Reid, Mr.
and Mrs Russell Gouchnaur and
George A. Reid attended the WSC-
Orego'n game in Pullman Satur
day.
Mrs. Frances Stradford and mo
ther, Mrs. Frances Clark accom
panied Mr. and Mrs. Bob Strad
ford to Spokane to visit Mrs. J ean
etta Banta and the George Strad
ford family.
Mrs. Fannie Dunwoodie of Wal—
la Walla was aweek end guest of
far: T. C. Browne on the High
an s.
David Tweedt, who spent the
summer and fall in Mexico and
Texas, returned recently for an in
definite stay at the home of his
parents, the‘E. C. Tweets.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Jacobs and
daughter Donna drove to Baker,
Ore., Friday to visit until Sunday
with relatives. Mrs. Charles Black
man accompanied them as far as
Pendleton where she visited her
sister, Mrs. Homer Waggoner.
Bill Clifton of Yakima was call
ing on Kennewick friends on Mon
day.
Herb Lenz returned Sunday
eevning from Rolla, North Dakota
where he had spent the last three
months.
Mr. and Mrs. Warren Hocher
smith and daughter were guests
over the week end of the D. J.,
Hochersmiith‘ and George Reid
families. . "
W. L. Brown is under treatment
at the Pasco hospital for a leg in
"jury received last Thursday while
quéne; '
Bill Green and Mendel! Gregg
were home from EWCE for the
last week end.
Mr. and Mrs. John Kennel! mo
tored to Spokane for over-Sunday
viSEEinz- _- ,
Alma Chapter Eastern Star will
observe Tuesday, Nov. 18 as Past
Matrons and Past Patrons evening.
Mrs. Harold Motter and her
mother, Mrs. Schinneli, who is her
visitor from Canada, went Friday
to St. Helens, Ore., to visit Arthur
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baby, and Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Visger an, and granddaughter
Gloria June Mathany motored to
Pendleton to spend Sunday. I
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Eakin
spent the week end in Spokane‘
visiting friends.
Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Challis and
daughter Daryl from Yakima
were guests of the S. S. Mch
over Armistice Day.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Kent re
turned last week from a three
weeks vacation trip via stream-
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liner. They enjoyed visiting and.
sight-seeing in Chicago. Louis
ville, Ky.. ‘Atlanta. Ga.. Jackson
ville, Fla.. New Orleans, La. Hou
ston and San Antonio Tex., Colo
rado Springs and Salt Lake, Utah.
Mrs. B. 13. Smith plans to leave
Saturday morning. Flying to Co
lumbus, Ohio to join her husband
Captain Smith. and later _to visit
her daughter Mrs. V. E. Scholar
and famil at Quonset Point,
Rhode 15., d ring the holidays.
Among t ose going to Pullman
Saturday morning, flying to Co
ities at WSC were Ma. and Mrs.
H. Whittmore, Billy Ray Duffey,
Mr. and Mrs, H. J. Belair, Mr.
and Mrs. V. Wilder, Elaine and
Norman, and Mr. and Mrs Henry
Smith
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Visger. Jr.
went to Seattle the first of the
week to be gone sevral days.
Mrs. R: Q. Macmahon who b
.came ill last Saturday has been
a patient in the Pasco hospital
since that time.
R. E. Lenz' seventy-nineth
birthday amivemry was honored
Wednesday evening with a family
dinner. His daughter, Mrs. Ruth
Eggers was the hostess at her
home.
E. S. McDonald who has been
a patient at the Walla Walla
General Hospital for the past
(tihree weeks returned home Tues
ay. »
Women‘s Republican Club will
meet Thursday evening Nov. 13,
at 8:00 p. m. in the council
rooms. a
The American Legion Auxiliary
will meet at the home of Mrs.
Paul Spreen, Tues, afternoon,
Nov. 18th at 2 o'clock.
PEO met Thursday evening at
_the home of Mrs. J. H. Siegfried
with Mrs. W. S. Washburn assist
ing hostess. 4
Kathleen Anderson was honor
ed guests at a bridal shower last
Friday evening when Mrs. B. F.
Thrasher and Mrs. Pain enter
tained at the Thrasher home.
The gifts were delivered by little
Linda Harrison in a decorated
cart. Vocal numbers by Fern Al
bright and games were also en
iozed b 3: ti}? fenytfivefiwts - -
' ‘rhe Hollis Da'vis's have sold
their property on the Highlands
an}:3k have moved into town this
w. 7 7
Notice: the Finley Card club
will meet with Mrs. Bob Perkins
on Tuesday Nov. 18.
Summons a» Publication
No. 8477
In the Superior Court of the
State of Washington, in and tot
Benton County.
Jewell E. Todd, plaintifl. vs
Frank L. Todd, Detendant.
State of Washington to: Frank
L. Todd: ' '
You are hereby summoned to
appear within sixty days after the
;date of the first publication of this
summons. to-wit. within sixty days
;from the 30th day of October, 1047
and defend the above entitled ac
}tion in the Superior Court of the
State of Washington, aforesaid.
and answer the complaint of the
plaintiff and serve a copy of your
answer on the undersigned attor
neys for plaintiff at their omce.
’below stated; and in case of your
failure so to do, judgment and de
cree will be rendered against you
according to the demand of the
complaint, which has been tiled
with the Clerk of the Court.
? mac's object in this action
is to obtain a decree of divorce
from the defendant on the grounds
\of cruelty and non-support. to ob
‘taincustodyofthetwo children of
;the plaintiff and the .detendant, to
obtain support money for said
children from the defendant.
Horrigan 8: Leavy, Attorneys
for Plaintifi.
—Horrigan a. heavy. P.0.80x
620. Driscoll Bldg.. Pasco. Wash
ington. L 1030-123
Notice of flooring on Final Ac
count and Petition (or Die
. tribution
No. 2520
In the Superior Court of the
State of Washington. in and For
Benton County.
in the matter of the estate of
Louis W. Brown. Deceased.
Notice is hereby given that
Florence Turner. Administratrix
of the above entitled estate has
tiled her Final Account and Peti
tion for Distribution in the oflice
of the Clerk 0: the above entitled
court and that the court is asked
to settle said Final Account, to
distribute the property of said es
state to the heirs or persons en
titled to the same and discharge
the administratrix. .
Said Final Account and Petition
for Distribution will be heard by
lthe court at the courthouse in
\Prosser, Benton County, Washing
)ton, on the 4th'day of December.
1947. at the hour of 10:00 o'clock
in the forenoon. [
Florence Turner. Administratrix
by Moulton and Powell and 'l‘hool
mas B. Gess, her attorneys. '
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Plymouth Notes
87 Mrs. Burke Doyle
Mrs. Ida Dahlstrom. mother of 1
son were called to Mr. Kuipenhan's
in Montana last week because of
the illness of his mother.
Lrs Ida Dahlstrom, mother at
E. H. Dahlstrom. is spending two
weeks at her son's home in Ply
mouth. Mrs. Dahlstrom has just
returned from a three months‘ va
cation in Sweden.
Mr. and Mrs. C. Maddox spent
several days visiting in Yakima
during the past week.
l-l. Noe is seriously ill in the
hospital in Pasco.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Johnson‘
visited Mrs. Johnson's parents in;
Richland Saturday. j
Mr. and Mrs. L. E. McCormickl
of Snohomish spent Sunday ViSit-{
ing at the home of their son, L. N.‘
McCormick of Plymouth. ‘
Mrs. E. H. Dahlstrom left Thurs-i
day to visit her parents and sisteri
in Benton. ;
The first trailer ardived in;
“Trailer Town" at Plymouth on
Sunday. Since this large trailer
park is now ready for occupancy
it is anticipated that the parking‘
areas will fill rapidly. ' -_
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‘GB'I'S DEER. AWOPE
P Charles Ridley cut short a hunt-.
ing trip to his old haunts in the
hackson Hole country in Wyoming}
‘on receiving word of the illness‘
of Mrs. Ridley. However, he was
succeosful in bringing out a deer
and an antelope. Elk were still in
the high ranges.
m DEBATE
Kenneth Campbell. son of A. W.
Campbell of Kennewick. partic
ipated in a forum at the Epworth
Methodist church on the current
debate question. "Should a Federal
world government he established.”
This was one of the activitiel ot
Ithe Speakers' Bureau of the for
ensic department at the College
lot Puget Sound in Tacoma.
CALL US TODAY
Phone~‘?o7—Pasco
Garbage Semen
John Dietrich, Blgr.
Rubbish. Dirt. etc. Wed
Imm Buildup and Yam on
Short. Notice.
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