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The Kennewick courier-reporter. [volume] (Kennewick, Wash.) 1939-1949, November 20, 1947, Image 12

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Pair Wedded In
Church Study
In the present only of the at
tendants, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert
Owens of Kennewick, Miss Zola
D. Williams, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Don' Williams of Pasco, and
Harry 0. ..Witt of Kennewick,
were united in marriage in the
study of‘ the Kennewick Metho
dist Church on Friday evening.
Rev. John .- B. Coat)... pastor, of
ficiated. "j '
The ,bride was dressed in a
gray suit with black accessories.
and wore a shoulder corsage of
white gardenias. The double ring
rite was read. Witt, a nephew of
Robert Owens, “is a native 'of
Kennewick but has been gone for
several years until his recent re
lease from military service. a
The pair left for a coast trip
which would take them into Cali
fornia. They were uncertain
where they would make their
home. ,
mason-numerous ‘
Miss Kathleen Anderson, daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. George
Anderson of East Kennewick and
Jerry K. Klinetobe were united
in ‘marriage Sunday afternoon,
Nov. 10 in St. Joseph's Catholic
church in. Kennewick, Father
Edmond McGrath officiating. ‘
An organ prelude of traditional
wedding airs was played by Mrs.
W. .I. Shaughnessy.
Miss Anderson wore a wedding
gown of white satin,- fashioned
with a train and worn with a
finger tip veil caught to her
head in a halo of net. Her
flowers were ‘a nosegay of red'
rose buds encircled with garden
as.
The bride was given in marri
age by her brother Austin Ander
son. Her matron of honor was
Mrs. Austin Anderson who wore
a floor length blue satin gown
with short veil of matching net
and who carried a colonial bou
quet of pastel chryanthemums.
Miss Beryl Garrison and Mrs.
Robert Raymond were brides
maids, wearing gowns in pink
and blue with blue shoulder
length, veils. Each carried chry
santhemums.
Linda Sue Hansen, niece of the
bridegroom, wearing a peach
colored, floor length gown, with
a halo of roses. was flower girl.
Micheal Stankiewicz, brother
in-law of the bridegroom, was
best man and Wallace Darling
was usher.
The brides mother wore a
floral dress with brown‘ access
cries and corsage of gardenias,
while. the bridegmoms’ mother
wore a beige suit with corsage of
pin}: carnations.
A reception at the B. F.
Thrasher home in East Kenne
wick followed. Mrs. Austin Ander
son and Mrs. John Thrasher
served punch and wedding cake,
while Mrs. Hobart Raymond
presided at the coffee urn. Miss
Garrison had the guest book.
Both Mr. and Mrs. Klinetobe
are graduates of the Kennewick
hum school with the class of 1945.
She attend” ‘WSC for one, year
while Klme'fdoé was in the mu
m 51 hi§ matry- He attended
a California business college and
for the past year has been pm
ployed in the Yakima Savmgs
and Loan office in Pasco. After
the wedding-trip they Will make
their home in Pasco.
Guests comin‘ from out of
town for the wedding were: Miss
Beryl Garrison, Pullman; Mrs.
W. A. Berg, Yakima; Mrs. N. P.
Davison, Tacoma; Mrs. Henry
Housman, and daughter Patricia,
Garfield; Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Jones and Mr. - and Mrs. Carl
Bennett, White Swan.
HOBBS-011808
Miss Laceren Moses and Max
Dixson were married Friday even
ing Nov. 14 at 7:30 o’clock at
the Good News Chapel. The
double ring ceremony was per
formed. by Rev. John Kinkbeiner
in the presence of the immediate
relatives and close friends of the
couple. Mr. and Mrs. DeMarian
ville were the attendants, Follow
ing the marriage service a din
ner was served the wedding
party at the Angus Grill. Mr. and
Mrs. Dixson will make their
home at Apt. 1 Chapel Crest.
Cottage.
LIBRARY GUILD
The Library Guild met Morniay
afternoon with Mrs. Guy Story
at her home on the Highlands.
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Mr. Winkler’s parents, Mr. and
_Mrsk George Winkier of Kenne
wxc .
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Danley and
sons Jackie and Jimmy left Sun
day for.a weeks vacation in Van
couver, Wash.
Mr. and Mrs. John McCormick
of Yakima visited at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. L. M. McCormick
Su_n_day. _ - . __ _ _ _
Mn'and Mrs. Claire Maddock
spent Wednesday in Yakima vis
itiyg fgiemis. , _ A _
HErold Noe returned to work
last week after several days in
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ator for SP. & S. spent three days
last week visiting in Portland. .
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Gunmen WASH.) comm
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the week and visiting in Port
land.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Johnson
spent Saturday visiting Mrs.
Johnson parents in Richland.
Mr. and Mrs. Bryle Doyle and
family of Kennewick spent Sun
day at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
J. M. Doyle.
MA‘NINWW
OBITUARY
LOUIS D. PETERSON
Louis D. Peterson was born in
Minnesota on April 12, 1881 and
died Sunday Nov. .16. 1:47 at the
home of his niece, Mrs. Leland
Kusske.
Mr. Peterson was a single man
and had resided on route 2 since
1936. He was a laborer for gen
eral construction. 7 7 ~
He leaves two nieces, Mrs. Le
land Kusske and Mrs. Duane
Campbell of Kennewick; two
brothers, Theodore and Harry
Peterson of Bemidji, Minn., and
two sisters, Carlotte Grube of
Mollie, 111.; and Lenore _Neuman
of Los Angeles.
Funeral services were held
Wednesday afternoon at 2:30 .at
the Mueller chapel with Rev. I’.
J.. Luvaas officiating. Interment
was made in Riverview Heights
cemetery. .
PBP CLUB Ins FOOD SALE
The Pep Club girls are- spon
soring a turkey raffle to raise
funds for the purchase of new
emblems. The turkey will be rat
fled off in front of Shirley’s
Beauty Salon, 4:30 P.M., Saint
day, November 22. A food sale,
also at: Shirley's will start at
11:00 a. m. Saturday.
MAGIC SHOW GIVEN
The Wears presented a magic
show Friday, third period, be
fore the Junior and. Senior High
students. This was the second in
a series of Uational Assemblies
that are to appear before the
student body ' this year. -
Honor ,Society Selects
Twenty New Members
The Kennewick High Honor So-l
ciety met Wednesday. November
19 and approved the list of stu
dents selected for memberhip.
The new members are Sen
iors: Shirley Bateman, Nancy
Bennett, Mary Cole. Barbara
Jones, Laßaine Roop, Leonard
Walker, Ellen Welch, Betty Jean
Wilson and Beth Alexander. Jun
iors; Barbara Babcock, Mary El
len Block, Elizabeth Liesinger,
Leonard Lortz. Leona Luvaas,
Lorraine Maulding, Barbara Ow
ens. Leßoy Spitzer, Roger Block.
Marilyn Oliver, and Robert Scott.
The annual Honor Society ban
quet will be held in the elemen
tary cafeteria, December 3.
REBEKAHS
Althes Rebekah lodge will
meet Monday night. The Past
Noble Grands will put on the
entertainment There will be re
treshmenta.
Methodist Youth In
Rally At Grandview
On Sunday attemoon and eve
ning. November 80. the youth
groups of the Methodist churches
of the valley will uther in Grand
view for their second autumn
rally. under the leadership of the
Yakima Valley sub-district coun
cil. of which Arthur Whiteon of
Kennewick is the pneeident.
Groups from this end of the
valley which expect to so in large
numbers include both Junior High
and Seniors from Kenewick, Pas
co, Hover. Finley. United Protest
ant groups of Richiend, Benton
City and Prouer,__ _ _ _
The program will include supper
worship periods. recreation, song
fat, and inspiration service. The
theme of the day will be, “Christ
Through Us”. Pastor: and adult
counselors will noeompany the
young people. The mom will
open at 3:30 end elone .at 9:30.
it was slated.
Thursda Novemb. IO “‘7
up... one:
Tho Latter Day Saint.
sponsored a dance Int “alum.
“mm“ at the Rocnaflon Mu
Music was furnished by “Ii
Tommy Duncan orchutr. Lbs
Plan to give dance; on “I! “In
two Thursdays of etch Imam
and extend a welcom.’ to flu...
in the commumty over “my.
years of age.
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Mr. and Mrs. Paul
entertained the Kilkaremcm
Monday evening at dim.- N
cards. Mr. and Mrs. M. :
um: held high mom and all»
Mrs. Elmer Olson low, ‘. Q
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BALLAINE'S m’c .
208 Ave. C p 5... "I!
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