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Locust Grove
Mayor and Mrs. J. C. Pratt,
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Edwards, Mr.
and Mrs. Ray Bowers and .Mr.
and Mrs. Henry Smith were
guests Saturday evening of Mr.
and Mrs. Gilbert Edwards.
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Quillen,
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Nicoson, Mr.
and Mrs. Gilbert Edwards and
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Smith spent
Friday in Walla Walla on busi
Sunday guests at the Ralph
Nicoson home were Mr. and Mrs.
Walter Edwards and family
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Smith and
family attended Rainbow instal
lation Monday evening at the
Masonic Hall. Their daughter,
Florence was installed as Worthy
Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Edwards
and daughter Shirley attended
the wedding of Billy Pratt and
Joy Michner, Saturday. Billy is
a nephew of Mrs. Edwards.
Payne Smith was a weekend
guest of Junior and Pat Gram
‘Locust Grove Home Circle will
hold an all day meeting at the
home of Mrs. John Owens,
Thursday, an. 22.
Mr. and Mrs. Francis Baker
and son Billy of Walla Walla
were guests at Roy Kratzers
home from Wednesday to Friday.
Mrs. Baker is a niece of Mrs.
Mrs. M. .M. S. Kinkaid of Ken
ngwick visited Mr. and Mrs.
5 Important Changes
E s. P. a: 5. By. Train No.
5 2. Empire Builder. Easi-
IE bound. now leaves Pasco
E at 7:40 P. M. instead of
= 7:55 P. M., and Train
E No. l. Westbound. leaves
‘E'Pasco at 3:20 A. M. ‘in
'= stead of 3:10 A. M.
E Schedules on other S.-
= P. 8; S. trains remain
E unchanged. '
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Kramer and their guests, Thurs
Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Simmelink
and family were over night
guests at Budd Larkins home, of
inley, Thursday. '
Neil Simmelink of Kennewick
was a visitor, Friday at the Ray
Kratzer; home.
Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clare
Shaw last week were Mr. and
Mrs. James B. Sharkey from
Washington, D. C. The Sharkeys
left on Sunday to continue their
trip through the northwest.
Services ' Are Held. For
Henrietta Dammier
Henrietta Heitmann Dammeier
was born July 25, 1861 at Addison
111., and passed away January 17,
1948 in Kennewick, where she
had lived for 27 years. Since the
death of her husband in 1941 she
had made her home with her
son Edwin. ‘
She is survived by two daugh
ters, Mrs. Ottilie Glassel, Idaho
Falls, Miss Frieda. Dammeier,
Kennewick; a son, Edwin Dam
meier,- Kennewick; .a sister, Mrs.
Minnie Dhmmeier, Corvallis; a
brother, illiam Heitmann, Mel
rose Park, 111.; three grandchil
dren and' three great granchild
ren. ' ,
Funeral services were con
ducted at the Bethlehem Luth
eran church by Rev. M. C. Kauth
on Wednesday at 2 o’clock; In
terment was made in the Ken
newick cemetery. ' '
30:19.1.ng , - L -
1 Won Los:
‘Wilson 54 14
;N. P. Shops 43 25
IN. Y. Life 39 29
Meyerbing 39 29
‘Neumans 31 27
Safeway 30 38
City Market 22 46
Belair's 14 54
Wilson (4!: Shields 473; E. Wild
son 520; J. Wilson 475; C. Dague‘
437; Doran 534, thp. 156, total
2595. N. Y. Life (0): Kenney 509;
Bowman 444; Wan Pliet 532, Mast
3:67 Dummy 426, hdcp. 219, total
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Meyerbing (l): Bingaman 442,
Cartwright 553, Babcock'47s, Mol
ler 510, Schock 402. hdcp. 249, to
tal 2631. N. P. Shops (3): F. Von
Saggern 542, Sutton 489, L. Von
Saggem 454, Neswick 528, Jack
son 418, hdcp. 336, total 2778.
Belairs (1): Scoville 404,‘Belair
401. B. Goin 394, J. Goin362, H.
Parker 386. hdcp. 471, total 2428.
Neumans (3): Johnson 445, Lenz
400, Pohl 471, D. Campbell 479,
Otte 413, hdcp. 240, total 2448.
Safeway (3): Way 393, Dummy
420, Conrow 438, Gilbert 459, An
derson 463, hdcp. 273, total 2446.
City Market (1) Dummy 420, R.
Krueger 408, Lindholm 488, Kysor
306. dummy 420, hdcp. 213, total
Won Lost
Ray-D-Ant 46 22
Eagles 44 24
Farmers 41 27
Wash. Hardware 39 29
Kenn. Courier 30 38
Standard Oil 30 38
Inter City Bus 24 44
Bank 17 51
Inter City Bus (3): R. Safford
426, Lindholm 446. J. Safford 399,
Criswell 443, McGary 378, hdcp
387, total 2479. Eagles (1): Van
Vliet 51], Hyatt 409. Schwartz
465, Gibson 419, Anderson 363,
hdcp. 270, total 2437.
Ray-D-Ant (1): G. Wilson 467-,
.T. Wilson 540. Beall 397, Solms
368, Smith 509, hdcp. 243, total
2524. Farmers (3): L. Dague 417,
Ford 419, Sutton 510, Doran 477,
D. W. Campbell 541, hdcp. 252,
total 2616. ' ‘ '
Bank (4): S. Anderson 485, Mc-
Gowan 432, R. Campbell 498, Hoo
ten 405, Davis 470, hdcp. 258, total
2548. Couriers (0): Tuve 448, Hen
ne 437, Gifford 379, Dummy 408,
Malde 310, hdcp. 426, total 2408.
Standard Oil (1): Felton 413,
Howard 380,‘Keene 380, Lenz 414,
Doyle 396, hdcp. 402, total 2385.
Hardware "(3): Posey 384, Han.
cock 366, E. Dague 431, Libby 402,
All Hanford Works men and wo
men will be eligible for trailer
space at the North Richland Trail
er camp when space is available,
J. R. Goggin, the Realty Division’s
housing chief at North Richland
announced yesterday. .
No trailer registrations are be
ing accepted prior to opening of
the camp, Goggin said, but as
soon as an opening date is deter
mined notice of how. where an'd
when to register will be placed in
the Hanford. Works News and-the
public press.
By Mn. Ramon Wilcox
Phone news to Kennewick 12x9
before Wednesday
I J. R. Ayers attended Masonic
meeting in Yakima last Thursday.
[He was accompanied by Billy
‘Thomas and Bernard Slocumb of
Bill Nunn is helping Mr. Ayers
at the ranch this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Carlos Lee and
family visited Sunday .at thei
home of Mrs. Lee’s parents, the;
M. H. Fate's. I
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wright
and family of Pasco visited at
the Harman Wilcox home last
“Meet Your Neighbor” party
will be held January 31 at 6:30
With, a pct luck dinner at the
Riverview High School. Please
bring your own table service.
Mr. and Mrs. Orval Butterfield
and son Darrel were dinner
gests Sunday at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. _William Nunn.
Mr. and MET-:1 fin-Ayers at
tended official board meeting of
gheir church early Monday even
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Nunn and
daughter Eva Rose and Mr. annd
Mrs. J. R. Ayers attended Rain
bow installation of officers Mon
day night.
M The Churches
Bethleheh Luthorn Chutch
3rd at Benton. M. C. Kauth. pas
tor. Mr. H. C. Lohrmann, teacher.
Divine Services with induction
of church officers Sunday at
11:00 a.m. Sunday School and A
dult Bible Class at 10:00 a.m.
Walther League Wednesdays at
8:00 p.m. Choir Rehearsal Thurs
day at 8:00 p.m. Tune in on “The
Lutheran Hour” every Sunday
from 9:30.10:00 over KUJ, Walla
Walla or over KPKW from 1:00-
1:30 p.m. We cordially invite you
to attend our services.
Pint Methodist
‘ Corner Kennewick Ave.‘ and
Dayton. The Rev. John B. Coan.‘
minister. 9:45 ‘Sunday Church
School. 10:45 morning. service.
Mrs. E. E. Ferguson at the console.
Full choir and organ participa
tion. Subject, “The Guide of Our
Faith, The Book." 5:30 Jr. Hi
Fellowship. 6:30 Senior Fellow
ship. 7:30 Monday Scout troop.
Wednesday Circle 4. 7:30 Thurs
day 7:30 choir meet, Mr. Frank
Harris. director. Always a friendly
welcome at the “Church of the
Glowing Cross."
First Lutheran Chute]:
Second and Auburn, P. J. Luva
as, Minister, Res. 004 Kennewick
Sunday School 9:45 a.m. A
Graded Sunday School.
Morning Worship 11:00 a.m.
Sermon Theme, “Wisdom. Might
and Riches." Luther League Meet
ing 7:00 p.m. Choir Rehearsal
Thursday evening 8:00 p.m. The
Junior Choir and Confirmation
Classesmeet Saturday mornings.
linley Holes . l
Spcial evening meetings will be
held at the Finley church from
the Bth to 14th inclusive with the
Reverend Joseph H. Ball con
ducting the meetings.
The Youth will have charge of
tlge morning service Sunday, Jan.
2 .
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hanson and
family spent Sunday with Mrs.
Hansen's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Roy McCalmant.
Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Brown,
Mrs. Bernard Slocumb, Mrs. Earl
Meyers and Reverend Pierce Ro
berts attended a meeting of the
planning board of the Northwest
Conference of the Methodist
church at Richland Friday.
Mr. and Ms. M. G. Ball left: for
Seattle Friday to spend a few days
with their daughter and family
Mr. and Mrs. Beryl Ash.
The Boy Scouts accompanied by
their scout master, Mr. Shawver,
went on an all day hike and pic
nic Saturday taking only for their
meal such food as could be pre
pared without pans or kettles
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Piert and‘
son Dennis spent a few days in;
‘Vancouver last week. 3
1 Mr. and Mrs. Henry Turner and 1
family of Condon, Ore., and Mn!
and Mrs.: Bob Turner and family
of Sisters, Ore., visited with
friends and relatives in this vicin
ity over the week end.
Mrs. Bob Perkins left Sunday on
a two weeks visit going first to‘
Yakima to visit her brother and
his wife Mr. and Mrs. Acel Purdy.
then on to Seattle to visit her son
End family, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Per- 1
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Beath who
recently sold their place to Mr.
and Mrs. Eggers have purchased.
the place south of Finley former
ly cwened by Bill Piert. They plan
to_r_n9ye in around Feb. 1.
L'adies Aid met Wednesday of
last week with Mrs. W. F. Brock
with about 20 members present.
Mr. and Mrs. John Frederick
entertained at a dinner Sunday of
lats week honoring Virgil Masters
(rm his birthday. Covers were laid
or 12.
Mrs. Bert Fredericks and daugh
ters returned from North Platte.
Nebr., Jan. 11, where they had
speent the holidays with friends
and. relatives.
John Philip Sousa, world famous
band leader and composer of
-“Stars and Stripes Forever".
joined the U. 8. Marine Band as
second trombone player when he
was 13 years old.
*Michener - Prat!
Rites Solemnized
'On Saturday, January 22 at 2
o'clock Miss Joy Michener and
William D. Pratt exchanged mar
,riage vows at St. Paul's Episco
ypal church in Kennewick. The 4
bride is the daughter of Mrs. J.l
C. Pratt. Rev. Nelson Atkinson,:
rector, officiated at the double!
ring ceremony. ‘
Arrangements of white and yel-l
low "mums" were used as floral
accents at the church. 'lhe nap-z
tial music was played by Mrs”
1.. M. Keene at the organ and IVITS.‘
r‘ranit Maupin sang “on, Promise
Me," and. "Because." 1
'the bride was attired in a:
gown of White trench marquisette
with nut train and finger-tip veil}
and she carried a bouquet of
White carnations centerea with
white orchids. In the wedding!
group were Mrs. Jerry Decker a.
matron ot honor. gowned in blue|
taffeta and wearing a garland
or White carnations in her hair;
and the bums mains. Shirley Pab‘
zer in lavender, and manual
Sharpe in rose taffeta gowns“
made in identical fashion ann‘
wntn matching haio's of tune, eacn 1
carrying cononial bouquets 0:"
white andpink carnations.. i
Miss Michener's tamer escort
ed. ner to we altar and gave ner
hand in marriage. The bride
groom was ”tamed by ms brom
elE‘Jim Pratt‘as best man and Dick
miner and {Joya Miller, ushers.
. Mrs. michener wore a black
and aqua punt afternoon dress
wan corsage ot‘ sarcomas. Mrs.
Pratt's dress was of nose color
ana ner come also was of gar
aanias" .
, A reception, following the cere
mony. was neld in the Rectory
where the newly married couple
greeted their ‘mnny friends. The
bride’s sister-« Mrs. Hamid Kelly
and the bridegmom's sister Mrs.
Neil Miller served the refresh
ments. The bride and groom ,to
gether- made the initial cut in the
wedding cake which was a four
tiered confection wreathed in
white and pink carnations and
Mrs. Pratt was graduated from
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'in ’45 and served two years in:
[the navy. |
For their honeymoon trip Mrs.’
Pratt wore a navy blue double
breasted tailomd suit with powder
blue accessories and corsage of
white orchids.
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