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lITTIE STORIES of the WEEK-
By FLORENCE OLIVER
Phone News in Kennewick 2442 bofora Tuesday Noon
Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Bird re
turned Friday evening ' from
Patterns where they had visited
for a week in the home of their
daughter and son-in-law, the
Ralph Camps.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Whitte
rnore drove to Pullman last week
end to spend Father’s Day with
their daughter a'nd husband, Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Wade.
Pre-school P.T.A. members,
their husbands, and children,
held a picnic Sunday in the city
park._Arrangegl_e_nts were undgr
the direction of Mrs. Henry Belalr
committee chairman. Owing to
the dust storm which developed,
the group dispersed early in the
afternoon. . '
Vacation guest of Mrs. Clare
Shaw and Mrs. Phil Heffelfinger
is their nephew, Eugene Gall of
Kirkland.
Mtg Gladys McEarl_a_nd _h_as
ilett for her home in Memphis,
iTenn. after making an extended
wvlslt with her sister, Mrs. W. E.
Cole and family.
Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Thompson
are on a vacation tour of Califor
nia. They plan to be gone two
weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. McCallum
are in Spokane this week to be
with their daughter, Mrs. Ed
Moran, who is.a patient in the
Deaconess hospital.
Arriying Thursday, Ja_ck Selt-i
zer is here from New Orleans to
visit his parents Mr. and Mrs.
H. A. Seltzer. In her son's honor
Mrs. Seltzer entertained Satur
day evening at a buffet supper.
Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Milton
Libby, Allen Libby, Mr. and Mrs.
‘George Jones, George Ann and
iPenny and Mr. and Mrs. Phil
Heffelfinger and Phyllis.
H. J. Dolling of Seattle was a
guest in the home of his sister,
Mrs. Gus George for the day on
Friday. Mr. Dolling, vice presi
dent of the First National Bank
of Seattle was in Richland on
:‘hursday to attend a bank meet
ng. _
Dr. A. F. Roucek left Sunday
evening to attend a dental con
vention which convenes in Seat
tle four days this week.
re- Mrs. Bob Graves returned Sun
)m day from Tacoma where she had
:ed gone on Friday to accompany her
eir father, C. S. Sturgess of Pasco
he who entered the NP. hospital for
treatment.
te- Leaving Sunday, Bill Gravens
ek lund with his son Dick and his
Ith mother Mrs. J. H. Gravenslund
fir. motored to Darby, Mont, to visit
Mrs. Gravenslund’s son and wife
rs, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Schmandt.
en, They plan to be back in a week.
Lty Mrs. E. R. Carnahan was home,
[er again Wednesday after a yisitl
m- in the home of her son Marvin
to Carnahan in ' Yakima. During
yd, her stay she attended the grad
he uation of her grand daughter
Marjorie Carnahan in a class of
m 418 from the Yakima high
91' school.
of Long time residents of Kenne
wick will be interested to learn
as of the marriage of George F.
is, Richardson and Miss Esther
ad Bienfang in New York City on
E. May 27. Miss Bienfang is former
director of Whitman Conserva
m tory of Music and Richardson is
it. an attorney with offices in New
yo York City. They will make their
home in that city.
m Mrs. R. A. Oliver’s nephew,
)9 Douglas Gibbs and son Bruce of
1d Seattle visited last week end
1e with his aunt and in the homes
of his cousins H. E. and Larry
t- Oliver and Mrs. W. S. Washburn.
to A large group of P.E.O. mem
s, bers drove to Walla Walla
)r Thursday where they were en
r- tertained at the home of Mrs.
r. Howard Whitbeck for the an
n nual picnic. Mrs. Whitbeck, a
5. member of Chapter A.Q. moved to
d Walla Walla last spring to make
il her home. Guests attending from
that city were Mrs. B. E. Reser,
a Miss Fannie Dunwoodie, Mrs.
r, Moore and Mrs. Martin. - -
n Mrs. Dean Yedica’s father, R.
i- S. Talbot of Phoenix, Arizona is
k her house guest while Mrs. Tal
n hot and her grand daughter, lit;
:- tle Jodie Yedica.are visiting in
Baltimore for several weeks. Mrs. 4
y Yedica and her father returned .
.- Saturday after spending a week ,
:- in Seattle. Mrs. Robert Schoen- ‘
berg and three year old daugh- :
; ter Pamela came with them for :
I a visit in the Yedica home. «
Visitors in the home of Mr.
and Mrs. John Smith of West
Columbia avenue last week
were their son Pvt. Richard Li
I. Smith of the Signal Air Corps‘
and their daughter and husband
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Evett and
young son Eric from Pullman.
Richard left Saturday morning
to report at Fort Monmouth, N.
J. The Evetts also left Saturday
in company with Mr. and Mrs.
Audley Evett of Spokane for a
two weeks vacation trip in Cali
fornia. Mrs. smith is caring for
her grandson Eric while his par
ents are away.
Mrs. Donald McPherson and
two children of Seattle came Sat
urday to visit for a fortnight
with her parents Mr. and Mrs.
Martin Garber.
Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Lueck
(Kay Paige) are parents of a
daughter born Saturday in the
Pasco hospital.
Mrs. Kessler Campbell and
Mrs. Forrest Gragg shared host
ess honors in entertaining for
Mrs. Francis Thiel Friday after
noon at the Campbell home on-
Murphy Road. A shower of lay-,
ette gifts was presented to Mrs.
Thiel. Guests present included
Mrs. John George Jr., Mrs. Harley
Neel, Mrs. Ernest Dickenson, Mrs.
Carl Mayer, Mrs. M. Simmelink. *
Mrs. Ora Dickenson, Mrs. Neil
Miller, Mrs. Jim Dickenson, Mrs.
Earl Story, Mrs. Henry Smith,
Mrs. J. C. Pratt and Mrs. John
Dickenson. .
Entertaining at the Riviera'
Supper club Ellis Dorothy was
host to a group of friends at din
ner on Wednesday evening. The
guests included F. P. Meverden,
William Gravenslund, George
Jones, Odes Sloan, Francis Lud
low, Milton Libby, The Rev. J. B.
Coan, Phil Heftelfinaer and
Clare Shaw.
Mrs. W. S. Hulet, Dr. and Mrs. i
Willis Taylor and Lowell Taylor
were in Portland last week to
attend the graduation of Miss
Daphne Taylor from the Univers
ity of Oregon Medical School of
Nursing which took . place on
Thursday. Miss Taylor accom
panied the party on their return
home Friday, staying until Sun
day when she went back to
;Portland.
Arriving Tuesday morning Mr.
and Mrs. Leo Dußois and sons
are here from Rrainard, Minn.‘.
to visit ,for several days in the
homes of his brothers, Ovid and
Nelvert Dußois.
Mrs. Vern Adolphson’s sister.
Mrs. Carl Sandgrin, and three
sons from Marysville, Calm. and
her mother, Mrs. Helen Hills of
Klickatat came Sunday for a
two weeks’ visit with the AdolPh'
son famil . '
Mr. ans, Mrs. Don Visger and
Kennewick Group
Attends Reunion
‘ Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Amon and
Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Johnson of
Kennewick drove to Wattsburg
Saturday where they attended
the annual reunion of the Waits
burg Academy alumni.
More than a hundred members
of the alumni association of the
old Acadamy attended the re
union, according to Mr. Amon
who graduated from there 45‘
years ago. ‘
Donna Louise were home-again
Monday evening from Lake Wil
liams where they had vacationed
for a week. They report good
fishing.
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Washbum
and son Jerry, on their way to
their home in Sweet Home, Ore.,
from Spokane, stopped Tuesday
to visit his mother, Mrs. W. S.
Washburn. Jerry also visited
Harry Meverden who went with
them for a visit in the Washburn
home.
Mr. and Mrs. Don Coates. their
two children and Mrs. Lulu
Coates, coming recently from
California, have moved into their
new home in Arbor Homes. Mrs.
Coates. senior, is leaving this
week to make an extended visit
in Illinois. Coates is assistant
superintendent in the local
schools for the coming school
year. _ ,
Saturday visitors of Mr. and
Mrs. E. S. McDonald were Mr.
McDonald's niece, Mrs. Oliver
Allison of Glencoma, and her
daughter, Gwendolyn Quigley of
goitlhand, and Al Anderson of
e a .
Notice: Royal Neighbor lodge
will meet Friday evening at 8
o’clock in the Masonic Temple.
All Royal Neighbors are invited
to attend. '
Mrs. E. S. Black, worthy ma
tron of Alma Chapter OES; Lynn
Tinsman, worthy patron, and
Mrs. Vernon Bird left Wednesday
morning to attend‘ Grand Chap
‘ter which is in session in Seattle
at the Civic auditorium. Thurs
day through Saturday.
Schoolmates of Joy Beth Dee
ter happily surprised her Mon
day evening with a theatre par
ty with refreshments served la
ter at the home of Frances Whit
son on South Washington street.
Joy Beth was presented several
small gifts as farewell tokens as
she is leaving this week with
the family to live in Blaine. The
party included Dorothy Strad
ling Patricia Tinsman, Marlene
Elliott, Frances Whitson, Gene
Reavis, Roger Whitson and the
honoree.
The iris is the colored diaph
ragm of the eye, the center of
which is pierced to form the pupil
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On Thursday, Jane 23, 6:3opm.
Complei'ely.
Redecorafed
Hawn's Court
June is the month of weddings,
graduations, vacations, cherry
picking, fishing trips, swimming
parties, picnics, barbecues, and
just an all-around good month
for going places and doing
things.
Mrs. W. O. Hawn, attended the
wedding c'eremony Saturday at
‘high noon uniting two young
people of two of Pasco’s pioneer
{families Miss Glenna Mcnraith
ibecame the bride of Mr. John
Francis Sullivan Jr. The bride
and groom are now on a honey
moon to the coast, and plan on
making their home in Richland
where Mr. Sullivan is employed
by the General Electric. com
pany.
Miss Delores Cox also attended ‘
a ceremony in the Lutheran
church uniting Miss Joan Bur-f
gess and Mr. Robert Johnson. J
The Paul Polings left last
Monday for Ritzville where he
will be employed on a new con
crete grain elevator being erect
ed. ~
Mrs. Daniel Graham left last
week for Marysville, Cal., where
she will visit for a few weeks
with her parents.
Mr. Edward .Rydstrom and
CarletoneKoile, are now in Day
ton, Wash., where they have
found employment in the pea
harvest. ‘
! Four couples of the court made
}up a dancing party last Saturday
night and attended the dance at
3Playlandn They were, Mr. and
Mrs. Pete Kriefels, Mr. and Mrs.
:David Cantley, Mr. and Mrs.
Carleton Koile, Miss Delores Cox
and Mr. Eddie Rydstrom.
Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Davis and
three children have moved to
Davenport where Mr. Davis is
now working.
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Gibson
of Pasco, were guests of the W.
O. Hawns on Sunday. Also call
ing at the Hawn home Sunday
for Father’s Day were theirw
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NURSERYMAN'S EXCHANGE
River Road ' than. 4525
Of Kennewick's -. Famous
By Charlotte McCuisfon
daughter. sondndaw, and grand
son. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Hamblin
and Dam. ,
Coming as a surprise visit to
the Polings home. were Mr. and
Mrs. Raymond Smithson. tanner
ly of the court and now living
in The Dalles. Ore.
Spending a day visiting in
Umatilla with Mr. and Mrs. Jam
es Carter, were Egla McCuiston.
Louise Heartburg, Rose Hawn.
and Charlotte McCuiston.
Leaving last Friday for em
ployment in Ephrata, were Mr.
and Mrs. Lester Cathey and
daughter, Sandra.
. Miss Lila Hauge was a visitor
lin the court last Saturday and
Sunday.
1 Visiting with the Franz Heart
burgs last Sunday were Mrs.
Andrews and Mrs. Donna Albers.
Mr. Franz Heartburg and Kieth
Zirkle returned Sunday from a
trip— through Oregon and Idaho.
Sunday visitors at the Lsuis
Deane home in Richland were
Mr. and Mrs. Nels Rydstrorn.
Mr. Heine Wendeis visited
Sunday with the Horace Chris-r
tian family in Milton. Ore. ‘
BPWC Meet
Is Tuesday-
The Business and Professional
Woman's club will meet for a
potluck picnic Thursday at 6:15
p.m. in the city park.
Alma Circle will meet in the
city park June 27 for a pot-luck
picnic. The hostesses Mrs. Wash
burn and Mrs. Day will furnish
the dessert.
The Unity Study class will
meet Thursday afternoon at 2:30
in the Episcopal Parish hall. Mrs.
Beulah Scott of Yakima is the
teacher. You are cordially in
vited to attend. - '
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George-Ann Irma, mlrhramd
her llrthday Mummy Indium/m
when her moth". Mrs. Gemge
J, Jones. 209 Howard. and Mn.
George CIOIId jammy amwalmd ‘
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When Pliny visited India 1.900
years ago he reported to Rome
that he saw grasshoppers three
feet long with legs strong
enough to use as saws.
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