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Miss Eloise Curtis ls Wed .
Ir}; Lovely Garden Ceremony
The lovely garden of her par
ents’ home was the. setting for
the wedding of Miss Eloise Curt
is. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred
~ . Curtis of Kennewick to Marvin
Brown. Sunday afternoon, the
ding vows repeated to Presi
dent A. L. Morgan of the Church
0! Jesus Christ of the Latter Day
Saints, at two o’clock. '
A trellis intertwined with
summer flowers formed the
charming background of the im
provised altar in the garden,
with tall baskets of gladioli
marking the altar outlines.
Before the ceremony, th e
bride's brother, Arvon Curtis,
sang the traditional wedding
songs, “0 Promise Me” and “Be
cause" accompanied by Mrs. Her
bert Messervy at the piano.
Given in marriage by her fath
er, the bride wore a wedding
gown of heavy white satin. fash
ioned with long sleeves and a
form fitting bodice. from which
the full skirt tell in graceful
folds into a long train. 1‘ head
piece or white flowers held her
fingertip veil in place and she
carried an arm bouquet of pastel
carnations centered with an
- orchid.
Miss Dorothy Gro‘gan, maid of
honor, was attired in a white for
mal gown which was comple
mented with a floral head piece
and a corsage of pink rosebuds.
The two small sisters of the
bride. Carol and Frieda Curtis, in
tracks of white, were trainbear
ers. ‘
Howard Brooks of Grandview
'was best man.
The wedding reception follow
ed immediately, in the garden
with Mrs. John Chase of Athena.
Ore. cutting and serving the
wedding cake while ’Mrs. R. E.
Holden presided at the punch
bowl. Carol Jean Chase was in
charge or the guest book.
‘ The bride graduated ‘rom the
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Kennewick high school with the
class of this past spring, while
Mr. Brown. son of Mr. and Mrs.
Alvin W. Brown of Kennewick,
has been employed ln Richland
since he has been out of service.
After a short wedding trip to
the coast, Mr. and Mrs. Brown
will live in Richland. where he
is employed. during the summer.
with plans now calling for col
lege for him in the fall.
Out of town guests for the
wedding were the brother of the
bridegroom and his family, Mr.
and Mrs. G. W. Wright and
daughter, Joyce. of Salem, ore.;
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Osborn and
son, Reith, Ore. ; Mr. and Mrs.
John Chase and daughter. Carol
Jean. Atena; Mr. and Mrs. D. C.
Curtis, Potlatch, Ida.; Mr. and
Mrs. L. W. Curtis and daughter.
Vivian, Spokane; and Mr. and
Mrs. J. D. Browning, Richland..
No Work Relief
Projects Started
In Two Counties
No work relief projects have
been undertaken either in Ben
ton or Franklin county, John
Rusk, bi-county welfare admini
strator, said this week. ‘
The question arose when
Roderick Olzendam, state direc
tor of public welfare, announced
this week that 10 counties in
the state have undertaken such
projects under recently-adopted
state policy. _ 7 i A u
Rusk said - the Franklin
county commissioners h ave
decide d definitely against
a policy of work relief, because
of the additional cost of plan
ning, preparation and supervi
sion, but that the Benton county
commissioners have not ruled
out the possibility of some work
relief projects. .‘
Miss CAROL OLSON. at Seattle. pout with a copy at advertise
incnt that appeared in 32 nmpapon in the West. Thou adver
tisements are helping to “all" Washington State's scenic and
ucrcational taciliticl to vacationilts.
Phono Now: io Konnowick 2442 before Tuesday Noon
Jay Smith was here from his
home in Portland on Friday call
ing on old friends and neigh
bors. ,
Mrs. T. B. Hauschild’s daugh
ter and family, Mr. and Mrs.
Leonard Howe and sons, Tomas
and Jon, of Seattle came Satur
day to spend a week's vacation
with her. . 7 ,7
Mrs. V. W. Bird returned Satur
day from a visit in the home or
her daughter. Mrs. Ralph Camp
in Pateros. While there Mrs. Bird
attended a tea given in honor
of her daughter at which time
Mrs. Camp was showered with
many lovely pink and blue gifts.
Visiting Mrs. Flora Maxwell
Saturday to Monday were her
son, First Sergeant James W.
Maxwell and Mrs. Maxwell from
Wichita Falls, Sheppard Field,
Texas, who are spending a short
vacation in the northwest._ _ _
A guest in the home of Mrs.
I. N. Mueller last Wednesday
was Bob McCaw of Seattle.
Mrs. Ed Moran returned Fri
day and is convalesclng at her
home after a stay of almost five
weeks in Spokane where she un
derwent major su‘tgery: -
House guests of the Ed Brands
arriving last Thursday were Mr.
and Mrs. E. J. Brand from Tole
do. Ohio. Other guests for over
Sunday were Mr. and Mrrs. J. F.
Brand of Yakima who on their
return home on Monday were ac
fompanied by the Toledo vis
tors. -
The Misses Alice and- Myra
Sanders were home again the
last of the'week following a visit
in Wyoming.
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Goode
were guests over Sunday of the
Art Nicosons at their cattle
ranch near Pilot, Ore.
Mr. and Mrs. “Henry Kohler
and son Herbert of Long Beach.
Calif., were recent visitors or Mr.
and Mrs. A. W. Walker. The
friendship of Mr. Walker and
Mr. Kohler dates from school
days in lowa when they were
7 years or age. |
On their return Saturday from
a visit in Newport, Mr. and Mrs.
Arthur Campbell were accom
panied by Mrs. James 1. Miller
who visited here over Sunday.
A picnic was enjoyed by the
Navy Mothers club Monday eve
ning at the home of Mrs. Frank
Mason with hamburgers served
from the outdoor grille. The so
cial evening included a short
business session. ‘
Mrs. Charles Peter and sons,
Bill and Dick. returned to their
home in Seattle on Saturday af
ter visiting in Kennewick with
relatives for several weeks.
Your Chance in Save Dollars
. an Quallfy Merchandise -
Friday 3 Salurday
. July 15 - 16
Dress Yardage
Lengths for dresses,_
skirts and blouses.
1/2 Price
Qualify cumin;
Slightly Dusty
A good shake will
freshen like new.
1/2 Price
gilA on A; ?46ricA
Mrs. A. C. Wischmeier's par
ent, Mr. and Mrs. Don R. Leech
arrived Monday from Albion,
Neb., and will be house guests
for a month in their daughter's
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Turner and
daughters, Terry, Trudy and
Tana, were here from Sisters,
ore.. last wek to sepnd their va
cation with Mrs. Turner’s par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Adolf Shatto
1 Mr. and Mrs. Burns Brown.
Emily and Wallace, who have
been making an extended visit
in Kennewick, left Thursday to
return to their home in Santa
Barbara, Calif.
‘ Mrs. Clyde Higley has received
word that her father, Charles
Boyer, a former Kennewick resi
dent, has been a patient in the
Sacred Heart hospital for the
past week.
Born .to Mr. and Mrs. Wesley
Perkins, a son on July 11th at
the Pasco hospital. His name is
David and he weighs 8 pounds
3 ounces.
Dick Warren is in New York
City this week to attend an In¢
ternational Business Machine
convention. ~
. Lynne Brown and Mel Gess
were Seattle visitors Sunday and
.Monday at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Joe Brown.
A group of relatives were en
tertained by Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Mason Friday evening at a pic
nic supper under the trees at
the Mason home on East Second
avenue. The party included Mr.
and Mrs. Farnsworth, Bob, Gail
and Jean, who are visitors from
Great Falls, Monti, Mr. and Mrs.
Bob Mason, Terry and Christy of
Pasco, Mrs. Marjorie Vandine of
Seattle, and Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Blake, Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Hunt
ington, Mr. -and Mrs. Doug Sloan
and son and Tommy Mason or
Kennewick. . ,
Little Darlene Richmond, who
moved recently to Hermiston
with her parents. Mr. and Mrs.
Waldo Richmond, celebrated her
fifth birthday last Thursday
with a party in Keewaydin park.
Mrs. Richmond entertained a
large group of her little daugh
ter’s friends and their mothers
from Pasco, Hermiston and Ken
newick. . .
Mr. Heine Werdel made a
week-end trip through Milton,
Tailgate to Baker, Ore. and re
turn, reporting seeing deer in the
Blue Mountains and lots of won
derful scenery. While in Milton,
he visited the Horace Christians,
gaff}, Christian and son Perry
Drapery Yardage
Lengths for a pair of
drapes, cushions. or to
slip over a small chair.
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_ Ready-Made
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Oldtime School, Friends
Honor The Bride-To-Be
Miss Betty Jean Wilson. Ken
newick, whose marriage to Frank
Boies, was an event of last
week. was the incentive -of a
charming party Wednesday eve
ning when Miss Nancy Bennett
entertained a group of oldtime
high school friends at a kitchen
shower. The party was held at
the Bennett home, 224 Second
Ave., W.
The evening was spent in vis
iting and games. the hostess
serving a late lunch. assisted by
Miss Florence Smith. who also
made the attractive centerpiece
for the serving table. a minia
ture bride. in an aisle of candles.
reflected from the mirror on
which the little bride stood.
The guest list included young
_women who all attended Kenne
wick high school together. some
of whom are home now for their
summer vacation, the bride
elect. Miss Wilson, home from
Central Washington College of
Education; Miss Wilma Pence.
Linfield College; Miss Nancy
Stone, University of Southern
California; Miss Carolyn Travis.
Eastern Washington College of
Education; Miss Smith. Wash
ington State College; Miss Imo
gene Spurgeon. Christian College
at Eugene; Miss June Higgins,
Pinoch'le Club
Enioys Meeting
Meeting at the Ralph Reed
home Sunday e‘vening, members
of the Kennewick Pinochle club
enjoyed a pleasant evening, with
honors going to W. S. Green and
C. F. Winkenwerder. ~
a birthday cake featured in
the party refreshments marked
She birthday of Mrs. Winkenwer
er. ‘I
Guests of the club for the
evening included Mr. and Mrs.
Brewer Mattocks of Richland.
Mrs. Lottie Lampson and Mrs.
Mae Shanafelt of Seattle.
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Values To $34.95 '-
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employed at Richland; Miss Shir
ley Bateman. employed in the
Kennewick bank; Miss Barbara
Jones: Miss Frances Dickenson.
Washington State College: Miss
Dona Jacobs. Miss Carol Hansen.
Miss Rosella Albrecht. Pacific
Lutheran College. and Mrs. Bet
ty Perkins. 7
Visitors In
Anderson Home
Recent visitors at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Ing Anderson of
Kennewick were Mr. and Mrs. T.
E. Harris of Pequot Lakes and
St; Paul, Minn.
The Harrises have spent the
past three months visiting in the
west, recently coming to Wash
ington from a visit in California.
Tuesday Mrs. Anderson and
Mrs. Harris drove to Coulee Darn.
the visitors leaving for the mid
west again Thursday.
Over the Fourth guests of the
Andersons included their son and
family, Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Ander
son of Spokane. _
Reunion Held By
The Brue Family
Mr. and Mrs. Ole Brue and Mr.
and Mrs. O. W. Brue of. Ojai.
Calif., were honored guests at
the Otheim residence in Ken.
newick Sunday afternoon, with
Mrs. P. R. Anderson of Richland
and Mrs. Olav Otheim (Lois and
Olive Brue) as hostesses.
Others present were Mr. and
Mrs. L. A. Tweedt, Mr. and Mrs.
John Smith. Rev. and Mrs. P.
J. Luvaas, Mrs. Josephine Smith.
The B. 'l'. Bond family, Mr. and
Mrs. Paul . Poling and Mr. and
Mrs. Lester Cathey and daughter
Sandra of Soap Lake, made up a
party for the Fourth of July and
all went to Coeur d’Alene. Idaho
for the holidays. -
Values To $5.95
as}: $195 to $349
Flgten Home Scene
Sauday Wedding
The home of Mr. and Mrs.
Clifford Flaten of Kennewick
was the scene of a late Sunday
wedding cegemony July 3rd._ _
Rev. Justin Cornwall read the
marriage vows. which were re
peated by Miss Rhea Messenger
and Mr. Gerald Farley. both of
Pomeroy. The few friends and
relatives who witnessed the cer
emony were the guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Flaten for a wedding
The bride attended Pomeroy
high school and the groom is
a graduate of Tenino high school
in western Wasl‘ington. Mr.
Farley is employed in Pomeroy
where the young couple will
make their home following a
brief honeymoon near Olympia.
Workers Have
A Picnic Meet
The Campfire Council mem
bers and Campfire Guardians
association enjoyed a picnic in
the city park Thursday. A group
of Campfire Girls presented a
program under the direction of
Mrs. Paul Schuman, dramatic in
structor. Girls taking part in the
program were Coralee Williams.
Leah Smith, Dorene Williams.
Bernadine Galloway, and Doris
and Marilyn Cejka, and Levine
The program consisted of
group singing “Vacation Blues”:
a pantomine skit “Paul Revere";
a skit “Romance on a Park
Bench”; a reading “Trees" by Le
vine Williams; a skit “Train Sch.
edule” and a skit “Elevator.”
Discussion was held on the
Camp Fire Girls “Play Days"
camp which will be held at the
Highland Club House August 10
and 11. Any girl of Camp Fire or
Bluebird age may attend the
camp and arrangements may be
made by calling Mrs. Harry
Owens or Mrs. Paul Richmond.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mapes have
been frequent visitors of the John
Brendel family.
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Six bed jackets were made for
patients at the Veterans hospital
in Walla Walla at the all day
work meeting of members of the
Kennewick American Legion
Auxiliary meeting. Thursday at
the home of Mrs. Larry Oliver.
During the business meeting
Mrs. D. P. Jones, president of the
Auxiliary, and Mrs. Dale Gallo
way were named as delegates
to the state convention and Mrs.
M. Simmelink and Mrs. Paul
Richmond were elected as alter
nate delegates
Plans were made for raising
money for the Kennewick Hos
pital campaign.
Miss Hattie Davis, Kennewick
high school girl, who attended
Girls’ State in Pullman in June
Baptist Picnic Is
Set For July 19
' v ' ' v ' v v ’ I
The Baptist Sunday school will
hold a picnic July 19th at 6 p. m.
(children come for play at 5:30)
at Keewaydin park. All Vacation
Bible school children are epe
cially invited.
Unity Study class meets Thurs
day afternoon at 2:30 in the
Episcopal Parish hall. Mrs. Beu
lah Scott of Yakima is the teach
er. All interested persons are in.
vited to attend.
Values To $8.95
"W $5.9 5
July 71.7616“
Legion Women
Sew For Vets
Sale: and Service
322 Kennewick Ava.

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