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Pasco Rainbow Assambly
Will Hold Installation
Pasco Assembly No. 65, Order
’ the Rainbow for Girls will
hold public installation cere
monies in the Masonic Hall,
Friday evening at 8 p. m. Miss
Barbara Wilkins will be seated
as worthy advisor.
Saturday was a busy day for
members of Pasco Assembly No.
65. Order of the Rainbow for
Girls and their mother advisor,
Mrs. Karl Ericson, when Miss
Doreen Softky of Seattle, grand
Worthy advisor of the states of
Washington and Idaho and the
Territory of Alaska made her
Official visit here.
The Pasco Masonic temple was
abloom with asters and other
fall flowers. A clever circus mo
tif was carried out in the table
appointments by the use of col
orful clown favors, and center-
Pieces of “animals in cages," el
ephants, merry-go-rounds and
nasturtiums in miniature ani
mal flower vases. An animal
cracker was in each nut cup
clown favor for the dinner.
A 6:30 dinner given/ by East
ern Star members, preceded the
evening's festivities with Mrs.
Chuck Smith, chairmaning the
committee. Assisting her were
Mrs. John Skartland, Mrs. W. R.
Hales. Mrs. Thos. w. Bishop,
Mrs. A. W. Churchman, Mrs.
Chas. W. Smith and Miss Pat
Laskowski.
‘ Miss Bonnie Fischer, worthy
advisor. presided.
Introductions included the
grand worthy advisor and her
mother, Miss Jean Whitemarsh.
PaSCO. grand lecturer for the
states of Washington and Idaho
and the territory of Alaska; Ver
dlne Davis, Kennewick. past
grand chaplain and mother ad
visor of Kennewick Rainbow
Assembly No. 66.
Also introduced were past
Worthy advisor-3 Mrs. Mary Lou
Spauldlng Rokkan. Mrs. ”Joy
Morgan Mason and Miss Dolores
Chapman of the Pasco Assemb
ly; Mrs. Frances Whiternarsh,
and Theo. W. Bishop, worthy ma
tron and worthy patron of Beu
lah Chapter. Pasco.
2 aura 0 year old aches, wonderful location with view
sud pdgd at 31230500440090 down and low monthly
aymen . . ' -
- ACREAGE
1 acre tract with “fixation and domestic water furnished
3900“} Close in.
8 bedroom homo on 7 Clark 7 Stréet with basement, good
business location. Combine your business. and living.
Priced at $10,500.00, terms. ' ’ ‘
.Modern Home
81000.00 down will buy you a 2-bedroom home with a
(limit), roan, and all the rooms are extra large. A dandy
loca on, also has a garage.
PASCO OFFICE .
914 W. Lewis ‘ Phone 6453
Evening: and éiffiéiygww " A u' ,_
4m - 3575 ' 4568
You EUW'e H +0 Yourself
To See Them Today! -
Two Bedroom Home: ranglng in price from $6550., *0 $6675. plus SJ. and F. H. A‘.
- Loan wcosfs. Builf according +0 F.H.A. approved plans and specificafions. Sales infor
mation af Hl9 Visfa No. 2 Model Home a’r 2210 W. 4“: Ave.. Kennewick. evenings and
weekend—or a} Fyfa and Spaulding's Dowm‘own Office during fhe week.
FYFE & SPAULDING, we.
WONDERFUL LOCATION
Home and Business Locafion
G. L's
Only $75.00 Down
To cover par? of applicafion cl'iarge
$46.70 Monihly Payments
Total Cost $6550.
Plus GJ. and F.H.A. Finance Charges
Other introductions included
Miss "Corky" Beltz, worthy ad
visor of the Kennewick Rainbow
Assembly and Lynn Tinsman,
worthy patron of Alma Chapter
No. 100. O. E. S.
Miss Vonnie Melby was init
iated into Pasco Assembly dur
ing the business hour.
The Grand Cross of Colors was
conferred upon Miss Mardelle
Stowe and Mrs. A. W. Church
man for outstanding Rainbow
work with the following Rain
bow girls assisting Miss Softky
in the impressive candlelight
ceremeny: Jean Whitemarsh,
Donna Rombaugh, Carol Radel
miller, Joan Hartman, Barbara
Wilkins. Marie Craig and Vir
ginia Sherman. Further empha
sizing the circus idea, a small
clown doll with a gift of money
scotch-taped to his outstretched
hands was the gift from the lo
cal assembly to their grand as
sembly visitor following her in
structive and thoughtful talk.
5 The presentation was made
‘through an addendum in which
the girls wore colorful clown
lhats and carried balloons of
‘rainbow hues, which were also
given to the grand worthy ad
-1 SOY. .
Refreshments were served lat
er in the evening to 70 with
Mrs. Charles W. Smith, Mrs.
Thomas W. Bishop and Mrs. A.
W. Churchman serving for the
Rainbow board members.
Miss Softky and her mother
were overnight guests of Mr.
and Mrs. “Karl Erimn and they
left Sunday for Filer. Idaho. for
an official visit there Monday
evening. Miss Sottky is a. senior
at the University of Washington.
Fred Egan's victory with Miss
Tilly in the Hambletonian was
his second. The 69-year-old driv
er scored with Spencer Scott in
1940.
North Caroliza State will play
15 home bask tball games next
season in the new William Neil
Reynolds Coliseum at Raleigh,
N. C. It seats 12,000 persons.
EVERYBODY _
I. '5 Talking Abou’r .
; The Visia
' Economy ' - '
Homes I
Former Kennewick qul
floured In her wedding gown o! pink satin ls Mrs. Robert E.
oCaw. the former Verdella Mueller. daughter of Mrs. l. N.
Mueller o! Kennewick. She was married in Seattle Sept. 18.
(Photo by D. x. Randal.)
Married In Seattle
A Seattle wedding of, interest
here was that which took place
Sept. 18 in the First Methodist
church uniting Miss Verdella
Mueller, daughter of Mrs. I. N.
Mueller of Kennewick, with RO
- E. McCaw. The Rev. W. H. H.
Forsyth, former Walla Walla
district superintendent, perform
ed the double ring ceremony.
The bride, given in marriage
by her brother, Amon Mueller.
was attired in pink satin with a
nylon net yoke and her finger
tip. length veil of pink caught to
a braided satin wreath match
ing her gown. She carried a
white Bible topped with an or
chid in a shower of ribbon.
Mrs. Diantha Randal of Kenne
wick was matron of honor wear
ing a gown of turquoise blue
moire taffeta and carrying a
nosegay of pink and white asters
centered with a rosebud.
Donald McCaw of Aberdeen.
was his brother’s best man and
Holgar West and Don Young.
ushered. ' _ —.. _ _
Mifiévééremony was followed by
a reception. '
The new Mrs. McCaw attended
NON-VETS
Only 5500 +0 $775 Down
Monfhly Paymenfs ‘
As Low as $43.00
the last nine years has been em
ployed in Seattle. Her husband is
a graduate of the University of
Southern California and at the
present time is president of radio
station KYAK, Yakima, and
KXRN, Renton.
Architects File
To Collect Fees
Two Spokane architects are
suing Isabel Apartments, Inc.,
Pasco, for $1,600 they claim is
due them for professional ser
vices.
The architects, Victor R. Wulff
and Ralph J. Bishop, complain
that they were paid only SBOO of
an agreed $2400 fee. The com
plaint said that the architects
were hired to draw plans April
1, 1947.
'They ask judgment of $1,600,
plus interest.
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Smith left
Tuesday by motor for a wgek’s
vacation in Montana. .
sum BY' ‘
MODERN HOME
3 QBUILDERS. INC.
3 ‘ Available for
Immediaie
Occupancy
Fall Program
Mapped By
Pasco Lions
The Pasco Lions club is pian
ning a number of activities for
the fall and winter months.
Regular meeting time of the
club is each Wednesday at 7 p.
m.
One activity of continuing in
terest will be the series of west
ern style dances proposed for the
new labor hall every two weeks,
beginning Saturday, Oct. 1.
This activity will be of general
interest to both experienced and
inexperienced since it is plan
ned to give enough instruction _to
enable anyone to participate.
This type of entertainment is
really taking hold in California.
on the coast and in Spokane. Gil
Cooley is chairman of the Dance
committee.
A Bingo game is planned for
some time in October, by a
committee of which Ike Mirus is
chairman. A Thanksgiving tur
key shoot is planned by Carl
Casey’s committee.
Vic Bokala and his committee,
are working on details of a
“Country Store" program for the
near future.
Chortie' Davis’s committee is
investigating possibilities of a
ruymage -QumP‘E- . ..
Entry of local boys in the na.
tional Soap Box Derby contest is
being investigated by a commit
tee under Lyle Stongh.
Lyle is looking for a hill. Any
one knowing of a good one
please report.
Ike Minis on a second commit
tee has investigated and is
working with the park depart
ment on projects for park im
provement.
John Ellis and his committee
are investigating possibilities of
entries into a barbershop quar
tet contest.
The need for ceiling projectors
for bedridden patients, and the
assistance to “Bouyville”, a boys
farm near Naches, are receiving
attention of Doc Harold Olsen
and his committee.
All net funds received from
fund raising projects, will be
used to assist in financing the
projects requiring cash outlay as
well as to make further pay
ments on the Lions club pledge
to the Lady of Lourdes hospital
building fund.
George Metkovich, White Sox
outfielder, made three errors in
one inning while playing first
base for the Red Sox in 1945.
National League umpire Lon
Warnelse won 22 games pitching
for the Chicago Cubs in 1932 and
again in 1934. He won 20 for the
Cubs in 1935.
PROFESSION“. AND SERVICE DIRECTORY
_ ‘ PASCO AND KENNEWICK -‘
ABSTRACTS
BENTOR com
ans'rnac'r & 1111.: cc.
216 Kenn. Ave. . Phone 6161-
AMBULANCE SERVICE
MUELLER
FUNERAL HOME
DAY OR NIGHT PHQNE
2201 or 2401
314 First Avenue
‘ ACCOUNTANTS
SD M. PETRASK
Licensed Public Accountant
Bookkeeping—lncome Tax
Richmond Bldg.
Phone 4401 - Kennewick
ATTORNEYS
MOUL'I‘ON. POWELL
and 6558
Office in Owen’s Bldg.
300 W. Kenn. Ave.
Phone 761
HUGH 3. HORTON
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
303 Kennewick Avenue
Phone 8721
Futter, Merrick
and Merrick
Attorneys At Law
112 So. «I: St. ,
Pasco. Wash. Ph. Pasco 3371
RUSSEL R. RIDEN OUR
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
106 N. sth St.
Phone Pasco 4601
Telephone 5519
Edwin L. Dunnavan
Attorney At Law
Title 8: Trust Building
Pasco. Washington
Your National Guard
Annual Inspecfion
Hailed As Success
3? NATIONAL GUARDSMEN
There was much back slap
ping and hand shaking among
the ranks of the 'l‘ri-City Nation
al Guardsman due to the out
ciome of the annual Tech Inspec
t on.
Every man is to congratulat
ed and commended on efforts
put forth to make it the success
that it was. The only rating that
can be given by an Inspector is
satisfactory and unsatisfactory
but the inspecting officers said
he was sorry that he could give
the units a mere satisfactory
when they deserved a much
higher rating. -
There was little time lost in
starting to prepare for the com
ing Inspector General inspection
Oct. 19 and 20, although the
ex-servicemen had to take a few
minutes to reminisce their army
inspections. “I remember the
time . . . " was heard often
throughout the armory.
Battery D, the Kennewick un
it, had the following enlistees
the past week: Philip R. Stroh,
George Small, Wilbur D. Shultz.
This is Shultz’ second enlist
ment in the Guard and we are
glad to have him back. We ex
tend our usual welcome to the
two new men. * u _ __
Lt. Paul B. Davidson is the
latest officer addition to our
post. Lt. Davidson was in the
368 Bn. 98 Div. as a field artil
leryman. The post extends you
a very hardy welcome, Sir. Don’t
any of his friends ask him what
the B stands for.
NATION-WIDE DRIVE 7
During the next 90 days the
National Guard is sponsoring a
nation-wide recruiting drive. We
have the help of the radio sta
tions, newspapers and the men
who are in the Guard, but we
would like the help of each citi
zen in the Tri-City _area. _
_"S-o;xie"6f §oh imight remember
how the NG was equipped be-
JAY ROBINSON
and
HARRY ROBERTS
Licensed Wash. and Dre.
Assoc. Member American
Institute of Architects
Ph. 6672, Pasco, 115 So. sth
All Kinds Flying Instruction
Seaplane Instruction
Charter Service
Gasoline and Repairs \
On Nob Hill Phone 5531
Kennewick
MAUNA
BEAUTY SHOP
107 Avenue C
Kennewick Phone 4906
Pasco
Wés+ing.house
Sale; and Service
ELECTRICAL
courucrme
HOME APPLIANCE
ca.
322 Kennewick Ave.
ATTORNEYS
JAMES LEA“
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
P. 0. Box 673. Pasco, Wn.
Phones:
Office 3632 - Home 4082
KEN E. 888131! ‘
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
16 Kennewick Ave. East
Columbia Bldg.
Office 2971 Res. 2957
ARCHITECTS
AIR SERVICE
TWIN CITY AIRPORT
AUTOMOTIVE
GRAVES
AUTO SERVICE
Guaranteed Service
on All Cars 8: Trucks
15 N. Auburn Phone 1001
BEAUTY SHOPS
Evening Work By
Appointment Only
CAFES
DODD’S CAFE
Specializing In
Home-Cooked Food
Hours 6 a.m. to 10 p.m.
205 West Lewis St., Pasco
CHIROPODIS‘I’
DR. P. W. BECKER
SURGICAL CHIROPODY
, FOOT OR'I‘HOPEDICS
Evenings by Appointments
Closed Mondays
112 S. 4th St. PASCO
Phone 6642
fore the last war. They took the
hand~me-downs of the regular
army. They drilled with wooden
guns. Their shoes were really
something. Sometimes a recruit
could get mates but that wasn’t
the rule. That however is not so
today.
The Guards have up to date
equipment both in clothing and
weapons. It's a place that a
young man can get valuable
training at home, further his
education. meet other young
men of his community and earn
his spending money. Above all
its a good, clean, organization. .
The Guard is open to men
from the ages of 17 to 35 with no
military training but the age
Finesl- Food for Every Appeiife
‘5 comm-r: MENU
BREAKFAST LUNCH
DINNER
PLEASANT SURROUNDINGS
FAST SERVICE
OPEN 5:30 a.m.—2 a.m.
SUSIENE'S RESTAUREN'T
412 West Lewis _ rasco
Stepped into Smith's Depart
ment Store the other noon and saw
the strangest thing. “Sis” Davis
was eomingupthestalrsfromths
basement with a bundle of wash.
‘ “In Smitty taking in washing
these days?" I asked. “N of. quite,”
she says. “He’s just put in a new
automatic washing machine, so
the girls who work here can get
their laundry done while they’re
eating lunch. Means more time to
relax at night and on weekends."
I thought ‘what a well has:
Smitty must be. Human relations
between the boss and employees
. WASHATERIA
HELP Younsnu’ LAUNDRY
COLUMBIA WASHATERIA
HOURS: 9 a.m. to 8 p.m.
‘ Monday thru Friday
(Across from S & J Motor)
Phone.l94l
SPIC ’N’ SPAN
PASCO
CLEANERS _
COLD STORAGE LOCKER!)
ELLIO'IT'S MEAT MARKET
Lockers for Rent‘
Retail Wholesale -
Phone 4181 202 W. Igwis
Pasm
Engineers
LAND SURVEYING
' , LOUIS A. "EFF
CIVIL ENGINEER
Reg. Land Surveyor
1827 W. Hoikins Phasco. Wu;
P one 4302
FARM SERVICE
E. S. 'IOBNSTON
GRAIN DEALER
Telephone 3324 Pasco
505 West Lewis
GARBAGE
Pasco Garbage Semce
Phone 4452
Rubbish. Dirt Removed from
yards and buildings on short
notice
1513 8. Gray Pasco
LUMBER
Madlson Lumber & Mlll
BUILDING MATERIALS
COAL & WOOD
PRES-TO-LOGS
LIME - PLASTER - CEMENT
WE DELIVER
Dial 5371
MOVING -- STORAGE
RICRLAND TRANSFER
Local and Statewide Moving
Fireproof Storage
Agent North Ame‘rican
Van Lines .
Phone 942 11 E. Kenn. Ave.
Fromwhrggfsnlfcloe Mdrslix
" A Big Boost For Smitty! '
Copyright. 1949. United State: Brewer: Foundation
Pasco
7
Sept 30. 1949
limit is higher for exservice men.
There is openings for officers
also. Although the QM or CAC
isn't an officer branch of ser
vice a waiver can be granted in
get you in at your old rank.
If any one of you are iniercsi
ed call 4561 Pasco. or come in :51"
Armory at the end of Ainswortti
Ave. at any time.
DR. S. S. SELBY 3
OPTOMETRIST
318 Kenn. Ave. Phone 4571
Kennewick. Wash.
Visual Analysis. Contact
Lenses, Laboratory Service.
Hours: 9 to 5 daily except
Sunday. Wednesday: 9 to
12:30. 'mesday & Thursday
Evenings by Appointment.
have certainly taken a his lap
forwand' during my lifetme.‘
From where I sit. people lean
iobodoingebetberjobofoeeing
our neighbor’a vimoint these
days. Though his ideas and testes
mynotbeommcanunder
atond his preference for a certain
hreokiaot cereal. a Imm movie
star, or for a temperate gloss
of beer or ale. That’a the way it
should be in a. free country.
OPTOMETRIS‘I'
DR. CLARK bum
omm
Eyes Examined
Lenses Duplicated
9 So. Dayton , Kennewick
. Phéne‘fizu 7 ,
RADIO SERVICE
nu: 80088 O!" SERVICE
Exceptional Radio Repair 011‘
‘Hometand Auto Radios ..
Authorized RCA-Victor Dealer
Phone 6251 119 First Ave.
REAL ESTATE '
C- &, CRAWEDBD
Kenhesiliék " “3“:ui’3hone 701
Licensed Real. Estate
Broker _
1% First Ave. East
REFRIGERATION SERVICE
INTERSTATE
REFRIGERATION
320 Ave. C East
Phone 2996
SEWING MACHINES
New PM.
$94.50 and uh '
RENTALS REPAIRS
, ALL MAKES
, mums -
Phone: Kenn. 605-)!
5505 001. Ave. Kennewick
SOFT WATER SERVICE
CULIJGAN
SOP! WATER SERVICE
No equipment to buy
No maintenance
6905C01. Ave. Kennewick. Wn.
Phone Kenn 8942 or
- Richland 1749 K
TITLE INSURANCE
WASKINGTON TITLE
INSURANCE CO.
216 Kenn. Ave. Phone 6161
WELL DRILLING
Eat! A. Smith, Ph. 4983 Pasco
Floyd A. Haden. Ph. 4904,
Pasco
SMITH G HIDE"
DRILLING CO.
Water Wells and Test Holes
Free Estimates
We Go Anywhere
Rt. 1. Pasco. Wash.
4W
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