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The Kennewick courier-reporter and the White Bluffs spokesman. [volume] (Kennewick, Wash.) 1938-1939, August 11, 1938, Image 5

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In, ad Mrs. Wilmot Gravens
”a mi tunily have returned from
.mweekl’ vacation spent visiting
mmvemlund’s parents at Wood
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put! and 14 ounces.
in W. J. Skinner. Mrs. Glenn
m lira-Hendricks, Mrs. R. E.
fill end Ills Florence Oliver left
my morning for a. week’s outing
CHEM W, where they have
m e cabin.
It. and Mrs. Lee Beard of Fort
woe, Indiana stopped here Fri
tumult lriends. Mr. Beard is a
m We]: resident and is
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ttt o! the Business and Profes-
Iml Women's club, which was held
hulls Walla. Btmday. The Walla
:D II! host for the district meet-
Kenneth Staley and Harvey Keene
H Human: about their thous-
Ilnlle bike trlp at the regular
Neon Tuesday noon. They plan
bathe another trip on their wheels
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Large Post Tpasties, 2 balloons free,-2 pkg. 19c
GRAPE NUTS, package 16¢"
GRAPENUT FLAKES, 2 packages . 19c
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Seaport VANILLA, 4 ounce 23c
Post 40% Bran Flakes, 2 packages 21c
POST HUSKIES, 2 packages _ 23c
IGA COCOA, pound can 12c
'. Blue ‘G’ COFFEE, pound . . 21c I
IGA Large CAKE FLOUR, package .-.--...-.23c
FA Ffuit Cocktail, No. 1, 2 cans 29c
GA Ripe ’n Ragged Peaches, No. 21/2 can....21c
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IGA Fancy Whole Beets, 2 No. 2 cans .........-..29c
GA All Green Asparagus, No. 2 can .25.... c
IIGA MILK, tall, 3 cans for . 19c I
EA Baking Powder, pound can 19c
IGA Stuffed Queen Olives, 31/, ounce jar ....15c
IGA Pure Preserves, Assorted, 2-lb. jar ....'....37c
S A Fancy Dill Pickles, quart jar 25c
Ginshlfle Grahams, 2-lb. package 29c
Isze A” Brooms—a good 4—tie, each ...-.....49c
1G A Dawn Tissues, 3 rolls 17c
Whi t£:‘\ll.Purpose Flour, 24-pound bag ........79c ‘
2W King Granulated, 24-oz. pkg. .........-.....22c
MM“? Team Borax, 2-lb. package .-......-.......29c
20-Mule Team Boraxo, 2 cans 29c
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I ’ FREE DELIVERY Just Phone 2-5-1
Homer Siegfried of Portland was a.
Keepewyzy vim: Tuesday- _
‘ Miss Ella Neuman is Home from
Spgkane 191', an iextended visit, , ,
The Richland Townsend club is
giving a benefit dance in the Vale
grange hall Friday, August 12.
Wayne Britton and Kenneth
Giard left Sunday for a week’s vaca
tion along the Olympic peninsula.
Gene Whittemore returned Bun
day evening from a three-weeks vis
it with relatives in Bandpoint, Ida.
Employees and their families of
the Church Grape Juice company
are planning a week-end trip to
Sunrise park. ‘
Miss Marie Spiegelberg, who has
been visiting at Wapato for the past
month is now a house guest at the
Fred Mills home.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Andrews of
Minneapolis. Kansas left Thursday
for Central Point, Oregon after
spending three weeks visiting rela
tives here.
Mr. and Mrs. Bentley Galllgan and
son are leaving tomorrow for Cald
well, Idaho where they wlll spend
a two weeks’ vacation.
Miss Helen Kathman of Seattle is
making an extended visit at the
home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Henry Kathman.
Miss Gertrude Nicholaus under
went a tonsilectomy at the Pasco
hospital Monday morning. Miss
Jean Mitchell is taking her place at
the irrigation office.
Mrs. David Jolly of Seattle, Mrs.
Addie Reed and son Woodrow, of
Redmond, and Miss Margaret Alli
son of Florida. who is spending her
vacation in the West, were week
end guests at the home of Mrs.
Harriet Allison.
Mr. and Mrs. Manley Gest and
Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Ferrell were
Sunnyside visitors Sunday. They
visited at the home of Mrs. Ruth
Gest. Philip Gest returned home
with them for an extended visit at
the home of his brother here.
Miss Geraldine Gronitz, accom
panied by the Misses Rose Durken
and Margaret Neus were ov~rnight
guests at the home of Mrs Larry
Oliver. The three ladies were en
route to their home at Minneapolis.
after attending summer school at the
University of California. Miss Grou
itz is a. cousin of Mrs. Oliver.
Mrs. G. 0. Sutton and son Donald
of Morton, Minnesota. were week
end visitors at the home of her
niece, Mrs. Joe Stradling. They
stopped here Aonjheir return trig
froiri Portland. They acoompanieil
the Stradlings to Presser Sunday,
where jtheg enjoyed} faquly reunf
ion and wiil refila'ln there for]: short
Visit. 1 . -
Among the Kiwanis members and
their wives enjoying a motor boat
ride in JohnNeuman’s boat Sunday
were-Mr. tincture; John Vibberg Mr;
and Mrs. H. R. ' Vibber, Rev. Carl
chky' H._ 9. mega. gim'd M_r_s. g.
Maupin, Mr. and Mrs. Amon Muel
. ler and Mr. and Mrs. V. R. Wilder.
ISeveral of the party witnessed the
‘amusmg sight of n. G. Fyfe riding
the surf board. .
“Highlands Highlightsfl
Prestons Visit 1
FormeLlEesidents ;
meANDs—Mr. and Mrs. W3l4]
lace Preston and boys and was:
Trulo Selph motored to Spregue 1
Lake resort Sunday and visited at.
the 8111 Moore Cabin. Moores are n
former Kennewick residents, who 1
recently moved from Walla Walla,
to Sprague, but who has this week ‘
been transferred to' Coeur d’Alene,
Idaho. where he is connected with 1
Skaggs store. 1
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Morrison enter
tained with a birthday dinner at
their home Wednesday evening, in
honor 'of Cloyd Parker of Finley.
Covers were laid for eight.
A nice number of girls attended
the 4-H club meeting Tuesday at
the home of their leader, Mrs. R.
W. Woods. The Problem of “Judg
ing Entries at Prosser, States Day,
was discussed.
Miss Margaret Kelso is able to be
out again, after being confined to
her bed several weeks with severe
burns, due to scalding.
Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Davis were
Richland visitors Sunday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Tinsley and
son of Yakima, Gilbert Tinsley of
Weiser, Idaho, Mrs. Allington and
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Tinsley and
daughter, Carol of Pasco, were call
ers at the F. L. Davis home Sunday
Miss Viola Foraker, who has been
quite ill at the home of her. par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Foraker.
is improving at this writing, but is
still confined to her bed.
‘ Mr. and Mrs. Lane K. Larson were
‘Friday visitors in Sunnyside. .
1~ Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Dorothy of
Sunnyside were Kennewick visitors
Tre J. H. Bordwell family have
moved from East Kennewick to Ave.
D this week. .
Mrs. C. E. Ward left Monday for
Tacoma, where she will visit with
relatives. ,
Mrs. Roy Gibbon of Opportunity
was a Sunday visitor with Mrs. Ar
thur Campbell. .
Mrs. Glenna Nelson and Shirley
Ann were dinner guests of Mr. and.
Mrs. Lon Masher Sunday. 1
Mr. and Mrs P. A. Visger and‘
“Mr. and Mrs. Don nger and
Frank drove to Pendleton Sunday.
Jerry Campbell returned home onl
Wednesday from Seattle, where hel
has been undergoing medical care. 1
Rev. and Mrs. Carl Lucky and
family left yesterday for Ocean Park
where they will spend a two week’s
vacation. . ’7 -
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Anderson out.
Conneli and Mr. and Mrs. Larry Oli:
321' were Walla Walla visitors'l‘ues
Mrs. Yvonne Ponsat of White
Bluffs is visiting this week at the
ragga of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Camp-
Mrs. Frank Mills returned with
her son Francis today from Yakima.
pasttenciays. _ _____ _
Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Button and
Arthur returned Sunday night att
er spending two weeks’ vacation on
the coast.
Mrs. Henry Kathman entertain
ed the ladies’ aid of the Bethlehem
Lutheran church at her home On
R. J. Rakestraw 01 South Dakota
arrived Sunday to make an extend
ed visit at the home of his niece,
Mrs. E. A. Silliman.
Mrs. C. S. Beightol and daughter,
Miss Ruth of Walla Walla, are visits
ing at the John Wooden and Laura
Amon homes this week.
Miss Alma Lenz spent Tuesday
and Wednesday in Walla Walla,
where she purchased drapes ‘and
curtains for the J. C. Penney store.
The new materials will arrive about
September 1.
Mr. and Mrs. I. N. Mueller ac
companied Mr. and Mrs. A. c. Amon
to Walla Walla Sunday where they
spent the day visiting at the C. H.
Downing home.
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Hulet and
-family drove to Athena. Sunday and
brought back Willis Taylor, who has
been attending a young peoples
camp meeting there.
Mrs. Ada Green and sons. Harris
and Spencer, of Puyallup were week
end visitors at the Frank Green
home. Jim Green accompanied
them home for a week’s visit.
Mrs. Peggy Jauernig of Panama,
South America is making an ex
tended visit here at the home of
her father. Her husband who is
with the aerial photography depart
ment will join her here later.
Miss Cora Thurston spent last
week-end visiting her sister, Mrs.
Melvin Moore at Benton City. Mrs.
Moore visited the first part of the
week at the home of her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Thurston.
A group of neighbors of Henry
Kathman surprised him Sunday.
July 31 and helped him celebrate his
88th birthday. Those calling at the
Kathman home during the after
noon were Mr. and Mrs. George
Hodgson, Mrs. E. F. Reese and Mr.
i and Mrs. R. Lena.
* Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Caldwell
were pleasantly surprised Saturday
when relatives from Texas and Cal
ifornia arrived for a visit, some ofl
whom they had not seen for morei
than 30 years. Those present were.
nieces of the host and hostess, Mrs.|
Annie Wilson, Mrs. Carrie Walling
ford of Amarillo, Texas; Mr. and
Mrs. Will McClean of Etivanda. Cal
ifornia and Mrs. Charlie Jones of
Yakima. '
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Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Gregg and
son Mendel. left Friday for Yeld
me. where Mn. Grass end Mendel
Birds“! home. Mr. Greg returned
home Saturday.
Hugh O'Neil arrived Monday and
is a guest at the H. w.-wltheu
Mr. mam Harry Higley and
Mrs. Fred Ingley arrived home last
Wednesday evening from a trip to
Coulee Dam.
The Highland Needle Club will
meet for a one o’clock potluck din
ner in the city park next Tuesday
with Mrs. c. 3. Meyer as hostess.
Walla visitor Mogday. - _
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Slaybaugh 0!
Rover were Sunday dinner guests
of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Meyer.
Mr. and Mrs. V. O. Humphrles
and family and Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Schuneman of Pasoo were Sunday
afternoon callers at the C. H. Meyer
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Rldley of
Cheyenne, Wy. will arrive Saturday
to visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
11.-E. Reymore and family.
Miss Nagley and Don, who have
been visiting at the home or Miss
Nagley’s brother, Glen Nagley and
family, left Wednesday for Yaki
ma to visit a few days before leav
inf for their home in Wenatchee.
Miss Maude Lampson has return
ed to her home in Mabton after
spending last week visiting rela
tives here.
Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Hampton, ac
companied by Mr. and Mrs. Jim
Davis and Mrs. Davis’ mother of
California, are Walla Walla visitors
today ('l’hursday.) 7
Hog"!- lggy Write Column
New York City—A rumor persists
in newspaper circles, but thus far
without definite affirmation, that
former President Hoover will this
Autumn begin writing a daily news
paper column ,to be distributed thru
one of the large syndicates. His
Republican predecessors, Calvin
Coolidge, contributed 200 words daily
to a list of papers after his retire
ment from the White House and
is reputed to have made a fortune
"_ . We!” Expelled
Detroit, Michigan—Three of the
four suspended international vice
presidents of the finned Automobile
Workers of Amenga ,were expelled
from this CIQ unmior Communis
tic activities: The Qfiflh drew"!
three-months '% j . 'All of
them were active “in m and
bloodshed which halted operations
in the automobile industry 'at the
outset of the recovery 011937. a
series of outlaw strikes which'preci
tated the recession which began in
the summer or that year and only
now shows signs of abatinc. 1
London, England Although no
government _ statement has been
Irortheomlng, l‘ntimatlons come from
semi-official sources that the Brit
lshCablnet commiteeentmsted with
the settlement of billions in ivar
debts to the Unlted States ls pre
pared to consider “constructive pro
posals." It is heme: thatthe first
step toward any mm of these
debts and ‘one that might be follow
ed by France, would be the elimina
tion of all questions of interest on
thepartottheU.B.Treasm-y. I
I‘o9 Late to Classify
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FOR SALE Good, modern reel
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kitchen, 3 bed rom. Nice shade and
lawn, lot 100x150, located on South
Washington Street, Kennewick. Will
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Churchman Investment 00., phone
70, Pasco. 19c
FOR SALE—New Perfection 3-bur
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good condition. Mrs. C. E. Lum. 19c
LOST—This afternoon, between
Kennewick and Benton City. a,
10-hole Budd truck wheel and 9001
tire. Finder please notify lampsoni
Brothers. Reward. 19c,
WANTED—An oid pedal organ.
Must be cheap. Inquire this ox.
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WAN'l'ED—stenomphlns or any
kind of office work. Business
school training. Martha Watkins,
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FOR SALE—One Gravely one-wheel
tractor: one Vaughan tractor; one
Far-mall tractor: 2-way plow, culti
vator and other equipment and 4.
wheel trailer. Home Nursery, Rich
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FOR SALE—New Remington port
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Former Kennewick
Man Weds Sunday
Miss Betty Cooper. daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. J. 8. Cooper of Chew
elah became the bride Sunday of
Paul L. Engbretson, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Peter Engbretson 0: Quincy.
The ceremony took place at the
First Congregational church at
Chewelah with the Rev. Charles P.
Milne of PuHman reading the vows.
The bride had as her maid of! hon
or. Miss Alysjune Dunning o Spo
kane and the groom was attended
by Curtis Roberts of Spokane.
Following the ceremony the young
couple left for a honeymoon, after
which they will make their home in
Mr. Engbretsonis now the Frank
lin county administrator for the
state department of social security
at Pasco and was in similar work
previouva in Kennewick. He receiv
at Washington State College. receiv
ing his master’s degree in 1936.
This romance began while both
were students at WBll, the bride
having graduated with a B. A. de
gree last June. Mrs. 811ng is
national president of the Students'
Young Women’s Christian associa
tion and also served as president of
Kappa Alpha Theta. while Mr. Eng
bretson is a member of Phi Sigma
The Kennewlck guests attending
the wedding were Miss Verna Mich
aelson and Floyd Hummus.
Vandines Return
From Long Trip
to Yellowstone
RICHLAND—Mr. and Mrs. Bush
Vandine, Evalyn. Elg'le and Orble.
who have been spending a month's
vacation in Yellowstone National
Park and Oklahoma, returned to
Richland Saturday.
M. N. Vandine, wife and daugh
ter of Elk City. Oklahoma returned
home of Vandlne's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. A. 1... Vandlne.
Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Dlghton and
Ben Dlghton left Monday for Bon
ners Fury. Idaho. where Mr. Dish
ton will look anal-his wheat har
vest. _
; Mrs. Marvin Sheen and son re
turned to Richland Saturday, after
having spent two weeks visiting at
‘the home of her mother. Mrs. Rich
;ards in Spokane. _
whichshe was cutting. fly and strike
her'intheeye. Shewastakento
Kennewick for medical aid.
Lewella Heath of Naches is visit-‘
ola. Crammer. ‘
Mr. and Mrs. Vic Nelson left Bun
dny mornng for two weeks’ vacation‘
at Le Basile. Vancouver and Vic-J
toria. 8.0. ' .
Mr. and Hrs. Glen 11ch and
no. and Mrs. [amen )Ich re
turned Wednesday from a visit in
{.913 ngtply_ of 3093:, Idaho is
visiting at, the' home of tie: 55am“.
! .Mr. "and Mrs. Elmer Armstrong
and grandson Donald Anthony vis
ited last week end in Walla Walla
and Waitsburg.
Mrs; Ruth Carmichael. who has
been visiting her brother in Spo
kane, returned to her home Monday.
Richland farmers are busy this
week getting their mint stills in
working order for this year's mint
crop, which they expect to begin
harvesting the first of next week.
Rev. and Mrs. Daniels were. visit
ors in Walla Walla Wednesday.
Mrs. P. L. Watson and her grand
daughter Kathleen Muncey were
Kennewick visitors Mondaivl.”
Elizabeth Grass. who been
visiting at the home of Bertha
Schuster in White Bluffs for the
figst two weeks, returned to her‘
Jean mm at Kelso visited Tues
day at the home of Kathleen Mun
Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Avery of
Pasoo were visitors in Richland oni
ness visitor in Richland Monday.
Mrs. 'l'. A. Meredith and daughter
Velma. left Monday for California. to
spend a month visiting friends and.
relatives. '
Mis Wanda User of Chicago is!
visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ford Button
for a few days. _ l
' Mrs.W.O.CarterdrovetoWallai
{Walla for Mr. Carter Tuesday. Mr.
Carterhasbeenlllanalla Walla
tollbwlns an accident about two
monthsagolanchland. Linear-9
ter states? ls much Improved. .
J. N. vies, mint oil buyer for
fewdaysthhweek. ;;
home.honorlngllrs.comstoek. l
Avo Wetheral spent the week-end
Wetherall had been vlsltlng in
way back to her home in Walla
Walla. 3
daughters returned to Richlend
§Monday evening. Mrs. Sloan and
Idaughters have spent the summer
vistlngln'rroy,Montana. I
itlng her parents, returned to Yak
ima Monday.
The famlly dinner held in the
basement of the Methodist church
Walla Sunday after hevlng spent
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the week visiting at the home of
Mrs. Oldrlch‘e pu'ente. Mr. and
Mrs. c. 8. Wethenu.
Mrs. Ruth Carmichael returned
Monday mom a month's visit at the
home of her Mother in Spokane.
Mary Weldle of Paco u spending
the week-end at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Bax-lon Batten.
m Luau-m mind My
hank Cepehnrt is building on on
addition to his home this week.
Mr. and Mn. Hal-lon Bun-gen ere
moving this week to the new house
Just completed by Brunei-d flimsy.
Mrs. Kellie Evens and her daugh
ter. Mn’Arneii and husband end
and! eon of California. visited this
week at the home of Mrs. Evan‘s
brother. 'l'. J. Clinics-nit.
Mrs. Knui'men of Seattle is visit
ing her mother. Mrs. N. P. Bonneii.
Kathe Weidle is spending the
week-end etthehomeoi’MeryJene
Louise Griffith we! Bill Williams
01' Fort Geome Wright spent the
Griffith home.
Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Kinney enter
tained Mr. and Mrs. Alvin George
at dinner Tuesday evening, the oc
casion being Alvin‘s birthday.
Mr. and Mrs. Roll and son Billie
of Portland visited Tuesday and
Wednesday at the l". B. Lewis home.
Mrs. Rollisadwshberoinr.and
Mrs. E. Pinkie.
The Lutheran Ladle: Aid will
hold a special meeting in the church
Tuesday,. August 16.
Mr. and Mrs. Earle Jones were
dinner guests at the C. H. Yedica
home in Kennewiek Tuesday eve-
Wilma Luemi'f. who is working at
the Pasoo hospital spent Sunday
visiting her parents.
Alverda Rayhiil. who is in train
iting her parents.
The Social Hour Club met Wed
nesday afternoon oi: the home or
Mrs. J. E. Mowery with Mrs. H.
Brooks and Mrs. Button assisting.
W. E Larson and daughter. Faye
Guthrie or Long Beach. Cautornia
spent the week-end visiting Mr. and
Mrs. J. Thompson.
Mrs. Tom Kerr is visiting her
daughter whojives in Yakima.
Hem-y Thornton and his brother
and wife who are visiting him from
nlinois spent Tuadoy visiting at the
Coulee Dam.
Francis Schireman om! wife and
two' children of Calvine were week
end guests at the home or Schire
man’s sister, urn. Jesse Love.
Mrs. George Galley spent Tues
day in Paco visiting at the home of
her sister In. Anderson. ,-
Mr. and Mrs. Antone Nor-ling were
visitors ingt week in Seattle. 3
Mr. and Mrs. George Dolley and
faulty of Rim. 0. 1... Dolley-and
family of Council. N. 0. Lloyd and
family of Eltopia and the D. 1.. Mel
rose family of Oklahoma pienleked
Sunday in the Sacajawea park.
'l'. Ft. Collins returned Monday
from a short business trip to Spo
kane. Leo Perkins returned the
first of the week from Friday Har
serious illness of his mother. Mr.
and Mrs. 'l‘. 0. Elliott of Milton,
Oregon spent Sunday visiting at
Rev. and mu. m ‘ ‘ {gig—m"? sun
day afternoon visiting friends in
Rover. 0
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hal-bung and
Melva, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Cope
land, Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Copeland,
Mr. and Mrs. H. Jameson and Mn.
Robert Chalcmtt. Mr. and Mrs. c.
Barnett and funny. Austin Murray.
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Richlond people who attended the
W's picnic in Bunnyside an
c. D. Budweeke of the School Sup
ply Outfitting 00.. Spokane is in
Richlnnd this week refinishing the
dub for the grade school building
which is netting completion.
In. L. Stunt and daughter.
Donal and Earl “calendon. visited
end In. Denied. Avery in Paco.
Kathleen lunacy and Bud Kirk
were dinner m Ilondey evening
at the c. A. Kinney home.
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