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The Kennewick courier-reporter and the White Bluffs spokesman. [volume] (Kennewick, Wash.) 1938-1939, August 11, 1938, Image 8

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that piece 01: Furniture you have
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AUGUST SPECIALS
Compare them with prices and quality anywhere.
Faetory price tagged $24.56.w We are selling them While they
‘lastforonly . . . . . . . . . . . $19.7_5
polonial DAVENPORT and CHAIR in Walnut figish
Regular $79.50 Special, . . . . $59.56
DEEP'COIL SPRINGS made in the West-u: -
Specialappy, . . . . , . . . . $6.95
Rust’Colored, Cotton Frieze covered DAVEN
PORT and CHAIRe-Reg. $59.50. Special $49.50
SWING CHAIR Reg- $49.00 Special . . $35.50
CLUB CHAIR Reg. $37.50 Special . . $27.50
Occasional CHAIR Reg. $12.50 Special .i . $ 9.50
ROCKER, green tapestry, Reg. $8.50 Special . . $ 6.50
ALL.WOOL Small RUGS, 27x54, 'All Drop
Patterns at 20 percent discount.
Many other articles at equal saving prices
too numerous to list here; 'Come in and
look before you buy elsewhere. _
WASHINGTON HARDWARE
AND FURNITURE CO.
Phone 301
Come in and see these
Handsome, M oderh Studio DAVENO in Brm‘yn
Tapestry Reg. $72.50 Special at ' $52.50
Be Sure and See Our Furniture
Department on the Balcony
m KENNEWICK (WM) COURIER-REPORTER
\zKennewick, flash.
Lampsons Are
Entertained at _
' Birthday Dinner
KENNEWICK VALLEY Mrs.
Lee lampson entertained the Lamp
son gang at a birthday dinner Sun
day honoring Bryon and Ira. lamp
son. whose birthday it was. Those
present were Mr. and Mrs. Prank
Lampson, Paul. Lulu. Ira and Jean,
Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Lammon.
Grandma Lampson. Miss Maude
Lampson. Byron. Net} and Theo.
The Fourth Friday club is hav
ing a picnic dinner Sunday. Aug.
14 at the city park for their tam
mes.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Watson of
Beaver Creek, Oregon were over
night guests Saturday of Mr. and
Mrs. W. I. Hudlow. _ _ -_
Mrs. Lee Lampson. Theo and Neil
are leaving today (Thursday) for
Los Angeles for a three weeks' visit.
Theo Inmpson was an overnight
guest Tuesday. of Yvonne Davis on
the Highlands.
Mrs. W. I. Hudldw spent last
week in Walla Walla receiving med
leal care.
Mrs. C. E. Lum has returned after
two weeks’ visit at Yakima and El
lensburg.
Finley Grange
Gives Degree
FINLEY—The Finley grange met
Thursday night in their hall. Dur
ing the business session Joe Shula
wasgiventhefirstandseeondde
grees and C. Calvin the third and‘
fourth. Lawanna Gerber was elect
ed lady assistant steward to take!
the place of Louise Turner. who“;
moved away. After the meeting. re
freshments were served by Mrs. C.
Purderbaugh and Mrs. 0. Calvin.
ThenextmeetingwillheAuzustls
and it is hoped more members will
attend.
o.o.Wamwhouemplayednt
Moscow. muted at his home in rin
lev over the week-end.
Tfie many friends or n. 3.
Hughes will be pleased to learnt; 12::
after com. reiusing. ‘
finally consented to run for County
Commissioner. ;
Kenneth Smeltner. who has been
spending the past month visiting
his grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. P.
Smelter. left Saturmy for his
home in Vancouver.
Mrs. Hattie Erickson and Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Beethe motored to
Coulee Dam Thursday.
3. H. Bowers and son Bob. re
turned Saturday from Spokane.
where they took a load of spuds.
Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Preston and
son Bille, visited at the Ernest
Sherry home Friday evening.
Mrs. W. Bockstruck and child
ren. Larry. Ronny and Jackie. ar
rived Thursday for a week's visit
with Mrs. Boclmtruck's parents. Mr.
ander'rankVolland. The Bock
‘strucks live in Bayview. Idaho.
: Mr. and Mrs. Howard Ash and
3:in visited in Walla. Walla Pri-
in. and ms. Albert Pied: and
SamDflggsmadeabuxines tripto
Wgnq._ngln 'gueaaay._ _ _ ¥ __
Katherine Lea and Marie Bean
visited in Spokane Monday.
John Bracy left Thursday for
Spokane with a load of melons.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Miles and family
mowed to Portland Thursday.
Mr. hank Johnson and daugh
ters, Stella and Ida, moved Wed
nesday In the place recently vacated
by the Swanson family. The Swan
sons moved to Spokane. ,
Albert Plert returned Monday
night from a few days spent in Van
couver. -
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Falque were
dinner guests Sunday at the Ernest
St;e_rry game. _ _ _7 7
Mrs. Harry Beathe and Mrs. Hat
tle Erickson returned Tuesday from
a vacation trip on Weston moun
tain. They report getting eight gal
lons of huckleberrles.
Mr. and Mrs. Jess Lande left Sun
day for Walla Walla.
Thel’inley gmdeschool lsget
unganewcoatotkalsomlneand
ageneralcleanlngforthetallterm
ofschool.
Mrs. Clarene Thorpe and children,
Barbara, Billy and Judge left Sun
day for their home in Spokane aft
er spending the past week visiting
Mrs. Thorpe's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
H. s. Hughes. 7
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Ash and
family visited in Richland Sunday
with Mr. Ash's sister and family.
Mr. and Mrs. John Rogers of
Salem. Oregon left Monday for
their home after visiting a few days
with Mrs. Roger's sister and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Johnsfii.
Mr. Orville Howard left Sunday
nightforavisitwithhismotherin
Portland.
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley sunwen ur
rlved homgßunday. Mrs. Stillman
has been visiting bet-Mame”
Spokanesndm.Btm'enhubeen
lntheharvestneldsneucoltu.
Mrs.EudomJohnsonandmothex-,
mammwt'ruesdayforaum
with Mrs. Johnson's son 1n Bone
mamuontun. 7 7
InhaShmavlsltedhel-pannt’s
homelastweek. magma-us;
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.Shortyubott'orsmnnevmted
gtmewmmmnowdhomem
week.
Earl and David Johns and Philip
Talbott returned home Satimhy
after a week's bicycle trip to Hood
River. They took clone their own
camping equipment and traveled
close to 400 miles. They Ilsa took
“10:1. to Bonneville Dam and Mt.
H . -
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Talbott spent
the week-end visiting with the boys
at Hood River.
Mr. and Mrs. John Marsh and In.
and Mrs. Ray Marsh left. yesterday
for a few days’ visit at Bend. Ore.
Mr. and Eran-ant Smeluer and
daughter. Sylvia, Mr. and Mrs. Fred
smeltasmmnuydmnercuesu
cinnanduncmwuk.
Mr. and In. B. Gan-mm of
Puma visited ut the Jake Kicker
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7’ ’Jabk' end Verne Young of Pierce
spent the week-end visiting their
mother, Mn. nun Yogns- J ,
My Kuh as spending the week
mannermhmdmtntrop
penish.
Claude Walk. by Kuh md Arne
Gunner fluted In Benton City on
may.
Saf ford to Drive
New School Bus
1 Home From East
LOCUST GROVE—Mr. and Mrs.
R. K. Sutton! and Ellrie Buford are
leaving Friday for a .trip to the
East. where Ellrie will purchase a.
bus for school but driving and the
others will spend a. month visiting
relatives and touring the country.
Chester Wuhbum has purchased
anewearandthe Kmtzers are
hauling wheat In a new truck.
John and George Sartord were
newlston visitors over the week-end.
Fred Simmemt was 0. Walls.
Walkivmtpr Stinging,_ A 7
little Weyne Smith was able to
have the Puco- hospitcl Betta-day
after suffering a. slight concussion
of the hnin in an accident when
thedoorottheslnithcerwuopen
ed. throwing him out of the car
while it was moving. He is improv
mgr-puny.
Henry Smith retained to his home
81mm other spending two weeks a
patient in the Paco hospital. He
is slowly gaining other his serious
Mr. and Mrs. 3.12.1.5,an and Mr.
and Hrs. J. 0. Dennis were Sunday
vulture ot the PM Shameunk home.
Donald mun spent the week-end
at Tailgate In the boy mt camp.
m Magnet Von Petten. Jerry
Loundhtty.endeF.E.Bandl
wen 89nd” visitors at the 1!. 81m
imeunk home.
ma Simmennk m a. Pendle
mmuwm.
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mmumn.nwun
mttleaenesutfm'd cauchthu
handinthewflngerofthewuhmc
machheuondny.mnnln¢ltmup
pasttheelbow. mmuqume
painful, but ow Improving
saw.
Lynetteaeberlelnmasundai
visitor at the R. K. Buford home.
Mummmnleave Wednesday
for a two weeh’ vacation trip to
Californiawlmthetma
unandumcmleel’owenand
Charleejr. mn-Idaymuat
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family were Walla Walla visitors
Tuesday. ‘
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