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The Kennewick courier-reporter and the White Bluffs spokesman. [volume] (Kennewick, Wash.) 1938-1939, October 27, 1938, Image 5

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WRIES OF THE WEEK i
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W Thompson of Walla Walla is
.wmcx “to” WI.
‘ W. Trenbath of Seattle was a
W visitor here my.
“no“, Harrsch has moved to
M where she will make her
T’s. need and son James Jr. of
M” were Kennewick visitors on
wAmon Mueller is spending a
F M this week visiting friends
IWC.
1... ma Mrs. J. H. Siegfried have
med from a few days’ visit to
w, Oregon' .
O. 3. Knowles attended the W 3.-
a-08-C- football game' in Port
“ saturdfly.
E w, nesgranges and daughter,
In Win. Strickler were Yakima
was yesterday.
w. r. M. S. of the M. E. church
will meet at the home of Mrs.
m on Avenue A.
llr. and Mrs. Bert Wilson and
mm, Patsy, were Spokane vis
it" last week-end. '
m, and Mrs. 0. D. Luddington of
wt; are visiting at the home
0! mar son this week.
m Walter Knowles, Mrs. M. M.
W and daughter, Patsy, were
”pend visitors in Seattle.
LP. 3 rown spent the latter part
a the week at Soap Lake, taking
wants for rheumatism.
mm: Oliver entertained three
a her girl friends with a dinner
my in honor of her thirteenth
many Wednesday evening.
The Pink and Green club met at
uhome of Mrs. Emma Higley this
mean with Mrs. C. S. Babcock
u assisting hostess.
jug J. Hmiman, candidate for
any clerk, and her mother Mrs.
m, were Kennewick visitors on
My.
my Billiman left today for his
m in Yaldma after visiting the
”man's at the home of his
Where. He was enroute to his
me from a trip to Spokane.
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\\\\\\°\ Clearance
f§j~®§§éi§at Smashing Prices bECause
NEW CARS ARE HERE
Wow ’34 sundud. conch
-One of the best can in our
itch. Tires like new, npholstety
5 excellent condition. Thoroiy'
elected and conditioned in our
nice department.
WAS NOW
$375.00 $327 .00
mom-11' ’36 Master snort
Elan—With turret top and knee
Ida-i, originu finish wit spot
b mohair trim, excellent motor
“I dx-ply tires. GMC. ma.
Written guarantee.
WAS NOW
$645.00 $57 7 .00
PLYMOUTH ’35 De Luxe- 441.00:
Illa—Heater, just out of our
In. thoroughly checked and re
:floned. All good tires. 3 real
' WAS NOW
347 5.00 $407.00
Glamor.“ ’34 Master 4-door
WI finish. knee-ac-
In, reconditioned, valves, tins!
:bnka, appearance, the very
‘ 1 WAS NOW
$445.00 $397.00
’03!) v-s De Luxe 4-door se
% mileage, motor excel
“ Ippearance like new, safety
this. broadcloth upholstery. Just
3: W you have been looking
S4OOOO $33?00 $450.00 $417.00 FXt-Zfii‘l’éfffifigw‘ifiriufi
We also are offering at greatly reduced prices New
Norge Electric Range, N orge‘ Washing Machine and 6-
Foot Electrolux Kerosene Refrigerator. It will pay you
t 0 see us before you buy. '
A. A. ANDERSON CHEVROLET C 0;
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‘ NNEWICK, WASHINGTO
Phone 100 RE
The general M. E aid bagaar will
be held Saturday, December 10.
Charles Asbu'ry was a week-end
visitor in Seattle.
H. E. Copeland attended a dis
trict meeting of Penney store man
agers in Pendleton yesterday.
Mrs. W. C. Muldrow of Benton
City is a patient in the Paseo hos
pital this week.
Miss Mae Mclnturi of Ringold is
assisting in the bookkeeping depart
ment at the Grange Supply.
The Congregational division of
the M. .E. aid will meet Thursday.
November 3, with Mrs. J. B. Thomas.
Mrs. Gus Neuman was called to
Spokane Sunday because of the ill
ness of her daughter, Miss Ella, who
is attending school there.
A group of Kennewick women at
tended the American Legion auxil
iary meeting in Pasco Wednesday
afternoon. Mrs. Hill Williams gave
an interesting book review.
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Peters of Van
couver were week-end guests at the
F. H. Lincoln home. The Peters are
former Kennewick residents having
lived here thirty years ago.
The Episcopal Guild will meet
with Mrs. Warde Johnson on Ave.
A. Thursday, November 3 at 2:30
The Samaritan Bible class party
of the M. E. Sunday school has been
indefinitely postponed.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Wallingford
anddchildren of Milton were Wed
nesday callers at the Jess Vinson
home. Mrs. Wallingford and Mrs.
Vinson are sisters.
The pinochle club was entertained
at the o. T. staley home Tuesday
evening with Mrs. R. E. Reed as as
sistant hostess.
The Business Girls bridge club
met at the home of Mrs. Audley
Evett Monday evening for a des
sert luncheon. Four tables were in
play during the evening and high
honors were received by Miss Kath
erine Brown and low by Margaret
Hawkins. -
PLYMOUTH ’36 De Luxe coupe
—-orlxinal velour upholstery In
excellent condition, good “M.
thoroughlL conditioned and
checked in our service depart
ment for your pnotectlou, wrlté
ten guarantee.
WAS NOW
$535.00 . $447.00
CHEVROLET ' ’36 Master Town
sedan—Hydraulic bakes, knee
ecflon, built-in trunk, Interior
like new, motor checked end tun
ed. .Thecaryouwillmtto
own. .
WAS NOW
$610.00 $557.00
CHEVROLET ’37 Master Sport
uedan—A real value In a family
car, 13,000 miles, interior like
new, motor checked and tuned.’
Guaranteed. See and you will
buy.
WAS NOW
$775.00 $697.00
DODGE ’35 rick-up—Hu been
overhauled, hydraulic brakes.
just inc rig to do tat hauling you
have been waiting to do.
$425.00 ' $347 .00
CHEVROLET ’36 Pick-up—Near—
ly ne wtires all around, has been
checked and serviced, low mileage
—the one job so many 01’ you
have been waiting for.
“Complete Service—Reasonable Prices”
WAS
Mrs..J. C. Hogan has been advis
edtobeconfinedtoherhomebe-
cause of her health and she will ap
preciate any of her friends coming
to call on her.
Mrs. John Vibber. Mrs. Prank
Maupin and Mrs. Ed Crooks were
Joint hostesses to a bridge lunch
eon at the Vibber home Thursday.
Bridge honors were received by Mrs.
Urban Koelker, high: Mrs. H. E.
Copeland. second and Mrs. J. H.
Siegfried, low.
W. D. Blackstone is leaving for
Gooding, Idaho to bring his family
here for the winter. He is employ
ed with the Twin City Livestock and
Poultry company.
The Wednesday bridge club met
in the Arrow Grill for a one o’-
clock luncheon with Mrs. Thad
Groscup of Richland as hostess.
There were three tables in play with
Mrs. M. M. Moulton receiving the
honors for the afternoon.
Victor Rogers attended the In
land Empire young people’s meeting
of the “Church of God" in Spo
kane last week-end. This was a
meeting of the program committee
to make arrangements for the con
vention which will be held in
Clarkston during the Thanksgiving
vacation.
Mr. and Mrs. Victor Trill of Med
for'd, Oregon who have been visit
ors at the home of their daughter,
Mrs. Keith Day, have returned to
their home. Mrs. Day and two child
ren accompanied Mr. and Mrs. F.’
Montague of Hover to Medford yes
terday. Mrs. Day will visit with
her parents there for a month aft-s
er which time Mr. Day will join
them. - .
Mrs. Ed Webber, Mrs. Clarence
Yedica, Mrs. Urban Koelker, and
Mrs. K. C. Gifford were hostesses to
a bridge luncheon at the Arrow,
Grill Monday afternoon. Following
the luncheon there were nine tables
of bridge in play. High honors were
received by Nita-Bentley Galilean,
second, Mrs. Howard Beste and low,
Mrs. A. 'l‘. Bolnir. 4
CHEVROLET ’33 lyrton truck
—Extn. good rubber, engine
overnnnled, rend-end excellent
condition. One of the best buys
on the market.
WAS NOW
$325.00 $277.00
’3O ROO Truck, license
and load
mus now
$125.00 ' $87.00
’2B Reo - Truck, license
and load -
was now .
$95.00 * $57.00
$78.00 ' $37.00
’29 Ford Pick-Up
$98.00 $57.00
’29 Buick Coach
$90.00 $47.00
NOW
’39 Ford Pick-Up
WAS‘ NOW
THE KENNEWICK (WA SH.) COURIER-REPORTER
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iSeettle were week-end visitors with
relatives here and in Richlnnd.
’ The Escolentes club met this
{afternoon at the home of _Mrs. Prank
\Msson. The afternoon was devoted
to a. stork shower in honor of Mrs.
‘AI anndt.
[ The P.-T. A. study club met this
evening at the home of Mrs. Herb
Misner with Mrs. Emil Albrecht jr.
as assisting hostess. Mrs. W. C.
Donahue gave a paper on “Changed
Homemaker."
‘ The HOpitu Camp Fire girls and
’their guardians enjoyed a Hallow
een masquerade party in their head
jquarters Wednesday evening. The
‘Nissaki girls are planning a party
\in the hall Friday evening at 7:30.
‘ Mr. and Mrs. “Penney” Ferrell
{spent the week-end visiting friends
’in Portland and vicinity. They visit
‘ed at the E. W. Roberts home in
‘Orchards and “Penney” also took
in the WAG-0.4.0. game Satur
lday. l
The Thursday Midge club met at
the home of Mrs. C. H. Yedlea this
afternoon for a one o’clock lunch
eon. Honors werelreceived by Mrs.
Frank Maupln and Mrs. Odes Sloan.
The next meeting will be held with
Mrs. E. S. Black on November 10.
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Fine quality and a durable sheet
at this outstanding’ price.
2- forsl.OO
42x36 in. case 10¢ each
commune mm mm:
Men’s 10% Virgin Wool
Sprihg Needle
Umon Suits
Fine quality at such a. low price.
70x80 ~
Fine cotton, full weight, bright,
' . glen: plaids.
' Flour Sacks
- 98-lb. size
New material—never been used
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lf-.;C';PBNN€Y C’OLW‘sNif,‘l-c.l
The south central Washington
school administrators held a meet
ing_ in the Pasco hotel following a
banquet Tuesday evening. Super
intendent Black acted as chairman.
There were speakers for and against
the different initiatives and consti
:utional amendments.
. Mrs. E. Weiman and Mrs. Stacey
and children started for Lewiston at
‘6230 Thursday morning in a Model
T. Ford. They had a breakdown so
they hitch-hiked from Walla Walla.
receiving several rides. They ar
rived in Lewiston at 3 o’clock, Where
they spent the week-end visiting
[relatives
Ken E. Seder, democratic candi
date for prosecuting attorney, and
Wed Kemp, candidate for county
wmmlsfioner from the upper dlB
- were cumming in this end
of the county may. _
LUCKY -
DAYS
In Kennewick
These Listed Values
Mean
4 Lucky ‘Days
Take advantage of these
bargains and such val
ues thruout the store.
New Wool
Virgin Wool
BATES
2 Pound
72:90 Comfort Size
s‘|.OO'
BUY NOW AND SAVE
Duro Sheets
79¢ a suit
A Double Value
25% m Wool
75 Jun Cotton
BATI‘ .
2' Pound Weight
72:90—1’81381' Lined
2 For $ I .00
Double Blanket
98c pair
85c dozen
The Baptist Ladies Union will be
entertained by Mrs. O. B. Chou at
the home or her daughter. Mrs.
Clyde Moore. on Highway 310 on
Thursday afternoon at two o'clock.
Four cars of members or the Wal
ther League attended a district
meeting given by the Emous Wal
ther-League oi' Walla Walla Bun
day. Aluneheonwasservedinthe
Y. W. c. A. building after which
a businem session was held. Rev. 11.
c. Knuth led the discussion on
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Dre-Moving Salé
As we are moving to our new locatlon,
next to the Kennewick Implement Co. Nov.
lst, we wish to cut our stock to the mini
mum to save moving expense. _
Sieberling Tires, ALL SIZES . . . . 20 pct. discount
Standard Equipment Tires . . . . .-. 25 pct. discount
Long Trades on all USED CARS in stock
C. H. Yedica Motor Co.
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