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The Kennewick courier-reporter and the White Bluffs spokesman. [volume] (Kennewick, Wash.) 1938-1939, November 03, 1938, Image 5

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I, , In. November 3. 1933.
. , Lions will play Wana
.3552” mday afternoon at
I ”u“
p OR“ Campbell is now em
: in the office of Drs. n. J.
P. 0. Stone.
”3m, 0. c. Williams and
:5” Arlene were Walla Walla
fit; wanton returned the first
If” ”at from a trip to coast
gag-m C. E. Hunt returned
_: . ”Wednesday from a two weeks’.
gm their daughter, Mrs.‘
w— m moms. “
9 ”(1 ms. Robert Williams of
flat were week-end guests at
‘o. Williams home.
’3... club met at the home of
‘ Mime;- Olson this afternoon
an wnmot Gravenslund win
-' m honors and the hostess
gum]; Mrs. Gravenslund was
ofthe club.
‘3,“ gauge will hold its an
fished“ of officers at the next
“a, meeting on Thursday, No
‘du 10. All members are re
“ to be present for this oc
, :manians and their wives
i W the Kennewick school
"W 3 in the Masonic hall Thurs
”mnmg. Various games were in
”mg the evening, after which
um gave two vocal selections.
”for the evening were received
I m Therese Thole. who won
.m ham-s, Miss Ruth Mueller,
“.1 - high and the scholarship
film awarded to E. 8. Black.
313 Miller returned Tuesday
hm where he has been a
phi in the hospital since Wed
...y. He and Neil Lampson
. over in a ditch as they
“I a corner and the Lampoon
at was badly damaged. Neil es
ml! with no injuries. but Fritz is
m from a badly cut knee.
:5" of the mothers of the Ken
“ Camp Fire girls met at the
11. mullet home for the W
(militia a Mother's Club Mon
flaming. It was decided 'by those
put to elect officers at the next
m and the tentative date set
i regular meetings is the fourth
may evaiing of each month.
hurry Oliver represented the
“Auxiliary, who acts as spon
clothe movement. The two new
ms, the Misses Dorothy
M and Evelyn Cornelius were
TOT-ALsVIAahJEia GIFTS Grand lat s2sl:ch IRONER i
. a .. ~ ug ' ' . .
Gift Date Anna-unceci Later ' $69-95 ' l
TIGA or Reliance No. l
IGA or Reliance IZ-ounoe
IGA or Reliance 12-ounce
3CANS ..............,25c
IGA GRAPEFRUIT, No; 24 ' 1 f
Whole Segement, 2 cans . . . .29c=
“A Sugar PEAS, 3 No. 2’s 39c“
IGA Oven Baked Beans, 2 lge. 35c
<ch MINCED CLAMS, ‘lO-oz. 23c FIGS. package . . - - . - - - - - - - - -‘ ~lo°
Rolled Oats
u - lb. ~ -'
Flour rguf'gflaneeea 3.9 -__ 99C
IG'A~“Contains Dion; - batted at” .
COCOA, 2-pound can . . . . . . ~ .23c
2Packages 19c
2‘Pound jar 39c
Our Favorite CATSUP, 14-oz. 10c
Jolly Time POP CORN, 10 oz. 17c
I”(We-Wiles Candy Bars, 3 for 10¢
‘Knsny CRAC , , 2.1!), pkg. 27c
French’s BIRD D, "I’s pk. 14c
IGA LYE.,3 No. 1 cans .....‘.29c
““49 “GBROOMSI’éufi ;69¢
Charles Powell was 8 Yakima. vis
itor the first of the week.
The local“. order is plan
Grandview lodge Thursday, Novem
ber 10.
The Library Guild will meet Mon
day afternoon at the home of Mrs.
H. W. Withers.
A speaker from the Federal Farm
association will be in Kennewick
Saturday evening to give an ad
dress on Initiative No. 130. Place of
the meeting has not yet been de
J. J. Reed and son, Jama, of
Chelan were in Kennewick yester
day on business. Mr. Reed owns
the building at the foot 91 Kenne
wick Avenue just vacated by the
Yedica Motor Co ’
Miss Dora. Wenzlaff of Reedsvllle.
Wisconsin, who spent the past three
weeks in Seattle visiting with the
Robert Wenzlafr family and Bertha
Belle Smith. has returned to the
Fred Wenzlafl home.
George Tllbury is leaving the last
of this week for Glendale, Califor
nia, where he will attend the mar
riage of his daughter, Betty, on No
vember 10.
Entre Nous met at the home or
Mrs. P. 0. Stone Tuesday with Mrs.
W. s. Washburn winning high hon
ors .' and Mrs. Geo. IA. Purdy low.
Mrs; Purdy was a. guest of the club.
Mrs. Frank Beste was hostess to
a. one o’clock luncheon Friday aft
ernoon with three tables or bridge
in play following. Mrs. H. R. Vibber
won high honors and Mrs. Curran
Chellis low.
» Mrs. Gus Neuman returned Suh
day night from Spokane. where she
was called by the serious illness of
her daughter. Miss £3113. She re
ports her much improved at this
Political candidates are name
their final drive for votes and vi:-
tually all of them have been call
ing upon the voters in this section
of the county during the past week.
Local candidates are out of town
doing the same thing in the other
sections of the district.
A bulldozer leveling up the va
lot for trade stock for the Yedica
Motor Co. attracted quite a crowd
of interested spectators this after
noon. The big machine would push
a couple of yards of dirt into the
former basement about as easily as
a kid would sop up gravy with a
crust of bread.
Seedlgss ‘
Old » ' ~
Fashioned -
Minute TAPIOCA, pkg. _. . . . . .12c
IGA Fancy Cove OYSTERS, 5-oz.
2 cans . . . ... ..._. . ';"9_":°,-'.°" . s . .‘. , .250
IGA Fancy ComedßEEn-gm 19c
IGA Cane and Maiple SYRUP * v
No. 2% can . . ;'. . . . .‘"’L2‘9‘¢
IGA Brand Ready-Mixed
PANCAKE FLOUR, 4-“). bag 19c
.. Makes Delicious Waffles
. BISQUICK, ’4O-02. package _g-729c—
'IGA Gelatine Dessert, 3 pkgs. 136
Black or White Layer—B2o2:.-
' IGA' Brand -
Quick or Regular
~ .11-lbfi'p'kg. 23c
Sea Island or C & H Cane
SUGAR—IO pOunds. .... .. . .57c
Red “A” COFFEE, 3 lbs. . . . .‘43c
Cherry Queen Cordial
CHERRIES—I-pound box . . .25c
Sunbrite CLEANSER, 4 cans 19c
Serving Spoon and Cheese Server
with LUX,Large ............23c
Woodbury’s Facial SOAP, 3 br 25c
Giant NUBORA, package . . . .491:
' Lnr'l‘oilet SOAP, 3 bars ....l9c
- wwRINSO. package .g...2'1c
’ The Christian iadiee‘e'ré pieihhih'g‘}
to hold a bazaar, rummage sale.
cooked food and vegetables on Sat
rurday, November 28.
I The first division of the M. E. aid
*will .meet Wednesday. November 9
; for an all-day meeting at the
ihome of Mrs. O. W. Engels.
F Mrs. Paul Colvin and Mrs. P. w.
Allison ot Walla Walla were Ken
newick callers Wednesday. Mrs.‘
Colvin will be remembered as the
lorxner Miss Eloise Graver.
Mrs. N E. Robbins and Mrs. H. E.
Copeland motored to Yakima today,
where they will attend a book re
view which will be given by Mrs.
Julia Todd Hanan of Tacoma.
Junior Belair entertained twenty
four of his friends with a dancing
party at the home of his parents.
Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Belair, who ser
ved refreshments at the close of the
evening in keeping with the Hai
loween motif.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Campbell
and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Campbell
motored to Colfax Tuesday, where
they visited with an aunt. who is a
patient in the hospital there.
Mr. and Mrs. O. H. I.llde
and son and Mr. and Mrs. O. D.
Luddington of Ephrata were week
end guests at the Galvin Owens
home at Harrisburg. oregon.’
Under the direction of Mr. Coates
the high school carpentry class made
a complete set of hymnal racks and
installed them 'on the pews of St.
Paul’s church; A '
The fourth division of the M. E.
aid met at the home of Mrs. M.
Hilie Wednesday with Mrs. Herman
Campbell and Mrs. George Hodgson
as assisting hostesses. They plan—
ned a. rummage sale which will be
held Sahirday, November 5, next
I door to the Courier-Reporter office.
A delegation from the local Wo
man’s Club is planning to attend a
district meeting of the Yakima Val
ley Rderation of Woman’s clubs.
which is' being held in Toppenish
Friday. Mrs. ii. E. Robbins is the
maidenhead. _MrB. C. 1". Winken
werder, secretary of the organiza
tion. .‘T', :‘x ,i‘ =-
The Rebexans of district mo. 15
will holdasemi-annual meeting at
the community hall in Benton City
next Wednesday, with the Kenne
wick. lodge putting on the degree
work. Twenty-rive or the local
lmembers motored to Prosser Mon
day night‘to practice for the dis
.trict meeting; >
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Mr. and Mrs Gilbert Edwards were
Walla Walla visitors Sunday.
0. 8. Knowles left Tuesday on a
business trip to Portland and Bend.
Rev. Carl 1". Lucky ls attending a
convention in Tacoma this week.
W. G. Curtis returned Saturday
from a hunting trip in Oregon and
brought home a deer.
[“Junus Jaeot of Finley has moved
Ito '20!) Benton street during the past
RED. chapter win meet Tues
day evening at the home or Miss
Dorothy Arnold.
The Rinkeydlnks will meet at the
home or Mrs. M. Rule on Wednes
day. November 9.
Hutchins accompanied Mr. and Mrs.
Floyd Hummus to Yakima Sunday.
Mrs. C. Durocher left Sunday for
Malta, Montana. where she will
make an extended visit with her
parents and other relatives.
The Kennewick bridge club will
meet Monday, November 7, instead
of Wednesday. with Mrs. H. .H.
Flesher as hostess.
Mrs. C. Hoelzle arrived Tuesday
from Seattle to make an extended
visit with her sister. Mrs. Mary
' Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Wenzlaft of
Seattle, who are taking a honey
moon trip stopped at the Fred
Wenzlaft home Saturday afternoon.
Mrs. G. O. Hoioos and two child
ren or Lewlston were Sunny guests
at the home of her brother, .I. O.
Pratt. .
The Needlework club will meet on
Friday November 4 at the home of
Mrs. E. R. Carnahan with Mrs.
Sarah Neel as the hostess for the
The East Kennewick Women's
club will meet November 8 at the
home of Mrs. Howard Rowland with
Mrs. George Anderson as mung
hostess. ' ‘
Robert why Post American Le
gion Will hold its annual stag ban
quet at 8 pm. AfmlStlce day at the! hall. all veterans are wel
come. . Manual-es report at hall
at 10:30 am” November 11 for the
Armistice program. ~
American Legion Auxiliary will
meet Wednesday, November sat the
home of Margaret ,Van Patten for
an all-day meeting with a potluck
dinner at noon. .The unit will make
five bed jacketgfaix card tables cov
ers and a number of tray cloths and
scarfs for the yeterans hospital in
Walla Walla. .
Mr. and M 13417!!!“ Koelker, w.
and Mrs. K. C... Gifford, Mr. and
Mrs. C. H. Yediea, Mr. and Mrs.
_Gene Spauiding and Dr. L. G.
Spanning, Mr. and ,‘Mrs. Cum-an
Chellis, Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Lin
‘and Mrs. Lou Miller were Sunday
evening dinner guests at the Earle
Jones home in Richiand. Following
the dinner four tables of bridge
were in play at which time Mrs.
Yedioa won high honors and Mrs.
H. A. Linn low. The Haloween motif
was carried out through the dinner
' One of the outstanding aocial
parties of the Halloween season was‘
)thé Junior American Legion Auxili~
Mrs. Mary on many
ity were in charge of Mrs. Orin
ißeinhart and Mrs. M. Simmellnk.
‘Gamee included a, treasure hunt,
‘fortune- telling.» and appropriate}
Halloween pastimes enjoyedhythe
twenty guestsattlr'edinintereetins
holiday. commutes, Refreshments
the fireplace, where they later
roasted wetneu. toasted" marsh
mallows and poppedcorn.
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Tuesday - Wednesday
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} The pmocme club will meet Wed-'
ynesdey evening, November 9 at the
Green with Mrs. Harold Whate
more as the assisting hostess.
Too Late to Classify
Mr. Thornton will be in Pasco
November 8 to tune and repair pl
- Those desirous of his Services
‘leave word with Mrs. 'l'. B. Hopkin
‘son. 31Pc
‘FOR SALE—One Hotpoint porce
? lain Hotpoint range. thrift cook
er. $35: one three burner range.
$22.50; Singer sewing machine,
neva overhauled $10; bedroom set.
consisting of bed. dressing table and
bench and dresser, $22.50. Mrs. H.
H. Fleher. phone 614. '
Market Station
Convenient Phce to Buy Your
Groceries, Lunch Meats
and Dairy Products
pm or mauve noon
mun Highway u Wan. St.
—Open Seven Dan a Week—
Contract Bridge Lessons
Sam Gordon, the Kibitzer
The easiest and quickest toy to
learn bridge
Taught in s simple and entertain;
manner that appeals to beginnen
and advanced players. The “Home
Sane manor—s “natural” for men
Aftemoons—z pm. Nights—B Inn.
Nov. 17, 18, 19
Sponsored by ‘
St. Catherine’s Society
Complete 3-Day Series $2
St. Paul’s Parish House
Having sold my Chevrolet business to the Kennewick Auto 00.,
I wish to very sincerely thank the people of Kennewick and vin
cinity for the splendid support we have received during the past
five and a half years. I
We have made many friends and we regret to leave them—espec
ially since wehave had the opportunity of aervingthem in a some-.
what public capacity.
We cordially bespeak for our succes‘sor the some friendly rela
tionship and hope our customers will oohtinue to giye them the
same support and patronage we hive received. '
We believe you can rest assured that the Kennewick Auto Co. will
‘ do everything “possible to render the same Super Chevrolet Ser
vice we have rendered in the past.
Thanking you again for your support and_ patronage, I am wish
ing for each one of you the very best in good health, happiness and
prosperity. .
A; A. Anderson Chevrolet Col ;
~ ‘By A. A. Andersoni
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