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y, February 3. 1933.
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m. Leona Anderson is ill at her
w ““8 week.
. I“! v. Michaelson of Pasco is
ill new nurse in Dr. Capell's or
at“ Neva Griffith of Richland
ill , guest at the home of Mrs.
w flasher
” m Elefson spent the week
“ mm; at the E. M. Donelson
W In W.
on. Needlework club will meet
Wt gem-nary 4 at the home of
up. ‘l‘. 8. 11818011116-
pmi Wilbur returned from Walla
Well! today after spending several
we there on business. \
11l- Joseph Pachot left for her
we in Tacoma today after spend
” the past week as guest of Miss
label Qualiey. .
was Valeria Holcomb is employ-(
ed at the state house in Olympia in
field of the court house as was
stated last week. :
111. and um. Adrian Geheres of:
cm]! spent Sunday visiting at,‘
me me of Mrs. Geheres’ mother,‘
Im. Ilse Reader. ‘
The umry Guild will meet Mon- |
”Jeni-ner! 7 at the home of Mrs.‘
an McKain with Mrs. Frank
whey as hostess».
Im. Floyd Higiey returned Tues-,
my night from Spokane, where shei
u been called by the serious ill-.
an of her mother. I
m Fred Halliday of Paterson
mt an emergency spend
m operation at the Pasco hospi-'
tel Wednesday evening. ’
The Misses Eva Elefson and Lena
mm were hostesses to the teach-'
mums: club at the H. E. Hunt-I
W home this evening. .
10. and Mrs. Charles Mills and
mellow. and Mrs. E. M. Lud-i
low and family were dirmer guests;
.3 the Everett Amon home.
It. and Mrs. Curran Chellis drove,
to Yakima yesterday. Mrs. Chellis.
and daughter remained for a week’s:
m at the home of her mother ‘
Inmrlen. ’3
canton 8111111181) and Wes Brown
drove to Portland Sunday. Clinton
returned home Tuesday. but Wes
mauled at Camus, where he is
visiting relatives.
Butte Nous met at the home of
In. Howard Whitbeck Tuesday.
Bridge honors for the afternoon
were received by Mrs. P. F. Beste
and 111-3.ka Turner.
The Congregational division of
the H. E. aid met at the home of
In. Paul Spreen this afternoon
with Mrs. H. A. Linn and Mrs. J.‘
Bitter as assisting hostesses. 1
The regular meeting of the lota
film will be held Tuesday, Febru-
Iry a It the home of Mrs. George
A. 80088011. Mrs. Martha Murray
east state president of the W. C. T.
U. will he the guest speaker. A pot
m dinner Will be served at one o’-
Bestes LG: Grocery
ISNOWDRIFT, 3 lb. . . . . 53ci
GRAPENUTS, zestful, pkg. 16c
SOAP GRAINS, 1.G.A., pkg. . 18c
CLOROX, quart, each . . . . 15c
ROLLED OATS, 1.G.A., pkg. . 21c
CREAM CEREAL, 1.G.A., pkg. 17c
MStandard3o3, 3 cans 25g
CRACKERS,2 pounds . . . . 25c
White or Graham
WAX PAPER, heavy 125-ft. roll 19c
PALMOLIVE,3fOr . . . . . 17c
Blue G COFFEE, pound . . . 21c
PLNEAPPLE, large 2% sliced ’. 22c
I BACON, Swift’s Sliced, lb. . 29c
Ida. Small White BEANS, 10 lb. 43c
White or Yellow Corn Meal, bg. 29c
Blue Rose RICE, 4 pounds . . 19c
C & H or Sea Island
Cane SUGAR, 16 pounds . . 89c
Red ‘A’ COFFEE, lb. bag, 3 bags 49c
WESSON OIL, quart can . . .43c
CALUMET—2%rpound can
BAKING POWDER, can . . . 45c
Phone 251 -. WE DELIVER
We “"8 right to limit quantities. Every IGA Store Home-owned
I Mrs. J. C. Hogan is able to be up
,after being confined to bed for the
’past two weeks with an attack of
‘the flu.
} The American Legion Auxiliary
will meet Wednesday, February 9 at
the home of Mrs. Wm. Drennen in
Pasco at 2:30 pm.
Mrs. J. L. Burpee left for her
home in Seattle Tuesday after
spending the week-end as a guest
of Mrs. T. W. Payne.
Roy Mitchner left Sunday for
Ded Deer. Alberta. Canada, where
he will make an extended visit at
the home or his parents.
Mr. and Mrs. Glen Utz and two
daughters attended. the ski tourna
ment above Yakima Sunday. Mr.
Utz took some movies of the var-‘
ious jumps and races. 1
Mrs. R. E. Reed and Mrs. Mae‘
Shanafelt went to Yakima'last Sat
urday to visit with Mrs. Carlen,
former resident of Kennewick. They
returned Sunday evening.
Pro America will meet for the
regular monthly luncheon at the
Arrow Grill on Monday, February
7 at one o’clock. Mr. Horrigan of
Pasco will be the guest speaker.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Armstrong re—
turned to Kennewick last week
after a year’s residence in La
Grande. Mr. Armstrong is in the
employ of the, Consolidated Freight
Mr. and Mrs. Lee s. Libby of
Spokane were Fridey guests at the
H. E. Huntington home. They were
enroute to Portland for a visit and
Mr. Libby is a. nephew of Mr. Hunt
Mrs. Arthur Anderson and daugh
ter Joyce returned to their home in
Carmel] Saturday alter spending
the past week visiting here at the
home of Mrs. Anderson’s mother,
Mrs. G. Hume.
Kilkare club met at the Arrow
Grill for a one o’clock luncheon
with Mrs. R. E. Reed as hostess.
Mrs. Glenn Felton won high hon
ors and Mrs. H. W. Whittemore
second high.
Relatives here have received news
that Mrs. Hal McConnell underwent
an appendicitis operation in Everett
Monday morning. She will be re
membered here as the former Miss
Pauline Higley.
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Beste mov
ed recently into the house formerly
occupied by Mr. and Mrs. Raymond
' Beatty on Kennewick Avenue. The
Beattys, have moved into the. home
of Mrs. Phil Trier. ;
i The Misses Alma. and Mildred
Reese were hostesses to a. bridal‘
shower Tuesday eVening, honoring‘
Miss Lulu Peterson. Four tables of
‘ “cooty” were in play during the
evening. Refreshments were served
by the hostesses. Miss Peterson
will leave next Tuesday for Lusk,
WyOming. where she will become the
bride of Carl Anderson.
l—The East Kennewick Woman‘s
Iclub will have a potluck dinner at
Lthe home of Mrs. Howard Howland
‘Tuesday, February 8. Miss Helen
Steiner will give several demonstra
tions in the afternoon.
‘ RBbert Stephenson and Kenneth
Smith of Red Deer. Canada were
Tuesday guests at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Howard Beste. The young
men were enroute to Florida on a
six weeks’ trip. They stated that
when they left Red Deer the ther
mometer read 48 below zero.
i Miss Virginia Carpenter was
hostess to a party honoring Miss
3Phoebe Sherk, who is visiting rela
tives here. Two tables of hearts
\were in play during the evening
with Miss Martha Shepard receiv
ing high prize and Miss Sheri: the
guest prize. Refreshments were
served by the hostess.
Ten guests helped Manley Gest
celebrate his birthday last Friday
evening with a dinner party at his
home. The out-of-town guests were
Mrs. Fern Massie, the Mises Ruth
Foster, Florence Hill. Mabel Jane
Custer and Asta Cartmell and Paul
Engbretson of Pasco. Following the?
dinner card games were in play with:
various prizes given throughout the'
evening. ‘
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Pratt enter
tained their bridge club at their
home 'Wednesday evening in honor
of their 15th wedding anniversary.
There were three tables in play
with each being cleverly decorated
in the Valentine motif. Honors for
the evening were reCeived by Fred
Simmelink and Mrs. Laura Amon.
The club presented the Pratts with
a crystal set.
The Double R 4-H meal prepara
tin club met at the home of Wine
nifred Hawn last Saturday. During
the meeting plans were made for a
progressive dinner to be given in
the near future. Lois Giard made
a report on a food chart and Win!-
fred demonstrated the making of
Brown Betty. Following the dem
onstration refreshments were serv
ed by the hostess.
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Hudlow cele
brated their 45th wedding anni
versary Sunday with a guinia pig
dinner. Guests for the day includ
ed their son Billy of Coulee Dam,
Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Smith. Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Mizer and two sons
and Mr. and Mrs. Bert Miller and
daughter, Grace. Mr. and Mrs.
Floyd Hudlow of Carmel! visited at
the home of his parents. Mr. and
Mrs. W. R. Hudlow Monday.
“Caterpillar” Deisel
is the first Diesel engine that is fully successful
for tractor service and for stationary and
portable service presenting \similar require
ments. ‘
0 Study of “Caterpillar” Diesel design dis
closes its simplicity, its high quality of materials
and workmanship, its fitness for field condi
tions. '
O The name “Caterpillar” assures a high stand
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o The experience of users presents the proof
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Let us prove these statements—call at our Wal
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stration. ‘
ALFRED H. LEN TZ, Salesman
Residence at Kennewick
Representing JOHNSON MOTOR CO” Wall: Walls
? Dairy Club Has
{ Demonstration
' O
i The Kennewick Valley 4-H Dairy
[Club met at the home of Earl Johns
,» Thursday, January 27th and milk
_ testing was demonstrated.
p 3 _—
,! The first breath of winter came
v, Friday night when about an inch
of snow fell and the thermometer
dropped to 19 above. However. it
was very welcome to the orchardists
as the buds were beginning to swell.
Byron and Neil Lampson were
Yakima business visitors the first
of the week.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Wagner oi
Freewater.. Oregon were guests on
Sunday at the G. R. Rupp home.
They were accompanied by Mrs. J.
E. Odom. who had spent the past
two weeks visiting them. 1
A family by the name of Coffey}
has moved into the Keene house.l
They have two children, who enter
ed school Monday.
} Attention is again called to the
iregular meeting of Kennewick Val
!ley grange Friday, February 4, when
the Finley grange will be the guests.
Ladies are requested to bring a
:cake or sandwiches. Grange opens
at 7:30. 1
Junior High Honor Roll
J. J. Slater, principal of the local
junior high school, has announced
the following list of pupils who are
eligible for the semester honor roll:
Seventh grade: Frances Bird, Ver
dine Foraker, Patsy Moulton. Mar
jorie Alds, Joyce Utz, and Freddie
Thompson; eighth graders: Sidney
Brownell, Eunice Campbell, Arthur
Evett, David Johns, Hal Keene,
Robert Neuman and Margaret
Smith; ninth graders: Mae Bene
field, Jean Dahl, Frank Dunlap, Don
Larkin, Norman Mclnturfi, Quen
tin Mizer. Ruth Simmelink. Ruth
Waggoner and Louise Yoshino. The
students listed for honorable men
tion include Betty Dwgranges and
Victor Yoshino of the seventh
grade, Irma Pratt. eighth grade and
Ray Fries and Betty Higley of the
ninth grade.
[BC to Conduct
4-H Club Contest
The Kennewick Implement Com
pany, has announced the opening
of International Harvester Com-
pany's fifth annual Farm Account
ing contest for members of 4-H
clubs, with copies of mlw and reg
ulations governing the 1938 contest
now available.
‘ Supervised by the National Com
mittee on Boys and Girls Club work.
the contest is open to bona fide 4-H
Club members working under the
direction of the Extension Service
during the club year of 1938. Prizes
will be awarded for the best-kept
farm business records covering any
period of twelve consecutive months]
Seed spu d 5
Irish Cobbler Potatoes for seed—
grown from last year’s certified
Blue Tag Stock—f or sale by
Washington Early Crops
Call early and make your
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3a w "5; Sleepy Hollow Syrup
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Pound ......lsc
3 Pounds . . . .44c
, Corn
Golden Sweet
33—303 cans . . 23c
Purex .
Half Gallon .21c
’ Canterbury
Black Tea ~
Half Pound .29c}
Oxydol 1
Reg. Size
Package ....l9c
Quart Jar . . .29c‘
Brooms l
5-tie—each . .59c
* Sugar
U & I Brand
10 Pounds . . .59c
Blue Rose
:3 Pounds . . . .21c
WE WANT to fill this page with good nevuy Items
every week. You can help us. When mm know an
Item of {owl-oat. tell us about It personally? or by phone ~
we'll ' mate it. Phone No. One-owle-One.
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elysis may be in letter or story lorm
not to exceed 1,000 words. ‘
Designed to further better to
countlng—hence. .better business
methods in farm operations. the
Harvester Company's you-1y con
tut among boys and girls who with
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(crest to 441 Club members. i
10-lb. Tin Quart Pint
$1.25 35c 23c :
‘Self Rising V
Pancake_ FLOUR, 8-lb. sack . 39c
EGGS, large grade A, dozen . 21c
BISQUICK, package . -. . . . 35c
FEBRUARY 4th to lOthl
White Silk TISSUE, 7 rolls . . . 25c
Libby’s PEACHES, 2% size can . 18c
Del Monte PEARS, 2% size can . 19c
Crystal White Toilet SOAP, 4 bars 19c
White King Gran. SOAP, large pk. 33c
IVORY SOAP, large bar . . . . _. 9c
ORAN GES, large Sunkist, dozen 19c
Coachella Valley Grapefruit, doz. 29c
Vacuum-Pack Coffee Saving!
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l-lb. Tin
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WANTED—SOBI2I of horses and
] harness. 1200 lbs. or more. Harold
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ll Prone Up? Use Prestone! "
IShelby. Ohio reports 4 de
grees below Friday—44 de
grees above Sunday. Kenne
wick has no such extremes.
but radiators may freeze yet.
The answer Is Prestone.
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