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Highlanders Show Talent at Annual Dinner Program O HIGHLANDS—The Highland An-| nual Washington’s Birthday pot-‘ luck dinner was held Monday eve-l ning at the Highland clubhouse! Tables were set for approximately; 200 people. Following the dinner.l the following program w'as rendered: l Song by the Misses Opal Watw kins, Madine Shields and Verdinei Foraker. accompanied by Merlyn Giles on the saxophone: piano duet‘ by Misses Opal and Rose Mary Wat kins. song with guitar accompani ment by Miss Edith Keller and Miss Madine Shields (yodeling by Miss Shields). Hawaiian selection by Charles Lewis, accompanied on the piano by Mrs. Bud Shields, reading, by Mr. Taylor, reading by Guy Story, play “That Certain Satan” by Aaron Fo‘raker, Bill Knight, Al bert Sonderman and Tom Knight. Play, "The Irish Stew” with Miss Lorraine Poore and Mr. Taylor as Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Hogan; Mrs. Tony Mayer and Bob Wheelhouse, as son and daughter of the Hogans, Henry St. Laurent and Elizabeth Story as fiancee and fiance of the son and and daughter, Basil Shields aid Rona Dennett. friends of the Hogan family, Mrs. Fred Giles, a widower, Ed Bay as the “colored undertaker.” It can well be said that the Highlands does not lack talent, as all parts of the program were well rendered. After the pro gram, dancing was enjoyed by old and young alike. ' The Busy Snippers 4—H club will meet March 1 at the home of Miss Yvonne Davis. Demonstrations will be given on “Bias, Tape” by Miss Margaret Abkin and on “Correct Use of the Sewing Machine” by Miss Yvonne Davis. Several places on the Highlands this week have changed hands. The Wheelhouse place was purchased by Mr. and Mrs. W. Dennett, the 'red Peterson place on the South High lands was sold to W. J. Preston and the O. W. Marshall place on the South Highlands to Mr. Smith of California. Pete Hacker has pur chased 20 acres of sagebrush on the West Highlands. 1 The Highland Bridge Club is meeting today at the home of Mrs. 'red Watkins. ' The Les Amie: Plnochle Club met Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Henry Paulson. Mrs. Bud Sander man won high score, Mrs. Ted Wat kins second high. Mrs. Carl Ben nett, the traveling prize and Mrs. Fred Giles, the consolation prize. 'l'henext meeting will be held on March 9th at the home of Mrs. Fred mil-58m. with a pot luck din ner at noon. Harold Himmelsbach and Bill Dower 0! Yakima were callers at the W. 8. Green home Monday. ‘ Correction: The Highland Needle‘ Club will meet March 15, at the home of Mrs. W. Knight, instead‘ of with Mrs. Henry Leibel, as pre-l viously announced. Bestes E Grocery SPECIALS FO7 FRI. AND SA'i‘. Krispy CRACKERS, 2 Pound Package .._._—___..-29c Hershey's COCOA. 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No. 1 can—2 cans “.___._.__.__..29c As a reminder we're featuring these popular Lenten Foods all this week. Watch our ads throughout the Lenten period for menu and item suggestions to help you plan interesting tasty meals. IG.A Silvalaska Pmk SALMON, 2 l-lb. cans for 29¢ IGA Fancy Alaska Sockeye Salmon, lb. can 25c JUST PHONE 2-5-1 FREE DELIVERY “Where Quality is Always Above Par” LENT BEGINS MARCH 2nd The Weather Nearly a quarter of an inch 0! moisture was measured during the past week. bringing the year's total to about a third of an inch more than was received during the first two months of last year. A total of nearly tWo inches has been measur ed this year. The week’s highs and lows. compared with those of the corresponding week a year ago are given below: 1937 FEb. 17——51-34 Feb. 18—42-32 ‘ Fen 19—37-26 Feb. 20—42-26 Feb. 21—50-41 Feb. 22—55-44 Feb. 23—52-35 WARRANT CALL Benton County, Washington Current Expense—all warrants to and including No. 36199. School Dist. No. 1 Gen—all war rants. School Dist. No. 3 Gen.—all war rants. School Dist. No. 5 Gem—all war rants. School Dist. No. 6 Gem—all war rants. School Dist. No. 7 Gen—all war rants to and including No. 4707. School Dist. No. 11 Gen—all war rants. ‘ School Dist. No. 16 Gen—all war rants. School Dist. No. 17 Gen—all war rants to and including No. 14044. School Dist. No. 20 Gen—all war rants. , School Dist. No. 26 Gem—all war rants. School Dist. No. 29 Gen—all war rants. School Dist. No. 34 Gem—all war rants. . School Dist. No. 36 Gem—all war rants. School Dist. No. 37 Gem—all war rants. School Dist. No. 50 Gem—all war rants. School Dist. No. 52 Gen—all war rants to and including No. 2382. School Dist. No. 53 Gem—all war rants. ‘ School Dist. No. 54 Gen—all war rants. Kennewick Irr. Dist. Maint.—all warrants to and including No. 1205. Priest Rapids Irr. Dist. Maint.— all warrants to and including No. 1176. Riverland Irr. Dist. mint—all warrants to and including No. 10. Sunnyside Irr. Dist. Maint.—all warrants to and including No. 2277. Notice is hereby given that all the above described warrants are pay able at the office of the County Treasurer of Benton County, on or after Saturday, February 26th. 1938. upon which date interest will cease. except on warrants previously calla ed, on which interest has already‘ ceased. Dated at Prosser, Washington. this‘ 23rd day of February, 1938. BEN KNOX. l County Treasurer.‘ ' By Ray Gum-est, Chief Deputy] 1938 42-22 39-30 41-31 40-30 39-29 41-34 46-36 Leo Carrello, Jean Parker and James Ellison. who are stars in Rex Beach’s “The Barrier” at the Liberty Friday and Saturday. Machinery Being Prepared for Asparagus Season 0 Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Schaller of Salem arrived here Monday and are staying at the McClendon apart ments. Mr. Schaller has been em ployed by the Richland cooperative cannery as canner. Work has be gun at the cannery on the machin ery, getting it in readiness for the asparagus pack. Miss Helen Marsch of Kennewick spent Friday visiting Hazel Middle ton. , ‘ Guests at the J. C. Cloninger home Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Dobdall and family of Yakima, Mr. and Mrs. Pace and family of Richland and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Cloninger and family. Mrs. Paul Raugust and ual] son of Moscow are visiting at the home of Mrs. Raugust’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. McCarthy. ‘ Miss Florence Haas. who has been attending business college in Yaki ma visited her parents here this week. ‘ } Mr. and Mrs. Will Kinney of Mab ton. Washington visited at the home iof C. Kinney this week. Chet Wheelhouse was taken to the. Pasco hospital Wednesday aft ernoon. Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Schire man were visitors in Kennewick on Monday. Mr. and Mfs. G. B. Hodgson of Wapato were guests Sunday at the Alice Van Fawn home. Mrs. B. McGhan entertained the members of the social hour club Wednesday at the McGhan home. Mrs. Vic Nelson entertained with two tables of bridge at her home Wednesday afternoon. . Word was received this week of the marriage of Kenneth Hore to Miss Fay Potter of Tacoma. Ken neth is the son of Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Hore of Richland. ‘ Mr. and Mrs. Glen McGhan were business visitors in Walla Walla Wednesday. Pauline McCiendon and Delbert Avery were visitors in Walla Walla Thursday. . H. F. Yedica visited Sunday at the home of his daughter, Mrs. U. Koel ker in Kennewick. ’ Mr. and Mrs. A. Draper and Mr. and Mrs. Barnett attended a Wash ington Cooperative meeting at the L. Tweet home in Finley Tuesday evening. ' Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Pishback, who have spent the past five weeks visit ing at the Paul Fishback home re turned to their home in South Dakota Thursday. ‘ Mrs. Paul Pishhack was a visitor ‘in Spokane Wednesday. ‘ Mrs. Harry Love of Kennewick ;spent Monday visiting at the home ‘of Mrs. Earle Jones. Mrs. Robert Chalet-aft has been ill for the past week with the ﬂu. The infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Krohlins is ill. The Rev. N. E. Anderson of Ta eoma. is visiting at the John Erick son honie. Mr. and 'Mrs. C. 8. Biliington spent Sunday visiting their son M. M. Billington in Sunnyside. Mrs. Skelton entertained Sunday honoring her twin sons, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Allen and family, Dave Allen and Mr. and Mrs. McGinnis. Mrs. LeMsr Oidrich, who has been visiting at the home of her ’father returned to her home in Walla Walla this week. Belair’s “Bet-Ear? and “Better” Bread ‘ GET IT FROM YOUR GROCER KEN NEWICK BAKERY an: my} mum comamß-nmnm Filmed at Mt. Baker Mrs. G. Cheyne is spending the week visiting her daughter Jean in Vancouver. Mr. and Mrs. George Snow, "r. and Mrs. O. Luelloff. Mr. and Mrs. '.I. D. McCarthy and Paul Raugust and small son were Tuesday night [dinner guests at the George Gress home. Art Long lei't Monday for Curfu. where he has secured employment. Willie Dmitruck and his mother were Visitors in Walla Walla this week. Lewis Sloan.. John Dam and Fred White drove to Walla Walla Tues day afternoon to witness a hanging at the state penitentiary. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hanson. who have farmed in Richland for many years across the Yakima river. sold their place this week to Wm. Jones of Wapato, who with his wife and three children have already taken posession of the place. Mr. and Mrs. Hanson have moved to their newly acquired farm west of Rich land, formerly occupied by Alton Glenn. Dr. and Mrs. Benjamin, Dean Keathley, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Har tung and Hrs. Hauisen were dinner guests Sunday at the Koehler home. Mrs. Buehler and Mrs. Waronsky of Sunnyside visited this week at the Koehler home. Melva Hartung. Fern Eby. Ger trude Mackney and Shirley Peter son and Carrol Hartung were Sun day dinner guests of Mary Cheyne. Mrs. John Dam entertained with five tables of five hundred Monday evening. Sydney Belton won high score for the men and Mrs. Bert Grey won high ladies’ prize. Mr. and Mrs. H. Woods and fam ily of Yakima visited over the week end at the home of Mrs. Woods mother, Mrs. Meredith. 1 Hazel Middleton returned to Con nell this week to work." Blanche Tlmmerman and Mr. and uraheesmlthotPaseowereVlslt are in Rlchland Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Millard, Mr. Fletcher and Myrtle Barnett were vlsltors in Spokane Saturday. Too Late to Classify FOR SALE—Fresh Jersey cows. A. Schaffner. Finley, Wash. 48-9 c UPHOIBTERING V— New spring units fitted in davenport and chair cushions. John Ban-man, phone 2601. 45-52;) WORK HORSES Time to go to plowing? buy your horses on our “buy ’em and try 'em” plan. 35 or 40 to choose from. Pick your team now. I ' Farmers Exchange All kinds of Feed and Seed “OVEN-FRESH” Bakery Goods You Can Serve at the Peak of Their Taste! Everything we hate Ia sold the same day . . . usually a tow hon after it I: made. This man- that you can enjoy these «leach-a food: when they taste their best. Get your: “Oven-Freda!” FREE SHOTS As a result of their victory over the Pasco Bulldogs Kennewick will journey to Yakima Friday to take part in the Yakima Valley basket ball toumament. Kennewick's hopes fell when Reymore was injureo. The Lions will open the tourna ment at 10 o'clock Friday night against Selah. top-ranking team from the northern division. If they emerge victorious in this contest they will play the winner of the Prosser-Ellensburg fracas at 7 :30 Saturday night. The boys making the trip are Doyle, Campbell, Smalley. Yedica. Rowland. Keller. Michner. Garber. Quest. Thrasher and manager Yoshino. InthePascogamelastweekthe Lions led all the way and enjoyed al3to6leadathalftime.Atthe end of the third quarter the score was 24-12. In the last period Pasco got red hot and hit the hoop for twelve points while Kennewick could only collect two. Campbell was high with eleven points, Rey more. seven. Doyle and Yedica three and Smalley two. Rutherford had ten points to lead Pasco. The Pasco reserves downed the Kenne wick seconds. iii-17. mam-cum W L Ptc. Prosser 9 1 .900 Kennewick 7 3 .700 Wapato 7 3 .700 Toppenish 4 6 .000 Sunnyside 2 8 .200 Pasco 2 8 .200 Five Months, and ready! Five months old and ready for the market—that’s the goal for the turkey grower to shoot at! Result: Alber’s Turkey Starter Paks n-Mash and Turkey Grower Paks. Let’s Grow the Pullets RIGHT This Year Pallets enjoy coccidiosis protection. Throw Similene in feed. Keep Pullets Growing! The experience of thousands of dlairymen has proved the success of Alber’s Malas-o-Meal. Try it and prove to yourself! REMEMBER—We handle all kinds of fertilizer, feeds and seeds. Erickson Warehouse To Introduce THE NEW—I93B Line of i Automatic Washers 8: Iro'netsi and Our New Department of Frigerators and Radios '3‘ WE ARE GIVING AWAY FREE! A Contest of Skill and Merit! You Gan Solve this Problem AUTOMATIC WASHER m Prise l—Onlyoneentrywmbeaeceptednnmuchumny. 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