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YOU WIN, DEAR,
V WE’LL GO TO THE CIRCLE
MEETING INSTEAD '
They are far above the average— he has iust received
a promotion—she runs the home intelligently and‘
smoothly—bath take an active and leading part in’.
community affairs. In short, they are typical members of
the Neighbors of Woodcraft. They and their fellow Circle
members have learned an important lesson, for behind
the fellowship and sociability of their happy gatherings
lies the securityof protection through low-cost insurance
on standard legal reserve contracts. '
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no finer bicycles made—just what every boy and girl wants. See the new
cushion frame.
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The Five Fine Bicycles Being Offered in
The Courier-Re porter Campaign
Furniture Department on the Balcony
BICYCLES
COMPLETE STOCK IN ALL PRICE
RANGES
Credit Terms May be Arranged With
_ Responsible Parties .
are from our fine line of
Kennewick Valley at the last
meeting in April had the ofleers
put on the program. At the first
meetinginMaytheJuvenileshada
Mother’s Day program and honored
the mothers by presenting corsages.
At the next meeting the chaplain
will conduct a memorial program
and at the last meeting in June will
observe Fathers’ Day. The ladies‘
degree team went to Burbank and
conferred the first and second de
grees Brother Stocking was elected
alternate to state grange. Many
who were members years ago are
reinstating.
Finley entertained Kennewlck
Highlands. April 21st, have three
new members, had a Mother's Day
program, elected J. H. Blrdwell to
fill a vacancy on the executive com
mittee. sent $5.00 to the Red Cross
and elected Mrs. Hattie Erickson as
alternate to state grange.
Vale elected Oscar Anderson alt
ernate to state grange. have four
applications, sent several plants to
sick members and plan a fashion
show by the men the 21st of May.
There was no representation or
report from Whitstran and Rattle
snake granges.
The count at 4 p.m. was Buena
Vista. 9, Horse Heaven 11, Klona-
Benton 5, White Bluffs l. Hanford
2, Vale 5, Locust Grove 2, Kenne
wick Highlands 10, Kennewlck Val
ley 2 and Finley 3.
The charter was draped and me
morial services were held for the
following members, who have passed
away during the year: Sister Effie
Case. charter member of Battle
snake, a silver star member and wife
of the late state deputy, Brother U.
8. Case, Bro. Ben 0. Root. put mas
ter from Hanford. Dr. F. S. Hedger,
past master of mom-Benton, Sister
Albert Grell of White Bluffs and
Brothers George Schernitski and
James Rickert of Vale.
Sister Copeland announced the
fair at Vale next September and
asked that preparations be made
for exhibits at that time.
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(Continued From Pace 1)
m KENNEWICK (WM) comm-3mm
Brothers D. 1.. Reason. Carl wu
llams end Berry Jones were up
pointed to arrange for caravans to
the wheat growers meetings on June
16 in Spokane and on June 17 in
Pendleton.
The committee to work with Bro.
J. M. Nelsen. advertising manager
Grange News. was Sisters Am R.
W. Woods, Maude Hartman. Pearl
Mahoney and Brother Prater.
Brother Gilbert Clodfelber was
elected alternate to state grunge.
Twelve candidates were initiated
in the fifth degree.
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Travis, Mr.
and Mrs. D. L. Henson, Mrs. Louis
Anderson and Mrs. E. R. Mcßee
were introduced as members of the
Horse Heaven grunge who have been
members 25 years and are therefore
entitled to a silver star.
A vote of thanks was extended
to Horse Heaven for the splendid
hospitality.
Thenextmeetingwillbeatzpm.
June 11th at Rattlesnake grange.
Prognni
Opening song, “America the Beau
tiful.”
“Advance Geography," Juvenile
grange.
Plano solos, “Aphrodite" and
“Strut Miss Lizzie” by Mrs. John
Tomaski.
“Indian Relics." Jay Perry.
Round, “The Lame Crane.” ’
Reading, Mrs. Rodney Travis.
Pomona. grange closing song. all.
—Allce B. Ayers, reporter.
Miss Helen Williams. daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Dick Williams of At
talia. became the bride of Cecil King
of Walla Walla Monday. The young
couple was united in marriage at a
simple ceremony at Prosser with the
Rev. Coudy of the M. E. church of
ficiating. '
The bride wore a beautiful rose
wood dress with blue accessories
and acreage of rosebuds and sweet
peas. Her parents and sister, Lily,
were also in attendance at the wed
ding. She has been employed at the
Arrow Grill for over a year and is
a graduate of Two Rivers high
school with the class of '3B.
Following the ceremony the party
drove to Walla. Walla. and attended
a wedding dinner at the Charles
King home with twenty guests at
tending. '
After the reception the . young
couple took a. short honeymoon trip
to Pendleton.
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KENNEWICK
Guésts Surprise
Kenn. Valley Folk
KENNEWICK VALLEY Rev.
and Mrs. R. B. Holden were very
pleasantly surprised Monday when
Mrs. Holden's sister and brother-in
iaw. Col. and Mrs. A. White of
Junction City. Oregon. stopped in
for an extended visit.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. E. Lum re
ceived word Thursday of the birth
of a grandson born to Mr. and Mrs.
Edward Lum at Ellensburg.
Strawberry picking is in full
blast with good yields, but prices
unsatisfactory.
Mrs. Sam Schultz is expected to
send the week-end at the home of
her parents.
Mrs. Hueston returned to her
home at Everett after several days’
visit at the home or her brother.
John Marsh.
Miss Helen Marsh washome over
the week end from Cheneyfl 7
0. 'l'. Bolton spent a féw days
theflrstoftheweekatProsser.
Ward and Fay Rupp spent the
week-end visiting their brother.
Boyd Rupp at Hoquiam.
Miss Fay Rupp returned to Med
ical Lake to her work Monday att
er a. ten days' illness at home.
Mr. and Mrs. 1. Better of Port
land. Oregon were dinner guests of
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Kennett last
Thursday.
Mrs. Helen Russel of Seattle
came Monday to vlslt her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Williams.
Mrs. Lee Lampson had guests
Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Lamp
son, Grandma lampson and Mrs.
Don Peters and two children 0:
Butte, Montana. who are visiting
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bruce
Lampson.
Miss Belle Bennett of Pendleton
came Sunday for an indefinite visit
withhersister.Mn.C.E.Lmn.
Kennewick Valley grunge meets
my 20. Ladies please bring cake.
com coussxo'm
nocmmas
'l'heßoardor Gmmtycommis
sionmmetatthelrotflcemya,
Matllun..allmemhmbelns
present.
Claimsagainst Benton County
wereapprovedandordetedpald
fromtheproperftmdsastonm:
Current Expense Fund
27062 to 27145 inc. ___34.388.48
Public Assistance Fund
77 to 124 inc. ..._— 1,908.15
County Road Fund
m to 2622 inc. _..—_.. 9.94354
On motion the Board or County
Commissioners adjourned to meet
June 1. 1938 at 11 a.m. ,
H. E. CHAPMAN.
IClerkoftheßoardomemty
Commissioners.
Make
her happy with the
gift of‘gifts . .
NO OTHER GIFT
CAN MEAN SO MUCH
Watches
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Men’s MESH POLO SHIRTS ‘
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Boys’ . Cotton POLO SHIRTS
Medium weight 1*
Full, Double Bed Size SHEETS ‘
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Infant’s Hand-made DRESSES ‘
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