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The Kennewick courier-reporter. [volume] (Kennewick, Wash.) 1914-1938, June 23, 1938, Image 4

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For Sustained Energy
WATERY LEAFY FOODS
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BREAD ,
AND OTHER BAKED PRODUCTS
COMMON SENSE EATING
Start your day with toast. Keep the bread
glate filled at every meal with the variety of
reads baked fresh daily at our bakery. Eat a
bowl of cool, nourishing bread and milk fre
quently. Give the children a sustaining “4 o’-
clock lunch” of sandwiches—sandwishes with
meat, cheese, peanut butter, jams and spreads ‘of
all kinds. '
For ECONOMY,-no other foods offer so
much for the money. Bread, sweet rolls and
other bakery products nourish. They sustain
you—they balance.
Eat all the WATERY LEAF foods you want . . .
but BALANCE with BREAD for
sustained energy.
ASK FOR BELAIR’S BE'l'l‘Eß BREAD AT
YOUR GROCER
KENNEWICK, BAKERY
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FRIDAY - SATURDAY a? ‘ .
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June 24.25 .. - - Pittsburgh Pamts
Definition
OLD TIMER: One who can re
member when Memorlel DI! m
an occasion of reverence. not an
opportunity for a trip.
______________
Celebrate Golden I
lWedding Recently I
I RICHLAND—Mr. and Mrs. 'r. J.
Chaleraft, pioneer residents of Rich
lend. celebrated their golden wed
ding anniversary Tuesday, June 21.
T. J. Chalets.“ was married to
Addie E. Burton, June 21., 1838 3‘
Bath 8. ‘Dakote. They eame to
Washingtonin unload settled at
Garfield; wherethey' lived for two
years. They came to Richland in
mlZandsettledontheplaceon
which they now live. ’
; There “‘9 flfllmaren. s]! of
whom were here to help them cele
brate. Walter frmn Gtteway. Mon
tuna, m- Ackley of Portland, Mrs.
McDonald of Seattle. :31: of Benz;
Richlannoglh" M ‘
Welter served atbemrines dur
ing them and Dos-sin served-in
the navy. ‘ '_
Mr. Chelcrsft has me of the fin
est cherry orchards in the district
and is in the midst of harvemn:
one of the biggest crops he has
had. He expects 28 tons of mngs
Mr. ~Chalcrsft has been a, very
active member of the community.
HeisdirectoroftherederalLand
Bank from here, and has been pre
cinct eommitteeman for the Repub
lican party for the past fifteen years
and he and Mrs. Chalmft are set
ive members of Ponona Grange.
Tuesday afternoon from tWo until
five the Chalcrafts held open house
for their friends and neighbors.
Monday morning Arva Weidle,
oldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
John Weidle became the bride of
Stanley Burger: of Camas. ’
Saturday afternoon Mrs. A. 8.
Murray, Mrs. A. Dfickerson and Mrs.
Hugh’Vandine honored Arva Weldle
with a bridal shower at the home of
Mrs. c. A. Kinney. _
Mr. and Mrs. V. lawman and two
daughters of Beetle are visiting at
the home of Mrs. layman’s parents,
Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Dietrich.
The Richlnnd cannery has been
workingadoublecrew.adnyshm
andnnightshifturthelastfour
any; to take care at the bumper
mothingcherriesbeincharvest
ed in the district. Very little dam
age haebeen doné by the recent
MW
Sometime Saturdny or Band”
night the Richland Meat Market
was broken into and robbed of sev
en] dollars worth of tag token}
Berthe- Schuster .and daughter.
Margaret, spent Saturday and Sun
day visiting at the home of Mrs.
G's-"om Gm“-
. Wilma Lueloff ls expected home
thisweektromPunmnn.
Harold Copeland and A. l". Stoops
returned Saturday from the state
stance convention held in Spokane.
Harley E. Chapman, county clerk
and K. E. Seder, deputy prosecutor.
were in Richland Tuesday after
noon.
Mrs. Norblt Timex-man drove
over from Portland Tuesday for
Mannie Tlmmermonanddauzh
ter Blanche, who will make their
home In Ponland .
Mr.andnrs.Bydneyneltonmd
niece Dorothy Relton of Seaside:
OregonmAspgnmmeweek-enn
mmchhnd. ,
Mrs. H. Schaefer. Mr. and Mrs.
Event Bchatfer of autumn. Ore
gon, visited Tuesday at the C. A.
Kinney bong:
"nanéi Middleton of Carmel! spans
Tuesday visiting in Richlgngi. _ _
ms. 0. A. Kinney and daughter.
Margaret. Mrs. Dickerson and Bud
Kirk spent Sunday visiting at the
A. L. Wynans home in Lowden. Bet
ty Kinney who had been visiting
there for the past week, returned
with them. -
"ii-.’ihd’ms. Ralph Smith. Ches
ter Wheelhousgi Mr. 3951 Mrs: .11 J.
Miller, Mrs. Kilkiney, Mr. and Mrs.
George Woods and Mrs. Elmer Han
son attended camp . meeting of the
Adventiét church in College Place
Saturday. -
Mr. and Mrs. A. Purschwitz‘ and
two sons of Boise, Idaho. were din
ner guests at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. R. R. Mclntosh Thursday.
‘ Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Dighton and
Ben Dighton are visiting this week
in Portland and Washougal.
i Grave side services were held at
Ithe Richland cemetery Saturday for
the infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Puette. Thebabywasborninthe
Pasco hospital Thursday and lived
but a few hours. Mrs. Puette is the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George
Tuttle and with her husband has
been teaching school in Alaska for
the past several years.
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Nelson re
turned to Idaho Saturday “WV
ing visited friends in Richlind fbr
afewdays.
Tyrone Power, Alice Eye and Don Amecbe. who m in “In Old
Chicago.” playing at the liberty Friday and Saturday.
Mr.aners.W.l".Bernardand
daughter of Oaksdale visited at the
home of Mrs. L. Stairett and daugh
ter Dorcas.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Purschwltz and
sons returned to their home In
Boise. Idaho Saturday after having
visited friends and relatives here
for thepastweek.
Mrs. neotl Stair-e 1: has purchased
the 8. Carmichael home in Rich
land. Mrs. Carmichael purchased
the place formerly owned by Jeff
‘Shipley.
Mr. and Mrs. Brynn of Pasco were
visitors at the Timmerman home on
Monday.
Harry Dillon. who Is working in
was Wall: spent the week-end in
Richland.
Mrs. M. w. Thompson of happen
fish and her father. Mr. Wright. of
Pasco and Wendell Porter were vis
itors 1n Riemann Tuesdny._ _
Philip Scum attended a re
union of Battery D. 348 F. A. at
Yakima Saturday. There were 17
preeentwtottheorlglnnllflmem-
W iii-s. Earle Jones attended Tues
dayclnbatthehomeotmc.n
Yedlca. 1n Kennewlck.
Dixie Grove, Mr. Peters and Mrs.
Homer (have visited Sunday in
Walla Walla. at the Dr. Rooks home.
J. R. Blown and family ofsuem.
Oregonvmwdsundnyatthehome
ofquvn’s brothet.A.W,Bg-own. _
Mrs: Dixie Grove received word
from her daughter. Mrs. Dean Judd.
matsheendherhushand evpectto
leave Missouri infihe near future
andwillremmtoluchhnd.
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Rev. W. C. Daniels and wife were
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IGA Grapefruit Juice, 46-ounce cans ..........;25e‘
Loose-Wiles CANDY BARS, 3 for "10¢
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IGA MUSTARD, 9-ounce jar “£8
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M. Lampson Wig.
of her yellow mm b}
week and shipped 3“
week. . W h
The annual picmc or in
Friday club will be held It “I‘.
M Nd”. June m.
Those standing the 4.3 M
ut Pullman an m ~
Earl Johns and Glen “h Q
‘the Dairy Club. h
Mrs. Lampoon and “In ~
Sunday with omm km.
the Highlands.
‘ Rev. Cass Finfmck of a“
is holding meeting. M m.
the Eichner building m- m ‘
The .Finfrocks formerly M h.
’ Mrs. Luella. Wm‘
to White Bird. Idaho in“
because to the lei-ion. m.
was hurt by e teen. 11:“
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Milton. where he m ”It
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