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Eastern Folk ‘
Visit Pierts' ' _ i
may-Mn. Aden: Get-ten. Mn.
Florence Get-ten and daughter.
Dorothy. of at. Pun. m and niece
of Henry Piert, spent the week-end
at the Henry Hex-t home. The Ger-l
tens and Mr. end Mrs. Henry Piert
left Sundny for Vancouver tor n
short visit with relatives.
Elmer Smeltler called at the c. C.
Walk home Wednuday.
Mrs. Ed O'Balr has been on the
sick list the past week.
Mr. and hire. Prank Beaver and
I . Friday-Saturday ill
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COMPANY, Kennewick‘ ‘* - t
children of Seattle lelt Thursdey
for their home, utter spending the
Last few days visiting with m. and
31m. Harold Witham. Mrs. Withsm
;end Mrs. Beaver are sisters.
! Jesse Grimshaw and children at-i
tended the circus in Walla. Well:
Friday.
i Marie Bean left Monday for a
month's visit with her sister in
California. ‘
Mrs. Bunley Stillweu m a visit
or at the Dr. Epply home in pasco‘
Saturday evening. '
Fred Johnson. who has been em
ployed in Dumping visited at his
home Sunday.
JUST ARRIVED
LIVING ROOM
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FURNITURE DEPARTMENT
On the Balcony
Floor Sander
§ SAFE sun:
1 ECONOMICAL
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Week's Belt m
Creamed Chicken With Peppers—
Cook 3 tablespoons flour in 2 table
spoons bubbling hot water: add
’slowly ‘6 teaspoon salt, dost cay
lenne, 1 teaspoon chopped parsley
and grating of nutmeg: cook until
thick and smooth: add 1% cups of
diced cooked chicken: add 1,5 cup
oigreenpepperscutinsmallpleeeo.
heat thoroughly. turn into heated
dish and sprinkle lightly with the
.browned crumbs before serving.
Kitchen Kinks
There are so many numbers of
ways in which dishes may be wash
ed and wiped satisfactorily that
there is no one “best way.” Any
'dish will wash more easily if food
has not been alloyed to dry on it.
Hot water cooks starches and pro
teins of eggs. Dishes containing
these should be soaked in cold wa
ter. The reverse is true of sugary
and syrupy dishes, which need hot
water.
A Style Hint
Gray is becoming more popular?
among late spring and summer;
shades. Not only does it appear in
the solid color but as a background
for multicolored prints, in striped
amusements with more vivid
shades and in dotted motifs. Mar
quisette and often sheer fabrics of
'dark gray tone are employed.in
steadotnavyorblackinthecrea-
tion of interesting daytime outfits.
Nets, lace and chiffons are stressed
for evening. usually brightened by
some other color, such as bright
blue or pink.
The Home Gardener
With. _a favorable season, lawns
canbemadenleelyttthutimeot
year,utheaeedlfplantednowwm
mucosa-Inmate beforerealhot‘
mtherurl’mmmutionof‘
need on the lawn Is um. 80‘
first scatter the seeds lengthwise
endthencrouwlaeottheplot.Bo
_amegroundulevelandwellnked
'over first. Itdoeonot puytouse
lanybuttheverybestgrmaeed.
Honcho“ mum
Apples peeled. cored and baked
lnpineapplejuieemkeatemptinz
dish . . . For 1 darker chocolate
cakeusedarkhrownmundedd
halteteupoonoipowderedcloves
. . . In preparing simple cooling
drinkstorwarmmthertryulinc
mmpstorsweetenincdtmixea
mom {ind does not settle at
thebottom like granulated.
Sea level refers to the level of the
surface of the sea; specifically. this
level at its mean position, midway
between high and low water. adopt
ed as a standard for the measure
ment of heights. 4
SEE LADY FLOAT ovet samene—
one of hundred new mysteries ct
Toby Rad's Tent Mn Satur
gay. Lune: free with paid admis
on. "
hour.
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Sea. Incl
[Highlanders Honor
'Bride-to-eße '
mamxms—urs. no any end
was Bertha Doerlnx nttended a
shower Gummy at the home of
Mrs. 'r. w. Pane. which was liven
In honor of Miss Maxine Bitten. “who
Sunday became the bride of Charla
Peter. Ind-
Kenneth Creesiand of Gnudview
my. guest Tuesday arm. and Mrs.
Ed Ray.
nus. Wheelhouse and sons are
moving this week from the High
lands to a home in Kennewlok.
Eldon Durkee was a. dinner guest
of Miss Mary Green Wednesday
evening.
The Highland Sewing Club will
meet next Westley. Jgnezsth at
the home of Mrs. Pete Erickson.
Miss Viola Forster arrived home
Saturday evening from W. 8. 0.
Mrs. Ed Lope and mother, Mrs.
Hummel and house guest. Mrs. Ger
vads, visited with Mrs. Bob Simme
llnk 1n Horse Heaven, who has been
quite ill.
Mrs. P. W. Hampton returned on
Tuesday evening from a week's bus
iness trip in Portland.
\ Mr. and Mrs. Ed Lupe attended
the American Legion and Legion
‘Auxiliary picnic in the park Thurs-
day evening.
Mrs. M. J. Hunter is expected to
arrive this week-end for a visit at
ithe home of Mr. and Mrs. Ed
gCrooks.
Mrs. T. C. B town is attending
state Pl2lO. convention in Spokane
this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Bay were 'Yak
im visitors on Monday.
Miss Betty Sonderman left Wed
am y for Tacoma “to visit rela
yes.
Mrs. Earl mymore was called to
Richland this week. due to the ser
iousness lllnes's of her mother.
Dr. Morrison of Pullman was a
guest Saturday at the Ed Ray home.
CmCollllle
A slight car accident occurred
Monday Incl-pm :1: tl}; Withgr's
corner-1n which 'our mail man. 01'-
in Bienhart and. Jag]: Rona glam-
edthelrcars,bitttheyreeeivedfio
Injuries.
Kr. Ind Mrs. John Ross hevei
returned from o short nation;
spent.vlsltin¢ relatives in Battle. i
unmammmsn.‘
WMOWMNW.‘
She accompanied Dr. end an
funeyotSpoune.
unendlln. sl3.oth
son, Billy. were Friday eventing
guests at the n. w. Withers home.
mmamu
rivedhstweektomkehuhome
thismmmerwlthhhountondtm
cle. m. and Mrs. Tony layer.
“Elsi-sadletttodny for
Touchettovlfltotthec.R.Jm
strumhome. ”.W.!!!
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terofOrderotmternsm.“
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cuestntthehomeotherhrother
Edupenndtnmny.thepnstten
days. left Tuesday! evening for
herhomeinmssouln.nontnnn.
mmennpenndhomesuest.
Mrs. Gemls o! Missonln. Monw
‘tann,GladysKelsonndMl-s.w.s.‘
Green nttended a seven o'clock din
ner Prldny evening at the home of
Mrs.nlinnlemrd.pnstmntron of
theEnsternßtar. Itwnsgivenby
the hostess to honor the officers.
which served underherthepnst
yenr.
Imam-lam brother
md'ueofswthmmm
'l'hnrsdnytovislt. Promherethey
ungotoAluhtovutnsonnnd
theirnephemmmcmstensen.
They ufiect f 0 heme shout tom
manna. ~ H ~
mwmclub'hlch
m to have met m the home
of Mrs. Bruce M has been
postponed until next Thm'ldny.
June 30th.
Hr. end Mrs. Roosevelt Christen
sen and funny ere vlsltlnc this week
with relatives IniYaklma.
Mrs; I". L. Devls. Mrs. w. L. For
nker end daughter. Viola. visited on
laundey at the A. 0. Fry home near
Plnley.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Schuneman o!
Paseoand Mnnnd Maurine”:
motored to finches Sunday. taking
Elaine and hr! Taylor to their
game after spending the past month
1 ere.
Miss nary Green arrived home
Seturdsy noon otter spendlnz a.
week with reletlves in Spokane.
‘ Miss Betty Mueller has arrived
home to spend the summer with her
parents on the West Highlands, att
er spending the school term in Ore
con.
Mr. end Mrs. Adan: of Kenne
wlck were Sunday evening guests
at the P. L. Davis home.
w. 8. Green end 8. w. Withers
were Walla Wnun business visit
ors Monday -
- mm to Town
.Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Bishop and
family moved to townthls week and
willspendamonthatthehomeot
www.mmnynobm
before mm for their new home in
Oregon. JackerghtolCeutor-nla
who recently purchased the place
mtedhytheßlahomtookpoeee
slonthls'eek.
Mrs. Gladys Keno. Mrs. Ed Lupe.
MnEJ.&tndmdMn.W.B.
Greenettendeda“teo"Bundnyot
the home of Mrs. Berry Linn.
which was given honor-tn: In.
JennieChemgau-undltaterepre-
Baby Arlene 811:1de
unand Mrs.chryßmlth.mt
mm'eekofhermndporents.
:sentatlve of the Order of Eastern
58hr.
rut. mun. Hemmebel, vim.
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WHERE snow AND FLOWERS MEET
Here one has i glimpse of some of the 556 veriefiee of wildflowers that
bloom on the alpine meadows of Mt. Rainier National Park. The mountain,
tisingnurlythreemileeabovethe PadficOcumiemoffltemostpopuhr
ym-tmdphygrmmds infineWecLameoafot-tourists irondlparteoi
the country. 11"} picture releaeed through cooperation of Washington State
Progreee Commim’on and Wading!” Newspaper Publisher! Associau'on,
of which tlu'e newspaper is a attaining member
Dr. Capell Returns
From Medical Meet
Dr. and Mrs. H. J. Capell and Miss
Dorothea Bechtel returned Tuesday
evening from a two weeks trip to
San Francisco. While there the doc
tor and Mrs. Capell attended the
American Medical association and
auxiliary convention, to which over
7000 doctors and their wives were in
attendance. There were ducal-a
prsent from India. mm and var
ious other foreign countries. While
there the Capella also attended the
Rice Bowl celebration in China
town. San Francisco. where over
250,000 people were gathered.
LEGION PICNIC
'nermlnatlngtheyeu's activities‘
www.mymm
Legion and the Americas: 1m
Auxiliaryajointpicnicmheldb!
thuet'oaunmlnthepu'k
this evening. About'lem-fl'fi‘
umtheirvlvesmdudsmbled
atdx-thirtytopertukeotthehotm
titulehowplusieecreemtndlun-
anulepx-epu'edhythelsdles.= At
eighto'clockthemboylu
paired to their lull where they
electedotlleenendmnnetedlml
‘neuprepentorytovindinsupthe
yeer'smelnuntiltheweekbetae
thestateconventlon. momm
tionthisyeerwillheheldinnell-
inch-mendwinheuttendedbythe
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COFFEE
I Pound ....‘SO
3pm....“0
WHITE
Beans
‘0 Pounds 39E
7 WAX BEANS
Favorite
13%;?”25e
Hominy
VAN CAMP’S
3 1:123” 25c
Hour
Harvest Blossom
24 Pounds 730
49 Pounds . . 31.13
Jar L 133 ‘
Kerrreg.,3doz.2sc
Economy .19c
KerrßallMason _
2dozen4sc
JeEEite
FRUIT PECTIN
2 Bottles .150
Tvo “Cleopatn's Needles”
There we two obelisk! known a
“Cleopatra‘s Needle.” on In New
York City's Gentnl park. the other
on, the Thames embankment, Lon
don. '
Nb
Onceuponuumethu'emt
CANNING SUGAR
Kennewick Cash ProduceOo.
Phone 541 W
mgtirday, Mm
Dependable COFFEE, 2 pounds . “t‘
Alber’s FLAPJACK FLOUR. 21 um
Post BRANFLAKI‘B, package . . ;1*
Kellogg’s Krumbles, 2 packages fl
PEACHES, Halves-o-Gold, 2m ”i“
SPAGHEITI, Franco-Amer’n, 2 an: 1
Sweet Pickles 0:. x.
FLOUR “3535“ 2341;.” 233
IVORY SOAP Sm 6... ~-
Canterbury TEA lb. . . . . 55°
CRACKERS m, 2-lb. box 170
Libby’s PEAS, 3 sieve, 2 N 0.2 tins . 25'-
WHEATlES,2packages ”4.2.!
WHEATHEARTS, package . . .19“
SPRY,DogFood,tin . It
WaldorfTlSSUE,6rolls .. . . 253
See us for
Best price in town!
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Swayzes Reta...
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KENNEWICK y .
C. Swayze attemw
convention .t w u
She returned M
firm .Who spam h‘
t ere.
M (1 Mn
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Bob were Ylflm. H
day. M h‘
Mrs. Lee I.4mm
Federated Wm!“ “N‘
tion at Wall. Wm. H ‘
Mrs. J. E. Odom H; H“
Spokane for o. "It.
Mrs. Gordon tall
Green on “tram" Qt z~
er paren , m»,
Elliott. um ”I I 4
Twenty member: a h '
aid of the M. E. m
ent at the recum- M
day end a potluck dln- ,
‘ed at noon. .
The Fourth mg” ‘.
has been m m
it: will be It the m‘
um. .
TheWufi"
More than hell on “1,.
tell during the m g“
was nothing like the N
swept some nearby ~*
week. There we; run . h
the seven days. but .u ¢.
of .61 fell Friday am a U’
Temperatures for h .'.
those of last. your m:
1937 .
June IM-fis ...
June 17—70-52 u
June 18—68-55 g.
June 19—71-58 g.
June 20—68-50 ...
June 21—87-57 ...
June 22—70-51 ..

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