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The Kennewick courier-reporter. [volume] (Kennewick, Wash.) 1914-1938, July 07, 1938, Image 5

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! Mr- end Mrs. A. E. Misner
Fl 2", end wire and son Jervis
d” lam and Mr. and Mrs.
l , mi. of seattle..Mrs. Mannie
uh”. sister and will be
M as Mrs. Dorothy
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”and m p. H. Durham and?
M” were Walla Walla visitors
%' Mrs. Arthur Anderson’
I! ’W stopped here en- 2
”19 their home in Council aft
fim in the Cascades. 3
“w Williams of Davenport
“any double holiday visiting at
u'l‘W of his parents. Mr and
”17.0. Williams.
I,- md ms. Philip Hawkins of
”up spent the week-end visiting;
. W here and in Richiand. . ‘
W Csrnahan of Yakima is
w... two-weeks’, visit at the
me! her grandparents. Mr. .and
m 3 R. 08111311811. 1
W campbell is spending this
we! visiting with his sister, Mrs.
GD matey in Seattle. r
[rand Mrs Kari Reese of Hood
W m Tuesday after spending
me week-end visiting relatives here.
m, and Mrs. J. H. Siegfried and ‘
mi. Bob and Joe. arrived home on '
my. Mr. Siegfried attended the
W convention at San Fran
” Mrs. Siegfried visited with
master at Palo Alto. and attend
all s luncheon given by the Cali
{a-nis Council of Republican Wo-’
m, She met many interesting
was, including Mrs. H. A. Hoover.
hemmed with his parents for a
m 'eeks' vacation here. ,
up Gertrude Nicholaus spent:
a. seek-aid visiting at the home ‘
d barrister, Mrs. George Beanie:- in
m. .
The Catholic ladies are holding a '
module on Saturday, July 9 at Mc- .
M's Grocery. ‘ ,2}
In. H. G.~Bracken and daughter, ‘ .
Imm left Tuesday for Seattle. -
money. will visit before return- ‘
into their home at Los Angeies. I,
mm Mrs. Edger Giéheatgaigd
fun" t the Week-en t ,2
name?» Mr. Gilbert is’at-
More summer" session at the
My Normal school. ‘
Kr. and Mrs. J. W. Kaye, Mrs.
Balanced: and'Tom Colgln, an of
Place. South Dakota; spent the
Mleholidey as gueetsat the Lar
ry-Oliver home. The party was en,
Me to their home after attendlng
epoiitieel meeting in Seattle. Mrs.
[eye will be remembered here as
blower Miss Kory Harvey, music
Tenor in“ the local schools;
. and Mrs..'rimothy Finn of
nuns were Fourth of July callers
“he 1". A. Viager home. They.
m-enmte to their home after a.
m st Lewlston.
no line: Mary and Anne. Stein- ‘
mend Hulda Reese returned to;
m Sunday atterrspending the ;
111-end visiting here. Miss Ella
in; who hes'been here i'Or the
film weeks accompanied them]
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:Palmolive‘ TOILET SOAP, 3' barsifors ......_.;...,19c.
CTystal White SOAP, 5 giant 5123.175. ....i...,.‘..'....1..;199
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---IGA CLEANSER, 4 cans ~for 18°
IGA‘White Carbolated Toilet 8.63;), '4 bars ...;170
Red “A” COFFEE, 3 pounds fog; 43c
Reliance LemomJuice, &ouni:e hall féfi1.1...4-10c’
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fi‘Shaker SALT, 2—2—lb; 'paagggés 13c
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Idaho small wfi’ite BEANS, 10 pounds _......--39e
IGA CORN STARCH, 3—l-Ib. papkages m2se
IGA BLACK PEPPER, 2-ouneg can 5e
IGAeDe Luxe CATSUP,2—-14ei‘nmce bottles 29c
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IGA Oval SARDIN ES, mustard or tom., can We
IGA CORNED BEEF, 12-ounce can ..........:.19_c
IGA Salad Halves PEARS, No. 2% can "“7721"
IGA Grapefruit JUICE, 46-oz. can ...............25c
IGA Tomato JUICE, 46-ounce can We
IGA Sifted Sweet PEAS,.2—’-No. 2 cans ".....-290
IGA Green BEANS, 2—No. 2 cans 27¢
IGA VEG-ALL—No. 300 can, 2 cans ‘""",‘~’""27c
IGA Whole Kernel CORN, Wet or dry pack 15°
IGA Large CORN FLAKES, 3 packages. ...25c
GRAPENUTS, package. 166
IGA Dawn TISSUE, 3 rolls ”170
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Mr. and Mrs. 'r. A. Wylie, Mr.
and Mrs. Jess Duncan and Mrs. Col
ley at Walla Walla were Fourth of
July visitors in Kennewick. Mr. and
Mrs. Duncan visited at the L. E.
Johnson and I. N- Mueller homes
and other friends here. Mrs. Dun
can and Mrs. Mueller are girlhood
,i'riends. _ _
? Mrs. C. N. Chapin arrived Satur
day and is spending a two week’s
; vacation visiting at the home of her
sister, Mrs. E. A. Ferrell.
; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Maupin and
small son, Dickie, drove to Milwau
:kie Sundaymorning to spend the
double holiday visiting at the home
of Mrs Maupin’s parents, Mr. and
Mrs. B. S. Miller. Mrs..Maupin andj
son remained for a visit while Mr.l
Maupin returned home Monday. 1
f The Misses .Minnie Reese, Mar
garet Hawkins and Katherine Ponti
returned to Kennewick Saturday
after spending a two week's vacation
motoring to Yellowstone National
gPark, the Grand Canyon, and oth
er points or interest. Miss Betty
Schuehle, who accompanied them,
:returned to her home in Seattle by
way of Portland. Miss Ponti spent
the week-end as guest of Miss Haw
kins before returning to her home
in Prosser.
3 Miss Ruth Mueller. who is at
tending Cheney normal school, spent
the week-end visiting at home.- .
Miss Patty Savage of Spokane
spent the week-end visiting at the
home of her uncle, M. F. Maher.
The Misses Valeria Holcomb and
Olive Brue 01’ Olympia arrived here
Saturday morning to spend the
double holiday visiting at the home
of their parents.
The annual picnic of the Baptist
church and school will be held in
the park Friday afternoon and eve
ning.
Mrs. Joe J. Holden of Sioux City,
lowa was visiting her aunt and un
cle~ at the Baptist parsonage over
‘the week-end. She left Tuesday to
visit in Banners Ferry, Idaho before
returning home. '
Miss Margaret - Reed, who has
spent the past month at the home
of her aunt; Mrs. .G.. H. Shanafelt
in Seattle retin'ned home last Pri
‘day afternoon, ‘ . ‘
I Mr. and Mrs. L. H. .White and
1 daughter Marie were visitors at the
F. M. Bentley man. 8. Reed homes
on the Fourth. The Whites were
former residents Mr. White being
Linotype operatdr in the local print
ing office for several yem. ‘He says
he is sure that ~Charlie2Bprague,
publisher .of .1: Salem. newspaper,
in which town the ..Whites. nowirree
side, is sure to be elected governor
in that state. as‘outside; of, the._.uh
ion support, 1118. democratic oppom
ent does not stand iiery highly. j
1 Among the visitor's at the Ken
newick Rodeo were Dan Long, his
wife and daughter of Hemmer. .
E. 8. Black. local School super
intendent, who is spending the sum
mer Vacation on the coast, arrived
yesterday morning to attend the
regular * monthly meetim of .the
school board. lie-returned last eve-
Mrs. G. H. Shanafelt, son Gene,
and Jane Throckmorton came over
from Seattle the last of the week to
attend the celebration here. Gene
and Jane returned Tuesday morn
ing, but Mrs. Shanafelt will remain
for a long visit with her sister. Mrs.
R. E. Reed.
Mr. and Mrs. Archie Bishop drove
to Elgin Sunday. They visited her
parents at Weston on the way back
and brought Wanda, who has been
visiting her grandparents. for the.
past month, home with them. -
. Mri and Mrs. John Kinkaid and
family 01 Enterprise. Oregon are
spending their summer vacation inj
Kennewick at the Kinkaid and
Bradshaw homes. -
Mr. and Mrs. Russel Lawson of
Spokane have been visiting her par;
ents Mr. and Mrs. George Bradshaw.
_Kessler Campbell, who has been
111 was able to return to his work
Tuesday night.
‘ Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wilson of
Prosser visited at the Ben Winkle
home the first of the week;
Mr. and Mrs. V. W.‘ Bird and
daughter Frances spent the week
end visiting friends at Elberton.
Gene Britton was a Sunday visit
or in the Cascade mountains above
Leavenworth. ‘
Tom B rown of Tacoma Spent the
double holidays at the home of his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Brown.
Mrs. C. F. Winkenwerder enter
tained with a table of bridge Tua
day afternoon honoring Mrs G. H.
Shanafelt who is visiting here. Mrs.
H. W. Withers won high honors for
the afternoon.
Dr. Brunn is attending a conven
tion in Seattle this week. He is ex
pected home the first of the week.
Wyatt Moore, 21, and " Lavina;
Bingham, 19, both of Selah; were
united in marriage last Saturday by.
Justice 0. F. Winkenwerder.- ’
Mrs. c. N. Chapin of Seattle is
visiting over the holidays and this
weekatthehomeofhersister,urs.
E. Ferrell.
Miss Lillian Jordan. Thelma
Amon, Mark Mizum, Floyd. Harris
land Jim Beste returned to San
Francisco Monday morning after
spending two‘ days‘ visiting-relatives
and friends here. Some of the mem.
bers'of the party had never seen a
rodeo or had never been out of the
state of California and were well
pleased with the celebration and enm
Joyed the trip very much. . V , \
Miss Verna Michaeison has. moved
into the I". H. Lincoln residenee. '
Mrs. O. R. Richter-and son Rudy
of Ritzville were double holiday vis
itors in Kennewick. 'i ‘
Mrs. Elsie Mitchell and son are
planning to'leav'e ‘theiatter parrot
the week for their home at Owes
i'ields, Alberta, Canada..atter spend
ing the week visiting her" daughters
here. Miss Jean Mitchell plans to
retum with her mother for a two
weeks’ vacation.
George Blackman and Sigurd 81-
meuson of Wells Walla were Fourth
ofJulyguestsattheC.H.thk~
man home here“: .. , -
Clarence Yedico _left Wednesday
morning on ozbusineas'h'lpfio Spo-
Walter Hembree, drove oVer (min
the OCC camp at Goldendale to
spend the double holiday with his
mother, Mrs; Elizabeth Hembree. .
‘ Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Toyior
and Mrs. Elsie Taylor. of Pasco and
Mrs.. Myrtle Mace werellourth of
July dinner ayests at the home'oi'
ms. Elizabeth Hembree.
.Mr.mdnrq.H.E.Copelandand'
daughter, Miss Pearl nary, returned
Wednesday from a two weeks’ vaca
tion trip to Oregon and Calfiornia.
Mr. Copeland was a delegate to the
Kiwanis International convention in
.. Alger Pettijean arrived Tuwday
from Seattle-Jo spend a few days
visiting relqfivei gnd,_trlends here.
Next month".s3ler‘will enter In the
Naval Airedale-“qt, Bend Point; ~
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ing Mrs. Jae Payne at her home
this afternoon. The gifts were
brought in by Orin Luddlngton who
delivered them- in a. decorated
Among the week-end guests at the
F. l". Beste home were Mr. and Mrs.
Arthur Thrasher and Dr. and Mrs.
H. Lewis ‘of Hood River: and Mr.
sud Mrs. W. L Graver or mewater.
Other Fourth of July guests were
Rudy Richter of Ritzville and Dr.
P. 0. Stone and family. ‘
Miss Marie Spiegelberg is leaving
today for Waptto, where she will
visit for the next month with Miss
Dorothy Reynolds. who is recuperat
ing from an operation. Miss Spieg
elberg has recently returned from
Stony Plains, Alberta. Canada where
she has been visiting her sister, Mrs.
E: Eberhardt. She spent the week
end visiting friends here. Miss Rey
nolds was also a. former Kennewick
resident, having been employed by
the P. P. a: L. company here. ‘
Mr. and Mrs. Will Cole and Mrs}
Frank Esmay and son George of Se- 1
attle spent the Fourth with theirl
sister, Mrs. Cora Van Nostrum. Mrs:
Wheeler Pratt and two children,‘
Wayne and Bonnie, of Mabton ment!
the week-end visiting with ha mo
ther, Mrs. Van Nostram. Bennie‘
remained for an extended vacationl
with her grandmother.
A. A. Ahderson' and three daugh
ters motored to La. Grande, Oregon
today.
Don Duffy of Pullman is visiting
thisweekatthehomeorhistath
as; E- 1m:- 7 ,
Kuhn-e club met at the home of
Mrs.R.E.Reedthisafternoonwdth
Mrs. 'r. B. Hamehild winning high
honors and MrsLGlennA-Pelton, sec
ond high. . . ‘ 7
The C. H. 2 13d Webber,
Curran,Chellls an -Ufllln'xeolker
fammessnndllrs. ,mh'enjoyed
a picnic supper.“ ' mun-home
Mondly; mums. . ~, -
Mr. mun-s. mm spent.
the week-em! ate lake Occur d’-
'Alene. g _ ,
Mrs C. Lm‘md son and
Mrs. Gun-an and daughter
are enjoying a vacation at the RW
ell cabin. in the mquntains above
Miss Milane- Mambo! Portland
is spending a twq-,week’s vacation
at the an Yemen home.
The wrus. or the u. E church
will meet in the putter a picnic at
one o’clock Tueadggaub 12
M!" (W! Mrs: - gym of‘
guests at the ,c. f... Muder
home. *4!“ 3w
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‘ Mr. and Mrs. John Ferguson and
daughter Josh left, for Potlatch. Ida.
manday. While there they plan
to have Joan‘s tonsils ermoved.
Mr. and Mrs. c. H. Blackman and
son Junior spent Sunday visiting
relatives in Walla Walla. ‘
Mrs. 'l'. w. Payne spent Monday
and Tuesday visiting relatlvu in
Walla Walla and enjoyed a picnic in
the state park at Waltsburg the
Fourth. .
lesterß.Larsonisspendingefew
days this week in Spokane.
Sixteen me-bers of the Hopitu
and Nissaki Camp Fire girls groups
enjoyed a picnic in the park Wed
nesday evening. The girls enjoyed a
swimming party which was follow
ed by the picnic.
Mr. and Mrs. M. l". Matter and
children enjoyed a. £llqu reunion
at the Mallet home in Walla Walla.
Sunday.
Mrs. Adams who has been visiting
her daughter. Mrs. Sam Schuster
for the past month. returned to her
home at" Milwaukie Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Hudson
spent the weekend at Sunrise Park.
DR. SCHILLING ATTENDS
SUBIMER SCHOOL IN IDAHO
With a delegation from the
Church of Our Saviour in Pasco. Dr.
Frederick A. Schilling, rector also
of the local Episcopal Church, St.
Paul’s, has left to attend the sum
mer school of the District of Spo
kane. The summer school, which
lasts this year from July 5 to 15.
is maintained regularly at the beau
tiful camp owned by the District on
MacDonald Point, Lake Goeur d'-
Alene. in the Idaho Panhandle. The
‘purpose is to afford opportunity for
clergy and lay church workers to
meet in common study of church
problems and objectives as well as
Biblical and historical subjects At
the same time the occasion gives an
excellent setting for rest and recrea
tion The Episcopal Church of this
district owns a fleet of boats and a
full equipment for sports and
amusements The camp is well fur- a
Inished with cabins. mess hall, show
-lers, a chapel. and lecture halls The
many program begins with Holy‘
Communion and ends with a Com-l
piine service. Bishop Edward M.
Crossisinchargeotthecampand
of its devotional exercises. This
year several clergymen of the dis
trictwillcollaborateinthegivingof
special courses, among them, not
ably, one on "Modern Problems" by
Dean: MacAlliste‘ r of the Cathedral
.9, . There-are also several
mama“ from the
educational and women's auxiliary
organizations of the National Coun
cil. During Dr. Schillinz's absence
at this summer school'there will be
no services at St. Paul's Church.
They will be resumed on July 24.
WE WANT to fill this I’ll! With good new” homo
every week. You an help us. When y know an
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we'll ' 'echu it. Phone No. One-Double-Ono. ’
TOWNSEND PICNIC
Then win he (Muscat! whale
mmeparkslmdny. July 10 at which
amethemuthemmuon
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