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' July 21. 1938.
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‘ "a “m spending the WEEK
in; the m, where he left his
an”, ‘ week or two. They are
.g Deg MOIOBS.
I“: and m, w. J. Skinner and
’11; "mu m, and Mrs. Glenn
F“ “d {W enjoyed a' picnic
» m the American River.
“m Joan skinner at the Camp
:0!” camp Rogauunda, where
*im spend the next two weeks.
“hwt Towne left for her
“ “ Rosalia Wednesday after
me past week as house
fl! 0! her sorority sister. MIBB
‘l‘” Copeland. Miss Cope
.W with a luncheon on
- . honoring her guest and.
We Saturday evening at
“fiche Henke is spending this
”a mung relatives in Yakima.
m hm have received the
Merit of the marriage of
D m pan] to Bains Weaver.
M m married June 26 in
W‘ The bride is the daugh-
I of Kr. and Mrs. Howard Paul,
w Kennewick resident.
It. and Mrs. O. H. Luddington
d m were Sunday dinner guests
‘ the E. U. Luddington home in
m a. Hume is visiting at the
w of her daughter in Ta
‘ this Mk.
m Biggie and Jes Pain were
when! visitors at White Swan.
mud Mrs. C. Brunn have re
wind nun Clarkston, where they
um called by the death of Mrs.
m 1 mother.
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In, God] Anderson entertained
um Girls curb at her home
may evening. Two tables were
DN with Mrs. Helena Evett re
mm honors and Miss Floyoe
um 10'.
hand Hrs. Gene Bpaulding and
mum Louis Huntington re
mam!” evening from s_trlp
um, Coulee Dun and Van
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It. and Mrs. Audley Evett and
m are vacationing this week at
much ond Seattle. ‘
and Mrs. Bernard Kempe
Him-end visitors in Spokane.
13?: Nelson and daugh
h, _' Ann of Corvallis. nrrlv'o‘
“m Moon to make an
mm at the home or Mrs.
a mother, Hrs. M. 3. mi“
ha.
«tr-Brown.’ Winona Batty. m
-mmwmer andßin
lain are enjoying an outing of
hummus“ Point No Point
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iSuggestlons for Quick Lunches
!GTJ‘CORNED BEEF, can 19c
Silvalaska Fancy Pink Salmon, 3—l-lb. cans 35c
[GA VIENNA SAUSAGE, 4-oz. cans ..-.-.-..-.-9c
Reliance CRAB MEAT, 1/2 can 29c
IGA Fancy Sweet Pickles, quart jar 37c
[GA Fancy Peanuthutter, iar 33c
New West APPLE JUICE, gallon .-..-...-.......69c
Freshly Ground Red A COFFEE, 3 pounds 430
Loose-Wiles CANDY BARS, 3 for 10c
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M E SUGARIO lb. cloth bag 55c
IGA Gold Tost Corn Flakes, 3 large pkgs. -..25c
Grapenut FLAKES, 2 packages 19c
IGA Large WHEAT FLAKES, 2 pkgs. ..._...-.-19c
Shaded RALSTONS, 2 packages 29c
[Plump-s EXTRA mew. !
PORK & BEANS ’ ‘_‘No. 1 cans 29c
IGA Pineapple JUICE, 3;—12-oz. cans ---.-....-25 c
.IGA Grapefruit JUICE, 3—No. 300 cans ...-25c
IGA Pure Orange JUICE, 2——l2-oz. gang 23c
Reliance Prune JUICE; 3; .- 12-oz. cans .....-...25c
SPECIALS FOR JULY 22 and 23
IGA Salad DRESSING, quart; jar 33‘:
West Crest PEARS, 2 No. 21/2 cans 29c
16% Ripe ’N Ragged Pineapple, 3 No. 2% Cu. 630
Rellance or IGA Tomato JUICE, 46-oz. can 19c
IGA Whole Green BEANS, 2 No. 2 cans-...33c
IGA Sifted No. 3 Sieve Sweet Peas. 2 No. 2’s 290
IGA WAX PAPER, 125-foot roll 19°
Grade “G” Brooms, each ...690
IGA DaWn TISSUE, 3 rolls 17c
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E FREE DELIVERY Just Phone 2-5-1
Homer Siegfried of Portland was
a Kennewick business visitor Sat
urday. ,
Miss Ruth Mueller returned m
day from Cheney, where she com
pleted a short summer school course
at the Eastern Washington normal
school. She will receive her life
diploma in the near future.
Mr.aners.LeonggsofSpo
kane were Saturday dinner guests
at the o. H. Luddlngton home.
Emma Tweedt has returned from
a week’s vacation spent at Game
see, Idaho.
Dr. P. 0. Stone is spending the
next two weeks at Camp Lewis.
Mrs. Thomas Duncan of East
Kennewick, spentzlaist leek n Spo
kane with his daughter, who has
been confined to the Deaconess hos
pital after undergoing an append
icitis oberatibn. Both mother and
daughter returned home Wednesday
evening. where the patient will re
cuperate. She win return to her
work in the! fan. - ' .
Mr. and Mrs. John Vibber left
this morning for an extended vaca
tion trip to Tacoma.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Boyce adn Mr.
and Mrs. Lyle Embree of Tacoma
were Sunday callers at the F. A.
Visger home.
Bill Ferrell and Leland Jdnes are
Spending this week ,visitin'g in Best.
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Kilkare club met at the home of
Mrs. A. T. Beiair this afternoon.
Those receiving prizes for the after-.
noon were. Mrs. Glenn Eelton, high;
Mrs. E. H. Behrman, second; Mrs.
H. A. Linn,- first g'uest and Mrs. A.
C. Amon, second guest prize.
The L. H. Raymond lawn was the
scene of a. picnic Tuesday evening,
honoring the Raymond’s guests, Mr.
and Mrs. E. R. Coonley and Mrs. J.
Y. Powell. Mr. and Mrs. A. c. mm
were also present.
Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Bmm: and
daughters, Yvonne and Home of
Clifford, North Dakota, arrived
here Sunday to make a two week's
visit at the home of Mr. Smith's
mother. Mrs. Hattie Smith.
Anna Circle will? meet Monday,
July 25, in the pit]: wlgh Mrs. Roy
Barton!- and Mrs W. ‘Jéfiklnner as
hostesses. ' _ . .‘...“?
Miss Alma Lénz ls'Vlsltlng the
Misses Hulda. Reese and Ella Neu
man In Spokane thls week. ,
um. Leo Hauk‘insomsonfiand
Mt.‘and§&rs.Vlc'r__" andson
of Walla Walla were Bimilay vigitors
8' tfifihalamfi 9‘ WW liar:
A. E. Meyer visited his son, Dr.
Wade Meyer, in Penaleton Wed
nesdiy. " A
D. P. Holden of Yakima was t
Kennewlck business visitor Wednes
day. ' ' , ‘
. Mr. and ‘Mrs. Floyd Ingley and
family are vacationing in Spokane
and vicinity.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl E. Conneli and
children of Seattle are visiting this
)week at the home of ‘Mrs. Con
nell's parents. Mr. and Mrs. M. M.
Moulton.
Marilyn Oliver celebrated her sev
enth birthday with a party for sev
eral or her little friends Tuesday
evening. Games were played' and
refreshments were served by Mari
lyns’ mother in the back yard of the
Oliver residence.
Miss Patricia. McKeown of Spo
kane is spending this week as hause
sum of Miss Barbara Hauschiid.
Mrs. L. A. White and two daugh
ters. Marie and Beverly, of Salem,
who have been visiting relatives'm
Walla Walla, have been house guests
this week. at the R. E. Reed home.
They left last evening for their home
in Oregon;
Dorothy Ann Reed accompanied
her aunt, Mrs. Mae Shanafelt. home
to Seattle Saturday for an extended
visit. Mrs. Shanafelt has been vis
itingattießeedhomeforthepast
two weeks.
The Misses Helen Steiner, Lucy
Hel'm, Emma Dahlin. Leone Skeen
and Margaret Hawkins enjoyed a.
picnic at the home of Minnie Reese
Sunday. , . -
Thirty-two .members and rela
tives of Mrs. W. S. Dickinson’s fam
ily held a. reunion vat-he home of
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Pratt Friday
evening. The gathering was in the
form of a picnic and the out-of
town members present were Mr. and
Mrs. G. W. Dickinson of Spokane.
. Miss Alma and'Otto Reese left
;Wednesday for Spokane, where they
,wm spend a few days visiting their
sister. Miss Hulda. ' '
- Dr. and Dim-'l'. B. Hauachlld and
family attended'fthe birthday dine
nor of Mrs. magma-s mother, Mrs.
A. 8. Shaw at Phéco Sunday. '.V ,
Arthur‘ Dutton returned from
Paterson Sunday after spending part
oftheweekvlsitlnghisunclethere.
Mr. and Mrs. Archie Bishop and
daughter Spent the week-end in the
Blue Mountains and visiting with
'Mrs. Bishop's parents.
3113' Edith 'l'yrrei was a Walla
Walla visitor Sunday.
Howard McGee._ local Liberty
theatre manager, is spending his va
cation on the coast this week. Don
Vfltel'. the Pasco manager, is taking
charge here during his absense.
Mrs. A. H. Meyer accompanied
Masada: Steber Mia‘s!
week-end where they visited rela
tives. i
Mr. and Mrs. om Dot-meter left'
Sunday for Wapato. where they will
remain during the summer months.;
Errand lira. w. It. Knowles were
Sunrise park visitors last week-end.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Shepard, Mr.
andvillrs. Art Pater of Kelso and
Hrs. Mary Lippy of mm were
Wednesday afternoon callers at the
O. B. Oleson home. They were en
route to the Uhited Spanish Ameri
can _‘War Veterans convention.
which is being held in Spokane.
Ray Davis of'Yakinn arrived on
'ruulhy to spend a'tew days viflt-J
1118 It the Odes Sloan home.
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was Betty 'rilbury. who has been
visiting with her tama- here for the
pant month. is now visiting relatives
and friends in Battle.
Gene Whittenmre and Ronald
Bisatt left for Spokane the first of
the week. Gene will visit relatives
there for a few days and he will
visit the next two weeks with rela
tives in Sandpoint, Idaho. Ronald
will return Friday after visiting at
his home in Butane.
| Mr.aners.B.B.Whltbeckwere
{week-end visitors at Sunrise park.
Mr. ond m, Charles L. Powell
andsonareenjoymgatwoweeks'
motor trip to Yellowstone National
park.
Mlasnargueritemnzhasbeena
coastvtsitorthepastweek.
Miss Helen Turman is visiting at
the home of her brother here after
just completing a short summer
school session at. normal school at
Cheney.
Mrs. William Marsh accompanied
by two lady friends drove from
Portland Sunday and were over
night guests at the C. H. Yedieo
home. Monday they returned home,
taking Miss Maxine' Marsh hack
withthemafteravisitoftwoweeim
here. Mrs. c. H. Yediea also ac
companied them to Portland, where
she is spending the week as house
guest at the Marsh home.
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