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Amwasborn tow. and Mrs.
- W fee at the Pasco ‘hosmtal on
Con Thurston was a week-end
guest at the Ray Clark home.
m Gifford returned Sunday
{ran a month’s trip visiting rela
tive. in California.
in, and Mrs. E. A. Silliman at
tended the funeral services for Gale
Knox at Prosser today.
A group of friends gave Mrs. Hen
dricks a surprise birthday party at
her home last Saturday.
Miss Marcelle Champagne of Gat
”p a house guest this week at the
bane of MrS. Winifred Campbell. '
I‘ The Library Guild will meet Mon
” afternoon at the home or Mrs.
~ 3. E. Galahad.
The W. F. M. S. will meet Tues
ay’ at the home or Mrs. Louis Lar
Bob Schuster was able to be
might home from the Pasco hoe
pgmmuaday by ambulance.
wand Mrs. L. H. Raymond re
turned today from a twmday busi
ness trip to Yakima.
mu- Gertrude Nicholaus spent
Sunday in Prosser visiting at the
home of her brother, Ray Nicholaus.
ms. Ross Willsey and son are
mending the week visiting at the
bane of her sister, Mrs. Bertram
mu in Wapato.
m Eva Malone went out to the
AM sheep ranch at Hover Wed
nesday, where she will cook during
whine and shearing.
‘ Miss Velma McCamish underwent
an emergency appendectomy at the
Pasco hospital Tuesday. She is
convalescinz nicely.
Mr. and Mrs. B. S. Miller of Wal
la Walla are guests this week at the
home of their daughter, Mrs. Frank
The American Legion Auxiliary
will meet Wednesday, February 8 at‘
the home of Mrs. Elmer Olson for a
2 o’clock meeting. I
All Odd Fellows and Rebekahs
are invited to attend the joint in
stallation in Prosser next Monday
.There will be a box social and
dance at the Columbia grange at
Riverview district on Friday night
of this week. The general public as
well as grangers in the district are
invited to attend.
Miss Mary C. Collidge, the assist
ant state advisory public health
nurse, is visiting Miss Preston and
Miss Dietz, the Franklin and Ben
ton County Public Health Nurses,
today and tomorrow.
Twenty-three Kennewick Kiwan
isns went to Pasco Monday noon on
a surprise visit to the club on that
side of the river. Mr. Asbury,‘ ac
companied by Evaeuman, furnish
ed one of the numbers or the pro-1
Bestes E Grocery
Salted , .
Cracker £3,333" 15c
N ÜBORA, Giant Package 49c
BLUE “G” COFFEE, Pound 21c
SHRIMP, Fancy Dr‘y, 2 cans “29c
TUNA FISH, Large 1/2, 2 cans .29c
Dre ' 'G
. . lssmg ..Qt.112r_,33c
Pancake FLOUR, IGA, A8ag‘.....”.;...;;.-;.'.;...;;.;;;.25¢
EARINA, Big Y, Tlsack. ..35c
CATSUP, IGA De Luxe,2:fof..m§9‘g
BEAS'fiND CORN, Seaport3canß2sc
JUICe “ragga; 190
PORK AND BEANS, Phillips, 4 for .....;......25c
SLICED BEETS, Seaport, can 10c
CLOTHES PINS, Spring, package 9c
CHOCOLATES, Old Fashion, 2 pounds ........19c
Mt. Hope CHEESE, pound 30c
Brookfield CHEESE, pound 19c
Kraft CHEESE, 2 lb. 63c
ORANGES, 200’s, 2 dozen .396
LEMONS, 360’s, dozen 19c
Dr. H. J. Capell was a week-end
visitor on the coast.
Mrs. Ottar Brue left this evening
'for Walla Walla. She plans to
spend the next two weeks visiting
relatives in Baker and Boise.
Mrs. Curran Chellis was called to
Yakima Friday to care for her mo
ther, Mrs. Carlen, who is ill. w
Kilkare Club met at the home of 3
Mrs. E. H. Behrman this afternoon
with Mrs. Floyd Higley and Mrs. 12
B. Hauschild winning honors.
Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Oliver 01'
Livingston, Montana, are spending
this week visiting relatives here.
They are house guests at the W. 8.
WaShburn home. _
The first division of the M. E.
aid will meet Wednesday, February
8, at the home of Mrs. B. J. Camp
bell with Mrs. Winifred Campbell
as assistant hostess. _
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Stauffacher
accompanied Mr. and Mrs. .Walter‘
Lodge _of Sunnyside here Saturday
to attend the funeral services of
Raul“. N. Morton. .They. are all
former Kennewick residents.
.The Hi-Y boys held an election
of the following officers at their
last meeting, president, Earl Johns;
vice president, Buster Amon; secre
tary-treasurer, Elmer Yoshino. The
installation of these officers will be
held next Tuesday evening.
The Parent-Teachers association
will hold its regular meeting Thurs
day, February 16 instead of Febru
ary 9, because of the Harlem Globe
Trotter basketball game, which is
scheduled for that evening.
’ The tiny incubator baby, born a‘
month ago to Mr. and Mrs. Roy‘
Johnson was brought home today.
The wee mite is getting along just
ifine and making regular gains in
size and weight.
The K.I-I.S. Lions will play Pros
ser at Prosser Friday night. There
are three more scheduled games, in
cluding the one Friday night, with
Sunnyside here February 10 and
with Pasco there on February 17.
The Altar Society will hold its
regular meeting at the home of Mrs.
John Eichner Sunday, February 5.
Crawford Lemon of Medford was
a Tuesday guests at the L. E. John
son home‘ Mr. Lemon is a former
Kennewick resident, having left
here some fifteen years ago. He was
connected with the Pacific Fruit
Growers while here.
C. S. Knowles, P. P. 8: L. con
struction department superintend
ent, received chest .and abdominal
injuries as the result of a car acci
dent Saturday evening. Mr. Knowles
was returning home from Portland‘
and near‘ Arlington it is reported‘
that the Knowles car and an oil
truck sideswiped. The Knowles car
was badly damaged, but Mr. Knowles
received no serious injuries.
attle Tuesday where she will re
main for a month looking after
business interests. She then plans
to return to Kennewlck, where she
win make her home with her daugh
ter, Mrs. V. R. Wilder.
Albert C. Martin, Commissioner of
Public Laids, last week accepted an
application to release Lot 3, NW%
SEIA and 81585:“ of section 36.
township 8 north, range 30 east in
Benton County, filed by Flora
Sprague, R. F. D. No. 1, Kennewick,‘
Mr. and Mrs. Vic Heberlein were
pleasantly surprised when a group
of- Odd Fellows and Rebekahs gave
them an old fashioned house warm
ing Tuesday evening in their new
home on Avenue A. There were
fifty present, who presented the
Heberleins with a gift.
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Mrs. Charles Kuntz arrived Mon
» day morning from Chicago and;
, John Maupin arrived Tuesday from
Santa Anna, California having been
called here by the serious illness at
their mother, Mrs.- M. Maupin. They
are house guests at the ' home of
their sister, Mrs. J. E. Mulkey.
Mrs. Leslie Aubert and brother,
Mark W illiams of Mount Hood.
Oregon were Tuesday visitors. of Mr.
and Mrs. H. R. Crockett and were
dinner guests at the H. Huppman
home. Mrs. Aubert will be remem
bered as the former Alene Wil
liams of this city.
The Sub Deb girls“ met at. the
home of Mary Margaret Brown on
Wednesday. A business meeting
was held at which time planswere
made for a party in the near future.
A social evening followed. The as
sisting hostess for the evening was
Anna Marie Mueller. 4
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Spiegelberg
of Portland were in Kennewick the
first of the week, having been call
ed here to attend the funeral of his
father. Mrs. E. Eberhardt 01' Stony
Plain, Alberta. Canada also attend
ed the funeral of her father here
Monday. She is spending the week
‘visiting with her sister, Miss Marie
Spiegelberg and also renewing old
The debate team composed of
Wayne Garber and Philip Foraker,
accompanied by Lester Liebel and
Miss Katherine Ponti attended the
debate conference of the eastern
Washington district in Pullman Sat
urday. Prosser won in the confer
ence and an interesting fact was
that the K. H. S. team won in their
debate with Prosser. The students
were royally entertained during the
day and were guests at the Univers
ity of Idaho-W3O. basketball game
in the evening. . ‘
Mrs. Herbert G. Gall was in Wal
la Walla Saturday to attend the
first meeting of the newly organ
!ized Daughters of Pioneers. The
Walla Walla chapter is the second
Ilargest in the state with a merm
ship of 225 members, the larges
charter membership in the state. A
group of the Pasco chapter also at:
tended to extend an invitation to
the ‘Walla Walla chapter to assist
them in the entertainment 01' the
state convention which will meet in
Pasco on May 18, 19 and 20.
The Benton County Tuberculosis
League will hold an all-day meet.
ing in the school house at Benton
City Wednesday, February Bth.,be-'
ginning at 10 a.m. Each one is to
bring a paper sack lunch and co!-
fee will be furnished by the ladies
of Benton City. Mrs. B. B. Buch
anan, state executive secretary, will
be the principal speaker. Annual
reports will be made by the seal
sale chairman and the treasurer.
Electibn of officers is scheduled.
Mr. and Mrs. w. I. Hudlow were
pleasantly surpriSed Saturday eve
ning when they were invited to the
Lane Smith home for dinner and
‘ were received by an old fashioned
charlvarl celebrating their "42nd“
wedding anniversary. There were"
33 .mends and neighbors present at
the dinner with a large wedding
cake as the center of attraction A
pleasant evening,” enjoyed by all.
Out-of-itoWn sues-ts were their
daughter and sons-inglaw, Hr. ,
Mrs. H. c. Johnsoh'and m angle-r
ten of Rives-view: Hr. arid 'ln's
_Steve Zawn and two We:
Pasco. .
The Baptist church is main;-
speciai meet-inn Must-y Mo 12.-
unde'r the'leadership or Car-Mon
E. mill. the Highway Evangelist;
Hr. Null has spoken in Kennewick
and many will remember his inter
esting story or his experiences. Mr.
Null hasaspecially fittedcari'orhis
work and travels an average of a
thousand miles per week in his
work. Rev. R. B. Holden,~pastor or
the church, says .that he~ considers
the community highly favored in
this opportunity or hearing these
messages from Evangelist Null. The
services will be held in the Baptist
church each Sunday beginning on
Sunday. They are non-sectarian
and everybody is heartily welcome. ,
Vale Grange Hall
Friday, Feb. 3
Hin’Bmy Bull
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HIGHLAND—Mr. and Mr's. Leo
Perkins and _fam_ll_y._ who, have made
Ftheir home in Riohland for many
years, left today to make their home
on the coast. Thursday evening (4
friends and neighbors gathered at
their home for a surprise party. The
evening was spent in playing games
at a late hour refreshments were
served and Mr. and Mrs. Perkins
were presented with a lovely bed
spread by the group.
[ Mr.nners.Dale Quillenarevls
ltlng at the home of Mrs. Quillen’s
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Forest.
Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Avery of
P 3500 visited Sunday at the home of
Mrs. Avery's mother, Mrs. M. Mc-
Clendon. A ~
m. and Mrs. E. Dickens of Pres-1
Mrs. O. 11;]:me Pascowere vls-‘
ital-s Sunday at the home of Mrs.
Fannie Lewis.
0, Elliott at Milton, Oregon was
calling on friends in Richland Sun.
air. and Mrs. John Schemitzfl.
Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Oolley of Rich
land, Annie Clark and Art Sutton ot‘
Kennewick were visitors Sunday atl
the Carl Kmn home.
Mrs. Amanda. Breithaupt return
ed to her home in Richland Wed
nesday after having spent the past
two months visiting in Idaho.
Ruth Sloan, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Sloan was operated on at the
Pascohosplt'al Tuesday for append
Mr. and Mrs. Harlon Burgen o!
Richland and Freta Arnold of Pasco
were Walla Walla visitors Wednes
Mrs. Arnold and daughter. Freta
of Pasco, Roy Tarp and Bill South
worth of Walla Walla were visitors
Sunday at the A. s. Murray home.
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Gray and Mr.
and Mrs. A. Purschwitz were Sun
day guests at the George Snow
home . '3
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Stump weref
visitors Wednesday in Pasco and
Kennewick. 1
Mrs. Henry Hartung received word 3
Tuesday from Amherst, Ohio that?
her brother, Edward Haueisen had;
passed away. 3
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malldayquuunsbee. lunar.
Dance:- at Pasco was an out-or.
Mr. and Ml 3. D. 8. 'l‘ennant, for.
mer Mchhnd Milena, but, 110' “y.
ing in Bend. Oregon an the p".
en‘softwmbonbomamuary 13.
Mr. endure. Herbert Clark and
drove to Walla Walla Sammy to
Walla. Walls and Tacoma, high
schols. Mr. lawman. mum-gin
coach of the Tam team. he.
MnandeOttomwon and
moan-n. '
day. -
The Literary Club met Thursday
Mclntosh for a one o’clock lunch
eon. Mrs. Fred White. Mrs. Vic Nel
son. Mrs. Bert Cloninger were the
assisting hostesses. Mm. Edwin
Peddicord gave a. book review on
“With Malaee Towards Some." by
Margaret Halsey. A vocal solo was
rendered by Mrs. John Dam.
card parties which the Women's;
Club is sponsoring was given Tuesm
day evening at the club rooms. 81:
tables or five hundred were in play.
Alice Van Possen and Otto Mellon
were high for the evening and Mrs.
John Dam and R. R. Dighton low.
Mrs. R. R. Mclntosh. Mrs. Marvin;
Sheen, Mrs. Antone Norling and Mrs. .
George Kirpling were hostess' for
the evening.
Mrs. Victor Lowman and children 1
of Tacoma, are visiting at the home
of Mrs. Lowman's parents, Mr. and 1
Mrs. G. L. Geitrich. ‘
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,Look at these values in FINE FOODS!
They’re typical of what you’re offer
ed every week at MCDONALD’S.
Specials Feb. 3rd and 4th
Juice Oranges, 2 doz. . 25c
BANANAS, 3 pouhds . 19c
Arizona Grapefruit, 6 for 19¢
Unions, tonboiling, 101b10c“
.5 Pm7‘-’;_;,;¢“""15: .- 1.
”Shun-fine Pancah 19. '
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If You Want QUALITY '
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' every week. You an help an. When yoga know an
ne- of mun-t. tell an about It personally. or by phone—-
we’ll 1' ‘ecme It. Phone No. One-Double-One.
Mr. and Mn. Henry Hat-tun; and
Wade tanks were visitors Sunday
In Peudlem et the home of n;
We Mother. m mm.
Mr. G. L. Deltdch received word
his m. Julius Deitl'ld‘l in New
York. Julius Deimch will be rem
embend by many old timers as he
a one time opented the Cooper..-
the Creamery tn Kennewick.
The Gunning m met Friday
c. 8. Ellington home included their .
nu. nausea u uttering mas‘
aimed My Imm Ellen-bum
mum. ,
Rev. Ind nu. 'Attenborouch ma '
‘ m Jolly Helpers club met this!
afternoon ut the home of Mrs. A!
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mtJohncochnnotHovu werei
Tuesday. I
m. Antme Norm entertained?
several friends and mm Mon- 1
day “tea-noon. Those prelent were
Madmen Khrollng, Grey. Batter.
Warden. Johnson. A. Khmn, John.
Erickson and Bertha Bcherndtzkl. 3.
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9‘ l‘astewefl Nipp Salad Dress’g
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It“. Ruth Carmichael. Mr. and
m. Joe mum: at man-ma .34
Mr. gnu an. anr MM of
Wei: wen Sunday dinner
West; a. the John Dun home.
Neva (mum: of Yakima. spent
Tue-day mun; her parents. Mr.
and an. Paul Griffith.
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ered wlth new this week Kenne
wtck remehaed tree tram the whtte
mantle. And today, the croundhoc
had to be right bank to heve eeen
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duet-hm. Anyhow A! Mama. the
weether abhor-outer. says that we
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