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, much 23. 1939
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nfiTLE STORIES OF THE WEEK
r
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W relatives Wednesday.
“I. ‘ and Mrs. Cecil Anderson were
My. visitors Monday.
and Mrs. C. Brunn are Wal
”3.lls visitors today.
”WW W. Of Smiadehwu
" ck business vis :- on
: Kenna"
“3v. :. Skinner has been “pending
. 1" days this week on a business
up £0 Tacoma and South Bend.
'llfl- WW Kregger was a
”and visitor at her home in
'M-
Jm. mm 33““ °f Sm"
un h!“ been visiting in Kenne
m an past week 100 mg after
My W-
W Am, who has a grocery
m“ gm, ore., is spending a
1" days in this district where he
‘ my '33 a. resident.
B. a, copeland is in Walla. Wal-
It will! and tomorrow attending
. W meeting of Penney store
W
mg mg Burton, University or
mansion student, is spending her
m vacation visiting at the home
amy sister, Mrs. R. R. Gowing. V
Ir. end Mrs. Wade Megenity or
rm are spending this week at
the home or Mrs. Megenity’s sister,
m J. c. Hogan.
_mnoes Meskiman and Vivian
m Ellensburg Normal school
ancients. were week-end visitors at
the home of their parents.
county Treasurer Ray Gilcrest
and County Commissioner Fred
Kemp were in Kennewick the last
of the week on business.
The Finley Methodist Ladies Aid
will hold a bazaar and cooked food
sic in the building next to the
post office on Saturday, March 25.
The Senioritas met Wednesday
evening at the home of Patricia.
W'with Dorothy Blair and
Betty Mueller 9. s the assisting hos
ues.
Employees of the Texaco service
stations in this district are attend
ing a four-day training school
here. Arrangements are in charge
of Elmer Olson, district manager.
Miss Hazel Burdett and Anna
Marie Mueller accompanied Her
man Gampbell to Grandview Fri
day evening. where they attended
a district banquet and meeting of
the Methodist Epworth leaguers.
Mrs. Glenn Felton and Mrs. R.
3. Reed returned Sunday evening
from a week spent in Seattle at
the home of Mrs. Reed's sister,
Mu. 0:3. Shanafelt, whose birth
day was being celebrated.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Silliman were
melts Sunday and Monday at the
home at their cousin, E. A. Billi
mn. My were enroute to their
line- in Windon, Minnesota, after
attendim the Golden Gate Exposi
ticn. The men hadnot seen each
other for the past 40 years. -
Bestes E Grocery
SPECIALS FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
IGA PRESERVES, 2 lb. jar 33c
'IGAWSALAD DRESSING; quart jar 33¢
Reliailce' Sliced SWEET DILLS. 21'02- 534'25
IGA Stuffed Olives, 10-ounce jar "49°
{GA SLICED BEEF, 2 2.;ounce jars 33%
' [Elliptqns prange Pekoe Tea, 11) 79c
IGA thclsen- and Noodles,il6-ounce jar Ezfié
IGA Prepared MUSTARfiRQ-ounce jar .996
{GA CATSUP, 14-ounce, 2 bottles ”29¢
Binnie Best SYRUP, 24-ou'nce jar 23c
MACOFFEE,3pounds .- 39c
SPCéS‘VINEGAR, quarts—2 jars for ......-.....270
01111th GRAPE JUICE, quart bottle ........39c
New West APPLE JUICE, quart bottle ....23c
Ea”: PUREX, 2 bottles 27c
Blue G COFFEE, pound . . 21c
Old Dutch Ammonia orßluing, 2 12-oz. bot. 15c
CAMAY SOAP, 3 bars for 17c
0. ‘K. Regular Laundry SOAP, 4 bars ....-...11c
Large Ivory FLAKES, package 23c
Ivory SO‘AP, 5 bars for 250
Giant OXYDOL, package 590
Wonderfood Marshmallows, lb. cello—2 lb. 23c
Loose-Wiles CANDY BARS, 3 for ................10c
IGA Pancake FLOUR, 4 pound bag ............19c
1““ Phone 251
I Miss Mary Jacobsen is in Walla
Walla this attemoon on businen.
N. E. Kirkham of Yakima was
a caller at the C. A. Watts home
today.
’ The Unity class will meet Mon
day afternoons instead of evenings,
at 2:30 in the Camp Fire Girls 1131].}
Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Copeland‘
‘of Yakima are Kennewick visitors
today. ‘
’l Fred Bremmer of the CCC camp
at Sultan is spending the week 'viss
iting relatives here.
Mr. and Mrs. Van Syckle of the
county seat are in Kennewick to
lday on business. Mrs. Van Syckle
Tis county school superintendent.
I Mrs. John Dawson of Yakima is
house guest at the A. 'l'. Bel‘air
lhome on Kennewick. Avenue this
Eweek.
Mrs. A. T. Belair is enjoying a
visit with her mother, who came
this week from her home in Ta
coma, to spend a few days with her
daughter.
The 0.15:5. chapter is planning to
hold installation on Friday eve
ning, March 31 at 8 o’clock in the
Masonic hall.
Fred Johnson is visiting a few
days in Kennewick with his niece,
Mrs. Floyd Hutchins. Mr. Johnson
is enroute from Oregon to his home
in Eureka, Montana.
Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Goonley and
daughter, Mrs. J. Y. Powell were
overnight guests at the L. H. Ray
mond home enroute to their home
I_n Troy, Idaho after visiting on the
coast.
C. H. Blackman’s father, N. 1)..
Blackman; his sister, Mrs. J. C.
Batchelder and brother, Harold
Blackman of Walla Walla were all
visitors at the Blackman home here
Tuesday. .-
Mrs. W. S. Walters of Spokane
was a Kennewick visitor this week.
Mrs. Forrest Grant of Kiona died
this morning at the Pasco hospital.
Funeral arrangements have not as
yet been made. i
The Parent-Teachers associatiom
is planning a. carnival, the date at
which has .been set for April 14. A
committee in charge of prepare.-
tions met at the home of Mrs. H. E.
Copeland Wednesday evening. The
purpose or the carnival is to raise
money for the school fence.-
Mrs. Thornton, state field secre
tary for the Washington Tubercu
losis association, will be in Prosser
Monday, March 27 to talk to the
high school students and in Benton
‘Cityxon. Tueday. March, 28 for the
isame purpose.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Normile and
Marley Parker attended the state
basketball Mumament in Seating
last week-end. Mrs. Parker went
to Kirkland, where she is making
an extended visit with relatives.
Mrs. Evelyn Hoem also accom
panied them, spending the week-‘-
end at her home in Snohomish.
For Free Delivery
MisslolsGlardisapatientm
the Pasco hospital. 7
Escolenm club will meet March
30 at the home of Mrs. Roger Rec
ords.
Mrs. Joe Kennett departed Sun
day for a two week’s visit at the
home of her daughter Mary.
Mr. and Mrs. I. N. Mueller ac
companied by their house guests.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Mueller mo
tored to Coulee Dam today.
Alma Circle will meet Monday at
the home of Mrs. E. S. McDonald
with Mrs. Gladys Kelso as the as
sisting hostess.
Mrs. W. H. Loner of Walla Walla
is spending a, few days this week
visiting with her daughter, Mrs.
Paul Loundag'ln.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Wilson are the
parents of a daughter born March
16 at the Pasco hospital. The
youngster has been named Carrol
IRuth. .
{‘Mms Mary‘c. Collidge. assistant
pdvisory public health nurse for
the state, made a. one-my stopover
Lto talk wih Miss Prutofi and Miss
pietz on Tuesday.
The East Kennewick club will
meet Tuesday, March 28, with Mrs.
Albert Zamdt. Mrs. Frank Wright
will be assistant hostess. Roll call
program is to be answered by April
Fool Jokes. ‘
Mrs. Irwin Wilmer-t and dumb-1
ter Diana. of North Dakota. visited;
several days this week with Ben:
and Mrs. R. B. Holden. They were
enroute home from an extended
mit with relatives in western
Washington.
‘ Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Dewey of
Walla Walla and Mr. and Mrs.
Bolster and little daughter Judy
were Sunday guests at the home
oer.aners.H.n.Roso!
the West Highlands. ‘
Mr. and Mrs. I'hil Schmidt, Mr.
and Mrs. Fred Linker and Mr. and
Mrs. Theodore Linker 01 Walk
Walla were week-end guests at the
Otter Brue home.
Wayne Gerber gave a very ex?
cellent delivery of his speech on
“Americanism,” at the Masonic
meeting Friday evening. This
speech is the one prepared by
Wayne for the oratorieal contest,
which is being sponsored by the
American Legion auxiliary.
Through the courtesy of sheriff
A. M. Richter, four Benon county
people were able to see the ophthal
mologist (eye, doctor) in Walla
Walla on Wednesday, according to
Miss Diets, county nurse. Mrs. A.
E. starkenburg was kind enough to
give her time to accompany the
‘Bl'oll9- .
Mrs. Alice Olds of Connell spent
several days this week as house
guest of Mrs. J. R. Ayers and at
tended Friendship Night at Eastern
Star chapter here Tuesday evening.
Mrs. Oids is spending the remaindv’
‘er of; the week with her sister,
Mrs. Tom Dorton on the Highlands.
7 Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Linn have
received word.“ the birth of a
nine and one-half pound son to
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Pierson, of
Detroit, Michigan, on March 18.‘
Mrs. Pierson will be remembered in
Kennewick as the former Miss Julia
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Mueller. 0:
Des Moines. _ lowa, accompanied
Frank Mueller home Monday even
lng, for an extended stay at the
home of 'Mr; Mueller’s brother, 1.1
N. Mueller. The two brothers had
not ‘seen each other for the pfit
seventeenye'ars and this ls Mr. and
Mrs. Mueller’sflrst trip to the wes
tern states. " ' '
, Somei'members o: the nasal
Camp Fire group, accompanied by
their‘guardian and lin.-K. W.
Whittemore‘ enjoyed cooking their
breakxast over the camp fire Sat
urday morning. The hike was one
of the rank requirements which
time of the girls were worth; on
in preparation , for the Grouch
Council Fire whichwin berheld‘in
Walla. Walla Sammie!» lurch-25.
r; em"? arms} 1
~ We wish” 4:0 express our sincere
thanks to our many triendsin this
vicinity for their kind expressions.
of sympathy by the beautitni floral
offerings at the time of the Jose 0!.
our beloved husbend and father.
Mrs. August Wu and family.
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FRIDAY EVENING _ MARCH 25th
Special Two Game Ladie’s Match
KENNEWICK vs. PASCO
PASCO ALLEYS
Open Daily at Noon . Afternoonsls°
1m max (W33li) obmmmonm
Lee Holcomb and Elgin Sme
University of Washington students
are spending this week visiting at
the home of their parents.
The Baptist Ladies Circle was
entertained at the O. H. Luddins
tonhomelastweek. Alargecmwd
attended and there were a number
of guests. A delicious lunch was
served.
Entre Nous met at the home of
Mrs. P. 0. Stone Tuesday after
noon with Mrs. Stone receiving
high honors and Mrs. 1". F. ' Beste
second high.
Miss Ruth Bottorfi', who is tak
ing her graduate work in public
health nursing at the University of
Washington is expected to be a
week-end visitor in Kennewick due
to spring vacation.
Mrs. John Neuman entertained
with two tables of bridge Tuesday
preceded by a 1:30 dessert lunch
eon. High bridge honors for the
afternoon were received by Mrs. ot
ter Brue and low by Mrs. Harry
Shoemaker.
The elementary school teachers
and superintendent E. S. Black
honored Mrs. Julia Hemenway, the
grade school principal on her
birthday with a social gathering in
the cafeteria. Monday evening after
school.
Mrs. Ottar Brue entertained the
Walla Walla Gaity bridge club at
her home Thursday. High bridge
honors were received by Mrs. John
Steward and low by Mrs. Phil
Schmidt. Mrs. Harry Shoemaker
was a guest or the club.
Mrs. C. G. William entertained
with a dinner party Saturday eve
ning in honor of her husband's
birthday. The guests included Mr.
and Mrs. Robert Williams of Dav
lenpor-t and Mr. and Mrs. View!-
ISmuii or Pasco.
Mr. and Mrs. Manley Crest. ac
companied by Guy Sheppard and
Ruth Poster at Pasco were Coulee
Dam andSpohme visitors Sunday.
Guy Sheppard went on to Pullman
toreannehisstudiesatterspendmz
theweek-endvisiflnsmxennewlck.
Small Boy Severely
Burned in Hospital
FlNlEY—mttle Marvin Foster, 4-
year-old sOn of Mr. and Mrs. Geo.
Foster was severely burned Mon
day and was rushed to the Pasco
hospital. Marvin is in a serious
condition. His brother. Marion
Foster,whoisinthec.c.eamp at
Carson, Wash. was called home
and arrived Tuesdai.“ “ ,
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Benson were
called to Seattle Wednesday by the
death of Mr. Benson’s gather. Mr.
AusuSt Benson. They returned to
their home Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Schwartsehofl
visited Sunday with Mrs. Schwartz
schotf’s mother, Mrs. Barth in
Walla Walla. '
‘Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lucas and
family of Burbank were Sunday
visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Howard
Ash. ‘
Mr. and Mrs. Herold Withsm and
children, Mrs. Ernest Sherry" at
tended the spring opening in Wel
ls Walls Tuesday. ms. nary
Wallace, Mrs. Sherry! mother, came
home with them for a. few ,days’
visit. " '
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Arizona Grapefruit, extra large, doz. 25c
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ORANGES, .juice, lg. fcy. SK, 3 doz. 29c
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