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.’. August 17, 1939
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W Terri] 15 leaving this Wflk- ‘
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visitor Y. ‘
Wm Floyd Hutchins are
mini“ on me coast this week.
m.,gnd Mrs. Lane K. Imson were
In?“ Mrs. Pat Smith motored
“gm Wednesdfiy
-159 < Rmu Transfer company
an Wd a. “new Qhevmlet‘
aené W
"I themore is pending.
r may; relatimsan the
m '1? Nlt 0. (1 friends
“:.f: w fa ormn” accompanl
. yne " ed
mu- y. to Walla. Walla
:d: 3, A“? will meet W
" W, ,3“ 23 m the char-enema
.::-showy M 0‘ smyside was-3'
M“ business visitor Wednes»
W mg past. week with a heart
V. W. Bird underwent an emerg
w gppendeotOmy at the Pasco
WNW!” evening. ~
ual-314M.“- Paul Richmond left
will gg spend a week’s vacation
and 890k?“-
W"fim‘..?he navy station at
m mm. ‘ . .
m, and Mrs. A. T. Belan' Visit
“ “a; femives in _Yakima over
-‘exm .
“gm Thurston is visiting
”#Elth her sister, Mrs. Mel”
in “my, Benton City. . ,
n; Mrs. Herman Campbell
In! My spent Sunday at Sun
an,“ 1 ,
Catholic Ladies will 'hold a
a food sale at McDonald’s
.. Saturday August 19-
'1 Dorothy and Leonard Alli
“mm Sunday at Pendleton and
mat national park.
11. and Mrs. Leon A. Carpenter
1 Mn, Illinois were the week
dguests of Mr. and Mrs. Charlie
.mtq. .
L m John Rauscher and daugh
a» « Lorene left Wednesday for
(In: Washington where they will
w a few days visiting fflemb.
In and Mrs. Vic Heberlein and
humor, Lynnette, ..retumed Eris
whom a week’s vacation spent at
m Canal.
Verne Michener and Dick Wash
llrn manned Monday from a. sev
all month’s trip through Washing
m and Oregon. - '
Herbert Lenz and Olav Otheim
Ht'mesday morning for San Fran
dno. when they will take in the
Guild Gate Exposition. They plan
Mae gone two weeks. Lester Lar
-111 is working st the Western Auto
m during the absence of Mr
Bestes 75: Grocery
Grapefruit Juice, 46 oz. can 17c
,CRAB MEAT, Solid Leg Meat, 1/2’s, each ..25c
CRACKERS, “Slightly Salted”—2 pounds 19c
WIVES, Luscious ripe ones, 2 cans -.....-..-.-29 c
SALMON, Alaska Pink, 2 cans 22c
SUGAR, cane or beet, 101 b,.“ ”53¢
-$§N-FLAKES, any kind, 2 packégéghiiLli‘éc
. ~ RYs-SOAP, Giant Bars, 2 for 19¢
\VINEGAR, 40-grain pure cider, Gallon ....19c
CRISCO, improved Crisco, 3 lb. 54c
COFFEE, Blue “G”—it’s fresh, pound ....-...21c
Royal GELATINE, 6 flavors, package ....-...5c
s’ARDINES, “Tiny Maine Fish,” can -.-..----..-5c
FLTSUP, 14-ounce Alameda, Bottle .-........-.12c
DOG Fool),:can . 5c
DOG HOUSE—Balanced H
LARD, Armour’s Pure, 4 pounds 336
BACON, Swift‘s, piece bnly, pound 220
€qu ROAST, meaty cuts, pound . 15c
WMATOES, firm, red, ripe 2 lb 51:
ORANGES, juicy Sunkist, dozen 19c
MELONS, local ripe, pound 16
Green BEANS, Local, pound 5c
LETTUCE. solid large size, 2 for ....-15c
BI‘ACK BERRIES. “Coast”——3 boxes .......25c
The C. L. Powell family returned
Tuesday evening from 3' vacation
trip. .
Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Huntington
received the news this morning 0!
the birth of a eight pound son to
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Huntington at
Reno, Nevada yesterday. -
—Donny Bate celebrated his blrnh-‘
day Saturday with a party for seven
of his little playmates; Fqllowmg
the party the kiddies enjoyed a
theatre party. ‘
The Townsend club, at the .next
regular meeting will have, a short
program} followed by a’ luhch and
ladies are requested to bring one
amen oookiésgach. ' ‘
-Mr. arid Mrs._"_,Ca,rl J, Anderson
arrived Tuesday from Lusk, Wyo.
and are makizig an extended visit
at the home of Mrs. Anderson’s
parents, Mt, grid ' Mrs. R. J. Petgr
Miss Lois Jean Olson of Topper:-
ish returned to her home Wednes
day- eveningflaft'er spemiing the past
few days visiting at'the C. E. Rid
iey home. '
Mr. and Mrs. Reuben, Gest and
family have returned from 'a week’s
vacation .trip to the coast. Mr. Gest
is taking ‘over, Mitchell Kershaw’s
duties‘t'his Week while the Kershaw
family is viéationing. _
Mrs. W. J.’ Ben and two sons left
for their home _at Omaha, Nebraska
Wednesday naming after spending
the past two monthsfyisiting at me
home 'oera’Bfll’é‘parents, Mr. and
Mrs. O.‘ E. Ridleysw -' “
Mr. and Mrs. Johh'Abadj'ian ar
rived Saturday 1% Honyfi'ood,
California. m-spend‘a month. .Visit
ing at the W. B. Howe home. Mrs.
Abadjian‘is af‘dau'ghter ~61” Mr. How
ard, ~ -;.'. z. *2. '-. rm ..:-...2.
Mr. 'and‘Mx-s; Robert'wiiliams of
Davenport spent‘ the week-“end vis
iting atvthe home 'of master, M‘rs.
Vic Small in Paseo'and also at the
home of his parentsuMi-x-and Mm.
C. C. Williams. . 1
Mrs. Ellen J.»Williamsfan'ived On:
Monday after spending the past- two
months visiting at the bone of her
daughter, Mrs.‘ M. G; Perkins"!!!
Lawrence, Kansas; She is »making
her home with her son, C. C. 'W-‘ilJ
liams." v - 3'
Frank Mueller left Saturday
morning for Pasadena. California,
where he will resume his work and
continue his schOolin'g at the Los
Angela school of Embalming. Frank
spent the past Week visiting With
his parents," Mr. and Mrs. I. N.
Mueller. ’ ‘ '
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Lortz and fam
ily left Tuesday for their home at
Brewster after spending a few days
visiting at the home of her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. H. B. 'lbn'il.’
They Were enroute home after
spending a _vacatimV visiting in
Portland. " ‘ ‘ '
E. S. Black and C. H. Yedica left
today for Spokane to attend the
American Legion convention. ,
Marie and, Rebecca Liston went
to Seattle Sunday msgiend a couple
of weeks visiting.
County Attorney Kenneth E. Ber
ier was in Kennewick yesterday in
vestigating several cases.
Junior Belair- is visiting his sis
ter, Mrs. Ray Normiie, in Seattle
this week.
Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Whitemore
and family spent the week-end vis
iting relatives in Lewiston.
Paul Btu-rick of Toppenish has
been visiting this week at the Dr.
R. L. La Mott home.
At the regular meeting of the
Kennewick Valley grange Friday,
August 18, home-made ice cream
will be sold.
Miss Gertrude Nicholaus left Sun
day for Spokane where she will
spend her vacation at the home of
her sister, Mrs. George Beamer. ,
.Mr. and Mrs. Alvin F. Cheney
returned Saturday from a week’s
vacation trip to Glacier National
Park. . - .
Mrs. c. S. Knowles, who has been
connned in the Pasco hospital for
the past week. is reported as some—
what improved today. .
W. W. Skuse left Thursday night
for Long Beach, Calornia, where
he was called by the death of his
father, John N. Skuse. ,
Marley Parker drove over from
Centralia last week-end taking back
his furniture. Mrs. Parker. who had
been a guest the-pastweek at the
Howard Hinckley residence, returns
ed to thevcoasta few days previous.
Both Mr. and Mrs. Parker will teach
at Tokeland, Washington the com-.
' Mrs. Winifred Campbell and-sun
Jerry returned Monday evening
from, avtwo week’s ..vacation tripjo
the coast .Mr. and Mrs. ,L. ..N-
Dague ._aud tamily returned. with
them after vacationing at:.camp.~
fitme- pages? near Sunrise park.
.Mr. and Mrs. Charles Haas-and
“family ,of ,Tacoma, accompanied by
Mrs :Q.,R,». Eighties sit-minim Vis
ited with friendszhsre Way eve
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Mr. and 3Mrstfc. .c. Williams and
(daughter. Mime. ..lfeturned, ..Satnr-.
day from a week’s vacation spent
visiting on the coast. They visited
at the home of Mrs. William’s bro
ther, Ralph'Amon, in Seattle, spent
a short time with the Vic Heberlein
family, who are vacationing at
Hoods Canal, and were also guests
of ,Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Gravenslund.
former Kennewick residents now liv
ing at Woodland._ -
Victor Rogers. is. spending this
week. in Bellingham where he is at
tending .the annual state agricul
ture teachers’ conference, which is
in session August 14 to 19.
Steve Brown, wife and Men
of Miami, Arizona, were guests on
Tuesday at the J. T. F. Gladding
home, south of town. His mother,
Mrs. Windsor A. Brown, spent the
day with Mrs. L. S. Gladding.
About a dozeh'Kenn'ewick golfers
,ment to Walla Walla last Sunday
‘to play in :a :lour-‘eity tournament.
They were’ royally entertained and
individuals NW "tact! ‘several
Dr- P. 0. Stone _returned Tues
day evening from Portland, where
he underwent an operation. He is
able to be about the house and is
making a satisfactory recovery, but
will be unable'to returns“ his» .
for several weeks yet. .
Mr. and Mrs.- Charles Blackman
and son junior, accompanied by
Mrs. Blackman’s cousin, Miss Alice
Gardinier of Ellensburg, left Sun
day for a week’s vacation trip along
the Olympic peninsula and Port
land. . '
Ed Crooks of the Highlands new
$0 Spokane Tuesday Ito have his
ship inspected for license renewal,
R. E. Reed accompanied him on the
trip. '
hoe powder used last year by
women or Pnerto Rico cost $06,000.
What? No expert?
Even'lf you’re not acquainted with a en's Innu'ds you WILL ap
preciate the performance and the condition of these. We’ll [move
the performance by letting you maketheteet...andwe'llgul~
antee the condition of em one we sell!
would you? Then, whytala chancesoncarmWhynot
tonowtherootstepsothunandsotmmlmm? m
E. C. Smith Motor Company’s! -
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Annual Pioneer Picnic
Will Be Held Sunday
RICHIAND—‘I‘he second annual‘
Richland pioneer picnic will be held
in the Amon' Park Sunday after
noon. August 20. Last year a large
number of early'settlers of the val-1
ley gathered with their families and
friends in Amon park, one of thei
oldest in the County. under the;
high shade treeson‘the bank of my
Columbia” to recount.“ pioneer scenes
and conditions of district. Plans
are being made for a bigger and bet
ter affair this year- and the com
mittee in charge is urging not only
the pioneers but every resident of
thevalleywspend the dayatthe
park. The event will open with a
picnic dinner to' be served at 12:30
where everyone will‘ be seated at a
long table in genuine family style.
.Every familyisaskedtobringtheir
picnic dinner, free coffee and lem
onade will be served. Ice cream will
also be served for ~'which each fam
ily will be called upon for a free
will collection‘to'pay for the ice
cream. Following the dinner a short
program ‘of speaking will be given
during which old timers will give
brief early day eperiences. E. O.
Whitehead lifeguard at. the swim
ming pool inthe park. will have
charge of a few water .ev-ts for
the entertainment of the . picnickers._
_Mr. and m W..R_aobert Ross
and sons're‘tnm'ed'to their home
in Grand Coulee "Tuesday evening
after a two-day visit at the home
of Mrs» Ros: brother, Edwin Rddl
,cord. The-yum on their way home
from a‘ visit to the worlds fan" at
day after spending-4% weeks
harvesting when near lacrosse. He
visited old friends at Gaflield'over
the week-end And mm met
ings (mm the. Bellanca Jammy. to
all of their old friends ln-Rlchlnnd.
Mrs. Rene Hanson and W.
Mrsnugrie Johnson and son, Dale,
were: mm Saturday gt _the. home
of Mrs. George Snow. .
Visit 98" th
'Mr. andurs. John Dam and son.
Norman, drove to Cheney Wedneso
day for their daughter, . Geraldine.
who his been attending summer
school then.
Mrs. Palduest of Pmsser spent
Sunday visiting at the home of her
daughter ,Mrs Laurence Brewer. She
also visited at the George Snow
home. . ';
Mr. and Mrs. R. R. 'Mclntosh and
family were Sunday visitors at Toll
gate and also at'the Krtliur Pursch
witz home in Pendleton', Ol'e.
Mrs. R. Marmot Pendleton.
Ore., visited Sunday at the home of
Mrs. Evelyn ..Douslu . '
Old Timers use
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Omit and
Mr. Bahme or Newark, N. J., come
this weekvto visitaior. the nest few
weeks at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
George Cress. Craft is a former
Richland' resident, having lived here
30 years ago. He is now engagedin
the hardware. business in Newark,
New Jersey. L
Bertha Schuster, sister of Mrs.
George Gress'. visited in’ Rdchland
Tuesday. ‘Her thughter, Margaret.
who has been visiting at the home
of her aunt, Mrs. George Grass tor
the past month. returned home with
“‘Mrs. Clam _Hackney Ls in the
Pasco hospital mveflng from an
appendicitis opefationi Mrs. Hack
ney’s appendix . had ruptured be
!me teaching the hospital. last
reports are that she is now out of
Hazel Middleton who .18 in nurses
training at the St. Mary's hospital
fin Walla Wank. wigs aeßidmand
visitor Saturday. _ ,
lan'yhOliver aha Hélman Camp
bell lert ngnesdgy for; Spokane.
where they will attend the American
Legion conventiqn beifig held.thene
Greens Return From
Lake Vacation Trip
HIGHLANIB—IIr and us. w.
s. Green. Mary and Billy. and Miss
Trula Selph arrived home sunny
~fter spending a two-weeks vau
tion at the Perry Both “In fl
ununond Lake. Perry Souls and
Mrs. Green's mother. Ins. Comma.
were their guests for twee days.
Mmsmth of Yakimsmero!
Len Daugherty, has been visiting
.hem misweek.
ms Louise Dmchtery wean.
panied her aunt. Mrs. Smith, to
Yakima Wednesday when she will
visit for a couple of weeks.
Miss Eva Estes of Portland. Ore”
arrived may mum: to‘ gland
a week's vacation at the home of
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. 'l‘homss
Estes and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Bitten was Tues
day visimrsnttheEdßsylune.
Francis Weber was home over‘
the weekend from Walla Walla. ‘
, Mrs. Melvin Sharp of Stockton.‘
Mlsouri. is visiting at the home
of her sister. Mrs. N. L. W.
Mrs. Melvin Sharp. Mrs. Jim Tur
man. Mrs. Avery Tin-man and small
daughter Miss Helen Tux-man. and
Miss whine Floraker. called on
Grandma l'braker at the W. L. For
aker home Saturday afternoui.
- The Highland Belles 4-H club
with their leader. Mu. Dulc'le Dc
vls. spent Wednesday night at Saca-
Jewea Part
Mrs. W. R. Stevens of New Port.
is yisiting Mrs. S. R. Woodrufi.
Dean Nagley accompanied Races
8111 to Wenatchee this week '.
Mr. and Mn. Ed Bay were Bun
day visitors at the Green Mothers
from Yakxmnwhaghehnsheen
employed- . ..
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spent Sunday Man: in Richhnd.
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