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y, August 31, 1939
D, “a Mrs. C. Brunn spent the
“lend in Yakima visiting with
wuartha Lincoln left Sun
” for Seattle to resume her hos
flulatudies. .
m Knox accompanied bylns son
an mosser were Kennewxck vis
w Honda?-
EL- McCormick and Frank Win-
It! 1,, spent the week-end in Se
“! on business.
I” Ruth Paul and her brother,
M of Pullman, were Sunday
we of Miss Helen Steiner.
ms. W. 8. Walters and her moth
a m Kflgore have moved into
l”humerus in the King building.
In and Mrs Walter Knowles are
the wents‘of a son born Wednes-i
by evening at the Pasco hospital. ‘
b It 311 d Mrs. Howard Hinckleyi
“unnamed by Mr. and Mrs. A. E
W motored to lone, Oregonl
mm. a
new. 3. B. Holden resumes his
m m the Baptist church next
may. after his vacation of four
mgxecutive board of the Ken
,yu Woman’s club met in the
pk Tuesday afternoon to plan the
Mun for the year.
[l. Betty Goddard accompanied
Hold King and Verne Faulds to
up lune in Walla Walla Sunday
was after spending the day
W Girls will meet Monday
We! 11 for their regular
um. Each member is requested
endgame“ as there will be an
all? «Nim- ' .
train-Avery Turman are
m,thfi~‘veek-end for, their new
be hgntockton, Missouri... " Mr.
“#93: m 4 in the grocery
“la-a, need entertained with
m , nl.ibrid¢e.today,honoringf
new. muse Shanat'elt of
guide. first '3O, Stone received
BEM. 999-34.“.- 811 mm,
hfimaflemqon; ~ "‘
. mand Hrs. E. R. Obonley return
ptol’theh' home Tuesdw at Troy,
“after spending the week-end
m at the home of her sis
t, lira} L. H. Raymond. -
In; Howard Whitbeck left for
m Well: this week to join her
Md. who is stationed there with
uni. P. a: L. Company for an in
finite number of weeks. '
In. Homer Waggoner and
m Mary Jane of Pendleton
outlanday andmuesday visiting
“rename of Mrs, Waggoner’s sis
u,m.oharles Blackman. ’
It; and Mrs. R. M. Spaulding
M puny of S_eattle visited aver
hick-en?! at’ thenerbert J. o'-
m home. Kenneth returned
m‘m them after visiting here
Imth. Mrs. Spaulding and Mrs.
omm are sisters. . *
Specials for Fri. and Sat., Sept. 1-2
COFFEE, vacuum pack, lb. 27 c
Hamel] House
KERR LIDS, regular size, 3 dozen -....-..-...---.25c
SURE JEL, it_’,s tops, 2 packages 23c
NOODLES, real eggs, Package .-.........._.15c
iELISH SPREAD, quality, Quart 35c
SUGAR, U&I, 10 pounds . . 53c
Made in Washington _ .
OOOKIES, Weston’s 5 Kinds, 2 paCkages .-.;19c
li'UNA FLAKES, Mid-Pacific, can »..-..-..‘-......-10c
SHREDDED WHEAT, Kellogg’s, package 10c
Pi& G SOAP, A Best Seller, 4 bars 15c
HONEY, local, pure, 5 pounds 49c
.1939 Crop .
FLOUR, Silver Leaf, 49 pounds ....-.--...-.......51.1_9
cRACKERS, Cascade Sodas, 2 pounds .....,-.lßc
“TSUP, Alameda, 14-015., 2 _for 25¢
FE: Fancy Blue Rose, 4 pounds 25c
CAKE FLOUR, Swans Down 25c
‘3O“. as Silk—Package
PEANUT BUTTER, Armour’s Star, 2 lb. ".29c
FRUIT COCKTAIL, Real Quality, can ........15c
PEAS, Magic Valley, 2 (2118 25c
SPRY93pOundS o o o o o o 530
{he Perfect Shortening
BACON, Armour’s or Swift’s, pound --.-..-.--.23c
LARD, Armour’s Star, 4 pounds 33c
POP ROAST, Arm cuts, pound -150
RIB ROAS'P, Prime Ribs, pound ..18c
Pare POl'k Links, “Starff pound 25c
LOIN LAMB CHOPS, pound 33c
301” N G BEEF, Meaty Ribs, pound ...-........10c
ERK CHOPS, lean, loin cuts, pound -.-.........25c
Mrs. J. R. Campbell left for her
home in Chehalis Monday after
spending the week-end visiting with
her daughter. Miss Helen Campbell,
who is a. new teacher in the Ken
newick grade school.
Mrs. Gus Neuman and daughter
Elia returned Tuesday from Spo
'kane, where they spent two days
*visiting. Miss Ella returned Tues
. day night to resume her work at the
lGrand Mound Training school for
1 Mr. and Mrs. Frank Winters and
Mr. and Mrs. 0. J. Johnson of Pull
man were week-end guests at the
H. L. McCormick home. Mr. and
Mrs. Winters are Mrs. MoCormick’s
parents and Mrs. Johnson is her
sister. .
Mrs. A. Barr and son Richard od'
Clatskanine, Oregon are overnight
guests this evening at the H. B.
Terril home. They were enroute to
Boston, Mass, where Richard will;
resume his studies in a medical
school. I
Mr. and Mrs. Ward Stowe of 0111- }
cago surprised their aunt, Mrs. Har- ‘
riet Allison and the] Louis Petitjeani
family with a. visit Thursdsy and‘
Friday of last week. They were en
route to their home after a trip
through the western states.
Mrs. G. H. Shanafelt and son
Gene and Miss Jane Throclnnorten
are visiting at the home Io! Mrs.
Shanafelt's sister, .Mrs. R. E. Reed.
The visitors are on vacation, seeing
interesting points in eastern Wash;
ington. They live in Seattle: ‘
| Miss Katherine Ponti of Prosser
was a week-end guest at the home
of.Marg~a.ret Hawkins. Miss Ponti,
who has taught in the local high
school for the past three year-3’7“}!
begin her duties as instructor in the
, Ellensburg high sghool on Septem
ber 5.
' , The Congregational division of
the M E aid will meet at the home
of Mrs C F Winkenwerder for a
picnic on‘Mursdaynpeptempe.‘ _ _i' “3."
I’Each' member is‘fiedfito mm. a
:dish to pass, sandwwhes. and We
:ser‘vices'.‘ The committee in charge
1 will furnish dessert and drink.
Miss Doris French broughtuher
sister. Miss Dorothy Frenohu‘fmm
their home 'in Nebraska last Week
end to resume her work .as kinder
garten instructer 1n the ’lOcal school.
Miss Doris is a. teacher in Wyom
ing and visited with old friends
here before returning to her teach
ing position. '
f The Gus Neuman home was the
gscene of a party Friday evening
3‘ honoring John and car] Beider
weiden of Stony Plains, Alberta,
9§D§§9~ The young men Mk 5“:
may for. Portland, where they will
visit with their aunt, Miss Marie
Spiegelber'g and relatives in Utah
before resuming thei: studies in a
seminary at _St. Louis. ' '
Annabella, Tyron Power and L oretta Young, who star in Suez,"
playing at the Roxy Tuesday, Wedn wday and Thursday.
The Henry Neel family has rented
one of the Trier apartments.
E. S. Black is a business visitor
on the coast yesterday and today.
Mrs. Bardwen and daughter,
Doris, have moved into one a: the
Trier apartmem'sl"'~"’
'Mrs. Greta Camobell and daugh
ter Jeafinette have moved into the
Commercial apartments. ' - .
' Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Kershaw and
family have returned from a two
weeks vacation trip in Idaho.
Dee Rose,- 3formermanager of the
Dower Lumber Go. here, was a bus
iness visitor in Kennewick Tuesday.
' Mr. and Mrs. Audley Evett and
tgmily returned Sunday from a. two
fiqgm’s vacation trip spent-1n Cal-
'~' Mrfiand Mrs. John Neuman re-'
turned last week-end from a two
week’s trip to the Golden Gate ex-
Dqsition. '
'Alma Chapter will meet Tues
day eveping, - September 5 to re
sume their work after the summer
muong ' '
Mr. 'and ' Mrs; Ray Normfle are
planning to ment; the week-end at
Ellensburg, where they will take in
the rodeo. '
Mrs.‘ Arthur 'Whlte of Junction
City, Otegon is helping care for
her sister, Mrs. R.‘ B. Holden dur
ing her illness.
'Mrs.f_' William ,smnshym and
daughter, Betty, left' Saturday for
San Francisco. They intend to be
some ten days. - _
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Linn and the
W. E. Johns family motored to Wal
la Walla Sunday, where they en
joyed a family picnic.
Mix Ann Callahan led't last week
to resume her teaching position at
Sheridan, Oregon after spending
the summer with her aunt, Mrs. Phil
Mrs. J. B. Goddard of Los An
geles, California and Mrs. C. D.
Whiting osf Yakima visited last week
at bhe 'home of their father, Dr; C.
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Johnson and
family of Kent arrived this evening
to visit at the home of Mrs. John:
son’s uncle, I. N. Mueller” IW4;
few days.
Among the Kennewick residents
who registered at the Washington
building at the Fair last week were
Mrs. D. c. Borgen, Mildred Borgen,
Charles and Margaret Hanratty,
Horace Wray, Olav Otheim, Hex-b
Pevy, H. P. Owens, Mr. and Mrs.
George A. m and Mrs. Rosa E.
was» , .
, fave:
$4 000
an't‘ V
BIGGER ngmom
} 'Grant Conley ‘
i Cove. Oregon. can: . ‘
1 "My 3511 p 'Caterpillar" Die
‘ sel pulls bigger loads and
‘ saves 45c an hour in fuel
compared with my old gas
tractor. I've made a clear fuel
fling of over S4OOO since I
ught it. To date it has run
9000 hours and I've only
spent S3O for repairs."
Take advantage oi "Caterpil
lar" Diesel Economy today!
0 Ask for a Demonstration on
Your Own Farm.
Richmond Brothers
Implement Co.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Oliver of
Pullman were Kennewick visitors
Tuesday. Frank will play right
half-back on the first team at W. 8.
0. this year. '
Miss Ann Mocaer and Mrs. Floyd
Butohim attended a nurses alumni
party in Pasco Monday evening. Fol
lowing the dinner the ladies en-
Joyed a theatre party.
-Mrs. Emma Higley remmed Sun
day from Redmond, Oregon, where
she spent the past .four weeks help
ing the George Albrecht’s with their
new grocery business. ‘
Mr. and Mrs. R. I. hinder of Wal
la Walla were Sunday callers at the
home of Mrs. Phil Trier. Mr. Lind
er is superintendent of the Walla
Walla Meat Company. " . .
The fourth division of the M. E.
aid will meet with Mrs. G. A. Pur
dy Wednesday, September 6. Mrs.
be the assisting hostesses.
'Mis Mary Womack is visiting at'
the home of her sister, Mrs. P. 0.
Stone this Week, havmg returned
from Virginia. where she spent the
summer vacation visiting relatives.
She will leave this week-end for
Yakima to resume her teaching'in
the schools there. ‘
Mrs. Herbert G. Gall entertained
with a tea Thursday afternoon in
honor of Mrs. J. H. _thilling, who
is visiting- at the homeof her son.
Dr. F. A. Schilling. Guests in
cluded ladies from both the Ken
newick .- Pasco Episcopal churches
with thirty ladies calling during the
afternoon. Mrs. Gall was assisted
by Mrs. Warde Johnson and Mrs.
George Tilhury Jr.
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Economy CAPS g
Ball CAPS, doz. .. .23c
Ball or‘ Kerr JARS
Dozen Quarts ...79c'
Kerr LIDS, 3 doz; 25c
‘ Try IYA_o'ur Ffivorifie ~
Vik—iig COFFEE, lb. 20c
A Popular Blend
De-Ijsh-Us Coffee, lb. 25c
—Special Introductory Price—
With a Rich, Winey Flavor
Eighteen boys and girls oi the
Christian Sunday School attended
a picnic in the park Friday after
noon with Mrs. C. 3.. Meyer and
Mrs. c. E. Durham as hostesses.
Mrs. P. 3. Durham and daughters
of Pasco were guests.
Carl Allen. publisher of the Pull
man Herald. was in Kennewick on
Tuesday and called at the local
printing office. He is helping with
the publicity matters for the fM-‘
ball games at Pullman this year. \
Mrs. R. E. Reed entertained with
a. party Wednesday evening In hon
or her house guests. Mrs. Mae Shan
afelt and son Gene end ms: June
Throckmorton of Seattle. Card hon
ors for the evening were received
by Mrs. Wm. Green and Mrs. H. E.
Kuh Family and House
Guests Visit Coast
FINLEY—Mrs. Joe K 11!) and sons
Dan and Joe, and their house guest.
Mrs. Buckner and children of Chi
cago. visited last week in Vancouver.
ily and Hamid Dal-nan of Melbeteu.
and Smith home. The new camels
Finley Grange will meet Thurs
day. Sept. 7th at 8:30. M w
is asked to bring either cake or
dinner guests Sunday of their
daughter and Manhunt!“
Caeraik. - .. ~
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Withun
Walla Walla. Saturday. ‘
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Sherrywere
Sunday dinner guests of In. and
limb. RGouring.
m. and Mrs. Ed Know of the
State Line, neutwula Wane. wen:
Insure: _ .
mercy o! sudden mm
Ibllflle. Mich”?
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0.; Best. Seller
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1 25¢
I SUGAR, UG- I ' a'fif’ $5.23
I'Yesh Vegetables ‘
cmors, BEETS, 5
Each 60
10-Pound Bag ......150
Boomerang Plane F R -E E with each
. purchase at 10c or more'
McDonald's Grocery
Phone 32l Free Delivcy 9:30 and 3:30
WE WANT to fill this page with good nkuy lic-ms
every week. You an help us. When you know an
than at fitment. tell us about it personally. or by phone—-
we'll ' acute it. Phone No. One-Double-One.
Sanchy dinner guests of Hr. nnd
{lx-s. Ben Schwartuooph.
Hmrd 11mm of Suptle. arriv
ed Sunday nnd is living at the home
0! his uncle and mat. at. and
Hrs. flux-y Brawn.
Richland Girl Begins
Teaching In Kennewick
RICHLAND Geraldine Dun.
answer of fir. and nu. J. C.
Dun. len Ilandny for Kmnewlck
whmshewfllwachaneof the
sixth grade: in the Kennewick
schools this yeu. She will make
m. and Mn. Wm. Puts of now
ton visited My ct the home
of Mrs. Sarah Antes.
Joe MM renamed Tuesday
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13 dozen ..........10c
Shurfine, 2 for .25c
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at priceszou can afford to
flesh Pork were 16°
Ribs, pound
Pork Sausage
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Biro: sliced, pound 25G
utter having spam the put two
week mung at the home of his
name in Idnho.
Dr. A. 8. Compton or Ylklm.
ot the home of his brothel-4:14.71.
Harry aniviey. ur. ond urn. W.
C. Schmidt and mu Dorothy or
Granger at the a. L. Mommy home
ond Vic Citron oi Radioman at m
home of his potent. In. and Mr..
John Ciuon.
Iln. Clayton flockney who under
went an operation {or ruptured ap-
pennies in the Puoo hospital three
her home Tue-day.
Gilbert Behaler. who ..an under
want an appendicitis operation at
the Paco hospital returned to his
home this week.
In. floel Glut who underwent
a mic! operation at the Paco hos
mm as reported as improving.
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