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Free Radio Show
to Be Held in Pasc‘
Pasco's 1940 Radio Show, a pre
view of the new model radios plus
entertainment Syd famous radio
stars. will be peld September 28 at
the Pasco Masonic Hall.
The Sponsors, local radio dealers
and Pacific Power a; Light Com
pany, promise mat the annual event
this year _wlll,surpass all previous
shows in both entertainmmt and!
educational features. 1
Five popular artists of the air
ways will appear in person in a reg
ulation “broadcast" exactly as tho
the pmgram were going on the air
from a major network studio. Ver
satile performers have been select
ed in order to provide a variety of
entertainmentzt.'l‘he programs are
designed to please everyrtype of list
ener preference represented in a,
nationwide radio audience. (
The cast will include Larry nur-J
am. guitarist: Frank lacolucci, ac
cordion master; Margaret Lenhart.
Vocalist; Ruth Osborn, harpist. and
Glen Martin, saxophone and clari
net virtuoso. . -' '
All are veterans before the micro
phone with numerous successful ap-'
pearances over leading stations and
networks as soloists and as mem
bers of well known ensembles.
One afternoon and twa evening
performanoeee tare schedued. Ken
newick and Pasco radio dealers will
have on diaphy the new 1940
models of radio gets. together with
educational and .novelty exhibits.
The entire, show will be open to
the public with no admission charge.
Wfil-Bflt W
' Banana use? Cake: 1,; cup short
ening, 34, tsp, salt. i 6 tsp. grated
lemon rind, .1 cup sugar, 2 eggs un
beaten, 2 cups. sifted cake flour, 2%
tsps. WWW; 94 cup milk. 1
large be sliced. Combine the
shortening. salt, lemon rind. Add
sugar and mean) until fluffy. Add
eggs one at a. time beating thoroly.
Sift flour and baking powder to
gether' three'~¢knes. Add small
mount; ,of. flow to creamed mix
ture alternating with. milk. beating
after can]; addition. Pour batter
into five- inch layer pans
creased M Bake in
inoderate oven flatmates.
You:_jHaye Neyer Seen
ABedr‘Oom Stiite Like;
I(£This_for So Little
I 55 95°
Here is one of the finest modern bed
room groups We have ever offered at
less than S6O! Four pieces—full-size
bed; extra large chest and mirror, 4-
drawer vanity. Mirror is fine quality
plate. American Bleached Walnut.
Pay only $1 weekly.
Washington Hardware
and Furniture Co.
Benton City Students
Elect Year’s Officers
j BENTON CITY—The Kionanen
ton high schoil students Friday
elected WayneAHanson president of
the student body. Wallace Roop.
vice president; Eunice King, secre
tary and Mary Thompson, treasur
er. ‘
Arthur Johnson attended a meet
ing of the National Farm Loan As
sociation Thursday evening in Ken
Bill Klinefelter and Milford Roop
Jr. left Saturday for Naches to
work in the apples. ,
Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Crawford left
Wednesday for Coupeville on Whid- 1
bylsland to spend ten days at their
summer home. Harry Russel is‘
driving the mail route during the
Crawfords' absence.
Inspects Beans - ~
Dave Bolinger of the Mark Means
Seed Company of Lewiston, Idaho
was here Wednesday in the inter
ests of the lima beans being grown
here for his company.
Jean Henson of Seattle came on
Tuesday evening for a few days’
visit with his grandparents, Mrw
and Mrs. A. L. Henson and his un
cle, Roy Henson.
Mr. and Mrs. Herald Crook and
daughter, Carol, of Aberdeen will
arrive Friday and on Saturday Mrs.
Crooks' parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. T.
Petersen will accompany them on.
a three weeks’ motor trip to Cali
fornia. They will visit the fair at
San Francisco and with the Peter
sen’s granddaughter, Mrs. Francis
Snyder (Dorothea Field) and fam
ily at Long Beach.
1 Mr. and Mrs. Pard Marlin and
son Jack and Mrs. Mary E. Brooks
left Wednesday for Wenatchee to
visit their sister and daughter, Mrs.
William Waterbury (Nellie Brooks.)
The Marlins will return Thursday
while Mrs. Brooks will remain for
a. few weeks longer.
Mr. and Mrs. George Morton left
Wednesday for a few days’ trip to
coast points.
Glen Hartman returned Tuesday
from St. Paul, Minnesota, where he
went with a shipment of lambs. -
Mrs. Willis Wright of Sumner
came Tuesday to help care for her
mother, Mrs. Maston Roop, who" is
ill at her home. Mrs. Roop suffer-
Visit Wenatchee
P‘ y Only ‘
a I
’ Weelkly
'ed a severe fall Saturday morning.
when her chair which is on casters,
50 shencan get m the house,
slipped out from under her. She
also has an attack of bronchitis.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Fleming and
daughter, Patricia and Fleming’s
father, J. M. Fleming of Los And
gels, left Thursday morning for
Vancouver, 8. C. to visit relatives.
They spent Thursday night in Se
attle continuing to Canada Friday.
They plan to return Monday.
inew chairman. The next meeting
will be September 26 with Mrs. W.
A. De Good.
Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Van DeVen
ter returned Monday from Wood
burn, Oregon. where they went last
week to atend the funeral services
Thursday for Mrs. Van DeVenter’s
uncle, Elmer Settlemier.
Work in Apple:
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Yolo and
family moved Wednesday to Cow
iohe, where they will reside while
Yolo is employed at the Yakima
Fruit Growers’ Warehouse at
Welkel as assistant packing bass
during the apple pack out. ,
‘ 'Lindell Hoover returned Sunday
to his home in Tacoma after a
visit with his sister, Mrs. C. E. Row
ley at Kiona. . ' I
Mr. and Mrs. W. 'c. Muldrow and
Mr. and Mrs. Don Hanson spent
Sunday fishing on the Kllchitat
river. . -. ‘
Wins Bridge Series
Mrs. W. J. Waldron was hostess
Tuesday afternoon to members of
the bridge club at the last meeting
of the series. Mrs. W. O. DeGood
held high honors for the afternoon
and also for the series. Mrs. Argus
Hughes was second high for the day.
Mrs. Robert Johanson, second high»
and Mrs. Henry Pumell third high
for the series. Mrs. W. E. Fillmore
{was taken in as a member to re
place Mrs. Laurence Palmer who
moved to Outlogk. '
Mr. and Mrs. Ed McCutcheozi of
Yakima and E. L. MoCutcheon of
Prosser were Sunday guests at the
Frank Dvorak home. '
A family dinner was held Sunday
at the home of Mrs. Alice Hart
man, honoring Mr. and Mrs Laur
ience Hartman of Seattle. Those
lattending were Mr and Mrs. Ira‘
Hartman -'and' Margaret. Mr. and
Mrs. Walter -Hartman, Miss «Vib‘
ginia Clark of Toppenish and Mrs.
Faye Maynard of Ellensburg.
Local Scottish Rite Masons 1n
Kennewick Tuesday evening to at
tend a dinner meeting of the lodge
were’M. --W. Reap. Harold Stringer.
Rolf . Anderson, :Oscar' Ransom. .-W.
D; Crawford‘and M. .3. .Everlttrot
North Bend, Oregon. ,-
C. Ashbyin Haspital '
7 1 After Breaking Arm
ROVER—OIen Ashby suffered a
broken am Monday and 13-111 the
hospital at Pendieton, Oregon.
Robert Mlll3 expects to leave
Friday for Nampa. Idaho, where he
will attend college again this year.
M 1: and .Mrs. J.. R, Ayers are
expected home from Superior. Mow‘
tam this week. - - ,_ ' ,
Mrs. L. Sellers came We Thurs;
day from Hurrah, Where die has
been picking hops.
’ Mrs. Carrie Dimick left Tuesday
for Boise, Idaho to visit her son,
Larry Dimick and family. From
there Mrs. Dimick is going to Ber.-
kley, California.- to visit her other
children for a. couple of months.
Women’s Home Benefit Club will
hold their first meeting in the aft
ernoon on September 20 with "3+
Frank Montague as hostess. Election
of officers will be held at this
meeting. - ’
Miss Margaret McCoy left m
day to spend a week in Spokane be
fore going to Pullman, where she
will attend W.S.C. this year.
:Perl Pickard and Mr. and Mrs.
Dave Pickard of Spokane spent a
few days with their mother, Mrs.-
J. E. Codhran last week. .
A class of eight freshmen were
initiated into Riverview high school
last,‘ Friday evening. _
'Riohard Nunn of Bridgebort, Ne
braska came last Tuesday to visit
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Nunn
and his sister. Mrs. Roy Bartholo-
{mew and family. ~ ‘
\ Mr. and Mrs. Keith Day and
family of Kennewick mined at the
Frank Montague home Sunday
Mr. and Mrs Guy Nelson and
sons Wallace and Ronald acoompan-'
ied by Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Dye and
daughter. Norma Dee, motored to
Como Sunday. . \
Mrs. c. B. Adhby was a dinner
guest at the Carl Evans home on 1
Monday. -
Locust Grove Locals
I Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Simmelink and
small laughter spent‘the week-end
in Portland and vicinity visiting
Gilbert Clodfelter and Mr. and
Mrs. M. Simmellnk and family at-‘
tended Pomona amuse at Whit-‘
stran Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Edwards
and Walter Edwards were Sunday
Mtors at the R. K. Safford home.
Mr. and Mrs A. A. Edwards and
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Lyons left Sun
day for a two weeks’ trip to the Cal
ifornja Fair and a short visit with
relatives and friends in Oregon and
The Roscoe Richmond. Herb
Owens. Pat Owens and Lyle 81m
melink families are spending this
week at. Pendleton taking part in
the events of the Round-up.
Mr. and Mrs. John Owens and
family are spending this week-end
in ePndleton, guests at the home
of Mrs. Owens' parents. while my]
stranded the Round-up.
BOY Darts Before Car
Causing Broken Leg
RIGHIAND—m »w m of
Mr. and Mrs. OWEackney is in
the 935°? hospital following a. car
‘ accident, Which happened Satur- ‘
3day morning In front of the Heck
ney home when young Hackney went
to the mail box for the mail. The
child stepped out mom behind mail
carrier Earle Jonm' car directly in
front or a. car driven by Marie
Hamilton, who-was but twenty feet
avoid hitting him.
Young Hackney was taken im
mediately to ‘the Pasco nominal by
Earle Jones and there it was found
that he was uttering from a. bmken
lee. broken in two places and is also
8113 mm from' cuts and bruiseq
about the head and body. 1
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ehrenburg
let Tuesday for Yakima.
Nix-3.1". Keppel of Spokane and
son of Dr. Mac Keppel or Chicago
were visitors Sunday at the home
of Mrs. Keppel's mother and sis
ter, Mrs. Julia Clements and Mrs.‘
Sam McMahon;
Mrs. Sam McMahon and her mo
ther, Mrs. Julia Clements spent
Monday visiting in Pasco. .
Mr. and Mrs. H. R. .Vansyckle of
Prosser were overnight guests at
the Robert Hanson home Monday
C. H.-Armstrong from Fbrt Lewis
is visiting at the home 'of his sis
ter, Mrs. 1“. Lemon.
Mrs. P. Lewiswlslted Sunday at
line home of her daughter in Walla
Walla. ' ' ’ ‘
Mrs: o. P, Luelloff-remrn'ed aun-
day from Bellingham where she
visited at the home of her daugh
ter and ’aon-ln-law, Dr. and Mrs.
L. L. Ogburn..Dr. and Mrs. Ogburn
and infant daughter brot her home
and returnedv’to Bellingham Sunday
evening. » _
L Irene Luelloff. Dan Bax-neat. Chas.
IMclntosh and Carlton Peterson left
Tuesday for Pullman. where they
entered W.B.C.
Warde ”Mimi’s, Laurence Pierson
and Willis Oldenburg left Sunday
for Chelan,f‘whgre_jthey will work
inthe apple harvest. ’ '
Mrs. M; Mela-shim and grand
daughter‘ of Clarkston are visiting
at the heme’qgnrs motel-shawls?
brother, Herclal Jameson. ‘ 1
Mr. and ms. Elmer Plnkle and
their house'gueSts, _Mr. and Mrs.
Earl ankle of Milton were Sun-l
day-‘guests at the BarryDlllon
home. ’ ’ ' '
'Carl Erickson accompanied Mi.
and Mrs, L.'l‘weet and son, Bob, to
Tonsate'Sunm... .
‘ Miss Helen Enema , left Wed
nesday for Yakhua'fihere she will
immenhex- duties as librarian 'at
the Yékihia vanéy Ju’hior College.
Mr. minis; g.Pa,hnebaker and
Muslim; Mary m‘mbm. Ida... '
are visiting pg ‘ home of'Mr. sad
Mrs. c. 1531," , j 1
‘Mr. and Mrs, fiend Bureau re
turnecli’rom~ ‘r‘ gndVancouveg-I
where , they pg've been visiting 4
friendsangi reiaflyes for the past fen 1
days. 7. ~ _ . V
Mrs. Drager ofj fiasco spent Mon- 1
day visiting stifle home of Mrs. A. 1
mum - T ‘ ’,_ ""' 'f
fills. Johnson and baby of Cascade
leeks. on, is visiting“ the home
of her parentg, Mr. a'nd Mi; 6:6:
The Riohlahd Womens club met
Thursday‘rqr their first meeting of
the sea‘son. j ,’ l ' ‘
c. C. Wilébn. of Elleusburg is m
fting‘ atthe home: of hisslster. Mrs.
J. c. Sheen. 3 1;.-
Oarley 3W gpent the week
end _e.t his hpme at mom. He has
spent the summer at the Sweany
sheep camp in the mountains near
Spokane. I
, CARD 'Ol-? ms
We all deeply BDm'edate the
kindness shown in your floral gm,
Willsßathbun and Sons.
Mrs. and Ml 3. Dan lockner
and family. parents of Mn.
. Bertha Rathbun. 4 _ I
The only préduot mat-never
seemstoexceed the Cabana fox-it
Bowman. .
ELSITII I H. mUTflfltal
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Kiona-Benton Grangers
Enjoy Stunt Program
3mm CITY—The Kiona
‘ing of the fall Wednesday evening.
VLawrenoe Palmer was issued a de
mit to the Outlook grunge and a
stunt prognmwasgiven. MmA.
L. and Mrs. Ray Henson will be
hostesses at the next meeting Sep
Miss Esther Hartman left Friday
to resume her teaching duties in
the Wew schools.
Mrs. Herman F. Smith received
word Thursday of the death of her
brother-in-lnw. Wilson A. Tozer at
Ellensburg. She left Friday for
311 mm and was Joined there by
w. smm and daughter. Phyllis ot‘
Seattle. After attending the fun
em services Saturday, they re.
turned here to spend the week-end
with Mrs. Smith at their ranch.
Mr. and Mrs. Dean Hartman of
Salem. Oregon and Mrs. Hartman's
mother. Mrs. Elisabeth Balman of
Yakima. visited may with Ham.
man's parents. Mr. and Mrs. I. n.
The local Masonic lodge met with
a good attendance Thursday eve
ning for their first meeting of the
tail. The Rev. C. W. Geisaler gave
‘a paper, “Masonry and the Church.”
Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Mathews!
and their house guests, Mr. and Mrs.
R. E. Mathews or Red Wing. Min
nesota and Mr. and Mrs. Jerry
leake of Buttonwinow. California.
returned Friday evening from a two
day trip to Coulee Dam.
Mr. and Mrs. Percy Stocks of
Bremerton called on friends hem
Friday. Stocks is a former Benton
Qty W V m owned
the Benton mtmnery. now
belonging to cm Howard.
Arthur Johnson took Will Finley
to Gm Saturday in response to
a message of the serious illness of
Pullers (other.~ Dee Finley. Word
Monday from Finley stated his a.
ther’s condition was improved.
5 Sum. M. W. Roop and Gardon
30191! W accompanied ‘by Harry
Benson of Rover and o. a. m
head of Richiand to Yakima Sat- ;
NY. where they attended an em
ietic meeting. Robert Belly aha
atended the meeting. The Misses
Helen Hopkins andVem Smith and
M“: “W Chitwood, going to
Yakima with him.
Family Reunm ~ 13 .
, Attended by Elliotts
MOE Yum—an». and
Mrs. Russell Elliott and children
went to Yaklmg last Sunday to at.
““114 a lemon of the Elliott;
.3" and Mrs. Plan Hodges ,0!
Cloverland visited at the.,c. G.
M 13611 home last; week-end.
Byron “mm was home our
the week-end. ;
[ Game Thomas and Melvin Bur
‘flsare visiting {lt the home of their
sister and. bmther-tn-law, Mr. Ind
ms. Ralph magnet
Wardfiuppisdolngrm amen
tu- wqu for mu Blair 1:; the
’ Ray Marsh. who has been on.
valescing at the, home of his par
last week Mrs; Marsh and small
“neuter Frances also stayed at the
JohnMamshhome. '
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bprague
of Portland are guests this week
at the F. 8. McClure home. Mr.
Sprague. is the son of Mrs. Mc-
Mrs. J. 8. Kennett spent the dey
Wednesday with Mrs. G. A. Rum).
Regular meeting of Valley grunge
Friday, September 22.
Mrs. Nell Staley has returned
home after several weeks in Walla
IWalla with .Mr. Staley. who is a.
patient at the Veteran's hospital.
She reports Mr. Staleyebout thei
. Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Berg of
Long Beach. California visited last
week at the Ernng Berg home.
. The Kuhn-e club held a dlhner
party at the Reed home Monday.
It the: woo 01mph 0m to
mire a «non. These delicacies are
nave to the Puget Sound country
nus-cent to Olymph, m grown 3,
W beds. and opened in Olympu.
'lhe mu. My club will meet
Friday. W a with am. a.
A. Rum.
KW.B. Pioneer Farmer
Takes Eastern Trip
warm mum David Zer
weth left Wednesdny for g (419 that
I!!! an: him but over the mum
13““: Mr. Zerwekh mcenbly sold
his vineyard to A. L. Rania: of no.
WI. UNI. who bu taken Mn
and m. Zen-went is plummg on m
m Mothers and sisters mom he
hasnotaeenforomthhw yen-5.
Hr. m cane to this valley
Suzi? .
16 dall <
, ,
s’/ sale I
Grapefruit 3N o. 303 tins 25c
DEL MONTE, fancy
Sauerkmut . No. 2! tin 9c
la'bby’s, Hullsdale, fme cut
’. k .
glgltxlzgmfiremimléfdggeg 28c
fiaflflefifl 330- 2 ""8 25c
Kitchen Craft 49%. sack $1.49
FLOUR, home-type flour
Hari'est Blossom, 49-lb. sack $1.291
FLOUR, for all purposes
Del Monte
N ‘33:?
3 n 2; .250
Carton . . . 15c
Granulated Soap
”ms-“. 354
Borden’s or
—Prices Effective Friday and Saturday 01‘1"
Salmon * pound 96.
Half or whole ,
mm size I” 21.9
ClidahY’s Fancy
. m
14kg. .... . 17c
Julia Wright’s Bread
l-lb. Loaf 90 Lee. v 4.15. Loafl3c
ma Minty five m?
(or mmy years was ' u
the flown orchard, “mm" I
W to his own pmpeny in “M.
Between duxtm-t, when. he M In.
mine his home. In.
Seth Gregory. Who h“ m M
“It his old home at W M
Max-nod this week for . M W
before leaving {Ol- NM
where he expects to 390 ml :3:
the winter. Ml'b. Gm m m
M we mu m LEWISton,
About a dozen membq‘
Dunn of Reclamamn ”a:
in Paco Saint-dug W “I
Service culmination, .'
Waning and Robm omm. 3'
10m the Conneu cm a .
on. "-
Mrs. Everett 0. Vincent
Sunday from a Week" “at mu“
Invent: at Pullman,
The little non of Jan. I“
who has been suffering M Mn
”honing. caused from m .
a, rusty wire. is rem u “I
Mrs. Edwin New".
01:. Ram Ava. “ION. I”
No. 2% tin 10c
May, lb. : 14c
ygcfigs, lb. . 10c
Msko'wg- 20¢
Eggggilrite, fig]. 19c
Garden Fresh
PR O D UC E ,_
For Fri. and Sat. ‘
APPLES, Jonathank
BANANAS, pound . .5c
CABBAGE, pound 2c
5 pounds .....WZEC
Pot Roast of Beef, lb. 11¢;
Beef Roast, pound . .1“.
Short Ribs of Beef, lute
Sirloin Steak, lb. .....23
Round Steak, lb .....29c
Pork Steak, lb. . .. .. .25“:
Thu May, m” I" m

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