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My. September 21, 1939
D and Mrs. P. S. Jacobsen of
aware week-end visitors with
”gamma Miss Mary Jacobsen.
'I- 8. clement: who is undergoing
Wt treatmeigttgn IS‘upOkane, was
ck v i r esday. ‘
‘33:: Mrs. W. J. Thurston and
uhtef com were Sunday visit
,“ the P. H. Durham home.
new Guild met with Mrs.
an[Bentley Monday for their
”W of the year.
fun-03mm ladiw will hold a
“good sale at McDonald’s
I*..de Mrs. Paul Richmond
”was visitors in Walla Wal
‘W.,,,g_-_ 'l' ...-8;“ Luann“...
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mung-lean Legion Auxiliary
”wwwnesday, September 27,
”muck at the Legion hall.
:0 Viola Sheppard of Toppen
's 11l 3 week-end guest at the
’3“ Mrs. Cora McKain.
TIL-“d Mrs. Archie Bishop are
;. wt; of a. daughter born at
GE Mo hospital Tuesday.
..m J. C. Hogan left Wednesday
twin” to spend a few days vis
“ gt the home of her brother
m quinlty. ’
'3 ma Mrs. H. L. McCormick
If! m Danny were week-end vis
-5 .t the home of Mrs. McCor
w parents in Pullman.
In. I‘. Schuster is spending this
#3 uniting with her sons and‘
m in Portland.
jun my Maddox and infant son
mm Anthony returned home
ill! the Pasco hospital Saturday.
in Luella Goodnight visited
*fim'm, Mrs. Charles Dallas
finfidleton last week.
mt. mamas Brown and his aid,
b. Richardson flew over from
M Lewis Tuesday for a short
in a me Brown home.
3] daughter was born Tuesday,
father 19 to Mr. and Mrs. Ot
' Brae. All concerned are doing
am. Flora Barnes and Mix Nina.
pin of Riverside California were
fi-mdgmts at‘ the C. 0. Wll
- home. . .
Ills Leone Skeene was a Pendle
hm last week-end where she
Md the Round-up and was a.
{fist'the home of Mr. and Mrs.
I“! Item. ‘
in: East Kennewick Women’s‘
chum meet at the home of Mrs.
MgTuaday, .September 19 with
Frank Wright as the assist
‘ ERirr-P. Beste was hostess to‘
Hymn-e Nous club Tuesday after-‘
u, ”nigh honors were receivedl
NIB. P, 0. Stone and low by Mrs.
M Washfium. .
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‘m *Farquhar of Aber-l
*6 h Spending the week visiting
lfli her son and daughter-in-law,
In’mdjln. Robert F'arquhar and
We invite comparison on PRICE and QUALITY
and on service rWe claim an edge.
Prices for Fri. and Sat, Sept. 22-23
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COCOAN UT, fresh sweetened, pound ......-.25c
0000 A, Hershay Breakfast, pound ........-..-15c
COFFEE, Blue G, fresh ground, pound ........21c
WEATHEARTS, Sperry’s, package ..--....22c
FLOUR 49 Ib§sm9
:Cmtenniar Silver Leaf
I”: ; _- 7—W‘W
SHCED BEETS, Seaport, 2 cans for ............19c
GORN, Whole Kernel, Seaport, 2 cans for 23¢
BEAS; Magic Valley, size 3, 2 cans for ....25c
SALMON, Alaska Sockeye, pound can ........-25_c
Pentemual Eastern . .
CATSUP, IGA, De Luxe, 14.02., 2 for .29.. c
”CEDAR DUST MOPS, No. 4 De Luxe, ea. 98c
BROOMS, 5-tie, Blue G quality, eaCh ~,,,,......69c
CLEANSER, IGA, it cleans, can 5c
‘KLEENEx 200 M. '3: 500 28;
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GRAPEFRUIT JUICE, Rel, 46-02., can ....18c
Fm"; for Salad, IGA Quality, can ...............140
FLIVES: tall jar stuffed, each 25c
SBACON pc. lb. 25c
IW3, Armour’s—lean or heavy '
Ba ‘— —_—_'
SA? Beef LIVER, tender, mild, pound ........15c
pot MON, med., red, sliced, pound --..............15c
p 0 kßoast BEEF, arm cuts, pound ................19c
Bo!" ROaSt, Shoulder Roast, pound ............19c
“11mg Beef, meaty ribs, 2 pounds for .......-.25c
kCON SQUARES, Swift’s Dixie, pound ....17c
Adrian Harrsch and H. Miller of
Spokane visited with Minnie Harrsch
Tuesday. . ‘
The first division of the M. E.
aid will meet. at the home of Mrs.
’G. A. Rupp Wednesday, September
'27. A friendship dinner will be set-l
‘ved at one o’clock. -
Manley and Melvin Knonaas,
Joyce Smith and Laura Wooden
were registered from Kennewick at
the Washington State exhibit at the
‘San Francisco fair.
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Hawkins ac-‘
companied by some friends Iroml
Butte, Montana, were Tuesday call
ers of his sister, Miss Margaret
IHawkins. They were enroute to
California on a business trip.
Miss Sybil Cusick accompanied
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Smith of Waits
burg .to Kennewick Tuesday and
visited with Miss Margery Mott.
The Smiths attended the funeral of -
iMrs. Smith’s brother. I
Dr. and Mrs. R. L. LaMott, Mrs.
T. W. Payne, Mrs. B. J. Campbell
and Mrs. Herman Campbell attend
ed a district missionary meeting,
which was held in Sunnyside Tues-l
Victor Rogers attended an agri
culture teachers’ dinner meeting in
the upper Yakima valley Saturday.
Preparations for the Yakima fair
were discussed. There were twelve
schools represented.
Miss Anna Mcßee of Seattle was
a week-end guest at the home of ‘
Miss Floyce Smith. Miss Smith and
Miss Mcßee have just returned
from a two weeks trip to the San
Francisco exposition.
The Business and Professional
Woman’s club will hold a potluck‘
dinner and social evening at the‘
‘home of Virginia. Carpenter Mon
day evening, September 25, at 6:30
o’clock. '
Harold King, Al Kissler, Verne
Faulds, Frank Rondexna. and Mrs.
10113;; Blackman, Pearl Peach and.
Martha Chellis attended a Safe
way employee dance in Walla. Walla
Tuesday evening. _‘
I Mrs. Bert Wilson and daughtem
’Patsy, returned last week—end from
>Seattle, where they had spent sev
eral days with Mr. Wilson, who
underwent a major operation there.
He is reported as recuperating sat
’ Mrs. J. C. Mueller and daughter,
Dorothea of Newberg, Oregon were
‘F‘riday visitors at the W. F. Al
- home enroute to Mrs. Muel
ller’s daughter’s home at Davenport!
‘Mrs. Mueller is a sister of Mr. Al
’ Mr. and Mrs. C. C(Williams and
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Amon celebrat
ed their thirtieth . wedding anniw
versary with a, dinner party Friday
evening. The two couples staged
Kennewick’s first double twedding
thirty years ago.
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert A. Brunn
left Monday for their home in Chi
cago, after spending the past two
weeks visiting at the home of Mr.
'Brun’s father, Dr. c.‘ Brunn and‘
with relatives in Yakima.
i The Royal Neighbor lodge is hav
ing a social night this evening. the
main feature of which will be
“backwards" stunts. The district
deputy, Mrs. Haz'el' Schick of Walla.
Walla and the Pasco members will‘
she guests for the evening.
I Mr .and Mrs. Gerald Campbell
left Wednesday for their home in
Seattle, after spending the past two
weeks visiting at the home of his
mother, Mrs. mmfred Campbell.
Bob Campbell accompanied them to
Seattle, where he has employment.
Mrs. W. A. Joyce has just'retum
ed from the coast, where she has
been with her daughter, Mrs. Leslie
iE. Offield, who recently underwent
‘a major operation. Mrs. Offleld ls
ymmproving steadily her many
friends will be glad to hear. I
I Edward Hoem and daughters, An
nabel, Eleanor and Margaret and
’50:) Edward jr. of Snohomish and
Fred Asbury of Puyallup were Ken
‘newick week-end visitors. The par
ty was enrout to the Golden Gate
exposition at. San Francisco.
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Lawrie and
two daughters, Jean and Ann have
returned to their home in Colorado
Springs, Colorado, ather- spending
a week with his mother, Mrs. A. E.
Hinckley. They are both very prom
inent in musical circles, she as a
musician and he as a singer. ’
Relatives and friends have re
ceived word of the death of Mrs.
Dora. Khmer. former Kennewick
resident, who passed away Monday
from a heart attack at (Port Town
send. She is survived by four daugh
ters and five sons. Mrs. Kilmer had
retumed-rto'the coast after visiting
with relatives here In August.
Mrs. Howard Hinekiey was hon
ored at a stark shower at the home
of Mrs. John Fry in Pasco Friday
evening.~ Bridge honors for the
evening were received by Mrs. J.
K. Bockius and pinochle by Miss|
Maude Lampson. At the close of
the evening refreshments were serv
ed with clever decoration in keep
ing with the subject of the shower.
Hostesses besides Mrs. Fry were
the Misses Ethel Freeburg, Doris
Bardweil and Ruth Mueller.
Captain Marvin Carnahan, sta
tioned at Yakima. was a Kenne
wick visitor Tuesday evening.
Lee Lampoon, former resident of
Kennewick, now living at Coulee
City, 'stopped off here on his way
to ‘San Francisco last week, where
he went as a delegate to the Fed
eral Employees Union conference.
He took Mrs. Lampson‘. baby daugh
ter. and his mother and his wife’s
mother along with them on the trip.
Mrs. Ray Normile entertained at
her home with three tables of bridge
Wednesday evening. A dessert
luncheon Was served at which time
a large birthday cake was the cen
ter of attraction, honoring Mrs.
Howard Hinckiey and Mrs. Cecil An- .
derson. whose birthdays occured on‘
ther same day. The tables were clev
erly decorated in pink and blue col
lors. Mrs. Howard Hinckley was
presented with a stark. shower gift.
Bridge honors were received by Mrs.
Ed Crooks and Mrs. Hinckley. '
I is born on the wings of autumn,
the news to Kennewick men to be
paying attention to the cider barrel
and family wood pile.
r We stand a far better chance of
keeping the peace that is already
ours by talking less of a crisis that
might force us into war. ~ .
'. . . . No room for
these days
There isn't much room in the
average tam budget these days
for costly power experiments.
That’s why so many farmers
are saying, “I can’t nflord to
own anything but ‘Caterpillnr‘
Diesel actors I can depend'
on mine to get my work done
when I mt it done and meal
{net's a lot cheaper than neo
Richmond Brothers
Implement Co.
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Chocolate Chiffon Pie: 1 'l' gela
tin. 54 c. cold water, 15 c. boiling
water, ltsqs. melted, unsweetened
chocolate. 4 egg yolks. 1 c. sugar.
34 tsalt,ltvanina,4eggwhitcs.
Soften gelatin in cold water. Mix
boiling water and. chocohte tho
smooth paste, add gelatin, stir un
til later dissolves. Add egg yolks
beaten until fluffy. combine with
1,5 cup of sugar. Stir in salt. va
nilla, cool until slightly thick. Beat
eg whites stiff. add remaining 811-
gar, beat until it makes a peak. Fold
in chocolate and put in pie shell.
‘Put in ice box 12 to 24 hours.
Spread with thin layer of eweeten
ed whipped cream when serving.
Pull out stalks in garden as crop
is picked. This makes cleaning of
pot a. few clumps of chives and
parsley plants for your sunny win
dow during winter . . . Gooseber
rles and red curlents should be mov
early for safe transplanting in the
spring. . .°Primroses for next
spring can be planted now. Scat
ter seeds lightly on top of soil mix
ture composed of sand, leaf mold,
and loam.
be"? M. 1% cups am, 2
““95 mu peach pulp. 1/3 "tsp. a!-
mond extract. Baud milk and
cream, add sugar and allow mix
ture ‘0 0001: Putin flavoring and
hm freeze: then add peach pulp
an dflmsh healing. RemOVe the
“Sher. pack cream down and covl
er closely. Set ask“ to ripen “-1
fore serving. f l
‘ Crops were greatly damaged re
cently by the largest hallstones ever
seen in Pan district of France.
Steaks,pound . . . . . . . 25c
Tasty Link sausage pound . . 20c
Bacon, lean sugar-cured, pound 25c
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Week’s eßst Recipe
Plant Pllnnlng
Week’s Ben Recipe
20am for
6rolls for
Scansfor 4L
3...?”“270 ..
Pork Steak, pound . . . . . 19c
Pork Roasts, lean meaty cuts, lb 19c
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London, England The most
staggering blow thus far suffered by
huge Aircraft Carrier Courageous.
torpedoed by a German submarine
with an estimated loss or 500 uves.‘
The Courageous. built at a cost o‘l
$20,000,000. was a 22.500401: can]
with a capacity of {8 planes and a
crewoflzoo. Bbewasoneofthe
most valued ships in the navy. and
her loss leam Britain with only
‘four large aircraft came: and m :
smaller ones. with five of 23.00015
tons being rushed to completion. '
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