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'wy November 16. 1939
” Skuse was a week-end visitor
10'8- Ray Normile is 111 at her
”(this week.
I“! Margery Steele spent the
“me holiday visiting in Seattle.
ll!!- Wm. Shaughnessey was a
We visitor the first of the
“1:5. H. S. Taylor returned this
"mm; from a. two-day trip to Spo-
”I"; pearl Peach spent the double
my at her home at Priest River,
”$6.? and Mrs. J. C. Pratt and
three children were week-end visit
“, at Coulee Dam.
111- and Mrs. Russel Day are the
parts of a son born Armistice Day
a the Pasco hospital.
If, and Mrs. George Albrecht jr.
‘ “Redmond. Oregon spent the week
end visiting friends and relatives
9'33. Robert Williams of Daven
port is spending a. few days this
we: visiting at the C. C. Williams
home; .
Clinton Silliman of Palouse was
. week-end visitor at the home of
my parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Sil
ms. Homer Waggoner and daughq
ler Mary Jane of Pendleton were
my visitors at the C. H. Black-J
nun home.
Mrs, L. N. Dague has returnedt
from Naches where she has been
mixing the past two months in‘
me apples. 1
o. W. Thomas of Tekoa was a 1
Kennewick business visitor Monday
and Tuesday. Mr. Thomas is a
former resident and was looking
mgr his property interests in East
Prices and Terms to Suit
We Also Have a Few} Used Ones
~. WEEK’S - *
flashes IE Grocery 'll
Yolk- Shopping Needs for a Gala Feast this.
Thanksgiving arhe here from all the World.
IDATES, 1939 Crop, 2 pounds 23c l I,
Fresh Sair Dates
CRANBERRY SAUCE, 17-02., 2 cans .--.....29c
COVE OYSTERS, for dressing, 2 for .--.-----...25c
SALAD DRESSING, IGA, quart .3..1c
SUGAR, fine gram, 15 lb. . . 85c
HONEY, pure local clover, ,5 pounds --..--...-..39c
FORMAY, pure vegetable shortening, 3 lb. 49c
COCOA, Hershey No. 1, pound 15c
OXYDO’L, Ma Perkins’ Own, package .-..-..-----20c
COFFEE, pound .a.‘ . . 27c
Hills Bros., Maxwell House _
BRILLO, 12 pads, a value, package .19c
GREEN BEANS, Seaport, 3 cans 29c
RIPE OLIVES, mediums, can 15c
PUMPKIN, Gold Bar, 21/._»’s, 2 cans ..-.-.-.--...--.19c
CRANBERRIES, 2 pounds '. 291‘:
Plump Red Berries
CELERY, Green Utah, bunch 5c
LETTUCE, local solid, each 5c
ORANGES, sweet, juicy, dozen 19c
GRAPEFRUIT, -good size, dozen 33c
PORK STEAK, pound . . 15c
Lean Cuts—Young Porkers
COTTAGE CHEESE, fresh daily, 2 pound . .19c
BACON, in piece only, Swift’s, pound --.--------23c
RIB STEAKS, branded beef, pound .........-.19c
SPARE RIBS, meaty ribs, pound 198
The second division of the M. E.
Aid will hold an all-day bazaar and
tea will be served in the afternoon
at the home of Mrs. H. R. Vibber on
Saturday, November 18.
A number of Rebekahs motored
to Toppenish today where they at
tended a district meeting. An elec
tion of district officers was to be the
main order of business.
Miss Lois Shumake, Benton coun
ty nurse spent the week-end visit
ing in Tacoma. Her sister, Miss
Margaret Shumake, returned with
”her for a week’s visit here.
The Kilkare club held a dinner
party at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Ed "Webber Monday evening. Card
prizes for the evening were won by
Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Whittemore and
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Higley. _
Dave Bartlett and Mr Kelson of
Bonners Ferry, Idaho were visitors
at the home of Mr Bartlett’s sister,
Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Whittemore,
Sunday on their return from a bus
iness trip to Seattle and coast cities.
Mr. and Mrs. Herb Crawford and
daughter, Sally Mae, were visitors at
the C. A. Crawford home Saturday
and Sunday. Mrs. Crawford and
daughter stayed over until Tuesday
before returning to their home at
L nd.
Prizes for -the evening’s enter
tainment at the Catholic ladies ba
zaar were awarded to Bill Wash
burn, Mrs. Paul. Richmond, M. F.
Hall, Mrs. Phoebe Sherk and J. M.
Doyle of Plymouth. There were
some 200 people attending the din
ner. '
Albert C. Martin, Commissioner
of Public Lands, this week accept
ed an application to lease shore
lands in Block 9, Assessor’s Plat 6.
in Section 8, Township 17 North,
Range 31 East, in Benton County.
filed by William J. Blair, Kenne
‘wick. Washington.
‘ The regular business meeting or
the Royal Neighbor club was held
‘Friday evening at the home of Mrs.
Joe Olbrich. After the regular bus
iness an exchange of birthday gifts
took place. Hostesses for the eve
ning included Mrs. Robert Farquhar
and Mrs. Ed Faulds. _ V- ‘
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Amon enter
tained with a Sunday dinner at
which time the I. N. Mueller and
Amon Mueller families were guests.
The occasion was in celebration of
Mr. Amon and Anna Marie Muel
ler’s birthdays. The Muellers were
also dinner guests at the C. C. Wil
liams home this evening, when Ar
lene Williams and Anna Marie cel
ebrated their birthdays. '
The local chapter D.A.R. met for
a dessert luncheon at the home of
Mrs. H. S. Taylor Monday. Mrs. J.
H. Siegfried reported on the meet
ing in Spokane, which she attended
in honor of Mrs. H. T. Roberts.
preeident general of the national so- ‘
ciety. Mrs tßay Yates had chargel
of the program which related to the
history of the “Little Brown" Church
in the Vale.” Mrs. Siegfried cone.
ducted the national defense pro
gram. The next meetingwill be
held at the home of Mrs. MM.
Moulton in December. '
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hinckley
were Walla Walla visitors Monday.
Gene Britton of Clarkston was a
week-end visitor at the home of his
parents here.
Mrs. C. H. Blackman accom
panied by Mrs. Carl Elliott were
Walla Walla-visitors Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Lawrence jr.
are the parents of a daughter born
Sunday at the Pasco hospital.
Mrs. Jack Paxton of Walla Walla
is a house guest at the C. H. Black
man home a few days this week.
A. T. Belair returned Wednesday
from Yakima, where he was called
by the sudden death of his brother.
The old Shamrock Livery Barn,
‘formerly occupied by the Farmers
Excll‘iange is being torn down this
wee .
The new home of Mr. and Mrs.
Kenneth Durham on Third Avenue
East is nearing completion this
Mrs. C. G. Personett is slowly re
covering at .her home from a serious
heart attack and complications from
a week ago.
Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Richards and
Mrs. Dolly Harris motored to Yaki
ma Saturday morning and spent
the week-end visiting relatives.
Mrs. thn Kathman, Mrs. Ralph
Lincoln, Mrs. R. Lenz, Mrs. Don Vis
ger and August Kathman were
Walla Walla visitors Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Mick Felton and son
of Seattle are visiting this week at
the home of his brother Glenn Fel
ton and his mother Mrs. W. L. Fel
Miss Helen Massey, home demon
stration agent for the local P. P.
& L. company spent the double hol
{day visiting at her home in Port
Mr. and Mrs. August Kathman
and daughter Beverly, Miss Wilson
and Mr. Schultz of Lind were week
end guests at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. John Kathman.
Mrs. J. B. Loundagln and son,
Kenneth of Waitsburg’ and Mrs. W.
H. Loner of Walla Walla were week
end guests at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Paul Loundagin. _
The Kennewick bridge club which
was to have met November 22 has
postponed its meeting a week and
will be held at the home of Mrs.
Charles Powell on Wednesday, No
vember 29.
Miss Margaret Furling accom
panied Miss Valeria Holcomb of
Olympia and Lee Holcomb of Seat
tle to Kennewick, where they spent
the double holiday at the C. L. Hol
comb home.
The Nissaki Camp Fire Girls met
at the hall Monday evening and the
girls were busy on handcraft work
for their rank requirements. The
Hopitu girls met Wednesday eve
ning and worked on scrap books for
Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Hampton left
Monday for a vjsi-t at Lamont“ lowa,
Mrs; Hampton’s 'former home. Mr.
and Mrs. 0. H. Luddington and son
Orin were Sunday dinner guests at
the Hampton home.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Lum and baby
are visiting this week at the home
of Mr. Lum’s parents in East Ken
newick. Mr. Lum underwent a ton
sillectomy Tuesday morning and is
reported as recuperating nicely.
Miss Alice Gardinier of Ellensburg
was a week-end guest at the C. H.
Blackman home. Mr. and Mrs.
Blackman and son Junior accom
panied by their house guest enjoy
ed a trip to Coulee Dam and Spo
Lorenz Neuman entertained eigh
teen young people with a party on
Sunday evening in the Bethlehem
Lutheran church annex. Those pres
ent enjoyed playing group games
and refreshments were served by
the host.
Free Merchandise
$37.50 Desk, Chair A Top Grain Cow Hide
And Lamp Men’s Case $26.50
T and other prizes
The Clothier's Kennewick
Each SI.OO Purchase Receives a Chance on Our
One group Baxley
House Dresses
$1.95 values ....
To Clear
. Fine Quality and Fit
INTERWOVEN SOX - Fit Better and Wear
The ClOtl‘ier Kennewick
Art Nicoson is driving a new 3-4
ton Chevrolet pickup.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Angel of Athoi.
Idaho, came down yesterday to at
tend the special Masonic meeting on
Wednesday evening.
Kennewick Junior High second
team beat Wallula eighth graders
this evening with a score of 21 to
8 on the Kennewick floor. a
Ralney Stone of Pullman and a
former Horse Heaven resident is
spending a few days this week as
house guest at the C. C. Williams
Kilkare club met at the home
of Mrs. H. W. Whittemore this aft
ernoon with Mrs. R. E. Reed win
ning high honors, and Mrs. Charles
Spears, who was a guest of the club.
second high. -
The Misses Viola and Gertrude
Schoenwetter of Lowell, Wisconsin
have been house guests at the home
of their cousin and wife, Mr. and
Mrs. Ray Boldt the past week. The
young ladies left Sunday for Cali
fornia, where they will spend the
The regular’ meeting of the Ken
newick pinochle club, the P.-T. A.
meeting and the meeting of the Es
colentes club have been postponed
from Wednesday night of next week
to a date one week later, the change
being necessitated on account of
the change in the date of Thanks
giving. _
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Lincoln and
son Bob, Mrs. Bill Burgess and son.
Ronnie, of Kirkland. are leaving to
morrow for their homes after visit
ing since Monday at the John Kath-
Iman home. Miss Helen Kathman
of Seattle, who accompanied them
is work-ing temporarily 'with the
construction department of tho lo
cal P. P. & L. company.
W. B. Munson and M. P. David
son, both of the state highway de
partment are vacationing in Kenne
wick, goose hunting. They report
getting three Tuesday and five Wed
naday morning. but would like to
see stormy weather for their ven
ture. Davidson was formerly con
nected with the county engineer's
office at Prosser.
The Library Guild will meet Mon
day for an all day meeting at the
home of Mrs. H. W. Withers. A
potluck lunch will be served at noon.
The second division of the M. E. aid
met at the home of Mrs. V. W. Bird
today and made final arranagements
for their annual bazaar and tea
which will be held at the home of
airs. H. R. Vibber Saturday. Novem
r 18.
Mrs. 0. T. Staley. Mrs. Wilmot
Gravenslund and Mrs. A. C. Amon
were hostesses to two bridge parties
this week at the Anion home. Fol
lowing the dessert luncheon Tues
day afternoon Mrs. Larry Oliver re
ceived high honors and Mrs. Cur
ran Chellis low. Honors for the Wed
nesday afternoon arty were receiv
ed by Mrsfiimeg &'s§n and Mrs. R.
E. Ree .
Paul Brown, Fred Brown and
son Norman and niece, Polly
Thrasher. all of San Jose, Californ
ia are visiting at the Audley Evett
home. The party has returnedr from
a visit with Mrs. Fred Brown at
Coulee and are visiting relatives
here enroute to their home. Fred
Brown will stop afi San Francisco,
‘ where he is to wor as a cartoonist
in a Walt Disney studio.
Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Cheney spent
the double holiday visiting ._ with
relatives in Portland, Salem and
Corvallis. Miss‘Gertrude Cheney 01
Salem, sister of Mr Cheney, return
ed with them Monday for an ex
tended visit at their home here. Miss
Verdella Mueller accompanied the
Cheneys as far as Hood River, where
she was a house guest at the H. J.
Robertson home. The Robertsons
are former Kennewick residents.
Special Sale of
Fine Men’s
Dress Shirts
$1.65 and $2 values
A Gift at—
sl.2s each
The Columbia Irrigation District
this week took delivery of a new
Chevrolet dump truck. equipped
firfih a special Anthony hydraulic
E. J. Brand. who recently went
east on business. took delivery of a
new Chemiet coupe at the branch
factory at F'lint..' He Is driving his
new car back.
F. F. A. Boys Compete in
Interstate Contest Sat.
Last Saturday the F. F. A. potato
judging team participated at Pull
man in the interstate contest. Thene
were twenty-eight teams from
schools in western Washington rep
resented. The following boys par
tioipated from Kennewick: Ray
Peterson. Quentin Miter and Glen
Mizer, who made up the team and
David Johns and Albert Belter. who
served as alternates. The team}
judged well in this contest placed
in the upper half 13th. There were‘
six classes of potatoes judged. The
boys were accompanied by their in
structor. Victor Roberts. Next Satur
day the team will go to Ellensburg
to compete in the state contest. This
is the final contest of the year mak
ing three conests in all attended by‘
the potato judging team. 1
One of the agriculture classes vis-‘
ited the C. G. Campbell ranch where
the class studied the beef cattle
which he is feeding. .
School property In the United
sum is valued at 812.000.000.000.
If M need In! services please
all between 7 and 8 z.m., dun-ing
noon hour or after 6:00 p.m.
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Grapefruit Juice lib-oz tin I 9:
guffapple Juice lib-oz tin 29c
Tomato Juice lib-oz (in 23c
"syrup zu-oz. Jug 29c
TashwellSnCane and Maple
Wesson Oil Qt. £l3:
Break‘ast. Cereals
2 packages ........23c
2 packages ....l9c
Package .....10c
Package ..........loc
Bananas, firm, ripe, lb. 5c
Cauliflower, white hds. 13c
Celery, large green, bu. 5c
Lettuce, 'solid local 3 for 10¢:
Cranberries, 2 pounds 29c
Phone 32l
Complete Food . Service at the
WE WANT to till this page wlth good new.” lloml
every week. You can help us. When you know an
Item of Interest. tell us about it personally. or by phone—-
we'll ' acute It. Phone No. One-Dauble-Oue.
Bethlehem Lutheran to
Dedicate Next Sunday
‘ The Bethlehem Lutheran church.
Mounted on m and Benton BL. mu
dedicate its new house of worship
next Sunday. Rev. M. C. Knuth. the
local pastor. will deliver the dedi
oetory eddies in the torenoon nerv
icu. beginning at u an" Rev. B.
Bmcknunn. who mined the con
negation in 1909. will be the guest
speaker in the afternoon services.
will waist at both services. The
congregution will play host to its
visitors and members at a noon
The chunch. which has stood on
its present site since 1911. has been
thoroughly remodeled. The old
muster ceiling has been removed to
‘make way {or a wooden ceiling. sup
ported by {our scissor trusses. The
chancel has been enlarged to make
mom for a choir lol't end omn loft.
A special eltar mess has been built
for the altar. This rem is crown
ed by an each end a beautiful stain
ed glass window. A modern heat
ing and air conditioning system has
been installed in the basement or the
chumh. A spacious vestry-study
Sunday Dinner
40c to 65¢
Free Dancing
every SATURDAY nite
Every My Night
Oxydol Household Soap pkg. 19c
Borax Chips pkg. 22c
Nu-Bora giant pkg. 49c
Palmolive Soaß 3 bars l7c.
Now is the time in lay in a supply
of soap at these low prices.
Free Delivery 9:30 and 3:30 I
Fancy Bacon, pound 22c
Any Size Piece
Steaks, gr’n fed beef, lb. 22c
Cottage Cheese, pound 10c
Fresh Oysters, pint 19c
New Kraut, quart . . 10c
has been added to the north end of
the church building. while a fresh
cost of paint gives the entire church
' 39” gppearance. _ - _ __
All the labor needed for the re
modellnc or the church was tum
lshed by the members themselves.
The Ladles' Ald hes {umlshed the
ourpets tor the chancel and the Male
runner as well u the vestments for
the elm md-pulplt.
We heurtlly mvlte you to attend
these dedlcatory servlces and. It you
have no church home. to make your
home wlth us.
Prices always rise
when colder weather
sets in. Be ready, be
'comfortable phone
your order AT ONCE
. . We will recommend
a coal to fit your par
ticular needs at low
est prices.
Potlatch Yards
I What"
2 pounds ..........25c
Pound ............20c
(Vb 20%:
433°C“ ’SO
can a,
lb. 25c

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