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Thursdfiy. November 30. 1939.
l LITTLE wSTORIES OF THE WEEK
m, and Mrs. C. C. Williams are
was Walla visitors today.
ms. A. V. Lewis was hostess to
the noyal Neighbor party at her
we Friday evening.
firs. Howard Hinckley and small
”n were brought home from. the
M hospital Sunday.
11:35 Katherine Pan-ti of Ellens
m was a Friday and Saturday vis
w with friends in Kennewick.
Mr. and Mrs. George 'l‘royer and
wily of Spokane were week-end
holiday guests of Mr. and Mrs. O. W.
Engels.
pro America will hold its regular
meeting Monday evening, December
4 at the home of Mrs. F. F. Beste at
8 o’clock.
The first division of the M. E.
aid will hold its annual bazaar and
god sale at Raymond’s store Satur
day, December 9.
Mrs. Ellen Williams was taken to
are Pasco hospital Friday where she
is being treated for a fractured hip
caused from a fall.
Art Mcßeynolds and Bernie Neu
man motored to Seattle this after
noon on a few days combined busi
ness and pleasure trip.
Miss Mary Wommack of Yakima
spent the Thanksgiving week-end
visiting at the home of her sister,
MrS. P. 0. Stone here.
Mrs. Homer Waggoner and daugh
ter, Mary Jane, of Pendleton, were
many visitors at the home of her
sister, Mrs. C. H. Blackman.
Mr. and Mrs. P. N. Hampton re
turned Monday from a two weeks’
trip to Lamont, lowa on a combin
ed business and pleasure trip.
New
' KIMBAL and
W H I T N . E Y
PIANOS
r NOW IN STOCK
Prices and Terms to Suit
We Also Have a Few Used Ones
' DUROCHER’S ,
BARGAIN STORE
Kennewick Washington
Bestes E Grocery
Who Would Like the Chance to Prove to You
Our Ability ,to Make Your Food Shopgigg Both
PLEASANT and PROFITABLE
Values Outstanding for December 1 to 7 '
CRISCO
The New Improved
3 pounds ......53c
PEAS & CORN
Seapolft Quality
Per can ......7‘/zc
Krispy Crackers
Salted Dalnties
2 pound box .. .28c
WALNUTS
Shelled Halves
Per pound . . . . .43c
CHOCOLATES
Old Fashion
2 pounds .19c
SWANSDOWN
The Real McCoy
Package ... .. .22c
SUGAR
Pine Granulated
15 pounds . . . . .85c
PUMPKIN
Solid Pack—2l2's
3 cans ......25c
KLEENEX
500 Sheet Size
2b0xe5........55c
Grapefruit Juice
RELIANCE
2—46-oz. cans . .37c
Sheridan We and John Safford
were among the many W. S. 0. sm
dents spending the Thanksgiving
holidays at their homes here.
The American Legion Auxiliary
will meet Friday, December 1 at
the home of Mrs. E. G. Lape at 1:30
for a sewing bee .for the Red Cross.
Miss Mabel Qualley left Wednes
day ‘lor her home in Tacoma after
working for the past few years with
the Twin City Creamery company.
Mr. and Mrs. Roland Franks are
the parents of a daughter born at
the Pasco hospital Tuesday. The
young lady weighed four pounds,
six ounces.
Mr. and Mrs. Karl Reese and
daughter and Miss Hulda Reese of
Hood River were week-end visitors
at the home of their mother, Mrs.
E. F. Reese.
Dr. P. 0. Stone was taken by am
bulance to Walla Walla, where he
entered the Veterans hospital for
treatment. He is reported as being
much improved.
Mr. and Mrs. Clay Puderbaugh.
Mr. and Mrs. Chris Puderbaugh and
Alta Aylward were entertained on
Thanksgiving at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. John Dickinson.
Miss Martha Chellis, who is at
tending normal school at Belling
ham, spent the Thanksgiving week
end visiting at the home arr-her
mother, Mrs. Jennie Chellis. .
Escolentes club met at the home
of Mrs. Albert .Zarndt this after
noon. The study program was in
charge of Dr. M. W. Stevens, who
spoke on “Socialized Medicine.”
The Library Guild will meet Mon
day at the home of Mrs. H. 0. Curry.
The guild is holding its annual
bazaar and cooked food sale at Mc-
Donald’s Saturday, December 2. . ,
The lourth division of the M. E.
aid will meet Wednesday, Decem-
ber 6 at the home of_Mrs. Rona
Gowing. Mrs. Esther Smith and
Mrs. Burdette Boies will be assisting
hostesses. -
A daughter was born to Mr. and
Mrs. Ray Marsh at the Pascmhos
pita] Saturday morning. VMrs. G9O.
Stradford of Montana is taking
care of her other grand-daughter
during Mrs. Marsh’s illness.
The district Masonic study club
will meet here Wednesday night, De
cember 6 at the hall. The Grand
view lodge will give the paper for
study for the evening. The club
guests will include members of the
Benton City, Prosser, Grandview,
Pasco, Hanford and Kennewick
lodges. All of these lodges are ex
pected to be represented in good
attendance. _ _ _
HIGH SCHOOL
DAN CES
Every Friday Night
ARROW GRILL
_.._.__..____..___
WHEATIES, pkg.....11c
Blue G COFFEE, lb. 21c
’Wheat Hearts, pkg. 21c
OLD DUTCH, 4 cns. 29c
Rice, Blue Rose 31b. 19c
MACARONI, 3 lb. 19c
P & G SOAP, 4 bars 150
Nubora, giant pkg. 49c
MATCHES, 6 boxes 19c
SHRIMP, dry, 2 cns 25c
Oysters, Cove, 2 cns. 25c
Salmon, red, can ...--.27c
Cocoa, Hershey, lb. 15c
DOG FOOD, can -......-5 c
Raisin Cookies, lb. 25c
CHEESE, Ore., lb. 25c
Buckwheat, pure --.-49 c
Tea, Tenderleaf, pk. 35c
Fresh Vegetables
CELERY, each ..-..---5c
Sweet Spuds, 61b. ---.25c
Apples, Romes 10 lb. 25c
Oranges, 150’s, doz. 29c
Grapefruit, doz. .33c
Fresh Meats
Pork Steak, lb. ..-.---.15c
Pork Roasts, Ib. ----.-15 c
Pot Roasts, lb. -..--.--19 c
BACON, lb. --....--.-----23c
Veal Chops, Ib. --------25c
Liver, pork, lb. .----..-12 c
Rib Steaks, lb. --..-----.19c
FREE DELIVERY
JUST PHONE 251
THE KENNEWICK (WASH.) COURIER-REPORTER.
Mr. and Mrs. Lane K. Larson
were busines visitors in Presser on
Wednesday.
Mrs. Josephine Thrasher of st:-
attle is visiting friends in Kenne
wick this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hunt spent
Thursday with the Roy Hunt fam
ily in Richland.
Miss Elizabeth Grant spent the
Thanksgian holiday at the Ralph
Sever home in Yakima.
The first division of the M. E. aid
will meet with Mrs. Lottie Lam-pson
Wednesday, December 6.
Miss Alice Gardineier of Ellens
burg was a holiday week-end visitor
at the C. H. Blackman 'home.
Dr. R. M. deßit and county nurse,
Miss Lois Shumake conducted a
school clinic at White Bluffs Mon
day.
Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Luding'ton and
son, Orin, spent Thursday and Fri
day at the A. P. Freemutzh home in
Yakima. ‘
Mrs. Herbert G. Gall will enter
tain the St. Paul Episcopal Guild at
her home Thursday, December 7 at
2 o’clock
Mrs. Edith Bowers and son, Mer
vin. of Scottsblu-ff Nebraska are
visiting with her brother Howard
Ash and family.
Mrs. Bob Linder Jr., and Mr. and
Mrs. Geo. Reidell enjoyed Tanhks
giving Day dinner with Mr. and
Mrs. Ed Ringuette at the Finley
store. _
Alta. Aylward left Friday mom
ing for Seattle, where she will re
sume her work after spending the
past two weeks visiting with her
parents here.
Mrs. Gus Neuman and daughter,
Ella, arrivéd _ home this morning
from Seattle. Miss Ella will make
an extended visit here while recup
crating Iron: a recent operation.
Kennewick Valley grange will
hold its regular meeting Friday, De
cember 1. The question 01 increas
ing the dues will be discussed. All
members are requested to be pm
ent.
.Mlss Ruth Dwire accompanied
Miss Mary Margaret Brown home
for the Thanksgiving vacation last
week-end. Both young ladies are
attending Marymurst college at Os
wego, Oregon.
Mr. Clark’s physics classes re
taking up the study and discussion
the laws of motion. The chemistry
classes are interested at» the pres
ent time in the electronic theory of
the composition of matter.
The local Rebekah lodge enjoyed
a home coming program at their
regular meeting Tuesday evening.
During the program letters were
read from all out of town members,
who were unable to be present. A
social evening Ifollowed with re
lreshmen-ts being served. Mrs. O.
Richter of Ritzville, a former mem
ber of the local lodge was present
and was a house guest at the E. A.
Silliman home.
1. The establishment of 'an agency of the
federal government under which shall be
coordinated and administered all medical
and health functions of the federal govern
ment exclusive of the army and navy.
2 The allotment of such funds as congress
may make available to any state in actual
need, for the prevention of disease, and the
promotion of health and the care of the sick
on proof of such need. '
3. The principle that the care of the pub
lic ‘health and the provision of medical serv
ice '-to the sick is primarily a local respons
ibility. ' .
4. The development of a mechanism for
meeting the needs of expansion of prevent
ive medical services With local determina
tion of needs and local control of adminis
tration. .
5. The eXtension of medical care for the
indigent and the medically indigent With
local determination of needs and local con
trol of “administration.
6. In the extension of medical services to
all the people, the utmost utilization of qual
ified medical and 'hospital facilities already
established.
7. The continued development of the pri
vate practice of medicine, subject to such
changes as may be necessary to maintain
the quality of medical services and to in
crease their availability.
8. The expansion of public health and med
ical services consistent with the American
system of democracy.
Mr. and Mrs. 1". Ludlow of Ken
newick visited at the Frank Mont
ague home Sunday.
Mrs. Wilson of Milton, Oregon
visited Tuesday at the home of her
brother Everett Moss.
The Mises June and Virginia
Visger arrived Sunday from Los An
geles, California. They recently
graduated from Wodbury College in
Los Angeles after spending the past
year attending school there.
George Henke of Burns, Oregon,
spent the week-end visiting at the
home of his parents. Mr. and Mrs.
Gus Henke. George accompanied by
his mother and sister, Miss Irene.
were Yakima visitors Saturday.
In the doll drive which was held
last week between the upper class
girls the sophomores won out. It is
now the duty of the senior and
junior girb to entertain the sopho
more girls some time in the near
future. _
Week-end guests at the Arthur
Campbell home included his uncle.
Frank Campbell. Mr. and Mrs. Wal
ter Campbell and two children of
Anatone, Miss Marie Campbell of
Cheney and Mr. and Mrs. E. E.
Kirkpatrick and son of Asotin.
Next Tuesday evening a group of
members of the Prosser Rotary club.
and their wives will come to Kenne
wick for an interclub meeting with
the Kiwanis and their ladies. The
visitors will furnish the program.
and there will be no luncheon for the
clubmen at noon.
3 Mr. and Mrs. Verne Hurst and
“laughter, Sally Jo of Vancouver.
‘Washington, were Sunday guests
at Mrs. Laura Amon. 'lhe Hurst's,
' will be remembered as former Ken
newick residents haying managed
‘the local variety store for some
time.
Announcement: have been receiv
edofthearrlvalofadmrshterw
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth King of Mos
cow on Thursday. November 23. The
young lady has been named Ann
Kathleen. Mrs. King will be re
membered as the. former Margery
Mlnert.
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Ridley drove
to Tacoma Wednwday. They re
turned the same day accompanied
by their daughters. Lois of Gig
Harbor and Dorothy of Presser: and
Alberta LaMott. who is a C. P. 5.
student at Tacoma. The Misses
Joyce Hanson of Ellensburg. Bar
bara Johnstone of Presser and Mary
Jane Halliday were Thanksgiving
week-end guests at the Ridley home.
A surprise birthday party was
given honoring Miss Alice Pasche
at the Walter Wie‘gand home Fri
day evening. Four tables of pinochle
were in play. High men’s score was
won by Jim Johnson and low score
by Lorenz Neuman. Ladies high
score was received by Alice Pasche
and low by Frieda Pasche. A lunch
was served by the hostess and a very
enjoyable time was had by all pres
ent.
The Medical
Doctofg
Advocate
Christmas Again
Enjoy a Very Merry
Shopping Season
SHOP AT
The C lotl'l ier
N o nicer gift can be made than wear
ing apparel. We have a complete stock
for both men and women. This is the
gift most appreciated. Make your se
lections now.
To enjoy a very merry shopping season
start shopping now, while stocks are
complete . . . crowds are small . . . and
sales clerks are free to serve you.
The CLOTHIER -
- Ken newuck
P. S.—Don’t forget to ask for tickets on our FREE Christmas
Merchandise Awards.
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We are indeed thankful for the wide distribution
of the Shurfine Brand, and, to further serve you
best, we submit the following offerings:
Wheaties, pkg. "c
SUGAR, U&I, 10 pounds . .' 57c
CORN FLAKES, S. F., 21g. pks. 19c
KRAUT, 2% can, 2 cans . . .230:
PUMPKIN, 2% can, 2 cans . . 19c
SALT, S. F., 2 lb. iodized, 2 for 17¢
DILL PICKLIB, 2% can, 2 for 25¢
MILK, Shurfine, 3 tall cans . . 20c
Spry’ 3-lbo C". 54C
Tastewell PEAS, 3 -- 303 cans 25c
Tastewell CORN, 3-- 303 cans 25c
Peanut Butter, 2 lb. 2.5:
Pancake FLOUR; S. F., 2% lb. 19c
Crystal White SOAP, 4 lge. . ~ 15c
MAYON N AISE, S. F., quart . 39c
Salad Dressing, S. F., quart . 330
N IPP -- Dressing, quart . . .27c
New Navel Oranges
Oranges, juice size, dozen . . . . . .101:
'/z case—344 size .......$1.49
Oranges, large size, dozen . . . .. .2§g
'/z case—l 76 size .............sloo
Grapefruit, lge. sz., doz. 29c
'/z case—Bo size, .. ..........._9_s_c
Carrots, Beets, Radishes
2 Bunches for 5c
McDONALD’S GROCERY
Phone 32'
WE WANT to fill this page with good newny Items
every week. You an help us. When you know an
Item 01’ interest. tell us about It personally. or by phone—-
we’ll ' ecme It. Phone No. One-Douhle-Oue.
Beef ROAST, pound . 17c
Center Cuts Prime Beef
Pork Sausage, pound 15c
Pork Roast, pound . 15c
Cottage Cheese, pound 10c
Free Delivery 9:30 and 3:30
DE-LISH-US COFFEE
Vacuum Pack .
Pound . . . 27c
VIKING COFFEE
M omm
Pound . . . 19c
EL GAMING COFFEE
2 pounds for 25c
49 lb. bag $1.45
QUALITY MEATS
Shurfine
Coffee
Real
Quality
lb. 25c
Shurfine
Flour
Guaranteed
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