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Miss Brickman Becomes
Bride of Bob McCoy
ROVER—Miss Anna Brickman of
Chelan and Robert McCoy of Dry
den were married Friday. November
24. Rev. Erling Berg'an, uncle of the
groom. officiated at the ceremony.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert McCoy spent
the week-end with his father, Clark
McCoy. The McCoys win make
their home in Cashmere.
Mrs. John Goodall. daughter, Ha-
ord
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N 0 ERpm.
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Oregon '
“A few years ago when I
- heaxd my neighbon talk about
the wonderful savings they
. were making with 'Caterpillat'
Diesel ‘l'tactou. I began to get
, intetested. It their tales were
anywhete neat true. here was
something I couldn't aflotd to
be without.
_ “I hang!“ a Diesel D 4 to 1m
1200 acres of when! land.
’ Me: 2% yeate' experience. I
» ieel sure I'm {arming the
cheapest way'pouible. Plow
‘ by 6': deep with c 4-bonon
‘ 16" plow. we hm not over
. 2791 mm o! ”In: fuel an hour.
3:l6qu on: 2 can an
Sour."
- ; 58! FOR AN ECONOMY
__ ‘_ DEMONSTRATION ON
-' . YOUR OWN SBBM.
Richmond Brothers
Implement Co.
7 There’s no hocus-pocus about car values.
Liberal trade-in appraisals, cars that have been
dependably reconditioned and low-profit prices
that big volume selling makes possible . . . that’s
the tale in a trice.
. We’re not depending upon magic to please
you. We KNOW you’ll appreciate first quality
» car servicing and rock-bottom prices. So we de
pend on just this combination to please you . . .
and the hundreds of other car owners who are
; our regular patrons.
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m V-O I'lllCK m COMING“ (AR “stunts FOR 1940
Range of 6 wheelbases and 3 engine sizes (60, 85, 95 h.p.). . . 42
body and chassis types . . . Big hydraulic braltes . . . Full-floating
re- asle in trucks (it-floating in Commercial Cars) . . . New type
dive system and two new longitudinal springs in front on regular
tucks. . . Semi-centrifugal clutch . . . Improved and more comfortable
cabs . . . Increased engine and chassis accessibility in bucks . . . New
impressive styling . . . Sealed-beam headlamps . . . Large payload
space . . . Ford low operating and upkeep costs with factory ex
change part plan.
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zel. and son, James, of Culdesac.
Idaho, visited her neice, Mrs. Carl
Evans on Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs, Thomas Hyde of
Portland, Oregon and Miss Alice
Morris of The Dalles, Oregon spent
Thanksgiving holidays at the home
of their aunt, Mrs. B. B. Stewart.
Mr. and Mrs. Jewell Slaybaug'h
and family of Yellepit were dinner
guests at the C. H. Meyer [home on
the Highlands Thanksgiving day.
Adelle Slaybaugh is home from
school this week due to chicken-pox.
N eels Celebrate
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Neel and
family of Western Horse Heaven
and Mr. and Mrs. Harley Neel and
family of Kennewick were dinner
guests at the Chuck Neel home in
Horse Heaven.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Mc-
Intyre on Saturday, November 25,
at the Pasco hospital, a. boy, Chas.
Henry, weighing eight pounds and
ten ounces.
Mr. and Mrs. Grover Montague
and family of Yakima were dinner
guests at the Rex Ashby home Fri
day evening.
Cy Zwanzig and sons Benny and
Lester and Mrs. Bill Brown of
Walla Hana were guests at the
Carl Deffenbaugh home Thanks
giving day. 7 ‘
' Mr; Ca'rl Slaybaugh returned on
Friday from a week’s visit at Van
couver and Underwood.
Mrs. M. Moss of Walla Walla
came Tuesday -to spend a few days
with her son Everett.
Guy Nelson and sons, Wallace‘
and Ronald and his mother, Mrs.
Chris Nelson visited Friday at the
Nels Nelson home in Patterson.
Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Gilbert and
family of Pasco were guests at the
E. E. Toothaker home Friday.
Allen Deffenbaugh was 9. Thanks
giving dinner guest of Walter
Hug-hes.
‘ Mr. and Mrs. Miller Stewart and
‘ family of Snoqualmle spent Thanks
giving vacation with his parents,
3Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Stewart.
"fire; Frank Montague and Both
have been ill the past week with
the flu. .
Miss Audrey mnxmy. who has
been employed at Parkaale, Oregon
for the past several months arriv
ed home last week.
Students Resume Work
; After Turkey Feast
HGHLANDS—The college stu
dents who were home for Thanks
giving vacation and returned to their
different schools Sunday were: Lu
cille St, Laurent to Walla Walla,
Verne Soper to Ellensburg, Jim
Crooks, John and David Tweet, Har
ry Lee, Viola and Phillip Foraker.
Collins Jones and Lester Leibel,
all to Pullman.
Nebraska Visitors Here
Mr. and Mrs. Buster Craig and
daughter of .Morrill; Nebraska, ar
rived Saturday and will visit at the
W. E. Hacker home for several
weeks. Mrs. Craig will be remem
bered as the former Beatrice
Hacker. They drove through in the
car and report the roads and
weather excellent.
Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Super and
family were Thanksgiving dinner
guests at the S. D. Draper home in
Kennewick.
Hubert Soper, Bob Eckleman,
Ruth and Betty Leonard, all 0:
Yakima were Thanksgiving visitors
at the Hubert Soper home.
Relatiées Visit
The Ed Ray family had as their
guest on Thanksgiving day Mr. Ray’s
three brothers, Mr. and Mrs. B. 1".
Ray and children of Colfax; David
Ray and three boys of Ralston; Mr.
and Mrs. Mason L. Ray and child
ren of Washtucna, also Mrs. Ray's
brother, 0. W. Imler of Colfax and
the Billi-ngsly family and Howard
Giles spent the afternoon with
1-them.
} Mr. and Mrs. Claude Shattuck
and family, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Mc-
Intyre and family were Thanksgiv
ing dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Nelson Lewis.
Sperling Boutelle went to Sc
attle this week to attend the Jack
Swayze wedding and visit his sis
ter, Jeanne Boutelle.
Art Reymore and sons," Chet and
Russell were home from Seattle for
Thanksgiving.
Ed Lape went to Portland on
business on Wednesday.
New Committee. Named
C. H. Meyem conducted a grunge
committee meeting at the Clark
home Monday evening at which time
he unpainted his new committees
for Ithe year.
Miss Irene Cottingham of Boise,
Idaho was a. Thanksgiving guest at
F the N. L. Forster home.
Mrs. Bell was a Saturday after
noon' visitor at the home of her sis
ter, Mrs. Earl Reymore.
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Morrison and
family were visitors at White
Bluffs on Thanksgiving.
. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Kippes and
family, spent Thanksgiving at the
G. H. Leiber home.
iflifiiiém
The W. 8. Green family spent
Thanksgiving in Spokane, return
ing Monday night. Miss Mary Green
went to Spokane on Friday morn
ing and returned with her parent;
W. E. Hacker and Sam Earner
helped W. L. m move a burn
on Friday and Beturday.
Mrs. J. E. Campbell entertained
the bridge club last Friday. M
were won by Mrs. Ed Inpe. Mrs. N.
L. Foraker and Mrs. Prank Lump
son.
Mrs. Forrest Gnu. Robert Gracie
and Mendal spent Thanksgiving in
Yakima with the Bill Birdsall fam
ily and Mr. Grass.
The Highland mini-overheat club
meets this Friday night, December
1.
Melvin Glasow has a new phone
Installed and the number ls 2781.
Girl Scouts
The Highland girl Scouts met at
Thelma Hackers last Wednesday
afternoon and enjoyed making
candy. .
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Preston were
guests of Wallace Preston Sunday.
- Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Lampson
were gusts of Mrs. Lottie Lampson
on Thanksgiving. -
FOR 1940
IF YOU’D LIKE your hauling
operations to show more profit
in 1940 . . . if you'd like to speed
up deliveries and cut cum all along
the line—see your Ford dealer to
day! He’ll prove to you. in an “on
the-job” test, that 1. 190 Ford
truck is by far the best answer to
today’s roads, loads and schedules,
that it can do more work in less
time and save you more money
than ever before!
There is a “‘WdV-S unit for more
than 90% o. Wica's hauling
needs, with no ..JSte power or
weight. Many new engineering ad
vancements give still more operat
‘ ‘ , - A A _-.I
ing and maintenance economy!
They’re the greatest, most com
plete line of trucks in Ford
9 history—see them today!
b/
he":
V
IM-lnch (ob-Over-lnglno Shh truck
(95 or 85 hp.) Dual wbeels, heavy-dag
tires, auxiliary springs and other special
equipment, available a: extra cost.
THE KENNEWICK (WASH.) COURIER-REPORTER
The Ted and Joe Watkins fam-
flies and Mrs. Ed Watkins and
children were guests of the J. E.
Campbells for Thanksgivmx din
ner.
Mrs. Minnie Burris was a Thurs
day and Friday visitor or Mrs. Hans
Smith at Prosser.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Brown en
tertained twelve guests for Thanks
giving dinner last week. The guests
included Mr. and Mrs. Ed Brown
and family, Mrs. Sam Walker, Mr.
and Mrs. Harold Mehegan of Pasco,
Mr. and Mrs. Celdweil of Richland
and Mr. and Mrs. R. Lewitt of Soap
Lake.
Klona-Benton A‘nnual
Staff Is Appointed
BENTON CITY Wallace Roop
and Wilma Fillmore have been ap
pointed as co-editors of “Bear
Facts”, the Kiona-Ben-ton high
school annual. Other students on
the staff are: assistants, Wayne
Hanson and Joyce Jacobs; art ed
itor, Merle Russell; organizations
and activieies, Ear-line Short and
Ramona Johnson; sports, Meumice
Wilson and Lloyd Forth; features,
Mary Thompson and Helen Brooks; 1
class histories, Connie Carpenter
and her assistants are Rnsselli
Thompson of the freshman clam}
Clifton King, sophomore; Marjorie
Grending, junior and Eunice King.
senior. Business managers are
iWayne Hanson and Wallace Roop.
Wilma Fillmore will supervise the
art editor and all class historians.
Joyce Jacobs, the editors for or
ganizations, activities and features.
The sports editors will work under
Wallaceßoopandhewlllalsoas
sist Wayne Hanson the business
manager and assistant editor.
The lower grades gave their
Old Tiine Dance I
VALE GRANGE HALL
FRIDAY, DEC. Ist
' Old Time Music By
Harold Willmsen
A Good Time For All
GENTS 40c LADIES 10c
Thank-giving Program
What mather really wants . . .
is a gleaz ying new
ELECT RIC-
RANGE!
It will help berprepare
tastier. . . easier meals!
Q The best gift for Mother
this Christmas and [or
your entire family...isanew
electric range. Mother’s kitch
en time will be reduced.
She’ll be able to serve more
delicious meals with less
work. Her kitchen will be
so much more attractive.
Right now electric ranges
are very reasonably
priced. See the displays at
dealers or your Pacific
Power & Light Company
ofice . . . and order Moth:
er’e present while stocks
are complete.
See any dealer In electric ranges or
PACIFIC Pawn: & llGl-l'l' COMPANY
’Thanksglvlng program of plays, re
gcltations and music Wednesday aft
ernoon In the third grade room. The
ihlgh school. seventh and eighth
\ grades gave theirs in the high school
|audltorium. The freshman class
put on a. sklt. the orchestra played
{several numbers and recltatlons were
given.
Mrs. P. S. Hedger and Mrs. Ann
Prowell had as their Friday guests.
Mrs. W. W. Simmonton and Mrs.
C. J. Alexander of Presser Mrs. Bert
Cotton 0: Kittitas, Mrs. Simonton’s
niece, Mrs. Grace Bailey and son of
Brenner-ton, Mr. and Mrs. Simmon
ton were their guests Sunday eve
ning.
The Kwatem pinochle club met on
Saturday evening with Mr. and Mrs.
Grady Wilson. High scores went to
Mrs. Rolf Anderson and Erwin
Knowles. low to Mrs. Walter Gain
and Oral Montgomery cm! the
traveling prize to Mrs. OED. Mr.
and Mrs. Roi! Anderson will be
hosts at the December 2 meeting.
mammomnou 7
Fourteen high school student:
names appear on the high school
honor roll for the second six weeks
period. 'lhey are: seniors. Eunice
King, Warren Thompson. Connie
Carpenter and Mary Thompson;
juniors, Wayne Hanson: sopho
mom, Jack Smith. Doyle Combs.
Earline Short. Helen Accord and
Ramona Johnson and freshmen,
Elva Button, Vivian Chapman, Wes
{ley Rider and Bernice Fahnholtz.
Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Hedger left
Sunday for their home at Spokane‘
after visiting since Tuesday with
Hedgers' mothers, Mrs. P. 8. Beds-1
er and his aunt. Mrs. Anne Proweu.
C.H.Lupton.Bl.isinsthis
home in the Corral community.
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Van De Ven
ter, Mr. and Mrs. Russell field and
daughter, Beverly Jeanne returned
to Weihel Sunday after being guests
since Wednesday at the homes or
Clean Instant heat!
With an electric range you
get intent heat at the mp of
a switch. No fuel to cut or
carryin...nodirtormeu.
Electtic heat goes directly
into utensils. too ... cooks
your food at just the speed
you want. The oven heat con
ttol end- oven watching and
mi . . aunt-es succeee.
Always at Your Service
Mrs. Van De Ventu's sister. Mrs.
Preston Brooks and Field's grand.
parents. Mr. and Mrs. C. 'l'. Peter
sen.
Mr. and Hrs. Clyde Conley and
childnen of Sci!!! and 11:. and ms.
Joe 'rrlesch and family were Thurs
day guestsotllr.andnn.mln
Knowles.
PICKED UP
JAROUND TOWN
“I‘ve seen one thing flat will
turn a local men's heed quicker
thanmoney.”nysßomen“thet
133 mm.”
I"not:ofest-sm:kept!msy."mys
Imm: swaps. “um up to their
‘salegslognns.’
“Many a woman- will a] she
doesn’t care whet the neighbors
‘say about her." thinks Burke Haul
chud. “and there isn‘t e women who
doesn‘t.”
Hem Schmidt tum my of
us would be awfully diappolnted 11
we saw ourselves as other: see us.
“Theme 13 one substitute may of
us would welcome.” Mrs. Raymond
Thrill Mother with this new
HOTPOIN'I' SALISBURY
AUTOMATIC ELECTRIC RANGE!
So. this marvelous, film-«Mug,
wont-saving cloud: nngohduy!
PACIFIC POWER & LIGHT COMPANY
low operating cost
At Pacific Power & Light
Company's low rates—among
the lowest in the nation—the
average customer now does
his cooking for less then 34:
a meal. Why put up with old
fashioned cooking methods
when electric cooking ls so
cheap. so modern. so sstls
factory in every way!
wem "and mat is a surname;
mumm-
Know King believes the M}.
with the sound of conscience 1. am
we can't hear it until after we m
in trouble.
Count your pennies. your Denny
counts. Buy Christmas Bam
3mm“ Seals axe penny hem
Insurance.
DR. H. C. CURRY
The Kennewiok 0m
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Office in residence until ma.
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INTERESTING "
FACTS about I
Pacific Power &
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