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Thursday, December 21. 1939.
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: We wish you
a
Merry Christmas
All purchases will be
wrapped as gifts
FR E E
”Full Line of Beautiful
Boxed Candies
Christmas wraps of
cigars, cigarettes
Small gift cartons of
l ; beer \ -
Complete line of
Wines
. Arrow Grill
Bestes E Grocery
To Make Your Christmas Even -More Merry—
::, We Wines
fi-PRICES FOR THURS, FRI. AND SAT,—
'f’ Mfisfl'fis
*2 Ib.“ ’7" '1“ 39¢
JELLO, 6 delicious flavors, pkg. .-5..5c’
COVE OYSTERS, ilor your dressing, 2 cans 25c
Artichoke Hearts, all edible hearts, each -..J5c
COFFEE, Royal Guest and How., lb. ...---.--.21c
;PEAS, size 3, Walla Walla, 2 cans 29c
Whole Kernel CORN, Seaport, 2 cans .-..........25c
SAIR DATES
[-1. .- “shr - mom-P .- .
fpounds ..........l9c
;i# STUFFED DATES
fromdpkg. ........25c
ghOCOIateS nggnfahion- 2 I
Gum Dr A “tem ' b 19c
; - ”08 £3??? 2lb
' and T I
P Nut Brittle F3ll (fat lb 190
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Shnmp fmet Pack. 1:211; 2 lb . 190
.your cockta'l ca
grapefruit Faggy {mole “S 256
GFO gment - C
:CATSUP??LSEW f:Orge.t the pets an 106
‘l9hocolate ECLAAlameda, 2 bottléscan ‘SO
EgléAD DREsslllgg’ ‘f’fiSh’ Pound Wife
EN B ' . 9 ‘ i‘r Wh' ”W" C
I EANs, Seaport, 2 wife, ’.._.‘?.‘.‘3T3:::‘i’3§
' Walnuts
Oreggnsgtatsshefl -
Pound . 15c
Oranges Giag‘fini‘lsfiize doz 49c
Grapefruit Marsh Sssdless doz 33c
Oranges Megagig Eight (102 190
Celery “322;; $319“ each 13c
Lettuce Large, Crisp Heads each 5c
Cauliflower” SiOES'fieXZiteea. 17c
Sweet Spuds Sflfcstml‘ig'tfi 4-lb l9c
APPLES, Romes for baking, 10 pounds -...---.25c
RUTABAGAS, go fine with turkey, Ib. . ...---2.-c
CARROTS, crisp, small ones, 3 bu. .-..10c
CABBAGE, solid medium heads, pound 3c
JUST PHONE 251
We Wish All Our Friends and Customers
A VERY MERRY CHRISTMAS
The F. F. A. boys have just com
pleted hauling fertilizer on the
school farm.
Mrs. Curt Gerard is entertaining
.the Baptist circle tomorrow after
noon at her home.
The P.-T. A. study club which was
to meet in December has been in
definitely postponed.
C. L. Powell left Tuesday eve
ning for Seattle, where he will at
tend to legal business.
Miss Mary Wommack was a week
end visitor at the home or her sis
ter, Mrs. ‘P. 0. Stone.
Bob Siegfried of Belling'nam is ex
pected to spend the holidays visit
ing at the home of his parents here.
Thomas Hawkins of Butte, Mon
tana was a Saturday visitor with
his sister, Miss Margaret Hawkins.
Maurice Hanson of Spokane is
spending the holidays visiting at
the home of his uncle, W. S. Han
son.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Bammn of
Tacoma were week-end guests at.
the C. H. Yedica home. Mrs. Barn
hill will be remembered as the for
mer Mrs. Mildred Watson.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Russell and
family and Mrs. Ed'y of Walla.
Walla were visitors Sunday at the
W. L. Muncey home. ‘
The Hopitu Camp Fire girls re
cently completed the scrap books
they have been working on for the
Christmas cheer baskets.
Mrs. E. A. Sillman accompanied
Miss Helen Steiner to Rattlesnake
Friday night, where Miss Steiner
showed her moving pictures. - ,
Mré. Joe Nadig left for the coast
to visit with her two nieces in
Bremerton over the holidays and on
her return trip she will spend a
few days in Yakima with her-neph
ew and family.
- CRANBERRY SAUCE
2—17-oz. cans . . .291:
RIPE OLIVES _
Good Size mm .
2 cans ............29c
Peanuts
U. S. No.‘ 1 Virgina
Correctly Roasted
21b. . .25c
TOMATO SAUCE
Reliance Quality Juice
-46-oz. can ......‘...25c
. Grapefruit JUICE
:46-oz. can .........23c
FOR DELIVERY
Jim Beste arrived Saturday eve
ning from San Francisco to spend
the holidays at the home of his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. F. Bate.
Mrs. J. H. Siegfried was a guest
at the Pasco RED. chapter dinner
meeting which was held at the home
of Mrs. Ray Lee Thmsday evening.
Joe Russel of McMinneville was
a week-end visitor in Kennewick and
his family accompanied him back
to Oregon, where they will make
their home.
Thomas s. Hall of Coulee Dam is
in Kennewick this week helping his
brother, Edwin with his photograph
business. Mr. Hall plans to remain
until Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bemus and
daughters, Susan and Mary Helen
of Walla. Walla are expected to be
Christmas dinner guests at the J.
H. Siegfried home.
The second Christmas party for
the kiddies of the P. P. 8?. L. com
pany employees will be held Satur
day, December 23 at 3:30 at the P.
P. 8: L. office in Pasco.
Miss Margaret Hoem of Snohom
-1811 was a guest of her sister. Miss
Evelyn last week-end. Miss Mar
garet Asbury of Puyallup was also
a guest of Miss Hoem’s.
The eight-months-old baby of Mr.
and Mrs. “Shorty" Tramel of Rich
land passed away this evening in
Walla Walla, where the infant had
been taken for treatments for some
tjme.
Mr. and Mrs. George Cloud are
expecting Mrs. Cloud's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. J. A. Turner and .her sis
ter, Miss Jamelene Turner from Se
atle to spend the week-end as their
holiday guests. ' ,
Frank Miller, republican canaé
date for conuess last election, Was
in Kennewick Tuesday on business.
He says he has been importuned
hundreds of times recently to be
come a candidate again.
Some of the teachers who will
spend the holidays at their respect!
live homes include Miss Hazel Bur
’de‘tt to Canby. Oregon; the Misses
Kathryn Brown, Esther LaMon
‘ tame. Therese Thole and Mrs. Julia
-Hemenway to Seattle; Evalyn Tons
feldt to White Salmon, Verna Gil
.bert to Vancouver, ,B. 0,, Evelyn‘
Hoem to snohomish and Charles}
Asbury to Puyallup. 1
e... Mr.‘ and- Mrs. C. E. Rldley left
Saturday rm- Los Angeles, where
they will spend the next month vis
iting with relatives and friends.
Their. two daughters, Miss Lois of
Gig‘ Harbor‘and Miss Dorothy of
Pmsser, plan to join them in Cali
fornia for the holidays.
So realistic did the Christmas
tree in the window of the Western
Auto Supply appear, it even fooled
the birds. A sparrow flew in the
open door this week, and made a.
bee line for the tree. where it perch
ed. apparently content. Olav was
heartless enough to borrow a. bee
bee gun and shot it. ' "
Sunday dinner guestsat the A.
W. Walker home included the
Mises Kathryn Brown. Evelyn and
Margaret Hoem, Margaret Asbury
and Frank and' Fred Asbury of
Puyallup.
A group of, friends and relatives
surprised Judge C. F. Winkenwerd
er Saturrhy night, the occasion be
ing his 69th birthday. His son,
Clarence Winkenwerder of Yakima
brought his wife and small son
down to help With the festivities.
' Miss Patricia Shoemaker, who is
attending Stanford University and
her brother, Harry, who attends
Hill’s Military school in Portland,
are spending the Christmas holidays
at the home of their parents, Mr.
and Mrs. H. I. Shoemaker.
The Girls’ League of the senior
high schOol had a party Tuesday the
sixth period. Those in charge of
entertainments were Pearl Dague,
Ruth Simmehnk and Hetty Easter
wood. Marjorie LaMott and Helen
Redmund were in charge of the eats
with Betty Higley as the general
chairman. There was an exchange
of gifts and a Christmas tree. '
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See Our Display of
100 GIFTS
May You All Have a
MERRY CHRISTMAS
and a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
Vibber-Giflord Drug Co.
A Home-Owned and Independent Drug Store
mom: 721
TEE KENNEWICK (WASH.) COURIER-REPORTER
Only a few days
left to do your
XMAS [
SHOPPING
EARLY NEXT WEEK. T 00!
Am and Wm"
maskedtogetthelrcopyinsm
earlier thsnusualalflnmm
on account of the holidayt
Benton County Owners
Buy 700 Car Licenses
More than 2000 pieces or property
upon which 1938 irriation assess
ments have not been paid will be
posted for sale January 22, Ray Gil
crest, Benton county manner, said
Tuesday. It the property is sold
owners may redeem it within one
year by paying the delinquent as
essments plus interest. he explained.‘
CAPELL GETS GONG
Dr. Gapell got the gong in the
Kiwanis program over the radio
from Yakima last week. He claimed
he had learned the entire first
“werse” of Funiculi Funicula just to
sing for this occasion— and then
they wouldn‘t let him finish. “Fu
niculi Funicula to you” he writes to
the local Kiwanis club who donated
five dollars to their charity fund as
a result of the stunt.
BREAKS RECORD
Topping all Christmas records.
the local postoffice is making every
effort to keep the shelves clear and
deliveries of packages even with
the incoming arrivals. Judging from
Tuesday’s and Wednesday’s totals.
the number of packages handled
here will top all previous records by
about fifteen percent, Postmaster
F.’ H. Lincoln announced tonight.
He expects an even bigger day for
Thursday.
HELP SANTA
‘ Quite a canslglerable number of
gutswhstumedovertothechrist
mas Cheer committee as a result of
the toy matinee held last Saturday
morning by the Roxy theatre. The
special performance was. given in the
morning and the admission. was a.
toy.
The fire department wishes ‘to
err-press its appreciation to the citio
aens of the community for the sup
port given them in their dance last
week. This is the only function the
.fire department gives to raise money
during the year and the splendid re
sponse is gratifying.
Mr. and Mrs. George Tilbury 11'.
and Ted Tilbury are spending the
holidays as guests at the Louis Pet
itjean home. George is attending
the University at Seattle and Ted
is attending school at Victoria, 8. C.
like Mary Magnet Brown, a
student at‘ urst college in
Portland, is mad“ arrive home
this evening fo‘r'the holidays.
The ‘ Christmas trees for the
school was taken care of by a joint
Junior and Senior High decoration
committee. composed of Dorothy
Snyder, Neva Neel, Wilma, Gravens
lund, Aglene Amon and Maxine
Whittemorc. They decorated the
two trees in the halls and the two
Its-ea in the window boxes. ~
The DEB. chapter heidits reg
ular meeting Tuesday evening with
initiation services being held Joa-
Mrs. Floyd Hutchins. This was to!-
lowed by up exchange of toys which
were handed over to the Christmas
cheer committee. Hosteeaes for the
evening were Mrs. H. 8. Whitbeck,
Mrs.R.E.ReedandHi& Glenn
Felton. -.
Mrs. John Neuman entertained
her bridge club Friday with a
luncheon assisted by Mrs. Barry
Shoemaka- and Mrs. Ameninueiler.
There were ten ladies present with
Mrs. Ross Willsey as guest for the
afternoon. Prizes were awarded for
the past .three months at this time
and Mrs. Chester Durdle received
.the traveling prize. =
KENNEWICK
Benton County Dates '
Sale of 2000, finds
m county moan-lst, have
bought 700 licensee .ur passenger
cars and 200 ch licenses. Welter
Weber. deputy Benton county dud:-
tor.sald‘nlesday. 'l'hlsisabout the
number sold at the same date last
Year. he said. Sales leased the
first week licenses were on sale. but
an increase in sales this week bmt
the number up to normal. he added.
NO ORPHANS
...inthe
“Caterpillar” Line
Nomatterhowfulnckyongo,
theremnoorphan machines“.
the “Caterpillar" Line. We can
flung“ youplnsfor any true
toreverhnfltbyCaterqu-Tnc-
tor Co. “Caterpillar truck-type
Tmtorownersmmedqulck.
seem-ate parts servtcc whenever
theyneedit. Comeinuulletu
explalnhowourparueervlcean
nveyoumoneyeveryyeuyour
ment-works.
Richmond Brothers
Implement Co.
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find“
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The Lowest Price: is NOT ”Always the 329%
Value. Buy the best in Foods and you'll find 'it
to be the cheapest.
Sugar IO lb. 57:
snowana'r, special at ...............53c
KRAUT,Wadham's;2|/, m 2 for ........23'c
-ShurfinePUMPKINJ2I/z tin,2 tins.l9¢
Shurfine MILK can 7:
.Shurfine FRUIT COCKTAIL, 2 for; . . . . . . .29c
Shurfine FRUIT FOR SALAD, .........l9c
Shurfine CRANBERRY SAUCE, 2 for . . . .29c
FRUIT JUICES
_- Church’s Grape Juice
Quart—39c Pint—2oc
Shurfine 2 CANS
Pineapple Juice, 46-02. 29c
Pineapple Juice, IS-oz. 23c
' a mom.
Grapefruit Juice, 46-02 19c
Shurfine PEACHES, 2% tin . . 'fi' . . . . . . . . .22c
Shurfine PEARS,uQ'/z tin 25c
Shurfine GRAPEFRUIT, No. 2 tin, 2 tins 25c
Shurfine PINEAPPLE, Dales, 2% tin , . . .23c
Fresh Fruit 6' Vegetables
tor the Holidays
Cranberries, 2 lb. . . 33c
Sweet Spuds, 7rpounds 25c
Oranges, Mandarins, bx 75c
Lge. Grapefruit, doz. . 29c
McDONALD’S GROCERY
Phone 32l i:
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ter. who wlll enter the Orthopedlc
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helpful u'eaunent whlle there. Miss
Bhumke plans toapend the holl
doys other home la Tuscan.
m E. c. awn: Motor company
lscompleung theroom to be used
for thesaleolparumd accessor
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a We and emblem.
PASCO
Extends Sincere Holiday Greeting and Suggests
These Fine Programs for Your Happy Holiday
. Entertainment
PASCO 0N PARADE
filmed at Pasco
and
20,000 MEN A YEAR
with RANDOM SCOTT
It's about the Mn; ol’
Aviation Pilots
SUNDAY from 1 p.m.
Christmas—from 3 p.m.
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CHRISTMAS NUTS' "5 ..
WALNUTS, large, fancy, 2"pounds _. . .45c '
'FILBERTS, large Barcelona, pound -. .233
BRAZILS, large washed Mamas, 2,11: 35¢.
PECANS, lge. Halberts, paper enemjlb; 22¢-
IXL ALMONDS, pound ......... ,23c
MIXED NUTS, fancy grade, 2 pounds 39c:-
Free Delivery 9:30 and 3:30
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QUALITY MEATS
MINCE MEAT, 2 pounds .....25c
led My '
Pork LINK SAUSAGE, lb. ....l9c
A My mm
PORK SAUSAGE, bulk. lb. ....lsc
Properly Seasoned
PURE LARD, 4 pounds .......29c
FRESH OYSTERS, pint . . . . . . .19c
LUTEFISK, Pound Wlsc
TURKEYS. DUCKS, CHICKENS
Cecil Anderson is expecting hi.
mother and two sister; to visit at
his home (or the holidays. These
guests will include Mrs. E. B. An
deuon oi Oeniniie. Mr. ond Mrs.
A. H. Roman and dauchoer. Shir
ley. and me. Me Case]! at Lew
ism. .‘g
man SCHOOL
DANCES
Even may Night
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Shurfine Lime Ricky”
Florida Fizz and
Lemon Dry
28-oz.bottle~ . . . . .. 100
flu-sensual!
Fancy Chocolate Candy
Strictly m M
1 lb. box—33c 3-lb. box 89¢
54!). box—sl.l9
In Claim Box
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PASCO
Shurfine
Coffee
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