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Thursday, January 11, 1940
LITTLE STORIES OF THE WEEK
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A m. Paul's Guild will meet Thurs
”. January 18 at two o’clock with
”- milk Maupin.
ler man and Wes Brown
are Spokane and Sandpoint visit
“, Saturdal
If- and Mrs. Cecil Anderson spent
I III! visitins with relatives in
n.
“Yugo Dorothy Doyle and Gerald
W” visited with Gene Britton
. n ma”! Sunday '
m. George Adams underwent 9.
gm!“ operation at the Pasoo hos
. pitsl Saturday. She is reported as
W along satisfactorily.
ms; Helen Steiner and W. W.
. We are attending the annual ex
“mica leaders conference which is
will held in Pullman this week.
w. and Mrs. E. A. Silliman and
m sons were week-end visitors at
the home of their son. ROY. at Lew-
”g; xnior high schol girls re
aimed basketball turnout this week
under the coaching of Miss Verna
Gilbert.
The American Legion Auxiliary
held its regular busines meeting at
the Legion hall Wednesday after
m, and Mrs. Nels Coult have re
mod from a six weeks trip to the
coat, where they have been visiting
with their children.
The fourth division of the M. E.
ad will hold their mystery sisters
luncheon at one o’clock Wednesday,
mry 17 at the home of Mfrs. Geo.
mm
Mr. and Mrs. George LaMorntagne,
who were enroute to California.
spent the week-end here visiting
vim Miss Esther LaMontazne. local
high school instructor. "
Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Moore and
daughter Neva of Benton City were
mmdsy evening visitors at the
home of Mrs. Moore’s parents, Mr.
and Mrs. W. J. Thurston.
The high school has been read
ing the books on the library shelves
and finds a very small percentage or
books missing. This school shows an
exceptioaally fine attitude toward
the use of books.
The Wednesday bridge club met at
the home of Mrs. Cecil Anderson on
Wednesday afternoon. Honors for
the afternoon were received by Mrs.
Gene? Spaulding, Mrs. Howard
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The Misses Victoria and Francw
White left Friday for Salem, Ore
gon. Miss Frances will resume her
studies at the Capitol Busiigess
School and Victoria will make an
mded visit with relatives while
A group of twenty friends surpris
ed Mrs. Jerry Curtiss with a mis
cellaneous shower Wednesday aft
ernoon. The affair took place at
the home of the honored guest’s sis
ter. Mrs. Bert Winslow. Mrs. Curtiss
in a recent bride. .
Bestes E Grocery
A Complete Food Store Where You Can Get
Service and the Benefits of Money-Saving Prices
Prices for Fri. & Sat., Jan. 12 & 13
Graham Crackers
Thin, Crispy Waters
2-lb. box ........22c
GINGER SNAPS, crispy, 2 pounds ......-.-.......23c
WESSON OIL, all quality, quart 41c
NU BORA, giant package, each . 49c
igl-IESON’S WAX, lasts longer, pound :sgc
SHEFFORD ’
CHEESE
CHOICE '
Coffee 313333? £331“ 2-Ibs. 250
Crab Meat fifiifififilffilass ea. 25c
Spry gggtfiner Flaky 3-lbs. 54c
Cake Flour ($333? pkg. 17c
Lima Beans
Lge. buter, 2 lb. . .25c
Tomato Juice
RCliance, 46-oz. cn 22c
KRAUT, Seaport, 21/3 cans, each --.--------.---100
TOILET SOAP, IGA Beauty, 4 bars -...--.----.19c
SLICED BEETS, Seaport, can 100
BEANUT BUTTER, “Star,” 3 pounds ..-....-29c
Bacon 335228233212 lb- 200
Smelt Fresh Dip Net Z-le. 23C
POT k RoaSt Leaner, Tender lb' 16C
ORANGEs, large 150’s. ..-..-...--...-..-...Dozen 29c
LETTUCE, Iceberg, large, 2 for 156
Grapefruit gggfigs doz. 29c
JUST PHONE 251 FOR FREE DELIVERY
Pat O’Neil left today for Port
land. where he will enter a diesel
engineering school. ‘
2 Miss Cora Thurston returned to
Seattle Sunday night to resume the
treatments on her arm. ‘
The Royal Neighbors will go to
Pasco Friday night to attend a joint
installation of the two lodges.
Mrs. W. S. Walters has returned
from three weeks’ visit with her
daughter, Mrs. Joe Allen, in Yakima
land her son, Harry, in Longview.
Miss Bernice Brown of Spokane
will take the place of Miss Havel
Burdett in the high school library
for the remainder of the school
year. Miss Burdett will attend the
second semester of the University
of California.
Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Brown receiv
ed word that their son, Lieutenant
Tom Brown left today for Monte
rey, California, where he will spend
the next three months for army
manoeuvers. Lieutenant Brown
flew the amphibian plane down.
The Kilkare club entertained
their husbands with a dinner party
at the H. W. Whittemore home Mon
day evening. High card honors for
the evening were received by Mr.
and Mrs. A T. Belair and second by
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Spears.
Mrs. M. M. Moulton accompanied
by her mother, Mrs. Sade Carson of
Seattle, are visiting in Cincinnati.
Ohio, with their sister and daugh
ter ,Miss Helen Carson. Mrs. Moul
ton plans to return next week.
Mr. and Mrs. F. S. McClure and
Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Campbell at
tended the Finley Townsend club
meeting Tuesday evening. Next
Monday evening, January 22, the
men will entertain with a social
evening and refreshments.
Escolentas club met at the home
of Mrs. H. W. Whittemore this aft
ernoon for a 1:30 luncheon. The
program was in charge of Mrs. Fred
Giard, who gave a review of the
book, “Listen: The Wind," by Anne
Lindberg.
Mr. and Mrs. H. Krack have
moved back to Kennewick from
Walla Walla, where they have been
making their home this winter. The
Kracks are now living at the Brad
shaw apartments on Third Avenue
East.
Mrs. G. W. Sherk was hostess to
the Floriculture club when their
belated Christmas luncheon was
served at the regular meeting Mon
day. Following the luncheon the
guests enjoyed an exchange of
gifts. Mrs. E. S. McDonald assist
ed her mother as hostess.
Bob Brown was host to the Toast
master’s club Friday evening. Dur
ing the evening five of the club
members -gave prepared talks on in
teresting subjects. Corstan Greene
spoke on “Foreign Relations;” John
Neuman on “The European Wan”
Cecil Anderson explained the pro
cess of dry cleaning; Ed Neuman
spoke on some interesting facts con
cerning the life of Alec Templeton;
and Urban Koelker spoke of ways
in helping prevent forgeries.
Who. Kernel Corn
2—303 cans . .. . .25c
Spinach
2 No. 21/; cans . , .25c
American: Memento, Chevelle,
uneveue ,nemento, Brick and
Olive Pimento.
Half Pound
PACKAGES ...150
Pork Links
ARMOUR’S sun
Pound _..........21c
CRADLE OF HIGHER EDUCATION
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Whitman College, in Walla Walla. bears the name of Marcus Whitman,
who came to Washington as a. result of the visit of Indians to St. Louis
in 1831. This photograph is of the Memorial building. Whitman College
was founded by Cushing Eells. __
Del Dutton of Paterson was a
Monday evening dinner guest at. the
Lane K. Larson home.
At the regular rehearsal of the'
Schubert Club Tuesday evening, the _
following were admitted to member- ;
ship. Grace Colby, Pearl Peach,!
Lowell Higley and Ralph Barber. A‘
social evening is being planned fol
lowing the regular rehearsal next;
Tuesday evening with Kathryn.
Brown as chairman. I
The Kennewick bridge club met at
the home of Mrs. E. C. Smith Wed
nesday afternoon with four- tables
in play. Mrs. J. K. Bockius receiv
ed the club prize and Mrs. Curran
Chellis the guest prize. The\next
meeting will be held January 24
with Mrs. E. C. Tweet.
Mrs. H. H. DeHaven received
word of the serious illness of her
father, E. K. Howe. She left Satur
day night for Yale, Oklahoma and
plum to make an extended visit
there and with relatives in Denver,
11331.1 She plans to return home in
p .
Mr. and Mrs. W. 1“. Brooks have
returned from their trip to New
York, where they visited with their
son John. They also visited rela
tives in many other eastern states.
C. C. Williams attended a state
grange meeting in Ellensburg from
Friday until Wednesday. A grange
marketing meeting was held Satur
day and Monday a meeting of all
state deputy masters was in Ses
sion. Mr. Williams is deputy state
master of‘Benton county.
Superinflndent E. s. Black called
a general meeting of the faculty of
the Schools for the purpose of mak
ing plans for a conference on read
ing, which will be held in Kennewick
Saturday, January 13. Mrs. Julia
Hemenway was made general chair
man in charge of arrangements for
this conference. ’
The Rainbow girls will hold an in;
stallatiOn of officers at '8 o’clock
Monday evening in the hall. All
parents and friends are invited to
attend this service. The Kennewick
girls are invited to observe “Friend
ship Night” at the Pasco girls ser
vice in the Masonic hall in Pasco at
7:30 Saturday evening, January 13.
P. E. 0. chapter. met at the Mrs.
N. E. Robbins home Tuesday eve
ning. Mrs. W. s. Washburn presid
ed at this meeting in the absence
of the president; Mrs. M. M. Moul
ton. The program was in charge of
Mrs. Frank Mason, which was com
posed of a study of the Constitu
tion. Mrs. Bentley Galligan was a
guest. '
The local Pink and Green club
held an election of officers at its
regular meeting which was held this
afternoon at the hall. The new of
ficers are: president, Lois Wooden;
vice president, Grace Edwards: sec
retary, Thelma Higley; treasurer,-
Lillian Fisher. There were eighteen
members present and hostesses for
the afternoon included Mrs. 019.
Shields, Mrs. C. F. Winkenwerder
and Mrs. E. A. Silliman.
Too Luge to Classify
FOR SALE—Rome and Winesap ap
ples, either packer or loose, price
reasonable. Some in cold storage,
others at ranch. John Erickson.
phone 2703, Richland. 41-sptf
CHAN GE OF RESIDENCE .
H. KRACK .
is now permanently located in the
Bradshaw Apts., 14 East 3111 Ave'
He will be glad to talk to you there about
MARL, or if you will drop a card indicating you
are interested, he will call at your home. Deliv
eries are slower now land it is advisable to get
your order in early.
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Mrs. Mayer Organizes
Highland 4-H Club
HIGHLANDS—A new organiza
tion of 4-H club girls. aged from 9
to 12 years has recently been formed
with Mrs. J. A. Mayer as leader.
They call their club the Nimble
'nmnble 4-H Club and their meet
sirégs sire held on each Tuesday after
no .
Mrs. Wallace Preston attended the
Flnley Pinochle Club at the home
of Mrs. Isa. Estes in Kennewlck on
madam ‘__ _
Mr.aners.C.H.Meyerswere
callers Monday evening on Mr. and
Mrs Frank Brooks in Kennewick,
who just recently returned from
a two month trip. visiting their
son, John, in New York City and
relatives in Virginia, Florida and
other eastern states. .
Visits in Colorado
Mrs. Arthur Hinckley of the River
Road, left Wednesday for a visit
with relatives and friends in Colo
rado Springs. Colorado.
Mis Ethel Ann Campbell has re
covered sufficiently from the “flu"
to return to school again this week.
Little Billy, however, is still con
fined to his home. Their mother,
Mrs. Campbell, who was to have
been brought to her home from the
Pasco hospital last week, following
a seige of pneumonia, took a re
lapse and was compelled to remain
in the hospital another week. It is
hoped she may return home the
latter part of this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Liebel and
family and Mrs. Liebel’s mother.
Mrs. Minnie Burriss. and their
house guests, Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Burriss of Seatle, and Mr. and Mrs.
Henry Smith and family of Horse
Heaven, attended a pot luck din
ner last Thursday at the home of
Mr._and Mrs; J. p. Swayae.
Mrs. W. 3. Green accompanied
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Hutchins. Mrs.
H. E. Oliver and Mrs. Roy Sutton!
to Pasoo Monday evening where they
attended Eastern Star initiation.
mien: Returns Home
Mrs. Hubert Soper, who was op
erated on ten days ago at the
Pasco hospital, was able to be brot
to her home on the Highlands on
Tuesday. He‘r many friends wish
her a speedy tecovery.
Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Lupe have
been quite in at their home, due to
the flu. -
Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Preston
were Sunday dinner guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Willard Campbell in Ken
newlck. In the evening they at
tended the show in 93300.:
White Elephant Sale '
Feature of Club Meet
ROVER
Women’s Home Benefit Club will
meet Wednesday afternoon, Janu
ary seventeenth with Mrs. H. 8.
Hughes as hostess. The “white
elephant" sale will be held at this
meeting. Roll call will be answered
with your favorite recipe.
Clell Ashby spent several days
with home folk last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Mclntyre and
family of Kennewick were week-end
visitors at the A. S. Mclntyre home.
Mrs. Guy Nelson. sons Waunce
and Ronald and mother. Mrs. Chris
Nelson were dinner guests of Mrs.
Mary Robertson in Kennewick Sun
day. *
James Harper of Portland. One
gon was a guest at the Harry Hamp
ton home several days last week.
Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Ashby and
Robert Cochran were dinner guests
of Mrs. Minnie Ashby Friday eve
ning.
Mr. and Mrs. Russel Blair were
dinner guests at the Charles Hunt
home in Horse Heaven.
Robert. Cochran of Spokane visit
ed with father J. E. Cochran sever
al days. returning to Spokane Mon
day.
Mrs. Guy Nelson is on the sick
list this week.
IPICKED UP
AAROUND TOWN
.“Just because his New Year-s's hi
larity cost him lea.” avers Kit Gif
ford. “doesn‘t mean that his mom
ing-after headache wasn‘t as se
vere.
And theysaysmllnlsacon
fined pipe smoker. The vlnian in
our plays always smokes cigars or
cigarews. according to Tom Doyle.
“About the only medlctlon for
1940 that Is worth betting on." in
slstsAT.Belalr.“lsthattheyeu
will have 365 days."
Wm. Hanson is of the opinion
that his Christmas was a huge suc
cess except for a. duplicate in ties.
socks and printed Christmas cards.
Herman Schmidt {manual
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ofherownboats.
Evenutheworldwmnddeclde
to can it off and settle down. then
wouldalwaysbepeoplewhowmnd
be bored with the tranquil me,
thinksfiankMason.
Isumnne MILK uni—72]
Shurfine PANCAKE FLOUR, 2% lb. . . . . . .19c
Tastewell SYRUP, 24Aounce jug . . . . . . . . . .29c
Shulffine CORN FLAKES, 2 large packages 19c
Shredded Wheat, N. B. C., package . . . . . . . .llc
Shurf'meßAßY FOOD,3for .............25c
SHURFINE .
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Or Pek d Pek
Onl?¥g'gung gaffer LeavZes %‘lb 39C
Brownie Crackers 35:1?” 5"” 2-"3. box 23:
Lux Flakes, large pkg. 23c Spry Shortening, 3-lb. 54c
Eggyfirg‘ Soap, pkg. 19° Carnation Oats, lg. pkg. 22c
J ergens Toilet Soap, bar 5c Kenn Tomatoes, 2 21; tn 23c
3133 1:335:33}? 2 “£223.16, 2* ti“ ~17? “
SUGAR U 54 lO-lb. 58958;;
QUALITY PRODUCE
.PANnANAS’ pound . . 5c
figfiEFRUIT, dozen 29c
, ngméfifinEs’ 2 dozen . 25c
\ CARROTS, bunch . . 5c
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The First National
of Wet. n": the sum: of Washington. at the close of business on
Decemhet so. 1939. published in response to call made by Comptroller or
the Cum. under section 5211, U. 8. Revised autumn.
Loans and discount; (including 36.08288 overdrai'is) 3311.563.“
United sates Government obligations. direct and cuaranieed “mm
Oblisttions of States and political subdivisions .. ‘ 65,914.74
Other bonds. notes. and debentures . 15,390.00
Corporate stocks. including stock of Federal Reserve bank 2.500.00
Cosh. balances with other banks. including reserve balance. and
Bunk premises owned 810,000.00. furniture and fixtures 32,000.00 12.000.00
MAL A 8881! ...__..__-..,.....-_._.c»~.n_...-.,-...m-3623m.¢5
Demand deposits of individuals. partnerships and corporations 303,528.98
Time deposits of individuals. partnerships and corporations 168302.09
Deposits of United State: Government (including postal savings) 1.932.“
Deposits of States ond politic-. 1 subdivisions 7 7. $3351.33
Other deposits (certified and cashier's checks. etc.) .. 3.1“.“
MAL LIABILITIES “www.mum-..“.---...3820,688.98
(a) Clan A meta-nod. total par 810,000.00. "arable value
812500 (lute of dividends on retinble value as 3%)
(c) Common stock. m 1 par “0.000.00 «_.... 00.000.00
L'ndeed mm ”...”L ‘7 ......” 13,208.67
Reserves (and remnant mount for preferred stock) _.... V 5,000.00
MAL CAPITAL account . V. --.......-.. . 103308.07
MAL LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS “23307.05
Phased eaten (end eecuritiee loaned) (book value):
(e) United emu Government obligations. direct and mun
teed. pledged tom deposits and other liabilities . 35.000.00
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ggfilg§ pound ". . 16c
LEG LAMB, pound . 5‘20
gfltslaglN STEAKS, lb. 19c
Bulk Pork Sausage, lb. 75c
Pork Sausage Links, lb. 198 '
RESERVE DISTRICT NO. 12
Bank
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Coffee '
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