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“My, January 18. 1940.
The ninth grade boys visited the
Mn city Creamery last week.
c. G. Williams was a business vis-
W in Presser Tuesday.
In, Altha Westemeyer was a,
My visitor in Walla Walla.
prosecuting Attorney Ken Serier
I” m Kennewick on business yes-
kw” oi
role will m
WI! at the home :f‘tMrhS‘oadafiy
10'5- Frank Pasche was taken to
the PBBOO hospital Wednesday
mums for observation.
gsoolentes club will meet Thurs
ay,‘ January 25 with Mrs. Roger
Records at 8 o’clock.
m Needlework club will meet on
Hid”. January 19 at the home of
up. T. W. Payne.
The physics class is taking 'up
the position of sound causes and
ms. Wm. ShaughneSSy was a
spokane visitor the first of the
net .
The Kennewxck bridge club will
meet Wednesday, January 24, at the
home of Mrs. E. C. Tweet.
Fred Kemp and Harley Chapman
of presser were Kennewick business
visitors today.
Mrs. Hattie Smith will be host
es to the Floriculture club Mon
day afternoon.
P. E. 0. chapter will meet at the
home of Mrs. A. H. Wegner Tues
day evening.
The first division of the M. E.
aid will meet Wednesday, January
24 at the home of Mrs. E. A. Miller.
Mrs. Gus Neuman, daughter Ella,
and son Lorenz. were Walla Walla
vkitors Monday.
Mrs. Clyde Higley was a week-end
visitor at the home of her sister,
Hrs. Wm. Smith in Spokane.
mas Margery Steele is leaving to
morrow for Seattle, where she will
spend the week-end.
The B squad played White Bluffs
Wednesday night. 'They also play
ed mainland Monday night and de
feated them 23 to 19.
Bob Rupp, who is stationed with
the highway department at Clark
ston, was a week-end visitor in Ken
The local chapter OEB. met for a
social night _Tuwdgy at the hall.
Went. and' refreshments
were in charge of the men.
um Emma Higley left Monday
tor Everett, where she will make an
extended visit at the home of her
tighter, Mrs. Warren Sundine.
n. s. Taylor is reported as re
cuperating satisfactorily from his
recent operation. He is a patient in
St. Vincent’s hospital in Portland.
The Business and Professional
Women’s Club will meet Monday
evening, January 22 at the home of
Mrs. E. S. McDonald at 7 o’clock. ‘
Mrs. Frank Greene was hostess
to the Tuesday bridge club this
week. Honors for the afternoon
were received by Mrs. A. C. Amon
and Mrs H. A. Linn. Mrs. Odes
Sloan and Mrs. Ronald Hatch were
guests or the club. ,
_B<_e§l:es E Grocery
For Full Value, Honest Quality, Real Service—
You Can Do Best at BESTE’S
Royal Chef Clams
Tall Can Minced
2 cans ........29c
OK Soap "”
Husky Bars
Grapefruit -
IGA Fancy Segments
72cans ._....... .25c
Hormel’s Spam
12-02. cans ....26c
Com,_ _Gloss Starch
'IGA awn?"— "
iboxes .......25c
Lux Toilet Soap
A Real Saving
fibars ........l9c
Pure Lard
Armour’s ,
%. carton . . . .35c
Coffee *—
Maxweu House
Pound ........27c
Fine Granulated
389. . . . - Spunod "I
\, ,7,
SMELT freqh cau ht 1 . WIOO
, ~ , pounc
PICNICS, Armourz’gé, meaty, pound .--------.--180
HAM, 301161888 sliced, pound 39C
SAUSAGE, in Gulliver Bowl, pound --.--.------25c
ORANGES, Sunkist, 288’s, 2 dozen --...--.-----.--35c
BRUSSEL SPROUTS, crisp, green, cup ....100
LETTUCE, criSp Salinas Iceberg 80
GrapefTUit, Arizona, dozen 29¢
CARROTS, crisp, snappy, 3 pounds ..-..-..-.--...-100
The Pink and Green club will meet
next Thursday at the I. O. O. F. hall
with Mesdames Shields, Winken
werder and Silliman as hostesses.
The chemistry class is studying
different forms and properties of
sulphur and peculiar odors may be
traced back to their laboratory
Mr. and Mrs. C. Clark of eastern
Montana called on Rev. and Mrs.
R. B. Holden Friday enroute to
Junction City, Oregon for the win
ter months.
Entre Nous met at the home of
Mrs. R. E. Reed Tuesday after
noon with Mrs. P. F. Beste win
ning high honors and Mrs. J. H.
Turner low.
The East Kennewick Woman’s
club will meet Tuesday, January 23
at the home of Mrs. Nelson Wll
- Roll call will be responded
to with current events.
The ladies of the M. E. church are
saving Fairmon-t coffee labels and
friends who would care to save them
are asked to get in touch with Mrs.
Herman Campbell.
‘ Jerry Campbell returned Satur
day from Spokane, where he at
tended the annual convention of the
Inland Empire division of the Les
lie J. Duncan agency of the Penn
Mutual Life Insurance company.
Bruce Kenyon, senior in the local
high school. _had the misfortune to
loose part or the thumb on his
right hand, while operating the
power saw during the sixth period
shop class.
W. W. Skuse, Ralph Barber, Fred
Wilson and Harold Fleming are
among the county officials who at
tended the soil conservation confer
ence of this district which was held
in Walla Walla yesterday and today.
The Samaritan class of the M. E.
church of which M. M. Moulton is
teacher, will hold its regular
monthly party at the parsonage at
8 o’clock Friday evening, January
26. All members and visitors of this
class are urged to be present.
The local Townsend club met
Monday night with a good attend
ance. The program given by the
men was enjoyed by all present.
Members and friends are urged to
attend the meeting next Monday
The first of a series of bridge
luncheons sponsored by the Esco
lentes club as a library benefit was
given at the home of Mrs. Floyd
Hutchins Thursday afternoon. Aft-‘
er a 1:30 dessert luncheon three ta
bles were in play with Mrs. H. E.
Oliver receiving high honors and
Mrs. Ace Purdy low. The host
esses for the afternoon were Mrs. M.
Hille and Mrs. R. R. Gowing.
The R. E. Reed family left for the
coast this momin'g, where he will
attend the Washington Newspaper
Publishers Association institute,
which is held at the university each
winter. Reed is president of the or
ganization. Mrs. Reed and the
children will visit with her sister,
Mrs. Mae Shanafelt, who is now
living in Seattle, where her son is
attending the university.
Choc. Eclairs, lb. . . .l9c
Ginger Snaps, 2 lb. 23c
Rice, Blue Rose, 3 lb. 18c
Sliced Beets, 2 for . .l9c
.Formay, 3-lb. can . .49c
Ivory Snow, pkg. . .10c
Paper Napkins 2 for 15c
Clothes Pins, 18 for 10¢
Graham Crax, 2 lb. 23c
Soda Crax, 2 lb. . . .l9c
Raisins, 4 lb. pkg. . .25c
Windex Cleaner bot. 19c
Hominy, Rel., 2 cans 23c
Spinach, Big K, 2 cn 25c
Salad Time, quart . .33c4
Grapefruit Juice, ..23c
. 46-03.
Catsup, Rel., 2 for . .29c
Jello Puddings, pkg. 5c
O’Cedar Cream, bot. 65c
O’Cedar Mops, each 75c
Johnston Wax, lb. . .59c
Cocoa, Hershey, lb. .15c
Coffee, pound . . . . .2lc
Pumpkin, 2'/2’s, 2 19c
P & G or C.W. Soap 14c
Anna Neagle in a scene from “Nurse Edith Cavell." playing at the
Roxy Theatre, Sunday and Monday.
The National Honor Society of
the local high school held an elec
tion of officers Monday. The fol
lowing students were elected: pres
ident, Pearl Dague;' Vlce presldent,
Willis Taylor; secretary, Mildred
Reese and treasurer, Ruth Safford.
Mr. and Mrs. Ted Kurth of Rich:
land are the proud parents of a
daughter, “Carol Jean,” born Fri
day at the Pasco hospital. Mrs.
Kurth will be remembered as the
former Miss Margery Mills.
Miss Lois Shumake is going to
speak to the senior high girls league
Friday. She will speak on “Nursing
as a profession for Girls.” Mildred
Reese is in charge of the program.
There will also be some entertain
ment numbers.
Mr. and Mrs. Larry Oliver en
tertained with a dinner party at
their home Sunday evening. Fol
lowing dinner three tables of bridge
were in .play. High honors were re
ceived by Mrs. Urban Koelker and
Ace Purdy. E. S. Black received
the white elephant prize.
Ten of the Pasco and Kennewick
salesman and department heads of
the P. P. 8; L. company left Wed
nesday for Portland, where they are
attending the annual salmen’s
meeting of the company. Those at
tending from here are Jim Bockius,
E. E. Billings, Odes Sloan and Wayne
A special project of the Girl’s
League for this year is the furnish
ing of a girl’s league room. The
girls working on this project are
Pearl Dague, Eunice Campbell,
Julia Durocher and Dorothy Smith.
At present they are in need of two
pillows and a blanket. If any one
would care to donate these, it
would be greatly appreciated.
Close to thirty couples of the
Dancing Club met Monday evening
at the Arrow Grill. The carnival
idea was carried out with all pres-‘
ent having an enjoyable time. Those}
in charge of arrangements for the
evening were Mr. and Mrs. HOW-.
ard McGhee, Mr. and Mrs. Frank;
Maupin and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Nab‘
A pinochle party was given for a.
group of young people at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. John Neuman on
Tuesday evening. Three tables were
in progress. High men’s score was
won by Wilbur Wiegand and low
by Fred Biegel. Ladies prizes were
won by Frieda. Pasche and Mrs.
The American Legion Auxiliary
will meet Wednesday. January 24,
at the home of Mrs. Elmer Olson at
1 o’clock in the afternoon to make
Valentine favors for the Walla
Walla hospital. Those desiring
‘transportation call Mrs. M. Sim
melink. Hostesses for the meet
ing will be Mrs. Marion Campbell
and Mrs. Jean Campbell.
Frank Miller, of Yakima. who ran
against Knute Kill for congress
last election, was in Kennewick
yesterday. He is helping with the
Finnish relief drive and reports
rather astounding success in vol-1
untary subscriptions for the brave
little people Who are fighting
against such overwhelming odds.{
Collections locally have not been?
brisk by any means. but Mayor
Crawford 3 asking all fraternal and
ciVlc organizations to pass the hat]
for the pumpse.
is now permanently located in the
Bradshaw Apts., 14 East 3rd 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 and it is advisable to get
your order in early.
Mrs. Ray Wilson will entertain
the P.-'l‘. A. study club at the home
of Mrs. V. W. mm on Mommy. Jan
uary 29.
Twenty members of the local R.
N. A. lodge went to Pasco Friday
night for joint installation with
Pasco, with neighbor Stump of
Pasco acting as installing officer
and neighbors Liberty and Austin
of Pasco as ceremonial‘ mardialls.
The following officers were install
ed for the Kennewick camp: Ora
cle, Eva Crockford; Past Oracle,
Olive Olbrich; Vice Oracle. Nellie
Britton; Chanceuor. Grace Faulds;
Recorder. Johanna Dickinson; Re
ceiver, Marietta Dague; Marshal,
Eileen Parquhar; Asst Marshal,
Thelma Higley; Inner Sentinel,
Ethel Campbell; Outer Sentinel,
Bertha Lewis; Manager. Annie
Mueller: Physicians. Dr. Spaulding
and Stevens; Musician, Pauline
Durham; Faith. Clara Lewis: Cour
age, Wilma McClure: Modesty,
Pearl Dague; Unselfishness, Edora
Lewis; Endurance, Maude Neel;
Flag Bearer, Anna Struve; Juve
niie Director. Pauline Durham.
Seniors-Juniors Tie
as Honor Students
' In the first semester’s work at
the local high school the number of
students listed from both the sen
ior and junior classes shows an
equal number. Those listed on the
honor roll are Students who have
received an average of grades above
B. and on the list of honorable men
tion the students have received a
B- or better for the semester.
The honor roll students are: sen
iors, Bruce Kenyon. Bill Kratzer,
‘Mildred Reese and Ru:h Saiford:
juniors, Jean Dahl. Quentin Mizer.
‘Ruth Simmelink and Dorothy
Smith; sophomores, Albert Belteri
and Arthur Evett. Students re-‘
ceiving honorable mention for the‘
semester’s work are: seniors. Lois‘
Campbell, Pearl Dague. Jeannette‘
Pettijean, and Willis Taylor; jun-(
lore, Albert Gull. Betty Higley, Joyce i
Mulkey and Louise Yoshino: sopho- ;
mores. Margaret Smith, Bob Neu-‘
‘man,- Hal Keene, David Johns. Lyle‘
Dague and Chester Dague.
Many New Books'Add
to Library’s Progress
The Kennewick library recently
received a shipment of new books
through the Bartlett Bequest fund.
Five of these best readers have been
placed on the pay shelf. They are:
“Reaching for the Stars." Nora
{mum “Great Tradition." Frances
Parkinson Keyes; “Watch for the
iDawn," Stuart Cloete; “Daniel
Boone,” John Bakeless; “Why Keep
iThem Alive?" Paul de Kruif.
‘ Some of the other books pur
chased from this fund are: Depew's
“Cokesbury Game Book; Douglas.
“Doctor Hudson’s Secret Journal”;
Dumas, "Three Musketeers”; “West
ern Union” by Grey; Helliburton’s
“Royal Road to Romance”; Keith.
“Land Below The Wind"; Nathan.
Portrait of Jennie”; and Yutang,
“Moment In Peking? Some of the
Junior books include Alcott’s “Eigiit
Cousins" and “Little Men" and
Baum’° famous “Wizard of Oz."
A recent local donation of $5.00
was made by the nemy organized
ladies of the Firemen’s Auxiliary.
Mr. Moulton Speaks to
Club About Education
l- The Kennewick Woman's club
held its regular monthly meeting
Friday at the Masonic hall. At the
business seession the ways and
means committee suggested and the
club voted to take over the sponsor
ship or one of the local shows. the
proceeds of which will be used as
a park and library benefit.
The program for the afternoon
opened with a song. “The Sunshine
of Your Smile." by Vivian Higley.
hecompanied by Mrs. Mills. um
IHelen Massey. home demonstrator
\m: the P. p. as L. 00. showed slides
iof the "Life of Helen Kellar.” and
what proper lighting can do for the
eyes. M. M. ‘Moultpn gave an in-
teaming talk explaining isoixiie "(it
the facts about the state educa
tional system,
An invitation was accepted by
the club from the Girls League to
be their coats at the next meeting
which will be held February 9 at the
high school.
Hostesses for the afternoon in
cluded the Mesdames Huntington.
Matthews. Mills. Bustier. Klitten and
Boy Scout Troop Being
Reorganized This Week
Boy scout troop No. 26 is being
organized and registered here this
week according to scoutmaster.
Jerry Campbell. This troop is com
posed entirely of Highland boys and
the insistent seoutmaster is Kermit
Liebel. The Highland Improvement
club is sponsoring this troop. The
twelve members of the troop in
clude George Reymore, Wallace
Preston, Bob Bishop. Calvin Liebel.
Jack Ray. Calvin Simsen. Ira
Imnpson. Howard Giles. Billy
Campbell. Babe Decker. Mike Wat
kins and Ralph Box.
Mike Watkins. Babe Decker and
Ralph Box qualified for the Tender
Tuesday evening.
Several ships for American firms
were made in Denmark this year.
SUGAR c.'3.-.".;;,9 56c
WHEATIES, package . . . . 11c
Shurfine Corn Flakes, 2 lg. pkg. 19c
SPAM IZ-oz. 5.. 26C
Grape Nut Flakes, 2for . . . 19c
Post Bran Flakes, 2 for L . . 19c
KRAUT, Wadham’s, 2% tin . . 10c
Pumpkin, Shurfine, 2% tin . . 10c
Hominy, white or yellow, 2% tin 10c
Pork & Beans, Tastewell, 2% tin 10c
Fresh Fruits & Produce
Cauliflower, white lg. hd. . . . . . . 15c
Lettuce, good solid, 2 for .. . . . .13c
Bananas, firm, fancy, pound ...5c
Onions, No. l, 10-lb. bag . . . . . . .10c
Rhubarb, fancy, 2 pounds . . . . . .25c
Broccoli, lg. 1% lb. bunch . . . . . .15c
Rome Apples, comb. grade, box 80c
Phone 32|
, In The Rear of The 3
Drive in and do Your
Shopping Here
WE WANT to all this me with good new." "pm:
every week. You can help us.. When you know an
Item of Interest. tell us about It personally. or by phone
we'n a“ mu it. Phone No. One-DoubleOno.
Francis Mills to Wed
Yakima Girl Saturday
Kennewick friends have received
invitations, to amend the weddlnc
of Fluids Hills to Miss flelen am
den this Saturday. January '3O. The
ceremony is to tnke place at four
o‘clock et the Y. W. C. A. in Yaki
ma end will be performed by the
Rev. Orville D. Peterson. A recep
tion will iollow for close to sixty
guests. Mrs. Frank Mills. mother
of the groom-to-he will be in at
tendance as w9ll as a number of
Kennewick friends.
The young couple will make their
home in Yakima. where Mr. Mills
is employed wit“ the P. P. a: 1... Co.
Installation of Girls
Is Impressive Service
Thu local chapter of Rainbow
for Girls held a short business
meeting which was followed by the
installation of new officers. Anna.
unrie Mueller and as installing
officer. usisted by Mildred Brown.
installing secretary: Ellen Wynne.
Chaplsin; Velma noosmish. drill
leader and Sue Anglia. OW.
The officers installed for the en
suing term are Worthy Advisor.
Lou Mae Sloan: Associate Advlscr.
Irene Lam: charlty. June Bklnner;
hope. Jeanette Petltjean; faith.
Joyce Mulkey; recorder. Margaret
Reed; treasurer. men Lampson;
musician. Mildred Spreen: choir di
rector. Margery mum; confiden
tial observer. Betty Meek: outer
observer. Winifred Bum: drill
leader. Jean Luna; love. Irma Pratt:
tension. Betty Hialey: nature. Pearl
Dague; immortality. Virginia Smith;
fidelity. Margaret smith; patriot
ism, Barbara Perkins; service. Ethel
Ann Campbell. Mrs. V. w. Blrd
was Installed as the mother ad
visor and the advisory board com
posed of Eastern Stars and Maaons
are: Mm. Dottie Lampoon. Mrs. Boy
Buford. Mrs. H. A. Linn. Mn. 8.
E. Reed. Mrs. C. 8. mm. 8:. 8. Black.
Floyd Butchlns. 'r. A. Brlxn. M. M.
Moulton and “Dad” Libby.
Following installation the follow
ing were introduced. Mrs. Jennie
Chellis. first Rainbow mother ad-
Free' Delivery 9:30 and 3:30
Boston Butts, Swift’s choice, lb. 21c
Pork Link Sausage, pound . . . . .19c
Fresh Oysters, pint .1.....9c
CottageCheesgpound .........10c
New Kraut, quart. .............10c
Pic-nic’gpound 17c
floor of thls chnptor: Mllton leby.
u the omclnl "Dadz” Ellen Wy
sonz. grand color bearer of the
grand anembly pf the State of
Wuhlngton: Mrs. K. I. Ollver.
worthy matron and Floyd Hutohlns.
worthy patron of the Eastern Star:
and fir. and Mrs. Odes Sloan. par
ents of Lou Mu Sloan. Sue Ancltn.
retlrlnc worthy advlsor was pre
sented with a Ralnbow Blble from
the assembly.
A soclal tlme and refreshments
were enjoyed at the close of the 111-
Local Women Organize
Co. Republican Club
A group of Kennewlck women
composed of Mrs. W. H. Stunner.
“rs. J. H. Siegfrieduuixp. I". If.
neste.’ hrs. a. 'Ol can. Mn. A. c.
Amon and Mrs. Ed Crooks mom
ed to Pro-sex- Friday afternoon.
where they assisted in ommzmc
a Benton County Woman'l Repub
lican club. Mrs. Btrtcklor. Repubu
can mute committee-wanna. pre
um. Mrs. George 0. Button was
mad chairman.
This newly organized Prom unit
is the second in the county and
much interest is being shown to
wards the organization of omel
unite in the county.
The Kennewick unit win hold its
next meeting on ltonday. Februery
5 at 2 o'clock at the home of we.
Strickler. Any men of the com--
munity or of any neighboring
towns interested is invited to at
tend this meeting.
The Weather
We really have no complaints to
make concerning the weather dur
January'a third week report given
by our Highland weather man. The
tempu'ature and precimtation for
thematweekiorilifland 19.010:
Jan. 11—87-28 82-21
Jan. 12-41-21 87-36
Jan. 18—50-27 “-29
Jan. “—4l-80 «10-u
Jan. 1545-85 46-32
Jan. 1642-28 60-10
Jan. 1747-29 “-82
Pound 19c
Pound 26c
El Cumino Coffee
Lb. 13c 2 lb. 25c
For Ilene M:
49-“). bag $1.59
Poppy Flour
All Pal-pone My Flour
49-lb. bag $1.29
lb. 25c

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