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, January 25. 1940
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'l'g’fjfi—fLE éTORIES OF THE WEEK
Rev, Mr. A. U. Logan of Sunny
side fined at the Baptist parsonage
WY afternoon.
The second division of the M. E.
dd 'm meet Thursday, February 1
n the home of Mrs. Harley Peter.
firs. Norman Kirxham of Yakima.
” visitiDE with relatives in Pasco
”a Kennewick this week. ,
mg June Visger has been con
fined to her home the past week
“a; an attain; of flu.
A new class on Safety Education
w been added to the Junior High
mu semester.
m, Roger Records will entertain
the Escolenws club Friday evening,
“may 26 at 7:30.
mien Bar-tee left last week
Jammy where she entered Kin
mn's Business College.
The Baptist circle will meet on
Thin-slay, February 1. With Mrs.
Keith Rehelt at 417 Hartford St.
The odd Fellows are holding a
ard party next Monday evening at
their lodge hall. All Odd Fellows
ue cordially invited to attend.
fir, and Mrs. Robert Farquhar and
son Bobby left Saturday for Aber
deen, where they will make a. two
week’s viSit.
Hrs. Rolla Gowing and s
dimmer left Supqay fOr Sealfi‘fél,
where she is mating with her
mother.
The B. squad played White Bluffs
Wednesday night and on Friday‘
night they will play the Finley-Ho
vet town team. .
On Tuesday, the Soil and Crops
class visited the Soil Conservation
office, where they were shown aeral
maps taken around Kennewick.
The Misses Minnie Reese, Ella
Newman and Verdella Mueller were
Wednesday evening gusts at the
bane of Mrs. Vic Smull in Pasco.
'niursday, the ninth grade agri
culture class visited the Twin City
livestock and Poultry company,
where they watched the slaughter
a sheep.
Harley Chapman, county auditor,
m in this end of the county yes
tad”. mating notices of the port
district election to be held February
10.
The Misses Evelyn Hoem, Kath
ryn Brown and Verna Gilbert mo
tored to Walla Walla Tuesday night
to see Eva Le Gamenne in “Hedda
Gabler.”
The regular meeting of the Ken
mk pinochle club was held last
mum at the O. T. Staley home
in the Garden Tracts with Mrs. C.
P.Wlnkenwerder as assistant host
es.
The Wednesday bridge club was
entertained at the home of Mrs.
Edamks this week, with Mrs. John
Vibber, Mrs. Howard Hinckley and
In. Ben Galligan receiving prizes.
Mrs. M. M. Moulton returned last
weeklrom her trip to Ohio, where
she visited mlativw. She left Tues
day for Seattle, where she is visit
ing with her mother, Mrs. S. M.
Gum.
Bestes E Grocery
For All Your Food Needs Remember You Can
Specials for Fri. & Sat., Jan. 26-27
311532, 11112111; $11.20“ . . . . 19c
MILK, IGA or Morning, 3 cans 20c
CHOCOLATE ECLAIRS, fresh, pound ....-...19c
Blue “G” CO’FFEE, fresh ground, pound ....21c
CORNFLAKES, “Kelloggs,” 2 for 19c
§gyngsggg size sc; 2 tall tins 19c
ORANGE. JUICE, Lashs, 46- 02., each ......-.25c
WAX PAPER, GA, clear and tough, 12541;. 19c
NAP KIN S, 80’s, White, 2 packages ..............-.15c
gSTERS, Emporium Cove, 2 cans -.......---...-.23c
iflfigPOWN, package . . 22c
Mandrin ORANGES, 8-oz. can, 3 cans for ....25c
CATSUP, Reliance De Luxe, 2 for ............-...29c
TANG, Salad Dressing, quart 29c
EDGE it gets the dirt, package -...........-...21c
$15142 flén’tl‘figgan . . . . . . 53c
CHILI CON CARN E, Van Camp’s, 2 for ....19c
MACARONI, bulk in cello, 3 pounds --..-.-.-...19c
RAISINS, seedless, 4 pounds 25c
PEAS, Athena, size 2 and 3, 2 cans ...-.-.....----.22c
gRAPEFRfl
BANANAS, No. 1 fruit, solid, 3 pounds ..-..-..23c
CARROTS, smooth stock, 3 pounds -.-...........10C
ORANGES, Sunkist Juicers, 2 dozen. ...-.-.-.-.35C
CELERY, Washed Utah, stalk 10¢
I‘ETTUCE, solid, crisp Jumbo, 2 for ....-.......15c
APP LES, Winesap and Newton, box .-..........59C
Do Best at BESTE’S
The Kennewick bridge club met at
the home of Mrs. E. C. Tweet Wed
nesday afternoon with three tables
in play. Honors were received by
Mrs. J. H. Siegfried. The next
meeting will be held February 14
with Mrs. J. K. Bockius.
The regular meeting of the Ken
newick-Richland Turkey local met
with Odes Sloan Tuesday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Gilbert are
the parents of a daughter, born at
the Pasco hospital Saturday, Janu
aryr2o.
' The Reed family returned Sunday
[from a trip to the coast, where Reed
attended the annual newspaper pub
lishers institute held at the univers
-lity campus. Mrs. Mae Shanafelt,
Mrs. Reed’s s'ister, returned with
them. She is here looking after her
property interests.
Mrs. H. G. Gall entertained Mon
~day evening with a card party,
.which is the first of a series spon
sored by St. Paul’s Episcopal Guild.
After dessert five tables of bridge
were in play with Mr. and Mrs. H.
R. Vibber winning high honors for
Ithe evening.
The B. 8:. P. W. club held a
short business meeting at the home
of Mrs. E. S. McDonald Monday
evening. Elsie Raymond was ap
pointed Community Chest repre
sentative to succeed Helen Steiner
and Lois Shumake was appointed
health chairman of the club.
The members of the chamber of
commerce have been invited to at
tend tho pie social given by the
Highlanders as a library benefit.
Ladies are requested to bring pies
which will be auctioned. Dancing
will follow the interesting program,
which has been prepared.
The Townsend club will give a
party for all members having birth
days in January next Monday eve
ning. A potluck dinner will be
served at 6:30 and those attending
are asked to bring sandwiches and
are urged to come.
Victor Rogers and his group of
F. F. A. boys will present the pro
gram at the regular meeting of the
Kennewick Valley grange on Fri
day, February 2. Earl Johns will tell
of his recent trip to Chicago as a
representative from this section.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence E. John
ston of Spokane and the Mises Mil
dred Spreen and Anna Marie Muel
ler "were Monday evening dinner
guests at the Odes Sloan home. Mr.
Johnston is president of the Inter
state Telephone company.
The Ninette club met with Ruth
Beightol Friday. Honors for the
afternoon were re'ceived by Mrs.
Kenneth Durham, Mrs. Percy Eri
ckson and Mrs. John Wooden. The
next meeting will be January 26
with Mrs. Melvin Glasow.
Ed Meskimen, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Ross Meskimen, will leave this week
for Olympia, where he will attend
high school. Ed will make his home
with his sister, Mrs. Earle H. Mac-
Cannell, nee Frances Meskimen, and
her husband, who is affiliated with
the Washington State Library.
Shirley Temple and Martin Good
Rider, full-blooded Blackfeet In
dian. Martin has his first movie
role in “Susannah of the Mounties"
playing at the Roxy Theatre Friday
and Saturday.
Mrs. J. C. Hogan is suffering from
minor injuries to her head and arms
caused from a bad fall Tuesday
night.
Mr. and Mrs. “Penney” Ferrell
motored to Pendleton Friday and
spent the week-end visiting at the
home of their son, Bin.
The quarantine has been lifted
this week from the J. R. Michener
home and Mrs. Michener is able
to be out after being a victim of
smallpox. ‘ '
Mr. and Mrs. Francis Mills of
Yakima, who were enroute from
Walla Walla, were Tuesday eve
ning guests at the home of Francis’
mother here.
Miss Katherine Ponti, teacher in
the Ellensburg schools is visiting
with friends here today and tomor
row. The Ellensburg schools are
closed due to illness.
A meeting of the general M. E.
aid will be held Wednesday, Janu
ary 31 at the home of Mrs. W. s.
Walters with a fellowship dinner
being served at one o’clock.
' P. E. 0. chapter met at the home
of Mrs. A. H. Wegner Tuesday eve
ning. After the regular business
Mrs. W. S. WaShburn conducted the
program on “Founders Day.”
Kennewick people attending the
book review given by Mrs. Hill Wil
liams and sponsored by the Pasco
B. 8; P. W. club Monday evening
were: Mr. and Mrs. Waldo Rich
mond. Mr. and Mrs. Ia G. Bailey.
Mrs. Diedrich, Mrs. Manley Gest.
Frank Larson, Mrs. E. s. McDonald
and Verdella Mueller.
Mrs. C. A. Chinell left Sunday for
her home at Winfield, Alberta, Can
ada, after spending the past three
weeks visiting at the home of her
daughter, Mrs. Harold Matter. She
will spend several days in Calgary,
visiting friends and relatives be
fore leaving for her home a Win
field.
Mrs. H. W. Whittemore. Mrs. -R.
E. Reed and Mrs. Glenn Felton were
hostesses to a library benefit party
at the Felton home this afternoon
with five tables in play. This is the
second in a series of card parties
sponsored by the Escolentes club.
Honors for the afternoon were re
ceived by Mrs. C. F. Winkenwerder
and Mrs. Howard Beste.
‘ The Misses Ellen Wysdng and Viv
ian Higley were hostesses to a din
ner party at the Higley home this
evening The occasion was given as
a farewell for Anna Marie Mueller.
who was also honored with a. hand
kerchief shower. There were eight
girls present. all of whom were mem
bers of the class of ’39 Following the
dinner the girls enjoyed a theatre
party
Five Boy Scouts Are
Awarded Honor Badges
WHITE BLUFFS—JI'he Boy Scouts
held their monthly Court of Honor
at the high school gym last Tues
day evening. There were one hun
dred or more scouts. their parents
and friends present from Prosser,
Benton City, Hanford and White
Bluffs. Five boys received their
second-class badges, the five being
Billy Kirby, Lowell Miller, Virgil
Boehmer, Dock Arnold and Charles
Graves. -
Mrs. J. E, Leander and Mrs. Dor
man D. Hall were Kennewick shop
pers on Saturday last.
The White Bluffs Grange will
give another of its enjoyable dances
on Saturday, January 27, at the
grange hall. Benny Buchanan's
dance band will furnish the music.
Harold and Wilbur Grisham, sons
of Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Grisham, have
completed their navy enlistment
and have returned to visit their
parents. Harold and Wilbur have
both been stationed at the Pearl
Harbor naval base in the Hawaiian
Islands during nearly all of their
enlistment.
Mrs. Wm. Rousseau and small
daughter of Yakima, returned to
Yakima Sunday after spending a
week at the home of Mrs. Rousseau's
mother, Mrs. Cordelia Montgomery.
Mrs. Larsine (Grandman) Wilson
is improving after a. hard siege of
influenza. although still confined
to her house.
Friends of Cecil Borden will be
glad to learn that he is still eon
tinuing in an almost miraculous re
covery after a severe kidney opera
tion a few weeks ago. If he con
tinues to improve, it is believed that
he may be able to return home in
another fortnight.
Mr. and Mrs. Jess Brown and
small daughter, Sallie Ann, spent
the fore part of the week with rela
tives in Yakima.
Entertain Mothers
Miss Betty Beyers and Mm Shir
ley Barnes entertained on Saturday
at the Beyers home with a. birth
day dinner in honor of their moth
ers, Mrs. Beth Beyers and Mrs. J. B.
Barnes. other guests included Car
rie Jean Codding, Alice Beyers, Dor
othy Edgemond. Wm. Miller and
Jack Barnes After spending a short
time coasting near the Beyers home,
the balanace of the evening was
spent with music and games.
Miss Muriel Beldin and um
THE KENNEWICK (WASH.) COURIER-REPORTER;
Vearl Lovgren served dinner Satur
day at the W. H. Kirby home to the
fohowing guests: Mr. and Mrs. W.
H. Kirby, Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Kir
by and son, Billy. After dinner the
evening was spent playing cards.
The Misses Betty and Alice Beyers
were hostesses Sunday afternoon to
about a dozen of their young friends
with an old-fashioned taffy pull.
White Bluffs is experiencing a
touch of winter, but the weather is
not so disagreeable nor the temper
ature so low as to muse any hard
ship, and we still have our robins.
Interesting Program
Given For Visitors
The Finley grange met Thursday
evening with 76 members and rep
resentatives from six other granges.
Mrs. J. R. Ayers gave a report of
the women’s auxiliary which was
recently organized. with Mrs. Bird
well. pres, Mrs. Myrtle Calvin, vice
pres, and Mrs. William Wilson,
sec.-treas. The next meeting will
be held Feb. 7th. The Roll Call
will be answered by “What Kind of
a Pillow to Make." which are to be
entered in the State contest. Each
ladyisaskedtobringateatowel
to make at this meeting, which will
be given to the grange. After the
business meeting a lengthy program
was put on by the lecturer. Mrs.
Dan Gerber. The Pomona officers
were present and gave interesting
talks.
The program consisted of accor
dian solo, Howard Manson; Essay.
“Resources of State of Washington.”
by Mrs. McFadden: Report 01
Grange by Mrs. J. R. Ayers; Duet.
Mrs. W. Wilson and Mrs. Glenna
Nelson, accompanied by Mrs. E.
Laudell at the piano; State High
way. Mr. Hughes; Skit: "Romeo 8:
Juliet. Mr. and Mrs. C. McFadden.
Next meeting will be Feb. lst. Each
lady to bring cake or sandwiches.
' Arlie Glassner who has been on
the sick list the past few days is
able to be at work again.
The Finley Ladies Aid held an all
day quilting at the church Wednes
day with a pot luck dinner at noon.
Mrs. Barth of Walla Walla, who
‘nas been visiting her daughter and
ison-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Ben
Schwartmoopf the past month. left
{Tuesday for home. The Schwartz
‘scopfs and Mrs. Barth were in Wal
‘la Walla Wednesday and Thursday.
Twofold Celebration
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Perkins en
tertained Mr. q Mrs. Frank Vol
land and Mr. an Mrs. T. M. Gard
ner Wednesday at a dinner. The
occasion being the 18th wedding
gmversary and Mr. Volland’s birth-
Y- .
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Fredericks and
little daughter, from Parma, Ida.,
are here visiting Mr. Fredericks'
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Freda
ericks. \
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Jacobs of
Kennewick visited at the home of
Mrs. Young Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold O’Hair and
children were visitors Sunday or
Mr. and Mrs. Ellsworth O’Halr.
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ness visitors in Dayton and Walla
Walla Friday.
Mr. and airs. E. Sherry were
dinner gusts Sunday of hr. and
Mrs. Harry Benson.
Highway Curve Filled
In At Horse Heaven
WESTERN HORSE HEAVEN -
Work has progressed quickly on
the big fill being made on the high
way north of the Sam Root place.
This will do away with the sharp
hairpin curve there that has been
in use for so many m.
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Anderson
entertained last Sunday in honor
of the birthday of Dorothy Boyd.
at a family dinner.
Mr. and Mrs. Eric Cooper and
John Swanson were dinner guests
last week of Mr. and Mrs. Wallace
Anderson.
D. L. Henson ls purchasing a
projector for the family movie
camera. which will no damn lead
to a very interesting hobby and
record.
Floyd Smith was absent from
school last week because of illness.
Alice Girt was also missed several
days.
' Mr. and Mrs. Eric Cooper and
John Swanson were guests of the
Nels Burkharts one evening last
week.
Members Give Talk
Mrs. Guy Morgan entertained
the Mothers’ Auxiliary at her home
Saturday afternoon. Roll Call was
short talks on various topics by
each member. The group sewed on
quilt blocks for the hostess. Plans
were made for making a mothers‘
scrapbook and methods for in
creasing membership. Refreshments
o! sandwiches. fruit jello cookies
and cocoa were served by the hos
tess and daughter. The next meet
lngwillbel'eb.l7atthehomeot
Mrs. Edward Tyacke.
Chester Anderson and Harold
Combs have been ill the past week.
Mr. and Mrs. W. 0. Travis. Mr.
and Mrs. John Make and child
renwereguestsattheß.M.'rnvis
figme Sunday afternoon and even-
Mrs. Chester- Benson and daugh
Wheaties pkg; llc
20-Mule Team Borax Pwd., 2 lb. 27c
20-Mule Team Borax Chips . 23c
Energy Gran. Soap, lg. pkg. . 19c
peaCh es 3:11:33?" 39c
Pineapple, 2% tin ... . . 19c
Broken Slices
Sweet Pickles, quart jar . . . 25c
Oyster Soup, 4 10-oz. tins . . 25c
Bailey’s
Pea 5" '
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No. a: tin 23C
Peaches, Tastewell, 2% tin . . 16c
Shurfine Peanut Crush. 2-lb. 'jr. 29c
Dill Pickles, quart jar . . . . 19c
A ' °
prlcots fitfifih 23c
Fresh Fruits & Produce
Winesap APPLES, box .. . . . .75c
CAULFLOWER, head .........15c
BEETS, bunch 2c
CARROTS, bunch ..............5c
Lettuce,2for 15c
Potatoes, No. l, 10 lbs. ........l9c
McDONALD’S GROCERY
Phone 32' Free Delivery 9:30 and 3:30
The H. S. Hughes family enjoyed
a family dinner at their home But
urday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Chuck
Neel and family and those from
out of town present were Mrs.
Clarence Thorpe and family of Spo
kane and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Eely
and family of Yukinu.
Carrie Wood came Monday from
IClax-kston to visit her brother Clark
llcCoy.
I Mr. and Hrs. Joe Ely and non.
Dickie of Yakimn. came My to
;spend the week-end It the home
101 her parents. fir. and Mrs. li. 8.
‘Hughes.
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' A large number of Hover people
lgttended the surprise receptionsn_d
donation party for Reverend E.
ischwenkewdumnyuven at .the
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SHURFINE GROCERY
Drive-in and do Your
Shopping Here
WE WANT to fill this page with good m-mw Hum:
(Wery week. You can help us “'lwn you knnw an
item of mat-rest. tell us about It pormvwny. or by phmw -~
we'll ‘ ‘cute It. Phone No. One-Dmble-Oue.
ter. Cal-flee. spent Saturday after
noon with the D. 1... Reasons.
Mr. and Mrs. (any Travis and
children. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Ty
acke and daughter. and Vernon
Borden were dinner guests Sunday
of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Tyacke and
family.
The Double 4-H club met Satur
day afternoon with Merte May Mor
gan. Roll Call was New Year‘s reso
lutions. The planning committee
reported on ideas for increasing the
club camp hands and co-operation
with other local clubs for s oom
munity achievement day. The rec
ord books were filled out to date.
after which Alvin Bell was in
charge of recreation. Ebb. 17 is
thedateofthenextmeetinxand
will be held at the home of Maxine
and Edward 'l‘yacke.
Two Houses Undergo
Remodeling At Hover
' ROVER. Guy Nelson is doing
some remodeling in his house and
finishing the upstairs.
Austie Shubert is remodeling the
Harvey Osborn house. and expects
to man there in the near future.
Family Dinner
QUALITY MEATS
Bacon Squares, pound 10c
Boston Butts, pound . 20c
Pork Steak, pound . .16c
Lean cuts
(‘nttage Cheese, pound 10¢:
home lat Friday evening. Those
attending Included Mr. and Mrs. A.
B. Mclntyre. Mr. and Mrs. Charles
mus. John mum. Miss Emma
Dahlia. Mr. and Mrs. Amon and
fit. and Mrs. I". Ludlow 0! Km
nemck.
Pneumonia Patient
nu. B. B. Stewart has been ill
with pneumonia at her home the
out week. Her condition is improv
ed at this writing.
urn. Minnie Ashby was a dinner
chest at the J. E. Cochran home
sundny.
Mn. Clarence Thorpe and daugh
ters. Barbara and Judith and son.
Billie. of Spokane. visited at the
H. 8. Hughes home from Wednes
day until sway.
Mr. and Mrs. Ward Graver and
family. 0! Finley. were Sunday din
:er guests at the Frank Montague
ome.
Ladle: ['3an
The ladies of .me Hover Pm
ochle club emu-tuned their hus
bands at a pxnochle party at the
8.1!. fiampton home Saturdey eve
ning. Five thbles were In play:
Mrs. Auntie ahubert received high
score and Mr. Bhubert. low.
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Cochran and
Mrs. Minnie Ashby were dinner
Guests at the Bil-i Cochran home in
Finley on numday. They later
called at the Wes Hockersmith home
in East Kennewick
Mrs. H. 8. Hughes was hostess
to the Womens‘ Home Benefit club
Wednesday afternoon or last week.
There were about 28 members and
visitors present. A white elephant
sale was held with Mrs. Chuck
Neel as auctioneer. A delicious
salad luncheon was served by the
hostess.
ANYONE WAN'I'ING to come and
get some good Come pups. see Doc
Gordan at Richhnd. Wash. 43::
CARD 0F THANKS
We wish to express our sincere
thanks for the many kindness“
shown during our recent bereave
ment. and for the bountiful floral
offerings. ,
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funny.
0. I". fioekemnith and family.
Shurfine
Flour
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49-“). bag $1.59
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49 lb. bag $1.13
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