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“my. February 15, 1940
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LITTLE STORIES OFTITE WEEK 1
W- McAfee of Oregon is employ
ed at the Ayers ranch.
J. a, Ayers made a business trip
30 ”asset Wednesday.
my Stumpf of Spokane was a
W 53 visitor at the I. N, Mueller
We today. '
m, L. G. Bailey returned this
mm 'from Seattle on a buying
mp for The Clothier.
The Excolentes study club will
meet Thursday, February 22 at 1:30
with Mrs, Lillie Smith. ‘ I
an. M. O. Barnes and two. child- -
”n or Yakima are visiting this week !
at the George Byrd home. i
m, Glenna Nelson and daughter, ;
amney Anne of Finley were Sun
day gmner guests at the Joe Strad- '
mm ome.
! ”fir and Mrs. P. Hanson and son
3111! of Lyle and Miss Lena Mains
were week-end guests at the R. E.
D 33th home.
was Cora Thurston has return
ed from Seattle, Where she has
spent the past three months, havs
mg her arm treated. ‘
The Current Events department
of the Woman’s Club will meet on
my, February 23 at the home of
llrs. H. E. Huntington.
Mrs. Omar Pence of Cheney is
making an extended stay at the
home of Dr. M. W. Stevens. Mrs.
pence is Mrs. Steven’s mother.
‘ The B. & P. W. club will hold a
social meeting at the Chester Dur
dle home, 201 First Avenue with
ma Ellamae Liebel acting as host
-58.
"The fourth division of the M. E.
“a will enjoy a birthday dinner on
Wednesday February 21 at one o'-
clock at the home of Mrs. Don
Gates.
The Faculty bridge party will be
held Thursday night at the home of
Its. A. T. Belair. Mrs. Ray Nor
mile and Miss Margery Steele will
be hostesses.
lira. D. Corlett is expected to ar
rive Friday from Drumond, Mon-‘
tens to spend a week visiting at the
bane of her sister-in-law, Mrs.
meta Campbell.
Several of the boys in the Agri
culture classes attended the tractor
school sponsored by the John Deere
Plow 00., held Wednesday afternoon
at the Roxy theatre.
Wednesday attemoon the junior
high school students enjoyed a
Valentine party. A program was
held in the auditorium and re
imbments were served in the cafe
tale.
The Mises Valeria Holcomb and
Virginia Hutchinson of Olympia
were week-end guests at the C. L.
Holcomb home. Miss Hutchinson
is secretary to Belle Reaves, secre
tary of state.
Bestes E Grocery
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Best at BESTE’S
SPECIALS FOR FRI., SAT., FEB. 16 AND 17
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A Ens 2-pound bExes 33' 15c
WINDEX, wash windows the easy way, bot. 19c
COFFEE, Royal Guest, fresh ground, lb. ....--21c
KREMEL Puddings, all kinds, 4 packages 15c
SHRIMP, Bluplate, wet pack, 2 cans .........-....29c
n 4-p d k . '
AlSlls mg‘gnsggdlgezs 4 lbs. 190
COCOA, Rich in Cocoa Butter, 2 lb. .....-..........21c
SOAP GRAINS, giant box, package ..------.-..-...45c
WorChester Sauce, Durkee’s, bottle .......-.......15c
SARDIN ES, S & W, smoked & naturial, can 12c
H'll
WFFEE Sfiaiefaxwell' lb. 27c
GRAPEFRUIT, Florida, 2 cans .....15c
TAPIOCA, the original minute, pkg. -...........10c
SOAP, C. W., giant bars, 4 bars 15c
CORN STARCH, “Amaizo,” 2 packages .-...-15 c
[llEAPPLEg‘glgggizl/g,s 2 "2:3 150
MACKEREL, “Solid, Tasty Fish,” 2 cans..-.25c
OYSTERS, small cove, 2 cans 220
TANG SALAD DRESSING, quart ...........-..29c
GREEN BEANS, “Silco Cut, 3 cans ........-...25c
IG
MM 0335““ 3 cans 20c
PIC-NlO HAMS, Swift’s Empire, pound -.-...16c
330 k BACON, skinned, lean, pound .....-.--..-2OC
PORK ROASTS, lean, young porkers, lb. ---..-15 c
PORK CHOPS, lean, tender, pound -----.......---.19C
pmsco 9553:“ ea. 50c
CABBAGE qolid h d d --------.-3c
M , green ea , poun -.
SWEET SPUDS, select No. 2 Spuds, 4 lb. ..-.29c
GRANGES’ sweet, juicy, 2 dozen . 29c
WU”, Arizona Seedless, dozen ....33c
Ellis gii‘éii's‘éfifiesaps box 790
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The Needle club will meet Friday,
February 16 at the home of Mrs.
W. J. Skinner in Pasco.
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Hutchins mo
tored to Walla Walla Sunday,
where they visited Mrs. Mary Hu-t
--chins at the Blue Mountain sani
tarium. They report her as improv
ing in health. ‘
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Holcomb, ac
companied by their daughter, Miss
Valeria and house guest, Miss Vir
ginia Hutchinson, motored to Yaki
ma Saturday and visited at the
Vance Holcomb home.
1 Mrs. G. W. Sherk Mrs. Margaret
gGarber Mrs. J. R. Ayers and Mrs.
J. A. Hatch attended an Eastern
'Star meeting in Pasco Monday
_ night to witness the initiation of
a friend of Mrs. Ayers.
, Dr. and Mrs. M. W. Stevens are
the proud parents of a son born at
the Pasco hospital Friday morning.
The youngster has been named
Richard William, but according to
“Doc” he will be called “Bud."
A silver tea and a book review
will be given by the second division
of the M. E. aid on Friday evening,
February 29 in the church parlors.
The review will be given by Mrs.
Richard Stevens of Pasco and the
public is invited to keep this date
open.
Mrs. Margaret Garber made a
trip to Yakima Tuesday to visit with
.Mrs. J. W. Setters, who has been
very ill for the past year. Mrs. Set
ters is a former Kennewick resident,
having lived here for a number of
years.
The girls of the 7th grade enjoy
ed a Valentine party in Miss Gil
bert’s room Wednesday. Mrs. Duf
fy, home room mother, was a spec
ial guest. An exchange of valen
tines took place and refreshments
served.
Miss Lois Ridley, a school teach
er at Gig Harbor; arrived Tuesday
:and is visiting this week at the
‘home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
C. E. Ridley. The Gig Harbor
schools are closed due to a measles
epidemic.
A junior high home economics
club has Just been newly organized
and the officers are: Mary Belle
Boise president; Rebecca Liston,
vice president; Mary Ellen Dickin
‘son, secretary and Fay Dillon,
Treasurer. .
They are going to attend a con
ference this Saturday at Toppenish.
The following girls are delegath
Mary Belle Boise, Recea Liston,
Mary Ellen Dickinson, Ethel Hays,
and Phyllis Oliver. At this confer
ence, Phyllis Oliver will talk on
Home Improvement and Mary Belle
Boise will talk on the Plans of the
Club.
Floyd Hutchins is ill with the flu
this week.
Soren Maas, mayor of Berrian, was
a Kennewick visitor Tuesday.
C. C. Williams and A. F'. Brown
were business visitors in Davenport
Friday.
Mrs. Charles Powell and Mrs P.
0. Stone were Walla Walla visitors
Monday.
Omar Lincoln is now employed as
a guard at the state penitentiary in
Walla Walla. ;
Mel Maclnturff is suffering from
a broken leg caused by a fall Sun
day evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Vic Smull of Pasco
were Sunday dinner guests at the
C. C. Williams home.
Mrs. Glenn Felton was taken to
the Blue Mountain sanitarium in
Walla Walla Tuesday.
Mrs. Roger Records returned
Monday evening from a several
1("1123.y5’ visit with'her sister in Seat
, e.
Dr. and Mrs. Warde F. Meyer of
Pendleton were week-end guests at
the E. A. Miller and A. H. Meyer
vhomes.
Mrs. Ray Boldt entertained twelve
guests at a pinochle party Saturday
evening honoring her husband’s
. birthday.
. Miss Alberta LaMott arrived last
week from Tacoma after completing
her first semester’s work at the Col- .
lege of lPuget Sound.
The Library Guild will meet Mon
day for an all-day meeting with
Mrs. R. R. Wooden at the H. W.
Withers home on South Highlands.
The Kennewick Woman’s Club, in
addition to their recent donation .to
the park fund, also contributed two
dollars for the Finnish relief fund.
Now the bank has been stream
lined. Workmen over the week-end
have clipped the tops off the fa
miliar cages surrounding the work
ers.
Mrs. R. E. 'l'hart left Monday for
lher home in Ellensburg after spend
ing the winter months visiting with
her parents Mr. and Mrs. L. C.
Gardner.
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Altmgge were
guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Rupp in Walla Walla Sun-l
day. They also visited with Mrs.‘
Mary Hutchim at the sanitarium.
James P. Mauzey died Saturday
morning after a long illness. He had
made his home in Kennewick for a
number of years. Funeral services
and burial were held in Walla Walla.
P. E. 0. chapter met at the home
of Mrs. H. S. Whitbeck Tuesday
evening with Mrs. A. H. Wegner in
charge of the program, which was
composed of an article on “National
Census.”
Kiwanians were taken through
the P. P. & L. substation at Pasco
Tuesday noon as a part of the pro
gram. The meeting was the payoff
in the membership contest recently
concluded.
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Freeburg ac
companied by Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Walli of Lacrosse were Kennewick
visitors Friday. Miss Ethel Free
burg accompanied them home where
'she spent the week-end.
Roy Winkenwerder, son of Mr.
and Mrs. C. F'. Winkenwerder of the
Garden Tracts, came down from
Yakima Tuesday with the degree
team which exemplified several de
grees at the Masonic Reunion.
Mrs. Howard Hinckley entertain
ed the Wednesday bridge club at her
home this week. High card honors
were won by Mrs. Frank Maupin,
second by Mrs. Gene Spaulding, low
by Mrs. Ed Crooks and traveling by
Mrs. Lawrence Scott.
Mrs. Don Coates was hostess to a
dessert luncheon Friday afternoon.
Three tables of bridge were in play
during the afternoon with Mrs. H.
D. Johnston receiving high honors,
Mrs. A. T. Belair second high and
‘ Mrs. Ace Purdy traveling prize.
E. J. Brand and C. L. Powell went 3
.to Prosser Tuesday to attend the
regular meeting of the community
club. They presented the plans for
the Kennewick Highline irrigation
project and were assured of hearty
support from the county seat resi
dents.
STANDARD LUMBER CO.
Phone 231 Kennewick
THE KENNEWICK (WASH.) COURIER-REPORTER
The Pink and Green club will meet
Thursday. February 22 at the home
.of Mrs. Dudley Beall with Mrs. P.
Wright and Mrs. Bob Schuster as
assisting hostesses.
Kilkare club met at the home of
Mrs. A. T. Belair this afternoon at
which time Mrs. Floyd Higley won
high honors and Mrs. T. B. Haus
child, second high.
The Kennewick bridge club metl
with Mrs. J. K. Bockius Wednesday
with three tables in play and hon
ors for the afternoon being received
by Mrs. E. C. Tweet. The next
meeting will be’held with Mrs. H.
S. Whitbeck on February 28.
As part of their charity work for
this year each girl of the Willing
Workers 4-H Club contributed
something in the way of vegetables,
meat, or fruit and put it all togeth
er and presented it .to a less fortu
nate family in the community. It
was very much appreciated by this
family.
Rev. and Mrs. H. Attenborough
and niece, Miss Winifred Rhodes of
Sandpoint. Idaho were Kennewick
visitors the first of the week. Rev.
Attenborough took part in the de
gree work (1 uring the Scottish Rite
Reunion held here Monday and
Tuesday. They were house guests of
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Ayers.
Mrs. A. C. Amon was assistant
hostess to the pinochle club Sun
day evening at the H. W. Whitte-i
more home on Kennewick Avenue. 1
Mrs. A. T. Belair served the reg
ular monthly dinner to the mem
bers of the Entre Nous card club
and their husbands Monday eve
ning. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Olson and
Mr. E. Behrman and Mrs. Ray Nor
mile held high scores.
The Willing Workers 4-‘l-1 club have
held several meetings this year.
Plans are being made for a program
to be presented at. the grange hall
sometime in March. Shirley Elder
gave a demonstration on how to
make muffins and served them as
I refreshments at the February 1
meeting. This group also met today‘
and enjoyed an exchange of valen-
The Willing Workers 4-H Club of
East Kennewick sponsored a bridal
shower for Miss Margaret Holden at
the home of Mrs. Frank Elder.
There were around 30 women and
girls present and Miss Holden re
ceived many lovely and useful gifts.
Each lady was given a slip of pa-l
per on which she wrote her favorite ‘
recipe any «household hints or sug
gestions of how to hold a husband.
These were given to Miss Holden to
read and keep for later use. The 4-H
girls entertained with songs while
the women were being served.
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KENNEWICK
Buy This Home
For the Rent You
Are Paying!
U U '
Why pay for a home you'll never
own? That’s what you're actually
doing as long as you pay rent.
Thewisethingtodoistoapply
these monthly payments on a
home of your own. You can do
just that under the m plan:
you merely make a lo penccnt
down payment and clear the bal
ance in monthly payments as low
as $25!
INVESTIGATE TODAY!
William Boyd, who as Hopalong
Cassidy. has the leading role in
“Range War." playing at the Roxy
Theatre Friday and Saturday.
Mrs. F. S. Jacobsen of Yakima
was a Kennewick visitor Tuesday
with her daughter Miss Mary Jacob
sen.
Grade School News
, All six grades of the Kennewick
elementary school had Valentine
panties in then- rooms. Gaily be
decked towns with valentine boxes
displaying hearts of all sizes con
tributed much to the spirit of Val
entine's Day,
I Miss Campbell's first grade made
jello for their party. Three com
mittees were chosen by the pupils.
Dickie Bolt. Janice Dundle and
Dorothy Stradling made the jello.
Joyce Brimm. Dora Jean Parks.
Marlene Elliott and Jacky Coats set
the tables. Jimmy Bocklus. Stanley
Neel. Budiv Spear and Evamarie
Durham were on the clean-up com- ‘
mittee. ‘
Miss Thole's third grade has been
very busy operating a Valentine
postoffice for the past week. 'lhe
postmasters have had much work to
do as children from all the grades
have been mailing their Valentines.
On Valentines Day the third grade
postmen delivered Valentines to
every room in the building as well
as to their own.
D O ‘
YOU
KNOW!
W 7
”WIMMMII.
Total registration of visitors in
Dry Falls State Park during 1939
was 150.112 individuals. As it is esti
mated that not to exceed 35 percent
of the people who actually visit the
park register there. those in charge
oftheStateParkclaimmorethan
400.000 visitors.
This they assert m the totalg
number of visitors to Coulee Dung
in 1939. although the number visit-'4
ing the dam is growing annually,
811 d Coulee dam rates higher uml
out-of-state visitors than any other|
attraction excepting Mount Ralnler.’
Over the Dry Falls. in Centnl
Milk 3.313555. 7c
Shurfine Peanut Butter, 2-pound jar . . . . . .3lc
Only Select Kernel Penn-u Used.
Shurfine RIPE OLIVES, med. size; pint . .19c
Shurfine FLOUR, 49-pound bag . . . . . . . .$1.49
Shurfine SALAD DRESSING, quart jar . .3lc
SUGAR, 10 pounds 56c
Shurfine ORANGE JUICE, IZ-oz. tin, 3 for 25¢
Shurfine CORN BEEF, IZ-ounce tin . . . . . .20c
Spry Shading, 3-lb. tin
VIKING COFFEE
Anumgodcofleeua
meal-mm
Pound . . . 19c
Lux Flakes lge. pkg. 22c
Energy Bleach 5.3"” 39c
QUALITY PRODUCE
APPLES, Winesaps, box ......69c
Red, firm.
GRAPEFRUIT, lg. size, doz. . .291:
APPLES, Winesaps, 10 lb. .....25c
CAULIFLOWER, firm, white . .151:
ORAN GES, Jumbo, Sunkist, doz. 35c
McDONALD'S GROCERY
Phone 32|
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them ready when you call.
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Wevery week. You can help us. When you kxmw an
Item of interest. tell us about it personally. or by phone—~—
we'll ' ‘cute 1:. Phone No. One-Dauble-One.
Washington. once roared a torrent
equal to fort Nag-res. Geologicany.
it is one of 13;;- outstanding wonders
of the continent. The dry falls is of
usyuccesstovtdtors.anda lec
ture:- is on duty to explain every-
Burns Snow Piie
’ Following the recent snow storm.
Brick Oliver had the stuff piled up
around his platform. He called the
printing office one morning and he
said he had some hot news and to
bring a comer: along. Sure enough.
we found a pile of snow burning!‘
'lhe flame and smoke didn‘t showl
up in the picture. but it made a]
novel idea to talk about. He didn't
toss gasoline on the pile. either. but
he did spill some carbide. which
with the moisture from the snow.
made 1 nice little blue.
NOTICE or CLOSING 6r
REGISTRATION BOOKS
‘Y-sl-- 1- 1.," u . ,
Notice is hereby given that the
Registration Books of all voting
precincts within the City of Kenne
wick will be closed against orig
inal registrations on the 15th day
01’ Nam. mo. that being the
1m day 01’ negistntion. and will re-
Notice
Filings for school board director will be ac
cepted by the Secretary of the school board, Mar
garet Reymore, office at the high school build
ing, up to and including February 20.
It is necessary to file to have the name ap
pear upon the ballot. School election will be on
Saturday, March 2, 1940.
Shurfine Gelatin DESSERT, 3 for .......l4c
ElmdaleMUß,49-poundbag ..........$1.19
Lux Flakes 1235' ICC
Tastewell CATSUP, IZ-ounce ...........10c
MSL§EAKS pound .......22c
Pork SAUSAGE, pound . . . . . . . .15c
M Ground
Leg of Lamb, pound ..........22c
PORfiTcl‘Eélfi pound ........15c
A Good Selection of Fish and Sea
Foods for the Lenten Season
Free Delivery 9:30 and 3:30
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main closed untll after the School
Election to be held on the 2nd day
of March. 1940. after which the
books will again be open.
WINIP'RED CAMPBELL.
2:1-15 City Clerk.
The troubio "with a lot or self
made men. they need their seam
taken In.
SPECIAL
Blue Plate Lunch
With Coffee
EVERY nu AT
25¢
Arrow Grill
ROLLER sxnmcfi
Every Night Except Mona” snd
2nd and «In Tuesday-
Kid: Sunday __attern_ogn pp to 12
years—2oc—Mults 36c
Wed. Evening. Mel 25c
Columbia Skating Rink
Over Wash. Hardware. Kennewick
Shurfim
Coffee
lb. 2563'
5
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