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w...“ Mrs. Clarence Olbrich
“I. maleton visitors Sunday.
10'- .nd Mrs. Waldo Richmond
I” Begum City visitors Sunday.
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no Altar Society will hold its‘
raw” meeting Sunday, June 2 .
I '1: gugghréprinchner. ’
' scopal Guild ‘
”a with Mrs. Geo. D. Petersmali:l
.wnW-‘I afternoon, June 6
m Margery Kregger and Mi
W Brown left Friday :3:
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what’s’oltgé illlmb an injurfadmkxgle:
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la Grandview, where .511:t wlfionday
he son and family, whose so Visjt
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meets at the home of he fend
m Louis Eichner r sxster,
ms. oene Rothrock
end In. P. K. Puma-111:0 3.23““
mWedneeday callers at th nton
um. and Mrs. A. 'r. Belalre home '
lira Glenna Nelson, who has 6
aching school at Finley the een
In. left Monday for Corvaliggms't
vii her brother and family to
$103595” Mary Everson and
derson, teachers at Re
all. were overnight guests ar-
EL. McCormick home Sat at the
Ray Bolt was able to retugday'
an week-end after being 3 mm
the Veterans hosp‘t patrent
Walla during‘ the pastl ral in Walla
The Baptist circle wiflw months'
My. June 6wi meet °n
th Mrs 0
Olson. The program ' '3'
noon will for the aft
8. be in charge of er- !
Hulet. Mrs. W.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Lodge and
“I. Hazel of Sunnyside were
Kennewick visitors Wednesday.
They were callers at the I. N. Muel
Hrs. Louis Champoux and three
children moved from Yakima last
Ink-end to Join Mr. Champoux
here. They are making their home
mDatestmet. .
County Assessor Ben Knox and
Oomty Treasurerer, Ray Gilcrest,
were u: Kennewick Monday on bus
iness. Dr. and Mrs. c. Brunn spent
My and Monday visiting with
friends at Yakima. and Ellensburg.
Bestes LG! Grocery
III: to sell at a price only.
lemo gassiarzssw bot. 160!
PALMOLIVE SOAP, top quality, 3 bars ......17c
HERSHEY’S COCOA, creamy rich, pound 15c
CATSUP, “Alameda,” 12-ounce, 2 for ....--..19c
SOAP, P & G, White naptha, 4 bars ....-...........15c
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spay Pgt§£lgegngrying 3 lbs’ 52c.
OLD DUTCH, Chases Dirt, 3 cans ---.-----.--..-.21c
DOG FOOD, Kennel Club, 5 cans .........25c
SALAD DRESSING, “Tasty,” quart ...-.lßc
EAS, SiZe 3 Magic Valley, 2 cans 25c
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_:IIGAR Figzhgfiggfilated :13. 569 23:23
GRAPEFRUIT JUICE, Reliance, 46-oz. .-..19c
KIDNEY BEANS, Reliance, 3 cans -..--......-25 C
JELLO, Six flavors, package ...-.50
'IQLRR LIDS, “Buy Your Needs Now, 3 doz. 29c
PRAGKERS sa 2 lb. 15.:
WAX PAPER, 125-foot box, each .....19c
GRAPEFRUIT, Re], No, 2 cans, 3 for W 370
I"RUIT COCKTAIL, Fargo, No. 1 can, each 10c
NOODLES, egg, rich, tender, package (....-...15c
8‘00" Egggrstc-Il'lerzflged lb- 19°
L ASTS. Shoulder, pound ”-16 c
pgfifia MEATS Amrted. pound ___2sc
OUITAEINKS “AWOUI‘S”. pound __..“23c
~ E CHEESE- RiCh, Creamy. pound ~.....10c
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JAMES $.12; 2 doz. 35c
GR UIT ‘ 29c
CABBAGE Giant 1.113%: my: _ gee
J GE- NOW. Local, pound__._.”_“”:_
ist Phone 251 For Free Dehvery
Mr. and Mrs. J“ n. summed were
business visipdrs 1n ‘Ponland .last
week-end. ' . , ' ' .
Members of the Altar Society
presented Mrs. Ralph Latham with
a farewell gut. Monday evening. Mr.
and Mrs. Lath’am left Tuesday for
their new home in Missouri. ' .
Miss Therese. Thole and Mrs.
Julia Hemenway left last week-end
for Glendale. California and vicin
ity, where they will spend the sum
mer. vacation visiting with rela
'Dr. H. N Harmon Is 0115ng 1113
dental Office on the second floorvbf.
.the American Security Bank Bldg.
above the Western Auto Supply 00.
store. -
Miss Evelyn Hoem was hostess to
an informal gathering of a few
friends at the J. E. Mulkey resi
dence Thursday evening, honoring
Miss Kathryn Brown, who was
presented a gift from the group.
Mrs. Robert Kelso and daughter,
Joyce, and Lawrence Hawkins of
Tacoma, arrived this evening to
spend the holiday week-end at the
home of their sister, Miss Margaret
Mrs. E. R. Coonley is spending this
week visiting with her sister, Mrs.
L. H. Raymond. She is enroute to
her home at Troy, Idaho from Cal
ifornia, where she has been visit
ing with her daughter. _ _
Mr. and Mrs. c o. Britton and
son Gerald accompanied by Miss
Dorothy Doyle drove to Wallowa
Lake Sunday. They visited with
Mrs. Britton’s aunt, Mrs. Belle Ger
man at Elgin and her uncle, Berkley
Candle at Lostime.
Week-end guests at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. John Elchner includ
ed, Ed Arqumtt and his sister, Mrs.
St. John of Tacoma and Mr. and
Mrs. Joe Slaughter of Sewttle. Mr.
Arquitt and Mrs. St. John are cou
sins of Mrs. Eichner.
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hinckley,
accompanied .by the Misses Ethel
Freeburg, Doris Bardwel-l and Ruth
Mueller, motored to LaCross, where
the ladies attended a trousseau
shower honoring Miss F‘reeburg on
Thursday evening. ‘
Mrs. W. H. Strickler, president of
the Benton County Women’s Re
publican Club; M. M. Moulton; Mrs.
Hazel Dong of Pasco and Mrs. Bas
tien of Prosser were among those
attending the state Republican con
vention which was held in Tacoma
last week-end. 7 7 _
W. F. Rosswog, Seattle, father of
Mrs. Penny Ferrell, is spending a
few weeks with his daughter. The
Ferrells and Mr. Rosswog are mak
ing a visit to Penman Saturday
and Sunday, where they will visit
Bill Ferrell and family, and where
they will celebrate the occasion by
having pictures taken of four gen
erations. .
The district superintendents of
the P. P. 8:. L. company held a con
ference in Kennewick today for the
purpose of outlining district mat
ters during the absence of J. H.
Siegfried, who will make an extend
ed vacation in the east. The sup
erintendents present included: J. B.
Bates, Yakima; Harvey Miner, Pas
co; J. W. Childers, Walla Walla;
Wayne Wegner, Enterprise and
George Sherman of Bend, Oregon
m mun-max. .(WABHJ comma-am -
-Mr. and Mrs Ray Wilson and
family left Sunday for Winona,
'where‘ they will make their home.
Mr. Wilson is the new agent for
the Union ' Pacific there. Ben
Thrasner of Benton City Will be the
operator. taking Mr. Wilson’s place
in the Kennewick depot. .
.P. E. .0. chapter met Tuesday
evening at the home of Mrs. E. C.
‘Tweet with Mrs. T. C. Browne as
.the hostess. A business meeting
preceded the social hour. The next
meeting will be the annual picnic,
which will be held in June at the
home of Mrs. H. P. Cranmer.
Mrs M. M. Moulton, Mrs. Charles
Powell and Mrs. L. E. Johnson were
00-hostesses to a dessert bridge
luncheon at the Moulton home on
Tuesday afternoon. There were ten
tables of bridge in play. Mrs. Ed
Crooks and Mrs. M. G. Helm re
ceived honors for the afternoon.
The. American Legion and Aux
iliary is very grateful indeed to the
Kennewick community for their
generous support in their annual
Poppy day contributions, the ’money
being used in local child welfare and .
rehabilitation work for the veter-‘
ans in the hospital at Walla Walla. ;
Mr. and Mrs. Ross Clark and
daughter, Camille of Seattle, were‘
Saturday callers at the home of Mrs. ‘
H. E. Huntington. They were en-‘
route on a vacation trip to Utah,
returning by way of Montana. Mrs.
Clark will be remembered as Miss
Mildred Tash, a former high school
teacher here.
O. E. 3. chapter will hold its reg
ular business meeting Tuesday eve
ning which will be followed by a
social hour at the hall. This will be
the last meeting [before the summer
vacation. The Eastern 8% hus
bands and visitors are in dto
attend this sociaf hour with a good
time guaranteed.
Mrs. C. A. Carpenter left Tuesday
for Vancouver, having been called
there by the death of her daughter,
Mrs Marguerite Anderson. Mr.
Carpenter, accompanied by Mr. and
Mrs. Art Carpenter, motored to
Vancouver Wednesday morning to
attend the funeral, which was held
in the afternoon.
The cedar chest sponsored by the
American Legion Auxiliary. com
posed of a cedar chest as first prize,
a quilt as second prize and eight
more prizes, will be given away dur
ing a public card party held at the
local Legion hall Wednesday, June
12. The chest, contents and other
prizes, will be on display in a local
store window Thursday.
Miss Kathryn Brown spent the
week-end at her home in Seattle,
having acompanied Miss Evelyn
Hoem and Charles Asbury, who went
to their respective homes at Sno
homish and Puya‘llup. Miss Brown
returned the first of the week to
finish her work in the Home Eco
nomics department. She will teach
next year at Sedro-Wooley. During
her stay here she is the house guest
of Miss Margaret Hawkins. ,
A daily vacation Bible school is
being held this week and next at
the Methodist church in the mom
ings. There are classes for begin
ners, primary and Junior ages, with
twenty-eight children being enrolled
so far this week. The instructors at
the school include, Mrs. R. L. La
Mott, Mrs Larry Oliver, Mrs. T. W.
Payne, Mrs. John Rauscher, Miss
Ruth Mueller, , Mrs. Warde Meya',
Alberta, Margery and Paul LmMott.
The Walther League of the Beth
lehem Lutheran church celebrated
its 47th anniversary Sunday night.
The social was also honoring the
newly confirmed members of the
church.‘~ A banquet was served with
Mrs. Edwin Dammeier, a charter
member, as toastmistress. Talks
were given by Lorenz Neuman,
president of the league; Caroline
Kauth, Rev. M. C. Knuth, Mrs. Al
Zamdt and John Neuman. Games
were enjoyed on the church lawn,
following the speaking.
World's Fairs
in best Coaches
in Standard
Sleeping Cars
$45 In» um
33‘.“ W m
Spokane, Portland ‘8: Seattle Railway
Throuthat the summer and early autumn, the
Spokane, Portland & Seattle Railway has in
effect very attractive excursion fares for trips
to Chicago, New York, Boston, Cincinnati, -
Detroit, Kansas City, New Orleans, Philadel
phia, St. Louis, St. Paul, Minneapolis, Toronto,
Washington and many other points in eastern
states and provinces.
F are: differ with accommodation: and service
desired, allowing exerciso of dictinctoconorniol.
Ticket: otter selection of difioront routes, hm
ous trains and services going and returning,
with stopovers and long return limits.
All tickets hcfinred on these Premier Trajan
' Empire Builder via Great Northern Ry.
North Coast Limited via Northern Pacific Ry.
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Air-Condifioned Cémfofl, Pleasure and Economics on
Swans Train Trips
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L. MINTON, Agent,
Ray and,l.orene Normile left the
last of the week {organ Francisco,
where they'wil ltake in the fair be
:ore returning north where Mr. Nor
mile will continue his studies. Miss
Ethel Preeburg accompanied them
and will spend a vacation visiting in
Califomia cities.
Viners Installed For
‘ Pea Harvest Near B. C.
BENTON ClTY—Harvesting op
erations began Saturday of the first
early pea crop to be grown in this
section. Ben Hershey of the Her
shey Packing Corporation of Seat
tle has been here with Pat Gar
raghgan, field manager, to supervise
the vining operations which began
on the Don Kerr tract. Approxi
mately 70 acres are being grown in
the Benton City district this year.
According to Hershey. the green pea
tonnage here is very promising and
the yield as well as the quality is
expected to exceed that of the same
pea varieties grown on the coast.
Two viners have been set up and
the peas are «being frozen at the
freezing tunnel at the Big Y in
Mrs. Noble Yohnka and daugh
ter, Evelyn of Sprague came Sat
urday to visit her parents. Mr. and
Mrs. Robert Richmond and her
sister, Mrs. Elmer Adams. They
plan to work in the cherries.
Wallace Kennett left Sunday for
Heppner, Oregon, where he has em
ployment in a lumber mill.
Mrs. Ellen Ralph and daughter,
Mrs. Maurice Stall of Prosser, at
tended the eighth grade gradua
tion exercise Thursday evening. _
Mrs. Malcolm Kerr and daugh
ters, Catherine and Marilyn. are
staying at the W C. Moore home
helping care for Mrs. Kerr’s moth
er, who is 111.
Mrs. W. A. DeGood returned on
Saturday night from Beetle, after a
few days’ visit at the home of her
son, Bruce De Good and family.
enroute home from the tuberculosis
convention in Everett.
Englneet Drowns
Ralph Towne of Tacoma, PUD en
gineer, who was drowned Friday
evening in the Methow river at
Winthrop when a canoe overturned
in which he and another engineer
were riding, raided here with the
John Whitehead family during the
construction of the Benton County
Rural Electrification lines.
Mrs. Maude Young, Mr. and Mrs.
Allison Stubblefield and children or
Stites, Idaho came Friday evening
for a few days’ visit at the homes
of Mrs. Young's brothers, Claude,
Floyd, Oral and Carl Montgomery
and her sister, Mrs. Earl Moore.
They left Monday for their home.
Mr. and Mrs. Horace Dimmick
were in Kennewick Sunday to at
tend the funeral services for Mrs.
Roy Larkin.
Ernest Ross returned Sunday
from Spokane, where he is a stu
dent iat the Pilgrim Holiness Bible
schoo .
The Benton City baseball team
played at Grandview Sunday and
won 6 to 5 in a ten-inning game.
They play at Sunnyside next Sun
John Molinder of Kennewick and
Bert Molinder of Post Falls, Idaho
were Sunday visitors here. The
Molinder family are former Ben
ton City residents.
Attends 'r. is. Convention
Mrs. Mary E. Brooks returned on
Monday from a. week’s vacation trip.
She attended the State mbercu
losis Association convention at
Everett and enroute home visited
Mrs. Clyde Van Hoosier (Virgie
Hatfield) at Ellensburg and Mrs. B.
F. Kumler and Mrs. Sue Dreher‘ in
Yakima. Mrs. Kumler and Mr. and
Mrs. Victor Burlingame and son,
Billie, brought Mrs. Brooks home
and were her Monday evening din
ner guests.
_Mr. and 1113,51 Moran and sons
Jack and Jimmy of Kermiston. Ore
son. were Sunday sums of Mrs.
Moran's sister. Ml 3. Oral Mont
4 Plan Mm Setvlce-
Community Club Monday evening.
plans were made to hold the cuso
tomary Memorial services at the
mergreen cemetery 'niuraday mom
ing at 10 o'clock. The Rev. C. W.
Geiszler will give the address and
of the local Boy Scout troop.
After the Community Club meet
ing. the club members. their wives
and friends had a mulligan stew
prepared by Bob Mathews and Loren
Besse at the new park site.
Miss Mary Warner underwent an
appendectomy Monday afternoon
at the Pasco hospital. Her mother.
Mrs. Marion Warner. is staying with
her sister, Mrs. Wallace Preston. in
Kennewick for a few days.
Baseball Manager, George Reed
and several of his bail players at
tended the Yakima-Wenatchee
game Monday evening in Yakima as
guests of the Yakima ball club;
Wallace Roop is ill at his home.
Mrs. Roy Thompson and son of
Annoucement . . . . .
Dr. H. N. Harmon
‘ Dentist
is opening an office in the
American Security Bank Bldg.
4 Wash. St. Above We stern‘Auto Supply Store
Office Hours: 9to 12; lto 5
Evenings by Appointment.
Shurfine Pineapple, B—ounee tin,2 for . .. . . .l7c
5112:3125 Tomato Jmce, 15-oz. till, 3 for. 23¢
Sugar, cloth bag, 10 ppunds . 56c
TastewellCorn,2tins L2sc
Shurfine MILK,3 cansfor . . 20c
mum—mn- '
Tastewell Pork & Beans, lfi-oz. tin, 4 for . .25c.
. ”Waited—“fin
‘CE'RTO, 8-oz. bottles, 3 for . 48c
ShurfineFruitPectin ................10c
SALAD DRESSING qt. int 29:
Cabbage, local, pound ..........2c
Carrots, bunch 5c
Oranges, med. size Sunkist, doz. 23c
Phone 321 *
Will Save You Money
The earlier we receive your orders, the better
attention we can give them.
Orders for delivery must be received before 11:30 am.
‘ WE WANT to fill this use with 3006130-! Items
2 every week. You on help I. When you know, an
Item 0! 1w toll 11l about it git-sonny. ot‘fiy ph'olev
we'll " «clue In, Phonq lie. 0 {bugle-om. " .'
Macaw. Idaho came satin-an to
visit Mrs. W's magma
and urn. Ed Km -‘ ‘
The bridge club luncheon meet
ing to have been My with Mrs.
W. o. Muldrow in Kennewick was
postponed because of flu. Mul
drow's illness. The next meeting
will be June 11 with ure. 1". 8. Hed
It sounds like a. clean sweep in
Kennewick laden when a bum
iar empties the cash register and
Like Snow
the coldest drink in
5c - 10 c
Arrow Grill
Our New
Link Sausage, our on make, lb. 19c
BabyßeefStakgpound .......29c
Pork Roasts, center cutst. ....ll“
HeavyßedFryel-5,1b.......... 28c
Morrell’s Sliced Bacon, lh .....25~
Cottage Cheese a dlme all the tin:
' we w; til-expat font; sincere
thanks for the Mf kihdiiellu
shown by our friends m our
recent bennvenlent. We especially
wish to thank the Rebekah lodge
for their services. ‘
Roy and Donald Lamn.
Mr. and Mn. Lyle Bimmelink.
m. and Mrs. Albert Bearer.
* Mr. and lira. 8. N. Mum.
an. end Mrs. J. C. Dennis '
New Line of
DeSota Ice Cream
and Bars
Special Low Prices on
all Drug Store Mer
Golf Clubs and
Vibber-Gif ford
Drug Co.
Phone 721 - Kennewick
pound . . 23c
Viking COFFEE, lb. 19c
El Camino Coffee,
2pounds ..........25c
. Shurfine.
49-lb. bag . $1.49
4941.. has ........$1.19
QuartJur .........39c
Kennewick, Wasl'

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