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The Kennewick courier-reporter. [volume] (Kennewick, Wash.) 1939-1949, June 06, 1940, Image 8

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New Church Will
Replace Old Building
RICHLAND— The old Advocate
building on main street, one of
Richland's old land marks has been
torn down this week. The lumber
has been purchased by the members
of the Pentecostal church and they
will erect a church in Richland.
Mrs. Middleton, Mr_ and Mrs. Lyle
Woody and children of Connell vis
ited at the home of Mrs. Middleton’s
daughter, Mrs. Ed Roberts last week
end.
The Richland cherry growers
started Tuesday harvesting their
crop of _bings.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred White of Ewan
are visiting at the home of Mrs.
White’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ken
neston.
Thursday afternoon Mrs. E. G.
Copeland honored Mrs. Wayne Nor
vell with a stork shower. There were
about thirty ladies present. Delicious
refreshments were served by the
hostess.
Mrs. Harlan Burgen, who has
been visiting in Camas, returned to
her home Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. Glen Copeland and
daughters of Grandview and Mrs.
Hickenbottem and two children of
Bunnyside were visitors this week
at the home of their parents, Mr.
and Mrs. E. G. Copeland.
Mr. and Mrs. George Berry of
Mid West, Wyoming are visiting at
R “W‘
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New Furniture for the Bride’s New Home
Lovely~ suites for the bride’s new
home offered at thrilling prices . . .
you can now afford the best and still
Living
Room
. Suites
Never before have you been able to buy such a beautiful living
room suite for so low a price! This is our “June Brides’ Spec
ial" and we urge you to inspect it! A fine sturdy frame, beau
tiful covers and best workmanship—the result is a. two-piece
suite you will be proud of for years to come!
See this Good Looking Eight Piece
Dining
Suite
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It includes extension table, host
chair, five side chairs and buffet.
All pieces in beautiful veneers. A
very smart suite, low in price!
Be sure to see these beautiful suites-before you buy. This is
quality merchandise at sales prices.
Wash. Hardware &F umiture Co
the Sam Supplee home. Mrs. Ran
dell Smlth of Klamath Falls. Ore
gon. spent the week-end visiting
her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Berry at
the Supplee home.
Mrs. Harry W~ tson and daughter,
Rose Mary of Medical Lake are vis
iting at the home of Mrs. Watson's
cousin, Mrs. Harlan Muncey.‘ _
Mrs Earle Jones attended a
dessert bridge luncheon at the home
of Mrs. M. M. Moulton Saturday
afternoon. ‘
Canal Clean-Up
The water in the Richland Ir
rigation canals was turned off June
4 for three days. during which time
the canals will be cleaned out.
Kathleen Muncey returned Tues
day from Ellensburg, where she has
been attending C.W.C.E.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Purschwitz,
jr. and two sons of Pendleton. Ore
gon visited this week at the Arthur
Purschwitz and J. E. Mowery homes.
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Pettit and
family of Benton are visiting in
Richland. The Pettit’s are former
Richland residents. Mr Pettit was
ditch rider for the Richland Irriga
tion Co. for several years.
Hazel Grigsby of White Bluffs
visited Saturday at the R. R. Mc-
Intosh home.
Mr. and Mrs. E. Jones and daugh
ter and Miss Marguerite Jones of
DuPont visited this week at the
home of their brother. Earle Jones.
Alaska Visitors Here
Mr. and Mrs. Puett and infant
daughter of Alaska are visiting at.
the home of Mrs. Puett’s parents
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not feel extravagant .. . in fact—
GOOD furniture is the cheapest in
the long run! 7
H ere’s a Mighty
Pretty Bed Room
Suite at only
$49.00
Consisting of bed, dresser and either van
ity or chest of drawers. A modern style
suite priced right down to earth! We
recommend it highly.
_'I'HE KENNEWICK. (WASH) conga-Wm
Mr. and Mrs. George Tuttle. Mr.
and Mrs. Tuttle have been teach
ing school in Alaska for the past
several years. They will not re
turn to Alaska for a year.
Mrs B. s. Grosscup of Seattle is
visiting at the home of her son and
daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Thad
Grosscup. -'
Margaret Schuster of White Bluffs
is visiting at the home of her aunt,
Mrs. George Grass.
The Richland Woman’s Club
sponsored a cooking demonstration
given by Miss Massie of the Pacific
Power & Light company Thursday
afternoon at the club rooms.
Fern George. 3 student nurse at
the Pasco hospital spent Saturday
evening visiting relatives in Rich
land.
Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Stockman of
Helix, Oxegon visited at the Hamid
Copeland home last week. Mrs. Al
len Leake and sons of Helix, Ore
gon were also guests at the Harold
Copeland home last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Thompson
and Miss Hazel Nelson of Yakima
spent Sunday visiting at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Vic Nelson
CARD 0!“ THANKS
We wish to express our appreci
ation for the beautiful floral offer
ings and other expressions of sym
pathy at the time of our recent be
reavement.
Les Anderson,
Mr. and Mrs. C A. Carpenter
and family.
Red Cross List
C. Durocher ”W 354”
Ponyana -an
Beste's Grocery ..«_._.___..3250
Harper’s Barber Shop __-;an
M. 8: C. Sweet Shop ...—.....8250
m McClure “.._.”.smo
Prank Maupin --.----_...__.._....-81.00
McDonald’s Grocery __._-.ssm
Gascolgne a; nye ”-3590
Kennewick Club .-.—_._...3250
Moulton & Powell ...m...55 00
Strickler Motor Co. m-. 52.50
Oliver’s Barber Shop ___"---M- SI.OO
Ferrell Transfer .--.----s___3l.oo
Martin's Barber Shop __.....51.00
Raymond's -----.-.-_..._.._....._.._.51.00
Turners’ Pastime ”--_....43200
E. C. Smith ..-_-."-“..._.....__a-.51.00
Roxy Theatre ---__r_-.._...__-.5z.00
E. s. Black __-_.--M-_-_-_-.81.25
M. G. Clark M._--.---.--_,..._..81.25
Mr. Gilbert --_.---__...__.51.25
Mr. Rogers _._.__.._____.Bl 25
1 City Dray Line --_.---M.” $2.00
‘ Mrs. W. J. Barnes .......--...-._.31.00
Cons. Frtwys. Employees ”$5.00;
Dr. Brunn __-_w_._-.-.-__-___...-.52.00
Total sent to Yakima ___.-326250
Dear Mr Peters:
I am enclosing receipt. covering
Kennewick’s contributions to our
War Relief Fund. totalling $252.50.
Your community is the first to
over subscribe its quota and you can
well be proud of the work you have
done in completing such a success
ful campaign. We regret that cir
cmnstances are such that it has
been necessary to increase all quotas
altho we feel sure we will be able
to raise the full amount assigned to
us. 1
I have written Mr. Purdy advis
ing him of his election to the Board
of Directors and I am also send-ing
him some publicity material which
he may wish to use in continuing
the campaign.
Receipt
June 1. 1940.
Received from George D. Peters,
Two Hundred Fifty-Two and 50-
100 Dollars, for War Relief Fund,
Kennewick
Kathryn Jacobson, Secy.
700 Boxes Cherries
Roll Out First Day
BENTON ClTY—Packing of the
bing cherry crop started Monday at
the Yakima Fruit Growers associa
tion warehouse. Packing facilities
have been enlarged to accomodate
9o packers and sorters at the peak
of the pack-out. Over 700 boxes of
packed cherries were sent out Mon
day night and the output has in
creased each day. Growers who
started picking Monday were Her
man Smith, N. I’. Peterson. A. E.
Scott and William Hoeltke. George
Morton picked some Saturday and
the remaining growers started on
Wednesday. Richey and Gilbert
company of Yakima have contract
ed some of the cherry crop. There
is a heavy crop of all soft fruits in
this district.
The harvesting of the green peas
which has proved a very satisfactory
crop was completed Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Russell Field left
Monday for Kennewick. where they
are employed at the Big Y during
the cherry season. Their daugh
ter. Beverly Jeanne, is staying with
her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. P.
Van DeVenter, during her parent’s
absence
Lloyd Peckenpaugh and son Chas.
returned Wednesday from Brewster.
Charles left Monday for Brewster to
bring his father home for medical
treatment. Peckenpaugh has spent
several weeks with his daughter,
Mrs. Jacob Fries.
Ben F. Thrasher left Monday for
Kennewick. where, he is an opera
tor at the Union Pacific depot and
where his family reside. Thrasher
has been the U. P. station agent;
here two years. Allen Ross of Spo
kane is relief agent at the local de- l
pot. .
Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Nelson left
Sunday for Mam. where Nelson
has orchard employment with the
Earl Fruit 00. .
Mrs. Irvin Orcubt of Prosser is
packing cherries at the Big Y. Mrs.
C. D. Van De Venter 0! Yakima.
also a former reorient, is packing at
the Big Y and staying at the Harry
Kendall home.
Earl Kossman of the Goldendale
OGC camp returned last week-end
He is home on work leave.
Nita Church and Esther Morin
are 111 at their homes with the
measles.
Receives Degree
Glen Hantman received his 3. A
degree in Education from the Gen
tral Washington College of Educa
tion in Ellenshurg Wednesday
moi-hing at the commencement eg
ercises. Hewillteachnutyearin
the Outlook school. Glen and his
sister. Miss Margaret Hartman.
teacher in the Washington school in
Ellensburg, came Wednesday after
noon to spend their summer vaca
tion with their parents. Mr. and
Mrs. I. M. Hartman.
Miss Pegsfiéifiht or Wamto is
a house guest of Miss Connie Car
penter“ .
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Calvin of El
dorado. Kansas were week-end
guests or Mr. and Mrs. J. £l.an
at the Rattlesnake gas field. The
Calvins are teachers in the Greely.
Colorado school and are on their
honeymoon trip.
Mrs Earl Cobb of Kiona return
ed Sunday from a several days fish
ing trip in the Cascade mountains
with Mrs. Nettle Schlade of Yakima.
Mrs. Cobb spent Wednesday with
her daughter. Mrs. William Ferrell
in Pendleton.
Mr. and Mrs. Russell Grover and
daughter. Shirley and Fay, return
ed Sunday from a, five day trip to
points in Oregon. At Albany they
visited Mrs. Grover’s sister and
with cousins of Mrs. Grover’s at
Eugene and Corvallis.
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Rowley of Xl
ona went to Pullman Sunday to at
tend the graduation of their daugh
ter, Celia, from W. S. C. They re
turned Monday evenlng, accom
panied by Celia.
Mr. aéd'fiE Frank Decker of
Kiona were Bickleton visitors on
swam-
Misses Mildred and Grace Crou
shaw of Wenetohee came Sunday to
spend this week with their grand
parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. De
Field.
Benton City friends received
word Wednesday at the deeth on
Saturday of A. I". Briehols at Baker.
Oregon. 'the 3m family left
hereayearagofornnkerheceuee
of Mr. Brlshols’ ill health. They
owned a ranch now oecwled by the
Fred Batman family the two yum
they resided here. anneal cervical
and burial was at Baker.
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Mrs. Marlon Wamer and daugh
ter. Mary. returned home Wednes
day. Mary has been a patient at
the Pasco hospital. where she un
derwent an appendectomy and Mrs.
Warner stayed at the home of her
sister. Mrs. Wallace Preston at Ken
newick.
Robert Pelly was a brief Benton
City ‘visitor Wednesday enroute to
Spokane from Washougal and Port
land, where he has been visiting
the past week. He will enroll at
Cheney normal for summer school
Mrs. A. L. Henson. local Red Cmss
representative. reports she has sent
in the full amount of the quota.
$40.00. asked from this community
for the first drive for war sufferers.
However, additional funds are being
asked by the Red Cross.
Paul Lalka Jr.. of the Goldendnle‘
CCC camp is visiting this week at
his home. ‘
The executlve of the Benton
County Tuberculosis League met
Tuesday afternoon at the home of
Mrs. M. W. Roop.
M. W Hoop and son. Wallace.
drove to Ellensburg Tuesday and
brought Wilfred Roop and Mary
Alle, students at the Central Wash-
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COMPARE 0U R
GUARANTEED M EAT;
MW 431 S’WMS‘ dsdue ”lam _
Meat Prices for 6 Days—Subject to Market
Lean Back Bacon (Swift), lb. 15c
Pure Lard (Sheaf Brand), 4 lb. 29c
Beef Roasts (choice cuts), lb. 21c
Pork Roasts
macaw-cm
BaconSquares,pound 7c
Vea15teak5,p0und.......................21c
PorkChops,lean,pound 19c
Lambßoast, shbulder, pound .............l9c
Porkswahleamtendermound ...........15c
LambChops,choice,‘pound ................25c
Morrell’s Rindless Sliced Bacon, pound .. . . . .23c
WhiteCloudShorteningApounds .........35c
Cottage Cheese, fresh, pound .............10c
MlLK,quart. . . . . 11c
BUTTER, pound . . 35c
CHEESE, pound . . 17c
PalmoliveSOAP,3bars 17c
PlayFairDOGFOOD,4tins ...........l9c
Kraft DINNERS llc
SunbriteCLEANSEß,3for ............l4c
Quaker.PUFFED WHEAT, ............-8c
Ivory Soap, large but 9c
LUX FLAKES, large package .....;...-.22c
Jergen’sTOlLETSOAP,bar ._............4c
REDUCED
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6%?ng :j/
40 £05.60 WATTQ
flaw- I Be
ONLY
lsclb.
Dairy Products Month
mm College of Education. to
then-homes.
sun-ley and N mover. dem
ten 0! an. and flu. Runnell Grov
er. ere min: with their need
mother. In. manic Grover. 1n
Pruner, while their mother a peck
lnz chm.
' Retold Green returned Tuesday
tram Wahkucue. where he hu been
employed two months.
Mr. and Mn. 1!. W. 3009 and
son. John. left Thursday (or u (cw
deys' vlel: with Mrs. Roop's par
ents. Mr. end ure. Appleman, in
Portland.
JIMMY OLIVER
Despite the fact thot Jimmy's the
yolmgest candid-1e tn the Courier-
Reporter camp-Jan. he's one of the
mouse» contender: for top honors.
’lhhelpflmmypmvetlut lacuna
mum of ability—and he's cer
tunly been moving Hy him
your museum before 9 o'clock
Saturday night. You will love
money. too.
Picnics
Meghan
13clb.
Heinz Baby Food, 3 tins . . . 3
White Magic'Bleach, qt. 10c £311"
Harvest Blossom Flour, 49-lb. 51-”
Edwards Coffee, lb. 21c; 2 lb. 41‘
Marshmallows, 1 lb. cellophane 1*
Argo Tomatoes, 2% tins, each - 1*;
Karo, light or dark, 5-lb. tin . #
Texine Grapefruit Juice, 46-0!- 13:
Maximum Pancake Flour, 2% "l 1“
Sperry’s Wheaties, 2 packasflfi
Thursday. June 0. 19a
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daughter at u: in It:
Estes. of the low.
and Eugene W. Minn, M
Cora Mann. of PM .
ed in marriage at a 3 0':
many. Sunday. In, a
Grace Baptist church a. ‘
ln the presence of m 3‘
‘tlves and frlends.
Ushers for the 0%
Charles Estes and an N
The bride's anew ~
slster. Mlss Eva m. "
man was Rlchard M“
Portland. The bride we.“
m marriage by her I“
Estes.
Miss Dorothy mg. ~ ”
canse." and “Oh Prom“
companied by Miss M‘.
the piano. ‘
The bride was stung];
chmon. floor length m&‘
ried a nosegay of White m.
and pink roses. While the
meld wore a pink m., .3
trlmlng and curled u
peas and roses.
Following the cam
tion was held When t:
friends extended
and were served loe m
The honor couple were :
ents of many human
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Your
Money-Saving
Cash Grocer
PRICES
6-DAY SAIE
Friday Thru SM
JUNE 7-13 J
PRODUCE
New Spuds 25:
Local grown—lo numb
agents, Turnip 10c
9212.993“ 1*
Cucumbers 10:
Large file
.EOlSatoes 25t
513%.; 5‘
figaragus 15c
Bananas 1*
Golden ripe—3 MID
gpmls fl:
Airway COM
2 pounds . . 25:
3 pounds . . £53
FLAVORADE
A fine fruit can: '
3 packages .1!
CANDY BA‘RS
3form. . . .1!
Cascade Breach!
Rich and M
Quart jar . . 1*
”Frencamaeefll
8 ounce bottle 1“

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