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EITTLE STORIES OF THE WEEK In!!!“ whO‘haS been ill is re- Fwd ‘8 mm better. I W WW, W. S. Washburn d”ya-amending the week on a. W“- , - ' ‘ I” wrath! Lxson of Seattle is ﬂag this week with friends and M" d aviation at Pendleton W with home folks over Sun- 0:!” ﬂuids returned from the J‘ sand”: where he spent his Wm Halverson is visiting ,ﬁmne of her parents, Mr. and ”as ' TW dt 01 r M meson, Bob ee , a 0M“ and Herbert Lenz spent Wat Tolleate. . I! ma Mrs. Julius Jensen of all! Walla visited with Mrs. Payne “ﬁrst of the week. w Kennewick Needle club will :65 m the city park Friday, Aug ‘ mm at two o’clock. In and Mrs. Frank Maupin and ”left the first of the week for “an“; on the coast. menerS- Emil Behrman spent W with Mrs. Behrman’s par ” in Grandview. . we Etickler of Yakima is vis mat the home of her grandpar w in the Garden Tracts. 113- Joe Allen of Yakima visited in! my mother, Mrs. Elsie Walters gone day this week. It. and Mrs. Roger Records spent my visiting Mr. Record’s moth am mm! organ- ' m Needle Work club will hold no hostess meeting in the city ,3 way, AuEuSt 16th. ‘ In, my Doidge and son,. Ray “do! mains, visited at the F. nigger home last week. it. and Mrs. W. S. Green and m, Billy, are business visitors in ma Walla today (Thursday) ’ It. and Mrs. Alvin Cheney re med the last of the week from "nation spent at Sunrise park. ‘Mußetty Frisbee of Tacoma is rating at the home of her aunt Ind uncle, Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Visger. Mrs. M. S. Kinkaid visited in m the ﬁrst of the week with muster-mm, Mrs. C. 8. Jacob ll. Ray Hardin, whor isigjziggnding the Doi'othy and Lois maley are at Mme. Del'othy from Ellensburg Illinois back from the fair at San hm. Ir. and Mrs. Rolland Franks and children renamed the first of the mi from a. vacation spent in Mind. Several carloads of Eastern Stars II! moons enjoyed the Star and Mic picnic in Pasco Wednes tycvening. , The ﬁrst division of the Metho dist ladies’ aid is planning for a mac sale to be held Saturday, Slumber 7. i Bestes 76: Grocery Quality Foods of All Kinds with SERVICE that Really Proves; You Can Do Best at BESTES. SPECIALS FOR FRI. AND SAT., August 16-17 romv ‘ wilfﬁisgiﬁee 3 lb 490 PORK & BEANS, Van Camp’s 20 oz., 3 éans 29c Arm & Hammer Soda, the standard, 3' for 25c Pineapple JUICE, Doles 1, 46-02. can . . . .....28c SHREDDED WHEAT, N.B.C. original, 3,29 c ' L'bb ’ Pineapple 11-0; Eaﬁrfiﬁ‘ed 2 for 25¢ P& G SOAP, giant bars, 4 for 15C PEETS WASH POWDER, large size pkg. ----25 c TOWELS, smooth paper, 3 rolls 25c TISSUE, Dawn, tOp quality, 3 rolls -----..----.-..-19c If Bl C III: Coffee 1331.383; lb. 226 gggg1agih5‘fap0rt,3can5................................25c “1491331353,? 14-oz. bottle, 2 for 27c "CKLES full NG, Tang, quart 29c _ ’ 32-ounce quart sweets, each 25c 3 c 1 th B ugar uﬁmuag 10 lbs. 57c FL v 1 sifgﬁ‘zYehilssf’kjated, bulk, gallon 98c PANCAKE FLdU: Sockey.e, L“). can 29c CAKEFLOUR C ,Cenfenmal, 9.9 pounds 58c .\ ’ -9ntenn1a.1,pa.ckage..........................220 Pawn CW . lb. 19: ....290 mn’lml‘e.4-pound package 210 POT ROAST. choice steer beef, pound .2“ WINES. quality beef, pound ”......236 FRES}! SALMON on HALIBUT, pound ¥ PHONE 251 AND LISTEN FOR Us. WE’LL BE ON OUR WAY Mildred Bergen is vistng her parents on the Rver'Road'for a few days. She was a Walla Walla‘ visit or this week. ' Mr. and Mrs. Bill Bergen of Seatme are visiting home folks again this week. They expect to drive home Sunday. , , ‘ Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Linn went to Seattle yesterday on a buying trip for the hardware store. ' They" re turned this noon. - 7 Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Turner and Alice Lindskog left Tuesday morn ing for Seattle and coast points for a few days’ vacation. Waldo Richmond and Louis Champeaux celebrated their birth days at the Champeaux home in Pasco Sunday, August 11. The Misses Minnie and Hulda. Reese, Alma Lenz and Margaret Hawkins. spent Sunday at Bingham Springs and Pendleton. . The Christian church and Sun day school will hold their annual picnic in the park next Sunday, August 18, after services. Dr. A. H. Wegner is visiting in Portland this week. Mrs.- Wagner, who is in a hospital there is re ported as improving in health. Mrs. Frank Green entertained on Wednesday afternoon in honor of Mrs. Arthur Wheaton of .Seattle, who is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Williams. Mr. and Mrs. Wheaton of Seat tle left, for their home Thursday morning. They spent two days visiting with Mrs. Wheaton’s par ents. Mr. and Mrs. O. T. Staley and son Dean visited relatives in Libby, Montana last week-end. On the way home they visited friends in Spo kane. W. R. GravenSlund returned Mon day from a buying trip to Portland. Mrs. Gravenslund accompanied him and helped select many of the items for fall. " Mr. and Mrs. Lane K. Larson spent Sunday in Plymouth, where they looked for and found many in teresting stones carved by the In dians. The ladies of the Christian church gave a. miscellaneous shower in honor of Mrs. Rex last Wedneseday afternoon at the Carpenter home in the Garden Tracts. Last Friday, August 9, being Mrs. Wysong’s birthday seven friends called and spent the afternoon with her. During the afternoon the birthday cake, which the friends brought with them, was cut and enjoyed. The Reed family is leaving tomor row for Seattle to attend the wed ding od' Mrs. Reed’s nephew, Gene Shanafelt, which will take place on Saturday afternoon. Miss Dorothy Liston, who is a house guest at the Reed home will accompany them back to Seattle. THE KENNEWICK. (WASH.) comm—ngnn Mr. and Mrs. Joe 'Alexander of Mullan, Idaho, are visiting at the Pardini home, and plan to ‘spend the winter here. Mr. and Mrs. George Rasa of Michigan spent several days at the home of Mrs. Harriet Allison on a. vacation trip through the Middle West ,and Pacific Coast cities. ' Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Wheaton of Seattle are visiting at the home of Mrs. Wheaton’s parents, Mr. and ijs. Nelson Williams. This is Mr. Wheat'on’s first visit in 18 years. Mr. and Mrs. Muldrow entertain ed at dinner for Mrs. Edward Frowd of Bismark, N. D. last Tues day evening. Mrs.QFrowd will be remembered as Margaret Barnes. Mrs. W. J. Borgen and Mrs. Ed Barnell of Seattle spent the week with relatives in Kennewiok. Mrs. Bergen will be remembered as Wil ma. Liston and Mrs. Barnell as Audrey Borgen. Mrs. Joe Stradling and children left Sunday morning for MoMinn ville, Oregon, where she will visit at the Crawford Donahue and Joe Russel homes. She expects to be gone about ten days. W. J. Bergen and Ed Barnell drove to Kennewick from Seattle Friday of last week. Sunday they left for home accompanied by their wives, who had :been visiting homes folks for the past week. Mrs. C. G. Personette returned the last of the week from a. three weeks’ vislt with a sister'in Seattle. She says she almost wishes she had not gone, for she feels the heat so much worse than she did before she left. ~ The ladies aid of the Christian church will meet next Wednesday afternoon at the A. V. Lewis home. There will he a White Elephant sale in connection and members are urg ed to come and bring their ele phants." ' Velma McCamish and Barbara Hauschild are giving a miscellan eous shower in honor of Mrs. Ger ald Britten at the Doyle residence tonight. Mrs. Britton, formerly, Dorothy Doyle, is one of the brides of the past week. Mrs. Payne and her Sunday school class attended services at the Ist M. E. church in Walla Walla last Sunday. Afterwards they enjoyed a picnic in the park. . Mrs. M. S. Kinkaid, Mrs. Glenna Nelson and Shirley Ann visited in Creston over the week-end with Rev. E. Mitchell and family. While there they made a trip to Coulee Dam, Dry Falls and Dry Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Carr and children, Joy and Buddy, and Per ry Doidge of Tacoma spent Satur day with Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Visger. They left «for home Sunday accom panied by Mrs. Perry Doidge and Raymond, who have been visiting at the Visger home for the past week. Mr.‘ and Mrs. Ray Marsh and daughter returned the last of the week from a vacation spent in Cor vallis and Portland. On their way home they visited . the Maryhill museum. Friday they left for Spo kane and spent the week-end with Mrs. Marsh’s aunt, Mrs. Jeanette. Banta. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Allard, former may-or of Vernita, were in town this morning transacting business with the federal land bank offices. He went home with a deed to his place. Mr. Allard has been con fined to his ‘bed for .a couple of weeks with an attack of neuritis. He is better now and able to work a bit. He’s all hopped up about the regatta to ‘be held at White Bluffs next Sunday. He’s the master of ceremonies. Telephone Service Saves in Many Ways . This service is so economical and there is no better investment in household necessities than a telephone. ‘ C It is the No. 1 necessity these hot days—be cause it saves so many steps and nothing gives more for so little than telephone service. 0 Call up today and our representative will call on you and tell you how little it will cost to install a telephone. Kennewmk Valley Telephone Company Mrs. E. J. 'Brhh‘d visited at the home of her son,. Lyle, in Moxee last; week. From there she went to visit her sister, Mrs. Emma Thomas at Zillah and to attend the wedding of her niece, which tool; place Sun day aﬁtemoon at _ Zillah. Mrs. Br’and returned to Kennewick on Sunday evening. ‘ Mrs. M. Pardini returned from the hospital in Walla Walla, where she had been for ten days in a bad condition. She is greatly improved. Mrs. Bruno Alexander of Living ston, Montana, sister of Mrs. Par dini, returned to her home Monday morning after visiting with the Pardinis for over a week. Mr. and Mrs. H. Krack enjoyed dinner last Sunday with their daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. E. A. St. Johns at the St. Johns home in Kennewick. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Stoops of Toppen ish were also present. Mrs. Stoop is a grand daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Krack and the mother of litttle Brenda Stoops, great grand daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. Krack. Salmon ﬁshing has been unusual ly good the past week, the boys re port, with some good catches being made down at the mouth of the Snake river. Mr. and Mrs. I. Serier of Portland and granddaugher Joan Ferguson, stopped here Monday on their way to Yakima. Ted Til-bury of Vancouver, B. C. and Gus Of California are visiting at the Louis Petitjean home. Mrs. Glee Meyer returned from a vacation spent with friends in Seattle and Vancouver, B. C. Mrs. J. A. Turner, mother of Mrs. George Cloud, is visiting in Kennewick this week, also a sis ter, Mrs. Sheldon Lamb, both of Seattle. Another sister from Top penish, Mrs. Richard Godfrey, is also visiting here. Mrs. Maize Young has left for a vacation to be spent at Hoquiam, visiting her two daughters, Mrs. A]- len Horn and Miss Blanche Young. 'Harley Chapman, county auditor, was in Kennewick today on busi ness. He gathered up the new reg istration cards at the several of ﬁces. , Council Keeps Tradition, Meets for 264th Year BURLINGTON, N. J.—Marking one of the oldest traditions in the nation, members of the Burlington. N. J., Proprietors met for the 264th year to elect members to the coun eil. The tradition was begun in 1676 when William Penn and his associ ates divided the province into East and West New Jersey for coloniza tion and government. In keeping with the custom of their forefathers, the present pro prietors hold an outdoor session on a main comer, afterward journey ing to a small and tradition-steeped ofﬁce. . Model Railraad Operated By Dartmouth Students HANOVER, N’. H.—lt’s purely sci entiﬁc, this “Nigger Island and Pompanoosuc railroad” on the third ﬂoor of Thayer school at Dartmouth college here. But there’s no denying the fact that the 400 feet of track, 185 feet on 'a complex double-loop, and the complete rolling stock in miniature is a small boy’s paradise. And 13 students and two faculty members of Dartmouth college's Thayer school of engineering, who operate the railroad, forget to be scientiﬁc occasionally. The “road” takes its name from a nearby river. Dorothy Lamour and Lloyd Nolan in a scene from “St. Louis Blues” at the Roxy Tuesday and Wednesday. P—l cK E D UP' IAROUND TOWN| “A man thinks he looks pretty swell in his new suit,” says Bill Washbum. “until he receives his family’s opinion on it.” “The weather never seems to be so bad,” believes Weather Morgan, “until somebody asks you how you like it.” Marriages will pick up. awarding to Emil Behrman. as soon as some fellows begin to feel the draft. It is always a campaign to help the tanner. Mrs. M. Simmelink wants to know what about a cam paign to help the farmer's wife. “We can always be more cheer ful." sighs Ernest Huber, “over the other fellow's troubles." Another form of bad manners is to brag about your good health. says Howard Hinckley. 'FiE‘B‘EFS, 2 pounds . .' . . . ~l9c N.B.C. Shredded Wheat . . . . 9c SUGAR, U& I, 100 pounds . $5.48 CRISCO, .3-pound can . . . . 52c 3-lb. tin . . .49c Shurfine Beverage, 12-oz., 6 for 27; 28-oz., 10c RoxyDOGFOOD,6for 25c Carsten’sDOGCAT,3for ........-.......25c SoflinPaperTowels,roll ... ...... .. .. . .10c Shurfine Liquid Pectin, 10c Tastewell CATSUP, IZ-ounce . . . . . . . . . . . . .10c ShurfineMlLK,tallcan 7c Elmdale FLOUR, for family use, 49-11). bag $1.19 FBLJJIS 6' VEGETABLES Green Peppers, pound 5c Iﬂglgceﬂfor. . . . . 7c Celery, green Utah . . 6c Carrots, 5 bunches . . 10c (lfaﬁishgss, 3 bunches . 5c Please Phone Orders for Delivery Before 11:30 a.m. McDONALD’S GROCERY Phone 32| Free Parking in Rear Kennewick Finley Teacher Stops to Visit Old Friends FINLEY—Miss Olga Wepsola and a friend from Winlock were over night guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Schwartzscopf on their way to Salt Lake City. Carl Walk had the misfortune to lose a good horse this week. Miss Blanche Young and Mrs. Allen Horn and small son of Ho quiam have been here the past week visiting their mother, Mrs. Maizie Young and her sister and family. Mr. and Mrs. H. Jacobs in Kenne wick. Mr. and Mrs. Clint Glassner visit ed their son and We. Mr. and Mrs. lLeo Glassner in Pasco Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Piert and children and Mr. and Mrs. Jess Lande were Sunday visitors with Mr. and Mrs. Harold Witham. Walt Hulet asks if you ever no ticed that the very folks who stay away from church. are the ones who need it most. If you do not have a charge account with us we will gladly send your order for SI.OO or more C.0.D., city-wide delivery service. Cash and Carry Prices! Camay Soap, bar . . . . . .6c Ivory Soap, large bar 9c Lifebuoy Soap, bar . .. .6c French Bird Seed, 2 —25 c WE WAN-T to till this page with good newsy Items every week._ You can help us. When you know an item of interest. tell us about It personally. or by phone— we'll '9 . solute it. Phone No. One-Double-One. FRI E D CHIC K E N Plate Dinner with dessert and drink * 50¢ ARROW GRILL Kennewick h . J QUALITY MEAT Veal Steaks, tender, meaty, lb. 19c Baby Beef Liver, pound . . . .. . . .lsc Sirloin Steaks, grain-fed steer, lb. 25c Spare Ribs, pound ..... ... . . ...lsc Shortening, Snow Cap, 4 pounds 29c Cottage Cheese, pound . . . . . . . . .10c FRYERS FRESH FISH “The fellow who wants to try ’ nythmg once," says Lorene Rans cher. “is very apt to try it once too rm.» U C RADER Benn- puts out nice big doughnut with a little hole in it. Pollyanna Moutnloeblgoonewmnoblg hole. ﬁlled with our delicious 100 m Whynocwﬂkﬂmyw from Comment! Hotel ond try one. SPECIALS FOB Saturday and Sunday Rockyßoad Ice Cream Red Raspberry Sherbet Shurfine - Coffee VIKING COFFEE Full body the ﬂavor Pound ............l9c DE-LISH-US COFFEE Vac. packed, lb. . . . .25c EL CAMINO COFFEE A N; value at , v 2 pounds .._........25c Richer Smoother Better Quart 29c [._._J 5 Our In“ seller. It’s M to be (00‘. Per lb. 23c .__—._.