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Grange Hears About
Boys State Sessions
BENTON CITY—The Kiona-Ben
ton grange met Wednesday evening
on the Rolf Andersen lawn. I. M.
Hartman gave his report on the
State grange convention and Wayne
Hanson, guest of the grange. told
of the Evergreen Boys State. A
pxcnic lunch was cooked on the
out-of-doors stove.
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Hubbard and
daughter, Lucille. were in Yakima
Sunday to see Whitney Hubbard.
who was in St. Elizabeth's hospital
a few days with a. sprained knee re
ceived when he stepped from a
ladder While doing orchard work
near Yakima. He came home Mon
day to remain here while the injury
heals.
Celebrate Birthday
Mrs. W. P. Johnson, daughter,
Myrle, and sonsKennethandWayne
of Harrah were here Frrday to be
with Mrs. Johnson's mother. Mrs.
Alice Hartman on her seventy
eighth birthday anniversary. Mrs.
Henry Pumel-l and-Mrs. Eva Hazard
of Pasco were Friday afternoon call
ers at the Hartman home. Mrs.
Hazard went to Harra'h with Mrs.
Johnson .for a two weeks visit.
Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Peeler of
Bremerton were Friday and Satur
day guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. A.
Mad.
Go to Mountains
Miss Margaret Hartman left Fri
day for Toppenish, where she was a
week-end guest of her aunt, Mrs.
Rollo Clark and also visited her
aunt, Mrs. W. P. Johnsin in Harrah.
Sunday she accompanied the Clarks
to Mount Rainier and was joined
there by her sister, Miss Esther
Hartman oi Ellensburg. Esther and
Margaret returned to Ellengburg,
where Esther completed her sum
mer school course at the normal
Wedneseday andthey returned that
evening to their home here.
Walter Weller of Waitsburg was
9. Benton City visitor Friday. He
is a. director of the Horse Heaven
Irrigation District.
Mrs. Fred Wagner of Hartford
and Miss Kathryn Telenga. of Seat
tle were Sunday guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Oscar Hanson.
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Norling left
Wednesday for their home at Taco
ma. after visiting since Friday at
the hmne of Mrs. Norling’s sister,
Mrs. Rolf Andersen and with Nor
ling’s relatives at Pasco.
Return from Coast -
Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Lund return
ed Saturday (from Bremerton, where
they spent a week with relatives and
old friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Grending were
Yakima visitors Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Triesch, Schar
mel and Otto, were Sunday guests
of -Mr. and Mrs. Roy Burmood in
Toppenisn.
Mrs. Kate Grand-ing of Sunnyside
was a week-end guest of Mr. and
Mrs. Fred Grending. ' ‘
Camping Trip
J. E. Druen of Kiona. left Sunday
for a. camping trip on the coast. Hu
bert Hale of Toppenish is assist
ing at the service station during his
absence. -
Harry Fleming came Saturday
night for a brief visit at his home
leaving again Sunday afternoon for
Camp Murray, where he is with the
Prosser National Guards on their
annual encampment.
Mr. and Mrs. Gus Morin and
daughter, Esther, visited Sunday at
the Simon Carlson home in Rich
land. They accompanied the Carl
sons to Pasco to visit Mrs. John
Erickson at Richland, who is a pa
tient at the hospital.
Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Affleck
(Irene Klinefelter) of Tacoma are
the parents of a son 'born last week.
Finley Has Neurltis
Will Finley is ill at his home this
week with neuritis. He was brought
home early Saturday morning by
Hugh Bell of Horse Heaven, where
he has been working during the
wheat harvest.
Mr. and Mrs. M. W. R 001) and son,
John Edward, returned Sunday eve
ning from a three weeks vacation
Spent in Portland and Seattle.
Roop’s niece, Miss Margaret Becker
of Seattle returned with the Roops
and is their house guest this week.
Mr. and Mrs Claude Trevitt and
daughter, Lenore. of Republic were
Sunday guests of 'l‘revitt’s brother,
Clyde Trevitt.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Decker of
Kiona have as their guests today
(Thursday) Mrs. W. W. Simonton
of Prosser, Mrs. M. A. Kelley of
Ventura, California. Mr. and Mrs.
Earle Simonton and daughter of
Harrisburg, Illinois and Ray Sim
onton of Spokane.
Have Fine Trip
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Johanson
and daughter, Jo Ann, returned on
Sunday evening from a week’s vaca
tion trip. They visited relatives in
several cities in Idaho. Also went
to Sun Valley and Superior, Mon
tana. Mrs. Kenneth Robbins and
daughter, Sheila returned to their
home at Grandn‘ew after staying
at the Johanson ranch while they
were away.
Mrs. Erwin Knowles left Monday
night for Spokane, where she spent
Tuesday with her uncle. Henry
Bachler, patient at the Deaconess
hospital. She returned Tuesday
evening. Bachler plans to be moved
Friday to his home at Whitefish,
Montana.
Roy Baker of Prosser moved his
threshing rig here this week and 13
threshing several lots of small
grain grown on irrigated land.
SAFE
COUNTRY HOME
Fancy Golden
Cream Style
No. 2 10¢
20-oz. tm
*
QUALITY CRISP
Crackers
Fresh and Crisp
I -lb. 15
2 pkg. 0
PORK
& BEANS
L .
3132 f tin 9‘
TUNA
FLAKES
¥L 11‘
BUFFALO
Matches
Strike Anywhere
a 3:: 13¢
BLUE PLATE
SHRIMP f
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2 'sl‘i3lzs 25¢!
WALLA WALLA
PEAS
Fancy 3 Sieve
20-oz. ¢
Tin 111 l
WATERMELON S Lb. 'l‘
BLACK SEEDED KLONDIKES
QRANGES 2 Dozen 25¢
SUNKIST 2BB SIZE
LETTUCE HEAD
FRESH, CRISP LARGE HEADS
952,. £ls
Dozen 19¢
CAULIFLOWER, large head 12¢
GREEN BEANS, 3 pounds 15¢
SEEDLESS GRAPES, 3 pounds 15¢
CRISP CELERY, stalk 6¢
DANISH SQUASH, 3 for 10¢
TOMATOES, 18-pound flat 25¢
Prices Effective at Your Pasco and Kennewick Stores
Full 6-Day Sale Aug. 16 —22
PRICES IN THIS AD FRIDAY THRU THURSDAY NITE
MARSHMALLOWS -------.--.Lb.pkg 9‘
FLUFFIEST—Fresh and Fluffy—Finest Money Can Buy
Corn Meal, 20-oz pkg. . 9c
Albers, white or yellow
Wheat Germs 25-oz. tin 29c
Jolly Joan
Pablum 18-oz. pkg 39c
Baby food
Grape Juice Pt. 19c Qt. 35c
Church's
TOMATO JUICE i 3??? 6‘ 2 4321? 35‘
SUNNY DAWN—Gentle Pressed
Tea lA-lb. 15c '/z-lb. 25c
Canterbury black, lb. 49c
Asparague 2—lo'/z-oz. 25c
Walla Walla picnic tin
Jello pkg. 5c
Assorted flavors .
Prunes 29-oz tln 'loc
Ray-Fresh
KARO SYRUP 31% 23‘ 5'31; 37‘
LIGHT OR DARK
Soap Flakes Red pkg. 9c
“Klek”
Super Suds lg. pkg. 19¢
Concentrated
Starch . pkg. 8c
Bl Kfigi‘mrd’dzn orcglfis al. c
eac '
White Magic 10 2 g 17
SALAD OIL Sf; 17‘ inn29‘ ‘s3} 85‘
MAY DAY—Pure Vegetable
Spam 12-ioz. tin 25c
Hormel’s
Dill Pickles 26-oz. tin 10c
Columbia ‘ '
Rlpe Ohves 9-oz. tm 150
Libby’s extra large
Sardmes l4'/2-oz. oval tm 9c
Mustard or tomato
$193233 GRANULES lii: 29‘
SflnAEMDRESSENG 13%17‘
MAYONN I
NU-MADE. Dated toAAESrEFreshness Pintl9¢Quart 35¢
YELLOWSTON E
CORN
Golden
3 394:” 25"
Potatoes
Frmhzlzweet and Tender
50 Sack 45¢
THE KENNEWICK, ([74:93) COURIER-REPORTER
FESTIVAL
BEANS
Green Cut
2 1:11: 15“

SELLS FOR LESS ‘
COMPARE ALL OUR PRICES
Whiffi 0’ Wheat, 3 8-oz, 25¢
or ice, resh
Kellogg’s 3 pkgs. 25c
Shredded Wheat
Kellogg’s pkg. 9c
K ”Bran, Flakes 2 k
0 .
e Krgrgblses p gs 23c
Beets 3—16-oz. tins 250
Libby's fancy cut
Hominy 29-oz. tin 9c
Van Camp's
Apricots . 30-oz. tin 14c
Rays—local
Toilet Soap 3 bars 200
Sierra Pine
Vinegar Gal. 13c
Pure cider, full strength
Tomatoes 29-oz. tin 10c
Argo, standard pack .
Tuna 7-02. tm 17¢
White Star
Beef .Stew 1 l/z-lb. 15c
Dmty Moore
b M t 6' - .
Cra Geishe: leg meat /2 oz 230
Cinced Clams 7-oz. tin 10c
F. A. B.
Salmon 16-oz. tin 14c
Fancy pink
SILK
TISSUE
Soft, absorbent toilet
tissue. Full 650 sheet
wrapped rolls
Every Price A Saving Price Here
ASPARAGUS No. _2 tin 17c
Gilmore’s all green local
GREEN BEANS 19-oz. tin "c
BRIARGATE, fancy cut
Butter Kernel 2—20-oz. tins 25c
CORN—whole kernel, fancy
PINEAPPLE SAUCE 20-oz. tin 10c
LlßßY’S—fancy quality
HEINZ SPAGHETTI 17-oz. tin '|‘|c
NEW LOW PRICE. 1156-02 tin -....-....._... 8c
HEIN Z KETCHUP, 14-oz. bottle 16c
From vine ripened tomatoes
HEINZ BABY FOOD 4'/2'oz. tin 7c
Assorted kinds. Dozen .._.... 83c
HEINZ VINEGAR Pt 10c Qt. 19c
Pure cider or white distilled
HEIN Z SOUPS 2—l6—oz. tins 25c
Assorted flavors
PINEAPPLE JUICE 46-02. tin 25c
LIBBY’S
P’NUT BUTTER lb. 13, 2 lbs. 22c
REAL ROAST—freshly ground
PINEAPPLE GEMS 14-oz. tin 10c
DOLES—fine for salads and cocktails
U& I SUGAR 10-lb cloth bag 57c
FINE GRANULATED. 25—lb sack .... $1.42
CANE SUGAR 10-lb. bag 59c
Sea Island, pure. 25—lb. sack .-....._... $1.47 4
MILK 4—141/2-oz. tins 27c
FEDERAL, Case of 48 fins $3.23
Your choice of Ivory.
green or orchid toilet
tissue
4Mlr
pkg-
I GUARANTEED MEATS {mm SAM mm;
PRICES 6 DAYS SUBJECT TO MARKET CHANGES
HALF OR WHOLE
BEEF POT ROAST”, 12c
LEAN AND TENDER CENTER CUTS—GRAIN-FED STEER BEEF ° '
CH ICK ENS Lb 15c
YOUNG PLUM? KENS ' '
”mi
BACON
Armour’s Rindless
Pound 19G
PIECE
BACON
Mild Sugar Cured
Pound 15¢
WEIN E R S
EéfiuE‘Ess, Lb. 19‘
FRANKFURTERS, lb. 15¢
MINCED HAM, Ib. 15¢
PORK STEAK, lb. 11¢
BEEF SHORT RIBS, lb. 10¢
COTTAGE CHEESE, 2 lbs. 15¢
PURE LARD, 4 lbs. 25¢
COLORED SPRING
' FRYERS
Pound 23G
SUN-MAID
Raisins
fancy seedless raisins
in cartons. find your
15.01:: M? g
Pkg. 7
4-lb. pkg. 19¢
CRACKERS 2-lb box 23c
.Loose Wiles
GRAHAMS Ib. box 15c
Loose Wiles. Free box of Animal kaen
HILLS COFFEE lb. 26c 2 lbs. 50c
Maxwell House or M. J. B.
PEAS & CARROTS 3—17 oz. 25c
Indian Valley. New crop
9
ESTES: EATS... ..., .1... 29»
ROSEWARE OATS lge. pkg. 27c
Premium. Albers
FLAPJACK FLOUR 4-lb. sk. 23c
ALBERS
BUCKWEAT FLOUR 2y2 lbs. 22c
ALBERS _
flfilffimm‘fi .... .1... 22¢
KITCHEN CRAFI‘ 49-lllb. sk.s'|39
Flour—Z‘HQ-lb. sack --.. 79c
HARVEST BLOSSOM 49% sll9
FLOUm-zi-aé-lb. sack -.....A............... 690
DRIFI‘ED SNOW 49-lb. sk. $175
Flour : Sperrys .
SN OWDRIFI‘ 3 lbs. 49c 6 lbs. 960
Pure Vegetable Shortening
ROYAL SATIN lb. 15c 3 lbs. 43c
Pure Vegetable Shortening
PEAS , 2—17-oz. tins 15c
Happyvale—dozen ................................. 89c
LEG LAMB . . . lb. 21c
MILK FED
LAMB STEW, lb. . . . a.
LAMB STEAKS, lb. . . 17¢
GENUINE
Pork Sausage, 2 pounds 25c ;
PURE, FRESH GROUND ‘
SALMON, lb. . . . . 19¢]
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