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WTTLE STORIES OF THE WEEK
l C Tweet and H. G. Fyfe were
Ewe business visitors Tuesday.
893 and Mrs. H. C. Curry_ were
flat“ and Washtucna vlsltors
Wt [shaughnessy and Alt-a Car
" Bet?“ Spokane were week-end
,W .
WAN! Mrs. Bert Perkins and
“fig were Selah visitors last
.end.
“a ‘ mnette Banta is in Ken
?“ this week looking after bus—
“, mterests.
and Mrs. J. H. Siegfried are
Faith's this week with relatives at
hid Mrs. L. Newsome and two
35 are making an extended
a.” California.
Matilda Rushton accom
.” Mrs. Russel Day and son to
"__fifidwwa Tuesday.
- (1 Mrs. Victor Bead of
m were week-end guests at
w L. 11. Raymond home.
St Paul’s Guild will meet with
it!» w. J. Barnes on Thursday,
W 17 at 2:30 o’clock.
In. C. E. Ridley left Friday for
“Wed visit in Cheynne, Wy.
ind other middlewest states.
5‘33. Howard Whitbeck, Mrs. L.
~ . and Mrs. E. S. Black were
Qua! walla. visitors Monday.
"inc, A. Carlson of Yakima is
mg'mis week at the home of
her daughter, Mrs. Curran Chellis.
ms. Howard Hinckley was host
ggto her bridge club Tuesday. Mrs.
[d Webber won high and traveling
{Where of the Christian church
W a weiner roast at the C. A.
(“garter home Wedneseday eve
nint-
mnley Gest went deer hunting
mt week-end in the Spokane
country. He joined Roy Maddox in
We.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Spears were
mils Walla business visitors Wed
nesday. Mrsh H. W. Whittemore ac
mauled em.
locust Grove grange will enter
hin Benton County Pomona at the
game ball on Saturday, October 12
main: at 2 o’clock.
pm Vivian Higley and George
Holland were week-end visitors in
mm where they attended the
Isa-Montana game.
0. 0. Williams and son Bob, re
m Tuesday from a hunting trip
near Republic, bringing two three
point bucks back with them.
The _Royal Neighbor club will
met Fridaygvening, October 11 at
the bane of Mrs. W. F. Luke with
In. J. Q. Crockiord assisting.
The. Benton County Educational
Inflation met in Prosser Wednes-
W min: for a regular meeting.
lat of the Kennewick teachers at
ieubd the meeting.
ily. and Mrs. William Dufly,
“”9 Duffy, Emil Van Buren and
W Stredwick of Kahlotus
m 3 party who left last week
gm 13m trip in the om-
Bestes E Grocelj)’
One Trial Order WfProve That for Quality,
Satisfaction, Service and Price—You Can Do
MBESTES. iSpecials for Fri. & Sat., 11-12
Macaroni & Spaghetti $3333; .19
SALMON, good grade pink, 2 cans ..-..........-..29c
DAWN TISSUE, “Soft Crepe,” 3 rolls ...-.-...-..19c
SALAD DRESSING, Dinner Bell, quart ........25c
Weked, pound .....--..---25c
Tomato Juice $21123: Ea. .19
Sliced BEETS, tender, sweet, 2 cans W 220
GORN, Seaport, cream style, 3 cans ..............-.27c
PEAS, Seaport, medium size, 3 cans ................27c
Wm, Brick, Velvette, 2 lb. ....-...-..-59c
J 6 Fl ‘
Euo An smug ' Pkg- -05
KLEENEX, lg. Size: 500 sheet box, 2 for ......‘..55c
CHILE CON CARNE, Van Camps, 2 cans....l9c
GI{EEN BEANS, Seaport, No. 2 cans, 2 for 19c
2%, small covez no grit, 2 cans """"""25c.
NFFEE {113316311 lb. .26; 2 lbs. .50
glamMoming or Darigold, 3 cans 2;:
m(Mß,U&Lcloth bags,lopound329c
“a: BEANS, v. (3. tall cans, 3 camsl7c
#DM5Jea11yc1ean5b0x.......................... .
ounces $35?“ 2 (102. .35
‘_., ......90
‘JELERYJongstalksmaheach....................llHUVHM9c
LETTUCE. local. clean, hard, 2 for ~........5c
:URNIPS, sweet, local white, 2 for 10¢
We. crisp leaves, 3 pounds _____..__——-——
POT ROASTS $23212: Cg‘sef lb. --18
V .
{2% STEAKS, Ivan. tasty meatrpound fig:
mvpure Sheaf Brand, 4 pounds 18c
'o3]? tender baby beef, pound .170
ROASTS. tasty young pork, pound .
GET YOUR APPRECIATION DAY TICKETS HERE
FREE DELIVERY PHONE 251
Mrs. Urban Koelker entertained
her bridge club this afternoon. Mrs.
E. S. Black received first prize and
Mrs. Paul Spreen second. Mrs. A]-
vin Cheney was a guest of the club.
The Excolentes club met this eve
ning with Mrs. R. E. Reed. Mrs.
John Smith gave a review of the
book entitled, “Swift Flows The
River,” by Nord Jones.
Leo Gorris returned Saturday
from Ritzville, where he had been
working on a REA project. He is
leaving today for the coast on bus
iness.
Fourteen neighborhood friends
surprised Mr. and Mrs. J. B.
Slaugenhaupt with an old fashion
ed charivari at their home Sunday
evening.
The B. & P. W. club will hold its
nert meeting Monday evening at
the home of Mrs. Ella Linn at which
time new members will be initiated
into the club.
Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Lincoln are
expected to return today from
Bremerton, where they were called
by the death of Mr. Lincoln’s aunt,
Miss Julia Libby.
Mr. and Mrs. William Hudlow of
Grand Coulee were week-end visit
ors at the home of his parents in
East Kennewick. They were en
route ‘to California.
The D. A. R. will hold its first'
meeting of the fall at the home of‘
Mrs. Reuben Gest with a 1:30 des
sert luncheon. Mrs. Ray Yates is
to have charge of the program. '
; Miss Florence Cook, is vacation
}ing at her home in Ritzville this
week. 'Mrs. C. F. Poore is taking
her place in the office of Dr. M.
W. Stevens during her absence.
Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Clark have
gone to Spokane, where Mr. Clark
will undergo medical treatment. Mr. ,
and Mrs. Ray Marsh will reside in
the home occupied'by the Clarks in
the Garden Tracts.
Mr. and Mrs. Victor Rogers re
turned Sunday evening from Port
land, where he accompanied his
school judging team, who partici
pated at the Pacific International
Livestock exposition. '
Mr. and Mrs. E. S. McDonald are
spending this week in Seattle. where
they are attending a groceryman’s
convention. The plan to visit at
the Everett Sherk home in Olympia
before returning home.
Mrs. Herbert Brae; Forrest Provo
and Alfred Roe accompanied Mrs.
R. E. Reed and daughter, Miss Mar
garet, to Walla Walla Tuesday. Al
fre'd Roe remained there to take ex
aminations to enter the navy.
The Kennewick bridge club met
with Mrs. Charles Powell Wednes
day. Three tables were in play with
Mrs. Herman Schmidt receiving the
honors. Mrs. Schmidt will be the
club hostess at the next meeting.
Mr. and Mrs. V. R. Wilder and
family motored to Portland Satur
day. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Dewees
and two daughters returned home
lwith them for an extended visit
here. Mrs. Dewees is a sister of Mr.
Wilder.
Amman (WASW
Mrs. M. S. Kinkaid left Wednes
dav for a trip to Kansas, where she
will visit a sister and several bro
thers. She is making an indefinite
length of visit. This is the first
time she has been back to Kansas
since in over forty years.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gahegan of
Seattle were week-end guests at the
E. A. Ferrell home. Mrs. Gahegan
is a sister of Mrs. Ferrell. Mr. and
Mrs. Bill Ferrell and son Michael
of Walla Walla were Sunday guests
at the Ferrell home here.
Mrs. Wilmot Gravenslund ac
companied by Mrs. Bertha Simsen,
Mrs. Bruce McClean and Mrs. Frank
Bentley motored to Yakima on
Wednesday, where they saw the new
‘son of Mr. and Mrs. Murray Brown,
‘who arrived on October 2.
i Mr. and Mrs. Glen Rider and son
Mrs. Grant McKensie of Yakima
were week-end guests at the Charles
Lum and Reuben Gest homes. Mr.
and Mrs. Ed Lum and child of Pros
ser were also visitors with rela
tives here over the week-end.
Elmer O lson was one of a party
of nine, including George Shepard,
three Duffys and some others, who
went up into the Methow district to
hunt deer. The party brought back
six, the one being claimed by Paul
Spreen being the finest of the lot.
I Charles (Chuck) Hass of Tacoma
laccompanied Sheriff Richter from
[Prosser Wednesday. Mr. Kass is a
former Kennewick resident and en
joyed meeting many old friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Hass are guests at the
Richter home in Prosser this week.
Mrs. I. N. Mueller is leaving this
evening for a visit with relatives in
the middle west. She will first jour
ney to Denver where she will ac
company the Elmer Neal family to
Des Moines, lowa and will visit in
that vicinity during the next three
weeks.
The second division of the WO
- Society of Christian Service
will meet in the church parlors on
Thursday, October 17 for an all
day quilting. This group is making
plans for the bazaar which will be
held on November 30, the place to
be announced later.
Mrs. George F. Rowe of Milwau
kie, Wisconsin was a week-end
guest at the home of Mrs. Roy
Washbum and , visited with other
friends here. She was formerly Miss
Grace Brown. a Kennewick school
teacher. Mrs. Rowe was enroute to
her home after visiting on the coast.
The DeMolay boys held a regular
meeting at the Masonic hall Wed
nesday evening. Plans are under
way for two dances which will be
’sponsored by the boys soon. A
membership drive was started with
Elmer Yoshino in charge. C. E. Rid
ley is the new Dad Adviser of the
boys.
Miss Marie Young, state presi
dent of the Business and Profess
ional Women's Club and Miss Irma
Barkhart, both of Wenatchee, were
Kennewick visitors Tuesday after
noon. They were enroute to Walla
Walla, where Miss Young was to
speak at a formal of the organiza—
tion in that city.
Mrs. N. E. Robbins and Mrs.‘ H.
A. Linn were hostesses "to a 1:30
dessert bridge luncheon at the Linn
home Tuesday. Nine tables were in
play with prizes being received by
Mrs. Howard Beste, Mrs. P. 0.
Stone, Mrs. Robert Glenn of Pasco
and traveling prize by Mrs. Earle
Blanton of Pasco.
Mrs. Roy Safford, Mrs. Lottie
Lampson. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Hut
chins, Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Oliver, Mr.
and Mrs. C .E. Winkentwerder and
Ed Frauen were the Kennewick vis
itors attending a reception in Yaki
ma Saturday evening in honor of
John I. Preisner, worthy grand pa
tron of the 0. E. S. ‘ .
A house warming was given Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Spears Wednesday
evening by the members of the Kil
kare card group, of which Mrs.
Spears is a member. The husbands
were also guests of the club mem
bers and four tables of bridge were
in play. George Purdy won high
score and Mrs. R. E. Reed low.
P. E. 0. chapter held its first
meeting of the year with Mrs.
Frank Green Tuesday evening. Miss
Dorothy Arnold was in charge of
the program. the topic of which
was, “The Geography and Com
merce of South America.” Miss Bar
bara Keith, high school commercial
teacher, was a guest of the chapter.
Local Scottish Rite Masons and.
the Lodge of Perfection celebrated
the Feast of Tishri at the Masonic
‘hali. Tuesday evening. There were
forty present including Blue Lodge
‘masons and their wives. A trum
pet quartette directed by Charles
Asbury and accompanied by Naomi
Foraker furnished the musical pro
gram for the evening. Dr. Freder
ick A. Schilling gave the address
of the evening appropriate for the
occasion. E. S. Black was in charge
of the program. .
Dr. H. N. Harmon .
- Dentist
DENTAL PLATES A SPECIALTY
Call and discuss your dental troubles with me
so owes you EXAMINATIONS
Office Hours:
9-12 1-5
mm by Appointment
Phone 2092 '
Mary Martin, the star of “The
Great Victor Herbert” at the Roxy
Sunday and Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Urban Koelker en-1
tertained with a weiner roast at
their home Tuesday evening. hon-{
oring Mr. and Mrs. Elof Anderson of
Portland. There were eight guestsl
present. The Andersons left Wed
nesday for their home. Mr. Ander-l
son having completed some special
work with the P. P. & L. company
at Walla Walla. They are former
Kennewick residents.
Mrs. Willard Campbell, Mrs. Amon
Mueller, Miss Doris Bardwell, Mrs.
I. .N. Mueller and Miss Verdella
Mueller were week-end visitors in
Spokane. Mrs. Campbell returned
home Sunday evening with her hus
l'band, who drove to Spokane Sunday
morning. The Kennewick people
visited With the Misses Lois Camp
bell and' Anna Marie Mueller, stu
dent nurses at the Deaconess hos
pital.
Mrs. Howard Whitbeck and Mrs.
Leigh Beamer were hostesses to
two bridge parties at the Whitbeck
home recently. They entertained
Thursday evening with five tables
with Mrs. Carl Schuster, receiv
ing first honors, Miss Lillian Wall,
second and Mrs. Ray Maxfield- of
Fame, traveling prizes. The host
esses also entertained Friday aft
ernoon with a dessert luncheon. The 4
honors were received by Mrs. Sid-‘
ney Relton of Richland, Mrs. E. S.‘
Black and Mrs. G. A Purdy.
Mrs.‘ Clyde Higley and Mrs. Em
ma Higley were hostesses to a din
ner party at~the Clyde Higley home
Tuesday evening honoring grand
officers of the Rebekah and other
out-of-town guests. The officers
present included Frances Pangle of
Pasco, warden; Ethel M. Brewing
ton, secretary; Etta B. North, treas
urer; Robbie Lee White, jr., past
president; lola Campbell, past
president; Maude Boone, past .presi
dent; Gertrude Manier, past pres
ident and home trustee; Rose Haw
kins. past president and Peggy Neel,
marshal. Other guests present
were Mary Meeker and Margaret
Emigh of Walla Walla, Ada Cox
and Anna Scanno, Pasco, and Mr.
and Mrs. Dennis Henson of Kiona.
The man who lies about his com
petitor is a poor salesman and will
probably never get to own his own
business.
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It handles easily and is
amazingly thrifty. It
will work hard for 8
hours on approximately
10 gallons of low-cost
Diesel fuel. Where else
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facts.
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Scouts Enjoy Outing
And Cooking at Hover
BENTON ClTY—Seven local Boy
Scouts. Bobby and Dickie Johanson.
John Roop. Wayne Hanson. Donald
Fleming. Caivin Sutton and Neil
Wilson. Scoutmasters J. Harold
Stringer and George Kneeland. went
to the Horn Tuesday evening On an
outing trip and cooked their supper.
Mrs. Don Brooks of Plymouth is
visiting at the Preston Brooks home
this week while her husband is on
a deer hunting trip.
Mrs. W. E. Fillmore was hostess
Tuesday afternoon to members of
the bridge club. Mrs. Argus Hughes
held high honors and Mrs. M. W.
Roop second high. The October 22
meeting will be with Mrs. I. M.
Hartman.
is Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Haviland and
family of Sandpoint, Idaho were
Sunday and Monday guests at the
Fred Havlland home. Mrs. Fred
Haviland accompanied them to
Yakima on Monday. ‘
The Griswold family of Pasco 1
moved this week to the J. O. Wal- ‘
lace ranch on the valley road.
Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Roop and Mr.
and Mrs. I. M. Hartman attended
the Scottish Rite Masons potluck
supper and meeting Tuesday eve
ning at Kennewick.
Sam Collins and Jim Brown re
turned Tuesday from Current Flats,
where they spent several days cut
ting wood.
Mrs. Lulu Geiszler of Finley was
a Sunday guest at the C. E. Rowley
home at Kiona.
Howard Coffman and Robert
Wright of Sumner came Sunday
to look atter their property.
The temperance poster contest
sponsored by the Youth Temperance
Council concluded Sunday and Miss
Regina Moede. National Secretary
of the W. C. T. U. judged the six
entries during the Sunday morning
services at the Methodist church,
awarding first prize to Mary War
ner and second to Valda Stone. The
posters are on display this week
‘at Hughes store.
Shurfine PANCAKE FLOUR, 9-lb. bag . .53c
Shurfine PANCAKE FLOUR, 21/z-lb. pkg. 19c
Alber’s BUCKWHEAT FLOUR, package 23c
Alber’s PANCAKE FLOUR, 4-lb. bag . . . .23c
Stewart’s PANCAKE FLOUR, 4-lb. bag . .19c
Sperry’s“ PANCAKE FLOUR, package . . . .19c
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VEGETABLES
Fancy firm Tomatoes
3pounds ............10c
Cauliflower, lg. white 10c
Cabbage, lg.. solid, lb. 2c
Marble Head Squash
Any size cut, lb. .- . . . .. . .2c
Boiling Beef, pound ............14c
Fresh Salmon, half or whole, lb. 15c
Pork Sausage, fresh ground, 2 lb. 25c
Pic-nics, Carsten’s, tender, lb. . . .15c
Please Phone Orders for Delivery Before 11:30 a.m.
McDONALD’S GROCERY
Phone 321
L’Estes Leaves to Take ' Hartman Club Sees
i Medical Examination: Movies of Mexico
HIGHLANDS—Ed Estes. son Oi i
Mr. and Mrs.__Ernest Estes. left on 1'
Tuesday for Spokane to take his.
medical examination for voluntary _
enlistment. 1
Mrs. A. 0. Fry. who has beenl
visiting her son Fred and familyY in 1
Vancouver. returned home Sunday. 1
Word has been received of the
birth of a son born last Wednes
day. October 2. in Yakima to Mr.
and Mrs. Murray Brown. the for
mer Miss Louise Simsen. The. young
lad weighed seven pounds and has
been named Robert Murray. Both
mother and dad are doing nicely.
The Highland Girl Scouts will
meet Friday after school. at the
home of their leader, Miss Ella Mae
Liebel.
Announcement has been made of
the approaching marriage of Miss
Ella Mae Liebel to Ward Rupp. Ella
Mae is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Henry Liebei of the Highlands and
Mr. Rupp is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
George Rupp of East Kennewick.
Spokane Folk to Make
Extended Visit Here
HOVER—Mr. and Mrs. George
Bafus and daughter, Berla Jean of
Spokane came Saturday for an ex
tended visit with her mother. Mrs.
J. E. Cochran and family. Berla
Jean entered River View high school
Monday.
Mrs. Alvin Dye and Mrs. Austin
Schubert finished grape picking on
Tuesday.
Walter Hughes failed to pass the
‘physical examination for the army.
He returned home last week-end.
- Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Ayers are driv
ing a new Ford V 4).
The Women's Home Benefit Club
will hold an afternoon meeting on
Wednesday. October 16 with Mrs.
Carl Evans as hostess.
Frank Grover returned Friday
from Portland. where he received
medical treatment a week at St.
Vincent's hospital.
Pancake Flour and Syrups
PANCAKE TIME—Now comes the season for
pancakes or buckwheat bneakfasts, {and the
good housewife will prepare in advance. Homes
are made happy at breakfast time with our
pancake and buckwheat flours.
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SUGAR
MADE m
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10-1 b bag
57c
100-Ib. bag
$5.48
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Flour ~ .
A mum of the Best
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A “vs-pom mm
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494‘). bag at $1.39
Tastewell Cane & Maple SYRUP, 5-lb. can 63c
Tea Garden Drips SYRUP, 5-lb. can . . . . . .73c
Cane & Maple SYRUP, 244 mm ........29c
Cane&Maple SYRUP, lfi-oz. jug . . . . . . . . . .15c
KARO, Blue Label, 5-lb. pail .............39c
MAPLE FLAVOR, 4—oz. bottle . . . . . . . . . . .29c
Crescent Maplene FLAVOR ..............33c
Sirloin Steaks, select beef, lb. . . . .19c
Link Sausage, we make ’em, lb. 19c
Heavy Fryers,. pound .........25c
Oysters Halibut Sole
BENTON CITY—«A lame group of
members of the “Hartman for
Commissioner" club met at the
Community Hall Monday evening
to make further plans for Hartman's
campaign. About twenty new
members were in attendance. Fol
lowing a general discussion refresh
ments were served the group. Har
old Stringer showed several reels
of films of scenes taken on his re
cent trip through Mexico.
Mr. and Mrs. Russell Braendlein
returned Wednesday from Weikel.
where they have been employed at
the Big Y warehouse.
The W. C. T. U. will meet Tues
day with Mrs. Mary W. Scott.
Mrs. Arthur Johnson will enter
tain the ladies' aid Wednesday.
W. E. Fillmore returned Wednes
day from boomis with a two-point
ideer. He is the first of local sports
imen to return home.
' Twenty-two ladies representing
seven county extension clubs at
tended the all day leaders training
meeting Wednesday at the Kiona-
Benton schoolhouse. called by Miss
Marguerite Berry. assistant county
iagent. Miss Esther Ponds of Pull
man. home management specialist.
‘spoke on kitchens and equipment.
Mrs. Pard Marlin received word
last week from her mother. Mrs.
Mary E. Brooks. who is visiting her
brother. Luke Coftey in Port An
geles that Coffey suffered a slight
stroke and although his condition
lwas improved. she would remain
‘.with him for several days longer.
Searl and Earl Kossman. Billie
Klinefelter and Dean Van De Ven
ter of Yakima were Saturday night
and Sunday visitors here. They were
accompanied by Miss Connie Car
penter. who spent the week-end
{with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. J.
.Carpenter.
' Mr. and Mrs. Phil Rucker and Mr.
land Mrs. Trevice Rucker returned
[Saturday to Yakima. where they
lax-e working in the apples after
visiting relatives here since Wed
nesday.
Shurfine
Coffee
VIKING COFFEE
mum—mum:
Pound .......-.....19c
DE-LISH-US COFFEE
Vmpackedflb. ....25c
ELCAMINOCOFFEE
AH‘vflud
2 pounds ..........25c
Pork Roasts
12;c
5
Ollie-tools.
w. nu u a
pot.
Per lb.
23:
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