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LITTLE STORIES OF THE WEEK
I 13"” Guild will meet Monday,
4 with Mrs. Saga McKain.
”a 1- sOCiety ' hold its
’1” flung next Sunday with
$3, Lincoln.
1 'w, Johnston, reclamation
W of Ephrata, was 3. Ken-
In! business visitor Wednesday.
W can?!“ events department of
0' WW’S Club will meet Fri
‘7' member 8 with Mrs. George
$03019 met at the home of.
b 1. 8. McDonald Monday with
fliV‘ 9 Hanson as assisting
tug! WaniamsOn and son,
mid imasket, are visiting this
glint her mother, Mrs. H. Bur
?m of friends gave Mr. and
I" s'l smith 9. oharivari at their
7W at Riverside Drive Saturday
an”. i
”no 'mwnsend club will hold a.
“uh! meeting at the hall at 7:30
W evening. All members are
“d to be present.
m Mp Blue Birds will meet
m. its: We:
, . n. Each
w is 85k€d to bring her em-
Whoops to this meeting.
Richard J. Bates
Republican Nominee For
State Representative of
the 16th District Asks:
Do you want a representative in
in State Legislature who is op~
”home surrender of your rights
mule beer handlers and the Cali
ml: wine interests?
As a candidate and nominee, I
m: opposed to any intrusion or
Nuance in our State Govern
ment by mt-of-state interests or
hell parties who would turn our
site government to their own sel
!hh ends. .
VOTE FOR
STATE REPRESENTATIVE
16th District
lichaxd l. Bates"..-
Bestes fl Grocery
Now is a good time to start doing all your food
Shoppmg at Bestes. Quality, Service, Price.
Specials for Fri. & Sat., Nov. 1 & 2
P Gddß
llMl’Kll Solid Pifik,2l/2,s 3 for 25¢
FORMAY, Premium Shortening, 3 lb. .--..-.--...45c
GREEN BEANS, Silco Cut, 3 cans -....-....-.....25c
SOAP GRAINS, IGA Quality, 2 boxes ..--..-.....29c
Wresh cubes, all kind, Ib. ..-...-.39c
S .
Brown Sugar Gfi‘geanst’ 3 113$;ch
IVORY SOAP, all purpose, 3 bars __-__-_..._.-.--16c
COOOA, Our Mother’s Hi Grade, 21b. -.---.-..---11c
MILK, Morning or Darigold, 3 cans .-......-...-.-210
Wm box; 2______boxes ----19 c
noun) om 33:13:: 9 lbs. 39c
PANCAKE FLOUR, Centennial, package -...23c
SYRUP, IGA, pure cane and maple, 5 lb. --------49c
CORN & PEAS, Seaport Quality, 3 for _,.__._--_27c
WB, crispz snappy, 2 pounds 25c.
WFFEE Eé¥l32362°s° 2 lbs. . .~. 51c
" 1("113%.1up0um15........................
géésnowm Cake Flour.'package 23c
DOGSLATE. Baker’s Semi-Sweet, 2 for 25c
x 001” Kennel Chlb. 5 cans for .25c
M °I(.
Em séré’t’gflfifé‘rcv‘éii‘l‘e 1b... . 23c
‘___—*l
333:3!) CHEESE, “it’s fresh,” pound :3:
BOElNTEAK',‘W"’9oonomical.pound 250
“13813811. lean.tasty,2pounds 25c
'\RICK‘S' "Carsten’S”—each
ORANGES Sygfifst 2 Dozen 35c
lE'rr ....1..10c
0 UCE' .Crisp‘ 10931, 3 for ....................-::...'.....19c
NIGNS.MiId. good keepers, 10 pounds 10c
NIPS, SW9“. tender, 4 pounds __
WE HONOR. ORAIIJGE AND BLUE STAMPS
~Just Phone 251 for FREE DELIVERY——
Burke Hausohild, a W. S. C. stu
dent, was a week-end visitor here.
Mrs. W. S. Washburn entertained
with a luncheon honoring Mrs.
Ada. Green of Puyaalup. There
were eight guests present.
C. A. Greene, {rincipal of the
junior high school eceived news on
Wednesday of his promotion as cap
tain in the infantry reserve.
The fourth circle of the Women’s
society of Christian service will hold
its annual bazaar and cooked food
sale on Saturday, November 9.
The Kennewick Business & Pro
fessional Women’s club will hold a
joint dinner meeting with the Pasco
club Monday evening, November 4.
The second circle of the Women's
Society of Christian Service will
meet with Mrs. C. H. Yedica on
Thursday, November 7, with Mrs.
H. A. Linn and Mrs. V. W. Bird as
assisting hostesses.
Seventeen Rainbow girls attend
ed Friendship night in Walla Walla
Saturday evening. Mrs. Lottie
LampsonLE. S. Black and Mr. and
Mrs. R. E. Reed accompanied the
girls to Walla Walla.
Superintendent and Mrs. E. S.
Black entertained members of the
school faculty with a tea between
four and five o’clock this evening
at their home. Mrs. Julia Hemen
'wafl' presided at the tea table.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bandt arrived
Friday from Fort Wayne, Indiana
and are house guests this week at
the home of her aunt, Mrs. E. F.
Reese. The visitors plan to leave
Saturday for their return trip.
The St. Paul’s Guild will meet
with Mrs. M. G. Helm on Thursday,
November 7 at 2:30. The Guild has
been busy this fall sewing on Red
Cross articles. They recently ship
ped twelve dresses and six sweaters
to Yakima.
Mrs.‘ Jim Austin and Mrs. Don
Coates were hostesses to a bridge
party at the Coates home this after
noon. Three tables were in play
with Mrs. Gene Anderson receiving
high and traveling prizes and Mrs.
Bert Wilson, low. '
The Missionary society of the
Christian church will meet Thurs
day, November 7 with Mrs. H. H.
DeHaven. The ladies of the Pasco
church will entertain the Kenne
wick ladies at the Pasco church
with a luncheon Friday.
Mrs. W. S. Hulet was among the
265 visitors registered for Parents’
Visitation which was held last
week-end at Whitman. A series
of informal meetings with the fac
ulty and various social events were
provided in an effort .to help .the
parents become acquainted with
college life.
The 0. E. S. chapter at Hanford
entertained their husbands, the
Kennewick chapter members and
their husbands with a dinner fol
lowed by an evening enjoyed play
ing various games. Bridge prizes
for the evening went to Mrs. R. E.
Reed and Mr. Piper; pinochle to
Mrs. Floyd Hutchins and Ed Frauen
and in Chinese checkers to Mrs. J.
H. Evett of Hanford. Three carloads
of Kennewick people attended the
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THE KENNEWICK. (WASH) COURIER-REPORTER
Mr. and Mrs. Lane K. Larson
spent the week-end visiting in Spo
kane and Post Falls. Idaho.
Mr. and Mrs. Julius Jenson of
Walla Walla were Sunday guests at
the home of Mrs. 'l'. w. Payne.
The Misses Dorothy Ridley and
Barbara Jones, teachers in the
Prosser schools, were week-end visit
ors here.
F. S. McClure received the news
of the death of his only sister,
Mrs. Goodbar of Colorado Springs
Monday.
Mrs. L. W. Soth of Seattle stopped
here Friday to visit friends enroute
to a visit at the home of her son
in Spokane.
Mr. and Mrs. Emery Asbury and
son Frank of Puyallup were week
end guests at the home of their son
and brother, Charles Asbury.
Miss Kathryn BroWn, who is
teaching this year in Sedro Wooley
and Ralph Barber of Seattle visited
with friends in Kennewick Satur
day. .
Clarence Eakin of the Associated
Oil Company in Yakima, was 8. Ken
newick business visitor Wednesday.
Mr. Eakin is a former Kennewick
resident.
' Mrs. Ada Green is leaving for
‘her home in Puyallup this week
\end after spending the past two
{weeks visiting at the home of her
ibrother, Frank Green.
1 Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Belair, ac
companied by their son Junior
and Clarence Hampton and Gene
wWhittemore motored to Pullman on
Saturday, where they attended the
‘ Oregon-W.S.C. football game.
Mr. and Mrs. Vane Wilder and
family, and the Misses Hazel Bur
dett and Verdella Mueller attended
the Willamette reunion dinner,
which was held at the home of Rev.
Hammond in Sunnyside Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Holcomb have
received word of the birth of their
first grandson to Mr. and Mrs. Ran
dolph W. Murphy in Seattle on
Wednesday, October 30. The new
arrival has been named Randolph
Holcomb.
The American Legion Auxiliary
will hold an all-day meeting at tne
home of Mrs. Ben Van Patten with a
pot-luck luncheon at noon. Work
will continue on the quilt which
will be given away and each mem
ber is urged to be present. u _
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Ferrell and
son Mike were Sunday guests at the
{Penney Ferrell home. Mr. Ferrell
returned to their home in Walla
Walla, while Mrs. Ferrell and son
went to Benton City for a visit at
the home of her parents.
Alma Chapter, 0. E. 8., will meet
for its regular business meeting on
Tuesday evening, November 5 at 8
o’clock, after which the Rainbow
Girls will furnish entertainment for
the evening. All members and visit
ors in the community are invited to
attend.
Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Masters are
planning to leave the first of the
week for the coast, where they will
spend the winter months visiting
with their son. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest
Huber, who purchased the‘ Masters
house recently, will move into their
new home this week-end.
Bonnie Mcßeynolds and Mar
garet Garber entertained with a
Halloween party at .the Garber
home Wednesday evening.
Mrs. Wallace Preston attended the
Finley Pinochle club at the home of
Mrs. Henry Jacobs in Kennewick
Tuesday. -
Ed Lape ’Wasa business visitor in
Odessa. Tuwday. _
Phillip Foraker, a student 01' WB.
C. visited over the week-end at the
home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
W. L. Foraker -
Mrs. T. B. Hauschild. Mrs. C. F.
Winkenwerder and Mrs. E. S. Mc-
Donald were hostwses to two des
sert bridge luncheons which took
place on Friday and Saturday aft
ernoons at the home of Mrs. Mc-
Donald. The rooms were very at
tractive in autumn flowers. Seven
tables were in play Friday with
Mrs. P. 0. Stone, Mrs. Chas. Powell
and Mrs. Odin Staley receiving high
second and traVeling prizes respect
iVely. Five tables were in play Sat
urday with Mrs. Elmer Olson, Mrs.
Leroux of Pasco and Mrs. Howard
Beste winning the prizes.
Local Ladies Receive
Achievement Awards
W. HORSE HEAVEN—Attending
the Achievement day activities in
Benton City were: Mrs. Z. Perrault,
Mrs. Frank Smith, Mrs. E. H. Mc-
Bee, Mrs. Maurice and ,Mrs. Clin
ton Mcßee, Mrs. J. Tomaske, Mrs.
J. Tomaske, Mrs. Hugh Bell and
Mrs. Guy Travis. In the hobby ex
hibit were a what not collection be
longing to Mrs. E. H. Mcßee and a
collection of a scrapbook was the
other entry. Blue ribbon winners
in the cake contest were Mrs. D.
L. Henson and Mrs Guy Travis,
with red ribbons going to Mrs. J.
Tomaske and Mrs. E. H. Mcßee.
Mrs. Frank Smith was the general
chairman on the luncheon com
mittee.
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Battson were
week end guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Dennis Henson. Mr. and Mrs. Batt
son formerly lived in this com
munity. .
Tuesday evening dinner guests of
Mrs. E. H. Mcßee and Mr. and
Mrs. Clinton Mcßee were Cliff Har
rison of the Seattle Star and Fred
die Hutchinson of the Detroit Ti
gers. Monday the boys had gone
hunting pheasants together.
Mrs. E. H. Mcßee entertained as
guests Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. C. E.
McAnley and daughter, Phyllis of
Prosser, Mr. and Mrs. John Christ
ian and Edwin and Everett Christ
ian of Sunnyside.
Mrs. Edward Tyacke and Mrs.
Guy Travis were dinner guests Sat
urday evening of the Hugh Bell
family.
Bean Freezing Process
Nears Completion Here
BENTON ClTY—Preston Brooks
and Ed Jacobson finished Saturday
the picking of their five acres of
Burpee stringless beans. Thm beans
were sold to the Hershey Frosted
Foods, Inc. and frozen at the Big Y
plant in Kennewick.
Harvesting of the green lima bean
crop contracted by Hershey’s was
completed last Thursday. The Walla
Walla Canning Company finished
the harvest of their lima bean crop
in this community on Tuesday.
The condition of C. A. Lupton
seriously ill at his home in the Cor
ral community, remains about the
same. -
Mrs. Harry Fleming was hostess
Tuesday afternoon to the bridge
club. Mrs. Robert Johanson held
high honors and Mrs. I. M. Hartman
second high. Mrs. Rolf Anderson
was a guest. The November 12
meeting will be with Mrs. Robert
Johanson. '
Lavelle Plotner of San Bemardino,
California came Monday to visit
friends, Lavelle, who is employed in
the Southern Pacific car shops, is on
a month’s vacation, the shops hav
ing shut down because of the short
age of material due to the govern
ment, having preference on all ma
terials for the defense program.
. Mrs. Harry Kendall returned
Tuesday from Walla Walla. where
she visited since Friday with her
mother, Mrs. Margaret Knudson.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Culp return
ed Tuesday from a month’s motor
trip. They visited their daughter,
Mrs. H. W. Hogue and family and
their son, Alva Culp, in Long Beach.
California. Returning home by Col
orado they visited relatives of Mrs.
Culp’s.
M. W. Roop and son, John, will
leave Friday for Portland to bring
Mrs. Roop home after a two week’s
visit with relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Crutcher and
family moved Monday to a ranch on
the Rdverroad near Kennewick. The
Crutehers have lived two years on
the Dvorak ranch on the Highlands.
Miss Earline Short of Wapato and
Dean Van De Venter of Yakima vis
ited the Kiona-Benton high school
Friday. Both are former students._
Elm Cook and Earl Warren of Kl
- passed their final examination
for enlistment in the aviation divis
ion of the U. S. army at Spokane
last Thursday and Saturday left for
Marsh Field, California, where they
will receive training as ground me
chanics.
The Youth Temperance Council
met Wednesday evening with Mar
jorie Grending. Co-hosteses were
Mrs. Glen Grending and Anna Mae
Brooks.
Willis Finley and Whitney Hub
bard employed at an apple ware
house in Tieton were Benton City
visitors Sunday evening, bringing
a deer which Finley killed Sunday
near Cle Elum.
Mr. and Mrs. J. 1!... Drum and
granddaughter, Nita Church of Ki
ona, visited relatives in Pullman on
Saturday.
Weather is Ideal
for Wheat Seeding
LOCUS'I‘ GROVE The Horse
Heaven farmers, who have not al
ready seeded their wheat began
this week. The weather is idea! at
this time for,,seeding due to the re
cent rainfall. Some of the wheat
which was seeded two weeks ago is
already out of the ground due to the
warm days and cool nights and the
moisture. -
Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Simmennk are
the parents of a daughter born Sat
urday at the Pasco hospital. She
has been named Carol Lynn.
The DuPonts control a fortune es
timated at five billion dollars, of
which 6565000000 is in stock of 200
different corporations, which in turn
control General Motors Corporation.
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' will make it easier to keep 90-
ing-at top speed ,day in, day out.
Richmond Brothers
Implement Co.
IOHN DEERE CATERPILLAR
Friends Give Newlyweds
Old Time Charivari
HIGHLANDS—A group of neigh
bors and friends met at the home
of Al Smith on the River Road on
Saturday evening to honor him and
his new bride with an old-time
charivarl.
l Billy Green. George Yoshino. Ken
!neth Perkins and Douglas Sloan
motored to Prosser Saturday with
\Coach Walters, where they played
in the “Speed Ball" tournament.
Kennewick team tying River View
for second place.
Word has been received by rela
tives that Wilson Preston. who has
been seriously ill in the hospital in
California, has recovered sufficient
ly to be removed to his home. His
many friends here wish him a
speedy recovery.
Grange Auxiliary to
Sew Quilt at Meeting
FINLEY— The Auxiliary of the
Finley grunge will meet Wednesday
afternoon, November 6th at 2:30 at
the home of Mrs. William Pdert. All
lady members of the Finley grunge
are asked to be present. Please
bring all quilt blocks to this meet
ing.
Finley grunge will meet Thurs
day. November 7th at 8:00 pm. The
lecturer is asking all members to
bring old pictures of themselves
for a guessing contest.
Mr. and Mrs. William Wilson
of Hover and Mr. and Mrs. Leo
Giasner of Pasco were Sunday din
ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clint
Glassner.
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Ayers and Mrs.
J. Beegle attended the all-day meet
ing of the Women’s Society of
Christian Service in Kennewick on
Wednesday at which time they help
ed complete a quilt which the di
vision was quilting for one of its
members. -
Mr. and Mrs. Grant Hylander of
Rio De Janerio were visitors of
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Perkins Thmsday.
Mr. and Mrs. Dan Gerber and
Shurfine French Dressing, 8 oz. 12c
Shurfine Milk, 3 tall cans . . 21c
Sunhaven Tomato Juice, 46 oz. 19c
Tomatoes, std. solid pk., 2% tin 10c
ihmlg‘iine Gelatine Dessert, 3 pk. 14c
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QUALITY MEAT
Armour’s’ Sliced Bacon, lb. . . . . .25c
Pork Chops, lean rib or loin, lb. 23c
Sirloin Steaks,lb. ..............25c
Pork Sausage, lb. ..............15c
Bacon, any sizepiece ...........l9c
Fresh Salmon, half or whole, lb. 15c
Lamb Steaks, pound ..........25c
Kraft’s Cottage
. CHEESE, lb. ”15¢ .
Please Phone Orders for Delivery Belore 11:30 am.
MS DgNALa D’s GROCERY
. .P/lantggops
Cheerful Service or Self- Service
I
- Low Prices -
and the best of foods await your
' approval
wnnn Q'I‘AMDQ ARE SAME AS CASH
Richer
Smoother
Better
Quart 29c
1' H E
EVE RY
punpose
SUGAR
MADE IN
ASHING‘I’ON
10-1 b bag
57c
100 lb $5.49
_
WE WANT to fill this page with good nowsy Items
every week. You can help us. When you know an
item of interest. tell us about it pormmally. or by phono~
we'll ' eclate It. Phone No. One-thle—One.
sons Donald and Steve were busi
ness visitors in Pasco Tuesday.
Mrs. C. Schmelzer visited Wed
naday with Mrs. Carl Walk.
A large cmwd attended the “Mu
sic of Today" program at the Pin-
ToTheVotersof
KENNEWICK...
Alfred Amon
We feel that his past record as mayor was
very satisfactory and he has promised the
same type of service. The reduction of the city
debt, without the curtailment of service, is a
very outstanding record and he should be re
turned to office.
S.F. Mayonnaise
Quart .........39c
Tastewell Nipp
Quart .........27c
S.F. Peanut Butter
Best mud» 2:lwa
Shurfine Baby Foods, 3 tins . 25c
Shurfine Cranberry Sauce . . 15c
Shurfine Mince Meat, 2-lb. jar 29c
Shurfine Mince Meat, bulk, 2 Ib. 25c
§lllg££glhs~ Flour, 49-lb. bag . $1.39
Fakinggl'gueflour, 49-lb. bag . $1.19
Poppy Flour, special . . . . $1.23
We Have Petitioned
to run again for
Mayor
By his Supporters who prevailed
on him to file.
FRUITS 6- VEGETABLES
We feature Kennewick Fruits and
Vegetables—these items home grown
Lettuce, lg. solid heads,3for .lOc
Turnips, tender and sweet, 2 bu. ..5c
Tnmips,bulk,spounds .........lsc
Rutsbagas,spounds ...........15c
Parsnips,4pounds .............l9c
Apples, 7 pounds ..........25c
ley hall Saturday evening put on :
the River View High School glr.‘
club. and directed by Miss Sara
MoCurdy.
Mrs. William Wilson visited on
Tuesday with Mrs. Harry Benson.
am I
. FréshGround
Pound ............22c
Vacuum Packed
SPECIAL
Pound ............25c
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