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The Kennewick courier-reporter. [volume] (Kennewick, Wash.) 1939-1949, December 05, 1940, Image 3

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’ December 15 at 8 pm. at
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BELAIR’S
BETTER BREAD
DON'T FORGET OUR
Delicious Cookies
Kennewick
Bakery
AN IDEAL GIFT!
Eamous Washington Fruits, Nuts, Preserves
Surprise and delight far-away friends with gifts of delicious local
products delivered prompt and fresh by nation-wide Railway Ex
” You can send them as far as the Atlantic Coast for as little as—
2 lbs. or less 286 3to 5 lbs. 356 ‘lO lbs. 626
_‘ls lbs. 934: ‘2O lbs. $1.24 ‘SO lbs. $3.10
‘Rnten to the Mid-West and nearby states are considerably lower.
Ml. LOW RATES NOW IN EFFECT FROM THIS SIOTION TO
”PM"! OF THE UNITED STATES ON APPLES. FEARS. PEACH”!
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5“! attractive rates apply to HOLLY. Fl“! and SEAFOOD!
I‘ll! tell the stores to express your gifts direct. Or we’ll call gt your
(bar and deliver without extra charge in all cities and I)de
m. . . receipt and insure each order. . ,
Fart service protects your shipment en route.
For service or further information phone
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AGENCY INC.
um Pacific Passenger Depot—Phone 671. Kennewick
Northern Pacific Passenger Depot—Phone 642. Wash.
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Lets Talk It Over
Would you be able to replace your
home if fire ruined it? Have you
really enough Fire Insurance to
cover its present value, as well as
all the contents? If you have any
doubts ask our advice . . . there’s no
Charge or obligation whatever.
Gascoigne 8: Pyle
INSURANCE REAL ESTATE RENTALS
215% Kennewick Ave. Phone 1231
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Christmas Gifts
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Tracy Murphy, Verne Osborne, Glee
Meyer and Marjorie LaMott.
Excavation Begins on
New B. C. Meat Market
BENTON ClTY—Excavating the
basement of the new Benton City
Meat Market building was complet
ed Tuesday and the work is now
progressing on the forms for the
basement walls. The first truck
load of lumber was delivered Tues
day evening.
The Kiona-Benton Woman’s Im
provement club will meet December
5 with Mrs. Harry Kendall. Mrs.
Sid Blakley will assist and Mrs. J.
Welch will arrange the program.
W. D. Crawford, Rolf Andersen,
Oscar Hanson and Harold Stringer
were in Yakima Wednesday evening
to attend Scottish Rite lodge and
the banquet at which John H.
Cowles of Washington. D. 0., SUV-.-
erign grand commander of the Scot
tish Rite Masons was honored guest.
The Christmas seal sale'official
1y opened Monday. Mrs. W. A. .De
Good is local chairman and Mrs. J.
R. Ayers of Hover, Benton County
chairman. /
The Red Cross roll call will offic
ially close Saturday. Subscription
lists are at Argus Hughes’ store and
Howard’s Confectionery. The Ben
ton City quota is S6O. Mrs. I. M.
Hartman is local representative.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Triesch had on
Thanksgiving as their guests Mr.
and Mrs. Clyde Conley, daughter,
Shirley, and son, Donald and A. J.
Conley, au of Selah, Mr. and Mrs.
Erwin Knowles. .
Miss Mary Wolford, Ward, Allison
and Paul Kennedy and Miss Anna
Wolford of Kennewick were Thurs
day guests at the E. R. Lewis home
in Dayton.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Decker of
Kiona had Mr. and Mrs. 'W. W. 81-
monton of Presser as their Thanks
giving guests.
Mr. and Mrs. _John Burliss or! Ki
ona were Thursday guests at the
George Burliss home in Pasco.
W. B. mand entered the Pasco
hospital Sunday for medical treat
ment.
Mr. and Mrs. Allen Smith and
family or Kiona spent Thanksgiwlng
with relatives in Yakima.
Highland Ladies Honor
Bride Elect at Shower
me—N. L. Foraker,
Mrs. Gladys Kelso, Mrs. Art Sim
sen, Mrs. Art Glasow and Mrs. Ed
Brand were co-hostesses at a brid
al shower last Friday evening at
the home of Mrs. N. L. Foraker,
honoring Miss Lorraine Giles, who
became the bride of Geo. Melzer on
Sunday. About 40 relatives and
friends were present, the honor
guest receiving many beautiful and
useful gifts. Delicious refresh
ments were served at the close of
the evening.
Mrs. Henry Priggee and sons made
a trip to Toppenish, where they
spent Thanksgiving with Mr. Prig
gee, who is working in the sugar
beet factory.
Mr. and Mrs. Issacs Parks and
family, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Parkhurst
and family of Pasco, Mr. and Mrs.
A. H. Jones and family. Mr. and
Mrs. Harvey Ray and family and
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Meyers of
Pasco were Thanksgiving Day
guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
D. F. Parks.
Word has been received from the
coast of the birth of a four-pound
daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Andy Mc-
Fadden (the former Miss Mabel
Keller.)
The [baby has been named Eliza
beth and is at present being cared
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invites you to shop early fpr gifts that are best appreciaWyodem store.
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Lined Gloves, Pal-m and Parks beautiful assortment of Wee—
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I eat styles. White and head blocked linens.
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. Loafer Coats
Thus coats are all
wool “Puller Wilder"
flannel, just the thing
- for warmth and com
fort over that tailor
ed shirt blouse and to
(o with those flannel
slacks—the COAT
. $3.95
‘ The SLACKS
TV . $4.95
R an 003151131?! size;
I. , $1.95 to $3.95
Alkkinds
Blouses
‘ $1.09 to $5.95
THE KENNEWICK, (WASHQ COURIER-RECRTER
For the
Family Cur
jmaassz
for in an incubator. Mrs. McFadden
who was hurt in a fall previous to
the baby’s birth, is recovering as
well as car? be expected.
Wm. Hbelthe Sells Out
to Visit in Midwest
BENTON CITY—Two real estate
dwls were closed here this week.
Harry Kendall bought the William
Hoeltke cherry ranch and farm
equipment and Don Kerr the Argus
Hughes place vacated last fall by
the Karl Clayton family.
Hoeltke is leaving soon for Ore
gon to visit friends—from there go
ing to lowa to visit his three broth
ers. He will again return to the
west coast. .
The W.C.T.U. met Tuesday with
Mrs. Mary Scott. Mrs. Carl Mont
gomery had charge of the devotion
al program.
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Robbins
and daughter, Sheila of Grandview,
were Sunday guests of Mrs. Robbins’
sister, Mrs. Robert Johansen. Chas.
and John Johanson and F. M. Ed-
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Formals
You men look this list over. Mal: and
afternoon dresses, all sixes. Prlcee within
the reach of every purse. Blocks and colon
—come in and let us help you select yous.
$7.95 and $10.95
and up on this special lot
. Coats
All mama. Good winter costs— a. fine
range of she. and colon. Come in and
select one. o
f 20% OFF {
Hats
All winter hats
reduced—some :54
low as—
sl.oo
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I Bags & Gloves I
A mm}; a .41.“.
hand bags
SI.OO to $3.50 '
Ark gloves—the glove you
can depend on for style
and quality
;_ SI.OO to $3.95
Housecoats
Satin, chenille, suede, flannel. meters. print-
And the new robe net—with robe and 3mm
$1.95 to $10.95
SWEATERS
We have a wonderful assortment, all colors. styles.
sizes—suede and knit
SI.OO to $3.95
Housedresses
By BAXLEY
A fine assortment of cotton
prlnts—all sizes at .
$1.95
Wash silks and feather
flannels—the ever popular
general utility dress tor
| any occasion
$2.95 to $5.95
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Heaters, Radios, Spotlights, Mir
rors, Horns, Fans, Filters, Tool,
Boxes, Wrench Sets and hun
dred of usable gifts.
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Pajamas
Humanism. Inks.
knits, meshed rayon:
$1.95 to $3.95
Gowns
Sauna, prints. knits,
all she.
$1.49 to $3.95
Give her warts, cos
tame Jewelry. com
pacts. collar and cut!
sets. ‘ slips. undies.
bed jackets.
1 Give Her 11088—
Phoenix or Manning
-1 wear—cm:- - Nylons.
\ 79c to $1.35
munson were also Sunday guests at
the Johanson home.
Mr. and Mrs. Glen Grending. Fred
Grending and Harley Sweany of Ki
ona drove to Walla Walla. Sunday.
Glen Grending tool: over a horse
which he sold to the U. S. army.
Local Rebekah lodge members in
Kennewick Tuesday to attend the
district meeting were Mr. and Mrs.
D. L. Hensen. Mr. and Mrs. Erik
Cooper. Mrs. Lois Dimmick, Mrs.
Laura Kendall. Mrs. Amelia Evert.
Mrs. Edith Giles and Mrs. Sigrid
Andersen. Harry Kendall attended
the evening session. Mrs. Giles was
appointed chaplain. Mrs. Dim
mick conductor. The Benton City
lodge seated the district officers in
the morning and the newly elected
officers in the evening. Those tak
ing part were Mrs. Dimmick, Mrs.
Andersen, Mrs. Kendell. Mrs. Coop
er and Mrs. Henson.
Mrs. Carl Grending and daughter.
Katherine of Goldendale left Wed
nesday to visit relatLves at Sunny
side after being guests since Friday
at the Fred Grending home. ..
Ernest Lambrecht was in Pasco‘
Western Auto Supply 5?
OLAV I. OTHEIM, Authorized Dealer 3
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Gifts for Hun...
New Suit
24.50 to 2950 Q
' New Top-Coat
$19.50 to $29.50
The most useful gift. It will be long remembered.
A New Pair of Weyenberg or Florsheim
Every man likes them.
$3.95 to SIO.OO
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‘ Luggage
Give him 1. leather
all! or Gladstone—
Iplit or top tnln
cowhide. study eon
m mule to
last.
$3.95
to
$14.75
Make Our Stone
Your lie-dam
When You Come
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Pajamas
Glam and Fruit 0! the [an
in...” raw “-
$1.65 to $3.95
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Wednesday afternoon to attend
funeral services for his cousin, El
mer Richter.
Mrs. Mary Brooks returned Wed
nesday from a two-day visit with
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Brand in Ken
newick.
Mrs. P. 8. Hedger was how on
Tuesday afternoon to the bridge
club. Mrs. w. A. DeGood held high
honors and Mm. Robert Johansen.
second high. Mrs. J. 0. Howard was
a guest. The December 10 meeting
will be with Mrs. Argus Hughes.
Two barrels of canned fruit are
beingshippedthisweektothenen
coness hospital in Wenatchee.
Mrs. I. M. Hartman returned on
Monday from Elma. where she
spent Thanksgiving with her son and
daughter-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Dean
Hartman. Dean brought her home.
leaving again Tuesday afternoon for
Yakima. where Mrs. Dean Hartman
visited her mother. Mrs. Elizabeth
Holman who was injured Wednes
day in an auto accident enrouie to
Elma. The Hartman’s continued
Wednesday to their home.
Mr. and Mrs. Bert DeGood oi
Gram Army. Men
cnn uni mm
m for the whole family.
50cto$l.00
Shirts Gloves
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loan—w odor- m .94., w.
and Ila-Ital. all ; °flnuflmz
nanny mm mm m;
lint.
$1.65 to $2.50 98c to $3.95
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'Hat
$3.95 and $5.00
I. will lb you for It.
Coulee City were Thursday and Fr!-
day guests of DeOood's parents.
Mr. and Hrs. W. A. DeGood.
James Johnston
will be a candidate
to succeed himself at
_ Columbia
Irrigation
Election
on
DECEMBER 10
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Wool Robes
and
Smoking k
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