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“May, December 5. -940.
V Mmmmn is ill this week with
m. flu.
D A. R. chapter will meet Mon
”: December 9, with Mrs. M. M.
Wm been received that Miss
I“ Neuman is a patient in the
W” street hospital in Seattle.
m Johnson underweht an ap
mey Wednesday at the Pas
”hospttal. '
m Edward Thompson 01' Sunny
”, arrived Wednesday to visit
fill! her husband here. .
It. and Mrs. A. R. Schierman of
We have moved into the Lar
lo Meme on First avenue.
m library guild will hold its
10111151 bazaar in the office of Gas-
W & Fyfe on Saturday, Dec. 14.
The P. E. 0. chapter win meet
'mday evening, December 10 with
m. J. H. Siegfried
m Altar society met Sunday for
it! mum- meeting with Mrs. A. W.
“M Don Brooks was honored
m a shower at the home of Mrs.
g, n. Grafton in Paterson Tuesday.
gnu-e Nous met with Mrs. F. F.
,m mwday with the hostess and
In. A. T. Belair receiving honors.
Alma Dean Wysong of Spokane
3 spending a few days visiting at
me home of her parents, Mr. and
In, M. V. Wysong.
County commissioner Fred Kemp
m in Kennewick Tuesday on bus
has. He was accompanied by the
mty engineer, Hally Strandwold.
Hrs. Howard Day left Monday for
me after visiting at the D. O.
my home. She will leave soon for
Bedding. California, where she will
join her husband.
Rowland Denney, the 11-year-old
m of Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Denney,
underwent an emergency operation
for appendicitis Monday evening.
so is recovering satisfactorily. -
Bestes E Grocery
_----- -_---,I
For All Your Food Needs, Quality, Service, as
well as Price, you will find as many have—you
can do Best at Bestes. Specials for Fri.-Sat., 6-7
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Ens Fine fog-Vgoup 2 cans 123
CORNMEAL, Aunt Dina, yellow, 5-lb. pkg. 19c
COFFEE, Good Morning, top quality, Ib. 23c
CRACKERS, Grahams, 2-pound box ...........23c
TOM & JERRY Batter, “Chevy Chase” pk. 395:
BATES Krimzar gégziity 2 IIIS- 19'
CORN, Seaport, Whole kernel, 3 cans .......-...-35c
BEANS, Silco Cut Stringless,” 3 cans ....-----...25c
CATSUP, 14-02. Nalley’s, 2 bottles ..-----.-....--.29c
SiALADQRESSING, Nalley Saladtime, qt. 29c
Grape?! Juice %§£1&5%13233%-0z..19
CHOCOLATES, Old Fashion, 2-lb. cello -...-.“25c
ORANGE SLICES, fresh, tasty, 2-lb. cello 25c
POP CORN, “Hulless,” it really pops, 31b. ~'-.25c
GRAPEFRUIT, Reliance, 300’s, 3 cans -...-._2‘s_c
"a 6-Box Cart ‘ '
.. tclles Strike Anywhere. Carton.ls
TISSUE, Antiseptic, soft crepe, 51-0113 25c
SALTED PEANUTS, small‘Spanish, pound 19¢
HIKED NUTS.nopeanuts,2 pounds 390
NOODLES,” Bet. Egg, package 190
Sdl ' ’
ORANGES inggsgofiizvels ”oz. .18
liUfI‘ABAGAS, sweet, flavorful}, 3 pounds 19c
WINTER mismérisp, mild; ' gc
LE'l'l‘UCE,large,crisp,icebel-g,mh .43:
owns.U.s.No.l,clothbag,2s pounds
. Arm ,: Wh. W
noon Ragga” 6323 b“. Ib- -23 I"
LAMBCHOPSJeanloinchmpound 25¢
PORK STEAK.meaty,leancnts,pound 17c
IOTROAST,choioe beef, pound 200
manure Shea! brand,4ponnds 29c
For 2 nee Deliveries, 10 am. and"! pm. Just Phone 521—BESTES
Just Phone 251 ~ Free Delivery
Xmas Eve We Are Giving Away, .
Absolutely Free a Beautiful V
Walnut Veneer
Ask for your free ticket with each $1 cash purchase or paid on account
I a
Washington Hardware & Furniture Co.
Word has been received that fun
eral services will be held here Sun
day for Carl Brockoff, former Ken
newick resident who passed away
at Redmond, Oregon. ' -
Mrs. Charles Fox, the former Miss
Irene Day, arrived Wednesday eve
ning from her home in Missouri to
make a two weeks visit at the home
of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. C.
Mrs. P. N. Morton, who has been
spending the past year visiting with
relatives in Ohio and other eastern
states, returned to Kennewick Sun
day and is visiting at the home of
her daughter, Mrs. Vane Wilder. _
Mrs. Don Visger will assist in the
beauty department of' Larry's shop
during the holidays, where she was
employed before her marriage. She
starts work Saturday of this Week.
Kilkare club met at the Floyd
Higley home this afternoon with
Mrs. R. E. Reed as 11%. Mrs. El
sie Walters, a guest of the club,
won high honors and Mrs. Higley
second high. .
The Bethlehem Lutheran ladies
held their annual Christmas sale at
the home of Mrs. John Neuman this
afternoon with Mrs. Don Visger,
Mrs. John Kathman, Mrs. R. Lenz
and Mrs. Basil Shields as hostesses.
Oris Otheim, cousin of Olav
Otheim, proprietor of the local
Western Auto Supply store, arrived
Sunday from his home in Crosby,
North Dakota, for an extended
visit. He was accompanied west by
a friend, Clifford Christianson. .
Members of the Excolentes club
entertained their husbands with a
dinner party at the H. W.‘ Whitta
more home Friday evening. The
evening was spent playing various
games with prizes being received .by
Frank Mason, Mrs. R. E; Reed and
John Smith. Mrs. Mae Shanafelt
of Seattle was a guest. .
Due to the closing of schools the
Junior Legion auxiliary which was
to have met this Saturday, will be
postponed until next Saturday, De
cember 14 when they will meet at
the home of Patsy Sonnenburg at 2
The Misses Therese Thole and
Lena Mains entertained with two'
tables of pinochle at an informal
party Wednesday evening. Prizes
for the evening were received by
the Mises Margaret Hawkins and
Minnie Reese. '
Mrs. Herbert Misner will enter
tain the East Kennewick Women’s
club at the Christmas party Tues
day, December 10 with Mrs. John
Hughes and Mrs. N. P. Davidson as
assistant hostesses. There will be
a program and exchange of gitfs. '
Friends here have received word
that Miss Leda Williams was mar
ried ~Novem~ber2B to Arthur Moran
in Walla Walla, where the young
couple will make their home. The
groom is engaged as cabinet maker
in that city.
Mrs. Arthur Johnson, Mrs. L. R.
Giles and Mrs. George Morton of
Benton City accompanied their hus
bands to Kennewick this evening.
The ladies are guests at the W. C.
Muldrow home while the men will
attend the Irrigation Institute,
which is being held in Pasco. .
Townsend club members are ask
ed to be present at the meeting on
Monday evening, December 9. A
club council composed of 12 mem
bers is to be elected for the com
ing year. This includes all of
ficers of the club. Ladies are ask
ed to bring cookies or cake.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Pierson and
three children of Hood River were
guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
W. E. Johns and Mrs. Pierson‘s par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Linn. On
Sunday a family dinner was served
honoring the out-of-town visitors at
which time covers were laid for 15.
Mrs. Gus Neuman was released
from the Pasco hospital Friday, aft
er being there several days for ob
“N.P."Has A;
Hnlidau Gift
To help you efiioy the Holiday
Season—to a low you more
money for other things, the
Northern Pacific is ofiering—
-1 P for ROUND
1A” are TRIPS
Between points in the Pacific
Northwest on all trains—
‘Dec. 13 to Jon. I
Rotum Limit January 6
Examples on
Round. 1311’ Holiday Fares
. To:- In Luxury Coaches
WALLAgwmA ...........sl.so;
Tourist. Standard
Pullman? Punmans‘ '
Spokane ......M $5.95
Walla. Walla . $2.00 . $2.70
Yakima ......3235 $3.50
Ellensburg .. . .3335 $5.00
Seattle .......$7.40 $9.90
Siding} reduction. .33»... in? in
Washington -oté§iol-I_dlho. *genh h
deepen extra. like: III]! are. ‘
Ask any Northern Pacific .
A gent for details and
- lowest fare to
, any point. ‘
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Route you: Fteigbt “NJ."
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Mrs. E. D. Garrett went'to Seat
tle Saturday, where she is visiting
with her brother, Joe Harris. She
‘plans to be gone two weeks.
‘ Mr. and Mrs. Robert Pace have
returned from a two weeks’ busi
ness trip to the coast.
Frank Mason went to Olympia on
Wednesday to take a state engin
eers examination.
Lowell Miller, fourteen-year-old
son of Mr. and Mrs. James Miller.
was brought home from the Pasco
hospital this evening and is recuper
ating from hisoperation.
Mrs. James Miller has been sub
stitute teacher this week in the
White Bluffs school for Mrs. Ben
Moede, who underwent an appen
dectomy recently.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Cox left on
Tuesday ,for Oakland, California.
where they will spend the winter
months visiting at the home of their
Mrs. J. C. Hogan received word
that her son, W. G. Hogan. who is
in army training at Camp Murray,
is just recuperating from an at
tack of flu and pneumonia.
The Business and Professional
Woman’s club will hold its regular
study meeting Monday evening at
the home of Verdella Mueller, who
will also have charge of the study.
The five Kennewick men who
attended the Pacific Lutheran Col
lege-Gonzaga football game at Ta
coma last Friday saw the most ex
citing game many of them had ever
seen. It was just one gasp after an
other, with the winning score
chalked up with only sixteen sec
onds to go before the _final gun.
Fred Mills, Art Glasow, Ottar Brue.
Carl Edickson and Rev. Carl E. L.
Lucky were the passengers.
Women Catching Up
Washington, D. C.—An increase in
the life of females is reducing the
excess of male population in the J.
S. at the rate of 100,000 a year. Ten
years ago there were 1,500,000 more
men in the country than women; in
five years women will predominate
in the opinion of Census authorities.
Britain. France and Germany all
have more women than men. In the
U. 8. male births outnumber female,
but women live longer.
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F'OR' SALE—House and five lots.
fine location, snap. Box 43, Ken
newick, Washington. 36p
CHRISTMAS TREES, all sizes and
prices. Free delivery. Phane 1031,
Kennewick Greenhouse. 36-39 c
Cedar roping, cedar bows, ever
greens, wreaths, huekleberry, holly.
Phone 1031, Kennewick Greenhouse,
Kennewick. 11 36-39 c.
WANTED—AII kinds of junk, rad
iators; copper, b . aluminum,
batteries and ethget
that extra money 301' h as.
Eichners Tip Shop. F . ¢
FOR SALE—2 used lava-stories.
goad shape, one large heating stove
and pipe, cheap. Am wrecking lame
sedan, chassis, tires, lights, glass
and etc, cheap. Eichner Tin Shop. 3
WILL RENT part of .my fanning
Land on crop shares to responsible
experienced parties. Ell 3. Wester
meyer, M changer, Wash, phone
2073. . ' 366
FOR SALE—Geese, 9.50 dressed,
$1.75 alive delivered. E. A. West
meyer, 'Mottinger, Wash? phone
./W_ fiv—
' BUY " ‘
mom "A
Dependable Dealer
Kennewick Auto Co.
Phone 1..
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% Richmond Bmthers
. Implement Company
Your "caterpillar" Doctor
It's smart business to Iook”un--
der the hide“ . . . when you buy
Under the hood of 0 ”Caterpillar"
Diesel Tractor is a sturdy, econom
ical engine, designed and built
to power a truck-type tractor.
Richmond Brothers
Implement CO.
The Plot-lculture club will hold its
annual Christmas dlnner and ex
change ot gifts Monday at the
home of Mrs. Cora Mcxaln.
Mr. and Mrs Ray Boldt and sons.
accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Glenn
Higley or Pasco motored to Top
penlsh and Wapato Sunday.
g, «Jun: nnnunmc cm ron cums-mus g
a? w - W " 42¢
2.:th s hmgton Hardware;
5 and Furniture Company a"
3-lb. tin . . .47c
Kellogg’s Rice Krispies, 2 pkgs. 23c
Lux Flakes, large package . .. 22c
Borax,package . . . . . . .27c
Boraxo,'can . . . . . ‘. . . 15c
Shurfine Preserves, 2-lb. jar . 38c
Strawberry, Raspberry
| Shurfine Flour
49-lb. bag . $1.39
Pork Sausage, 2 pounds . . . . . . . . .25c
Sficedßacompound ............25c
Roasting Chickens, pound . . . . . .22c
PureLard,pound ...............6c
Please Phone Orders for Delivery Before 11:30 am.
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Mr. and Hrs. C .L. Holcomb left
Wednesday morning for Seattle.
where they will visit until the first
of the week.
Members of the America Legion
Auxiliary will (other at the home
of Mrs. Ben Van Patten many
for an all-(ley quilting.
Cheerful Service or Self -Service
. -Low Prices
and the best of foods await your
- approval
Granuhted Soap“
.2 for . ‘ 37.6
Energy Bleach
quart. . . . . 12c
halfgallon . . 19c
Borax Soap Chips, package . 23c
Shurfilie Gelatine Dessert, 3 for 14¢
GypsySoap,4for . . . . . . 19c
Shurfine Milk, tall, 3 for . . . 21c
Chocolate Drops, Hard Mix, 2 1b.,25c
Lettuce, fancy large heads, 2 for 15c
Carrots, fancy table size, 3 bur:- ‘-. 10c
Oranges, fancy large fruit, doz. 15c
Oranges, medium size, juicy, doz. 15c
Apples, fancy grade, 7 pounds . .25c
The Kenneflck bridge club will
meet Wednesday. December 11 fl :- a
one o'cloek luncheon with Mrs. P a .1
Mr. end ure. 1". A. Wager. dav h
ter June and Tom Doyle. were Sun
dny dinner guest. st the Alfred
Rowen home m um.
Shurfhe '
- Coffee
Pkwtresh ound
Pound .............25e
Pound ............19c

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