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Iv. December 19, 1940.
LITTLE STORIES OF THE WEEK ‘7’ .- I? and Mrs. Frank Mason were I W Lllß Wang Tuesday. G lam Johnson is confined home an net with an attack of the w Beamer of Toppenish was . in! wt, at the James John mW' ' VII” Tooke of Spokane was a "ex-end guest at the home of his ”I, Mrs. D. 0. DB},- m p, Iv. Morton fell down the ent stairs Sunday and re m! ‘Wes, but no serious in- Wmmmmmmwwwmmmmma :QBESTES E G ROCERYg 53 a Olives, Span. stuffed, lg. ea. 25c a Miracle Whip, for salad, qt. 33c a ggggggglzgmall cove, 2 for . 23c a Ripe Olives, huge jumbos, (:11. 25c a a a We Take This Opportunity of Wishiug You and ~ Yours ' A Very Merry Chrlstmas and for those good things to eat, thos se extras that add umpf to your din ner, you can do BEST AT BESTES. __ CANDIES Chocolates, 2 lb. . . .19c Hard Mix, 2 lb. . . . .19c Gum Drops, 2 lb. . . .19c Orange Slices, 2 lb. 19c Chocolates, 5 lb. . . .89c Chocolates, 1-lb. box 29c Rum & Butter Thins Pound 25c Swansdown FLOUR, package 25c Corn on the Cob, Niblet, jar . .23c MARSHMALLOWS, cello, 2 —25 c CHEESE, Kraft, all kinds, 2 Ib. 59c QMIXED NUTS ﬁfsm‘ﬁsu 2 lbs. .39 gPEAS Tinaivseaiifze?’ z CANS .25 g Cranberry Sauce - Z Cans .29 g DATES Datesgi§ear233§l§carce Two lbs. .25 g PEARS, Salad Halves, Seaport, can . . .18c COFFEE GRAPES,f Id, ..;.....10 g GELATINEﬁrIzg?:n::,Z pEZEages ....19: I A ‘°°“ °"’ 211???“ ‘° “” “ l n FLOUR, Silver Leaf, 49 pounds ...... .$1.39 Lb. fresh ground ~23c __-__-,_,T, , _ SYOU CAN DEFEND 0N US FOR CRISP, FRESH VEGETABLES ' S t, J . 220’ 3 CHANGES 21/2 3172:? in 811111531)ng :ag I u I a I 7 143 @ LETTUCE, solid, crisp .... .. . .8c . g CELERY, as marked,. . 15c to 20c a CAULIFLOWER, Snoball', ea. 18c - _ JAP ORANGES, 9 lbs. net . .$1.09 5 ————————-—;——-—-—-— m gGRAPE-FRUIT £2,223,333: Doz. . .35 a gBACON, “Premium,” lb. .-....29c OYSTERS, fresh, pint .......25c a POT ROAST, blade cuts, lb. . .20c BEEF ROAST, prime ribs, lb. 22c 1 g PORK ROASTS, lb. .... .....16c HAMS, 1/2 or whole,lb. .......26c a ETURKEYS WEEK?” Fryers and Hens; a Phone early for best selection on your order will be promptly filled with a QUALITY FOOD .. g JUST PHONE 251 FOR FREE DELIVERY 2 FREE! FREE! FREE! Xmas Eve We Are Giving Away Absolutely Free a Beautiful . 3}: R M s rn‘. Walnut Veneer Ask for your free ticket with each $1 cash purchase or paid on account __________________;_— COME IN AND SEE OUR BIG ASSORTMENT OF GIFTS AND COMPARE OUR PRICES ____________.._._——————- I . Waslungton Headware & Furniture Co. These Prices Good Until Christmas Eve Mr. ‘and Mrs. Carl Phillips of Yakima were week-end guests at the A. T. Belair home. Mrs. Ida Bunts returned today from Chicago, where she spent the past three weeks visiting. Mrs. Ree Moßeynolds and infant daughter were brought home from the Pasco hospital Monday. 'Mr. and Mrs. Burns Brown and two children are confined to their home this week with the flu. ' Miss Phyllis Oliver arrived today from Portland to spend the holidays at the home of her parents here. Karo SYRUP, Red Label, 3 lb. 290 PUMPKIN, Gold Bar, 2 l/2’s, 2—l9c COCOANUT, fresh bulk, lb. . .25c SUGAR, U & I cloth, 10 lb. . . .57c , GRAPEFRUIT, Tex. Pink, 4—25 c APPLES, Delicious, box .. . . . .79c I TOMATOES, sol. hot house, lb. 19c CARROTS, crisp, washed, 3'lb. 10c The Fourth Friday club enjoyed the annual Christmas party «today at the home of Mrs. Lottie Lampson. The Baptist circle will meet on Thursday, December 19 for a work meeting at the home of Mrs. A. G. Evett. Miss Alice Bose is leaving this week-end for San Jose, California, where she will spend the holiday vacation. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Pue of Yakima and _Miss Rose Dessallier of Moxee were Sunday guests at the A. T. Be lair home. 'EHE KENNEWICK. (WASH) COURIER-REPORTER Dick Gravenslund is ill with the mumps this week. Miss Lorene Rauscher is Spend ing today in Spokane. The Needle club will meet Friday at the home of Mrs. C. E. Cope land in Pasco. . Mrs. Paul Spreen returned home Tuesday from a visit with relatives in Tacoma. George Hartje has recently pur chased the Holmes house on second avenue and plans to begin remodel ing it soon. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Eakin of Yakima visited with friends in Ken newick and Pasco Tuesday and Wednesday. Killmre Club met with Mrs. Chas. Spears this afternoon with Mrs. H. S. Whitbeck and Mrs. G. A. Purdy winning honors. Miss Elizabeth Story, Mary Mar garet Brown and Willis Taylor, Whitman students arrived home to day to spend the holidays. Leigh Beamer was able to return home from the Pasco hospital today following his recent operation and is recuperating satisfactorily. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Knowles and infant son were week-end visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bentley Galligan in Redmond. Oregon. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Swayze have received the news of the birth of a son Saturday to Mr. and Mrs. Jack Swayze, who are nowiin Seattle . Give thanks that you live in a country where you aren’t forced by laws, to wear the ties your wife picked out for you for Christmas. g. is 2gg :2 .%g g 3 FOR RENT—last of January. 6- room modern house on Kenne wick Avenue. Stoker furnace, ga rage, good shade and lawn, close In. A. W. Leibel. 38’s! FOR SALE—In Richland. 5-rootn house, 4 acres of land. Small cash payment, easy terms, also 28-acre ranch, close in. Fred P. Freeman. tf FOR SALE -- Purebred - Chester White weaning pigs, J. (P. Long, Kennewick, Rt. 1. ' * FOR SALE—Good fat geese. C. Christensen, phone 25x10. 381) GIRL WANTED—Must be honest. good appearance, no experience necessary other than general house keeper. Write Box D, c/o this of fice. 38c Home-made CAKES To Your Special Order Angel Food, Lady Baltimore and three-layer cakes ___—sl.oo Pineapple Fluff, Devils Food, Daffodil or white cakes _..—Bsc Choice of fudge or marshmallow Irostings. Write or See Mrs. Carl Anderson COMDIERCIAL HOTEL PASCO ‘ L II'Y'VNII-Yl—l'l'-,‘.VLK4‘I.III ”Evaluating-imam: a} M - 9 ﬂ/ ‘l\\ ,/ IK/AW IKYSSEIRZ ~ 3i vat/2117”” 0‘” - '-( Peter loßßE°Boris KARLOFF “ Belu weosu - He|en PARRISH \ R .and KAY KYSER’S BAND \\ a ’l}: 5 1 i”- ' ‘ *a" +__ a: €5- > .\ MICKEY £3; ; \ MOUSE Cartoon Starts Christmas Day At 1 P. M. And a. Merry Hit It Is Mr. and Mrs. Ottar Brue are the parents of a son born Sunday at the Pasco hospital. Both mother and baby were brought home today. Mrs. Charles Fox. who is visiting with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Day. spent the week-end visit ing with her sister. Mrs. Everett Hy len at Bremerton. The Library Guild met Monday with _Mrs. Cora McKain at which time the members enjoyed their an nual Christmas turkey dinner and exchange of gifts. Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Hudlow left Tuesday for southern Missouri where they will visit with Mrs. Hudlow’s father, who is quite ill. They plan to be gone six weeks. Mrs. Cecil Tindall was honored with a birthday party by members of the Safeway store personnel at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. 3. Austin Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Orvel 'lierril arriv ed Wednesday from Los Angeles. California. where they have been spending the past two months and will make their home here. The College club. composed of both Kennewick and Pasco members enjoyed a turkey dinner dance at the Arrow Grill Friday evening. i There were twenty couples present. M. M. Moulton went to Seattle. Monday to bring back Mrs. Moulton who has been visiting there during the past three weeis. Mr. Moulton and Jay Perry were in Olympia on business Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Scott and daughter spent the week-end visit ing at the Gentry Brown home at Camas. Miss Mildred Brown, who has been visiting there. returned home with them. 'Miss Verna Gilbert and her sev enth grade girls enjoyed a Christ maspartywithexchange ofgiftson' Wednesday morning. Some moth ersofthegirlswereguestsatthe party. The annual Highland Xmas party will be held at the clubhouse on Friday, December 27 at 8 o'clock. The usual program including treats and good Old Santa Claus will take place. Dancing will follow with everyone being welcome. 2N0.1t1n329c QUALITY MEAT Sliced Bacon, Armour’s, lb. . . “25¢, gurﬁélarckllmundmduu... e or tea ean,poun c Oysters, mediu‘m‘ Pacifies, p ; MinceMeat,2pounds ...........25c Fresh Pork Liver, pound . . . . . . .10c Prepared Lutefisk, pound . . . .15c Turkeys Geese Chickens Please Phone Orders for Delivery Before 11:30 a. e MED N‘ALn’s- GROC 4'l? _ . ‘ FOODS -v é’PIIaNt 321 '. Shurfine Mayonnaise, qt. 39c Shurfine Mayonnaise, pt. 25c Marshmallow Creme, pt. ir 32c S.F. P-nut Butter. 2-lb. jar 32c Tastewell Nipp, qt. jar . . . .25c Shurfine Mixers, lge. bot. 10c BEVERAGE S.F. Pineapple Tidbits, 9 oz. 10c S.F. Pineapple Juice, 2 tins 25c No. 2 Tina S.F. Grapefruit Juice, 2 tns 19c No. 2 Tins , S.F. Oysters, 5-oz. tins, 2 —23 c Large Oysters, 10-oz. tin . .23c ROYAL CHEF Shnrfine Shrimp, 2 tins . .33c Extra large fancy—apes or dry M Smooth; 3, Shurfine Mince Meat 2-lb. jar—29c 2-lb. bulk 25c ShurfineWholeGreehßeangz-p0undtin...........17c‘ ShurfineCannedPumpkin, 2%tin5,2f0r.1.......19c Monster Gum Drape, Chocolate Drops or Hard Mix Societe Brand Candy,2p0m1d5'.......'.,,...._.-1......25c ’Nuts,fancymix,nopeanuts,2pounds ......._......39c WE WANT to on this page with good new-1y Items every week. You can help us. When you know an Item of interest. tell us about it personally. or by phone—— We'll " acute It. Phone No. One-Double-One. The Business and Professional Woman's Club will have a potluck dinner and Christmas party with exchange of gifts Thursday evening at the home of Miss Marguerite Berry. Mrs. M. 8. Kinkaid returned home Friday morning from a two months' visit with relatives in Kansas. Mrs. Kinkaid plans to leave Friday ac companied by her daughter. Mrs. Glenna Nelson and daughter. Shir ley Ann. for Junction City. Oregon. where they will spend the holidays with the monard Kinkaid family. g- . . . land with it the chance to remember all a g the friends we’ve served throughout the year a 3 a with a few sincere words: May your holidays 2 ‘-. be very happy! 5 2 i; J. C. PRAT T a g GARAGE a memmmwwmwwwag Grocery Values for the Holiday NO NEED TO SPEND MORE Just Spend MORE WISELY—Here! nmmmmwma 3 Now 3% Comes % Christmas a E FRUITS 6- "EGETA BLES «Bananas, firm, ripe fruit, lb. . . . .6c Oranges, lg” sweet navels, dozen 25c Cranberries, fancy Rowe’s 2 21b. 35c Jap0range5...................98c Entre Nous met Tuesday with Mrs. Wayne Houston. Mrs. R. E. Reed received high honors for the after noon with the hostess receiving sec ond high. Mrs. Rudolph Betcher entertained her sewing circle at her home Tues day evening. A gift exchange was enjoyed by those present. After refreshments were served. which in cluded n birthhy cue in honor of Miss Minnie Reese. the honored member. was given 0. handker chief shower. Mrs. Don Visger won the price for the evening. sums» Coffee Pkg.,freshground P0und........x.....22c Valium Packed Pound ............25c VIKING Ammo-m. Pound ............l9c De-Lish-Us Coffee mechlb. .....25c 5 A“ CC“! I!“ m m