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flmy, February 20. 1941-
M Linn is another victim of
m flu this week.
“we niche Williams has the
chickenpox this week.
ms. Urban Keolker and small son
at! m with the flu this week.
mum-d Campbell was a business
miter in Ptossfl Tuesday.
in. and Mrs. Guy Lyons were
coast visitors over the week-end.
3113, Sarah Neel was a week-end
guest at the Harley Neel home.
m. and Mrs. Herman Campbell
”19 visitors in Yakima Tuesday.
The Fourth Friday club will meet
may 28 with Mrs. W. H. Witt.
The Baptist Ladies aid met with
3:; Johnny Hughes this afternoon.
m. and Mrs. Chas. Rader were
W visitors Tuesday afternoon.
ms. M. A. Poster of Hood River
is visiting with Mrs. E. F. Reese this
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Smith moved
Wednesday to their Horse Heaven
Mrs. W. Houston entertained with l
. bridge party in her home Wednes
day evaunz.
Mrs. J. E. Eddings of Pasco en
tertained this evening with a birth
my dinner for Mrs. Clyde Higley.
Guests included Mr. and Mrs. Clyde
males! and Chas. Boyer.
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crackers €33;sz 2 Pounds . . . .15
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Mr. and Mrs. Duane McNall and
Mickey spent the week-end in Spo
kane and Ewan.
Mrs. Fred Stickle, who has been
seriously ill, was taken to the hos
pital Sunday.
Mrs. Ruben Krug of Hood River,
Oregon is visiting at the Joe 01-
brich home this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Richmond and
Jack Johnson visited relatives in
Mabton Sunday.
Bill Kratzer, who is attending W.
S. C. writes he has achieved a place
on the honor roll.
Mrs. R. L. Banta, of Spokane is
a visitor here this week, looking
after her property.
Mrs. Alfred Fall: of Amber, was
here last week visiting her sister,
Mrs. Alvin Vinson.
Mr. and Mrs. John Wooden and
family were Sunday visitors at the
Fred Simmelink ranch.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Wooden of
Prosser was a Monday visitor at the
John Wooden home.
Mrs. E. B. Heister of Tacoma spent
the week-end visiting at the
Claude Babcock home.
Mrs. Harold Whittemore enter
tained the Kilkare club this after
noon. Mrs. Floyd Higley won first
and Mrs. Whittemore second.
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illustrated are optiona at small extra cost.
Miss Betty Manson of Connell is
spending a few days this week with
with Miss Zola Shattuck.
Mr. and Mrs. Anderson of Yakima
were Sunday dinner guests of Mr.
and Mrs. E. S. McDonald.
Mrs. Loy Hodgson of St. Mary’s
Idaho is making an extended visit
at the George Hodgson home.
Carl Williams and Mr. and Mrs.
C. Smull of Pasco were Thursday
and Friday visitors in Spokane.
The Rainbow Girls met Monday
evening in the Masonic hall with
their regular business meeting.
Miss Minnie Reese, Alma Lenz,
Olav Othiem and Carl Erickson en
joyed skiing at Tollgate Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Staley of
Walla. Walla were Sunday dinner
guests at the Odin Staley home.
Orvel Quillen and Mr. and Mrs.
Howard Hay of Spokane were Sun
day visitors at the Quillen home.
A group of friends and relatives
Mrs. Carol Pratt, Mr. and Mrs.
Gilbert Edwards and Mrs. M. Sim
melink were Spokane visitors Tues
The Tuesday bridge club met with
with Mrs. Clarence Yedica. Mrs. F.
Green received high and Mrs. H. R.
Vibber low.
gathered at the Frank Pasche home
in the Garden Tracts Thursday eve
ning to help Mrs. Pasche celebrate
her birthday.
Mary Margaret Brown, Mrs. H.
'E. Oliver, Vicky White and Mrs.
V. W. Bird were Walla Walla visit
ors Wednesday. ‘
Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Quillen and
Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Quillen visited
with the Everett Tyrell family in
Walla Walla Monday.
Mrs. Pat Smith and daughter and
Mrs. D. 150er and son Bob, at
tended the funeral of Mr. Smith's
. father in Seattle today.
' Mrs. Harley Neel entertained .the
Second Circle of the W. S. 'C. S. this
afternoon. Refreshments were serv
ed after the meeting.
The study club met Tuesday with
Mrs. Paul Spreen. Mrs. Jones, who
had charge of the program, gave an
interesting book review.
The general division of the WS.
C.S. met Wednesday at the church
with a potluck luncheon, the first
division acting as hostesses.
The Library Guild met Monday
with Mrs. Harvey White and spent
the afternoon sewing on their aprons
for the sale just before Easter.
Mr. and Mrs. William Neikle of
Wenatchee were overnight guests at
the Brick Oliver home Monday. Mr.
Neikle is Mrs. Oliver’s brother. They
are returning home from a 9000
mile trip over the United States.
A few weeks ago an item in this
paper reported Keith Lechelt as be
ing in an accident. This was incor
rect in that it was Ivan Lechelt.
The Entre Nous met with Mrs. J.
Turner Tuesday with a one o'clock
luncheon. Mrs. Ralph Reed won first
and Mrs. Wayne Houston second.
To interested Grangers there will
be an all-day demonstration of U
8; I sugar and grange flour at the
Vale grange Saturday, February 21.
The Excolentes club will meet with
Mrs. Irvin Liston next Thursday
evening at 7:30. Mrs. Glenna Nel
son will give a paper on “Washing
ton State."
Paul Richmond gave a very satis-
factory demonstration of the use
of a tillabar on the Cheney weed
er on the Bob Simmelink ranch on
Mr. and Mrs. Gus Neuman enter
tained with a dinner Sunday. The
guests included Mr. and Mrs. John
Neuman, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Neuman
and Miss Ella of Seattle.
The Altar Society of the St.
Joseph’s church will sponsor a pin
ochle and bridge party on Friday,
February 21 in the I. O. O. F. hall.
The public is cordially invited.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Sherry enter
tained with a supper bridge Tues
day evening. At two tables with the
men contesting the women the la
dies won three out of four games.
The Olmsted Bridge club met with
Mrs. S. L. Anderson Tuesday. Mrs.
Howard Beste and Mrs. Anderson
won first and Mrs. Anderson won
first and Mrs. Paul Spreen second.
Mrs. Basie Broughman obtain
ed her final divorce decree from
Willard F. Bmughmn Saturday.
February 15, giving her the custody
of the two children. Billy Ray and
Walter Otte, Wilbur Wiegand,
Arthur Pasche, Frieda and Alice
Pasche motored to Hermiston, Ore
gon Sunday to visit with Art Wieg
and, who is employed on a horse
ranch there.
Mrs. E. J. Brand was called to
Moxee City Thursday by the ser
ious illness of her mother, Mrs. A.
C. Gilliland. She returned home
Sunday evening reporting her moth
er improving.
Mrs. L. Dunaway of Chehalis. who
has spent the past three months
visiting with her sister, Mrs. J. C.
Hogan, left Sunday evening for Se
attle to visit her daughter before
returning home.
The American Legion Auxiliary
will meet Wednesday evening, Beb
ruary 26 at eight o'clock at the home
of Mrs. Ora Luddington. Those de
siring transportation meet at Vib
ber-Gifford’s at 7:45.
The Double Deck club met with
Mrs. Ross Willsey Tuesday with
two tables and a dessert luncheon.
Mrs. George Schuster won high, Mrs.
Chet Durdle received low and Mrs.
Opal Libby traveling.
Royal Neighbor club will meet on
Thursday night, February 27 instead
of the regul r meeting night. Meet
ing will be held at the home of Mrs.
and Mrs. Max McClure as hostesses 1
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wenzlaif, Mr. .
and Mrs. Wilton Wieganr, Mr. and 1
Mrs. Frank Pasche spent Saturday
evening at Nels Coult’s to help him
celebrate his birthday. A very de
licious lunch was served by the host
Several ladies from Kennewick
and Pasco including Mrs. A. Cheney,
Mrs. Paul Spreen and Mrs. H.
Copeland and Mrs. -B. Arnold en
joyed a ltmcheon at the home of
Mrs. Lucille Jones in Richland on
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Neuman enter
tained Friday evening with a. val
entine party. Hearts and vocab
were enjoyed. Mr. Neuman played
a few selections on the organ and
later lunch was served.
Mrs John Littley, who has spent
the past couple of weeks visiting
her mot-her, Mrs. Mills, left Tues
day evening for St. Louis, where her
husband has been transferred from
Alaska. A dinner party featured the
farewell party for Mrs. Littley.
y The Samaritan class of the Meth
‘odist S. S. will meet next Friday eve
ning, February 28, at eight o'clock
with Mrs. Carl Williams. The mem
bers are requested to wear some old
style wearing apparel and bring des
sert luncheon for two in a box.
Wayne Smiley, Kennewick, was
one of twenty-five students who re
cently passed final examinations for
private pilot certificates under the
CM program at the State College of
Washington. Smalley. a sophomore.
is enrolled in electrical engineering.
Mrs. Jessie McClure entertained
with a dinner in her home Tuesday
evening. Guests included Mr. and
Mrs. B.‘ J. Campbell and Mr. and
Mrs. Max McClure and son.. The
occasion was celebrating the birth
days of Mrs. Campbell and Max
The Alma Circle of the Eastern
Star will have an all day meeting on
Monday. February 24 at Mrs. C. F.
Winkenwerder’s home with Mrs.
Floyd Hutchins assisting hostess.
A pot luck luncheon will be at 12:30
and the afternoon will be spent in
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Johnson and
daughter. Ruth Ann. leave tomor
row to spend the week-end with
relatives in Salem, Oregon. Mrs.
Louella Goodnight will accompany
them as far as Hood River. where
she will visit with relatives until the
Johnsons return.
Be it ever so humble. almost every
home in Kennewick has an auto
in its garage.
The local W. P. A. Crew. who
have been working near Prosser
started Wednesday to work on the
roads in the Benton City com
i Rev. Elmer Schwenk. pastor of
Hover-Finley and Benton City
churches, passed away suddenly
Sunday morning in his home. Fifty
nine years old, he was born in Macon
County, Missouri and came here
from Rochester. Minnesota two years
ago. He had been a minister for over
thirty years.
The Bethlehem Ladies Aid of the
Lutheran church held a birthday
party at the home of Mrs. George
Hartje Thursday afternoon. The
hostesses were Mrs. Frank Pasche,
Mrs. Carl Pasche, Mrs. Rudolph
Boettcher. Mrs. John Kathman and
Mrs. Albert Zarndt.
M. L. Kippes left Monday evening
for the old home in North Dakota
upon receiving word that his broth
er, Rev. A. Kippes. only had a few
days of life left. Rev. Kippes will be
remembered by a number of local
Catholics. as their relief priest of
several years ago.
The Fourth division W. S. C. S.
entertained with a birthday dinner
on Wednesday. Mural-y 19 at the
church. A one o'clock luncheon. in
cluding an immense birthday cake.
was served. The afternoon business
meeting was followed by games and
The regular meeting of the 1.0.0.
F. met Monday evening and con
ferred the second degree on Ray
Maxfield of Pasco: William Britton
and Robert Gregg. Quite a few
Pasco members attended. Cards and
refreshments were enjoyed after the
degree work. It was decided that
Pasco and Kennewick would go to
Council to the regional district
meeting Tuesday evening.
Soda Crackers, 2-lb. box for . ”19¢:
Shurfine Milk, 2 tall cans for . 15c
Energy Granulated Soap, lg. pk. 19c
Energy Bleach, quart . . . . llc
Energy Bleach, % gallon . . . ,19c
Soflin Towels, 2 rolls . . . . 19c
Preserves, quart jar . . . . 25c
3-lb. tin . . .47c
Pork Sausage, 2 pounds . . . . . . . .29c
PureLard,pound ...............8c
Link Sausage, pound . . . . . . . . . . .25c
Sirloin Steaks, pound ... .. .. . .29c
Fresh Smelt, Halibut, Salmon
Please Phone Orders for Delivery Before 11:39 am,
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Tomato Soup, Campbell’s, 3 for . . 25c
Corn, whole kernel, can . . . . . . 10c
DogFood,Roxy,4for . . . . . . . 23c
Dill Pickles, quart jar . . '. . . . . 19c
Corn Flakes, Shurfine . . . . . . . 10c
Table Syrup, 5-pounds can . . . . 49c
Ginger Snap Cookies, 2 pounds . . . 29c
Red Beans, 10 pounds . . . . . . 47c
Rice, fancy whole, 10 pounds .. . 55c
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Ladies Meet After
22 Years’ Separation
HOVER—Mrs. Bowers from Union
Gap was a dinner guest of Mrs.
C. L. Evans on Monday. It had been
twenty-two years since the women
had seen each other.
John McCoy was a Yakima visit
or on Saturday.
Mrs. Minnie Ashby returned home
Monday. having spent the past two
months visiting relatives at Astoria
and Troutdale. Oregon and Kelso.
Jewell Slaybaugh made a busi
ness trip to Walla Walla Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Ashby came
home Sunday evening for a few
Mr. and Mrs. Scott Rite of Yaki
ma visited at the C. L. Evans home
Carl Evans returned home Tues
day from the Pasco hospital after
a minor operation Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. c. B. Ashby mobmed
to Spokane Tuesday on business.
Audrey and Adelle Slaybaugh axe
home from the Kennewick school
this week. due to illness.
Women's Home Benefit Club post
poned until Ebbruary 24. when it will
meet with Mrs. Austin Schubert as
hostess to an all-day meeting. Pot
luck dinner will be served at noon.
onstrate re-upholstering.
The ladies of the Hover Pinochle
club entertained their husbands at
a pinochle party at the Rex Ashby
home Saturday evening. five tables
of pinochle were played with high
prizes going to Mm. Aaron Gilmore
and Roy Bartholomew and consola
tion to Mrs. H. N. Hampton and
John Nunn.
The young people of the Mouth
Ashby home may evening.
Ancient animus appeared in the
streets during the recent flood in
81111181131. China.
Juice Oranges, medium size, doz. 15c
Radisheslargebunch ...........5c
Green Onions, large bunch . . . . . .5c
Cabbage, fancy solid, pound . . . . .2c
New Peas, pound .............15c
New Potatoes, 2 pounds ........15c
THE ENGINE in 3 Diesel tractor lives
longer on clean fuel. So‘Caterpillar” Ea
siness developed a fuel filter that (1) pa.-
iively clean: our fuel impmitia, (2) .-
quires no legulu cue. (3) tutomatially
warns you when the nbeorhene element
dould be replaced.
Richmond Brothers
Implement Co.
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Pkg, fresh ground
Vacuum Packed
Pound ............26c

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