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The Kennewick courier-reporter. [volume] (Kennewick, Wash.) 1939-1949, February 27, 1941, Image 8

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MaYers to-Remain
Here in Kennewick
mGHIANDS—Tony Mayer re
turned last week from a business trip
'to Canada. While there he rented
his farm property. as they have de
cided to remain in Kennewick and
not move to Canada, as previously
planned.
The Highland Bridge Club is
meeting today for a 1:30 dessert
lunch at the home of Mrs. Ells
worth Campbell.
Junior Sonderman returned home
last week after spending the winter
with his aunt Mrs. Julia Whiting
and family in Oswego, Oregon.
Mrs. Stuard Powers had as a week
end guest her brother, who was en
route to his home in Twin Falls,
after spending a vacation with rela
tives and friends in Seattle and
other coast points.
P. M. VanSlyck, Union Pacific
depot agent. returned Monday from
a week-end trip to Spokane.
Miss Betty Sander-man left on
Wednesday for an extended visit
with her aunt. Mrs. Charles Wlble in
Tacoma.
Sim Persinger, who has been a
patient at Pasco hospital the past
ten days, has recovered sufficiently
:0 be returned to his home Wednes
ay.
\figer Drug
Our Regular Prices Every Day
All regular 5c Candy Bars, 3 for . . . . . . . . . .10c
Allregularsoc Stationery . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . ..39c
All regular 5c Chewing Gum, 3 for . . . . . . .10c
Allregularsl.ooßill Folds ..79c
All regular 10c Flower Seeds, 3 for . .20c
All regular SI.OO Hot Water Bottles . .. . . . .79c
Allregular 60c Alka Seltzer ..............49c
All regular SI.OO Halibut Liver Capsuls . . .79c
All regular 5c Lighter Flints, 3 for . . ._. . . . . .10c
Allregular6oc Sal Hepatica ..............49c
All regular 10c Rinso Soap Chips .8c
All regular 5c Fuse Plugs, 3 for .......... .10c
All regular 10c Paper Doilies, 7c—3 for . . . .20c
All regular 10c Paper Kites, _. . . . . . . . . . . .. . .7c
All regular 15c Paper Kites ..............10c
All regular 25c Metro Playing Cards . . . . . . .lsc
All regular 10c Paper Napkins 7c—3 for . . .20c
Double Amount of Trade Slips on All Purchases
every Wednesday and Saturday.
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Arthur «Hooper, who is instructor
in a welding school at Pendleton,
spent Sunday at the Henry Leibel
home.
Mrs. Jake Kleinknecht, who under
went a major surgery operation at
the Pasco hospital last. Friday, is
improving slowly.
Miss Jennie Linden attended a
pinochle party and buffet supper at
the home of Mrs. D. Beinhart in
Kennewick Sunday evening.
the Pasco hospital last Friday, suf-
M. N. Hudnall, who was taken to
fering from bronchial pneumonia,
is recovering and is expected to re- 4
turn to his home the latter part of i
this week,
Mr. and Mrs. William Borgen and
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Brownell of Seattle
and Miss Mildred Borgen of Walla
Walla were visitors over the week
end at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Del Borgen on the River Road. Mrs.
Brownell will be remembered as Miss
Audrey Borgen.
Mrs. Arthur Hooper of Portland
came last week to help care for her
mother, Mrs. Minnie Burris, who
has been very ill at the home of
her daughter, Mrs. Henry Leibel.
She is reported as considerably im
proved at this writing.
Miss Mary Soper, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Hubert Soper, was taken
to the Pasco hospital Tuesday suf
fering with appendicitis.
Actually has
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Jones Assigned as
Private Secretary
1 HIGHLANDS— Collin Jones of
Camp Murray was a week end visit
or at the home of his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Jones. He has recently
been made private secretary to the
high officer.
”iii—rsT—figfiy Higley accompanied
Harry to Washtucna last Saturday‘
1:0 get a load_of__;u_n}ber_. __ _ _ I
The annual Highland Washing
lton’s Birthday dinner was enjoyed'
last Friday evening by a large num
ber of Highlanders and [their guests.
Following the dinner, which was
sponsored by the Highland Woman’s
club, a delightful program was pre
sended by the men of the Highland
Improvement club which was fol
lowed by dancing. I
Mrs. Elsie Walters and Miss Jean
Campbell of Kennewick attended
an all day quilting at the home‘
of Mrs. Al Morgan on Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Lucky of Rich
land were visitors Monday wt the
home of Mrs. Lucky's sister. Mrs.
lEarl Reymore and family.
‘ EBunford Persinger was taken to
the Pasco hospital on Wednesday
where he was operated on for ap
pendicitis. His condition is favor
ab e.
W. s. Green attended installation
ceremony of the district deputy
grand master, I .N. Ingham, in
Pasco Wednesday evening.
Little Hila Morrison,_ daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Morrison is con
fined to her home this week with
the mumps. _ ‘
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Pasche and
family were Sunday dinner guests of
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Smeltzer and
family.
Mr. and Mrs. Ted Watkins enter
tained at a 1:30 dinner and bridge
party at their home Saturday eve
ning. Five table were in play with
Mrs. Blanch Foraker, Mrs. Neva
Watkins and Mrs. Jean Campbell
winning prizes for the ladies and
with Joe Watkins, Ed Brand and
Frank Lampson winning honors for
the men. ‘
Mr. and Mrs .Ted Watkins and
family, Br. and Mrs. Wallace Pres
ton and family and Mr. and Mrs. R.
H. Smalley and family were din
ner guests Sunday at the W. J.
Preston home, the occasion being
Mr. Preston’s birthday anniversary.
Miss Opal Watkins returned to
school Wednesday after being con
fined with the flu.
i Mrs. Aaron Eoraker, who under
went an appendectomy at Pasco has
pital last week, is improving rapidly
and will be able to return soon to
her home.
The Les Amie: Pinochle club will
meet next Wednesday, March 5 at
the home of Mrs. Ted Watkins, with
a one o’clock potluck dinner.
Highland grange is meeting to
night (Thursday) at the club house
for a. 6 :30'dinner to which all mem
bers and their families are invited.
During the lecture hour the high
school band is entertaining.
Burke Buchanan, of Yakima, for
mer Kennewick resident, spent from ,
Saturday. until Wednesday at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Estes.
Clark Taylor, who has spent the
past couple of months in California
attending a vocational welding
school, returned to his home Sun
day. On Wednesday he left on a
business trip to Tacoma.
CAMP FIRE
| The Yokowish Camp Fire Girls
met at the home of their guardian,
Mrs. Chase. The meeting was called
to order by our president, Clarabell
”Johns, the roll call and the min
utes were read and approved by our
secretary, Norma Akers. Some or
the girls who had the fam- ranks,
the seven crafts and their colors and
meanings in their treasure trail book
got a star. They practiced a play
and then the meeting was ajourned.
The Tulip Blue Birds met in the
Magic Ring February 21. The meet
ing was opened with the Creed and
Blue Bird song. The story of the‘
Blue Bird and the habits of the
robin were told by members. A ser
geant at arms, Jeannine Brown, was
appointed. Plans were made for a
hike 'on Friday, February 28.
A few friends helped Mrs. Caro
line Klitten celebrate her birth
day this afternoon. She received
many beautiful plants and flowers
and gifts. Refreshments of co!-
fee and ice cream and a large birtli
day cake presented by A. T. Be
lair were served.
| School Election
001 O 0
We Believe the 40-Mlll Tax Lumt
I
Should Remam-
We believe that if efficiently managed, our schools can be run
without any additional taxes.
If it can be proven that the safety of the children demand it,
new busses should be purchased, but not because other districts
have them.
We also believe, that if new busses are necessary, all dealers
should have an opportunity to bid on them.
We believe that the small children should be provided with
suitable playgrounds and that adequate parking space be pro
vided for the school buses while loading and unloading, so that
the children are not in danger of being injured by passing can.
We believe that good, clean sports, conducted with the inten
tion of developing good sportsmanship and teamwork, are es
sential in a well rounded school program, but are not the main
reason for maintaining schools.
‘ FOR 2-YEAR TERM
J. L. McBAIN -
FOR 3-YEAR TERM
SAM FORAKER
THE KENNEWICK, gym.) comma-3290mm
Gascoigne& Pyle
Real Estate Rentals
RusSell-Stone Rites
Performed Sunday
BENTON CITY Miss Lenore
Russell and Wayne Stone were mar
ried at four o’clock Sunday after
noon at the Methodist parsonage in
Prosser by .the Rev. John Hoff
!man. Mr. and Mrs. James Stone
, (Etta Russell) brother and sister of
the couple attended them.
The bride is the second daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Russell and
received all her schooling here. She
is a member of the 1939 Ki-Be high
' school graduating class. The bride
isroom, son of Mr. and Mrs. John
S‘one, has lived here since the fall
of 1936, coming here from Miller,
55‘. Dakota with his parents. He
is employed at the Rattlesnake gas
:45, where they are making their
"me.
"‘he bride’s parents served a 7
o'r‘ock buffet supper to twenty
three. Besides the bridal party
gum-*s were Mr. and Mrs. John
Stone and family._ Mr. and Mrs. G.
Grading. The Joe 'l‘rlesch and
Ora' Montgomery families and Miss
He'°n Brooks.
MW. Horace Smith and sons.
Davi-I and Donald, of Seattle came
Saturday to spend a. month or
long?" with Mrs. Smith’s mower-in
ilaw, ‘llrs. Herman F. Smith. Don
ald, 11 months, has not recovered
satis’actorily from a siege of bron
chial pneumonia during the win
ter and the doctor advised a drier
climate.
l I Loml people in Kennewick Thurs
day to attend the funeral services
1 for the Rev. Elmer Schwenk were
:- Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Johnson, Mr.
l and Mrs. Erwin Knowles, Mrs.
Mary Brooks, 0. R. Richmond, Miss .
Mary Wolford, Mrs. Frank Dvorak,
Mrs. Fred Grending, Carl Simons, ‘
P. A. Peterson, Mrs. John Peterson,
Mr. and Mrs. M. w. Roop, I. M. ‘
Hartman, Harry Fleming, Mr. and
Mrs. C. E. Rowley and Mr. and Mrs.
Louis Rowley.
Charles Morgan is recovering at
his home from a leg infection. Dr.
M. W. Stevens of Kennewick was
called Friday to attend him.
Mr. and Mrs. Rollo Clark of Top
penish visited Saturday with Mrs.
Clark’s mother, Mrs. Alice Hartman.
Local Legion members in Prosser
Saturday evening to attend the Am
erican Legion banquet were Oral
Montgomery, Joe Triesch, Grady
Wilson, Milford Roop, Argus Hughes,
Ward and Allison Kennedy, Carl
Howard, Lloyd Shoemaker, Harry I
Russell and Archie Fleming. Sev
eral of the women accompanied
their husbands and attended the old
time Scandinavian barn dance.
Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Crawford left
Friday for Seattle to spend the
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Week-end with their son and daugh
ter-m-law. Mr. and Mrs. Bard
Crawford and the new grandson.
William David. who arrived Febru
ary 11. Crawford returned home on
Sunday and Mrs. Crawford remain
ed for a longer stay.
The W.S.C.S. met Wednesday in
‘the church . Their next meeting
‘will be on March 20 with the sec
ond division serving as hostesses. A
tea towel shower will be given.
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Grapefruit
Glenn-Aim I'l3. Pack
20-02. tin 29c
Peaches
Castle Crest in rich
syrup—29m; tins
2tlns . 27c
GRAPEFRUIT
Juice
Town Home
46-oz. tin 16c
Country Home Golden
BantamyCmm Style
Corn '
20-02. tin 10c
Oysters
Blue Plate Small Cove
5-oz. tin 11c
DEL MONTE
Corn
20-oz. tin 10c
Garden Side Green Cut
Beans
IG-01. tin
2tins . 15c
Mush-1 Cream Style
Corn
2 tin???" 15c
Peas
17:: tin 8;:
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16 oz. tin 10c
Stella Matt
Pears
29-03. tins
2 tins . 25c
GUARANTEED MEATS
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Cars'tens PICNICS, lb. 17c
Beef POT ROAST, lb. 19c
Sirloin STEAKS, lb. 25c
Pork STEAKS, lb. . . .l9c
Pork CHOPS, pound 25c
Jowl BACON, pound 12c
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Too Late to Classify
FOR. SALE—Few hundred Muscat
and Tokay grape vines. Carl
Bennett. 48p
WANTED—Painter and kalsommer.
Phone or 118 3rd Ave. 3. In
quire not later that Saturday. 48c
FOR SALE—One team of horses.
Ileßoy Bawem 2 miles west and
1,5 mile north on Highlands.
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SALMON, Brookdale Chum
216-ouncetins 250
SALMON, Fancy Pink Prince Lee 25
216-0uncetin5.................... c
SAURERKRAUT, Stokely’s fancy '0
fine shredded. 29-ounce tins .... .. . . c
TOMATOES, Sun Laden 29
Dozen Tins—sl.ls. Three 28-oz. tins c
DEVILED MEAT, Cudahy’s 3
Dozen—29c. 3'/4-0uncctin5.......... G
TUNA FISH, Biltmore fcy. white '5
meat. Introductory price. 7-oz. tin 0
PINEAPPLE, Libby’s’ Rosedale, full '0
slices. 1%flattin................ 0
GRAPEFRUIT, Smith’s broken seg. 25°
Three2o-ouncetins
PORK & BEANS, Van Camp’s 25
Dozen tins—9Bc. 3 lge. 20-ounce tins G
CORN ED BEEF, Libby fey. quality 20
Campbell’s SOUP, except chicken . 25
and mushroom. Three 10% oz. tins 0
HONEY, Dawson’s pure strained 33
5-p0undtin....................... G
EDWARD’S COFFEE, last chance 20
at this low price. 2.11:. tin 39c. Pound G
MARSHMALLOWS Io
F‘1uffie5tp0und.................. 0
WHITE MAGIC, Makes clothes 290
whiter. Gallon
Oranges, Lemons, Grapefruit
NOW SOLD WEIGHT
ORAN GES, pound 5c
Fancy Sunkist. your choice of ulna.
LEMONS, pound . 8c
Sun“, large in. .
GRAPEFRUIT, lb. 4c
am and»... your choice of dues. .
gouge Appleea‘lo pounds . .25c
Cauliflower, large head . .15c
Snowy white.
Lettuce, large head . . . . . . .6c
Flt-In, «up heads.
Carrots, 3 large bunches .l4c
Mflfirm - 17‘
§E££é£§222’ Pound 29‘
Eliza Lard, 4 pounds 330
Egompofld. . . . 23c
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