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LITTLE STORIES OF THE WEEK
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m 3111 Blair home in the Gard-
Q 1130“ is being remodeled.
The Library Guild met Monday
11th ms, Guy Story as hostess.
if. and Mrs. Joe Glispey were
1’10"“ business visitors Sunday.
1119 Altar Society will meet with
m Joe Olbrich Sunday, April 6.
The Pulllmm students are expect
ed this week for their spring vaca
“a o, Britton was a week-end
W in Seattle to see the flower
”I: and Mrs. Urban Koelker were
Bind" dinner guests of Mrs. Lou
fig Consolidated Freight Lines is
Wing a new concrete loading
Mann. .
m, and Mrs. Basu Clausen of
mane VlSited in Kennewick Wed-
W— .
’11» library Guild Wlll hold its
“you sale Saturday in Gascoigne &,
are office.
was Betty Shaughnessy of Spo
me was a week-end visitor with
mm“.
mer Larson and Max McClure
mended the W. S. C. game in Walla
mil: Friday.
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Bestes E Grocery
...SPECIALS FOR FRI. & SAT., APRIL 4.5 L
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IIAMS 123:3 wifiznder lb. .29
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SWANSDOWICakes De Luxe m. .23
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I CENTENNIA
floun The West’s Beg-1: 49 lb. $1.29
I Pmeapple Juicei’f‘es N°' 1
-oz. Can—EASLH '2B
' Tang Salad Dressinggii‘étQé‘fifiityqt. .29
choc. Mmts Ming Th“ 1 lb. box .19
WE WANT
ASPARAGUS!
---and Pay You for Hauling
WE BUY ALL FRUITS AND PRODUCE AND
PAY CASH. see us FOR ALL YOUR PRODUCTS
PACIFIC FRUIT 6'
PRODUCE CO-
p"'ole 56!
We have a cannery deal and
want all the grass we can
get---we pay CASH and also
your hauling charges. See us
at once if you are interested.
Old GleaéOn Warehouse
7 at Mrs. McKain with Mrs. Guy
Story as hostess.
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Amon were
Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Beste.
Mrs. Ethel Kirkham of Yakima
is spending this week visiting rela
tives in Kennewick.
Walter Newall and Miss Bernice
Barnett were married Friday, March
28 in Walla Walla.
The Library Gu.m will hold an
apron sale on April sth at the Gas
coigne 8; Fyfe office.
Charles E. Oudin and M. C. Math
ews of Portland were business visit
ors here Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Boldt and two
sons spent the week-end at the B. A.
Hall home in Wapato.
Mr. and Mrs. Basil Shields are
the parents of a baby boy born Sun
day at the Pasco hospital.
Mr. and Mrs. R. K. Safford were
Thursday evening dinner guests with
Mr. and Mrs. Duane McNall.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Williams
were Saturday dinner guests with
Mr. and Mrs. Jewel Slaybaugh.
Frank Dudgen of Santa Anna,
California visited over the week
end with Dr. and Mrs. Curry.
Mr. and Mrs. Amos Huskie and
'framily were Sunday dinner guests
I at the Jewell Slaybaugh home.
I The First English Lutheran Sun
lday scholo children enjoyed a hike
and weiner roast last Saturday.
Mrs. Corston Greene entertained
with a birthday party honoring Mrs.
Alyce Trier Wednesday evening.
I C. L. Holcomb lert Friday mom
ing to attend court in Tacoma and
ers. Holcomb is visiting in Seattle.
9 Mr. and Mrs. Claude Babcock Sr.
Irecently moved from their home in
{Pasco to their home in the Garden
Tracts.
! Kenneth Serier. prosecuting attor
|ney, and A. Richter. sheriff, were
gKennewick business visitors Wed
nesday.
Dr. A. H. Wegner was called to
Kendrick, Idaho Tuesday evening
,by the death of his father, Carl
Wegner.
l The Past Matrons and Patrons
Association will meet in Pasco on
{April 9. A covered dish dinner will
i be served.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Sonderman
’are the parents of twin baby girls
I born Tuesday morning in the Pasco
hospital.
| The Rebekah Lodge will have in
litia-tion of officers on Tuesday eve
ning, April 8. All members are urged
I to be in attendance.
I Mr. and Mrs. Carl Williams and
,Arleen were Sunday visitors at the
‘Dennis Henson home in Western
2 Horse Heaven Sunday.
! The Royal Neighbor club will meet
.with Mrs. Kenneth Du'rham with
’Mrs. Minnie Dague assisting host
ess on Thursday. April 24.
, Mrs. Bell Limpus of Granger,
Idaho is making an extended visit
with her mother, Mrs. Boies and
son Jessie Hardin and family.
5 Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Luddington
and son, Orin Bond and Misses
Dorothy and Rita Lee were business
icallers in Walla Walla Saturday.
! Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Kennett re
turned Saturday evening from a twr
. weeks' visit with their daughter,
,Mrs. Sam Schultz in Harrington.
; The Pink and Green club will
meet with an all-day .pot luck lunch
eon at the A. A. Edwards home in
Horse Heaven on Thursday, April
10.
; Mrs. A. T. Belair entertained the
{Entre Nous club Tuesday with a
luncheon. Mrs. Jack Turner won
high and Mrs. Frank Beste second
high.
_ Russel Reymore has accepted a
position as electrical draftsman in
the machinery department in the
Puget Sound Power 8; Light Co. in
Olympia.
Mrs. A. C. Amon entertained the
Tueesday club with a dessert lunch
eon Tuesday aftern‘mn. Mrs. Harry
KENNEWICK
THE KENNEWICK, (WASH) COURIER-REPORTER i¥
Vibber Won high and Mrs. Frank
Green low.
Mrs. Van Patten will entertain the
Junior Auxiliary Saturday, April 5
at 2 o’clock. Those desiding trans
portation will meet in the Vibber-
Gifford durg store at 1:45.
The Misses Marie Spiegelberg and
Ella Neuman and Lorenz motored to
Walla Walla Tuesday evening to
visit friends. ,Miss Spiegelberg will
remain there for a few days.
Our Lady of the Lourdes hospital
nurses’ alumni met at Mrs. Floyd
Hutchins home Monday evening.
The ladies enjoyed sewing and re
freshments served by the hostess.
The Kilkare club met this after
noon with Mrs. Emil Behrman. Mrs.
T. B. Hauschild won high and Mrs.
Elmer Olsen second high. Mrs.
Frank Beste was a guest of the club.
Mrs. Gene Baxter returned Wed
nesday from Auburn after a ten
day visit with her sister. Her moth
er, Mrs. Cole, who has spent the past
two months in Auburn, returned
with her.
All those interested in sponsoring
a soft ball team under the auspices
of the Pasco Active club are request
ed to meet at the home of Al Burge
son, 324 North 7th St., Pasco, Fri
day evening at 7:30.
Margery Wagoner, six, suffered
face cuts and bruises when crossing
the street behind several parked
cars Wednesday. The car, driven
by C. R. Norris of Kennewick, was
traveling at a low rate of speed.
Mrs. F. J. Arnold was hostess on
Wednesday afternoon .to a surprise
party for Mrs. L. C. Gardner on her
Blst bir-tzhday. Gifts, flowers and two
birthday cakes were presented the
guest of honor. Mrs. Gardner came
to Kennewick from Strawberry
Point, lowa in 1911.
Emil Behrman of Kennewick, for
mer Yakima jeweler, was a business
visitor in Yakima Tuesday. He was
accompanied by Ed Albrecht and
George Albrecht. also of Kennewick.
The brothers expect to leave next
week for Idaho where they have
mining interests—Yakima Herald.
Mrs. L. L. Cowart, Mrs. Steve
Hinman, Mrs. Wilbur Hobkuk, Mrs.
David Bungar and Mrs. Cecil Tin
dall, all members of the Portrayal
Club, motored .to Lewiston Wednes
day. They spent the day molding
plaques for their summer's paint
ing. Mrs. Cecil Tindall is formally
of Lewiston and organized the club
RUPTUBE
SHIELD- EXPERT, H. L.
HOFFMAN of Minneapolis,
Minnesota. will demonstrate,
without .charge, his “Rupture
Shields” in ’
WALLA WALLA
Monday, April 7
Grand Hotel
From .10 am. to 4 p.m.
Please come early. Evenings
by appointment,
I have been supplying my
shields to rupture sufferers in
this territory for ten years and
longer. I have fitted thousands
of cases in‘ the United States
during this time. There are
dozens of my satisfied custo
mers right here in your oom
mnnity.
CAUTION: If neglected,
rupture may cause weakness,
backache, nervousness, stom
ach and gas pains. People
having large ruptures, which
'have returned after surgical
operations or injection treat
ments, are especially invited.
“If- you want it done right.
don’t experiment. See Hoff
man.” If unable to see me at
this time address:
608 Masonic Temple
Minneapolis, Minnesota
WHY ON EARTIII
DO THEY DO IT ‘l’
. . . m tin risk at having a tire
without a list It llilil’ balongings
Unless you're a memory exper!
you couldn't home every ortic'
in even one :of your rooms, I'
alone everything in the wh: -
\ house. An inventory of a home is 1.
important as 6 business inventor.
.llloml: let us turnlsh you with .
In. household lnvonlory book...lhct
. . . will give yea an ab
‘y muvm solulochocklnglisl.
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Gascoigne& Pyle
Insurance
Real Estate Rentals
in Kennewick. Other members of Shields. They expect to move to
the club were unable to make the Kennewibk soon u; make their
trip. :home.
Hem brees to Rent House
Vacated by Forakers
HIGHLANDS—Mrs. Prank Hem
bree left for her home In Tacoma
last Tuesday. aflter spmding a
week with friends and relatives
here.
Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Foraker are
expected to arrive this week-end
from Tacoma for additional house
hold goods. Mr. and Mrs. Bill
Hembree and family have rented
the house recently vacated by the
Forakers.
Mrs. Tom Eagleson of Caldwell.
Idaho was a Sunday noon guest at
the home of her cousin, Wallace
Preston.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Howard. Mr.
and Mrs. J. K. Brown and children
and Bert Molinder, all of Kettle
Falls and Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow
Ice and family of Prosser were Sun
day dinner guests at the Art Car
penter home on the South High
lands.
Mrs. Eugene Mann left for her
home in Portland Sunday evening
after spending a week with her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Estes.
Randolph Esta of Portland was
a week-end guest of his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Ernest Estes.
Meyers Sell Property
for Lutheran Parsonage
HIGHLANDS—Mr. and Mrs. A.
H. Meyer of Kennewick have sold
their city property this week to the
First Lutheran church for a par
sonage and anticipate moving back
to their ranch on the Highlands.
now occupieq by the Pete Hacker
family. as soon as the school term
closes.
Mr. and Mrs. John Bottomley of
Prosser were callers Wednesday at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bud
Napkins, Royal Arms, 100 count 9c
N IPP SALADqIgzngSSING 25c
Peanut Butter, 2-pound jar . 25c
Soda Crackers
2-lb. Box
170
Dill Pickles
2-lb. Jar
19c
Shurfine
Flour
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49-lb. Bag
$1.49
Fruits and Vegetables
Spinach, local, 3 pounds 10c
Radishes, 2 bunches . 5c
Green Onions, 2 bunches 5c
Rhubarb, local, 4 lb. 15c
Asparagus, local, 2 lb. 15c
‘ Please Phone Orders {or Delivery Before 11:30 a. m.
LIMSD NALD’S GROCE _.
nfine Fooos
PHONE 321 A "e. 1;, '
WE WANT to fill this page with good newny Ito-ms
every week. You can help us. When you know an
Item of magi-est. tell us about it personally. or by phonv~
we'll ‘ *chte It. Phone No. One-Dauble-Oue.
Billy Green returned to school
Wednesday after being home a week
due to illness.
Mr. and Mrs. Ted Watkins and
family and house guest. Mrs. Tom
Eagleson were Sunday dinner
guests at the W. J. Preston home.
Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Preston at
tended a dinner and theatre party
at the Pasco hotel Sunday evening.
A correction regarding the twin
daughters born to Mr. and Mrs.
Albert Sonderman is to be made.
Their names have been changed to
Marlene Fay. who weighed four
pounds. two on a half ounces and
Darlene May. who weighed three
pounds, four and thwe-‘ourths
ounces.
Mrs. Harley Peter left on Mon
day for Seattle. where she will visit
beg-_soq arggl (laughter.
Miss Lucile St. Laurent. 3. student
at Walla Walla has been a recent
patient in the St. Mary's hospital
due to sinus trouble.
Mrs. Tom Eagleson of Caldwell.
Idaho was a week-end guest at the
Ted Watkins and Wallace Preston
homes.
Too Late to ClassiTy
WANTED—GirI for household work,
one small child to care for dur
ing day while parents are away
during the day. No washing. May go
home at night. phone 1572. *
m"— book's Tie-inch Arrow
Grill. 1c
FOR. SALE—broom modern house.
. 2 bedrooms. with. kitchen. from
room. basement. garage. two lots.
close in. Inquire Mrs. Hendrick.
120 Kennewick Avenue East. m
POUND—Hewellyn Setter. ma
may have by establishing owner
ship. Inquire this office. *
FOR SALE—One dining mom
table. Dr. P. 0. Stone. phone 1631.
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Tuna Fish, Elmdale, f’s . . . 12c
Dog Food ”53%;? MET 98c
Baby Food, strained, 3 for . . 25c
3-lh. pail 49c
Boston Butts, lean, tender, lb. . .25c
Beef Roast, all center cuts, lb. .l9c
Shortening, 3 pounds ..........25c
Small Hearts, for frying, baking 15c
Large Wienerstlb. ............l9c
Fresh Fish Roasting Chix
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