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The Kennewick courier-reporter. [volume] (Kennewick, Wash.) 1939-1949, April 03, 1941, Image 8

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W‘swag am
Your Easter outfit is
here. You’ll find just
What you have in
mind.
The foundation is im
portant. See the new
PLAYTEX GIRDLE
With garter supports
—a nature-skin that
molds you in Without
bones, metal, seams
or stitches.
New spring shades in
hose . . . new line of
costume jewelry . . .
new gloves in navy,
black and White.
Lady Lure
Mrs. Woods .1108th Highland Property
'3O Pmochle Club! Changes Hands Recently
HIGHLANTIB —— The Les Amies
ptnochle club met Wednesday for
a 1:30 dessert luncheon at the
home of Mrs. R. W. WOOds. High
score was held by Mrs. June Mayer,
second by Mrs. Rose Watkins, low
by Mrs. Mae lampson and travel
ing prize went to Mrs. Edith Bein
hart. This will be the club's last
meeting for a while.
Mrs. Paul Pasche is entertaining
the Lutheran Ladies’ Aid at her
home on .the Highlands today
'lihursday.
Miss Viola Foraker returned to
Ellensburg normal Sunday after
spending the spring vacation with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. L.
Foraker.
Mr. and Mrs. Harley Peter enter
tained the Samaritan Bible class of
the Methodist church with a party
at their home Friday evening.
Games and quiz contests were play
ed. followed by a buffet supper.
Mr. and Mrs. D. Taylor and fam
ily entertained at dinner Sunday for
their son Leanord of California and
Mr. and Mrs. Terrance Taylor.
“QUAmy MERCHANDISE AT A SAVING”
‘ 1 I HARDWARE&
‘ - I k k FURNITURE co.
DUTCH BOY PAINT
Contains 90* of be! cold
m- var-ha flak- ,
”CHEAP" PAINT
W
Contains 63% of water and
”volun- solvonb, all
d which «operate.
Find the prettiest of all
Easter bonnets here! Fem
inine to the Nth degree—-
they’ll make you look en
chanting,ladd chic to every
costume. New shipment
just in.
Come and
see the
new spring
hats!
! mGlmAND—Several pieces of
Highland property have changed
hands this week five acres of the
Fred Rasmussen place being bought
by J. A. Mayer and the other 10
,acres being sold .to Andy Keller.
iPercy Erickson recently bought the
' 15 acres known as the Ed Keller
‘plaoe and Pete Erickson purchased
1 10 acres adjoining their home place
on the north. Mr. and Mrs. Mayer
and family moved to their new lo
cation last week.
Don'tpaypaint
pricesforwater!
Paint that is "cheap" is loaded with
water and volatile solvents—often
with both. These ingredients take the
place of oils and pigments and are
valueless to the life of paint film.
Good Paint is 90% film-forming oils.
pigments and color. 10% turpentine
and drier. These quality ingredients
assure protection and beauty.
When you buy Dutch Boy Paint you
buy this protection. It requires fewer
gallons and less frequent repainting
—-less cost in labor. Look for the Dutch
Boy trade-mark on every can—in itself
an assurance of quality.
DUTCH BOY
The Highland Woman‘s Club will.
meet Friday for its regular month
ly meeting at the clubhouse. Roll
call will be responded to With
“Home Spun (Humor from Humor
ous Happenings in ‘My Family.”
Hostesses for the day are as fol
lows: Mrs. Earl Reymore, Mrs. Ed
-Watklns, Mrs. Lee Boubelle, Mrs.
Emma. Klemknecht, Mrs. R. W.
‘Woods and Mrs. J. L. Mcßain.
About twelve schoolmates of Miss
Esther Mae Belnhart met at her
home Tuesday evening to. help her
celebrate her birthday. Dainty re
freshments in keeping with the oc—
casion were served by Mrs. Bein
hart.
Mrs. Nelson Lewis returned home
Tuesday from accompanying her
mother, Mrs. J. M. Sheeham on a
trip to Tacoma, where they visited
their sister and daughter, Miss Betty
Keith.
Taylor Enters Service
at Midway Island Soon
HIGHLANDS—- Leonard Taylor
arrived last Thursday from Cali
fornia to spend a week with his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. Taylor,
before leaving for a years service
at Midway slland. He expects to
leave «tomorrow for Portland where
he will spend a few days with his
brother Clark.
Mrs. .Hummel, who has spent the
winter with her daughter, Mrs. Ellen
Lape, left the first of the week ’OO
spend a few days with relatives
and friends in Wapato.
Mrs. Alba ~Withers, accompanied
by Mrs. W. S. Green, Mrs. Milton
Libby, Mrs. Clara Belle Safford and
Robert Macmahon motored to Con
nel Friday evening to attend a
Friendship Night and installation of
officers of the O.E.S. [
Howard Withers is improving act-N
ter a weeks lllnses.
Mrs. N. E. Robbins entertained
members of her study club at a.
1:30 dessert lunch at her home on
Wednesday. Mrs. Charles Powell
was in charge of the program.
Oregon Family Makes
Finley Permanent Home
FIN-LEY—Mr. and Mrs. Lucus of
Eugene, Ore., have purchased the
B. Preston place and have moved
there.
Miss Winifred Bell has been sick
with the flu for the past ten days
but is improving.
The Magic Makers Clothing club
met at the home of Alice Marie
Ash April lst with Miss Berry
present who gave us several short
cuts and hints on sewing.
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Ash and
daughters and Mr. and Mrs. J.
11:60 Lucas spent Sunday at Bernie
n. ,
‘ ”FEW”
DEMONSTRATION
of Lowest Prices in Town!
Pork & Beans, large tin . . 8c
Van Camp’s—29-oz. tins
Matches, nghway, 6-bx ctn 15c
Three 5c boxes 10c
Bleacher, White Magic, % gal 15c
guart .8c
ugar, U & I fme gram, 10 lb. 58c
Cloth bags—2s pounds for $145
Salad
Dressing
CASCADE
QUART JAR
15c
Tomato
Juice
Sunnydawn
46-oz. tin
15¢
IN OUR FRUIUTAND;
qua/unread “JV/UflfJ/LCSA ’jo/zoduce
ASPARAGUS, local grown I 5
2P0und5............................. G
CARROTS, fancy spring ‘I 4
Tender and sweet. 3 large bunches .. ... G
BANANAS, golden ripe fruit 6
Pound c
GREEN ONIONS or RADISHES lo
41argebunche5....................... G
“GUARANTEED MEAT9’
. Mud I+l saga”; imam/1452:; ii
PURE LARD, Home Pack Brand 29
4pound package 5.................... 0
BEEF ROAST, lean, tender 2'
Ch0icecut5,p0und.................... c
SLICED BACON, Morrell’s fey. rindless 29
Pound c
PORK ROASTS, lean center shoulder 19
cut5.P0und..'........................ c
flfifi FOOD STAMPSREE‘EET"
THE KENNEWICK. (WASH.) COURIER-REPORTER
MILK, Federalr '
4 l4l/z-oz. tins. 29¢
CRACKERS, crisp 15
quality. 2-lb. box .. G
CALUMET Baking ‘7
Powder. 16-oz. tin G
SOAP, Crystal
ngite. 10 bars . . . .299
C TSUP H' hwa
14-oz. bottleg...yloc
COFFEE Edwards 20
‘ Pound tin 0G
1 2-POUND TIN ......450
i PEAS, arde
grown. 3gNo. gtins 250
Mrs. Albert Knight and Mrs. Bert
Perkins were caller Saturday at the
W. s. Green home.
Relatives in London
Escape Raid Demolition
BENTON CITY-Mrs. L. R. Giles
had a letter from her sister, who re
sides in London that in a recent
air raid their house was demolished
except for three rooms. The family
was in their air raid shelter and
were unharmed. The fourth house
away was completely demolished
and the whole family killed in the
same raid. Mrs. Giles has two
brothers and a sister residing in
the same section of London. The
home of one of the brothers was
wrecked, but fortunately no one
was at home. ‘
5 Wayne Hanson and Jack Smith
will represent the Kiona-Benton
school at the annual high school
conference April 18-19 at Pullman.
Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Roop were in
Ellensburg Sunday. They took their
son, Milford jr., back to the nor
mal after the spring vacation
Miss Romaine Rayhill. student at
the normal school in Lewiston. Ida.
spent the week-end with her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. S. F. Rayhill.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy J. Burgess of
Wapato were Tuesday guests of Mrs.
Mary E. Brooks and Mrs. Jessie
Coffey. Mrs. Coffey returned to:
Wapato with her cousins and will!
visit relatives there before continu-l
ing .to the coast for an extended
visit with relatives before return
ing to Benton City
Several landowners attended the
Kiona Irrigation District board of
directors meeting Tuesday evening.
H. J. Strandwoid of Prosser, the
county engineer, attended to ad
vise on the mater of reopening the
old drainage ditch. The landown
ers voted in favor of the matter.
Charles E. Morgan has recovered
sufficiently from his recent illness
to resume his duties as local ass
essor.
Mr. and Mrs. Anna Vanderwood
(lArma Davis) and son Gerald of
Yakima moved Tuesday into the
M. J. Carter house now owned by
Walter Acord.
O. E. S. Past Matron
Presented With Ring
Alma Chapter 0.. E. 8. held its in
stallation services last Thursday
evening with Mrs. Pearl Green act
ing as installing officer and Mrs.
Marina Oliver. installing marshal.
Officers installed were as follows:
Mrs. Clara Belle Safford. worthy
matron; Robert Q. Macmahon.
worthy patron; Mrs. Gladys Kelso.
associate matron: Ed Frauen. as-1
sociate patron: Mrs. Ellen Lape. i
secretary: Mrs. Jennie Chelliss
treasurer; Mrs. Cora Reed, con
ductress: Mrs. Lottie Lampson. as—
sociate conductress; Mrs. Julia
Hemenway. chaplain; Mis Martha.
Chellis. marshal; Lucile Jones. or-j
ganist; Star Points. Mrs. Ethel DUI
Sair, Mrs. Verna Hutchins. Mrs;
Zela Gravenslund. Mrs. R. R. Mc- i
Intosh and Mrs. Grace Desgranges:
ers. Beatrice McDonald, warden,‘
and Floyd Hutchins, sentinel.
Musical numbers were presented
by Glen and Gerald Mowery on
. their guitar and yodeling songs. and
by the Rainbow Trio, Miss Margery
LaMott, Miss Theo umpson and.
Miss Vivian Higley. At the close of
; installation the new worthy matron.
Clara Belle Safford presented the
out-going matron, Pearl Green. a
beautiful Eastern Star Past Matron
ring, a gift from the chapter. Ed
Frauen. the out-going patron. was
also presented gifts from his chap
ter members and officers. A beau
tiful Addenda. welcoming Pearl
Green into the ranks of the past'
matrons was presented by the past
matrons of the chapter.
Mr. Macmahon gave a short talk
on Eastern Star and Mrs. Safford
thanked the chapter for electing
her to the office of worthy matron.
Following installation, refreshments
were served to sixty members and
friends. which included several
from Pasco. The committee in
charge was as follows: Mrs. C. F.
Winkenwerder, Mrs. Fannie Engles.
Mrs. J. R. Siegfried, Mrs. Irma
Skinner and Mrs. Opal Libby.
A tive-cent candy bar will do at
seven what it takes a 8200 fur coat
to do at 27.
(@S‘X‘E
m twist all silk chiffons.|
medium sheers and service
weights reinforced with cotton.
Spring shades!
Easter . Nylon
Hosnery
In the latest Spring shades.
$1.35 pr.
Sport
Oxfords
$1.98
Reel Peinrey vans in hid
some dress or sport styles! Crush
ed leathers!
Santa-Wand propzrilmbely
sized for fit!
Men's Quality SOCKS. 3 for 1.00
Men’s SHIRT & BRIEFS, 3, 1.00
Men’s Spring Ties ..........49c
Majestic SUSPENDERS ....49c
Men’s Cowhide BELTS ... . . J9l:
Fine Quality TIES ........98c
Menfs Slack SOCKS ........15c
Gabandine
Slacks
4.98
In firmly woven, hard finished
gabardine—a perfect match for
your favorite coat.
(\ \ ,':'.':' Dress
~7 ¥ “‘9. jjf. Oxfords
s\. 2.98
Long wearingleather soles. rub
ber taps!
79¢ I
Men’s
' Tawncraft
M;
1.49
Two mom new' homes were mn
ed this week. Boa} are located on
First. ”cane East. just west of the
C. A. Crawford nesidence. One is be
ing erected by Mrs. Winifred Camp-
THERE’S NOTHING AS 00?”
Especially When It’s DE SUM
SERVE DE SOTO ICE CREAM Fm
DESSERT AT Y 0 U R EASTER
SUNDAY DINNER
Probably you’re going to serve a
delicious home baked ham and all
the traditional trimmings for
your Easter Sunday dinner. So
why not round out that perfect
meal with the perfect dessert—
DE SOTO ice cream? It’s the
fitting climax to an Easter cele
bration and your family and
friends will love it. Order it
today.
TWIN C ITYI
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Women’s
Newest
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Unusual values ‘
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around and
boxy styles!
Sporty tweeds.
plaids. fleeces!
Dressy twins.
engages! 12-20:
38%. ‘
.Ladies’
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4.98
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