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Ross Hill of Spokane
Visits in Kennewick
KENNEWICK VALLEY—Ross Hill
of Spokane made a week-end visit
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.
1. Hill. Ross is a field representa
tive of the Western Livestock Re
porter.
John Dickinson went to Plazo
and Spokane Saturday for the
funeral of his aunt, Mrs. Art Dick
inson.
Donald Colman spent last week
end with his aunt, Mrs. Vera Pud
ex‘baugh. He is from Topeka, Kan
sas and is touring the west.
Mr. and Mrs. Wamstly from Idaho
Visited Mrs. Chris Puderbaugh last
week-end.
Mrs. Mary Pudefibaugh and two
daughters are visiting three weeks
with Mr. and Mrs. Clay Puderbaugh.
Mrs. Carl Elliott and children re
turned after a short visit with Mrs.
Elliott’s parents.
Mrs. L. E. Long and son and Mrs.
Long’s sister of Chewelah. Miss
Harriet Duncan plan to go by rail
to Chewelah July 5 tor an extend
ed visit with Mrs. Long’s parents.
Mr. and Mrs. John Farmer and
Mrs. Bill Farmer and children of
Lanune, Oklahoma, have been
visiting at the Harvey O’Hair home.
Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Peters and son
of Upland, California are visiting
at the home of their parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Harry O’Hair.
Mrs. Schwenk to Make
Home in Sunnyside
FINIJEY—Mrs. Elmer Schwenk
and son, Mil-ton, who have spenrt
the past few weeks in Sunnyside,
were here last week getting their
household goods ready and moved Ito
Sunnyside Saturday, where they
will reside.'Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Bird
well moved them. Mrs. Schwenk and
Milton were overnight guests of Mr.
and Mrs. ’Wesley Street Friday;
night. ‘
Jim McKinney, a student at. West
{Point visited Monday with Mr. and
Mrs. Albert Piert. Mrs. Piert and
McKinney are cousins.
Mr. and Mrs. E. Sherry, Donald
and Jerry and Pete Lande were din
ner guests Sunday at Mr. and Mrs.
Jase Lande.

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SUMMER KIT 1N BAGS, ‘
VALUABLES IN SAFETY,
I THAT'S A REAL VACATION! I
AND. OF COURSE. you can't have a genuinely
restful trip if you take along worries about
possessions left behind. Relieye yourself of all
anxiety by arranging with The National Bank
of Commerce for safety deposit accommoda
tions before you set forth for pleasure. Rest
and worry just don‘t fit together.
This bank is specializing during the summer season
in a complete vacation service. That includes a per
sonal loan to provide funds for the trip in advance;
it embraces an arrangement for travelers checks so
you will not have to be constantly on guard against
theft or forgery while on the journey. And rounding
out the vacation service is the safety deposit accomo
modations for valuables left behind.
Officers of this bank will be pleased to discuss
these services with you. ‘
THE NATIONAL BANK :
OF COMMERCE. '
Kenéze‘wicé grancb .tikennewiéé" .
E. C. TWEET. Manage:
. Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation '
Swayze-Stevenson Rites
Solemnized in Home
The marriage of Miss Ruth
Swayze, daughter of Mr. and Mrs}
J. C. Swayze. and Mr. Milton Stev
enson, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. P.:
Stevenson of Yakima, was perfomi-‘
ed at the home of the bride’s 'par—l
ents' 'Sunday afternoon at 2:30 and:
was attended ‘by immediate friends‘
and relatives. Rev. Hoffman of the
Methodist church in Prosser was
the ofzficiating minister.
Given in marriage rby her father.
.the “bride wore a lovely white sheer
over taffeta with lace bodice. She
wore finger tip veil and carried a
bride’s !bouquet of white rose buds
and sweet peas. Preceding the
ceremony, Mrs. Orville Moetemore
of Yakima sang “Because” and “I
Love You Truly,” accompanied by
Mrs. Carol McCray of IProsser, who
also played the wedding march from
“Lohengrin.”
The bride was attended by Miss
Clara Hoffman of Yakima, who
wore a pastel blue gown of corded
sheer over blue taffeta and carried
an old fashioned bouquet of pink
rose buds and sweet peas.
The bridegroom was attended by
his brother, Marcus Stevenson of
Grandview. The bride’s mother
wore a blue lace, her corsage of
pink rose buds and white sweet «peas.
The bridegro’om’s mother wore a
navy blue sheer, her corsage of pink
rose buds. Reception followed im
mediately with Mrs. Otis Engels,
Mrs. tHerbert O‘l-learn and Mrs.
Carl 'Schmidkunz in charge of cake,
ice cream and punch, with Mrs.
Kenneth Durham, Mrs. Dave Blair
and Mrs. Alta Alyward assisting.
After the bride cut the first .'piece
of cake, Miss Maxine Stevenson
served the cake.
The couple left, for a. week’s trip
to the coast. The !bride wore a.
sailor blue 'bemberg Redingote dress
with corsage of gardenia and Iwhflte
accessories. Mr. and Mrs. Stevenson
will live in Yakima.
Out-oif-town guests attending of
Yakima were: Mr. and Mrs. J. P.
Stevenson and daughters, Margaret
and Marie, Mr. and Mrs. Orville
Moetemore, Misses Lois and. Perk
Hoffman, Mr. Harold Weddle, Mr.
Don Turner, Mr. Robert Smith, Mr.
Morton Werner, Mr. and Mrs. Rob
ert Seemon and two sons, Mr. and
Mrs. P. B. Swayze, Hermiston, Ore
gon; Mr. and Mrs. McCarty, San
Diego, California; Miss Maxine
Stevenson. ommpia; Mrs. Dave
Blair, Kahlotus; Mrs. Alta Alyward,
Seattle; Mrs. Preston Boyer, Pros
ser; Rev and Mrs. Hoffman, Wras
ser.
Mrs. Tholman Hostess to
Young People’s Party
FINIEY—Mrs. C. Tol-man enter
tained several of the young people
of Finley-Hover at her home Fri
day evening. Thelma. Ashiby and
Audrey Hinkley were guests. Mrs.
Tholman was assisted in serving by
Shirley Ashby.
Orixi and Earl Lande were busi
ness visitors in Walla Walla Mon
day. 7 _ _ ,
Mrs. J. Brown and daughter Wan
da. were Pasco visitors Monday eve-
Mrs. Harold Wibham and child
ren, Shirley and Gene, letft Friday
for a two weeks’ visit with rela
tives on the coast. They accom
panied Mrs. :B. Dunstin and son
Billy or Walla Walla. '
Mr. and Mrs. Ole Johnson of
Pasco were visfltors Sunday of Mr.
and Mrs. Ellsworth O‘Hair.
The four chiddren of Mr. and Mrs.
Maryhew of near Kennewick are
staying with Mrs. 'Ben Schwartz
copf a few weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. Alpha O'Hair and
son Allen of Kennewick were wee];-
end visitors of Mr. and Mrs. How
ard O‘Hair and family.
THE KENNEWICK, (WASH. 2 COURIER-REFORM
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SALE BEGINS ,WEDNESDAY, JULY 9
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All Sprmg Coats to Clear at
Q DRASTICALLY REDUCED PRICES
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figmyfi. {5744334 ___—_—
@392“ I%ng One group of fine “Redferns”— .
$4: $333 ’svxééb orlglnally $24.95, now— . 9
MB: "kw $17.95 w r
fiwmk 7;“? , .."x'
£3435 W‘éwc Columblas, Wlth llfe-tlme lmmgs "u.,:'—:¢s._sc‘~-~
«4’5 3‘13; $22.95, now fl
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;:' Him-Mid.“ i: 11:32:: 5" ' I~ ' ‘ '.. ...52- ;. :.
:52; 3{2 E’J One J umor coat at ~s. g S Raf is r
3:»: T , .-
- Egg ,
‘\\ I, ‘I All formals redqced, reggrdless m; $5715! a: giggigfiy‘“
\_ I A of former pnce, all sues / ;;'€4}:l;;\‘§r§‘g{”}jg ngF” 5
,;f». "a ":53 {(3,};
$3.95 , . all M
. , Spring Suits on Sale, Too
_ 'C \ Just two better suits left. Were $22.95—n0w going at—
g , $14.95
¢§éi; 1 And one tweed suit originally priced at $14.95 to go at—
8 A We have three beautiful all-wool
i? Mi pastel plaid jackets left—were . ‘e 3
3 $7.95. Now— -
Free *-
. SI.OO Pair of HOSE FREE with /.. {
\ the purchase of any $5.95 or ‘2;
$3.95 Wash Silk ’3 8
A GIFT OF YOUR CHOICE WITH {ZACH
Lovely $7 .95 Dress or Redmgote p '
With the purchase of one of these you will be given abso-' ‘ .
lutely free, anyisl.9s article in the ladies’ department— ~
such as Baxley house prints. satin and taffeta slips, ~ -
sweaters, gowns or pajamas. M» .
This is your chance to get some really cool, hot K» 2;; 3:3" ‘ \
weather dresses 'below cost. . g: ~-
All $2.95 SHEERS to go at— -
‘ $1095 3.
Spring Hats
All Spring Hats
50c
regardless of former price
__.__—___
.-;::E:s,1&gi~?-' ..: gig-553;:
We are putting out on one counter a few odds and
ends of articles labeled “as marked”—such as '55::-
scarfs, Munsingwear panties and brassiers, slips, 5 !
sweaters and bags, etc. All much below cost. ,s_ A
W C". .
I a , ,1
Gowns & PaJamas
Ask to see our line. If you
are in need of any of these
articles they are all reduced
—buy one or two for Xmas
gifts.
.___._—___—
Specml Speaal Speclal
One rack of SI.OO specials! On this are regular $1.95
Baxley dresses and $2.95 and $1.95 school skirts, blouses
formerly much higher and one $3.95 jacket. Any article
on this rack for just—
. . -.;:;::;g.;;;.l_;.
Bathmg Sults ‘ g;:-;,z.:;~;,2 __
Jantzen suits all reduced
20% ' z?- 3,; 31) x *L:
. €3l? “7 '2, *2.
and some stlll further. i; a. 5;; a 15‘ Ev
, . 1,; ‘-:r_ . ~ 39-,
s ‘ Wool Goods
All wool goods will be
I higher from now on, but
5 we are putting a special on
I our sweaters regardless.
; SI.OO at $1.95 at $2.95 at
69c $1.39 $1.95
Odds
and
Ends
pastel and colored
b a g s - reduced
much below cost.
All of these are
really good bags.
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l The suit you would have My pun
uhlzhuflsfcmyouunnwhuvefor 95
$1.95 in this Mona] Cleulnoe Sale. $ '
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shrewd buyer. Hurry In for "In. 21
REDUCED TO
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mreuhm—lnthetweolcrungmmm't
go mg.
._ - . SPORT SHIRTS
_ ,» ARE ALL REDUCED E
. {.S-i? ‘ v A few Armor and Fruit of the Loom '\
i~;i;‘-_'.:'-:-_r_: kill-3.1. Shh-t. m..- M“a ‘w' n.t ~ .- ' > ‘ ‘
. 98¢ , ,1 ‘x‘ ( 14
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COAT AND SLACKS . - - ) g
Ourwmckbdnlh “33.“! "
, ' dupe, pod cola! and styles. Thane .. \
mw'-ualommomohnu '...
outfit your-ell In a new salt. I I ‘..
IV
CLOSE-OUT ON LUGGAGE " ' “
We are discontinuing our hum W A .
tewveryflnelnnlett. ltmmMatl-lper
“manhunfumthkhymethe
are taking 25% on at an M lad-col 111-100. .
BELTS AND JEWELRY J
All belt. all jewelry 111-had to the but puny—all.
W.Nnhthetlnetohymsm
Christmas cuts. 9 fl
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~" I MW SWIMMING mum
‘y” 359-. mamwuswf
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‘3. SHOES
“ K \ ‘ Men'- m shoes. whit-I“
_ ‘ s . u”a 35 values to an! *-
$1.95 -
.___—fl’
STRAW HATS
Annunduced.AnodMfl-on
mumm.mmmm . 7.4
callus. ‘l‘hue VIII“ up to $2.95 to no » fix h . ‘
sl'49 -..:-'<~‘-;;r%i-. " T?“ I. .1
and We Do Mean Char! .. A ~
DRESS PANTS §§g“ ‘
We use closing out 3 line at da- and ~33; “3*
semi-dress. nlue- up to «a to n u
You can use two or three of than. ...- ‘j _'
TIES REDUCED ‘,3
Our Arrow, Fashioner.“ and Botany *5 .1 3'33
thawemclodngouttomhemmtor 53%?
mtmamnuuuuwscorsrmu.
50c values 1:: 39¢ ___.__——-—-"‘ ,'
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SPECIAL! SPECIAL! SPECIAL :
Atewwomen’sShoutogouZScpur. Comelnfllllm" I
. own—no flmmno refunds and no null-nB. .3
Women" Kedllettes—vflnu to ass—now 1
All women’s white shoes to go at n slashed Wm“: ‘
spot-twat. These an real values. fine for the mm m ‘
values“ s4.9s.!)nfln‘thisnleourpdoewlflbb 4
$1.95 <
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