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The Kennewick courier-reporter. [volume] (Kennewick, Wash.) 1939-1949, November 06, 1941, Image 3

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“may, November 6, 1941.
Top Dressing, '
Weather Strips,
Defrosters, Winter Fronts
and Floor Mats
r“ [gems Called From Our
1... of Ten, Twenty and Thirty
1". Afl° ~
a. following pupils of Mrs. T. B.
#1150!) will broadcast over KUJ
I“ Walla from 5 to 5:30 on Sat
fl, Marian and Elsie Glea
, -- mncis White. Dorothy Alli
:Joyce Mulkey. Lerene Rauscher
‘flelva Hartung. .
1”, Ronald Hatch and MISS Lena
"“3 were hostesses at a. bridge
I!” Saturday night. Miss Gary
” Thompson held honors. i
. All the stores will be closed onl
”he: 11, as a special request by
mmrican Legion.
:3 3, Boy Scout Court of Honor,
widen Fyfe and Ivan Graves I
m awarded rank of Star Scout. .
m E. C. Smith entertained the[
mug-L 4-H club girls and their
fibers at a tea Saturday after
gon. Mrs. Mary Davis gave an in
“the talk on “Lines and Harm;
mofDress." _
It. and Mrs. H. J. vaely. who
(11l large stock ranch above Rich
“will open a market next week,
fie they will sell products from
My own ranch. The principal
”in, will be lamb and mutton, with
“and beef for fillers.
inn Ladies of St. Elizabeth Altar
m are making ‘preparations
.their annual bazaar and chicken
her to be held on Saturday, No
mM' 14.
Kr. and Mrs. Henry Liebel, Mr. ‘
u m. Henry Smith and Herman
m, returned from Ohewelah,
use Mr. Liebel brought down a.
”that dressed 200 pounds. .
ins-Brine, girls’ basket ball coach, I
“tying to schedule some practice
‘” ’1“ the girls. ;
1!: members of the M. E. church
“not! with a dinner at the j
m in honor of Floyd Hutch-1
I retiring superintendent of the ;
W school, who has given eight 5
W of faithful work. 1
Hold Nelson, who is attending
pm Junk):- College, was elected .
w: of the student body. This '
highest honor given by the
“so the head master wrote to
field’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. 3
km- 111113 is Harold’s second
unknown. 1
ktLampson entertained the M.
“worth League at a. Hallowe'en
my Rider evening.
a a meeting at the city council
My evening, M. M. Monitor;
Ichasen city attorney to succeed
ll Jeffrey, who was forced to give
vile city office when he received
B manhunt as U. 3. District
? {batch and family have come
ibfinnqwick to make their home.
ID. m has purchased an in
a in 'the American Security
land Mrs. D. W. Halloway re-
t 0
November 8 to
November 12, 1941
.'.‘“? "hides and trailers bear
fii’fi .':“..‘fmhmzfim
:"t comm the 1941 inspec
“3%”?3? $33; ‘25:
Hours of Operation
8 am. to 1 p.m.
2 p.m. to 4 p.m.
MW Except Sundays and
State of
wilt of nghways .
The World’s News Seen Through
. An International Daily Newspaper
-' TMfgll—Constmctive—Unbiased—Free from Sensation}!-
E‘Edltoz-ials Are Timely and Instructive and It: Dally
hm,- Together with the Weekly Magazine Section, Make
“5122'5" an Idea! Newspaper for the Home. “-_“
The Christian Science Phblishing Society
One. Norway Street. Boston. Massachusetts
Price $12.00 Yearly, or SI.OO a Month.
Saturday Issue, including Magazine Section, $2.60 a Year.
Introductory OKer, 6 Issues 25 Cenn.
Winter Needs
I loeived wrod this week of the birth
iof an eight pound boy to Mr. and
'Mrs. George Tweedt of Bell, Cali
Gene Ely entertained a group of
'boys at a Hallowe’en party Monday
Mrs. C. F. Winkenwerder gave a
reading at the Minute Women’s
- semi-annual meeting held in Dena
r ton City Wedneseday. 1
2; Harry Cochran has been appoint-l
‘ied night policeman to succeed Johnl
,18. Haydon. I
The Kennewick Business Girls‘
'Club met at the Rogers Beauty Par- -
" lor Monday night. The newly elected.
'offioers took charge of the meeting.
iThe officers are: Mrs. D. G. Rog
lers. president: Miss, Florence Oli
ver, vice president; Miss Elizabeth
(Toeske. secretary and Miss Mary
Gilmore. treasurer.
The First English Lutheran con
!gregation is repairnng the bellfrey
iof the church for the purpose of in
stalling a 700-pound bell. The plans
are to have it dedicated on the 11th
of this month. and have it rung for
-the first time on that day in com
‘moration of the Washington Con
ference of Limitation of Armament.
The Haas Bakery has opened a
retail sales store in thr corner room
of the Liberty The; ..e building.‘
Mrs. Ella Woods will be in chargeL
I Mrs. Nelson Williams enjoyed a
visit with two of her brothers. R. F.
'McLean of Winnepeg and D. Mc-
Lean of Victoria.
C. A. Crawford announces that
there will be a special car for the
accomodation of the Kennewink
crowd going to the apple show.
The Woman’s Club held a mas
querade dance in the commercial
hall last Tuesday night. More than
one hundred guests attended in
fancy costume.
'The ladies’ literary club met on
Friday at the home of Mrs. Shana
felt. An interesting paper or. Food
Sanitation was read :by Mrs. H.
Beach followed by a. discussion of
the pure food laws. .
Chas. Lum and family enjoyed a
visit from his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
C. E. ’Lum of North Yakima.
Geo. D. Peters left this week for
his old home in Virginia. '
Those taking part in the first
of this season’s series of interscho
lastic debates are Nellie Hoadley
Martin Garber and Merril Rawson.
They .will defend the affirmative
side of the question, which is:
Resolved that the Conservation of
National Resources Should be a
Function of the State and Not the
‘National Government.
! Yesterday B. F. Reeser became
associated with C. B. Stuart in his
mercantile holdings here. The new
firm wili be “Stuart and Reeser."
The Columbia Valley Ci'eamery
Co will put on a wagon for the city
delivery of milk, cream and butter
milk next week. All the company’s
milk will :be , delivered to the con
sumer with the guarantee that it is
handled under strictiy sanitary con
ditions and tested for standard per
centage of .butterfat.
Friends Meet Again
After Thirty-Five Years
Edward Meyer of Glencoe, Minne
sota, who are on an extended trip
through the west, arrived in White
Bluffs via Seattle and Grand Coulee
on Monday, were the guests over
night of Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Wiehl.‘
Mr. Meyer and Mr. Wiehl are old
school friends and have not met for
Over thirty five years. Mr. and Mrs.
Meyers left for 'their home, going
by way of Pendleton Tuesday.
The November meeting of the W 0?
man’s club will be held in their club‘
rooms on Metal Avenue on Wed
nesday attemoon, November 12 at‘
two pm. Ma's. F. M. Raymond od."
Yakima will speak on “My Trip to‘
the South Sea Islands.” Every one
‘ interested is cordially invited to at-
Ftend. Club members, who wish to
Fax-range transportation to the “su
ver Tea.” which will be given by the
up-river Woman‘s Club in the near
future, are asked to call Mrs. Alex
Parke. phone number 033.
S. Martinez of the In-Between
shipped «1,000 head of sheep from
Montana via Chicago Milwaukee 8:
St. Paul Ry. to Othello. They will be
ford ferry on Thursday. where they
willcross therivertobewinteiedin
Benton county.
Mrs. Willa Ralston and son, Jun
ior, spent the week-end at the home
of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C.
Irving Wright, Junior to have an
evening of fun with the boys on
Halloween. They returned to Yaki
ma Sunday.
Lena Killian, daughtm' or Mr. and
Mrs. Herman Killian, who has been
in Our Lady of Lourdes hospital in
Pasco for a week. returned to her
hame Sunday.
Mr. Smith Much Better
In Veterans Hospital
WHITE BLUFFS—A postal card
was received .by C. Irving Wright,
a member of the school board from
Mrs. H. H. Smith. Who is at the bed
side of her husband in the Veteran's
\hospital at Walla, to the effect that
‘Mr. Smith, Who has been caretaker
of the local high school since 1934,
has improved to such an extent as
to be able to sit up in his room. Mr.
Smith was taken to the hospital by
Virgil Kern on October 25th with a
severe case of pneumonia. His many
friends will be pleased to learn of
his gradual recovery.
'I-larry Keller and J. G. Adams
motored to Vancouver. Washington
and Portland, Oregon Sunday. re
turning Monday evening. While in
Vancouver they called at the office
of- the Bonneville Power Administra
tion. where they met Irving T. Hall-1
strom, who until recently had been}
employed as building inspector dur
ing the construction of the control
house and the untanking tower of
the Midway substation at Vernita.
John Holecek is. acting Janitor of
the high school during the illness
and convalescence of ‘H. H. Smith.
A new shipment of
new bright reds, greens,
browns and wines. ‘Regu
lar prices of
$1.95 to $5.95
One rack of dresses—odds and ends of sizes. Absolute bargains for the
school girl in new shades and comgiitiérfi. Values Up to $3.95 all to go at—
Heaters, Thermostats,
Windshield Wipers and
Motors, Fog Lamps,
Driving Gloves
Mama 5M5
Right in the face of rising markets, we are
putting on a few of our better
Winter C oats
If We can fit you, these are real values—
blacks, blues, browns, flines.
Good Dresses
A grandeassortment of good dresses now on
hand—lan colors, all sizes. If you are in need
of silks or wools, both in street and after
noon dresSes, we have them. Reg. prices of
$3.95 to $19.95
O a
Lima Bean Harvest
Finished This Week
| BENTON CITY—The Santa Cruz
Packing company Monday noon com
lpleted the harvest of its lima bean
:acreage. Because of immaturity}
about ten acres were not harvested?
of the several hundred acres the
company had under contract. ex
tending from Benton City to Satus.
The heavy frost of Thursday mom
ing of last week caused a damage
of less than 5 percent to the lima
bean acreage in the Yakima valley.
The Walla Walla Canning Com-
Starts Fri. Nov. 7
Every size and color in
an kind. at MI" and Phil- a.
Ditching m Thus In mad
combinations for the school at cm
girl. Rec-hr 111-lees.
Skirts $1.95 to $7.95
Sweaters SI.OO to $3.95
Jackets $3.95 to $5.95
Western Auto Supply
OLAV I. OTHEIM, Authorized Dealer
pony also finished harvesting its lime
bean crop Saturday. They too had a.
few patches not pulled. Both com
panies Tuesday were dismantling
and moving the whim equipment
tion: the fields.
It is estimated only about sixty
acres of the lime bean crop in the
Yakima valley were not harvested.
This is considered very good because
of the cold cloudy weather during
the growing season. Tonnage from
some of the harvested crops was
highly satisfactory while others
was not. but all were better than
anticipated. Growers generally are
satisfied with the price received
this year for their crops. I
About 2 dozen pieces on this rack. House
dresses, blouses, skirts—bargains too good to!
miss. If your size is here you can’t afford to
turn these down. All must go, so hurry.
Beautifully Tailored
Dressmaker SUITS
Nu. M "11. that. let. 11ia
Lovely Pastel FORMALS
m m m m at can
mill-loud .
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White Bluffs
The only hotel between
Kennmvick and Wenat
chee on the Columbia
river. 1

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