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My, November 6. 1941.
Iggy STORIES OF THE WEEK
7'
I” Irene Lum visited friends in
W and Seattle over the week
git—“id Mrs. W. 8. Walker visit
emu; their daughter in Yakima
In and Mrs. Albert Solseth of
W visited with Mr; Wm. Mul-
M was week.
” Bertha Mouda left this week
to ,pend the winter with her boys
'wmia.
I.,_¢_—_ -:‘LP. 1......1 1'
"fir members of'fihé' local 1.
0.0.1". attended the lodge in Pasco
”(by evening.
we Needle Work club will meet
“a; Mrs. Walter Hulet next Fri
”, Member 7.
m Baptish Circle will meet on
My, November 13th, at the
we 0! Mrs. Kennett.
'o‘me first circle of the wscs.
gm meet with Mrs. Lee Boubelle
'ednudfly, November 12th.
«I - 0. F. Winkenwerder accom
plied Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Olson
a 5.900 to Walla Walla last Sat
udly. .
m members of the Christian
W are building in some class-1
was for the use of the Sunday
“manna Blair was take to th ‘
r 4 e
m 1 inst Monday night for an
My. She is recovering
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my Durdle of Vancouver is
we visiting his brother, Chester.
3. has been attending business col
), in Portland. ,
“In. Dan Beagle returned Sun
” who: spending three weeks with
native: in Southern Indiana and
mum, DC. - - .
In. Maine Duflm’who has been
me her brothers in Benge, re
amed to Kennewiek last week. She
£lng a brother here.
”we: club next Thursday eVe-n
“if“! 8:00 o’clock. Mrs. Irvin us
an have chmue of flte'program.
Moo Winkenwerder, who has
In: here for the past week visit
uhis parents and redecorating the
w grace. returned to his home
111-Yakima Saturday.
'. Catholic ladies served about‘
thfa at their turkey dinner
, _ y night. The prizes for
; 'e'venlnc were held by Vic Kip
._ .’andfa'tber Boehm ,0! Clarks
; But _,Kennewick Woman’s
will' meet Tuesday, November
_llt the home of Mrs. J. M. 81t-
Il‘mith Mtg-'W. J. Preston as co
”. Therolloanwnlbean
flexed by something appropriate
Ir Armistice Day.
;llr. and Mrs. John B. Drake of
horns called on Mrs. T. W. Payne
u week on their. way to Walla.
m Mrs. lam-"accompanied
In to Walla. Walla and stayed
an Sunday. when her friends ‘re
burned on their way home.
Bestes fl Grocery
OUR NEW STORE HOURS
Monday Thru Friday, 8:00 am. to 5:30 p.m.
Saturdays 8:00 am. to 6:30 p.m.
Specials For Fri. & Sat., Nov. 7-8
AERO—Made by Old English
WAX, Old English, pint . . 20c
HONEY, Pure Comb, Terril’s,-2 for ...............35c
CHOCOLATE CHIPS, Baker’s, 2 for ........-...25c
GINGER SNAPS, Snappy and crisp, 2 Ib. 25c
SUGAR, pure cane or beet, 10 Ib. 65c
fiOfifiofim fi?l'i"é‘isé‘,’°"i§ound 32c
RAISINS, Seedless, Market Day, 41b -.3.-9c
CUT MIXED PEEL, Gray’s, 1b glass jar 39c
MATCHES, 6—box carton, each 18c
PUMPKIN, full 21/2 Gold Bar, 2 cans -.....--....19c
EF§3§EE¥§W°EIEATMEAL pk 15c
CRANBERRIES, whole berries, jar ............25c
CORN, Reliance Cr. or W. K., 2 cans -.........-.28c
CATSUP, Monitor, 12-oz., 2 for 19c
TISSUE, Seaport quality crepe, 4 for --......-...23c
HOLLY BRAND
CLEANSER, 3 cans, . . . . 10¢
Solid Campbell’s TOMATOES, 3 for ...............25c
POPCORN, Hulless Rice, 2142110. 25c
TUNA FLAKES, crated Starkist, 15$, .......-19c
DYSTERS, large Will'apa, 2 cans 35c
fifiXfi’f‘fgound . . . . . . 10c|
CHILI BRICKS, “Star”, pound 25c
GROUND ROUND, fresh, lean, lb. ...............-30c
HALIBUT, fresh, ocean caught, lb: __29c
~FOR FREE DELIVERY—PHONE 2-5-1—
10 am. 4 p.m.
The local Red Cross- Sew'ing unit
will not meet this Week, because 0d
Armistice Day. V . _ '
Mr. and 'Mrs'. W. S. Green and R.
Q. McMahon were Walla Walla
visitors .today (Thursday).
Bill Boutelle was dined sls‘and
costs in the police court last Sat
urday morning for speeding. '
Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Hampton left
Tuesday for a visit with friends and
relatives in lowa and Kentucky.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Matthews are
enjoyinga visit from their nephew,
Robert Davies of Seattle this week.
Mr. and Mrs. B. F'. Thrasher and
son, John, of Donald spent the
week-end in their Kennewick home.
The Altar Society met Sunday aft
ernoon with Mrs. D. J. Beinhart.
Final .plans :for the turkey dinner
were made.
Mrs. Elizabeth Stoken, who is
working in Yakima apple work, spent
the week-end With her mother, Mrs.
Lelia. Matzat.
Honoring the birthdays of both
husband and son, Mrs. A-udley Evett
enflertahed mm a dinner last
Tuesday night. . ~'
At the regular meeting or the
Rainbow Girls last Monday Daphne
Taylor and Gertrude“ Keene were
initiated into the order. ‘
Royal Neighbors club will meet;
With Mrs. B. B. Saunders with Mrs.
Don Harriman assisting on Thurs-.
day of next week, November 13.
Kennewick Valley g-range put on
the: third and fourth degrees at a
special meeting at rthe Finley
,grange last Wednesday night a 8.
Mr. and Mrs. C. H; Ludding'ton
and‘son. Orin,.‘gvere Hansford busi
neesamers and dinner guests in the
:1". N. Hensléy home in White Bluffs
Manley. . 5 I :
. Mrs. Calvin Owens of Harris
burg, Oregon was a Weekend‘suest
in the 0.11. Ludding-ton‘ home, call
ed by'ithe sudden death of her bra--
ther; J. GeQ-Tussey of Hafiord. _
Mrs. H. E. Oliver 1359. patent in
the St. Vincent hospital .in Portiand.
She underwent a major operation
last Wemiesday morning. ’Her' .con
dition is reported as being , satis
factory. '
Sunday dinner guests in the O.
H. Luddington home were Miss
Katherine Robbins, Mr. and Mrs.
P. W. Hampton and house guest,
Mrs. Calvin Owens of Hamsburg,
Oregon. ' - "
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Ridley lam this
week for Omaha, Nebraska, where
they will visit until January 1. Then
they expect to go to Los Angeies,
California, where they will spend
the rest of the winter.
} The Tuesday bridge club met with
‘Mrs. Harry Virbber this week. Hon
}ors weyg. held .by __Mrs. _Qlarence
flames. and Mrs. Ear-1 Jmeé; :Mrs.
my {Renon of Riemann and Mrs.
Gabe Spamming were guests of the
Alice Faye and Betty Grable in
a, scene from the picture “Tin Pan
Alley” playing at the Roxy theatre
starting Armistice Day. ‘
Little Ruth Ann Johnson, (laugh
ter of Mr. and oßer aby?K,
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Johnson,
is spending the week in bed because
'of a bad cold.
Mrs. Milton Libby and son, Allen,
accompanied her father, W. T. El
- to Portland last week-end. Mrs.
Elliott, who 'has :been visiting him
of her daughters. Miss Joyce Elliott
and Mrs. Leger, returned with them
Monday. ‘
Mrs. L. A. Peters of Vancouver
and Mrs. E. Lamoureaux of Mon
treal, Canada, cousins of Mrs. F.
H. Lincoln, and Rev. J. G. Tougas of
Helena, Montana, brother of Mrs.
Lincoln, are visitors at the Lincoln
home this week.
The use .of splints in first aid
work was demonstrated at the first
aid class held in the high school
last Monday. night. This class is
being conducted :by Byrd Lott of
Pasco, assisted by Walter Johnson.
Next Monday transportation and
preparedness of accident victims
will be demonstrated. .
' The'Lodge ”WW: will meet
”in the Masonic‘ 11, November 25,
instead of Nov. 11, because of Ar
mistice Day. The Columbia Lodge
of Perfection of Walla Walla ’will
have complete charge of the meet
ing. "Rev; Geo. Schofield of Wells;
Wafla will be the speaker for the
evening.
Mrs. E. S. Black. Mrs. Larry Oli
ver, Mrs. Odes Sloan and Mrs. .
Johnson were hostesses to a 1:30
dessert (bridge luncheon at the E.
S. Black home last Friday afidr
noon. Honors were held by Mrs. H.
EBesbe, Mrs. Ralph Reed and Mrs.
Whi'te.
A pageant, “As the Seasons Pass”‘
is being prepared .by the pupils in‘
the elementary-school to he givenl
on Nov. 18 in the high school audi
torium. This is to be open to all:
and there will be no admission
charge. Parents and friends are
urged to keep this date open. The
program will, be announced more in
detail next week.
The local firemen and their
wives and friends enjoyed their an
nual Hallowe’en party last Thurs
day night at ’the home of Mr. and
Mrs. [Roy Safford. Three tables of
pinochile were in play during the
evening, after which refreshments
'were served. Honors were heldby
Mrs. 'Manley Gest, Carrol Brett and
Mrs. Gladys Williams. '
i Word has been received. from Mrs.
Hoyt, a former resident 'of Kenne
lwick, who now lives in Oak Park,
;Ill,' that she is recovering from a.
Mall in which she fractured her
knee. She also said that Howard
Iwas in the 11th Cavalry, but at the
present time he is atendmg an 8-
)weeks school in mechanized main-
tenance work for the army in St.
Lewis. '
Lauren Smith received the first
degree at the regular meeting of the 1
1.00.11 Lodge last Tuesday ewe-l
nine. The election of officers for‘
the next term restated in the elec
tion *of Kessler Campbell, Noble
Grand; Harry Davis, Vice Grand;
E. A. Stillman, re-elected Seaetary;
O. A. Fisher, re-elected Treasurer;
Rory Lamb, tmstee. Next Monday
night Lauren Smith will receive the
second degree.
The Annual Fruit Gathering Tea
of the Eastern Star will be held on
Wednesday, November 12 at the
home of Mrs. E. J. Brand with Miss.
‘Geo. Reid and Mrs. Harry Cochran
assisting. This fruit is .to be sent
rte the Masonic and Eastern Star
Home in Zenith, Washington. Any
‘ one Who would like to give fruit and
hasnowaytobflngitEJsasked
lto notify Mrs. Brand and some one
ltwill call for the jars.
The Junior Auxiliary of the Am-l
erican Legion met at the home of
the Auxiliary president. Mrs. Mar-‘
garet O’Heam at 2 o'clock Nov. I.‘
The following officers were elected:
president, Betty Jean Rutheiford;
first vice president. Donna Billings
ley; second vice president, Patsy
Sonnenfburg; historian, Janet Ma
son; chaplain, Asel Ann Purdy; sec
retary-atreasurer, Patty Ann Van
Patten. A national defense plate was
ordered. Refmhments were served
at the close of the meeting. The
next meeting will be at the home
of Mrs. Ruth Simmelink and will
be the installation of officers.
Ashby Brothers Visit
Grandmother in Hover
HOMER—Robert and Duane Ash
by of Kmnewick were week-end
guests of their grandmother, Mrs.
MinnieiAshby." __ _ -_ _A
'mle Hover— Ladim Aid held its
meeting Tuesday afternoon with
Mrs. Lulu Gejssler 9.9 hostess.
IKE KENNEWICK. (WASH) COURIER-REPORTER
‘em 3. G. Fyfe substituted for
the high, school, -Wan. Miss
Johnson his weex.
Robert Nesley of Pressm- and Joe
Osborn. 31'. left ‘Wedpesday for a
few'days’ visit in Seattlp.
Mrs. P. A. Visger, Virginia and
June, and Mrs. Don Visge'r drove to
Pendlebon and Walla. Walla Wed
nesday. November 5.
Mr. and Mrs. Leßoy Moore and
Mrs. Bertha. Manda, who have been
working for Percy Combeljc in the
fruit at Cashmere. returned to their
homes last Sunday.
Monday evening the American
Legion bowling team won over the
Safeway team. Neuman's team won
from Paskens. while the Neuman
and American Legion teams tied for
top place.
Mrs. Ethel Terill of Lakeview.
Oregon, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Geo. Armstrong is spending a
month here visiting her' parents.
She is here because of ill health, but
is much better at this time. I
Mrs. W. D. Washburn and Mrs.
R. O. Washburn are hostesses to
night at a shower given in honor‘
of Mrs. Klinger, a recent bride. The
party will' be at the home of Mrs.
W. D. Washburn. Mrs. Klinger will
be remembered as Miss Coral Jones.i
The P.-T. A. will meet in the‘
high school November 12th at s{
o’clock. After the regular business
meeting a. program consisting of a‘
talk by Miss Marguerite Berry, the
extension agent, on "Nutrition in the J
Home,” several musical numbers
and community singing led by Mrm
Bloom will be given. P.-T.A. meets
the second Wednesday each month
and everyone is welcome to all of the‘
meetings. I
The Walther League held a Zone
Rally last Sunday at the Bethle
hem Lutheran. church. This zone
includes the organizations from El
lensburg to Dayton. A basket lunch
was served at noon. Immediately
after lunch a businus meeting was
held and the league activities were
carried on. Later a beautifulLv dec
orated cake was mm to Rev.
Kau-th in honor or his twenty-five
years’ of service as a minister. 'llhe
Rev. L. Whittey of Dayton. was
the speaker afor the atternoon and
Rev. L. C. Krug of White Bluffs
spoke during theevehing.
Business as Usualjs
Out‘of the window
- Business as usual, for telephone companies,
is “out of the window.” Soliciting new business
has ceased with practically all telephone com
panies, as the normal increase coming by reason
of present business conditions will be more than
enough tofuse up the surplus capacities of most
exchanges. "
The-average telephone user is probably' not
aware of the difficult situation that is building
up. Our demands for service. are being met by
supplies on hand, but material shortages next
year will really become acute. The army, for
example, has already purchased 300,000 miles of
field telephone wire. Three times more than used
in the last war. The inability of the Bell Sys
tem to secure materials for increasing long dis
tance facilities has resulted in the slowing up of
the toll s‘ervice; this will increase as time goes on.
' We are allowed to use our “A-lo” priority
rating for the purchase of supplies ONLY for
maintenance and emergency repairs. Orders of
telephones for new installations are on the shelf
until priority orders have been filled. Any par
ties who are planning to install a telephone in
the next few months are urged to make their
application at once so that we may try to antici
pate our next year’s' requirements.
Kennewick Valley
Telephone Co.
The Ladies' Aid of the Bethlehem
Lutheran church is meeting with
Mrs. George autje'wday (Thurs
day) with Mrs. Gus Neuman as oo
hostes. - v
Mi‘s. W. G. O'Neil went to Seattle
Tuesday evening to attend’the mn
eral of her uncle John Allison. She
intends to visit with her two sons.
Jack and Pat while over there. Pat
will join‘the army signal corps this
Miss Velma. McCamish entertain
ed with a shower in honor of Mrs.
Donald Doyle last week. Twenty
three guests Were present and many
JoveLv gifts were presented to the
guest of honor. Cider and dough
nuts were served later in we eve
nine.
Mrs. ’Eldora. DeMotts. associate
field semetary of the Camp Fire
Girls met with {the Kiwanis club
last Tuesday noon and gave a short
talk. Mterwards she spoke to the
mothers, girls and Camp Fire
leaders in the parlors of the M. E.
church.
vA-t a regular meeting of the Sew
ing club Wednesday nicht 8 8111"
prise bridal shower was given for
Miss Virginia Visser. who is soon
to become a bride. The party was
held at the John Neuman home
with Mrs. Jim Johnson and Miss Al
ma Lenz 11W.
Honoring Mr. and Mrs. Gun-an.
Cheliis, who are visiting here. a no
host dinner was held last Monday
nightat-thehomeoer aners.
Clarence Yedica. Places were set for
twelve. later bridge was played
with honors going to Dr. and Mrs.
dealt and E. C. Smith
The regular monthly dinner party
of the Wednesday bridge club was
held at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Carl Bchuster with Mr. and Mrs.
Leigh Beamer assisting. Carl
Schuster and Leigh Beamer. who
played as a couple, held first score,
and Mr. and Mrs. Welter Knowles,
second.
Mr. and Mrs. Curran Chellis of
Yakima are here this week visiting
relatives and friends. They are en
joying a month’s vacation which
theyplantospendinaleism-ely
way by driving first to Seattle, then
down' through California. Daryl
(mems is staying with friends in
Yakima, while her parents are va
eationins.
WEWAN'rtonnthtspnemcoodnmyuemseveryweek.You
can help us. When you know an item of interest. tell us about
it personally. or by phone—we'll appreciate it. Our «telephone number
Is One-moan.
The DAR. will meet at the home
of hits. J. a. W on next
Monday for a dessert luncheon.
The Rev. J. P. Meier of Walla
Wells. was master of monies
during the banquet served Sunday
evening in the H. 8. cafeteria. when
150 plates were served. John Neu
man spoke for the congregation and
Fellowship League end presented
Rev. Knuth with a. swing chair.
while Mrs. John Neumen speaking
110:- the ladies' aid. presented Mrs.
Knuth with an occasional chair. Rev.
‘Ksuth was ordained in North Da-
Lkote and came to Kennewick in
‘1924. 'lhe Rev. R. R. Koch and Rev.
J. C. Nauss of Yakima. Rev. L.
Westerkamp of Wapato. Rev. C.
M. Aniline of Spokane and Rev. H.
|Schulse of Sunnyside were other
:miniaters present.
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MARBLEHEAD
SQUASH, pound . . 1715‘
Sweet
Potatoes
6 lb ... . .279
Golden Bantam
Corn
Season’s Best
256 D”.
GREEN, CRISP '
Celery, each . . 5¢
¥ss§§°fi . 15¢
325“? 15c -
Boston Butts, pound 29¢
PICNICS, pound . 25¢
Lg'e. Weiners, lb. 25¢
Sirloin Steak, pound 29¢
Fresh groqu
COFFEE, pound .190
Shurfine $1.69
FLOUR,49Ib..
PUMPKIN .
2% size can ......k "G
.SHURFIN E
Shortening, 3 lbs. . 67 c
Grapefruit
- Juice
46-02. tin
19c
Tomato
Juice
15-oz. tin
2 for ...150
gfifififirge pkgs, 39c
Phone 321
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' SHURI‘INE GROCERY
Mrs. Lent mm: is on the sick
list this week. _
Armistlce and Admission any.
Nov. 11th. will be observed oftic ‘lly
by the elementory whom for the first
time this year. The prop-am mu
be given in the huh school nudiflo -
ium. are. P. 0. State. as a Wig:
oentotive from the Aman ‘ n
Auxiliary will be the speaker. e
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Janet Hillier and Joe Davidson.
mm club met this afternoon
with Mrs. G. A. Purdy. Nu. m
Olson held high score and Mrs. L.
H. Baboock. who was a guest of the
club .held second him. 301.0%
cock also held high score _ ,
guests. Mrs. Howard Whitbeoh'ds
the other guest. The regular u.
Ksre dinner will be given at W
‘Purdy home next Monday night. J‘o
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Wflfim 23¢
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