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The Kennewick courier-reporter. [volume] (Kennewick, Wash.) 1939-1949, November 13, 1941, Image 10

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Dr. and Mrs. Clyde Gray. who
visited in Hover last week-end are
old time friends of Mrs. Julia Hem
enway. She entertained them at
dinner last. Monday evening at, the
Pasco honerf Mrrand Mrs. Willard
Gray of Hover were also guests at
this time.
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Hardware 6- Furniture Co.
Kennewick, Washington.
The regular meeting of the Rain
bow assemva will be held in the
Masonic hall next Monday night.
Several of the girls will meet at the
home of their mother adviSor, Mrs.
rHarry Linn on this Saturday night
to sew on robes for the assembly
choir.
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Pomona Advocates'
Price Ceiling on ‘
Labor, Industry
(Continued From Page 1
Sister Morgan; third, Sister Jacob-
SOD.
Divinity, first, Sister Luehrs. No
other entrias in this clam.
Miscellaneous. first, Sister Luehrs.
No other entirw.
A SIO.OO Thanksgiving gift was
sent to the Washington Children’s
Home.
In keeping with the policy of for
mer years. the Pomona will buy the
achievement pins for the 4-H club
members in the county. The price
this year is $12.08.
Mrs. Gladys Fleming. the execu
tive secretary of Benton County T.
B. League gave a talk stressing es
pecially how the Christmas Seal
money is spent.
Reports of Subordinate Granges i
Locust brave enjoyed a dinner of
venison provided (by Brother Carl
Williams. Vale’s membership is only
seven under the largest grange in
the state. They sent $5.00 to the
Washington Children’s Home, have
made kitchen improvements, one
member, Sister Benjamin, attended
Idaho State Grange at Lewiston.
Hanford has given three dances to
raise money, .will have election next
meeting. Rattlesnake has had regu
lar meetings.
E Finley held a special meeting I
i when Kennewick Valley’s team came "
f and put on the thirdand foruth de
grees for three candidates for Fin
lay, two fer Valley and four for Bur
wank. A carnival took in S7O.
Buena Vista made $20.00 on a box
social, many back dues coming in,
will entertain Pomona in January.
Horse Heaven will hold a .series
of card parties. two of their mem
bers, Sisters E. H. and Anna Mc-‘
Bee, will attend National Grange in
Worcester, Mass., voted 3c per mem
ber to the Gegley Memorial Fund.
Kiona-Benton—As the local paper
has been discontinued, the grange
is sponsoring 9. Bulletin Board for
publicity, doing Red Cross sewing,
sent $5.00 to the Children’s Home,
on November 19th, .will have a pot
luck dinner and election.
Kennewick Highlands, Home Eco
nomics committee met, deputy from
Lind at Booster Night meeting. '
Valley sent team to Finley on
Nov. 55th, pie social brought $30.00,
2c to Keeley Memorial Fund, have
a Red Cross committee.
No representation from White
Bluffs.
Several visited from Burbank and
extended an invitation to attend
their Pomona in Walla Walla con-n
--ty.
'A rising vote of thanks was given
mom-Benton. .
, Sister Hazel Dishman was initiat
ed in the fifth degree and Brother
Scott came in by demit (from Twisp
in nOkanogan cotmty. ,
‘ In the court scene during the invi-i
«tation thhe patriotic theme was
emphasized with Lem. Simmelink
as the Goddess of «Liberty, Kenneth
Gunman as; Uncle’ Sam. Han-y Flem
ing as a sailor and Orin Beinhart
as a World War soldier.
‘ Miss {Brooks of the Kiowa-Ben
ton school Jaculty, with her chorus of
girls, pmnted a splendid program
of songs and a skit. Most outstand
’dngwaslbhempetwirungbyoneod'
the girls.
I The next meeting will be De
;cember 13 at Vale at .1230 p.m. with
installation of all the officers of the
county and all are urged to be pres
ent. Those not installed at this
time Should be installed at the
next meeting or the subordinate
grange and none-are officers till in
stalled. ‘
Surprise Birthday
Party Given by Friends
LOCUST GROVE Fourteen of
Harry Glodfelter’s friends came
Sunday evening :firom Presser and
Sunnyside to help celebrate that
gentleman’s birthday. _lt was a
complete surprise to Henry. the
guests bringing lovely refreshments
‘which were served at the close ofi
(the evening’s games and fun.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Nwoson and
two daugth were Sunday visitors
at the Fred Simmelink home.
Locust Grove grange will meet
Friday, November .14 at the hall.
The annual electiOn of officers will
be held. Refleslunents will be serv
ed. .
Walter Edwards and Neil Sim
melink were Walla. Walla. visitors
Saturday.
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MEN’S
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Flannel Slurts
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Our Better
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We must have room for our big Christmas Stock --- so here goes many
seasonable and wanted items at a great reduction. Former prices are I
disregarded. Buy now and save! N o exchanges or refund!
This is an attractive group of fine qual- 25
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SMART
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88c
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MAKE YOUR PATCHWORK QUILT NOW
A Large N otlon Bag
StuffedFulltoßrim 5
REDUCED—Big 2-Pound Box 15
QUILTING PIECES, only G
Drastic Reduction!
Children’s 77c
SHOES & OXFORDS
. Shop early for this one.
REDU C E D !
STICK-0N SOLES
For men and 9
women. Only c
DRASTIC REDUCTION f
30 Pair of Our Best Grade
Men’s Oxfords and Dress Shoes
Fine quality calf and kid leather uppers. All
leather soles. Hurry and get your size $2.88
REDUCED!
Ladies’
Brassieres
21.115109
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Shop At Our Bargain Tables
Dozens of bargains. Space will not allow us
- Men’s Overcoats
Smart styles, warm fabrics in blues and $9.00
greys. Sizes 36. 37 and 38 onlv
REDU C E D !
Ladies’
Flannel Pajamas
Bun-y! Bully!
KENNEWICK. WASHINGTON
25 of our Better Grade
HOUSE DRESSES
to print.
REDU C E D !
CURTAIN
PAN EIS
~3s6each
Whilst-hey”
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DRESS SUIT
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Men’s Cotton
Undershirts
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Bib Overalls
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