OCR Interpretation

The Kennewick courier-reporter. [volume] (Kennewick, Wash.) 1939-1949, November 13, 1941, Image 3

Image and text provided by Washington State Library; Olympia, WA

Persistent link: https://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn87093044/1941-11-13/ed-1/seq-3/

What is OCR?

Thumbnail for 3

! my, November 13, 1941.
Top Dressing, '
ly;:!¢i‘ather Strips,
rosters, Winte F
and Floor Mats . r routs
fieve-Year-Old Boy
Kills Coyote Tuesday
“UTE BLUFIFS—Keith Hall, 12-
PM“ son of Mr. and Mrs. D. D.
flu. shot and killed a coyote on
«punch property four miles west
[W Tuesday evening. Both Mr.
N Kll- Hall were away from home
“the ,ume. Keith had been home
M school for some time when he
I' the coyote trying to get through
a genoe at the cattle. He hurried
I) the house to get his father’s
am The coyote in the meantime
”needed in getting over the fence,
w he was speedily dispatched
”Keith. His friends declare he is
”mp otf the old block when it
91095 to handling a gun.
The White Bluffs grange held
my annual election of officers at
their regular meeting Thursday
mm. The officers for the en
“mg year are as follows: Otis Skel
m master; D. D. Hall, overseer;
'5. Marie Ponsat, lecturer; John
11. Johnson, steward; Edward Pon
gt, Asst. Steward; Mrs. Christine
m, chaplain; Verne Grisham,‘
W 3 Glen Grisham, secretary; i
m Wagner, doorkeéper; Mrs;
9,1). Hall. Ceres; Mrs. J. E. Lean-‘
a 5, Pomona; Mrs. Otis Skelton,
Ms; Mrs. Dolly Arnold, Lady As-1
mt; F. N. Hensley and Edmond.
won, executive committeemenfl
n, Home Economics Chairman will i
umbted at the next regularl
m. Volunteers were asked to ‘
w m the hall on Monday mom
in! g: emit o’clock to complete cov—
m the waste pipes that were put
in wring the summer. The next‘
mm» meeting will .be postponed to
my, November 27th, because
amalgam, Nov. 20.
Kr. and Mrs. Vern Foraker, who
where about six weeks ago, wrote
film’Sam Allard with the infor
nfion that they are now in Brem
gm. Vern is working for a con-
WW; -__ . -
mtum Miller of Whidby Island is
he guest of Mr. and Mrs. F. N.
why of the In-Between for a few
up this week.
an. H. H.Bmlth came home Wed
my from Walla Walla, returning
mnsday rto be with her husband,
unconvalmclng in the Veterans
Wu. ._- -- ‘..-...
Henry Young and M. M. WiehJ
am to Yakima Satan-day on busi
m. 'mey were accompanied on
the return trip 'by Fred Frietag, who
130 nm: way home Irom Hex-mis
uuhere he has been employed for
ammo amps- _
The hmeral of the late Jake
Me, a resident of Hanford, for
hm twenty years. was held from
Inner: Undertaking Parlors in
lanewick on Saturday, November
L'lhe service was preached by the
Wok Baptist minister, Rev.
Eden in the Mueller chapel. Inter
ultras made in Riverview Heights
anetery. A brother, L. B. Tussie,
* \%"‘ / i *
”f 5 if‘gfinfiwg
* mwg §M§Q *
* £O9 I * e \ ~ VAC} a:
i ”If SERVICE 0? AW *
Dka/hcg‘ive wiffiouf being expensive f
cuevnomsuswm MODELS .
to tun m
to mu m
To lEAD m
ll ammo BUY m: lEADER AND an m: lEADING m I.
~ Kennewick, Washington .
Pasco Auto Company
\PGSCO, Washington 7
arrived from Palaisades :to take
charge of the property. Mr. Tussie
was a. bachelor, age sixty-four. was
:born in Missouri. He leaves his fa
ther J. J. Tussie, mnety-UWO years
of age, four sisters, Miss Pearl Tus
sie and Mrs. W. Herndon of Kimber
ly, Idaho; Mrs. Mary Owens of Har
risburg and Mrs. E. L. Towe of Los
Angela, 03.1.; two brothers, J. C.
Tussie of Kimberly, Idaho and W.
F. Tussie of Buhl, Montana.
Home After Few Weeks’
Work in Hermiston
ROVER—Mr. and Mrs. Rex Ashby
and son, David, returned Thursday
from Hermiston. Oregon, where he
has been employed the past few
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Evans motored
to Hermiston. Oregon Tuesday.
Mrs. Minnie Ashby was a dinner
guest of Mrs. Carrie Dimmick Sun
John Dahl'm and daughter Em
ma, left Friday .to spend a week with
Jacob Dahlin and family at Bend,
Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Evans of Mt.
Vernon visited with home folks
over Armistice.
Returns Home After
Week’s- Stay in Hospital
'HOVER—Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Mills came home last week from
'Nampa, Idaho, where he has been
in a hospital, following a major
operation. _
Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Ashby came
home Tuesday from Hermisbon,
Oregon, where hehas *been employ
ed the past several months.
(my Nelson dressed out. most of
his flock of turkeys Saturday and
Sunday. - A ___ ‘
Mrs. Jake Geier and children of
Davenport were guwts at the J. E.
Cochran home over the week-end
and Armistice.
Kiona-Benton Grange
Has Interesting Meeting
BENTON CITY—At the Kiona-
Benton grange meeting Wednesday
evening, F. E. Dining and Preston
Rover of Prosser spoke on the power
situation. The first and second de
grees were conferred on two candi
dastes, two applications for member
ship were received and Mrs. Elsie
Hollis joined rby demit from the
Davenport mange. Committeemen
reported and final arrangements
were made for entertaining Pomona.
grange on Saturday. Elva Sutton
gave a short ironing demonstration
for Which she won a ribbon at the
state 4-H club fair at Yakima. _
[A seven o’clock potluck supper
will precede the business meeting,
November 19, when the annual elec
tion of officers will 'be held.
‘l’heir surpassing quality—plus their
surprising economy—sets them apart
from all other "Torpedo" models
Superlative grace and beauty distin-i
guish Chevrolet’s new Fleetline Aero
sedan and new Fleetline Sportmaster.
And, of course, they also bring you all
of the Unitized Knee-Action comfort . . .
all of the Valve-in-Head “Victory” per
formance and economy . . . all of the
30-year-proved dependability which char
acterize the new Chevrolet—The Finest
Chevrolet of All Time.
See these distinguished cars at your
nearest Chevrolet dealer’s, and convince
yourself that “It pays to buy the leader
and get the leading buy.”
Winter Needs
, * H'ermiston Auto Company
Hemiston, Washington .
Fred Gilhuly Jr. to Be
Stationed in Texas
WHITE BLUFFS—Fred Gilhuly,
jr., after spending about a month
at Sand Point naval air base, Seattle,
completed his preliminary training.
passed his solo flying test success
fully and received his orders to re
pent- at Corpus Christi, Texas on
Thursday, November 13th. In order
to reach his destination in the re
quired time, he must travel six hun
dred miles a day for five continuous
days. Fred boarded an airliner at
Yakima Saturday morning going via
Portland to meet a pal from Sand
Point, both young men travelling to
the same destination.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray McCarty and
two children left Saturday for Van
couver, where they will spend a few
days the guests of Mrs. McCarty’s
George Medina returned Monday
from Okanogan, where he was em
ployed by C. C. Statler in the apple
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Mount and
son, Howard, of Baker, Montana.
left Monday for Vancouver. after
spending the week-end with Mr.
Mount’s mother. Mrs. Roy Van
Cleave at the Okley hotel.
The high school basketball boys’
team will attend a basketball jam
boree in the Richland high school
Friday evening. The boys have been
diligently practicing in the gym in
preparation for the season’s winter
games. The schools participating
will be Kennewick, Richland, Viver
View; Benton City, H-anford and
White Blufifs.
Don’t forget the high school play
entitled “Aunt Tillie Goes to Town”
Saturday evening, November 15th.
Mrs. Francis Moody spent the
week-end visiting relatives and
friends in Wenatchee.
J. W. Ham is spending a few days
at Lander, Wyoming. He is expected
to return mhis week-end.
rLloyd Hopkins, who has been
working near Wenabchee, called at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Evan
Ham Wednesday. Hopkins is a bro
ther of Mrs. Hams.
Harold and Evan Ham called on
Paul Schicka at «he Yakima hospi
tal Sunday. They brought Schicga’s
wrecked car 'back to White Bluffs.
His condition is reported to be fair.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles English and
daughter, Judith Lee, lefit [for their
home "in Seattle after spending a
vacation of two weeks with the par
ents of Mr. English.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hoare were
visitors in Grandview Saturday.
Anson M. Potter was registered at
the Okley thotel this week. He arriv
ed Monday with two of his switch
board crew Joseph Murphy and P.
W- Hellman. They, .are installing
some additional switchboard control
equipment at Midway substation at
Vernita. Mr. Potter and his crew
will return to Walla Walla Friday
I‘ . _ .‘.‘
n‘fi—Ji) _- 7
mums MlmfiY TRUCKS
/’ “Mg-um"
:' "" bx Ml? \
/’ :«L-f 321’” “
. gr ‘
._7: I |
- .a x I .
_4.(.'A..:51':1'-1-" [I :I n .' .Ki'pni i i.
mums 75 MM. sums
V“. Jar-""3 "'
at: [I 292“? {-
L l
#3: "VJ‘ ,
~ » -,r_.'
'C‘EJI~I?« w
mmmc mmvmmcz omcm
afternoon, where he has charge of:
the installation of the switchboards
and control house wiring in the
M. m.
3305?“??? . .259
aass’m . . .250
fofiiiifiand ...27c
11:93:33.“; 13619“.
gorgyoasg,’ 3P 1?:
ma “821:4? 2,2,2
Meat, 2 lbs., 23c
Chaise Quality
None Such Mince Meat, 9 oz. pkg. . . . .llc
Rosedale Pineapple, 2 30-oz. tins . . . . .35c
Garden Side Peas, 3 303 tins, 17 oz. . . .25c
McGovern’s Pink Salmon, 2 16-02. tins 35c
Ritz Crackers, large package . . . . . . .l9c
Jell Well Fruit Gelatine, pkg. ... . . . .4c
Sugar Belle Peas, No. 2 tin,'2o oz. . . .12c
N.B.C. Shredded Wheat, 12 oz. pkg. . .llc
Mountain Meadow Tomatoes, 2'/z’s, 2, 25¢
Alber’s Cornfl’akes, 11 oz. pkg. . . . . . . .6c
Heinz Soups, assorted, 2 16-02. tins . .25c
Libby’s Diced Beets, 20-oz. tin ... . .9c
Sunny Dawn Tomato Juice, 2 18-oz. 15c
Edward’s Coffee, lb. 27c; 2-lb. tin. . . . .53c
Wyandotte Olives, med., 9-oz. tin . . . .l3c
Glenn Aire Grapefruit, 20-oz. tin . . . .llc
Blue Heron Shrimp, 5-oz. tin . . . . . . . .lsc
Pelaco Small Cove Oysters, 5 oz. tin .l4c
Campbell’s Tomato Soup, 2 101/roz. 15c
Rosedale Sweet Pickles, qt. jar . . . . . . .27c
Twin City Butter, pound 39c
ggfiljfigi 92a 17 oz. . . 10c
35%.: 'l‘7 oz ting, gatins for 25¢
gOCKTXiijfi oz. ettin for 11¢
fifimfiu 2 lb jar for 25c
fifiéfififffi case of 48, $3.73
Heaters, Thermostats,
Windshield Wipers and
Motors, Fog Lamps,
Driving Gloves
inn You: utuu non
‘ uouuumo to no. n
K .‘.‘.l'
:Walla Walla substation. He expects?
to have the permanent comm) house ‘-
ready for operation in about six 1
l ' H 1%?
' c ' 0" rd 5'7 a
’ ' and keep Your - URKEY '
- dISPOSI-lioh' '
a 9" mm“ '
' - , It. as?“ '
hint-vita $35: '
19W c 5““ o
' //\ flaxfifil'ht '
' ‘ ._. IOIOVO....“.:"‘
a]? "I. an“, lad “ ' .
' 7’.) "Much“
'p I ’50.".c." "u :
v Q”: “33““
m” "
a s , 3:22:24 '
' 5 ‘I.. “..:“. '
Loii’i‘"°"s§°'“' a
.' °" l
- __ v w, , ’
Thanksgiving Dinner November 20,1941
w: mom“ you a man-743W?"

Western Auto Supply
OLAV l. OTHEIM, Authorized Dealer
3weeks. The power shovel. bulldozer’
'and trucks are working two shims at ‘
'Midway substation. The grading '
Solid Pack
28-02. tins
’ DELICIOUS, 10 lb 69c \
memmm: '1'3‘782.‘ 33: ”'
SWEET SPUDS, 6 lb 23c
Texas Marsh seedless, new crop.
Fancy Red McFarlands.
CRANBERRIB, 2lb . 25c
ORANGE, lb . . 8c
Sunkist, «net and Juicy
mflfiAS, lb . . 8c
POTATOES, 12 lb 29c
U. S. No. 1 Netted Gems
100munds ...............$1.98
HAT ma non: oeucuous
moat, AND comm anowu
. . 0R ”01/R M 0057 846'!!!
r. 1' ' .
g, East my}. .
v v
v ,/——- - \V
v 0'
N m w
(‘l. J'
Nothing but finest quflity Turkeys at Sule
ny markets . . . (1.8.310. 1 Prime. grain-fed
binds, well mulled out. Every turkey sold by
sumy ls “muted perfect or your money
luck. Ou- lervloe Includes «11-swing tendons
and mulling for the oven. Buy at Safeway.
Wash. Co-op. young.
medium weight. Us.
Gov. graded. No. I
fancy prime.
lb. 33c
pt. 27c
SAUSAGE, lb. .........23c
PORK ROAST, lb. .....23c
OVEN ROAST, lb. . .25c
0F BEEF. landing rib or center
LEG O’ LAMB, lb. ...;.25c
'of the pfopert-y should be almost
completed before the cold weather
our"; 8
lb. 33c
Dorothy Duncan
A superb W of (my
W In mm; or w
tc and Mann. A pop-hr n
m In doom II“ “111.
1 '/z 3-lb. S .39
lbs. 790 tin I
Gu m Drops, Orange
Slices, Broken or Satin
2 one-lb. cello ”€290
Fresh dressed. cram
fed. fancy. plump
young geese.
lb. 22c
lb. 33c

xml | txt