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M, November 13. 1941.
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Liaise “STORIES OF THE WEEK
:snd Mrs. B. J. Campbell and
end Mrs. Fred Campbell visited
'3‘” coast at Hoods Canal over
g‘wend, returning Tuesday.
WV mnual fruit gathering tea of
“035. was held at the home or
p 3, J. Brand last Wednesday
“on. A good start towards
W me fruit barrel was made.
“Ith sale, sponsored by the WO
- Missionary Society of the
W" church is being! held at
”manna and will continue un
fl my. 19. The collection nearly
’l3 amber and including many
M were started by Mrs. Chas.
hammer. Some are mere start
“fmle others are ready to bloom.
All are well rooted and potted. The
”Md-S of this sale will go
~ the Northwest Christian Home
”the aged at Beaverton, Oregon.
“gnome for the old people with no
”ms is supported entirely -by
”Christin churches of Washing-
Dr. and Mrs. Clyde Gray of Ta
can”! spent the week-end as guests
‘ flleh' son and Idaughter-in-law,
It. and Mrs. Willard Gray of H 0,3,
,3, Mr. Gray is the principle or:
an Hover high school. Dr. Gray,
no is an enthusiastic hunter, en
ppd the sport while here. .
mile Gravenslund. Margaret Gar
", marl Dame, Tommy Simme
l‘nk pvu W” Pratt were the Rain
" Girls who attended the regu
ur'assembly meeting in Prosser last
My night. They were accom
md by Mrs. Harry Lirm, their‘
finer advisor. R. Q. Maemahon
u I. 8. Black. - ,
ms. Julia Heminway was a' guest‘
{the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wil-‘
many in Hover last Sunday. ‘
m Ora Dickinson accompanied
A!!! Taxman .to Puya-mip last]
my,w‘hen he and his son, Jim-l
aim to their home. . . w
W. “Mrs. J. C. Pratt left Tuw;
”evening for Seattle on a busi-i
a trip. 'mey returned Friday by
n of Puyzmup, where they meti
In. Ora Dickinson. Mrs. Pratt’s
fiber. and she returned to Ken-1
luck with them. ‘
A study club conducted by Dr.‘
shining. which meets every two
when Thursday nights, will be;
Mined at :the Harry Vibberj
if Wt (W Y-) \
. and Mrs. Frank Maupin and
Dike! visited the airport in Pen
flm Wednesday.
Ira. Frank Maupm, Mrs. Ed Neu
gn, Mrs. John Neuman, Mrs. Geo.
m an! Mrs. H. L. Dadsworth
attained » with a dessert lunch
til at the Arrow Grill last Friday.
man were won by Mrs. Howard
M, Mrs. P. 0. Stone and Mrs.
flier o! Pasco. .
lbs. Floyd Batching and Ruth
Ann accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Al
-to Spokane today (Thurs
hy). M will visit friends there
It! return Sunday.
Jule Misses Minnie and Hulda.
has, Margaret Hawkins, Inga
(him and Alma. Ree'se were last
link visitors at 'l‘ollgate. .
Bestes
We have much to be thankful for this year, and
the good food for all the family to enjoy is ,one.
Specials For Week Ending Nov. 20
Efrflli‘efih?’lgéfigfiné§,m;ound . 32c
APRICOTS, “Fresh Dried,” pound ................23c
POP CORN, Rice Hulless, 21/2 pounds ............25c
DATE AND NUT BREAD, Dromedary, can 15c
CRANBERRIES, Ocean Spray, whole, jar 25c
My Quality. Lynns’ Magma
MINCE MEAT,2 lbs. . . . 29c
SWEET PICKLES, Pheasant quart 25c
Plneapple CHUNCKLETS, full 2% can ........25c
GREEN BEANS, Whole Fancy, '2 for -.....--35 c
PEAS, No. 3 Fancy Walla Walla, 2 for ........29c
fifififi‘ffif 3 m“. . . . . 19c
PUMPKIN PIE SPICE, it’s tops, can --......15c
Brown Rice, S & W, i’t’s healthful. Pkg. ....-...23c
JELLO, 6 flavors, all delicious, 3 for -........-..19c
CORN, Seaport whole kernel, 3 cans -...........35c
m%%HES, 6 box carton . . 15c
SOAP GRAINS, IGA Large Box, 2 for -.......29c
TISSUE, Seaport Crape, 4 rolls 23c
NAPKINS, large lap size, package ...-......--.--10c
TOWELS, Reliance, 2 rolls 19c
U. S. No. 1 McFarlane’s
QRKNBERRIESJ pounds . 35c
SWEET SPUDS, U. S. No. 1, 5 pounds -....--.23c
CELERY, large green Utah, bunch .........-......9c
LETTUCE, crisp, solid, 3 heads 10c
Also Sprouts, Brocolli-, Calavos, Cocoanuts,
NEW STORE
~FOR
FREE
10 am.
County Auditor Harley- Chapman
was in Kemewlck Wednesday on
business. -
The sewmg club met with Mrs.
Jim Johnson for the regular meet
ing last. Wednesday night. Miss
Betty Kenny was a guest for the
evening. '
Clifford thhany of Pendleton
visited at. .the Visger home from
Saturday 170 Tuesday night.
Mrs. Ralph Lincoln and Miss
Helen Kathman were here from Se
attle over the week-end. They
visited their parents, Mr. and Mrs.
John Kanhman of the Garden
Tracts.
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd M. White of
Salem visited at the Harvey White
home over the week-end and Ar
mistice Day.
Rev. L. C. Krug of White Bluffs
visited a patient in the Pasco hos
pital and afrien-ds here last week.
Word has just been received of
.the marriage of Jessie Hessler to
A. J. .Fruehling of Seattle. The
wedding took place in Bremerta'n at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. W.
Maudlin on October 25. A Baptist
minister performed the ceremony
and the .bride is here visiting her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walt Healer
for a few days.
The Business and Professional
Women’s Club held their monthly
meeting at the Arrow Grill Monday
night, November 10, with 35 mem
bers and guests present. Mrs. Flem
ing of Benton City game an interest
ing talk on the Tuberculosis League
and snowed a moving picture illus
'hating the value, of the sale or the
TB seals. Dr; deißit spoke on the
value of building up registance to
maintain good health. The pros-mm
closed with a. skit given by five
members of the club.
The Thursday Bridge Club met
today (Thursday) with Mrs. R. E.
mm at her home on the River
Road. Mrs. Larry Oliver held high
score and Mm. Unben Koelker,
second high {for the club. Mrs. C.
F. Winkenwerder held high score
for the guests. Mrs. McKinley
Desgramges and Mrs. W. Gravens
lund were also guests for the anther
noon.
Mrs. Cecil Anderson entertained
the Wednesday Bridge Club with
a dessert luncheon this week. Hon
ors were held by Mrs. Carl Schus
ter and Mrs. Lawrence Scott. Mrs.
Wm. MaGahey of Pasco and Mrs.
Howard Mthee were guests.
Mrs. Fred Giard of Quincey Is
in Kennewick this week and is host
ess to the Escolantes club tonight
(Thursday)
'Monford Fyfe, Gene Whittemore
and Henry Belair spent the week
end and over Tuesday with home
folks. They left Tuesday afternoon
for their school at Pullman.
‘Kennewick‘ Bridge club met with
Mrs. E. C. Smith Wednesday. Hon
ors were held ‘.by Mrs. Harry Snively
of Richland. Next meeting will be
Nov. 26th at the home of Mrs. W.
J. Barnes with Mrs. Snively as the
hostess.
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Pomagranets, etc.
HOURS—B :00-5 :30 ; Sat., 6 :30
DELIVERY—PHONE 2-5-1—
4 p.m.
Grocery
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Mr. and Mrs. George Purdy were
‘hosts to the Kilkare club dinner
.party last Monday night. Honors
were held by Mr. and Mrs. Elmer
Olson and Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Belair.
Autumn leaves were very cleverly
used in the decorations on the tables
and for place cards. Mrs. 0. P.
Miller and Mr. and Mrs. Merril
Simmelink were guests of the club.
George Purdy was called to Walla
Walla last Monday to attend a. P. P.
8:. L. meeting. '
Mr. and Mrs. Chet McGee and
children of Cold Creek visited with
friends here last Sunday.
Phil Bier visited in Pullman last
Sunday.
Miss Bess Armstrong and John
Sheppard of Long Beach, California
are here for a visit with John Shep
pard’s brother, George Sheppard
and family. ,~
‘ Mervin Mitchener of Yakima vis
ited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. R.
Mitchener last Tuesday. '
Valeria Holcomb, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. C. L. Holcomb, underwent
'a nose operationrm Seattle Wednes
day of this week.
me iF'loriculture club was enter
tained with a dessert luncheon by
Mrs. Ida Bunts. at her home last
Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Travis of
Portland visited in Kennewick this
week.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Thurston and
Walter Johnson, who have been
visiting in Everett, returned to
Kennewick Monday. '
Miss Mervin Moore and Mrs.
Donald Kerr of Benton Cflty were
Kennewick visitor-s Wednesday.
While here Mrs. Kerr purchased
candy to 'be sent _.to Scotland for
Christmas. ‘
C. S. Knowles left Wednesday for
Porflland Where he will spend the
rest of the week. .
The Junior Auxiliary of the Am
erican Legion will meet Saturday
November 15th at the home of Mrs.
Herman Campbell at 2 o'clock. In
stallation. of officers will be held at
this time. _All daughters of veterans
are invited to ‘ . r'l'hose need
ing transpormmsked to meet
at Vibber Glf-fords at 1:35 p.ll}.
Dorene Higley celebrated her
birthday last Monday night, Nov.
mm by entertaining ten of her girl
friends with a six o'clock dinner.
Afterwards the girls attended the
football rally.
Mr.‘ and Mrs. E. J. Leas of Lusk,
Wyoming are visiting at the home
of Mrs. Leas’ son, Gan] Anderson
and family. The group spent last
week end in Seattle.
Mr. and Mrs. Lane K. Larson
were visitors in Hemiston last Tues-
The Pink and Green club is being
entertained at the home of Miss
Maxie Gemxds- an: Finley today
(Thursday);'s Each memlfirscame
with their lunch in - a paper sack.
This novel way of serving was en
joyed _very much by all those pre
sent.
The D. A. R. met at the home
of Mrs. J. H. Siegfried on Monday,
Nov. 10 for a dessert luncheon. Mrs.
Ruben Gest read the president gen
eral’s message from the National
Historical magazine. Mrs. M. M.
Moulton who had charge of the
program also read articles from the
National Historical magazine. Mrs.
Norman Robbins and Mrs. Earl
Jones, prospective members. were
guests of the chapter. Margaret
Smith who has been selected .to rep
resent Kennewick high school in
the good citizen contest sponsored
by the 111-AB. was pmsent.
Miss Clerioe Rutter of Presser
visited with Mr. and Mrs. E. A.
Silliman over the week end.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lane of Pa
louse visited from Saturday to Tues
day at the E. A. Simman home.
The Ladies _Aid of the Christian
church held a breakfast at the home
of Mrs. Jess Vinson last Wednesday
morning. Mrs. Joe Stradling, Mrs.
Earl Ferrel and Mrs. John Smith
were co-hostesses.
H. D. Clodfelter of East Horse
Heaven was very pleasantly surpris
ed Sunday, November 9 on the
occasion of his birthday. Honors
were shared by Mrs. Ray Warden
of Sunnyside, it being her birth
d'ay anniversary also. The guests
were friends of theirs who formerly
lived in Edward County. Illinois
and now live at the addresses ac
companying their their names as
follows: Mr. and Mrs.‘W. F. Great
house, Mrs. Myrtle Mercer. Mrs.
Milo Mercer, Mrs. Celeste. Mayer,
Bent Davidson, all of Presser, and
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Warden, Sunny
side, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Morgan
of Kennewick. ,
Friendly Parson
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Says:
“How can folks ’spect
to be happy in heaven,
When they are so un
comfortable in
. Church?”
A large crowd is expected at the
Kennewick Woman’s club guest day
held in the M. E. church parlors on
Friday, November 14th._ All of the
clubs in the vicinity have been in
vlted.
Circle Two of W.S.Cs. will hold
the annual bazaar and cooked food
sale next Saturday, November 15 in
the Yedica. building across from J.
C. fenney store. ‘ ‘
The next regular meeting of the
Library Guild will be held at the
home of Mrs. J. M. Johnson next
Monday afternoon, November 17.
Mr. and Mrs. Glen Humphrey and
two little daughters, Barbara and
Adelle of Seattle spent the week
end. with Mr. and Mrs. V. 0. Hum
mer- . H _,
Mrs. E. A. Sflliman, Mrs. Guy
Lyons and Mrs. Joe stradnng gave
a bridal shower at the Silliman
home last Wednesday night in honor
of Mrs. Don Klinger, a recent bride.
Mrs. Klinger will be remembered as
Miss Coral Jones.
At the regular meeting of Althea
Rebekah lodge last Tuesday night
the following officers were elected:
Jerlie McNall, Noble Grand; Ala
Shields, Vice Grand; Zelma Silli
man, secretary; Irene Saiford, fi
nancial seeretamy; Lois Bw-telle.
treasurer; Mildred Heberlein. trus
tee. One new member was voted into
«the order and five will be initiated
on Noiemlber 25th.
Mrs. Vernon Bird re-errbered the
Deaconess hospital in Spokane on
Tuesday and will be there for two
more weeks for treatment.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Breed of
Yakima were Kennewick visitors
last. Friday. They.‘ lived hm' sev
eral years ago. -
Mrs. Halsbead has accepted a po
sition as stenographer 1n the office
or Lawyer Horrigan in Pasco.
Mr. and Mrs. Julian‘Aasve and
family of Minnesota moved into
the Larsen apartmnents, 219 Wash
ington St. this week. Mr. Aasve is
with the Union Pacific Ry.
Mrs. Alice Garrett of the Ga:-
den Tracts is harvesting her second
drop of yeflow transparent apples
'Cllnton Sin-111nm: visited his par
ents, Mr. and Mrs, E. A. sum
during the week-elm.
The play "Kauai: Queen.” given
by the River View seniors, was pre
gented before a. large crowd Friday
evening. .~
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[The most f'rtgzwuof the
Thanks! dinner 19th! fowl
you serve. Make Time it’s tender,
meaty, delicious and huh by
buying it inexpensively at the
McDonald’s Grocery.
TURKEYS
Anywhere from 12 to 18 lbs.
300 to 35¢ lb.
DUCKS
Rich, sweet Kennewick duck
ling is a heat to any taste.
Thane are tender and delicious.
Birds nnge from 3 to 7 pounds.
Market Price
CHICKEN S
Emil ’em, roast ’em, {flannel
’em, stew ’em—they’re delicious
and easy to prepare. Your fam
ilywillgoforthese. Niceand
man.
29c lb.
GEESE
Roast goose is a real delicacy and‘
lan ideal Thanksgiving treat. Lots
of rich, good mat on these fine‘
minis.
Market Price
M‘DONALD'S
MARKET
I INTEND to serve this year’s dinner just
the way I did last year’s, because it was such
a big success. Of course, I bought everything
I needed at McDonald’s, because I was sure of
the quality and I knew that their prices were
always as low as possible. It was a regular
feast—turkey and all the trimmings. But
About 12 pound Plump, Tender, Young
TURKEYS 30c to 35¢ pound
And we had candied I
Sweet POTATOES, 6 lb. . . 270
And our vegetable was‘ buttered
CAULIFLOWER, head . . 15c
One of the relishes was
CELERY . . at only (stalk) 5c
We had Shurfine Dressing over the
LETTUCE, 3 heads . . . . 10c
And I stuffed the turkey with
OYSTERS, 2 tins . ... . . 35c
And, of .eourse, we finished up with
Shurfme COFFEE, pound . 29c
“And you should have
seen the way we all
enjoyed it! This year it
looks still better!”
GET EVERY FOOD NEED HERE AT
MCDO N ALD‘S
SHURFINE
GROCERY A
Phone 321
we wmmnnthtspngewuhgoodnmywemseveryweek.?w
canhelpm. Whenyoumwmnemormtercu.oenusobout
it personally. or by plume—we'll was it. Our telephone number
is One-M-One.
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I served my
THANKSGIVING
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cranberry sauce
Moo-lie 100-111 lave pun
Manama-octa
“amalgam
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CRANBERRIES . . . . lb. 19c
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FRUIT CAKE . . . . whole 50c
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SUGAR ......10lb68c
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Plum ‘
8UTTER.......1b44c
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“ambush-Ilium
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Shining
CAKE FLOUR, pk. 27c
Sweat Bedla-
RAISINS ....pkg. 10c
ES , 15c
m .oi o 0 ma“.
SHORTENIN G, 3 lb 67c
Sin-rune
MIXERS . . . .bottle 15c
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