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The Kennewick courier-reporter. [volume] (Kennewick, Wash.) 1939-1949, December 18, 1941, Image 5

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[WE December 18, 1941.
L_ and Mrs. G. A. Quast receiv-
I‘m fro“) their SOD, Nelson, that
B is damned at Clark’s Field in"
' s“ We Islands. He is a me
rand is also doing guard
WOW”. ] Higley took his sister,
”a“ , back to Ellensburg, where
g “tending school last Sunday,
" move on to Seattle, where he
if g business visitor until Wed
plhy- '
W H. Hembree, who has been
med with the army in Alas
”. W down to Vancouver this
«a and is in the Barnes General
Mm] there because of a skin
um.
um saper of [Bremerton came
may for a few days’ visit with
” parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hwbert
3m and other relatives and friends
um going for training at San
MO. California.
There will be a special candle
W Christmas service dedicat
ed a, “Church Benediction of World
”we” given in the Masonic hall
next Monday afternoon at 2:20 by
m Unity Class.
(5, A. (Purdy, accompanied by
m, T. C. Browne, Mrs. Harry Linn
ma Mrs. R. 'E. Reed. were called to
Benton City last Tuesday night to
plan on the organization to carry
a: the med Cross Disaster drive for
mu district.
m visger, who is attending
mg University in Seattle is ex
”cred home tonight (Thursday) to
”a the holidays. He will ac
m Henry Kathman, who has
mien visiting in Seattle «for the past
in» masonic Blue Lodge held
Eon otofificers Wednesday eve
. ‘. 'W. R. Gravenslund was
'.W Worshipful .Master; J. R.
:ms, senior warden; Milton Libby,
gm warden. _fi..¢i.- [ginnwas re
duced treasurer andkE Johnson,
meaty. Installation will (be the
_ m neuter meeting night in Jan
; mans are completed tor the Odd
aM-Rwekah banquet to be held
-‘ at the Arrow Grill, January 12, in
- mot the grand officers, who will
he here to install the local Odd
"know and Rebekah oflicers. All
umber: of the Odd Fellow or Re
m lodges desiring tickets can
“tantrum Mrs. E. A. Silliman or
O. A. Puller.
1:11.49 STORIES OF THE WEEK
\Bestes :61 Grocery
May We Wish You All A Very
MERRY CHRISTMAS
PRICES IN EFFECT THRU THURS, DEC. 24
ENGI:ISH
Puddmgs
Fig, Plum and Date
2CANS .........359
BRAZIL NUTS, lge. fancy, washed, 2 lb 49c
PEANUTS, large, fancy Virginia, 2 lb. 29c
MIXED NUTS, Five kinds in mix, 2 lb 49c
DATES, a rare specimen now, lb 23c
gycglmDROPS, fresh, tasty, 2lb 25c
QEQgPLATES, dark choc., 2lb 25c
XMAS MIXED, Satin Mix, 2lb 25c
,0“ Hard Jelly Mixed
CREAM MIXED, 21b . . . . 29c
OLIVES‘, S & W Jumbo, ripe, 9—oz. ........-.......25c
BURR GERKINS, Knight’s Crispies ..-.---..--.lßc
GREEN LIMA BEANS, Walla Walla, 2 for 29c
ASPARAGUS, medium green tips, can ..-.....21c
POP CORN, So. American Hulless, pkg. ....25c
Reliance COFFEE
To]: off your XMAS Dinner
'3l! Really Delicious Coffee.
lb Drip or Reg. . .32c
ORANGES, Sweet navel, doz. 12c
SWEET SPUDS, u. s. No. 1, slb 25c
CELERY, large, crisp stalks 15c
CRANBERRIES, deep, red, 21b 39c
SPUDS, U. s. No. 2 Gems, 50 lb 79c
, TANG -- the perfect dressing
Pmts 23C Quarts 36c
. MAYONNAISE -- its pure
Pmts 29c Quarts 49c
Treasure or Wonder Pigklgi . 15c
. Trade at Bestes Grocery—Buy these fine P?°d‘
nets—and buy Defense Stamps Wi’th the savmgs
PHONE 251 FOR PROMPT FREE DELIVERY
4:00 p.m. _ 10:00 a.m;
Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Meyer left the‘
first of the week for Seattle, where,
they will spend the winter. l
. ‘Miss Betty Higley, who is attend- ;
ing school at Ellensburg, visited
home folks over the week-end.
, .lMisses June Visger- and Mildred
Malinowski entertained- t‘he Business:
and Professional -Women with a
Christmas party at the Visger home
on Monday evening, Deceinber 15. All
the games and decorations were in
keeping with the season. After an
exchange of gifts arormd a beauti
‘fully lighted Christmas tree, the
guests enjoyed a chicken‘dinner.
1 Mrs. Madge 80th, a former resi
‘dent of Kennewick, arrived from
sSpokane, where she visited at the:
home of her son, Perry Soth, and
family for several weeks on Wednes
day. She is a guest of Mrs. H. E.
Huntington while she is here. Mrs.
Soth expects to visit her daughter,
Mrs. Cecil Hudlow in Grandrview
before she returns to her home in
Seattle.
The State Nursing Council on
Defense, appointed by the Washing
ton State Nurses Association, is
asked to make available at once an
accurate list of nurses, whose serv
ices can -be obtained at the pres
ent time. All active or inactive reg
istered nurses and practical nurses
are asked to register at once, either
at Dr. deßit’s office or with Mrs.
Floyd Hutchins‘.
'At the regular meeting of the
Rainbow for Girls last Monday
night, Mary Ellen Dickinson and
Kathleen Anderson were initiated
into the order. Plans for the ma.-
jority service to be .put on by the
Kennewick girls in Walla Walla,
December 27 were completed. The
girls will sell holly Saturday on
the street and the first of the week
will sell at the homes in town.
Leo IGorris, former Kennewick
resident, has been in Alaska for the
past eight months working as elec
trician on government projects. He
is on his way to visit relatives in
St. Louis for a month or so. He was
met 'in Seattle by his two sons from
Los Angeles, whom he has not seen
for thirteen years. It was hard for
the father and sons to recognize
each other, as the youngest :‘boy is
now only fifteen years old. Mr. Gor
ris plans to go back north in March
if he is able to take passage at that
time.
Chocolates w
5 lb Xmas Feast $1.09
2 lb Fancy Box . . .68c
1 lb Fancy Box . .35c
Crackers
Clascade Sodas
2lb . . . 19c
“Kings of Kings.” This will be our‘
program Sunday evening, December
21. These pictures will be shown
by projector and lecture given by
Elder G. A. Morrison of the LDS.
church. The time is' 7:30 p.m., and
the place, the I. 0. O. F. hall, over
the Washington Hardware at Ken
newick, EVeryone welcome. We ask
no donations.
ers. Ray Normile entertained
with a dessert luncheon today in
honor of Mrs. Lester Petersen. who
is here from California visiting her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Amon.
The Christmas decorations were
used. Two tables of bridge were in
play during the afternoon. Mrs.
Petersen received the high score as
well as the guest prize. Mrs. Howard
Hinkley received the traveling prize.
Mr. and Mrs. W. G. O'Neil were
called to Seattle by the death of
Mr. O’Neil's mother last week. They
returned to Kennewick last Sunday.
Word has 'been received here by
relatives of the death of Dave Gilbbs,
a former resident of Kennewick, who
has lived in Seattle for several years.
The funeral will be held in Seattle
Saturday and the .body will be sent
to lowa for burial.
The sewing club held a Christ
mas party at the home of Mrs. John
Neuman Wednesday night. The
evening was spent in the usual
manner. The members enjoyed
an exchange of gifts. Refreshments
were served at the close of the eve
hing.
The Current Events Department
of the Woman’s club will hold the
annual Christmas «party at the home
of Mrs. Hodgson Friday, December
26th. A special program wgilige en
joyed by the members and ts. As
this is “guest day” each member is
privileged to invite a friend.
The dancing clu-b enjoyed a party
in the banquet room of the Arrow
Grill last Monday night. The room
was decorated in keeping with the
Christmas season. The hostesses
were Mr. and Mrs. George Cloud,
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Yedica and
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Richmond:
The girls who have been living at
the home or Mr. and Mrs. A. H.
Meyers Ifor some time entertained
them with a dinner at the Pasco
hotel last Sunday. The guests of
honor were presented with a gift.
Mr. and Mrs. Meyer left for their
new home in Seattle this week.
Mrs. R. E. Reed entertained the
Ema-e Nous club at the Arrow Grill
for luncheon last Tuesday. Later
the members met at the Reed home
and played bridge. [High score was
held 'by Mrs. Guy {Helm and second
high by Mrs. Wayne Houston. Mrs.
George Peters was a guest of the
The 1.. z. Scott, Frank Maupin
and Urban Keolker families will
leave Saturday for Sunnyside for a
Christmas party with their old Ken
newick friends, the Cecil Hudlow
landly. This group has continued
this pleasant custom of having a
Christmas party together for quite
a zfew years. ‘
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Mouncey
drove to Kennewick :from Seattle on
Wednesday. They visited Mrs.
Mouncey’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. C.
Hoadley Wednesday night. On
Thm'schy morning they let; for Se
attle, accompanied (by the Hoadleys
who will make a stay of several
weeks on the coast.
The Nissan camp fire girls are
having a Christmas party tonight
(Thursday) at the home of Norma
Smalley. The hostesses are Pthe mem
bers of the losing team in rbhe quilt
con-test. The group was divided
into two teams with Esther Bein
hart and Mary «Ellen Dickinson as
leaders. Each mean: was given half
of the quilt pieces needed to make
a quilt. The team finishing their
half first was to be entertained by
the slower group. Mary Ellen Dick
inson’s team won. Mrs. Bert Wll
-- is guardian :for the Nissagi
group.
The first degree was conferred
upon Marvin Slerkoen at the regular
Monday evening meeting of the I.
O. O. F. Refreshments mserved
after the degree work. Two teams
were chosen :by Noble Grand ‘Archie
Bishop and vice grand Kesler
Campbell .for the baseball series. Mr.
Campbell's team won the first. game
withascoreof4to2.Losersofthe
three gameseriesistofurnis‘had’eed
in January. Next Monday evening
Odd Fellowh and Rdbelmhs and their
families will have .their annual
Christmas party at .the Odd Fellow
hall. All members and families are
invited.
Friendly Parson
Says: ‘
For spiritual counsel phone
Stanley E. Thompson. 2871
an takes a crisis to bring
most folks to their knees.”
THE KENNEWICK. (wasnz COURIER-Rm
a Fancy, YouElg TOM . HEN'
a TURKEYS, 29¢ 33"
a mfimfiNS, pound . . . 29c
g EEEI: ROAST, pound . . 25¢
a $214133“ or whole, pound 35c
a CSAUficfiE, pound . . . . 25¢
a EgggnROAST, pound . . 25c
Q 11,3139 ngliéflggvspound .' . 27c
Q £33960n0n . . . . .33c
g CO'iTAGE CHEESE, pint . 18c
i Mipcg Meat.
a FOR THE XMAS FEAST
a Ready-to-Serve, Flavorful
g “QM Cranberry
a,Q '~ SAUCE .
a Effigr Ti" ° +
g étfij-éé’gg ’.::“sz':
a ‘ ‘I h ”is? .
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a Gums - Chocolates
g MIXED CANDY, pound . 15c
°- Tender, Fluffy
(é MARSHMALLOWS, pkg. 15c
.. Fresh Roasted _
a geEdANgTS, 2 pounds . . .29c
g I‘Vz’éLllfilUTS, pound . . . . 24c .
% gRASNBIEBRyES, pound . 19c .
a QBANGLES, 2 dozen . . . 25c 1
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a gRAPEIgRUIT, 4 for . . 15c I
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g APPI'IES, 6 pounds for . . 25c |
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SALAD DRESSING, qt. . 35¢ 3
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FRUITCAKES, . .25ct098c g
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MIXERS, 28-oz. bottle . .. 10¢ a
Special—Medium Grade A ‘.
EGGS, dozen . . . . 32¢ a
Sliced Hawaiian . i
PINEAPPLE, 2% tin . . 19c a
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TOMATO JUICE, 47 oz. . 21¢ a
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