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The Kennewick courier-reporter. [volume] (Kennewick, Wash.) 1939-1949, December 18, 1941, Image 6

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a "’55&%& W U ‘ ’ ‘
a Only a Few Shopping Days Before
" Gifts for the Whole Family, Medium Priced
a Fancy Box Stationery, Shaving Sets, Electric
Razors, Kodaks, Leather Goods, Fancy Box
3 Candy, Movies, Portable Typewriters, Cards,
Ornaments, Wrappings, Glass Ware, Smoker’s
g Stands, Ash Trays. Cigars and Cigarettes _
a $20.00 given away XMAS EVE. A ticket
8 with every SI.OO cash purchase or SI.OO
j” paid on account.
" Kennewick', Wash. ’ - ' PHONE 721 a
Walla Walla Residents .
Visit at the Rupp Home
.Mrs. Ward Rupp had-as their Sun
day dinner guests, Mrs. Henry Lie
bel and son Calvin, Mrs. .Minnie
Banks and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Rupp
at! Walla Walla.
After the |
midnight fire
‘ & FYFE
215 V; Kenn. Ave. Phone 1231
. -. , ’ 4%
2 Gifts for Every Member of the Family a
a: Articles suitable for gifts in an endless variety and all at a
a Kennewick Pasco ;
as '9!
Highlahd Grange Vows
To Aid in Defense Work
HIGHLANDS The Highlandst
Grange met last Thursday evening}
at the Highland club house for their;
regular meeting. The work for thel
evening was exemplified by a de-i
ghee team from the Kennewick Val-i
ley grange, under theleadrship of,
Mrs. J. C. Swayze. A committee wasl
appointed to organize the Highlands
.for defense in case of invasion and‘
to cooperate with Kennewick's de-i
~i’ense program. 1
The dollowing are those appointed.
to serve on this committee: Mrs}
Clarence Sinderman, Mrs. hank:
Lampson, Miss Jennie (Linden, M. G. 4
Clark, Guy Story and H. E. Reymore.l
Music rfor the evening was fume
ished by the Kennewick high school‘
band. ,
Mr. and Mrs. Jake Deipsch and,
son Edward arrived Sunday from Se- 1
attle to visit their neice, Mrs. Wale}
lace Preston and family. They left,
on Tuesday {or Spokane. I
Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Preston at-‘
Lutended a bridge dinner party at the
‘Virgil Masters home in Kennewick
'Bunday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. {Fran-k Peter and
' daughter, Joyce, were Wednesday
evening guests at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Herman Campbell in Ken
Mrs. Wm. Knight, who has been
:packing apples in Yakima, the past
couple months, returned to her
home on the Highlands Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Cranmer
were Yakima visitors Sunday and
Monday of last week.
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Yardley’s and Old Spice 5% \‘g 2
Perfume S'ets ° 2*;
Toilet Sets "fig l\ , I%}? a: a
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Five o’Clock Dinner
Enjoyed Sunday Night
HOVER—Mr. and Mrs. Virgil
Masters entertained at a five o'clock
dinner Sunday. frhose attending
were Mr. and Mrs. Willard Camp
bell and Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Pres
ton of Kennewick and Mr. and Mrs.
E. Sherry. Bridge was played later.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Benson, Mr.
and Mrs. William Wilson and Rev.
and Mrs. Bennett accompanied the
basketball team of River View high
school to *Prosser Saturday night. A
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Genber and
children, Marjorie and Helen, were
visitors in Walla Walla Saturday.
Mrs. Jens Lande and son, Orin
were business visitors in Walla Walla
Wédnesday. A 7
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Grimshaw
of Los (Angeles, California visited
with Mr. and Mrs. J. Grimshaw and
family a week, then left :for Seattle
to make their home.
(Mr. ind Mrs. E. Sherry were visit
ors Sunday of. Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Highland Girl Accepts
Position in Bremerton
W Miss Lucile St.
Laurent, who has been employed'at
the Arrow' Grill, left Sunday for
Bremerbon, where she has secured a
position as telephone operator.
Terrance and Bob Taylor were
Yakima visitors Friday. Miss Betty
Higley of Ellensburg accompanied
them back to Kennewick, where she
spent the week-end with her par
Make this a truly Happy Christmas!
A New Living Roam Suite
gas-165‘” gs
€10“ “w
35 .95
30cm“ '
Tab“ Lamp
House Warming Party
Given for La Cours
‘ HIGEEANDS—A group of Christ
ian church members took a potluck
dinner and went to the new home
of Mr. and Mrs. Leslie LaCour Mon
day evening. to surprise them with
a house warming party. Mr. and
Mrs. LaCour moved into their new
home Thanksgiving Day.
Mr. and Mrs. Dave Blair and
children of Kahlotus were Tuesday
evening dinner guests at the home
of Mrs. Blair's parents. Mr. and Mrs.
Lee Boutelle.
The Les Amies Pinochle Club.
which was scheduled to meet Wed
nesday at the home of Mrs. Tony
Mayer‘ has been postponed until
Friday. the 19th. to be held at the
~Arrow Grill. A 1:30 dessert lunch
eon will be served by the hostess.
The Highland Needle club met on
Tuesday at the home of Mrs. N. 1...
Foraker for their annual turkey din
ner party. with exchange of gifts.
From all reports. an excellent din~
ner was enjoyed and a geod timo
had by all present. Covers were
laid for thirteen members and three
guests. Mrs. P. C. Pom. Mrs. Earl
Reymore and Mrs. Marie Koch. The
next meeting will be Tuesday. Jan»
nary 20th at the home of Mrs. Wm.
Knight. 1
N. C. Nielson and son. Run. re
turned home Monday after spends
ing a couple weeks at Randoll. .
Parents Visit Daughter
Who is 11] in Spokane
Mrs. Thomas Duncan rushed to Spo
kane Tuesday after receiving word
of the sickness of their daughter,
Miss Rachael Duncan, who is work
ing there.
Mrs. Ida Hutchins, who has been
a guwt at the Russell Elliott home
for some time returned to her home
in Albany, Oregon last Friday.
Robert Linn, who has. been visit
ing at the home of his brother, W.
.A. Linn, let-t Saturday to visit rela
the: at Yakima.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe McCoy of Koo
skooskie. called on Mr. and Mrs.
W. I. Hudlow Monday.
G. A. Rupp returned Tuesday,
after visiting the last We weeks with
his daughter and son-in-law, Mr.
and Mrs. Miles Erickson and fam
ily of Entiat.
Those present at a party at the
Ralph MoGalmant home Sunday
were Mr. and Mrs. Pet Page, Mr. and
Mrs. Floyd Emerson and others.
Mrs. W. I. “Hudlow received word
Tuesday morning that her father.
A. c. Sumner of West Plains, MO. is
very ill. Mr. and Mrs. Hudlow visit
ed him last winter during their
trip east. .
’By combining the sums usually expended on
gifts for each other, the average family can
buy something really worthwhile, such as the
fine living room suite shown above. This is a
gift for years to come—a smartly styled suite,
richly upholstered—a full size davenport with
a lounge chair. Make this suite your Christ
mas choice for true Holiday Happiness.
will delight the entire family!
Son in the Philippines I
Sends G'ood News Home l
ROVER—Mrs. Irene Hughes re
ceived a message Tuesday from her
son. Harrison. in Rizal. Philippines.
1 that he was safe.
' Mr. and Mrs. Harry Benson were
.1 dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. S.
IBlack in Kennewick Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Lester and Mr. and
Mrs. Gray of Yakima were dinner
guests last Sunday of Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Johnson ze
burned Wednesday from a two
weeks' visit with their son and fam
ily. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Johnson at
Salem. Oregon and Mrs. Johnson's
Mrs. Albert Piert and children re
turned Friday from a week’s visit
with Mr. and Mrs. Bill Turner and
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Turner at Sisters.
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Turner and
daughter. Tanna of Sisters. Oregon
arrived Wednesday for a two weeks'
visit with Mrs. Turner’s parents. Mr.
and Mrs. A. A. Schaflner and other
Mr. and Mrs. William Hogarth oi
Kennewiek were overnight visitors or
Mrs. Hogarth and family Tuesday.
Mrs. J. R. Ayers was a dinner
guest of Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Masters
Mr. and Mrs. “Harry Reigle of
Umatilla were dinner guests or Mr.
and Mrs. fiarry Benson Wednesday
evening. ‘
Mr. and Mrs. Dan Beigle enter
tained with a dinner Sunday in hon'
or of her house guest. Mrs. Logan 0:
‘Oil City. Penn. Those present be
side the honor guest were Judge and
Mrs. C. F. Winkenwerder. Mr. and
Misßerthiller aner. and Mrs,
J. B. Slaugenhaupt. .
Adm. SI.OO per couple
Thursday. December 18. IMI.
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Club Hquse
Monday, Dec. 22
Featuring Ed Hagemu
and his College Band
Novelty Numbers
Come, Have Fun!

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