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My, December 18. 1941.
warehouse Workers Hollie From Selah ; W CITY—Mr. and Mrs. “gust Frye, Mrs. Walter Acord and "”19 Russell returned Thursday '9'“ selah, where they were em ﬂed at the Big Y warehouse. 3” Russell came down with Mrs. w, E. Fillmore of Walla Walla, who W to Selah for her daughter, ma Fillmore, also employed at 11l warehouse. The Fillmores con- W to their home in Walla Walla" _ um aAnne Gossett and Patricia shoemaker returned Sunday eve nil! from spending the week-end in Yakima. , 1m bridge club meeting to have m Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. 307 Henson, was postponed to De alter 30. A crew of eight men working for “past month or more cleaning the “ml of the Sunnyside Irrigation wet expect to finish the work an; week. . vme Benton City Masonic lodge m be hosts Thursday evening to on lower Yakima valley Masonic may club. R. W. Duncan of Grand mw will give the paper. At the W meeting the local lodge will have their annual election of mioers. Wilbert Mills Home After Recent Operation EOVER—Willima Mills motored to yendleton, Oregon last Saturday to meet his son, Wilbert, who came by min from Nampa, Idaho. Wilbert is mloscing after a recent oper atlin at Nampa. where he is at tending college this year. ﬁr. and Mrs. Joe Ely and Mrs. Irene Hughes motored to Walla Walla Friday to make preparations (a: moving the Elys' household goods to Pasco, where they expect to make their home. urs. Tom Lawton went to the coastlastweektovisitherson be lore he left for the army. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Mills at Rock lond left last week tfor (Benton City, after spending a week here with his anthers, William and Char‘les Ilills families. : Dinner guests at the J. E. Coch ran home last Sunday were Mr. and Ira. William Cochran, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Cochran and tfamﬂy, Mr. F. l. Rick of Finley and Mrs. Minnie Ashby. William Blair purchased a new Chevrolet last week. The J ohnstons Visit Beamers in The Dalles ' mm VALLEY—Mr. and In. James Johnston accompanied ,Claude Poplin to The Dallas, Ore m .to visit the Johnston’s daugh ur, Mrs. (Leigh Beamer and family. Mr. and Mrs. John Sawyers were with :her parents, Mr. and Mrs. (diaries Lum Simday. Mr. Ba’wyers had to return to Seattle Monday awning. Mr. and Mrs. Root of near Boise, Idaho are visiting at the A. J. Thompson home this week. Mrs. Root is Mr. Thompson’s sister. Mrs. Lottie Lampson had as Sun 'dsy dinner guests, Mr. and Mrs. Niel Lampson and Miss Maude lampson. The Valley grange degree team put on the first and second degree work at the Highlands Thursday with a class of live. Mrs. Chris Pudenbaugh made her ﬁrst of: the farm trip to the grange at Finley Thursday evening since the removal of her cast. . Mrs. Cormac Thompson spent the week-end with her parents, Mr. and Ills. W. T. Elliott. At present she 3 working in the county auditor’s ‘oﬂice at Presser. Lieut. Thompson is in San Francisco. Mr. and Mrs. J. 1. Hill were in Walla Walla Monday. ' Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Glassner. made a trip to Spokane Monday. (Roll call will be answered with a Christmas thought or verse. There will Ibe an exchange if gifts. Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Campbell re eelved word of the sudden death of their son-in .law, Plen Hodges. He was the husband of the former Miss Incy Campbell and was living at Cloverland in Asotin County. andrew Linn of Bismark, N. D. “WattheW.A.Linnhomeon Monday. He is a Second Lieut. and Was enroute to Fort Lewis in a troop movement. All Grange Officers Installed at Pomona BEN-TON CITY—A large group or Kiona - Benton gmnge members attended the annual Pomona mange meeting Saturday at Vale, then all grange officers were in !talled. Local ofioe-rs installed were Maude Hartman, master; Roy Hen son, overseer; Roy Morgan, stew ard: C. W. Johanson, treasurer; I. 11. Hartman, secretary; John Joh nnson, gatekeeper; Sig-rid Andersen. c 91135: Laura. Kendall, Pomona, Ilary Brooks. Flora; Gladys Flem -1118. lady assistant steward: Rolf Andersen. executive comnﬁtteeman. liarjorie Burliss ,home economics _chairman. Three officers, Agnes JOhanson, lecturer; Robert Johan son, assist-ant steward: Amelia Evert, chaplain, were unable to at tend and will be installed later. Two members of the local grange were also installed as officers in the Pomona grange. Maude Hartman as secretary and Harry Fleming, ex- WUEiVe committeeman. The Rebekah lodge members en tertained their families at a chicken dinner and social evening at their boll in Kiona Wednesday evening. I. M. Hartman returned Friday : from Olympia. where he went on - Thursday to attend a conference of 191 mm; commissioners. county en- Queers and county defense coordi nators. They conferred with the Militant general. SAFEWAY_ J ell Well 2 packages . . .9c Glenn Aire Grapefrult Emmy full sections No. 2 tn, 20-oz 11c Sugar Belle Peas Assoﬂ'od Sizes No. 2 tn, 20-oz llc Timely Gifts- During this national emergencypracucalgms will be the order ofthc daythisChﬁstmasAnd whatwouldbemoneap pneciated than a case of choice grapefruit, or a. case of fancy pineap- P‘eror maybe mne rruitorplneapple juice! Think how YOU would like to receive such a “Mica!"gut. Safeway Our Christmas Feature N AVEL ORANGES Banﬁnaﬁétlb 6c Grapefruit, lb 50 ARIZONA. 10 pounds u......43‘3 Yams, slb 256 Cranberries, 39c Dark Red Fancy Eastern: P 02322359 lb 69c Petﬁtoeid 12 lb 29c $3.3m box altgc Buy a Box of APPLES! . Alaska Crab Meat, No.‘ 1/2 tin . . . . . .26c Blue Jacket Oysters, 2—5-oz. tins . .29c N alley’s Treasure or Wonder Pickles, qt. jar 15c Lee & Perrin’s Worchestershire Sauce, 5 oz. 28c Ocean Spray Cranberry Sauce, 2—17 oz. tins 27c Libby’s Crushed or Sliced Pineapple, 30 oz. 20c Valamount Strawberry Preserves, 22 oz. jar 25c Libby’s Apple Butter, 18-oz. tin . . . . . . . . . . . .12c Heinz Fancy Ketchup, 14-oz. bottle . . . . . . . .l7c Heinz Soups, assorted kinds, 2—16-oz. tins 25c Heinz Plum or Fig Pudding, 141/; oz. tin . . . .33c Planter’s Cocktail Peanuts, 8-oz. tin . . . . . . . .18c Libby’s Fancy Grapefrunit, 2—20 oz. tins . .25c Blue Plate Shrimp, Med. Wet Pack, No. I’s, 8c Smith’s Broken Grapefruit, 20-oz. tin . .. . .10c Jello, six delicious flabors, package . . . . . . . . .6c New crop, sweet and juicy. . ll POUNDS shopping bag free. POUND .........6c Carrots, 4 lb. 10c SM and tender, tips removed. ' 5 POUNDS Sweet Spuds 23c U. S. No. l Jersey’s Celery, lb . . Ge Fancy gm Utah type- Calavos, each 10c Large sin, ideal salads Lettuce, lb. . 8c Frash, firm and crisp Cabbage, lb. . 3c Firm, fmh solid heads HUBBARD—weII cured Squash, lb. . 3c Dellcmus . . . Extra. Fancy, wrapped and packed 4pounds ~..........25c Box ...............$2.49 Romes... Fine for pics, bake or stewing 10p0und5...........'39c Box ...............$1.59 Fruit COCKTAIL, 2 tins 25c Hostess Delight; 2—16-ounce tins Rosedale PINEAPPLE, 17c Sliced—29 ounce tin. Fluffiest Marshmallows, lb box . . . .l4c None Such Mince Meat, 9-oz. pkg. . . .llc Libby’s Ex. Lge. Ripe Olives, 9-oz tn 17c Wyandotte Ex. Lg. Ripe Olives, 9-oz 15c Libby’s Stuffed Queen Olives, 3-oz. 20c Libby’s Comb. Olives, 4-oz. bot.. . . . 19c Rosedale Sweet Small Pickles, qt. jr 27c Sylvan Dill Pickles, 21/2 tin, 26 oz. 10c C & M Marschino Cherries, 5-oz. bot. 9c Ocean Spray Cranberry Sauce, 2 17-02. Libby’s Fruit Cocktail, 16-oz. tin 4. .l4c Pioneer Minced Clams, 7-oz. tin . .l6c Broken or Satin MIX, 2-‘-1 lb cello packages 29c. Chocolate DROPS, asst. cream centers, 2 lb 29c Jelly Beans or Monster Gum Drops, 2--1 lb pk. 29c Swedish or Creme d’Ment MIN TS, lb cello pk. 19c Fresh Jumbo Orange Slices, 2--1 lb pkgs. 29c . . NUTS - . rm: m (WE comm-3390mm Fancy Oregon Walnut MEATS, lb pk. 49c Jolly Time POPCORN, taste right, 10-oz llc Diamond Brand WALNUTS,, 2'11!) cello 49c Brazil NUTS, new crop, 2 lb. cello pkg..‘... . . .37c Fancy Mixed NUTS, no peanuts, 2 lb. cello. . . .4lc FRUIT J UICES .. . Sunny Dawn Tomato Juice, 18-oz. tin . . . . . . . .9c Sunny Dawn Tomato Juice, 46-02. tin . . . . . . .l9c Libby’s Tomato Juice, 2—15 oz. tins . . . . . . . .lsc Libby’s Tomato Juice, 46-oz. tin . . . . . . . . . . . .20c Town House Grapefruit Juice, 46-oz. tin . . . . 19c CANNED. VEGETABLES . . . Garden Side Hot Sauce, 3—B oz. tins . ; . . . . . .10c Highway Pumpkin, solid pack, 3—28 oz. tins 25c Libby’s Fancy Pumpkin, 29 oz. tin. .. . . . . .10c Libby’s Peas and Carrots, 17-oz. tin . . . . . . . .10c Country Home Cream Style Corn, 20-oz. tin 11c Country Home Whole Kernel ' Corn, 20 oz. 12c Butter Kernel Corn, whole, 20-02. tin . . . . . . . 12c Walla Walla 3-Sieve Peas, 20-oz. tin . . . . . . .12c Gilmore’s All Green Asparagus, 19-oz. tin . .l7c Walla Walla Asparagus, med., 19-oz. tin . . . .25c HOUSEHOLD NEEDS .. . U. & I. Fine Gran Sugar, 10 pound bag . . . . .64c Royal Stain Shortening, 3-lb.- tin . . . . . . . . . .59c ZeeToiletTissue,4rolls 19c Diamond Wax Paper, 125-foot roll ... .. . .l3c Quaker Oats, quick or regular, 3 pounds . . .23c MJ B Brown or White Rice, 2 pound package 19c Soft As Silk Cake Flour, 44-oz. pkg. ._. . . . . .24c CANS? \ GEESE, pound . . . 25c Fresh dressed, grain fed. For your delicious Christmas dinner. DUCKS, pound . . 25c Fresh dressed, local grain fed. ROASTERS, pound . 29c Colored hens, fresh dressed. CHICKEN S, pound . 25c Fancy colored, young and tender. OYSTERS, Med. Size Pacific’s, pt. jar 25c No bottle Geno-It LEG O’LAMB, Genuine Spring, lb . . . .27c Sweet and m , LAMB CROPS, small rib or loin cuts, lb 290 P.3\ Edwards Blend, lb. tin . 27 c 2-lb. tin 53c; 4-lb. vac. tin $1.05 MJB Coffee, lb tin 31c; 2 lb 61c Federal MI L K Three 141/; oz. tins 25c PRINCE ALBERT, Smoking Tobacco, lb. tin 74c 2pockettinsfor 23c GRANGER, pipe or cigaret tobacco, lb. tin . . . .74c GEO. WASHINGTON Smoking Tobacco, lb tin 74c VELVET Smoking Tobacco, lb. tin . . . . . . . . . .74c For Your Feast , (LS. PRIME TURKEYS FumChdm-tm‘key this your. depend on the thuMuunCo-Op. “MM”¢nrkeys,m mt «and “PRIME" ...themoltuelectblrdlon. mm...dnwn.m annulled...mdy for them...uuluulhc “on ABSOLUTELY GUARANTEED! TOMS P0und..._..... HENS P0und........... 'HAMS, "cm": ’ﬁ'aé’ﬁibﬁ'tii ééc' WI Stu- or W's Prue, tow skinned PORK ROAST, pound . . .. . .23c Inn, tender center shoulder out. PORK STEAK, pound . . . . . . . .25c Inn, WWW BEEF ROAST, pound ..,_. . . . .23c Gala M undu- steer bed SIRLOIN STEAKS, pound . . . .29c (Imam-um PORKCHOPS,pound . . .29c Bmm I'D,ﬂ' lob cub PORK SAUSAGE, pound. . . .25c ' Pm put. elm m BOSTON BUTTS, pound .....29c lac-n, Inger-cued. ﬁne to try, hell or huh. SLICED BACON, pound . . . . .35c Wouncyh‘aum-cmm ﬁnale-I BACON, Armour’s Star, lb. . .29c XII. m for on “It!!!” 8W HILLS BROS” lb. 31c; 2 lb. 61c ﬁned non-n packed coffee. Benin or MAXWELL HOUSE,. . . . lb. 31c 2mm Clo NOB HILLCOFFEE, lb. . . .23c AIRWAY COFFEE, lb. ....19c Canterbury TEA, V 4 pound 19c ..Redllill 'CATSUP 14-0z.b0tt1e......11c CIGARETTES Chesterfields‘ Camels Luckies Old Golds Ralgighs carton" $1.59 2 packages 33c 7