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“My, April 2, 194:2.
Littlg STORIES OF THE WEEK
r . ‘
> m” Lena Mams was a week-endl
in Yakima. ‘
”a“! was born to Mr. and Mrs.
'I Ird Lee last Saturday, March
Ii" and Mrs. A. T. Belalr were
1.l visitors m Yakima today
munch“
W- ”d Mrs. L. A. West of Mar
” '1“ be Easter guests 0f Mrs.
Ill“ Ruby Monroe tvisited with
M mother. Mrs. Mona Monroe
M the week-end.
If. and Mrs. C. T. Peterson of
HIM Clty will be Easter guests
d m w, G. Muldrow.
' *3- Amen Mueller and son re
. Id home from the Pasco hospi
fifth first of the week.
0!. 11. w, stevens attended the
W of Oregon medical school
Wye course last week.
1,” members of the Masonic Or
;nd theEastem Star are observ
am Thursday in the hall
txrvxfg,‘ Rid-ley, who has been
. It'ffw ffihfim m Omaha, is
.«j‘home the latter part of
-: are}. Mrs. Frank Beste spent
My mm in Hermlston guests
'- a me of their 681191191. MYS
, Mme, son ,of Mrs. Eliz-
M Hemmee left Monday to join
hm, He is stationed at Fort
. W .1; we present.
- m Bethlehem Lutheran Ladies'
.3 g medims tOdBY (Thursday)
“ m, Carl P 680119 With Mrs.
m We as 00-lmstess.
’ ID Metal! Daughters of the
w menu church will hold
, ,manle Sounds? morning. April
3.; the _xennewlck Market.
m. If. 8. Kinkald left the first
«the week .for Salem, where she
will vim her son, Inward, and
”may: a couple of weeks.
...:W Liston was called to
:mm‘weekby‘bhe death or!
m Main-flaw, John gleam.
‘an rum-nod to her home day.
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WHAT' S EASTER .
WITHOUT AN EASTER FEAST?
ARROW GRILL
T HAT word “Easter” conjures up a lot of
pictures. It makes you think of Church, and of
new clothes and lilies and bunnies and eggs and
Spring. And it makes you think of a big Easter
dinner. ‘ I
This - Easter, give Mother a break—bring
the family to the ARROW GRI LL for your
Easter dinner. Featured are th e traditional
Easter Ham, cooked just right. Or try our Spec
ial Turkey Dinner—with everything that goes
with it! . . .
GOOD FOODS—WELL SERVED
Service at All Hours
Mrs. Lester Brown of Seattle is
visiting at the home of her moth
er. Mrs. Jennie Challis. Mrs.
Brown will be remembered as Mar
the. Chellis.
Miss Lois Ridley, who is a teach
er at Gig Harbor, arrived this
week to spend the Easter holiday
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C.
E. Ridley.
Duane Hudson, three-year-old son
of Mr. and Mrs. K. E. Hudson Ifell
from his bedroom window and frac
tured bot-h bones of his left fore
arm this noon.
Mrs. Frank Watts was taken to
the Pasco hospital the latter part of
last week, suffering from a stroke.
Her condition remains about the
same at this time.
The Killeare club met with Mrs.
Lucy Hauschild Thursday after
noon. High score was held by Mrs.
Alfred Amon and second high by
Mrs. Emil Behrman.
Mr. and Mrs. Roger Records and
Roger Michael visited with RO3-
ers mother in Umapine last Sun
day. The Records also made a bus
iness trip to Pendleton last Monday.
Mrs. Emma Higley leflt today for
the home at her daughter, Mrs. War
ren Durdine in Tacoma. She ex
pects to spend Easter with her son,
lDon, who is still stationed 'at Fort
Lewis.
Virginia. Lee Stevens, the eight
weeks-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
M. W. Stevens will be presented for
baptism at St. Paul’s Episcopal
church on the Saturday before
Easter
i Mrs. P. 8. McClure returned home
:last Sunday from Burlington, where
ishe was called on March 5 be
ioause of the illness of her mother.
}Her mother passed away on the 20th
of the month;
' Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Reed, Doro
thy Ann and Ellen Tabor of Pasco
Idrove .to Pendleton last Wednesday
to see Jim (Reed, who stopped over
there for a. few hours enroute to
Geiger Field from Las Vegas, Ne
vada.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles .Wisaman of
‘Walla Walla. and their son. who ‘5
stationed in Pendlewn were visitors
at Ithe Newton Mulkey home last
Sunday. Mrs. Wiseman and Mrs.
‘Mulkey are sisters.
Overnight visitors at the H. W.
Whittemore home Thursday night
were Mr. and Mrs. (Bill Rosholt and
daughter of Coulee Dam, who were
on [their way home from a. trip to
Albany, Oregon.
Week-end guests at the Harold
Whittemore home were Mr. and
Mrs. Roy McNamara and Mr. and
Mrs. Ward McNamara and daugh
ter, Lois, both of Portland. The men
are cousins of Mrs. Whittanore.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Johnson vis
ited over the .week-end with Mr.
and Mrs. Paul Richmond. Walter
Johnson has been employed at An
chorage, Alaska for the past year.
Mrs. Richmond is Walter Johnson’s
sister.
Mrs. Elizabeth Hembree left Mon
day for Tacoma to visit her daugh
ter and son-in-law, and while there
she expects to see her son, George.
whoisin-theairoonpsandonhis
'way from Fort Lawton to Anchor
age. Alaska
. Everett Dague’s 441-! group will
put on a very interesting program
at the Valley Grange Friday night.
The members of this group invite all
grangers and friends to attend. Re
‘lreshmensts will be served following
ptheprogram. ‘
The Business and Professmnal Wo
man’s Club (held a social and busi
ness meeting combined an: the home
of Mrs. L. H. Raymond last Mon
day night. The 00-hostesses were
Mrs. Lee Bailey and Mrs. E. 6. Mc-
Donald. ‘l‘hey enjoyed a potluck
dinner at 6:30.
The Library Guild will meet at
the home of Mrs. J. M. Johnson on
Monday, April 6. The Ladies are
busy making aprons, fancy and.
plain, some 'for Uhe kiddlw. £OO,. for
their annual apron sale, which will
be, held Saturday. April 11 an: Gas
coigne and Fyfe’s office.
Mr. and Mrs Guy listen and!
atamfly- stopped over for a short‘
time last Saturday on their way
back to Seattle from lewiston, Ida
ho, where Ithey were called by the
deabo of Guy Liston's brother, John
(Liston. The Guy Liston family are
former Kennewick residents. ‘
I At the Monday evening session of
:the I. O. O. F. lodge Mr. James
Howard announced that he was leav
ingforserviceinthearmy. Heis
the third member at the local lodge
‘to join the army. All members are
iurged to attend the next Monday
{night meeting to select a delegate
to grand lodge.
Don’t forget the card My at the
1.0.01“. hall on Wednesday. April
:8, given by the Rebekahs. Bridge,
Ipinodhle and my will be played.
‘The winner of the guilt displayed in
Fyie’s window will be decided up
:on. The proceeds from the ticket
sale will all be turned over to the
local Red Cross.
The Past Matrons and Past Pa.-
trons Association of the DES. will
hold the regular meeting next Wed
nesday, April Bth in Pomeroy. One
car-load and possibly two expect
to attend from the local chapter.
Mrs. Vernon Bird is president and
Mrs. 0. IF. Winkenwerder, secre
;tary of the organization this year.
i The Faculty Bridge Club was en
pertained at the home of Mr. and
IMrs. Don 00am last Thursday
inight with Marjorie Kregger and
Wiolet Johnson as «so-hostesses.
)Mrs. Howard mnckley and Mrs. W.
Knowles were guests for the eve
ning. Mrs. Howard Hinchley held
high score for the evening and Miss
Rose Kathryn Early low.
Mrs. Gemge Cloud and Mrs. Lynn
Wadsworth entertained at the Cloud.
home today (Thursday) with a des
sent luncheon. Three tables of
{bridge were in play during the aft
emoon. (High score was held by
'Mrs. Wadsworth sr., and secondhigh
{by Mrs. de‘Bit. Mrs. Ray Nor-mile
won the tra’veling prize. Easter mo
tifs were used in the decoration.
Mrs. Jess Vinson and Mrs. Her
-Iher-t O’Hearn have started 9. Begin
”hers First Aid group at Hover in
ithe school house there. These classes
‘are held once a week on Tuesday
night. WentyJive members are
enrolled up to the present time.
Hansuemdermytostm'ltan
other class at Finley. Mrs. Vinson
will continue with the Hover class
and Mrs. O’Heaa-n will instruct the
Finley group
Mrs. Fred Bnodbeck of Finley en
tertained fifteen guests Sammy
evening at a 7:30 dessert honoring
Mrs. Neal Staley. Pinoehle was
played with high scores going to
Mrs. Staley and Carl Schmidt and
lowboMrs,OarlSchmldtandNeal’
Stanley. Traveling prizes for the
hdies was given to Mrs. Joe 06--
born and Jo:- men to Earold Matter.
The Easter motif was carried out in
(«he deem-adorns.
Exoolentes club met last Tuesday
018111: with Mrs. Curt Gerards- on
Washington Street. Mrs. Roger
Records was appointed to (ill out
the termof secretary left vacant by;
Mrs. R. R. Gowung, who is W
town. The tollqwing were appoint
ied on the program committee for
next year: Mrs. John Smith, Mrs.
{Curt Guards and Mrs. Roger Rec
-011%. The book’ “Swiss Pension” by
kcarl Lucknayer was read by Mrs.
‘Glenna Nelson. The next meeting
The members of the Order of the
Rainbow for Girls will make their
annual church attendance in a body
on Easter Sunday at St. Paul's Epis
copal church. The service will start‘
at ten o’clock and will be a festive
Easter service with sermon and}
choral, open celebration of Holyi
lOommvunllon. The radiant day of.
Easter is especially appropriate forl
Rainbow attendance, and the ser
mon will have a special referencei
tor the girls’ order. The public is
welcome to attend this service, and
especially the members of the parent
Masonic orders.
The ladies of the Kenne
wick-Pasco golf club met for a
business meeting at the home of
Mrs. Ann Steel in Pasco this aft
ernoon (Thursday). Mrs. Ann Steel
was re-eleoted as president for the
coming year. The following com
were selected: tournament,
Mrs. Ella Linn, chairman, Mrs.
Irene l—leater, Mrs. Clara May, Mrs.
Agnes Sprecn, Mrs. Ida Stone and
Mrs. «Emma Beladr. Telephone, Mrs.
Lydia Basie, chairman, Mrs. Cath
ryn Cheney, Mrs. (Alma Miller and
Mrs. Jennie Stringham: entertain
ment, Mrs. Ruth Beete, chairman,
Mrs. Amelia de‘Bit. Mrs. P. Mwall,
Mrs. Mable Richmond, Mrs. Goldie
Andersbn, Mrs. Audrey Tabor, Mrs.
[nicile Janes, Mrs. Bea Bohr-man
and Mrs. May Vibber. A tourna
ment is being planned to be played
with Walla Walla some time in
May.
School Survey Shows
Larger Home Gardens
tAnmnber ofsurveysarebeing
oondwbedbytherecenblyformed
nufldtbncanmbtteeforkennewick.
~Oneodthestudiesmaderecexfly
pentainingrbotnefarmgardendt
mmeboysinagnwnure
ohminthemghsdmolwasqmte
interesting.
'l‘hirty-threeofflhemboysstate
thathismmnyishaflngagarden‘
thisyear. Outdthismnnberls
ofthegardensarelazgerthanlast
:year. :A number or the gardens
W Increases of nearly twice
thesizeoverflastyear.
'lhe'ootalestimatedacreagemr
the33gardenswasl2m.Am
vey with only 42 individuals cannot.
Show an awn-ate trend for the
community, but it may indicate
suneotthepractim.
EASTER
FOOD VALU ES
When you plan this year’s Easter meal, think of McDonald’s. Here under
one roof, you can get all the things you'll need to make your Easter din
ner truly delicious. Your Easter Ham—the cloves and raisins to cook it
with, potatoes, vegetables, desserts—.everything. And your Easter Feast
will cost you less when you buy the makings at McDonald’s. '
Special For Easter
MEDIUM c
Grade A, don. 25
LARGE c
Grade A, doz. 29
£l“l°s”l§°s“'ifsfiz'. . . 120
331%?1gfi1t. . . . . .320
821‘??? ?F§5.....10c
T te 11 G
BgAlgg, 2 f 2?“ . 230
Shurfine
GELATI N E
While They Last
50 pkg.
(Sselifiszßs, 2 lb. 210
38535328“??? . . .290
133$ “.’? 7335135120
gfigssmc, qt. . . .290
FRESH
paooucs
Fresher?!”
LETTUCE, pound
Largeßunches
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Freshripe .
TOMATOES, pound .... ..
LocaISPINACH
PLEASE PHONE ORDERS FOR DELIVERY IN BEFORE 11:30 A.M.
Orders for $1 or more delivered FREE
MCDONALD’S
SHURFINE GROCERY
EGGS
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k. anhdquhenyouhnowmttunofinMestJelluaabout
Demimwbyphme—we'n mute it. Our tel one number
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Easter Ha m s .
All sizes and brands. Pre-cooked and easy
to prepare. --
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Leg 0 La m b I
"Genuine spring lamb—all sizes. The ideal
Easter dinner '.’
CH ICKENS!
Fresh dressed fryers. Fancy milk-fed: A'
real treat. ‘ i 1
SAUS AG E i
Armour‘s Little Pig Sausages. A tasty
breakfast. . ... ‘
SALMON HALIBUT
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