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Liétlg STORIES OF THE WEEK
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DIM” Liebel and Tom Hamby
‘ was of the Kennewick
“a of Future Fanners of Amer
" at annual F. F. A. convention
nW' The convention was
,3 AF“ 23-25. The N. P. rail
“; mulled {pee transportatim
I! a «locates. Calvm received
. Wu.» of award in judging
W products. The local
M pad half of the boys ex
’o‘ m {be convention. -
”w. L. Graver and her daugh-
UW' Mrs. Dick Graver, at
Mute. Oregon. visited with Mr.
film Phil Graver last Wednes-
bid” must Ladiw’ Circle will
fl "Rh Mrs. Keith Lechelt on
”£l,de circle wees. will» meet
“a“ Harley Peter next Thurs
”.my’fnh. .
a_3.Q]lverma.de a busmess trip
to.” over the week-end.
, 8“ far the Dancing Club din
” and dance last Monday night
“new Grill were Mr. and
II W Scott, MI. and Mrs.
JINW and Mr. and Mrs.
ll!- md Mrs. Charla Gal-bet and
1,1 Reardon visited with
mime Mrs. Caroline Klit
mmmbrother and family, Mar
mamv 18“ week'
’ Mm Prosser last Sunday
“flagellum; home were Mr.
“I!“ 551,, Govig, Mr. and Mrs.
B L W. and Mr. and Mrs.
“rm Lampson visited over
a. " m Mabton. ' '
mm Mains visited in Bickle
an 11th relatives over the week
all.
‘ 3,, me 3413. Chm-1a Wheeler
083 may in Yakima visiting
ll!!- m’s mother, Mrs. L.
1 wealth and sister, Mrs. (Herbert
Woods.
an. and Mrs. J. E. Barrie]: and
m. Mallard of Orlando, Oklahoma
1“ last week with Mr. and Mrs.
[.an
Just Arrived!
DOZENS OF- NEW
Sony
Lea
Frocks
Smart new styles in Sheers
and fast color prints for
that needed spring sparkle
—eXciting new styles, that
have just the right amount
of charm and subtle flat
tery! Choose from a grand
selection that you would
GXpect to pay much more
for. You will want several
of this finest group of the
zear. .
New Seersucker DRESSES
You’ll love these charming styles. Be
We to see this group. sll9B
MEN S WORK CLOTHES
WORK SHIRTS
Blue and grey
colors in this 696
low priced and sturdy
M shirt. -
Carpenter
OVERALLS
Save at this low $2.49
pri ce. You’ll ’
have to hurry for this
l)ggain! '
Men’s Uniform
PANTS
Gabardine type $1.98
In flue and green
Shuts to match for
y $1.59
BEN NEIL-S
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KEN N EWICK, WASHINGTON
Miss Leone Skeen of Prosser vis
ited at the E. A. Miller home over
the week-end.
Alma Circle met; Monday after
noon with a amen; luncheon. Two
tables of bridge were in play with
high score held by Mrs. T. J. Boyd.
.Mrs. Ralph Lincoln and Miss
Helen Kathman .of Seattle visited
at the home of their parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Kathman of the Garden
Tracts the past week.
Frank 'Visger and the Misses June
Visger, Therese Thole and Lem.
Mains attended a bowling touma
ment in Pendleton last week.. '
Mrs. Etta Hillman' and A. M.
Rich-her of Prosser visited 11ch Mon.-
day in mterest of the sugar regis
trations v . ' -
Robert ;l‘weedt entertained with
a turkey dinner at the home of his
parents, Mr. and Mrs-L. A. Tweedt
Sunday evening. Places were set
for fourteen guests, who enjoyed
moving pictures later shown by Miss
Minnie Reese. Mrs; Tweedt pre
sented Miss Inga 'Otheim with a
birthday cake during dessert.
The lExcolentes club met with Mrs.
Roger Records last Thursday night
«After thegregulaa' business meeting.
colored pictures ”of California were
shown .by‘Cal Kea-tor of Pasoo. Mrs.
[Floyd FHu-tchim gave a short lesson
on home nursing after which re
dreshments were served by the host-
The (math division of the W. s.
c. S. will meet April 6th at two o’.-
clook at the home of Mrs. 'Don
Coates. The cohestaeses are Mrs.
Carl Elliott and Mrs. Harry Shoe
maker. ‘
Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Lane emierl
tamed the Tuasday evening bridge
club at vheir home. Odin Staley and
Lucy‘ ‘Hauschild 'won‘ high honors
and low was won by the host and
hos-m.
Mr. and Mrs. E. Rmfifwrn of Pru
oott were Sunday visitors at the
Jess Grimshaw home.
$129
BIG VALUES
UNION SUITS
Short sleeves ‘1 7'-
long legs; just 5 0
right for the Warmer
weather ahead:
Sturdy tops $2.49
with long wear
ing composition soles.
Just right for summer
Men’s Polo . '
SHIRTS
Popular White 3
knit shirts that 90
are cool and comfort
able. _
Men’s .
WORK SHOES
Mrs. Burton, mother of Mrs. R.
R. Growing. who has been visiting
here for several weeks, returned to
her home in Seattle Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Grimshaw, Mr.
and Mrs. J. W. Grimshaw, Don and
Jessie, were Saturday dixmer guests
at the W. S. Grimsltaw home in
Walla Walla.
’ Winona Grimshaw was an over
night guest of Margaret Kelso Fri
day night. .
; V G. A. 'Purdy will speak at the Ken
‘newick Valley grange on Friday eve
ning, May 21 on "Civilian Responsi
bilities.” ,4 ' .
Mr. and Mrs. (3.1!.me at
Bremer-ton and, Mr. aniizMrs.‘R.. r.
‘Grl‘mshew of Seattle were - yeek-g
end'vis'itom at the J. W.,Gu'imshaw.
meeting of the Townsend club will
be held in the Christian church next‘
Sunday atwlz3o. The public is in .
vited to attend. ;
The Townsend club is holding the
regular monthly pot luck supper
in the hall tonight (Thursday) All
those who’s birthdays are in the
lmonth of April will be the guests
bf honor.
L Miss Dorothy Liston of Seattle
‘visited her aunt,.Mrs. Mildred Lis-r
'ton and cousins, Marie, Rebecca and
Norma Jean this week. She attended
ithe commencement exercises of the
high school Thursday night, When
’her cousin, Marie graduated.
Rev. and Mrs. H. Attenborough
Hand niece Miss Winifred Rhodes ofl
:Hillyard stopped in Kamewick on‘
{Tuesday on their way home from;
;Stockton, California, where their
js’ony Sydney, graduated and re-:
iceived’his wings. He was commis-i
signed as 8. Lieutenant in, the army
iair-corps in a class of one hundred.
and fifty boys. ‘
Mr. and Mrs. Latte Goodnight of‘
Paseo are the parentsof-a six pound.“j
daugléter born Wednesday morning
in Pasco hospital. The young
lady has been named Diana Louise.
Manley Gest left Wednesday for
Camp Lewis, where he expects to
take ’the examination «or, entry m.
the officers training school. -
} Wednesday night a majewell birth
day dinner was givg’ior Arthur
iPasche at'the home his parents.
’Mr. and Mrs. Fran-k Pascae. Guests
iincluded Mr. and'Mrs. Jim John
son, Mr. and Mrs. John Neuman’,
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Johnson. Mrs.
Pauline Holbrook, Frieda 'Pasche
land Walter Otte. Wu; has been
employed at Boeings tor the past
eight months. -
Mrs “B. =Beeley and son Tyler,
spent many. N; Thm‘sdws') Visiting at
the Grand 'Tbéuleem. ,
Frieda Paschue and little Mary
Lois Seeley spent Thursday at the
Frank Pasche home in the Garden
Tracts. -
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CHURCH OF THIS“. NAZABENB
J. H. Nolt, pastor
Bible school at 10 'am., wm.
Mills, Wntmdentg
‘Mormng worship an M., sub—
ject, “The Great Light in the Word.”
N. Y. P. 8. Juniors and Prayer
hour, 7 .me~ ‘ , t, _ ;
Evening Evangelistic Service“ at
8 rpm., subject “Man’s Questions,
God’s Answers.”
"Midweek prayer services Kenne
wick Wednesday, 8 pm. Hover on
‘l'lmrsday, 8 pm.
CHRISTIAN CHURCH
Stanley E. Thompson, pastor
Bible School, 9:45 am., Mrs. Nash.
acting supt. _ _ _ _ _-
" MOEnm'g and Evening services. 11
3.111. andspmo ,4 _ _ -.
"'Ehaiiéngmg - thought prevokmg
messages by the pastor.
Public welcome. '
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Rollin B. Holden, Paswr
[ 10:30 morning worship service.
Gomxmmtm. Bible study 11 :30 to
12:15. ,
1 "8:00 Evening Gé'spel service. Good
:singing and a. message from John
1216131 chapter.
8100 Monday evening service at
Wallula.._§:.- ' ‘
Jargzoo Wednesday evening Midweek
mac in. 'lmurdl-mlors.
\ We Mme glad to welcome you
1.0 ‘thesefservica. ‘
METHODIST
Pabert L. mum, Minister
éfinday school at 10 am. .‘
Interesting clam for' all age
groups.
Morning worship, =1'1:(5 o’clock.
Sermon: “The Soul’s Invincible
Sunnise.”
Youth Fellowship at 6:30.
FIRST ENGLISH LUTHERAN
Second and Auburn Streets
I’. J. Luvaas. Miplster
Smday school at 10:15 am.. Mrs.
W. 1“. Hanson, supt.
Morning service 11:16 8.111., ser
mon theme, “He Ordains his Dis
ciples.” '
A cordial Welcome t 9 all.
BETHLEanTHERAN
Third ton Bt.
M. c. Knuth. pastor
Divine services Sunday at 10:30
am. Sunday school at 9:30 am.
Special ofrfermg on Mother’s Day,
May 10th, for the men in service.
(Shristian Fellowship league meets
Sunday evening at 8 pm. You are
cordially invited to our services.
TEE KENNEWICK, SWABHJE WEBER-MR“
What s'th You Pledge to Help?
WASHINGTON, D. C.—The follawing table issued by the Treasury
Department‘is intended as 5 savings ryafdstick for the evepgeipeeme
'- ~ = ' And In On 0 ' Number d
11 Weekly . ~ One 8". A You no Persons in Each M Ann!
Inning-Ant ”Week: Fills-vex Income Gm; Sum:
35 u, no . 30.25 313.00 3.824.000 848312.000
810 u, 816 .50 20.00 4.975.000 129m.000
315 to ’go .75 89.00 5,470,000 218.880.000
820 In 0 1.25 g 85.00 10,747.000 698.555.000
3:0 to 140 2.00 - 104.00 7374.83 808,100,000
:8 to 850 4.00 208.00 5.790. 1.205.152.000
to 0.00 012.00 ’ 8.007.000 ”8.180.000
to 70 8.00 416.00 2.281.000 928.006.000
oto . . 10.00 ‘ 520.00 1.800.000 878,080,000
to 81,00 12.00 824.00 1.489.000 029,186,000
100 to 8150 20.00 1.00000 1.050.000 1.101.880.000
150 0:1, 300 . 85.00 14820.00 208.000 502,800,000
Om' 00 .... ..--.. 895,000 2,000,000,000
- . x - 0.101.000 810.210.011.000
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J. R. Ayers shipped his fourth and
last hand of sheep to Greer, Idaho
Tuesday. The other threehands am
trailing to Clearwater Forest" Reserve
inmaho. - ' ' ~
.‘Hover M. E. aid meeting next
Tuesday, May 5 will be at the J. E.
Cochran home. ‘
Word was received this week of
the-death of Edgarc. Eaton, son of
Mrs. Cora mm from pneumonia,
a. month after he had been in the
hospital for a majorflperation. He
was living in Oakland, California.
ann was a veteran of the world
mandwasamemberofthefiain
4wa division, which was the first to
go over seas and last to‘eonie hack.
lit-1e leaves his wife of Oakland, his
mother and a. sister, Mrs. Zada Dur
lbinof Kennewick. He ‘lived in Ken.
newick several years a number- at
years 680- " '
Mm. 'A. .T. Belair, Mrs. Ray Nar
mile and Mrs. C. F.s'Win3kenwerder
were hostesses to a; m‘keellaneous
Mdalslwwerinhon similar:
gated: Reed last . w night. A
dessert was served git-18 021091;
followed by six tab ‘_ all-Inge mt
three of pincchle.‘ ,Bonors in bridge
Were held .by Mrs. 4W} S.‘ Nathan
and in pinochle 'by its. Ray mu.
later in line evening the guest of
honor received many beautiful and
useful gifts. The wedding Will take
place at We bride’s home next Sun
‘day. .
Now Sthing,ENDS SATURDAY
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Saturday
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~ LATEST NEWS .
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earner. It suggests how everyone of the 48,000,000
employed persons in the United States may partici
pate in the wareifort through the systematic purchase
of Defense Savings Bonds.
‘Thejobaheadofusisfarhiggerthanmostofus
realize,” Secretary Morgenthau declared in making
the table public. “I know that the American people
arereadytodotheirparttowinthewar. Oneofthe
ways we can do much more is by intensifying our
efiort in thepurchase of Defense Bonds.”
While persons without dependents may be able to
set aside more thanthe suggested figures, persons
with several dependents, or with other heavy family
obligations, may be unable to save at the suggested
rate, the Treasury Department pointed out.
KENNEWICK
SUNDAY -- MONDAY
Packed With Good Entertainment
‘ Mrs.B.J.Campb€ll.whohasbeen
’quite ill for some time is now im
proving.
Mrs. Ross Willsey. who is now
living in Yakima, was a Kenne
wick visitor Saturday.
Thursday evening. April 23, a pot
‘madmnamenhyedattma.
’JL Campbellhome m 11011er or w.
Campbell’s birthday, The following
Iwere present, Mr, and Mrs, Herman
Dave Oliver and tamiiy, Mrs. Fred
Campbell and family, Mr. and Mrs.
‘Floyd Woodmf'f and Ida May. Ber
old Bissell, a. grandson from Twin
Falls. Idaho. and his friend, were
also present. , .
The Home Benefit club 0! Rover
presented the Red Cross with a
wooleomfortertobeusedinthe
local hospital section of civilian de
fense. The Baptist ladies also gave
their second comforter this week.
The lst circle W3OB. up to date
have made and given three oom
forters. A number of other organ
izations have given comforters. mak
ing a. total of about thirty'in all.
i war he availableim any
emergency. that might Occum here
in Kennewick. ‘
Mr. and Mrs. Clint Copeland or!
Yakima visited friends in Kenne
‘wick Thursday.
‘ Born to Major and Mrs. Thomas
Brown of Spokane Wednesday
morning, a daughter. '
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The Yokowlsh Camp Fire girls
met at the home of their guandlan
Mrs. P. 0. Stone lost many. Apr.
27 after school. The regular busi
ness meeting was held. Plans for
nothex's day were dismissed by the
girls. ‘lhe rank beads that were
notglvenatthemndcmncnme
in Walla Walla, were Muted.
Songs wexe enjoyed by the girls
unex- adjournment.
Steel Rolling Funny
Four generations of skill handed
down in one family-firth generation
in training—is the history of the
Daschbachs. expert steel rollers.
Joseph Daschbach. boss roller, na
tive of Alsace-Lorraine. went to
work in 1852. Son John J. started
in lflz—became boss roller. Grand.
son Joseph I! was boss roller from
1883 to 1933. Great-grandson Nor
man took up in 1916; today is expert
roller. Great-greatarandson Nor
man. no. is getting a technical edu
cation to become 1 skilled steel
technician like his lon-bears.
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