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My, December 10, 1942
i «may Grange will meet Thurs
”,- Dec. 17, at the Grange hall.
me DAR. will meet‘on Monday,
mg, 21, at 1:30 for a dessert lunch
”with Mrs. Reuben Gest. . ,~,
ii ‘3’, ‘w. Dcsgranges was ' taken to
En pasco hospital the first (of the
..: lor observation.- . ' .
firs. E. S. Black substituted for
m, lone Lee. teacher of the mud
am, last Monday. .
The Royal Neighbors club is meet
“ today (Thursday) with Mrs.
nest Dickinson.
ms. Shields who visited relatives
m Oregon for 10 days returned to
my home the first of the week.
The 1.0.0. F. will meet Monday
evening and will initiate candidates.
All members are urged to be present.
Mrs. E. R. Carnaharn was hostess
Wednesday to an all day quilting
at her home on Cascade street.
3:. and Mrs. C. _S. Knowles have
”turned from a week’s business trip
to Redmond.
A son was born to Mr. and Mrs.
' merson Eby at the Pasco hospital
m Monday. Mrs. Eby will the re
membered as Dorothy Mills.
Mrs. Charles Rader of the Polly
m returned Tuesday [from Walla
Walla where she visited for a few
The Order of Eastern Star will
hold its annual Christmas party
It the meeting Tuesday night. De
canter 15. ‘
thle No. 2 of W.S.CB. will meet:
nan-aday, Dec. 17, at 2 in the afterw
now with Mrs. I. Serier 0n Kenne
'lck Avenue. ‘
mas Margaret Hawkins received
word that her brother Immenee is
mewhere in Africa. He had been
named in England several months.
Donald Viscer, who is stationed
ethenaval base in Pasco andwho
has been in the hospital is reported
as improving. a ‘
Stanley Mosher who enlisted in
the navy last spring is spending a
lurlough With his mother Mrs.
Prank Kosher.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Childs and
children of Moscow, Ida-ho visited
with the 0. P. Miller family the first
it the week. '
Miss Martha King of Waterloo,
lowa, arrived this week to make an
extended visit with her aunt, Mrs.
W. L. Maker, and family, and her
mother, Mrs. Minnie King, of Pasco.
Nissaki Camp Fire girls met Tues
day evening. Plans :or a Christmas
party were made. The girls voted
to send Christmas greetings to 3.111
the Camp Fire girls who have moved.
Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Whittemore
received word from their son, Eu
gene, saying that he had- been sent
to the naval base in Santa Monica,
cam. .
Robert tKinkaid, son of Mr. and
Hrs. John Kinkald of Walla Walla,
Visited with his grandparents, Mr.
G Ind ms. G. R. Bradshaw and Mrs.
_ I, 8. Klnkaid the first of the week.
7289 was on his way to Sunnyslde to
wort for service in the army. He
as been attending Washington]
State College.
Christmas Gift Headquarters
You are im'rited to visit our store and inspect the line of Christ
mas merchandise. We have gifts for the Whole family at home,
and gifts for the boys in the service.
Full line of Fountain Pens
and sets 25c to sls. Large se
lection of billfolds and other
leather gift goods. Men’s shav
ing sets, beautiful line of box
candy, stationery, all kinds of
novelties, baby gift sets, toilet
SPECIAL—We will give away a $25 Bond Ist prize; $lO War
Savings Stamps 2nd. Ticket with every $1 cash purchase
or $1 paid on account. Drawing Christmas Eve.
Vibber.Gifford Drug Company
Mrs. Joe Osborne left the first
of the week for Seattle where she
will visit her daughter, Jean, who
is employed in the University bank
in the Uniyezfsity distgiet of Seattle.
' Miss Bax-bus 'Jones;’-- (Laughter. .‘oi
Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Jones, was 1111-?
tinted into the KennewickflAssembly,‘
Order of Rainbow for Girls, Monday
night. . ' l
Mrs. Ralph Weltz', daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Angus Doyle left the
first of the week for Monterey,
Calif., where her husband is sta
Mr. and Mrs. DH. Mullen of
Hermiston. Ore., have moved into
the apartment at 221 Ist Ave. E.
Mullen is employed as a brakeman
by the N. P. railroad.
The Odd Fellows conferred 'the
third degree on two candidates last
Monday evening, December 7th. The
initiatory degree will be conferred
next Monday.
Alma Chapter or she DES. will
have its annual Christmas party
on Tuesday evening with an ex-J
change of gifts, following the reg:
ular meeting. ‘ ‘
Ellio H. Sprunger, assistant di
rector of the Pacific Coast area
of the United Service organization
Lwas a guest Sunday, December 6th
of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. G. Stevens.
‘ The Pink and Green club of the
Rebekah lodge is holding the annual
Christmas party this afternoon
(Thursday) at the lhome of Mrs.
Mildred Heberlein. "
Mrs. G. A. Purdy who was in st.
Elizabeth’s hospital in Yakima for
several days last week is home again.
‘She will be confined to her home for
several months.
Word' was received today that
William R. Hall, son of Charles B.
Hall of White Bluffs, had completed
his training as technician in an
armored division at Ft. Knox, Ky.(
Mrs. Jack Turner who has been -ill
in the Pasco hospital for the past
10 weeks is reported to be as well
as can be expected.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. G. 'Stevens
left Tuesday for Longview where
'they will attend a conference of
’the Northwest association of YMCA
Pectetaries They expect to return
the latter part of the week.
Mrs. Jennie Plowman of Los An
geles, Calif., visited old friends for
a few days this week. She was on
her way to Minot, N. 13., Where she
will visit a. brother and look after
business interests.
The Library Guild held its annual
Christmas party at the home of
Mrs. Cora McKain last Monday af
ternoon. A turkey dinner was en
joyed, followed by an exchange of
gifts. .
' The Kennewick Bridge club met
Wednesday for a one o’clock ranch
'eon with Mrs. E. C. Tweet at her
home on the Kennewick Highlands.
Mrs. E. C. Black was a guest. Bridge;
honors went to Mrs. James Bockius
of Pasco. The next meeting will be}?
with Mrs. Howard Whitbeck on“
January 13 at her home on Cascade!
street. '
sets, Cutex sets, glass ware,
smokers’ supplies, gifts useful
for the home, compacts, per
fume, toilet articles, brass nov
elties, Christmas cards, book
lets, tree ornaments, lights,
wrappings, fancy candles.
Mrs. C. P. Miller was in Ellens
burg the last of the week to attend
the wedding 'of a'oousin. She re
turned to her home Sunday after
noon. ' , ' -
i _ The first circle of WSCS. of the
Méthodistxchurch ar’efto bake cook
ies'for the USO cookie ’jar on Dec”
30,,the cookies must be baked_ the
day ybeforeu Mrs. Cu E. Ridley is}
chairman of the group. . 1
Benton" County _Pomona Grangel
.win, meet with Val‘e Grange Satur
day, Dec. 12, at 1:30. Following the
dinner hour there will be an initia
tion 'of new members and installa
tion of all the county officers.
Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Parlier and
son Gus are spending the week
ain Spokane on business and pleas--
ure. Gus enjoyed his first rdie
0n the choo choo cars and was he
Kennewick Valley Grange will
meet Dec. 18 at 6:30 and enjoy a.
pot-luck dinner. All members are
asked to be present as the Grange
fire insurance checks are to be:
given out at this time. 1
Miss Dorothy Blair of Spokane
spent a three-day vacation with her
‘mother, Mrs. H. C. Curry. She
returned to her work as a nurse
‘at the Aluminum Roller mill. Wed
nmday evening. She is one of the
‘four nurses employed at the mill.
P.E.O. met Tuesday evening with
Dorothy Arnold at her home on
Kennewick Ave. Mrs. Jay Perry
was in charge of the program and
gave a paper on the National
The executive board of the local
Red Cross unit met at the G. A.
Purdy home last Sunday. After
some discussion it was decided to re-‘
main with the Yakima chapter‘
instead of withdrawing and joiningi
’with the Pasco chapter. l
‘ Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Visger received
’word that a daughter had been
born to Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Math
any last Saturday in the Tacoma
General hospital. 'Mrs. Mathany
will be remembered as Virginia
Visger. ' l
The American Legion Auxiliary
will hold its annual Christmas party
at 'the Legion hall Friday afternoon.
Dec. 18, at 2 o’clock. The members
will have an exchange of Christmas
gifts. Hostesses for the Christmas
.tea will be Mrs. Ray Boldt and Mrs?
E. s. Dickinson. ‘
The P.E.O. Chapter met Tuesday
evening at the home of Miss Dorothy
Arnold. Mrs, Jay Perry was in
charge of the program and read a
paper on the national parks in the
United States. A Christmas party‘
was planned for the next meeting:
which will .be with Mrs. Lawrenée‘
Scott on Dec. 22. l
} Mr. and Mrs. Robert Farquhar and
son Bobby Dick of Aberdeen are
Visiting this week with Mrs. Far
qu-har’s parents; Mr. and Mrs. JOS
‘Olbrich‘ after a short trip to La
Grande. 91‘s., where they visited
ivith Mr. Farquhar’s :brother-in-law
and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Howard and baby. I
j 'Miss, Minnie Reese entertained
with a dinner last. Monday assisted
by her sisfiex. Missfluldafleese. The
decorations; were yellow candles and
'chrysanthemums. Pinoohle was
played with the prizes" going-I'o]
Miss Alma Lenz and Miss Inga
otheim. _ ' ' ‘ I
: 'lrwin Peckehpau‘gh; a druggistz
i from Auburn. and his brother Lige
of Tacoma were here over the week-!
5 end to attend 'the funeral of and
. other brother Lloyd H. Peckenpaugh:
e of Benton City. They are former
. residents of Kennewick coming here‘
. soon after the turn of the centuryl
and attended the local schools. 1
A son was born Saturday after
noon to Mr. and Mrs. John Neuman‘
‘_ at Pensacola, Florida. The youngl
. man weighed six pounds 14 ounces
. and has been named Roland Duane
according to word received by his
grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Gus
‘ Neuman. Roland Duane is the first
grandchild m the 'Neuman and
Pasche families. Mrs. Neuman is
the former Leona Pasche.
The 4-H Busy Bodies met with
Olioe Grace Griffith on Wednesday
after school. Due to illness, both
the president and vice president
were absent, and Betty Shreve took
charge of the meeting. Miss Raye.
the home demonstration agent was
present. Olive Grace Griffith gave
a demonstration on floor waxing.
Delicious refreshments were served
at the close of the meeting.
The Ladies of the Altar Society
held their regular meeting Sunday
afternoon at the home of Mrs. St.
Laurent. The regular order of busi
‘ness was. carried out, plans made
for a bingo party on December 18,
\and a beautiful table cloth dis
posed of being awarded to Mrs. C.
‘G. Kruse of Hood River, Ore. Next
meeting to be with Mrs. Peter
Schwartz the first Sunday in Jan
uary. ‘
Election of officers was held when
the Royal Neighbors met at the
Masonic hall on December 3rd. The
following neighbors were elected to
office: Mary Wallace, oracle: Eva
Crockford, vice-oracle; Ida Cox,
chancellor; Marietta Dague, record-
Ler: Bertha Lewis, receiver; Olive Ol
‘brich, marshal; Johanna Dickin-i
son. assistant marshal; Anna
Struve, inner sentinel: Cizerine‘
Wright, outer sentinel; Annie Muel
ler. manager for three year term.‘
Plans are being made for installm‘
tion sometime in January.
Too Laté to fiassify
FOR. SALE—Winesap applesnphone
, 2702, John Erickson, Richland.
WANT-ED m BUY—A good used
piano. Phone 1156. Mrs. W. E.
Conrad. 529 Kennewick avenue. 37c
FOR SALE—Field run netted gem
mm. 6150 per sack. Bring
your own sack. Call phone 1416.
./ 37.38;)!
Deoember lst everyone was ra
tioned on gas. It is going to be
impossible to travel as much as be
fore and many of our customers will
not'be able to come to our store
as often as may be necessary, there
fore we are establishing a
Mail Order Department
All orders will be mailed out the
day they are received. Those who
have charge accounts with us may
pay by the month, other orders will
be sent C.O.D. We have quality
merchandise and anything sent you
that is not satisfactory you may
return. We want our friends in
White. muffs. Plymouth, Hanford,
Benton'Clty, Kiona, Richland, Ber
rion. Paterson. Hover and Finley,
and all RFD.'S to use our mail order
department. We know you will like
You May Phone Orders
- Call 721
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Newcomers Mow Into
New Home at Hover
Hover—Mr. and Mrs. ' Frank
Wright and family or Pdrt Orchard.
who recently purchased the Jess
Bpm ranch, have moved in. I
Mrs. Bud Shields. Mrs. Prank
' _ ’3: GPA. ”clean served as
= ‘ fices Von'the irrigation
, 611 ch held Tuesday at the
--,‘,._ 6pc" .'.”. :‘.
One of the best arguments against
liquor is the fact that on all ques
tionnaires sent out by employers no
references given by applicants for
a position is the question. does the‘
applicant use liquor in any form?‘
Most people feel that Japan, which
calls itself the land of the Rising
Sun. should be converted Into the
land of the Setting Sun. The Mar
the: will propably go further, if‘
permitted. to reduce it to a. total
eclipse. {
'We judge by the news report that
Armistice Day was not observed in
the conventional manner by Rom
mel and his army. The idea of,
standing still for 30 seconds in si
the day. ‘
Charles Jensen
‘ Graveside services were held this
afternoon in the local cemetery
for Charles Jensen, 57. of Rich
land, who died in the Pasco hospital
Friday. Rev. Luvaas was in charge
of the services. Mr. Jensen had.
been a resident of Richland only‘
a short time. He was born in Saul
Francisco, Calif. and left no known
relatives. . I
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g price—that you can cut your food bills by trading at McDonald’s. m
a We have a good line of Christmas
g Candy and Nuts .
ALMONDS, soft shell . . . . . 39¢
a. BRAZILS, fine quality 39c
' WALNUTS,fancy........32c
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30,. ..35c ;
vats" 15c «
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boys unqmdfiendlncoinaee
The Pilgrim Holiness church will
ring the lst English Lutheran;
church bell this week. Next week
Methodist chumh hell. ‘
n. {fin—{lKE (i'afb‘é'fioer
T 10:00 a.m. Sunday school. 11:00
morning worshlp. 6:30 p.m. Chrlst
ambassadors. 7:30 pm. Evensellstle
‘servlces. 8:00 pm. Wednecdsy. Bible
study and prayer meeurm. 1:30 p.m.l
Saturday. children‘s service.
You are cordlelly Invited to et
tend the service: of the Assembly
of God. net
' The Unity Class wlll meet Mon
day nlght at 8:00 on the balcony
.m the Mona Monroe Dress Shop
{on Kennewick Avenue. Beulah
Scott, pastor of an Unity Center
lot Yakima will speak. Everyone
invited. 1
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Preaching services. 11:00 a.m.
Rev. J. A. Pine '11! men.
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Some kinds of meat do not come under a
. -;the rationing quotas. . . a
The following items are not edunted a
in your 21/2-lbf ration: _ ..‘
SmaflHeartglb..:.22c 3
Baby Beef Livers .. . 29c 3 ,
Fat roasting or a I
stewing Hens .- . . 33¢ a I
SalmonorHalibut .. . 38¢ a 1
NewKraut,qt.....lsc a
We also have some very choice grain a '
fed beef—roasts, chops, steaks. 3 '
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quota of cgfioefiyse stamp a
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of the Word." Bible study 11:30 to
8:00 Evening Gospel service. Mir
acles and ”eddies transcription
“.Ble (tom suicide by a verse."
Old time songs and choruses.
8:00 Wednesday evening Midweek
Bible club In church parlors 63t
urday. at ten. '
Christan“ exercises will be given
Sunday momma. December 20th.
Welcome to in in this house of
Ru. J. l". Leasme. pastor
Sunday school 915. lesson: The
value or the church to the social
Punching 'll :oo a.m.
Yount peoples meeting 6:30 p.m.
Evening devotional services and
menace 7:80.
Church phyer meeting Wednes
day 7:80 p.m.
“Our profession. our vows. must
be translated into every day life
it they are m beer fruit here. and
m to carry my weight on arm
or in Heaven.”
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P. J. lama. Minister
In. “I We]: Avenue
Bundny school 10:15 a.m. Mrs.
W. 1". Hanson, supt.
Morning service 11:15. Sermon
topic. “The Precloumess of filth.”
Continuation clus 81m” a.m.
st 10.
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December 17 in the church onion.
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Germ Sunday at 10:80 min.
Sunday school at 9:80 a.m. Christ
mu mm W! at 2:80 p.m.
Tune in on the “Mn Hour Bun.-
dny :t 1:00-mo p.m. over KIT.
You are My Invited to our

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