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The Kennewick courier-reporter. [volume] (Kennewick, Wash.) 1939-1949, March 04, 1943, Image 5

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'nmrsday. {larch 4. 1953
' ms. Cal Phillips of Yakima vis
“ed for a Short time Monday at the
We of her sister Mrs. A. T. Belair.‘
" in. Joe Nadig was taken to the}
m hospital last Sunday for treat
113.0. A. Watts returned Sun
dgy morning from a six-month visit
in Montana, lowa and Oklahoma.
1113. Ethel DuSair visited her
daughter and son-in-law in Conneil
last week.
ms. Norman Everett entertained
m a luncheon last Friday and
mday of this week.
Wm Saturday,’ March
mm at 28:00 pm. with Kenne
wick Valley grange as host.
Mrs. H. E. Hungtington spent the
week end in Cowiche as a guest
of her son-in-law and daughter,
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Blake.
Mrs. William Washbllrn was guest
01 honor at a dinner party at the
home of her mother, Mrs! Odes
moan last Wednesday evening. The
occasion celebrated was Mrs. Wash
burn’s birthday anniversary.
Wanted . . .
1.. acres land suitable for
turkeys and stock
Have Buyers . . .
for two or three thousam.
m wheat land. Must have
~ , good well.
Can Use . . .
several small homes with
Real Estate Broker
We]: Phone 2482
Roxy Theater
We Gotta Get . . . “
In order to supply you with New Records, we
.. must have old ones. It’s the only source
_ of raw material today, . _ ‘
Whether they are cracked, scratched or worn
' out doesn’t. matter—bring in your old
records—We Pay Cash!
2c for 10 inch Solid Records .
. 3c for 12 inch. Solids: .
lc for 10 inch Lafninated RecOrds
. 11/zc for 12 inch “Laminated ‘
Laminated records accepted on a‘25% basis of
total return
Victor, Bluebird, Decca, Brunswick are solid
Columbia, OK, Melletone are laminated
Produce Fdod For Victory!
Spokane Valley canning Co.
Growing Cantracts Now Available
Mrs. M. O. Barnes and children
Ray and Bruce to Olympia came
Saturday for a visit with her par
ents. Mr. and Mrs. 'George Byrd.
The 4th division of WBO3 met
Wednesday with Mrs. Milton Libby
with Mrs. Floyd Hutch-ins and Mrs.
LaMott as assisting hostesses.
Mrs. George Dyke of Portland is
here visiting her parents Mr. and
Mrs. Glen Helm. Mrs. Dyke will be
remembered as Lucy Ellen Helm.
Lt. and Mrs. O. V. Cotton left
Tuesday night for Texas. Lt.
Cotton will report for transport
| Mrs. R. W. Ripley accompanied
by Mrs. Nusom and Mrs. Everett
l‘was a Walla Walla visitor Tues
; Peyton Reid, R.T.2,/c of Bremer
ton. with his wife, are expected to
’ arrive Saturday morning‘to visit his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Reid.
‘ Russel Blair is in the hospital at
1 Walla Walla this week where he un-
derwent a sinus operation the first
of the week.
The first circle WSCS will meet
with Mrs. C. E. Ridley on Wednes
day, Ma-rch 10 for an all day quilt
ing. ‘
Mrs. Mona Monroe and Mrs. Wil
liam. Stevens were hostesses at the
service men’s dance held at the
Pasco base last Saturday night.
Mrs. Gerald McEvoy and daugh
ter, Marylin, of Walla Walla visited
over the week-end with her sister
Mrs. Vernon Bird and family.
Miss Lois Campbell, a nurse in
the Deaconess hospital is spending
a vacation at home with her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Willard Camp
rbell. ‘
The Business and Professional
Woman’s club will meet with Miss
Tommy .Simmelink on Wednesday,
March 10 at 8 o’clock.
The Rebekah lodge win' meet
Monday, March Bth at 8:00 pm.
at the IOOF hall. Pink and Green
club will meet immediately follow
The Royal Neighbor club will meet
Thursday night at the home of Mrs.
Maude Neel, with Mrs. Jean Ander
son as assisting hostess.
Mrs. W. 'l‘. Elliott lettt the first
of the week for Portland where
she will visit with her two daughters
Mrs. Philip Ramage and Mrs. Gor
don Leger.
Mrs. E. A. Silliman. Mrs. Mar
gtgeretta Anderson and Mrs. Sam
Root accompanied Dennis Hense'n of
Yakima- Sund'ay where they visited
Mrs. Hansen who is a patient in}
the St. Elizabeth's hospital there,‘
Miss Mona Marie Monroe of Ole-I
anogan came Wednesday nighg' to
visit with her mother, Mrs. Mona
Monroe and her sister-in-law Mrs.‘
Edna Monroe. '
{ Junior Gifford lett Tuesday mom
fing for Portland where he reports
ifor service. He has .been informed
i that he will be sent to Lincoln. Neb.,
ifor training in the air corps: '
i The annual Cemetery meeting
lrfor the election of officers will be
held in the city hall Tuesday, March
19th at three o’clock. Any pne inter
:asked to be at the Vibbers' Drug
present will have a vote.
" Mrs. J. E. Mulkey arrived home
from California Saturday afternoon.
Miss La Veta Mulkey accompanied
her mot-her but remained in Seattle
for a visit. She expects to be home;
some time this week. ' I
The Ladies Aid of the Bethlehemi
Lutheran church met with Mrs. R.
Lenz with Mrs. Bill Eggers as oo
chostess today (Thursday). The Aid.
voted to give $5 to the Red Cross
drive. - 3
Miss Marie Liston who has beeh
living with relativesin Los Angeles
the past few months is spending the
week- here with her mother. Mrs.
Mildred Liston and sisters Dorothy
and Norma Jean. - ' '
East KennewiCk Woman's Club
will meet at the home of Mrs. 'F. A.
Wright Tuesday, March 9, with Mrs.
Edwin Albrech the assisting host
ess. Miss Reath will present “New
Method at Mending."
The 4th Friday club met with
Mrs. Charlie Lurn on Feb. 26 with
Mrs. W. A. Linn and Mrs. Roy Peté
ersaon as assisting hostesses. Miss
Dorothy Reaugh gave an interesting
talk on remodeling and refinishing
old furniture. ' '
Army find new omcers may'
have War Ration ‘Book No. 2 it
they can bring to the local War
Price and Rationing Board a letter
from the commanding offcier in
the effect that there is no organized
mm provided for them.
The Needle club will meet m
'day. March sth with Mrs. Hugh
Copeland in Pasco for the annual
spring luncheon. Mrs. Wilford
Skinner will be assisting hastens.
Anyone desiring transportation, is
asked ot beat the. Vibbers' Drug
corner by 12:45. ' .
At the regular meeting of the
Rainbow Girls last Monday night
the girls gave a special program in
honor of the Masons w-ho min
vited especially for the evening.
Those taking part in the mm
were Pat Higley, who gave a vocal
number; Gertrude. Keene 'gave 3
reading; Lorna Beams, a piano 9010:!
vocal soloby Betty Jean Rama-ford: {
piano solo by Pat Sonnenberg and:
a clarinet mm by Esther Mae Bela-'1
mart, Lois Bennett and Annabell}
Britton. The Masons gave a surprise
quiz program which was much en
joyed by all. Refreshments 'were
served in the dining room.‘ . "
Too Late to Classifv "
WANTED TO BUY—AII the old we-
oords you have around the place;
Must have old ones to tum in t 6
get new ones. Bring ’em in—cmcké
ed, scratched or worn alt—doesn’t“
matter. Any make. Behrman, 49d;
wmmw stroller m. 3004
condition. Have a basinet for Sale;
Phone 2811. ‘ 4915
FOR RENT—For 10 months, Mood;
house and two am, one in car:
den Land: poultry mouse tor 200
hens, six-hen gapactty broodgra.';fi”
W. Rice, Finley. 49!)-
THE Wok (wasngmmN) COURIER-mm
Kennewlck Chapter; D.A.R., will
meet at the home of Mrs. Harry
Benson at Finley March 8 for a 1:30
dessert luncheon. A program will
follow. . _ ‘
Alma Circle of the Eastern Star?
held a postponed meeting at the;
home of Mrs. C. F. Winkenwerder‘
last Friday. During the afternoon
a handkerchief shower was given in
honor of Mrs. 'Clarabell Safford who
leaves soon to make her home on
the Coast.
Mr. and Mrs. W. Gravenslund
have purchased the A. I. Smith
home on the River Road which has
been occupied by Mr. and Mrs. W.
W. Skuse. The Gravenslunds will
\move as soon as it is possible for
:the Skuse family to find a place
‘to live.
. At the meeting of the Eastern
Star last Monday night plans were
made for past matrons and patrons
night to be held on the next regular
meeting night. The officers for the
coming year were elected. A social
hour was enjoyed after the meet
ing in honor of Mrs. Clambell
Safford Who leaves soon for the
Word was received this week by
relatives of the marriage of Phoebe
Elizabeth Sherk, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Ewmtt Sherk of Olym
pia to James Marvin Weidner of
the Us. Marine corps in Bremereon.
The wedding took place in Olym-i
pla on the let of February. ‘
The Kilkare club met at the home
of Mrs. A. C. Amou Thursday after
noon. Following a dessert luncheon
two tables were in play. Honors
for the afternoon went to Mrs. T. B.
flausohfld and to Mrs. B. Simmennk.
Maw. A Complete Assortment of Quality
Let us help you with your ' Ration Stamps. We have spent many long days and sleepless nights
adjusting our stocks and familiarizing ourselves with rationing. Now we are proud to aid
you and our government in rationing food. that our men in service and our allies may have
food enough to WIN THIS WAR.
Now, more than ever before, you should make your dollars and ration stamps buy the utmost
in NUTRITION. SHURFINE Canned Foods have always been high quality foods, and now,
more than ever, that quality counts. A cheap standard grade of canned peas, beans, corn, em,
take the same number of ration points as a can filled with Shurfine high quality, nutritious,
energy-building food. Your ration stamps are good for just so many cans of food no matter
where you cash them. But if they are spent for Shurfine Foods you Will' get more food value.
Use More Fruits atid Vegetables—" You Will Find. We Always Stock the
l ' Season’s Finest .
BUY Your Full Month’s Supply
of Caned Foods while Assort
ments are Complete.
jhurfine ' Grocery .
It on help 1:. When you know an item of interest. tell us about
personally. or y phone—we'll ta 2. be:
Is One- . week Our telephone num
Word has been received of the
marriage of Miss Ann Mocaer "of
of Paseoto Ensign Arthur J. Wal
-dron Mmary 15th in Corpus
Christi, Texas. Mrs. Waldron. m
graduate nurse from the Pasco hos-T
pita]. is well known in Kennewiek.‘
having been office nurse for Dr.;
deßit. Mr. Waldron. formerly otl
Spokane B a graduate of WSC and‘
is now stationed at Corpus Christi{
where they win make their home.
Oil and oil products are the prin-‘
cipal exports of Mexico. I
Refrigeration Engineers
40 hours per week, time and a half for overtime.
We may work a 56 hour week
Aslo Need a capable man or woman for office
Yakima Fruit Growers Association
Kennewick, Wash.
NOW! Stretch Your Ration ‘ Stamps-n
want. Pricesdonotsetthepolnu. mwmammtumh
pohtswhenmanseeit. ltwlnahbelnthem ~
Whmmbw,hkcthefl¢htmtotbllemoudthem 00¢!!th
u'mmqwmmvaMbm lumen-“collect:
Monstannormforfllthenmwuohbfl [mm
For Your Convenience
buy W (coda for the_
household. Anyoneymwishclm
take the ration books to the
stomtodothebuyingta- you
a varyourhousehold.
Buy With Confidence at
Mr. and Mrs. F. Masters
Make Home in Yakima
Finley—Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mas
ters‘ tho-hum made their home at
Aubiu'n the putyeu, came Sunday
to visit a few din with their son
and funny. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil
Masters. They expect to leave Pri
dny for Yakima to make their home.
Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Masters and
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Sherry were
“Your cotteeßtlmpßuytthest.
At Least 10% in War Bonds. If You are not
a member to the 10% club—become one now.
Our Boys Are Giving More than 10%
visitors ruesday evening or Mr. and
Mrs. W. Campben in Kenmwlck.
urnand Mrs. beoGlaasner visim
at. the Ernest, Johnson and Clint
Glassner home Tuesday evening.
Air. and Mrs. Burma) Grimshuw
moved to Kcnnewick last week.
Why worry! You won’t
need three pairs of shoes
to take the 33 easy steps
from the Commercial
. hotel to the
where you can get deli
cious ice cream of many

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