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anday, June 17, 1943
ml, Mona Monroe was a Walla
”11; business visitor Saturday.
mg Twilla Durham, daughter
I Mr, and Mrs. Herb Malchow,
debated her Bth birthday last
91W with a party at her
We in the Garden Tracts. The
”mg people played games and
”joyed the birthday cake and
be cream. after which they all at
aided the Roxy theater.
Mr; and Mrs. Howard Whit
?” and Mr. and Mrs. Erwin
Black were Sunday guests of Mr.
‘ ma Mrs. Harry Linn aboard “The
s k,”
Robert Linn, of North Dakota,
of Harry Linn, visited here
the first of the week.
w, and Mrs. J. H. Gravenslund
01 Woodland, parents of Wilmot
'Gmenslund are visiting here this
Mr, and Mrs. Harry Linn en
mined at dinner on their new
hunch “The Spunky” last Satur
dß! evening. Present were: Mr.
mers. Clarence Yedica,dVlr. and
Ir!- Urban Koelker and son Ron
ny, and Mrs. Lou Miller. Ronny
my quite honored as he is the
in: man boy to “steer” the big
mitts. John White has recently
received word that her son Pfc.
when Hinzeman has been quite
in in a hospital in Africa. Her
other son, Cpl. Rudolph, is also in
Africa. .
Mrs. Lottie Lampson and Mrs.
Cora Reed left Thursday for Wen
atchee where they will attend the
Grand Lodge session of the East
‘ Star.
A group of friends met at the
Anion home Sunday eve
ning and gave them a house—warm
ing. The Amons have recently
purchased the George Sheppard
home in the Garden Tracts.
The Sunday school at the Chris
tan church held a very impressive
has service at the close of the
molar Sunday school session last
Little Ruth Ann Johnson, daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Johnson,
is ill with the-measles.
'l'heßev. and Mrs. L. C. Krug of
Yakima visited with their daugh
ta'Mrs. Albert Zamdt and family
Mailed on friends the first of
the week.
Next Sunday , ls
Father's Day!
Let Dad' know he really is appreciated. Present him a gift—espically
one he can use in his leisure hours at home. We have many items in our
store sure to please him. Scan this list for a few suggestions.
for his tired feet
for his relaxation
80 he can pick the right he
for his fun
Hardware 6' FurnitUr'e-Co.
Belts and Money Belts and Hundreds of Other Items
Buy War Savings Bonds and Stamps
Pvt. Merle Babcoek arrived
home for the week-end.
Edwin Frauen . left Monday
morning for Wenatchee where he
will attend the Masonic and East
ern Star Grand assemblies this
week. v
R. E. Reed and Carl Anderson
attended a linotype clinic in Walla
Walla Sunday.
Mrs. F. C. Sibley of Portland
came Tuesday and spent several
days at the Newton Mulkey home.
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Thurston
were visitors in Benton City Wed
nesday. f
Mrs. J. E. Mulkey and grand
daughter, Sylvia Mulkey, left last
Friday morning for Seattle where
they visited at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Chuck Rutherford. They re
turned Monday afternoon. Mrs.
Rutherford will be remembered as
:Joyce Mulkey.
} ‘Mrs. Bell M'cHeffey of Superior,
iMont., sister of D. M. Blair, who
;has spent the last three weeks
Ivisiting here returned to her home
this week.
R. C. Bremmer left Saturday on
a business trip to Tacoma. He
returned Wednesday. .
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Burrows have
purchased the Minnie Owens 13-
acre farm on the South Highlands
and will occupy the place about
the first of November. '
Pfc. Frank B. Larsen writes
from Detroit, Mich., where he is
attending an ordnance, motor
school that he is soon to be trans
ferred to Cleveland to finish his
course. ~
Mrs. A. T. Belair expects to
leave Friday for Tacoma where
she will spend Father’s Day with
her father D. C. Hansen. Her
sister Mrs. Carl Phillips will join
her at .Yakima and accompany her.
Of the two and a half million
dollar total purchases of War
Bonds by members of the national
Royal Neighbors of America, Ken
newick members took more than
S6OOO, according to information re
ceived by Marietta Dague, record
er of the local camp.
Miss Dorothy Blair of Spokane,
IMr. and Mrs. Charles Hunt, Mr.
and Mrs. William Thomas. Mrs.
‘William Blair and son Merrill were
‘Sunday dinner guests of Dr. and
Mrs. H. C. Curry.
[ Mrs. John Rice of Kahlotus and
IMr. and Mrs. Jim Rice of New
Orleans, La., visited Mrs. William
Blair Friday. Mr. Rice is a med
iical' student at Tulane University.
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Blackman
{and son visited Mrs. Blackman’s
sister, Mrs. Homer Waggner in
Pendleton last Sunday.
' Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Belair were
IHanford and White Bluffs busi
ness visitors Wednesday.
I Mrs. Wilbur E. Weigand re
ceived a telegram from her hus
band, who has been stationed at
lßuckingham Army Air Field at
; Ft. Meyers, Fla, June 14, stating
that he had been graduated from
{the army air force flexible gun
nery school and had been advanced
{to sergeant. He expects to be trans
fered to another training station.
Mr. and Mrs. Claude Babcock,
ISL, and Pvt. Merle Babcock Jr.,
and Barbara Ann and Mr. Sprout
lenjoyed a picnic dinner Sunday at
Miss Alice Pasche spent the
week—end with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Pasche. She is
employed at the rolling mill at
Trentwood. -
Sunday dinner guests at the
Frank Pasche home were Mrs. Gus
Neuman, Ella and Bob, Mr. and
Mrs. Ed Neuman, Mr. and Mrs.
John Neuman and Ronnie of'Val
pariso, Fla., and Alice Pasche of
Spokane. ~
Mrs. Ethel Burnaugh received
word from her husband Walter,
who is in the CB unit in the navy,
gthat he has been sent somewhere
;in the Pacifc. .
The Kennewick Business and
Professional Womens club was
host at a luncheon honoring ‘the
state pmidnt, Miss Wilma Zim
merman, at the Arrow Grill last
Friday noon. Miss Zimmerman
[told of the year’s plans for the
organization. Members: of the Pas
co club were also present.
Mr. and Mrs.‘W. R. Gravenslund,
pioneer residents of Kennewick,
.who are here visiting their chil
dren Wilmot Gravenslund and
family and Mrs. F. M. Bentley,
were honor guests Tuesday night
at the new Gravenslund home on
the River Road. The senior Grav
enslunds were celebrating their
slst wedding anniversary. I
to keep his precious pipes
for .foldin money .
for his comfort .
for his comfort
Alex Bier has purchased the
building which houses the Colum
bia Electric Co., and is remodel
ing the upper floor into four apart
ments. - _
Week end guests at the home
of Mrs. G. 'W. Sherk and Mr. and
Mrs. E. S. McDonald were their
son and brother and his wife,
Corporal and Mrs. Barton Sherk
from Jefferson Marracks, Mo.,
who were enroute to Aberdeen,
Wash. Mrs. Everett Sherk and
her son-in-law and daughter Mr.
and Mrs. James Weidner of Olym
pia. Mr. and Mrs. Weidner were
enroute to North Carolina where
he is with the Marine Reserve.
He has been warrant officer at
‘Bremerton and is being trans
ferred. Mrs. Weidner is the form
er Phoebe Sherk and grand daugh
‘ter of Mrs. G. W. Sherk.
A so-called surprise party was
’held at the Reed home last night
in honor of Dorothy Ann’s birth-
day anniversary. She was the re
cipient of _numerous- gifts.
The Kennewick-Pasco Study club
held its annual picnic meeting at
the Linn home on the River Road
yesterday. Mrs. Morphey was a
guest of the club and gave a short
talk on “The Little ‘Theater Move
‘ment at Portland.”
Valley Ladies at
Yakima as Delegates
Finley—Mrs. Irene Hughes and
‘Mrs. Howard Ash left Tuesday for
[Yakima where they went ‘to at‘
‘tend the state Grange. Mrs. Hughes
went as alternate delegate for PO
- Grange and Mrs. Ash as
alternate for Finley Grange.
Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Moe and
small son of Harrington visited
with Moe’s sister and family, Mr.
and Mrs. Shorty Erickson Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Lande and
daughter, Betty Ann of Portland
returned home Monday having
‘spent the week-end at the E. Sher
ry and Jens Lande homes.
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Ayers left
Sunday for Yakima where they
will . attend State Grange. Mr.
Ayers expected to return to Ken
newick Tuesday and after the
State Grange session Mrs. Ayers
expects to go to Chewelah for a
visit with friends.
Albert Piert and R. S. Mcln
tyre were Walla Walla visitors
‘ Bob and Billy Neareants of Pas
‘co are visiting this week with
their sister and brother-in-law, Mr.
and Mrs. Arlie Glassner at the
Clint Glassner home.
Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Lande and
little Betty Ann Lande of Port
land, Mrs. Vern Combellic and four
children of Port Orchard and Miss
Gladys Kempf of Kennewick and
Jens Lande and son, Pete, were
‘dinner visitors Sunday at the
‘Ernest Sherry home. Other vis
litors Sunday. were Mrs. G. Lea of
Seattle, Beverly Nelson of Goble,
Ore., Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Kerr,
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Carratt and
daughter, Joan.
Mrs. Vern Combellic and four
children of Port Orchard came
Sunday evening for a few days’
visit with Mrs. Combenic’s father,
Jens Lande and brother Pete.
Miss Phylis Kinchloe of The
Dalles, Ore., who has been visit
ing her grandparents, Mr. and
Mrs. Falque the past three weeks,
spent the week-end with Miss Acel
Ann Purdy in Kennewick. .
Roy Lanning visited Sunday
with Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Mul
lins in Pasco.
Mrs. Evelyn Annett of Walla
Walla, is staying with Miss Ro
berta Brock for a few days. The
ladies are employed in Pasco._
Mrs. Carl Walk left Sunday for
Yakima, where she will visit this
week with her daughter, Mrs. Ben
Drinkwater. Mrs. Drinkwater
will be remembered as Mary Alice
Walk. ,
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NOW— While material
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member—Balsam Wool
is the only insulation
sold on a money-back
guarantee. Easy to ap
ply, economical, effici
ent. . .
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Tel. 241 Kennewick
WE WANT to on this page with good newsy items every week. You
can help us. When you know an item of interest. tell us ebom
It personally. or by Wu!!! upon-claw it. Our telephone number
Is One-Double-One. ‘
“Corky” Bishop, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Archie Bishop, received in
juries last Friday when he lost
control of his motor coaster. He
is improving and will be back on
his paper route next week.
The parents of Ross Hill have
received word from him that he
has completed his instructor’s
course at Felts Field and is now
one of the flying instructors at
Pullman. .
‘ Mrs. Mona Monroe is a business
visitor 0n the Coast this week. i
‘ Miss Jeannette Pettitjean, a gov- ,
eminent employee in Seattle. is
spending her vacation here. Mr.
iand Mrs George Tilbury left
this morning for York, Penn;
after a Visit with her father Louis
‘Pettit'jean. Mrs. Tilbury will be
Remembered as Miss Elaine Pettit
?jean. Mr. Tilbury recently gradu
ated from University of Washing
ton in engineering; Enroute to
fthe East they will visit an aunt
,at Billings, Mont., and with Gus
Tilbury who is in the army and
stationed at Madison, Wise.
The all Horse Heaven picnic
will be held Sunday, June 20 at
the Kennewick park. It is being
sponsored by the Locust Grove
grange. Games and sports will be
featured and the Locust Grove
Juvenile grange will sen cold
drinks. The picnic dinner will be
served at 1:00 o’clock. All Horsel
Heaven residents present or past‘
are cordinlb' invited to lining a?
picnic lunch and participate in this
annual celebration.
. Miss Mildred Brown. aaughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Bryson Bmwn
spent last week :at her home. She
amended the ‘wedding of Miss
June Skinnin- which took place
m 58th in Pasco. She returned
to her MilnSeattle .Monday.
Every Day For Your Family's Health!
IMcDONALD’S can helpyun withflae Basic 7 ..It’suptowhoeverdoesthetamflymeal plun
thng and marketing to learn the Basic 1 food rules‘ by heart—Study the list below—once you
.lmow you): family’s nutrition requiranenh. shop for unntiéned to'ods for each 0! the Basic
:a day for every member of the unity. Shop chONALD'S complete stocks of unrationed and
lrafionedtoodsandmmmhmdflaewc 7 wiflbemedeeuier. saving time. money!
4---Tomalo Juice. 47 oz. . . ; 26c
4---Grapeh'uil him. 45 oz. . . 35c
14---Ereen Beans, No. 2 tins . . 17c
9---Beels or Canals. No. 303's . . 13c
Ila-Whole Corn. No. 303's . . . 16c
Ilia-Fruit Cocktail. No. l tins . .221:
Lima Beans, 2 lb. 25c
4 points.
Red Beans, 2 lbs. 19:
4 points. .
Baking Pwd 12 oz 49:
Gelatin Dessert pk. 5c
Pean’t Butter lb. 38c
Shurfine -
Fruit Pectin, 3 for 48¢
Certo 8 oz.
Shurfine Butter, 52c
8 Points Fresh churned
Cheese, l/;-lb. pkg. 25c
Kraft Velveeta
Basic Food Group Four-An
ideal meat stretcher—4 Pts.
Salmon, No. 21/z’s 32c
Golden Mist-f Puget Sound
and Red Sockeye—4 Points
See us for Sweet Corn. Watermelon. Cantdoupe,
‘ Strawberries. m
Beets, Turnips. Car- Oranges, dozen. . .48c
rots, 2 bunchs for 13¢ Sweet “1m
Potatoes . . 10 lbs. 59c Ripe-
New White Rose—v.s No. 1 Tomatoes, 2 “18.. .211:
Mrs. W. J. Whitten and nephew
Fred Meikle. Jr., of Portland the
guests this week at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Oliver. Mrs.
Oliver and Mrs. Whitten are sis
Thirty-five pre-school children
attended a clinic sponsored by the
local Pn'l'. A. Dr. R. W. Ripley.
assisted by two nurses conducted
the clinic. which is an annual
event. Fewer children reported
this year than were expected.
Mrs. W. J. Whitten of Portland
was a guest Thursday of Mrs.
Myrl Walsh in Pasco. They were
classmates in the local high school.
‘ The Royal Neighbors club will
meet at the home of Mrs. A. V.
Lewis on Thursday. June 24.
The Ladies Aid of the First
English Lutheran church met to
day at the home of Mrs. Walter
Hanson. with Miss Inga Otheim
as assistant hostess.
‘ Graveside services were held for
[Axel Martinson Saturday. He
had been a resident of the Ken
newick district for two year: and
is survived by a brother in the
i Miss Betty Higley arrived Fri-I
day to spend the summer vacation
with her parents Mr. and Mrs.
Floyd Hialey. Miss Higley is ai
student at the Ellensburg college»
The Kennewick Needle club will‘
meet Friday of this week at the
home of Mrs. E. R. Carnahan.
Mrs. Everett Sherk mined
here until Wednesday when she
accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Guy
Haydon and Mr. and ~Mrs. Hall
of Olympia to Walla Walla where
she will visit her mother Mrs. W.
L. McKeun and other relatives.
Mrs. Carl [lnstead and son Carl
Jr., left last week-end for an ex
tended visit in Los Angeles at
the bane of relative and friends.
Pears, No. 2 tins 34c
Halves—lo Points.
Sburflne Fancy Bartlett
~ Coffee, Shut. lb. 32c
It’s all Coffee. Ground fresh
at time of purchase—B9p 24.
Macaroni 21b 1102 25c
Or Spaghetti—Cello. Packz.
Crackers, lb pkg. 20c
Krispy—Crisp. fresh Sodas.
Flour, enriched 2.23
Driflzd Snow Perfected—
Flnur, 49 lbs" . . 2.35
Sbertening, 3 lbs. 74c
Sprectek Honey Dew—
Sngar, lolbs. ....73c
Stamps No. 13,715, and 16
Phone 321
, Richard Soth and Dal Vander
'Meer, of Spokane. hitch-hiked to
Kennewick and Sunnyside. spend
in: the week-end with the farmer's
aunt and family. Mr. and Mrs. W.
8. Green on the Highlands. The
boys also visited an aunt at Sun
nyside, having e whale of a time
in the meantime.
Mrs. Willis Hales of Pasco was
a Monday evening guest at the
W. S. Green home on the High
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Davis and
Mrs. Emma Hicley were Sunday
guests at the W. S. Green home on
the Highlands.
Mr. and Mrs. Neshem were
guests of Mrs. Terrance Taylor
Monday evening. Mr. Nesham is
stationed at the Pasco Naval Air
Station. 7
B. 13. Stewart. an early day
resident of the Hover district,
passed away this morning at his
home following months of poor
Among the out-of-town rela
tives here for the funeral of Fred
Stickle were: Mrs. H. Gihring. Mr.
and Mrs. Herb Gihring, Walla
Walla. Mrs. F. Neumann and Mr.
and Mrs. Alva Neumann. Granite,
01:13.; Mr. and Mrs. Ben Reiman
and family of Seattle. Mr. and
Mrs. Emil Siickle and family of
‘Yakim. Mr. and Mrs. John Neu
‘man of Elgin Field, Fla. Berny
and Lorenz Neuman returned Sat
‘urdly to Ezlin Field. John Neuman
left this morning for Florida. Mrs.
Neuman and baby will remain for
a longer visit with relatives.
C. C. Peebles of Walla Walla is
‘visitinz his daughter Mrs. W. S.
Dickinson. Mr. Peebles is a former
'East Kennewick resident before
going to Walla Walla to make his
home. He plans to make an ex
|tended tripto theEastlater in the
.summer to visit his other children.
Mr. .and Mrs. Glen Brooks 0:
Rockiand, Caiit., are visitig their
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Winemiller.
‘ Mrs. S. 8. Carman accompanied
[by her sister Mrs. Dr. Newby, left
lthis min; to visit in California
and other points cutouts.
- Group 1—
L-Green nnd yellow
vegetables . . . some
Group 2
—Onnau. tomatoes.
Group 3
—Potntou and other
vegetables and fruits.
Group 4
tied. drlod milk, or
cheese. ‘
—llolt. Poultry. fish.
bemoan. nuts. or
Group 6
—Bmd, flour. and
Group 7
mum-Inc . . . with
Grumuts Flakes 15c
No point: large pkg.

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