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The Kennewick courier-reporter. [volume] (Kennewick, Wash.) 1939-1949, June 24, 1943, Image 8

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Don Matthews Training
At Kearns Airfield
Donald E. Mathews of Olympia
is nnw stationed at Kearns, Utah,
at the army air forces basic train
ing center. '
He is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
J. E. Mathews of Kennewick and
has been in the army air forces
since May 20. _ _
Men at this post are trained
under the rigorous program of
the air forces technical training
command. They are taught how
to fight—how to protect them
selves under battle conditions, to
march, the use of small arms and
machine guns, the use of the gas
mask and other kindred subjects
before going to duty with ground
Former Residents Visit
At Harry Benson Home
Finley—Mr. and Mrs. Charles
McFadden and son, John Drennan
of Ocosta, came Thursday and
were dinner guests of Mrsand Mrs.
Harry Benson. The . McFaddens
formerly lived in this community,
where McFadden taught in the 10-
cal high school, and for the past
year taught at Ocosta.
NOW you can have
REAL Barber Seruce!
~ *. **-
Having taken over the Martin bar
ber shop, we are offering the peo
ple of this community better serv
ice than has been the custom here
in the past. ,
Both .‘experts, We trim your hair
the way you like it and in the style
. most f becoming to you.
We stay open until nine o’clock
each evening, except Sunday.
‘* 1* *
Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Armstrong
' 1153/2 Kennewick Avenue
HOME” should. be the most attractive place in the world. for you and
our family, The furnishings make “home” out of a mere “house.”
Ame here for suggestions—and you’ll make selections. ’ ' '
_le ln‘ormal arrangement of cénvenient
_i'e in find just what yofi'éééht. —Wénal§6
e Occasional tables ranging from 6.95
‘ , to 23.75 -
m -i§eauty and CHINELLE and» WOOI. BUGS
1?. Ind "RAYON
u if ;1 déSignS and
N 0.7, Jug colors at
y 7.95
Hardwai'e 6- Furniture Co.
Buy War Savings Bonds and Stamps
Miss Sylvia Lakey
Visits at Bell Home
Western Horse Heaven - Miss
Sylvia Lakey of Prosser was a
guest over Friday and Saturday of
Gene Bell.
" Miss Merte May Morgan and Joe
Chiara were married Saturday eve
ning at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Guy Morgan in Prosser.‘
‘ Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ellis of
Whitstran are living on the W. C.
Travis place. Mr. and Mrs. 'De-
Vere deField of Benton City occu
lpy the J. Tomaske house.
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Smith of
Kennewick entertained at dinner
last Thursday. Guests were Mr.
and Mrs. Ray Anderson and chil
dren, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Tyacke,
and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Guy
Travis, Cpl. Norman Travis and
Herbert Owens."
Mr. and Mrs. Vern Borden and
children were visitors Friday at
the T. C. Borden home in Rich
land. ‘Ray Borden is now stationed
in Vermont.
: Maybe more Kennewick fathers
would send their children to col
}lege if they knew the kids wouldn’t
‘come home and criticize their
gramman -
_ little tables adds
a touch to a com
fortable hom e.
See our Cocktail
or Coffee tables,
priced at 6.95 to
19.75. You’ll be
Small and convenient
these fine rugs add a
homey touch to any;
room. Buy several of
these cozy little fel
lows' for bed-side use.
1.75 to 7.95
Birthday Picnic in
Sacajawea Park
Western Horse Heaven—Mr. and
Mrs. D. L. Henson, Mr. and Mrs.
Chester Anderson, Mrs. Margar
ethe Anderson, . Mrs. Clara'Root,
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Anderson
and Mr. and Mrs. Mark Potter
picknicked Sunday at Sacajawea
park. The occasion was in honor
of the birthday of Mrs. Margar
ethe Anderson.
Alternate Delegates
Attend Convention
Finley—Mrs. Irene Hughes and
Mrs. Gladys Ash returned Satur
day from Yakima where they went
as alternate delegates to the state
Grange convention. .
Mrs. J esse Lande and daughter,
Betty Ann of Portland were busi
ness visitors at the home of Mrs.
Lande’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. E.
‘Sherry and Jens Lande Tuesday
‘and Wednesday.
| Bob and Billy Neareants of Pas
‘co, who have been visiting with
{their sister and brother-in-law, Mr.
and Mrs. Arlie Glassner, at : the
lClint Glassner‘ home, left Satur—'
[day for their home.
Mr. and Mrs. ‘Ernest Sherry visa
ited Wednesday evening at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Ole Johnson
in Pasco.
1 Ray Kuh of the Pasco Naval Air
’ Station was a week-end visitor at
, the home‘ of his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Joe Kuh.
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Fletcher
and children, Gary and Laura of
Dayton, and Mr. and Mrs. R. R.
lGowing and children of Walla
Walla and Mrs. Blanche Burton of
Seattle were dinner guests Sunday
of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Gowing.
Mr. and Mrs. Bud McCarty and
two children, Leah and Betty, vis
ited a few days last week with
Mrs. McCarty’s parents at Starkey,
Ore., and with Bud’s mother and
brother, Mrs. Clara McCarty and
Vern of Spray, Ore. . ‘
Finley Grange met Thursday
night with; afinall attendance.
Seth Montague won "the three De.-
fense Stamps. _Byard Slocumb
gave a reading “My Dad” in honor
of Father’s .Day. Lunch was served
at the/closeby Mrs. Thalman, Mrs.
Harvey Kerr, Mrs. Ben Schwartz
kopf and Mrs. Virgil Masters.
Mr. and Mrs. Bud McCarty and
Mrs. Winfield Gilmore were shop
pers. in Walla Walla Saturday.
George Taylor and Harvey Kerr
:were‘ among the first farmers in
this community to dig spuds.
Mrs. Henry Piert and Mrs. Al
bert Piert and two children were
business, visitors in,Pasco Friday. -|
Attractive and con
venient lighting is
one of the essentials
in making a home.
Se e our decorated
China lamps with silk
, shades.
Priced at only
5.9510 15.50
Phylis Kinchloe Visits
Grandparents in Finley
Finley—Miss Phylis Kinchloe of
The Dalles, Ore., who has been
visiting her grandparents, Mr. and
Mrs. Fred Felq'ue, the past two
weeks, left Thursday for a week's
visit with friends in Walla Walla,
before returning to her home. -
(4) Nu Spred Butler Sub. 13 o. 25::
(20),: While Cloud Short. 4 111.79:
(15.) Shorlening. Royal. 3-lh. 60c
(15) Snowdriii Shorlen. 3 111. 68c
(Z). Pigsrfeei. Armour's. 1115. 25c
(21 Vienna Sausage, Lib. 4.0.11:
(5) ‘E Z Serve-Vial Li. 111/4 0. MC
(5) amalgam Neal 12 o 341:
(s)'Swiii's' m Heat.- 12 0. 33¢
(21) Peaches, hiway In. 29 o. 20c
(14) Apple Sauce. Libby 20 o. 15::
(25) Fruit Cocktail. Lib. 29 o. 326
(4,) :Gianfil‘mil Jute; Bid. 4611 27¢
(2]) Peaches, BioFßila,-Z9 o. 18::
(Zl‘)’Pears. Sinhutsl hv, 29 0. 24¢
(4) Blended .Juce, Adam 460. 32c
Com: sump no. :4 mamas JUNE arm
Alher's Priskies . “.215. pk. 21c
Cent. Bogl'ood Meal. 5 lbs. 33c
Fisher's Biskit Mix. 2% , lbs. - 29 c
Centennial Cake Flour. 411:. 26c
Sperry Cake Flour. 9.8 lbs. 44.6
fluaker Pearl Hominy. 9 lbs. 39c
Calumet Baking Powdr, 5 lb. 69c
K. 6. Baking Powder . . 25 oz. 18c
Kool Aid Beverage Pd, 4 pk. 15¢
' Mavis Cola Syrup, 12 oz. hll. 25c

f 5) Skinned Hams. shank . 39c
:7) Skinned l-lams.~ hulls . . 39c
:7) Spiced Luncheon Loaf . .45c
.4) Sgglgedmdowel Bacon . . 27c
(B) it; 'S-a—lfllml’ork 26¢: ‘
(I) The Miles of Price Ad-lalstratlaa sats collla‘ Etlces.’
(2) The 0. P. A. has classlflad Safeway States as Class “0. P. k 4."
(8)01“! “0. P. L 4" m ll! TIE lOIES‘I’ CEILIIO "ICES 8!! MI MW mm Wall.
(4) Thanks. Ibsa y.- ml. at Ssh-al. you lan an adv-lago (an Loam cums mass ll tom
your stamps now for the food you need. Don’t let your Red stamps expire!
Bldé' Stamp» it L and M howiéifid. W'li'iuié‘bluZ-m expire on 355'“
j ‘ _ Saveonthuebluestunptoods,
Mrs. R. R. Gowing Visits
Relatives and Friends
Firlley Mr. and Mrs. R. R.
Gowihg and children, Mary Ellen
and Burton, of Walla Walla. and
Nlrs. Blanche Burton of Seattle,
vxsited Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.
Virgil Masters. R. R. Gowing and
Mrs. Burton returned Sunday eve-
LB. .33c
am am GO AHEAD! ,We’ve mulled green :33;
‘ markers in our stores to identity non-rational foods. The ‘3
stamps. ’ , 1”
ning to their homes and Mrs. Gow
ing and children remained for a
week’s visit at the Masters home.
Mrs. S. P. Vorvick and three
daughters left last week for a visit
with Mrs. Vorviek’s mother and
lather relatives in Minnesota.
Mrs. Albert Piert and children
and Mrs. Henry Piert were Pasco
Visitors Friday.
(5) Cudally Tang Meat, 12 o. 33:
(l) Deviled Meal. Lib. 3% o Z-llc
(3) Tuna Fish. all while. V 2,: ll:
(3) Tuna Fish. Ealwell 7 oz. 33:
(4) Shrimp. Blue Plate. 7 oz. 25:
(l) Oysters. Hy-T-liood. So. ll:
(1) Carnation Milk. tall. 3 lull:
(1) Chem]: Milk. tall cans. eat
(l)llaflkold Milk. lall ea. it
(Ill) Catsnp. Red Hill, 14 oz. ll:
(14) Cut Green Beans. 20 oz. It
(9) Diced Carrots, Del. 16 oz. ll:
(14) Cream Comma H. N 0.14:
(16) Fancy Peas. Walla. 20 out
(4) Tomato June, Libby. 41 all:
(I) Gerber's Baby Food. now i
sonata: m 1:. 15 Jim good for mu ' '
(15 and lo tor cunning sum) 9
U AND I éiJEAii .1". fifiéfé'fé
U AND I SUGAR. .10 LBS. 66cl
While Bock Spark Waler 24 o 111
Kerr Mason i'ruil Jars. pls. ‘3‘,
Jar Lids. Kerr Ha. rep. 3 dz. 25¢
' Wheaties. Cereal .. . . per pk. ll:
Posl Bran Flakes . . 8 oz. pkg. it
, -.Posl 'l'oaslies, lresh ... 11 oz. It
_ Hi Ho Crackers Sunshine. 19.19:
Snowflake Soda Crackers. ill}:
Shinola While Shoe Polish 2 -
I Cigarettes. popular kinds, if,“
Produce Features!
Farm Fresh at Safeway
TglzlfiTOES ......LB. 33c
CANTALOUPE. . . .LB. 13c
ORANGES, Sunkist.Lß. 9c
PEAS, Walla Walla.Lß. 14c
—For canning
Thursday. June 24. 1”
Friends for Many Ye;
Enjoy Visit This Wu
. 1
Finley—Muss Ruth 61.."
Medical Lake who attend“:
convention at Chehalis, «new
by the way of Hover. and
Mr. and Mrs. Clem Thalmmg
have been good friends and
not seen each other for N
I $1.65 I
mam :11
I’s. California SWI
No. 2’s. . . . .u‘
LE'l'l‘UCE. . ”ll

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