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VFORHVEANDVFOBVICIDBY
laws Behind
The News
(Continued From Page 1)
cise taxes on many things, includ.
in: theater admissions, ao-called
amusement and luxury articles.
Cong-es: cut these generally to 20
per cent or less, leaving only the
cabaret tax at 30 per cent. Every.
one forgot what the treasury re
commended, recalled only the ac
tion of congress.
Quiet Fourth
It was the quietest Fourth of
July this community ever ex
perienced. There were no fires,"
no burned fingers, no accidents
nor noiSe. As a matter of fact
there was but one single bunch of
firecrackers in the entire district
apparently.
You can tell when youth 'ends
and decay begins. You begin to
notice how noisy the world is. I
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D. R. Fitzpatrick—Bo. Louis Poul-Dispatch
Pfc. Earling Lande
Home on Leave
Finley—Pfc. Earling Lande are
rived Monday for a three-weeks
visit with his father Jens Lande,
and Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Lahde.
Earling has been stationed in Al
aska the past 18 months.
Mrs. Dan Gerber and son Steve
visited Mr. and Mrs. C. Parrish
Sunday. - . . '
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Holiday and
daughter Lois of Grandview were
dinner guests, of Mr. and Mrs.
Frank vonand, Sunday. Little
Jackie 'Bockstruck, l. grandson
of Mr. and Mrs. Volland, who has
been staying at the Holiday home,
returned to his grandparents home
to spend the summer.
Kenneth Kuh and Claude Walk
spent the 4th of Julér at Toppen
ish.
Mr. and Mrs. Glen Barton and
two children of Hemiston spent
the week end with Mrs. Barton’s
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Shoe
maker. .
Visitor from Seattle at
Bob Perkins Home
Finlethr. and Mrs. Bill Al?
troue of Kennewick visited Sun
'day' with Mr. and Mrs. Bob Per
ikins and Will Purdy, brother of
flux-s. 'Perkins of Seattle who is
spending a few weeks at the Per.
kins home. ' _ .
_ Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Preston
and son Billy were visitors Sunday
at the Ernest Sherry home.
. Mrs. Arlie Glassner was an
overnight visitor of her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. B. Nearents in Pasco
Saturday. She returned home Sun
day and brought her small son
Micheal with her, who spent the
past week with his grandparents.
The Finley Ladies Aid Will meet
Wednesday at 2:00 p.m. with Mrs.
C. W. Brown.
Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Lande, Mrs.
Marjorie Paulson were dinner
visitors at the Jens Lande home
the 4th
The Guy Minton family enjoyed;
a picnic at the Kennewick park?
the 4th. ‘
Mr. and Mrs. Virgil vMasters,
Mr. and Mrs. Burt Fredricks, Mrs.
Albert Piert and Mr. and Ms.
John Fredricks and their iam
illes enjoyed a picnic Sunday at
the Sacajawea park.-
Mrs. Harvey Paulson who spent
two weeks visiting in Sacramento,
Calif., and with her husband Haro‘
vey at Camp Roberts, Calif., re
turned home Sunday.
The Sonderman Family
Picnics.on the 4th
Highlands— Mr: and Mrs. W. F.
Sonderman Sr. enjoyed a picnic
with their children all home on the
4th of July. Those present were:
Mrs. Julia Whiting. of Portland,
Mr. and Mrs. Kent, the C. H.
Sanderman family and the W. F.
Sonderman Jr family all of Ken.
newick. '
The John George Sr. family.
John George Jr., L. G. Muncey
family and the Strawn family
were all guests at the Alvin Geo
rge home on the 4th.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry G. Owens
were visitors at the Glen Felton
home Sunday.
Collins Jones, son of Mr.- and
Mrs. J. E. Jones is visiting at his
home this week. He will report
to Spokane on the Bth of July.
Mrs. Warde Rupp entertained
the sewing club in honor of her
mother who is leaving .for her
home in Woodburn. Ore. Mrs.
Fred Giles was a guest.
Pvt. Glenn Hysell, son of Mr.
and Mrs. John Hysell arrived
Monday morning from Fort Me
pellan, Alabama, for a ten-day
visit with his parents. .
' Mrs. Bruce McLean and two
daughters were visitors at the
Art Simson and Bill Gravens
iund homes this week. .
Too Late to Classify
FOR SALE: One fine saddle mare.
1 2-yr-old gelding. 1 Paléiiiixid
sctud colt. See Tex, Tex's Coffee
up. -
FOR RENT: Room and board for
. two men. Phone 1397. '
r y .~ .5 .
r $3 01’ deaMl/u It 8 Tend er]... It B‘, Juicy!
P . .
5 5 A *r 1k * ' r 4
A w ‘l‘ Its Good! Its QM BEEF
' .62 ”(N
’ f ~- 5 - BEEF ROASTS -lb
“at!!! mus (5 pts.) Arm or blade cuts, lean beef! . 26‘
Juicy dln'ner steaks!
_ 1 _ 35¢ lb RIB ROASTS -- - lb. 32
3 “3 points) 0 (to points) Tender prime rib cuts beef!
SHORT RIBS - - - lb, 19.
1 “°‘ I EIUIIID 3' ‘0 Pit-i Lu” "'.'" w "m" m"! i
' Fresh ground all hoof!
, ,m ,3 sucsp “comma.
~ .. o (0 pts.) weii streaked breakfast hseonz
- (No points) ‘
* 8'" W“ h" ‘ Pork Roasts ....lh. 31c Piece locon ....lh. 1"
. ‘ Lean arm cuts! Any size piece; up, line!
Mayonnalse ’'.° ' ‘ Q“. 47‘ Chickens ........lh. 36c Jowl Bacon ....lb. 1;,
Nu uses, the dressing with the tempting flavor. Swift's under f-ttod fowl! Try it for ceasonlngl
. . ‘ Butt 10a5t5......1h. 35: Lunch Meats...
Mdk to" t'ns ...,.. ... 9‘ Fresh soot-n butt outs! Several tasty n 0.3...“
3 for 2 Point: .. . chemo or Darigold. Pork Sausage. lb. «29: Minced Ham 2’:
5 ‘ ' Fresh pure pork in built. it's grand in lunches!
‘ Treat .- ---A -- - 12-02. tins 33c .'.’:i'msmt'fzcaih. 3“ immea- “. “i
A delicious pork lunch moat. A dozen tins. only 3.06. m New Red Stamps, XB, YB, ZS, GOOD NOW!
Peanut Butter .. . 1 lb. 25‘ g Always a Variety .. . Always Garden lell ’ I
HOWDY, delicious new crunchy chunk style; try it! 3 I .-. - , ' 5
_ 553 a. :5. m MELONS]
F® 5 g t- 3. l 5555' Ripe, sweet '“ ~
, 9"“ " '°"' ...... ""'. i“ - - ‘ CANTALOUPES .. 0 lb. lit”. >
POINTS OFF! 'IIIY A CASE! - g E Vine ripened, meaty, very flavorful. . 5 5555; -‘
5 g g .4 5.,555
Gordenside Green 'Beans i RASPBERR'ES '‘ ’ a cup ”F 5
1. oz. tins tender out i g sswect, red berries: fresh off the bush. 5 5 5555.;
”has; anzfifimumwnmno Pom“ 3.12 E g Large Sweet Bing Cherries ............lh. i {i
' g g Fresh Tender Green Beans ............lh. ‘ , 3 7:;
Del Monte Cream Com , g g‘ Large Seedless Grapefruit ............lh. it s‘":
z, a. 3..., wt, 9.3,... ‘ 12 g 5 White Rose New Potatoes ............lh. M E;
haters??? gt":.:.Tf..-.............-...u0 POINTS 3o g g Santoßosa Plums lb. 18¢ .‘ .3
. g 5 Telephone Pess'..-Ih. 12¢ “Apms 5%
Highway Green Beans > Head Lettuce .....Jh. 7c 2" 5
Tender young green stringiees g g Ripe Tomatoes "'l'" 25¢ II I, V
beans; they're flaVor fresh! 360 i g Beets, Can-om __bch, 5¢ Now aM‘ . in,
CASE or: 24 --...-...e.......-..-.....n0 romre o g g in a“
~ 3 g m owes ..-.lbo ‘l¢ farm 5U}
5 Pierce's Diced Carrots 5 55mm .‘.’,fiWW gr
18 oz. glass; a quality you § ' \_
mt?.§°§e§3’.l§§fwne Pomre 2.8 Bi. ' . EDWARDS COR! ’5”
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. ’Wheie Kernel Corn 5 5 fi“fiw, .. 28; ;x
”$122533: “him. no points 303 6 i "/ “W W” 1n" ”‘3' 10¢
5 """“ 5 Nob Hill Coffee .....1 lb. 24¢ ;
55 Tender Chipped Beets Ballerina Bloch Tee ‘ £523
Lo Mott 20:2. tins; . A full bodied blend of *
grangAfgg 2:53;: “Mao romrs 1.80 mlaumggt: 43: lE}; ‘ ,
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Blue Stamps W-X-Y-Z and As Good Now! Regular sise osi-s e 5% V
4 ' 3 for 19¢ uI.Is- or ill its-i553".-
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(N) n“ “in on”. .. I‘ .l- I“ Swan Soap K." J“ reg. 91's. eooooooooeeo“ ”E 5555
A tasty seasoning toi- meats and other dishes Big double bars. K."- Rgfl... Lids ............3 doe. ”55%;
(3) lain: Tomato Soup ll oz. lie 3 for 29¢ Ken- llegulor Caps ..............ea. :55
it's cream of tomato and It’s extra good! - _
, r . _ * _ _ Top Seal Jar Rub. No. 10. 34" 95%
(3) Bliloken llooille ..Illt oz. '56 s 3, - p.’ e. r ' .........l iii. “'3?
Campbell's, the soup that's extra nourishing. A ‘lln 5111:8555 M ::C: '5: I“ lllg . 3 ‘5 553555555
can. l'lfl . ' 000 06 I oeooooooeoeooooooo Pl!" 5.355;;
s,l3,),figfiqfigfifigfifiggl42sc 2 for 9: nun... '..“. ........a .. at 3m
(B) B& ll Baked Beans l 3 oz. l2e J nk t F 5 he“
They hit the spot for old fashioned flavor. . S
. Fla-Vor-Aid it e M 3
(43) “Ig'l'a' BBI'IIB“ PM” .. 524° for tempting drinks Remet we; lezghgt cl" ‘
29 oz. tins choice firm Bartlett halves. 3 k M deaoert powder 0 'k . '.”
(20) Kailoia Figs, Mt 01. gl. lse P 9" 10‘ phg. 3‘ Hu" '.2
Tree ripened California figs. Sun Down quality. 1 ..
' Prices. Effective July 7th thru 13!]! '5 .1
SUPER Oxydol P & G ' ‘.
SUDS Large SOAP
Fa“ acting .- Gets the dirt Big giant bars ‘ ‘ ‘ ~
Nice new ROOHS for girls. bath
and laundry room furnished.
1108 N. Authur St., Pasco or tel.
2351. Kennewick. ‘
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LOST: One sorrel saddle mare.
Anyone seeing this mare phone
FOR SALE: Tent, 12xl4x3ss ft.
wall; 2 screened windows and
door end; IS-ozk white duck can
vas and pole ropes. Same as new,
slightly used. D. C. Harris, Rt. 1.
Box 285, L. G. Foster’s camp.
Pasco. *
FOR SALE: Small cook stove, 3
burner oil stove, 228 Third Ave.,
East. *
FOR SALE: 6 tons hay or less, $lB
a ton in shock. James Johnston,
Section 7. 14tf
FOR SALE: New cottage type
trailer with new bed springs.
mattress, for $275. Geo. Basin.
c/o Kingdom Hall. 10 Alder St.‘
NOTICE: A service man's railroad
ticket to New Orleans was found
in the Arrow Grill. Information
at this office. 14p
FOR SALE: 1981 Chev. car. runs
good. good times. price $75. See
A. L. Milam at ,_Ludwig's Service
Station. ’ ‘
FOR SALE: Hay in the field,
ready first of week. Harley
Peters. Phone 1743. .. *
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WANTED: Housekeeper and cook.
Middle aged preferred, for fam
ily of two. Nice home. Permanent
position. Phone collect Yakima
5439, or write 14cFrederick Mercy.
FOR SALE: Cook M
up the ditch I 5‘
Davis. M A“ '
FOR SALE: Stock ‘
6:003:20 tires. Chas. [-
201 First Ava; KM‘
FOR RENT: Room tq‘\ ‘
*2nd Ave. East.
FOR SALE: 1937 PIN“
or ’39 Buick. Call 3281.;
REWARD: Will my ..';
half a fountain Den 0!“.
vided it‘s in the pen and“‘
fled Schaeffer pen is in ..'
dition. Herm Schmidt an“;
FOR SALE: Home, new. 1.:
cr unfurnished, 722 M

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