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slum-r announcer: I It. and Mrs. Arthur E. Glasow‘ Sr. _ announce the engagement oﬂ then- daughter, Dorothy, to Joel F. Holland, son of Mrs. Elsie Hol land of Bellingham. The marriage will take place August 11 at the hangehcal Lutheran church in Kennewick at 5 o’clock in the afternoon. Miss Glasow recently purchased her own beauty shop in Seattle, where she has been Plumbing _- Always a Square Deal Complete Plumbing and Heating Sales and Service Day Service 320 Ken. Ave. Night Servnce Phone 3591 . Phone 3511 W 3 A ".- ~Q . F 798 :2;-€BS \AV’W‘ ”We 0 o , f3' K -k - k .. ° 3 s'? . xx! ennewnc y _ _)_.., . , :3? GRAPE ‘% a; ﬁr“ 3, f ' 3 ‘L , - ‘ OCTOBER 3111, 4th and 51h I ‘ I . Time IS Short! . CLUBS AND ORGANIZATIONS WHO WILL WANT TO OPERATE CONCESSIONS DURING THE GRAPE FESTIVAL . SHOULD 'C ON TACT THE GRAPE FESTIVAL ASSOCIATION AS SOON AS POSSI BLE FOR BEST AVAILABLE SPACES AND CONCESSIONS. DON’ T DELAY' ACT NOW' ~ , _ .. w M an: m sum: Inn-sum . . . Buy this week and 'we _ . will pay tyour excise ‘ ~ ax . . 2 -da‘g;,~.¢md . ’ . av" " 3:, '_ CHROME ' : :‘T hf“ - omen or '-_ , ,~ I mam: - 3'33 “E »./ ' 3 - cums , El l , Red bl . _ ' - . 1.95 ‘ _ - , d , \ HARDWOOD F ld’ T Unfinished LA“ CHAIRS re‘g. 213n9g5; gggcial price. . .4145 wmﬂonns‘ INEXPENSIVE . Heavy wood frames LUGGAGE Regular Ssiggle door htype Suit cases, hand b.ags, overnight Special ..i ....... .... . . . 5.95 ”ags' J‘éitci'ifoﬁh't‘iipi” m" , “___-___- l W‘m . g ~ JUST ARRIVED! ! ‘~WM: ' ' Large selection of ‘ . . A‘: ii 13:: COFFEE TABLES, END I. ; TABLES, LAMP TABLES . . ' 3 In matched sets or may be ‘ purchased singly Washington Hard at and FURNITURE CO. working for the past ' year. She grew up in Kennewick. FIRST CHILD Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Malone are the parents of a daughter, Patricia, Anne,borntothematourLady of Lourdes hospital on Sunday. Patricia Anne weighed seven and ‘a half pounds at birth. She is \their first child. _ Finley Hole; By MRS. BAN GERBER Miss Edna Whitney had a sur prise party Friday evening for her father, C. G. Whitney, the occa ion being Mr. Whitney’s birthday. Guests included Mr. and Mrs. Jim Boles, and sons Ronnie and Bud; Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Phillipins, Mrs. C. G. Whitney, Jr. and son Leigh, Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Slocum and son Lynn, Mrs. Rolla Lanning and daughter Blanche and Bob McCal want. Pinochle was played. Mrs. C. G. Whitney and daugh ter Betty left Sunday for a week’s vacation. They will visit in Brem erton with Mrs. Whitney’s son and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Schmidt of Kennewick visited Tuesday eve ning at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Brodbeck. Mrs. Roy Kennedy and Mrs. Pete Lande were hostesses at a bridal shower, given in honor of Mrs. T. Atterbury, at the home of Mrs. Kennedy on Friday evening. A pleasant evening was enjoyed W by several and many useful gifts were received. 3 Mr. and Mrs. Harmon Wilcox ‘and children and Babs Lanning were Sunday callers at the Dan Gerber home. Oscar Hubbard and sons of Rich land called on Mr._and Mrs. Fred Brodbeck Wednesday evening. ‘ Larry, Bonnie and Jackie Bock-‘ struck, grandsons of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Volland, have gone to Spo kane to visit their mother. Finley Grange will meet Friday night, July 28 at 8:30. The degree team will confer the 3rd and 4th degrees. ' Mr. and Mrs. George Taylor, Mrs. Ernest Sherry, Mrs. J. Schaﬂ ner and Mrs. Dan Gerber were callers at the Jesse Lande home Friday evening. NEW BABY Mr. and Mrs. Albert Pardini are the parents of a. daughter, weighing 6 pounds and 10 ounces, born to them July 20 at Our Lady of Lourdes hospital. The state of Alabama produces the largest amount of praphite of any state in the Union. NOTICE TO CREDITORS TO FILE CLAIHS No. 2517 In the Superior Court of the State of Washington in and for Benton County (In Probate) In the matter of the estate of JENS hf. LANDE. Deceased NOTICE is hereby given that the undersigned Peter 'l‘. Lande has been appointed and has qualified as admini strator of the estate of Jena If. Lande. deceased; and all persons having claims against said estate are required to serve the same with the necasary vouchers upon the undersigned administrator or his attorney of record. Kenneth E. Serier. at his office in Kennewick, Benton County. State of Washington. and file the said claims with the Clerk of the above entitled Court. together with proof of said service. within six months after the date of the first publication of this notice. to-wit: Within six months after the 25th day of July. 1946. or said claims shall be forever barred. Dated in Kennewick. Washington this 24th day of July. 1946. PETER T. LANDE. Administrator of the Estate of Jens M. Lande, Deceased. KENNETH E. SERIER. Attorney for Administrator Kennewick. Benton County. Washington. 7 :25-8 :8 j ,1. _c. "nu-v 00.. use. ' .. i . f:- ‘ Tags-3225; £535: .; ‘ A big bargain-rich clearance of summer items you can still wear for a. good two months! These items have been marked way down for quick action! Hurry! You’ll find many items that you will want! i ‘ Ladies’ Smart f Ladies’ Summer SI I,I:Il: SIDES me" Leather, two tones and canvases! . Wedges, medium and high heels. This entire 1“ All our summer numﬂc group at this amazingly low pride. Hurry! Only .- bers must go .....m ,- Il- ° 9 Girls Items « 1"?" e“ d .... slum-sums lealcot'gforscoo .. . .. . L this fall. Definitely fme qu?e&ym%?hgﬂamt hang welt and Cotton Skirts .....2.00 Cotton printed types 100 11, . _3OO W001enRay0n5ty1e5.:...................2.00 Wooen Skirts-~-- Fmestqualltywoolensm . 300 Woolen Jackets . . .3.00 the newest styles and colors .... .. . . a Mm BABY Imus LADIES‘ News A grand assortment we Dainty lace carriage calvers ....... ... . . . .1.00 at 8 close-out price»- . Baby comforter and p' ow sets ..... .. ...2.00 FlO Infant’s crawl abouts 50c sughﬂyUgﬂSQUARES Baby sheer dresses 100 and damaged 10° Babyshawls, 100 percent wool .............200 —————‘— Babypillowcases 25c . FLOOR WAX Romper suits 1.50 To brighten at Play suits 1.00 your floors ...............1 Men’s and Boys’ ‘ Ladies’ Box Harvest Hals Sun Hal: Slahonery All our numbers 25c Plenty of shade for 25¢ Good quality paper at 25c go at this price hot sunny days give-away price ...»... ‘Men’s Men’s Summer . Men’s Solar Slraws Neckties Leather Bells All our cool summer dress Smart patterns at give- Blacks, whites and straws in two bargain away prices tan colors in all sizes. groups Two Groups You will want several 1.50 - 3.00 251: and 501: ' " only 251: Boys’ Navy Blue Boyzzrgﬁoélen d Handy an I P-Coals JACKETS _ _ Zipper Bags All Wool Cost 1 . Y ter Fabric Ideal for school this fall. tofu: tofmni’.“ wa mmngim «mm 1.00 m —_———-——————_—————_ Men’s Dress Caps. .79cIDress Suspenders ..50clBoys’ Dress Caps 25c Shop early for many more items that are too numerous to mention!!!!! I @“REWQ I The Luta Camp Fire group had a special meeting. We made fur ther plans for the year's schedule. We have decided to paint souven irs for the Grape Festival. We dis-‘ cussed the time and the place for our monthly party. We will have our swimming party Monday, Ju ly' 29. Our next meeting will be at two o’clock, July 26. The Mukkinneunk Camp Fire Girls met July 23 at their guard ian’s home. After the meeting we had an enjoyable swim in the river. July 20 we went on a hike and took our lunch. We found this . Now’s the time to can for healthy-eating next winter -——'— If“‘\“ ___—m-----—---_-—----' \\ , orobesumyonrfamily gets T f 5 plenty of healthful fruits, pre ‘ ' minus and jellies next win % Emﬁéﬁﬁ“ WW" \ ~ ' easier A&A»- ,ﬁwmwmr “‘ K Get your full share of canning WEE JA 3. sugar-ﬂ your grocer for '.’ %, 93:35 svnscxus gm/ at Y 0 SUGAR Wl‘ f ® I’ Union Pacifig to Buy Qihhtity of Box Cats 7With box ear shortages acute in many wheat growing areas the railroads are moving to solve the problem. Ellis Dorothy, Union Pacific agent. reports that there is no shortage locally. Cars are being supplied rapidly enough to handle all wheat being sold. . Looking ahead the Union Pacific has placed orders ‘for new car con struction which- will cost nearly nice place to swim so planned to go swimming after the meeting. Joyce Winterscheid, Scribe. The regular meeting of the Joy ful Blue Birds was held at the home of their leader, Mrs. Dyson. Twenty members were present and two guests, Janice Moeller and Suzanna Rust. We finished our book marks. The next meeting will be held Thursday. July 25. —Phyllis Nelson, Scribe. glib hT $13,000,000. 43 t° m." w» m?“ structxon hands 1300 ho; and 500 a an special lamina“. W 39?“: 5'3““ . W. Spa: express an m 1., \ §x i FOR SEE TRAVIS til I Brake Sm _\ Veteriluh ‘ ‘ 1320 mm... ‘ "° Phenom“ D.W.ZENI' ml”. $23303: s9}; " ‘3': *- Drs. F. C. :1 l omee ammo-om. Bum Phoneomsn-Bgﬂ; Dr. Harold E. M WWW“ Oomph” omm ”Gr-INl “hat-PIS“ h J Malta-1P0" LAW own 1 caesium-m DR. J. cum ‘ amm‘ -, Win" 3! A? “1.61"" AWJ'I’W ; mm , DAY on small -111 a I'm?» an MAI: 9?: KEN :w.‘ " AWEIIIW“§:,'_‘ one. an - ll" Russel R. W m“ MI 108 Ewan 1“ } yguﬁ’rona” was j 3 Plano.” ‘ ‘ i m M” . _ Horriganllllm AW “ 5" m.Wuh. M“! ‘ DR. 0. 38m DRUGLBIIW' so: 2?;“33‘”? ”but. " . Registered "" ’ MW : mum-IN": W” §”m£2“‘m£?h .