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HOVER NOTES
3! u", Hamon Wilcox
phone news to Kennewick 12x9
before Wednesday
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MI. and Mrs. Sidney Ayers of
Chillicome' Tex., arrived last
Tuesday by auto. After a few
days at the Ayers ranch they will
“company Mr. end Mrs. J. R.
Ayers on a vacatlon trip through
tmum-thwest as thls is their first
trip to Washmgton.
John Carter of Seattle visited
me week-end ’at the Tom Lawton
home-
Beverly, Geraldine and Shirley
Carlton, Patty, Donna and Mar
(migrate played croquet with
Mice Montague at her home
Thursday.
SRB“ and Mrs. Roberts and
daughter: Mary Ann, were dinner
guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs.
Prank Montague.
Those attendlng the funeral of
Carl Slaughballgh from out of
town included: Mr. and Mrs
Peerkins and Mr. and Mrs. Par:
If You Die, Will a
MORTGAGE
. Deprive your Family of its Home?
For every fire loss suffered \during the
period of the average mortgage, there are 16.3
deaths among the borrowers as revealed by
actual study of the records, according to re- ~
port of Committee on Trends of the United
States Building and Loan League. '
You may be sure, should you be taken
away, that the mortgage on your home Will
be paid bd’ means of LIFE INSURANCE and
' at'the en of the contract, give you back your
money in cash or Me income.
C. H. YEDICA ‘ ,
‘ District Agent .
Equitable Life Ins. Co.‘ of lowa
Room 9, A. P. Brown Bldg. _ Phone 5301 _
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5“ COMPLETE OPTICAIA SERVICE IN ONE
MINT OFFICE AT ginger: Cflometu'sts
‘ Modem scientific equipment, modern professional methods,
enable Binyon Optometrists to give, you complete
optical service all in one office. See your Binyon Optometrist
for all three—Scientific Eye Examination . . . Precision-
GluindLenses . . . a wide selection of Smartly Styled Frames.
» 7'o THE GREENWAV. RICHMND _
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on a New , _ ~33 .
Don’t struggle another day with
that old washer. You can get
a generous allowance on it, and
enjoy workless washdays wrth
a new Bendix automatlc Wash
“ o w | - or immediately. Here’s your
° chance grab that phone!
3 BALLMNES. Inc.
00 AVENUE C J PHONE 3732
ham of Bremerton, Mr. and Mrs.
Miller of Bellingham, Mr. and
Mrs. U. D. Jones and children of
Sundale, niece of Mrs. Slaybaugh;
Jewel Slaybaugh of Venice, Cami,
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Slaybaugn of
Oakland, Calif., and Mr. and Mrs.
Dick Walker and children of San
Lorenzo, Calif. .
Mr. and Mrs. Glen Yeager were
guests at the Harmon Wilcox
home Tuesday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Yeager
and daughter, Billie, and Wade
Yeager were dinner guests Tues
day evening at the William Nunn
home. .
.Jewel Slaybaugh. left Sunday
from his home in Venice, Cal., and
Dick Walker left Tuesday. Mrs.
Walker will remain with her
mother for a few days.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Evans'and
son, Chuck, were in Spokane last
week on business. They returned
home Monday evening.
. Mr. and Mrs. Mac Warnock of
Oroville, Calif., visited last week
at the home of Mrs. Warnock’s
brother, William Nunn and family
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard 'Brown
and twin daughters are visiting
in Missouri with Mr. Brown‘s
parents. Mrs. Brown is the daugh-I
ter of Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Pate.
Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Mcl-lenry of
Kennewick called at the Orval
Butterfield home Saturday night!
Mr. and Mrs. Dick Smith and
family of Connell visited in Hover
‘Saturday.
1 Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Judd and
children were dinner guests at the
A. S. Mclntyre home Sunday.
Jerry Erickson spent last, week
at the home of Louise Landel in
Kennewick. -.
; Mrs. Gertrude Smith took care
.of Mrs. Franklin last week while
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Evans were in
Spokane. ‘
Miss Beryla Bafus returned
‘home Friday from a vacation trip
to California. She was accom-'
panied by Miss Viola Hillier of
KenneWiék.
Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Pruitt
and family of Oklahoma are Vis
iting at the home of Mrs. Pruitt’s
parents, Mr. and Mrs. George
Tate.
Set July 31 Deadline
For License Renewal
Driver’s license renewals may be
made at S&J Motors in Kenne
wick. . '
With less than 30% of Wash
ington’s 940,000 drivers holding
new licenses, License and State
Department and State Patrol of
ficials predict an unprecedented
jam at licensing counters as the
July '3l deadline nears.
Because of drastic reduction in
State Patrol funds, officials say
that it will be impossible for the
entire public to receiVe their new
licenses at patrol offices. Special
agencies have been set up in all
communities to cope with the sit
uation. ‘ .
In those cases where an indiv
idual cannot appear in person for
license renewal, it may be renew
ed by mailing the expiring license,
with a money order for 2 dollars
directly to the Department of Li-'
censes at Olympia, jwith any
change in address, and full date of
birth included.
An amendment to the U. S. Con
§titution that went into effect Oc
tober 1,5, 1933, changed the date
for the meeting of Congress from
the first Monday in December to
January 3, each year.
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KENNEWICK (WASH) COURIER-REPORTER
HAIB 'DRESSBRS MEET
The Columbia Hairdressers As
sociation will meet at the Charm
Center, in Pasco, at 7 p.m. Aug
ust 5. '
Further plans on proposed at
filiation with the National Hair-
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BAGS saw“ 2
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EnvelOpe' style with double zipper . . . in pat
ents and leather plastics. '
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, Formerly Mona Monroe Shop
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.§@ \ SUMMER FRUITS and VEGETABLES , . y
“"fisfi'ij Many favorlles are now at their best a! SAFEWAY sigw/
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S§R>> ' FlFesh fruits for canning and many other <4‘élh‘ rm”, 7‘3" ,§s:9_’.=' -
am\% gyégo’zgyfi-v’ summertime favorites in fresh vegetables ' a}: M ..I' p l
. ‘?« \\\\ “4.75%; \ to help you add variety to tlme savmg hot 5,97 -/. ,"
@» q \"-..!y§~§:§\ ' weather menus! Enjoy tempting fresh- fl/V fit; " '
‘ \‘ \S\\\\ ness and the best in quality at Safeway’s {"'
I)”: \ Low Prices! . '_ Nu Made
«...-um . ’~’é’ ~ CYOI‘IIIOISE
eesm :7 ’f/ cantaloupe? .° ° 'b' 9‘ EXTRA SAVING NOW!
155;:- ’2 V. N , )1 9:33, a: "-. Firm, rlpe thick meated sweet golden cantaloupes! ' It's always
7/ ‘* " a,» v 2 _., Fr: .31-l!!! 3
. A f Seedless Grapes. lb. 21: 9‘
.‘._ ' . // California seedless, very sweet, very flavorful!
F A-~ g u Sunklst Lemons lb. 15: Miracle Whip
ancy pr'co s . Large juicy golden lelnons for summer beverages! Dressing
Largeil-‘irn; Golden Moopark! - SPECIAL LOW PRICE"
33.33%»? 2- 29 Fresh Corn --- - - ea. 5: G ..
3245' PEAR 80X...... ' Tender golden yellow cars, right out of the patch! "2:: “‘22,! 53 c
Blackberries...... flat 2.49 . . 0“" J"
Large fancy ripe berries, can now! SIICIng Tomatoes lbs 9‘
Currant5............a flat 2.29 Ripe red slicers, firm, flavorful for salads! .
Extra fancyi large juicy, tart! , P 4 Royal satln
Peaches...l6-lb. flat 1.39 "0.1. 011011065 °i ° lb. C Shortening
semen Jubilee; for 51icing.....~...1b. 9c New low price on finest Washington Wh te Rose! NEW LOW PRILE!
g a TYPICAL SAFEWAY VALUES! For "Vina
ibis . and baking! 109
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- “—4" Chicken Fricassee 29 oz. 19¢ .
* Hills Coffee . lb. 45: .ml v... Camp's Beam ~21 0,. we -
Hills, M. J. a. or Edwards! . 0&8 Pork and Beans- 13% oz. 10¢ K'tcglen Craft
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Wakefield Coffee . lb. Me :3“ camp-s "my 2.? 9'" 1. .’. .....- -39... . I I
The new aromatic flavor for real satisfaction! W Skies Asmmgus 19 oz. 38¢ sills WEEK ONI Y! ' ' 1
Red Hill Catsup 13% oz. 235:: Milled for ' 4
Gra fruit Juice 46 oz." ..~ . ' ' n : 8 3
‘ Sun-E-Tgrenatural. flavorsome, tangy, rich juice! c Nalley 8 muStard" 20% oz. Jar ‘B‘ Igmg'ugAG‘” C
: Seedloss Raisins . 4 lb. 63: ‘ 3”“ "his V ‘
Choice California boasehold raisins; SAVE NOW! L N" ”6‘” ‘o“‘"£a ’0 "tlst
‘ LUNCH BOX ’ ‘\
Dl’OMGdafy COCOI‘IIt . 17‘ Sandwich - Finest Quality at Lowest Prices!
Shredded sweet coconut for baking or dessert! 4 oz. S d
' . Pm Veal Roasts ...lb 49
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SUGAR SALE! ‘Sllcfi‘ 95:31.? 53 C Rump, leg or shoulder cuts, graded “GOOD" veal!
. '_ 50 . aUAnTs ._
'° “’ ”“9 °"'V "‘ - 4‘: Ground All Beef lb. 43c
25 lb. bag. IIQW ......2.40 ”You Fresh, lean. always better at Safeway!
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100 lb paper bag ....9 50 \T REAL ROAZT Fresh WIGHEI'S . lb. 45 C {
Kerr Regular Quart ,lars. d0L..........89¢ Béanu Armour's or Swift's finest skinless wieners! l
Sno-Wllite Salt. 25m. cart0n....;.2/17c alumnae 1' Luncheon Meats lb. 45¢ :
. . . ' Assorted sliced cold cuts, a n! ' t !
5-2:"? :der :1negar...........;;)ga1. :3: 3323;}; .. 59c °° "m y :
l y s ncy ea 5................ oz. c . . . - '-,
Gardenside Pea5................20 oz. 2/23: . - . gear: 813 d Biconbmwiz 75c I
‘ Mrs. Wright's Fresh Bread. large....‘l7c CRISP’ FRESH ‘ prmg g 0 am ° 59c "
.1 9 . .Wheaties Meaty Veal Stew -.........--. lb 29c
. penciou, with Arm Cut Pork Roast.-....1b. 47c
YOU get more for your money at 12:;th mm Fresh Boiling Beef---......-lb. 32c
SAFEWAY Wl7“ M
Prices Boodfri. and Sat, July 2511 l and Zfillll
dressers Association will be made
at the August meeting. The group
met at Shirley’s Beauty Salon in
Kennewick July 9.
If it's surplus—sell it! A Class
ified Ad win do the trick.
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‘ PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT of every lcind is brought to
every moving job by our trained Movmg Men. Packing
pads, corrugated paper, portable wardrobes, rubber tired
dollies, “reefer” handtrucks, packing materials, etc. Your
possessions enjoy a safe, protected ride.
In this enmity yo offer a complete moving
service, including: i. City-to-cny movmg vans covering
routes m the four Northwest states and northern Utah.
2. Local cartage for in-the-city moves, large or small.
3. . Safe storage of household goods. 4.. Packing, crating
and preparing household goods for shipment anywhere.
' PHONE FOR FREE ESTIMATE
Phones: Kennewick 1571 Pasco 800 '
319 AVENUE A
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