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hwy, December 7, 1939
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LARGEST and most complete stock
0‘ omistmas new ever in Ken
new!“ order while stock is com-
W‘ special prices to churches and
m organizations. Audey Hembree,
”2 ma Ave. East. 34-38 c
MAMINUTE and save a. 1119.
SM your car tested on the Wea
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“at; your five or dead horses
11l cows. Our truck will can every
.1- except Sunday, at Benton City,
”and, Pasco and Kennewick.
m 2161, at Grange Supply, Inc.,
(nee during hot weather before
[an American Products Company,
Hun- stfc
1 m INK—Small bottles with
Mentor tops. Renew your pads.
m courier-Reporter. 19tf
yoa. BALE—Horses and mules: good
ned farm machinery. Kenne
ak Implement Co. St!
103, suns—l 937 Studebaker De
Luxe sedan—will take livestock in
rule. E. A. Westermeyer, Mottin
get, Wash, or phone 2973. 36p
, R SALE—Ground sheep manure,
my quantity. H. S. Yamagami,
ennewick. 32-33 p t!
Also hay, mm, min and other
-.. produce for sale in season.
.. W. o. Muldrow, secy. Sunny
. . Inhation District, Benton City,
‘ II , I ' ‘Btfc
- “I'9 AND CAPS—Hats cleaned
and blocked 60c: caps cleaned 25c.
1..- .~ ...n Dye Works. phone one
< . three. Pasco. 32a
l o ' SALE—Small round oak heat
ing stove, cheap. Virgil Masters,
Columbia Avenue. 31tfc
.- SALE—Nearly new refrigera
.+ -‘ at big discount. Durocher’s
main Store. 28tt

YOU WILL FIND Just what you
want in high grade, new and used,
ture at Durocher’s Bargain
e, Kennewick, Wash. 37c
OBOIOE table carrots, rutabagas, 4
varieties, winter turnips and
wblehead squash. Will deliver in
ewick and Pasco. B. Kempe,
phone 32xa. 36p
SALE—Corn, sl7 per ton. C.
”it. McKeeman, South Highlands.
10R. SALE—Small, new pianos.
Prices right, easy terms, 25 free
lessons with each piano. Durocher
Bargain Store. 36tf
SALE—I good radio and a
lawn mower in good shape. 17
Third Avenue. Carl Moritz.- 36p
POULT 8— Some May
dates yet available 101' 1940 deliv
of Jupetz and Hamilton strains
broad-breasted, quickmturing,
winning Bronae turkeys. These
his will be hatched at Pasoo
. insuring poults unweaken
by shipment. DeMoss Turkey
Hermieton, Oregon. 37p
SALE—ReaI good furniture; 1
out buffet, 2 chest of drawers, 1
double bed, coil springs and
filled mattress; 2 stands. 1
table. Ed Selllck. telephone
. ' 34tfc
S—Cut. prices on pre
lnventory stocks. Paper roofing,
stun, $125 per roll of 108
feet. Many other bargains
sash and doors. Potlatch Yards,
Phone 241. . 3m
"'1“ O SALE—Having leased a
farm. stocked and equipped. I will
a closing out sale of dairy
'- --, hogs and farm machinery at
ranch 1,9 mile north and 2%
..I west of Franklin county court
on Tuesday, December 12, be
"'- '1 at 1 osclock sharp. Cattle—
"' ~' . y 4 years old, freshen Jan
"‘ 11: Guernsey, 5 years old, to
January 23; Gurensey 5
-' ‘ old, just fresh; Guernsey, 2
V- * old, milking, to freshen March
:Holstein, 4 years old, to freshen
"nary 24; Holstein, 5 years old,
'"Hz, freshen March 6: Holstein
Mrs old, milking, freshen May 6:
"vein, 8 years old. milking. fresh
" May 16. Hogs—l 9 head Chester
te weaners. very good. 1 Mc
' H ck-Deering two-way plow.
; l hay rack and iron wheeled
.011: 1 “Utah" steel ditcher; 1
EtOOth cultivator: 1 12-16 in. disc
ow; 20 to 25 board fence panels.
to 18 feet long; some small tools.
, cash. H. D. Deaver, owner.
-R. Gochnour. auctioneer: Alfred
on. clerk. 360
”‘7 Nizht Except Monday and
2nd and 4th Tuesdays
ds Sunday afternoon up to 12
Sears—QOC—adults 350
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39 Ford Tudor
38 Ford Tudor
36 Ford Sedan
35 Ford Sedan
35 Ford Coupe
37 Chevrolet Coupe
37 Chevrolet Sedan
36 Chevrolet Sedan
37 Plymouth Coupe
And many others not listed.
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FOR RENT —5 - room modern
house, with basement. A-l location.
Close in and close to school. Avail
able December 15. Lane K. Larson.
116 Benton Street, phone 491. 36p
FOR RENT Modem, furnished,
two-room apartment; water furn
ished; use of garage. $lO month. See
Laura Amon at Variety store. 36p
FOR RENT—Small steam-heated
furnish apartment, freshly reno
vated, priced reasonably. Commer
cial Hotel, phone 2561. 32th
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YOUNG WOMAN wants work, most
any kind. Will go home nights.
Inquire this office. _ 36p
WANTED Ten sheep. Charles
Lane, Finley. 36p
CARBON PAPER—Pencil or type
writer—by the sheet or box. The
Courier-Reporter. 19tf
WANTED—Pedigreed and feeder
pigs; alfalfa hay, good cow, elec
tric stove; winter apples, or what
have you in exchange for Hale
peaches and other choice fruit trees;
also grape vines, shrubbery, ever
greens, shade trees. Home Nursery,
Riohland. - 29 b!
BIG ENVELOPm—Frequently you
have need of a big, odd size heavy
envelope. You can buy them sing
ly. if you like, at The Gautier-Re
porter. We have a. large assort
ment. 1%:
iWANTED—Light team. Lee Bou
telle, West Highlands. Phone 2263,
Kennewick. . 35-361)
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also tape for cash registers. The
Remember a. Courier-Reporter Want
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or only a gew cents—whenever you
have something to rent, buy, sell,
trade—whenever you have a. mes
sage to put before rthe thousands of
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invitations and announcements
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uine copper engraved society sta
tionery. The Courier-Reporter. lst!
F. Peter Catches Hand
in Hay Cutter Tuesday
HIGHLANDS—hank Peter met
with a serious and painful acci
dent Tuesday when he was unfor
tunate enough to gouge his hand
into an elevated hay cutter. Altho
being very painful and badly swol
len, the doctor reports no bones
Mr; and Mrs. Ted Watkins en
tertained last Thursday, November
30 with a. “Good Ald Republican
Thanksgiving.dinner at their home
on the Highlands. Covers were laid
for Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Smalley and
family, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Pres
ton, Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Preston
and family, Miss Patty Higley and
the Watkins family.
Tea Is siccesstul
About 60 ladies attended the
Highland Women’s club meeting and
silver tea Friday at the Highland
clubhouse. After the business
meeting, a book review on Ethel
Vance’s book “Escape,” was given
by Mrs. Hill Williams of Pasco,
which was greatly enjoyed by all
Mrs. C. C. Doering is able to be
up and around again, after a week’s
Miss Mary Green, who has spent
the past three months at the J. E.
Mulkey home in Kennewick return
ed to her home on the Highlands
20th Anniversary _ _
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Baker and
children, Glen and Phyllis, came
from Prosser last Sunday to help
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Lape celebrate
their 20th wedding anniversary.
The Highland bridge club will
meet next Thursday, December 14th
for a 1:30 dessert lunch at the home
of Mrs. Bruce McLean.
Mr. and Mrs. Ted Watkins ac
companied by Miss Nina Townq,
spent Wednesday in Walla Walla.
Paul Pasche is rapidly improving
at his home, following a week’s ill
Mr. and Mrs. Dave Blair and two
children of Kahlotus spent Tues
day at the home or Mrs. Blaxr’s
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Boutelle.
Takes First Place
Miss Lulu Lampson of the Big!)-
]and 4-H club took first place in
Benton county on her year’s record
book . Miss Opal Watkins received
honorable mention. «
Hugh O’Neil, who spent the fall in
Yakima, has returned to the H. W.
Withers home where he will spend
the winter. '
Stanley Kelso has returned to
his home in -Walla Walla after
spending the fall here working in
the lettuce.
__ Aegepts Poqitiop
Word has been received that Miss
Lorraine Giles has accepted a po
sition with the “Fairness Parker
Dentists,” in Spokane. , .
Mrs. Powers and Mrs. Giles call
ed Tuesday alternoon on Mrs. Bur
iss, who has been quite sick.
Twenty-five truck drivers oi! a.
laundry firm in Charley, England,
have been trained as First Aid men
and are always on call for any acci
I At the Churches I
Regulu- servlceo'every Manda
sftcmoon It azsointhenuome
hall. Anyonemterutedmsttend
Divine Services Sunday at 11:00
am. -
Sunday School at 10:00 am.
Walther League meets for Bible
study Thursday at 8:00 p.m.
All children taking part in the
Christmas program will meet for re
hearsal at 2:30 pm. Sunday after
You are welcome.
Charles W. Croft. Minister
Sunday schol, 10 am.; Billy Mills,
Morning worship. 11 o’clock.
Young people’s meeting and jun
iors, 6:45 p.m.
Evening service. 7:30.
Mid-week prayer meeting. Wed
nesday evening, 7:30: cottages.
Recently returned from mission
ary service in Peru. Rev. and Mrs.
Ira Taylor will hold a service in the
local church on Wednesday evening.
December 13; they will have slides
showing the Peruvian work. In
the afternoon. they will meet with
the women’s foreign missionary so
ciety. _
Mrs. Roy Garner has been ap
pointed Christmas program chair
man by the church school board. of
which Billy Mills is new chairman
and Mrs. Chas Mills. secretary. Dec
orating committee chairman for the
Christmas will be Mrs. Croft. The
pastor is on 9. Northwest district
home missions tour with the district
superintendent, Besides singing in
a preachers’ quartet. he is preach
ing this week in The Dalles. Ore
gon; Moscow, Idaho. and Spokane.
Mrs. Croft and Ruthie are with Mrs.
Harper F. Edwards, wife of the Naz
arene pastor in Pomeroy.
Second and Auburn Streets
Rev. Carl E. L. lanky. Minister
Second Sunday in Arvent
Divine services at 11:15.
Sermon theme: Spirituality and
watchfulness, based on Luke 17:20-
gunday school at 10:15.
Confirmands Wednesdays at 4.
We take this early opportunity to
announce that our Sunday school
Christmas program will be given on
the evening of Christmas Day. Mon
day. December 15 at 8. ,
Evening servim every Sunddy
evening in Pasco, except December
Rev. Frederick A. §chl¢ll.i’ng, m.
“ Vicar
Sunday, December 10—
9:00 am. Church school. ‘
19:00 am. Divine worship. sermon
topic: “Thy Kingdom Come. Thy
Will Be Done."
Thursday, December 14—
700 p.m. Joint choir rehearsal at
the Church of Our Saviour. Pasco. ‘
1030 Morning wirship. Message
by Rev. J. s. Kirkman recently re
turned ~from West China.
12:15 potluck dinner in Judson
Hall. A
2:30 message by Mrs. Kirkman,
who has served as Missionary under
the China Inland Mission in China.
No evening service.
Everybody welcome to hear these
Missionaries tell of their experiences
in China and to meet them person
ally during the day. The China In
land Mission under which they work
is not a denominational Won so
of China and Gospel work there.
Wednesday evening mid-week ser
vice at 7:30 in church parlors.
A welcome awaits you in this
friendly church.
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Third and Benton St.
M. C. Knuth, pastor
Rollin B. fiolden. Pastor
Robert L. union. Minister
Church school 10 o'clock.
Mornlng worship. 11 o'clock.
Sermon. “Repatriating Spiritual
Epworth League. 6:30 o’clock.
Sermon. "Seven Modern Devils."
All our members and friends will
find inspiration. encouragement
and help in all of these educational
and worship services.
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R. M. Broadbooks, minister
The Church School meets at 9:30.
Mrs. Whitwer superintending.
Church service Sunday at 10:10 a.
m. “Christ’s message of Good Cheer”
will be the theme of the sermon.
The church invites all to come and
hear what this message of Christ is.
White Bluffs Com. Presbyterian
R. M. Broadbooks. minister
The church schol meets at 10:15.
Stanley A. Pemberton. superintend
ing. Mrs. Leander. primary superm
Church service at 11:20. Theme of
sermon. Christ‘s message of Good
Cheer. All are invited to come and
learn what this message is.
City Officials Are
Elected At Richland
RICHLAND—At the annual city
election held Tuesday the following
officers were elected: Mayor. two
term, Wm. N. Perry: councilman.
one year term. Phil Schireman and
Harold Willrnsen: councilman for
two year term. Frank Capehart and
George Gress. councilman three
year term. A. S. Murray: treasurer.
oneoyear term. Joe Thompson.
Former Resident Dies
Richland friends received word
this week of the death of l". P.
Booth in Spokane. December 1 at
the home of his daughter. Mr. Booth
has lived in Richland for the past
three years and has been in 111
health for the past several years. He
is survived by his widow. two daugh
ters and three sons.
The Ladies Foreign Missionary
society met Wednesday afternoon at
the home of Mrs. Roy Allen.
The infant son of Mr. and Mrs.
A. M. Trammel is seriously ill.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Pike of Nook
sack and their daughter. Mrs. Math
ers of Bellingham were visitors at
the Koehler and Hartung homes
this week.
Mr. Pike formerly operated the
Job: Dower Lumber yard in Rich
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hartung were
Walla Walla visitors Friday.
Mrs. Funk Lamb and daughter.
Betty Jane, of Mesa were visitors
Tuesday at the Alfred Draper home.
Mrs. Idabeli Hm is in Kennewick
this week at the home of her sister.
Mrs. Ray Reeder.
School m
The school will give a program at
the grate school auditorium Friday
night. It will be in the nature of
an amateur hour. The Kiddies are
working hard on the program and
itishoped thataiargecrowdwill
turn out (or the performance.
Pomona grange will meet at the
Yale grange hail Saturday. ‘
Ivan Yarington returned Monday
from Oregon, where he visited with
friends and relatives.
Marty Dmitruck. who has been
”working in Tacoma for the past
three months. returned to Richlandi
Monday. 1
Rev. and Mrs. Danials were visit
ors in Milton and Freewater Sunday
and Monday.
Mrs. A. L. Wynams and daughter
Louise and Bob Dixon of Walla
Walla were Sunday guests at the
C. A. Kinney home.
Woman's Club Party
The Richland Woman’s Club held
aChristmaspartyat thecluhrooms
Thursday afternoon. Roll call was
answered by a short Christmas
story and there was an exchange of
Mr. and Mrs. Debs Reinhardt of
Pasco were Sunday guests at the
J. C. Sheen home.
Wanda Reeder. daughter of Mr.
- ill at her home in Kennewlek.
Mr. and Mrs. Lauar Oldrlch of
Walla «Walla were week-end guests
at the home of Mr. and um. mn
cls Wetherall.
The Richland Woman's club ba
zaar and dinner whieh was held at
the club rooms Friday evening drew
a large crowd. The ladies took in
over sixty dollars.
has. Lucy Kluiesmier. who has
been visiting at the home of her
mother for the past two weeks re
turned Saturday to her home in
lielba. Idaho.
? llr. and llrs. R. 8. Stevens. who
were also guests at the home of Hrs.
Steven's mother. Mrs. Amanda
Briethaupt returned to their-homer
at flexinzie Bridge. Oregon. .
Hrs. Breithaupt aocompaniedl
them and will visit at the home oil
her daughter for the next two‘
Mrs. Earle Jones. Hrs. Harlan
Muncey and urs. Sydney Relton at
tended a dessert bridge luncheon on
Saturday afternoon given at the
Masonic hall in Kennewick by Mrs.
Ralph Reed. Mrs. Withers and Airs.
Taylor. _
The Richiimd high schooi boys’
basketball team played their first
conference game Friday evening
with Benton City in which they
came out with the long end of the
score. The second team also was
victorious over the Benton City":
second team.
Notice to Cit-Mull! to file Claims
In the Superior Court of the
State of Washington in and for
Benton Countv.
In th- matter of the estue of
Emma Thomas. deceased.
Notice is hereby given. that Let
ters Testamentary on the estate
of Emma Thomas. deceased. were
mated to the undersigned on the
22nd day of November. 1939. by the
said Superior Court.
All persons having claims against
said estate are required to serve
them with the necessary vouchers
unon us at the office of Moulton 5:
Powell. Kennewick. Washington.
within six months after the date
of the first publicstion of this no
tice. to-wit. within six months aft
er the ?th day of December. 1989.
and file the same with the clerk of
this court. eogether with proof of
such service. or they shsll be for
eveh honed.
Dated at Kennewick. Washington.
this 7th day of December. ms.
TED )1. roam.
. Realtors.
By Itouiton a Powell. Attorneys
for newton. 1227-21
Notice of Sale of County My
State of Washington. County of
Notice is hereby given. that in
swordnnce with on order hereto
fore entered on the 20th day of
November. 1939. by the Board or
County Commissioners of ssid
County. directing the sole of the
real property hereinafter described.
acquired by ssid county for delin
quent tuxes under to: foreclosure
suit and sale, I, the undersigned
County Treasurer of said county.
will. on the 15th dny of Member.
1939. commencing nt the hour of
10 o'clock um" and continuing un
sold day. unless the property here
inntter described dull sooner be
ty court house. in PM. in seid
the following detained my.
situeted in said county. and des
aibed as follows. to-wit:
1. White 31m Investment Co.’s
‘Town of White Blufls.Tmctdiess
2:50 sues. minimum sue price.
2. WV, NE: NE: NW. Section 32.
Twp. 14. Rec. 27. minimum sue
monsoon. .-
3.E1,§ BW“;nndexl.otua.
described us follows: Beginning ot
the NW corner of SE 88. Section
19. Township 9 North. Range as
aw; thence North 0 deg. 13 min.
Essti'lusmmesnsirtw; hence
thence North at deg. 18 min. West
in It; hence North 50 deg. 38
min. West 205.? it; thence North
thence Easterly to point of limin
ning. Section 19. Twp. 0. Res. 28.
minimum sue price mm.
to the ha: of on Drainage or Dik-|
"‘ sen suntan-w}? lot-mo I
That’s One of the Rules
Win first Gm
No. 1897
In; or sewerage district assessment:
or installments thereof not yet due
at time of sale.
The above property shall not be
sold {or less than the amount set
forth in column headed "Minimum
Bole Prlce” opposite each descrip
tion or property. If sold for cash.
a Treasurer’s Deed will be exc
cuted. I! sold on contract. the
terms thereof shall be 20 percent
cash and balance In ten equal an
nual Instsllments commencing Nov.
Ist next. with interest at stx per
cent on deterred payments. pay
able annually. All subsequent taxes
and assessments must be paid prior
to delinquency. Failure to make pay
[ments or to perform any of the
covenants of the contract tor-felts
some at the election of the vendor.
This contract may be psld in full
at any time plus accrued interest.
in which case a Treasurer's Deed
will be Executed. Property sold for
the sum of 850.00 or less must be
paid for in cash at the time or the
And notice is hereby {umber given
that. if necessary. I will adjoin said
sale to the same hours from day
to day by announcement made at
the time and place of said sale. or
at the time and place to which laid
sale may be adjourned.
Outed nt Prosser. Washington.
this 20th day of November. 1939.
County Treasurer of Benton
County. Washington.
By Ellen Bemdt. Deputy County
Treasurer 11:28-12?!
Kennewlck Irrigation District
Notice is hereby given that the
regular annual election of a member
at the Board of Directors oi the
Kennewick Irrigation District will
be held on the 12th day or Decem
ber. 1039.
The polls will be open at one o'-
clock in the afternoon and will be
cloned at 8 o'clock in the evening
and the polling place will be held
at the Highland clubhouee.
Given by order or the Boerd of
Directors. this an: day of Novem
ber. 1980. 34.3 mm. Secy.
Notlce of general electlon In the
Columblc Itrlntlcn chtrlct:
Notlce ls hereby elven thot the
main ennui election for the elec
tlon at a member of the board of
dlrecton or the Columble. much
Dletrlct wlll be held on the Blah
day at December. 1989.
The polls wlll be open at one o'-
clock In the oftcmoon and wlll close
at 8 o‘clock lo the evenlnc and the
ponlng phoe- wlll be no follow:
at w B. Poul-on.
In precinct No. 3 It the City hull.
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In precinct No. 3. at the My
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