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My. December 21, 1939.
____—-_—— dﬁﬁ inns-1c per word not insertion—minimum, also. If prepaid. ﬁve times tn- the price or tour. m For Sale “II“!“I WEST and most complete stock of mums trees ever in Ken -39'1- order while stock is com ’l’“ special pricw to churches and ”a mganizamons. Audey Hembree, 313 Third Ave. East. 34-38 c ‘m BALE—A few large Christmas was suitable for churches at spe w price; also silvered trees on you order. Audie Hembree, 312 ad Ave., E. 37-38 c Wow manners co. m your ﬁve or deed horses “m our truck will call every b!- m Sunday. at. Bentoncny. ”no, Pasco and Kenniwick. m 2181. at Grange Supply, Inc., .g awe during hot weather before “In. American Products Company. m “to ff . arm INK—Small bottles with Mum!- taps. Renew your pads. DI Comer-Reporter. ' 19tf ’_'f pa SALE—Horses and mules; good ..:! farm machinery. Kenne wg unplement Co. 81:! "£3sm I'j_ARMB FOR SALE— my, com, gram and other .'- poduce for sale in season. in W. G. Muldrow. secy. Sunny “ mutton District. Benton cm, W “3“" In: AND CAPS—Hats cleaned ml blocked 60c: caps cleaned 25c. m Dye Works. phone one m Pasco. 32:1 in SALE—Nearly new refrigera pgt big discount. Durocher's mm. 28’“ im SALE—Stayman Winesap and Mp apples. Phone 386, Nat m 37-38 p m BALE—Small, new pianos. one; right, easy terms, 25 free munch each piano. Durocher store. set: m THE PERSON who borrowed the walking plow from the Haste nice about December 1 please re turn it soon? 38p ROLLER SKATING Inn Night Except Monday and 2nd and 4th Tuesdays Kids Sunday afternoon up to 12 years—zoo—adults 35c Columbia Skating Rink 0!!! Wash. Mme, Kennewick USED CAR BARGAINS - Our Christmas present to you until 12 p.m., December 24, 1939 FREE 1940 LICENSE on any of our used cars. my «$115333; listed.‘ ""'" WE can Sm. You Mom ”ix; on ﬁnancing costs ; ASkAboutGß‘mM-Imm mum ,‘M . " Kennewick Auto Co. SALES Phone 100 883 V!“ SPECIAL REDUCTION ON anourstockotonheeten. rein:- erators now in stock. Set of dishes free with each purchase. Two beau tiful Christmas presents for the home for less than the price of one. Budget terms may be arranged. Raymond’s. 36“ FOR SALE—Good plump Rhode Island Red Hens, live or dressed, delivered. Earl Johns, Rt. 1, phone 2473, Kennewick. . 3'l-38p PLANT ARTICHO- now! Seed two dollars a sack at Freeman’s ranch. Yield twenty tons. Hogs dig them. Better hog feed than cooked potatoes. Hay or grain taken in ex change. Home Nursery” Richland, Washington. 37-39 c SPEND A MINUTE and ave n me. Have your car tested on the Wet n: Safety Lune It 8. O. Smith Mo m Co. 141:! SPECIAL—I93S Studebaker Coupe, book value $345, now reduced to clear at $265. C. H. Yedica Motors, Kennewick. 38p Hankies Lovely Gift Low Priced! We have a nice line—any one of which she’d like to have. Singly or by thg box SWEATERS A nice Assortment to Choose From Dress Accessories Beads, Pins, Brooches, Ties, Chiffon Hankies to match her costume. . . . . Be sure to ask for a ticket on our SPECIAL CHRISTMAS GIFT. Beautiful Longerie Pretty, new, intimate underthings every woman wants. You will be sure to please her with this kind of gift. Many suggestions at a wide range of prices. LADY LURE 1938 Chev. Sedan. 1938 Ford Tudor 1937 Ford Tudor. , 1937 Plymouth Sedan. 1936 Stude Sedan. Come to a LA D Y L URE’S 3 o . I for Her szt of thtß! 2 Let us help you find the gift she . will like best—we know What she a wants and can show you many . \ appropriate items. , B GIFT FOR. A BE'I'I'ER LAWN, spread one sack shell Marl on 50x40 ft. square now. No odor. no weeds, no mess on lawn all winter. Also fine for pot ted house plants and ﬂowers. Marl will not burn your plants nor lawn. Use it also on your roses, shrubs. bulbs and your garden early next spring. You will be delighted. Price one dollar per sack delivered with in the city. Order from H. Krack, 114 East First Ave. or leave orders at this office if more convenient. tr FOR RENT—Modern furnished cot taage, hot and cold water, inside toilet, community laundry room, garage. Rates reasonable. Columbia River View Cabins, River Road. 38;) FOR RENT—54mm modern house with basement, A-1 location, close in and close to school. Available now. Dane K. Larson, 116 Benton St., phone 491. " Illllllm Wabtcd 7 lﬂlllllﬂ WANTED Alfalfa hay, electric stove, winter apples or what have you in exchange? Hale peaches and other choice fruit trees; also grape vines, shrubbery. evergreens and shade trees. Home Nursery, Rich land. 37tfc W.S.C. Students Visit Over Holidays at Home ROVER—Miss Marga-rent McCoy. who is attending W.S.C. this year, arrived home for Christmas vaca tion on Tuesday. Mrs. William Mills and infant daughter, Karen Louise came home from the Pasco hospital Sunday. Dick Smith is working on the Carl Deffenbaugh ranch this week. Mrs. Carl Evans spent several days in Walla Walla last week. Stubb Smith is visiting his mother in Hollywood, California. Mrs. Jewell Slaybaugih spent sev eral days in Kennewick last week. The Christmas program will be given at the church Christmas Eve. December 24. _ Reverend and Mrs. Schwenke were guests at the J. E. Cochran home Sunday. ' Scarlet Fever Victim ‘ Adelle Slaybaugh is in quaran tine for scarlet fever at the home of her grandmother, Mrs. C. E. Meyer on the Highlands. The Townsend Club of Hover will hold a potluck dinner at their meet ing on January 3. _ Stockings that fit “You” Now you can enjoy perfect leg-grooming and know that this important 1A at your costume is correct. Rollins proportioned stockings look better and wear better. k ”ZN 51?!!! a" A Beautiful New A Personal Gift Nothing will delight her quite so much as a lovely housecoat! It's practical, inexpensive, sure to be appreciated. Watch her eyes sparkle as she opens this beau tifully wrapped Christmas pm ent. THE KENNEWICK (WASH.) COURIER-REPORTER Bells Spend Holidays Visiting in Texas RICHLAND—Mr. and Mrs. Rex Bell left the first of the week for TeXas, where they will spend the next two weeks visiting relatives. Mrs Bob Marsh 01 Longview. is teaching Mrs. Bell's class of first graders during her absence. Mr. and Mrs. Sam McMahon and Mrs. Julia. Clements were dinner guests Sunday at the Earle Jones home. - Dave Allen was taken to the Vet eran's Hospital at. Walla. Walla. on Monday by Vic Nelson. Mr. and Mrs. A. 8. Murray are planning on spending the Christ mas holidays at the home of their daughter and son-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Donald West at Wenatchee. Mrs. Edwin Peddicord and daugh ters, who have been confined to their home during the daughter’s illnws of scarlet fever. are now able to be out again. River View Wins The Richland bois basketball team lost their conference game Friday night which was played in Richland with River View. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hartung were Yakima. visitors Saturday. Lyman Carlson, Meda Fletcher. Mary Cheyne and Romaine Ray hill, students at the Eastern College of Education at Cheney. are spend ing their Christmas vacation at the home of their parents. The Jolly Helpers club met this afternoon at the home of Mrs. Harry Dillon for their Christmas party. Mrs. Marie Johnson and son. Dale. are visiting at the home of Mrs. Johnson’s sister, Mrs. Allen Bill ington at Castle Rock. Mr. and Mrs. Jewell Slaybaugh were Walla Walla visitors Saturday. W. Schubent .from California is visiting his brother, Austle Schubert and family. . CHARLES URIAH GIBFORD I Charles Uriah Gibford, resident of Kennewick for the past two years. passed away December 16 at the age of 66. He was born at Colfax. lowa and came west to Ritzville. Wash ingtonin 1901,wherehewasacon tractor and carpenter. He was a well-known and respected resident of the Hutton district for years. Leaving Hutton, Mr. Gibford lived for a few years in Alberta Canada. returning to his old home in Button 13 years ago. After traveling for a . year he settled at Kennewick, where 'he has lived until his death. He is survived by his wife, Cora; two daughters. Mrs. Mabel Johnson 'of Hatton and Mrs. Lulu Thurston Lof Kennewick; six grand children and one great-grand child; three gsisters, Mrs. Ella Evans of Arcadia. iCalifornla.:'Mrs. Dell Evans. Los An ‘geles and Mrs. Maude Brown of Newton, Iowa; two brothers, Wil liam L. and Frank H. Gibford of Spokane. - Funeral services were held from the Mueller Funeral Home this aft ernoon at 1::30. .The body will be' shipped to Spokane for cremation. ' IE Spring-Filled Mattresses Phone 2561 Students Home One cl: The Greatest of Giﬂs Make Your Home Cheerful With Some Useful Gifts That Are Always Appreciated Finished and Unfinished Desks DUROCHER’S BARGAIN STORE Pioneer Woman Dies at Hospital, Result of Fall Funeral services were held Sun day afternoon for another of Ken newick's beloved pioneers. Mrs. El len J. Williams. Ellen J. Williams was born Jan uary 25. 1853 at Independence. :10. In 1872 she was married to Robert V. Williams and to their union was born five children. She Joined the Presbyterian church while young and was a faithful member tori many years. _ 1 Following her hwband‘s death the family moved west. settling in Ken newick in 1902 at which time Mrs. Williams and her son. Carl. took up homesteadins. She had made Ken newick her home with the exception of the twelve years she lived in Riv erside. California. After the death of her son. Guey. three years ago. she came to Kennewick to make her home with her son. Carl Wil liams. She passed away Saturday morn ing at the Pasco hospital as the re sult of injuries caused by a fall a few weeks previous. Funeral services were held from the Mueller Funeral Home with the Rev. Dr. R. L. La Mott officiating. Surviving her are one daughter. Mrs. Alta Perkins of mmnce. Kan sas; one son. Carl. of Kennewick: a brother, Joe Pallette. Odessa, Miso souri; four grand children, Dor ene Greenamyer. Long Beach. Ca!- ifornia; Isabel Small. aPsco: Rob ent A. Williams. Davenport and Ar lene Williams. Kennewick. Interment was made in the River view Heights cemetery. SLEEPMASTER NEW FURNITURE Come and see our stock. For Vale Grange Hall RICHLAND Regular Dance Sat. Night, Dec. 23 Christmas Day Dance, Mon” Dec. 25 and a‘ Big New Years Party . ON DECEMBER 3lst ' A good time at all these dances Good Music ‘ . Everybody Come HOLIDAY DANCE DA TES Everything in Furniture IP 10 KE D U P AROUNDJ‘Q‘LN “You my not lye-quick on the up take 1: you think twice before you speak.” an Curran Chems. “but at least you are using your head.” According to Kit Gifford. a wo man will are n man's pay-envelope and his (ﬁends. but she mines to absorb his back-tut. “Experience Isn‘t such a good teacher.” insists John Neumon. “if youhavetospendanyom' timeon the some lemon.” “Overheard someone say short skirts are sensible.” remarks Jun Backus. “so watch them get long er.” Was if may just a couple of years no that Italy put a ban on apart and crime news appearing in their papers. asks Floyd Huley? O. S. Quillen ' New and Used CARS AND TRUCKS See me for mule dull. m Con. m m m Phone: Ofﬁce 01 Kennewick “Is it better to wear tight skirt; and not be able to cross your legs." uh Glenn Pelmn "or short. one: and not due to cross ’om?" New KIMBAL and WHIT N E Y PIAN OS NOW IN STOCK Prices and Tom- to In“ WeAhollnvenFewUleGOnu DUROCHER’S BARGAIN STORE Kennewick Washington NEW. LOWER BOUND-TRIP FMS FOR THE HOLIDAYS The a. P. a; B. By. wlll sell round trlp tlckeu dolly. December 15 to January 1.3001 for return until Jen nary a. mu: stopovers. to many polnu ln Wn.-mm. Oregon. Ide ;no end Onlltornln. For example: Portland 86.15. We “.00. good ‘ln coaches. In sleeplnc can pro portlonelly low area. plus berth “23m wlll be supplied on re “ I Spokane. mm a smug By. L. ’mnton. mm. Kennewlok. Wuh. ADv.— 12mm smummmm No. 18” In the Superior Court or the mate of mm 1n and for Bantu; Cunt}. -__ ‘ _ _ In the waiter of the estate of cum: Thoma. «outed. Notice is hereby given. that Lot tera mammary on the estate of Emma mom”. deceased. were granted to the undersigned on the 22nd day of November. 1939. by the aid Superior Owl-t. All persons having claims against said estate are required to nerve them with the neceuary voucher: upon us at the office of Moultcn at Pom-ii. Kennewick. Washington. within six months after the date of the first publication of this no tice. to-vit. within six month: aft er the 7th day of December. 1989. and file the same with the clerk of this court. together with proof of such service. or they eheii be for ever barred. Dated at Kennewick. Waitington. this 7th day of December. me. A P. BROWN. no It. mu. Milton. 3y nouns: a Men. Attorneys for mm. 12:7-21 Business and Professional DIR ECTO RY BENTON COUNTY Abstract & Title Co. PRICES non MOMMIIM DR. C. BRUNN 01mm: PHYSICIAN Ofﬁce gt Balance m Ave. A Phone us: C. L. HO‘DCOMB Lawyer NOTARY PUBLIC Otﬂoe Am. seem-m swan. all”. All!“ Eye Examinations. on. mm a. cum. 0... n. Moe lilac. unoo R. L. LUNDY Chiropractor omoe In Bank Baum 322. Phone 2071 Reg, 332 Moulton 8: Powell LAW OFFICE Drflce over First Noam! Bunk MUELLER FUNERAL DIRECTORS Been-ed lot-ackn- Luly Am: GRAPE]. ACCOIODA'I'IONI Phones 2201 2202 DR. A. H. WEGNER DENTIST Ottloe ‘Delephone Building fomcePhoneml as.“ 7