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Oakley 'Purchases and Remodels Building WHITE BLUFFS—By an escrow agreement. J. M. Oakley this week purchased the old Heidemann build ing across from the White Bluffs Motor Company. and is repairing and remodeling it. The building is a two story frame. having a large store room covering the main part of the downstairs and nine rooms on the second floor. The property property was a part of the estate of the late Martin F. O'Brien. W. J. Jenkins this week further improved his already attractive home by a coat of asbestos shingles. C. Marc Miller of Seattle spent several days in the valley on busi ness connected with sales of land by Priest Rapids Development Com pany. of which he is treasurer. Probably twenty prospective pur chasers drove to Prosser May 4 to attend the tax foreclosure sale of county lands. but so far as we have been able to learn. no land was sold. At their regular meeting last Thursday. the Ladies Aid put on a Mothers’ Day program, which was greatly enjoyed by those present. A gift for the oldest mother in the party was given to Mrs. Ida Craig. Mrs. Charles English and small daughter, Judith Lee English, ar rived Tuesday from Seattle .for a short visit with Judith Lee’s grand ﬁgrhents, Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Eng- Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Walker of Seattle were guests from Friday to Sunday of Mr. Walker’s sister. Mrs. ﬁgph Houtrouw. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie A. Murray 01' Yakima spent Sunday in White Bluftfs and Haniord. Crews are busy in the soft fruit orchards, thinning apricots. One of the heaviest sets of fruit ever seen in the valley has made thinning Im perative. Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Chesley of Cheney arrived Wednesday for an extended visit with Mrs. Chesley’s sister, Mrs. E. Remlinger. _ ‘F. F._A. Project Tour On Saturday, Ma} maxi—the F. F. Before and After 0 Gradua tzon KEEP YOUR CLOTHES FRESH AND CLEAN THE' MONITE WAY! Your lovely graduation frock or new suit needs expert care! Trust them to the Ideal Cleaners to ' keep them in perfect con dition—your clothes will serve you longer! 0 MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION Deposits Insured up a 55.000 for Each Depositor O The FIRST NATIONAL BANK «....Eiscu A.. under the leadership of Dwight Henley. the Smith-Hughes teAcn er. are planning a project tour of all the different projects being carried on by the class. There are sheep, swine. poultry. potatoes and other projects, and a large turnout is hoped for. The boys in this class are doing splendid work, and a bit of appreciation for their efforts will help a lot. Fred Gilhu‘y ir. made a business trip to Yakima Tuesday. ' B. Salvini, president of the Board of Directors of the Priest Rapids Irrigation District and C. Marc Miller left Tuesday noon on a busi iness trip to Olympia. Mrs. Lawrence Hazelwood sr. of Spokane is visiting this week at the home of her son, Donald G. Hazel wood. J. C. Scott. former Project Man ager for the old State Land Settle ment. and now agricultural engineer for the Puget Sound Power 8; Light company. with headquarters at Se atlte, was in White Bluffs Thursday visiting with old friends. Mrs. L. A. Codding returned Tues day from Walla Walla, where she had been a patient in St. Mary’s hospital for the preceding week. Ormas Evett, second trick opera tor at the Priest Rapids Power Plant is on the sick list and his work is being done by the other two operators, Jos. Gitell and J. E. Mc- Cotter. ’ Junior Ralston is suffering with an infected-foot caused from a stone bruise. Lowell Miller is still confined to his home with a mild; attack of measles. Several cases are reported in White Bluffs and Hanford. South Pasadena. California Sensing a refusal to renew his con tract, the principal of the local jun ior high school whipped out a re volver and killed four associates on the Board of Education, then ran from the building to a nearby care teria. where he dangerously wound ed two women school employees. Cornered by police. he shot himself in the neck, probably fatally. Pupils ﬂeeing from the scholo had narrow escapes. Exclusive Scientific Process Used to Protect Your Clothes This means extra attention will be given to pleats and tucks in dresses, creases in suits. Colors are restored to their originaL beauty. Gar ments are fitted to exact , measurements. You’ll be sat » isfied in every way. It pays - to send your clothes to . . . kleal Cleaners Phone 12411 Kennewick Without Your Bank... Your Community is Like A Body Without a Heart Your body in order to keep alive must have fuel—food—to keep the. heart functioning. When inactive or dormant, less food is required. Periods o's Great" Activity in business frequently require' more fuel-4cm porary capital—to keep the business blood stream running smoothly and in order that the demands for goods may be suppied. i I At such times your bank becomes the :’ heart of your community and its most important center. magma] _Runs angel: New Machinery to Be Used in Pea Harvest BENTON CITY—Pat Garraghan, field manager for the Hershey Packing Corporation of Seattle. was a Thursday and Friday Visitor here, bringing over a truck load of viner machinery preparatory to the har vesting of the green pea crop. which is expected to begin the latter part of the month. The cool weather has somewhat retarded the growth of this new crop. but growers report a good stand, which is now coming into full bloom. Garraghan has returned to the coast and will bring over more machinery. The company expects to operate three viners this season. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Troupe. Mr. and Mrs. Sid Blakley and daughter. Jeannie. were Coulee Dam visitors Sunday. Students in the five upper grades and the high school with their in structors attended the annual May Fete Friday in Prosser. Mrs. Susannah Hartman, Miss Helen Hopkins and their pupils remained at school. At the track meet Kiona- Benton placed third, eleven schools participating. Bobby Johanson won individual honors with 13% points. He placed first in high jump and broad jumps, second in 75 yard dash and ran on the relay team that plac ed fourth. The junior class entertained the seniors Thursday evening at a theatre party in Pasco followed by refreshments and dancing at the Arrow Grill in Kennewick. Ac companying the group were Supt. and Mrs. M. W. 3001), Mrs. Mar garet Chitwood and Miss Evelyn Moore of the high schol faculty. Members Wm Costumes. The Kiona-Benton Women’s Im provement Club met Thursday aft ernoon with Mrs. M. W. Roop. Mrs. J. 0. Howard was the assisting host ess. Taking part in the music pro gram arranged by Mrs. Hoop, the program leader. were Mrs. John Burliss in costume of the gay nine ties, Helen Acord in Colonial dress, Marjorie Grending and Mrs. Roop. Mrs. Harry Troupe won the prize in agnsicalguessincgame.“ _ The next meeting. May 16. will be a one o'clock luncheon at the home of Mrs. John Burliss in lKona. Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Henson and Mrs. J. E. Druen of Klona were in Pasco Thursday to attend the fun eral services for Mrs. Otto Emmer of Eltopia. Twenty seven attended the High land Ladies club Thursday after noon at the home of Mrs. C. E. Morgan. Mrs. Roy Henson and Mrs. Everett Asher were assisting host esses. Mrs. Morgan was program leader and in observance of music week had arranged a musical pro gram. The meeting May 16 will be with Mrs. Floyd Van De Venter. Mrs. C. E. Morgan and Mrs. Frank Dvorak will be co-hostesses and Mrs. Orval Montgomery program leader. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Kendall of Wenatchee were Saturday night and Sunday guests of Olaud's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kendall. Locust Grove Men Are Taking Eastern Trip 1400081? GROVE—R. K. Buford left Tuesday morning for the east. where he will take delivery of O I" car. M. Simmelink accompanied him. The men will go on to New York state. where they will visit relatives. and to Washington D. 0.. where they will be with Claude Tal ley, a former Horse Heaven reel dent, and will return by way of St. Louis and Salt Lake City. They plan on a three weeke’ trip. Gene Satford. the small son or Mr. and Mrs. Eilrie Buford. is m!- fering with an attack of measles. Mrs. M. Simmelink. Ruth. Neil and Fred Simmeiink were Yakima. visitors Thursday. In the evening Mrs. Simeunk attended the Sixth District ‘American Legion Auxiliary conference in Sunnyside. Community Picnic .. Tentative plans tor a community picnic are being-planned by the LO - Grove Home Circle to enter tain the husbands and families of the members. Date and other par ticulars will be arranged and brot to the attention of the members and friends later. __ . ﬁfaifd'ﬁrs. M. Simmelink at- 3H3 KENNEWICK, (WASHtLCOURIER-REPORTER Any oil-change helps 'youthify' your engine...hut' not like this . change to OIL-PLATING " Youchangetoanonrmmenginebychang. ing to Conoco Germ Processed oil—patented. It gosinlikeanyoilandispricedaslowas many. But a 003 th extra mgrediult—created 7 in the laboratory—technically described in the Patent W this oil to couple up direct to inner engine aux-fame. The connec _ tion is as close as that of any plating on your ’ car. A plating is not in the habit of getting 1 wiped away at speed, or of draining down at a ‘ standstill, and so that all goes for ommrmc. € ‘ couoco GERM “Mafia? on V i , Gene Autry. who stars in "South of the Border,” now playing at the Roxy Theatre. tended the funeral of the late James LeVan in Walla Walla on Saturday. Mr. LeVan was an army pal of Mr. Simmelinks. Locust grove grange met Saturday evening at the local hall. A special Mother’s Day program and refresh ments were the order of the meeting besides the regular business meet ing. Robert Stmmelink was taken in as a new member of the order. Love ly carnation corsages were present ed to all mothers. 7 } Mr. and Mrs. M. v. Heberlein .made a trip to Walla Walla Friday iwhere they called at the St. Mary's ‘hospital to bring Mrs. Heberlein’s sister, Mrs. Irma Godding to Kan newick, where she will recuperate from an operation. Mrs. Codding lives in White Bluffs. Mr. and Mrs. M. V. Heberlein en tertained with a birthday dinner honoring Tom Utz on Sunday. Guests included the R. K. Safford. Dwayne McNaui and Uta (amines. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Babcock and Miss May Mclnturff. ' Mr. and Mrs. Jack Dennis have moved from their Horse Heaven home on Fourth Avenue: ,9" W Walter Edwards, a student at W. 8. 0., who spent the week-end in the hills. returned to Pullman Sunday evening. Due to an accident. which occurred at Washtucna on his way home on Friday, Walter's car was quite badly damaged and was laid up in the local garage. His parents took him to Pullman and returned Monday. Mr. and Mrs. James Anderson of Touchet were Sunday visitors at the home of Mrs. Clara Root. Mr. 'sric'i Mrs. Heﬁry' Smith were Wgya Walla 3133913 pgturday. Mrs. Hans Smith of Prosseiwas a Friday visitor at the home oi her son, Henry Smith. Mildred Reese. a senior in the lo cal high school. was a leprechaun of the local school. who visited the Whitman College in Walla Walla over the weekend. Mrs. Elvin I.3an was mt hostess for the Pink and Green club at the home 0! Mrs. M. V. Heberlein on Thursday. Robert Simmeiink and Donald Larkin attended the May Fete in Prosser Friday. Many of the local Odd Fellows and Rebekahs attended the Odd Fellow dance in Pasco Wednesday evening. Book Reviews Given at Economics Club I WESTERN HORSE HEAVEN—- Two book reviews were presented in a most interesting manner by Mrs. Ada Tyacke at the meeting Wednes day of the 3-H club. The books] were “The Homemaker" and “Thel Squirrel Cage‘ b'y Dorothy Can field Fisher. A short biography of the author was given by Mrs. Irvin Fbuch. Hostesses were Mrs. E. H. Mcßee and Mrs. Maurice Mcßee. There were 12 members present. The new yearbooks were presented also at this time. The next meeting will be June 5 at the Anderson home. ew Mexico will be the roll call subject. It is planned to have s cake baking demonstration. Mrs. z. Pemult spent last week at the Pruden hospital. where she ‘is taking treatments for est pois oning. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Momn left last week by train for the east. 1 where they will purchase a truck. ; Mrs. Ada Tyacke and Mrs. '01:)! 3 Travis were guests Sammy at Mrs. Eric Cooper. George Goudie at Calgary. Cen adai visited last week at the E. a. Mcßee home. Other guests ceiling were Mr. and Mrs. Wsrren Wright. Mr. and Mrs. Austin Shame. Mr. and Mrs] McCalley and grand daughter. Peggy Joyce. all of Pros ser. Mrs. Hans Smith and son Elmer were visitors may at the Henry Smith and Guy Travis homes. At the meeting of the local stance Saturday mt. two mem bers were reinstated. John Bm sonwaselectedtofmtheoftieeot ghtiekeeper. Announcement m madethatthhadheenmbythe granaelntheuazlsmrconm. The local organization will enter tain Pomona my 10. Cinnamon rolls. made from stance ﬂour. and coffee were served by Mn. Prank Smith and am. Eric Cooper. ur. and Mn. metald Billiman and family oi Kennewick were the maSundayolur.aners.D.L. Henson. Mr. and In. [teary ‘Smlth and chﬂdxen visited Sunday evening at the Guy Travis home. Merle my W spent the week-end at the Hush Ben home. Number One S tep saver. Anything you need is as near as your telephone! It’s there a lways for any emergency. And it is convenient in summer to save your energy by doing necessary shopping by telephone! Remem ber, too, that your telephone is the best servant you can have . . . . and the most economical! Special [ow Rates On Extention Phones Kennewnck Valley Telephone Company —-—-—'——* Mmmmmww or mwithGerumca-adoﬂinmwkm mommmmmmwtoiuwp' mostpointineadlcylindC—Wupw iuiobwhenmﬁdoﬂ-ﬂmm"b°°mlm awmﬁﬁlmmindmwm‘m Wﬁmcmddiﬁmymﬁw mm...drain-Pl°°‘-°" ﬁxed mmthemw“ww° mwmwmmwﬁﬂm“ helps to keep ué “1° 1"“ °f ”u Gem Proceasadoil. Evenintnoldawmi“ mmymymindyonof“tbﬁmwt’ Change—w Your Milease W“ W station—today. 0006 mm Oil Company ____———’-_g7 Thursday. May 9. IMO I Methodist Now BMW Atlantic Cm'. N. .I»me the completion of a Council of Bishops. the ﬁrst zvlwml conference of the United Methodist church brought. mm one organization the Metho dist Episcopal church. the Memo dm Episcopal Church South, and the Methodm Protestant church. “rmmmsswwsrzzza‘ WW I?st at Chicago tram July 23 to 29.