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. AND CAPS—Hats cleaned
’ 606; caps cleaned 25¢.
a ~ Dye Works, phone one-
Pasco. 32a
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’ w, 0011!. grain and other
peace for sale in season. See
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'c‘. mulch Benton City,
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w, good land, alfalfa, aspar
prden. 8006 water; 1/2 mile
~1! Benton City. Immediate
’ . msale.W.A.DeField. 21p
' Business and
Professional
DIRECTORY
BENTON COUNTY
Aha-act & Title Go.
mans mam
M 8m Bank Buildinx
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C. L. HOLCOMB
Lawxer
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omee Am. Security Building
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Eye Examinations
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, R. L. LUNDY
i Chiropractor
muce in Bank Building.
name 2071 Res. 262
? Moulton & Powell
1 LAW OFFICE
flee over First National Bank
IUELLER FUNERAL
DIRECTORS
licensed Morticians
1M: Attendant
MEL ACCOMODATIONS
Phones 2201 .2202
”R. A. H. WEGNER
DENTIST
Office Telephone Building
"In Phone 2021 Res. 2022
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m POP- Experienced Potato Hand Signed Up
USED CARS
LIFE TIME
GUARANTEE
39 Chev Coupe
37 Chev Coach
37 Chev Sedan
33 Chev Coach
30 Chev Sedan
34 Chev 11/z-ton Truck
37 Ford Pickup
34 Plymouth Sedan
36 Ford Sedan
37 International Pickup
35 Studebaker Sedan
36 Dodge Pickup
30 Franklin Coupe -
34 Ford Sedan
33 Dodge Coupe
34 Ford 1% ton truck
30 Hupmobile Sedan
29 Ford Pickup
37 GMC Pickup
35 Ford Coach
Kennewick Auto
Co.
Your Chevrolet' Dealer
PHONE 100
FOR SALE—Lawn mower, sharpen
ing, better than new. Machine
ground. Columbia Electric Co. 51ti
APRICOIS FOR SALE—SOc per box
in your box. 1 mile south of high
school. F. P. Peter. Kennewick,
Washington. 15-19 p
FOR SALE—Rabuilt watches in good
running order. Guaranveed and
reasonably priced. Julius Jacot, 122
West 2nd Avenue, Kennewiok. 15-19 p
WALL PAPER CLEANING, 50c per
room and up. Paperhan‘ging rea
sonable, phone 1721. t!
FOR SALE—Third cutting alfalfa
hay $7.00 in shock. Harry Axtell,
South Highlands. 18-19 p
FOR SALE—Weaned pigs, $2.50 to
$3.00 each. W. H. Jackson, one
mile west of Safeway store, Pasco,
phone 214-M. 19m:
BARTLETT FEARS FOR. SALE—
aJso Hale and Elberta Peaches.
Mrs. Bertha. Simsen, Highlands,
Kennewick. -. 19-20 c
Dr. H. N. Harmon .
Dentist '
DENTAL PLATES A SPECIALTY
Call and discuss your dental troubles with me
NO CHARGE FOR EXALMINATIONS
Office noun:
9-12 1-5
Evenings by Appointment
Phone 2092
WITH A
times for the price of tour.
FOR SALE—No. 1 Bartlett pears
for canning. Call afternoons. Wm.
Hansen, So. West Highlands. 19-20 p
FOR SALE—Redelbert-a peaches—
now ripe; Gold Medals rips about
August 20. Lee Boutelle, phone
2263. ‘ 19p
SEE GARNAHAIN for tree ripened
peaches rfor canning. Several var
ities. Get your order in now. 199
FOR SALE—Small electric range,
suitable for apartment, very rea
sonable. Mrs. Ethel DuSuier, 523
Ave. A, phone 611. 19c
FOR SALE Tree ripened Hale
peaches for canning. H. S. Schmldt
River Road, phone 2101. 19-20 p
FOR SALE—Tree-ri-pened El'berta.
peaches, 50c per apple box. Will
be ready in a few days. Get your
order in now. Will deliver in town.
Paul Pasche; Highlands, phone
2762. *
| The entry of Italy into the war
but off from this country exports
to the amount of $58,863,000 in 1939.
mus represented 2 percent of our
_ptal exports.
11111111 l Miscellaneous 1111111 l
BUILD A SMALL HOME! unly 5%
equity required. Chas. Spears, at
Standard Lumber 00. 4t:
11" YOU find that you need some
more mime, better come down to
the Potlatch Yard m. We
have some good six-inch flume
that we are selling for $26 per thous
and. We have many other specials
in building materials on hand at
all times. See us for anything in
this line, as we on save you money
in nearly every instance. it!
WE HAVE 9. large supply of bed
room sets as well as living and
dining room sets at surprisingly low
prices. See us now. You will be hap
py to know how litlte it will cost to
furnish your home. Dumcher’s
Furniture, Kennewick. 16tfc
IF YOU are looking for a. refriger
ator, you will be surprised when
you see the new Crosley 8-ft. Shelv
ador, most; complete and modern,
now selling for only $169.95. Duroch
ers Furniture, Kennewlck. 16tfc
SPEND A MINUTE and safe a life.
Have your car tested on the Wea
ver Safety Lane at E. C. Smith Mo
tor Co. 14“
L. W. CLARK, livestock buyer will
buy your milk cows. Would buy
entire herd if you are quitting bus
iness. Need 20 Guernseys or Jer
seys now and 7 Holsteins. Call me
at Yakima, Route 7, phone 9232. 3tfc
LOST—Pair of glasses in black
case some Where on Kennewick
Avenue. Return to Monrford Fyrfe,
Kennewiok. a 18-19 c
Kennewlck, Wash.
4 Washington 81:.
Over Western Auto 00.
, 7 m was ($5878) COURIER-REPORTER
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WANTED—To _ buy heuerg from
weaners up; also horses and wean
ing pigs for sale. Jens Lande 8: Sons.
5 miles southeast Kennewick. 9p“
WANTED—Carpenter or remodel
work. Phone 2642, or see A. A.
Dunn at Fred Sands, Rt. 1 17-2lp
WANTED—To buy fresh milch cows.
Farmers Exchange. 18-19 c
WANTED—OId quilts or blankets.
Will give 25c per article. Harry
Higley, phone 2382. 19-20 p
WANTED—A low wheel one-horse
wagon. Glenn Felton. 19p
WANTED TO BUY—Z—wheel trail
er or will trade Model T coach for
one. Inquire this office. mfc
WANTED TO RENT—3 or 4-room
house, close in. Milford Emsley,
Box 97, Kennewick. 19-20 p
i At The Churches I
UNITY CLASS
No more meetings will be held
until September, when the regular
Monday afternoon services will be
resumed.
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Rollin B. Holden, Pastor
10:30 Morning worship service. Mes
sage by Mr. J. C. McKinley of Byron
Wash.
No evening service.
Wednesday evening at 8:00 mid
week service with study of the book
of Revelation. This service in the
basement chapel of the church.
The pastor has been voted 9. four
weeks vacation and Mr. McKinley
will preach each Sunday morning
during August. ,
You will find a welcome in this
house of God any time. “The Bible
as it is for men as they are."
FIRST ENGLISH LUTHERAN
Second and Auburn Streets
Rev. Carl E. L. Lucky. Minister
Twelfth Sunday After Trinity
Divine Service at 11:15.
Sermon (theme: “A Blind Man
Sees the Light.”
Sunday School at 10:15.
Immediately after services on this
Sunday (August 11th) the Congre
gation and. the Sunday School will
proceed to Volunteer {Park in Pasco
(across (from the court house.) The
Ladies’ Aid will particulanly enter-
SEA RS’
Representative in the
Pasco-Kennewick
District
Ray
Matthews
PHONE
Kennewick 593
SHOP
and
SAVE
at
SEARS
sunsnueaucn AND no
-Good! Muley Can Start Right in Using It
tam the Sunday school on this oc
casion. All Sunday school children
should be sure to be in church on
this Sunday. Those not having rides
will be taken care of.
CHRISTIAN CHURCH
Comer Third and Washington
J. A. Pine, Minister
Bible school, 10 am.
Morning worship. 11 am.
Sermon theme. Paul's Outline ad
Christian Service.
Christian Endeavor, 7 pm.
Evening worship, 8 .pm.
Sermon theme, “Lesson from the
Prophet Hosea.”
CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE
Sunday Bible School at 10 am.,
Wm. Mills, superintendent.
Morning worship at 11 am. Sub
ject, “Qualification out a Preacher."
Young Peoples Service at 7:15
pm. Prayer and Juniors at same
hour.’
Evangelistic Service at 8 pm. Sub
ject, “The Vindication of Devine
Justice on the Judgment of Man.”
Monday, 8 pm. The Northwest
Nazarene College Quartette, accom
panied .by Dr. Delong President of
the College.
Mid-week Prayer Wednesday at
8 pm.
BETHLEHEM LUTHERAN
Third and Benton St.
M. C. Kauth, pastor
Divine servicm' Sunday at 10:30
am.
Sunday schol at 9:30.
The Walther League will resume
activities in September. ‘
You are cordially invited to our
servicese.
Benton City Folk
Visiting in Idaho
BENTON CITY—Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Johanson and daughter, Jo
Ann, 'lert Saturday for Idaho to be
gone a week. They will visit rela
tives at Orofino and friends in oth
er Idaho cities. They also plan to
spend a few days at Sun Valley.
Mrs. Kenneth Robbins of Grand
view, sister 0f Miss Johanson, is
staying at the Johanson ranch with
Bobbie and Dickie while their par
enlts are away. '
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Cheldlin of
Satus were Friday evening dinner
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
Johnson.
Miss Celia Rowley went to Pull
man Friday to enroll at W. S. C.
for a post graduate course in so—
cial science next school term. She
received her degree in June.
Sunday guests at the Erwin
Knowles home were Mr. and Mrs.
W. A. Dillon of Prosser, Mr. and
Mrs. Roy Burmood of Toppenish,
Miss Frances Davidson of Casper,
Wyoming, Mrs. Tillie Taylor, John
Schmidt and daughters, Juanita
and Gwen of Yakima, Mr. and Mrs.
Joe Triesch, Scharmel and Otto.
Mr. and Mrs. Karl Clayton and
family moved to Wallula Sunday,
where Clayton is Union Pacific sec
tion foreman. Barney Lewis mov
ed their household goods.
Mr. and Mrs. George Morton re
turned Monday from a ten-day va
cation trip to the coast.
Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Lund left on
Friday for Bremerton to visit rel- ;
atives and old friends. They plan 1
to be gone two weeks.
Mrs. Earl Cobb of Kiona return
ed Saturday from a several days'
fishing trip at Pear Lake in the
Cascades in company with Yakima
friends. The group had to pack in
six miles.
Miss Cora Monroe of Mandan. N.
Dakota left Friday for Seattle att
er a week at the Oscar Hanson
home. While on the coast she will
make a trip to Vancouver, BC. En
route to her home in about ten days
she will stop over for a brief visit.
\
} There are some women so dis
honest with themsel'ves they even
lie to their diary. .1
By C. M. PAYNE
Florence Rice, feminine lead in
“Girl in 313” at the Roxy Sunday
and Monday.
Sloans Return From
Summer School Work
RICHLAND—Louie Sloan drove to 1
Corvallis. Oregon Friday for his;
wife and daughter. Ruth. who have
been attending summer school there.
They will leave again this week for
Montana for their youngest daugh
ter. Carroll. who has been with her
grandmother this summer.
Mrs. Al Wynans and Mrs. Ella
Wynans of Walla Walla were vis
itors Sunday at the C. A. Kinney
‘and Addie Dickerson home.
J. B. Schaller of Walla Walla was
‘ a Richland visitor Monday.
Betty Pace, eldest daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Mannie Pace and Elgie
Vandine, son 0! Hugh Vandine were
married in Pasco last Thursday.
At present they will make their
home with the bride's parents.
The irrigation water was turned
into the canals again Tuesday eve
ning after a three day shut 06!.
A meeting of the mint growers of
the district was held at the grange
hall Monday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Markham
ment Tuesday and Wednesday in
Seattle.
Dr. Lemon drove to Yakima on
Tuesday where he met Mrs. Lemon
who has been visiting in Seattle
for the past two weeks. Dr. and
Mrs. Lemon returned to Richland
Tuesday evening.
Doshy Mae Lisle of Yakima and
Helen Snider d Wapato visited
Kathleen Muncey Monday and
Tuesday.
Walter MoCamish. who is em
ployed at the navy yards at Brem
erton. spent the week-end at the
John Dam home.
A family gathering was held at
the Gus George home in Pasco on
Sunday. Those attending from Rich
land were John George sr.. and fam
ily, John George jr. and family, Mr.
and Mrs. Dwight Strawn and child
ren, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin George and
children. Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Mun
cey, Edwin Miller. Leonard George
and Fern George. A picnic dinner
was served at six o‘clock.
Three Given Degrees at
Finley Grange Meet
' FINLEY—Finley grunge met on
Thursday night with 30 members
;and four visitors present. mung
* the busis‘ss meeting Donald Sher
ry received first and second degrees.
Mrs. Clark, also Mrs. Guy Story
.of the Highland grange, spoke to the
gathering. Mrs. Dan Gerber, the
lecturer. gave a program which con
sisted of a piano solo by Barbara
Perkins, a contest by Mrs. A. Schaflt
ner, Mrs. Beasley, Mrs. W. W. Rice
and Mrs. Calvin. A skit by Mrs. H.
H. Bowers and E. Sherry. At the
close lunch was served by Mrs.
Dan Gerber, Mrs. Bill Piert and
Mrs. P. Slocum. Finley grange will
meet August 15 at 8:30.
Dr. and Mrs. B. F. Jeffers of Mo
desto. California visited Thursday
and Friday with Mr. Jeffers cousin
and family, Mr. and Mrs. Lester
Laßue. '
Mr. and Mrs. Issue Moe, who
were recently married in Kansas,
and who have been visiting at the
Shorty Erickson home and with Mr.
Frank Bens. moved to Yellepit on
Sunday.
Throughout the month of August
the . Finley - Hover Community
church will hold uni-ted worship
Claude Walk, who has been liv-
- In response to the request of my friends
I have consented to file again, as I am Dean
of the State Senate in point of service, and
senior ranking member. of the four most
important committees. My friends tell ine
they will assist so that our district of four
counties may have the benefit of my four
teen years’ in the legislature.
Charles F. Stinson
SENATOR 16th DISTRICT
A. M. “AL” MATSEN
State Senator
Successful farmer for 25 years . . . served as Kucnm Ommty
Commisioner for a: Years. Wee, September 10
Gena-l, November 5, 1940
mg in Kennewtct the past week.
visited his parents. Mr. and Mrs.
Carl Walk Sunday.
services in the Hover chunch at 9
am.
Mr. arid Mrs. Bob Farquhar and
son at Kennewick were dinner
guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Har
old Witham in honor of Mr. Far
quhar‘s birthday.
Cleo and Laura Ann O’Hair visit
ed Tuesday with Carol Jacobs 1n
Kennevwick.
George Foster jr. of Kahlotus
spent the week-end at the home of
his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Gem'ge
Foster.
Arlie Glassner of Kennewlck
visit/ed Sunday with his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. cunt Glassner.
Mr. and Mrs. William Kilmer 01'
Port Townsend visited three days
last week with Mr. and Mrs. Mc-
Kelvie.
Mr. and Mrs. George Reldell or
Walla Walla were overmght guests
of Mr. Reidells' parents. Mr. and
Mrs. Ed nguette. They left early
Wednesday morning for Dallas. Ore
gon and on the coast for a visit
with relatxves beam-e returning to
their home in Walla Walla.
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Mrs. Henry Piert. Mrs. Albert
Piert and children. Rodney and
Peggy Lou. were in Pasco Sunday.
Shorty Erickson and sons. Eric
and Bdbbie. were fishing near Ben
ton City Sunday.
Glen Bowers. who is employed
near Kahlotus. visited his wife and
parents. over the week-end at the
H. H. Bowers home.
Nance It timing of Petition For
Discharge
In the District Court of the United
States Eastern District 0! Wuh
inns-ton, Southern Division.
No. B-1957
In the matter of Kenne'wlck Can
ning 00.. Inc.. a corporation. debtor.
Notice is hereby given. that the
Kennewick Canning CO.. Inc.. debt
tor above named. has filed in the
above entitled court and cause. its
petition for discharge of the reorg
anization proceedings herein and for
the reinvestment of the estate at
said debtor in petitioner and (or a
dismissal of the above proceedings.
and that a hearing on said petition
will be had on the 17th day of Au
gust. 1940 at eleven o’clock am., or
as soon thereafter as the same may
be heard. at the Federal Court at
Spokane, Washington. and all per
tons interested therein are directed
to then and there appear. and show
cause. if any they have, why said
petition should not be granted as
prayed for in said petition.
Dated this 7th day of August.
1940.
Kennewick Canning CO.. Inc., a
corporation, debtor. by i
cm W.
8:8 Its President.
Dr. Gail Backman
PASCO. WASHINGTON
DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE
State Legislature
16th DISTRICT
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