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AUCTION SALE—Kennewick, Sat
urday, October 25. If you have any
thing to sell, bring it «to .this sale. If
you want to buy you may find 'it
here. Ash Auction Co. 30-p
FOR SALE—I94O Ford truck, 2-
’ speed axel, 825 tires, like new!
Mercury motor and van, also good
permit, phone 11672 evenings. 28-32 c
FOR SALE—Two aux-w seed pota
toes. Cheap if taken in field at
digging .time. A. J. Thompson, tele
phone 380. t
FOR SALE—(I7 1/3 acres (clear) 1
mile south of Kennewick on
Washington St. First-class soil and
highly improved. Will take a house
and lot or small acreage in ex
change in Kennewlck or Pasco. C.
G. Campbell. 31-351)
1928 GHEV COUPE FOR SME—
Good rubber and running condi
tion, $25. 1018 Kennewick Avenue.
Gene Whittemore. 25tf
FOR. SALE—Howses. mules and all
kinds of used horse drawn farm
machinery. Twin City Truck and
Impiement. Pasco. ”n ... .._th
FOR SALE-28 acre hog and dairy
ranch, especially adapted to ar
tichokes, asparagus, peppermint.
Hog born and has pasture. Price
$4,000 to be sold regardless of price.
Ten dollans off each day until No
vember 1. Submit offer. Home Nur
sery, Richland. 36b!
FOR SAlE—Young bull seven
month old. His sire, Glenwood
Morocco Premier No. 372294; his
dam, Come Son’s Julia Lass. Herd
on D. H. I. A. test. D. A. Chalcraft,
Rialfland, Wash. 159-339
1c SALE at nursery—Four choiie
peonles, $1.00; ‘1 Laoebark tree, a
most beautiful tree, SI.OO. Closeoout,
both for sl.Ol. Many bargains. Home
Nursery, Richland. 3617 f
FOR SALE—Used electric washers‘
replaced by Bendix hwtallations;
also new Cole oil heaters in all sizes.
See these late model heaters before
buying-any new stove. Priced at pre
scarcity market. L. H. Raymond. 26M]
FOR SALE—I 937 Pontiac DeLuxe
sedan; extra good shape; also 6-
1001: special Frigidaire refrigerator,
used but slightly. C. C. Dunning,
on Bill Larspn place, mile west of
gravel pit, Pasco. 291:!
ROB SALE—Typewriter ribbonaJor
all makes at the Courier-Reporter
111109. 301:!
2ND HAND Refrigerators and elec
tric ranges for sale at bargain
prices. Washington Hardware and
Furniture Company. 491:!
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'I'I-IE IAADIES AID of the English
Lutheran church will give diheir
annual .turlney dinner at the church
parlors at Second and Auburn on
Wednesday, October 29th from 5:30
on. «Adults 50c, children 25c. *
TWO regular size articles for the
price of .1 plus Ic. Your chance
:to double the quantity at regular
prim plus a few pennies. Nov. 5,
6, 7 and 8. Vibber-Gifford Drug 00.,
Kennewick, Wash, phone 721. 30-dc
DAY NURSERY for small children
Nurses Care and good training,
nice play yard and lbts of milk.
Infants 75¢ a day, older children 50c
including lunch and washing. 7 am.
to 5 pm. See Mrs. L. Minton, S. P.
& S. depot or call 3001, Kennewick.
GET THE Bram-More neat per
dollar, combined with freedom
fromsootandashes.wnenyaumrn
Gasco Briquets. Order now from the
Twin City Lumber 00., Pasco. phone
mew. 351:!
SAVE almost half of what you us
ually spend for drug store items.
Wait, .for the Rexall ORIGINAL One
Cent Sale. 250 bargains! And .two
for the pnioe of one, plus only one
cent. November 5. 6, 7 and 8, inclu
sive, at VibberaGifford Drug 00.,
mm Rexall store, Kennewick, Wash.
phone 721. 30-1 c
IDST—Bald-faced Boston bulldog,
head white, body brown. Answers
to call Bowser, SO.OO reward. Ted
'Klein‘lmecht, White Kitchen on the
highway. *
MAKE A DATE to visi-t your Rex
all Shore November 5,6, 7, and 8.
‘A saving wonbh your while is wait
ing for you. 250 bargains. 2 for the
price of 1 plus one cent. V-ibber-Gif
ford Drug 00., Kennewick, Wash,
phone 721. 30-‘lc
SPEND A MINUTE and save a. life.
Have your car tested on the Wea
ver Safety lane at E. c. Smith Mo
tor Co. I“!
MAKE your pennies work for you.
Two of any item listed for the
price of one plus 1 penny. November
s,6,7andß.2sobamgamstochwse
from. V‘i-bber-Gifford Drug 00., the
lßexall store, Kexmewdck, Washing
ton, phone 7121. 30-1 c
PWGING General house
cleaning, including rug cleaning.
Kalaamininc, wall paper cleaning.
reasonable. phone 2467 otter 6 pm.“
NOTlCE—Anyone going to Gmnee
Damsoonwitbhroomtospm,l
wotfldslinkertogoalongandfml-pwim
the gas. Inquire 509 Avenue F. *
EATS AND CAPS—Hats cleaned
and blocked 60c; caps cleaned 25c.
Betta-son Dye Worn. phone one
wo-three. Pasco. m
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,FQR RENT—Garage on Cascade.
Phone 3121. . 30p
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WANTED TO RENT—Nice 1- or 2-
bedmom house in near fum're,
“close in. Inquire Box H this office. *
RAGS WANTED Clean, cotton
rags, 5c pound. Bring to the Prim-t
--ing Office. 281:!
Accident in Yakima
Fatal Saturday Night
BENTON CITY—Carl Shaw of
Yakima, former Whitstran Oom
mundty resident, walked into the
path of Charles Peckenpaugh’s car
date Saturday night in Yakima as
Peckenpauh was enroute here from
Cashmere. Shaw was rushed to the
hospital, where he died two hours
later. _
Guests at .the M. W. Roop home
Sunday and Monday while here
pheasant hunting were wallace
Roop, George and Clyde Raobefls
and flhree hunting companions, an
of Seattle. '
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CHRISTIAN CHURCH
Corner Third and Washington
Stanley E. Thompson, Minister
Sunday school, 9:45 am. ,
Morning worship, 11 am., subject
‘Chfist’s Call to Sacrifice.”
Young People's Meeting, 3 pm.,
at Mrs. Halsoead’s home. Topic:
“Are Good Intentions Sufficient?"
Evening Worship, 8 p.m., subject,
“Man’s Greatwt Need.”
CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE
J. N. HOLT, Pastor
Sunday Bible school at 10 mm"
Wm. Mills, superintendent.
Morning Worship at 11 3.111.. the
theme, “The Christian and Foreign
Missions.”
N. Y. P. s. Jumors and prayer
{hour at 6:30 p.m.
Evening Evangelistic Service at
7:30, subject, “The Wilderness
Prophet." '
Midweek prayer services at Ken
«newick, Wednesday at 7:30 p.m.
Hover, Thursday, 7:30 p.m.
METHODIST
Robert L. LaMott. Minister
Sunday school at 10 o'clock. ~
Morning worship at 11:05 o’clock,
sermon, “Christian Comfort for the
Perplenfia of Life."
Epworbh League at 6:30 p.m.
These services are open to an
whodesdrebosharethemwibhus.
FIRST ENGLISH LUTHERAN
Second and Auburn Streets
I'. 1. Lame, Minister
Sunday school, 10:15 am, Mrs.
W. F. Hanson, superintendent.
Morning service, 11:15 am. The
sermon rtopic, “The Triple Choice."
Continuation class meets Sahar
daw morning at .10 am.
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Rollin B. Holden. m
10:30 Morning worship. Mm
by the pater and Bible stun in
classes. Theme “Loyalty.” Galatians
sixth chapter.
6:30 Jr. and Sr. FB.Y.P.U. with an
invitation to all youth to attend.
7:30 Evening Gospel service.
“Fountain service,” the evening ser
mon theme. An hour’s fellowship
Service.
Monday evening service at Walla
la church, 7:45.
Wednesday evening at 8:00 mid
night service. Bible study pmyer and
LITTLE LESSONS
6. Praying Without Casing
__ (Lulge 18-1.) _ ..
. True prayer is oomm'union with
God; it is praise and worship. It
is not nemsery that “neglect
oureveryday-leborsinorderthat
wemaypraywithoutceasing.
We oenworship Godin every
taskweperform. Whenwereal
ineouronenesswithGod.wecan
serve him in everything we do,
and we can use divine strength
andwisdominadl amour labors.
Each day upon arising. we
should give thanks for another
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with possibilities for‘servloe. We
should give thanks for our morn
ing food, and for everything
which adds to our oomdomt or to
our pleasure. This will fix our
minds in the attitude of praise;
we make our praying constant by
beginning each task with the
declaration: “This fining I do
.to the glory of God."
The Unity class meets each
Monday arternoon at 2:30 at the
Masonic Hall, under the leader
ship of Mrs. Beulah Scott, of
Yakima. Anyone interested in
this class in modern religion is in
vited to attend. Unity does non
conflict with any other religion,
nor interfere in any way.
fellowship. Held in church par
lors.
Over 1600 chapters of «the Bible
were read by our poeple last week.
making over 4000 for the month so
far. Keepanecordofyourmding
and be sure and read the book of
Galatians every day of October.
We preach and teach “The Bible
of the Christ and the Christ of the
Bible.” The Bible mutilated.
Three Brothers Return
To .Hermiston Jobs
’ Clark, Tier-mace and Bob Taylor
;of Hermiston, spent Sunday night
with home folks. They mtumed'w
Hermiston Manday.
Randolph Estes and his sistas.
Mrs. Eugene Mann and Mrs. Rid)-
a.rd Pietzold and husband of Port
land, visited over the week-end with
their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest
Estes and with their brother. Harry,
who has been a patient in the
Pasco hospital. 1
Mr. and Mrs Tommy Knight of
Hermiston. visited over the week
endwiththeirymmgsonaotme
home of Knight’s parents. Mr. and
Mrs. Wm. Knight. 1
Old Timer Visits
Grave of Mother Here
Mrs. Lulu Garcia, Cupertino. Cali
ifornia, arrived in Kennewick Tues-1
day to visit the grave of her mother,
Mrs. Nettie Anderson. who came to
Kennewick in 1892 and died heme
Nov. 28, 1894. at the age of 26. and
was buried in an 011118.11! in the‘
Garden Tracts. which is now part
01' the much vineyard. Mrs. Gar-1
ciaandtherestoithefamily,uterl
her death, left for Canton-nl9. and
this has been me first time in 47‘
years that she has visited in Ken-1
newick. (Mia's-tint made the visit‘
hem with her were Mrs. W
Van Wininler, Superfino, uniforms.
Ed Garcia and wife, and Ray Gar
cia, two sons of Mrs. Lulu Garcia.
Mrs. Garcia visited with a number
of the old timers and was impress
ed with .the W in the town in
thehalfcenturyjustpassed.
Celebrate Fifty-First
Wedding Anniversary
RIOHLAND—Mr. and Mrs. C. N.
naughldn entertained five tables
of Five Hundred at their home Set
urday night. Mr. and Ml 3. Meg
Laughlin were celebrating their
fifty first wedding anniversary. Mrs.
Sydney Relton and Anton Nor-ling
won high honors and Mrs. E. Jam
son and George Grass won low hon
ors.
Mrs.DelbenAva'yotPascom
a visitor Wednesday at the home
othumother,um.MoClendon.
Mr. and Mrs. W. 3. Calvin re
unnameflratofmeweekuom
Pan-mind, when any and been
visiting.
ms. 'l'. Ginseng) attended her
bridge club Wednesday at the home
oers.H.Bdlmldtmthemva
Road.
MissLymanHu-nandmmr
fleGmoeßamectofChelanmls
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Local Grange Members
Attend Locust Grove
BENTON OITY— Local gang:
members attending Pomona stance
Sgturday at Locust Grove were Mr.
and Mrs. 21. M. Hartman. Mrs. Ed
Jacobson. Mr. and Mrs. Rolf And
ersen, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Fleming
and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Johanna)-
:I‘he Klaus-Benton me will_ be
hosts at the November 8 meeting.
The annual election of otfloers will
be held. '
Mr. and Mrs. Don Morton came
Friday for a week-end visit with
Morton's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
George Morton, They returned Sun
day to Seattle when: Morton is
employed. _ ' j
Same Old Complain;
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
In the Justice Court, Kennewlck'
Precinct. Benton County. Wash”,
Betele C. F. Winkenwenler. Jud
flee of the Peace. I
Nick Alfonso. plaintiff. vs.
Al Zimmerman. defendant.
'lb Al Zimmerman: I
‘ In the Name of the State of
Washington. You are hereby notified
that Nick Alfonso has filed a com
plaint against you in aid cause.
whichwillcomeontoheheardct
my office in Kennewick. in Benton
County. State of Washingtoan the
:14th day of November. 1941. at the
}hour of 10 o'clock in the fonenoon.
land unless you appear and then and
there answer. the same will be taken
as oonfmed and the demand of the
plaintiff granted.
The object and demand of said
complaint is to recover Judgment
against you in the amount of $30.00.
together with interest and costs of
suit. in support of which plaintiff
hasservedawritofgamishmenton
The National Bank of Commerce of‘
Seattle. Kennewick Branch.
Complaint filed October 7. 1911. ‘
C. 1". Winkenwerder. l
Juice of the Peace ‘
Moulton 5: Powell. Attorneys for
Plaintiff. Office and Post Office Alt-1
(has, Kennewick, Walt. 10:33-11:61
SUMMONS BY PUBLICATION
lntheSnperlorConl-tot the Stnte
oanshlnflonlnnndfor-Benm
County
Eva A. Cmsswell. o. widow. plan-1
«revs. ‘
The Unknown heirs of Anne Mey
hee. dmsed. and the unknown
heirs of Minnie E. Nystroxn, deceas
ed.andenotherputlesandper-
mmknowncldmlncenym.;
titlemteuenormtelestannnd
to the real property described m 4
the complaint herein. defendants. i
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summonedtoeppeu'witmn sixty
daysafterthedeteofthemztpub
nation of this mm. to-wit.
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of October. 1941. and defend the
above entitled action in the above
entitledomntandnnswertheoom
plemt of the plaintiff and serve
a copy of your answer upon the
undersigned ettomeys ntthetrof
flee below stated end in one at
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whichhasbeenmedwiththeom
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action is to exclude the defendants
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REAL ESTATE
Game No. 7131
In the Sup” Court at the sun
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n. 1". Yoda. plaintiff. vs. John J.
Bel-day. defendant.
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property situateJyxnsend being 1m
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ton.oreomuch thereotumyhe
necessarytosetisty sud Judgment.
attorney's fees. interest. costs and‘
mcmsedcosts.to-wlt:
Tax Lot No. 204%
Beginning at the s‘, corner a:
SouthiineotSec.B3.'rwp. 10N.,
’Renge fl awn. aid u comer
being N. 90 deg. 0' E. 2646.0 It. train
the Southwest corner of acid Sec
tion: thence N. 1 deg. 01' E. “5‘
it. to the Southerly fight of way 0!;
the canal: thence N. 27 deg. 12' W 1
2711:; m; thence N. :2 deg. 30' w.l
105.63 ft: thence N. 39 deg. 42’ W‘
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lmsstttoapointonSJineof
eeid Section. mid point being N. 90
degrees. 0' E. 2188.2 ft. from the
Sam connex- i'o 381 Sec.;
thenceNsodng'Echsfttothei
point of beginning. containing 9.70
acres. (Note: All hearings are in re
lation to the South line ct said
Section which is seemed es Eat
and West.
Now. ‘lheuefom. Notice I: hereby]
given. that on swan-d”, the 15th
day of November. A. 1).. um. at 10!
o'clock in the foxenoon of sold d 047,;
lellsell the above described prop-1
my.orsomuchthereotasmeybe
necessary tosstisty sud judgment;
attorney's fees, interest. costs and
inclusedcostsdnfllmmmtlngto
the sum of W 35, together with
oecmlnxintezutandcostofale.
Sold ale will take place at the
from door 0! the Court Home et
Presser. in and County and State.
and will be at Public Anew. tor
cash in hand, to the highest and
bathidder.
Dated at Pruner. Wash" this on:
dayotoaober.'A.D.. IMI.
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By Bert Sta-om. Deputy. 1
Monitor: a: Powell, Attorneys for
man. Post omee Address. and
mick, Washington. 10:13-80
SUWONS BY PUBLICATION
lntheSuperiotCnrioithesuie
0! Washington in and (or Benton
County
A. E. Ashford and Alberta L.
Word. husband and wife. plain
tiffs. vs.
The unknown heim oi Corinna H.
Ashiord. deceased: also an other
pem and parties unknown claim
ing any right. title. estate. lien or
interest in the real property des
cribed in the complaint herein. de
tenants.
The State of Washington.
To the Unknawn heirs of Oorlnm
3. Word. deceased. end also all
other persons and partles. unknown
clelmlnu any right. title. estate. llen
or interest in the real property dea
crlbed in the complaint hereln. de
rm.
You and each of you ate hereby
summoned to appear within sixty
days after the date at the first pub
lication of this summons. to—wit.
within sixty days alter the 23rd day
or October. 1941. and deiend the
above entitled action in the above
untitled count and answer the com
plaint oi' the plaintiffs and serve
aoopyofyowanswu'uponme un
dersigned atiomeye at their office
below atated and in caae of your
failure no to do judgment will be
tendered against you according to
the demand 01 the complaint which
has been filed with the Clerk of
aid coin-t.
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Pearl Inlay Ind Regine. Belle Met.
to satisfy a. imminent mounting to
mfilm.um‘incipoiond interest.
8010.10 gunners fees and 035.35
costs. in favour of Pattie Cadet Joint
Stock Land Bank of Pox-mad, a cor
mummdcoetafnie.
01m under my hlnd this 25th
dcyofSeptembcr.M.
A. H. mm. Sheriff.
0. 8. Bond and Judd D. Kimball,
Atty; for Piointnff. 0:38-10:35
‘ Manly 850 m women were
W in mind's first con
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