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The Kennewick courier-reporter. [volume] (Kennewick, Wash.) 1939-1949, January 29, 1942, Image 3

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January 29, 194
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If you can qualify
to satisfy the
rationing board.
we have the
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TEN YEARS AG0—1932
Gite!“ Edwards, a graduate of
mm of ‘3l will receive the Un
m Mic Scholarship award for
W 3 county this year. This award
3 We“ each year by the railroad
WHY to the boy or girl havmg
“highest average ranking in bum
m instruction and supervised
”m 1 agriculture work or home
M“ The award is an honor
m to Edward and the school, be
mme second consecutive year that
. mnewlck boy has received it.
w Allison, winner of the award
last year is attending W.S.C. now.
Golfers of Pasco and Kennewick‘
m been invited to attend the an
up] fireside meeting at the city
33 Friday night to consider plans
at she coming year. It is hoped
M some plans may be worked out
M year where by the combined
has of the two towns can become
an owners of a presentable course.
ms. W. s. Green entertained for
a; pleasure of her husband on his
urthday Friday evening with a.
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samdsy Mrs. E A. Miller found
. may growing and blooming in
her M a: Third Avenue in thel
What a chute
is to a 51er
our yro‘tection
is {'o you «w.-
indispensable
in a pinch! ,
GASCOIGN E
215% Keg. Who 1231
IW SEE YOUR 'L‘QCAL CIVHEVR'OLETND‘EALER FOR SERVICE I
I CHEVROLET'S “CAR CONSERVATION Pfi‘l
I is dedicated to these vital purposes I
V TO PROIONG THE lIEE OF YOUR CAR
VTO PREVENT lARGE REPAIR BlllS '
V TO PROTECT YOUR POCKETBOOK
~/ TO PRESERVE YOUR MOTOR CAR
TRANSPORTATION -
' A simple service "check-up" cosh liille. . . - Prolonged neglect
brings large repair bills. . . . Boiler see your Chovrolel dealer—today!
Remember—Chevrolet dealers service all makes of cars and trucks.
———————— ‘
CHEVROLET DEALERS SPECIALIZE IN THESE "CONSERVATION SE RVICES" ,
I. TIRE sEßVlcE'aQEon'serve rubber). o. CARDURETOR AND FUEL PUMP (to save 10. HEADLIGHT AND ELECTRI
-2~ lIADIA‘I’OR ('0 SP’EQUard cOoling sYslem). V fuel). " .~ 7 U CAL CHECK-UP' :f ‘
3' LUBRlCATlON(focOnservémotorfihassis). 7. STEERING AND WHEEE ALIGNMENT H. SHOCK ABSORBER
" BRAKES (to pang", lining etc) - (makes fires lasf longer—conserves rubber). ~- SERVICE ‘ ‘ ‘
5- MOTOR TUNE-Up.(,° mg," engine (a. BODY AND FENDER REPAIR. 12. PAINTING, REFINISNING, I
““99” A 's' 9. CLUTCH, TRANSMISSION, REAR AXLE. WASHING. etc-
A_.‘TMOBII.E_NATION Is A STRONG NATION _
Kennewick Auto Co. Hermiston Auto Co.
Kennewick, Wash. Hermiston, Wash.
Pasco Auto Co. .
Pasco, Wash.
TIRES
open and unprotected. Other indi
cations of an open winter are the
presence of robins and asparagus
growing in the fields.
One of the three pumps ordered
from the local pumping house ar
rived the first of the week and has
been transported -to the founda
tion on the Highlands.
Miss Annie Clark is expected
home from W. S. C. nexit Wednes
day. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Brand are
moving to the Moul-ton place on the
Highlands this week. Mr. Brand is
the new manager of the project.
Mrs. C. Tilbury and children re
turned Wednesday ufrom an extend
ed visit with relatives in Texas.
W. 0. Meals was down from his
Horse Heaven ranch Monday andi
reported three to‘ four feet of snow}
there. 1
TWENTY YEARS AG0—1922
It’s here. The Chinook. It arnived
during the early hours of last night
when a hesitant west breeze whip
ped up a welcome sou’wester and of
ficially proclaimed the end of one
of the longest cold snaps on record
in this district.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Angus E.
Doyle, Saturday, January 22, a girl.
The Speck-Buick Co. of Sunny
side this afternoon closed a deal for
the purchase of the business of 'the
Reser Auto company.
The local manager of the Yakima
Fruit Growers Association, Mr. Des
granges, attended the annual meet
ing held in Yakima Tuesday. He
reports that the cold stonage plant
for Kennewick is assured.
THIRTY YEARS AGO—I9I2
Art tthe regular meeting of Althea
Rebekah lodge Tuesday evening the
following officers were installed: N.
G., Ellen Richardson; V. G., Cora
Sercombe; chaplain, Ida Moraine;
R. S. N. G., Mae Seroombef R. S.
V. G., Sadie Conway; L. S. V. G., Lou
Thorp; Warden, xAlzice Pike; Con
ductor, Ona J. Taylor; I. G., Emma
Tweedt; secretary, Nellie Brown;
treasurer, [Elizabeth Campbell.
The basket social given by the Re
bekahs after the Odd Fellow meet
ing last Friday evening netted Ithe
Rebekalhs over $32.00.
Miss Iris Bar-tholet visited in
North Yakima the latter part of rthe
week.
At Wednesday night’s meeting of
the choral society it was unani
mously voted to take advantage at
the offer of 3the Episcopal Guild of
Pasco to repeat the coming con
cert on‘ the other side of dune river
Miss Cedonia. Gravenslund enter
tained a panty of her school friends
at her home Friday night, The
{ By giving 'the skilled service that conserves tires—engine
—cluich—transmission—every viial part.
'{ By advising you to have simple service "check-ups" regularly -
as a means of avoiding maior troubles.
{ By bringing you this money-saving service at the loves!
possible cost consistent with reliable work.
{ By co-operating in all ways to keep your car serving de
pendably and economically for the duration.
’ Obsolete Sizes Like-
gathering was a surprise for their
teacher, Miss Naomi Smith.
at a date early in February. There
will be a special train :to accomodate
the chorus and their friends.
The new school building is now
complete. Patrons are invited to in
spect the building at a house warm
ing next Thursday evening. ‘
The first game of basketball in
the gymnasium at the new high
school will she played Saturday
night between Richland and Ken-1
newick. i
The N. I. L. E. Girls met at the
home of Miss Mildred Holmes. Miss
Mable Howe and Miss Mable Hal
vorson assisted the hostess.
One o’Clock Luncheon
Served Last Thursday
HIGHLANDS—Mrs. Bertha Sim
sen entertained members of the
Highland Bridge club with a one
o’clock dessert luncheon at her home
on the Highlands last Thursday.
Mrs. Wallace Preston held high
score, Mrs. Blanch Foraker second
high and Mrs. Fred Giles low
score. The next‘ meeting will be
on February 12 at the home of Mrs.
Orin Beinhart.
' Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dairs at
tended an oyster supper at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Prellian last
Tuesday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Peter, daugh
ter Joyce and Mrs. Conant were
Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Richard lee.
Mr. and Mrs.- Walter Curtis of
Walla Walla wkere Sunday guests
of tbheir daughter Mrs: ’E. Klelnk
necht and family. On Wednesday
the Kleinknechts visited rthe Cur
tis family in Walla. Walla.
Rain Causes Snow to Melt
on H. H. Hills
LOCUST GROVE—Once more the
hills and wheat fields are barren.
Only in a few places is there any
snow lef-t. Ram has taken away and
melted all the snow on the frosted,
snow-peaked bushes. We need the
snow for protection on our wheat,
[but the rain is welcome. Perhaps,
once again, we will have a rainy sea
son and we hope for an abundant
crop of wheat.
Mrs. Mildred .Heberlein has been
ill, but is improved at this writing.
Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Edwards were
visitors at me Claude Babcock home
Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Al Morgan and Mr.
and Mrs. ,Gflbert Olodi'elter were
Sunday visitors at; .the Harry 010d
felter’s home.
THE KENNEWICK, (WASH) coma-mm;
5.50-19, 4:50-20, 30x31/_,, and others are
5:00-20, 6:00-20, Within reach for farmers.
4:50-21, 5:00-21, See the board.
Merlin Draper Returns
to N. Y. Naval Duties
KiEIN-NEWZECK VALLEY—MerIin
Draper returned to duties in the
New York naval yards Tuesday aft
er spending a. few days with his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Percy Dra
per.
Miss Norma Draper and brother,
Merlin, accompanied Mr. and Mrs.
Ben Hack and family .to Walla. Wal-
Ala Saturday, where they .paid a visit
to Mrs. Hack’s sister, Mrs. D. ‘Béigle,
who was suffering with a. broken
ankle.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Garrett and
daughter and Mr. and Mrs. Rolhnd
Wilcutts were Saturday evening
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Mc-
Calmant.
Miss Gertrude Quast spent last
week with her 'brother-in-laxw, and
sister, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Shutte of
Umatilla.
Mr. and Mrs. John Heam and
Dick Hearn of Wallula were Friday
guests of Mr. iand Mrs. Perry Dra
per.
W. R. Sanders of Stanfield, Ore
gon spent Monday with his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. B. O. Sanders.
Mr. and Mrs. John Marsh went
to Seattle Saturday «to make an ex
tended visit with friends and rela
tives. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Marsh and
family are at the John Marsh home;
during their absence.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Page were
Thursday guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Ralph MoGamiant. 1
The Kennewick Valley grange will
meet Friday, January 30th. The
proceeds from 11118 pie social held
will :be gvien Ito Ithe Red Cross.
READ COURIER-REPORTER ADS
'I'IIE IIBIIIEI NEEDS 'I'IIIIEISIIIIIIS 11l 11111-ES IIF BIIPPEII llllllE
_ '. . . . unether reason why we can’t build long
power lines to serve non-defense activities}
4 4'» 4'» ¥ Directing artillery fire ‘and
keeping the general in touch with all parts
. of his army requires a lot of copper wire.
. In the last war our signal corps strung
- enough wire to. stretch around the world
several times!
The Navy. too. uses copper—over 200,000
pounds in a single battleship. And the
_ manufacture of ammunition. for both our
Army and Navy. takes more than 25% of
’the output of American copper mines.
The gigantic demands of modern war
have created a copper shortage. Civilian use
has been cut drastically. No longer can pow
‘ er companies build long rural and suburban
a . I'lltlHt PIIIIIEB 8: llEll] [IIIIIPIIIW
[ i \
THIRTY-TWO YEAR; OF PUBLIC SERVICE ' ' ’\
1 . ' -
-LiV _ V __ \ ~ . ‘
* if #2 HELP WIN THE WAR it BUY UNITED STATES DEFENSE BONDS AND STAMPS i’ it *\
Locust Grove Residents
Attend Installation
Among those attending the instal
lation services of the Odd Fellow
and Rebekah lodges at Benton City
Friday were the R. K. Saffords, the
Edwards families, Kess Campbell
and Henry Smith. These were some
of the officers, who took part in the
installing team.
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Lyons of Yaki
ma were week-end guests in the
local community.
Mrs. Henry Smith was brought
from the Pasco hospital to the home
of Mrs. Vic Heberlein, where she
will spend a few days before going
on to her home.
Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Simmelink and
family were Sunday dinner guests
at the Jack Dennis home in Kenne
wick.
Highlanders Form Two
Red Cross Classes
HIGHLANDS Two classes of
Red Cross Nursing school students
met Tuesday at the Highland club
house. Under the direction of Mrs.
Harrison of Pasco, the ladies were
instructed in “Symptoms and 'lher
mometers." ‘
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Morrison and
:family were Sunday dinner guests
at the Tom Duncan home in the
valley.
Leo Smith and L. Oakle of Rich
burg, Idaho were overnight guests
Sunday at the Guy Morrison home.
Verne Foraker came Sunday from
theOoasttogetmswifewhohas
spent the past couple weeks at the
Leman Foraker home. They re
turned rto the Coast Monday.
Western Auto Supply
OLAV I. OTHEIM, Authorized Dea—le;
Sheep Head Follows
Thursday Night Dinner
HIGHLANDS—Mr. and Mrs. Art
Simsen celebrated last Thursday
evening with a dinner party and
three tables 01’ “Sheep Head." High
score was held by Mr. and Mrs.
Ed Danmier and low by Mrs. Pneda
Betoher.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Lahti who
have been living in Seattle have
recently moved back to Kennewick
to make their home. They will
help Mrs. Land's parents. Mr. and
Mrs. Henry Paulson, in business, in
Paulson's cafe.
Mrs. Clark Taylor accompanied by
Mrs. Maude Neel motored to Her
miston Saturday night.
Mr. and Mrs. Verne Foraker of
Bremerton were Sunday evening
callers at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
W. L. Foraker.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ingley and
children were Sunday afternoon
visitors at time Glen ngley home
in Pasco.
Mrs. Fred Giles and Mrs. Vera
Campbell spent the day Monday
quilting at the home of Mrs. Bertha
Simsen.
Mr. and Mrs. J. 1. Hill of the
valley were Bunchy afternoon guests
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. H.
Meyer.
Mrs. N. L. Fox-alter, is entertaining
several ladies at a quilting at her
hotne on .the Highlands today.
'lhursday.
Mr. and Mrs. We] Klein
necht and daughter Peggy spent
last Friday and Saturday in Spo
kane.
Mr. and Mrs. E. Kleinkenech't and
family visited relatives in 2mm
last Tuesday and Wednesday.
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extensions such as have already brought_ ‘
low-cost electricity to nearly every farm in
this area. Nor can we make extensive in.
stallations to serve stores or industries .
without approval of the Ollice of Product- _
tion Management.
It will be a real, though temporary. incon
venience for this growing area not to have
Pacific Power & Light's cheap electricity
so easily available for new farm and subur
ban homes. However. until the Japs and
Nazis have been thoroughly, defeated and
our homes and families made safe from
aggression. we are sure every American
wants the Army and Navy to have all the
copper they need.
When the war is won. P.P.& L. will again
continue its program of extending arteries
of copper to deliver to more people the
cheap electricity you and your neighbors use
so generously for better living.
* i *
Please see us first if you plan 9. build 6 new
home or male any changes in your electric requirements.
Your problem: will be given every consideration possible.
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the buggy dolled up. It
costs very little—doesn't
take long and even the wife
will be satisfied. Let's talk
it over.
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