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The Kennewick courier-reporter. [volume] (Kennewick, Wash.) 1939-1949, May 07, 1942, Image 7

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a place. Fred Giles, Highlands, 6m
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mplete, in good order. H. P.
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» Contact Bookeeping
' New'notel Peace
11. 91 Paco, Wash.
BENTON COUNTY
Abstract 8; Title 6-0.
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Chuopract‘or
Over Penney Store
E- Hyena 2671 Ru. 262
Moulton & Powell
LAW OFFICE
011109 In Eavstad 311116138
HUEL'L‘ER EggERAL
DIREC S ;
Hem Morticiam 1
lady Attendant
(Elm ACCOMODATIONS
Phones 2201 2202
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omm Clear Dental Plates
Universal Dentists
DR. E. F. NEWTON
Book Nook Building
: WALLA WALLA. WASH.
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1. Leonard Mokler
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and
HEATING
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CAMPBEILB Custom Canning Cg.
will begin canning Mon, May 11.
Canning days Monday, Wednesday
and Friday afternoon. Phone 1181
for information. (it:
LOST—Mattress between Columbia
Avenue and Washington 'St., phone
2472. 6p
BOARD AND ROOM for 6 «people.
Phone 3048. Mrs. Ben Schwartz
korpf. Finley. 5-6 c
SPECIAL low prices on both Si
berian and Laoebark elms if taken
at «he nursery for fuel and pre
vention of soil erosion. Home Nur
sery Co., Richland. t 1
EASTER SPECIAL 4OO Barred
Plymouth Rocks, 2 to 4 weeks old;
600 White Leghorn pu'llets, 2 to 3
weeks old; 300 White Leghorn cock
erels, 2 to 3 weeks old; 1000 White
Leghorn straight run, 2 .to 3 weeks
old; rISOO New Hampshires, 2 to 3
weeks old. "Alsobaby chicks—Barred
Rock, R. I. Reds. New Hampshire
and 'White Leghorns. e will deliver
in the Pasco and Kethrict.
Now is the time to order c (or
those asparagas beetles. Smmyacres
Hatchery, Richland, phone 2851. flc
FUEL OIL RATIONING became ef
fective March 14th in 20 states.
There is no coal shortage now, but‘
war demands may intenfere—smart
consumers are storing GOAL now.
Ask at the Sandard Lumber Co- 4tf
TIME To PLANT sHADE mm
now. We have complete stock in
cluding Sycamore; also evergreens
and flowering shrubs, ornamental
trees and roses. May Nursery 00., H.
Kraok, agent, ‘l4 'E Third :Ave. 52“
ON A mus [BONUS BASIS, I at
ter five dollars for peppermint oil
subject to cancellation without no
tice. Fred [R Freeman, Bushland. tic
SEE OUR. SPECIALS
Building materials are NOT
“out of sight.” See these prices
—then get ready to build or
make those improvements around
the place.
Roofing—sl.4o per sq.
Paint, best grade. guaranteed.
outside . house paint at, per
gallon—s3.3o.
Flume lumber, good grade cedar
flume lumber, long lengths and
an widths. _ _ ‘
Cello Glass—for chicken houses,
models, hot ,frameS. , Admits
the vital violet ray.
POTLATCH YARDS, Inc.
Phone 241
W cents advance for pep-
pea-mint oil. Boots .for sale..more
wanted. One cent sale of nursery
stock, including , evergreens pend
ing. Home Nursery, Richland. 481:1
GOAL too may 'be rationed—get it
while you can—see Standard Lum
ber 00., Kennewick, NOW, . . . .m
PAPERHANGING - General house
cleaning. including was cleaning.
balsamimng, wall paper cleaning,
reasonable, phone 2467 mm 8 p.m.tt
HATS AND CAPS—Harts. Tamed
and blocked 600: caps cleaned 25c.
Patterson Dye Works, phone one
two-three. Pasoo. . ‘ 321;!
YOU CAN Half—Save Defense
Stamps to help the government.
Earn them. Because oilbhe shortage
wewillglrvea lOcDefensestamp
for each 20 usable hengers return
ed to us. Ideal Cleaners. 371:1.
sun paying top price and bonus for
peppermint oil. market unchang
ed. Heavy planting in all pepper
mint. districts. Contracting for_dlll.
Home Nursery, Ricmand. 51¢:
EXPERIENOED PAPER mam
and painter. Inquire NV. 0. misty,
phone 3343. 514 B?“
unmnn For Ra‘almnm
FOR RENT—Whin bedroom for
one or 'two men. Phone 2312, Ken
newick. *
I:7th3 RENT—{Bedroom for man,
single or double. Inquire at this at
fice. Box H. t!
FOR W4Modem service station.
Inquire at Richfield 011 Plant in
Pasco. 4818
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WAN-TED -—"Woman for general
housework at Gottman House. 24
Second Avenue. , 6p
WANTED—Woman to take agency
‘for nationally-known Klad—Ezee
children’s garments. Work two or
three hours a day. Call 691 for in
terview. ‘ 6p
m T 0 RENT—House for
.two people. Must be modem, rea
sonable rent. permanent renters,
Phone 1518. George A. Reid. ' «tf
WzAIN'I‘ED—A bicycle in good conn
ditiorn. 'Will pay cash. Bobby Long,
South end of Washington St, Ken
ne'wick. - *
Everyone should sign the Band
Howe Card. 11' you are already
buying to your fullest ability thru
Payroll Savmgs say so on the Pledge
Cards, but sign it.
BETHLEHEM LUTHERAN
Third and Benton St.
M. C. Knuth. pastor
Divine communion services Sun
day at 10:30 am.
Confessional services at 10:00 a.
m.
Sunday schol at 10:30.
Special Mother’s Day offering for
the men in service. You are welcome.
Explosives Ahead
Of World War Peak
Capacity of U. S. Plants Is
Increasing Steadily.
WASHINGTON. United States
plants are already producing more
explosives than were made at the
peak'of production in the last war,
and further capacity is under con
struction, according to traders in the
chefnical field, who said that vast
quantities of chemical materials
normally used for production of
civilian goods of all kinds were now
heing devoted to powder output.
Toluol, basic ingredient in trini
trotoluol, the'famed TNT, is being
made synthetically from a‘ petrole
um base in two large plants erected,
specifically for the defense pro
gram, and chemical experts said
that it had been expected originally
that these plants, together with oth
ers under construction, would sup
ply all the toluol needed.
Recently, however, largely be«
cause of lease-lend shipments to
anti-Axis powers, the United States
government has called upon the
; natural toluol industry to turn over
‘ 70 per cent of its production for ex
plosives. Toluol is a by-product of
coal, and is derived from the coke
oven process of steelmaking.
A large part of recent purchases
have gone to Russia for processing
in explosive plants.
Russia also has takén large quan
tities of picric acid for production.
of explosives. This material, which
we used in large amofints in World
War I for explosives production.
was diverted to other uses during
the peace interval, and its use here
for explosives was not resumed be
cause we have turned to use of
smokeless powder. Principal use of
picric acid here has been in produc
tion of plastics.
Sequoia Peaks Receive ‘ _
, Names of Scientists
PORTERVILLE, CALIF. The
names of four renowned scientists
have been given to major features
in the Sequoia National park.
J. E. Elliott, park supervisor, said
the U. S. board on geographical
names approved national park serv
ice recommendations for naming
the features. ,
Four of the names were given to
mountain summits, all more than
13,000 feet high, none of which is
more than three miles tram Mount
Whitney, highest point in the United
States. The symmits were named
Mounts Chamberlain, Hale, New
comb and Pickering in honor of the
famous scientists.
George Ellery Hale, for whom one
of the features was called. organ
ized the Kentwoodh Yerkes and
Mount Wilson observatories.
A high elevation between Rock
and Golden Trout creeks in the park
wasanamed Boreal Plateau because
plant lile on the high, wind-swept
area is similar to that found in the
Arctic regions.
Elliott said the highest pass over
which a saddle horse trail passes in
the country, 13,600 feet. was named
Trail Crest. It is a sag in the main
crest of the Sierra Nevada two miles
south-of Mount Whitney and on the
boundary of Sequoia National park.
"I won‘t have
an accident
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four- leaf
clover 3"
If you beiievo
m luck never
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GASCOIGNE
& FYFE
215% Kenn. Ava. Phone 18311
TEE KENNEWICK. (WASBJ WWW-REPORTER
I WE VARE BUYING |
I’u.s.sAvas BONDS and STAMPS l
EMBLEM OF PATRIQTISM.—Every peg-son gifining the pledge to buy Savings Bonds regularly will be
given one of these striking blue and white stic ers to display as evidence of participation in America’s
all-out War effort. Be sure you qualify for one of these emblems by pledging to buy U. S. Savings Bonds
regularly when you are approached bypne of the Modern Minute Men.
Pomona Grange Meets in
Horse Heairen Saturday
FINIEY —— Pomona grange will
meet at Horse Heaven Saturday at
which time the Apron Con-test will
be held. Cash prim will be award
:ed the winners. _
Mr. and Mrs. Sellars and daugh
ter Virjean Moe visited Friday eve
ning with the Moore family in Ken
‘newick.
Mr. and Mrs. Emmi: Sherry and
Donald and Mrs. Jesse [made and
Betty :Anm were dinner guests on
Sunday of Mr. and Ml 3. Harvey
Paubon in Kmnewick.
Mrs. George Milligan and Mrs.
Stanley were visitors at the Sellers
home Wednesday. , _
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Johnson drove
to Pendleton Tuesday on business.
Mrs. Arlie Glassner went to Pasco
Sgturday 450 the home of her par
ents, than they all went to Yakima
to spend rtine week-end. She return
edmtheClthlassnerhome Sun
day night. '
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Witham and
children and Mrs. Jesse Lande were
.Pasoo visitors Tuesday evening.
Finley Pinochle Club
Entertained This Week
FINDEY—Mrs. Albert Pier-t en
mermmed the Finley Pinochle club
at her home can: a one o’clock lunch
eon. Pinochle was played later with
high score won by Mrs. Jesse Lande,
second high .to Mrs. E. Sherry and
Mrs. Hamld Wlflham receiving low.
Next meeting will be with Mrs.
‘Wallace Preston. '
Mr. and Mrs Harvey Briggs of
Tacoma omne Monday for a vaca
‘ytion at the home of Mrs. Drlggs par
‘mis. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Wanda-um.
Mrs. Mae Vasser and daughter
of Gable, Oregon came last week
Jor a two weeks’ visit with her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Kerr.
G. W. Farris (have over from La
Grande, Oregon Saturday to get his
‘son, Forrest. who has been staying
with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.
Sellers to finish school. 'lhey left
{again Sunday for La Grande.
‘- oto: n ta Commission IR
g H Waggmwgmmm Association.
Of internationiil significance is this annual event which geldges
the eternal fr endship between the United States and ada,
“Children of a Common Mother,” at the Peach Arch located Just
north of Bla e, Washington, near the U. S.-Canada border. An
estimated 14. ‘ persons attended the observance recently. '
WINIIO\V EMBLEM F 01! PLEIN-‘(DIIS
THE PEACE ARCH AT BLAINE
Duane Ashby Spends
Week-end With Uncle
HOVER—Duane Ashby of Kenne
wick was a week-end guest of his
uncle Rex Ashby and family.
Mrs. Carl Slaybaugh is in Sect
tle visiting her son, Jewell Slay
baugh and family.
Mrs.J.E.Cochmnwashostessto
the regular meeting of the Hover
Ladies’ Aid at her home Tuesday
arm.
:A week ago Sunday Mrs. Russell
{Blair entertained with dinner hon
v‘oring her sister and brother-in-lnw.
'3'“. and Mrs. Roger Marker. who
were recently married. Guests
were Mr. and Mrs. William Britten
land family of Kennewick. Mr. nd
}m. Alvin Dye and family. Mr. and
RMI'S. Austin Schubert and Eddie;
Schubert. “
Word has been received that Mr.
and Mrs. Everett Moss are the par
entsofaboyweighingninepounds
and six ounces The Moss’ moved to
Seattle about a year ago.
'Word has been received from Mrs.
Minnie Ashby, who is visiting at
Amber. that she 'is going to Valley
to attend the commencement exer
cises of her granddaughter. Miss
Patricia Cochran on the twenty-
Mr. and Mrs. Willard Gray left
last Thursday for the coast.
Andy McFadden Buys
Ten Acres on Highlands
mm. and Mrs. Andy
McFadden of I'm-thud have .recent
ly purchased the 10 acre tract on the
Wet Highlands known as the Hyhe
Bowers place, which yen ago was
owned by the Gathers of Kenne
‘wick. Mrs. MW will be re-
Lmembered as the former Mabel
{Keller of the Highlands.
i Verne Forum.“ Merton was
3aweek-endvisitorinthehaneof
lhis par-ems, Mr. and MlB. N. L.
Nobody knows when the
modern generation Is going.
but they seem to be enjoying
the hip. - '
Fire at Sprague Ranch
Saturday Not Serious
nom—w.mm..r.spmgue
narrowlympedwvmgamus
fire at their reach sound”. My
hadbeenswwmzwoodandpmsum
ably a spark bum the motor mold
ered in the sawdust and several
hounlamm'euukewtonmue
endotthe bum. Miss Iris
Huclnsdiscovemdthememume
‘thaxonlyoneendoftbebmldmg
burned. ,
Gomaum'weattOworkou-L
Thursday for his mother-Imm.
muckflmmamfieam.
Mr. and Mrs. William Wilson
mmdmmemsmay
tospendatewdays.
‘MmaexAshbylettMmdayfor
Portland. Oregon. when she was
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REAL ESTATE
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tame. a corporation. plaintifl. vs.
Nellie J. Hamilton. et al., defend
ants.
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801108 0!" Bmm SALE OF
REAL ESTATE
For Benton County
Undu- Spechl m
Game No. 7052
The m nnd Bank at 890-
hne. o. comm-anon. puma“. vs.
Nellie .1. mm, et al., defend
ants. A _
Uhdernndbyvlrtueduupeclfl
amnion andorderot sale Issued
wtofandunderthesedotmem
meourtoftbemwdwm-
mammmdformeabove-named
County. on the 10th day of April.
Im.mcjudsment rendered in
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to met directed and delivered. com
manding me to set] the following
described property to satisfy said
Judgment. to-wit:
The North Halt of the South
west Quarter of the Northwest
Quarter of Section Thirty-six
Township Nine North. Rang-
Twenty-tour. East of the Wii
lamette Meridian.
Together with any and all tene
ments. hereditaments and ap
purtenances thereunto belong
ing or used in connection there
with.
Together with all water and
water rights used upon or ap
purtenant to said lands and
..however evidenced.
All situated in Benton County.
State of Washington.
Notice is hereby given. that on
Saturday. the 6th day of June. me.
at 10 o'clock in the {maxim of said
day. I will sell the above described
property. or so much thereot as may
be necessary to satisfy said judg
ment. meether with attorney's tees.
interest. costs and increased costs.
Said sale will take place at the
front door oi the Court House at
Prosser. in said County and State,
and will be at Mlle auction. for
cam in hand to the highest and best
bidder. _
"55:32:: at Prosser. Wash. nus 20th
day or April. 1992.” _
Sher!!! (I! Said County.
4:23-5:21 By Bert Btrom. Deputy
NOTICE OF SALE OF COUNTY
PROPERTY
State of Washington,
County of Benton. 85.
Notice is hereby given. that in ec
cordnnce with an order heretofore
entered on the 20th day of April,
1942. by the Board of County Com
missioners oi said County. directing
the sale of the real property herein
after descrbed. acquired by said
County for delinquent taxes under
tax foreclosure suit and sale. I. the
undersigned County Treasurer of.
seid County. will. on the 'lsth dey oi
Hey. we. commencing at the hour
of 10 o'clock em.. and continuing
until the hour of 4 o’clock pm. ct,
seid dsy. unless the property herein
after described shell sooner he sold.
st the trout door of the County
Court house. in Prosser in seid
County end Btete. sell to the highest
bidder (or cesh or on legel connect.
the following deserted property.
atueted in said county. end des
crbed es follows. to-wit:
Brown's Addition to Prosser. Lots
6. 'I end 3. Block 8. minimum sele
price moo: Men's second Addi
ticntoi’mseer.notsic.'l9end 20.
Block 6. minimum sele price "60.00:
Town at Beniord. Lots 14 end 16.
Block 40. minimum sele price
OlSOMnLotsSenddendtheNEM
Section 'l. Township 4. Benge 3!.
minimum sale price 013.00: E“
gsw s end the 8!: or: Section 82.
Township 14. Henge 2'l. minimun
sele price 000.00.
The shove property shell not he
sold for less then the emount set
i'crth in column heeded “Minimum
Bele Price” exposite eech descrip
ticnoi'm. I!scld!orcesh,e
Ws Deed will he executed.
Ii sold on contact. the terms there
of shell he an pewent cesh end hel
enoe in ten squel ennuel .instell
ments connnencing nor. lst next.
with interest et six percent on de
terred peyments. peyehle ennuelly.
All Went tense end eases
ments must he peid prior to delin
quency. Muse ts mehe peyments
or to peuorm eny oi the covenente
dfieconh-ectioueitssemeett‘he
elecuon or the vendor. This con
trect mey he psid in lull et en the
plus’ecuued intern in which cees
e We Deed will he necuted.
And node: is herd» further given.
(bet it deem I will edioin seid
eels to the hours (rem dey in
des by ennouncehlent mede et the
the end plece of seid Isle. or et
the tune end piece to which seid
eele mey he ediwrned.
Deted et Prosser. Weshingtcn iii"
and dey or April m.
C. w. m.
County W or sense
County. Weshington.
By Ellen Bea-not. Denny canine
Mm. 4:33.53
NOTICE
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