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The Kennewick courier-reporter. [volume] (Kennewick, Wash.) 1939-1949, November 05, 1942, Image 3

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“My, November 5, 1942
Prepare now for
winter’s worst.
See our stock of
DT- Kite Adds New
Nurse toOt‘fice Force
mvm—Mrs Claret:
. 03 ,
I fled working in Dr. R. Wnge
d 1” in Kennewick on Wednesda s
105. C. L. Evans was hostégs
“ the Ladies Aid meeting
My afternoon. on
05"“ end at the W. L moment
w m mley_ ~ . 7. bran
M Tholman is '
‘ putt
‘ms week. mg up sil-
fivé'G—e—na‘ations Meet
at A. W. Brown- Home
The A. W. Brown home was the
we and setting for a pictnre of
m generations in the Brown atom.
a, ”any. The five were 8. M.
Sim-S. 81. Mrs. A. W. Brown, Mrs.
Bill Osborne, 2nd Lt. Osborne and
M Osborne. Guests for the day
W Mr. and Mrs. Bill OSborne
“d daughter of Relth, Oregon,
“I Lt. and Mrs. W. H. Osborne
awn from Pendlebon, S. M. Sams
H m Walla, and Mr. and Mrs.
m, golden and family of Kenne
w as well as Mr. and Mrs. ‘Wm.
'min of Walla Walla.
may HEIFER for sal, fresh in a.
1" days. W. B. Golvin, Richl-and.*
a months old colt for sale. Herbert
curt, RJchLand, Wash. ltp
W I! the Equalization of the As
mt Roll of the 3.lch Irri
pan District.
more is hereby given that the
wary of the Richland Irrigation
W has completed his assess-
W roll, and has delivered it to
the board of directors, and that
the said board of equalization, will
meet ,at their offices in Richland,
Wash, at 2 o’clock in the afternoon
«I the 30th day of November, 1942,
toeqnalize the assessmmt, and will
laminae in session for a period of
the 88311811 be necessary to com
m the work of equalization, not
exceeding no days. ‘ 4‘
All persons interested in said as
ument roll may appear before the
hand at said time and place and
make objection, if there be to said
merit roll and the ratio of
benefits as tinged therein.
Given by order of the board of
m: this 3rd day of November,
190. -. ' 5-19
Secretary, '
Mahmud Irrigation Dist.
No. 2107
«Washington in and for
Benton County
In the Matter of . the; Estate of
WY. REUION, deceased. v
U utters Testamentary on the
thud Sydney Berton, deceased.
are united to the undersigned.
m'fiehfimth day of October, 1942,
'7! the pk! Superior Court. 1 >
All persons having clam against
lid estate are required to serve
“In with the necessary vouchers
upon me at the office of Moulton
4!. Powell, Kennewick, Washington.
“thin six months after the date
“he first publicwtion of this notice,
”'3: within six months after the
and day of October, .1942, and me
"19 same with the Clerk of this
court. toeether with proof of such
”Vice. or they shall be forever
Dated at Kennewiok, Washmgton‘
in; 2nd day of October, 1942. ‘
loam 8: POWELL, , ‘
Attorneys for Executric. (
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Professional Cards
3d}: Veterinary Supplies
{he m Kcnnevflck, Wash.
Hound Notary Public
fimm, waan.
L . D.
afinfiFEfifi’ 33..“
Ghana Fitted
, Phone 680—Pasco.
Title & Trust Buildmg
Dr. Paul 0. Stone
M 1631 or Postal Card for
Moulton & Powell
LAW omen
Once in Havstad Banding ~
Kennewick, Wash.
Comical MinStrel
Show Tonight '
RICHLAND—The minstrel show
that has been under way for the
last two weeks will be presented in}
the 'Rlchhmd grade school gym Fri-1
day, Nov. 6, at 8 p: m. ' 1
All leading parts are ~‘taken by
upper grade boys. John Burrows
will appear as Augustus Eggnog.
Scott Jackson as Semaphore Towers,
Gene Deranleau as Vitality Build
erupp, Burton Siroloumb as Sassa
fras Spicer, Neil Roberts as Brutus
Bates; Eugene Fergin as Hannibal
Hawkins, and Norman Strawn as
Zenophon Zany. ' '
A chorus of mixed voices aids in
the performance which consists of
hilarious comedy throughout.
The first graders will make their
first stage appearance as the Baby
Bandanna Band. w
Members of the second and third
grades add to the scene of fun with
a bump song and dance.
Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Chalcraft were
in Kahlotus Friday visiting friends.
Mr. Huddleson of the Santa Cruz
packing company of Oakland, Calif.,'
Mr. Olson of Seattle and Pat Gar
rigan of Zillah spent Sunday hunt
ing on the Harry Snively ranch.
Mr. and Mrs. HaSchkel of Grand
view were Sunday visitors at the
home'of Mr. and Mrs. C. Cheyne.
Mrs. Herschel Jameson is in Spo-‘
kane this week visiting her sister.
Cecil Bothe Given
Farewell Party
Mr. and Mrs. James Boothe or
Pasco gave a farewell party at their
home Monday night in honor of
Cecil Boothe, who was recently in
ducted into the army and let-t for
Ft. Douglts, Utah, Wednesday .eve
nlng. Those present; included the
honor guest’s mother, Mrs. V. A.‘
Boothe, his sister-in-law, Mrs. Earl
Boothe and two daughters; a'nd his
uncle,. George A‘rbuckle.
Will Pay Cash for Good Used Grain Sacks
. ' or All Kinds .
6122;] mmv rm:
675'- rmv ENGINE
R " Amati/ID!
Regular Grange
Meeting Postponed
l The regular meeting of the Vale
IGrange of Richland scheduled :for
November 7 has been postponed
until November. 14. Members are
urged to bear in mind that the
annual election of officers will be
held at this meeting.
Soil Conservation
Election Saturday
The election of supervisors for
the soil conservation districtoorgan
ized six or eight months ago will be
held Saturday, November 7. The
district was formed to improve
drainage and weed problems in irri
gated districts. Three supervisors
from a field of five candidates will
be elected Saturday. Candidates
from this section of the district are!
C. F. Fletcher and H. R. Deranleau.(
Voters will cast their ballots in the
Richland Irrigation district oiiice‘
and the poll will be open Imm 1‘
to 8 p.m. J
Raul Ainardi Saturday.
Mrs. Albert Oloninger was home
to spend Sunday with her family.
She is packing apples an: Neohes.
Danie Mann, Harry Dillon and
John Peterson were elk hunting a
few days early this week at Clear
Lake. They were not successful
in bagging one or the big boys but
they reported plenty of wet snow
and rain in the upper country.
Mrs. Don lEmertzson and small
son of Seattle are visiting Mrs.
Robertson's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Carton Bending. .
. .' .' I ’0: fl): haves! -pa,l'd worker in town .’
. - 344%”?
* The railroads of America are doing a great job
these days. moving huge volumes of war materials
and troops in record time. Helping the railroads in
their vital task is low-cost electricity. On three of
the Northwest's major railroad systems you’ll find
PP&L electricity doing such jobs as operating block
signals. loading equipment. and the machinery in
shops and roundhouses. - ‘
Important. too. is the fact that this helpful electric
service is cheap! At Pasco. for example. two cents
worth of PP&L power operates one of the world's
in several grades
and for all purposes.
Prices consistent.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Caldwell en
joyed a visit from Mrs. mum
of Pasco.
‘ Mrs. Ellington, Mrs. A. S. Murray,
Mrs. Burgen and daughter were
afternoon mts at the home or
has. A. H. Willmsen Tuesday.
Eddie Supplee. a sailor at the
{Pasco naval base, spent Saturday
and Sunday at. his parents home
here. ‘
‘ Guests at the J. Q. Hamby home
this week end included Wm. Hamby.
a nephew of J. Q. Hamby who is a
member of the naval air force
stationed at Dutch liar-bar. Ray
Hamby of. Bend, Oregon, and Mrs.
Edward Watson of Portland. Tues
day evening at a dinner in honor
of her house guests Mrs. Hamby
also entertained Mr. and Mrs. Gil
bert Robinson of Kennewick.
VMrs. Gray. Mrs. A. S. Murray and
Mrs. Harland Burgen were guests
of Mrs. Roy Rasmussen of Pasoo
Thin-Sday afternoon.
Shop Now for
. Christmas!
We have a fine selection of appropriate Christ
mas gifts to choose from now! Stock includes:
Hall’s Superior Quality New Attractive Dishes
Toasters an dWaffle Irons Water GIaSS Sets
- Order Farm Machinery Now!
If you plan to have new farm machinery to do
your. work with next spring come in and place
your order now _to insure delivery by the time
you need it.
' ‘ Richland, Washington
$ .l I for 35-lb. roll
Special talc
I Ray Watson returned Sunday
From Nebraska where he had been
visiting relatives and old trlends.
I The Ladies aid of the Metho-l
;dist church held a regular meeting:
at the church Wednesday. 1
‘ Jess Miller is employed in the.
Vancouver ship yards now. His:
soon as housing accomodations can
be arranged for them.
Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Woody and
children of Donnell spent the week
endattheGusLong andEdßoberts‘
homes. Mrs. Woody was formerly!
Wilma Middleton. |
Mr. and Mrs. Harland Burgen and‘
daughter drove up from Vancouver
Friday mm to visit at the A. s.‘
Murray home. Harland returned to¢
his work in the Vancouver ship‘
yards Saturday afternoon while Mm:
Bureau and daughter remained here}
for the week. Burger: will be back“
this week end to take them home‘
mm. ' l
largest turntables as it swings a giant mountain loco
motive around. ready to go out again on the job of
pulling the trains of war. , )3
Helping operate railroads is just one of Pacific
Power & Light company’s many war time jobs . . .
it is busily at work on more than 12.500 farms. in
food processing plants. in shipyards. airfields. army
camps. and other war activities.
The same low-cost electricity that makes home
life easier for you is helping make life tough for
the Axis !,
Western Auto Supply
OLAV I. OTHEIM, Authorized Dealer
Twill Rider left Thur-day for
Mt, Ideho. where he will be
steamed u a. member or the navel
m. and flu. June: Jameson
returned to mama. One.. Tues
day following a short visit have 31:
the home at Jameson: brother
.Mr. and Mrs. C. Gwynne. Mrs.
Skelton and Mrs. Mclntosh were
Walla Walla mum Jlondny.
2-lb. Box Sta-Crisp Crackers . . 23c
2-lb. Box Sta-Crisp Grahams . . 25c
12-oz. Pkg. Egg Noodles . . . . . 16c
3-lb Pkg Macaroni or Spaghetti 25c
4-lb. Pkg. Royle Hot Cake . . T 25c
2Lbs.PopCom . . . . . . ...29c
Ladies Fancy Head Scarf s. . . . 29c
Special Lotof Ladies and
Children’sAprona 25°
BoysKnitShirts, 89
FancyC010r5.................75cand 13
Men’s Sweat Shirts and SI 15
CoatStyleSweaters ..............._
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Richlnnd, Wash.
Mrs. Lilly Peterson was 0. din
ner guest of Mr. and Mrs. 'l‘. A.
Trowbridce 'ruesdoy evening. .
Mrs. Lyman Nelson plans to leave
for Coeur d' Alene. Idaho. may
‘to visit her husband. who is m
itioned in the navy there.
‘ Miss Haaei Middleton. I register
ed nurse of Well; Wall: and o
foamer Bichland resident. came on
Tuesday to spend a month visiting
friends and relatives here.

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