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My, November 5. 1942
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Inns-16 per word pa- inseruon—qmnhnum. 26 It prepaid. five times for the price or tour.
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flu, OFFERING lOO lbs.
W table turnips. value $3, 2
W: or Sycamore trees. Vvalue
m 3 choice assorted peonms' sl,
fl" .4 at nursery. One ton stock
w tops on, pulled. $lO the
M Home Nursery, Richland.
Il'97l,m:—Field run netted gem
‘ ”toes 12 a sack at place or $2.50
W, Kennewick. Pete lande.
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W‘s—Good Simmons steel
'4 and Simmons coil spring, also
pd walnut dresser, Phone 2766
1““ Preston. 32:)
m BALE—4 months old heifer.
mum heater. Baby bed. Mrs.
“7. Bennett, 7th and Beach. 321)
" SALE—— inesap apples. Phone
KB JohnwErickson, Richland.
m. 324”?
En aux-25 Rhode Island Red
pallets. ready to 19!]. $1.50 each.
an 2407 after 6:30 p. m. 32p
in sAlE—‘Whfie Rose potatoes.
am; your own sacks. Get your
w supply now. C. H. ;l\ll.’eyer,~ 1,4
.I], mm of Breanne:- service sta
h a mile mt. 32tf
lmsm—Small bore target rifle.
unaware, model 75. Excellent
audition. Iron sights, sling. About
lundard 50 yard and 90 100 yd.
m 325. J. R. Wood, Paterson,
m SALE—Netwd Gem potatoes.
(m Schmelzer, Phone 17x6, River
Ind, Rt. 1 31k!
Rum—Fresh heifer ‘and other
‘_m to chose dram. 'l‘. B. nor-ton,
"li. south or Kennewick. til-2p
in: war—7- and 9-weeks old
flu, Charlie, Mills, Hover, Phone
#5. 31.-320
m SALE—Or will trade for house
_ ad lot in Kennewkk or Pasoo:
} g; A mostly in asparagus, good 7
. In house, modern plumbing {ur
;- filed or not at buyers option. Barn
_il! chicken house. Cheap for cash.
=‘ 0.3. Richmond, Benton City, Wn.
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PROFFESSIOIA 1
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FOR SALE—weaner pigs. Bruce
lam-93011, Highlands, Phone 2793.
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FOR SALE—One four-r 001; mod
ern house—and one five-roam
house. Inquire at this omoe. 2m
FOR. SALE—anode Island Red and.
Leghorn chickens. Harvey Davis,
Finley. Rt. 1 Kennewick. 32-33 p
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NOTICE—The Catholic ladies will
serve their annual turkey dinner
on Wednesday evening Nov, 18 from
5:30 to 8:30 in the basement of the
Methodist: Church. 321:!
REGISTER PUREBRED BOAR—
Available for service. The local
FFA chapter has a registered pure
«bred Chester White boar available
for service. It is kept~at the F. N.
Giles ranch on the West Highlands.
Phone 1642. Zia-314:11
TURKEY DINNER—In the Metho-
dist Church basemeen-t Wednesday
night, Nov. 18 from 5:30 to 8:30.
Served by the, Catholic Ladies. Ev
erybody invited. 32h!
LOST—One green velour dav‘en-port
cushion Ibetween Richland and
Touchet on Saturday, Oct. 31. Find
er leave at this office for reward.
W. 8. Shaw, Tbuchet. 32p
Congregational Auxiliary (Pasco) is
holding a rummage sale of win-her
clothing in the B. B. Harrigan
building, 2nd and-Lewis Streets on
November 5 and 6, 'lO am. to 6 pm.
. 31-32 c
HATS AND GAPS—Hats cleaned
and blocked 60c; caps cleaned 25c.
Patterson Dye Worn, phone one
two-three. Pasco. sat:
PAPERHANGING - General house
cleaning. including rug cleaning,
knbomlning. wall paper cleaning,
mama, phone 2w: either 6 p.m.tf
BE PATRIOTIC
Bring in your scrap be no]: the’
Japs—do your share to shorten
the war. Take care of what you
have-«protect your home and
save fuel. Fix up the place for
winter—don‘t deleay too long. -
We have all kinds of rooting. at
ceiling prices. If your buildings
need paint, don't delay 'w. the
cold weather—do the Jab now
and be prepared- lor the winter.
}We have best grade outside
home paint at $3.30 per gallon.
Put Cello glass on your poultry
houses—keeps out the cold yet
lets in the vital sunlight neces
sary to proper growth. Fine (or
closing in porches, too.
Don’t delay much longer in set
ting in your winter fuel. Later
it may be source on account of
transportation. Uncle Sam
warns you to get in your sup
ply while it is still available.
We have fuel tor every purpose
and can recommend the one best
suited to your purpose. Consult
us right now. Don't delay longer
for winter is just around the
corner. A ’
POTLATCH YARDS, Inc.
Phone 241
POP—Pop Pulls a Fast One
BIFF AND BANG
SELECT TABLE TURNEPS—ac per
pound at the page}: topped. Stock
turnips $lO per ton in the field tops
on. Home Nursey Co. Richland. 31-2c‘
WE BUY RIDES—(no skin game)
at the Farmers Exchange. 3161‘
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FOR RENT —'l‘wo-room house on
the River Road. Phone 2106. Mrs.
Elmer Olson. 7 31h!
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WANTED_ Used modern electric
range. Phone Kennewick 3051. 321);
WOMAN WANTED from 7:00 am.
m4:oo.pm.totakecareoftwo—
year old child. Call at 123 E 3rd or;
Phone 1172. , 3WI
WANTED: Apple wood. Wlll pay
premium price. Elliott’s Market.
phone 47, Pasco. Wash. 32c
GIRL WANTED—afor- general clean
ing. Commercial Hotel. 26a:
WANTED—Wanan to care for
young- child and do light house
work. Phone 1781. Inquire at Swift's
Cream Station. 3111?
WANTED 'no BUY—Used bedsJ
springs, clean mattress,” cook stove”
kitchen N cabinet and linoleum;
Write Mrs. Lyle Strang, Rt. 1,
Pasco. Wash. 32p
White Bluffs - Hanford
Granges Have Meeting
? errnE Bums—White Blhfrst
and Hanford Granges held a com-3
bined special meeting in Hanford‘
Friday evening. The degree team of“
the Hanmrd Grange put on the first
‘and second degrees to a class of 161
candidates, eight of whom were for
‘Hanford Grange and eight for White
‘Bluf-fs Grange. The third and fourth
degrees will be manifested in White
Bluffs Grange hall, the date of this
initiation will be announced later.
Several games were played espe
cially for the benefit of .the candi
dates. A Halloween lunch consist
ing of pumpkni pie and ooffe was
served by the Hanford grange ladies.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Clark, former
1y 0! Ramona, now residing at. Yak
ima were in' White Bluffs may
preparing to leave on thgir annual
hunting trip to Pomeroy. " . ._1
Shaun Kelly, Otis Skelbon and 'D.;
D. Hall, accompanied by Hall's‘
father. X. E. Hall and C. H. -Dcm<
of Sunnyside, left Friday morning
for Twisp, to be on location when}
deer season opens. '
Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Chicane and
their son and daughter-m-law Mr.
and Mrs. Verl Chicane of Cottons
wood, Idaho, were guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Jerry Clark Tuesday and Wed-i
‘nesday. other guests of Mr. and;
‘Mrs. Clark Thursday were Mr. and
‘Mrs. Harry Jordan, of Vale. Ore.
‘Mrs. Jordan will be remembered as
‘Mrs. William Townsend, (formerly of
White Bluffs.
Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Kanzler and
daughter Jeanne. Mr. and Mrs. Otis
Fitzgerald and daughter Judith.
left for Spokane Saturday. Kanzler
and Fitzgerald have been" employed
as carpenters at Midway substation,
Vernita, for the past three months
for the Bonneville Power Adminis
tration. Paul Julson, a carpenter
m KENNEWICK, (Wm.! COURIER-REFORM
for the Bi P. A. left Monday for
Spokane to work on the same job.
‘Mrs. Julson and family will remain
in White Bluffs.
JULIA H. WOODS
mam—m. Jula H.
Wbods. wife of R. R. Woods. was
born May 10, 1865, at Atchison. Kan.
and passed away Oct. 31, 1942. in
St. Elizabeth hospital in Yakima.
She was married to R. .R .Woods in
1902 and came to ‘White Bluffs in
1913 where she and her husband.
have lived since. She was a daugh-‘
ter of F. T. Horrigan who lived to
be 102 years old. She was an ardent‘
member of the White Bluffs
Grange for many years and a con-i
tributor and supporter of many other
welfare organizations. She wasl
dearly loved by her family and ac
quaintances. Of her it is said that
she never lost a friend. She left
[no children. She is survived by her
husband. who was with her‘ when
Ishe passed away, and three sisters,
‘Mrs. Nellie Baldwin of Bellingham,
Mrs. Trecy Christi of Stafford. Kan.
and Marguerite 'Fish of Haywood.
Calif. Funeral services were held
in the White Bluffs Grange Hall at
'2 o’clock «Monday. The Rev. Frank
yE' Moon of- the First Christian
Church of Sunnyslde conducted the
iservices which were followed by
:the Grange funeral service conduct
ed by Master Edward Ponsat and
Chaplain Mrs. V. C. Wilson. The
funeral was in charge of the Sun
nyside funeral home under the di
rection of ’Walter C. Ball and Son.
The body was taken to Sunnyside
for cremation.
Parents Honor Daughter
Who Leaves for Utah
WHITE EBLUF'FS—A trwsseau
tea was given at the home- of Mr.
and Mrs. Leavitt Karen, Sunday
“afternoon, November lst, honoring
their daughter Maxine whose mar
riage is announced to take place
November -12th,~in Logan, Utah, to
Garr Christiansen, of Richmond,
Utah. Over sevently-five guests
leaned «between the house of two;
and six p.m. They viewed a display
:of handiwork and were served light;
refreshments. Many useful and;
beautiful git-ts were given to Maxine‘
'by her friends. Miss Karen, will}
leave for Utah, accompanied by her‘
’tiance Garry Ghristianse‘ n and Nason‘
Johnson. ‘ I
| Mr. and Mrs. Frank Coulson at
Michigan arrived in White Blufls‘
Monday attemoon and will make
their home for the present on the!
in. IR.- Woods fruit ranch, formerlyl
Limownas, the Buss ranch. Oauison
is a nephewo'LWilliam _Omusop who!
jam m thirty men his» ranch
j‘nm.wfihl!fite ferry. _i" '_‘
‘ 11¢an tenement! of Mr. and Mrs.
jbenefit mun lett Tuesday after
noon for Battle to sign up with
Ithe Merchant Marines.
School Hours Changed
To Ten o’Clock to Four
F WHITE BLOW—Beginning on
“Monday of this week, a. change has
been made _ln the study hours of
the White»Blufls and Bhutan-(1‘
schools, advancing the old hours 9‘
to 3 to the new schedule of 10‘
to 4 o’clock. The Vernita grade
school has advanced its school
hours one-half hour, 9:30 to 3:30.
’ 'An authouse 'l6 x 20 used mostly
lfor storage and a summer sleeping
imam, at the back of the Fredrick
IA. English drug stag-ewes destroyed
by fire Tuesday [morning at 11:00
A valuable hunting dog owned by‘
Beau Gill of Seattle. put in thei
building out~.of the rain was burned.
The building and contents were‘
a total loss. When discovered by
Cha‘rles D. English. the Interior was
a mass of flames. The llght min
:allln'g all night and most of the
day. with no wind. probably saved
the drug store and nearby business
houses. Theme was extinguished
by local firemen. savlng about five
tonsofooallnablnasanstthe
outsdewall. 'l'heorlglnottheflre‘
is unknown. . 1
' Miss Y‘vonne Ponsat. a graduate
’of the White Bluffs high school of
Ithe class of 1942. now attending
Washington State college. was re
ucently elected pmident of the
freshman class at Pullman.
Five ladies from White Bluffs at
tended the card party sponsored by
the Hanford Improvement Club
’Friday afternoon. Prizes were as‘
’follows High score for bridge to
€Mrs. A. J. Loftus of White Bluffszl
[high score for pinochle to Mrs. J.‘
‘H. Evett of Hanford. The grand;
’prize for bridge was awarded Mrs]
lA. J. Loftus. and the grand prize for
pinochle was awarded Mrs. W. J.
lJenkins of White Bluffs.
> Mr. and Mrs. c. J. Ditto. of Seat.
tle. after spending a week's vaca
ltion in White Bluffs. returned home
Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs.‘
\C. E. Souther. their daughter Helen‘
{and Robert Oleander, also of Se
attle, came over for the pheasant
\hunting Sunday and Monday. Mr.
and Mrs. Ditto. and the Souther
party were successful in obtaining
some nice birds. Mrs. Ditto and Mrs.
Souther are sisters.
Thirteenth Wedding
Anniversary Saturday
WESTERN 89888 HEAVEN
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Smith cele
hrated their 13th wedding anniver
sary Saturday evening with a party.
NOTICE TO 0320110138 10
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IN THE summon 001131 or
m sum or WASHINGTON
IN AND m BENTON com
In the Matter of the Estate or
J. B. Slaugenhaupt. Deceasedm
No. 211.
Notice is hereby given that Lettem‘
lot Administration on the estate of
J. B: Slaugenhaupt, deceased were‘
granted to the undersigned on the‘
3131; day of October, 1942, by the
aforesaid Superior Own. |
All persons having claims against
said estate are required to serve
them with the necessary vouchers
upon me at the office of Monitm
& Powell. Kennewick. 'Washingtou.‘
within six months after the date
of the first publication of thb
’notice. to-wit: within six mouth:
water the w: day of November.‘
1942. and file the sanie with the!
clerk or this court together with
pm»! of such service or they mall
be forever barred. ‘
Dated at Kennewlek. Washington
this sth day of November. 1913.
LOLA TEACH SLAUGMUP‘I‘.
mm of the Saute at
J. B. Bhugexmawt. Deceased. ‘
By Her attorneys
Moulton & Pawell ‘ ‘
Hostetter Motor Co.
Authorized FORD Agents
SALES-SERVICE ,
Phone 105 P3BOO - 518 Lewis
- WRECKER SERVICE
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF:
THE STATE OF WASHINGTON.
IN AND FOR BENTON COUNTY l
In the m o! the EM 0!
Charles mm. Deceased. No.
MWdfluflnconm
Account!“ Petition (or mm.
“on.
i NOTICE .IS HEREBY GIVEN
flat 8. 8. Reieroon. administrator
of the above entitled emote. has filed
his final Account and nation for
Distribution in the oiiioe of the{
Clerk of the above entitled Court.‘
andthsttheCourtisuhedtosettle
said Final Account. to distribute the
pmpery oi sud estote to the heirs or
persons entitled to the same end
to discharge the odministrstor.
Said Flnol Account and Petition
for Distribution will be hesrd by
the Court It the Court House in
Prosser, Benton County. Washing
ton. on the 12th day of November,
1912. at the hour ot 9:80 o‘clock
A. M. _
R. 8. m. Administrator
By 1500 me & Pom.
Attorneys for Administrator
KenneWick, Washington
10:15—llzs
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