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The Kennewick courier-reporter. [volume] (Kennewick, Wash.) 1939-1949, April 08, 1943, Image 6

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Spend your ration
WallaWalla vegetables...
Under rationing, it will
be extra-important to
buy healthful nutri
tious foods. Well:
Well: vegetables are
rich. not only in Vita
min A, B, C, D and
G, but in necessary
ninenls, too.
Ask your grocer for the new
Walla Walla 36535255,; Budget Book!
We are now registering help [or the Asparagus canning sea
son. Both men and women who are able to work are asked to
Walla Walla Canning Company
Insist on famous
apply at the Kennewick office
Kennewick. Wash.
Grown on the Garden Slopes of the
Blue Mountains, in Eastern Oregon
and Washington
IT’S NO SECRET to thousands of Northwest
housewives that the finest garden vegetables
come from Walla Walla. With strict ration
ing on all canned vegetables and juices every
family will want to spend its ration points care
fully; buy only the fines: flavor and quality.
Here’s something else worth remembering!
For all their tenderness and garden-fresh
flavor, Walla Walla vegetables cost no more
than ordinary brands!
rr's WAITING FOR YOU at your grocers.
. . . the “easy-to-use” Point Rationing Budget
Book that will help you plan your wartime
menus. This booklet was prepared after eon
sulthtion with OPA officials.
New Point Rationing
Budgbf Book
Commencement to Be i
Held on April 15th .
White Bluffs—The commence-l
ment exercises of the Hanford;l
White Bluffs school, scheduled for
early May, have been advanced:
three weeks. to he held Thursday=
evening, April 15th in the Hanford:
high school auditorium. The;
names of the graduating class are;
as follows: \Villiam H. Roberts. of;
White Bluffs; Cleo Betty Beyers.
Vernita; Frank Meek. Hanford;
Verl Lovgren, White Bluffs: Grace
Geraldine Lyons, Vernita; Clyde
A. Hoover, Hanford; Cliff Harold
Hinderer, White Bluffs; Bennett
Clark. Hanford; Vera E. Bell. Han
ford; Robert Evett, Hanford: Leon
ard O. EVett, Hanford; Carol E.
Williams, White Bluffs; Louise E.
Griffith, White Fluffs; D. Franklin
Arnold, White Bluffs; Charles C.
Graves, White Bluffs.
Mrs. Verne Borden
Honor Guest Tuesday
Western Horse Heaven—Mrs. E.
Tyacke entertained at a party last
Tuesday afternoon in honor of
Mrs. Vern Borden. Anagrams were
played with honors going to Mrs.
Raymond Anderson. Guests pres
ent were Mrs. John Moon and son
J ohnny, Mrs. Logs Tyacke and
Leilani; Mrs. Guy Travis, Mrs. R.
Anderson and children Joanne and
Dean: Mrs. Vernon Borden and
children Thetis and Earl.
- Mrs. Rodney Travis accompanm
ied her sister, Mrs. Beth Hayworth.
to Couer d'Alene last week, where:
their brother, Jimmie Foster, is:
spending a furlough with his par{
ents,» Mr. and Mrs. James Foster.‘
Mr. and Mrs. Vic Adkins of Pas-1
co were overnight guests Saturday}
of Mr.‘ and Mrs. Louis Tyacke“
Other guests in for the evening
were Mr. and‘ Mrs. Vern Borden,l
Mrs. Edward Tyacke and Mr. and
Mrs. Guy Travis. Music and cards
were the diversiion. I
White Bluffs Cemetery
To Be Moved '
White Bluffs—The board of the
White Bluffs cemetery association
met in the office of the Columbia
River Telephone Co. on Monday
morning. Officers present at the
meeting were Edmund Anderson;
president; L. w. Beldin, vice pres-1
ident; J. E. Leander, secretary
treasurer; Edward Bonsat, Rev. L.
C. Krug and Arthur Heidemen, er
board members. ‘The meeting wasl
open to anyone having friends orl
relatives interred there. It is gen
erally known that the governmentl
has taken over the lands in and
adjacent to White Bluffs and evac
uation notices have been received
by all residents to vacate their
homes, many of whom having
spent the better part of their lives
in this desirable section of the
state. The time limit for the evac
uees has been 'set for May slat. and
some in the Hanford area have al
ready received notice to evacuate
as soon as possible. At an earlier
date, the local residents were in
formed. 'the cemetery would not
be disturbed. Later it became
known it would be more desirable
to have it removed to another 10-
cality. Edmund Anderson was au
thorized to find a-plaee in some of
the nearby cemeteries where they;
_would'receive perpetual care. It
isunderstood the government will
take care of the removal expense.
"Had any news from George and his family
since they moved away, Judge?”
“Yes. I had aletter tromhimday before
yesterday. He's in Kentucky...the family's -
fine and they all like it there, George says
he has a fine job in a beverage distillery.
He brought out an interesting point in his
letter I hadn't thought of before. He said
that while the beverage distillers are work
Asparagus work will start Monday followed
by cherries, aprlcots and prunes. Long season.
Line up for a real essential job in the battle'
for food.
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