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Bobby Knight Celebrates
Third Birthday ~
Highlands—Mr. and Mrs. Tom
my Knight entertained with a
birthday dinner Monday evening
honoring their little son Bobby
who was three years old on the
6th. Their guests were the grand
parents Mr. d Mrs. Bill Knight
and Mr. am?n Mrs. Jim Freeman
of Pasco and Mr. and Mrs. Al
Knight and children.
Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Poore
have sold their ranch and have
moved into the house on their
cherry orchard with Mrs. Poore’s
mother, Mrs. Cundruff.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Sonder
man have had word from their
son Clarence, Jr., saying that he
has been moved from Lincoln,
Nebr., to Bozernan, Mont, and at
tending the state college there.
George Reymore writes frOm
San Diego, Calif., that he likes
the Marine training very much.
Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Poore
received a letter from their son
Kenneth stating that at present
he would be at Ft. Knox, Ken
tucky. .
Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Preston
and family. were dinner guests of
the Sherry family ‘Monday eve
ning. '
Attention Concord Grape Growers
If you have not already sold your
1943 crop please see us now. We must
know our approximate production
early in order to get supplies here by
harvest. Grape prices are highest in
sixteen years. Terms cash Within 30
days after they have been delivered.
We have lots of grape twine and can
supply cut worm bait. The time to
use bait is before the worm _get your
crap.
Church Grape Juice Company
Host-etter Motor Co.
Phone 105 Pasco
Inner-Tull Cotton Mattresses
with matching box spring units
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: HARDWARE aFURNITURE co. .4
' INDEPENDENT"HOME owusofi
Authorized FORD Agents
SALES--SERVICE
WRECKER SERVICE
Priced $24.50 and up
Buy More War Bonds!
Norris Shields Home
On Weeks Furlough
Highlands—Norris Shields walk
ed in and surprised his family
Tuesday morning. He has been
assigned to sea duty and is being
given a weeks furlough.
Frank R. White arrived Monday
from Virginia to look after his
Highlands ranch. Mrs. White will
come later.
Mrs. George Lane of Portland
spent Monday in Kennewick look
ing after her ranch on the High
lands.
V. B. Drake and brother have
sold their ranch to Mr. and Mrs.
George of Richland. The Drakes
and a sister, Mrs. Dananhour ex
pect to leave for Hamet, Calif.,
the first of the week.
Long Time Residents
Leave for Coast
Highlands—Mr. and Mrs. A. St.
Laurent have sold their ranch to
Jay Bliss and will leave the last
of the month for Bremerton where
they have purchased a home. Mrs.
St. Laurent and daughter Lucile
left Wednesday for Bremerton for
a few days visit and to. take care
of some business matters.
Phone 212
518 Lewis
NEE:
Mrs. Minnie Burris to
Visit in Portland
Highlands—Mrs. Art Hooper
came over from Portland and took
her mother Mrs. Minnie Burris
home with her until the Henry
Leibels get located after having
sold their ranch on the High
lands.
Mrs. Lahti and Lt. and Mrs. Si
Harold Lahti and Mr. and Mrs.
Ranta of Seattle are visiting with
Henry Paulson this week.
Mrs. Burns Brown visited with
Mrs. A. St. Laurent on Monday
afternoon.
Germaine Leber has been ill
with the measels the past week.
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF
THE STATE OF WASHINGTON
IN AND FOR BENTON COUNTY
In the Matter of the Estate of
M. N. Hudnall, deceased.
No. 2000
NOTICE OF SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that in compliance with the order
of court entered in the above
entitled cause, the undersigned
executor will, on the 24th day of
April, 1943, sell the following de
scribed real property, to-wit: ‘
Lot 29, The Highlands Plat ,
“B,” according to the record- I
ed plat thereof, Benton Coun- 1
ty, Washington. - i
at private sale in the office of g
Moulton" & Powell, Kennewick!
Washington. All bids for .said{
property must be in writing and;
addressed to the undersigned exec- j
utor and delivered to him, or.
his attorneys, at the address belowl
stated, or filed with the Clerk of:
the above entitled court, at or:
before noon of the 24th day of
April, 1943. Said bids must spe
cify the terms of the offer.
Said bids must be for cash,
subject to mortgage to the First
Federal Savings & Loan Associa
tion in the sum of $2330.72 and
to irrigation district assessments
due and payable in the year 1943.
Dated at Kennewick, Washing
ton, this Bth .day of April, 1943.
Martin R. Hudnall,
Executor.
MOULTON 8; POWELL,
Attorneys for Executor
Havstad Bldg.
Kennewick, Wash. 4:8-22
To keep wartime transportation serv
ing at top efficiency it is best to plan
your necessary trips for the least
crowded times—the Spring Lrnonths,
April and May—the mid-week days,
Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday.
You’ll enjoy more comfort and conven
ience if you avoid the mid-summer
rush and the week-end crowds, and
you’ll save seat space for,those who
cannot choose their ti'avel-times. It’s
Wise, also, to take along as little bag
gage as possible—and to get tickets
and informatibn in advance.
KENNEWlCKé—Kennewick Hotel
. Telephone 71 _'
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5%“
g COMP.
32'5“.“ WW
Wanted-« Turkeys, Poultry, Eggs
We are paying the following prices delivered Portland, Oregon.
“subject to change without notice."
No. 1 Live Colored Hens over 4 lbs.. . . . . . .27c
No. 1 Leghorn Hens, 4 lbs. and up... . . . . .26c
No. 1 Leghorn Hens under {lbs.. . . . . . . . . .23c
No. l Colored Springs, 3 lbs. and up. . . . . . .32c
No. 1 Leghorn Broilers 11/2 to 2 lbs. . . . .. .30c
Poultry Farm Eggs 57 lbs and up, cases inc. .36c
Poultry Farm Mediums, cases included. . . .32c
We furnish coops on request and willdms your turkeys for you
Northwest Poultry & Dairy Products Co.
Main Office and Dressing Plant on SE. Oak St., Portland. Ore.
mom: EM 5141 < ,
THE KENNEWICK (WASHING'ION) comma-12229372311
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WASHINGTON
MOTOR COACH
Mrs. Ada Helm and Mrs. Mona
Monroe were hostesses to four
tables of bridge last Friday night.
Dessert was served at 7:30. Mrs.
Mae Vibber received honors for
high score and Mrs. Louise Barnes
for se_cond high.
H. B. Terril, one of the pioneers
of Kennewick, passed away in the
Pasco hospital after a week’s stay
there. He had been in ill health
for some time. The funeral will
be held Friday at 2 o’clock from
the Mueller funeral home.
Too Late to Classify
WANTED—lmmediately, House to
rent by Mark Brown and wife.
Call 3331. ,- 2tf
WANTED—Portable radio suit
able for man in service. Phone
2476. 2tf
WANTED—Stenographer at Trip
ple A office in Kennewick, cap
able of taking dictation. Steady
job to right person. 2-4 c
WANTED—CIerks, men or womo
en at Safeway store in Kenne
wick. 29
WANTED—some grass cutters. F.
P. Sol Peter. 21)
FOR SALE—Good 20-acre tract,
improved, fruit, crops, stock and
machinery. House and out build
ings. A good buy. Inquire at this
office. 2-3 p
FOR SALE—Bed davenport,’ $6.00
Iron bed with springs and mat
tress, $lO. Dresser with mirror,
$5. Also a few apples 75c to SI.OO.
Art Simsen, Kennewick Highlands.
. ' 2p
FOR RENT—Dandy 135 acre div
ersified farm, 65 cultivated, 7
alfalfa, 45 seeded pasture, build
ings, ample water, 27 mi. Spokane,
10 to Rockford, 18 Coeur d’Alene.
Owner W 1714 Manon, Spokane,
. 2tf
CARD OP THANKS
We wish sincerely to thank
friends for their kind expressions
of sympathy and for the beautiful
floral offerings in our recent
bereavement in losing our dear
daughter and sister. '
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mayers
Ruth Mayers
FOR SALE—2O acre ranch. 2 acres
asparagus, 1 acre grapes; alfalfa
and open land, (water under pm
sure, electricity. Good location, 2
mi. west of Prosser. C. A. Webb. 6p
WANTED—Crew to cut and pack
six acres asparagus for half.
Modern house furnished. P. L.
Griffeth, Richland. 2p
l
VITAL INDUSTRY
Needs Young Women A:
Telephone Operators
TELEPHONE SERVICE IS VITAL
TO VICTORY. WAR IS ON
THE WIRES.
MORE AND MORE WAR CALLS
MUST BE SPEEDED—-
OUR WORKING CONDITIONS
ARE EXCELLENT, SUR
ROUNDINGS PLEAS AN T,
Wages GOOD.
It now in an essential industry,
please do not apply.
The Pac. Tel. & Tel. Co.
525 W. Lewis 81.” Pasco Wu.
Friendly Interviews 9’ to 5 Daily
\ 2-3 c
LOST—Black billfold with person
al cards. Reward. Leave at this
office. Myron Montney, Rt. 1. 2p
WANTED—Housekeeper for small
family: no heavy laundry. In
quire Box A, this office. 2tf
LIQUIDATION SALE Starts
April 9. We are selling out for
sure this time; 1,1'3 off on all
shrubbery, iris, peonies, fruit and
shade trees, perennials, roses, tul
ips, narcissus, relag lillies, pansies,
violas and many items too numer-
______________ _.-. __th
.2 1“ o l - 10 market)
. “fig—RORE DAVS By popular demand
We are holding this
FOR YOUR BLUE STAMPS!
' honors . PRICE
(10) Pmeapple Joe . . 18 oz. 141:
' —Libby's rich healthful juice.
(9) Grapelrugl {ace . . 46 oz. 25c
—Town House ori juice!
(ll) Veg-All . 1.“. . lb. glass 13¢
—Larsen’s or sa 3 , soups.
(16) Sweel Peas . . . 20 oz. llc
—Gardenside brand—standard pack.
(4) Grape Juice . . . . pin! 15:
-. —Church’s concord juice from Washington.
(14) Cream Com . . . 20 oz. 13:
- —Highway brand golden cream style.
Non-Banana! Samgs!
5WAN5D0WN................LGE. 22c
—-Cake Flour-dame at Safeway.
BLACK FIGS. 12 OZ. 17c
—Roeding brand . . . no points.
CIGARE'I'I‘ES. . . . . . . . . . . . . .2 PKGS. 34c
—Camels, Chester-fields, Luckies, etc.
HEAD R1CE...............L8 PKG. llc
—Water Maid clean white.
PEANUT BUTI‘ER. . . . . . .2 LB. JAR 49c
' -—Real Roast brand—smooth, creamy.
ENRICHED FLOUR. .49 LB. 1.95
‘ —-Kitchen Craft home type. '
_ a},
¢
f?n& ,fi M 2
_
NO ,POIN‘I’S NEEDED on fresh produce.
Save your points by buying more fresh¢
fruits and vegetables. Get extra values
. . . . . extra vitamins!‘
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ASPABAGUS o o o o 0 lb. 150
—Special reduced price! No. 1 California.
ORANGE O O O O O O 0 Ih. BC.
—Fresh shipment California Navels.
GBAPEPRIIITV . . . . . . 11:. 7c
—Arizona Seedless fruit . . . healthful.
Radishes, fresh bunches. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Ea. 7c
Green Onions, fresh . .. ..Bunch So
Fresh Peas from California. . . . . . . . . . .Lb. 20c
Tomatoes, red ripe Lb 20c
Avocados, for salads Lb 19c
Carrots, California, tops off . . . . . .. . . .Ll). 7c
Cauliflower, snow white ..............Lb 24c
Lettuce, Arizona ice packed. . . . . . . . . . .Lb. 12c
, Many More Values Offered!
I NEW SPUDS 1
—Florida -Red Bliss, US. No. 1 ‘
quality. 3
ous to mention. All named varie
ties and no ‘junk’. Discount does
not apply to seeds and vegetable
plants. Just received a fresh
much of Wasatch Beauty tomato
COMMUNITY SALE
Monday. April 12“!
Starting 10 :00 a.m.
On the Old Pete Prenguber ranch 1 mile north
1,4; mile west of Prosser, on old Euclid r 0“
Several consignments from White Bluff.
and Richland districts, consisting of all kind.
live stock (except hogs), machinery, tools,
household goods, .lumber, sheep panels, etc.
This is going to be an extra large sale and we
must start on time, so get your stuff in early!
ED OLNEY, Bonded Auctioneer
(Terms Cash) MRS. OLNEY, Clerk
| SAPEWAYI
If you have anything to sell
Bring it in, or Phone 1107
Even! our enlist Id
Yes . . . . again this year a.
holding over Founders Week! M
sands ask that they be given 11*
opportunity to take advantued.
sensational values offered [I H
great “once-a-year” event! In
additional values . . . many mph.
values! .
CANNED MILK ,
—Camation, Pet. Borden. q;
cum. 8 all .. 3
'/z case 2.32; full use *
I
PLANT BALLS- fi,‘
Tomato, pepper or am ..., :
mwinxindoorstor - w .
Just wet it and it m [1:
Per Moo-300.00.... [I
COFFE I ‘ 9; .
In Victory bil- ,
u. Monaco-oeooeeifllgu
BaE A n _ .
4am Leeerght'strelh ‘ f _j.
loat. ' ' ;
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1% Lb. m""'°....f”i
Thm-sdny Apr“ 3, M I
plants, 15c doz. (not trancplq)
Come up and say Goodbn.‘
if you don‘t buy. When m M
go 90!: gotta go. Willmsen'3m
bow Gardens. Richland, Wm”
Lunch on Ground.
! smm
l up "Amway:
gfig prgg‘g’t'igg stall C.
Book N 0.2. A and n
in effect now! a
poms
-—Safeway beet—tender i
7 Lu Men 1
-(—F)ancy 253 m In?“ .’
(6) Pork Roast. II:
—Fresh picnic cutl- __
(8) Pork Chopl.
—Center cut cho ' ‘
(7) Pork Roast. h}
—Loin end cuts—BW“? .-
8 T-Bo Stalk“. ..:, .
Sizing in :‘agte—qua '31.“: 1
(7) Piece Bacon. ”-2 '
—Sugar cured—mild ' f
Non-rationed Sea-I
Sliced Halibut. lb:-
Fillet of Red Sn ~ ‘ 1‘

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