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Thursday. April 15, 1943
Save Your Car
eat Covers
Pick Up Your Fruit
hrs at Grange Hall
Bibhland‘A number of Grang
e“ left good fruit jars at the Vale
Grange ball when they brought
food to the annual meeting- last
December- These people are urged
to attend the regular Grange meet
in: Saturday night, April 17, and
claim same. Incidentally, don’t
forget to bring your own sugar
for the above meeting. ;
WANT ADS
mR'SALE—Wood, 3 cords dry
slab wood, Carroll Harding,
Richland. ltp
WILL TAKE S3O cash for my gray
enameled house comfort range
and copper hot water coil. H. L.
McElroy. Richland. ltp
'B—SAT FOR SALE—I 4 ft., 3 yrs.
old, all cedar row boat with new
oars. George Tuttle, Richland. ltp
BILLY GOAT—Toggenburg, one
week old. He’s yours for taking.
John Peterson, 1 mile west of
Richland. ltp
CHICKENS For sale, 3 doz.
. White Leghog‘n laying hens.
Must be sold immediately. C. N.
McLaughlin, Richland. ltp
WANTED—Farm help for orchard
work, house, water, lights and
garden furnished, going wages.
Also want small tractor, plow and
qther implements. Write Roy R.
Smith, Bx 26, Brewster, Wash.
FOR SALE—Horse, 7 years old in
June, wt. 1400, SSO. Also Deer
ing mower, Gene Arrestouilh,
Richland. ' ltp
FOR SALE—B 3 acres three miles
. north of Benton City; 20 acres
under Sunnyside Irrigation dist.,
63 acres under Roza project.
House, barn and garage. No in
cumbrances, 1943 taxes and irri
gation assessments paid. Contact
or write John DeLelere, Benton
City. 8-291)
FOR SALE—Frame dwelling, 5
rooms and bath, full basement,
2 lots, S2OOO, some down payment,
terms. E. J. Johnson, Wallula.
- 8-15 p
FOR SALE—Electric coffee maker
48¢up capacity, sls. Phone 4783
or Mrs. S. M. Ross, Richland. ltp
FOR SALE—DiningibbfrTJEEß
ture. Complete set. See Mrs. R.
R. Mclntosh, Richland. ltu
FOR §ALE 74m
ranch on highway 2 miles east
of Grandview. House, barn and‘
other buildings. See Paul Cavett,‘
Grandview. 8-29 p
CASH SPECIALS
flgigs' Oxfords $1.59
9,2935% 59‘
LadieS' Panties - 19¢
isiisidflsekéeilsg '
53331111 Shirts and Shorts ' 191:
Men's Sport Knit Shirts 50:
giggismnressShirts $1.39
Straw Hats for All
NELSON 45-
Richland Landowners
Given Brighter Hopes
By National Officials
Richland—A slight ray of hope
which later might develop into a
financial benefit was seen by land
owners and representatives of the
Richland irrigation' district when
they conferred with a party of
men from the‘ procurement divis
ion of the United States Army
Monday and Tuesday. .
Through insistent and continued
efforts of this district’s representa
tive in congress and the local peo
ple George E. Fuller, assistant to
COl. O’Brien, and Lt. Col. Byrne
were sent here from Washington
to give due consideration to the
details in connection with the tak
ing over of the Richland Irrigation
District as a cooperative organiza
tion which is now functioning.
They assured the Richland land
owners and officials of the district
that they would make an appraisal
of the entire irrigation system and
its facilities and water rights and
that any dividends accruing there
from would be made available to
individual landowners after all
debts, bonds and other outstand
ing accounts against the district
had .been retired. Further the
Washington men stated that there
would definitely be no deductions
from the present appraisal prices
on the land on account of out
standing irrigation and - school
bonds. .
Local men were pleased with the
attitude displayed and information
given out by Mr. Fuller and Col.
O’Byrne. Since their conferences
with them they feel that there is
a possibility that each individual
landowner will receive another
'sum of. money in ,addition to his
appraisal price to reimburse him
for his proportionate equity in the
irrigation syStem. Other very de
sirable information was the fact
that the Washington officials stat
ed that all legal means were being
exercised to speed up payments to
individual landowners. -
8-29 p
Mr. Fuller and Col. O’Byrne
expressed a keen desire to keep
the irrigation" system intact and
keep all the land under it green
except,that which was being torn
up for construction. This they in
sisted would 'mean that all land
outside of the present hot spot
or Red Area must be kept in pro
duction.
Dr. Kite was called to see Nila
_Watson who has been ill.
Eva Jean Wilton was absent
from school Monday.
David and Nancy Popham
moved to Portland Thursday
where they will enter school.
Mr. and Mrs. George Baldwin
are beginning to move their things
to Sunnyside where they have
bought a home. " '3
DAM
Richland, Wash.
Custom-built
Tailor-made
for late models
Social Hour Club
Has Big Meeting
Richland—The Social Hour club
met Wednesday, April 7, at the
home of Mrs. A. R. Long with Mrs.
Draper and Mrs. Harold Copeland
assisting the hostess.
The club enjoyed an exception
ally fine meeting and a very large
number of the members attended.
The next meeting will be at Mrs.
J. Q. Hamby’s with Mrs. F‘. R.
Galpin and Mrs. Ralph Wonder
lick assisting.
Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Harding
returned Sunday from Spokane,
where they had spent a few days
looking for a new home. They
reported finding a house there in
which they can live temporarily.
Harry Leman, who has been
staying at the Puette home and
attending Richland high school.
left Monday to return to his home
in Alaska.
Mr. Claypool has gone down to
Kennewick to reside with his
daughter, Mrs. Earl Reymore, on
the Highlands in order that he
may be under the immediate su
pervision of his doctor. '
Mrs. Edna Lang, daughter of
F. B. Leninger, is here this week
from Vancouver in the interest of
prOperty holdings here. '
W. E. Parks and L._ S. Water
man, both of White Salmon and
former Richland residents, were
guests this week of Mr. and Mrs.
J. W. Caldwell. Last Thursday
the Caldwells were honored with
‘a. visit from Mr‘. Barnett of
Granger and Mr. Weymeiep of
Toppenish.
Mr and Mrs. Bert Car-man en
tertained with a dinner at their
home Sunday in honor of Pvt.
and Mrs. Lucien Deranleau, here
from Bremerton on a 15-day leave
and Pvt. Charley Deranleau, also
on furlough. Besides the honor
guests those present included the
Albert and CJayton Mackney fam
ilies, the H. R. Deranleau sfamily
and Bob Culp. Later in' the eve
ning the group was joined by Mr.
and Mrs. Carl Williams of Ken
newick. '
‘ The John George, Sr., family
moved this week to the So'uth
Kennewick Highlands.
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Worden drove
up through the Wénatchee and
Chelan country over the week-end
in search of a new business loca
tion. They returned by way of
Lind and Connell. .
Mr. and Mrs. Allan Bilh'ngton
and daughter returned to. their
home in Kelso Wednesday after a
three-day visit _with‘ friends and
relatives in this district.
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Cleave
have ,moved part of their farm
machinery and household effects
to the ranch they purchased re
cently near Prosser. .
The Elmer Kemp family has
nearly completed moving all their
farm equipment and other befi
longings to their new place near‘
Finley. ‘
Guests at thehome of Mr. and
Mrs. C. S. Billington Sunday in
cluded their son Merle and family
from . Sunnyside and their son
Allan and family from Kelson.
Floyd Conwell and his wife
were here from San Diego, Calif.,
to visit Conwell’s parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Guy Conwell. Floyd
has been- at a naval school in
California for the past four months
from which he was graduated re
cently and is now a machinist’s
mate.
R. R. Mclntosh moved the R. L.
.Cobb family to Addy, Wash., up
near Spokane Monday. -
Mrs. M. Yarington moved down
down to the Walla Walla district
Saturday.
The Van Frissen fatnilies have
moved down onto the Kennewick
River Road.
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Dishman and
‘ family have left their farm, which
Was just outside the red area and
‘ moved to Burbank.
Slack of
DRU G S
FIXTURES
For Sale
MRS. SYDNEY RELTON
Richland, Wash.
THE KENNEWIGK (WASHINGTON) COURIER-REPORTER
and
Kathleen Muncey Weds
Staff Sergeant Michener
Richland—Miss Kathleen Mun-l
cey, only daughter Of Mr. and
Mrs. H. A; Muncey, and Staff Sgt.‘
Mervin Michener, son of Mr. and
Mrs. J. R. Michener-of Kenne-3
wick, were married April 11 in aI
service at the home of Mrs. Syd
ney Relton by the Rev. T. G.’
Nelson. 1
The bride wore French mar-'
quisette with finger tip veil and
carried a bouquet of white sweet
peas, centered with a lavender
orchid. She was given in marriage
by her father. Her attendants
were Miss Helen Snider of Seattle
in aqua blue marquisette as maid!
of honor; Miss Vivian Higley of;
Kennewick in colonial yellow tat;
feta; Miss Billie Earlywine of Eva
erett, in dusty blue lace, and Mary:
Bowman of Prosser in light green‘
crepe. They carried sweet peas
and carnations. The organist was;
Mrs. R. B. Dighton of Richland.
The bridegroom chose as his bestl
man Glen Felton of Kennewick. ‘
Miss Billie Earlywine sang "Be
cause" and “Ave Maria” preceding
the ceremony, and during the re
ception she sang, “Springtime”
and “Remember.” The parents of
both the bride and bridegroom
were present for the rites ,as were
Mrs. Anna Watson and Mrs. Mary
Muncey, grandmothers of the
bride.
Out-of—town guests were: Miss
Mary Knighton of Ellensburg; Mr.
and Mrs. Lloyd Michener, of Pas-‘
co; Joy Michener, Of Kennewick,
and Cyril Relton of Hermiston:
Mrs. Glen Felton and about 20‘
friends and relatives from town. 3
The house was beautifully deco
rated with large ivory baskets of
peach blossoms.
St. Sgt. Michener who was grad
uated from Kennewick high school
and also attended CWCE at Ellens
burg and OSC at Corvallis, Ore..
is now stationed in the air corps
at Avon Pam, Fla. The bride is
a graduate of the local high school
and also of CWCE, Ellensburg,
and now is teaching at Camas.
Graae geiool News
Dr. Ripley, assisted by Miss Ema
Anderson, county nurse, had a
busy day last Friday when the
grade school pupils were vaccin
ated for smallpox and were also
given [diphtheria immunization.- A
number of high school students
and pre-school age children also
took advantage of this opportunity
to receive free treatment. J
Pupils leaving school this week]
and moving to new locations were
Jimmie, Erma, Ervin and Verna‘
Shipley, who moved to, Parama,‘
Idaho; Carl, Paul and Elinor Dam-l
berg and James Dishman who‘
moved to Kennewick; Marjorie
Helvy to Grandview, and Richard I
Hillstad to Finley. '
Teachers, Eitofiavinod l
Monday evening -Mrs. Beatrice?
Leedy entertained the grade teach-i
ers and Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Fergin'
at dinner. During presentation of‘
prizes later in the evening, one
of the guests, Miss Lillian Carlson,‘
learned that she was honor guest!
much to her surprise. The teach
ers wished to express appreda
tion of her friendship with a gift!
for her to take to her new home.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Gauger of
Davenport came Monday to visit
at the home of Mrs. Gauger’s‘
brother, A. F. Koehler. 1
-Mr. and Mrs. Albert Claninger
have purchased a home and pear
orchard in the Buena district. ;
Professional Cards
VISGER DRUG
mmow Duncan-r
Sells Vfleflnsry Supplies
Phone 271 Kennewick, Wash.
A. S. MURRAY
Licensed~ Notary Public
m, WASH.
L. R. REDNER, M. D.
Eye, Ear, Nose and Thrust
Ghana mu
Phone 680—Pasco
Title & Trust Building
Dr. Paul 0. Stone
Dentist
Phone 1631 or Postal Card for
Appointment
KENNEWICK W 533.
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Curry Optical Parlors
Kennewick, Wu.
Exec Examined—Glam. mm
Office at residence—4o2 lot Ave.
Pm 1381 HOURS 9go 5
9:33.33! W Western Auto Supply
“we“ t” PM” ouw I. OTHEIM, Authorized Dealer
Woman’s Club Gives
SIOOO to Charity
Richland The Woman‘s club
met for the last time at the home
of Mrs. Vic Nelson Thursday. April
8. Mrs. Sydney Relton and Mrs.
R. Fergin were assisting hostesses.
Nearlyall members were pres
ent and Pres. Mrs. T. Trowbridge
called the meeting to order. The
business at hand was to dispose of
the SIOOO of club money. The
treasurer reported $l7O cash on‘
hand' which was divided as fol
lows: Red Cross SSO: war relief
SSO; Salvation Army. $25: Ortho—j
pedic hospital $25; two children’s
houes S2O. ' 1
The club owns the club house‘
and when that is settled the money‘
will be divided as follows: Red
Cross $400; war relief $l5O Salva
tion Army $150: two children’s
homes S2O; and the remainder to
be divided equally between the
orthopedic hospital and the war
orphan’s organization. .
Past presidents honored were
Mrs. Krohling, Mrs. Erickson, Mrs.
Mclntosh, Mrs. L. G. Muncey and
Mrs. Nelson. . '
. Mrs. Relton. Mrs. Krohling and
Mrs. Mclntosh were appointed to
buy and place daffodils in the
cemetery in Richland and Kenne
wick honoring our departed mem
bers. Those thus honored were:
Mrs. Compton, Mrs. Chalcraft,
Mrs. E. P. Chellis. Mrs. C. C. Hard
ing, Mrs. R. McGhan, Mrs. A. L.
Nelson, Mrs. N. Nelson, Mrs.
Rouse, Mrs. Teachout. Mrs. Yed
ica, Mrs. Tuttle, Mrs. H. C. Hess.
A dessert dinner was served by
the hostesses.
Willie Kron will leave 'next
Monday to enter the army at Ft.
Lewis.
Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Van Syckle
of Prosser were businss visitors
in Richland Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Patheal are
the proud 'parents of twins, 3 boy
and a girl, born recently in the
Pasco hospital. , .
f The Jesse Miller family were
business visitors in Yakima Tues
day. '
Mr. and Mrs; A. J. Marston will
leave today, Friday, to make their
home in Clarkston, Wash.
' Miss Ella Oskolkoff, who has
been in Camas all winter, is back
to visit at the Puette home.
. Chuck Wilton is home this week
on furlough from the army. He
will return to duty at Pendletong
Saturday. %
Mrs. H. R. Deranleau served 7j
o’clock dinner Tuesday night to‘
Mr. and Mrs. Lucien Deranleau,‘
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Carmen and
Fay, Mrs. Palle Thomsen, formerly
Juanita Roberts, and her son.
Boyd Wilton returned to his
home Monday evening following
a short visit with his mother, Mrs.
Ellie Wilton. '
Charley Deranleau returned
Tuesday to his arm base in Utah
following a furlough with rela
tives here, part of which he spent
in the hospital with a bad case
of the flu. 1
Mr. and Mrs. John White sold
their ranch on the Yakima above
the Grosscup flats to Mr. and Mrs.
Earl Jones and moved to Prosaer.‘
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Grade School Enjoys
Field Day-Picnic
‘Richland The grade school
field day and picnic Friday. April
9 proved to be a grand success.
with games and activity planned
for all. The highlight of the day
was the ice cream of which 25
gallons were eaten with the help
of the high school.
The marble tournament was one
of the events held and proved of
intense interest. The contestants
in the finals were Lamoine Butler
and Bobby Page. were so evenly
matched that the morning-play-ot‘f
was declared a draw and an addi-
tional contest was held in the
afternoon. Lamoine Butler. sev
enth grade. finally merged ahead.
In second place was Bobby Page
of the fourth grade.
Class winners in each grade are:
First, Ronald Wilson. second. J im
my Shipley and Pete Sams. tie:
third, Marjorie Roberts: fourth.
Bobby Page; filth, Norman John
son; sixth. Larry Adams: seventh.
La'noine Butler; eighth. John
Cloninger. . (
The fourth grade will have a
farewell picnic Friday April 16 at
the park for their room only.
Mrs. Jack Morgan and children
returned to their home in Winslow
last week-end following a visit
here with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. J. C. Guill.
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Krohling
have closed their place of business.
The Coffee Shop. and left Tuesday
for Spokane to look tor a new
location.
Mrs. Ella Gans and her grandu
son, Arnold Guns. both of Yakima,
are visiting at the Jesse Gans
home.
Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Sloan and
daughter. Carol. and Mrs. Sloan's
mother, Mrs. Payne. all former
Richland residents, who now live
in Yakima. were here Sunday to
visit with old friends and bid them
adieu before they all scattered to
the four winds.
Mr: and Mrs; C. G. Gehre;
moved this week to their new
home home in Prosser. '
Jeff Appeuon visited here this
week at the Virgil Simon: and
Elmer Hanna homes.
Mr. and Mrs. C. I. Snyder moved
Sunday to Pruner.
Mrs. J. B. Clements of Spokane
a former Richland resident. was
hereovertheweek—endinanef—
fontonetfltedealtorhermch-
land home straightened out with
the war depot-mot. ' 7
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‘ Lt. Col. C. C. Harman. his wife
and daughter. all of Spokane.
were guests Thursday of last week
with the colonel's parents. here.
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Harman.
Mr. and Mrs. Lester Plato of
Banners Ferry.ddaho. drove down.
Friday to spend the week-end
with Mrs. Plato's parents. Mr. and
Mrs. C. E. McLaughlin. While
here they bought the McLoughlin's
five head of dairy stock and took
them back with them in their
truck. R. B. Dighton accompanied
the Platos back to Banners Ferry.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack E. McLough
lin and Billie Bee McLaughlin. all
of Walla Walla spent Saturday
night and Sunday visiting at the
Ray Rose and C. N. McLaughlin.-
homes. On their return Sunday
evening they were accompanied
by Mr. and Mrs. C. N. McLough
lin who visited at their son‘s home
in Walla Walla until Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Harland lluigen
and daughter Sandra. rotuuntd to
Vancouver Sundae afternoon after
visiting since early twin-y morn
ing at the home of Mrs. Burgen’s
parents, Mr. an'l Mrs. A. S. Mur
n)".
Mm Barbara Perkins. who is
in' nureeu training in the Sacred
Heart hospital in Spokane. spent
the week-end at the home of her'
parents. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Perk
ins. Barbara. who hurt her knee
:1 while back is able to be around
with the aid of a crutch.
"l‘ill Our Boys Get the
firs Off That Rubber
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You Musl Make
Your Tires Last!
Let your local Richfield
dealer advise you how to
get the most miles out of
them. .
BILL’S SERVICE
Bill Conwell, Prop.
Richland, Wash. ~
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