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Organize Largest Pack of Cub Scouts in Area Cub Pack 24 was orgnaized Tuesday evening under the spon sorship of the Kennewick Meth odist church with 38 members. This is one of the largest in the section of the Blue Mountain Boy Scout Council. The ofﬁcers of the pack are Victor D. Roberts, cubmaster; ‘__—H ' ALMOST SUMMER‘ ' A Comedy in Three Acts SEMI!!! ‘ CLASS PLAY . -* * * Kennewick High School Auditorium FRIDAY, MARCH 31, AT 8:00 RM. 44 4 1 Tickets on Sale at ' ‘ Vibbers' Rexall Drug ( 4—————— l 1.0 U BAU EB. WATCHMAKEB Licensed in Minhesota . . . Nai'l. Bank oi Commerce Bldg. Kennewick, Wn. ' ' ‘ G R 0 W I! ll S , ATT E N TlO N - On Tuesday, March 23,. in the AAA As sembly lloom, atß p. m., there will he a meeting ol the 'Benton-l'ranklin Labor Committee and County Extension rep? resentatives together with growers who will be needing assistance in securing considerable l-‘arm Help. 0 Be sure to attend and state your labor needs. . pack committeemen Glenn N. Fel ton, chairman, and Edgar R. Gil bert, Claude V. Winterscheid, and Harry Higley. The pack is divided into five dens which will _start their weekly meeting after school next week at the homes of the following den mothers, Mrs. Nellie McCall, Mrs. Clara Ramberg, Mrs. Ada Fritz, Mrs. A. J. Dupuis and Mrs. W. E. Duffy. The Boy Scouts who are serving as den chiefs are Rody Sage, Bud Mock, Bill Mclntosh, Hal Holman, an dTom Duncan. The following boys were in vested with the Bob Cat rank Tuesday evening in a candle light ceremony conducted by R. D. Mc- Dennett, scout executive of the Blue Mountain Council: Robert Pace Wayne Catlett, Joe Renshow, Lowell Catlett, Wayne Sage, .Richard Guyer, Donald Watts, Gerry Romberg, Patrick Munds, Harold Meyers, Troy Hamblin, Henry Miller, Sylvester Rief, John Gallien, Billy Duffy, Richard Williams, Don Wheeler, Leland Manning, Dwight Larson, Ronald Manning, Robert Patzer, Danny Gilbert, James Dupuis, Donald Persinger, Dick Robinson, Arson Curtis, Danny Fritz, Donald Meyers, Duane Meyers, Verlan Bowman, Tommy Minugh, G. R. Felton, Wilbur Boder, LaVern Mc- Call, Chas. Bjerkness, Monte Ar len, Gary Leo, Paul Axtell. Herman Campbell and Rev. J. B. Coan were responsible for the organization of the pack and both spoke brieﬂy and assisted with the meeting. NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS 1 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN,‘ that the Board of County Com missioners for Benton County, Washington, will meet at their office in Prosser, Washington on the 10th day of April, 1944, at the hour of 1:30 o’clock p.m. for the purpose of receiving and opening sealed bids for the construction of a county jail in accordance with the plans and specifications there -0 . Plans and specifications for said county jail may be found and ex amined in the office of the Board of County Commissioners at Pros ser or at the office of the architect, Francis H. Fassett, Miller Build ing, Yakima, Washington, and copies thereof may be had upon the deposit of the sum of $lO. Each bid shall be accompanied by cash or a certified check in a ‘sum equal to one-twentieth of ithe amount of the bid, payable to Benton County, which shall be forfeited to the County upon the failure of the bidder, for a period ‘of ten days after having his bid accepted, to enter into a proper gangact and furnish the required n . All bids shall be in writing and on the form prepared for the same, now in the office of the Board of County Commissioners, Prosser, Washington, and must be filed with the County Auditor, as Clerk of said Board, on or before the day and hour, above men tioned. The Board reserves the right to reject any and all bids. H. E. Chapman, - County Auditor and ex-of ficio Clerk of the Board of County Commissioners, Ben ton County, Washington. 3:23-30 THE KENNEWICK (WASHINGTON) COURIER-REPORTER Hourly Service on New Bus Schedule ‘ Kennewick residents have been imore or less up in _arms the past week or so since the new bus schedules were put out. Under the new tables Kennewick was not even a whistle stop, except for the shuttle bus between here and Pasco. The yell went up too early, ap parently, for the new firm tak ing over the routes has not only retained Kennewick on its schede ule, but has actually increased the service, according to Ralph Saf ford, who is the local traffic man~ ager. .. It’s true, Mr. Safford explains, :that the through busses to Han ford will not come” into Kenne wick for a regular stop, although stops will be made on the high way. The Richland busses, which make 19 round trips a day will have a Kennewick stopping place and the shuttle bus between here and Pasco will also use the same loading location. Busses for Pasco and for Rich land will leave every hour be-u tween 6 in the morning and 12‘ at night, making 19 trips eachi day. In addition half hour servﬁ ice will be available during thei peak hours morning and evening; for both terminals. The routes; to Hanford Will also run on an: hourly schedule. ‘ The company is seeking a loca tion here for a terminal which will likely be located somewhere north of the main business street to avoid the stops. Donna Bahia Anderson Delma Beatrice Anderson was born November 9th, 1909 and passed away 'at the age qt 34 years, 4 months and 10 days, on March 19th, 1944 at Lady of Our Lourdes ‘ V “=55535573535553?5§:53?5?¥3??’3‘5?é?5‘:£?§:z=§!;:‘;5:::;5;;a;5355-$215}???:2::z:::sz;:2:;::;2;2;:;2;z;:;21:;::::;z::;:;s,2rat»:-.r r V 1 r 1 . \ BUY é ‘ ‘”‘“ * k, . ' Gamma mm x " mm 5 [£l3s \\x 1H E w Esr ”5' -- . 35:- ‘.2 if: 325'.” .:3: :2 - . £700,941” FAMOUS s\\\9‘ \Q’ / £55351" a%%w%n THE SPOKANE BREWERY. INC. * SPOKANE, WASHINGION CO H E R Dx Y EARLY-"Box Office Opensal To rm: KENNEWICK “smm 5:45 Week Days;l2:ol| Sal. &Sn ﬂown-Ends Friday, Mar. 24 ‘ HUMPI-IREY BOGART y MARY. ASTOR __m_ "ACROSS m nuns" SHEEPISH WOLF J N ’N JAM SESSION Cartoon Musical Saturday Only. March 25 °- -—_=- North. ‘2 D ' é - -:-.:.~:-::::;- gig-:3 ;. s‘,gi;-;';;;.;Eg;§3;ig:gi;Z;:.E:?:E;Z3?;.;E}E§', :.:..:;:..j=f; 5:2,: >-_ _- Egrwm- E 393 "““: T 0" mm , "I. ‘ ”m no” _.l” SERIAL and SHORT SUBJECTS E T’S. ALL GIVE, TO THE: RED CROSS-“Noﬂ hospital, Pasco.. Wash. She was born at Finley. Wash., and spent her entire life in this community. At the time of her death, she lived southeast of Kennewnck. taken an active part in school life. graduating in 1928 from the Finley high school. She was a member of the Finley Sunday school of the Methodist church. Delma Beatrice Hedington was united in marriage to Hugh Neil ;Anderson November 23nd, 1937. ißesides her husband, she leaves ’to mourn her loss. a four-year-old son, James Hugh, and a daughter. ;Phyllis May, three years old. also surviving are her parents, Mr. ‘and Mrs. Harry Hedington of Sedro Woolley, Wash., three sis ters, Opal Louise Evans of Mount Vernon. Wash., Gertrude Etheyln Kinnamon of Aberdeen and Jean ette Safford of Kennewick; two brothers, Delbert S. Hedington of Woodland, Calif., and Victor Hed-[ ington of Tule Lake, Calif. Shar-y ing the family’s loss, also. are many who have known and chev‘ ished her memory as a loving friend. The funeral was held Wednes day afternoon at the Mueller fu neral home and conducted by Rev. Coan of the Methodist church. She was buried in .the Riverview Heights cemetery. I ::.-3? 3‘? e: " '5? 13'? 1 ‘F -::‘wéggis -_ Egg 519‘; The Misses Frances Bird, Fran ces Perry, Tommy Simmelink and Verdene Foraker spent the week end in their respective homes. The girls are all attending WSC. Viola Ayde returned home from the Pasco hospital and is improv ing nicely. Neil Lampson went to Seattle on Tuesday of this week to trans act business. ' Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Kennebrew and Mrs. A. E. Radford went to Yakima today. Olav Otheim, S 2/c. is home on a two weeks leave from Port Hueneme, Calif. Frank Gans visited at the home of his brother, Jesse Gans. on Sunday and Monday. Mrs. Pat Dierlam, Mrs. William Blair and Merrill spent Friday and Saturday in Yakima. Dr. Gary York and wife of Walla Walla spent Sunday at the home of E. S. McDonald. Mrs. C. 0. Monosmith and Mrs. Vernon Monosmith were Yakima visitors last Saturday. The Fourth Friday club will meetatthehomeotMrs.Ray Marsh on Friday of this week. Mrs. Fred Scoville of Camton, m., is visiting at the home of Rev. and Mrs. John Briece. Mrs. McCllelen of Walla Walla visited her mother Mrs. Mueller last Sunday. Pasco [lmam Pasco Today and Saturday 1944’s BIGGEST MUSICAL THANK YOUR LUCKY ST : 30 GREAT STARS —:— 2 NAME BA I‘ Sunday and Monday ROSALIN D RUSSELL BRYON ARERNE "WHAT A WOMAN" Tuesday and Wednesday CHARLES LAUGHTO‘N ’ ' "THE MAN FROM DOWN UNDER" -—'——addod—- Special Red Cross Show . . AT HIS SIDE 1 Special Salurdalvlligming Kid * Sunday - Monday, March 26 -27 - MARY BETH HUGHES ~EDDIE QUILLAN "MELODY PARADE“ ——plus— DONALD’S GOLD MlNE—Cartoon PATHE NEWS and ROARING GUNS Tuesday - Wednesday, March 284! BRENDA. MARSHALL GEORGE BRENT _.ln— \ . You CAN'T ESCAPE FORM Plus Second Feature GLENDA FARRELL - _ - LYLE TALBOT . ’ __..__ "NIGHT FOB CRIME" ' Starling Thursday March 30th ERROL FLYNN RONALD REAGAN p "DESPERATE J OMNBY" ‘ . __.!”— AT HIS SIDE—RED CROSS REEL Thursday. March 23.1!“ ‘l‘! R. R. Crisp of Beaumont. . spentdthe past week in atten ing to business in“ Mrs. Elsie Walters home Monday from Wall. ‘ where she spent the M Floriculture Club me“. Monday with Mrs. (‘.arnsm W. S. Green left for a trip to Spokane Wednesda Mr. and Mrs. C. F. PM“ Dave Allen were visiting-...‘ - H. R. Deranleau home In day. Sgt. Wesley Brown tun Bliss, Texas. spent a 1" last week visiting relativ. Kennewick. The 4th Friday club Will on March 24th at the In. Mrs. Ray Marsh with M 5. Marsh as hostess. Mr. and Mrs. Kemp! word this week that that Corp. Elder R. Kemp! uh been stationed at Cam) ' New River. North Cam been sent overseas.