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Display Table to Be
Feature at Grange Meet
Pinley— Benton county pomona
grange will meet Saturday, April
3th at Horse Heaven grange. There
will be a display table again of
tancvaork, antiques, or anything
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Shaddock of
Portland were visitors of Mr. and
Mtg. Harry Benson over the week
Mrs. Harold Johnson and small
son of Prineville, Ore. and Mrs.
Fern Crain of Sunnyside were
visitors Tuesday of Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Benson. They also visited
friends in Finley.
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Paulsor.
of Seattle and Mrs. Harold Holm
of Chelan and Jens Lande were
dinner guests Sunday at the Er
nest Sherry and J. Lande home.
Mr. and Mrs. Kemp family of Ken
newick were also visitors.
Mrs. Francis Moore and small
son of Idaho came Monday to
visit a few days with Mr. and
ers. Burt Fredricks, Mrs. Moore
iis a sister-in-law of Mrs. Fred
It is to be expected that after
the war is over some of the Ameri
can boys will bring home English
brides and Australian brides, but
a neighboring editor notes we do
not anticipate that there will be
any 'who will bring home japanese
In the present state of neu
trality, which Ireland persists in
maintaining, the world is wit
nessing ‘the first instance in which
an Irishman has remained neutral
in the midst of a good fight.
George Snow has returned home
after spending six months at the
Veterans hospital in Walla Walla
He is much improved in health.
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Jenkins of
Prosser were visiting in Kenne
wick last Saturday. They were
former residents of White Bluffs.
Mr. and Mrs. Shomaker of San
Jose, Calif., visited with Mr. and
Mrs. George Snow last week. The
Shomakers were former residents
of 7 Kennewick.
Pfc. Roy Desgranges writes the
homefolk that he is now on guard
detail at the 297th general hospital
at Fort Dix, New Jersey. Leroy has
been doing M.P. duty in California
all winter but was recently sent to
New Jersey. He thinks the state
of Washington has them all beat.
Mr. and Mrs. Walt Desgranges
have received word from their son
Russel that he has left Australia
and is now in New Guinea ~
. Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Casteel of
Kennewick have received word
that their daughter Gladys K.
Casteel of Seattle has recently
been sworn into the Waves. She
twill go to Smith College, North
”Hampton, Massachusetts for train
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Peter and
two children of Seattle spent the
week end at the J. M. Sitton
Twin boys were born to Mr. and
Mrs. N. B. Stone. They have been
named Nathan Byard and Norris
Michael. Mr. Stone is stationed
at the Naval Air Station at Pasco.
Mrs. Stone was formerly employed
at the Pasco Holding & Recon
Mrs. L. W.‘ Curtis is spending
this week with her mother at
Mountain Home, Idaho. _
The quarterly birthday party of
the Bethlehem Lutheran Ladies
Aid will be at the home of Mrs.
Roland Pasche April 14.
Summons For Publication
In the Superior Court of the‘
State of Washington in and
for Benton County.
W. S. Christensen and Emma
Christensen, husband and wife,
Plaintiffs, vs. W. O. Palmer and
Jane Doe Palmer, true name un
known, husband and wife, Lydia
Palmer, spinster, and Bonded
Adjustment Company, a cor
poration, also all other persons
or parties, unknown, claiming
any right, title, estate, lien or
interest in and to the real prop
erty described in the Complaint
herein, Defendants: '
The State of Washington To:
The said Defendants, W. 0. Palm
er, Jane Doe Palmer, true name
unknown, Lydia Palmer and also
all other persons or parties un
known claiming any right, title,
estate, lien or interest in the real
property described in the Com
plaint in. this action.
You are hereby summoned to
appear within sixty days after
the date of the first publication of
this summons, to-wit: sixty days
after the 6th day of April, 1944
and defend the above entitled
action in the above entitled court
and answer the complaint of the
Plaintiffs and serve a copy of
your answer upon the undersigned
attorneys for the Plaintiffs at their
office below stated, and in case
of your failure so to do, judgment
will be rendered against you ac
cording to the demand of the
Complaint which has been filed
with.the Clerk of the above en
The object of this action is to
recover judgment in favor of
Plaintiffs against Defendants, ad
judging Plaintiffs to be the own
ers in fee of the following de
scribed real property:
The East 50 feet of the West
900 feet of the North 150 feet,
of Section 6, Township 8 North,
Range, 30, E.W.M., in Benton
quieting Plaintiffs title thereto as
against Defendants and forever
barring the. Defendants from here
after claiming or asserting any
right, title, estate, lien' or interest
in and at said real property and
granting to Plaintiffs general
MOULTON 8; POWELL
Attorneys for Plaintiffs
Office and PO. Address,
’ Kennewick, Benton
THE KENNEWICK (WASHINGTON) COURIER-REPORTEIE
Rebekah Sale Nets
$55.55 for Red Cross
Finley—Mrs. J. R. Ayers con
ducted a cooked food sale spon
sored by the Rebekahs. The pro
ceeds of $55.55 was turned over
to the Red Cross. _ _
Miss Luwanna Gerber attended
a birthday party Saturday night
at the Sacajawea park.
0. B. Dean visited Sunday with
Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Gardner. Dean
is a nephew of Mrs. Gardner
and is employed in Hanford.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Beasley
of Redmond, Ore., left Tuesday
for their home after visiting five
days with Robert's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. C. E. Beasley.
Mrs. Carl Johnson and daughter
‘Kathleen and Mrs. Merle Roach
left last week for Montana to visit
their parents. Mrs. Johnson and
‘Mrs. Roach are sisters. _ _
Mrs. J. R. Ayers returned Sun
day from Connell where she visited
a week with Mr. and Mrs. B. L.
- Mr. and Mrs. W. A Hobson of
Portland who have been guests of
Mr and Mrs. F. W. Brown and
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Brown have
located in Finley, and are now
living in the O'Hair house.
Janice Jewland entertained her
school friends with am Easter
lparty Sunday afternoon.
i The Ladies Aid of Finley will
lmeet with Mrs. Frank Volland
Wednesday, ,April 12th at 2 p.m.
. Bill Howard was taken to the
Pasco hospital Wednesday. He
is quite ill with pneumonia.
Mrs. Clif Nickels and daughter
and son of Spokane came Tuesday
night to spend Easter vacation
with her father and Mr. and Mrs
Fred Falque. Clif Nickles will
Join them over the week end.
Rev. and Mrs. Coan, daughter
and grand-daughter of Kennewick
visited at the Rev. Smith home.
Mrs. Rolla' Lanning left Monday
for Huntington to visit her daugh
ter Mrs. Gene Howard, who is
ill‘ with the ﬂu.
Mrs. George Taylor visit in Y ak
Mrs. Elmer Schmelzer. and son
of Vancouver and Mrs. Ray
Schmelzer and famin of Kenne
wick were dinner guests Sunday
of Mr. and Mrs. Carl—Walk
Jens Lande received word Sat
urday that his son Lt. Orin Lande
has gone over seas, and is now
stationed some where in North
Mrs. Bob Perkins who Visited
her son Bob and family in Seattle
also friends in CleElum and Yak
img returned home Seturday._
Carl Walk was a business visitor
in Prosser Monday.
Mrs. C. W. Brown Was hostess
to the Finley grange auxiliary
with fifteen members and four
The Russian city of Pskov which
is being mentioned in the daily
war news is one of the old cities
of Europe. It is not known how
old the town is beyond the fact
that it was inexistence in the ninth
century. It is located 'in a valley,
that from‘g’remote antiquity, has
been a trade lane between south
Europe and the Baltic coast. It
has a long, and colorful, and
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Hover and Finley Sunday
School's Join for Program
Hover— Hover Sunday school
will join the Finley Sunday schoo!
for their Easter program and a pot
luck dinner. _
Mrs. Chas Mills is very sick.
Mrs. Eudora Johnson and Mrs.
Smith from Finley attended Ladies
George Malles returned from
Portland hospital where he ne
ﬁeivgd treatment for an' infected
Mrs. Donnelly and two children
went to Yakima to spend the
week end with her sister.
Mrs. B. Smith returned home
from Portland yesterday after
visiting friends and relatives.
Mrs. Ayers returned home from
Connell Sunday after a weeks
visit with friends. , ~
Mr. and Mrs. F. N. Hensley and
house guests, Mr. and Mrs. Vic
Nelson of Prosser visited friends in
Mrs. Turpian from Salt Lake
City, spent last week end with her
daughter and son-in-law. Mr. and
Mrs- Hicks. They have an apart
ment at the Snow residence.
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_ Who Pays?
Your Property is expos
ed to loss by fire, wind
storm and other perils.
Who will stand the loss
when the property is dam
aged or destroyed?
You will unless you
have adequate insurance
to Day for restoring or re
placing the loss.
Insure NOW with this
Harold G. Pyle
215% Kennewick Avenue
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Peter and
two children of Seattle and Mr.
and Mrs. J . M. Sitton were dinner
guests at the Harley Peter home
' Local Odd Fellows are taking
care of the check "room at the
USO this week. E. A. Silliman
and A.A.Edwgrds served Monday.
Mrs. J. A. Schmotzer and son of
Portland. are spending the Easter
holidays with her parents, Mr. and
grids“ O. Humphries on the High-
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Open till 8:30 Monday Night. '
Finley Folks Visitw
Relatives This Wed:
Finley—~Mr and ml. 1
Masters and children H
Kenneth and Mrs. J. 3,
were visitors with Nhtlv.
the ween end in Walla w
Pomoi‘ny. Mrs. Gowing
in anemy to spend it“
visiting her mnther, Mn.
and the Masters family
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