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-.'. he Week
Miss Pearl Mooney, librarian at
the University of Washington. was
a guest at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Wm. Strickler this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Pierson and twO
children came from Detroit. Mich.,
last Friday to make their home
’in Kennewick. Mr. Pierson Will
be associated With the Washing
ton Hardware. Mrs. Pierson is
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. A.
Next Monday water in the Ken-
Vick Irrigaiton district System
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' The Storrs¢Schaeffer Co. tailors of the fa
mous Beau Brummel lme of fine clothes for
3 men announce thelr new Fall styles In all
‘:j‘w latest patterns and weaves. Mr. Wobbe,
-, .. actory representative will be in our store
August 30-31. Even though you may not be
hard to fit you should avall yourself of thls
opportumty to make a sele-ctlon from a Wlde‘
; vamety and have an expert flttlng. For those
who are unable to get In durmg regular
hours, we wlll be glad to make an appomt
-4; ment for Wednesday evemng.
‘ REMEMBER... .. .AUGUST 30-31 a
in Kennewick
i 209 Kennewick Ave. ~
3 Open till 8:30 Monday Evenings
New Electrical Equipment Store
The Unwersal
An ConchhonmgCo.
is Opening a retail store as soon as the building can be put up
on Columbia Avenue near the river
Complete Air Conditioning Units; Motors;
Fans; Cooler Boxes; Heating, Refrigeration,
and general electrical appliances; Toasters;
Hot Plates: Sandwich Toasters; Collee Makers;
Electric Extension Cords; etc.
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Anyone wishing electrical equipment immediately drop a line to
PD. Box 495 or Phone 2138
'will be turned off for a weed kill-i
ing. This is the Highlands sys
ltem only, the Columbia district
ihaving accomplished their clean
ling a week ago.
' Last week end a burglar broke
into the Arrow Grill through a
back window. He pried open one
of the table music boxes and
took out a handful of nickles,
.but apparently didn‘t find any
thing else portable.
Mrs. E. R. Smith and daughter
Janine have been visiting at the
K. C. Gifford home. Mrs. Smith
is Mr. Gifford’s sister and lives
in lowa. Mr. Smith is a captain
in the army, now on active dutyl
gin England. I
Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Silliman
were week end visitors in Mos
cow at the home of their son Ray
and family. Bay was home from
the service in Alabama for a few
days leave. .
Glenn Silliman. S 2 c. arrived
early Thursday morning for a 5-
day furlough with his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. E. A. Silliman. He has
been attending a navy school in
San Francisco and will report
back to Seattle. -
Joseph C. (Jim) Pratt, son of
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Pratt, gradu
ated‘from the naval air technical
training school at Norman, Okla-
Vhoma, and has been sent to San
lFrancisco where his mail is sent
in care of the Fleet post office.
I Mrs. Gladys Bolon, assistant
icounty agent returned this week
from a vacation spent on the Coast.
She was accompanied by her
daughter, Betty Ann, who is a ca
det nurse at St. Luke’s hospital in
Spokane. Mother and daughter
visited at the home of Mrs. J. H..
Gorton in Seattle, Mrs. Bolon’s
married daughter. On the return?
trip, they stopped at Camas to visit.
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. IL‘
Hill, former Kennewick residents.
The Hills are planning to return to
this part of the state as soon as
they can make the arrangements.
State Sen. Victor Zednick, re
publican candidate for lieutenant
governor, is in Kennewick today
in the interests of his candidacy.
He was a guest of the local cham
ber of commerce at the noon
Charles Duncan EMI /c has been
visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Tom .Duncan for the past two
weeks. Charles spent forty months
in the Pacific and has seen much
action aboard two different ships.
Officers of the Mountain Air
Methodist Youth Camp of Kenne
wick, acting for the Institute, made
a purchase this week of 100 steel
cots from the contracting firm at
Richland. The cots will be added
to the equipment in use at the
camp on the Naches Pass west of
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YOUR CAR will come
out “second best” if it
tangles with a telephone
pol-e. You will find the
repair bills are “plenty.”
ADD collision damage
(to your Comprehensive
Automobile policy) to
pay such losses.
Consult this Hartford
agency Now about com
plete protection for
your car.
Harold G. Pyle
PHONE 1231
215% Kennewick Avenue
5 room house. full basement. bath.
garage, good well. 3 acres. lots
of shade, just outside city lim
its. $3500, can occupy Sept. 10.
3 bedroom house, furnace, hard
wood floors. fine lawn. shrubs.
flowers, and shade, very fine
location, S6OOO, lé down.
Modern home, hardwood floors.
lots of builtins, 3 acres land in
city limits, $6300, terms.
6 room house on highway, good
sized lot,‘ cherries and grapes,
lights, water, bath, $2750, $1250
down. -
200 front feet on Highway in‘city
‘ li‘mits, fine view, SISOO.
Nice home, 3 bed rooms, large
screened porch, new garage,
large lot, furnace, stoker, air
conditioner, new electric range,
water heater, very fine location,
;S7OOO, terms. Can occupy in 30
2 acres in Garden tracts, large
house, another small house,
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10 PPM. mm m: ’
. - ~ Last April. as you resember. we announced a°"rate dividend"
to all our electric customers. in the tern of individual checks for
‘ > approximately one-half oi’ their average monthly electric bills. The -
total alount. all over the PPH. system. was 0300.000.
low we are glad to notity you that another rate dividend check
sill be mailed to you as soon‘ as possible after the and or Septenber.
It will make a total oi’ 0600.000 of savings to our customers during
1944—the equivalent of a lull month's electric service free. ' ‘
' It has been our wartime responsibility to supply errioiently
every need or the military establishments. the industrial plants a
a . ' and the civilian population on our lines. Naturally. this abnormal
demand for power! has increased our total voluae of business.
I . With the approval or the Washington Department or Public Service
and the Oregon Public Utilities Commissioner. we feel that the fairest
’ possible way to share the revenue tron this extra business. while it
lasts. is to distribute these "rate dividends". .
The cost or electricity in hoses on the PPM. system is about
half or the national average. These two rate dividends reduce it about
84/31 further for 1944. As a taxpayer. you will be gratified to know
that we have paid constantly increasing taxes while reducing rates. and .
that we have never drawn a dollar or subsidy tron your public treasury.
Your Business-Managed Power System
_ - Open Seven Days a Week-J a.m. - 9pm.
346 Ave. "E" Easl---0n the Highway
gnome“: OUTFI'I'I'EBS run THE mam
smnms ND'I'IONS _
large garage, barn, chicken
house. garden ’and pasture, lots
of shade and lawn. in city lim
its. SSOOO.
Very fine country home. near in.
5 acres asparagus, furnace. fire
place, large basement, very mod,
ern. S6OOO. terms.
60 acres, alfalfa and pasture. 3
room house, water, lights. good
well, $4500, 11, cash.
20 acres. some alfalfa and aspara
gus, 4-room house. barn, chick
en house, garage. lawn. shade.
few fruit trees, $2500.
10 acres, Sunnyside, Wash.. aspara
gus, pasture, alfalfa. 2 bedmom
house, S4OOO.
20 acres, mint. asparagus. grapes.
5 room house. good well. gar
age, barn, will take good trailer
in trade and give terms on bal
ance, $3300.
Have 3000 acres wheat land for
Fine business block for sale in
Have buyers for small acreage.
Business building on Kennewick
Ave. income $225 per month.
Rnxy Theater Phone 2‘82
Notary Public
Kennewick Wash.,
WANTED: Married man to work
on 20-acve ranch. House fur
nished. see Earl Amdt after 6
p.m. and Sunday. 231 No. Wash
ington St. 23p
FOR SALE: New Hampshire Red
fryers. K. R. Hastings. Turn
left at road opposite golf course,
go south to last house on right. 22p
FOR SALE: Registered pane-bred
Chester White brood sow and
pure-bred Chester White weaner
pigs. Call 2131, John Gravenslund.
WANTED: Good electric portable
sewing machine. Will give good
price: Mrs. Leo C. Eldhardt. Box
321. Pasco. "
Kennewick Courier-Reporter 5
Thursday. August 24. 1944
ROOMS FOR MEN: (.‘lose to busi
ness and bus terminal, 112 First
Ave. East. 21c
FOR SALE: New house. furnished
or unfurnished. new electric
stove. refrigerator and water heat
er, 14 Monroe 51.. Records Addi
tion. Kennewick. ’
FOR SALE: Mint rower. t'resno,
irrigation valve, small heating
stove. $3 springs. hens. peaches.
grapes. lots. 4% acres with 2 hous
es in city. .I. Winemiller. 539 Ave
nue F. ’
FOR SALE; Tree-ripened prunes.
‘ Hale peaches, for canning; ready
now: pick yourself. bring contain
ers; first place west of the ceme
tery in Kennewick. C. Williams 23p
FOR SALE: ’4l Tréilrite 22 ft.
trailer. oil drum, 5 gal. can. ex~
tension cord, etc.; located in E rik.
son’s trailer camp south of wash
room. Priced for quick sale. $1095.
F. A. Clune, Erikson's trailer camp,
C Ave., Kennewick. ‘

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