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Kennewick Courier-Reporter:
Thursday, September 28, 1944
Bill Grafmiller
VIOLA SIGMAN-THUBSTON ‘
Viola Sigman - Thurston was
born September 19th, 1881, and
departed this life September 20,
1944 at the age of 63 years, 6
months and 1 day. September 27,
1916 she was united in marriage
with Walter J. Thurston of Blue
Hill, Kansas, where they lived for
tour years. In December, 1922,
they moved to Kennewick. To
this union two daughters were
born: Mrs. Nellie Moore of Benton
City, and Mrs. Cora Haste of
Kennewick. At the age of 18 she
joined the Baptist Church. She
leaves to mourn her widowed
lnler-Cily Bus Company
NEW CITY SCHEDULES
3fl-minuie schedules lo Pasco.
lrom 11:45 a.m. lo 8:45.p.m.
Hourly service to Pasco via Parkview Trailer
Homes, Pasco Hospital, USO, Parkside Trailer
Homes.
Hourly service to and from Green Homes ‘Ad
dition,!Records Addition and Parkview Homes
in Kennewick leaving Commercial Hotel
12:25 p.m. to 9:25 p.m. .
A FULL WEEK OF TOP HITS AT
BOTH THEATRES! _
Gala Opening Program
"A MODERN THEATRE FOR
A PROGRESSIVE COM
- MUNITY"
Now Thru Saturday
HAD SUCH ANGELS!
" but Fred has in the
year’s most hilarious
musical triangle!
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3 Stooges
husband, two daughters, her step
mother Mrs. Henry. Sigman, Hot
Springs, Ark.; two sisters: Mrs.
Rettie Keith of Umpire, Ark., and
Mrs. Maggie Welch of Chikashaw,
Okla.; three grandchildren, and a
number of nieces and nephews.
Funeral services were conducted
by Rev. R. B. Holden at the Muel
ler funeral home September. 22,
1944. Interment was at the River.
view cemetery.
Two nephews, one niece and
one grandniece: C. C. Lester Keith,
Mrs. P. G. Short and daughter of
Wenatchee were down for the
funeral.
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NEWS
TWO MILES WEST OF KENNEWICK, THEN WATCH FOR BIG SIGN “PLAYLAND” AND TURN RIGHT V" MI.
and his "BHY'HM KINGS" featured
every Wednesday - Friday - Saturday
FOR RENT: 2 room furnished cab
in, no children. F. E. Sands, Tel.
12642. . _ 26c
FOR SALE: Team good work
, horses and harness, wt. 2800,
rreasonable. Nat Witt. 26-28 p
BRICK 'and STONE Roll Siding
on hand at Standard Lumber
Co., Kennewick. 21tf
WANTED:— Capable cashier at
Safeway store. Apply to man
ager. 261:!
FOR SALE: Alfalfa hay in the
shock $lB a ton. Paul Pasche
Phone 2762. 26c
FOR SALE: Horse and saddle
John Ferguson, Rt. No. 2, Vista
Station. 26-28 p
FOR SALE: One standard tent
10x12 white canvas, practically
new. Jim Shaw, Foote Camp. ‘
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The Ladies Auxiliary of the Car
penter’s local will meet every
first and third Tuesday in Room
No. 2 in the Union Hall in Pasco.
Carpenters’ wives are urged to
attend the meetings. “
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FOR RENT: Two room house
partly furnished. West High
lands. Al Morgan. 26p
FRUIT JARS: New ball Mason,
complete 50c per doz. while our
supply lasts. Farmers Exchange!
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:FOR SALE: Rome Beauty and
‘ Winesap apples; bring own con
tainers. Mrs. Wm. Hansen; Rt. 2,
South and west of cemetery. “
NOTICE: The parties given at the
Locust Grove Grange Hall are
[strictly private. By the Committee.
[ 26-27-28 p
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NOTICE: The parties given at the
Locust Grove Grange Hall are
strictly private. By the Committee.
26-27-28 p
LOANS: Sales financed on auto
mobiles, trucks, and house trail
,ers. Personal Loans. United Fi
nance Co., Second floor National
Bank of Commerce Bldg., Phone
821. Kennewick. 17tf
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s ‘53 SHARE!
/ 1‘ {I Help Save
gr GRAPE
\‘ CROP
EVERYBODY can help in
this important war job! Men
and Women, you are needed
urgently to process grapes
for 30 days, starting about
Sept. 15, at the Church Plant
in Kennewick. Good pay,
experience unnecessary.
Saving our food crops is
vital to ¢Victory! Sign up
NOW at your nearest US.
Employment Office or at the
Church Plant in Kennewick.
Authorized referral required.
6 II II B C II ' S
Grape Juice Co., Kennewick
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LEVELING - BASEMENTS
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Concrete Blocks - Brick
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Contract Hauling
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RA Y COL LE Y
1021 W. Yakima Stu Pasco. Wn.
55' From S3OO to $5,000
'l', On Autos, Trailers, Stocks,
w Diamonds and other
approved security
4;: Low Rates
P;- Past and Courteous Service
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1;" CHECKS CASHED
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: MONEY (Saunas ISSUED
1 good anywhere in U.S., Mex
; T ico and Canada, at less than
‘ postal rates
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"- OFFICE HOURS
. 9to 9 Daily and Sunday
TERI
Office in Kennewick
' Bates’ Trailer Camp
on the highway
Avenue C. near Wash. 8:.
PRUCHASE IS NOT PROHIBIT
ED OR ‘FROZEN’: Contrary to
common opinion and rumor, the
purchase of lumber for necessary
purposes is NOT prohibited. Al
though buying habits are more
closely controlled, restrictions re
main about the same as they al
ways were. Standard Lumber Co.,
Kennewick. 21tf
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SHOWING a new line of Ladies and genu
lE-jewel Wrist Watches. priced from 837
and up. A large line of Gold Expansion
bracelets. 83.50 and up. Bauer: Jewelry
WM
WE SPECIALIZE IN in auto and
trailer insurance,- nationwide
claim service. Harold G. Fyfe
agency. 51tt
FOR SALE: 18 acres of heavy
choice land, 1 mile south of city
limits, south Washington St. Fully
equipped, good buildings, 5-room
house with bath, very reasonable.
P. A. Peterson, Rt., City. 26-28 c
MUST SELL ON OR
BEFORE OCT. IST.
Make offer, 660 ft. Hiway
frontage, approximately 250 ft.
deep. Located with 3 running
springs, electric pump, two cot
tages, one completely furnished,
including electric refrigerator,
lumber for another cottage or an
addition. Have contract with
state to level property soon, also
80 rabbits and hutches, sell one
or all; 1 mi. east of Richland
“Y”, J. A. Purifay. 26p
E l. E C T - -
EARL S. CO I:
‘ STATE SENATOR
’ “Your friend and neighbor” '
“OLD ENOUGH TO KNOW——YOUNG ENOUGH TO DO” '
a x v SUNDAY. MONDAY
f, OCTOBER 1-2
BROUGHT BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND
KENNEWICK WASHINGTON
___—__— GABY COOPER
NOW ENDS FRIDAY SEPT. 29 GEORGE RAFT
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PLAYLAND
FOR SALE: Electric master, set
dishes. laying pullets and triers,
chest drawers, bath scales, cool:-
ing utensils, 2 cows, hay. other
misc. articles copper boiler. Call
2463 Mrs. Wm. Knight. _ *
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FOR SALE: Apples, Delicious,
Rome Beauties and Winosaps.
now ready. Please bring your eon
tainers, W. M. Frazier. west of
Cemetery. 26-28 C
LOST: 6 mos. female red Cooker
"siéhiél, "c‘fiiidi-Ezi'g’ 'pet, reward,
Apt. 176, Parkview Apts. 26p
ate
an Interest R
0“.”“‘ The Bquluhlo plan 3mm the are o!
intent: on your swings; You know what
your lam wil be in advance, and you
. know when you will get it.
SAVINGS .::. ASSOCIAI'ION
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--'l‘. LYLE 3MB]!
Local Investment Representative ‘
l 7 Lyle Street Phone 30811
MILK MEN WANTED
POST-WAR FUTURE
Many Advantages Now
Must be over 21
Apply 4-6 p.m.
MORNING MILK
Richland
Those in essential industry
need not apply 26H
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ask a mi
“Look out below!”
WILL YOU have to
for repairing the d
age to your ear caused
a falling cornice, or an
ject. tossed from a
ing?
COMPREHENSIVE
Automobile Insurance”
ers such losses. as well.
many other perils bes° _.’
fire, theft and plate ""
breakage. .1
Harold G. Pyle
Agency
PHONE 1231
215% Kennewick Ava-é
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ATTENTION
MOTORISTS
We have complete servia
and experienced mechan
ics to take care of your
car or Pickup
cm or wm. or am-
Garland - Coylv
Oldsmobile 00%”:
Phone us mu- w I
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