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8 Kennewick Courier-Reporter
Thursday, October 26, 1944
Dr. Schilling, former Episcopal
rector in Kennewick, now living
at Olympia, was a visitor here
Tuesday. leaving that night fox
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' 1 KEOLKER’S ' 1'
.THE CLOTHIEB
IN KENNEWICK
Democrat
for
State Representative
lfiih Dislricl
Endorsed by ‘
0 BUSINESS
0 AGRICULTURE
0 LABOR ‘
(Vote for Two)
Examine the record! Willlyour representative support
public power! Will your representative support the senior
citizen’s assistance program? Will your representative sup
port constructive legislation to benefit our returning service
mg": and women? I,\, by my record, am already pledged
to the furtherance of this program. On the _basis of this
fact, I hope that I may merit your support on November 7.
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*2 This smart suite 1s sturdlly constructed of
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LGVEIY “Tori We have several new numbers in dinner ware
Choose from round, 0 ' sets. We Wlll be adding more numbers as
long and oval shapes °° ' rapidly as posslble.
each Wlth ltS own .har- .
monious deslgn gilded
frame. Sultable for any I
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Little Stories
0! the Week
Pic. Virgil Persinger from Fort
Knox, Kentucky, is enjoying an 18
day leave with his parents Mr;
and Mrs. A. W. Pei-singer. l
- Al Henry, democratic candidate}
for the legislature, whose home is
in Klickitat, was in Kennewick
the first of the week in the inter
ests of'his campaign. He was a
guest at the Kiwanis club lunch
leon Tuesday noon.
Mrs. Zela Gravenslund, Mrs. Ella
Linn, Mrs. Lottie Lampson, Mrs.
Winkenwerder, Mrs. T. J. Boyd.
Mrs. Cora Reed were in Spokane
Tuesday where they were received
into the order of the White Shrine
of Jerusalem. Mrs. Jennie Mc-
Henry and Mrs. Elsie Walters,
members of the White Shrine were
also present..
Norris Shields, SM 3/c in -USN,
arrived home Monday for a two
weeks leave with his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Bud Shields on Auburn
Street. Norris has been at sea
24 months, has been 18 months
since he was in Kennewick. Mr.
and Mrs. Courtney Baze (Madene
Shields) accompanied him from
Klamath Falls, Oregon, he having
stopped off there for three days
with them. _ _ _
, Word has been received here
this week of the death of a former
Kennewick Valley resident, Mrs.
H. A. Seager. She will be re
membered as Mrs. Thomas Marri
ott. She passed away October 19,
1944 at the home of her daughter,
Mrs. Grace Updike in Port Orch
ard, at the age of 86 years. She
was well known in the Valley and
loved by all who knew her.
The Methodist women are hold
ing a rummage sale on Friday and
ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS
Notice is hereby given that School Dis
trict No. 17. Benton County. Washington.
hereinafter referred to as the "Owner".
will receive up to. but not later than four
o'clock P.M.. Pacific War Time of the 13th
day of November. 1944. sealed bids for the
award of a. contract or contracts for the
general construction work in connection
with a certain school building project lo
cated in the City of Kennewick. County
of Benton. State of Washington. Such
bids shall be received in the office of
School Superintendent located in the high
school building in the City of Kennewick
in said county and state. and shall be on
ened and publicly read at the above stated
time in the office of School Superintendent
in _such huilding. . .
Each bid must conform and be respon
sive to this invitation. the Information for
Bidders. the Plant. Specifications and all
the other documents comprising the per
tinent Contract Documents. Copies of the
Contract Documents are now on file and
open to public inspection in the office of.
Superintendent of Schools located at high
school building in the City of Kennewick.
Washington. and of Earl W. Morrison, Ar
chitecht. located at 719 Second Avenue in
the City of Seattle. King County. Washing
ton and may be obtained at the latter place
by depositing $50.00 for each set. This
deposit will be refunded if the set or sets
of contract Documents delivered are re
turned in good condition within ten days
after _the bid _opening. U)
Each bid shall be made out on a bid
form to be obtained at either of the said
offices in which the Contract Documents
are on file.
Each bid shall be accompanied by a certi
fied or cashier's check payable to the
Owner. or a satisfactory bid bond in favor
of the Owner executed by the bidder as
principal and a satisfactory surety com
pany as Surety. in an amount not less
than five per cent of the maximum amount
of the bid. The check or bid bond shall
be given as a guarantee that the bidder
shall execute the Contract if it be awarded
to him in conformity with the Contract
Documents and shall provide the surety
bond or bonds as specified therein within
five days after notification of the award
of the Contract to the bidder.
The Owner reserves the privilege of
rejecting asy _and all ‘bids or to waive
any irregularities or informalities in any
bid or in the bidding.
No bidder may withdraw his bid for
a period of 80 days after the date set for
the opening of bids.
HARVEY OWENS.
' Chairman of the School Board
Oct. 26. Nov. 2. 9.
Saturday this weekend and next
in the ladies parlor of the church.
KenneWick Highlands Women's‘
club will meet in the club house
at 2 pm. Friday, Nov. 3. The
theme of the program will be tu
berculosis work. Mrs. Robert Jo
hanson, executive secretary, Will
show moving pictures and discuss
the work as related to the Christ
mas Seal Sale which starts on
November 27.
Mr. and Mrs. George Gerards,
Sr., and son of Wichita, Kans.,
and Mr. and Mrs. George Ger
ards,jr. of Mountain Home, Idaho,
visited at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Joe Gerards. This was their
first trip “home" in 16 years. They,
with the Curt Gerards, spent the
week-end at La Grande with the
Ralph and Waldo Gerards fam
ilies.
S. E. Sampson, republican can
didate for the office of county
commissioner‘ from the Prosser
district, was here yesterday in
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the interests of his candidacy. He
formerly operated a store at Whit
stran. below Prosser and has since
retired. He is finding consider
able support' among the republi
'cans in this end of the county.
Voters in all parts of the county
vote on all candidates for this
office in the general election. al
though in the primaries they vote
‘only on their own candidates.
Mr. and -Mrs. Artnur Nicoson
and family. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph
Nicoson and family and Mr. Nico
son, Mr. and Mrs. Don Tyrell and
baby, Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Tyrell
and family. Mr. and Mrs. Everett
Tyrell and Nita all gathered Sun
day, Oct. 15. at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Eugene Tyrell for a
birthday dinner in honor of Pfc.
Clifford E. Tyrell, who was home
on a furlough from Ft. Bliss. Tex.
The 62nd semi~annual conve'n
tion of the Yakima Valley district
Federation of Women's Clubs will
be held in the Methodist church
at Toppenish, Friday. Nov. 3.
KENNE W I C K
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NOW—ENDS FRIDAY OCTOBER 27
CHARLES BUTTERWORTH
ANN CORIO
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THE SIILTAN'S DAUGHTER
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SUBMARINE BASE
with
John Lilel and Mal Baxter
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SUNDAY MONDAY, OCT. 29-30
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Rita Hayworlh
Ginger Rogers‘ ‘
and a host of others
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