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. Our company stores in Walla Walla But you don’t I'9" to 89'0“ wst m A s I
fiflgggtion: and Spokane are in keen competi- - of town. Our prices are Iden- e e “to “pp y
tion with other chain stores. . tlcally the same! Olav I. Otheim, Authorized Dealer
Mm‘“ for Award
jugs Jean Thornton. Pullman
junior. is the winner of the Dan
forth foundation scholarship pre
gated each year by the Dan
torth Foundation and. the Ralston
Purina company. Miss Margaret
Snith of Kennewick was chosen
as alternate on the award. The
winner receives expenses for two
weeks in St. Louis and vicinity,
and two Weeks of leadership train
ing at the American Youth Found.
aflon camp on Lake Michigan,
The purpose of the award is to
up college home economics stu
dents to enlarge their horizons,
to broaden their contacts, to make
decisions, and to assist them in
finding positionS- The program
course consists of courses in “Four
-4016 life and four-fold develop
ment.” “Ethics and Attitudes,”
“The Idea of God,” “Thinking
Through a Life Philosophy,"
“Horizons,” and “Life Essentials."
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Yes, victory in Europe is wonderful news, but we still have a
war to win in the Pacific. This is no time to'let down and take
things easy. .
2 The Washington Motor Coach system realizes that it must
continue to provide vital war transportation, and intends to stick
to this important job. ‘ '
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Let s all carry on to complete victory. Let’s buy more War
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Bonds. Let’s work harder. Let’s give more blood to save hves.
Let’s stick to the job and finish the job!
. KENNEWICK
Commerclal Hotel Phone 2561
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Universily Announces Discovery of
Fuel from Waste Malaria! ~
A $12,000 appropriation from
the Washington State Planning
Council to the Forest Products
Laboratory at the University of
Washington, and two years of in
tensive research which the fund
made Mble, have resulted in
discovery of a new chemical pro
cess for commercial utilization of
sulphite liquor, formerly a
“waste” product in the making of
wood pulp. ‘
In announcing the new dis
covery, Dr. Bror L. Grondal, pro
fessor of forest products at the
University, pointed out its tre
mendous potentialities for North
west business. .
One of the maim- results of the
new process is development of a
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completely new kind of fuel
’which has the heating qualities
of wood and looks like finely
cracked coal. The new duel is
extracted from the suiphite liquor
in the form 01' a heavy, insoluble
“fuel precipitate’ and‘ can be
ground from its original granule
form into powder for blowing into
furnaces or pressed into lumps
or logs of any size.
Professor Grondal and his as
sistant, Major Henry W. Berger,
an expert fermentologist, have
also evolved a method or produc
ing butyl alcohol trom the sul
phite liquor. This discovery is of
great important to the plastics
and synthetic rubber industrh be
cause it means a new, p
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source of butyl alcohol when
formerly these induct-ice have had
to rely on production of alcohol
from molasses- ,
The new process also has ire
mendous importance for the dairy
farmer for, in producing the new
butyl alcohol. it also produces
a new sources of yeast fodder.
The yeast produced is high in
nutritional value and vitamin
content, and is chemically pure.
It can even be used in the home
for baking and by the commercial
baker, Professor Grondal said.
One of the greatest boons ,of
the discovery of commercial uses
for the“‘waste" from wood pulp
isthatitwillgofartowards solv
ing the lluton problem caused
by dumpmg the waste from mills
into the Pacific Northwest waters.
Professor Gmndal and Major
Berger said that their process re
sults in a sufficiently high yield
of materials to make it extremely‘
advantageous to industrialists
from an' economic point of View.
Application has '-already been
made for pants for the new pro
cen.
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Regnlar price 5995
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