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The Kennewick courier-reporter. [volume] (Kennewick, Wash.) 1939-1949, May 24, 1945, Image 3

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Good morning. .
Good afternoon. -
Good night.
Do you speak English?
Thank you-
You are welcome.
I will ask the interpreter to come
and explain it.
See how I do it?
Do it as I did.
That’s enough. . ‘
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Highlands Grange will meet Fri
day, May 25 at 8:30 instead of on
Thursday because of commuce
ment falling on that date. The
meetingwillbeinthenatureofa
memorial service.
Patrons are asked to note the
new opening hour.
Mrs. C. H. Meyers has been ap
pointed as head of the refreshment
committee replacing Mrs. Dehn
hoff, who resigned.
Mrs. Harry Higley, who has
been quite in the past week, is
much improved at this time. She
has been at the home of her moth
er, Mrs. C. H. Meyers the past
few days and now plans on spend
ing a few more days recuperating
at the home of her sister in Rich
land. /
Miss Elizabeth Story, who is at-
If you can’t see us dur
ing regular hours
Phone Kennewick 96
for an appointment
Consult Us For Costs
Made While You Wait
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ance of all kinds. Notary
Public.
SPORTLAND BLDG.
o. 11.. Highway
Kennewick, Wash.
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THE GROCERY STORES HAVE IT
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Kennemek Bakery
(Home - Owned)
StoreHonrs:9a;m.to6p.m.
(Daily Except Sunday)
Spanish In 10 Lessons. .nnfienae listed?
SPANISH PRON'UNCIATION
Buena: dias. ' BooAEN-os DEE-as.
Buenas tardes. BooAEN-as TAM-days.
Buenas Noches; BooAEN-as No-chays.
Habla usted Ingles? AA-blah ooS'l‘ED in-GLACE?
Muchas gracias. . Moo-CHAS gra-SEE-As.
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a explicarlo. pray-ta: hay VEN-ga ah ex
plee-KAY—lo.
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AH-go-la XOmoyo 10 may.
BAH-sub.
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Hagola como yo lo hice.
Basta.
tending Columbia University in
New York City plans on spend
ing her summer in that eastern
city. Miss Story is an honor grad
uate of Whitman College.
' Mr. and Mrs. A. St. Laurent of
Bremerton called on old friends
lon the Highlands last week. They
iwere Highland residents for
iyears prici- to moving to Bremer
‘ton two years ago. They are very
[happy in their new home but
‘both agreed it was wonderful to
be back in Kennewick for awhile.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry St. Laurent
and infant daughter have pur
chased a home next door to their
parents in Bremerton.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Crawford
were called to Coulee City Mon
;day by the serious illness of Mrs.
Crawford’s father.
3 Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Axtell have
‘sold their home on the Highlands
to A. L. Crow and son. Mr. Crow
Sr., plans to manage the farm for
ithe duration while his son is serv
ing as lieutenant in the Hanford
patrol. The farm was formerly
known as the Lampson place.
Mr. and Mrs. Axtell have moved
to Richland where Mr. Axtell will
‘be employed. \
Bill Knight of Carbett, Ore.,
spent the week end visiting rela
tives and old friends on the High
lands.
Mrs. Emma Giles wishes to an
nounce that the order of dish rags
long expected by the Woman’s
club has finally arrived. .
Mr. and Mrs. Powers, former
Highland residents have sold their
property in Idaho and are now
making Calif their home in Porterville.
Mrs. M. G. Clark has received
wordoftheseriousillnessofher
mother in lowa.
I Locust Grove
] Sgt. and Mrs. Joe Johnson ar
rived Tuesday from Louisiana for
}a short visit with Mrs. Johnson’s
‘parents, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene
Tyrrell. .
Wayne Smith was an overnight
guest Saturday of Jim Lat-kin.
Relatives of Neil Simmelink
Y 3/c, received word this week
that he had been transferred to
overseas duty.
Mr. and. Mrs. Budd Larkin en
tertained Saturday evenm for
Mr. and Mrs. Gene Pruett and
Mr. and Mrs. Bertie Tyne]! and
children.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Nicoson
and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Kramer
were guests Sunday of Mr. and
Mrs. Lyle Simmelink. -
‘Mr. and Mrs. Bertie Tyne]! and
family were Sunday guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Chet Washburn in
‘Hermiston. 1
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The Kennewick Valley Grange
will hold a war bond sale and box
social in the near future. The
plans and date will be announced
at the next regular meeting.
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SUINONS FOR PUBLICATION
No.
In he Superior Court 0! the State of
Washington in end for Benton County
JOSEPH 8. BATH. dhn
WESTERN FINANCE COMPANY.
I’lsintifl.
vs.
ARTIIUB 11. NORAN end LE'I'A INS!
HOBAN. hushnnd and wife. Defenhnts.
TIII STATE OI" WASHINGTON.
TO: the said Arthur 11. Koren. De
lendsnt:
You are hereby “handed to‘ npnesr
within sixty days ether the deb d the
first pnhliention of this summons. to
wit: within sixty dsys Iron and otter
Iny u. 1045 end detend the nhove
entitled setion in the nhove entitled court
and answer the eonplsint o! the pinin
titlendserveneopyotyonrn-wer
upon the W attorneys (or
phintiff at their office helo' stnted nnd
in use of your mm:- no to do 3m.
nentwillhennderedminstyonse
cording to the demand of the emphint
whieh hes heen filed with the Clerk of
snid Court.
The object of this action is to re
cover ”hi-ent mm the defendents
Arthanlorsnsndlaehlneslot-sn.
hnshnnd and wife and euinet the (ol
lowing duct-M ml pm. to-wlt:
Lot ‘B. Irina South at Kennewficl;
[m District and Mt o! w".
Kickball Pb: 8. according to plat
molded In Volume 2 of Huh. Pm
I. Beeord- of Benton County. Wuh
lam
and «(Meat than! by ode upon
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'l'mny s Blchlielll Semce Station
Complete Battery Service
Washing and Simonizing
Goodyear Tubes and Batteries
Phone Kenn. 3717 Cor. Wash. & Ave C
execution pursuant to Writ of Amh
mont heretofore levied against uld prop
erty. Including phlntlftl emu ind diu
buumenu Ind attorney (on.
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IOUL‘I‘ON O POWELL,
P. 0. Adam: Mum Benton
County. Washington. 8134-0-88
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