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Little Stories 0! [he Week . . .
Dr. Gillis with his wife and
daughter snatched a long ' week
end vacation in Spokane..
Mrs. H. Gihring of Walla Walla
spent the weekend visiting in the
home of her two sisters, Mrs.
Lydia Stickel and Mrs. Christine
Nueman. She was honored with a
family dinner party held at the
home of Lydia Stickel. Mr. and
Mrs. Edwin Nueman also attended
the family dinner.
Bob Neuman spent the weekend
in Seattle, where he visited with
his sister, Ella Nueman.
Mrs. Mark Brown and Mrs. J.
X. English spent the weekend in
Seattle. '
Mrs. Nelson Williams, who has
been a Kennewick visitor for sev
eral months left ,Tuesday for her
home in Seattle. Mrs. Williams
was one. of Kennewick’s pioneer
settlers. 7 _ -
Mr. and Mrs. J. [H Gorton and
family of Seattle visited at the
home of her mother, Mrs. Gladys
K. Bolon over the weekend, en
route to their new home at Kal
tspell, Mont., where Mr. Gorton
will enter the serveice. _ ‘ _
Mrs. Gladys Bolon attended the
graduation exercises at St. Luke’s
School of Nursing, Spokane, last
week. Mrs. Bolon’s daughter grad
uated with the class. A _ _
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Mr. L. E. Keithly of Long
Beach, Calif. left Wednesday after
a two weeks visit with Dr. and
Mrs. Benjamin. Mr. Keithly is. a
brother-in-law of Mrs. Benjamin.
Dr. and Mrs. Benjamin and Mr.
Keithly of Long Beach visited Sun
dy with Lois Keithly who is a
patient at. Blue oMountain rsani
torium at Walla Walla.
Mr. and Mrs. Barton Sheri: of
Aberdeen and Mr. and Mrs. E. H.
Sherk and daughter Mrs. James
Weidner of Olympia are visiting at
the home of their mother Mrs. G.
W. Sherk and sister Mrs. E. S. Mc
Donald.
The Past Noble Grand club of
Kennewick and Pasco met in Pas
co Monday at the home of Beulah
Myklebost with Lila Clemens as
sistant hostess, with 12 members
present. Election of officers wasl
the main business of the meeting
with Emma Higley being elected!
president; _Ada Culver vice presi
dent; Electa Peterson, secretary;
May Lucas, treasurer. After the
business meeting, sewing and ra
dio pinochle was the entertainment
of the afternoon with first prize
going to Emma Higley, second to
Ada Culver, door prize to Sara
Kelley. Dainty refreshments were
served by the hostesses. The
next meeting will be at the home‘
of. Effie Holbrook in Pasco withl
Pauline Crawford assistant host
ess.
Don Grimshaw left Sunday for
Yakima to visit his brother, Mr.
and Mrs. R. F. Grimshaw and as
sist in the grocery store there'
during the summer. ‘
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Grimshaw
and daughter Jessie returned Sun
dy after spending the week end in
Portland and Goble, Oregon with
relatives and friends. Mrs. Grim
shaw’s nephew, Roy Thomas, re
turned home with them.
Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Ruffcorn,
Mrs. Geo. Stovall and Mrs Thelma
and children of Walla Walla and
Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Ruffcorn of
Prescott spent Memorial Day at
the J. W. Grimshaw home.
Mrs. Robert Siegfried left Thurs
day for Bremerton to visit her
mother. She will be joined there
by Lieut. Siegfried and return to
Kennewick later in the month.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Benson of
Portland were recent guests at the
J. H. Siegfried residence. Mr.
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'Wanted 1
ru It or ers .
DONOT HESITATE FOR LACK OF
EXPERIENCE
Experienced supervisors will instruct and ' '
. help you
Cherries should start about June tenth or
slightly before. depending on the weather. The
prunes will be commg in during August.
Modern equipment to work on under Fluor-'
escent lighting. Regular hours during the day,
except to save loss of fruit in an emergency.
REGISTER NOW
at the office of the '
I I '
Yakima Fruit Growers Ass n.
319 Y Building Kennemck
Benson is the brother of Mrs. Rob
ert Siegfried, who with her young
son is here visiting from Washing
ton, D.C.
J. .H. Siegfried is in Portland
this week on business.
Pink 8; Green club will meet at
two Thursday, June 14th at 119
Date street with Mrs. Opal Mom
ei'g'éd Visiting Rebekahs are in
vl .
‘ The Kennewick Bridge club will
meet at Mrs. J. K. Bockius’ home
on June 13 at one o’clock.
Tommy Simmelink, Margaret
18mith, Frances Perry and Mar
jorie Mcßeynolds returned from
Pullman'Friday where they spent
the year as students at WSC.
Mr. and Mrs. M. Simmelink,
Leona and Tommy were‘week end
.visitors in Spokane and Spring
dale. -
A group of friend met in the
park last week and had a picnic
lunch honoring Norris Shields, vis
iting in Kennewick. Those present:
Mr. and Mrs. F 4 R. Gragg and
sons Robert and Mendel]; Mrs.
Rosa Shields, son Gary; Mr. and
Mrs. John Maxwell, daughter Ve
da; of Richland; Mr. and Mrs. Earl
Reymore, daughter Margaret;
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lampson; Mr.
and Mrs. John Bottomley; Mrs. Al-
Sonderman and children; Mrs.
\ ern Foraker and children; Mrs.
Madéne Baze and daughter Vicky
and Mr. and .Mrs. B. H. Shields,
parents of Norris. .
Norris Shields, Sm2/c in USN,
left Saturday to report back to his
ship after a 10-day leave, spent in
Kennewick. '
Mrs., Rosa Shields and son Gary
were Friday evening dinner guests
of Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Shields.
Friends of Mrs. Jennie Plough
man Phillips received word of the
irecent death of Mr. Phillips. Mrs.
‘Phillips will be remembered as the
homer Mrs. Jennie Ploughman of
Kennewick. After her marriage
to Luther A. Phillips Sr., she made
her home in Los Angeles,
Miss Sylvia Mullen, who has
been visiting her cousin Mrs.
John Bottomley returned to her
home at North 'Bend, Wash. on
Wednesday.
» Vince Sim’s have moved to {Eek
farm for the summer and v 9
rented the home on Third ave
nue to Lt. H. A. Crawley, of
Thomaston, Georgia.
Mrs. E. F. Reese is seriously ill
at her home on Kennewick ave
nue. -
Mrs. Boise, who fell and broke
her hip has been moved to the
Deaconess hospital in Spokane.
Mrs. James Halverson of Pasco
has moved in with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Vinson while
her husband is in the service.
Mrs. L. L. Kratzer is leaving
today to spend the week end with
her son, Lt. Wm. Kratzer and
family in Seattle.
Sixteen young people of the
Methodist ~ Youth group will at
tend the .Valley Youth Rally at
2i?“ Sunday afternoon and eve
. 3.
Mrs. Royce N. Coan and infant
son arrived Wednesday night from
Bloomington, Innd., and will make
their home with Royce’s parents,
View and Mrs. John B. Coan of
Kennewick. Royce is in Italy with
jthe Army Air Corps. . ‘
HUGE RADIO MARKET
A postwar market for 60 mil
lion home radio» set: is foreseen
by Westinghouse, judging by. a
recent extensive survey. A de
mand of such proportions will
keep the industry at peak pro
ductionlfor ‘six years.
ORDINANCE I'o. 418
An ordinance establishing the
place for serving penalties for
violation of ordinances of the City
of Kennewick.
The City Council of the City
of Kennewick does ordain as fol
lows: -
Section 1. When any person
shall hereafter be convicted of a
violation of any Ordinance of the
City of Kennewick, 'and as a re
sult thereof, shall be required to
serve a term of imprisonment,
such person may be imprisoned
in the City Jail of the City of
Kennewick, or in the discretion of
the Chief of Police of the City
of Kennewick, such person may
be imprisoned in the County Jail
of Benton County, State of Wash
ington.
Section 2. The expense of con
finement of city prisoners in the
County Jail shall be a charge in
favor of Benton County and
against the City of Kennewick,
and shall be paid upon vouchers
presented by the keeper of said
jail, stating the name ot~the pris
oner and the cost per day for the
imprisonment of each person so
confined. -
Section 3. This ordinance shall
be in full force and effect five (5)
days after its passage, approval,
and publication in the official
newspaper in the City of Kenne
wick. '
Passed by the City Council this
sth day of June, 1945.
Winifred Campbell, CitylClerk
lailspproved this sth day of June,
J. C. .Pratt, mayor.
Approved as to form
Kenneth E. Serier, city attorney.
194 gate of publication: June -7,
ORDINANCE NO. 41.
‘An Ordinance of the City of Ken
. nowich. Washington. specifying
and adopting a plan or system
for the construction of certain
improvements and additions to
the municipal storm and sani
iary seweragb system of osaid
city. declaring the animated cost
thereof as near as may he. pro
viding- for tho‘ issuanu and sale
of sewer revenue bonds in the
sum of' 825.000.”. to pay for
part of ‘tha city's share of the
com of said system. ero
aiing (special fund for the pay
ment of said hands. providing
and other details thereof. and
authorising the construction of
said system. '
The City Council of the City of
Kennewick Does Osdain as
Follows: '
' Section 1. That the following de
‘scribed plan or system for the
construction of additions to and
improvements of the combined
storm and sanitary sewerage sys
‘tem of "the City of Kennewick,
Washington, is hereby proposed,
specified, and adopted,. to-wit:
That the said City of Kennewick
lay, construct and install the fol
lowing trunk sewers and all man
holes, wyes. and appurtenances
necessary to construct an inter
cepting trunk sewer line from
the intersection of Washington
Street and Avenue “B” to the
Columbia River, with additional
laterals in Washington Street, the
sameto belocatedinandalong
the following named highways
and streets in the City of.Ken
newick:
AnßinchtrunksewerinWash
. ington Street, beginning at a
point approximately 450 feet
north of the intersection of
? Washington Street and Avenue
“C”, and theme southerly along
..Washington Street approxi
mately 450 feet to the intersec
* 1383 of said street with Avenue
’An 18 inch trunk sewer from
the intersection of Washington
‘ Street with Avenue “C” from
‘ _Avenue “C” to Avenue “B”;
lAnlsinchtrunltsewerfrom
} the intersection of Kennewick
Avenue East with Washington
Street, along Washington Street
to ‘ Avenue “B”.
An intercepting trunk sewer
line described as follows: A
30 inch sewer along ° Avenue
“B" East and Avenue “B” east
extended from Washington
Street in' an easterly direction
a distance of approximately
3600 feet; thence northeasterly
a distance of approximately
800 feet to a point near the‘
north section line of Section 6,;
Township 8 North, Range 30,
E.W.M.; thence northeasterly a
distance of approximately 265
feet to a street on the right bank
of the Columbia River; .
A 24 inch outfall sewer hne in
the Columbia River running
northeasterly a distance of ap
proximately 400 feet.
That the estimated cost of con
structing such system, including
all materials and the necessary
labor, rights of way, and incidental
expenses, is hereby fixed, as near
as may be, at the sum of SBO,-
400.00, of which, mtguntnmooong
will be psi y e an 0
Community Facilities of the l-jed
eral Works Aency of the United
Sites of America. The remainder
ofsuchcostwillbepaidfromthe
proceeds of the sale of the revenue
bond issue herein prouded for,
and from the AVENUE “3’ SEW
ER Fund of the City of Kenne
wick, as heretofore budgeted and
provided for, provided, however,
lthatifthe actual costof the said
25'!!! W“ comma-3mm
system upon completion, as de
termined by the Commissioner of
Community Facilities, is less than
the estimated amaunt set forth
above, the amount which will be
paid by the United States Governo,
ment shall be reduced to an
amount which bears the same ra
tiotothesaidactualcostasso
determined as the amount of :40...
000.00 bears to the said estimated
cost of $80,400.00.
Section 2. Said City does hereby:
propose, specify, and adopt as an
integral part of the plan for con
structing the above described. ad
ditions and improvements to the
existing Municipal sewerage sys-1
tem and for the purpose of payingl
part of the cost therefor that it
shall issue its sewer revenue bonds
in the principal sum of $25,000.00,
bonds numbered 1 to 25, inclusive,
to bear interest at the rate of 1%
per cent per annum, all of said‘
interest to be payable semi-an
nually upon the first day of June
and December of each year. Said
bonds shall be dated May 1, 1945.
and shall be in denominations .of
$1,000.00 each and shall be num
bered from 1 to 25 inclusive, and
shall be payable solely out of the
gross revenue of the Municipal
sewerage system from a special
fund hereby designated “Kenne
wick Sewer Revenue Bond Fund,"
and shall mature serially in order
of their numbers as follows: ‘
December 1, 1947—32,000.00
December 1, 1948—3100000
December 1, 1949—8230000
December 1, 1950—3100000
December 1, RSl—s2,ooo.oo
December 1, lam—sl,ooo.oo
December 1, 1953—81,000.00
December 1, 1954—41,000.00
December 1, 1955—3130000
December 1, 1956—51,000.00
December 1, 1957—:1,000.00
Deceinber 1, ”Slß—sl,ooo.oo
December 1, 1959—3130000
December LEGO—SI,OOO.OO
December 1, 1981—31,000.00
December 1, lona—sl,ooo.oo
December 1, INS—SI,OOO.OO
-' December 1, ”(M—sl,ooo.oo
December 1, mos—sl,ooo.oo
December 1, m 00—41,000.00
The City of Kennewick hereby
reserves the right to call any or
all of said bonds in inverse nu
merical order on any interest pay
mentdateonoraftersevenyears
from the date thereof. Notice of
such call shall be given by publi
cation of a notice thereof in the
official City newspaper, or if said
city does not have an official
newspaper, ing newspaper of gen
eral circulation within said.city, at
least thirty days before said call
date. Interest on said bonds so
called shall cease upon the date
named. , . .
All of said bonds, principal and
interest, shall be payable at the
office of the City Treasurer of the
City of Kennewick. Washington.
in lawful money of the United
States, solely out of gross revenue
of the Municipal sewerage system
of said sity.
Section 3. Said bonds shall be
known as “Kennewick Sewer
Revenue 1, Bonds, 1945,” and shall
be in substantially the following
form:
No. —— $1,000.00
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
STATE OF WASHINGTON
CITY 01" KENNEWICK
’ KENNEWICK
SEWER REVENUE BOND, 1945
KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE
PRESENTS: That the City of Ken.
newick, Washington, for value re
ceived, hereby promises to pay
tobeareronthefirstdayofbe
cemt ber, 19—, the principal sum
0 .
ONE THOUSAND DOLLARS
with interest thereon at the rate
of 1% percentperannum,pay
able semi-annually on the first
days of June and December of
each year, upon the presentation
and surrender of the annexed in
terest coupons as they severally
become due. Both principd and
interest are payable in lawful
money of the United States at the
office of the Treasurer of the City
of Kennewick out of the special
fund known as “Kennewick 194,6
Sewer Revenue Bond Fund” cre
ated by Ordinance No. 419 of said
City, which fund is to be drawn
upon for the sole purpose of pay
ing the principal and interest of
this issue of bonds. .
This bond is one of an issue:
of sewer revenue bonds in the
total principal sum of $25,000.00,
\issued pursuant to said Ordinance
No. 419, for the purpose of pro-‘
viding funds for the construction
of certain improvements and ad
ditions to the Municipal sewerage
system for the City of Kennewick,
Washington, and is payable solely
out of the gross revenue of said
“YE“EQWQE- - _ -
The City or Kennewick has re
servedtherighttbcallanyor
all of said bonds in inverse nu
merical order on any interest pay-
Royal Canning Company
'. .of Utah, '
Kennewick, Washingtofi
low Buying Cherries
PHONE 751 '
ment date on and after seven
years from the date hereof by
publication of a notice of such
call in the official city newspa
per, or if said city does not have
an official newspaper. in a news
paper of general circulation in said
city, at least thirty days before
such call date.
Said City hereby agrees with
the holder of this bond that it will
keep and perform all the covenants
in this bond and in said Ordinance
No. 419 authorizing the issuance
of the said revenue bonds and cre
ating such sewer revenue bond
fund, to be by~ it kept and. per
formed. and does hereby irrevoc
ably obligate and bind itself to
set aside and pay into said fund
from the gross revenues of the said
sewerage system and all addi
tions thereto. and pay into said
fund by the 15th day of each
month an amount equal to at least
1/ 12th of the combined principal
and interest payments to be made
during the next succeeding 12
months in - which there are any
bonds of this issue outstanding.
Said amounts so pledged are here
by declared to be a prior lien
and charge upon the gross reve
nues of said sewerage system and
all additions thereto, prior to all
other liens and charges. except
ing the necessary charges for
maintenance and operation of said
sewerage system. .
.’ The City of Kennewick further
binds itself to establish and main
tain rates for sewerage service
which shall provide sufficient
revenues to permit the payment
into said ‘lund of the sums which
said city has pledged to be set
aside for the payment of the
principal and interest of this bond
issue,andalsotopayalltheex-
Ipenses of maintaining and oper
ating said municipal sewerage
system until such bonds have been
paid in full.
It is hereby certified and de
clared that said bonds are issued
pursuant to and in strict com
pliance with the constitution and
laws of the State of Washingtcn.
and of the ordinances of the City
of Kennewick and all acts. condi
tions and things required to be
done precedent to and in the is
suance of this bond have hap
pened, been done, and periormed
as required by law.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF. the
City of Kennewick, Washington.
in caused this bond to be signed
y its Mayor and attested by the
City Clerk. and its corporate seal
to be hereto affixed, and the an
nexed interest . coupons to be
signed with the facsimile signa
tures of said officials on this Ist
day of May, 1932. __ __
CITY or men.
‘ WASHINGTON
. By: J.C.PRA'I.'I‘.
moor
Attest: wmmn cmam
€13.09"?
The interest coupons attached
tothesaidbondsslunbeinub
stantially the‘followinz tom:
No.-—-7—; ‘ 3——
On the first day of —,
g—, the (3g of Kainewick.
ashmgton,’ m bearer
at the office of the City Treas
urer the sum of $— in law
ful money of the United States
from the special fund of the said
city known as “Kennewick 1m
Sewer Revenue Bond Fund." said
sum being the semi-annual inter
estduethatdateonitssewer
revenue bond date May 1. 1945.
numbered -—-—.
CITY or max.
WASHINGTON
' By: J. C. PRA'l'l'. Mayor
Attest: WINIFRED CAMPBELL
City Clerk
Section 4. Said bonds shall be
signed by the Mayor and attested
by the City Clerk underthe seal
of the said city, and each of the
interest coupons shall be signed
with the facsimile signatures of
said officials.
Section 5. That there be and is
hereby created a special fund to
be known as “Kennewick 1945
Sewer Revenue Bond Fund,”
which fund shall be drawn upon
for the sole purpose of paying
the principal and interest of the‘
said sewer revenue? bonds. From
andafterthedateofthesaid
bonds,aslongasanyofsaid
bonds are outstanding and un
paid, the City Treasurer shall set
aside'and pay into said fund by
the 15th day of each month an
amount equalto 1/12th of the
combined principal and interest
payments to be made during the
}next succeeding twelve months in
‘which there are any bonds of this
issue outstanding. Said payments
shall be made solely out of the
gross revenues of said sewerage
system, including all additions and
extensions thereto.
The City of Kennewick hereby
agrees that in addition to the
amounts already pledged in the
next preceding paragraph of this
ordinance, it will also pay into
said “Kennewick 1945 Sewer
Revenue Bond Fund" as soon as
possible out of the excess revenues
of said sewerage system, after all
charges for maintenance and op
eration and hon}a services have
been paid, the a itionai sum of
$2,000.00. Said sum shall be used
for the sole purpose of paying
the principal and interest of these
bonds only if the payments into
said fund as provided in the next
preceding paragraph of this or
dinance are insufficient to pay
said principal and interest as the
same shall accrue. Said city fur
ther pledges and agrees that it
will continue to pay into said
fund out of the excess revenues
from said sewerage system,
amounts sufficient to keep said
surplus amount in the minimum
sum of $2,000.00, provided that
when said surplus amount is suf
ficient to pay the principal and
interest of the bonds of this issue
then outstanding, that no further
amount need be paid into said
fund. The gross revenues from
said sewerage system are hereby
pledged to such payments which
shall constitute a charge upon all
such gross revenues prior and su—
perior to all other charges what
soever excepting the necessary
charges for maintenance and oper
ation.
Section 6. The City of Kenne
wick hereby covenants and agrees
with the purchasers and holders
of these bonds as follows:_
That the City will keep proper
books of account in accordance
with the uniform system of ac
counting for public utilities, and
the city agrees to have its said
books of account audited annually
by independent qualified and com
petent public accountant» Copies
of such audits shall be promptly
filed with the original contract
purchaser of said bonds. Said City
further agrees that at any time
after tom-five days following the
close of any fiscal year the City
iwill furnish upon request to the
jpurchaser of these bonds and to
any hondholder a copy of the
balance sheet and profit and loss
statement of the sewerage system
asoftheelosecfsuchfiscalyear,
and the income and expenses
thereof for such year, including
the amounts paid into the bond
redemption fund. and the amount
remaining in such fund at the
close of such year. Said City fur
ther agrees that any hondholder
shall have the riflrt at all reas
‘onable times to inspect said sew
erage system and all records and
books of account of the city per
taining thereto. and that each of
the above mentioned audits shall
show whether or not the city has
in all respects performed and
complied with the covenants set
forth in this ordinance with re
spect to. among other things. the
payments into the bond redemp
for, the efficient managunent oi
the said system. the maintenance
of sufficient rates tor the pay
ment of costs of maintenance and
omfimandbmdmnnd
the taping of in books of ac
eoun
Section'l. Itiaherebydeclared
by the corporate authorities of the
City otKennewiekthatln the
creation otmchapecialtund-aa
in this ordinance provided said
authoritieshaveexerciaedduene
gandtothecoatotoperationand
maintenanceotaaidaewerageaya
temand intheirjudanont the
revenues derived from the said
systelnwillbesuflicienttomeet
all expenses of operation and
maintenanoeandtoaetasideinto
gfiundtheamountshereinape-
The City otKennewickcoven
antandamtonndwithflae
holders of each and every one of
snidbondsintheeventnichbonds
oranyportion thereofbeiuued.
to maintain in good condition
and operate said sewerage sys
tem. nndtoeshbflnhendlndn
tainsuchrateetoreewernseeerv-
ioeuwinpmvidemflidentreve-
nuetonroducethegmunevenue
requiredtomeettheobuntionsot
saidcityashereineettorth. The
said City of Kennewick further
covenants that it will promptly,
byordinenceottonneppmedhy
Preston, Thorn-Imam. Turner.
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Thursday, June 7 “0
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of Seattle. Washington, 9M \
rate ordinance for the “My.
service to be furnished by the.“
sewer system.
Section 8. That the sale of“
bonds to the Chas. N. Trippcm
pany of Purtland. omm .
agreed upon by said comm“
the Council of said City on "in
5. 1945. is hereby in all M
xatified and confirmed. The“.
porate authorities of the cu,“
Kennewick are hereby authm
and directed to take such 9W
ings and to do all things a M
be necessary for the com
of said sewerage system, for”.
issuance and sale of said M
and for the creation of a fund“
pay therefor, all as herein M
vided.
Section 9. This ordinance M
go into effect five days from "I
after its passage. approval, m
publication in the official new
paper of the City of Kennewu
PASSED by the City Coundlu
the City of Kennewick this a.
day of June. 1945.
WINI'FRED mm
C!
APPROVED this sth ”4%
June, 1945. ‘
J. c. PRATT. Mm‘
Approved as to Form:
KENNETH E. SERIER
City Attorney
Date of Publication: June 7, m
,fi‘
SUUUONS BY PUBLICATION
No. 7770
In the Superior Court of the 8m”
Wagnnmn. In and for the Con-fig
' oft} Wlnhmson and M a. n
llama. lan-land and wife. Edam ‘
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Lillie Roth. John Doe Roth. Huge. a.
name in unknown. husband and wife.“
ard Ilntner. the unknown heirs of "In
Both. if deceased: the unknown heinq
John Doe Roth. whose true naming
known, if deceased. the unknown kind
I}. B. Williamson. deceaaed; the nah...
ereditore of E. B. Willialneon. M;
aleo all other peraonn or parties when
mmé‘f 'é‘u.’ warm *"
n e rea in
complaint herein. Defendente. ‘
The State of Waahinnon to the 11.
named defendante: Lillie Both. John b.
Both. whoaetrne nameienlknewmh.
hand and wife. Leonard liaiener. lb.
known heirs of Lillie Roth. if deem;
the unknown heire of John Doe I‘,
.12" mm " “H"? 'wm...‘ m
on ere o . .
dooeaeed: the unknown creditors of 11.
William-on. deceaaed: also all oihc p
none or partiee unknown obi-i
right. title. estate. lien. or “mm:
reel estate deecrihed in the m
herein. defendents:
You and each of you are W
moned to appear with aixty he fl
day of the firet publication of chi .-
mone. to-wit. within eixty deye ah.
7th day of June. 1965. and defend .
above entitled action in the clove I“
court and anewer the oomphint dfl
plaintig. and nerve a copy of mate-I
upon underaicned attorney
tiffe at hie offloe below about:
cape of your failure no to a. do
will be rendered mine! M
the demand of the complaint whi
been filed with the clerk of eaid
Mohdaetofthieaetionlehcfl.
titleto real property altnated in the“
ty of Benton. State of Washinuon. M:
Went half of eouthweet am of *
north. ranee twenty-four ( lM' i
All of eeetion twenty-five (m. I.
I‘llzl‘p’ out: ‘B‘ north. range m
North half of eonihwut «an! I
northweet quarter of eeotioa m
(86). W, nine (weltaoflh. 111
twenty-four “It. . 3
Northwest quarter: and Summe
her. all in eeetion thirty (80). “a
ellht.'ill'.north. ranee teem-flu
not. one (1). two (11. three (0);:
fonr (0. block one (11. BM!
tion he the Town of Pro-er. new.”
plae thereof recorded in volume 1 d ,
page 58. swords of eaid county:
Northw-terly u feet 1 he: ‘3
“has (17) Ind m (1”.
“”41" (08). Town of Pruner. “I
in: to plat thereof recorded in V“
of plate. pane 1. records of eaidmlfié
Lou one (11. two (that-mo"
font (0. ”Wk mu”. 4
M. M!!! P “d
indvdnnrwl of plain. veee 1. M,
ear oon :
note fifoeen us) and sku- (
“'3 *3" WW mm“ ”'3"
no In: D
uméof plan. pen 1. mail"
won : ‘
Loin bur (0 and five (I). M”
tv-three (a). Town of PM“ ""fl
toplatthernofreoordedinveln-ri
phu, I. mofI“ fl ;
Lola nlne (O) and ten (1”
so feet of lot eleven (11); M
five (:5). Town of PM- a
plat thereof recorded in volume 1 V
page 1. records ofaaid county: " ‘
Loin five (5). I“ (5" m
eight (‘8). hlockhtteréhflol. Town 4 h
accord 111 to D 9"“ renal“
mlofphmmlvm‘ j
co‘gilwéf section twentY-thm (I)
ahip than (3) north 1““
(24). east. W. I" in the DU
against the defendants and ea?he
herein, and to eecure a dame“
tiffe are the aaolute one“
property. U
LEB SNYDER. l
miggpm Office new: H h?
Building. Walla Walla. WM“

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