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The Kennewick courier-reporter. [volume] (Kennewick, Wash.) 1939-1949, August 30, 1945, Image 5

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[hut-idem August 30, 1945
Implement Tire
aiming Ends;
Validate Stamps
Farmers who need new farm
implement tires may now buy
them without ration certificates,
as rationing of all farm-imple
ment and industrial type tires
ended August 20, 1945. Truck
tires and passenger car tires re
main rationed, and farmers who
use truck or passenger tires on
their farm equipment must con
tinue to apply to their local War
Price and Rationing Boards for
purchase certificates.
“We were advised by the War
Production Board that ample sup
plies of all sizes and types of farm
implement tires including tractor
tires, and the types used on var
ious kinds of industrial equip
ment are now available to meet
requirements, so we are removing
them from rationing," Mr. Cohn
said.
“We are particularly happy to
be able to lift all ration restric
tions on tractor-implement tires.
Farmers have cooperated with
their local OPA Boards through
out the rationing program, de
spite the fact it was often neces
sary for them to apply for tires
during their busiest seasons. We
are deeply appreciative of their
understanding and help. The con
servation measures they took to
lengthen the life of their tires
h greatly in making what
supplies we had, go around.”
' H . ITALIAN PRUNES
Ceiling prices for fresh Italian
Prunes, F. O. B. the shipping point
will be the same for the 1945 my:
as for the 1944 crop, OPA has
ruled. The prices are intended to
permit growers to obtain an aver
age of $76.43 a ton.
STAMPS VALIDATED
Five more red. stamps in War
Ration Book Four will be good for
the purchase of rationed meats,
fats, fish and dairy products on
Saturday, September 1, the Office
of Price Administration announced
today. ‘
The new meat-fats stamps are
Ll, Ml, Nl, Pl, and 01. They are
being validated for the usual four
months’ period—in this instance
zfleptember 1, through December
Each of the new stamps is worth
10 points, making a total of 50
meat-fats points coming into use
the first of the month. .
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Broscomedydnma.“koughly Speaking: with Donald Wonk Ahnl-lale.
State Bee Inspector
Here Week of Sept. 3111
Mr. C. L. Hodges, State Bee In
spector will be in this area, the
week of September 3. He asks
that everyone who has bees; from
one swarm to hundred, be sure
to register them at the County
Extension Office, Kennewick, so
that he will be able to contact
all beekeepers.
Mr. Hodges headquarters will
be at Hotel Pasco, and bee owners
can find him there if they wish
any special help with their prob—
ems. ‘
FAMILY REUNION
It’s been a busy and happy
time at the Earl Magelsen’s and
Ralph K. Jordan’s. Two members
of their families occasioned the
gathering of the clan. Edith Mag
elsen and Ralph Jordan welcomed
their young brother Olin Jordan
home, 'from nearly three years
with the Air Force in England.
Lt. Glenn Wohlers, brother-in-law
of Dorothy Jordan is home again
too, after serving with the 7th
Service Fleet in the Pacific. He
has been re-assigned to San Fran
cisco and reports that he, his
wife and young son reached a
cabin on Market St, in San Fran
cisco just as V. J. Day was being
celebrated. He said that war in
the Pacific was not much more
noisey or dangerous. ,
HAMBURG!!! FRY
7 United Spanish War Veterans,
‘Camp No. 28, and Auxiliary No.
‘23 had a hamburger fry Friday,
August 24th at the home of Com
rade and Mrs. Ridley, 823 Kenne
wick Ave., Kennewick. Out of
town guests were Comrade and
(Mrs. J. H. Schurr of Walla Walla.
There were 26 present. Chinese
Checkers were played in the even
ing following the supper.
VISITING 111 EAST
Mrs. Don Solberg is visiting her
grandfather in Williston, North
Dakota. She went to Spokane
and drove back with her parents.
Mrs. Solberg expeets to return
sometime next week. Mr. Sol
berg’s sister, Vesta Solberg, is
staying with‘ him while Mrs. Sol
berg is gone. Miss Solberg is
from Portland.
NOB HILL NOTES
Milton Roper 'has purchased
some ground out by the golf club
where he intends to build a shop.
Miss Betty Jean Nelson, daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Nel
son was married Monday eve
m.
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Hack, Ray
and Delores, Mr. and Mrs. Jeff
Atwood enjoyed a birthday din
ner at the Eagle home in honor
of Delores, Ray and Ha’zel.
Ray Hack visited Sunday eve
ning at the Joe Kuh home out
by Finley.
Mr. and Mrs. Scott have com
pleted work on their new home.
Rodney Sam, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Dorsey Sam, announces on
KPKW, the local radio station.
BENTON
SINGING SHERIFF—For light
entertainment Singing Sheriff is
a good-natured satire on the horse
opera. Crosby sings several songs
and Fuzzy Knight adds his usual
brand of comedy.
On the same bill Pathe presents
A fateful Week In History: Atom
ic Bomb: Russia Wars On Japan.
ROUGHLY SPEAKING A
comedy drama of married life,
charmingly acted and filled with
heart-warming interest. It’s a
chronicle of understanding, cour
age, tolerance and ambition as
applied to married life. It moves
swiftly and there isn’t a dull spot
in the entire film.
THE KEYS OF THE KING
DOM—Thirty million people read
the book. “The Keys" is a great
picture of an heroic person- her
oic in his devotion and self-sacri-‘
fice to the humble and oppressed.
The production _as a whole is
scaled to an impressive standard.
I ”Finley Holes I
Benton County Pomona grange
will meet Friday, Aug. 31st at
2 pm. at Kennewick Highlands?
grange hall. This will be the‘
first meeting since May. 1
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kessler‘
and Mrs. Edith Tyle of Long
Beach, Calif., and Mrs. A. Mash‘
ers of Kennewick were week.
end visitors at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Virgil Masters.
A. L. Hampton and twin daugh
ters Shirley and Florence of Wem
natchee were visitors Tuesday and?
Wednesday of Mr. and Mrs. Wm.
Hampton. ‘
Finley Ladies Auxiliary will
meet Wednesday, Sept. sth at 2
pm. with Mrs. Bob Perkins. All
ladies of the grange are invited.
T/5- Fred E. Lande of Fort
Bliss, Texas, spent the past week
visiting relatives here.
Mrs. Irene Hughes received
word this week of the death of
her brother in Spokane. ‘
Charlie Moteney of South Shore,
S. Dak., is visiting with his fath
er C. Moteney this week. This
is the first time in thirty-five
years Mr. Monteney has seen his
son.
'l'he Finley Clothing club met
at the home of Evelyn Weather
man, August 15th. There was a
discussion on shampooing hair,
gag-dim to their reporter, Alice
Mr. and Mrs. George Deines
andtheirsonandhiswifert.
and Mrs. Clearance Deines who
are visiting his parents and other
relatives returned Saturday nignt
after visiting relatives in Nebras
ka. Pvt. Deines has been sta
tioned in Italy for the past eight
months and is enjoying his fur
lough. He will report 'to Santa
Ana, Calif., September 2nd.
. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Lande and
son Billy who spent five 'days
visiting relatives‘ and friends in
Vancouver and Portland returned
home Monday.
‘ Mrs. Lottie Lampmn and her
ldaughter Theo, Mrs. Naomi Mills,
and Alice Marie Ash of Kenne
.wick and Mr. and Mrs. Duane
Ash and Betty Ann Lande were
dinner guests Tuesday evening of
Marjorie Paulson at the home of
E. Sherry. They all attended
a theatre party after dinner.
Finley grange met Friday night
with 48 members present. Bob
McCalmat received the first and
second degrees. It was announcedw
that the Finley grange auxiliary‘
will meet with Mrs. Bob Perkins
on Wednesday, Sejt. sth at 2 pm:
This will be the first meeting
since May and all the ladies of
the grange are invited to attend.
The Finley first and second de
gree, team will go to Kennewnck
Valley Friday night, Sept. 7th
to put on the degree work. The
young peoples club of the grange
gave the program. C. G. Whit
ney will act as janitor to fill out
the rest of the year. Lunch was
served at the close by George
Taylor, Mrs. Lola Fredricks, and
Mrs. Clark Smith.
Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Lande were
dinner guests Tuesday evening at
Ithe George Taylor home.
CLUB HOLDS ELECTION
The Alma Circle met Monday
for a dessert luncheon with Mrs.
P. 0. Stone. Election of officers
was held. President Mrs. C. F.
Winkenwerder, Secretary and
Treasurer, Mrs. R. E. Reed. Of
ficers going out are, Mrs. R. Q.
Macmahon, President, Mrs. H.
:3. Oliver, Secretary and acting
Treasurer. Bridge honors went to
Mrs. R. E. Reed.
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