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Pomona Acts on‘ (WA; Munayßill I ‘ ' Benton County Pomona Grange met at 10 am. with Beuna Vista January 12. All the new officers for the year were present except treasurer and one executive com mitteeman. The count in the fore noon was 79 including two visitors from Outlook in Yakima county. All Granges in the county were represented except Rattlesnake. The chaplain reported the death of Brother Allard. The lecturer called attention to her material which is available to all lecturers in the county. The Home Econom ics chairman called attention to and explained the state and coun ty Contests for the year. The luncheon cloth contest in our county will be held at Horse Heav en in April. At the next Pomona meeting at Finley there will be a doughnut contest. There will be two divisions—raised and cake doughnuts with two prizes for each division. Four resolutions were presented and acted on as follows: , To petition Congress to take prompt and favorable action to ward establishment of a CVA for area drained by the Columbia riv-: er. Approved by the legislative committee and report accepted by the Pomona. To favor a full time employ ment of all those who wish to en gage in gainful occupation and an economy of plenty in both indus try and agriculture and endorse the principles of the Murray Bill.‘ The committee asked for time to look into the matter further and' report at the next meeting. That several persons be appoint ed by the Pomona Grange of Ben ton, Franklin and Walla Walla counties to make a determined ef fort to contact Dr. Shadid and per-‘ suade him to come to our com-_ munity for a series of lectures on the Ihis 'Ol pto b? 3?“? cars, expenses p on of the general funds of the three Pomonas. This was carried. To petition the Grange Insur ance Association to insure alfalfa' hay at full value was approved. . The Pomonas of Kittitas, Frank lin, Benton and Yakima counties are asking the Federal and State government to set up a Marketing News Agency in this area. There will he a meeting at Yakima on January 19 at 10:30 am. for the purpose of trying to establish such an agency at Yakima to report farm prices as well as F. 0.8. prices ‘ on important farm produce here and throughout the district served. 1 Service should cover fruits, ber- . rles, Vegetables and truck crops grown on a commercial basis. p OnJanuaryzstherewillbeay meetinginthecourthouseatPros-l' ser concerning wiring for those to . soon have electricity. ~ . Attention was called to the Ex- : tension Service broadcast at 1:30 ‘ :3. Monday. Wednesday and Fri- For the Women’s committee re port Mrs. Warner of the Kenne- .1 wick Highlands Grange gave a talk a on her recent visit through fifteen 1 states .and spoke especially on the ; conditions in the Ozark mountains. _BachMasterint:heeountyisaskedl ‘12?!" YOUIEERRY‘NG I ‘77 l‘ Moxsswcms (‘ NO\N_A-DAYS w PM Prono -0100 he 1...” as v: - mun-rug summon W ”dummy-Moan 0““. . WILLARDCAMPBELL Dunn. FARMERS AUTOMOBILE lmf"r 'NSURANCE Exo:h(lngc won nixmsams POLICY ran ° Rudy-Mix Concretg CEMENT SAND _ Plaster Sand Gum CENTRAL SAND & GRAVEL CO. Cl]! . M Pﬂsco PM PM “I MATS--GROCERIES I Always Plenty of Parking space ' Open 9 am. to 9 pan. every day except Thursday ! COLUMBIA MARKET i ! FLOYD HODGSON, Prop. 1 _ AVENUE c 3 Bob Backs Drive Bob Hope. National Chairman oi the March of Dimes Veterans‘ ind Servicemen's Division. is ral iying his legions of radio listeners ‘or a smashing victory in the lanuary 14—31 appeal of the Na ional Foundation for Infantile x’aralysis. to appoint some one from his Grange to work on the Women’s Committe with Mrs. Bolon. The names are to be given to her so the group may go over the sugges tions submitted by the members at the November: meeting. _ __ ‘ ' Reports of the subordinate' Granges show a steady growth in! membership and Grange activities. 4 Ten dollars was voted to the. “March of Dimes” fund. _ i A rising vote of thanks was given Buena Vista for its splendid hospitality. The next meeting will be Februaxy 9 at 2 pm. at Finley. The Master requests all the ofﬁcers to be there at 1 pm. for practice. Highlands Grange Has Busy Meeting Highlands Grange met Thurs day, January 9, at the clubhouse. Worthy Master C. E. Ridley gave the obligations of the first and second degrees to Mr. and Mrs. Ole Herrud and Mr. and Mrs. P. P. Meverden. Frank Lampson gave an en couraging report on progress of th new Kennewicl: Irrigation Dis trict. Lampson was also appoint ed chairman of a committe to work on the naming of the roads and the marking of the same on the Highlands. Carl Mayer was present after a long absence in the service. Readings by Andy Slaybaugh and Mrs. Reymore formed a part of the entertainment. A grand march with handshaldng to find a treasure was one of the stunts. It was announced that the Grange Auxiliary would meet at the home of Mrs. Harry Sand berg on February sth instead of the date previously announced. A social lunch followed the meeting. .' . . . . Bichland Club Now Operated by Layman ' Bill Layman has recently pur ichased the Richland Club from Mrs. McGinnes. Mr. Layman also owns the Midway Billiards and “532”” %“”°"n‘-"£”°°umnl-' i. nep ew, .- ' _ managing the Club' for hm . R. L. Layman hails from Seattle and plans on making his home here after school is out and he can transfer his children from Seattle schools to the local schools. 31.8011“)le HOT DOG! The electronically cooked hot dog is on the way. A robot will produce it, wrapped in .g warm ‘split roll, a few seconds after in sertion of a coin. Steaks ‘C'hobs’. : DINNERS LUNCHES Club Breakfasts CLUB CAPE Open 6 am. to 2 Mil. ; 415 Avenue E > A! the Sign at tho } 368 or cums Millard and Johnson Club Cafe Operators Millard and Johnson, new pwn ers of the Club cafe, plan a long stay in Kennewick as business partners. Mrs. ‘Johnson is quite well lmown around the town. She tor merly cooked for the Arrow Grill. She has had a great deal of ex perience with mtaurants. Mr. Millard, the other half in this partnership, is from Wyoming, where he had much experience in hotel management and cafes. Mr. Mde is also quite a family man / \ll \’ E D ' .1” & E / \E . E .II ,1 e ' - -overs' I §§ NOL ef t .! . «Q THIS IS NOT “VICTORY” FURNITURE—ALL GOOD USA BL E MERCHANDISE ALL. SPRING CONSTRUCTION SOME ARE FLOOR SAMPLES OTHERS OFF COLORS SOME SLOW MOVERS WE NEED THE SPACE FOR FRESH, NEW MERCHANDISE—BUY NOW & SAVE. 'j; 1;. is There are many olller liens I‘} __, W, uE .. . maddlhonlo those. % 3%” ’mW . \\ V advertised SEE a _S» a" W : HT. en T ’mxﬁe};w“ ‘ ~'--gw~“~”~‘“‘ tm,4 i. E 3:1}: ren....» i. nnu don'! “on 1‘ E; h 3".” .‘l' ~§ 'I’IL: ‘2: -- (sf/w: ' ‘ ,/ '43:? .1: It' A e. ~‘\“‘\ . _ , '. L- . ,1 ~ “ . nsx ran 11'! ‘ “\E r” -. SWING nocms. m nnmos Onlyl2 inthis group—Damask, Cre- ' __ ~_. E at“ Four left in this group—all different tonnes, Velour and Tapestry covers—as- " " \Mr’ ’s’” 13,.“ styles and colors—inst the thing for that sorted styles and colors—spring eonstruc- _ \‘ff %‘ g - 3 Pl 3! room or extra bed double spring tion. ' ' ' I . '. - \lﬁ i '3‘ "‘ ' j . construction. Were .. . . $24.95 to 358.” J \ M! ' Were .. . S 1“! to $110.63 new . . ..sms to $49.95 _ E 4 low .. . . sms lo mas! ‘f‘~\ """“"E'"‘""""““' V . ff"; Solid oak Dinette Sets are practically off I l \ ' ‘ \ ‘ H ' ' the market, We have three sets left in three dif- ~~ '\ \ “\A ferent styles and finishes—two have upholstered -~ N s \1? seats. Canbensedineitherkitehenordinette. \\\ \ ‘\. i. . \~\ Table,fonrchairsandextension leaf. . . . r \y ‘ \E . ' " b \“/ f 3 - \\\\\\!E "m aoo a. a mom .0 m ‘ 1‘ k \3”/< _., :‘I E uwmnm _' A 316, R 00“ _,...... a ‘ , ROI-LI“!!! m 1 '* 1:5! «1' a?» 4 cI. . - t F Anmsomnonamymmq Almost everyone needs ‘ As: ' “ plete with fluffy hem-filled mattress. AI ‘7l morestoragespaee. Hereit ~ f, 3‘ extrahedinahnrry,whenyouneedit...E is in a roomy form-drawer. .5, :2 g V ' folds up and rolls away out of sight whﬂ ”imam“ “WWW“ 4 E§ E 1: 13 notinnle. Limitdnnmherinstoek. struction. Finished in maple E ; . ' 01' walnut we’ve 801 d dozens ’fDl% g} ' we” ooao oo o e we“ 2 of these. ‘ w " ' ' - 1 Were - $19.50 I ' I I l°""""""msi - '' ' BUN-KT BEDS” _;__________.. now a o o 0 $1535 Full single:size and made of red maple. Can be E \ 2:? 1:31? beds; also complete wrth safety rail as: You can” ‘ WE SPECIAL ORDER - ‘ WE SELL ON MONTHLY PAYMENTS W‘NDOW “3:111:11 :ND Were '''' '° ' ' 531'" Sal ASK ANY or OUR SALES PEOPLE. VENE 'ﬂnwOOOOOOOO-Om&' ~ “mm” Carl ber '5 mm" mus or Imm . ‘ g as he has a daughter going to school here in Kennewick and two sons in the service. I Bureau of Reclamation !Shows Need of Land 1 Reclamation is needed in the western United States. Statistics of the Bureau of Reclamation show that in the area receiving un der 10 inches of precipitation there are 153,000,000 acres; from 10 to 20 inches about 588,000 acres; 20 to 30 inches; 314,000 acres, and a limited area on the west coast and in the high mountains receives more than 30 inches. The dltﬂculty isthattheraininthearidregions does not come when needed dur ing the growing mason. 820.000.000 m 3 annual-1 The television industry already has spent more than $20,000,000 on research and is ready to provide more than 350,000 jobs which never previously existed . FLUORESCENT FOR mounts Fluorescent lighting apparatus; for subway trains, street cars, “'01" ley buses and other public transit vehicles is being developed. 1 7 General Auto Repau BODY AND FENDER WORK Painting Welding Satisfaction Guaranteed Roper's Auto Repair Across from Golf Course Thursday. Jung: 1' ”g .