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The Kennewick courier-reporter. [volume] (Kennewick, Wash.) 1939-1949, June 06, 1946, Image 3

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Wan Hal Holmes, who
had 0011th proposals ready to
W feed shortages in the
”51% again presenting the feed
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” the secretary of agriculture,”
bhe mom “I suggested that com
was moving more freely on the
mark“, and that shipment west
W ”rely needed to save im-
PM domestic and agricultural
“mung I" assurances that com
would be assigned to Washington
as ”on as it 18 available, Con
gem” Holmes also proposed
that early harvested wheat in
W and Oklahoma could be
sent to deficit areas to be made
up law- by wheat from later har
vest M- .
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ital of tbousands of «lawful —it’s my business to serve you better.
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. [lard Commercial Club. Bob spam conscientious service that will insure your steady
36¢ Ballard Boosters" Ball Club, belong: patronage. We want your business. '
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‘l'Searfle of t Mfr," a?“ Pug“ Mobilgas Dealer you are helping support a local.
’ ‘ “ma" "K“m’m" independently-owned business . . . the kind of
small business that helps make Ameriea great.
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immediate stringency,” Holmes
argued. “The secretary seemed
very receptive to the idea,” he
continued, “and I hope we can
work out something along that
line and do it immediately. The
whole thing will hinge on avail
able wheat in any area of this
country. This is one of, the most
serious problems our state faces
and I am doing everything I can
to alleviate the situation.”
Mr. and Mrs. William Nunn and
Eva Rose and Mr. and Mrs. Har
mon Wilcox and Beverly June
were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Or
val Butterfield Monday evening,
May 27. ' _
Mrs. Dean Judd was hostess
Sunday evening, May 26, for a
bridal shower in honor of Mrs.
Seth Montague. Many lovely and
useful gifts were showered on the
honoree.
Sunday evening, May 26, young
people met and elected officers.
The following were elected: Ron
ald Nelson, president; Byrla Ba
fus, vice-president; Eva Rose
Nunn. secretary; Jettie Wilcox,
treasurer; Harmon Wilcox, recre
ational leader; Alice Judd, song
leader. The sunday meeting was
planned to start at the church
at 7:30 p. m. Shortly after the
meeting a weiner roast was plan
ned. All young people of Hover
and parents were invited.
Mr. and Mrs. Rex Ashby are
visiting at the home of their
daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs.
John Nunn.
Mr. and Mrs. S. S. McHenry of
Kennewick were visitors at the 0.
11. Butterfield home Saturday
night, May 25.
Miss Dorothy Mclntyre of Ken
newick visited at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Clifford Judd Sunday,
May 26. ‘7
. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hampton
were visitors in Yakima Saturday,
May 25._ -
Mrs. James Harper and daugh
ter Joy of Dike, Oregon, were
recent visitors at the Harry Hamp
tox_l_homeAthis week.
Mr. and Mrs. George Bafus and
daughter Beryla were visitors at
the H. Wilcox home Saturday
night, May 25.
Mrs. C. H. Butterfield drove to
Walla Walla on business Friday,
May 24.
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FAMILY REUNION
The C. G. and B. J. families of
Kennewick joined other relatives
Memorial Day in a- family reunion
at the State Park at Waitesburg.
There vrvfre 57 people in attend
ance, all lated. Several members
of the family live in the Lewiston
area. This reunion was an annual
event that had been called off dur
ing the war and this was the first
since the war.
From Kennewick the group in
cluded the families or Mr. and
Mrs. Arthur Campbell, Mr. and
Mrs. Willard Campbell, Mr. and
Mrs. Jim Stone, Mr. and Mrs. Har
ry Oswalt and Mr. and Mrs. Floyd
Woodruff.
An ordinance providing for the
issuance of emergency warrants
for the payment of the expenses,
salaries, maintenance and opera
tion of the City Health Depart
ment, and for the payment of a
damage claim, and declaring an
engrgengy. _ __ _ _ __
will; City Council of the City
of Kennewick does ordain as fol
lows: , _ ,
‘ Section 1. That in order to pay
for the salaries, maintenance and
operation of the following named
departments, and the expenses
thereof, and to pay for the settle
ment of a damage claim duly filed
against the City of Kennewick,
which by resolution the City
Council has agreed to compromise
for the sum of $300.00, the ex
penditure of SBOO.OO will be re
quired, and that an emergency ex
ists which could not reasonably
have been foreseen at the time
of making up the budget of the
City of Kennewick in October of
1945, in that additional expendi
tures not foreseen have been re
quired and will be required during
the balance of the year 1946 from
the following funds, towit: ---- _-
City Health Department ....$500.00
Damage Claim, current
expense - 300.00
Total ........................SBOO.OO
Section 2. That an emergency
be and the same is hereby de
clared to exist, requiring the issu
ance of emergency warrants for
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ORDINANCE NO. 441
the expenditures in the funds
above set forth and that the proper
city officials of the City of Ken
newick be and they are hereby
authorized and directed to issue
emergency warrants to pay the
expenses of the departments of
the City above provided. That
said expenditures shall be on
proper vouchers presented and
approved by the duly authorized
representatives of the city of Ken
newick.
Section 3. That the City Treas
urer be and she is hereby author
ized to pay such emergency war
rants issued for the Health De
partment, as provided above, from
the War Liege)! Tax- mutt _ __
Section 4. This ordinance shall
take effect five days after its
passage, approval and publication
in the official newspaper of the
City of Kennewick.
Passe‘d by the City Council of
the City of Kennewick this 4th
day qgune. .1242.-______
' WINIFRED CAMPBELL
City Clerk
19lltspproved this 4th day of June,
Approved as to form
KENNETH E. SERIER,
City Attorney.
Published June 6, 1946.
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bone 1058 an. 38.
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‘ ‘ LUNCH MEAT
Sh‘aWbemeS .. WP 35‘ Red & White ...12 oz. tin 360
were? - , ' Whipping CIIILI WITII BEANS ‘
gw‘fsfg§§? Fregm Ceretelli’s ...... ... . . .iar 22G
‘ k @%Q A Q A ”mt BEANS with Tomato Sauce 49
J 17c Van Camp’s, No. 2 tin, 3 for 0
BARBECUE SAUCE
PAWS "c Derby’s .........5 oz. ML “0
- 02.1) g COOLREFRESHINGSUMMER
CORN FLAKES 9 DRINKS— PARTPAK SPARKL-
Kellogg’s .............pkg 0 ING WATER .
OATS HEMO
Quakerpkg 299 llb.iar 59¢
CORN. " - PBUNE JUICE
Tasty Kernel ....N0.2 tin '6O Bed&White qt. jar 33c
TANGEBINE JUICE 26 GRAPEFRUIT JUICE 45
Sweetened......No.2tin G 460ztm G
BABY P 001). Gerber: . . . . . . 1e
SODA CRACKERS POWDEBED BORAX
Snowflake ......llb.pkg. '9O 2mm. 270
SALAD MACARONI 25 - BLU WHITE 25
Red&White..24oz.pkg. G 3pkg5.f0r.............. G
LADY GODNA SOAP . . . . 4 for 19¢
MAPLEINE. Crescent . - . . 2 oz. III]. 351:
“um, 12's 0 O O O O O O z ‘o' 43¢
FLY SPRAY with DDT - Bll' . . ([l. 40¢
GREEN BEANS, Wilamet . . .No. 2 tin 26c _ ‘ a,
DICED BEETS, Ugene .. . .No. 2 tins, 2 for 23c ~.g‘.;’\f;gj"fi7'§rlz
SA-UERKRAUT, Red & White, 2 No. 2 tins 35c q (ff/SC ;,‘ 5..» ’
CORN; Tasty Kernel ...... ... . . .No. 2 tin 16c W
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THE FIBERS -- JOE All) PAT
Avenue 0 Plenty of Parking Space
J. C. PRATT
_ Mayor
11l AUTOMOBILE CRASH
A car accident resulting in con
siderable damage to the car but
no personal injury max-med a trip
last week of several Kennewick
boys on a college enmllment trip.
The car was driven by Lloyd
Miller when it was involved in a
ash‘with another vehicle in Spo
e.
While on the trip Lloyd and
Bill Gneen enmlled at Eastern
Washington College of Education
at Cheney while Chick Smith en
mlled at Gonzaga. Thurman Keller
went along for the ride.
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. . . in clothes that are fresh as a daisy in June.
Radiant Kleen makes your apparel look new
again . . . restores colors, protects fabries.
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FIRE LOBB LIGHT
Two out of city fires during the
month of May resulted in an esti
mated loss of $275. One call in the
city and three other rural calls
resulted in no damage.
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