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The Kennewick courier-reporter. [volume] (Kennewick, Wash.) 1939-1949, June 20, 1946, Image 2

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Issued Thursdays by The Kennewick Printing Company
217 Kennewick Ave., Kennewick, Washington
Member Washington Newspaper ”Publishers Association, m‘c.
$2 year in Benton County, $3 outside. Entered as second class
matter April 2, 1914 at PO. Kennewick, Wash., under Act of
March 3, 1879. The Courier, established March 27, 1902; The
Reporter, established Jan. 24, 1908, consolidated April 1, 1914.
_ Rolfe Tuve, Publisher
EWC Inaugurates Novel
Registration By Permit
A new "Permit to Register” sys
temior fall enrollment will go in
to effect at Eastern Washington
College next week, George W.
Wallace, registrar announces. By
installing this system it will be
possible to handle the large num
ber of anticipated applications in
an orderly fashion. Students ap-i
plying now can be issued these
permits at once, and thus be as-{
sured admission next fall.
Wallace urged that married
couples wanting ‘trailers, enclose
five dollars payable to the Bursar.
. ~ Non-Partisan
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Geo. O. Beardsley of Prosser. Washington. candidate to:
Judge of the Superior Court. Position No. 2. for the distnct
comprising Adams. Benton and Franklin counties. was born
atAberdeen. Washington on June 11. 1896. _
LEGAL EXPERIENCE—
He is a graduate of the University of Washington and of
the University of Washington law school with AB and LLB
degrees. He has practiced law continuously at Prosser tor
the past twenty-six years. during which time he served as
Prosecuting Attorney for Benton County for 8 years and 4
years as deputy Prosecuting Attorney. He served one term
as member of the Prosser City Council and for many years
has been the elected City Attorney at Prosser. and has served
many years as the appointed city attorney for several ad
joining towns. including Mebton and Grandview. He has
also served for many years as Court Commissioner or Probate
Judge for Benton County.
COMMUNITY RECORD—
He has been extremely active in commumty' and civic
attairsinboththeStateotWashlngto' mßentonCountyand
CityotProsser.andisapastpreude' ntottheWashington
State Good Roads association. and at the present time is the
vice-president of such associati' ‘on for the Fourth Congres
sionalDistrx' 'ct. Durm'gthepasttwoyearshohasserved
as a member of the board of the trustees of the State War
Fund and on the board of trustees of the State Chamber of
Commerce.
He has served two terms as president of the Prosser
Commercial club and one term as. president of the Prosser
Rotary club. . .
Mr. Beardsley sponsored the construction of the Prosser
municipalairportinlsadandsincethattimehasheenthe
airport manager. He has served for many years as the chair
man ot the Yakima Valley Rosa committee and has been very
active in obtaining funds for the construction of the project.
HehasbeentheßentonCountychairman ottheMarch of
Dimes tor infantile paralysis drive since its inception. He
has served as coordinator of civilian defense in Prosser dur
mg the war period and has served many years as a member
of the City of Prosser Planning commission.
SERVICE IN TWO WARS— ' '
He is a veteran of World War No. l. a member of the
American Legion and past district commander of the Amer
ican Legion.
During the construction of the Hant’ord Project he served
asattorneyandlegaladvisorwiththeU.S.Bnginees-sat
Presser tor two and a halt yeers. '
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lE'l' OS SOLVE YOOII .
' AIR CONDITIONING PROBLEMS
WE CARRY A COMPLETE LINE OF COOLERS, RANGING FROM
THE TWO-ROOM SIZE UP TO TIIE LARGEST COMMERCIALS
COME IN AND TALK IT OVER.
LET US ESTIMATE YOUR COOLER NEEDS
PADS _ ACCESSORIES COPPER TUBING
Fred Bunch and Sons
COLUMBIA AT FRUITLAND PHONE 3311 KENNEWICK
Every trailer now on the. campus
is rented for the fall term, but col
lege authorities expect to procure
additional ones by September and
Cheney city officials have pledged
themselves to secure housing for all
veterans the college cannot accom:
modate. Students desiring dorm
itory facilities are likewise advis
ed by Mr. Wallace to include $5.00
with teir applicatons. 1
Weed Control
The Columbia Irrigation district
will have a canal turnout during
the 26th, 27th and 28th of June
for weed clean up and control.
Sunday visitors at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. S. W. George were
Mrs. Tillie Woolford of Richland
and daughter, Mrs. Johnnie Prout
of Oregon and baby son.
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Workman of
Pasco were Sunday guests at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. S. W.
George.
Mr. and Mrs. H. Mitchell and
son Herby and Mr. and Mrs.
W. N. Jenkins and children were
Monday callers at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. S. W. George.
l George “Jeep" George, son of
Mr. and Mrs. S. W. George, vis
ited over the week end in Kenne
wick. He has been staying with
his sister, Mrs. Harry Collier in
Prosser.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Phelp andl
family of Marysville, California,‘
visited at the home of his brother
Roy Phelps.
Mrs. Roy Phelps went to Se
attle last week. ’
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Maupin
and family and mother, Mrs. Belle
Maupin, Mr. and Mrs. Radlemiller,
Mr. and Mrs. Chris Puderbaum
were Sunday guests at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. B. S. Miller.-
Emma Stonebreaker has moved
to Moses Lake.
Bud Small of Payette, Idaho,
and three other friends visited
his sister, Mrs. John Lalk.
Ethel Water and son Dick and
Dan Willsey returned to Yakima
after spending a few days at the
W. B. Paulson home.
Mr. and Mrs. William A.
Schmidt of Big Stone City, South
Dakota, and Mr. and Mrs. Carl
Kottkey of Fergus Falls, Minne
sota, brother and sister of Mr.
Herman Schmidt, left Saturday
for Seattle to visit another bro
ther. This is their first visit out
west.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Linn of
Portland were visitors at the home
of his mother and sister, Mrs.
W. A. Linn and Mrs. W. E. Johns
this week end.
Miss Janice Moeller celebrated
her Bth birthday Sunday at: her
home on River Road. Helping her
enjoy the occasion were her cous
ins Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Ballinger
land daughters Karen and Susan
land son Richard of. Seattle.
Mrs. Lawrence Moeller and
daughter Janice returned Friday
from a vacation spent visiting rel
atives in Seattle, Port Orchard
and Richmond Beach.
Let us have faith that right
makes might, and in that faith let
us to the end do our duty as we
understand it.—Abraham Lincoln.
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‘ An enthusiastic group of Camp
Fire guardians formed an embryo
Guardians’ Association Monday,
June 17 at the home of Mrs. Dor
othy Fox. ,
Three new guardians. Mrs. Ruby
Dyson, Mrs. Clara Deeter and Mrs.
Barbara Oliver were present to
begin their Camp Fire work under
the auspices of the local Camp
Fire council and the newly form
ed Guardians’ Association. Mrs.
Nellie Jones. Mrs. Gerry Nelson
and Mrs. Fox were also present.
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