OCR Interpretation


The Kennewick courier-reporter. [volume] (Kennewick, Wash.) 1939-1949, September 12, 1946, Image 9

Image and text provided by Washington State Library; Olympia, WA

Persistent link: https://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn87093044/1946-09-12/ed-1/seq-9/

What is OCR?


Thumbnail for 9

i Egg, September 12, 1946
f
_ Western
Horse Heaven
I! m Guy Travis
5111910681441 group had a judg
“ mm entered _at the Grand
.” Harvest Festlval last week,
wing sixth place. On the team
“'9 Bob and Dorsey Baumann,
10‘” Gould and Donald Cooper.
Wald entered a Hereford calf
film“ 4th place. Later his calf
sold and Donald is already
g bigger and better for the
year. Mrs. Guy Travis
W blue ripbons on a display of
.‘ fique mimature perfume bottles
:d a tempera pamting.
:1; The Horse Heaven Home Eco
. 2 'cs club will hold a reorgan—
fl’m and program planning
Here is a chance to save money on
pipe—We have a quantity of
, salvaged from Hanford water system
and now stocked at Hanford ready for
delivery. .
This is wire-wound, high-head, used
stave pipe, built for 250 foot heads, in
, very good condition. Comes in diame-~
ters of 4,6, Bto 12 inches, and in ran
dom lengths, with connecting collars.
We will deliver this pipe to your ranch,
or if you wish to take delivery at Han
ford and haul your own pipe please call
at either our Yakima or Grandview
plant office for requisition and pass.
mm‘sm'r Pawns o.
M en. and Women
' mas: REGISTER AT mun omen
m,a O ,
PLANT WORKERS
Poi day and night shifts register with Mr.
Vinson alplanloflice. ‘
Apply at main office.
CHURCH Gm: JUICE (:0.
Phbne Kennewick 211
Imeeting Oct. 2 at the Manhattan
banquet room. There will be a
no-host luncheon.
The local grange is holding its
first meeting of the fall and Win
ter season this Friday evening.
The light plant has recently been
overhauled so better service is ex
pected. .
Among the first to begin their
fall seeding are Elmer Smith and
Bud Larkin of the Locust Grove
district. ‘
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Travis were
dinner guests Monday evening of
Mr. and Mrs. Leßoy Peterson in
Prosser.
Bill Ledgate, a former resident
of this community and who now
lives at Ritzville was here _for
States Day and has been visiting
friends here and in Prosser. He
was employed for several years on
‘the Kelso ranch, now owned by
Math Swanson.
DR. deßl'l' TO SPEAK
Dr. Ralph deßit will be the main
speaker at the Pre-School club
meeting Thursday, September 19
at 8 p.m. at the Arrow Grill.
This is the first meeting of the
Pre-School club for the new school
year. All old members are urged
to attend and bring any friends or
neighbors interested in the welfare
offithe small child.
The business meeting will begin
promptly at 8 o’clock and the
speaker will follow immediately.
A “Know . your neighbor social
hour” will follow and refresh
ments will be served.
In 1638 the Swedes colonized
that part of the United States now
comprising the state of Delaware.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS TO FILE
CLAIMS
No. 2470
In the Sumior Court of the State of
Washington in and for Benton County
In the matter of the estate of Andrew
Y. Davis, Deceased.
NOTICE IS .HEREBY GIVEN that Let
ters of Administration on the estate of
Andrew Y. Davis, Deceased. were granted
to the undersitmed on the 25th day of
March. 1946, by the before described Su
perior Court. ~
All persons having claims against the
estate of deceased are required to serve
them with the necessary vouchers upon
me at the office of Moulton & Powell,
Kennewick. Washington within six months
after the 22nd day of August, 1946. and
file the same with the Clerk of the above
entitled Court, together with proof of
sus}: service or they shall be forever bar
re .
Dated at Kennewick. Washington this
22nd day of August. 1946.
EVERETT H. DAVIS. Administrator
By Moulton & Powell.
Thomas B. Gess, His Attorneys.
8:22-9:15
NOTICE OF HEARING FINAL AC
COUNT AND PETITION FOR
DISTRIBUTION
No. 2423
In the Superior Court of the State of
Washington in and for ”Benton County
In the matter of the estate of Charles
Mills. Deceased. ‘
Notice is hereby given 'that Edna B.
Mills. executrix of the above entitled es
tate. has filed her final account and pe
tition for distribution in the office of the
clerk of the above entitled court, and that
the court is asked to settle said final
account. to distribute the property of said
estate to the heim or persons entitled to
the same and to discharge the executrix.
Said final account and petition for dis
tribution will be heard by the court at the
courthouse in Prosser in Benton CountY.
Washington on the 26th day of September.
1946. at the hour of 9:80 o'clock in the
‘ forenoon.
EDNA B. nILLS.
By Moulton a Powell. Thomas B. Gees.
her attorneys. 8:22-95
NOTICE TO CREDITORS TO FILE
CLAIMS
.- No. 2625
In the Superior Court of the State of
Washington in and for Benton County
12:3: flattered? the estate of R. S.
Ric a . eas
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
ILetters Testamentary on the estate of R.
S. Richards. deceased. were granted to the
‘undersigned on the 17th day of August.
r 1946. by the above described court.
‘ All persons having claims against the
estateofdgeasedarerequir‘oigntosex
them. with e necessary vouc .on
at the office of Moulton & Powell. Kerne
wiek. Washington. within six months aft
er the 82nd any 'of August. 1946. and file
mm. with the Clerk oaths-above en-
THE KENNEWICK COURIER - REPORTER
titled court together with proof of one]:
aetviceorthqwillbefomrhoned.
Doted at Kennewick. Wuhington. this
22nd day of August. 1946.
TILLIE RICHARDS. Execntrix
By Ibulton & Powell.
Thoma B. Gess, Ber Attomeyg.“ - u
SUHMONS FOR PUBLICATION
In The Superior Court of the State of
Washington In And For Benton
County
THELMA WILLIAMSON. Plaintiff. vs.
W. C. WILLIAMSON. Defendant.
STATE OF WASHINGTON: To W. C.
Williamson. Defendant:
You are hereby summoned to appear
within sixty days after the date of the
first publication of this Summons. to-wit:
within sixty days from the 6th day of
PA I N 'l‘ IN G ,\ ‘
a . ‘2‘ ‘ .
m vacuums ‘n _.. .
_v’ I ‘ 1 . I
SHEBT nocx must-unc- - -~ 2"" ..’ v .:
~ ~ z; M Q.)
JOHN SOUTHERN . ;,:_ - 3 a;
Phone Kennewick 2794 ,3 “g -
P.O- Box 497, Kennewick
All Types of Wood Working
WINDOW‘ AND DOOR FRAMES
CABINETS - BUILT-INS - FENCE PICKETS
WINDOW AND DOOR SCREENS
" KENNEWICK MILL
‘ l BLOCK SOUTH OF GOLF CLUB
PHONE 3906
C ”’.‘ \_ t;.;wf,;': ’ -
x'ifim‘fi‘w‘: ~ «:4: “fig _ ,
MN” 4: , ‘Jfl'gk 522/74 - .._..\
q- ,1 ”.547
« Ti" * . "I 111 o 0 car .
v ‘ “ I If: "
FJ/ II A I r ‘
’ I .0“? . “l - I| u a . 3"?2:"~:-::‘-‘.;..--:.. .. .
1.! I.‘ ’I I . I‘l -,'l V .‘.-14%;: v:_;.:'.{;;g;.;::: ‘; :5: I. I "at-f.arm-Wet; --,:-;.,;.:-«‘-;.-;-.-.-,M.v.~ .
.[I '7 I. II ~ I, ; 2 | 4am» ‘ ' '::§§§_;_' p", gze§é:;seee.«.:;~'~_zi--ei;fi’
I II II « I II) : «a ' x 53:7;355‘ $22:3%a¥%
.’ ll' T I J' _._—s': lo ;:.?_v--.‘::?§;:;'?_ T"; ‘. ” ~ wt;
; I V I 5,; fl _._ "' "'26:”: ' iii:...'}.-;{:‘=-‘»‘sj 2;” “egg:
~ --'- r" I ‘l‘ "" '.; .. a
,' min“; ‘ _J ‘. , I. g,- _”— 1-:292‘.'.fféés'ElTiérsEi , wigosggf
‘ z ‘ I =- 2' ' ’ " ":ggaigg‘ - -> “TN
‘ A: - n I -e——..— .‘ ._., " 3" ._‘ ~—’-‘
\ 23:! ___w: _- .‘.:? ‘1 . .~-.-.--:.-: ---f 315323;. Amzflgi—fz I”y:l+ .
.0 . . '
‘0 O ‘ :
3 2 ' g;
I § .-'~='
. m l 1 = ‘‘‘ f:
9 W , e- g \ \N ‘ "W.
I, i‘o4“ 'I ’l.“ ' \ ‘.; “ I
‘ .- ‘ e ‘V . I H : . -
x;- est-Hssz ':' . e I, r. . -"""'" 1:! 3 \ ..‘. . .. A
,2?[if-'55??? ' n,; _ _ L;— ' .9 - ‘ ' .'" 'l‘
a. -. -:_.a ”K t 3 E u - - 5?:
my ”_._“’ J}: _ J l‘_. f“ '“’> ' .0» c
- ' ‘ ~ » ' g . . 0 ~ ‘..- M
lOFFTONEWYOIKNevet-haveaomanyNPbomu 5 £505 FROM WlCllll'ATheurgent need to move
beenaowidely mattered. Tohelpspeedhminerdief n reendyainuopnrufiadhhtwaManThere,
MMwbemdaahingofl'deimtporuuNew : eqxdmetialnlmdueemdheavyopoihgetohmuted
YorkmdNewOrleamßutbeamebmuuemu - grainhenpedhighondlegmuniNPboxcanhadto
mhoumifswhnyhmdmguthmMßvuybody : mdilSOS.Butooonwewillbeabletodevoteall
wanm’emllnAugusgwhenweneededthemmmtfior n. myfin-movingfaeilidatodieNorthweltwhereideal
grain,boxearsofalllineaonourrailstotaledonl76s% = Mumplmmlinedeombinemmhave
ofNPownership.Now,however,moreandmoreemptiu I advancedthenmmalharvestdeadlinebymorethana
are becoming available. E full month. -
L .
111111111111-IIIIIIIIIIIIIQIIIIIIIIII:IIIIIIIIIIIIIIII.IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII
. a .. E .1 a /
J , v_ ‘ ['s7 x 4» '_r‘ ' V "v- .
1r! ‘_-; :.. 3 J I__ g .._ i " _=_=.=————r==-:‘ t.
1:4“ .-....f1. 'WW ‘ = >2O 2- ..:; V' ' -' '" “in; ‘; I's
I; ""M2§§§éé£é§é§§££§£££si ' i ' 77: 3} 2i I ’I s‘. r“ ETC-..:: ' I *’/r 2: 35"
Hi H“: W . W : ' may
.‘ :- I:IIII:-:---_:" E} f,‘.h—A .:7 3 . . ‘' I .7 I ;:J _..-41'" I: Si.E .I " 2 ..‘ ~—
- —.-. =7 ‘ '3 " ..:-
3. Pmsaunen CALLING. There’s another big hams: : 4. nos: wrsxeuo. But what’s this? A precious NP
in America today—the canning of fruits and vegetables. . boxcar standing idle? How come? Well, it seems moat
But you can’t can without tin plate, which mustbemoved ' : everyone '(elnoept farmers and the railmads) operates on a
in boxcars from eastern steel-producing areas. And that’s a 5-day week. Rault: hundreds of NP boxcar: are stopped
another reason why fewer boxcars are available for hauling : dead in their tracks from Friday afternoon until Monday
grain. But you can bet on this. Whenevera boxcarunloads I morning waiting to load or unload. What can we do
in a grain-producing area—be it tin cans, builders’ hard- : about that one? The Ofioe of Defense Transportation,
ware or farm equipment—shegoesback packedwithgraini I Shippers Advisory Boards and the railroads are urging
’ : allshippeutottaggertheworkweehoftheirloadingcrews.
_lleeunna- In Isle-Inellunclean-Inle-Igeeleennnolnnnllen Ilene-eneeenneno-eoo
. , E . .:.
¥;*-—’ ‘:*-=: : . ' .-:
c 1333 - 7} E .:..»j; "‘ 2:43;:
_. -‘- ~= - ~ n ‘ 5 3i .I 7
J - "‘vcv “rs-‘.. w? '..léaira:::s:- '-.' 3 " ~ ‘3'? C‘ r ’
a 55-75:.um, 3" M 79" - I”j o. .w. I = I I I ~
.J, : ,
53 TIME OUT FOR REPAIRS. On V-k Day height : 6- MCK ON MIN STREET. Nobody is happier than
tramsneverevenstoppedforbreath. ' summerthe : weuewhenaboxeargoesbaektoworkonMahStrm.
railroadsactuallyloadedmoreboxcanfhandufingpeak : Hudinggrainhasalwaylbwnoneofourbestloureesof
wartime.days.Prepanngforthlstemfiepostwardmn n revenueWeneedthatmevenuetodayjustubadlyu
wevebmltasmanynewearsassteelandlumberahortagu = gninshippeuneedourmNowonderwearedoingall
perimtted (7,000 boxeaxsuneel94o).Wekeepbomn : weeantolpeedthemovementofNorthwestgraininthis
rolhngyvhentheyobkuslyneedarett;thooethatm . gluwltd'allgrentaopyeanlOurpadentpatmmwill
berepanedwerushthrmghourshopsinmdtime. : loonseethemduoftheneefl‘oru.
l
. l
' M' W #W
._ m 5 __ & - _._ ‘
September. 1946. and defend the above
entitled action in the Superior Court of
the State of Washington aforesaid. and
answer the Complaint 0! the plaintiff
and serve a copy of your answer or other
pleading on the undersigned attorney for
plaintiff at his office heiow stated. and in
thecaseofyourfailuresotodo.iu¢l~
ment will be rendered against you accord—
ing to the demand of the Complaint.
whiehhaaheenl’iledwiththeClakof
the Court. The object of this action against
thedefendantistoohtainabecneeof
Divorce in favor of the plainth and
against the defendant upon the grounds of
cruel treatment of plaintiff hy delendant.
KENNETH E. SERIER.
Attorney for Plaintiff.
Office and P. 0. Address:
Kennewick. Benton County. Washing
ton. 9:540:10
8:224 :15
.
30 women additional for our night shift
10 women additional for our day shift.
We are packing tomatoes and urgently need
your help for the next two months.
Union Shop Good Wages
Report for work at 107 N. Cascade
K&P l d ' l
n ustues, nc.
Kennewick, Washington
9

xml | txt