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Thursday, January 9, 1947
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Portable Elevators Are
Found Useful on Farms
portable elevators can be a mal
help on the farm. Plans for home
building four different kinds of
elevators have been. prepared by‘
3. K, Miller, Washmgton extent
sion engineer and may be obtain
ed tree of charge at the county
agent’s office. ,
These four kinds include port.
able grain, baled hay or straw,
mange and liquid manure or wa
ter' elevators. All are in use in
Washipztom ‘
Durmg the war when labor was
short, farmers used portable elec
tric elevators for a variety of jobs,
gays Miller. The elevators are la
bor savers. Furthermore, they can
be moved from place to place,
without the operator having to
hitch up a team or start a tractor.
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BEFORE -
CONSTRUCTION
, BEGINS
It is often possible for an
inmate agent or a fire
prevention engineer, ' by
inspectillg bl ue ' prints,
to advance suggestions
which m‘ay reduce the
chance of fire.
There is no charge for
this counsel which is avail
able through this Hart
ford Agency. .
Pyle and
Spanning. he.
211 Kennewick Avenqe
PHONE 1231
CALL US TODAY
Phone 707—Pasco
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; John Dietrich, Mgr.
Rubbish, Dirt, etc. Removed
from Buildings and Yards on
Short Notice. '
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MINDER. To assure your bottle beer supply
IL always return your ompiios to your dialer.
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Walla Walla Konnowsck
Miss Donna V. Billingsley and 4
Arden Casey were united in mar
riage December 30 in the Kenne
wick Christian church. The Rev
erend Eugene C. Hawkins per
formed the double ring ceremony
that made them man and wife.
The Matron of Honor was Mrs.
Alfred Skinnell of Pasco, sister of
the bride, and Zane Casey, brother
of the groom, served as best man.
Given in marriage by her father,
the bride wore a lovely white satin
gown, which fell in graceful folds
into a long train; the neck line was
FOR 4
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Waterproofing
CENTRAL SAND
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uh & Ainsworth PASCO
Phone Pasco 541
SMILE QUEEN WEDS
caught at the sides by white head
ed clips, the girdle was beaded at
the waist line, and the dress but
toned down the back; with tiny
satin buttons. The sleeves, long
and old fashioned, bore points ex
tending over the backs of the
hands. Her white net veil, edged
with lace, fell from a headdress of
white pompom Chrysanthemums,
elbow length in front, and three
quarter length in back. The bridal
bouquet was a colonial' cascading
white carnations with shat
pink carnations. in. delicate and
colorful contrast. , ,
Mrs. Skinnell, matron of honor.
wore a gown of pink net. Brides
maids, Ida Funk .and Joe Dee
Grantham, were gowned in light
blue net, and each carried a nose
gay of flowers in pastel shades
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that matched their gowns. They
are both of Richland.
Mrs. Billingsley, mother of the
bride, was attired in an aqua blue
crepe afternoon dress with black
accessories, and wore a corsage of
talisman rosebuds. Mrs. Casey,
mother of the groom, wore a twoo.
piece black crepe dress With gold;
sequim trim, and a oorsage of
talisman rosebuds. . . .
l Accompanied by Miss Patricia
Creighton, Miss Shirley Layman
of Richland sang “I Love You
Truly," by Carrie Jacobs Bond and
“Ch, Promise Me" by De Koven.
.Miss Creighton also played Wag
iner’s wedding march from “Lohen
grin.” During the ceremony, she
iplayed “Salute d’ Amour” by Ed
gar. Her closing selection was the
lßecessional by Mendelssohn, play
ed after the ceremony. 1
Friends of the groom, Fred Hun
her and Kenneth Hales of Pasco.:
served as ushers.
Following the ceremony, the
newly married couple were greet
ed by the guests in the church din
ing room. The wedding cake, top
ped by a miniature bride and
groom, was cut by the happy
couple, and served with coffee to
'the assembled friends and rela
tives. Mrs. Floyd Melton and Mrs.
Ed Ray, aunts of the bride, and
Mrs. Erwin Womack of Richland,
a cousin of the bride, served and
’poured. Mrs. Bordon Hillie was in
lcharge of the bride’s book.
The newly-weds left immediate
lly after the ceremony for a two
Attention Union Inbor‘
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PAIR to Box-hon Local Union
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011 W: labor Shop. Roan.
My Both: Shop. lona.
Bill's labor Shop. loan.
“Home Cooking at It’s Best’.’
‘Good Food Means Good Health’
__. ”530 m nomm STEAK
with Bourdelaise sauce *
Served with Song§ Salad, Vegetables
Hot Buttered cast and Coffee
851:
The Depot Cale
“Where the Neon Arrow Points to Kennewick”
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ALTERATION AND REPAIR SERVICE
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Pickup and Delivery in Kennewick
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lweeks’ honeymoon trip to Los An
geles. and they will make their
home in Pasco upon their return
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Walter J. Billingsley.
She was graduated with the Ken
newick high school class of '44. For
two years she was employed by
the Mid State Amusement Corpor
ation at Richland. and more re
cently as receptionish for Wag
ner Optometrists in Kennewick.
She was chosen Kennewick’s or
iginal Smile Queen and candi
date for the Queen of Queens hon
?ruat the Grape Festival held last
a
"The groom, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Carl Casel of Pasco. was graduat
ed from the Pasco high school in
1942. He attended the University
of Washington until the summer
of 1943. when he enlisted in the U.
S. Marine Corps. He altered the
service at San Diego, and after a
year's training, became a radar
technician. He served for a year
in the Marshall Islands, attaining
the rank of Master Technical Ser
geant. He received his discharge
in May of 1946, and is now asso
ciated with his father in the firm
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FOR
LICENSE BRACKETS AND
MOTORS
ONE-WHEEL mans
1.3800 SUPER 81.02 am
LINING sz'rs PO3 am.
TRUCKS
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| 348 Ave. C. Phone 1296
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Paco.
The out-of-town guests were Mr.
and Mn. I. D. Casey. aandparenta
of the groom; Mica Joan Casey.
Mr. Jim Bell. Mr. and Ma. V. C.
Casey, Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Caaey,
Mu. Nelaon Collier and Mr. John
Collier. all of Walla Walla; Mr.
and Mrs. W. s. Miller mom Milton.
Quezon; Mr. and Mrs. Adrian
Casey from Eureka; Mr. and Mn.
Ora Grubbe and Roy Grubbe of
Prescott; Mr. and Mn. Reuben
Imler; Miss Mary kale: and John
Inlet from Endloott; Mr. and Mrs.
W.E.Rayandaon.Jack,trom
Benton City; and many friends
“hornet. Richland. Pasco and Kenne-
Georgetowmingtonin £171.13: first
message congress, sug
gested the establishment 01.0311-
culmral colleges.
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Let 3 Star! The llew Year Bight!
We’ll do our part by offering
Afternoon and Evening Appointments for Gold
Wave and Machineless Permunents to School
Girls and Working Girls.
YOU no YOUR PART j“ .. _
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Coming in soon to: um Porn-non: :5 o;
Wm you'vo hon waiting to: or a eo‘ ”
by making 111 only W for ”V
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Special filler
20% Reduction to School Girls on any perm
anent given during January and February
215 Kennewick Ave. Phone 1231
INVENTORY SALE
' SATURDAY, JANUARY 11
Standby GRAPEFRUIT JUICE 19¢
Wh'te'l‘ BEE N.2can
2 clamsag'rs’o ‘SO
H t’ PORK AND BEANS
Bl Lak STRING BEANS
212 m 831$
AIaskaPINKSALMON
Tallcan 383
Gold G ° HOMINY
2 J 2. "" 39c
Famno' tCOFFEE
lpoundncan 39°
M RoseLIMABEANS
H BrandTOMATOES
1.3““.25c
Crescent Pure BLACK PEPER
Can ...........5..................'. 21°
BIackberryPRESERVES '
StradfrdW Paper
Folded Toilet TISSUE 8
Package 0
These are but a few of many outstand
ing food values offered in this Special
sale.
Avenue CA Kennewick Side of the Bridge
LARRY GARCIA 4 OSCAR HAMBLIN
PHONE27OI
mar GRANGE
Fm? Grange will meet mm
night. an. 10 at 8. Benton City
will put on the program. All of
ficers m requested to be at. the
hall at 7:15 for practlcc.
I'LOOBS.
SANDING &
FINISHING
Ask about our
permanent Finish
Wilson floor Co.
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