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LITTLE STORIES oi the WEEK
Phone news to Kennewick 2442 before Wednuday noon
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Paulson. who
have been visiting relatives here
the past three weeks, left for See
attle Sunday. .
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Benson of
Sunnyside. and Mr. and Mrs.
Lloyd Donnely of Grangeville
were visitors Tuesday at the E. S.
Sherry home.
Mrs. H. E. Oliver went to Port
land Sunday, called there by the
illness of her brother, Kenneth
Meikle.
B.P.W.C. Meets _ ~ _ ‘
The Business and Professional
Women’s club held a dinner meet
ing Tuesday evening at the Arrow
Grill. Mrs. Ethel Christy, Eng
lish and Dramatics teacher in the
local high school, spoke on “Legis
lation for Women.” Plans were
argue for the March of Dimes
ve.
Miss Bess Hendrick entertained
several friends at dinner on Tues
day evening. Guests from out of
town were Mrs. Colman, the for
mer Lola Morain, whose husband
is in Japan and who expects to
join' him soon, and Mrs. Sherman
Whiting from Oswego, Ore., who
is making an extended visit with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. F.
Sonderman.
Mrs. Mary Hill spent last week
end in Walla Walla visiting her
mother.
The Royal Neighbor club is
meeting this Thursday evening
with Mrs. L. N. Dague.
Mr. and Mrs. Rollin Smith re
turned Tuesday evening from a
honeymoon which took them to
Medford, Oregon into upper Cali
fornia and up the coast to Bremer
ton and Marysville. They will
make their home at 416% Wash
ington St.
Gene Brown drove to Walla
Walla Sunday to visit his uncle
Roy Sisung, who is in a hospital
there. '
J ack Turner, who has been quite
ill at his home on First Avenue,
is reported much improved. His
daughter, Mrs. Roy Trout,‘ who
came to be with him, has returned
to her home at Gifford.
Mrs. Gerald Britton was hostess
Wednesday evening at a stark
shower with Mrs. Ralph Weltz as
ho_n_ored 8‘"??- __- _ _ ’ A
Mr. and Mrs. Michaels moved
Sunday to Ephrata, Washington
where Michaels is employed for
the winter. Mr. and Mrs. Bob
Lewis will occupy the house dur
ing their absence.
Cecil Davis who has been ill at his
home on Third Ave. with pneu
monia is reported to be much im
, proved.
_ Mrs. C. Cejka is in Lourdes hos
pital in Pasco for surgical treat
megt;of__an _infected hand. # A
" Cliff Hubbard returned Sunday
, evening from a business trip to
« Spokane. '
‘. Mrs. Riley Moore who has been
BICYCLE ~
RIB-CONDITIONING
- Paris and _
Accessories
' ON HAND NOW!
Light wag» 311:... Junior
smswms mum:
Cam. flying am a Wagons.
saw mum LAWN now
an ammo .
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SHOP
Phone 816
9 Ave. C West
Kennewick
KENNEWICK METHODIST CHURCH
Miniotor. John 3. Con .
This church of triondlinoor and good tollowrhip invitor you to
onioy tho inspiration of its sorvicor and many fruitful! activitior.
Church School oach Sunday at 0:45. It is on ofloctivo school of
tho mm. "
Morning aorvicoo at ll with tho organ proludo oponing at 10:50.
Bxcollont choir nnd organ participation. Mouagoo of vital worth.
Sunday ovoning youth groups: Jr. High Followrhip at 5:30. Bon
ior Pollowrhip at 5:00. Each with n dovotional hour and a play hour.
' MACHINE 0R MACHIfiELESS
CREAM on. PERMANENTS
$4.50
SHAMPIIOS and SETS
750 ' .
Columbia School oi Hairdressing
13 South. Cascade ‘ Phone 1871
By FLORENCE OLIVER
under treatment at the Pasco hos
pital returned to her home last
Tuesday much improved. Later on
the same day Mr. Maore fell and
fractured his hip and is now a pa
tient in the hospital.
Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Reymore
and daughter Miss Margaret were
in Grandview Sunday visiting Mrs.
Reymore’s sister, Mrs. J. F. Bell.
The Grange Auxiliary met Tues
day at the home of Mrs. Frank
Lampson for an all-day quilting.
There was also a stark shower
gomplimenting Mrs. Harry Sand
el'g'
Kennewick Highlands Grange
officers met Thursday evening at
the H. E. Reymores for Grange in
itiation practice. \
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Boutelle were}
in Boardman, Oregon over.Sundayl
visiting Mrs. Boutell’s brother‘
Chris Gustin and family. . ;
Mrs. George Purdy entertained
at tea on Thursday for her niece
Mrs. Charles Ebsworth of Cleve
land, Ohio as honored guest. .
Chet Eggleston went to Kent
this week end and took delivery of
a Ford sedan which was a Christ
mas present from his parents.
Mrs. Verlie Hembree and son
Paul, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hembree
and three children, all of Yakima
were Sunday dinner guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Ben Van Patten and Mrs.
F. E. Sands.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Dickinson
returned Monday from Grand
Coulee Dam where Dickinson has
been employed and are making
their home temporarily at the H.
Reymores' until their house which
is under construction is finished.
Mrs. William Shaughnessy and
daughters, Mrs. Betty Bruel and
Mrs. Jerry Mahoney, were in Wal
la Walla on business Wednesday.
Mrs. V. A. Cummings of Cen
tralia, Washington returned home
Wednesday after visiting with her
daughter, Mrs. D. B. Coulson and
family for the past two weeks. She
also visited relatives and friends
inj‘ouchet and Walla Walla.
Mrs. Wilma Kyle from Taft,
Oregon is a guest this week of
Phyllis Oliver. The girls were col
lege friegds. 7 .
Mrs. Elmer Smith came home
from the Pasco hospital Tuesday
accompanied by their new daugh
ter Virginia Marie who was born
December 31.
Roy Sissung who was injured in
a motor cycle accident last fall,
entered the Veteran’s hospital in
Walla Walla on Tuesday for sur
gery.
Mrs. George Austin who is vis
iting relatives in Denmark is ex
pected home next week.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Reed are
in Seattle thsi week visiting Mrs.
Reed’s Sister Mrs. Ray Shanafelt
and other relatives.
Surprise Party Given
For Lewis A. Larsons
A group of neighbors and rela
tives surprised Mr. and Mrs. Lewis
A. Larson of 210- Fifth Avenue‘ E.
and Beech, Kennewick, on Mon
day evening, January 13th, on
their 33nd wedding anniversaralr‘.‘r
n e surprise pa were .
and Mrs. Albert Cogfls. Blanche
Davis, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Fish
er and daughter, Shirley, Mr. and
Mrs. Paul Drew, Mr. and Mrs. Le
land Blum and daughter, Marian
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis E. Larson and
Mrs. Clara Nelson, Mr. and Mrs.
Paul Julson and thre children, Mr.
and-Mrs. Martin Refsell and three
children, and Lowell, Duane, Ger
ald, Dwight, Mary Lou, Dorothy
andßlanche Larson.
The evenin’ 7g {lei—spent playing
appropriate games for the occa
sionzgnd which refreshments were
serv .
Mr. and Mrs. Larson received
many nice gifts.
The population of New Zealand
is estimated at 1,040,901. Its area
is 104,471 square miles.
It was through the effoi'ts _of
Florence Nightingale that nurses
were first sent to the seat of war.
Free Parking For Disabled Vets
Seattle Councilman Al Rochester. left. sponsor of a recent amendment to the city's
traffic eode giving disabled veterans tree thing rights in all unrestricted areas.
here supervises installation at the first windsmld sticker on the automobile at James
Currie. right. who lost both legs on Okinawa. Rochester. a World War I veteran.
holds a billtold card matching the sticker.
NEW DAUGHTER ‘ . ’
Born to Mr. and Mrs. C. E.
Reber at Our Lady of Lourdes
hospital on New Year’s Day, a
daughter, Alice Renee, weighing
6 pounds and 13 ounces. Mrs.
Reber is th former Elaine Bailey.
ITUARY
George Royal Washbum was
born April 11, 1885 in Rockford,
Washington, and death occurred
January 9 at the Veteran’s hospit
al in Walla Walla. He served in
the U. S. navy for almost five
years and was under arms during
the Philippine Insurrection. He re
ceived an honorable discharge in
1906 at the age of 21.
He held a partnership in the
Columbia Electric Company for
many years, retiring on account
of poor health two years ago and
jhad since lived on his farm in
East Kennewick. _ _ ‘ _
He is survived by his widow
Clara, his brother William S.
Washbum and his sister Mrs. Nay
dee Kinney, all of Kennewick.
anneral services were held Sat
urday morning, January 11 at the
Mueller chapel with Rev. Haw
kins of the Christian church and
the United Spanish War Veterans
NOTICE TO Brnpnngr
Imprégxi—git— if hernia Streets
and _A_llo_g§ i_n_ th_e City of Ken-
newick. Washington .
Sealed bids for the improve
ment of certain streets .and alleys
in the City of Kennewrck, Wash
ington, will be received by the
City of Kennewick up to hour of
8:00 p.m., Tuesday, the 4th day of
February, 1947. Proposals must be
delivered to the City Clerk at her
office in the City Hall in Kenne—
wick, Washington, and be enclos
ed in an envelope, upon which is
written, “Proposals for Improve
ment of Certain Streets and Al
leys in the City of'Kennewick, the
same being designated Washington
State Development Project, Ken
newick No. l,” and the name and
address of the parties submitting
the proposal.
All proposals shall be upon the
form provided with the Contract
and specifications, and shall be ac
companied by a certified check for
an amount not less than five
percent of the bid, as evidence of
good faith on the part of the bid
der, and that in the event said
bidder is awarded the Contract
that he or they will, within ten
days after notification by the City
of Kennewick, execute the Con
tract for the construction of othe
work hereindescribed, and furnish
a surety bond to the City of Ken
newcik, Washington, satisfactory
to the officials of said City for
an amount of not less than 100%
of. the estimated total contract
price to be paid for the work. The
check of the bidder to whom the
Contract is awarded will be re
turned promptly after the exe
cution of the Contract and the ac
ceptance of the Bond. The checks
of other bidders will be returned
within twelve days after the
award of the Contract, or in any
event within fifteen days from the
date the bids are open.
All bids must be based upon
the plans and specifications now
on file in the office of the City
Clerk of the City of Kennewick,
Washington, for the improvement
of said certain streets and alleys,
all according to the plans and
specifications entitled “Washing
ton State Development Board Pro
ject, Kennewick, No.l, and all
quantities must be determined by
the contractor. 7
Bidders are warned that the
Contractor will be required to pay
Washington State Industrial In
surance Premiums according to the
amount of the payroll, and any
other payments required by law
to be made by the contractor, ex.
cept that the City of Kennewick
will pay sales tax on all items
upon which State Sales Tax is de
termined to be due. 7
Bidders are warned to examine
the location where work is to be
performed.
The City reserves the right to
reject any and all bids that may
be submitted for the above du
cribed work. 7
A deposit of Five Dollars ($5.00)
shall be required for a set of the
plans and‘ specifications, which
will be refunded to bidders upon
the surrender of the same. ,
Dated at Kennewick, Washing
ton, this 16th day of January, 1947,
pursuant to order by the City
Council of the City of Kennewick,
Washington and the Public Im
provement Committee of the said
City of Kennewick. which said
Committee joins in this Notice to
Bidders.
WINIFRED CMELL,
"“7" W V City Clerk:
City of Kennewick, Wash.
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THE KENNEWICK COURIER - REPORTER
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in Tohpma cemetery in Yakima.
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Farm Labor Group
Elects New Head
At the annual meeting of the
Benton-Franklin Farm Labor As
sociation held January 13, Frank
Lampson was elected president, Al
Brantingham, vice president, and
Paul‘ Spechko, secretary-treasurer.
The following named men were
unanimously elected directors of
the association: Don Cresswell, J.
E. Mathews, Ward Johnson, M. G.
Ball, W. S. Green, Alvin George
and McKinley Desgranges.
Secretary Spechko, who is also
Emergency Farm Labor Assistant,
read a letter from the state Farm
Labor office which stated that def
inite information regarding the
importation of Mexican Nationals
was not as yet obtainable. Farm
Labor Supervisors from 17 states.
Labor Branch, U.S.D.A. represent
atives, and Federal Extension rep
resentatives are meeting in Salt
Lake City on January 14 through
17. The expansion of the migrant
labor program, inter-state labor
program, Mexican National pro
gram, and the part women and
youth can play in peacetime agri.
culture will be discussed. The
letter went on to say that after this
meeting, more definite information‘
would probava be forthcoming.
The members of the Association
then discussed the probability of
obtaining Mexican labor this year
‘and decided to postpone business
, plans until more information is
available. A wire was sent to the
meeting in Salt Lake City to the
effect that the Benton-Franklin
Farm Labor Association strongly
favored importation of Mexican
Nationals this year.
Safely Driving
A Home Problem
(Continued trom Page i)
were negligait drivers; fifteen ex
ceeded the speed limit (and were
caught doing it); four failed to
yield the right of way; and twenty
one were guilty of minor traffic
violations.
“There’s the record," Harvey
Keene. Chairman of the Active
Club Safety Driving Committee
says. “and we can’t deny it. Be
cause it all happened in Kenne
wick, some of these cases must
have been some of us. or some of
the people we know."
‘ That brings the problem square
ly home to . Kennewick, he as
serts. Activrans, agreeing with
him, voted Tuesday night to watch
for and report by license number
any and all violators they see in
the city. The numbers and the of
fence will be published, they have
arranged, in the Kennewick Cour
ier-Reporter. . .
“We are going to continue to.
publicize the need for safe drivq
ing, until no one in our comman
ity can remain unaware of 1h";
Keene averned. ‘
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Director Reviews Call
For Amateur Players '
Casting is not yet complete 3
the next production of the M
and Dagger Drama Club, Dr. St..
phen Selby, show director. a
today. “We want to invite mg.
public participation in our pla '-
he said. “and anyone interested’k
taking part is cordially invited a
be present at our next meeting a
the Recreation Hall on January I
at 8 p. tn.”
CHEST MEETING
x A community Chest meeting
will be held Friday evening at
o’clock at the City Hall, Dennis
Huntley. chairman announced
today. He requested the attend
ance of representative: of all or
fggfiations participating in chest
Attention Union Labor
thou Barber Shop: on U!!-
FAIR to Bubon Local Union
810
Ollm'o labor Shop. Kenn.
Armstrong Barba Shop. Rona.
Bill‘s Box-bot Shop. Rona.
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