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The Kennewick courier-reporter. [volume] (Kennewick, Wash.) 1939-1949, June 26, 1947, Image 8

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That’s the daily “City of Portland” streamliner—
-40 hours 40 minutes eastbound ... 41 hours 5
minutes westbound-g-no extra fare!
Air-conditioned “City of Portland” stream
linera provide travel ease and luxury—standard
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tions . . . sleep-easy reserved coach seats. For the
more complete comfort of passengers, stewardess
lervice has been inaugurated on “City of
Portland". Enjoy the club lounge cars including
- bath and barber facilities .. . diners serving deli- -
cious food .. . then, at night, your own com
fortable bed.
Speed East by daily “City of Portland” stream
liner. .
Daily Union Pacific Passenger Train Schedule: to the East
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Post Office Department
Issues Stamp Booklet
The Post Office Department
has announced that the 1947 edi
tion of the booklet “Description
of United States Postage Stamps’”
is now available.
This booklet describes in detail
all postage stamps which have
been issued from 1847 through
the souvenir. panel which was
issued for the first time on May
19 in New York City. It also
contains plate numbers, the quan
tity of special commemorative
stamps printed, and other infor
mation of interest to stamp col
lectors _
The booklet, paper bound, can
be ordered only through the Sup
ermtendent of Documents, Gov
ernment Printing Office, Wash
ington 225, D. C., at a cost of
45 cents. Remittance may be‘
made by money order, postal:
note, .or check. V ,
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SUMMONS BY PUBLICATION 3
In the Superior Court of the State?
of Washington in and for Ben
ton County. -
J. D. DOVERSPIKE, Plaintiff,
vs.
S. J. GREGORY and RITA
GREGORY, his wife, Defendants.
STATE OF WASHINGTON TO
S. J. GREGORY and RITA
'GREGORY, HIS WIFE:
You are hereby summoned to
appear within sixty (60) days:
after the date of the first publi
cation of this summons, to-wit,
within sixty (60) days after the
12th day of June, 1947, and de
fend the above entitled action in
the ”above entitled court and ans
wer the complaint of plaintiff and
serve a copy of your answer up
on the undersigned attorneys for
plaintiff at their office below
.stated and in case of your failure
to do so, judgment will be ren
dered against you according to
the demand of the complaint,
which has been filed with .the
Clerk of. said court. \
The object of this action is .to
foreclose a labor and material
man’s lien on the following des
cribed real property situate in the
County of Benton, State of Wash
ington, to-wit:
South 48 feet of Lots 18 and
19, Block 3, First Addition to
Kennewick, Plat recorded in A
Volume One of Plats, .Page
17, in the Auditor’s Office of ,1
the County of Benton, State
of Washington.
FUTTER, MERRICK a;
MERRICK, Attorneys
for Plaintiffs.
P. 0. Address:
112 South 4th Street,
Pasco, Washington (3:12-7:171
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Ground was broken early this
week for Herb Henne’s new build
ing. The structure is to be lo
.cated on the southwest corner of
IThird Avenue and Hill street and
:will be made of concrete blocks
supplied by 3 Plymouth manufac‘-
.turer. .
Congratulations are in order for
G. C. Keele and his son Eldon for
§excellent progress being made on
;their new cafe. Opening is sched
uled for some time during July.
} The grand opening of the Ply
.mouth Grocery is scheduled for
'June 30. Congratulations to Mr.
and Mrs. John Winkler, owners
of the store.
Ths Bonneville Power Admin
istrator’s new sub station near
Plymouth is scheduled for com
pletion July 1. ,
Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Doyle, Rose
mary, Marjorie and Mike of Ken
newick spent Thursday at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Doyle.
Bloomfield Smith’s son is recov
ering in‘ a Portland hospital from;
a badly broken arm, suffered in.
a recent automobile accident. Sur-\
gery was necessary. ' 1
Burke Doyle made a business‘
trip to Hemiston. Oregon, Friday
accompanied by his father and‘
brother.
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mouth are planning to get togeth-
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er in Kennewick on June 26 to
discuss a new water system among
other important questions concern
ing the community.
Mr. and Mrs. W. Thomas and
daughter Patty moved to Yellepit
this week.
1 Mr. and Mrs. C. Johnson of
Wishram were guests of Mr. and
‘Mrs. John Winkler Monday. Mr.
Johnson was formerly night op
erator at Plymouth.
Mr. Lane of Sunnyside was look
ing over his building and other
business interests in Plymouth on
Sunday. -
‘ Mrs. Whitmore returned Satur
day from her vacation. Two of her
grandchildren returned with her
for a two weeks’ vacation.
Mrs. Marjorie Wilson and son
Pat of Kennewick were visitors at
the home of her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. J. M. Doyle on Sunday.
W. C. Dickson, who is installing
a large trailer camp in Plymouth,
has struck a good flow of water in
his well.
Mrs. Maude Davies returned to
her home in Spokane after spend
ing a week with her daughter Mrs.
Eva Camp at Plymouth. 3
SETTLE!) IN 1819 1
Springfield, Missouri was first‘
settled in 1819 and was for somel
time an important Indian trad-1
ing post. It was incorporated as
a city in 1838.
In 1850 9.7 r cent of the people
of the UnitafeStates were foreign
1:31:15. In 1900 the percentage was:
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SHARP’S ADDITION TO KENNEWICK
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A few lots to choose f:1:om . . .
. . . will build to suit your plans
SHA II P 880 S .
Ray Sharp Phone 1817
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