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Jay 31, 1947
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Sleeping Bags.
and!” of water repellent
‘eoflf- wool sleeping bag a
n In”! line:—
Complete . . . . . .$5.95
‘ Do
wagging Wlgags . $22.50
A iLDiinfgsrgi’sfzs $132.95
Man Rubber
Boats ......$39.50
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“Mgeg'irs If. 2.39
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Nli'eyslgm. . . . . . . $14.95
Amy Blankets ‘. .$3.95
Knapsacks, new ...98c
First Aid Kits.
New, belt type. . .98c
Combat Boots ...$5.95
GI Pocket Camp
Steven $9.95
Officers’
Wall Tents $24.95
Twin City.
Surplus Store
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pm. 2991 .
Flatt Ballaine & Sons
Well Drilling
Cemplete line of
P II M P S
354 Avenue C
. Phone 3731
FOR
Ready-Mix Concreu
801 l Booting
Alli-Hydro
Waterproofing
CENTRAL SAND
& GRAVEL CO.
“I i m PAICO
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SPECIALS ON 3. ~
PERMANENTS , g "’1"
Girls have‘that new perma- 3 '
nent now, and be ready for p .3 ‘ '3}?
school. ' ‘2: .
MACHINE PERMANENTS “'1
$4.50 . ' ‘ :-
COLD WAVE PERMANENTS
$5.50 .
Call early for your appomtment
Columbia Beauty School
EP hone 1871 Kennewick, WE
CALL HERE FOR EXPERT
BRAKE ADJUSTMENT , ’
GLASS REPLACEMENT
TAIL PIPE AND
MUFFLER INSTALLATION
SUGAR 8: mums
No. 2 Kennewick Ave.
Lmu: stun ol the m
31 name; cum
Phone new: to- Kennewick 24.42 More Touch, noon-
Mrs. E. M. Angell's brother
in-law, V. S. Wennersten, whose
home is in Altaden, Calif. was
a recent guest at the Angel]
home.
Dick Richardson of Port
Angeles came Thursday to visit
his sister Mrs. T~ B. Hausc‘hild
and other relativw.
Mr. and Mrs.~ Ross Clark and
two small daughters, Camille
and Nyle, of Seattle,“ stopped
over Friday to visit the H. E.
Huntingtons. Mrs. Clark is the
former Mildred Tash and she and
her family were on a vacation
jaunt that would take them as
far east as Ohio.
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Brown
after visiting relatives here for
several weeks left Friday to re
turn to their home in Canada
They planned to stop in Spokane
for the week end to visit their
daughter Miss Delma Brown.
Guests of the Don Kennys last
week were Mrs. .Kenny’s brother
and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Johnson and family from Seattle.
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Blair, daugh
ters Sylvia and Shirley, and Mrs.
Blair’s mother Mrs. ‘ Myrtle Tra
mel of Pasco, left Monday on a
motor trip to Denver, COIO. and
points in Arkansas and Missouri
to visit relatives. ‘ 7:
" Mrs. w. _D. . (Bill) Washburn
and children left Monday morn-
Saturday Only
BOY’S JACKETS
, SANPOQZED. ..PULLY
LINED GABERDIIE 1
Blue and Brown. sizes
‘ 2 to 10
L The Juvenile. Shop
1 325 Kennewick Ave
Phone 5181
Kennewick Auto
Supply ‘
Auto Parts and
Accessories
Distfibuto:
PEDBICK RINGS
316 V: Kennewick Ava.
Phone 4561
FULLER BRUSH
PRODUCTS
Available
humediate De'livery
Write Box 878; Richland. Wash
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ing for their new home in
Southerlin, Oregon where Wash
‘burn has- gone into business.
On Sunday evening, to bid her
farewell, tMrs. Washburn's
mother Mrsi Odes Sloan was
hostess at a dessert supper for
a dozen of her daughters friends.
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Records'and
son John from Portland, Miss
Della Records of Klamath Falls
and Miss Merle Clasey of Cor
vallis were rec'ent visitors of Mr.
and Mrs. Roger Records.
Mrs. Martin Garber entertain
ed Thursday evening at her
home on North Newport with a
cradle shower in compliment to
Mrs. Ralph Soper. .
Mrs. Ralph Mathew’s nephew
and wife, Mr. and Mrs. R. G.
Davies and family came Friday
and visited until Sunday. Davies
is in the army and is being
transferred from Austin, Texas to.
Fort Lewis. 1
Gene Gall, nephew of Mrs.
Phil Heffelfinger and Mrs. Clare
Shaw, returned to his home in
Usk, Wash., on Monday after
visiting for the week with his
aunts. -
Mr. and Mrs. Otto Reese spent
last week in Portland visiting.
Mrs. Ace Purdy and daughter
Acel Ann left Monday to make
their home in Yakima where Mr.
Purdy has been transfered by his
company the P P 8; L. The Pur
days have sold their residence at
12 Fruitland to Mr. and Mrs. L.
N. Dague and have purchased a
home in Yakima at 2409 Summit
View.
Leaving Sunday night, Mrs. Al
fred Poole ‘and son Charles
have gone to Detroit to visit re
latives of Mrs. Poole.
Returning from a week end
spent in Seattle Mn. and Mrs.
George Cloud were accompanied
by Mrs. Cloud’s mother Mrs. J.
A. Turner. Wednesday afternoon
the ladies of the ' neighborhood
were entertained at a tea for
‘Mrs. Turner at her daughter’s
lhome.
Mr. and Mrs. John Vibber‘
drove to Seattle Monday on a:
business and pleasure trip. They
plan to return Thursday.
Mrs. Waldo Richmond‘s sister
and husband, Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Johnson who were guests
of the Richmonds last week re
turned to their home in Tacoma
Sunday evening.
Friends of Mrs. George Hanson,
who is on a visit in California,
have learned that she underwent
surgery in a Pasadena hospital
a week ago. ‘
On Thursday evening Mrs.
George Cloud entertained with
three tables of bridge, with her
‘mother Mrs. J. A. Turner and
’Mrs. Ace Purdy as honored
guests. High score was held by
Mrs. Herbert Misner and low 5y
Mrs. O. P. Miller who also w n
the door prize of a bouquet of
gladioli. Guest gifts were present
ed to Mrs. Turner and Mrs.
Purdy.
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Schraeder
flew here from Centralia Thurs
day called by the illness of Mr.
Schraeder’s sister Mrs. Clifford
Curtis. The Schraeders returned
:home Sunda_y_. _ _- _______
“ME. 'and Mrs. c. c. Williams
visited Friday to Sunday with
their son Robert and family at
Dayton. While there they went
to the‘ Blue Mts. and picked
huckleberries. ,
'Mr. and Mrs. Bill Brace and
son Billy came home Friday
evening from Twin Lakes, Wash.
where they spent two weeks
vacationing and fishing.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Campbell
who live in Clarkston visited
Saturday and Sunday with Mrs.
William Rademiller, and the C.
G. and B. J. Campbells. -
Fred C. Meikle and son ,Fred
Jr. from Portland were guests of
the H. E. Olivers from Thurs
day to Saturday night.
Kennewick Valley Grange will
hold a meeting Aug. 16. State
deputy W. W. Drake of Yakima
will be bresent and will hold an
officers’ school.
The American Legion Auxil
iary will hold a regular meeting
Aug. 7, Thursday night at Legion
hall.
Mr. and Mrs. Richard ,Onwalt,
of Sand Point, Idaho, are the par
ents of a daughter, Linda Rae,
born July 17. Mrs. Onwalt is the
former Viola Foraker, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Forak’er of
Kennewick.
The Benton-Frankfin Beekeep
ers Association will meet at 11
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outside off and his inside stiok- J
ing out. .
—Meke Good Grooming a
habit.
ARMSTRONG
BARBER SHOP
} um Kennewick Imm. _
XINNEWICK (WASED COURIER-
am Sunday, Aug. 10 at John S.
Petersons home, five miles west
of Kennewick on the highway.
for a pot luck picnic and regular
meeting.
The. Columbia Irrigation District
will turn water from all its canals
on the 11, 12 and 13 of August for
the purpose of weed cleanup.
No. 2612
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IntheSuperiorCourtoftheState
of Washington in and for Ben
ton County. -
IN THE MATTER OF THE , ‘ ‘
ESTATE OF ‘
JOHN E. OWENS, Deceased. ,
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN‘
that Letters of Administration on
the estate of John E. Owens, de
ceased, were granted to the un
dersigned that she now _is the
duly appointed, qualified and act
ing Administratrix of the above
'entitled estate.
All persons having claims again
st said estate are required to
serve them with. the necessary
vouchers upon me at the office
of Moulton & Powell, Kennewick,
Washington, within six months
after the date of the first pub
lication of this notice, to-wit:
within six months after the 10th
day of July, 1947, and _file the
same with the Clerk of this Court,
together with proof of such ser
vice, or they shall be forever
barred .
DATED at Kennewxck, Wash
ington, this 9th day of July, 19‘37.
LELA OWENS, Administratrix,
By MOULTON & POWELL &
THOMAS B. GESS, Her attor
neys 7:10 - 7:24
NOTICB OF SALE OF REAL
PROPERTY
No. 2597
In the, Superior Court of the
State of ‘Washington, in and for
Benton county.
In the matter of the estate of
William 'C. Muldrow, Deceased.‘
Notice is hereby given that pur
suant to an order heretofore en
tered by the above entitled Court,
the following described real pro
perty, to-wit:
Lots 3 and 4, Block 7, Amon’s
Addition to Kennewick, according
to plat thereof recorded in Vol
ume l of Plats, page 23, Records
of Benton County, Washington,
will be sold at private sale upon
sealed bids on Saturday, August‘
23, 1947, at twelve o’clock noon.
All bids must be in writing, seal
ed and sent to the office of Moul
ton & Powell, Kennewick, Wash
ington, Attorneys for the Admin
istrator, at, or before noon of
said day, and must be accompan
ied by cashier’s check, or its
equivalent, in an amount not less
thgn ten per cent of the amount
bi .
Said sale will be made to the
highest bidder for cash to be paid
upon delivery of deed and pur
chaser’s policy of title insurance
in the amount bid. The initial de
posit by the successful bidder will
be applied upon the payment of
the purchase price, and the de
posits made by unsuccessful bid-
CALL us TODAY 3
. Phone 707—Pasco i
, Twm City i
Garbage Semce
John Dietrich, Mgr. ‘
Rubbish, Dirt. etc. Removed ;
from Buildings and Yard: on e
‘ Short Notice. ;
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tory II a ready reference for all typee of much-adieu.
~ Your advertisement there il sure to catch their eye
—ri;ht yhen they're ready to hay.
Tghe hdvlntage of this profitable ture-fire market.
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ders will be returned to the bid
ders. The administrator reserves
the right to reject any and all bidS.
The bidder must take the pro
perty subject to the rights of per
sons now in posession. The
amount paid must be not less than
ninety per cent of the appraised
value of said real property.
Dated this 4th day of August.
1947. Lawrence Scott. Adminis-'
trator. By Moulton 8: Powell and
Thomas B. Gess, Attorneys for
Administrator. Post Oilice Box 125
Kennewick, Washington. 8:7—8:l4
I ADVERTISEMEIIT FOR BIDS
Sealed bids will be received by
Mrs. Winifred Campbell. City
Clerk of the City of Kennewick,
Washington. at the council rooms
of the City Council in the City
Hall at Kennewick. Washington.
until 8:00 p.m.. Pacific tSandard
time. August 19, 1947. for the sale
to the City of Kennewick of either
‘of the following types and
lamounts of underground electric
cable for use in the lighting pro
ject at the Vista Airport to-wit:
(l) Twenty thousand feet of
single conductor solid type R
-3000-Volt electric cable, size num
ber 10, for series lighting in ac
cordance with Civil Aeronautics ‘
authority cable specifications
number 701, dated May 26, 1947
Type IC or IIC f.o.b. Kennewick,
Washington. .
(2) Twenty thousand feet of sol
id single conductor size 12 electric
cable, type RR 3000-volt for se
ries lighting in accordance with
IPCEA specifications. f.o.b. Ken
newick. Washington.
Either of the above amounts of
electric cable to be delivered with
in 60 to 90 days after bid is
awarded.
The City of Kennewick reserves
the right to reject any or all bids
and to waive informalities in the
bids.
—Mrs. Winifred Campbell, City
Clerk, City of Kennewick.
First publication July 31; last
publication August 7, 1947.
NOTE: All inquiries as to in
formation will be answened by the
Airport Committee, City of Ken
newick, all inquiries to be address
ed to Winifred Campbell. City
Clerk, City Hall, Kennewick.
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With a new Remington Portable Type
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Also: Excellent values in reconditigled
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