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Pomona Plans
Annual Meet;
Clark ls Master
By Alice B. Ayers
Benton County Pomona Grange
met at Kennewick Highlands Nov.
8. An order of business for the
annual meeting to be held at Ben
ton City December 13 was adopt
ed. At that time Henry Roberts
and team will lead the installaion
of Pomona and subordinate of
ficers. A tableaux will be pre
sented by Locust Grove Grange.
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All newly elected subordinate
oflilcers in the county should be at
this meeting for installation.
All old and newly elected Po
mona officers are asked to come at
10:30 for practice. Bring paper
sack lunch.
For the dinner at 5:45 the ladies
are asked to bring pie or salad and
jelly or pickles.
The newly elected'Pomona offic
ers are: Master, M. G. Clark; Over
seer, Harry Scott; Lecturer, Irene
Hughes; Steward, George Taylor;
Assistant Steward, Harmon Wil
cox; Chaplain, Ellen Travaille;
Treasurer, Gilbert Clodfelter; Sec
retary, Ethel Clark; Gate Keeper,
Peter Schwartz; Ceres, Verna Ja
cobson; Pomona, Marjorie Taylor;
Flora, Frances Webb; Lady Assist
ant Steward, Jettie Wilcox; Exec
utive Committeeman, J. R. Ayers.
Home Economics Chairman, Mary
Scott; Reporter, Alice Ayers.
A recommendation for the bond
ing of officers was made by the
legislative committee and adopted.
A resolution regarding officers
of the law being given proper au
thority to stop or hold any illegal
holder or transporter of poultry
in the State of Washington was
adopted. _
Subordinate Grange reports
show Granges actively at work
with good attendanCe, increasing
membership, degree teams active,
building programs taking on new
‘life as the busy farming season
‘comes to a close, splendid interest
‘and attendance at gavel programs,
community service in the way or
‘contests and parties and further
dongtions to 'the Juvenile Camp
‘fun .
The count before dinner, which
was served promptly at 12 o’clock,
showed 70 present with no repre
sentation from Horse Heaven and
Rattlesnake. About 125 were
present for dinner.
Buena Vista asked that they
might have Pomona meeting in
February or March. Preston Roy
or was appointed to contact the
granges and make satisfactory arm
rangements.
$lO was sent the Washington
Childrens’ Home.
It was voted to renew the sub-
scriptions for the National Grange
Monthly for the Prosser and Ken
newick libraries.
A letter from National Master
Albert S. Goss urged all grangers
to take active course in the con
servation of food.
Subordinates are asked to send
in the Kegley Memorial Fund con
tributions early.
A rising vote of thanks was giv
en the Kennewick . Highlands
Grange for their hospitality and
to the Frozen Foods company for
donating the topping for the ice
cream served at the dinner.
The program numbers were vi
olin solos by Mrs. Lydia Quigg of
Walla Walla and a talk on the
boundaries of the Olympic Na
tional Park by Mrs. Margaret
Thompson.
HOVER NOTES
By His. Harmon Wilcox
Phone news to Kennewick 12x9
before Wednesday
WSCS met at the home of Mrs.
Harmon Wilcox Tuesday evening.
Elections of officers was held with
Mrs. Winnie Nunn, president; Mrs.
Gladys Butterfield, vice president;
Mrs. Alice Judd, secretary-treas
urer. and Mrs. Clara Hampton,
secretary being elected for the
coming year.
Mrs. Russell Blair accompanied
by Mrs. Harey Carton and son
Donald went to Walla Walla last
Tuesday and Saturday. Donald re
ceived medical treatment.
Hover Benefit Club will sponsor
a Meet Your Neighbors party on
Saturday, November 15 at the high
school. Frank Montague is chair
man. The Hover community is in
vited.
Mr. and Mrs. Orval Butterfield
left Friday for Moscow, Idaho, to
visit their son and wife, Mr. and
Mrs. Lester Butterfleld. They vis
ited Mrs. Butterfleld's sister, Mrs.
John Wright in NeWport and Mr.
and Mrs. Hubrt Derting and fam
ily at Couer d’Alene. They re
turned home Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Arnold of
Pasco called at the Bill Nunn home
Sunday attemoon.
Roy Maulding of Kennewick vis
ited with the Melvin Dickinson
family Sunday afternoon.
Max Price of Boise, Idaho. is
visiting his brother and wife. Mr.
and Mrs. Norman Player.
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Ayers, Mr.
and Mrs. Bill Nunn and Mr and
Mrs. Harmon Wilcox went to Po
rdnga Grange at Highland: Satur-
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Shelley
and children of Kennewick were
Sunday visitors at the Bill Nunn
home. Mrs. Shelley will be re
membered as Donna Bartholomew.
Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Whitlock
of Richland visited at the Harmon
Wilcox home Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hampton
and son Robert went to Spokane
Frday to spend the week end with
Mrs. Lulu Hampton. '
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KENNEWICK (WASH) COURIER-REPORTER
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Lawson of
Toppenish, former residents of
Finley, were Sunday dinner guests
of Mr. and Mrs. Everett Moss.
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Kitson and
daughter Darlene and Mr. and
Mrs. Lewis Robinson of Walla
Walla visited with Mr. and Mrs.
Fred Brodbeck Sunday afternoon.
Mrs. Harold Elder left for Cash
mere Tuesday morning to attend
the funeral of a relative.
Fred Brodbeck was in Wapato
on business Monday of 'his week.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Pier: call
ed on Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Angeli and
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hedington,
both of Kennewick.
Mr. Angell's old time friends and
neighbors will be interested to
hear that he is much improved in
health since his recent return from
Madigan hospital in Seattle where
he has spent the past three months
for a heart ailment. 7
Judy Frederick was brought
home from the hospital Sunday
after havlhg spent several days
thre with a strep throat condition.
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Cochran
and daughters and Mrs. William
Cochran spent Sunday in Prosser
at the Harry Cochran home.
Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Masters
motored to Seattle Friday to spend
the week end and to attend the
wedding of Virgil's brother there
on Saturday.
833 MEETING
The Highland SBS 4-H club held
their meeting at the clubhouse
Oct. 29 under the leadership of
Mr. Switzer. There were 24 mem
bers and 5 visitors present. ‘
Mr. James brought Dr. Robert
Jones to the meeting. Dr. Jones
will be the leader of a 441 Game
club which he is forming. Several
members of this club are going to
carry grapes as a project as well
as livestock. ~
Mr. James spoke about obtain
ing steers at Pasco and also in
southeastern Idaho. About five
members have bought Aberdeeno‘
Angus steers from Mr. Nefl at
Passe and the results show a good
s .
It was suggested that we invite
two or three outstanding business
men and parents to the meetings.
The Highlands Improvement
club presented us with SIOO which
was split with Mrs. Wood's Home
Ec club. The president of the 888
and president of the Home Ec club‘
will be at the men's Club meeting
Friday to thank them for it.
Norman Kass gave us a speech
on a trip.
Dick Robinson, Gene Schneider
and Curtis Moore didn’t have their
speeches prepared for tonight so
therefore received a demerit each
and will have them ready for the
next meeting.
Lewis Hackney. Jimmy Gilker
son and Herby Treager will give
demonstrations and John Robin
son. Dick Pyle and Lee Phillips
will give speeches next meeting.
The meeting was closed with the
pledge lead by Mr. Swjtzer. The
next meeting will be held Nov. 12
at 7:00. Beverly Pyle.
VISIT FROM CANADA
Mrs. Ann Chineli. from Win
field. Alberta. Canada. who has
been a house guest at the home
of her daughter, Mrs. Harold Mot
ter, left for St. Helens, Oregon.
She will visit her son Arthur there
and also her daughter. Mrs. Leslie
Mitchell. Mrs. Motter accompan
ied her mother and will make a
brief visit with her brother and
Sister.
ORDINANCE NO. 486
An ordinance changing the class
ification of certain real property
as orginally classified by Ordin
ance No. 383.
The City Council of the City of
Kennewick does ordain as follows:
Section 1. That the classification
under Ordinance No. 383, the zon
ing ordinance of the City of Ken
newick and the Use District Map
accompanying and being a part of
said Ordinance, of the following
described real property, situate in
the City of Kennewick. County of
Bentgn, and State of Washington.
to-w :
East one-half of Lot 8, and all of
Lot 7 in Block 2. Owen's Addition
to Kennewick. according to plat
thereof recorded in Volume 2 of
Plats. page 94. records of said
county.
be and is hereby changed from a
Residential District R-l to a Res
idential District R-2.
Section 2. This Ordinance shall
be in full force and effect five days
after its approval, passage and le
gal publication in the official news
paper of the City of Kennewick.
Passed by the City Council of
Kennewick thisfith day of Novem
ber, 1947.
- Winifred Campbell. City Clerk.
Approved this 4th day of Novem
ber. 1947. J. C. Pratt. Mayor.
Approved as to form: Kenneth
E. Serier. City Attorney.
Date of publication, Nov. 13. 1947.
Notice of Sale o! Real Property
No. 2497
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 aven that pur
suant to an order heretofore eli
tered by the above entitled court.
the following described real pro
perty. tOowit: .
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 Novem
ber 22. 1947, at twelve o'clock
noon. All bids must be in writ
ing.sealedandsenttotheomoe
of Moulton 8: Powell. Kennewick. ‘
Washington, Attorneys for the
Administrator. at or before noon
of said day. and must be accom
‘panied by cashier's check. or its
equivalent. in an amount not less
than ten percent of the amount
bid. Saidsalewillbemadetothe.
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
;deposit by the succeutul bidder
will be applied upon the payment
‘of the purchase price. and the de
posits made by unsuccessful bid
derswillberetumedtothebld-
ders. The administrator reserves
therlghttorejectanyandallbids.
The amount paid must be not less
than ninety percent of the ap
praised value ot said real proper
ty.
Dated this 3rd day of Novem
ber. 1947.
Lawrence Scott. Administrator
g? gees. Am twAdrninis ‘
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trator. Post Ofllce Box 15. Ken- ‘
newick. Washington. ins-11:20 ‘
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In the Superior Court of the
State of Washington. in and 1m"
Beptqp Cough. _ A _ ‘
In the matter of the adbption by
Frank A. Smith and Evah K.
‘Smith of a minor child.
‘ ToßichardESmithandtoAl
iyce M. Sweazy, formerly Alyce M.
Smith. greetings:
You and each of you are hereby
notified that there is on tile and
pending in the above court a pe
tition. the object of which is to
secure for the petitioners above
named the adoption at Janet Lor-§
raine Smith. a minor child of the
age of five years, and a hearing
on said petition will he heard for}
the purpose of determining wheth-i
er said petition should be granted.
Saidpetitionwillbeheardonl‘ri
hour of 10 o'clock in the forenoon
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Veterans of Foreign
. Wars
' Thomas Hernbree Post 6027
Meets lst and 3rd Wedneodoy
Vets of World Wars I and II
‘ Welcome
Meet: at American Legion Hall
[AMERICAN LEGION
} Robert W. In: Port No. 33
! Meet: In and 311! Thursday:
{Visitors and manliers welcome
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day. November 28, 19“, at the
in the Court room in the Court
House in Prosser. Benton County.
Washington. and you and each of
you are directed to appear in per
son or by counsel on or before said
time and date and enter your ob
jections to said petition. otherwise
the same will be deemed granted.
Done by order of the Court this
29th day of October, 1947.
Fred D. Kemp. Clerk of the
above entitled Court; by Bess
Boyer, Deputy. 10:30-11.20
SUMKONS FOR PUBLICATION
In the Superior Court of the
state of Washington, in and for
Benton county.
Lillian MacGillivary. Plaintiff,
vs. Lloyd MacGillivary, Defend
ant.
State of Washington to: Lloyd
MacGillivary. 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 after the 9th day of October,
1947. and defend the above entitl
ed action in the above entitled
court, and answer the complaint
of the plaintifl and serve a copy
of your answer on the undersign
ed attorneys for plaintifl at their
office below stated. and in case or
your tailure so to do, judgment
and decree will be rendered
against you according to the de
mand of the complaint. which has
been tiled with the Clerk of the
Court. The object of this action
is to obtain a Decree of Divorce
from the defendant by plaintit!
on the wand of mental cruelty
and abandonment.
—Horrigan a: Leavy. Attorneys
for Plaintifi. P. 0. Address: PO.
Box 629, Pasco, Washington.
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