Engineers and Basin
Groups to Have Meetmg ‘
Tuesday and Wednesday, Dec
ember 7 and 8, the Columbia Ba
sin Inter-Agency committee and
the Army Engineers will meet in
Spokane for the purpose _of fam
iliarizing residents of this area
with the provisions of the Army
)ngineers' famous “308 Report”
vhich was released last week in
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Precautions Make Home Storage of
Vegetables Worthwhile, Agent Says
Vegetables in storage are sub
ject to spoilage caused by numer
ous plant diseases but a few pre
cautions make home storage very
worthwhile and will save a lot
of valuable food, J. Morris Bell.
assistant county extension agent.
Poor moisture and temperature
conditidns are the main cause for
trouble developing after the veg
etables are put in storage. Some
vegetabes require low tempera:
tures and others a- warmer spot.
Cabbage, potatoes and turnips
must haVe a low temperature. on
ions keep best just at the water
freezing point, while squash and
pumpkins rot easily when held at
a low temperature and do better
if kept at about 60 to 70 degrees.
Ventilation of stored vegetables
is also important because ventila
tion carries off the excess mons
ture in the air and ,the various
gases which come from the vege
tables. Fresh at: is a great help
in keeping dowa decal:
When cabbage is too moist, a
white mold collects over the cab
bage heads. Potatoes are espec
ially susceptible to awo or three
diseases. One is late blight dis
ease, which can cause serious
damage in storage if the tubers
are not cry and fairly :05]. An
other is ring rot, which it it’s
alu-m.!y in the potato will crop out
even when the potatoes are kept
dry, but dry conditions will help
hold down the damage.
Bell said that if homemakers
ére to keep spoilage down they
must recognize that not all vege
tables can be kept the same
length of time. Potatoes can be
kept even longer than a year. On
ions will do well for quite a long
time if kept near the freezing
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nearly as well. Celery is diffi
cult to store beyond more than
a few weeks. Cabbage does not
do well unless held under ideal
conditions. Squash and pump
kins 'will keep perhaps two or
three months, with some varieties
such as Hubbard squash keeping
well into the spring. Both salsify‘
and carrots do ﬁairly well in stor-1
Bell also pointed out that vege
table storage places should be
disinfected during- summer to
avoid carrying bacteria and fungi
‘over to a new storage season. A
igood disinfectant is made at the
rate of one pound of copper sul
fate or blue vitrol in 10 gallons
of water. He said the important
thing about disinfecting is that
all of the dirt. mud and vegetable
debris must be thoroughly washed
off the crates and bin boxes be
fore the solution is .applied.
Two Irrigation V
Electors of the Columbia Ken
newick Irrigation Districts, will
go to the polls on Tuesday,
December 14, to elect new direct
Any resident of the districts,
who is of legal voting age and
owns or has evidence of owner
ship of land in the district, is
eligible to vote. Polling places
will be open from 1 to 8 p.m.
The Kennewick Irrigation Dis
trict vote will be taken at the
Highlands Club house, manager
E. J. Brand said today, with two
directors to be elected.
Frank Lampson, who is com-l
pleting his second full term as
a director, is a candidate for re
election for a three year term; and
McKinley Desgranges is a candi
date tor the two year term. Des
granges would replace Jay Perry,
who was appointed to complete;
the. unexpired term of the late
F. R. Gragg. Neither candidate
is apposed. - 1
The third director of the district,
N. L. Foraker, has one more year:
to serve, said Brand. ‘
Only one vacancy is to be filled
on the board of the Columbia
Irrigation District, for which the
incumbent director, Harry Hamp
ton, is the unopposed candidate.
Hampton is now completing his
second term in office. , ,
Other directors of the ColumbiaJ
District are John Smith. of the“
River Road, and A. J. Thompson
of Kennewick. Frank B. Mason‘
is manager and secretary. 7 ‘‘ I
Polliné places for Columbia
electors, said Mason, will be as
follows: 1, the Lawrence Moeller
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KENNEWICK (W ASH.) COURIER-REPORTER
Formal Dinner in Pasco
The Kennewick Toastmistress
club met for a formal dinner Fri
day evening at Hotel Pasco. Mrs.
Bruce Lampson introduced the
\table “What We Can Do for the
Welfare of the Children In Our
Community.” Mrs. Lance Read
as toastmistress presented several
ﬁve minute speakers.
Mrs. F. J.l Sage talked on “Cer
amiés", Mrs. Herbert Owens on
“Do We Know'What We Want”,i
Mrs. Curt Benninghoven’s subject‘
was “Looking Toward the Hori
zon" and that of Mrs. Elizabeth!
Bailey was “My Next Door Neigho‘
bor”. Evaluator was Mrs. Allen
Deffenbaugh and lexicologist was
Mrs. Frank Maupin. '
Three visitors present were Mrs.
Program Plans '
When the executive board of
the Kennewick PreoSchool PTA
met Thursday evening in the
home of Mrs. Robert Alexander.
Mrs. Tom Gulls, prop-am chair
man, announced her plans for the
Christmas program to be given
for the regular meeting Dccanber
16, at 8:15 p. m., at the Episcopal
Music will highlight the, eve
ning. with songs by Mrs. Patricia
Woods Brown, violin selections by
little Barbara Grinshaw and ap
propriate Christmas music by
nine members of the Treble Clef
A reading, “Christmas Ideals,”
will be presented by Mrs. Alex
ander, and group singing will be
Mrs. J. D. Martin reported that
the annual project of toys for the
nursery school and kindergarten
will be carried out and the pre
sentation made before Christmas
Mrs. Clare Shaw, president, ap
pointed Mrs. W. L. Bellomy gen
eral chairman for the sponsorship
of the annual concert of the Rich
land Meister singer: on January
29. with Mrs. Ralph Jelde and
Mrs. Don Solberg in charge of
EaCh Dre-school member 13 ask.
ed to bring a guest in the Christ
mas meeting and anyone desiring
trmmportation will please can
M’S- Dean Yedicﬂ. who was co
hostess for the board meeting.
\ The hostess committee for the
December meeting will be Mrs.
Cecil Edwards, chairman. Mrs. Phil
Heffelfinger, Mrs. Ralph 'Jeide,
Mrs. R. E.‘ Jones, Mrs. Olaf oth
eirn, Mrs. James Glard, Mrs.
Gerald Giard, Mrs. Mark Brown
and Mrs. Robert Alexander.
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Iresidence of the River Road; pie-1
cinct 2, the office of the Columbia.
:Irrigation District at 10 Kenne-‘
wick Avenue, fEast, A change!
made since publication of the:
official notice ‘of the election!
because the city hall is not avail
able at the time, precinct 3, the
Finley grange hall; and precinct.
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and WHY HE BECAME A CHRISTIAN. Beaten, Perse
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His Interesting Paraphenalia . . .
To Be Repeated Sunday, 4:15 p. m., if Necessary. SUNDAY, 11 a. m., “The Bride Beautiful”; and
SUNDAY, 7:30 p. m., “The Great Catast rophy.” ‘
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REV. J. N. TINSLEY, Pastor Kennewick Washington
East Side Stale
To Be in Pasco I
The East Side Conference of
Washington State veterans of
Foreign Wars will be held in
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Net: of Pasco and Mrs. M. C.
Wagy of Kansas City.
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Pasco on April 16 and 17. district
commander Lee Bonnett an
nounced at t‘l: regular meeting
of the Thomas Hembree post,
held in the Kennewick city hall
on November 24.
Two local members, Al Clary
and Courtney Baze, who are 10th
district color guards, will carry
the Kennewick post’s colors in
the opening ceremonies.
Comander David Bonk also an
nounwd that .the Kennewick
V. P.W.posthuindorsed the
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1943
bill presented to the state 1g”.
lature providing for a “It!"
soldieif's home east of the mug
ains at Soap Lake, Wn.
The matter of obtaining M
colors was also discussed m
$95.00 was donated by the m.
bers present for their purchase the
colors will be used in tutum M
The matter of obtaining a pm
club in Kennewick was m.
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