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County Agent’s Column
By c. r. WEBSTER. Acting 2,; 'ension Agent
At the Benton county planning.
meeting held in Benton City No-‘l
vember 19, committees were set“
up for extension program plan-. 1
ning in the county for 1949. AM
Roza committee was suggested atli
this meeting, and the committee ’.;
picked included Oscar Schorzman. 3
George O’Brien, John Shuler, Guy
Murchland, Francis Tosch. Max
Benitz, Lional Hall. Clarence
Medlock and Henry Anderson.
The committee met in the court
house annex January 18. The pur
pose ot setting up the committee
is for the Roza land owners to
become acquainted and work co
operatively to settle any problems
peculiar -to their area or incident
to settling new lands.
Problems suggested for consid
eration during the year included
the growing weed problem, lack
of telephones on the entire pro
ject, the production of seed crops
and the Crop Improvement as
sociation program, the placement
of road signs to name and locate
various roads, school safety signs
in the Whitstran area, and the
problem of drainage of seepage
waste water on the Roza lands.
It was brought out in the dis
cussion that our number one pest
of noxious weeds is the Canadian
Thistle. which is now appearing
the full length of the Roza lands
and is becoming a serious menace.
Ross Morris, secretary of the Ito-i
za irrigation . district, maintains
that the ,farmers must either con
f trol this weed. or the weeds will
contol the crops of the farmer. A
committee consisting of Guy
Murchland. John Shuler an d
George O'Brien was appointed at
the committee meeting to work
‘ on the forming of a weed district
, inthef-Roza to try to contol these
1 noxidus weeds at the earliest pos
sible date. . 1
The 'farmers on the Roza with‘
new land, are keenly aware ot‘
the possibilities of growin'g crops
for seed. With the proper hook
up between the State Crop Im
provement association and the
national unit__ of the association
-.mAafi’séchr-e the puristrains or
new and superior varieties. We
will have agencies to aid in mar
keting these seed crops, and we
can also help to secure cleaner
seed. A committee, was appointed
to work on the formation of 1:
Benton county unit of the Crop
Improvement association. Elvin
McKenzie, Frank Omstead and‘
John Shuler are working on this:
committee and will work -with
the Wheat Planning committee
and other commodity committees
in the county _to obtain this con
nection.
The total lack of - telephone
service on the Roza was discussed.
Some of the farmers have been
living on the area for four years
and at present there is no pro
spect of getting phones. Max
Benitz and Frank Tosch were;
asked to investigate the possibili
ties of securing .. some Roza Eat-J
tension lines in the more populat
ed areas that could support a
phone line.
Arthur Whitson Gets
College Hall Office
Arthur Whitson of Kennewick
was elected treasurer of Todd
Hall, the. boys dormitory on the
college of Puget Sound campus
when officers were chosen dur
ing a house meeting last week.
The new officers will take over
for the second semester, beginning
next week.
Whitson is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. James H. Whitson, Rt. 1
Kennewick. He is a freshman at
the college, having graduated
from Kennewick high school in
1943. l
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DR. S. s. SELBY
Optometrist
an Inn. Ave. Phone 4511
Kennewick. Wash.
Visual Analysis, Contact
Lenses, Laboratory Service
Hours: 9 to 5 daily except
Sunday. Wednesday: 9 to
12:30. Tuesday & Thursday
. Evenings by Appointment. .
.... -_ _ --- _-___ .--.
Night Phones
wwick 512 or 4382
coral-21's AUTO REPAIR
Pratt's Garage ‘
' 10 North Auburn
The committee members feel
that during these winter days
when it is impossible to do any
field work, they will try to rush
through the canvassing for sig
natures on petitions and the or.
.ganization work necessary to car
ry out these three projects.
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‘ ' Magazine
EDIT and 501'!"
Dear Moit,
The tragic cpld has brought
about another week of frozen
feet, running noses and stiff fin
gers. And the extra amount of
clothing the students seem to load
on. .
Exams are all over for another
six weeks and all of us can breathe
again, till report cards are car
ried home. But goodness, some one
has to get the low grades. Why
be choosey?
KENNEWICK (W ASH.) COURIER-REPORng
The Lions downed the Bombers
in a crash win, 32-31, Friday. The
‘Bombers played a good game, But
as our Lions are fortunate in be
ing tied with the Bulldogs, it
seems our players played good
too! .
Tuesday, Grandview Mustangs
.will meet the Lions in the gym
at Kennewick. Lets hope they
chalk up a top score again. Here’s
luck boys! ~
As the snow is still giving our
grounds a glittering white affect.
let’s hope it won’t pack well for
‘ IN SCHOOL
Enrollment last week reached
96 in the Bethlehem Lutheran
school here. The school closed a
week when the local public schools
were closed because no school
busses were opereting.
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snowballs, or I pity us gals. g
Your Loving friend.
Goit . l
PS. See you again at the Mixer.
Tuesday. Right after the game at
the Teenage club. Plenty ot tun.l
food and frolic.
G. '
! Card of Thanks
I We wish to thank our kind
friends and neighbors and the
flier! Cross for their kindness and
Iconsiderauon In. helping us dur.
ling the loss of our home by fire
Clarence Freiss and family.
l M
ma CALLED OPP
Due to the cold weather the
Finley Grange meeting scheduled
”or Thumday (today) will not
be held. They will meet on Feb.
PM"? 11.
THURSDAY. JANUARY 27, 1949.
‘DIVOBCES ‘
L. Nickerson. New divorce :.u115:
_ Loren E. Anslow. Jr.. vs. Pearl An
,slow; Clarence Stoner vs. Myrtle
iStoncr.
l Word has been received by Mr.
.~ and Mrs. R. H. Perkins of the ..r
--» rival of a son to Mr. and Mm.
i C. L. Ebsworth. the former liar
' bit. Perkins. in Cleveland, 0,
WV" k "*0 Whmnrth’c vonnuri g.)n_

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