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County Agent’s Column
W on DD?
With the coming of the fly sea
son, dairymen and cattlemen should
make plans for control of flies. In
a nut shell, this is the latest
information we have on DDT.
You should not use DDT on
dairy cows or their feed, or the
dairy barn, or on feed for meat
WBECKEB
SERVICE
Phone 511
Night Phone
m “I at “I 2
comm AUTO REPAIR
Pratt's Garage '
10 North Auburn
m nocx magma
m DECORATING
JOHN SOUTHERN
Phone Kennewick 2794
" Box «1 -Km
WELL DRILLING —’— FHA FINANCING
Malheson Sand 8: Gravel Co.
Crushed Gravel Carloads Shipped
Concrete Sand Driveway Gravel
Pit Run Motor, Plaster Sand
GENES “PHOLSTEBIIG
"76:: Want the Belt . . . We Do the Belt:
PASCO AIRPORT
NEW Ping-Free Powgr!
Elli 111/i
SUPREME
usual!
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For Today’s High compreSSion Eng'nee
You Can’t Buy a Better Gasoline!
Fasterstarm . Smoorher performance
Quicker warmups o Speedier getaway
f
n. E. Oliver and Glenn Felton ‘
Local Distributors 9:
I Phone 2512 Kennewick
a, c. r. mum Adina bum... Am
SMITH AND HADEN
DRILLING EO.
Route 1 Pasco
moans—mum mm: and nan-m puco
mom KW "Xl—Plea 747
nut oi The Twin City Airport
animals, or on parts of food crops
to be eaten by humans. DDT
may be safely used on non-food,
non-feed crops; farm buildings
except dairy cattle quarters; root
crops; food crops before edible
part has developed; food crops
on which the edible part is pro
tected by pods or husks. Meth
oxychlor is now recommended as
a substitute for DDT to control
insect pests on dairy cows.
More On Brennan Program I
In reading material from dif-i
ferent sources on Brannan'a farmj
program, I ran across this state-1
ment—“The central idea appears
to be that farm income: will be?
kept high and consumer’s food
prices can‘ go down; the govern
ment will pay the difference; pro-:
vided the farmer does what he
is told to do.” I would me that
everyone interested in agriculture
read very carefully all material‘
that they can find on this farm
program. In another section of the:
paper this week you will find uni
article by Dr. Elkington on the
effect of three commodities which‘
are produced in this county. In
reading the report: comm from
the national capital. it appear:
PHONE
1398 or 141.3
that this farm program will not
be enacted this year, but progress
may be made rapidly when the
congress gets around to the farm
program. Therefore,' you should
be in a position to express your
ideas. Articles have appeared ini
the Washington Farmer, North-r
west Farm News, and in the pap-1
ers representing the Farm Bureau
and the Grange during this past
week. You should get ahold of all
of those and read them, because
they attack the subject from many
different angles.
New Bulletins
Hop men will be interested 1n
Station Circular Numbr 73, just
out, which is entitled “Hop Pest
Control in Washington”. The sum
mary printed in this bulletin gives
pertinent data relative to the time
to control aphids and mites, the
type of dust to be used and any
other control measures which
should be put into effect for the
control of the pests of hops.
ugh: 39m, Jidging Schéol
I received this week notice of
a light horse judging school to be
held at Washington State College
in the middle of May. Those who
are interested can call at the office
and secure application blanks.
Registration fee for the judging
school is $5.00. Seven different
breeds of light horses will be
Judged with instruction given by
competent judges of the northwest.
Careful Check on Bees
Tests made a few days ago
promted a Washington State Col
lege bee expert today to suggest
that be and fruit men keep a
close check this season on bees
in orchards where blossom thinn
ing sprays are used. I
The spiculturist, Herman F.‘
Menke, said tests made this month
at Sawyer and Prosser indicated;
the dinitro blossom thinning spray
'might be more toxic than was
‘formerly believed. Because such
as pray is applied to trees in full
bloom, he added, “there may be
a possibility” the Sprays could
cause considerable loss to bee
keepers if the spraay comes in
contact with the 'bees. .
Menke said there is NO need
to be alarmed by these results
but close observation is warranted
in the state this season when more
wide-spread use of blossom thinn
ing sprays is expected. Toxicity
tests have been‘ made in New York
state since 1943 and the general
conclusion has been that such
thinning sprays are not very
toxic to been: under field condi
tions.
The WSC man said tests at the
Irrigation Experiment station.
Presser, were made with E. C.
Klostermeyer, entomologist there.
‘and indicated that a generally rec-3
ommended concentration of blos
som thinning spray for apple trees.
was toxic. That proportion was
1.5 pints of 20 per cent dinltro
thinning spray in 100 gallons of
water. Further tests will be mam:l
this season by Dr. L. P. Batjer.‘
principal physiologist of the U. B.}
Department of Agriculture at Wen-1
atehee, and by M‘enke. ‘
Homemakers
Briefs
"mm
mama-u
HOW’ 8812?!
A .“Lpfl-ont" Ida
Here’s a good recipe tor am
up the “left over Easter ham
and it won’t taste like “lett
overs”, I assure you.-
‘ Ram and Sweet Potato Grand:
2 .cups cooked ham. eutrtine
3: cups mashed sweet potatoes
(4 medium-sized potatoes)
are teaspoon salt
44 cup milk . .
1 tablespoon butter or torti
tied finiargarlne j
1: cu . ;
96 teaspoon nutmeg
Vs teaspoon cinnamon
1:6 cup pineapple. cut fine ‘
2 cups crushed corntlakes
2 to 4 tablespoons tat .
Combine all ingredients ex
cept cornflakes and 2 to 4 table
spoons rat. Shape into 8 patties.
Dip in cornflakes. Melt 2 table
spoons tat in skillet. Brown
patties slowly. adding more fat
as necessary. Fry on both sides
until crisp and well browned.
Serves 4.
Water Span
A rub-down often is the relay
edy for spots on 'clothes resulting
from a run-in with rain drops.
April showers may bring spots
as well as spring flowers, espec
ially on plain-color rayon: and
silks. Splashes are less likely to
show on prints. H
To remove water spots, first
try rubbing the fabric with tin
gernail or edge or a coin, or sim
ply rub between the hands.
Rubbing is especially ettective
on crepe weaves. After the rub,
press the , whole garment with
slightly damp tissue paper or a
press cloth.
‘ Spots caused by dissolving the
finish or “dressing" in the goods
are the most difficult to remove
unless the garment can be steam
ed and pressed, or washed. Coat
linings spotted by water are
problems. Manufacturers can
apply durable, water-repellant
finish to silks and rayon: and
thus make them resistant to such
spots. Look for labels on ready-e
KENNEWICK (WASH) COURIER-REPORTER
made gamenis guaranteeing
against water wetting. This is
especially important (or dress
which cannot be washed and for
coat linings.
When loss 01 luster causes the
spot, try pressing to bring back
the sheen and automatically
make the spot disappear.
New answers from research to
the daily problems of homemak
ers will be studied by Washing
tons's county extension home
agents during a refresher course
at Washington State College the
last week in April.
This course is being arranged
by the state agricultural exten
sion staff with the cooperation of
Dean Velma Phillips and the
teaching and experiment staff of
the College of Home Economics.
Miss Elmina White, our assist
‘ant extension director, tells us we
will study new teaching techni
ques and research findings in
clothing textiles, home furnish
ings, housing, family life, foods
and nutritious, crafts, and econo
mics and sociology . In all ses
sions direct application of the re
search will be made to the prob
lem: of rural tamilies.
In the clothing and textiles
section, the agents will review
projects dealing with percale un
iforms and sheets. inspect an ex-
ABSTRACTS
Benton County
Abstract 8: Title Co.
216 Kenn. Ave. Phone 6161
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ACCOUNTANTS
ED M. PETRASK
Licensed Public Accountant
Bookeeping— Income Tax
Richmond Bldg.
Phone “Ol—Kennewick
ERNEST R. CRUTCHER
ACCOUNTANT
Income Tax Consultant
Room 3—Wash. Hdw. Bldg.
Phone Kenn. 6201
D. L. Mcxsovm
ACCOUNTANT
Complete Bookeeping
Tax Service
Phone 436 'l Cascade
n. M. We. do.
1 PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS
/ 410 w. Columbia Street .
Phone 8532 Paco
Am .VICE
W cm amour
All Kinds Flying Instructions
Seaplane Instruction
Charter Service
Gasoline and Repairs
On Nob Hill Phone 5531
AMBULANCE ”VICE
FUNERAL HOME
DAY OR NIGHT PHONE
~ 2201 or 2401
314 First Avenue
arrows .
Mom-ran. powzu.
and GESS
Office in Owen's ,Bldg.
300 W. Kenn. Ave.
_ Phone 761
BUSSEL R. BIDENOUB
‘ ATTORNEYAT-LAW
J 108 N. sth St. Pasco
. Phone Pasco 4801
I Z KEN E. SERIER
ATTORNEYAT—LAW
18 Kennewick Ave. East
Columbia Bldg.
Office 2971 Bee. 2957
HORRIGAN- 8t LEAVY
?'1 ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW
‘ Pasco Phone Pasco 3632
Refresh» Conn.
PROFESSIONAL—AND—SERVICE---D|RE(IORY
mm: of children's meats de
signed by the Bureau of Human
Nutrition and Home Economics
of the U. S. department of agri
culture; and view a demonstra
tion of time-saving methods in
clothing construction.
The home furnishings and
equipment sections will stress
new trends in color, fabrics and
furniture, and new automatic ap
pliances such as dish washers
and clothes dryers.
During the housing sessions,
rqn . . .
1 Ready-Mix Concrete
) Roll Roofing
; Anti-Hydro
} Waterproofing
CENTRAL SAND
& GRAVEL CO.
“I I M Pane.
M M “I
ATTORNEYS
D. W. ZENT
ATTORNEYAT-LAW
Comer of~sth 8: Lewis St.
Pasco Phone 6371
W. J. GAFFNEY
ATTORNEYAT-LAW
Title 8; Trust Bldg.
Pasco Phone 5579
W
CHAS. T. MORBECK
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
323 Avenue 0 I
Phone 1406 Kennewick
AUTOMOTIVE
GRAVES
AUTO SERVICE
. Guaranteed Service
on All Cars 8: Trucks
15 N. Auburn Phone 1001
DON SKIRVING‘S
am a menu am
14 N. Auburn Phone 881
I
BEAUTY SHOPS

- MALINA .
BEAUTY SHOP
' 107 Avenue C -
Kennewick Phone 4900
Evemng' Work By
Appointment Only
CLEANING '
J 8: K WINDOW
CLEANING SERVICE .
Venetian Blinds Cleaned
Janitor Servicej‘loor Waxing
Kennewick and Pasco '
Phone Kenn. 4740
Help Yourself Laundry
Columbia Washatorla
HOURS: 9 am. to 8 pm.
Monday thru Friday
(Across from S 8: J Motor)
Phone 1941
ELECTRICIANS
COLUMBIA ELECTRIC
ALEX BIER, Prop.
. Electric Supplies.
Maytag Parts and Service
Phone 3201 16 Kenn. Ave.
FARM SERVICE
Airplane Application
2.4-D WEED KILLER
JACK BRUINGTON
Phone 107 Pasco
E. S. JOHNSTON
GRAIN DEALER
Telephone 3324 Pasco
505 West Lewis Pasco
the home agents will visit the
low-cost demonstration houses on
the campus, and review time and
motion studies dealing with ar
rangement of work units in kit
chens and laundry rooms.
uidtssgileeda lifn newermso rea
They will study research on
unitine flour, low calory diets.
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FILM SERVICE
COLUMBIA PHOTO
LAB
415 Avenue C
B-Hour Film Service
In at 9:oo—out at 5:00
FLOWERS
0 Table Arrangements
0 Wedding Flowers
0 Foneral Designs '
0 Plants and Giltware
0 Flowers by Wire
. Kennewick
FLOWER SHOP
FTD MEMBER
Phone 1856 So. 17 Cascade
[CE DELIVERY
INLAND ICE CO.
Block 8: Crushed Ice
Delivered Anywhere
in Twin Cities
Ph. 0191 125 Wash. St. N.
INSURANCE
YEDICA
INSURANCE AGENCY
ALL 3151: COVERAGE
Room 9 Richmond Bldg.
Phone 5301 Kennewick
MOVING STORAGE
HIGHLAND TRANSFER
Local and Statewide Moving
- Fireproof Storage
Agent North American
Van Lines :.
Phone 942 11 E. Kenn. Ave
OPTOMETRISTS
DR. H. C. CURRY
Registered Optometrist
Eyes Examined
Glasses Fitted
Broken Lem Dupfiated
Established Many Years
Optical Office at Residence
2 Blocks from PD.
402 First Ave.
Phone 1361
DB. CLARK DURHAM
OPTOMETRIST
Eyes Examined
Lenses Duplicated
9 50. Dayton Kennewick
Phone 0241
DR. 1141391312 E. OLSON
01:10me
Analytical Eye Examinations
Complete Optical Services
by Appointment
210 N. 4th St. Pasco Ph. 3881
PAINT
Now You Can Flameproot
your paint at no extra cost.
For further information call
PASCO 1000
JACK BRUINGTON
carbohydrate metabolism and {cod
costs, and will hush up on such
homecrafls as making handbag
and bracelets and etching blast
and metal.
This will give Home Agents the
"what’s new” information for ex.
cellent club puma-am material this
coming year.
NEWSPAPmS
spa-m REVIEW
AGENT FOR
Call 1812 Kennewick
PHOTOGRAPHY
COMMERCIAL
PHOTOGRAPHY
00me
more LAB.
415 Ave. C Ph. 2086
RADIO ”VICE
THE HOUSE
OF SERVICE
Exceptional Radio Repair
on Kane and Auto Radios
Authorized RCA-Victor DI.
Phone 6261 119 First Ave.
REAL STATE
c. A. cum-can
um Real mu:
Bunker
. 103 um Ave. East
Kennewick Phone 701
same:
1m”:
WITON
320 Age. Q But
PM 2908
\. s+. .4 5,5.
mutton samcn
march SERVICE
xii une- Wat or m-Land
Drive-In Theatre,
um Road
Ranking. Cleaning and
Rue-Goring
SHOE REPAIRING
THE 8303 HOSPITAL
116 Kenn. Avo.‘ Phone 1944
-- EXM Workmanship
Men’s Work Shoes for Sale
TITLE INSURANCE
WASHINGTON TITLE
INSURANCE CO.
210 Kenn. Ave. Phone 6161
mmnmmns
Dr. J. I. Prodctlckscn
Residence No. Stevens Dr.
Phone ZW—Richland
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