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Eivers’ Licenses To Be
.. ‘ued Starting June 31
‘ .-._Washington State Patrol
" accepting applications
- drivers' licenses in this
, June 15.
‘.. vers' licenses expire 3.1 uly
" " the issuance of new li
~ , a system- of staggered ex-
F i ' dates go into effect.
‘ ‘3 .d of all expiring on the
‘ e, licenses will expire on
i ; ers' birthdays.
- ANC I N G
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; j Norma Jean
-_ it and
E . hm Rhythm. Kings
[ :- WED. and an.
g f: Nights é ‘
_—Sl.oo. tax incl,
75C per week
householder is comfortable in an éasy chair
'- in!“ files! he goes In work and does an el
filiienl job of selling in simple. straighllor
wag‘d language . . . No healing around the
busln. ll he's Selling Slaves, he Sells slaves
. . no premiums, nolhing to send lor, no
coupons; This lillle Salesman is, ol course.
a Classified Ad in _
The KenneWick
Courier- Reporter
The ONLY Newspaper in the World De-
voled EXCLUSIVELY to Kennewick
People and'Kennewick Development
Did You Know That You Can HIRE A
Salesman
This little Salesman is always Courteous
; . . he doesn't Slick his foot in the door ahd
Anpoyi'husy people . . . he waits until the
hehfléhe even starts his Sales talk . .7 .
License fees increase this year
from $2 to $3 for two years.
To cover the confusion of in
stituting the new system, a- vary
ing price sale for this year only
has been setup with some li
censes expiring in 1950 and some
in 1951, depending on whether
the driver was born on an odd
or even year.
Here is how it will work:
Persons born in a year ending
in an even number bet Ween the
first of January and the last day
of June will pay $1.50 and re
ceive a license which expires in
1950. -
Persons born in an even year
between July 1 and December 31
will pay $2.25 for a license explr~
ing in 1950.
Persons born in an odd year
from January 1 to 'July 31 will
pay $3.00 and’ get a license ex-.
piring in 1951.
v Persons born in an odd year
from August 1 through December
31 will pay $3.75 fdr a license
expiring in 1951.
For as Lilile as ‘
lyi‘ V_e+ WYSI
The “Birthday Club” wishes to
say Happy Birthday to you, Mrs.
Juanita Cantley, Miss Leona
Bradshaw, and Mr.‘ Eddie Ryds~
trom. ' ‘ i '
'
Hawn 3 Court
37 ‘Chu'loflo McCuiston
The composer of the popular
song, “June is Busting Out All
Over,” certainly know his sub
ject well, and surely must have
been inspired by a climate verv
much like/our own, because June
has busted right out with near
100 temperatures in; many parts
of the state for almost a week
now. Last Monday evening the
thermometer dropped slightly to
welcome a.cool breeze, but along
the River road, the breeze bro
ught‘a mighty dusty, dust storm.
We are debating whether we
prefer the heat or the nice cool
dust. ‘ ‘
Although w were very sorry to
learn of the fire destroying “The
Farm” last Sunday evening or
early Monday morning, we were
very thankful], there was no
breeze at all and although the
calmness was stifling with the
thermomeer registering in the
high 90’s, a heavy wind woulc
surely have proved very« dis~
asterous. ‘
We have noticed that Mrs. Mary
Engberg, 83-year-old mother of
Mrs. Vandla Bergh, who has been
a shut—in all winter and spring,
has been sitting out on her front
porch enjoying the sunshine. And
‘ Grandma” really showed a little
sunburn too.
The warm weather has inspired
quite a few new paint jobs wrec-'
ently. Having'their trailers new
ly painted were the Alex Bobi
doshs,’ Nels Rydstroms the Arthur
Maxwells and Heine Wendels.
Having new paint jobs on their
cars were the Fred McCuistons
and Eddie Rydstrom. -
‘ The cherries have been ripen—
ing very fast this week and Mr.
‘and Mrs. Dan Grahz‘m and Mrs.
Ernest Graham have been picking
Ifor Mr. John Smith in' his orchard.
(Our next door neighbor).
Word has been received recent
ly from many former tenants,
that they have arrived safely at
their destinations *and they are
settled and happy in their new
locations. Among'these were Mr.
and Ml. B. J. Bond, Fred Floyd
and Robert who have made their
new home in Spokane; Mr. and
Mrs. Richard Quinlan, Dick and
Nancy now in Seattle; Mrs. Hel
en Borton, Mary Lee, Sadie and
Billie raham in Texas; Mr. and
Mrs. C. P. Jackson, Rosco and
Otto in Oklahoma; Mr. and Mrs.‘
Arthur Jaclison and Sharon In
Kansas; Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Whi-l
:ehead now in Oregon; Mr. and‘
Mrs. W. J. Keck in Montana;‘
Mr. and Mrs. ,Ray Smithson in
Western Washington; Mr. and
Mrs. Henry Fernes in Montana.
This comin weekend, Mr. and
Mrs. Lester gathey and daughter
Sandra expect to .spend Saturday
and Sunday in Spokane, the guests
of the B. J. Bond family. '
Home fox: the weekend was
Paul Poling. who? is employed on
the large. concrete grain elevator
being erected in. Con'nell.
Still enjoying a good laugh at
thir husbands‘ expenses are tWo
young mothers at the court. A
short time ago, David Cantley
and Pete Kreifels took their wlves,
Juanita and Arlene, to a drive-In
Father’s ay
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Surprise Party Givén
Mrs. Augusta Barker _
Mrs. Augtlsta' Barker was hap
pily surprised Monday afternoon
when a group of friends came to
extend congratulations on her
seventy-fourth birthday. Many of
the visitors had been members
of the former East Kennewick
club. Included in the group were
Mrs. Tillie Richards, Mrs. John
Rauscher, Mrs. Walker, Mrs.
Hanson, Mrs. Frank Wright and
her sister who is a visitor from
Montana, Mrs. Esther Sitton, Mrs.
Bertha Dague, Mrs. J acobson,
Mrs. Julie Studdley, Mrs. Walter
Bowen and her grandson Bobbie
Eggersj Later in the evening many
other friends and relatives called
to offer felicitations. '
Air Force Party
Ta Visit Area
Dr. Clark Durham 01‘ Kenn
ewick, commander of the Benton-
Franklin squadron of the air
force association, said yesterday
an air force party headed by
Major Jack K. Massie will be in
Richland next Monday to confer
with aid reservists assigned to
the composite squadron.
Purpose of fhe meeting, to be
held in the 'Richland American
Legion building at 8:30 daylight
time, is to acquaint air reservists
of this area with the new air
force reserve training program.
Dr. Durham said the program
Just released from‘ Washington,
D. C., holds many interesting
features for air reservists and urg
es all former Air Force personnel
to attend whether or not they are
assigned to the' squadron com
manded by Lt. Col. John A.
Castle of Richland. '
Captain Pat J. Manley is ac
companying the Major. Both of
ficers are from the 2345th Air
Reserve Training center at Mc-
Chord AFB, Washington. The
2345th is headquarters ~ for air
reserve training in the Northwest.
theatre. The two young ladies
sitting in the back seat of the
car were taken for chilldren and
the cashier, unknowingly charged
David and Pete two whole and
two half fares. ‘,
The four McCuistons, after en
closing their two trailers wizh a
which picketf ence, have added
an old wagon wheel here and there
and now call their yard the “Wa
go'n 'Wuee‘l Patio.”
Returning from a few déys
spent in Spokane and Walla Walla
were the Franz Heartburgs and
Keith Zirkle.
We welcome to the bourt thls‘
week, three new families and their
trailers Welcome .10 Mr. “9‘ll
Mrs; Russell Bradshaw - and
daugh-‘qr Leona, NR. and Mrsq
Davis, son Leßoy and daughters,
Shirlee Lee and three weeks old‘
Joyce Aim, and Mr. and Mrs.
Fred Taylor. 3
Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Hawn at
tended the funeral last Tuesday
in Grandview of Mr. ‘Hawn’s cou
sin Mr. Edsel Dawson, who was
‘an old pioneer of the Grandview
Idistrict. He passed away at the
age of 80. '
A WEALTH OF GIFTS FOR DAD
SURE TO SUIT HIS TASTES. . . .
SURE TO PLEASE YOUR PURSE!
Hurry in early and select
from our giant-size Dad's Day
collection of Gifts. , We've
everything a Dad could want
or need. All first rate quality
and, comfortably pric ed.
Come ‘in early while our
selection is still wide. ‘
DRESS SHIRTS BY
‘ ARROW ‘
. TIES BY FASHION ‘ '
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WOVEN
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' SPORT SHIRTS
SLACKS
Homemakers
Briefs
BY PAT ARMELING
Associate Extension Agent
I seems that cooking ideas are
always . changing. . One of the
latest things studied is the effect
of salt on the vitamin value of
cooked 'vegeables. For health’s
sake, it seems that the salt should
be added just before serving. In
most cases the vitamin loss is
not too great if your family pre
fers the flavor of vegetables co
oked with ' salt. With more' and
more vegetables coming into sea
son,.proper cooking methods can
not be overstressed. Cook vege—
tables to a minimum insuring bet
ter flavor and color. Use them
raw whenever possible as this
gives crispness to your menus.
Raw. Cauliflower is a delicious,
spicy addition to a combination
salad. The' different Shapes and
color adds interest, too. Don’t
cut your vegetables so small that
it’s a guessing game to tell What
is in the salad. Take advantage
of the different 'shapes and col—
ors of vegetables.
Mmmm. Good!
This last weekend. I sampled
a variation of a camrnon dessert.
Many people have recipes for
refrigerator pies with' graham
cracker crust. This one is a
quickie ’and may be different.
Orange Marshmallow Dessert is
a good name for it.
Heat 1 cup' orange juice. Dis-
ll 1r x v
FRIDAY 6. SATURDAY
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solve 24-80 marshmallows in
heated juice. Add a little grated
rind of orange and chill. Whipl‘
1 cup of cream and '{old in above I .
mixture. Line a pan .with gra-l
ham crackers and pour mixture;
over graham crackers. Sprinkle”
the top with cracker crumbs. Let i (
set for 12' hours or more. Cut in ’:
squares with a little whipped!
cream, a few chopped nuts and 3
a cherry on top. ‘F
Practice Makes Perfect
As .the summer goes along, you
might be practicing up on mak
ing some of your favorite pies.
Exhibit some of your products
what this county has to offer.
Ray Marsh. the home economics‘
division superintendent, hopes
that more of the country people
‘will bring their exhibits and show
what this country has to offer.
Any type of pie will quality—
fruit or custard .It certainly is
an easy way to earn some money
for that new hat. Keep it in mind
as canning season comes along,
too.
New Kitchen Bulletin Out
Many people have inquired in
the office‘for help’with kitchen
planning. ‘ We have just received
the revised bulletin, “Planning
Your Kitchen” 387. ' prepared by
Miss Helen Noyes, extension ec
onomist in home management,
which I recommend for solving
many of your problems. Miss
Noyes has done an excellent job
in making this a practical, usable
bulletin whether you are build
ing, remodeling or just changing
some shelves. There are certain
principles to keep in mind while
HUGH B. HORTON
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
303 Kennewick Avenue
Kennewick, Washington
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:TIOVCS and refrigerators.
Write-or call the Extcnsio
office in Kennewick or Pi‘osse
if you “'th u copy of “Plannin
Your Kitchen.“
If it is possible I am plannin
to be in the Prosser oifico ;
least every Wednesday. This 1
in an effort to make a belu
balanced program for all of 1!:
county. The office hours haw
been changed following the :‘u:
gestion of the County Commi;
sioners, and we will muim;.i:.
the same office hours a< (mu-:-
county offices .during the month
of June, July and August. Them
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