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WANTED: Eggpegienced jgpitrggs
V';§§fit—s—W6rk3—day or Elite. Ph.
3192. Jennette Colby. K-5-11-13p
FULL OR PART TlMEßS—Aver
age $2 to $5 per hour taking
orders. Real Silk products. Col
lege students welcome. Car not
necessary. Write 116 East A St.,
Yakima. K-6-10-13p
WANTED TO BUY—Lawn swing
and children’s playground
equipment. E. R. Supple, phone
2385. K-7-10-13p
WANTED TO BUY: All kinds of
antique glassware. furiture
and china. Mrs. Dorothy B. Han
son, Lleble road. West High
lands. Telephone 2740. K-8-tf
WANTED TO BUY: Beef and
dairy cattle .of all kinds, also
horses. Contact Lande Brothers.
Rt. 1. Kennewick, phone 2186.
.K-9-tfc
For Rent
FOR RENT: House, apartment
and trailer, furnished. Shade
. and lawn, located near the Y.
8501 Columbia Ave., Kennewick.
K-31 13p
FOR RENT: 2-room apt. Partly
furnished. Ph. 2051 evenings.
K 29 1313
FOR RENT: Walt’s Trailer Camp,
modern facilities. Large 50 x
25 ft. lots. Located at. Ave. B &
Gum St., Kenn. K-10-tfc
FOR RENT: .Latest model High
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Edger and Floor Polisher. Low
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K-11-22-tf
For Sale _
FOR SALE: 1947 Oldsmobile
club coupe “66”, hydramatic, r.
& 11., excellent condition inside
and.out, $1845. Phone 8566.
K-30-13p
FOR SALE: Red fryers. 422 Fir
Ave. Phone 5541. K 33 13-c
FOR SALE: Red currants. Pick
your own, 500 gal. N. C. Neil
son, Rt. 2, corner Bartlett and
Frazier Rd., phone 3461.»K~35 13c
FOR SALE: Red fryer’s, Mrs. Ro
bert Pyle, Ph. 2764. K2-12-13c
GENE'S UPHOLSTERING
"You Want the Best . . . We Do the Rest"
Pasco Airport
HERE ls THE ANSWER .
To You PRINTING PROBLEMS
[The ,cntire facilities of the Kennewick Printing Com
pany are now ovoiiobie for commercial printing. We
are now in a position to otter SPEEDY deiivery'ot your
printing iobs. . For quality printing. priced right, see us
today.
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QUALITY .'— SPEED _4— ECONOMY .
KENNEWICK PRINTING A (O.
Kennewick Ave. Phone 111 Two Doors East of Post Office
Miscellaneous
APPLES: Transparents are ready
SI.OO and $2.00 box. Packing
shed 2 mi. south of Kennewick
on Gum St. Ray Marsh. K-34 13-
15p. _
STANDARD pLuMEtNG
6.
HEATING
Everything in plumbing and
heating. for free estimates, call.
Ira H. McClearen—Kenn. 8931.
‘ K-12-tfc
FOR SALE: Several tracts of
land to be set out in fruit trees
and grapes. Nurseryman’s Ex
change W. B. Saunders, Ph. 4524
River Road. K-13-tfc
‘HEARING AID BA'I‘EERIES
Good Stock _o: Fifesh Batteries
at All Times
DON SKIRVING’S ELECTRIC
14 No. Auburn'St. Phone 881
Kennewick K-17-tfc ‘ Wash.
CO_Q_LEB PADS, madé .to order.
All sizes, réasonai‘tilew. p‘r'izéé:
Bailey's, 710 W. Columbia Ave.
Kennewick. Ph. 5076. K-14-tfc
WANTED TO BORROW—SI,OOO
for three years. Pay monthly.
Will give first mortgage on mod
ern home, five rooms‘ and bath,
five years old, insured for $4250.
Fine shade trees, 20 young fruit
trees, 91-foot front in West High
lands on Lampson Road. Phone
Kennewick‘279B. K-32 13c
IF YOU WANT 'A MacMillan
built Home. Hurry! only two
left: 1~2 bedroom, 1-3 bedroom,
and three lots left to build on in
this desirable project in Garber
Addition on Kenn. Ave. See Mac-
Millan Const. Co., on tract, Kenn.
Ave. W, to golf course, phone
5971. _ K-16-tfc
NEED MONEY? Sell Christmas
Cards. Profit to 100% on $1
“Leader” assortment, personal
greetings 50 for $1 up. New plas
tics. many others. “Leader” on
approval, FREE imprinted sam
ples, STYLART, 1310 Santee,
Dept. 24, Los Angeles 55, Calif.
K-28 13p
. LOANS
Automobile Loans -
Furniture Loans
Attractive totes as low as 4%
112 A N. 4th f't. . Ph. 3344
PASCO K-15-tfc
Do 'you need letterheads? Cards? Enve
lopes? Come in iodcy. you'll find our
quality and prices right. .
Do you liave a printing ‘p'roblem? 66m: in
and let our experienced men help you solve
if. V
Do you need a magazine. booklet or a news-
paper printed? Come in. we have the best
suited equipment in the area for this work.
Phone 3842
Miscellaneous
MISCELLANEOUS: Comp le t e
washing machine repairs and
service, by factory-trained me
chanics for all makes of washers.
Bunch Finnegan Inc.,' on the ave
nue. Phone 51801. K-18-tfc
BABBEE TENDAS
and
ACCESSORIES .
F. H. McLain 223 Abert Ave.
' Richland, Washington
K-19-11-13p
FOR MAYTAG delivery, contact
Bunch-Finnigan, Inc., immedi
ately. Radios, refrigerators, elec
tric ranges. 335 Avenue G East
Kennewick, phone 4801. Quality
merchandise at lowest pr_i,_ces_. _.
Electrolux Cleaner & Air Puri
fier, the originator and leader.
$69.75. Terms if desired. Why
pay' more for others worth less.
5912. E. H. Laird—lßo6 W. 4th
Ave., Kennewick. K-21-10-15p
A complete sign service tar
the Ithcjtxma-T A
NESCO-NEON-SIGN-CO.
116 N. Tacoma Pasco Ph. 199
D. P. Jones—Cal Schuster
K-22-15-tfc
PIANOS
Roy Goodman. pianist and ac
cxedited teacher. otters without
obligation authentic information
on pianos.
ROY GOODMAN’S TERI-CITY
MUSIC STORE
124 Avenue “C" Phone 6968
Kennewick K-23-tfc
MOKLER PLUMBING &
HEATING CO.
Pipe, Valves, and Fittings
Iron Fireman Coal Stoakers
Plumbing and Heating Supplies
115 lst Ave. Tel. 4&1
c
01] Heater, Norge, Quaker or
Internationals aISO floor fum
aces can be seen at Durochers.
We also have a fine stock of
beautiful combination radios in
light or dark wood. K-24-tfc
NOTICE
Delivered Bull Service. Guern
sey or Whiteface. Cash buyer
for livestock. Milk cows for sale.
Howard Ash, East End of lst
Ave., Kennewick. Phone 1911. -
K-25-8-17p
REX A I R
CONDITIONER - CLEANER
and HUMIDIFIER
Sales - Service Supplies
ROBERT E. CAMPBELL
114 Foster Road
Phone 8907
K-26-tfc
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no THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE
OF WASHINGTON FOR BENTON COUNTY
VICTOR MCKEE. Plaintiff vs. NADINE
McKee. Defendant.
THE STATE or WASHINGTON 'ro mt:
SAID NAmsE McKEE. DEFENDANT:
You are hereby summoned to appear
within sixty (60$ days after the date of
the first publication of this summons. to
wit. within sixty (60) days after the 16th
day of June. 1949. and defend the above
entitled action in the above entitled court.
and answer the amended complaint of the
plaintiff. and serve a copy of your ans
wer upon the undersigned attorneys at
.their office below stated: and in case of
your failure so to do. Judgment and de
cree will be rendered against you accord
ing to the demand of the amended com
plaint. which has been _filed with the
clerk of said. court.
That the cause of action herein is for
a decree of'divorce from the defendant for
the reason and upon the ground of cruel
treatment.
FU’I‘TER. MERRICK a MERRICK. At-~
torneys for Plaintiff.‘
Futter. Merrick Q Merrick 1 .
P. O. Box 567
112 South 4th Street
Pasco. Washington :4-6:16-7:21
NOTICE O!" SHERIFF'S Of
" REAL ESTATE
CAUSE NO. 8812.
IN 1'!!! SUPERIOR COURT OF :THE STATE
OF WASHINGTON FOB BENTON COUN-
T! Henry Piert vs. Charles 0. Piert and
Martha Piert. husband and wife.
Under ,and by virtue of Execution Un
der Foreclosure issued out of and under
the seal of the above entitled Court.
holding terms at Prosser. in and for said
county. on the 25th day or May. A. D.
1949. upon a :ludzmwt rendered in said
Court on the 30th day of December. A. D.
1948. in favor of Henry Piert and aaainst
Charles 0. Piert and Martha Piert for
the sum of Five Thousand one hundred
sixty and 67/00 (359160.67) together with
attorney’s fees. interest. costs and in
creased costs. and to me directed and
delivered. commanding‘me to sell the
following described proverty situate. ly
inz and being in Benton County. State
of Wash.. or so much thereof at may be
necessary to satisfy said judgment. at
torney’s fees. interest, costs and increased
EQSIS._ to-yvit: - _ A _ __ _
K-20-tfc
,‘i'ie‘w'SorlitheHth Quarter of the Southeast
Quarter of Section 15. Township 8 North.
Rangerso. E. W. M. A W 7 __
Now. Therefore. Notice ls Hereby Given.
That on SATURDAY. the 2nd day of July.
A. D. 1949. 31:41:00 o'clock In the fore.
noon of said day. I will sell the above
described property. or so much thereof
as may be necessary to satisfy said
Judgment. attorney's tees. interest. costs
and Increased costs. in all amounting to
the sum of Five Thousand seven hundred
elshtly four dollars and 13/00 ($5,784.13)
togethler with accurlnz interest and cost
0 so e.
SAID SALE WILL TAKE PLACE at the
front door of the Court House at Prosser.
in said County and State. and will be at
PUBLIC AUCTION. for'cash in hand. to the
highest and best bidder.
Dated at Prosser. Wash.. this 3rd day
of June. A. D. 1949. , '
HARRY B. COCHRAN
Sheriff
. 37 E. POWERS
Deputy
MOULTEN. POWELL & GESS. Attorneys.
' K-I'-6:9-6:30
AN ORDINANCE PROVIDING FOR THE
ISSUANCE OF EMERGENCY WARRANTS
FOR THE PAYMENT OF SALARIES AND
WAGES AND/0R NECESSARY EQUIPMENT
OR THE POLICE DEPARTMENT. AND
THE CITY ATTORNEYS DEPARTMENT.
THE cm covucn. or THE cm OF
KENNEWICK. WASHINGTON. DOES on.
DéIN,_AS FOLLOWS; _ _ ..
Section 1. That in order to pay the
cost or a Police Patrol Car @ $2500.“!
and the wages and salaries of the Police
Department of the City of Kennewick.
Washington. for the balance or the year
1949, the expenditure of $9820.00 will be
required. and that an emergency exists
which could not reasonably have been
foreseen at the time of making up the
budget. or the said City of Kennewick in
October of 1948 in that ‘addltional ex
penditures not foreseen have been required
and will be required during the balance
of the year 1949 for the payment of wages
awn: salaries Iran the followinz lands. to-
Police Department "
Salaries for 3 Police Clerks
six months each a $200.00 per month
”-600.00
Salaries for 2 Police Sergeants
six months each @ $310.00 per month
$3320.00
TOTAL WAG!!! AND SALARIES '
l . 57.w0.00
, Capital Outlay (Police Patrol Car)
3 > , ' , 2.500.00
i TOTAL eaeoeoo‘oeeeeeeeee 89.&0.w
Section 2. That in order to pay the
costs oi. stenoaraphic salaries of the City
Attorney's Department of the City of
Kennewick tor the balance at the year
1949; the expenditures of $600.00 waxes
and salaries will be required. and that
an emergency exists which could not
reasonably have been foreseen at the
time at making up the budset of said
City in October of 1948. in that the fol
lowins expenditures'will be required dur
ing the balance of the year from the
tollowinz funds. to-wit:
City Attorney’s Department:
Stenoaraphic Waxes 3: Salaries $600.00
' Mon 3. That an ememncy be. and
hereby is declared to exist red as the
issuance ' or ememncy w for'the
expenditures of the funds set " rth and
that the proper city officials ot-the City
or Kennewick.‘ Washlnaton. be. and they
are hereby authorized and directed to
issue emergency warrants to pay the ex
penses oi' the departments of the City of
Kennewick as above provided. That such
expenditures shall be on proper vouchers
presented and approved by duly author
ized representatives lot the City of Kenne
wick. Washinstori.
Section 4. This Ordinance shall be in
full force and eiiect five days irom and
alter its passage. approval. and legal
publication.
PASSED BY THE CITY COUNCIL‘OF THE
CITY OF KENNEWICK this 2181: day at
June. 1949.
MARJORIE A. MILLER. City Clerk
APPROVED BY THE MAYOR this 218:
day or June. 1949.
U. L. KEOLXER. Mayer ,
Approved as to form:
lifl33l‘!igla‘zla'fi E. SERIER. City Attorney.
DR. S. S. SELBY , '
' OPTOMETRIST
318 loan. '4l“. Phone 457!
Kennewick. Wash.
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IN THE SUPERIOR COURT 0? m STATE
0! WASHINGTON m m POI 33mm
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VIRGINIA KATHERINE ARMSTRONG. )
Plaintiff. )
\ —VS- )
ELMEB JOSEPH ARMSTRONG. )
Defendgnt. _-)
THE STATE OF WASHINGTON to the
said ELMEB JOSEPH ARMSTRONG. De
fend-ht: .
.YOU ARE HEREBY summoned to up
peer within sixty (60) days after the
date of the first publication of this
summons to-wit: Within sixty (60) days
after the 14th day of June. ‘1949. and
defend the above-entitled action in the
above entitled Court. and answer the
Complaint of the plaintiff. end serve a
copy of your answer upon the- under
silned, attorney at his office- below
stated: end. in case of your failure so to
do. iudzment will be rendered uninst you
eccordins to the demand of the Com
plaint. which has been filed with the
Clerk of the said Court.
The object of this action is to secure
s._ divorce irom the defendant on the
grounds of desertion. non-support end ex
treme ,crueity end to secure custody of
the two minor children of the parties.
RALPH BOOTH McABEE.
Attorney for the Plaintiff.
Office and Post Office Address
Washington Hardware Building
Kennewick. Washinxton
K-7 6:23-7:28
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a son was born to Mr. and Mrs.
J. S. Stocks. Twenty-tive minutes
later a son was born to Mr. and
Mrs. L. Bonds. '
Court Order
Judge Orris Hamilton of Pros
ser has modified a restraining
order against Walter Baker of
100 Armstead. Richland. He will
be permitted to take his personal
belongings from his wife’s home
and to use the family automo
bile, pending settlement of a
divorce action against him.
Mrs. Baker claimed, in her
plea for the order, a fear of phy
sical cruelty. She is seeking a
divgr_C_e__9n‘grgelty grounds.
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REAL ESTATE
CAUSE No. 9113
In the Superior Court o! the State of
Washington For Benton County.
Miller Supply. Inc. a Corp.. Plaintiff
vs. Donald H. Swartz. and Lucille A.
Swartz. Husband and wife. d/b/a Superior
Electric Co., Defendant. -
Under and by virtue of an Order of
Sale issued out of and under the seal of
the above entitled Court. holding terms
at Prosser. in and for said county. on
the 9th day of June. A. D. 1949. upon a
judgment rendered in said Court on the
9th day or June. A. D. 1949. in favor of
Miller Supply. Inc.. a Corp. and against
Donald H. Swartz and Lucille A. Swartz.
Husband and Wife. d/b/a Superior Elec
tric_ Company for the sum of Five hund
red sixteen dollars and 21/00 (3516.21).
together .with attorney's fees. interest and
increased costs. and to me directed and
delivered commanding me to sell the fol
lowing described property situate. lying
and being in Benton County. State of
Washington. or so much thereof as may
be necessary to satisfy said Judgment.
attorney's fees. interest. costs. and in
creased costs. to-wit: All the right. title
and interest that said detendants or eith
er or them had at 10 o'clock A. M. on the
29th day of October. 1948. or that they
or either of them now have in and to:
That portion or zovemment lots tive (5)
and six (6) or section live (5) and oil the
east halt o! the southeast quarter of sec
tion six (6). township seven (7) north
range thirty-one (31) east. W. M" de
scribed as follows:
Beginning at a point on the east line:
or the right of way of the Spokane. Port. 1
land and Seattle Rallww which Is north
0" 33’ east 1547 feet and west 115.3 teet‘
from the southwest comer of section 5.‘
thence along the east line of rlsht or way:
in a southeasterly direction 402.? feet to‘
the west line of section 5 (sold tht of
way is 100 feet wide in section 36).:
thence north 0"33' east along said west‘
line 152.3 feet to the point where the
Spokane. Portland and Seattle Railway ‘
Intersects said west line (right 0: way inw
sectlon 5. Is 300 feet wide); thence to!-
lowlng east line or said right of way inl
a. southeasterly direction 390.4 feet:‘
thence north 89' 10' east 875.5 feet toq
the east line of said lot 5; thence northq
erly sion: the east lines or said lots 5‘
and 6 to a point due east of the point;
of beau-nuns: thence west 825.3 feet more;
or '99. “_thgvgiytgt WM; _,_
NOW. THEREFORE. NOTICE Is HERE
BY GIVEN. That on SATURDAY. the 23rd
day or July. A. D. 1949. at 11:00 o'clock
in the lorenoon of said day. I will seu
the above described property. or so much
thereof as may be necessary to satisfy
said Judgment. attorney's tees. interest.
cost- and increased costs. in an amount~
ing to the sum of Five hundred seventy
eight dollars and 83/100 ($578.1). to
gelther with'accruinz Interest and cost or
sae.
SAID SALEWIILTAKEPLACEatthe
front door of the Court House at Prosser.
in said County and State. and will be at
PUBLIC AUCTION. for cash in hand. to
flu; highest snd bestjgidger. ___ _
"bdfii'fi' FESsséi-Twi‘si'? this 9th day
at June. A. n.l949._____ _ “___“
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IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE
STATE OF WASHING‘ION IN' AND FOR
BENTON COUNTY.
InthematterottheEstateotALLm
HANSON. deceased. .
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that let.
ters of Administration on the Estate of
Allie Hanson. deceased. were mated to
thenndersisned on the Bth day of June.
1949. by the said Superior Court. All
persons having claims against said em
ere required to serve them with the ne
cessary vouchers upon me oi: the. office
of Moulton & Powell. Kennewick. Wash.
ington. within six (6) months after the
dog of the first publication of this not
ioe.to-wlt:Withineixmonthsn~omand
atter the 9th day of June. 1949. and file
theeemewiththeCiel-kottheeboveen
titled Court. tosether with pron! at such
service or they shall be forever barred. .
DATED at Kennewick. Washington. this
9th day at Me. 1949.
ALFRED HANSON
‘ ' Administrator
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HARRY B. WAN
Sheriff
37 E. towns
Deputy
K-5-6:16-7:7
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portant.
How To nemmStcins
Don’s worry ab on t your
clothes, enjoy the picnic. For
stain removal have a copy of
Extension Bulletin No. 33, “On
the Spot” for quick reference.
Speed is. vital in removing suc
cessfully many stains. It tells
how to remove, by laboratory
proved home methods, stains
from food, ink. medicines, paint,
glue, beverage, etc.
Plastics for Picnics A 7
We're in favor of bright, easy
to-carry plastic items that make
outdoor eating gay and easygo
ing. Here are afew that we have
worked with recently. _ ~
Disposable forks and spoons.
made of plastic and inexpensive
enough to be thrown away when
the picnic is over.
A refrigerator box that makes
a wonderful carrier for sand
wiches. If you use a clear plas
tic box about nine inches square.
you can pack, without wrapping,
a dozen sandwiches the night
before the picnic. Keep them in
the box, in the refrigerator.
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iThurs., J une 23
Zakaib To
Sing Here
Tonight I
_ 0
Charles Zakaib will appear in
concert tonight at the high
school auditorium. Ticket sales
are satisfactory. according to
Mrs. Cecil Edwards. sales chair
man here.
The concert, which is being
sponsored by the Kennewivk
Community Hospital association.
will benefit the current hospital
fund campaign in Kennewick.
Committee members working
with Mrs. Gillis on concert plans
are Page Carter. Mrs. Hal Brutz
man. Mrs. Don Skirving. Mrs. Al
ma Slekles. Mrs. Cecil Edwards.
Mrs. Paul Richmond. Mrs. Harold
Rigglns, Mrs. Ralph Jeide, Mrs.
William Taylor, Mrs. S. S. Selby,
Mrs. Clare Shaw and Mrs. George
Cloud. .
Mrs. Edwards, ticket sales
chairman, reports ,that she has
volunteers working with her on
her committee but that more vol
unteers are needed. Already
working on the ticket lulu eun
mittee are Mrs. W. L. Beltway.
Mrs. Jim Mokler, Mrs. George
Dewlng. Mrs. Leila Owens and
Miss Margaret Reymore.
Mrs. Willis Taylor. chairman
of the reception committee. will
announce complete receetion
plans within a few days. The re
ception committee includes Mrs.
Paul Shirey, Mrs. Bruce Murphy,
gersiilalph deßit and Mrs. Lance
a
Friday Picnic
Members of the Kennewick
Needle Club enjoyed their an
nual June picnic in the city park
Friday afternoon, the lunch and
social afternoon marking the
last meeting until the autumn
season.
PAI NTI N G
SI‘IEE'I' ROCK FINISHING
mm .nzcommc
John Southern
Phone Kennewick 2194
Box 491 Kennewick
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