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Eh? Kennewirk (Enuricr-iflepnrtpr
Issued Thursdays by The Kennewick Printing Company
217 Kennewick Ave., Kennewick, Washington
Member Washington Newspaper Publishers Association, ire.
:53 year in Benton County. $4 outside. Entered as second class
matter April 2. 1914 at P. O. Kennewick. Wash.. under Act of
March 3, 1879. The Courier. established March 27. 1902; The
Reporter. established Jan. 24, 1906. consolidated April 1, 1914.
Operated by the. Scott Publishing Co., Inc.
Glenn C. Lee Pubhsher
J. W. Hanson ..EdltOl'
Official Newspaper Benton County and City of Kerinéinck
2
A Temporary Solution
Completion of the new hospital building is a step in
line with what has been going on throughout the Tri-City
area for a number of years. .
What has been happening is that Kennewick and the
rest of the area has been outgrowing what they had to
work with. The Kennewick post office is only one of many
things which once measured up to the needs of the com
munity but which have been outgrown during the present
period of rapid growth. '
We needed the new post office building badly. It is an
attractive, well constructed building which would last
many years if it were not for the fact that we still
are growing. How many years the new building will fill
the need is questionable. But now, although the problem
is solved for the present, it won't be that way forever.
So, actually we should not let down in our efforts to get
a larger building - a federal building that will serve the
needs of the community on into some distant date in the
future. A problem is never solved when it removes only
the immediate problem. That is what happened when we
handled the post office situation in Kennewick by having
a somewhat larger building constructed to lease and use
as a post office.
The Human Race
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FREE
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Tonight! Attend Kelvinator's Home Economy School on
Frozen Foods Tonight at 7:30. You May Be the Lucky
Person to Win. It You Are. It Will Be Delivered to You
Tomorrow.
BALLAINE'S
208 Avenue C
. Friday. Augusi' 12. 1949
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Letters To
The Ecltor
THE GOOD OLD DAYS
Editor Courier-Reporter: '
I saw in last weeks C-R Where
Mr. Perry said the good old days
were back in he days when he
went swimming in the Columbia
river. Those days could not have
been the good old days. because
many of our young men of today
do that.
Them days were back in 1897
when I had a horse trained to
stay in the road when hitched
up to the buggie with the lines
around the whip which was all
decked out with ribbons and I
was courting the school mam
who was sharing the seat with
me going home from the dance
in the wee small hours of the
morning. Those days were the
good old days.
W. J. Thurston
Midwest Corn
Crop To Affect
Livestock Men
Practically everyone will profit
from the nation’s bumper corn
crop this year except livestock
prodtlcers in the Pacific North
west.
That's the contention of a
Washington State college farm
expert. Karl Hobson. extension
economist in prices, sums up the
situation like this:
“The 335-billion bushel corn
crop will make it profitable fOr
cornbelt farmers to increase live
stock and poultry numbers. For
consumers it will mean larger
supplies of meat at lower prices
for the next two years. But—for
Washington livestock producers,
the bumper corn crop will mean
stiff competition from cornbelt
hogs, fed cattle. poultry and eggs
produced on low-cost corn."
The multi-billion bushel corn
crop for the .United States was
estimated by the Crop Reporting
board on the basis of conditions
on July 1. If estimates prove ac
curate, the corn growers will al- ‘
most equal last year’s record crop 1
’of 3%-billion bushels. Stocks of‘
‘last'year's corn on farms July 1
:were lii-million bushels—the
ilargest ever on that date by a
wide margin. ' ‘
As a result, Hobson says, in
the Midwest there will be plenty
of corn to eitpand hog numbers
quite a bit more and for feeding
large numbers of cattle again
this year. Poultry numbers are
expanding rapidly, but finding
grain to feed them will be no
problem. And since the U. S. oat
crop and carryover is also large.
Midwest farmers will be able to
keep right on feeding grain lib
erally to milk cows. Even though
prices of meat animals, poultry
milk and eggs should fall quite
a little, cornbelt farmers should
still be able to increase livestock
and poultry numbers profitably.
Corn was selling for around SI.OO
per bushel in many Midwestern
areas last winter and that sit.
uation is likely to be repeated
this coming winter, Hobson said.
Feed grain costs in the Pacific
Northwest will be much higher
than those of the cornbelt farmer.
Wheat is still close to $1.90 per
bushel at the farm and it seems
likely to stay that way this win~
ter. What’s more, Hobson added.
the barley crop in the three
Northwestern states is estimated
at 32 percent smaller than last
year, while the oat crop is up
only slightly.
In Hobson's opinion. Washing
ton livestock producers will have
to depend heavily on pasture,
cheap roughages and local by
products to compete with corn:
belt producers. Hog raisers. par
ticularly, will have to figure
closely this year to come out
ahead because feed rations con
tain such a large proportion of
grain. They will have to depend
more than ever on by product
feeds, damaged grain and pas
ture. Poultrymen and dairymen
also will have to trim costs as
the higher prices they pay for
grain. compared with the Mid~
western producer. may not be
entirely offset by the higher pric
es they receive for chickens, eggs,
and milk. Some farmers and
stockmen may find it profitable
to ship in corn from the Midwest
‘to use along with their own
feeds.
Talkathon
(Continued from Page 1)
area. and many entertainers will
drop in to help Bud through the
grind. Periodically, the radio sta
tions will broadcast this show
from the window, but all of it
will be heard over a public ad
dress system on Kennewick ave
nue.
City officials and those in
charge of the drive and the Ben
ton County Fair and Rodeo have
been invited to attend the open
ing of the tal_kathon. _
Alden still has not committed
himself as to how long. he can
stay awake.’ “I’m just going to
get in there and put on as good
a show as possible. When they
can't wake me up for the next
song—l’m done!” Alden said.
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ST. PAUL'S EPISCOPAL
CHURCH, 619 Avenue A West—
Services at 10 a.m. Sunday, Aug
ust 14.
DR. S. S. SELIY }
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OPTOMETRIST ~
318 Kenn. Ave. Phone 4571
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.
NOTICE OF SPECIAL ELECTION or THE
CITY OF KENNEWICK. WASHINGTON
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that on
Auzust 29th. 1949. a special election will
be held in the City of Kennewick. Wash
inston. for submission to the qualified
voters of the city of the following pro
position. to wit:
PROPOSITION .
Shall the City of Kennewick. Washing.
ton. acquire all the propert es of Paci
fic Power 8: Light Company. a corpor
ation. and Kennewick Irri tion Dist
rict. a municipal corporati n. used in
connection with their dom stic water
mpply and distribution sy tems. drill
wells on Clover Island or In the low
area of the city. install certain trans
mission lines. distribution mains and
laterals where necessary throughout
the city. construct a 2.000.000 gallon
reinforced concrete reservoir at South
Olympia Street and Frazier Road and
a 300.000 tallon elevated steel tank
on Kadow and Frazier Roads. con
struct and install certain: necessary
' control and pump houses. machinery.
valves. connections. meters. pumping
and chlorinating equipment. repair or
replace certain existing pipe lines.
acquire and install fire hydrants. ac
quire such property. easements. fran
chises. rights of way and water rights
and do such other work as may be
necessary to furnish the cityuvith a
complete water supply and distribution
system. and. in order to pay the cost
[ thereof. issue and sell its general ob
. ligation bonds in the principal sum ‘
l of 5150.000. bearing interest at the
. rate of not to exceed 6% per annum.
maturing in from 2to not to exceed :
l 20 years from date and being payable .
t by annual tax levies to be made with- .
out limitation as to rate or amount. 1
‘ and issue and sell its wat r revenue
bonds in the principal sum of not to
exceed 31.000.000. bearing nterest at .
the rate of not to excee 6% per
annum. and maturing i‘ not to ‘
exceed 30 years from date. all as l
more specifically provided in Ordin- %
ance No. 550 passed and approved
July 19. 1949. I
IN FAVOR 0F SAID PROPOSITION ( )
AGAINST SAID PROPOSITION . . ( i
The precincts and polling places for
each shall be as follows:
follows:
First Ward. First Precinct. City Hall
First Ward. Second Pncinct. Holiness
Church
First Ward. Third Precinct. Carl’s Plumb
ina and Heating
Second Ward. First Precinct. Richmond
Implement
“Second Ward. Second Precinct. Lesion
al
I! Slfcond Ward. Third Precinct. Recreation
a
Second Ward. Fourth Precinct. Arbor
Homes Sales Office
Second Ward. Fifth Precinct. Modern
Homes. Model Home
lThird Ward. First Precinct. Gran“ Sup-
D Y A
I Third Ward. Second Precinct. Ballaines.
no.
Third Ward. Third Precinct. Glard-Sons
The polling places lor said special elec
tion shall be open from 8 o'clock a. m.
to 8 o'clock p. m.
DATED this 27th day of July. 1949.
R. E. WISE. Benton County Audi
tor and ex officio Supervisor of
Elections
MARJORIE A. MILLER. Clerk of
City of Kennewick. Washington.
K-29 7:29-8:19-8:26
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IN THE MATTER OF: The application of
the United States of America. for a tran
chise to construct. operate and maintain
one or more electric power transmission
lines across. over and upon certain county
roads or portions thereof in Benton
County. Washinston. WHEREAS. the
United States of America has. under the
provisions of Chapter 187. Laws of 1937.
filed with the Board or County Commis
sioners of Benton County. Washington. an
application for a franchise to construct.
maintain and operate one or more elec
tric power transmission lines. together
with the necessary towers. poles and
other fixtures appurtenant thereto. across.
over and upon the hereinafter described
county roads or portions thereof in Ben
ton County. Washington. for a “period of
fifty years. NOW. THEREFORE. NOTICE
IS HEREBY GIVEN that a hearing will be
held on said application by the Board
of County Commissioners of Benton
County. in the Benton County Court House
at Prosser. Washington. on the 29th day
of Ausust. 1949. at 11:00 A. M. o'clock.
The following described roads or portions
thereof are the ones referred to above:
Centeriine of said transmission line '
crosses tracts: KP-lA-Centerline ot
Chalmers Street at B.P.A. survey sta
tion 3 + 19.5 between Lot 9 in
Block 5 and Lot 9 in Block 8 of Dr.
Ely's Second Addition in the NE‘ANE‘A
of Section 12. Township 8 North.
Range 29 East. W. M.. as‘ shown on
drawing. serial number 40803.'KP-1B-
CenterUne oi! an alley at B.P.A. sur
vey station 4 + 84.7 between Lot 9
in Block 8 and Lot 11 in Block 9 or
Dr. Ely's Second Addition in the
NE‘ANEE‘ of Section 12. Township 8
North. Range 29 East. W. M.. as
shown on drawing. seriall number
40803. KP-uA-Centerline or- Frazier
Road at B.P.A. survey station 24 +
75.8 along the north line of the
NEMSEit or Section 12. Townsz 8
North. Range 29 East. W. M.. as
shown on drawins. serial’ number
40803. KP-12A- Centerline of Wash
ington Streets at B.P.A. survey sta
tion 33 + 53.3 alone the east line of
the NEIASE'A or Section. 12 Town
ship 8 North. Range 29 East. W. M..
as shown on drawing. serial number
40803. KP-ISA-Centeriine of. Gum
Street at B.P.A. survey station 58 +
53.7 along the east line 0: the NEH.
SW34. of Section 7. Townsz 8 North.
Range 30 East. W. M.. as shown on
drawing. serial number 40804. KP
-21-A Centerline of a county road at
B.P.A. survey station 85 .53. 10.2 along
the east line of the NE% EV. 0! Sec
tion 7. Township 8 North. Range 30
East. W. M.. as shown on drawing.
serial number 40804. KP-24-A-Center
line of a county road at B.P.A. sur
vey station 111 i 89.8 on the east
line or the NE% W% oi! Section 8.
Township 8 North. Rance 30 East.
W. M.. as shown on drawing. serial
number 40805. KP-26A-Centerline oi!
a county road at B.P.A. survey sta
tion 138 1; 82.1 along the east line
of the NE SE34 of Section 8. Town
ship 8 North. ,Ranse 30 East. W. M..
r" “town on drawing. serial number
40805.
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Legal Nofices
IN 'I'IIE SUPERIOR COURT or flu»: STATE
OF WASHINGTON IN AND FOR
SENIOR COUNTY
No.
SUMMONS FOR PUBLICATION
MURPHY A. FORBES. )
Plaintiff )
vs )
JESSIE HALL FORBES. )
Defendant )
THE STATE OF WASHINGTON
To the Said Jessie Hall Forbes. dcfend~
am:
You are hereby summoned to appear
within sixty days after the date of the
first publication of this summons. to-wit:
within sixty days after the sth day of
August. 1949. and defend the above en
titied action in the above entitled Court.
and answer the Complaint of the plaintiff
and serve a copy of your Answer upon
the undersigned attorney for plaintiff at
his office below stated. and in case of
your failure so to do judgment will he
rendered against you according to the
demand of the Complaint. which has
been filed with the Clerk of the above
entitled Court.
The Object of this action is to secure a
decree of divorce for the plaintiff on the
grounds stated in the complaint and de
clared by the Statute of the State of
Washington to be grounds for divorce.
HUGH B. HORTON.
Attorney for Plaintiff
Office and P. 0. Address
Bateman Building.
Kennewick. Benton County. Washington
K-33-8:5-9:9
NOTICE OF DECLARATION OF CLAIM
RIGHT TO WITHDOBAVII’ 331100” WATER
N .‘I 3
TO WHOM 11' MAY CONCERN:
Notice is hereby given that Clifford
Egßers. of Kennewick. Washington. filed
with the State Supervisor of Hydraulics.
Olympia. Washington. a declaration of
ciaim of vested right existing prior to
June 7. 1945. to withdraw public ground.
waters from a pump well situated 4 miles
Southeast of Kennewick in the amount of
275 gallons per minute: 100 acre-feet per
year. with priority (date of first bene
ficial use of water) of the year 1944.
which water is used during irrigation sea
son each year for the purpose of irriga
tion that the location of the well from
which water is withdrawn is within the
3m; of SWI4 of SWI4 of Sec. 23. Twp. 8
N.. Rye. 30 E.W.M.. county of Benton.
and has requested a Certificate of Water
Right under such claim. ~
Any person. firm or corporation disput
ing such claim or protesting that the right
ciaimed is not a; vested right to be recog
nized under Chap. 263 of the 1945 Ses
sion Laws of the State of Washington.
la'nay file with the State Supervisor of Hy
raulics. at Olympia. Washington. such
objections or representations. in writinz.
as he may desire to make. within thirty
(30) days after date of last «publication.
which date is August 12. 1949.
Witness my hand and official seal this
26th day of July. 1949.
CHAS. J. BARTHOLEI'.
State Supervisor of Hydraulics.
K-32-8:5-8:12.
m rm: SUPERIOR coua'r or 1H: STATE
or WASHINGTON m AND FOR
DESIGN COUNTY
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1N THE MATTER Cgl‘rTHE ESTATE 2
EDWARD SELLICK. Deceased. )
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that George
Edmond Seliick. Executor of the above
entitled estate. has filed his Final Account
and Petition for Distribution in the office
of the Clerk of the above entitled Court
and that the Court is asked to settle said
Final Account. to distribute the property
of said estate to the heirs or persons
entitled to the same and to discharge the
Executor. _
Said Final Account and Petition for Dis
tribution will be heard by the Court at the
Court House in Prosser. Benton County.
Washington. on the 25th day of August.
1949. at the hour of 9:30 in the forenoon.
GEORGE EDMOND SELLICK. Executor
By MOULTON. POWELL & GESS.
Attorneys for the Executor
MOULTON. POWELL & GESS
Attorneys for‘ Executor
Kennewick. Washington K-26 7:29-8:12
111 THE SUPERIOR COURT OP THE STATE
OF WASHINGTON IN AND FOR
BENTON COUNT?
No. 2895
NOTICE TO CREDITOR:
IN “I: MATTER 0:“ THE ESTATE ;
o
MALCOLM I. HALL. )
Deceased. )
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that letters
of administration 'on the estate of Mal
colm F. Hall. deceased. were granted to
the undersigned by the said Superior
Court. All persons having claims against
said estate are required to serve them
with the necessary supportink vouchers
upon me at the office of Hugh 3. Horton.
Kennewick. Washington within six months
after the 29th day of July. 1949. and file
the same with the clerk of the above
entitled court together with proof of such
service. or they shall be forever barred.
DATED at Kennewick. Washington this
28th day of July. 1949.
CHARLES W. BATEMAN. Administrator
By HUGH B. HORTON. His Attorney.
HUGH B. HORTON. . .
enemy at 93..
ii'i'ii'ehfii Binding.
Kennnewick. Washington K-30 7:29-8:12
111 THE SUPERIOR COURT OT TEE STATE
OF WASHINGTON IN m ‘I‘OII
- BENTON COUNTY
No. 2780
NOTICE OF IIEAIING ON "NM. ACCOUNT
m PETITION TOE DISTRIBUTION
IN THE MATTER %PI;THE ESTATE ;
KATHERINE SCHWARTZ. Deceased )
NOTICE Is HEREBY GIVEN that Peter
Schwartz. Administrator of the above en
titled estate. has filed his Final Account
and Petition for Distribution in the office
of the Clerk of the above entitled Court
and that the Court is asked to settle said
Final Account. to distribute the property
of said estate to the heirs or persons en
titled to the same and to discharse the
Administrator.
Said Final Account and Petition {or also ,
tribution will be heard by the Court at
the Cburt House in Prosser. Benton County.
Washington. on the 25th day or August.
1949. at the hour or 9:30 o'clock in the
lorenoon.
PETER SCHWARTZ. Administrator
MOULTON. POWELL a GESS
Attorneys for Administrator
Kennewick. Washinaton lii-25 7:29-8:12
ARTHUR
MURRAY
TRI-CITIES
DANCE STUDIO
1009 West Lewis. Pasco
Phone 5202
'1" THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE
or WASHINGTON iN AND TOR
i BENTON COUNTY
. No. - i
; SUMMONS BY PUBLICATION
FRANK T. \VENDL. Jr.. and )
MARY .WENDL. husband and wife. ) i
Plaintiffs. ) ‘
vs. )
ADOLPH “’ENDL. heir at law of Frank)
Wendi. Sn. deceased: MARGARET!
DOYLE: JOHN \VENDL and JANE DOE)
\\’Ei\'DL. ttrue name unknowm husband!
and wife: also the unknown heirs oft .
Frank Wendi. 3YI. .dcccascd. the un-i 1
known heirs of Margaret Doyle. if shei ‘
ihe now deceased. and the unknowni 1
heirs. if any. of John Wendi and .lanel
Doe Wendi (true name unknownl. husJ
Ihand and wife. or either of them if)
they or either he deceased. and am
iother persons unknown ciaiminiz an)“.
right.tttie. estate lien or interest in andi
to the real property described tn thei
Complaint in this action. )
The State of Washinizton.
To Adolph Wendi. heir at iaw of Frank
Wendi. Sr.. deceased: itiars'aret Doyle:
.iohn Wendi and Jane Doe Wendi. (true
name unknowni husband and wife. also
the unknown heirs of Frank Wendi. Sn.
deceased. the unknown heirs of Marizaret
Doyle. if she be now deceased. and the
unknown heirs. if any. of John Wendi and
Jane Doe Wendi (true name unknown)!
husband and wife. or either of them if
they or either he deceased. and all other
persons unknown claiming any right. title.
estate. lien or interest in and to the real
property described in the Complaint in
this action.
You and each of you am hereby sum
moned to appear within sixty days after
the date of the first pubiication 0: this
Summons. tmwit. within sixty days after
the 7th day of July. 1949. and defend
the above entitied action in the above
entitled court and answer the complaint
of the plaintiffs and serve a copy of Your
answer upon the undersigned. attorneys
for the plaintiff. at their office below
stated. and in case of your failure so to
do Judgment will be rendered against you
accordiri to the demand of the complaint
which has been filed with the Clerk of
said court. The object of this action is to
secure Judgment in favor of plaintiffs
against all defendants adjudging plaintiffs
to be the winters in fee of the followint
described real property
Tract 2 and Lots 29. 30. 31 and 32.
Biock "A". Hover Orchards. accord
ing to plat thereof recorded in Volume
1 of Plats. Page 42. records of said
county. '
and to exclude all defendants from any
right. title. or interest therein and to
quiet title in plaintiffs against all de~
tendants. and to obtain such further re
lief as the court can grant in the premises.
MOULTON. POWELL & GESS -
, Attomeys for Plaintiffs.
P. O. Box 125
Kennewick. Washinaton
Benton County.
K-u-7z7-8212.
Anvznrxsgmsm' van was
Sealed bids will be received by School
District No. 17. Benton County. Washington
at the office of the School Superintendent
located in the Rich School Building. Ken
newick. Washington up to {our o‘clock
P. M.. August 20. 1949 and will then and
there be read in public.
The work includes the moving of {our
existing service buildings and remodelinz
ot_§ame. m __ _ _ _ _ ,
Plans. specifications and contract docu
ments may be obtained at the offices of
School Superintendent. Kennewick. or the
Architect. Earl W. Morrison. 719 Second
Avenue. Seattle.
Each bid must be accompanied by a
certified check. cashier's check. or ap
proved hld bond made payable to School
District No. 17. Benton County. Washington
in an amount not less than 5% 0!
amount ot_bid:“ _ . _ ‘
Successtul bidder will be required to
furnish a 100% performance bond.
The right is reserved to reject any or
all bids and to waive informalltles.
No bidder may withdraw his bid after
the time set for opening thereof. unless
the award of contract is delayed for a
period exceeding 30 days. ,
SCHOOL DISTRICP No. 17.
. BENTON COUNTY. WASHINGTON
’ By Samuel Lamunnn. Clerk
‘ K-31-8:5-8:19
tone: or SALE OF ABANDONED
_ VEHICLES,
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN: that the
undersigned Sheriff of Benton County.
Washington. will be on the 29th day of
August. 1949 at Pratt's Garage. Kenne
wick. Washington. at the hour of 2:00
o'clock. P.‘ M.. sell at public auction to
the highest bidder for cash. the (allow.
in: described motor vehicles:
1. 1928 Buick Sedan. Licehse H-302 Wu.
1947. Serial No. 2093325
2. 1929 Ford truck with gd: License
IRA-20479: Motor No. A 235 16
3. 1934 Chev. Coupe: License 8-9667 Wu.
1947: Motor No. M4OBOB
4. 1931 Chrysler Sedan: License Q-957
Wu. 1947: Motor No. C 0876: Serial No.
7507532
5. 1935 Olds Sedan: no License: Motor
No. F 39574; Serial No. 1897816
6. 1935 Ford Coupe: License 130652
Ark. 1948: Motor No. 184382814
7. 1930 Ford Coupe: License Fifi-610 Wu.
1947: Motor No. A 4569380
8. 1934 Chev. Sedan: License 614484
Wn. 1947: Motor No. 314884748
9. 1930 Dodge: License E-9350 Wu. 1947:
Motor No.» D 01652:
HARRY B. COCHRAN. Sheriff
By,E. POWERS. Deputy.
K-34-8:12.
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Wall Cleaning
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space next to the postoifice.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Boldt and
two boys returned from a trip
which took them through Yel
lowstone park. Wisconsin. North
Dakota and_Missouri.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Amon
and three children of White
Plains, N. Y.. stopped in Kenne
wick and visited the I. N. Muel
ler. C. A. Williams. A. C. Amon
and Elmer Amon families.
The thermometer rose to 115
on July 27 for the hottest day of
the year.
1929—20 Y£_AR§ 59:0 __ J
Mrs. C. O. Brittan and says
Eugene and Gerald were visnt
ing in Kansas and attended the
golden anniversary of her par
ents.
The Kiwanis club staged a
benefit show at the Liberty the
ater for the playground. The
show presented- was “Stolen
Kisses.” '
Francis Koelker. student at
Hallett air school. made his first
solo flight.
1919-30 7.8385. AGO. ‘_ ..
Dr. Crosby returned to Kenne
wick to resume his practice af
ter spending a year in the ser
vice overseas. ‘
P. J. Murphy and F. F. Beste
bought the business property at
Second and Yakima from Thad
Grosscup.
Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Sy receiv
ed a telegram stating that her
son William was on his way
home from overseas duty.
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