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NVANT ADS
RATES—3c par word—minimum 75c. Subsequ en? ins'erfions three firnes for +he price of iwo.l
Wanted ,
WANTED TO BUY: All kinds of
antique glassware, furiture
and china. Mrs. Dorothy B. Han
lon, Lieble road, West High
lands. Telephone 2740. K-S-tf
WANTED TO BUY: Beef and
dairy cattle of all kinds. also
horses. Contact Lande Brothers.
Rt. 1, Kennewick, phone 2186.
. . K-9-ttc
M
For Rent
FOR RENT: Walt's Trailer Camp.
modern facilities. Large 50 x
25 ft. lots. Located at Ave. B 8:
Gum Stu Kenn. ‘_ Kglogtfc
FOR RENT: Latest model' High
Speed Floor Sander. Also
Edger and Floor Polisher. Low
rates. Western Auto Supply.
K-11-22-tt
M
R: Sale
MACEDONIA ever-béaflng‘straw
berries. F. E. Hood, Burbank, ph.
3911, Pasco.
FOR SALE: Boston pickling cu
cumbers and canning tomatoes.
Third house east of Northern
Pacific unread bridge. Phone
1682, Henry Kramer. K-78-2&25c
Automotive Battém
Prices given befOre work
_ A pedal-med
DON'S'R'IRVING'S
ELECTRIC
1/2 Block North of Bank
KennewiglgAyVash'ington
Electrolux Cleaners & Air Pri
flers, the originator and leader
369.75. Terms desired. Why pay
mere for others worth less. Phone
Fourth Ave., Kennewick.
K-70020-25-p
Now Is "I. time to figure your wants for fall
planting. Fruit frees. shade trees. shrubs
I and. bury 'plants. -
_- YES. WE DO LANDSCAPING
NURSERYMAN'S EXCHANGE -
RM! load Phone 4525
"‘ STANDARD PLUMBING
, HEATING and SUPPLY V
WATER HEATERS. VALVES. FITTINGS. PIPE
' ran ran: as'rmn'rzs can. '
IRA H. McCLEAREN ‘ .
than. 89314 West Kenn. An.
wa—EANTUY 16w
AND MOVE IN IMMEDIATELY!
' NO WAIT! ,
Toral puroliasa price of an $
Economy Home" as low as 6 775
_ For Non-’Veferans For World War Ve’rs
'Arr Econ-omit Homo can lie Bough} ' These homes can also ha boughf By
' for a and" down paymenl’ and $43 World War 2 veterans for $75 clown
a mon‘ll'o. . -. ~ . and small monihly paymani's. .
LOOK. AT THESE FEATURES
r HARDWOOD FLOORS * INLAID LINOLEUM IN KITCHEN'_
* METAL WEATHERSTRIPPING IN AND “T” '
ALL DOORS AND wmnows * HOT WATER HEATER
* OIL HEATING STOVE * LAUNDRY ma .
.-. My; * WITH CURB AND SERVICE WALKS
ADDRESS OF NEW MODEL HOME
' 2210 4HI Ave.. Kennewick ‘
Open Weekdays 7*o 9 p.m.. Safurdays and Sundays l +0 6 p.m. - ‘
BuiH' by Modern Home Builders
For Sale by Fyfe & Spaulding
Kennewick Ph. Office 1231. Model Home 3016
Miscellaneous
LOST: 24" 3hwinn bicycle, li
cense No. 216. painted yellow
and black. Reward. Return to
97 Parkside, Pasco, phone 5734.
‘ Save Up to 50%
—on fuel this season—
CONVERT T 0 OIL WITH
BAILEY'S ,
Get a. Demonstration at
MASTERCBAFT BURNER
Pasco. 419 W. Clark
Kennewick. 710 Columbia Ave.
K-GO-ttc
LOANS -
Automobile Loans
Furniture Loans
Attractive rates as low as 47.
1125 N. 4th rt. Ph. 3344
PASCO K-15-tfc
PIANOS
Roy Goodman. pianist and ac:
credited teacher. oftexs without
obligation authentic intomation
on pianos.
ROY GOODMAN’S Till-CITY
MUSIC STORE
124 Avenue “C" Phone 6968
Kennewick 8-2341:
MOKLER PLUMBING &
HEATING CO. '
Pipe, Valves, and Fittings
Iron Fireman Coal Stoakers
Plumbing and Heating Supplies
115 lst Ave. Tel. 411
tfc
STANDARD PLUMBING
&
HEATING
Everything In plumbing and
heating. for tree estimates. call.
In! H. MeCleuren—Kenn. 8931.
- K-IZ-tfc
Miscellaneous
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~l3-tfc
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
COOLER PADS, made to order.
All sizes, reasonable prices.
Bailey’s, 710 W. Columbia Ave.
Kennewick. Ph. 5076. ‘K-14-tfc
BARTLETT FEARS: bring con
tainers. Art Simsen, Simsen
Road, West Highlands, phone
2737. . K-74-22-24p
News Briefs
From Elto'pia
BY HERALD CORRESPONDENT
ELTOPIA, Aug. 29—Mrs. Per-'
nie Russell visited with her son,
Basil Russell, and family of Pas
co over the weekend.
Those who attended the Ben
ton county fair and rodeo from
here on Sunday were Mr. and
Mrs. Jack Potter ,and family,
Mr. and Mrs. Ross Russell and
family, Don Russell, Ralph
Stredwlck, Carl Peterson and Mr.
and Mrs. Joe Bonderant. Ross
Russell and family also attend~
ed the rodeo.
Joe Stredwick and family re
turned Thursday from their va
cation in Spokane.
Tony Russell, Dick Bonderant
and Kay Bonderant took their
4-H pigs to the Benton. county
fair On Friday, Saturday and
Sunday. Kay also took some
sewing. They all won ribbons.
Clyde Bragg and family re
turned Monday from Cottage
Grove, Ore., where he has been
working. Mrs. Bragg is visiting
their folks in Nebraska.“ _
’Ralph Stredwick and Maurice
Russell went to work Monday on
the section where they will be
employed till school starts.
The booXmobile will return
Tuesdav. unust 30.
RELIEF 5-30 MINUTES
Mbney Back Guaranree
7W 2 6%
_/
IA! yur‘loal cit-gym or who dlmfl
RIDD LABORATORIES, INC.
EDMONDS, WASHINGTON .
News Briefs
From Wallula
I! asylum coanasl’oxmnm
WALLULA, Aug. 31 Mr. and
Mrs. Ernest Leitzman of Inchei
-Im, .Wash" visited at the Earl
Leitzman home enroute to the
Roundup Satlrday. On the re
turn trip from Pendleton they
went to Yakima to attend the
wedding of a neice there.
Mrs. Harold Cummings drove
to Spray, Ore., Saturday to spend
the week end with her mother,
Mrs. Clara McCarty.
, Mrs. and Mrs. R. V. Patton and
Mr. Patton’s father returned Mog
day from a trip to the coast.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul McArthur
and daughter, Virginia, and Mrs.
Clarey drove to Spokane over the
week end to visit at the Lyn
Patton home.
Tommy Cummings returned
Friday from College Place where
he worked in prune harvest.
Joan Cummings returned to
her home in Seattle Monday af
ter visiting her father. Cecil
Cummings and attending the
Roundup in Pendleton.
Mrs. Bernie Burdette was taken
to Walla Walla hospital Friday
night when she was found in a
coma from an overdose of sleep
ing pills. She was recovering Sun
day and much better.
ANKLE BROKEN
Orpha Wright is able to be
about on her crutches“ as a re
sult of a broken ankle.
Mrs. Ernest Hardin and son
Rodney, of State Line, visited her
father, George Warner, over the
week end.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Cyr and
children of Waitsburg visited at
the Athos home Saturday.
Mrs. Earl Leitzman attended
the wedding of her nelce in
Yakima Sunday, and also visited
her daughter, Mrs. Glen Pecka
in Union Gap.
The W. C. T. U. will hold their
next meeting Sept. 1 in the Dor
ion park. It sto be a meeting on
the world activities of the W. C.-
T. U. Visitors have been invited
from Walla Walla and Pasco.
Mr. and Mrs. James Moore and
children of Kahlotus, visited
their cousin, Ernest Davis, Sat
urday enroute to LaGrande. .
Mrs. T. J. Larson has as her
guest her mother from Freewa
ter.
, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Goudge and
Mr. and Mrs. Nels Dokkan and
children of Spokane are visit
ing at the Al Goudge home.
Mr. and Mrs. George Fry and
children left Monday to spend
their vacation in Spokane at the
Merle Hood home.
Mr. and Mrs. Gene Anderson
and daughter of Seattle are vls
ltlng at the Ed Lindblum home.
Lessle Anspauch of Touchet,
was in Wallula Wednesday call
ing on old friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Wesley McKit
rick and Nora MeKitrlck at Port
land visited Thursday at the Er
nest Davis home enroute to Spo
kane. .
VISIT IN PORTLAND
Mr. and Mrs. 0. Mills spent
Monday in Portland. -
Nels Modine, Jr., returned Sat
urday from a week.at Deer Park
Boys camp sponsored by ,Assgm
bly'ot God church.
Robert Dansler and John Bar
rett are on a fishing trip in the
Blue Mountains. They took a
camping outfit and saddlllle horses
and planned to follow t e Walla
Walla river up the mountain and
the Umatilla river back.
The postmaster reports the vets
insurance refund , application
cards are available at the post
office now.
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Vails and
Mrs. Esther Valls and son, Walter
returned last week from a trip to
Kalispel. Mont. and Hungry
Horse dam.
Mr. and Mrs. Gillie Moss and
family returned from a trip
through Yellowstone park.
I (Amid |
CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE
Ist and Everett. Rev. J. N.
Tinsley. Sunday school 9:45.
Preaching services 10:45. Young
people’s service 6:30 p.m. Preach
ing at 7:30 p. m. Mid-week
Wednesday at 7:30 p. m.
FIRST BAPTIST
lst and Washington. Stanley
Hunt, pastor. Sunday school 9:45
a.m. Services, 11:30 a.m. and
8:00 p.m. Mid-week Prayer and
Bible Hour, Wednesday 8:00 p.m.
FIRST LUTHERAN CHURCH
Second and, Auburn, P. J. Lu—
vaas, minister. Res. 604 Kenne
wick avenue. Sunday sehool 9:45
a.m., morning service 11 a.m.
Luther League meeting 7 p.m.
Confirmation classes Saturday
mornings. Junior choir Saturday
morning. Senior choir Thursday
8 p.m. .
- giSSEMBLY O!" GOD
102 Kennewick avenue. Rev. E.
James Cornwall. Sunday school
9:45. Services 11 a.m. and 7:45
p.m. Youth, Tuesdays 7:45 p.m.
Prayer meeting 7:45 p.m. Thurs
day.
BETHLEHEM LUTHERAN
3rd and Benton. M. C. Kauth,
pastor. M. S. Pohl and Miss Leona
Huss, teachers. Divine worship
every Sunday at 11 a.m. Sunday
school and adult Bible class at
10 a.m. Walther League every
Wednesday at 8 p.m. Adult mem
bership classes Mondays and
Thursdays 8 p.m. Choir rehearsal
every Thursday 8 p.m.
FIRST baniS'rlAN
3rd and Washington. Rev. E. C.
Hawkins. Sunday school 9:45 a:
m. Morning worship 10:20 a.m.
Evening worship 8 p.m.
Mimomsk c‘uuncn
Corner Kennewick Ave. and
Dayton Street. Rev. A. C_. Wisch
meier. Sunday school 9:45 a.m.
Morning worship at 10:55 a.m.
Youth fellowship, Jr. and Sr.
High school at 7:00 p.m.
If you are afraid of rice boil
ing over. grease the top of the
pot inside around the rim. The
boiling liquid will go no higher
than the greased ring.
Mr. and Mrs. Olin Mills and
and Patricia Moss of Touchet
were in Wallula Friday. enroute
to the Roundup in Pendleton.
Mr. and Mrs. 01in Mnlls and
daughter, Darlene, and Mrs. Mar
jorie Bishop and children drove
to Benton City Tuesday.
Mrs. Bob Ostrander and Mrs.
Don Moss and children visited
Mrs. Ostran'der’s mother, Mrs.
Williams in Kennewick Tuesday.
Mrs. Mary Ann Webb and chil
dren and Mrs. Grace Morris of
Ordnance. Ore., visited at the
Virgil,Layton home.
Bill German of Colfax, visited
his neice, Mrs. Carrol Gross Fri
day.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Corner of
Pasco, visited at the Olin Mills
home Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Barrett and
daughter, Nila, returned from a
trip to southern Oregon.
1 Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Adams re
turned Sunday from a vacation
.on the coast. '
Fines!- Food for Ever! Appefi'l'e
A COMPLETE MENU -
BREAKFAST - LUNCH
DINNER .
PLEASANT SURROUNDINGS
FAST SERVICE
OPEN 5:30 a.m.—2 a.m.
m w SUSIENE'S RESTAURANTmco
PROFESSIONAL AND- SERVICE DIRECTORY 1
‘ PASCO AND KENNEWICK "
ABSTRACTS
BENTON COUNTY
ABSTRACT & TITLE CO.
216 Kenn. Ave.
AMBULANCE SERVICE
. muzuna
FUNERAL noun
DAY 0R NIGHT PHONE
2201 or 2401
314 First Avenue
ACCOUNTANTS
SD M. PETERS!
Licensed Pufilic Accountant
Bookkeeping—lncome Tax
- Richmond Bldg.
Phone 4401 Kennewick
COMPLETE lusmess ‘
AND ACCOUNTING SERVICE
R. H. WEISS
914 W. Lewis ‘Phone 4712
- Pasco ,
Cleland S. Mitchell
PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT
TAX SERVICE
421 W. Clark Phone 3771
Associate.
Boyd. Olofson and Company
ATTORNEYS
MOULTON. POWELL '
and 6258 .
Office in Owen’s Bldg.
300 W. Kenn. Ave.
- Phone 761
3068 B. HORTON
A'I'I‘ORNEY-AT-LAW
303 Kennewick Avenue
Phone 8721
Chas. T. Morbeck
Attorney At Law ’
403 Ave. C Phone 7181
Kennewick
Futter, Merrick
and Merrick
Attorneys M Law
112 So. 4th St. ‘
Pasco. Wash. Ph. Pace 3371
805581. 8. 811328003
AT'I‘ORNEY-AT-LAW
106 N. sth St. Pasco
I Phone Pasco 4601
Telephone 5519
Edwin L. Dunnavan
Attorney At Law
Title & Trust Building ~
Pasco, Washington
JAMES LEAW
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
P. O. Box 673. Pasco, Wn.
Phones:
Office 3632 - Home 4082
Bloodmobile
To Be In Pasco
On October 25
The next visit to Pasco of the
Red Cross bloodmoblle has been
set for Oct. 25. Mrs. E. W. Landt,
executive secretary of the Frank
llln county chapter, said Thurs
ay.
This will be the fourth visit of
'the blood collection unit to Pasco
since the program started this
year. At the last visit In July the
quota‘was exceeded, she said.
“We will have to start from
scratch again to build up a list
of donors," Mrs. Landt said.
"Anyone who would like to do
nate blood at the bloodmobile’s
next visit may come to the of.
fice or just call and give us your
name.”
A card giving time and place,
and also a reminder card will be
sent to the donor as the time
approaches.
Mrs. Landt reminded prospec
tive donors of the slogan “One
pint of your blood and 30 min
iiges, of your time may save a
1 e.’ .
Phone 6161
Kennewick
KIN I. 833158
AmRNEY-AT-LAW
16 Kennewick Ave. East
* Columbia Bldg.
Office 2971 Res. 2957
ARCHITECTS
JAY ROBINSON, JR.
ARCHITECT
Licensed Wash. and Ore.
Assoc. Member American
Institute of Architects.
Pasco 6672‘ V~ » 421 W. Clark
All Slavic:
W
TWIN cm AIRPORT
All Kinds Flying Instruction
Seaplane Instruction
Charter Service
Gasoline and Repairs
On Nob Hill Phone 5531
V AUTOMOTWE
GRAVES
AUTO SERVICE
Guaranteed Service
on All Cars 5 Trucks
15 N. Auburn Phone 1001
' I
BEAUTY SHOPS
HANNA
BEAUTY SHOP
1177 Avenue C ’
Kennewick . . Phone 4906
Evening Work By
Appointment Only
#
_ CAFES
#
DODD’S CAFE
Specializing In
Home-Cooked Food
Hours 6 run. to‘ 10 p.m.
205 West Lewis St., Pasco
CHIROPODIS‘I'
DR. P. W. BECKER
SURGICAL CHIROPODY
FOOT ORTHOPEDICS
Evenings by Appointments
Closed Mondays
112 S. 4th St. PASOO
Phone 6642
HELP YOURSELF LAUNDRY
COLUMBIA WASRATERIA
HOURS: 9 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Monday thru Friday
(Across from S a. 1 Motor)
Phone 1941
SPIC ’N’ SPAN
PASCO
CLEANERS
COLD STORAGE lOCKERS
armor-rs mam manner
Lockers for Rent
Retail Wholesale
Phone 4181 202 W. Lewis
’ Pasco
Better Have
Your License
The Richland and state patrols
will combine their sireens soon
to make spot checks on valid
operatofl and car ‘licenses it
was announced today by Sgt.
Paul Schlagel of the state patrol.
Schlagel reported the checks
will be made in the vicinity of
Richland with most to be under
taken on George Washington
Way.
The drive. however. will con
tinue into the rest of ther Tri-City
area where sheriff and city of
ficers will cooperate.
The cedars of Lebanon. for
ests which once extended 100
miles along the Lebanon moun
tain slopes overlooking ancient
Tyre and Sidon. have now virtu
ally disappeared.
LABOR DAY NEEDS—
ron memes AND THE HOME
“INCH BOXES '
PAPII PLATES
BALLS. BATS. MITS FOR THE BALL GAME
BEAUTIFUL ICED TEA GLASSIS. ONLY 10 CINTS
DISHES. KITQHEN UTENSILS. HARBWARI
WASHBURN STORE |
LAND SURVEYING
lOlllS A. NEH
CIVIL ENGINEER
Reg. Land Surveyor
1827 W. Raglan: Phuco. Wu.
P one 4302
ELECTRICIANS
COLUMBIA ELECTRIC
ALEX BIER, Prop.
Electric Supplies
Maytag Parts and Service
Phone 3201 16 Kenn. Ave.
FARM SERVICE
l. s. JOHNSTON '
GRAIN DEALER _
Telephone 3324 Pasco
505 West Lewis Pasco
FLORIST
G. K. EPLEY
Florist
Floral Arrangements
Shop & Greenhouse
821 S. 10th. Pasco.. Ph. 4651
FLOWERS I
non SKILL. Florist
GARBAGE
Pasco Garbage Semce
Phone 4452 -
Rubbish, Dirt Removed tron
yards and buildings on short
« notice '
1513 5. Gray Pasco
LUMBER
Madman Lumber & Mlll
3011. an MATERIAIS
com. & woon
PRES-TO-LOGS
um: . msm . CEMENT
WE DELIVER .
Dial 5371 ' ‘
J. Wiley Hancock
'SUN LIFE ASSURANCE 00.
OF CANADA .
311 N. 12th Street '
Pasco Phone 594?
MOVING STORAGE
mm musm
Doc; ign—dwétategiidei Mofing
Fireproof Storage
Agent North American ,
Van Lines
Phone 942 11 E. Kenn. Ave.
OPTOMETRIS'I’S
Dr. Harold E. Olsen
OPTOMETRIST
Analytical Eye Examination
Glasses Fitted .
By Appointment
210 North 4th Phone 3881
Pasco
DR. CLARK DURHAM
OPTOMETRIST
Eyes Examined
Lenses Duplicated
9 50. Dayton Kennewick
Phone 6241 ‘ -
Sept. 2. 1949
"Dead as a dodo” refers to a
clumsy cousin of the pigeon
that was three times the size of
a turkey and lived on the Indian
ocean island of Mauritius until
three centuries ago. The dado
a name derived from the Portu
guese word for simpleton—couid
neither fly. fight nor run away.
DANCING
A'l' ms HANGAR
WED. and SAT.
Nights _.
Norma Jean
and
Western Rhythm Kings
Admission - 81.00. tax incl.
PLUMBING
Everythins‘m Plumbing
and eating
STANDARD panama
gangq a. SUPPLY
For Free Estimates Ph. 8931
or see Ira H. McClearen. W.
Kenn Ave” Kennewick.
Residence 18 Pacific St.
RADIO SERVICE
m HOUSE OF SERVICE
Exceptional Radio Repair on
Home and Auto Radios
Authorized RCA-Victor Dealer
Phone 6251 119 First Ave.
REAL ESTATE
C. A. CRAWFORD
Kennewick Phone 701
. Licensed Real Estate
Broker
108 First Ave. East
REFRIGERATION SERVICI
mun
REFRIGERATION
320 Ave. 0 East
Phone 2996
SHOE REPAIRING
m 8803 IOWA].
116 Kenn. Ave. PllOllO 19“
Expert Workmmhlp ‘
Men's Work Shoes for Salt
SEWING MACHINE.
New Sew Gem
Free Home Demonstration
Rentals—Repairs—All Makel
KELLER’S
Phone: Kenn. 4505-)!
5005 Columbia Ave.
Kennewick
SOFT WATER SERVICE
MUG“
SOFT WATER SERVICE
No equipment to buy
No maintenance “
6905 Col. Ave.. Kennewick, Wu.
Phone Kenn 8942 or ‘
Richland 1749 K
TITLE INSURANCE
WASHINGTON TITLE
INSURANCE CO.
216 Kenn. Ave. Phone 6161
VET ERINARIANS
DB. I. I. PREDERICKSON
Residence No. Stevens Drive
Phone 263-J—Rlchland
Well Drilling
Earl A. Smith, Ph. 4983 Pasco
Floyd A. Baden. Ph. 4904,
Pasco
SMITH & RADEN
DRILLING CO.
Water Wells and Test Holes
Free Estimates
We Go Ans-where
Rt. 1, Pasco, Wash.
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