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Visifors Af Wallula WALLULA. Sept. 29—Mr. and Mrs. Nate Bateman of Prosser drove down Sunday to visit at the 01in Mills home. Mrs. Bate man and Mrs. Mills are sisters. Their father, Mr. Montgomery, is also here from Prosser. J. W. Valls returned Saturday from a visit to Oklahoma. He was accompanied by his brother, George Vails from Pasco. They were gone two weeks, one week of the time J. W. Vails spent ill in bed. Mr. and Mrs. Crarey are ex. joying a visit with Mr. Clarey’s mother from Sisters, Oregon. Mr. and'Mrs. E. H. Kidwell and sons of Pasco and Mrs. Hender son of Walla Walla were visitors in Wallula Sunday. Bud and Vernon McCarty of Spray. Ore. were overnight visit ors at the H. R. Cummings home Wedneseday. E. C. Belles is ill in a Walla Walla hospital. Frank Kinkaae is taking care of the post office during msg#llo9- The W.C.T.U. will meet with Mrs. J. C. Moll in Pendleton at their October meeting. They have been invited to lunch at the M. J. Penny home and afternoon meeting at the J. C. Moll home. Mrs. Moll is a former resident of WWW“ - omém MAKE MINE MARTINS ' Now Extra SM is?" ... em $7Ol Blu‘ré Bell WE CW ' ‘ " N‘mif‘!" h AT GROCERS'EVERYWHERE I i Wallula and a member of the 10- cal union of W.C.T.U. Mrs. Olin Mills and Mrs. C. I. Daniel leave Tuesday for Clarks ton to attend the state conven tion of W.C.T.U. 28th to 30th. Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Collier of Walla Walla were visitors Satur dag_at_tllej._ H. Mills home. Ed Lindblum has been re turned to St. Mary's hospital in Walla Walla for further treat ment. RETURN FROM VACATION Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mills and son returned from a week’s vaca. tion spent in Seattle and at Dav. enport, Wash. Fredrick Kirsh was home over the weekend from Pullman, where he is attending W.S.C. Eugene Gould visited Mr. and Mrs. Alfred home Saturday, who are visiting in Pasco from Fort Lewis. The Columbia high school is pianning a carnival for October 1 . .‘ The first young peoples meet ing of the fall was held Sunday evening at the community church. Z. V. Gilkerson returned last week from a trip to Indianapol's, where he attended the last en campment of the G.A.R. He gave a five minute talk to the group. He reported seeing some fine crops back there and in Michi. gen. He attended a family reua ion of his sons and daughter and families in Sparks, Nevada en route. The Columbia high school foot. ball schedule for this fall is: September 30, Kahlotus vs. Co! umbia at Columbia; Oct. 7, Rl7- erview vs. Columbia at River view; Oct. 21. Rivervlew vs. COL umbia at Columbia; Oct. 28, C 01“ umbia vs. Kahlotus at Kahlotuu John Doak of Portland_was it. Wallula Tuesday en route home 3,011: visiting relatives in Walla. al a. The Community. club cleared over SSO ‘at the chicken dinner served at the school house Sat urday for the benefit of the hot lunch project in the grade school this winter. OVERSEAS MAILING ' Those persons wishing to send Christmas packages overseas should mail them during the period of Oct. 15 to November 15, 1949 to be sure they will be de livered before Christmas. They should be marked “Christmas‘ Parcel.” - The postoffice department re ports Christmas packages destin ed for delivery to Japan, Korea. and the islands. in the Pacific should be mailed as early as pos sible preferably not later than Nov. 1 Christmas cards for army and air force may be mailed at any time before Nov. 15. . _;,_Kenneth Bennett is employed in Umatilla in a service station 3%?“ by Gordon Gross. ‘ . and Mrs. J. W.’ Fredrick. who is visiting here from Boise and Miss Bertha Fehl-Haber drove to The Dalles, Oregon Thursday. . Mrs. Mamie DeLong, a former resident of Wallula,°now living _ip Portsmouth, Ohio. writes this week that she won first prize in a McGuffy meeting in Oxford, Ohio. Held in Miami University building with a reading she learned from a McGuffy Third Reader when she was 6 years old. She is now 85. The prize was a McGuffy portrait. (For the younger generations information. McGuffy readers were standard equipment in schools in earlier days.) ', ‘ Name Receiver For Cleaners ** Jim Brady, Pasco accountant, has been appointed receiver for Modern Cleaners and Furriers, Inc., of Pasco. He was appointed Monday in Franklin county superior court by Judge Orris Hamilton of Prosser. A suit was filed early this month by Mr. and Mrs. George Hayes, principal owners of the firm, asking a receiver be appointed and authorized to con tinue operating of the business. J. A. S. Johnston, manager of the firm, who also holds stock, was named a defendant in the suit. He resisted the action at the hearing before Judge Hamil ton. In- another action, Judge 13. B. Horrigan granted a judgment to taling $1715.94 against Modern Cleaners and Furriers, Inc.. to Western Radio Corp. In order to distract their pur suers. some species or lizard de tach their tails when in danger. ...MAKES mm mm. 1 A mm! Modern Water Syslem For Riverside Slaled Riverside residents believe in helping themselves. The Riverside Property Own: ers club Tuesday night voted to notify the corps of engineers they will cooperate in installing a modern water system for the area. The residents will establish a water district for that purpose, the club secretary was instructed to inform Colonel William Whip ple, Walla Walla district engi neer. Whipple, at a meeting recent ly with club representatives, suggested that the corps proba bly would be willing to aid res idents in solving their water supply problem—if they would help themselves. Wells, present source of water - ’ you Can fie/p . Save Property, Save Lives, Prevent“ Fires! '7' Keep It Insured! Your best‘ Insurance Is fire preuenﬂon. ’ but don't fake or chance. Keep your home. business properi'y and personol properiy Insured to cover your losses. Farmers Insurance Grorrp . Au‘h— Truck— Fire lnsuruncg - [ensured $1 '. . CAMPBELL'S INSURANCE AGENCY ' «summer: Ph. 1181 District Oiilﬁm mom K. meems INSURANCE AGENCY Life Fire Aufo Liability Insurance Agency Fire. Automobile, Life. Health, Accidenf PASCO kENNEWIcK phone 6453 . Phone 2921 914 West Lewis Street 101 Avenue c East for the expanding residential district, would be ruined by Mc- Nary dam backwaters, the Col onel was told. He agreed that the government, which is building the dam, should share in respon sibility for solution of the prob lem. Will Repreéent Insurance Firm Appointment of Mrs. Mildred Despain. 109 Tenth avenue east, Kennewick, as special represent. ative for the Beneficial Life In surance company of Salt Lake City was announced recently by officials of the company. Mrs. Despain will be a mem ber of the Verd W. Edwards ag- Sewﬂﬁi’... Students Named To College Posts Nancy Bennett of Kennewick was named to the governing committee to rule over the homecoming for Washington State college, it was announced Wednesday. Others selected for posts on the campus were Ethel Harris, Richland, student activities board, and Malcolm Parkman, educational policies and Arthur Rhodes. TUB Social Activities committee. Both Parkman and Rhodes are from Pasco. C. W. Brown, who went to Spo kane to buy calves, returned the first of the week with fifty head. He is planning on buying 50 more. _ ency of Spokane. She will handle the Kennewick area for the com- pany. FIRE CHIEFS 'ASK YOU TO REMEMBER Flu Chlohtmyuuhladfaqo;ndﬂaliud chow of Kennewick Issued this WTI'I copulation with PM Prevention Week In “I! hope that poopl. In llama communiﬁuwmumovodlﬁn Inn-ism om. ' - theypoimdmm.mwwaynmpﬂm hummmmmmmwhpn uni knmnﬁroM-w .é 11.. emphasised that life and property wll be saved Hypeople throughout the communities observe rhe’rules laid down by the National .Fire Underwriters and the Fire Departments m.,ﬁn‘buides“the sav mmwﬁherewilbeahﬂhersubstanﬁdsav- ing in er insurance rates. 'l'lne lire chiefs made the blowing recommenda tions for tire prevention? a ‘ 1. Have the complete beating lem Inspected. cleaned and repaired by an expert npmnan. .. Llrovidecovered metalcontainersforashes and trash. - 3. Avoid hanging extension cords over metal or run ning them under rugs. as this causes dangerous wear. Replace worn extension cards. 4. Always call an rienced electrician for neces sary wiring. Faulty mg traced to .handyman. has been responsible for many fires. 5. Oil and clean meters of electric appliances and check to be sure.that belts are in proper condition. 6. Place a metal screen in front of the fireplace to guard against flying sparks and hot ashes. 1. Rover clean with gasoline—it's dangerous and un certain and may be ignited. in various wars- Send your cleaning out: it you must clean at home. use cleaning ﬂuids that have been approved by the Underwriters' Laboratories. ' e The chiefs emphasised that careless handling of cigarettes and matches is still the number 1 cause of fire and that ,the Underwriters estimate that nearly a third of all fires in homes. factories. forest and elsewhere are caused by careless smokers. This week and every week. said the chiefs. you should make certain cigarettes are out before throwing them away: avoid tossing cigarettes or matches into waste paper baskets and especially make certain that no member of your iamuy ever smokes in bed. Learn how to turn in a tire alarm. warned the chiefs. becaulsie getting firemen to your home quickly might save your e. 4 News Briefs From Finley FINLEY, Sept. 29—Two appli cations were submitted to Finley Grange Thursday night. Larry Adams was reinstated. A letter was read on organi zation of a weed control district. The auxiliary will hold an all day meeting October 5 to quilt at the hall. Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Goss were voted to honorary membership. Booster night was announced for Oct. 13 and will be an open meeting. ' Beverly Wilcox left Tuesday for Yakima where she took part in the Home Economics demon stration. She returned home Wednesday. Mrs. Albert Piert and children accompanied by Mrs. Henry Piert left Friday evening to vis it Mrs. Albert Piert’s grandmo ther in Coeur d’Alene. They will return home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Rice visited ﬁé/ y ' A ' AMERICA'S NO. I ENEMY " AT HOME . .. Fire PreVenﬁon Week .- October, 9 fa: 15 ROBERT »_:J,j.¢ ALEXANDER \ INSURANCE AGENCY No. 24 .Ausn so. ”I" ' ‘ Phone 4391 L E. JOHNSON INSURANCE _ AGENCY 112 Kennewick Ave. Phones: Ofﬁce 2722 . Res. 2721 REAL ESTATE & INSURANCE NOTARY PUBLIC State Farm Insurance Companies F. W. KENDALL Phone. 5251 P. O. Box 623 Pasco. Wash. in Spokane Surrday. FINLEY, Sept. 29 George Derting. son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Derting. is a student at the Up per Columbia Academy at Spangle Wash. Mrs. Roy Fisher of Richland visited her sister, Ruby Derting, Saturday. 2 Among those from Finley who attended the sale Friday at the Hermiston stock yard were: Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Brown, Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Beathe, Hugh Baker and Jake Adams. The Girl Scout leaders of Fin LODGE NOTICE |.0.0.F. Lodge No. 222 Meets Every Monday Night 8:00 o'clock ' Legion Hall. Kennewick MOST. EFFECTIVE ' 'wAYfls BEFORE THEY sym‘r .‘ . . lfmm.mm-mlmmmﬂy ammugdmﬁnmdoﬁhdm. Any ofﬁnﬁnnslkhdaﬁkpugcmmdyadlﬁmn mmwiﬁmlmmmﬂm ley who attended a meeting d .. District No. 1 leaders held Wed. ‘ nesday afternoon at the how“ I Mrs. S. F. Duffy. Mrs. John at." erick, Mrs. Harold Elder, Mn, Don Knowles. Mrs. Margret Ger. maine and Mrs. Harold Horn m the five Finley leaders. Each ‘ leader has an assistant. DANCING M was HANGAR WED. and SAT. Nights Norma Jean and Western Rhythm King; Admission sl.OO. tax Ind.