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Monday, February 9, 1970 Walla Walla Union-Bulletin 5

Mini-Bike Use On City Property Is Prohibited Persons operating mini-bikes and other vehicles on city landfill property just off Tausick Way will be subject to prosecution for illegal trespassing, according to City Manager Larry Smith. Smith said members of the city council have received complaints from residents in the area about noise from small vehicles using the land, including the track facility leased by Walla Walla Karting, Inc. "No trespassing" signs will be posted in the area and violators will be ticketed, he said.

Obituaries Mrs. Jennie Legg Mrs. Jennie E. Legg, 57, of 1016 Boyer, died at her home early Sunday. The former Jennie E. Shasery was born May 19, 1912 in Lexington, Mo. and married William H. (Bill) Legg in Kansas City, Mo. Jan. 11, 1946. She had been a resident of the Walla Walla area since 1955 and was a member of St. Paul's Episcopal Church. Besides her husband, Bill, at the home, Mrs. Legg is survived by a son, William H. (Hal) Legg of Walla Walla, attending 'Central Washington State College in Ellensburg; and a brother, William H. Shasery of Kansas City, Mo. Services will be 10 a.m. Tuesday at St. Paul's Episcopal Church with Rev. Ernest Campbell officiating. Cremation will follow in the DeWitt Crematorium. Mrs. Legg will lie in state until 9:30 a.m. Tuesday at the DeWitt chapel for those wishing to pay their respects.

Myra A. Cochran Mrs. Myra A. Cochran, 86, of 403 N. 3rd, died Monday morning in a local nursing home. Mrs. Cochran was born Jan. 31, 1884 in Rising, Neb. and moved to Albany, Ore. with her family in 1901. She had been a resident of Walla Walla since 1915 and married Charles N. Cochran here in 1918. He preceded her in death. Surviving Mrs. Cochran are a son, Charles R. Cochran of Portland; a daughter, Mrs. A g n e s M. S t u e f e n of Sacramento, Calif.; and a sister, Mrs. Mable Hill of Salem, Ore. Four grandchildren also survive.

The Weather By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS High Low Fre. Albany 37 33 Albuquerque 60 33 Atlanta 62 35 .20 Bismarck 29 -2 Boston 44 33 Buffalo 42 29 T Charlotte 56 40 .09 Chicago 37 34 .56 Cincinnati 42 33 .07 Cleveland 37 36 .30 Denver 58 21 Des Moines 33 21 Detroit 39 31 Fort Worth 61 33 Helena 45 20 Honolulu 79 66 Indianapolis 37 31 .58 Jacksonville 63 44 Kansas City 48 ' 28 Los Angeles 83 59 Louisville 47 34 .11 Memphis 55 32 .22 Miami 70 60 Milwaukee 34 31 .03 Mpls.-St. Paul 32 15 New Orleans 70 46 New York 40 36 Oklahoma City 54 29 Omaha 41 21 Philadelphia 39 34 Phoenix 86 50 Pittsburgh 37 35 .11 Portland, Me 42 29 Rapid City 45 11 Richmond 48 34 .01 Sr. Louis 4i 28 .07 Salt Lake City 54 29 San Diego 81 54 San Francisco 69 57 Tampa 72 51 Washington 46 37 .03 Winnipeg M M M M—Missing; T—Trace PACIFIC NORTHWEST 24 hours to 4 a.m. Monday High Low Pr. Bellingham 58 34 Boise 54 32 Hoquiam 64 44 Olympia 62 33 Omak 42 21 Portland 60 40 Seattle 65 41 Spokane 46 ' 33 Vancouver, B.C M M Walla Walla 40 38 .01 Wenatchee 41 32 Yakima 51 32 National extremes, excluding Alaska, in 24 hours to 4 a.m. High 89 at Spring Valley, Calif. Low -2 at Bismarck, N.D. ALASKA A Anchorage 35 21 Fairbanks '.'.'.'.'.'. 4 -13 Juneau '.'.'. 38 25 REGIONAL REPORTS City-County Airport .... 40 38 T Whitman Mission 42 39 T Spout Springs 43 30 Snow 80 inches Meacham 50 33 Snow 6 inches Hermiston 43 39 .01 Pend. Br. Exp. Station . 40

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Lowest, -9 in 1929. PRECIPITATION Last 24 hours to 10 a.m. Monday trace. Precip. total since first of month .42 SPROUT - Feb. 7. 1970 at his residence. Allen Marion Sprout of 209 inch. for month to date .54 inch. South Seventh, Dayton aged 60 years. Normal Precip. since Jan. 1 6.28. NorHusband of Mrs. Emily Sylvia Sprout of malTotal 2.43. the home: father of Mrs. Ehrick (Sylvia) Since Mar. 116.37. Normal 14.52. Wheeler, Portland and Mrs. John Sept. 110.89. Normal 8.31. (Peggy) Peterson, Salem and grandfather Since No.days this date with Precip since of six. Born March 4.1909 in Walla Walla. 1886 45. Member of Walla Walla Elks Lodge. Relative Farm Bureau. Washington Association of 89 per cent. humidity, 11 a m . Monday Wheat Growers. Remains at HubbardRogg Funeral Home. Dayton. (Paid notice) LEGG — Feb. 8,1970 at her home Mrs. Jennie E. Legg of 1016 Boyer aged 57 years. Survived by her husband William H. (Bill) Legg. at the home; a son, William H. (Hal) Legg of Walla Walla attending Central Washington State The sixth annual Walla Walla College in Ellensburg; and a brother William H. Shasery of Kansas City. Mo. Valley Shorthorn Association Born May 19. 1912 in Lexington, Mo. sale will be held Feb. 16, 12:30 Member of St. Paul's Episcopal Church. p.m. at the Southeastern DeWitt Funeral Home in charge of the Washington Fairgrounds in arrangements. JA9-1360. (Paid notice) Walla Walla. COCHRAN — Feb. 9, 1970 at a local This is the largest Shorthorn nursing home Mrs. Myra A. Cochran of 403 N. 3rd aged 86. Survived by a son, bull sale in the Northwest and Charles R. Cochran of Portland; a has proved to be the daughter. Mrs. Agnes M. Stuefen of outstanding Shorthorn sale for Sacramento, Calif.; and a sister, Mrs. the entire region, according to Mable Hill of Salem. Ore. Four and Kathy Kibler, grandchildren also survive. Born Jan. 31, Jim 1884 in Rising, Neb. Groseclose Garden managers. Chapel, funeral directors, in charge of The sale will feature cattle the arrangements. Funeral Notice later. from such herds as Poplar Lane — (Paid notice).

Obituary Notices

Shorthorn Sale Feb. 16

• Funeral Notices CHANEY—Funeral services for the late Ralph G. Chancy of 527 S.W. 6th, College Place will be at 2:00 p.m. Tuesday, February 10, 1970, at College Place (Village) Seventh Day Adventist Church. Interment Mount Hope Cemetery, Elder William L. Woodruff and Elder R. H. Wentland officiating. Pallbearers will be Earl Prusia, Everett Littler, Glen Schroeder, Arthur Helm, Raymond Bohlman and Dallas Carr. Friends who wish may contribute to "Faith for Today" in memory of Mr. Chancy. Colonial Funeral Home, Funeral Director. (Paid notice) BUCKLEY—Funeral services for the late Mrs. Edna Buckley of 615 Liberty will be at 10 a.m., Tuesday, Feb. 10 at Colonial Funeral Home Chapel with the Rev. Harlan R. Gerlach of Trinity Baptist Church officiating. Vault interment in Blue Ml. Memorial Gardens. Pallbearers will be John Boyenga, Charles Wickware, David Edwards, James Buckley Jr., Dan Buckley and Buckley Knox. Colonial Funeral Home in charge of the arrangements. (Paid notice) SPROUT — Funeral services for the late Allen Marion Sprout of 209 South Seventh, Dayton, will be at 11 a.m. Tuesday, Feb. 10, at the Grace Episcopal Church. The Rev. Spaulding Howe Jr., Episcopal rector, officiating. As cremation is to follow memorials of the donors' choice would be welcome. Hubbard-Rogg Funeral Home, Dayton, Funeral Director (Paid notice) LEGG — Funeral services for the late Mrs. Jennie E. Legg of 1016 Boyer will be at 10 a.m. Tuesday, Feb. 10, 1970 at St. Paul's Episcopal Church with Rev. Ernest Campbell officiating. Cremation will follow in the DeWitt Crematorium. Friends who wish may make contributions to the American Cancer Society. Mrs. Legg will lie in state until 9:30 a.m. Tuesday at the DeWitt Funeral Home for those wishing to pay their respects. DeWitt Funeral Home in charge of the arrangements. (Paid notice)

Card-of-Thanks THE FAMILY OF MRS. CAPITOLA LAMB wish to extend our heartfelt thanks to all who so kindly assisted and for the words of sympathy and beautiful flort 1 offerings extended at the death of our beloved mother. A special thanks to U» nunti and Sisters at St. Miry

Farms, Moses Lake; Lloyd McLean, Coulee City; Leonard Shorthorns, Pomeroy; Gil Helm, La Grande, Ore.; as well as local consignors including Arlen Buroker, Larry Key and Bob Ten Eyck, all of MiltonFreewater and Jim and Kathy Kibler of Walla Walla. Many of the cattle featured in the sale were shown at local and regional fairs last year.

Public Record SUPERIOR COURT

Holiday Mortgages, Inc., has filed suit against Al Gonzalez et ux for forfeiture of a real estate contract. DIVORCES FILED

Carl E. Paulson vs. Irene J. Paulson. Melissa Jane Russell vs. Lloyd Carter Russell. Rose Elizabeth Wells vs. Richard Gene Wells. DIVORCES GRANTED

Accidents, Few Injuries Are Reported

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A number of weekend accidents were investigated by city police and the Washington State Patrol. Larry D. Petersen, Pullman, was treated and released at Walla Walla General Hospital Saturday night after his car was struck by one driven by Linda S. Britton, "108 N. Touchet, officers said. Petersen's car was eastbpund on Main when the accident occurred, according to police, and the Britton vehicle had just pulled away from a stop sign on Touchet St. Damage was estimated at $1,200 to Petersen's car, $600 to the other auto. Three cars were involved in Speaker an accident at Melrose and Wellington, officers said. Susan Karl Herrmann, State InJ. Sporleder, 948 Pleasant, was surance Commissioner, will northbound on Wellington, they speak at the Chamber of reported, when she allegedly Commerce forum at noon failed to stop for a sign and Tuesday in the Royal Motor entered the intersection, Inn. striking-a pickup truck operated by James Russell, 402 S. 12th. Both vehicles were stopped in the intersection when a car driven by Joseph R. Wolfe, 1520 Truman struck the Sporleder car in the rear, shoving it into Russell's, according to the department. Damage was estimated at $1,000 to the 1965 The annual "All Masonic Sporleder auto, $300 to the truck and $50 to Wolfe's 1970 Night" of the Blue Mountain Shrine Club will be Friday, at car. Damage totaled $550 in a two- the Veterans' Memorial Field car accident at 9:25 a.m. Sunday House. There will be a at 9th and Poplar when a pickup symposium at 6:30 p.m. and truck operated by Gerald dinner at 7:30 followed by a Salsberry, 825 Valencia, collided business meeting. President Stanley Wagoner with a car driven by Lydia S. Levin, Route 3, policemen said. has issued an open invitation to Mrs. Levin had stopped for a all Masons in the area to be light at the intersection and guests of the club at this annual pulled away from the curb, affair. The club has recently been failing to yield the right of way, investigating officers reported. given an old fire truck by Max Larry H. Brassard, 21, 446 Barber and loaned a two-wheel School Ave., suffered cuts on his fire cart used by pioneer forehead and hand when his volunteer firemen in Starbuck car, northbound on Highway 125 and plans are now underway for four miles south of Walla Walla, a Shrine "Fire Fighting Unit" left the road while he was to take part in future Shrine attempting to pass, state Club celebrations here and throughout the area covered by troopers reported. The car rolled over a 30-foot the El Katif Temple of Spokane. The club's Oriental Band, bank and came to rest partially in the Walla Walla River, organized nearly a quarter of a patrolmen said. Damage was century ago, is one of the most active special Shrine units in the estimated at $1700. Robert A. Thomas, 22, Route Inland Empire. It has made 4, escaped injury in a one-car hundreds of appearances in accident Saturday night three Shriner's parades, ceremonials miles east of Walla Walla on and other special events. Details regarding the new Mill Creek Road, according to "Fire Fighting Unit" will be troopers. Patrolmen said Thomas was announced at the Friday attempting a left turn onto evening meeting. Danielson Road when he was blinded by the lights of another vehicle and his car ran off the All-Girl Rodeo roadway into a bank. Damage was estimated at $800. Royalty Will Be

'All Masonic' Night Set Friday

At Touchet: 19 Ewes, 40 Lambs! "Better than 200 per cent! . . . that's phenomenal!" These were comments from both sheep breeder and county extension agent when word came in from Touchet that the Duncan Breithaupt farms there had that performance from 19 ewes. The 19 had given birth to 40 lambs to rack up the unusual record. "We thought it unusual and possibly a record of some kind," said B r e i t h a u p t . ' ' T h e phenomenal part was that each of the ewes had twins and two of them had triplets." Lambing was over a period of the past 10 days. "Better than 200 per cent and that's darned good," was comment from County Agent W a y n e S t a m b a u g h . One hundred fifty per cent lambing is considered excellent and most breeders would be happy with 100-125 per cent, it was noted.

Posse Schedules Annual Meeting The Pioneer Posse will hold its annual dinner and election of officers on March 27 at the Cascade Natural Gas Company, according to Gene McMillan, president. Work is currently underway to put a light filler of sawdust in the club arena, and the IOOF Lodge are removing a portion of the old grandstand. The remaining grandstand will then be repaired, and the open space used for car parking. The Cowboy Cooks 4-H Club are planning a show at the grounds in April, and it will also be used for the Pea Festival 4-H show on May 2 and the Pea Festival Gymkhana on May 9.

Connie Lee Engstrand vs. Harry C. Engstrand. Sandra Odell vs. William Odell. Barbara A. Stubblefield vs. Services Held Elmer Stubblefield. Valori Thompson vs. Richard For Students Douglas Thompson. Thelma Wallace vs. Martin COLLEGE PLACE — Larry Joseph Wallace. Kromann, youth pastor of the College Place and College BIRTHS Adventist churches, assisted by Mr. and Mrs. Roger Singing Evangelist Sunny Lui, Robanske, 1323 Walla Walla Portland, conducted daily Ave., boy, Feb. 8, 1970 (Walla services for upper grade Rogers Walla General). Elementary School pupils Feb. Mr. and Mrs. David Downing, 2-6, according to Principal Dale 1572 E. Alder, boy, Feb. 8,1970 Went. Evangelist J. Reynolds (Walla Walla General). Mr. and Mrs. Rick Watson, Hoffman spoke the final day of Milton-Freewater, girl, Feb. 6, the series with fifth graders also invited. 1970 (Walla Walla General).

Selected Feb. 28 The 1970 royalty for the annual All-Girl Rodeo, set for June, will be selected on Saturday, Feb. 28, at special tryouts in the Exposition Building at the Fairgrounds. Any girl in the area who wishes to try out for the court is welcome. Court members enjoy a busy summer at horse shows, fairs, and rodeos, and reign over the Pioneer Posse sponsored AllGirl Rodeo at the Fairgrounds. This year court members will have an additional task, in that they will be working in the arena during the rodeo moving cattle, a job that many girls have requested during the past years. The new plan will give the court some additional limelight, as well as being enjoyable for the girls. Any girl who is a member of a riding club or 4-H horse club, and is 14-16 years of age may enter the contest. Selection is entirely on horsemanship, and this year's tryouts will include general riding, individual patterns, simple cattle work, and goat tying, with emphasis in the latter two events on "try," western style, and sportsmanship, rather than skill or speed. Girls must have access to a horse, equipment, and transportation for herself and her horse during the summer. She must try out on the horse she will be using if she is on the court. Entries must be in by Feb. 25, with tryouts Feb. 28, at 1 p.m. Two out-of-town judges will select five girls, and one will later be named queen on the basis of a ticket sales campaign. Any girl desiring to compete or wishing further information may contact Mrs. K. G. Beck or Mrs. K. D. Dickerson, committee co-chairmen. Entry blanks are also available at downtown western stores.

Snow Report Spout Springs: 6 a.m. Mon. — Maximum temperature, 43; minimum 30. At observation, 36. No precipitation. Total depth, 80 inches. No new snow. Snow is hard and needs sunshine to soften. Weather, blue sky and clear. Skiing closed Monday. Open Tuesday and rest of week. Road is partly icy.

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N0.7.F.&A.M. STATED COMMUNICATION Monday, Feb. 9,7:30 p.m. Work M.M. Degree No Host Dinner 6:30 p.m. All Master Masons Welcome JOHN A. GOSSETT, W.M.

Polled Hereford Sale Nets Total of $34,420 Fifty bulls and heifers brought $34.420 to their owners Saturday at the Columbia E m p i r e Polled H e r e f o r d Association sale that concluded the 24th annual event. It was held in the Exposition building at the fairgrounds. The 42 bulls averaged $730, the heifers averaging $467. The champion female consigned by Aune & Sons, Lacrosse, brought $500 with Rick Sanders, MiltonFreewater, the purchaser. The Seattle-First National Bank presented the silver trophy to the consignors. The champion male of the sale consigned by the Double I Ranches. Ontario, was purchased by Deans 4D Ranch. Klamath" Falls, for $1,425 with the Union-Bulletin presenting a silver trophy to the consignors. The list of consignors, prices received and purchasers follows: Heifers Aune & Sons. $500, Rick Sanders. Milton-Freewater; G. A. & Norman Ireland. $450, Leo Harting, Dayton; Dick Hibberd, $480, Fiori Farms, Enumclaw; Bill Stewart, $490, John Karvola. Pendleton; Kirk elRobinson, $490, Fiori Farms. Enumclaw; Dick Hibberd, $535, Martin-Hanson. Eugene; Bill Stewart, $480, John Kervola, Pendleton; Kirk & Robinson. $310. Fiori Farms, Enumclaw.

Klamath Falls; Dick Hibberd, $1200, Nelsons P/Hereford. Montana; Aune & Sons, $1800, Lightning B (3/4 Int.) Ontario; ACTION LINE: Who should I contact about making the old Aune & Sons, $1000. Rhode & public library into a museum for the city of Walla Walla? Sons, Pendleton; Auric & Sons, R.B. $700, Joe F. M c C o w n , Answer: The City of Walla Walla is responsible for this library. Waitsburg; Barnett Hereford Action Line showed the city manager this question and received Ranch, $900. Ralph Tachella, the following response: Pendleton; Barnett Hereford "As previously mentioned in an Action Line column, the City Ranch, $600. Coffin Sheep Co.. Council has made no study at the present time to determine what Kennewick: Deborah Rhea. use the present Carnegie Library will have in community $410. Jessie Stamps. Prosser; activities." Herb Ekstrom & Sons, $500, E. W. Parsons & Sons, Dayton: Emory Moore Ranch. $530. Etter Bros., Pilot Rock; Kirk & Robinson, $810, John Korvola. Pendleton; Reiha Brothers, $700. M. Miller, Washougal; Reiha Bros.. $630. Furgeson Ranch. Weston; Carnation Milk Farm, $1000. John Korvola, Pendleton; Orville H. Branson, $1100. Elkington Bros.. Idaho Falls. Ida.; Orville H. Branson. $1000. Kenny Smith. Waitsburg: Bill SAW STOLEN NAMED AS AGENT Stewart. $650. Melson Murry, George Scoggins, 1316 E. Farmers Insurance Group has Pilot Rock; Wolfe Hereford Alder, reported the theft of a announced the appointment of Ranch. $590, Lloyd Reagan, $250 chain saw to police. C. Willis Hunt, 402 E. Whitman, Elgin: Wolfe Hereford Ranch. as its agent for Walla Walla HOUSE ENTERED $510. Winn Estes, Walla Walla: County. Farmers Insurance M. James Kintschi, $800. Roger Police are investigating a Group includes six individual Neff, Pasco; Golden Buttes weekend burglary at the Tom companies. P/H Ranch. $500, W & E Miller. Maccarone home, 1915 Leonard Kimberly, Ore.; G. A. & LIBRARY MEET SET Dr. Detectives reported a color Norman Ireland, $850. Eslick television set, two cameras, two The Friends of the Walla Farms. D a y t o n ; B a r n e t t watches, jewelry, and kitchen Walla Library, also known as Hereford Ranch, $510, Herb items were taken and a the Walla Walla Valley Library Dickerson, Lowden; Emory considerable amount of Association, will meet at 7:30 Moore Ranch, $500. Ralph vandalism done, including the p.m. Thursday at the Corner Hutcheson. Pilot Rock: Kirk & slashing of a bar and chairs in Cafe, Second and Main. Anyone Bulls Robinson. $465. Joe Bechtel, the basement and paint interested in the Public Library G. A. & Norman Ireland. Elgin: Kirk & Robinson. S465. spraying. Entry was gained is invited to attend. $1425. Deans 4D R a n c h . Joe Bechtel. Elgin. Reiha through a basement window, LODGE TO MEET Bros.. $525. Elmer Smith. St. according to the department. John; Reiha Bros.. $500. W & E A stated meeting of Royal EJECTOR USED Miller. Kimberly. Ore., Arch, Chapter No. 1, will be Firemen used a smoke held at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday for Carnation Milk Farm. S500. ejector at the residence of degree work in the chapter. Brian Temple, Wallowa: Orville Branson. S710. Jim Sylvester Brooks, 905 Willow. Refreshments after lodge. Sunday night when food on the Burres. Prescott: Orville H. WALLULA The Atlantic KING WILL SPEAK stove b u r n e d , t h e f i r e Richfield Hanford Company is Branson. $760, Dennis Watson, Frank King, public affairs building a Ranney water Asotin: Bill Stewart. S550, department reported. officer with the Walla Walla collector well adjacent to the Roger Neff. Pasco; Aune & BAIL SET District, Corps of Army old Columbia High School site Sons, S780. Wes Whitman Bail was set at $190 at the Engineers, will speak at the Two Rivers to supply water Farms Inc.. Lacrosse, Aune & county jail for Abel Zarate, 31, Wednesday luncheon of the at for the Cudahy meat packing Sons. $600. Lloyd Carlock. Mist. Route 1, charged by the Chamber of Commerce military plant being built on Dodd Road. Ore.; M. James Kintschi. $825. Washington State Patrol with affairs committee at the Elks The Ranney water collector Darel Yeend. Walla Walla. driving while under the Club. King will describe the well, which is similar to the one Barnett Hereford Ranch. S450. influence of intoxicating liquor. "Disastrous Los Angeles Floods in use at Boise Cascade, is built Lloyd Garlock. Mist, Ore.. Charles E. Mitchell, 24, 120 W. of 1969." by sinking a 12-foot circular Carnation Milk Farm, $500, Main, was charged in Superior HARKINS SPEAKER concrete tube into the ground Utzinger River Ranch. Touchet; Court with grand larceny in by digging the sand and gravel Orville H. Branson. $625, Joe Walla Walla County Assessor addition to an alleged traffic from the inside of the tube with McCown, Waitsburg: Reiha Lloyd Harkins will speak at the violation and bail was set at a clam shell powered by a Bros., $500. Elmer Smith. St $1,550, according to the jail monthly board meeting of the John; Orville Branson. $525. crane. As the tube is lowered, Walla Walla County Association reports. Franz, Ritzville: Aune & Sons, additional concrete is poured of Wheat Growers. President Elmer Smith. St. John; Bill Johnson invites any into forms above ground until $500, Aune & Sons. $700. Elmer the tube reaches a depth of 25 or interested wheat grower to Conover, Waitsburg. 30 feet below ground level and attend whether a member of the At Hospitals board or not. The meeting will about five-feet above ground. eight-inch lateral pipes Admitted to St. Mary over the be held at 8 p.m. tonight at the Three be installed horizontal to • Calendar weekend were Ernest A. PCA building, Second and Pine. will WSCS, Pioneer United the bottom of the well which Brown, Route 4; Riley F. RRB MAN HERE Methodist Church will have will lead water from the water Cunningham, 378 Chase; Mrs. A representative of the gravel into the program presented by New Cecil Galvan, 520 W. Willow; Railroad Retirement Board will bearing "collector" from which it will F r e e d o m S i n g e r s f r o m Judy A. Hurst, 212 Roosevelt; be in Walla Walla Tuesday at be pumped through 10 or 12- Whitman College Wednesday at Henry Roth, 258 Eagan; JoAnn the Civil Service Examination inch pipe, a distancea of 11:15 a.m. at the church. Lunch E. Liffring, 212 N. Roosevelt; Room in the Federal Building two miles and under about and regular meeting will follow. two William H. Oliver, 1250 Military from 1 to 3 p.m. The visit is railroad right-of-ways and Walla Walla group of the Road; Patrick W. Crane, 403 N. primarily for the purpose of Highway to a 350,000-gaIlon Alcoholics Anonymous and Bellevue; Gerard A. Schille, assissting railroad enployes and reservoir 12, located beside the Alanon family groups will meet Route 1; Mrs. Clifford D. Ziska, their families in matters meat packing plant. This at 8 p.m. Tuesday in the Public 608 Home; Mrs. Howard pertaining to retirement and reservoir, which will be built at Assistance Building. Groups Whitebeck, 30 S. Clinton; Lester survivor benefits and railroad ground level, will provide Kitchen, 318 Lincoln; Paul unemployment and sickness capacity water supply of 1,500a meet separately. Redfearn, M a r y J a n e benefits. Prospect Point Grange having gallons per minute with a Fehrenbacher, Mrs. John C. next in its series of card parties pressure of 60 pounds per LODGE TO MEET Waggoner, Mrs. Arlin Phillips Tuesday, 8 p.m. Public invited. The Milton-Freewater Elk's square inch. and Mrs. Ida Small, Milton- Lodge It was reported Friday the will hold a potluck dinner Freewater; Jennifer Laidler, Tuesday evening at 6:30 p.m. design for this facility is still in RUMMAGE SALE College Place; Jolene F. Shale, Members with last names the planning stage and no Dress Sale — $1 & Under Dayton; and Dennis Castoldi, starting with A-L are asked to contracts have been let to date. Feb. 10th, 368 S. 3rd Lewiston, Idaho. bring desserts and names Discharged were Mrs. Joseph starting with M-Z are to bring Banes, 169 Bradley; Mrs. M. G. salads. The lodge will furnish Ferderer and son, 168 Union; the main dish, rolls and coffee Kay M. Hill, 1007 Boyer; Roy L. announces Don Rakestraw, Jennings, 328 Drumheller; Mrs. chairman of the potluck dinner. Edward Kopczynski, 527 Craig; All lodge members and families Alberta Murphy, 420 W. Alder; are invited to attend. Nelson B. Ouderkirk, 917 BOARD TO MEET Bonnie Brae; Mrs. Arthur H. Overby, 634 Juniper; Mrs. Don The Dixie school board Reynolds and daughter, 212 N. meeting scheduled for tonight R o o s e v e l t ; W a r n e y A . will be postponed until Feb. 16. Whitehead; 1250 Military Road; Mrs. Fredric Santler, 1746 Hillbrooke Drive; Mrs. Vera J. Execution Stay Austin, 107 Orchard; Mrs. Rowland Beechinor, 2341 Granted Adams Roberts Place; Mrs. Hester M. A stay of execution has been Cearley, 922 N. 13th; Mrs. granted Jerry Ralph Adams by Verna E. Cummins, 305 N. U.S. Supreme Court Justice Clinton; Mrs. Ralph Tracy, 2332 William 0. Douglas. Frazier Drive; Mrs. Roscoe Adams, 22, was to have been Strimple, Route 3; Clara M. hanged Feb. 23 for the 1966 Stubblefield, 20 E. Chestnut; slaying of a 57 year old Ermilinda Gonzalez, 931 N. 8th; Mountlake Terrace woman. Jennifer Laidler, College Place; Under terms of the stay of Mrs. John Hair and son, execution, attorneys for Adams Prescott; Mrs. Gerald Britton will have 60 days to file an and son, Touchet; Floyd appeal petition with the Armstrong, Pomeroy; Mrs. Supreme Court. Thomas Foster and Mrs. Adams is in the state Charles Snively, Hermiston; penitentiary here. Mrs. John Joanis, Pilot Rock, Ore.; and Mrs. Leo Morgan. Pocatello, Idaho. Admitted to Walla Walla General over the weekend were Jeanne Remillard, 344 S. 1st; Robbin Anderson, 734 Lewis; Mrs. Roger Robanske, 1323 Walla Walla Ave.; Mrs. David Downing, 1572 E. Alder; Kenneth Moore, 1545 Olive; Elton Elmer Anderson, 20 Boyer Drive; Georgienna Duvall, Walter Surface and Llahnna R. Deasy, MiltonFreewater; Todd L. Kromann and Bonnie Jones, College Place; and Edith Adams, Kennewick. Discharged were Loyd Harshman, Route 1; Mrs. Donald Moulton, 546 N. 6th; Merle Smith, Route 3; Mrs. Bruce Naimy and son, 714 Thurs. Eve., Feb. 12, 8:00 p.m. Woodland; Cecil Q. Klein, 1509 Center; Bill Watson, 260 E. Columbia Auditorium Birch; Malvin Jamison Jr., College Place Route 2; Mrs. Dennis Rogers and daughter, Mrs. George Hubbs and Velma North, MiltonFw rcstrvatfens caN JA 5-7560, Eit. 251 •? 331 Freewater; Mrs. Merle Reiswig, Mitchel J. Brown and Rtswvtd Stats $3.50 Ctntrd A4m. $2.50 Mrs. Harvey Hutson, College Place: and Clvd*Givens. Pasrn

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