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The Kennewick courier-reporter and the White Bluffs spokesman. [volume] (Kennewick, Wash.) 1938-1939, October 27, 1938, Image 7

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w“ Farmer’s Exchange.
/ you GAMING—Order
‘. new for preserves or
‘" my. Hughes Market,
fund. 309
’ an; OR TRADE—Team of
[all rred Pardini, Rt. 2, Ken
‘s phone 25x1. 29-33 p
Wes and pears, late
”in we per apple box; pears
m. nnng container; plenty
. . m grapes, oranges, spuds,
' pruit Stand on the High
:w Washington Street. 30p
game—Near]
’ y new Estate
1W“ reasonable. L. v. Mosh
-3,111 and Ave. E. 29-30 c
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mge, clean, econom
“3:; to operate. None oth
mucome in and see one in
‘ m 2561‘, Kennewick. Duro
‘, aux-pin store. tf
H ant—Nearly new King Lib
'l, model trumpet, gold laquer
~ . Mnemwillsen for $65
, at horn at printing office. tf
um OR. TRADE—s-room
m. inquire this office. We
-, mom P 30150013 00.
‘ your live or dead horse:
1011. Our truck will coll every
i.” may. at Benton City,
M Paco end Kennewlck.
no. at Grouse Supply. Inc..
I- during hot weather before
mm Products Company,
, aim—Winter Nellie pears,
I omie box. Will deliver in
all. mm. phone 382. me
TRADE live stock for hay.
mom phone 28x8. 29-30 c
' “IE-Cobbler and Shafter
finances from certified stock.
In until March 1, 11 de
' , LJ.'l‘hompoon, phone 384. e
FOR SALE—Purebred Jersey Bull.
blue ribbon winner at Portland, A.
J. Thompson. 30p
FOR SALE—Squash. Wanted, sows
and heifers. C. A. Carpenter,
phone 2173. 30t1'c
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FOR SALE—leather davenport and
heating stove. W. H. Lessee, East
Avenue D., Kennewick 34p
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OFFICE SAFE, Cheap. We buy
and sell typewriters, adding ma
chines. Pasco Herald. Phone 75.
Pasco. 30-31 c
DON’T FORGET the Baked Ham
Dinner and Bazaar given by the
Catholic Ladies Wednesday, No
vember 9 in the English Lutheran
church basement. Servings start
at 5:30, Italian Luncheon at noon.'c
FOR SALE—9 acre .tract, 1 1-2 as
paragus, family orchard, berries
and hay ground; good house and
out buildings: 5 miles north Rich
land on Columbia River. Pasture
for 5 cows, abundance of fuel.. Full
price, SSOO cas‘h. Leo Perkins, Rich
land. 301:
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FOR ‘ RENT Small furnished
house. all modern, phone 2581. t!
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FOR RENT—Houses, good loca
tion, close in. To suit your needs.
SB.OO per month and‘ up. See Lane
K. Larson. 30-34 p
______
FOR RENT—One two-room apart
ment, clean and fresh. Very well
furnished, plenty of hot water and
steam heat. Only sls per month.
Lights and water included. Com
mercial Hotel, phone 2561 301;:
mm
line of beautiful Christmas cards
and 881: your order in early. Exclus-
Ive selections. Kennewlck Printing
Co. 33p
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WANTED—Salesman. married man
pmrenemzstoasyemotaseby
factory to train as salesman on new
and used ears. Previous experience
selling cars unnecessary. Write Box
8, Courier-Reporter office. We
WANTED—Used cook stove. Must
be in good condition. We have
good used circulating heater for
sale. See Raymonds. 25:1.
GIRL 20 years. wants work house
keeping or any general work. Rer
erences. Inquire this office. 30])
FOR SALE—Wood or Coal Circulat
ing heater, medium size, in good
condition. See Art Carpenter. 30c
WWA good Jersey or Guern-
sey family cbw, now fresh. Fred
Stickel, Garden Tracts. 29-30 p
WANTED—Young Chester White
Boar, 100 to 150 pounds. George
Galley, Richland. 31p
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ITALIAN LUNCHEON, served by
Catholic Ladies {1: 12 o’cloek on
Wednesday, November 9 in English
Lutheran Church basement, 2nd and
Auburn; also baked ham dinner at
5:30, Bazaar and games. 30c
STRAYED—An 'old black Percheron
mare, branded on left shoulder.
has black suckling colt with her.
Please call A. c. Nicoson, phone
2726. 30-31 p
HAVE YOUR GRnifirTa done
right at home. No Job too big. no
Job too small. Phone 3171. 26-309
D 981? DELAY—Get your order for
Christmas cards in while the se
lection is complete. A gorgeous
new line on display. Exclusive se
lections. Better order soon, with
delivery at any date you elect. The
Kennewick Printing Co. 83])
com: IN and see our Horace
on heaters, radios, cook stoves and
complete line of fut-alum. Duroch
u’s Bargain Store. Kennewlck. 2m
armaments GLASSES“
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Bponmtorqulckm Watch
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mums. Bahia-better
chases. We
ALL YOUR cumosm satisfied
Jay Your Mileage Merchant. ; .Ask him
{exactly how you’re sure of fast winter
; starting and extreme 01' economy by
:changing now to WINTER OIL-PLATING
?
ls OIL-PLATING iust a different name?
...No. OIL-PLATING is what Conoco
Germ Processed oil does! The out-and
out difference is this: OIL-PLATING will
stay firmly attached— plated-clear to
the topmost point in your engine, while
3 any plain mineral oil drains clear down
g the crankcase at every stop.
Exactly where is your gain? Well, in
a ' starting up again—next day or next month
3 —the coldest OIL-PLATED engine is
it»: always oiled in advance...pre-lubricated
9; before any oil down in the crankcase
’ .CONOCO. GERM PROCESSED on.
I'B3,ch (WASH) cpuamn-Rmnm
RATE AND CAPS—Hus cleaned
Ind blocked 60c: «Holman.
Mason Dye Works. phone one
cwo-three. Pam. 32:1
IRRIGATED FARMS FOR SALE—
Also hay. corn. mm and other
hm produce for me In season.
Bee W. G. Muldrow. secy. Sunny
side Won District. Balm City.
Washington. We
STAMP INK—Mandamus for
alesttmsofnee. Ala-seam
meat curled In stock. Kenneth:
PflntlnCOO.
NOTlCHinger Sewing Classes to
be conducted at Singer Sewing
Center, 9% Kennewick Avenue be
gins October 17th. Interested parties
get enrolled. 27-311)
DR; H. C. CURRY, the Seattle Op
tometrist, who has made profes
sional visits to Kennewick for 27
years and is known for good optical
work at reasonable prices, will again
be at Hotel Kennewick, Monday.
October 17 111' one day. Eyes ex
amined, glasses properly fitted.
CHRISTMAS GETS—Bring in
your plate and let us order some
new visiting cards. They make ex
cellent Christmas gifts. The m is
10w—52.25 per 100 paneled cards.
from your plate. Also printed
cards in the latest type stylés. Ken
newick Printing Co. 33p
PLEASE take your canned goods
from the cannery this Friday or
Saturday. Willard A. Campbell. *
VISITING CARDS—Make most ac
ceptable Christmas gifts. Engrav
ed cards are not very expensive.
and the new lettering is beautiful.
Better call and, see the samples
soon, for it takes ten days to get
an order. Kennewick Printing Com
pany. - 33 D
Priced for. Quick
Sale!
Shaw garden tractor
almost new, with plow and
cultivator atfachments; also
1935 Chev Pickup. Rich
mond Bros. Imp. Co.
EREE!
floating, Cu, Heutbum. Backing;
Nausea, get a free 5531;]. of QDGA
and 3 Inc interesting booklet at
VISGER DRUG STORE
Look!
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you paint of Stomach
’ Elect}. lntligggtion,
could ever stir. OIL'PLATING thus keeps
every engine part constantly slippy. The
starter speeds...the battery lives and so.
does the engine, free of fierce starting
friction.
But is there any oil saving? Why? . . .
Because less engine wear puts more
miles between quarts. And OIL-PIATING
itself never passes out during the use
of Germ Processed oil. Only the Germ
Process, patented, creates OIL-PLATING,
the sensible reason for you to switch to
Your Mileage Merchant today.
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Emmy-nova
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Preaching at Hover Sunday at
10 o'clock. Service will begin on
time. The church school will fol
low the morning service. Church
school at Finley Sunday at 10 um.
preaching at 11.10. The Gospel of
Christ will he faithfully preached
each Lord's Day at each of these
churches.
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Regular meeting: of the Unity
Class will be held each Mona:
afternoon it 2:30 pmlntheun.
quetmomottheAmmelwlth
the exception or the (earth non.
day in the month when the meeting
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Sunday School. 10:00 am.. Billy
Mills. Superintendent.
Morning Worship. 11:00 am.
Young peoples' meeting and jun
iors, 6:45 pm.
Evening Evangelistic service 7:30.
Mid-week meeting. Wednesday
evening. 7:30 pm. cottages.
The local young peoples' society
will entertain the Grandview soci
ety in a hard-time party tonight
(Friday) in the basement or the
Commercial Hotel. With Mrs. Croft
on the entertainment committee
are 'Julia Durocher. Everett Amon.
Francis Ludlow, Wilbert and Lor
:.etta Mills of Hover, and 0. Dumb
er. .
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20th Sunday: After Trinity
Simday Schooi at 10:15 tun.
Dlvlne Services at 11:15 am.
{angler League at 8:00 pm.
Luther league Social on Friday
evening, October 29th at the Otter
Brue.home.
The 'l‘eachem' Training Class will
not meet next week. but will meet
again onuondny. Nov. 7th,'at 8:00.
m Count-manna: will ineét'Ei
each'nzursdayatcoouthechumh
omm .
J. c‘.’ m‘ma.
Bible School. 10:00 am.
Communion Sermon, 11.00 am.
Subject: “The Christian’s Re
sponsibility to the World."
Christian Endeavor. 0:30 pm.
Choir Practice. following.
The annual church dinner will be
held at 7 o'clock Friday evening in
the church basement.
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Divine Services Sunday 1t 11:00.
Sundey School. 10:00 am.
Bible Class Thus-nan at 8:00 pm.
You use welcome.
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9200 mm, Church School.
10:00 pm” Morning Prayer and
Sermon.
Topic: “Why I Chose the W
pu Church”
2:80 9.311.. Young Peoples’ Bellow
shlp. Paco Parish Hun.
Thursday. Nov. 3
8:00 mm. Adult Bible Clan.
HIST BAPTIST
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10:30 9.111.. Combined morning
service consisting 0! Worship, pus
tor's message end Bible stat in
classes. Sermon theme: “llisslons.
Our Responsibility and Privilege."
6:30 pm” Young peoples’ meet
ing. Missionary subject. "Rescue
Missions."
7:30 pm, Evening gospel aewloe
“Palestine the Coveted.” Prophecy.
and present day conditions will be
presented.
Mid-weer service, Wed. 7:30 pm.
Study of Acts nine.
Indies circle will be entertained
bmeO.B.Oisonntthehome
of her dnughter. Mu. Clyde Moore
Thursday nttet'noon at two o'clock
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andmdmuhn every dayln
November.
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meets at 10:00 am. sharp. Vane
Wilder,¢enen.lßupt.
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service othsplnflmlnd wouhlp
Speculum by the choir.
3pm We at 8:80 for high'
school students.
No Evening Service.
Thursday. Nov. Brd .3 mo Dr.
c. J. smuttacher. a missionary doc
tor in Africa {or 25 years, will
speak and Dr. J. M. Adams, our
Dist.Bupt.wula.lsobepreaentand
hold toe quarterly contemnce tol
lovtns the evening means.
mun. '
TURKEY DINNER
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Eng. Lutheran Church
Thursday, November 3
6 From 5:30 0!:
Adult: 50.: cum uc
Advice to The
Roadworn
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wheandny. Icetnomm
monmyspflnumeond.
mumwstMmpmemenm
munghttnmditorcap. Raw.
cold gas squirting through my
carburetornauneatesme.
I honestly believe that before
the last snow files this year.
I'lljusthavetogiveup.lcan't
seehowlcaneverstandan
otherwinter.
What do you almost?
Respectfully yous.
Bothwen P. Gees-lever.
Dear m. Gen-lever:
Emmbutwecannotsympa
thine withyou. Winterisnot
nemflly much hauler than
anyotherseaaononacarult
ummWemm
howtoflxyonuptorthecold
summer. Intact,thn.t'sour
wanes. We'are winter ex
perts. Mutewhmmtinm
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lt‘sspflngulmdy.
Since-837mm.
lawman.
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HOWDY FOLKS—It Isn't
olways love that enables man
fled oouplu to get along.
Sometlmes It‘s just plaln com
mon sense.
A modem :lrl'o lull- my
look like a loop. but that
doesn't bother her: one does
‘ not know who: a mop look:
like. anyhow.
So am all may know. we be
lleve ln woman suffrage. We
belleve that women should
have the same right to cutter
a nun.
My Dope any: met no mat
ter how mall the land lords
my build the apartments.
the newlyweds will always
mange to equeene in them.
Nominal-Wham
myuoedlntheclecnlng
or clothing line. you'll find
ourphoewelllbleto
Wye-rum
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Phone 1241
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