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'W’ November 3. 1938.
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“5:333?” Radio
Employees at Smith Motor Co.
Eagerly Await Arrival or
g . New Models of Ford Cars
3, 0. Smith of Smith Motor Co.
1,, med from Seattle where
as hard Motor Company's new en
t-yh the automobile field, the Mer
(-11 v-s, was shown Tuesday for
m first time to the Ford dealers
madman 1n the territory served
I” the Seattle Ford branch.
me than 500 men saw the pre
nnhtlon of the Ford and Lincom
m lines for 1939. This coming
I” and dealers will be able to or
g for sale: Ford V-8, the DeLuxe
M the Mercury. Lincoln-Zephyr
and the Lincoln v-12.
The new Mercury will be priced
mmeDeLuxe Ford and Lin
mm. The Ford V-8 for 1939,
and: will be aballable with either
I a- 85 hp. motor, has many of
in mm of the 1938 De Luxe
Mandthe 1939 De Luxe Ford is
anomaly new in its styling.
In. E. A. Stillman and Miss
m Dean Wysong were Toppen-
HI visitors Wednesday.
In. J. H. Siegfried accompanied
hr hushend on a business trip to
Mind this week. '
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Whitbeck
tanned yesterday from a month's
by In Yakima.
In. Anna. Schuster of Pomeroy,
tho has been visiting with her son.
Girl and sister-in-iaw, Mrs. D. J.
Wart. left Tuesday for Missouri.
In she will visit with her sister.
A miscellaneous bridal shower
lumen by Mrs. Wm. Shanghnessy
It her home honoring Miss Erma
Man. There were fifteen pres
-1111. An attractive cake and oth
cntmhments were served by the
D. W. NEFF
Democratic Candidate for
STATE REPRESENTATIVE
jl submit to the voters of the Sixteenth District
file Six-Point Program below to indicate where
Hand on legislative questions likely to face the
[lat session of the State Legislature. As exper
illlge for that service I cite my thirty years’ ex-
M'lence in farming and business, two terms as
{Minty commissioner and a lifetime of commun-
ItYservice. - , '
HIGHWAYS— . '
' Konncwlck no
man «Etruscan: gunk mgr“! to
’o' better connections.
TAXATION
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mg; to “maxi: lulu should"; supported; Guess
“I!!! should nuke mt Income cover all needs
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PENSIONS AND PUBLIC
WELFARE
Wumuaeudmmaummua
Mdutyolthemtenndfnndsforthltmm
. “Wammqmubemuormw
.m “Mkeconomleslntheopmttonofthowel
“'3 department should be practiced so that every Mic
“firmwamrortheuedmdotherneedym
POWER AND RECLAMATION
Thaltsteshouldpauneededlegflsflontohenhletoeom-
Pl! with federal requirements for development of the Col-
Wuhanmamemamqunfifludmflo
W. Manypmblemswmmmmnmmmd
Went and one“! comidention to protect the Inter
"l of the people of the Sixteenth District.
NEW INDUSTRIES
"“7 possible means should be, taken by the state to in-
Mnewmdnstfiestoeometothefloflhweu. mm
be than attention by the state government and should pro
dice valuable returns in this district especially.
INDUSTRIAL PEACE
““5 “ate should do w possible to promote industrial we
M 'm be permment, and the nfost durable and wand
I.“ h where employer sud employees make their own
ments and then an up to them.
Yote for D. W. NEFF for State Representative
‘ “The cars we will have to sell this
year,” said Mr. Smith on his return,
1I am confident are the style leaders
of America in their respective class.
Mr. Ford said in his statement, is
sued this week, ‘We have two new
Ford cars for 1939—better cars and
better looking—but we also have an
entirely new car. It’s called the
Mercury 8. It fits into our line be
tween the De Luxe Ford and the
Lincoln-ZeDhYl'. It is larger than
the Ford with 116-inch wheelbase.
hydraulic brakes. and a new 95 h.p.
V-type, 8-cylinder engine. We know
that our 1939 cars are cars of good
quality. We think they’re fine val
ues in their price classes. With new,
cars, new plants, new_ equipment,‘
the whole Ford organization is gear
ed to go forward.’ ” 4
Mr. Smith expects to have the}
1939 models on display this week-‘;
end. i
V. I. Tucker of Portland was a
Kennewick visitor this week.
Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Oliver are
spending a few days in Portland
this week.
A. F. Brown has returned from
Soap Lake, much improved from his
attack or rheumatism.
A daughter was born to Mr. and
Mrs. Harold Elders at Pasco hospi
tal Thursday, October 20. The little
one has been named Fern Arlene.
A group of young ladies of the
Bethlehem Lutheran church sur
prised Mrs. Elmer Schmelzer, nee
Evelyn King, with a gift shower on
Wednesday evening. Hostesses for
the evening included the Misses Al
ma and Minnie Reese, Alma. Lena,
Mrs. Don Visger or Pasco and Mrs
Freda. Betcher.
QUALITY
RADIO
i At the Churches I
mun-mom
John n. W mm
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 am”
preaching at 11.10. The Gospel of
Christ will be faithfully preached
each Lord’s Day at each of 'these
churches.
CHRISTIAI"
J. 0. Pine, Minister
Bible school, 10 am.
Communion and sermon. 11 am.
Sermon subject: “The Christian's
Crown.” , '
Christian Endeavor, 6:30 pm.
Choir practice following.
assngmmr or con cannon
Pastor. c. v. 7 éfiatifiéim—
Announces an all day fellowship‘
meeting at the Christian church on
Monday, November 14. There will
be three services, 10:30, 2:30 and
7:30. Churches thruout the district
will be represented. Rev. McLaugh
lin of Walla Walla, who is the dis
trict preacher, will be in charge. A
different minister will bring mes
sages at each service. All who can
are requested to bring basket lunch
which is put together and served
with hot coffee, tea or milk. Every
one is invited to come out and en-
Joy this day of fellowship.
Regular services: Sunday school
at 10. Frank Armstrong, Supt.
The Fords Tell Their Plans
j 971939
FWEKNEW'mythingbetta-wicoulddofor
I the‘countrydaanmakegoodmotorcargwe
woulddoit. -
'By every one- doing his best in the job he
thinksmostusefulfihiscountryisgoingtoregain
its momentum. Wehavetriedtodoourbeotin
out job.
When business was suddenly halted in its rerov
ery more than a year ago, we determinedxthat we
should keep going anyway, if not at full-volume
motor car production, then at getting ready for
greater motor car values that would help future
production. '
EXPANDING FOR THE FUTURE
We began to build 34 million dollars’ worth of
new plants and equipment. We felt that if we
could not employ all our men building motor cars,
we would employ as many as we could building
better production facilities. _
We were told, of course, that this was no time
for expansion, that a wiser business policy would
be to “hold everything”—which means, stop
everything. But no one ever got anywhere
standing still. .
Besidqwearenotdefeatists. Wedonotbelieve
thiscountryhasseenitsbestdaquebelievethis
countryisyetintheinfancyofitsgrowth.Webe
lieve that every atom of faith invested in our
Countryandour Peoplewillbeamplyjustifiedby
the future. We believe America is just beginning.
Never yet have our People seen real Prosperity.
Never yet have we seen adequate Production.
Butweshallseeitl Thatistheassm-aneein
which we have built.
Businessisnotjustcgiggback. Itwillhave
tobebrogétbackTJLatisnowbeeomingwell
understood in this country; for tint season 1939
will be a W. Manufacturers, sellers
and buyers will cooperate to br_ing back the busi.
ness thatiswaiggg' tobebrggétback.
This construction program is almost completed.
It has increased activity and payrolls in a number
of related industries. It has given us better facil
ities for building better cars and trucks, and
eventually our new tractor which is being perfected.
THIS MEANS MORE VALUE
The current program has provided a new tire
plant, which will turn out a part of our tire require
ments . . . a new tool and die plant that will help
as cut the cost of dies . . . and a steel-press plant
that will enable us to make more of our own auto
mobile bodies. These are in addition to the plants
we already had for producing glass, iron, steel,
plastics. and' many other things. a
We don’t supply 3! our ohm needs, of course.
and never expect to. The Ford engine is one thing
EW‘EEPORM
Tubes
mine at 11:00.
‘ esday night. Bible stu '
6 .assznday eve. Christ Alum
:.HaroldGrove,. oungPeop '
leader. Y I“
Evangelistic services, 7:30.
BETHLEHEM LUTHERAN
u. c. mum. W
Brd and Benton 8:.
[ Divine services Sunday at 9:45 and
111 a. m. Sunday school at 10:00 am.
Christian Fellowship League meets
at 8:00 pm. Sunday evening. Wal
ther League meets (or business
meeting Thursday at 8 pm. You
are welcome.
CHURCH 0!“ m NW
"'"ehn— 'ieo_i-v._cmu"m_
Sunday school. 10 am.; Billy
Mills, superintendent.
Morning worship, 11.
Young people's meeting and Jun
iors, 6:45 pm.
Mid-week prayer meeting Wed
nesday evening 7:30; cottakes.
The fiastor attended an all-day
missionary convention in Yakima
Wednesday.
Mrsgfioward Smith of Hover won
honors as most appropriately dress
ed woman in the young people’s
Halloween "hard times" party last
IFriday night.
FIRST ‘ BAPTIST
n‘i— 331 E Bum"-
Bible Mastery Month
Combined morning service at
10:30 consisting of a worship ser
vice message by- the pastor and
Bible, study in classes.
Pastors theme “Seven Priceless
Possessions” in First John Chapter
1. One of a series in this book.
6:30 8.Y.P.U.. young people in
vited. . .
7:30 Evening gospel service. The
111th athe Age of Law. See the
chart or the ages.
WE TEST
TUBES
Mid-week service Wednesday eve
ning at 7:30. Acts tenth chapter will
be studied. Choir at 8:30.
Join the Bible Mastery campaign.
We are reading the book of First
John every day in November. Gon
tinuedfeading brings out new truths
and new beauties in the book.
Theß.Y.P.U.wentasaGospel
team to Wailula Tuesday and con
ducted the service in the evening.
A hearty welcome awaits in this
friendly church.
WAWM.
Minister
Friday. November 4
8:00 pm. Choir rehearsal. Corsten
Green, director.
\ Sunday. November 8—
9:00 am. Church school.
10:00 am. Morning prayer and
sermon; topic, “The Place of the
Episcopal Church in the National
Affairs of America.”
2:30 pm. Young People's Bellow
ship. Pasco Parish Hall.
Thursday, November 10—
8:00 pm. Adult Bible Class; topic
“Deuteronomy. Christ‘s Favorite
_ _ Wom9l'u---
Rev. 3. AW mm.
Sunday. November 6th. Sunday
school meets at 10 o'clock sharp. A
fine increase in attendance was
registered last week and we would
like to see even larger numbers
present and an etfort made to reach
those not already in any Sunday
School. We invite all who have not
beengoingtoSundaySchooltoget
into some school on Sunday and
learn more about the Bible. You
willflndaplaceinourlargeschool
wherewehaveclassestorallages.
Morning worship at 11 o'clock. A
dignified and uplifting service of
worship with special music by' the
choir and a message of inspiration
by the pastor.
Epworth League members are go
ing to Grandview next Sunday to
lead the meeting there and return
HmdMlMuficmofhgfimofthMOlßhMM” Mal”! 16, 1938
thawene’ehnndroncheehntonre. Ofnenrly
everythingehevemevehuildeomeqmfity
ourselvee,tofind,,ifpoeeible,henernndmme
economical way. of doing it. The experience
.nndknowledgewepinerefreelyehnredwithm
etlppliergnndwidxodnerindmiee.
Wenkenoprofitonnnythingwennkefqr
ourselveenndeelltomli'eelvee. Everyoperntion,
fr’emtheFordehipewhichfit-ethringironorem
dukouggisfiglnedunccurncecoeu'l'heonl
profitisonthefiniehedreeult—thearorrfi
uitcomeeofltheline. Someyenre,thereisn_o.
profitfords. Bmwe‘eeetoitthatourcmmmere
nlwagprofiLAhuicu-ticleofourhmineucreed
isthatnosnleileconomimllycomu'uctiveunleuit
profimthebuyerumuchuormorethnntheeeller.
Our new plants have helE us build more
value into all our cars for 1939. That means
more profit on the purchase to the purchaser.
We have not cut quality to reduce costs.
We simply will not build anything inferior.
NEW TESTING EQUIPMENT
Whilewewereputtingupnewplantstoatl—ucj
cars, we constructed new equipment to a then.
The firstweatherumnelofiukindevetbuiltfor
automobile march went into operation at our
leboratorietthisyeet. o
3T. PAUL'S CHURCH
Western Auto Supply
OLAV 1. 0m Author!“ Baler.
the visit mule last spring by the
(«cum (mm am.
No evening eervlee.
Don‘t forget the Cheney A‘Cepel-
NOVEMBER 11, HIGHLANDS CLUBHOUSE
Sponsored by F. 0. E.
Music 5y THE HIGHLANDS CLUB BAND
Admission: Gents 50c; Ladies 25c, tax included
COME IN AND SEE THE NEW
Viking and Anchor Oil Circulating
a 'SPACE HEATER
The heater with the forced air heat circulatbr ;
also two Spark Heaters at reduced prices.
J . L. MOKLER
Plumbing and Heating 14 So. Benton St.
Jumkdxm'sam.m mum; ma W
Service a: W cm.
ARMISTICE DAY
-:- DANC E .;.
hmkuany kind ofmthu to «ileum
mhdfimmdaywouklukemondu
:o“th Omanuemw»
giveyougoodmiccinmy’dimteuywhue.
In otherness, my putt ofthe cu- ia pun.
inked mercifully. Then ”engineers can: it
dmmaeeifdnyanfindabnormlmroc
uysipofweikneu. .
mmmylespendonmummmouy
onrepnin. Andfifamilzwisufanndme
Mwamitinyom-M
THENEW CARS
We havem Elfin-dean for ”39—Mar
nndheuerlooking—huveeboheveeneofirelz
newest.
It’ualledtheMel-curya. Itfiuintoourline
between the De Luxe Ford and the Lincoln-
Zephyr. hhhgafienfieFMfidlllflbdl
whedbanqhydnuflebnkmendenewfi-houe
powerV-typeG-cylindecenp’ne.
Wehowdntoml939maneanofgood
qnnlity.Wed|inkthey'lefinevalmindleir
[niacin-en.
Wuhmmmphmmeqdpmengtbe
whole Ford organization is geared to go forward.
FORD MOTOR (DMPANY, Dun-born, Michigan
h Choir will give u concert In this
church Tuesday. November 15.
Wctch for posters cud further m
nouncemenu.
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