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The Kennewick courier-reporter. [volume] (Kennewick, Wash.) 1939-1949, May 08, 1941, Image 4

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Robert L. LaMott. W
Sunday school at 10 o'clock. In
teresting classw for all age groups.
Morning worship at 11:05 o’clock;
sermon. “The Laws or Christian
Motherhood." ' ' ‘ 1*
All who desire to participate with
us in thme services are. cordially wel
come.
BETHLEHEMq . Lmupm
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M. C. Knuth. pastor
Divine services Sunday at, 10:30
am. -. .‘.‘Jf. 1.35.5.3-
Sunday school at 9:30 am. ”The
uttering for army ‘ and navy wbrk
will be lifted on May 18. ‘ I .
Walter Leaguers are urged to at-“
tend the Spring Rally. at Ellanpbmfi‘i
Sunday. You tare cordially mm:
to our sci-vim. I.
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10:30 Morning worship with mes;
sage by the pastor or: the theme,
“Mr. Little Faith.” Bible study at
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7:00 Jr. B. Y. "fifth-session.
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KENNEWICK =
8:00 Evening Gospel service. “The
Golden Calf,’ Exodus s’eries.
7:45 onday evening service at the
Wallula church. ,
8200- Wednesday» eevning. Mid
week service of prayer and Bible
'study. Studyidg’~= the ‘gospel of St.
Luke. ‘ ‘
The state convention of Baptist
church is in session in. Walla Walla
this week. Several of our people are
éttending. ' V .
FIRST ENGLISH LUTHERAN
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P. J. Luvaas, Minister
SundaY's'whool at 10:15 3.111., Mrs.
W. F. Hanson, superintendent.
Morning service at 11:15 am., the
sermonto pic, “The Engraf-ted Word
Bnd,,its Rawerff. .
'- The ladi’af aid ‘will meet Thursday,
May 15 at 2:30 pm. at the home of
.Mrs. Odes Sloan with Mrs. Fred
Mines as co—hostess. A paper “Our
Rural Churches" Wlll .be read by
'Krs. L Smith; .5, .f _
The Purpose of Unity
Unity School of Christianity is an
independent educational institu
tion, teaching the use of the Jesus
Christ; gopumerip-evew day life.
"Its purpose .is' not/to found 3
new church or sect, but to help men
and women of every church and also
those who have no church affilia
tions to use the eternal Truthpf
Unity centers and study classes
are places of religious research for
all regardless of creed; and places
where helpful instruction in Christ
lan living my be received.
The Kennewick class, which meets
at 2:30 each Monday afternoon at
the Masonic hall, is studying
“ Christian Healing" under the di
rection of C. Scott of Yakima. To
these meetings all who are seek
ing the truth are invited, regard
less of any other Church affilia
tions. You" will be welcome. _
CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE
"Wi'ivfito—fr: $5677 W
Sunday Bible school at 10 am.
with Wm. Mills, superintendent. At
this hour there will be some special
numbers given for the mothers, also
all mothers will receive a token of
appreciation.
Morning worship at 11 am. with
the theme, “My Mother.”
N. Y. P. S. Juniors and prayer
hour at 7 pm.
Evening Evangelistic service at 8‘
pm. Theme. “Heaven—lt’s Inhab
itants.”
Mid-week prayer services at Ken
newick.
Wednesday at 8 p.m.. Hover at
8 pm. Thursday in the Hover
church.
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KNOW?
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Many anglers have enjoyed fish
ing in Jug Lake in Lewis County,
but few realize Ihow the water got its
name. '
According to Adam Schraffen
berger of the Duwamish Valley News
the lake derived its name from per
sons “jug fishing’ in its wa‘ters. The
method called for an airtight bottle
to be dropped over the boat side at
tached to fish lines. When the bot
tle Would bob up and dovm, the
Isaac Walton advocate would row
around and unhook his fish.
There are some women in Kenne
wick who wouldn’t get any local
news' if they didn’t go to the beauty
parlor.
Ends Saturday, May 10
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Tues. -' Wed., May 13-14
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Starts Thursday
MAY 15
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some homes whén daughter thought
fully keeps‘lively programs going on
the radio. wmue Ma is doing the
dishes. -
And the next day, and after
that, Ma. doesn't even get that
diversion.
If you don’t think coopera
tion is necessary, watch what
happens to a wagon when one
wheel comes off.
PATRIOT: A man who can sing
“My Country ’Tis of Thee" while he
contemplates the new taxes being
enacted by congress.
An undertaker handling his first
funeral introduced a cheering note
when he said to the mourners:
“Now, we will pass around the bier.”
But anyway, a tombstone always
has a good word for a man when
he’s down.
Business Hint
If you must borrow, hunt up a.
pessimist. _He never expects any
thing back, anyway.
She: '.‘“l‘he man I marry must
be as brave as a. lion but not for
,ward; as handsome as Apollo, but
not conceited; wise as Solomon. but
meek as a lamb; a man who is kind
to every woman, but loves only one.”
Horace Wray: “Fine. How for
tunate we met."
Automobiles, says Fred Mills.
World War Veteran, may be as deod
ly as war, but at least they don’t
make you solute all day and scratch
all night.
You can't blame the Legionnaim
for getting mad when they march
ed past the reviewing stand and the
band played Write March of the
Wooden Soldiers."
They tell about one draftee at
Fodlnwiswhowassogl’ecnthu
when the captain ordered “Inspec
tion Arms!” he dropped his gun and
rolleduphksleemtoshowhisvnc
cination mark.
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‘. WIFE: A woman who never no
tices when g button is off _her hus
band's coat. but who can spot a
blonde hair clear. across the room.
; “Stop crying!" said the chemist
to his wife. who broke up an argu
ment by baffling. “Your tears have
no effect on me. What are they?
Just a small percentage of phos
phorus salts. a little sodium chlor
ide, and all the mt water. Bah!"
Percy Whiffletree carries a mo
tion picture camera on the hood
of his car. He drives so fast he
can‘t see the scenery until later.
Percy is afread he will lose con
trol of his car. He is already three
payments behind on it.
Definition
GREAT OPEN SPACES: The area
amund fire hydrants.
Motorist: “Why don't you look
where you are going? You pedes
trians walk around just as if you
owned the streets."
Pedestrian: “Ya, and some of
you motorists drive around just as
if you owned your autos."
Speokingofsometunmes mov
moltentoovoldpylngnnhxlt
Giffonl told us of the fellow who
changed residence so often that
whenever the chickens saw him
coming they would'lle down and
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Basketball games drew an esti.
mated 5.000.!!!) persons in 1939.
Repairing Flower Vase
There's no need to discard flower
vases that have developed leaks and
cracks. They can easily be repaired
at home. Fill the cracks with white
lead. worked In with a putty knife.
When the vase is colored. add a
little dry color to match the vase to
the white lead. working it well into
the mixture before applying. Then
line the inSide bottom and sides with
paraffin. This you can do by melt
ing the paraffin and allowing it to
run down the sides. moving the
use around so that it become: well
coated.
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