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3' '- ‘§‘=Ev\§s§“~q' \ At 6 o'clock each evening one of the church bells in our city rings as a call to prayer for world peace and asking God’s blessing and protection for those in the service of our country. l The Baptist church is ringing the Bethlehem Lutheran church bell this week and next week the Christian church will ring the Methodist church bell. nmnumm CHURCH (Nuance!) 31.0.!an smm NMWSL—Phomﬂl Divine services New Year’s Eve at 8. Special Holy Communion services New Year’s Day at 10:30 am. with‘ contessiOnal services starting at 10 am. A special of fering for missions will'be lifted in these services. Regular divine services Sunday morning at 10:30 with Sunday school and Bible class at 9:30. Tune in on “The Lutheran Hour” every Sunday at 1 to 1:30 p.m., over KIT, Yakima. ‘ . Fellowship meeting Sunday night with Francis Zarndt. Ex change of gifts, Christmas party. You are cordially invited to our services. 1 “ 1942 mom: nous: 26 feet in. length with heated double floor. Barnes airconditioning heater with fan, spun glass insulation, inlaid linoleum, oven ranges, and a swing back rocking chair optional. Here is the ultimate in trailer luimry. Blond gum wood or mahogany finishes. L kitchen with extra storage space. Private bedroom with vanity and bench. Full length mirrors and real» innerspring beds and davenos. You must see the new Mobile Home if you are interested in a fine trailer coach. . Also open for your inspection are these coaches New 1943-Elem, 24 11. $1695 ' ' 1942 Glider. blond ﬁnish. $895 42 Wallace, 17 11. nearly new $695 , 1941 Romania. 211 11. used $595 ' . All are Open for Inspection at the 503311 TRAILER MART 328 Columbia Avenue Kennewick, Wash. _ ' _ . T. J. Bickel, Manager ‘ ' OPEN EVENINGS AND SUNDAYS . “ ON E-HALF MILE NORTHWEST PROSSER Sale Starts 10:30 Sharp A IST AND 3RD MONDAY} OF EACH MONTH All Cattle Must Be In By 1:30 p.m. If you have anything to shell bring it in or list it Wit ED OLNEY, AUCTIONEER & MANAGER BILL, THE BARBER, , T 0 MOV E ' . , . ‘ * 1* After nearly 25 years in the same old stand at The Pastime, I am moving into the city barber shop of Joe Watkins, next to the bank. * * I wish to thank all my customers for their loyal patronage, and hope to continue to serve them in the new location. I ir ir With an expression of S ' ' The eason s Greetings ‘ -to all. , BILL, THE BARBER STRUVE ST. JOSEPH‘S CATHOLIC cmmcg Rev. W. J. Sweeney. Pastor Mass Schedule Kennewick: lst, 2nd, 3rd, sth Sun— * day, 8 am. Richland, every Sunday, 9:30 am. Hanford: lst, 2nd, 3rd, sth Sun day, 11:30 a.m.; 4th Sun., 7 am. Daily mass 7:30 a.m., Kennewick. Catechism for -the children, Sat- urday at 10 am. Confessions Sat, 7to 8:30 p.m. t 1 ‘ ASSEMBLY OF GOD Kennewick Ave. 8: Alder St. G. Dancer. D. Sing. Co-ruton 10 am. Sunday school. 11 ‘am. Morning worship. 7:30 p.m. Evangelistic service. There will be no Wednesday Bi ble study this week. However we wish to invite you to our watch night service, Dec. 31, at 8 p.m. Guns speakers will be present. rmsr METHODIST cannon Kennewick Avenue at Dayton , John B. Coan, minister ' - Sunday Services Church school at 9:45. - Morning service at 11. Choir and sermoii. Subject New Year mes sage: “The Food of the Years." Evening inspirational service in the Wesley chapel at 7:30. Theme: “Starting Right, Ending Right.” _ Senior Youth Fellowship meets with the church school. ‘ Week Day Activities Monday 7 p.m., Scout Troop 24. Monday 7:30 the church school council. Study. ‘ ' Wednesday Circle 4'o! the WSCS meets. - Thursday Circle 2 of the WSCS meets. ' _ ' Thursday 7:30 choir rehearsal. . Kennewick Baptist Church Rollin B. Holden, pastor Phone 2072 Communion Sunday 10:30 Morning Worship with Communion. . 11:30 Bible study until 12:15._ 7:30 evening Gospel service. 7:45 Monday service at Wallula. 8 Thursday evening mid-week service in church study. _ Begin the new year right in the House of God. Help our boys and girls in the service with your prayers and interest. . . A rum New You NAZARENE CHURCH - Sunday school 10 am. William Mills, superintendent, . There are classes for all ages. If you are not attending elsewhere we are sure you _will enjoy this home of the study of God’s word. ! Morning Worship 11. Sermon by the pastor. Theme: “A Life Lived Inside the Will of God.” ‘ NYPS service 6:45 p.m. " These young people’s serVices are inspiring and encouraging. Evangelistic service“ 7:45 p.m. Sermon .by the pastor. Theme: .“80 Great A Salvation." _ Mid-Week prayer service Thurs day‘at 7:45 pm. ' .. . You are invited to attend all our services. . '" _ , ' CHURCH OF GOD . 8. A. Cooler. Pastor Sunday school 16. ' - Morning Worship 11. . Night service 7:45. Wednesday night 7:45. Friday nigt, Young People 7:45. Miss Edna Rhodes, general Sun day school secretary of the Church Simmewvearm! ' - MEN andx'WOMEN He'lpj. Prepare Vital ‘ Food For ‘Our Armed Force‘s! . I Now woman: on ' mum ‘ I Work Any sum or pm Shin: * ' - 8:1” AM. 105:” PM. ‘ . ‘ mon p.m. to 10:00 p.m. . , ‘ . . ‘ 10:30am. tome MIL. Company Inc. KenneWick. Wash; ~ . Phone 151 THE KENNEWICK (WASHINGTON) COURIER-REPORTER of God for the U.S., will have charge of the meeting Friday night, Dec. 31. Everybody welcome. _ ; Deﬁnition OLD TIMER: One who can re member when all we had to worry about was getting a low auto mobile license number. , The young hrlde placed the Christmas mrkey carefully on the "table for dinner. "This. my dear." she exclaimed. "is my ﬁrst roast turkey.“ Her husband looked wish admiration. :‘Maryelous. darnlliv" he said. "and how wonderfully you've stiﬂed it!" ”Stuffed it?" she asked. ”Why. dearestdhis one wasn't hollow." k 3 *6 'D 9% This is how the salesgirl lost her job at the dress shop: At the end of a busy day a large fussy woman came in. After the girl had tried about 20 dresses on her—and had two or three of them ripped open —-the Customer sﬁd she believed she would look better in some thing ﬂowing. So the girl sug gested she go and jump in the river. ' ’ Skis. comm“ “Do you drink?”_as_ked the doc tor after_ a thorough cheek-up. “No, doctor,” replied the patient. “Do you run agound nights?" “No, doctor.” ’ “Do you swear excitedly?" “No, doctor.” .' “Do you feel pain on each side of your head.” “Yes, doctor, '1 do." “Well,” said the medical author ity, “your only trouble is that your halo is too tight.” _ ‘ BIG 9K 0 Fable Some day radio will intro duce' a comedian who, to get a laugh, doesn’t once mention Bing Crosby’s horses, Tommy Mannville’s wives, Eleanor’s 1 travels or Eddie Cantor’s daugh § ters. “This is the fourth morning you have been late, Susan,” said the mistress to her maid. “Yes, ma’m," replied Susan, “I overslept myself.” “Where is the clock I gave you?” “In my room, ma’m.” “Don't you wind it up?" “Oh yes! I wind it up ma’m." “And you set the alarm?” “Every night.” “But. don't you hear the alarm in the morning, Susan?” ' “No, ma’m. That’s the trouble. You see, the thing goes off while I'm asleep.” A dear old lady visited the Bet ter Business Bureau to complain about lack of promised dividends on a security she had purchased. Upon investigation, it turned out that the whole scheme she had invested in was a fraud. “Why didn’t you consult us first?" the 888 official asked. “We might have saved your money for you.” “I know,” said the old lady, “but it. sounded so good—l was afraid you wouldn't let me buy it." Pommmow. mucus-them minim ﬁahowistéhoeommhdomd alimhunﬂnthoﬂuimﬂ'n b'osminuxswuk."hoald. "and ”munch I'm to b. mu riod." ' ' ”Congratulation” aid tho friend. - M‘s-“Petey."niuﬂ ovary day a follow can con “magnum" EVEB Y 0 N E Boll: Stores Will Be Closed All Raw Christmas Day and All Dav New Years * 1k ir ‘ VIBBERS’ REXALL DRUG STORE will be open Sunday, Dec. 26 from 10:00 to 1:00 * 'k * VISGER’S DRUG STORE will be open Sun. day, January 2 from 10:00 to 1:00 * * * GET YOUR DRUG STORE NEEDS I BEFORE THE HOLIDAYS! Signed VISGEB DRUG "IBIS' REXALL DRUG HHPPI » Ell) mm ‘4. y t 00 .__—.4 44.352 x t :.XCE §~ t ‘ u-r'm vs .0 I -~ Aggvgx‘ﬁgsé‘g 3__-21: a“ ) < Eigéluaﬁggl b / _____.,‘._ J \ ‘ The hum of those Liberators high in. . the sky is o portent of progress—a glimpse of the reality that, speed the day! lies beyond the turn of the road. Freedom is on the march! That you may participate in all of the good things that 1944 may bring it ’ our sincere New Year’s wish for you. s»: . Iﬁr HAROLD ii. FYI-T Ali-[CY THEY WOULD READ YOUR AD TOO, IF IT APPEARED HERE n\l 4 I g Eng: A . .\__\~':ﬁ:»€£;‘ ‘ﬁ‘:~—/ $5 “ _I VH9"! z ' #5" llﬂll I ' ﬁﬂfﬂlﬂﬁ [I 311’ J! / \ t .. \ i” ‘2 4 ' “~ L ﬂap; 21. /, i” lbw ear \ g . ‘AL P. x 44:! “ , “ 194+ " HAPPY NEW YEAR For many yam in succession we have beenwishingom'fﬁeﬂds and customers a Happy New . Yam. 1: is With the greatest of ' pleasure that we now renew this custom. Many thanks. and every good wish for you. SW, ﬁ ——'""” l mum s nsxnu. nnllﬁ ThurSda-V' December an!