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Want Ads
MES—'2‘: per word—min irnum 50c. Subsequent insertions four‘ times for the price of three.
W my.
wmflMiddleaged man to
-- help in orchard. Good wages,
m rent, nice garden spot. Man
with fruit tree experience pre-
I wt Address Phone 1477, 504
KenneWiCk avenue. 47tf
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WANT“) ... Hospital bed With
springs and mattress. Phone 1418.
46tf
amp—Bicycle m good condi—
Wtion, girl’s prefered. Write or
see Elmer gouge, Bremmer’s trall
er camp, Kennewick. 47p
f“.
WANT“, - Your pnoto colormg
work. careful, neat, guaranteed
work. dime to your order. Mrs.
Champagne, c-o this office. 44th
/—o——I—
WA m— Hemstitchmg. Phone
52341, 911 Washington st. 4%:
/__—.'—'—’
WANTED at once—good rehable
. girl or woman at Commercial
Hotel. . , 14tf
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WANTED—Lady’s bicycle. Phone
2681, evenings 47p
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WANTED:—‘ Capable cashier at
Safeway store. ‘Apply to man
ager. 26tf
WANTED,—- Washington machine
in good condition. Write to Vir
gil Weitzel, Hanford, Wash., price,
year, and time to see. 97¢
—-——.-——'_'—-‘—-——‘-_-
WANTED—Stenographer, teller,
.or ‘ “bookkeeper. Kennewick
Branch, Natl. Bank of Commerce.
. '~ ° 42t1
#—
WWED—AII kinds of carpenter
and masonry work; alterations
a specialty. Let us give you a
free estimate. John Nye, Free
man’s Tourist Camp. 47-8 p
#—
WANTED—SmaII electric phono
graph in good condition. Phone
3281 - 46tt
WANTED—Someone to help with
housework. Could go home
nights. Mrs. L. H. Raymond, Tel.
2356.... 46a
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WANTED—Someone to learn gen
eral work in postofiice. Steady
‘at. inquire at postofiice. 46tf
|For Re};
HOME for man and wife. For
team-call 2036 after 4 p.m. 47p
PROFESSIONAL
HMS
Dr. 11. C. Curry .
OPTOMETRIST
1w 1» i
’ 4 e
EYes Examined
! Glasses Fitted
‘ Established Many Years in
Kennewick {
Office .1 Residence. 40: 1:: Av.
PHONE 1361 ‘
FOR APPOINTMENT -
-DR. J. G. KNAB'I
Optometrist
PROFESSIONAL m CARE’;
Title Trust Bldg. Phone 81
Paco, Wn. for APPOin‘ments
Action Regulating Repairing
ALLEN W. SMITH
PIANO TUNING '
Benton City
Amman! by M.“ 4
‘_.—_—
DR. C. BRUNN
DRUGLESS PHYSICIAN
Office at Pesidence
593 Ave. A Phone 1521
. Moulton & Powell
LAW OFFICE
Office in Havstad Building
\—
Mueller Funeral
Directors '
Licensed Monicians
Lady Attendant
Chapel Accommodations
Phones 2201 - 2202
\—
D. W. ZENT
Attorney at Law
115 S 4th St. Phone 375
Pasco, Wash. .
FOR RENT— Sleeping room for
man and wife or two women.
Call 2036, corner of Riverside and.
Hartford. ‘ 47tf
'1 For Sale
FOR SALE—Large oil circulating
heater. 1011 Park st., Pasco. *
FOR SALE—ZO-acre ranch on I?an
ley road, two miles out of Ken
nwick. R. L. Shepard. 46-49 p
FOR SALE—Fresh Jersey cow.
Sam Bowers, 1 mi. west, lA,, mi.
north of Kennewick. 47p
FOR SALE—Potatoes $1.50 per
sack, bring your own. L. A. Cox,
West Highlands, Phone 2767. 46tf
FOR SALE —Home made trailer
. house 7x14 ft., reasonable. Call
evenings. Tom Bass, CommerCial
Hotel. .
TIP’S EXCHANGE Bought an—
other hotel. Beds, old style
springs and mattresses, bedding
and pillows; kitchen cabinets, bu
reaus, stands, rocking chairs, heat
ing and cook stoves, dishes and
some kitchen hardware. Come
while the assortment is good. Sev
en miles up the Richland highway.
H. J. Tipton. 48p
FOR SWheap, 1937 DeLuxe
model Chevrolet seaan. Good
rubber, good condition. Phone
2357, Aguilar, Ave. G. 47c
CARPENTRY—Yes I’ll do that
hand-to-get done job. Be it
building, built-ins, or partitions.
Evenings for estimates. Seé Leon
L. Ultican, Trailer 25, Campbell”s
Court, Kennewick. 46-47;)
FOR SALE—Harley Davidson mo
torcycle. Good condition. Fred
Thompson, Phone 386. 47-50 p
FOR SALE—Choice table carrots
25 lbs. 75c; 50 lbs. $1.25; 100 lbs.
$2.25; stock and chicken carrots;
100 lbs. $1.25 delivered in Kenne—
wick or Pasco. B. Kempe, Kenne
wick, phone 2217. , 431:!
FOR SALE House, modern, 5
rooms, 3 lots, garage, Prosser,
$2600 cash. Inquire Philippe Mar
tin, Prosser Heights, next to B. E.
McGregor. ‘
FOR SALE—Living room set, two
_ mission chairs and settee; one
bed and mattress, one Howard
heater, tables, two dressers, pic
tures, books, dishes, breakfast set
including table and four chairs.
All money savers. F. J. Arnold, 915
Kennewick Avenue. 461:1
FOR SALE Household goods.
.Pre-war Davenport and chair,
dinette set, Lang range, etc. Call
between 5 and 8 eves., 281 C Ave.
East, Knnewick. 47p
FOR SALE-—Five sectioné of discs‘
for sls, can be seen at Arledge’s
blacksmith shop. Suitable to build
two 5-ft. off-set disc for wheel
tractors. Leave money with Mr.
Arledge. Horace Wray. 46-47 p
FOR SALE—OId model Fordson
tractor. Will accept bids Sunday
and -Monday. Will demonstrate
tractor Monday- noon; Whitney,
Highlands, 1 mi. west, 1,9 mile
south of Kennewick. 47p
FOR SAlfié—Oil furnaces. R.H.M.
Co., Pasco, Wash. 421:!
' I
[ Lodge Notices
AMERICAN LEGION
Robert w. Ely Post 10. a
noon in and an! M
W and members welcome
_____.__.._—_——:
Kennewick Lodge ‘
No. 153 F. .& A. M. ‘
First and 311! MW .
Masonic Hall» ‘
M. H. Libby, w. M. 1
_ P. 0. Stone, Sec.
Order Eastern Star
lst and 3rd Tuesdays
Masonic Hall
Cora Reed, WM-
T. Winkenwerder, Sec.
_______________
Kennewick 1.0.0. F.
NO. 222
Meets Every Monday 8:00 PM.
ODD FELLOW HALL
Visitors Welcome
Althea Rebekah No. 182
Meets Second and Fouth
Mondays at 8:00 p.m.
1.0.03. HALL
Visitors Welcome
________________
3°!“ Neighbors of Anode:
Meet in and 3rd Thursday!
Masonic Han 8 van. ‘
All Royal Neighbors Welcome
to meet with us
I HAVE a portable welding ma
chine and will do welding either
at home or out. Call 1061, 18 So.
Fruitland street. ' 47-SOD
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FOR SALE—lst grade Hereford
bull, beef price, Giard Bros.
River Road. 46tf
FOR SALE—Jersey-Guernsey cow
fresh 15th of April, with her sec
ond calf. Mrs. Wm. Hanson, Rt. 2,
South Highlands. 47D
FOR SALE B-ft. refrigerated
meat case. Complete with unit.
Beste’s Grocery, Kennewick. . 46tf
FOR SALE—II acre farm, 1 mile
east of Prosser, bordering on
highway and Yakima river. Five
room house and outbuildings. In
quire phone 1281 between 10 am.
and 4 p.m. 47tf
TRAILERS for Sale and Rent.
Cabins for rent. Trailer space.
Erikson’s. Trailer Camp. 36tf
_FOR SALE—4I93I Chev. Coupe; 5
good tires, spare wheel, heater.
$275. See at 122 4th ave. east, after
5 p.m. or Sunday; also coal-wood
heater.‘ . 47p
FOR SALE—Carrot trimi‘nings,‘s3
'per ton at the plant; bring own
containers. - Kennewick Canning
Co. ’ ' '4stf
FOR SALE -‘—Man’s bicycle and
door; 708 Ave. E, City. 47p
FOR SALE—or tradeé—Team and
harness; bean sprayer with Novo
engine. Russell Elliott, Phone 656.
. 46-47 p
S & J MOTOR CO.
,' FORD' .
Used Cars ,
. 1942 Chevrolet Foror Sedan
Heater. Good tires.
1941 Chevrolet Fordor Sedan
2 Heaters. Good tires.
1941 Oldsmobile Hydromatic
.5 Heater, radio, 6-ply heavy
duty tires.
1941 Ford Tudor _
. Heater, radio. Good tires.
1940 Dodge Tudor Sedan
Heater, radio. Good tires.
1939 Oldsmobile Tudor Sedan '
1939 Studebaker Fordor Sedan
.1937 Chrysler Fordor Sedan
1937 Dodge Tudor Sedan
1937 Ford Fordor Sedan
1937 Lincoln Zephyr For'dor Sed.
Many other models to choose from
Lot on Benton Street
Open evenings and Sundays ,
We trade Terms
Telephone 1321 .
FOR SALE—Farmall Fl 2, includ
ing power lift plow, mowing ma
chine' and 23:5 H. cultivator. J. R.
Alexander, Paterson, Wash. 46tf
FOR SALE—Mare, 10 years old;
good set breeching harness; 2-
horse disc; 2-section spike-tooth
barrow; l-horse cultivator; wire
chicken coop. Some woven wire
and a few posts. Six-hole‘range;
2 tons alfalfa hay. Elmer Hansen,
Richland, _west of Curtis‘ gravel
pit. . 47p
FOR SALE: Three good work
horses. 1 two-way plow, first
class condition. Joe Kuh, 2% miles
,north of Finley grade school, Rt.
1, 46-49 p
FOR SALE—Hay, 3 miles north
of Richland. F. B. Forrest, Rich
land. ‘
BABY CHICKS—Order now for
spring delivery. New Harnpshire
Reds, straight run; White Leg
horn, straight run and pullet blood
tested. Sunnyacres Hatchery, .Tel.
392, Kennewick. 44tt
to hatch; $1 a setting. W. M.
Frazier, Rt. 2, So. Highlands. 47tf
lets; 1 horse; new 16-in. plow.
Phone 13x4, E. H. Stinnett, Hover.
47p
FOR SALE—Lynx jacquette, size
14, like new, sllO. Inquire of
fice Hill’s Trailer camp at Y on
road to Richland. ?
FOR SALE—Large building to. be
used for storage. Inquire at 129
Ave. C East, next to White Kitch
en. 47-49 p
FOR SALE—CoaI and wood steer
range and wood heater. Phone
3046. 47p
FOR SALE—4S acres good potato
land. J. R. Gowing. 47p
FOR SALE:DeLavaI separator
No. 12. Fall: trailer camp, Rt. 2,
River Road. Phone 2641. ' 47tf
FOR SALE—Oregon Netted Gem
seed potatoes, also horses. H. L.
Copeland,‘ 4 miles northwest of
Richland. 47t1
THE KENNEWICK (WASHINGn'm) COURIER-REPOETEL
FOR SALE Universal electric
range $75. Mrs. Lampson’s small
house. Turn south on first cross
road after passing the Valley
Grange hall on Finley road. 47p
TEN TONS of Netted Gem eating
spuds, good,- clean, by sack or
ton, can deliver. Pete Lande, Ken
newick. 47-48 p
FOR SALE—22-ft. Glider trailer
house and accessories $llOO. In
quire of Russell Olson, Erikstm’s
trailer camp, Kennewick. 47p
FOR SALE—I93S V-8, new 36
motor, other parts new; 3 new
pre-war tires, good tires. Best
offer. E. D. Milligan, phone 3044.
Call after 7; 5% miles southeast
of'Kennewick on Finley road. Will
have it at 'Brick’s gas station Sun
day. , 47p
FOR SALE—Two-way plow, good
condition. Fives miles ~west of
Kennewick. J. C. Smith, Rt. 2,
Kennewick. 47-48 p
FOR SALE—Potato planter. In
quire of H. G. Fyfe. 47tf
Miscellaneous |
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S & J MOTOR CO.
Parts @ S_e.rvice
' Used Cars
TERMS - TRADE
Cash for your car .
Cash for your equity ‘
‘ We will finance' your deal
Used car lot on Benton Stréet
open evenings and Sundays
FOR YOUR- -Protection and 'con
venience, income tax returns
should be prepared by eXperts. We
are at your service.
BATES TAX SERVICE
416% Lewis St., Pasco.
Commercial Hotel, Kennewick
Sloan Bldg.‘, Suite 15, Yakima ‘
.46tf
STRAYED—SorreI saddle mare,
has halter, branded ——J on left
shoulder. Call 9x5. 46tf
CARPENTRY—Yes, I’ll do that
hard-to-get-done job. Be it
building, built-ins or partitions.
Evenings, for estimates see Leon
L. Ultican, Trailer 25, Campbell’s
Court, Kennewick. 4445 p
INCOME' TAX SERVICE- See
Kenneth Serier, First Floor,
Kennewick Hotel. ~ 46tf
PERMANENT WAVE—S9c. Do
. your own permanent with
jCharm-Kurl Kit.- Compiete equip
ment, including 40 curlers and
Yshampoo. Easy to do. absolutely
iharmless‘. Praised by thousands in
cluding Fay McKenzie, glamorous
lmovie star. Money refunded if
‘not satisfied.—-Visger Drug. 2:10p
AUCTION SALE—In Kennewick,
Saturday, Feb. 19, at 1 p.m., in
used car lot formerly used by E. C.
Smith Motor Co., Ash Auction Co.
- 46-479
WE BUY RlDES—Farmers Ex
change, Kennewick. . sou
Noficoo; Real and Personal
‘ Assessments
Notice is hereby given that the
tax rolls, Real and Personal .tor
the year 1944, levied in 1943, have
been delivered into my hands for
the collection of taxes thereon.
on and after the 15th day of Feb
ruary.
Dated at Prosser, Washington,
this 3lst day of January, 1044.
C. W. NESSLY,
Benton County Treasurer
- ' 2:3-17
‘flofico of Irrigation Assessments;
Notice is hereby given that the
assessment rolls of Columbia,
Grandview, Kennewick, Kiona,
Prosser, Sunnyside, Roza, Sunny:
side Valley, Irrigation Districts of
Benton County, Washington, for
the year 1944, levied in 1943, have
been delivered to the undersigned
Treasurer of said districts. That
all assessments to be received by
said districts are due and payable
at the office of the undersigned
County Treasurer at Prosser, Ben
ton Co‘unty, Washington, on and
after the 15th day of February:
(Except the TOll and Charge por
tion of such assessments which he-
come payable at the office of the
district secretary. Payment sched
ule of such Toll and Charge may
be ascertained at the office of the
secretary of the district in which
the land is located) One-half of
each and all of said assessments
shall become delinquent on June 1,
1944, unless said one-halt is paid
on or before May 31, 1944. The
remaining one-ha]! of each and
all of said assessments shall be
come delinquent on December lst,
1944, unless said one-hali‘is paid
on or before November 30, 1944.
Interest at the rate of 10% per
annum from the date of delinqency
is charged: on all delinquent as
sessments. ,
~Dated a" Prosser, Washington,
this Slat (é of January, 1944.
C. :. NESSLY,
. County Treasurer and Ex-
Officio Treasurer of the
above named Irrigation
District. 2:3-24
At 6 o'clock each evening one of
the churchpells in our city rings
as a call to prayer for a just world
peace and asking God’s blessing
and protection for the men and
women in the service of our coun
try who are fighting under the
banner “In God is Our Trust.”
The Baptist church is ringing
the Bethlehem Lutheran church
bell this week and next week the
Methodist church will ring its bell.
ST. JOSEPH'S CATHOLIC
CHURCH
Rev. W. J. Sweeney. Pastor .
Mass Schedule
Kennewick: lst, 2nd, 3rd, sth Sun
day, 8 a.m., 4th, 11 a.m.
Richland, every Sunday, 9:30 a.m.
Hanford: lst, 2nd, 3rd, sth Sun
day, 11:30 am.; 4th Sun., 7 a.m.
Daily mass 7:30 a.m., Kennewick.
Catechism for the children, Sat
urday at 10 am.
Confessions Sat., 7 to 8:30 p.m. tf
‘ BEN-[ELEM LUTHERAN
CHURCH
(Mo. Synod)
M. C. Knuth. pastor
E. Bach. assistant
32d and Benton St, - Phone 591
The Church of the Lutheran Hour
Divine services Sunday at 10:30
a.m. Sunday school and adult
Bible class at 9:30 a.m. Tune in
on “The Lutheran Hour” every
Sunday from 1 to 1:30 p.m. over
KIT, Yakima. You are cordially
invited to our services.
W.
Unity Metaphysical Center
The Unity Center of Yakima
announces classes at the Mona
Monroe Dress Shop every Tues
day night at 8 o’clock. The Rev.
Beulah Scott, pastor. The public
is invited to attend.
St. Paul's Episcopal .Church
Rev. Leo W. Dyson
. 619 Avenue A
Quinquagesima Sunday
9:15 a.m. Sunday school; .
10 am.- Holy Communion.
Thursday, 2 p.m. St. Paul’s
Guild. meets with Mrs. Paul Fer
guson.
Kingdom Hall of Jehovah's
Witnesses
10111 and Aide's. Block east of
Washington _street
Sunday, 8:00 p.m., Watchtower
study.
Wednesday '8 p.m. Study of the
New World book.
Friday _8 p.m. Business and serv
ice meetingn. ‘
All persons of good will wel
come. These. services are held
regularly for the benefit of any
Bible-truth seekers, and are edu
cational; also free.
FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
Kennewick Avenue at Dayton
John B. Coan, minister
Church school at 9:45. Classes
for all ages. Doing good work.
Morning worship at 11 o’clock.
Choir and timely message. Sub
ject “Man’s Most Effective Weap
on”. Senior Youth Fellowship
6:30 in Epworth Hall. Evening in
spirational service 7:30. Theme:
Notice of Hearing on Final Ac
count and Petition for Distribution
_ No. 2159 .‘
In tho Sup-riot Court of tho Stat.
of Washington in And for
Benton County
In the Matter of the Estate of Corn
.1. Keller. Deceased
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that Harry Keller, administrator
of the above entitled estate, has
filed his Final Account and Peti
tion for Distribution in the office
of the Clerk of the above en
titled Court, and that the Court
is. asked to settle said Final Ac
count, to. distribute‘ the property
61 said estate to the heirs or per
sons entitled to the same and to
discharge the administrator.
Said Final Account and Petition
for Distribution will be heard by
the Court at the Court House in
Prosser, Benton County, Washing
ton, on the 24th day of February,
1944, at the hour of 9:30 o’clock
a.m. HARRY KELLER,
Administrator.
By Moulton Powell.
His Attorneys.
' 1:27—2:17
IO'HCE OP CLOSING
REGISTRATION BOOKS
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the registration boom of all
voting precincts in Benton County,
Washington will be. closed against
original registration on the 17th
day of February. 1944, that being
the last day of registration and
will remain closed until after
the school district elections to be
held on the 4th day of March,
1944, afterwhich date the books
will again be open. .
H. E. CHAPMAN,
County Auditor and Registrar
of Voters for rural voting pre
cints, Benton County. 32.-slid
“Discovering How to Live Hap
pay."
Week-Day Activities
Monday Scout Troop 24, Hall.
Monday, trustee meeting in study
7:30. Wednesday 2, Circle 1 meets.
Thursday choir rehearsal 7:30.
MLtoniP , Yt
FIRST ENGLISH LUTHER}
Second and Auburn
P. J. Luvaas, minister
Res. 604 Kennewick Ave.
Morning Sunday schOol 10:15
am. Mrs. W. F. Hanson, superin
tendent. Morning. srvice with the
celebration of the Lord’s Supper
11:15 am. Theme of sermon
“Why Was Jesus Baptized?”.
Confirmation class Saturday at
9:45 a.m. Youth choir rehearsal
Saturday morning 11:15.
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Lowell Higley Starts
Air Cadet Training
Aviation Cadet Lowell A. Hig
ley, son of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd
J. Higley, 19 Third Avenue East,
arrived this week at the Aviation
Cadet Pre-Technical School at
Seymour Johnson Field, N. C.,
station of the Army Air Forces
Eastern Technical Training Gom
mand.
He will be stationed here _for
Officer Basic Training, after
which he will be sent to advanced
technical school for specialized
courses. He entered the service
on February 19, 1942. A/C Higley
attended the U. of Washington
and Oregon State College and he
was employed as a store clerk
prior to being sworn into the
army. He is married and his
wife, the former Barbara Keith,
resides in Ferndale, Wash.
December 26, 1943
Mr. Reed:
I guess it’s about time I was
writing and» thanking you for the
papers that I- have, and am still
receiving. I don’t think you will
ever fully realize the fine thing
you are doing,. and believe me
us~ fellows just can’t appreciate
it enough. From all indications
I doubt if we will ever recognize
our old home town when we get
back. From what we read in the
paper there’s lots of change: be
iing made there. I sure would like
‘to be there and see what’s going
on.
I'm writing this aboard sh'ip
somewhere 'at sea. This is my
(word deleted) boat ride now. I'm
beginning to wonder whether I'm
in the navy or army. '
I have had some interesting ex
periences but can’t tell you any
of them: I. might add of all the
boat rides to get sea sick, I had
to pick this one, and on Christ
mast at that.
We had a very. nice Christmas
dinner-4h“ is those who felt
like eating. .
: I'm.glad that Jim finally got
a break he certainly deserves all
WANTED
' . Need more, Elem lo help
'. process food for our
: ' fighting forces
ESSENTIAL
V INDUSTERY
. , linemen!-
KENNEWICK
CANNING CO.
he got. I’m longing for civiliza-
Ition myself. It has been six
month since I have seen any
women or liquor. (half page de
leted by censor.) I will write
again.
I’m sending my new address and
hope you print it. I lost track
of most of the fellows I was writ
ing to. Maybe they will see it in
the paper and drop me a line. How
about it some of you guys?
Well, guess I had better close.
I feel like it’s time to go and
feed the fish. Bby that rail is
getting to be a popular place with
met
Thanks again for the paper.
Hoping the new year brings the
good news we've all praying for.
Sincerely,
Cpl. Archie Dunlap 39172970
Btry D, 862 ml AAA (aw) Bn.
APO 937 c/o Postmaster
Seattle, Washington
'll. S. Army
Alaska, 12-19-43
Hello Ralph, ‘ -
Just a few lines to tell you, that
I have been receiving your paper
regular, and fully digesting the
same. It’s a great moral builder
to read about the folks at home.
and to read what they are doing,
despite rationing and the clouded
future.
Alaska is a beautiful country.
and in time I hope that it will
be one of our most prosperous
states. It should always be held
as our northern Rock of Gibraltar.
When developed Alaska will be
our greatest military outpost and
above all a place where the coming
generations, can and will have
peace and prosperity.
Enough for this time. Thanks
from the bottom of my heart for
your gift of the home town paper.
I’ll try and never let down until.
it's all over over there.
, ' Respectfully yours,
Lloyd Roberson 714 RY Opn. Bn.
Co. A APO 944 c/o Postmaster
Seattle, Washington.
January 14, 1944.
Somewhere in Britain
Dear Mr. Reed:
I thought I would drop a line
to you to inform you of my new
address, and give you my new
address, which was formerly Colo
rado Springs, Colo. I am in the
British Isles now.‘ I have been
here for just a short period so
far, but what I’ve seen here meets
my approval. There is decidedly
a ditference between the two
countries, though. Their houses
are of old English pattern and one
would get lost in one of their
villages it he doesn't have a road
map. Their speech is the same
as ours with a slight brogue. The
people are very easy to get ac
quainted with, and try to make
you at home as much as they can
whenever you are visiting them. I
am a corporal now, was advanced
ingradethetimtdayotthe year.
“I want to thank you for sending
the'paper and hope it continues
to come. 'I enjoy it very much.
One of your readers,
. Cpl. Robert T. Moore
APO 633 27th Photo Sg.
~ - c/o W, N.Y.. N.Y.
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