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Women to Hear
Chaplain Proppe
Sponsored by the regional
Council of Church Women, an}
inter-church group of women of
several denominations of the val
ley, an annual observance of the
World Day of Prayer will be held
on Friday of this week at 2:00
in the Kennewick Methodist
Church. Mrs. Charles Hatton of
Pasco is the president of the
group and Mrs. Hugh Copeland
of Pasco will be in charge of the
program.
The program is announced to
last an hour and a half and will
include several musical features
and other interesting features. A
chief feature will be an address
by Chaplain Proppe of the Naval
Air Station, guest speaker of the
occasion. Those who have heard
the Chaplain pronounce him to
be an unusually entertaining and
gifted speaker.
The service will be held in the
main auditorium 01 the church
it was stated, and a large attend
ance is expected. The women of
'I'O 'I'I'IE FARMER
‘ He is one of our most
important war workers—
. the American farmer. His
efforts and results, in
face of heavy odds, de
serve the thanks of all.
We're proud of our many 4
farmer friends along the
Washington Motor Coach {
System routes. We're
pleased to serve them
and glad to think we may
be helping them as the} .
help America. ‘
Keep on buying ‘ 3
War Bonds! .1
KENNEWICK ;
Kennewmk Hotel ‘
Phone 71 ‘
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Hostetter Motor Co.
,_ Authorized FORD Agents . _'
' * SALES--SERVICE
Phone 105 Pasco ' 518 Lewis
WRECKER SERVICE f
I'l‘ OOS'I'S NOTHING
To Phone One of Our Representatives
and find out how much you can save on your
automobile or truck insurance with a continu
ing form policy. _ '
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Our POIIOIOS Give - '
Non-Assessable
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WHY NOT CALL US TODAY? ‘
Working out of Local Office: Working out of Haniord:
Marietta Dague, Eve. Tel. 3266 Fred Gillhuly, Ph. 5019
Leslie Lewis, 227 3rd Ave. E S. A. Burnidge, lot 23, sec. Q,
P. E. Spitzer, Ph. 3117 H 313? fignes, trailer carnp
no. 1, no. 34, corner Sum-
Allen W. Smith, Benton City merville Br. Bataan
FARMERS AUTOMOBILE
Inler - INSURANCE Exchange
and Truck Insurance Exchange
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Willard A. Campbell
' District Manager
PHONE 1811
any and all churches and the
community at large are invited
and urged to attend.
Benefit Club Entertains
Husbands Sunday ‘
Hover—The Benefit club had pot
luck dinner for their husbands
Sunday. '
, The Benefit ,club met at the
home of Mrs. A. Gilmore Wed
nesday. The next meeting will
be with Mrs. Joe Ely.
Mrs. Hannaford of Hartline, is
visiting her daughter, Mrs. Clara
Hampton.
Miss Verlia Franklin, who has
been visiting her sister, Mrs. Carl
Evans, has gone to Post Falls to
visit her parents.
Mrs. Edith Tigerstrand returned
to her home in Portland after tak
ing care of her mother, Mrs. R.
Mclntyre. -
A pot-luck dinner was held in
honor of Mrs. B. B. Stewart at
her holhe Wednesday.
Mrs. Eudora Johnson and Mrs.
L. Stewart were dinner guests of
Mrs. Lula Hampton Sunday.
Members of Ladies Aid'
Celebrate Birthdays
I ' Highlands—The Bethlehem La
-1 dies Aid was entertained Tuesday
afternoon at the home of Mrs.
Paul Pasche. Those having a
birthday the first three months
of the year were honored.
Leonard Taylor, CM l/c, arriVed
Friday to spend a few days with}
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. Tay-;
lor. Leonard was stranded in‘
Montana two weeks ago with scar
let fever.
Miss Nenna Thomas and her
father, John Stoker, of Hanford,
were Sunday callers at the home
of W. S. Green.
Mrs. George Melzer of Brem
erton, is spending the week with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. N.
Giles and her brother, Cpl. Berg
man Giles, who has been at home
for a week. He left Monday for
El Paso, Texas. , . >
Terrance Taylor SC 3/c, spent
the week-end with his wife and
little daughter, returning to Whid
by Island Sunday. ‘
ATTENTION
MOTORISTS .
We have complete service
and experienced mechan
ics to take care of your
car or {pickup
Call or Write o: Appoinhnont
Garland - Boyle
Oldsmobile Company
Phone 896 Walla Walla. Wash
Pioneer Resident Is
Married in Chicago
Highlands—A great surprise ‘lO
old Highland settlers was the mar.
riage of Mrs. Ida Bunts of East
Kennewick to Carl A: Rutledge,
employed by duPont. The mar
riage was in Chicago Feb. 5. Mrs.
Bunts was one of the early set
tlers of the Highlands and has
many friends who wish her much
_ uo n E I. oA n s
Firs! Federal Savings and
“ Loan Association '
' or Walla Wane
Applicetions for loans on homes in Kenne
wmk and vicinity may be made at the office of \
Harold G. Pyie Agency ;
215 V; Kennewick Ave. Kennewick, Wash. {
. Phone 1231 v
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THE KENNEWICK (WASHINGTON) COURIER-REPORTER
happiness. Mr. and- Mrs. Rut
ledge are at home on their ranch
in East Kennewick.
Myers, were visitors Sunday at
the Harry Higley home. Mrs.
Myers is a niece of Mrs. Han
son. They are from Nebraska.
John Ferguson was a business
visitbr in Yakima Tuesday.
A. L. Rutherford of Portland is
visiting at the home of his sister,
Mrs. Earl Storey, and his daugh
ter Miss Betty.
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No nation has ever approached the astounding record of our
, production. Yet there is an appalling loss of manpower 00M by
“A liquor.
.9 Though the population of the state has increased about Ml»
per cent, the sole of liquor increased fifiy-six per cent in 194142 ‘
' Arresis {ordnrnbnness in nine principal cities increased one hm
per out. This wagering loss of manpower is deli-Eu, ‘_
. retarding our all-out war effort.
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