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Kennemck Club 18 Hodt of USO Council A number of guests from Kennewick and Pasco joined with members of the U.S.O. council for its regular monthly meeting at the Kennewick recreation hall at the housing project. A' delicious luncheon was served by a volun teer committee. Reports of committee chairmen and USO. staff workers were heard. Action was taken- to alter nate the regular meetings between Pasco and Kennewick. 34%th a “f”? r i-‘ .”" f: A \ / x 5 , ,\ ,1 x r *~’ *3” ' " '5 / men n « w / h" GRADE] \xa \ x 4 ' \ \ \ \ \ n) ( , \\\y\‘~,\_( TIRES g \\\\ x 2“ %=\\\\xzw “ti-13.22.3627 \ \ V’, K :35: \ \ ~§ \ an 1' Y x \ ~’ '- ég ' ' \\\ “a \‘- e ' ” ‘9l " i ‘ OELOX CHAMPIONS .ll*f . . . 1 ‘.' .- ‘ . ALSO ‘ . l . - mcns'r TRUCK + NORTHWEST v ; 1 WWWJN‘W « spnnnr'cnn'wnsl 4 x , / stubborn dirt. 6-08.- <' \ //.//‘/Auro omens:- / M‘ :3" .PAI‘I‘I Aurownm x/ ‘\s am 3 Want aunt. 39¢ \ . n mum-saw“ :3: ¢>/ 01.?"thth 4a / -.. SEAT COVER EAOOOAB ‘ 3' V | Keep Your Car looking Neil and 1"." ‘ ‘ Super Imperial . . 9.95 .... Our mat: m m ‘ fabric with simulated Wynne]- and cont-av Fitted Your Eyes Cuts Cleaning Bills . vow - W; a 33 :2? SW‘ 4:. , a_, \Q W 0 . v i @ , _, Remover . u / _ ' ' ' - ““; mutton! \HQ 2919 ' SUN emssm 311‘). - G E I 1'95 'Just rub lightly on ' Eliminate harmful 31““ unsightly spots and they'll shatterproof lenses. com- disappear in a. 1131! m pleuvmh “89- for instant use. , ‘ V M 3:, w g 23 AVE. C, KENNEWICK, WASH Operated By ‘ I Contractors Sales & Servlce Co. DISEASE menu To NAKEDNESS . .‘ The rapid increase of tubercu losis and infantile paralysis among the persecuted Dutch people has a direct relationship to their threadbare existence. A Dutch doctor reports that during the most severe winter in a century, many people slept on thin beds of straw. Every five men shared one blanket in the heatless bar racks at Weesp. Your donation to the United National Clothing Collection, April 1-30 will afford some relief to these unfortunates. Lillie Stories 0! the Week The members of the 4-H Nimble Thimble club met at the home (if their sponsor Mrs. W. Click, Thursday, *April 5, 1945. For their project they have been making aprons. They are all trying to have them ready for the next meeting. Refreshments were served by the hostess, Mrs. W- Click. . Mr. and Mrs. William E. John son, who are moving from Ash .land, Ore, to Alamosa, Calif, ,visited last week at 'the J. B. Boies home. The men are cousins. -' Mr. and Mrs. Steve Czebotar of Seattle visited the J. B. Boies home enroute .to Chicago, 111. Czebotar AMM He will attend school. Many friends and relatives vis. ited Mr. and Mrs. Steve Czebotar during their short stay at the J. B. Boies home. ,Mrs. Jesse W. Love spent Mon ‘day in Spokane attending her sister’s wedding. Mrs Thomas Terjeson. and baby daughter, Linda Louise, arrived home on Monday after noon after spending six weeks in Omaha with Sgt. Thomas Terje son of the U. S. Air Corps. They make their home with Mrs. Terje son’s parents, Rev. and Mrs. J. B. Coan on Dayton street. Several members of the Kenne wick and Richland Kiwanis clubs spent Wednesday in, Walla 'Walla attending the spring conference of the Pacific Northwest Kiwanis Governor Frank Taylor. They weré guests of the Walla Walla club at luncheon at noon. The Locust Grove Home circle will meet Tuesday, April 17th at the home of Mrs. Donald Tyrrell with Mrs. John Owens as co hostess for a one-o’clock . desert luncheon. The Finley 4-H Livestock and Gardening club met at the home of Robert Baff April 7, with 5 members present. Mr. Crick in structedusonhowtofilloutour book. The next meeting will be at Frank Volland on April 18, 1945 at 7:30 p. m ' Miss Tommy Simmelink, stu dent dent at U- S. C. spent part of the spring vacation in Vancou ver, coming to Kennewick Thurs day to visit at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. Simmel ink. Frances Lieser, Vancouvern accompanied her home. The-young ladies left Sunday for Pullman to resume their studies. The American Legion Auxiliary will meet Thursday April 19 at 8 o’clock at the Legion hall. Posters for the annual Poppy ,Day will be made. The Methodist church is ring- A Red Cross Services may be had in Benton County by contacting the following sources: Benton County Chap- ‘ ter House, phone Richland 251 n or 51 between 9 a. m. and 5‘ p. m. or 227 evenings and Sun-' days, Mrs. Norma Johnson. In Kennewick, Mrs. Geo. D g’leztfrs, 23 Cascade St., phone THE . TWIN-CITY PRODUCE CO. 18 _ .om run nusmzss . IN PASCO 3lB W. COLUMBIA Pays the highest cash prices for produce. We have a ready market for your aspara gus, and have on hand a complete stock - of shook and supplies of all kinds. PHONE PASCO 186 THE KENNEWICK COURIER -REPORTIB SO this‘is Berlin ing its bell this week and next week the Christian church will ring the Bethlehem Lutheran church bell. Mrs. Carl Phillips of Yakima visited this week at the A. 'l‘. Be lair home. ‘ A Watchtower study hour is being held every Sunday evening at 8 at 28 Alder avenue. The East Kennewick Woman’s club held its last meeting of the year April 10 at the home of Mrs. Lee with 12 ladies present. Since there will be no meetings during th summer, it. was decided at this time to hold the annual club pic nic atlthe city-park On July 4. Variety Show for . School Band Benefit The Kennewick P.T.A- is spon soring a variety shown to be given in the high school audi torium on April 26 and 27. All proceeds will be used to buy uni forms for the band. Our band is fast becoming a matter of civic ‘pride and should have uniforms to compare favorably with other ‘schools. Students of ,the Kennewick iPublic Schoobsf ranging from kindergarten thru high school, will present music, drama. and special features around. a lively . ' TM”. “‘Vm‘" I "k , 1V“ ' ' spurns". is the time for L ‘ housecleaning . It’s always time for SHAMPOOS and . : MASSAGE ‘ I. at 3 nus-mom BABIES . . Open Evenings Until 8:00 theme—canteen at a railroad sta tion. Set aside this date to help a worthy cause and enjoy an eve ning of fun seeing your kiddies exhibit their talent. New Plan Started ‘ For Validatmg Pomts Red and blue stain ps used by housewives to obtain meats-fats and canned fruits and vegetables. respectively, will both become good on the same datebthe ﬁrst day of each calendar monﬁ Dave WAIIED! H Poultry ﬂu m. Highest Prices Paid CHRIS WEST, RT. 2 Phone 2787, Kenn’k. Can 'you make a personal call at 2000 homes in, Kennewick and its _ sdrroundings For . 1 You'll sax: "OI: coarse act!" ---bu|: We know you can do il: ' ‘; ; . with a . Coarier-Reporter classified ad S. Cohn. District Director of the Office of Price Administration announced today. _ _ A Blue stamps and red stamps will be validated in blocks of five, making a total of 50 blue points for canned fruits and vegetables, and 50 red points for meats-fats, for each month. The new plan, Cohn pointed out, will make it easier for house— wives and the trade to remember when new ration stamps will be good. It will also help the house wife budget her use of points be cause she will always have the same number of points each month. The new method of validating red stamps for meats-fats will re sult in a reduction of about 6 per cent in the actual number of red points housewives receive, Cohn said, but this reduction will be reﬂected in the point values. No change is being made in the length of the rationing periods. They will continue to be the same two d-week periods and a 5-week period in each three month. WHAT CAN YOU SPARE THAT THEY CAN WEAR I ' . AI FM 0' . low 'l'hrn Sal. Fri-Sat. ”W «nus: m " W 5 a FRHHKHIST‘EIH #ﬂlf Cjﬂfp‘ __ 14.- ! A _._.-“ a a $2 ___—_— g Sun.-Mon.-Tne. ___-.'———_ ...; G “H‘V’J‘u “'.'-v --. Sum-Hon. manhunt may . mums Wei-Thur. “suns Jeanette MacDonald .. - . Nelson Eddy - m.de. “Naughty m Marietta” 0 Ne“ mo'SCt. " Noah Bel'. Jr. "52337 ‘ , mm» W ‘ '.‘ A N NenﬁanSlt. ﬁ _ E 5 ~ ‘/": \ and L:::; a % Juaymcmk :::;5:~ 2... v‘ ’ “KID SISTER” Thursday. Am-n .. ‘ , FOREIGN CLOTHING CM ' Current black market tions in Belgium for clothing“ One suit, $275; shoes, $35- in $22. and so on. Of Cour... unfoﬂunate people of tin. ' ‘5 ravaged coumry cannot ”101:“ buy clothing at, sUch out: " prices. Unm their native‘lgu' tries Hm pruduco ciVilian be: they need all yuur used and Iﬁlknthingl. (‘1 inppurl the Um ationa VOl .lnrz Collec April 1 to 30. “and,“ ﬂ‘ EXPERT ‘ BARBER SERVICE at, l Amos Barber Shop 15 Kennewick An. UNION SHOP Amos Bchock. Prop.