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The Kennewick courier-reporter. [volume] (Kennewick, Wash.) 1939-1949, April 26, 1945, Image 3

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Know All Men By These Presents
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WHEREAS, the United States
andourAlliesareengagedina
supreme effort to maintain the
high standards fundamental to
a free people, and
WHEREAS, the greatest poso
sible output in food and supplies
is necessary for final Victory, and
WHEREAS, the lives and prop
erty of our people and our war
production program are endan
gered by fire caused by the clut
tered conditions in homes, fac
tories, alleys and streets, and
' WHEREAS, the general health
and welfare of our citizens de
pend upon wholesome surround
ings arising from good clean liv
ing conditions, and
WHERAS, unity of effort in
Easiem Firms
Eye Northwesl
One eastern firm out of every
three either has definite plans
to expand in. the Pacific North
west or is making serious study
of the region's industrial possibil
ities, according to the aperience
of H. W. Derry, new industries
manager for Pacific Power 8:
Light company, just back from an
extensive trip through the in
dustrial east. 77 _ -_ _
'0: the lsoflrmshe eallefiupon
to tell the story of the Co is
basin, 15 are definitely going
ahead with Pacific Northwest de
velopment plans and 54 are mak
ing studies of the field. Derry
reported.
“The war production record of]
the Northwest has opened the
eyes of many easterners,” he said.‘
“and more and more firms are
beginning to wonder if it isn’t
time they began thinking about
coming out ‘here.”-. .
Already familiar with the re
gion’s wealth ot-low-cost electric
power, industrialists asked him
more questions about the size and
character of the Pacific Northwest
jecnkelgerry anyrtetl. one “b
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Possiblities for adapting old
products to the western market
and for developing new products
from the available. raw materials
were also uppermost in mind.
Prospective industries range.
from the manutacture of wooden
toys to thermo-plasties. and from
breakfast cereals to firm ma
chinery, according to Derry.
Western Horse Heaven 1
Mrs. Irvin Pouch, assisted by
Mrs. Winifred Christian and Mrs.
Ray Anderson, was hostess Wed
nesday to the loeal Economics
club. Dr. John'Snyder at Pull-i
man and Mrs. Gladys Bolon preo‘
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on a
May meeting will be at the home
of Mrs. Dennis Henson in Pros
ser, with Mrs. Harold Ready and
Mrs. Ester Perrault assisting.
SEATTLE: VISITOR ,
Edward Tyacke or seattle was
a visitor here last week at the
home of his brother Louis, and
wtamilyJMr 'l‘yacke was an’ovc-
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the conservation of our resources
is required for the future devel
opment of the nation.
THEREFORE. 1, Carol Pratt,
mayor of the City of Kennewick,
do hereby designate the week of
April 28-May 6 as Fire Prevention
Clean-Up Week and call upon all
departments of the city, its com
mercial‘ organizations, civic and
women’s clubs, schools, churches,
boys’ and girls’ clubs, and all
other associations, and our people
in general to take an active part
in this constructive program for
community improvement and na
tional co-operation to insure Vic
ry.
In testimony whereof I hereby
sign my name and Seal of Otfiee
this 24th da of April, 1945.
CXROL PRA'I'I‘, mayor.
might guest Tuesday of the Bob
Christensen famiiyinKennewick.
‘Mrs. Tyacke is visiting at present
in Vancouver, Wu. The Tyacke’s
have property interests here and
are former residents.
§ Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Woodg.
;were guests Monday of Mr. and
‘Mrs. D. 1... Henson n Prosser.
sam MEETING
. Mrs. Rodney Travis, Mrs. E.
1.1. Christen and Mrs. Guy Travis
’attended the meeting of the Pros
ser Woman’s club Thursday after
noon. This was the last meeting
of the current club year. The
topic for next year's study is
“The Pacific Rim in a Changing
World," and some interesting
plans and programs are-being
‘planned by the committees-
Mrs. Tom Speck was a guest
iTuesday at the Guy Travis home.
GuestsSundayottheSpechswere
Leßoy Cros. bgofnattlesnakeand
Miss Rayta lakely of Kiona.
Al The Churches
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subjegt. “The God of the Square
Youth WP, dqvotional
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‘ servieeat hum-Theme,
“The Questotme.” .
Monday'lSeoutsTroopfl.
Wednuday Circle 4 meets.
. Thursday Circle 2 meets.’
Thursday 7:45 choir rehearsal.
Friday 2 p.m. Fellowship day
program in this church by the
gauncil of Church Women of the
A cordial welcome to all serv
ices.
1 names—on Lutheran Church
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‘Mr. D. Moeller. Parochial School
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giggled” evening at 8319: P. M.‘
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Confessions: Sat. 4:00 p. m. to}
5:00 and 7:30 to 9:00.
Catechism Classes: Sat. 10:00.
Sunday Masses: 8. 9:30 and
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Catechism Classes: Sat, 10:30.
Sunday masses: 7. 9 and 11.
' as. Ra's—Episcopal Church
010 Avenue A
Rev. Loo W. Dyson
Fourth Sunday after Easter:
9:00 a. rn. Sunday School.
10:00 a. in. Morning Prayer
and sermon.
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P. J. mvaas. minister
Residence 00! Kennewick Ave.
Sunday school 0:45 an; Mrs.
W. F. Hanson, supt.
Morning service 11:00. Sermon
theme: “Our Mediated Salvation.”
Luthec League meeting' 7:30
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