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The Kennewick courier-reporter. [volume] (Kennewick, Wash.) 1939-1949, June 07, 1945, Image 8

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' new tanks .. . new ships. All to bring the "9'“ ml now! 8° find “t "h“ 7°“
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. two-loan job in one. Under SIOO _ms as
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and FURNITURE CO.
This store will not be open Mondays after 6 pan. until further notice
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The Campfire Girls and Blue
Birds still need guardians and
sponsors. Any woman having a
free afternoon or evening a week
would be surprised at the good
fun they could have with a group
of girls. The girls range from 10-
18 years.
The laws of the Campfire Girls
are: Seek beauty; Give service;
Pursue knowledge; Be trust
worthy; Hold on to health; Glorify
work and Be happy.
What better ideals could we
possibly instill in our young girls?
When one realises that the girl
who is ten today may be a mother
in another ten years, you get some
idea of the little time left to add
to her ideals. Those taught in
Campfire groups are the same ones
she’ll want to pass on to her
own children. :80 when you be
come a guardian, you have a real
stake in shaping the future.
You hear considerable talk of
juvenile delinquency, but you don’t
find it in Campfire Girls, because
they are kept busy. They work
on their “honors” which includes
list of “A Thousand and More
Things to Do.” '
The girls learn to do many kinds
of work, but since they learn in
the -spirit of fun, they never asso
ciate it with work. And once
they learn to enjoy work, they
cease to rebel against it.
Anyone interested in being either
a guardian or sponsor should tele
phone Mr. Wasson 1782 or Mrs.
Wilson 2956 evenings.
Buy Another Bond
URGE Parents to Attend
Pre-School Meeting
The. Kennewick Pre-school
group will meet Monday, June 11
at 8 o’clock in the Community
hall in Park View addition. '
Mr. Livingston, who is state vice
president of the Parent-Teachers
Association, will be the main
speaker. '
The important business of the
evening will be to set up the Ken
newick organization. Until now,
Kennewick has been In with Pas
co. '
All parents who have children
gtindier scshool age are urged to at
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PARCELS SEARCHED -
Westinghouse X-ray sets act a:
“postal inspectors" in examinim
packages sent to public person
ages, newspaper editors,- distric
attorneys and others needing pro
r tection from “eranks” and fans;
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' Too Late to Clan-if!
FOR SALE: Best of new houses;
. 2 bedrooms, large living room,
large room finished in basement?
Venetian blinds, furnace, blower,
etc. Call 2201 or addrws 305 How
ard. 10c
WANTED: Late model automobile
in good condition. Phone 3663!
FOR SALE: New, improved 4 bed
room house; 2 opts in basement;
excellent location; good income
property. 916 Kennewick Ave.
Phone 3056.- - ‘
FOR SALE: Electric irgn; elecgric
fan; Tailor tot; spnngs; muse.
items. 916 Kennewick Ave. Phone:
'3056.
WANTED TO RENT:'2 or '3 bed
room modern home, furnished
or unfurnished. Phone 2389.
10-129
ER 331711: 2 room furnished
cabin. Phone 2642. F. E. Salllg
FOR SALE: Picking ladders cheap
—also one extension oak table.
417 Hartford St, Kennewick.
10-129‘
WANTED: Table model cream sep
arator; prefer either a Sears or
Montgomery Ward make. Phone
2469. A 10c
LOST: Identificationjracelgt, 3n:
—Eiévea”fiéirisk. Reward.' Del
Fisk, box 273, Kennewick. *
FOR SALE: White enameled coal
and wood range; just used six
months. Call for Mrs. Chet Eg
gletson, 2642. 10c
FOR SALE: 1940 4-door Dodge
newly p‘ainted, good rubber, be
low ceiling price. Phone 18x3,
Kennewick. 10c
FOR SALE: Big six McCormick-
Deering mowing machine, wide
wheels, new ledger plates and
guards. Phone Kennewick 18112:.
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Lodge Confers Degree
On Class of Four
' The second degree was confer
red upon a class of four candi
dates at the regular meeting of the
Kennewick IOOF lodge last Mon
day night and the third degree will
be exemplified next Monday night.
Clyde Higley reported his meet
ing with the District Deputy Grand
Masters of the district at Kiona
May 29th. The purpose of this
meeting was to select a member
to represent the district at the
coming Grand Lodge session and
Mr. Weisner, Past Grand Chaplain
of grandview was chosen.
Davenport Sr., secretary
of Pasco lodge, reported that the
Pasco Rebekahs and Oddfellows
will have a pot luck dinner June
12 at 6:30. Kennewick Rebekahs
and Oddfellows ae invited to at
tend. I-‘ollowing the dinner. en
tertainment will be furnished by
a group from the MbCaw hospital
of Walla Walla, under the super
vision of Lieut. Jackey.
The Pasco and Kennewick lodges
have joined their resources to
sponsor the photographic hobby
of the McCaw hospital and the
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entertainment is an appreciation‘
to the lodges {or their work in se
curing the funds made available
for the hobby.
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