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Evangelist a!
Baptist Church
Evangelist Joseph T. Larson
formerly of Minneapolis, Minn.,
will supply for several Sundays
11 am. and 7:30 pm. also Wed
nesday evening at the First Bap
tist Church, Kennewick.
This is being done looking for
ward to a series of meetings
to begin September 23rd am?
to continue through October 7th,
The visiting minister has had
a nation-wide ministry in 30
states and several provinces of
Canada, for the past 25 years,
is the author of seven books,
among them ‘Glory Jubilee Songs,’
64 pages, his own compositions.
He is also the editor of “Christian
Comfort Companion” a hospital
paper, used in over 26 states, now
in its fifth year. He is also the
founder of Idaho Bible Mission,
giving Gopels to rural school chil
Mr. Larson is an ordained Bap
tist minister, coming ' well recom
mended, and the church invites
the public to give him a hearing
during the next few Sundays.
He will speak on: “The Revival
We Need,” at 11 am. and 8 pm.
“The Greatest Need of this
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18 Benton 83. Sunday ochool.
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Always a cordial welcome.
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Summer Sci-Vices. Sunday Morning Service at 11:00
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Youth Fellowship each Sunday 6:30
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For service anywhere in the Kennewick-Pasco
area, call '
for pick-up and delivery twice a week
Regular Four-day Service
At Baptist Church
Evangelist 103. 'l'. Larson
A! The Churches
Second and Auburn
P. J. Luvaas, Minister
Res. 604 Kennewick Avenue
Sunday school 10 am. Mrs. W.
F. Hanson, supt.
Morning Worship 11:30 am.
Organization meeting of Junior
Conformation Class, Staurday
morning at 10:00 am. in the Par
Junior Choir practice in the
Parsonage 11:15, Saturday morn
32d and Benton 3:... Phone 591
M. C. Knuth. Pastor.
D. Moollor. teacher ,
The Church of the Lutheran Hour
Holy Communion services next
Sunday at 11 am. Confessional
services 10:30. Sunday School at
10 am. Christian Fellowship
League at 8 pm. You are cordially
invited to our services
Circle No. 2 of the Methodist
church will meet at 2 pm. wed
nesday, Sept. 12 at Mrs. Herbert
Mizner’s. All ladies are invited.
Trig cars meet at the church at
Finley Notes I
The Finley Grange will meet
Friday night September 14th. This
will be “back to School” night,
and each member is asked to
dress as school kids.
The Finley Grange Ist and 2nd
Degree Team will put on the De
gree work at Kennewick Valley
7Gtit-lange Friday night, September
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Carrath and
two children of Goldendale vis
ited friends in this community
last week. They visited at the
homes of Mrs. Winifred Beall,
J esse Lande and Ellsworth O’Hair.
They left Saturday for Yakima
to visit relatives. They were
former residents of Finley.
Mr. and Mrs. Jake Kraai from
Nyssa, visited Mr. and Mrs. Guy
Mentor and family over the holi
days. Kraai is a sister of Mrs.
Mentor. . 7 _ _ _
Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Patterson
and children visited relatives in
Benton City Sunday.
‘ Mr. and Mrs. Richard Kelly
and Billy Gene of Spokane spent
the holidays with Mr. and Mrs.
Carl Schmelzer and family. Miss
Maxine Schmeltzer, who is in
Nurse’s training at the Sacred
Heart Hospital in Spokane, ac
companied the Kellys here. The
Kelly family left Monday for their
home, and Maxine will remain
for a couple of weeks visit with
her parents.
Mrs. Irene Hughes returned
home Monday night from Cash
mere, where she was called to at
tend the funeral of her brother
Ike Benson. She also visited her
brother Walter, who is ill at the
hospital in Spokane. ,
Mrs. Ben Drinkwater and son
Benny of Yakima left Wednes
day having visited over the holi
days with Mrs. Drinkwater’s par
ents Mr. and Mrs. Carl Walk, also
other relatives and friends. _
Ralph Arnold and son Raymond
of Kansas City, came Saturday
for a visit with his mother Mrs.
Eva Arnold; and his sister and
:qamily, Mr. and Mrs. William
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Davis and
daughter Gwen were visitors in
Walla Walla Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. E. Sherry, Mrs.
Marjorie Paulson were -' business
visitors in Walla Walla Wednes
day. They also visited Miss Marie
Beally who is in the Blue Moun-
stationed in Bremerton the past
month spent the weekend with his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kuh.
S. Sgt. Bunny Chavez who is
stationed at Fort Lewis at pres-
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someone must pay for
the damage done. The
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much higher than the
cost. of insurance!
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ent, spent the week end with his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Cha
Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Lande en
tertained Sunday evening with a
dinner to Mr. and Mrs. Fred Brod
beck. Mr. and Mrs. George Tay
lor ,Mr. and Mrs. Bob Perkins
and son John, Mr. and Mrs. E.
Sherry, the occasion being the
birthday of George Taylor.
Mrs. W. F. Brock left Tuesday
for Charlestown, Indiana, to meet
her daughter Roberta, who is en
joying a vacation from Du Pont
Robot Bomb Plant, where she is
head nurse.
They will visit New York,
Washington, D. C., and other
cities in the east, then go to
Brigham, Utah, to get Mrs.
Brock’s other daughter Mrs. Vir
ginia Scheideman, who has been
confined at a hispital there, ‘the
past 4 months, a casualty from
the Island of Luzon. ,
Orvil Lechelt and Arlie Glass
ner, who have been employed at
Moses Lake, returned to their
homes last week. _ _
Mrs. Ben. J. Drinkwater and
son Benny of Yak% and Mr.
and Mrs. Carl Walk ited Tues
day with Mr. and Mrs. Jase
Lande. _ ‘_
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Beathe re
ceived word Friday of the death
of Mr. Beathe’s 'oldest brother,
Homer Beathe in Seattle. Harry
Beathe left Sunday night for Se
attleto attend thefgqeral. _ -.
S. Sgt. Robert Welch who ’is
at the McCaw hospital at Walla
Walla spent the week end with
his family in Finley.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Bennett re
ceived word from their son Fran
cis that he has been sent to the
Francis Moore, A. M. M. who
is at the Naval hospital in Seattle
spent the weekend with his sister
and family Mr. and Mrs. Bert
Fmedricks. A ‘ _
Mr. and Mrs. Doughty of Spo
kane who recently purchased the
C. Williams place near Hedges,
have moved in their new home.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Moore it
Sprague, visited Sunday, with
Mrs. Moore’s brother and family,
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Rice.
Mrs-Leo Ehrr of Seattle. was a
dinner guest Wednesday at Mr.
and Mrs. Elsworth O’Hair.
.Mr. and Mrs. Otis Coan re
ceived word that their oldest
grandson Lloyd Meeirndort has
received the Bronze Medal. He
is stationed in Europe.
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Corless Jr.,
of Sunnyside and Mr. and Mrs.
Bob Corless Sr., of Burley, Idaho
spent the weekend with Mr. and
Mrs. Lloyd Donnally. Mrs. Cor
less Jr., is a sister of Mrs. Don
nally. .
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Gull, Mrs.
Shendonah, and Albert and Jay
Gull, all of Spokane, spent the
holidays with Mr. and Mrs. J. R.
Mr. and Mrs. Ellsworth O’Hair
returned home last week tram a
few days trip where they visited
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Carratt and
children in Goldendale also visi
teer. aners.OrirlleHurt at
Redmond, Oregon.
Mrs. Marjorie Paulson spent the
weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Del
mar Paulson and Mr. and Mrs.
W. B. Paulson in Kennewick.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Brandt of
Benton spent the holidays with
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Falque. Mrs.
Brandt is niece of Mrs. Falque.
Mrs. Betty Broewer and Phylis
Kinchloe of The Dalles. Oregon.
visited a couple of days last week
with their grandparents, Mr. and
Mrs. Fred Falque. Mrs. Broewer
will be remembered as Miss Betty
Woe," " "'Efid"’th€iirh were tof
mer residents of Finley. ‘ __
A family reunion of the family
of Mr. and Mrs. Monteney was
held Sunday with a dinner at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Arden Mon
teney. Those coming for the hap
py. occasion were, Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Monteney of South Shore,
South WI. M. Monteney
and son ' and Miss Verla
Nicely of Portland, Mrs. Elva
Meredith of Tekeo, Washington;
Eldred and Ward Monteney and
Mr. and Mrs. Arden Monteney
and son Loren and Romano Wy
man of Finley..lt was also.the
birthday anniversary of Mrs.
*Charlie Monteney. They all left
Sunday night for their homes. El
dred Monteney accompanied Mrs.
Elva Meridth to Tekeo for a visit.
Mrs. Harold Horney and son
Dick and his daughter Mrs. J. F.
Dyer and daughted Mickey. all
of Tobias, Nebraska, are visiting
this week with Mrs. John Fred
ricsks and Lenna Lee.
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a certificate of merit in recogni
tion of conspicuously meritorious
and outstanding performance of
military duty. 'l‘ he citation
stated that “Technician 4th Grade
Taylor distinguished himself by
meritorious achievements in con
nection with Military Operations
against the enemy as Radio Inter
ceptor Operator from 12 June
1944 to lst of May 1945 in France,
Belgium, Holland and Germany.
By his diligence and persistent ef
forts, he consistently intercepted
large volumes of enemy traffic.
which many times was done under
the most adverse conditions. Tech
nician 4th Grade Taylor's achieve
ments and devotion to duty in
creased the overall efficiency of
his section and reflected great
credit upon himself and the Mili
tary Service.”
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Olbrecht's
nephew, Pfc. Francis St. Louis of
Cameron, Wisconsin spent the La
bor Day holidays with them.
seen him since 1931. He is stat
ioned at Gieger Field in Spokane
AIS Duane Pierce, son of W. L.
Pierce of the Highlands is home on
a short furlough before resuming
studies in Illnois.
Captain Mervyn Case, of Seat
tle. accompanied by his wife and
daughter, his parents. Mr. and
Mrs. Al Cullen and Mrs. Elmer
Landin of Prosses were Friday
dinner guests of his Aunt and
Uncle, Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Silli
man. Captain Case has seen ac
tion in Italy, France and Germany
with the Air Corps. He is wait
ing his discharge. He is remem
bered as the star football player
with the Prosser high school be
fore his enlistment in the army.
Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Silliman
have received word that two of
their sons,, Roy and G.lenn are
now in Tokyo. Roy is with the
Army and Glenn is with the Navy.
Flight Officer Cecil Edwards.
of Kennewick, was recently as
signed to Johnji. Payne Field.
Cairo. Egypt. for duty as a pilot.
Payne Field, the huge air term
inal at Cairo, is the center for
USAAF Air Transport Command
traffic movements through the
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ter of Operotions. With redeploy
ment of troops and material F/O
Edwards will play a big part in
increased activities of the North
African Division Air Transport
The North African Division
under the command of Brigadier
General James S. Stowell, is cur
rently engaged in moving 40,000
veterans a month to the States.
In this redeployment of troops.
the greatest air movement in his
tory, hundreds of troops pass
through this base daily on their
way to the States where some
will be discharged and others
will move on to the Pacific.
F/O Edwards is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Adolphus Edwards of 133
80. Washington Street. His wife
the former Ora May Lyons, re
sides at 105 Garfield St., Kenne
wick. Prior to entering the service
he was employed by the Colkins
Aircraft 00., Spokane, Wash.
Triptane. much more powerful
than 100-octane gasoline. was de
veloped only a few years ago, and
the first galltm cost $3,600. It is
now produced for less than SI.OO
a gallon. Too potent to be used
in any motor now built, it is used
to pep up further high-octane gas
Money Saw ng
1 of all
Thursday. September 3 INB
Richmond Implement C;
Remodelling Building
One of Kennewick‘s -
building projects is the rcmlng
ing of the Richmond Implement“
company‘s building on Front St. '-
A new floor has been poured, u“ ‘
interior lined with building board .
The renovated quarters wm
furnish space for showroom, .
and a glass front is to be installed.
complete ports department, Office
and well equipped shop in the
rear. John Deere farm machin.
cry and Caterpillar tractors Will
be featured.
Assnciatcd with Waldo Rich
mond will be Claire Shaw from
The Dallas and Phil Heifelun.
get of Portland. Mr. Heftelfingq
was recently dischm‘sgod from the
navy. He had been a sturekeepu
and was stationed at Pasco.
Knight and Nelson
Ceremony Read
William H. Knight of Oklaho.
ma City. Oklahoma, and Fern 1,
Nelson of Burbank, were united
in marriage Tuesday evening, sep.
etmber 4. at the First Christian
church parsonage. Rev. E. E.
Coulter performed the ceremony.

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