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51hr Krunrmirk Qlourirr-ilrpnrtrr
boned Thin-ode” by The Kennewick Printing Company
217 Kennewick Ave., Kennewick. VII-hm ‘ ‘
Member Washington New-paper Publishers Association, Inc.
$3 year in Benton County, $4 outside. Entered as second class
matter April 2, 1914 at PO. Kennewick, Wash” under Act of
M 3, 1879. The Courier. established March 27. 1902: The
Reporter. established Jan. 24. 1908. consolidated April 1. 1014.
Rolfe 'nuve. Publish. .
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By Hal Clark
Well. the ladies are at last
fighting the Battle of the Bulge.
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Unlike the famous World War
II battle, they are not fighting to
see who will retain the bulge.
They’ve got it.
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The fashion arbiters—now don’t
ask me who they are, or how they
get so influential with the ladies—
have decreed that hems will lose‘
. Deétco’toé to Service
‘4‘ - ow sr lOUIS CATHEDRAL, New
;I Orleans, 10. Ono oi the most famous
(x . churches in the country, its history dating
33 h back to 1794. Hero Andrew Jackson
"“ _ iained in services
. t -, of thanks for the
‘3. American victory I
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7;. memorable tfihots. This MUST ho
sohimd...tor that is tho mo '
foundation on which our institution
is maintained. For us to fall short
st your realization of perfection
h sonic: is to have failed in
ottsioing tho mark that no on
[Mood to melt.
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fig Serving Benton County Since 1910
Th,” .9 PHONE 2201 -314-lst. AVE.
PLUMBING. CARPENTRY. %
ELECTRICAL MECHINICAL
FRANK’S
Odd Jobs & Repair Service
Upper River Road Route 1
Pasco. Phone 17124-3
R A I. P H ' S
Radio Servnce and Hobby Shop
NEW AND USED RADIOS FOR SALE
Model Airplane Kits of All Types
Also Model Supplies '
FREE PICK UP AND DELIVERY
8 South Cascade . Phone 5001
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[ altitude. That the descending
I hems will conceal shapely stems,
seems not a matter to be con
-3 sidered.
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It appears inevitable from now
lon, that the girls will gather at
their bridge, showers, teas and
'lgossip exchanges with their eyes
; trained like twin transits on their
‘ respective hem heights.
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' What will happen to the hapless
‘ ones, who may have erred by a
quarter inch to the up or down,‘
is not nearly so certain. I
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However, my advice to men
who have married women is to
avoid as one would the plague
those little stools and ottomans
upon which men are commonly
[made to stand when hems are to
’be altered. I
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The pins they put in the lower.
edge of dresses hurt like fury!
when thrust into a thin shin._
I know.
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Now I should like to say a
word about Herd Instinct. Frank
ly, I don’t know a thing about it.
But since when has that deterred
a columnist! Anyway, I can prove
that I used to have a professor
who talked about it.
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This schorarly fellow contended
that when The Herd had cast out
one of its member, The Herd
would go to almost any lengths
to keep him cast out.
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I will be honest with you. I did
not believe this. I did not believe
% Action Every Minute
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it until I tried to enter Avenue C
last week from a side street.
Why every driver—male and
female alike assassinated me
with their eyes as they swept
grimly by in the line pf traffic.
If this presumptuous fellow
Heaven forfend—should so much
as try to get into this race, their
gazes implied, we will crash his
fenders, break his window glass,
in short, we will demolish him
entirely.
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I do not object to this reflective
5-minute pause. As a matter of
fact, a sedentary fellow can profit
by the exercise he gets as he
alternately revs his motor and
throws in his clutch, and hopes
for an opening.
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But it seems fair to assume that
some busy citizen might someday
happen upon the wholly sensible
suggestion that one or more traf
fic signals on the surging C would
check The Herd flow just long
enough; for another critter 'to
edge in.
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Let us hope for this happy
eventuality.
Homemakers'
Briels
By Loretta V. Cowden
Assoc. Extension Agent
Peaches can be dried in your
oven by placing on racks, either
peeled or unpeeled, in a 150 de
gree oven for about six hours. It
takes careful watching and leave
'the oven door prOpped open slight
ly—eight inches isn’t too much on
a gas oven. Sulphuring out of
doors 30 minutes for peeled, 2 to
3 hours for unpeeled prevents
darkening.
And a note on laundering table
linens. Hot water sets cream or
milk protein on linens just as it
does when you use hot water on
a milk bottle. Same rule applies.
Rinse table linens with cold water
first to remove cream or milk,
thus eliminating shadow spots.
Milk and cream proteins SET by
hot water make these spots which
are almost impossible to remove
once SET. ' -
' They’re mothproofing wool now
while it’s still on the sheep, ac
cording to the University of Idaho.
Sheep bathed in DDT produced
wool which remained mothproof
for two years in storage.
An emulsified for margarine
has been recently developed which
prevents margarine from spatter
ing in the frying pan.
The first railroad in the state
of lowa was constructed in
1855.
Attention Union Labor
These Barber Shop: are UN -
FAIB to Barbers Local Union
678
Arrhstrong Barber Shop. Kenn.
Oliver's Barber Shop. Kenn.
Bill’s Barber Shop. Kenn.
Amos School: Barber Shop.
Kennewick.
MGR (WASH) COURIER-REPORTER
| FIRST LUTHERAN CHURCH
I Second and Auburn A
P. J. Luvaes. Minister
lßesh‘lenee 604 Kennewick Avenue
Sunday School, Rally Day 9:45
am. 4
Morning Service 11:00 am.
A cordial invitation extended
to all.
SAINT PAUL'S EPISCOPAI.
CHURCH
617 Avenue A
Rev. Nelson H. Atkinson. Rector
Howard Whitbeek. Lay Reader
Morning Prayer. at 10 a.m. ‘
Text: “Fore we have no con-;
hinuing city, ‘but we seek one to‘
‘come.” Hebrew 13:14.
1 Church School at 11 a.m. Mrs.
S. S. McHenry, Superintendent.
Nursery accomodations.
KENNEWICK METHODIST
CHURCH
Sunday Services:
Church School opens 9:45. Effim
cient and growing. 3
Morning service opens at 10:50.
The Moller organ and choir par
‘ticapate in an inspirational fea
‘ture. Sermon: “Facing Today’s
Realities."
[ 6:30 Youth Fellowship groups
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in oint evening program.
i Always a welcome at the Church
lof the Glowing Cross.
CHRISTIAN CHURCH
Bible School, 9:45 a.m. Classes
for all ages. Sunday. Sept. fl will
be Home Coming Sunday in the
Bible School. A goal of 175 in at
tendance has been set. -_
11:00 a.m. Morning Worship.
Sermon by the pastor, “If God
Should Preach.”
BETHLEHEM LU'I'H. CHURCH
The Church of the Lutheran Hour
Third and Benton St.
E. C. “Knuth. pastor ‘
Mr. H. C. Lohrmenn. teacher;
Divine Communion services on“
Sunday at 11:00 a. m. Sunday
School at 10:00 a.m. Confessional
services at 1:30. 10:30 a.m. Wal
ther League Wednesdays at 8:00
p.m. Tune in on The Lutheran
Hour every Sunday morning from
9:30-10:00 a.m. You are cordially
invited to our services
PILGRIM HOLIHESS CHURCH l
212 E. Third 1
Sunday School. 9:45 a.m. *
Preaching, tapic, “Hindrances,”
11:00 a.m. ‘ ‘
Y.P.S. 7:00 p.m.
Evangelistic services, 8:00 p.m.
when WOOL I'o OPEN
Saint Paul‘s Episcopal Church
School for children will open Sun
day. September 7, at I'l a.m.. un
der the direction of Mrs. S. S.
McHenry. Teachers will be Mrs.
Leigh Beamer. Mrs. Cecil Ander
son, Mrs. David Rust. Mrs. F. P.
Meverden and Mrs. Frank Maupin.
Mrs. Charles H. Fox will be or
ganist. It is urged that children
of the church attend the church
school this first Sunday and re
gularly thereafter. thus making it
easier for the teachers to plan
more comprehensively.
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Slit Yourself For Fall
Why spend more whoa you can not In
My Maud. 100% all-wool can it
less? Stop in today and permit us to pan
on: point. From $42.50 to ”0.00
Keolker's Men's Store
Thursday, Sq
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PIILBY CRAIG: ~ ‘
Finley Grange met ‘
were conferred on It:
by the Kennewick VMWN
Degree team. It w“
presented and Valley I’MWM
be proud of their team ,
We had 34 visitor. hm
granaes. The next mmn‘w
September 11, With th. '4,
Degree team Presen "I. N
and fourth «3",?ng
candidates from on” I:
are welcome—Winn,“ MGM
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