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DISNEY’S BEST EVER It’s a Disney Lesson in Love! & Annran O 4 1 A I”‘I % l [ " ‘mwwv W.D.P. ‘ Distributed by #KO RADIO AR "B Sensational Songs Hits CITY IN BRIEF M *Mr and Mrs Cal Higginbotham of Hartline were Sunday guests at the P. R. Brown home. “Good tidings of greatjoy” 66 AND the angel said unto them, A Fear not: for, behold, I bring you good tidings of great joy, which shall be to all people. For unto you is born this day in the city of David a Saviour, which is Christ the Lord” (Luke 2:10, 11). This message from God, which came to the shepherds on the hills of Judea on a still, clear night long ago, is heard today by those who are listening for God’s voice. The star of Bethlehem still shines to guide those who are watching and waiting for the appearing of Christ, Truth. Christmas, to all true Christians, 'betokens a desire to give. The Dis .coverer and Founder of Christian Science, Mary Baker Eddy, loved Christmas, and explains its spiritual import as the coming of Truth to hu man couasciousness. She begins the Preface to her textbook, “Science and Health with Key to the Scrip tures,” with these inspiring words (p. vii): “To those leaning on the sustaining infinite, to-day is big with blessings. The wakeful shep herd beholds the first faint morning beams, ere cometh the full radiance of a risen day. So shone the pale star to the prophet-shepherds; yet it trav ersed the night, and came where, in cradled obscurity, lay the Bethlehem Dbabe, the human herald of Christ, Truth, who would make plain to be nighted understanding the way of salvation through Christ Jesus, till across a night of error should dawn the morning beams and shine the guiding star of being.” . . . In his ministry the Master put into practical use his knowledge of God, divine Love, ever-present good. He bade his followers to love one an other as he had loved them. The test of true discipleship must always be our understanding and emulation of the love which Christ Jesus mani fested in his healing and saving work, . . . The appearing of Christ, Truth, in human consciousness con stitutes a contlinuous unfoldment of spiritual light and joy. Each day of the year we must seek a better and higher understanding of the eternal Christ, Truth, and strive to become more faithful followers of the great :Master and Way-shower, in healing ‘all manner of sickness and sin, thus TR OIS SR TT R Today, no one can afford to take chances with vital motorized equipment. Itis your patriotic duty to keep your Diesel equipment fit and ready for any emergency. " To this end, we can help by solving your lubrica tion problems for you. The Richfield Diesel Motor Oil we carry will keep your engine clean—the pis ton rings free. The superior film strength of this quality oil will minimize engine wear. It positively will not corrode bearings or metal parts and its -0\ . . . non-sluggish characteristics prevent clogged oil filters, oil lines and excessive carbon deposits. Consult us and learn how you can save money while protecting che life of your Diesel equipment. Call and discuss your problems with us today. James W. Jess Local Distributor Tel. 446 ~ SUNDAY - MONDAY e en e R oy TRE T yELt i N Y . \\c e AL :i‘-é:"'iz?' e a 2 Potoﬂ“"u“‘ e \ 'l A farewell pary was given Tues , day evening a the home of Mr. and - Mrs. Joe Bean, for Mrs. Ella Pitts - who wih her children are leaving ~at the end of the week for San | Francisco "to join her hushand who helping to bring the true light of spiritual being to men. The question may well be asked, Has the light which penetrated the thought of the humble shepherds nineteen hundred years ago, and which, later on, brought healing and consolation to unnumbered thou sands through the loving ministry of Christ Jesus, disappeared? The an swer is, No. But men have permitted the mist of false mortal sense to blur their vision of the Christ. ... Nothing but the Christ, Truth, under stood and lived, will eliminate hatred, war, and greed from human consciousness, and establish univer sal peace. The purpose of Christ Jesus was to establish the kingdam of God on earth. How did he do this? By showing the falsity of human beliefs. Every healing was a casting out of consciousness of some false belief which has no connection with the real man in God’s image. As the turning on of an electric switch eliminates darkness from a room, so the light of spiritual perception or the knowledge of the real man dis pels false human belief. Christ Jesus did not recognize evil as real, but proved its unreality through his knowledge of the allness of Truth. It is natural and beautiful for men to be joyous and steadfast in the re flecting of good. If a tree is good it will bear good fruit, since like pro duces like. When we begin to under stand that all materiality is but the counterfeit, the material concept of that which is spiritual and perfect, we no longer walk in darkness, for the light of Truth illumines the way we are going. - In her Communion Message to The Mother Church for 1898, Mrs. Eddy writes (The First Church of Christ, Scientist, and Miscellany, p. 122): “Beloved brethren, another Christ mas has come and gone. Has it en abled us fo know more of the healing Christ that saves from sickness and sin? Are we still searching dili gently to find where the young child lies, and are we satisfied to know that our sense of Truth is not demor alized, finitized, cribbed, or cradled, buat has risen to grasp the spiritual idea unenvironed by materiality?”’— The Christian Science Monitor. COULEE CITY DISPATCH THURSDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1942 COVLEE CITY DISPATCH L W. (B(GS) HILSON. Bditee Sntered at the Dpostoffice at Coulzw City, Wash., as seLond-ciass matter; @ the Interest of Coulee City and the Neighboring Vietnity. is employed there. Mrs. Pitts re ceived a number of lovely gifts. The Rebekah lodge members are holding their Chrismas party Tues day evening. Mrs. E W Rice returned from a visit from Tacoma, Seattle and E numelaw Tuesday evening where she visited her daughters and som. - J. R. Goodall spent the first of the week on business at Worley, Ida ho. Lafe Base of Portland visited his sister, Mrs. Lou Poady this week. Mrs. Wm. Patterson was a Spo kane shopper this week. The Coulee City Women’s club will hold its annual Christmas par ty Monday evening, at the home of Mrs Elbert Wagoner. Gifts will be p 1 FRIDAY, 11 SATURDAY, 12 BIG DOUBLE BILL STNETOWN e T g "oy RECLOONRTUTL TR A 7R : "_’(;‘ié;'ijANN‘[ IAC T T R VLI g [T SO VIID 1L 1L T T LT A Wil GG :f"'f b . n Jiiam Sf,naf“’ B lrene HERVEY D@ . 0"’"»': Turhan BEY BRI xope Luke Chinese Guerrillas Sam LEVENE . exch_an:ged by the members. ' Mpr. and Mrs. Stanley Jones and idamghter, Margaret Ellen left Sun- ) o UNTIL YOU READ THESE VITAL FACTS! * * * ' We make this announcement well in advance of Christmas for your own good...and for the good of your country. The way things look now, the facilities of every railroad in America will be strained to the utmost just prior to, during, aand just after the Christmas holidays. Already, most railroads are operating at near-peak capacity. By Christmas, the situation will be tremendously aggravated. Thousands of soldiers on furlough will be leaving to spend Ciiistmas at home with their families. Thousands of soldiers” families will be leaving to spend Christmas near camps. ’ THREE IMPORTANT SUGGESTIONS In planning a trip this Christmas, therefore, please observe these suggestions: V Don't take a trip at all, unless yon feel you must. 2 If you have to make a trip, avoid the period between December 12 and January 12. S When you do travel, make your sleeping and parlor car reservations well in advance. Cancel your reser vations immediately if you decide not to make the trip. By following these siinple suggestions, you will enable the railroads to handle necessary holiday traffic with a minimum of disturbance to movement of war personnel and freight. ! C ok * * “MAIN STREET OF , THE NORTHWEST” et GO i NN 7 ROOSEVELT SUNDAY, 13 MONDAY, 14 TUESDAY, 15 It's Hep! It's Hilarious! It's Hot! ] eé : WHEN THE KING OF SWING STARTS SWINGING! f LA Geo. Montgomery - Ann Rutherford @8 f ; ’ . ""GLENN MILLER ano wis sawo ‘\", ) ﬁ a 7 < hes RG] wl'fy 4 T s ¢ %"% Lynn Bari - Carole Landis - Cesar Romero— . R 7 Virginia Gilmore « Mary Beth Hughes - Nicholas Brathers @ B - Directed by ARCHIE MAYO - Produced by WILLIAM LeBARON ; -dgxywto” make wtheir : hollié~in_ Soaﬁ | Lake while Mr. Jones is employed . at the bank at Ephrata. _)_-Mrs.- L. B. Jeffers, (Spokane ,spent 1 the week end visiting friends and returned home Monday.