The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington on March 25, 1959 · Page 3
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The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington · Page 3

Centralia, Washington
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Wednesday, March 25, 1959
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Urges Youth Car Training LOS ANGELES 'API-Student jbe simulated in motion pictures drivers, says a safety engineer, showing traffic rushing'toward a cnnilln net ipnt'nnrl lil/n ent/lin,.,. !,,, _i_.: _ . : _ i should be trained like soldiers, being exposed to hazards repeatedly until they instinctively correctly. Dr. Earle Hannaford of react American Telephone and Telegraph Co. told a safety conference Tuesday that traffic hazards could driving class. Through repeated exposures under non-panic conditions, he said, student drivers can acquire built- the i in responses for use when the real thing comes along. Read The Chronicle Classifieds! HUGHES' Easter Shoes Hughes Shoe Store 872 Market St. Chehalis Phone SH 8-7933 It's Time There is a SUNBEAM CLOCK for every roam in your house. Sunbeam Electric Alarm Clock $^95 Just received! Sunbeam Electric Alormj in lovely pastel colon. Modern design. ONLY 4 REDA HARDWARE 201 W. Main Centralia Randk Orthopedic Guild Meets By ANNE OLIVER HANDLE - The Pamela Asmundson Orthopedic guild met on March 19 at the home of Mrs. iNorma Moore, with Mrs. Francis McMahan as cohostess. After a luncheon with a springtime theme, a short business meeting was held. The nominating committee reported the names it had selected as candidates for new of- j ficers for the coming year. They ; were President, Margaret Erick- i son; vice president, Elvira Hick- i ey, and secretary-treasurer, Vir- jginia Huffman. The candidates i were approved unanimously. Aft! er the meeting the members enjoyed pinochle. The high prizes : were won by Lillian Yoder and i Vivian Moore. The next meeting will be held at the home of Margaret .Erickson, with Lorena Peters as co-hostess, on April 16. A flower arranging course in Kosmos is being given by Mrs. Franz Neihamer of Mercer .Island, one of the outstanding teachers in the Northwest. Taking advantage of the course are three Illahee Garden club members: Mrs. Vivian Moore, Mrs. Bonnie McMahan and Mrs. Blanche Strey. Representatives from the Packwood, Handle and Morton Garden clubs met at the home of Mrs. Vivian Moore last Thursday aft- i ernoon to discuss plans to decorate for the main breakfast at the June convention. The theme of the breakfast will be "The Forest." Mrs. Jackie Heinricks of Packwood was chosen chairman of the committee. Attending the meeting were Mesdames Vivian Blast Kills Farm Hand PAHOKF.E, Fla. 'AP1-A farmhand scaring blackbirds from a cornfield with powerful firecrack. ers was killed Tuesday when a box of "giant salutes" explodet under his arm. Deputy sheriff Frank O'Connell said Lawson Wilkes lived about five minutes after the blast, spark from Wilkes' pipe apparently blew into the box, setting ofi all the explosives at once. Wilkes was walking down rows of corn ready [or harvest. He carried the box of firecrackers under his arm, lighting them one by one from his pine and hurling them around the field. Imported and domestic tra. grances she's sure to adorel Choose from our wide selection of her favorite beauty oids. BROWN and HALEY "Afnri; Arm" 12-OJ. . "Pi/rp!e Gold" '4.00 S 2.00 Delight oil the menfolk with our famous name shaving lotions. HELEN ARDELLE "Snapper" *1.25 Our top brand sprays keep hoir in place without stickiness. ALMOND ROCA '·Happy Easier'' ? 2.00 For jweet scenl-iment's lake, give her our heavenly bath lalfs. They're the luxury gift thot mokei her feel so glamorous! For tfw Children Flavor Filled CHOCOLATE For « Sptcial Treat Chooit... · APLETS · COTLETS CENTRALIA PHARMACY 401 N. Tower Arc. Centralia PE M321 Finds Cash In Basement KALI, RIVEK, Mass. ( A P -- A ' Some of the money was moldy Moore, Lillian Helper and Norma Moore from Handle, Charles Cates, Jessie Watson and C. N. Chan of .Morton, and Jackie Ilein- ricks, James Daley and Lester Jlatson of Packwood. The Wednesday Afternoon Pinochle club met twice in March, the first time at the home of Connie Warner and the second at the home of Elsie Mae Randall. The high prizes were won by Betty Battle and Betty Ford: pinochle, Martha Wilson and Mrs. Gene Morris, and low, Mrs. Hubert Morris and Helen Rockwood. It was the end of six months of playing, and Mrs. Gene Morris won first for the season, and Beity Battle second. Officers were elected for the new season as follows: Velma Kunkel, president; Helen Rockwood, secretary, and Martha Wilson, treasurer. Sues for Tax Rebate LOS ANGELES API-Actress Rosalind Russell is suing to recover $15,476 which she says the government collected in overpaid taxes. She contended in her suit, filed Tuesday, that maintaining residences in both California and New York was a legitimate business expense in 1953. She was appearing at the time in the Broadway stage production, "Wonderful Town." i Her taxable income that y e a r j p J A R L AND LOCUST was $275,000, she said. i 'The Daily Chronicle, Wednesday, March 23, 1959" 3 ' denomination--were found in bags , the tenement because she was | in corners. . j afraid it might be stolen if she youth ran''into the cellar of a j a m l some had been chewed by i The mystery was solved by Miss i kept it home, three-story house Tuesday to hide j mice. Hills were scattered on t h e ! Catherine Matthews. 50. who lives- Police returned the money from a companion and discovered i rj oor other bills -- all of small a TM ll l''e of blocks away. |a suggestion she deposit it in i a cache of $1.062. ' ' She said she p;tt the money in ' hank. News about the New Rockets! 1959 OIDSMOB1LE DYNAMIC M HOLIDAY 5PORTSEDAN- This distinctive new Olds body style (available in all three series) is the hit of the new-car parade! Its sleek "Linear Look" is as tastefully elegant as anything you'll be seeing in 1959. And like every Olds for '59, it has an all-new, thriftier version of the famous Rocket Engine, featuring an exclusive, two-stage automatic choke. With demand running high, you'll be smart to place your order early. Visit your local authorized Oldsmobile Quality Dealer, right away! SEIP HANSEN PHONE PE 6-3348 CENTRALIA, WASHINGTON new TRU-COLD REFRIGERATOR COMPARE BEFORE YOU BUY! SEE WHY TRU-COLD LEADS THE WAY-IN STYLE-IN PRICE t Costs less to op«ratt · Cools food faster · Holds more uniform temperature e Regains lost cold quicker e Has larger door storage e Features automatic !· ejector Modern jfylmg lupreme with graceful sweeping Imei.' The showpiece of your kitchen world -- '59 TRU- COLD. Keep food) freih and laity doyj longer. Your family detervej the best --protect (heir health ond treat them to lavory meoli with the fineft in refrigeration . , . TRU-COLD! SAVE $50! 12.8 Cu. 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