The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington on April 8, 1959 · Page 4
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4 The Dally Chronicle,-Wednesday, April 8, 1959 Stw for tprlnf ind ·f HM M«on. Lift, to th* ompiro look bows of th* »m* Id your wardrobo refltct fht bright now boauty llnti, a natural w.istllno and uft pleats set off this colorful ron»is- th« youthful flor«l-itrip«d cotton adapts its«lf sance print. Right, versatil. is th« word for this ram-or-shmo co*t in this young dross of ivtrglaio fabric with mattd to a striped high-btlrtd. sheath. The coat is of i.lan-troattd matorial »dornina th* bodico. Ctnt«r, simple cotton poplin and tht dress is a color-coordinated imeritex cotton. (mB a % chroma WOMEN'S PAGE CENTRALIA-DIAL PE 6-3311 CHEHAL1S-DIAL SH 8-3311 New Officers Elected By Centralia Eagles Auxiliary Officers were elected by Cen tralia Eagles auxiliary Thursday evening at the Centralia Eagles hall. Mrs. Leon Albright presided as officers were chosen. They are: Mrs. Albright, .junior past presi- . dent; Mrs. Berl Smith, president; 'Mrs. Floyd Lowery, vice president; Mrs. Fred Baldwin, chaplain; Mrs. Fred Turya, secretary; Mrs. Bernie Peel, treasurer; Mrs. ;Vernon Treat, conductress; Mrs. Harold O'Conner, inside guard; 'Mrs. George Wright, outside guard, and Mrs. Cressie Ward, Mri. Pearl Knause and Mrs. Miriam Golsby, trustees. Elected as delegates to attend the state convention were Mrs. Albright and Mrs. Bert Smith. Mrs. Turya and Mrs. Bud Smith were elected alternate delegates. A Fact Abort Slacks! IS THE MAND MOST IN DEMAND AND WIVE GOT THEM! Ramsay s Men'i Wcer Mrs. Lewis Sticklin, Mrs. Iver Frankhauser and Mrs. Frances Foot were initiated with the class of candidates in honor »f the state president's visit in Chehalis. The president appointed Mrs. Bud Smith chairman for past presidents' night to be held May 21 at 8 p.m. The next district meeting will b* in South Bend, Sunday afternoon at 1 o'clock. 70th Birthday Is Celebrated Friends surprised Mrs. Lyle Baxter, Centralia, in her home Monday afternoon with a surprise birthday party, noting her 70th birthday. Guests were Mrs. Donrad Wohld, Rosalie Card, Mrs. Sebella Hilliard, Mrs. Delia McCoy, Mrs. Myrtle Lester, Mrs. Ethel Burstow end Mrs. Sidney Williamson. Hawaii voted more than two to one in favor of statehood as far back as 1940. Romance is Love Match TOKYO W -- Japanese newspapers triumphantly announced today that the nation's royal romance is a love match after all. Crown Prince Akihito told a reporter for the Kyodo News Agency that his feeling for Michiko Shoda turned to love after he chose her to become the first commoner in history destined to share the chrysanthemum throne. The news quickened the pulses of millions of Japanese caught up in the preparations for the wedding Friday of the ' prince and Miss Shoda. Town Votes Dry QUENEMO, Kan. (AP) -- The issue before the voters of Quenemo (pop. 391) was whether to legalize the sale of liquor. The only polling place was in the annex of the Quenemo Federated church. Voters decided to. keep the town dry--147 votes to 54. Vienna, home of one · quarter of Austria's population, is now planning to build a subway system to relieve transportation difficulties. Taina Nieml Forman, Winlock, and Frank M. 'Hiquera, San Jose, Calif., were married in an informal urtmony March K in Chehalis in a double-ring rrt« with justict of tht Peace J. J. Vander- Steep presiding at the service. The bride wore her wedding ensemble for a honeymoon to Oregon and California. -- Kershaw Photo. SPRING BEAUTY Let our talented beauticians bring out the beauty of your hair, to compliment your new spring wardrobe. Mrs. Gesche Honoree At Party Event Mrs. Merle Agren, Chehalis, was hostess to a surprise birthday party Sunday at the Newaukum Grange hall honoring her mother, Mrs. Chester Gesche. The afternoon was spent taking pictures and Mrs. Gesche renewed acquaintances with guests present for the occasion. The honoree opened and acknowledged her many gifts after which refreshments were served by the hostess, assisted by Mrs. Kenneth Gesche, Mrs. Oscar Aust and Mrs. Roland Broderick. Invited guests present for the event were Mr. and Mrs. K. Gesche and family, Mr. and Mrs. 0. Aust and son, Mr. t and Mrs. Eugene Williams and family, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Burton and family, Mr. and Mrs. Gerhard Grill and family, Mr. arid Mrs. Pat Cassidy, Bob Cassidy and son, Mr. and Mrs. R. Broderick and family, Mr. and Mrs. Issac Agren, Mr. and Mrs. Walter BoehUke, Mrs. Jo Ann Cassidy, the honor guest and her husband, Chester Gesche, and the hostess and her family. . Babe Ruth Mothers To Meet April 15 Babe Ruth Mothers' auxiliary will meet April 15, instead of this Wednesday. Mrs. Howard Hutchins will be hostess to the group in her Centralia home at 7:30 p.m. Between 1713 and 1745, the growth of literacy in early Ameri- Calendar C I N T R A L I * Thursday Mtrninf Cenlralia Ladies Golf club, » o'clock -- Elks Golf court*. Logan Ladies aid, 10 o'clock -- aid rooms. Thursday Afternoon Oakview auxiliary, 12 o'clock -- Grange hall. Fords Prairie Ladies aid, Iil5 o'clock -- Mrs. John Ray. Mary Lacy chapter, DAR, 1:15 o'clock -- Shamrock Inn. Senior Citizens Fellowship of the First Baptist church, 1:30 o'clock -- church. Thursday Evtnlng Order of Rainbow for Girls, 7:30-o'clock -- Masonic temple. Galvin Garden club, 7:30 o'clock -- Mrs. Frank Glenn. Veterans of Foreign Wars auxiliary, 8 o'clock -- IOOF nan. Creative Reading club, 8 o'clock -- Mrs. Harry McCormick. Current Review club, 8 o'clock - Mrs. N. W. Avery. C H E H A L I S Thursday Afternoon St. Helen' hospital guild No. 2, 2 o'clock, hospital. Logan Hill Home Economics club, 1 o'clock, Grange hall. Chehalis Women's club, 1:30 o'clock, Mrs. Price Barber. Tulip Garden club, 1:30 o'clock, Mrs. Leonard Ramacher. St. Theresa circle, 12:30 o'clock, Mrs. Joe Kostick. Thursday Evening St. Helen hospital guild No. 4, 8 o'clock, hospital. ca was spurred by the founding of 22 newspapers. Today, newspapers educate, entertain and inform 100,000,000 people daily. Onalaska Novelist Has Book Published Writing is not a come-lately activity for Mrs. Wesley E. Baxter, Onalaska, who has just had a- book, "Mind Out of Time," published and is working on her second novel. Air. and Mrs. Baxter also have a home in Portland, Ore., and in Deya on the Spanish Mediterran- ian. They plan to come here often and consider their home in Onalaska a vacation hide-a-way. Mr. Baxter graduated from Centralia high school and is studying art in Portland. He is a painter and will teach after completing his education. Mrs. Baxter, who writes under the name of Angela Tonks, was born in the midlands of England and has spent as much of her adult life as possible in travel. This new novelist admits that at a very, early age she began writing "dreadful poetry and all sorts of nonsense." Now her second book and first to be published seems on its way to a literary jackpot, having been published last, October in England by Victor and now in America by A. A. Knopf of New York. About Mrs. Baxter's new book and the one in the making, she explained her ideas come from a sense she has that everyone lives within his own world with different realities that can be mutually destructive while trying to be constructive. This thinking is one Rtctlvcs Birthday Call Mrs. Faye E. Tongate, Chehalis, was the recipient of a telephone call from her daughter, Anne- Newberry, Paris, France, wishing Mrs. Tongate a "Happy Birthday" Sunday. Anne is with the foreign service of the U. S. Government and has been in Paris a year. She will be with the foreign service for another year and upon completion of the year will receive a six week vacation to the United States. Read The Chronicle Classified! Why "Good-Time Charlie" Suffers Uneasy Bladder Unwise eating or drinking may b« « ;ource of mild, but annoying bladder in-i- -ations--making you feel restless, tens', and uncomfortable. And if restless nights, with nagging backache, headache or muscular aches nnd pains due to over-exertion, strain or emotional upset, are adding to your misery--finn't wait--try Doan's Pills. Doan's Pills net 3 ways for speedy re- ief. 1--They hnvc n. soothing effect on iilarlder irritations. 3-A fast pain-reliev- nK action on nagging backache, headaches, muscular acht-i and pains. 3 -- A wonderfully mild diuretic action thru the Sidneys, tending to increase the output oi the 15 miles of kidney tubes. So, get the same happy relief millions have enjoyed for over 60 years. New, large, economy lize oaves money. Get Down's Pill* todtyj Mrs. Wesley Baxter of the main interests of this many- sided writer who has turned out travel articles for publication; has been a caption writer, secretary and-teacher, engaged in interior decorating, ran textile showrooms and arranged displays in England; and during World War II worked in the London ambulance service. She always writes a first draft in long hand; follows that by copying the work next day on a typewriter, she says. Mr. Baxter and Angela Tonks, then a vacationing-secretary, met on the Spanish Island of Formen- eipecially for wothmi , broi, foundation garment], iwim- Lailit lift preserve* erigina! iinngrh cf elcitlc, preitoi ftflure-meldlnfl quality of flormtnii. PHONE SH 8-4233 FOR AN APPOINTMENT HAIR STYLING SALON 870 Market St.--CHEHALIS--Phone SH 8-4233 · Open Thunday Ercningi Until 9 p.m. · HELENA'S Al and Anne Helena 314 N. 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