The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington on July 21, 1959 · Page 4
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Centralia, Washington
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Tuesday, July 21, 1959
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The Doily Chronicle, Tuesday, July 21, 1959 aita Chronicle WOMEN'S PAGE CENTRAL;A--DIAL PE 6 3311 CHEHAUS-- DIAL SH 8 3311 The class of 1984 of Rochester ' h'2h school gathered Saturday Luncheon Honors Daughter Mrs Harry E Elmquist enter- ta'ned at a reunion luncheon Thursday m her Centralia home for her daughter, Mrs Harvey G Anderson, Oswego, Ore Inuted guests were Mrs Daud Thomas, Los Angeles, Mrs Tom Snvlh Okinawa, Mrs Warren Sullivan and Mrs Ralph Madsen Mrs Smith recently returned from Okinawa and is \isitmg her parents Mr and. Mrs McKee An 'derson of Waunch Prairie. Citizens Hold Flower Show ; The Senior Citizens fellowship · of Ihe First Baptist church held ·their annual flower show on Thursday at the church. Color pictures were taken of the-,display and prizes' were awarded. Winners were Mrs. Herbert Johnson,'miniature arrangement; · Miss Dorothy Gilmore, mixed roses; Mrsl Kale Mayberry, sweet peas, Mrs Bertha Cluney, mi\ed bouquet, Mr T E Carlright original theme, Mrs A E Row swell, potted plant, Mrs.' Herbert' Johnson, pansies; Mrs. W. I. Keen, old-fashioned bouquet, Mrs J A Chapman, ·full bloom roses; Mrs. Stella ·liulse, while and blue arrange- merft; Mrs. Miriam Golesby, unusual potted plant The smaller arrangements were used to decorate the tables where the dessert was served. The flowers were shaped among the group arid'.-taken: to friends in "the nursing homes Branch Gets Branch CHARLOTTE, N C (AP) - A branch bank here is getting a branch of its own i First Union National Bank officials say their plaza branch in a suburban area has outgrown its confines So a small structure with two dnve-!n windows is to be constructed just around the corner. Rochester^Class of 1934 Meets for First Reunion nigh* for the first time since they gMHialed 25 jears atio y Tte reunion was held at the St Helen's hotel in Chehalis A short business meeting was corducted bv Mi John Tapio, who was the sen'0 r class i president It,was vol- e'd lo ha\ e another reunion in five years A 7 o'clock banquet -was serv*d to class members,_ their Inlands and wives Mr Joe Ele- heimo was master of ceremonies for the evening Those attending ware Mrs Ed el Chris lensen Key-j ser t Ycalot Mr and Mrs Alf Bowman (Gunhild Carlson and daughter, Anacortes, Grant Lewis, San Diego, Calif, Mr and Mr:, Joe Eleheimo, Vancouver, Mantyla, Sealt'e, Mr and ~ id (Ellen Mr and Wendell Anderson), Ofympia, Mrs Fred Watkinj man), Seattle, Mr. 'ami Mrs Karle Johnston, Taeema, Mr', and ? Wayne Miugrfve (Fearl An»-\ood), Olytnpia; Mr and Mrs Roy Magauson Myrtle Fors), Seattle;' Mr and Mrs Kennel}/ Mills (Edna McCash,, Ro-' ch«sler, Mr and' Mr*, Howard Anderson, Seattle, Mr and Mrs Ross Hulfaker, Xennrwick; Mr. and Mrs John Benson ((Lealha Rui'cdge), Olympiad Mr Claude Phillips, Littlerock; Mr and Mrs Albin Nelson, Olympia; John Ta P'o, Rochester; Mr and Mrs Her- nck Fox (Esther Mattson), Port \ngeles, Roy Holm, Bremerton, Mr and Mrs Frank Parosa (Norma James, Olympia, Mr. and Mis Pete ensen, Seattle, Mr and Mrs Elmer Strand, Olym pi«, and Mr and Mrs Clyde Taylor (Lily Hanson), Raymond Mrs. Alex Coburn Joins Sisters At Reunion Event A family reunion, was held at th« Oakvllle home of Mrs. Anna Schuli on July 10. Five generations were represented at th« reunion and shown are Mrs. Anna Schuli, her daughter, Mrs. Alma Rietdorf, of Neilton, granddaughter, Mrs'. Dorothy Husko, great- granddaughter, Mrs. Gwen Towlertori; both frem Dexter, Ore., and great-great-granddaughter 3-month-old Donna Lynn Towlertori. -Hartley Photo. Library Scene for Exhibit Wesley E. Baxter, Portland artist. is exhibiting oaintings in Chehalis Public Library. Sixteen oils are shown, all of which Mr. Baxter painted in Spam during a three year period of European study TV artist was impressed with the brilliance and prevalance of flower gardens in Spam and made flowers the subject for several canvasses One of the sliongest pictures shown is "Flower Worn an" which depicts a woman of queerly grace and strength seat «i on her flower stall, book in Columbia was ruled by Spain for 300 years Slim, Young Shape Printed Pattern hand, awailing customers There is a glimpse of Deya" the isle of Majarca, and s view of. the clear jade green Medi terranean In, "Boats in La Sa* n n, ome'of Follow the STRAIGHT line to. Some'of the other stibjecis 'are Crucifixion, Vicente's House, The Fisherman, Formen- tsiw, Blue Gates,- Spanish Dancers. Almond Trees, Palm Trees and The Woods. ..Mi. Baxter was born in Cor valUs Ore He spent his early school years in Cenlralia, gradu a'tinj'from Centralia high school le i? married lo Angela Tonk vhose book "Mind Out of Time" was published by Alfred Knopf, s'ew York, this year. The Bax- ers spend short vacation periods in their cottage in Onalaska which is .close by the home of the artists' parents', Mr. arid Mrs. Masey Baxter. Currently Mr. Baxter is working for his Bachelor of Arts degree (Art Education) at Portland State College. He expects to enter the teaching profession. Earlier the- artist studied·' at Portland Art Museum, California School of Fine Arts. : and Grand Chaumier'' in -Paris, France. His work has been exhibited in London ('London group show, Piccadilly; .also in Palmade Mal- larea, Spain 1953-54. For (he past threo years:he has exhibited in the annual Oregon artists show at Portland Art -.Museum. The paintings will be In: the' library, until'Sept.- l-ahd'Tnay be viewed . at regular library hours 1?. to 9 p.m. Monday -through Thursday; 12 lo 6 p.m. Friday and 11. to 6 Saturday. Pool Is Birthday Party Setting Mrs. Alex Coburn, : Chehalis, spentThursday, Friday anrt Saturday of last week in Portland at the home ot her sister, Mrs. Jack-Gordon, and also took p;iri in a family reunion when six sisters of the of the Caravath fam ily met for the first time in 11 years. Meeting at the home of Mrs. Gordon, who is execut.'.ve secretary ol the Board o Missions of the Congregational cluirch of Ihe Pacific Islands, Honolulu, Hawaii, b»l- maintains her home in Portland, were Mrs Walter E Revo, San Diego, Calif.; Mrs. Earl Grow, Enid, Mont.; Mrs. Martin E. Van de Mark, world lecturer and traveler who recently returned fiom Beirut, Lebanon, Mrs Ben O Lee, Billings, Mont, and Mrs- Coburn. The group spent the three days visiting, taking pictures and also Nye Picnic Was Sunday The annual Nye picnic \\ as held Sunday at the Sunshine Hall at Grand Mound with Mr. and Mrs. Carl Wagner as host and hosless Tne day v,as spent in playing garre* and taking pictures of the visiting families. Present were. Miss .Ada .Nye, Mr and Mrs Stanley Nje, Mr anH Mrs Harry Lee, Richard, Jane, Tommy, Roger and Ronnie Wagner, all of Cenlralia;. Mr. arid Mrs Don Nye, Hood sport, Mr and Mrs Dale Njc, Wendy and ·Danny, Larry Chamberlin,' She! ton; Mrs. Waller Pope, Mrs.. Carl Esswin, Mr. atld Mrs. L. Ross maier Sr., Rochester; Mr.: and Mrs: Roland Gerth, G:-eg,- Allen and Susan, Tacoma; Mrs. .Maude Gerth, Mr. and Mis. /Arthur Sharp, Steve, J i m ' Rossmaier Olympia; Mr. and Mrs. Gene Nye ' ' si.«nt some time at Seaside, Ore Sunday the Alex Coburns en terlained at their Offut Lake horns for a family picnic end swim mmg Present -for Ihe Sunday, affair were Mr and Mrs R E Browr, Chillm ock, B C , Mr and Mr= H. S. Byslfom, Paulsbo; Guy Fowler." Portland, Ore.; Mr.-''and Mi-s: Robert Jansson and family, Newport, Mr. and Mrs. George Homer and family; Forest Grove, Ore,; Ihe Rev. and Mrs. Howard Fowler,- Vicalia, Calif.; Mr -and Vis Lee, Billings, M o n t ; Mrs Revo, San Diego; Calif;; Mrs. Grow,' Enid, Mont.; Mr. and Mrs. W I 1 am A Wieder and famly, Pe'hngham, Shirley \\1eder, Seat tie, and Mr; and Mrs. Murray Coburn and family, Caroline Scherer; Mr. and Mrs. David Stinson and family arid the'Coburns, all of Chehalis. The Centralia Swimming Pool was the scene Friday noon of a s-'irpiise birthday party for one of te poo' staff, Kathy Khng Thr. birthday cake, complete wil'i 15 candles, which wa baked by Mrs. Waldo Roberts: was presented to Kathy by Robert (Butch)'Roberts to the strains of Happv Birthday to You" sung in five'different' keys by.'five different lifeguards. Cake, ice cream and pop were served lo'-Malt Pavalunas, 'Earl Norman, iBulch Roberts,.Barbara Lady Marines Pick Mrs. Petra Mrs.i James Pelra rej'.irned to her Chehalis home Friday eve- ning'following a trip to San Francisco, Calif.,'where she attendee a reunion o f ' t h e . \Vomen's Ma. rine Corps. Mrs^ Petra left.'Chehalis July 14 to attend the event, the first reunion of the West Coast Base Marine Corps · in 16 years! From approximately 250 former Marine-!'present, Mrs. Pelra was ,um,v ^ ^TM-- .selected as western Washington spring - it's fashion's' smartest! representative and Mrs. S a 11 y So flattering to half . squared collar narrows itrim skirt slims hipline. Printed. · Pattern 9182: Swinehart, Spokane, was named eastern Washington representative for the state of Washington. Half All former .Marines may con- .sizes 1414...16V4, 18V4,'.20«, 22'/i, 24'/i. Size 16',4 requires 3% yards 35-inch fabric. . , Printed directions on each, pal- tern part. Easier, accurate. Send Sflc in coin (ho stamps, please) for Pattern, with Name Address, SLyle Number arid Size. Address PATTERN .BUREAU, The Dally Chronicle, Pearl and Maple, Centralia, Wash. FOR THE ll's hard to Vcecp up hop* when you ar« hungry. Prayer can feed ihc soul, but Ihe body must be fed with food. Today, throughout Ihe o\ct seas world, there are · hundreds of thousands of hungry and .homeless men, women and chiJdren.Thdy- have nowhere lo go. far too little to eat. ', Helplhem Xtepbboy arid soul together. ' You can serve your fellow man in · need by contributing to t tie overseas aid ; 1 proEfams of your faith. In thit World ' Refuge* Year help ahc new hop*, new ' Hife, to Ihe thousands who hive no one to look |o bui you. s BIVE THROUGH YOUR FAITH! PMI»rANT-OM tnitlbwrl Midif '- ,'cWHOUC-KllWft' hlH* fwt. Fublitlttd at it fi^ti/i^ itwttt I'M Th« Daily Chrwiiclt C«i(rtll*-Ch*h«IU tact Mrs. Pelra or Mrs. Swinehart for further information pertaining lo the Corps as the group made plans to hold a reunion every fourth year. '· ' Stewart; .Bob' Pavalunas, 'Elixa- th Van Doren'and.the giiest of nor T!it final honor for Miss Kling was to be tossed in the pool. Officers Seated New officers were inslalled SaU urday evening when the Disabled American Veterans auxiliary met in the headquarters. Installed were Mrs: Virgil Dwyer, commander, Olympia; Mrs. Ann Rogers, senjor vice commander; Mrs. Bertha Mars, junior vice commander, and Mrs.', 'Louisa. Rennn, treasurer, all of Centralia. Mrs. Frank GoldsbyJ will he installed as chaplin at the next meeting Aug. 14. ' '. Mrs. Virgil Dwyer served luncheon to members, after'the ceremony. Past'. commander, Mrs. Robert O'Dell was the installing officer. . ' "··:':-v.' ; Hospital Ghpnge Set WALLA WALLA- -(AP) -- The Veterans hospital here is scheduled to be changed from a facility for tubercular patients to a general medical and surgical unit. The planned change · was announced by the Veterans Administration in Washington, D. C., Monday, and relayed to The Associated Press Jn Spokane by Sens. Henry M. -Jackson and Warren Magnuson (D-Wash).' , The senators did not say when the change is to lake effect. . Cheryl and Karen,. Mrs. Judson Lews and John. Vancouver, Mrs Rulh Nouise, Mrs. Margaret Fos le'r, Mrs. Eleanor Schwalan, Wis consin; Mr. and Mrs. Don Mill Mike and Shwan, Mr. and Mrs Soderland... and two daughters Seattle; Mr. and Mrs.-John Hum bird, Vancouver, B. C.; Mr. and Mrs. L. Rossmaier Jr., Margaret Dav d Valley of Matlock Horn* for Reunion Roy Hall, a San Francisco at torney and son of Mrs. R. E Waldo, 717 J street, Centralia flew to Centralia over Ihe week end to greet his former class mates of CHS during the reunion Also visiting in Cenlralia wer Mrs. Waldo's-other son r arid fam ily, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ha" and daughters, from Elmendor Air Force Base in Alaska. Mr Hall, is assistant director of th base schools. Roy Hall left Sunday by plan for San Francisco and Robei and his family are leaving Tuei day for Alaska. RATED No. 1959 FRIGIDAIRE WASHERS AND DRYERS OFF! on any pair $349.95 up (}SO Off on Any Drytr, r S*m« en any W«iher) NO $ NEEDED FEW ? A.WEEK BUYS We'ri closing out th* fa- mbu '5? m«d«ls to mik« room for th» 1MO'». This li it . . . we can |et no more, » hurryl . 'FVTD A CW I IVA Frigidaire Refrigerator Summer SPECIAL O1O' 5 Hug* 11 u, ft. ..'... Ait 7 Read Tlie Chronicle Classifieds Glamor on tr* B«ach -- Sht protects h»c eye^ with th«t« fashion abl* wnalatMS in bold black nylon, fraims, a perfect complement t* th* fane/ beach hat that keeps her head cool as she soaks up the sun. Glamor Hits the Beach cial glamor and, are so attractive that they, may go from' the beach lo smart, luncheon spots with M (Sower,'. Winioc'kl-are'plaiininJE a fjmily're'unibn'*and .dinner »t Shamrock -Inn, south of,Ch*h'aUs, Veclnesday; f at'rsvhich;' lime^Mrs. GowiVr'will: be^re.uriited^with her sisters and ifarhili^s whom she ha» n,l -seen for. /approximately, M years'.".-:-.- 1 .'' ;;·'[', : - ·.-''· : .Vf:-;. i i;-.-.., Planning' lo 'be.present; for; Ui« laooy occasion will be Mrs. Gwei\ ton and family, Mr. and Mrs. Edmund, Henry, Winlock; Mr; and Mrs.' Eldon Cain, Mrs.'V/Gowr'i daugbler and : husband,'"Forest Grove,' Ore:; Mrs.;,Gower's,'si»-" lei, Mrs.: Tom Ham,. and!;Mr». Hato.'s family, Mr, and Mrs. Ear! Ham -and Mrs, Mabel .Whitaker, all ,,' LOS Angeles,.Calif.,:and an- otte sister, Mrs. S. B. BordeB- kuchei and herfarnily, Mr;-ari« All =. J. R. Bordehkii cher and foiTiily .and MisV Marialjce; Bordenkircher, all of Jennings, Okla. Vacationing' in Hawaii'. . - · Ali-f.:Jack Berry, 603 F .Street, .Centralia and Mr,s Porter Gesler, Sue" and .Tim, also Cenlralia, will spend. a month in Honolulu ani basking in.the spn oh the Waikikl ·Beach-in Hawaii Mrs. Berry will return lo San Francisco and - visit with ..her daugbler, Miss Mary Berry, for two weeks before returning home the end of August. ' Calendar C E N T R A L I A ' W«Jn«d»y Mornlns Salvation Army, Home.league, 10 o'clock, hall W«A»sd«Y Afternoon Better Homes and Garden club, .1 o'clock, ; Mrs. VDP Spicer Wedn*»dsy Evening Rainbow officers practice, 6 ; 3D o'clock, Masonic temple. C H E H A L I S Wednesday Evening Emblem club, 8 o'clock, Elks building. Chehalis Encampment 'No: 97, £ o'clock, IOOF hall. Time was when we couldn't look glamorous on the beach if we planned lo celebrate the outing in safe and sane fashion Newer beauly propos have-changed all that. Instead of greasy sun lotions, unattractive sun shades and ill- filtmg bath lobes all designed to protect us from overdoses of sun, we now have some gay and fashionable clothes and accessories .that give a new look to the.beach. , Plain folk can look as If/they were accustomed lo holidaying on' the ; Riviera, what with- portable beach cabanas and portable cooking units available within Ihe pnce range of most American vacationers. Beach hats have taken,on spe- ease. Some of these have openings at the crown where sun lo lion,., glasses, cleaning tissues, and skm cleaner may be kept conveniently * Sunglass .designers have whipped up eyecatching sl)les This year you are in fashion it your sunglasses . are big, -bold' and round-shaped in black or while nylon frames, the perfect compli" menl, 'tis said, for fanned skin. New oversized biach bags thai tan be; used for everylhing from carrying sandwiches to .toting baby gear are other good bets for picnic convenience These come in handy loo, for weekend trips--easy to pack, easy, to carry and attractive. ANNOUNCING' NEW OFFICES DR. G. E. SAWYER OPENING MONDAY, AUGUST 3 Thl kind of p«oc» cf mind our Sickness and Aeetdtnt plan givis you Our Sickness and Accident fa» surance provides your family with this -(-way protection; (1) payment of"lost hospital Kills; (2) assistance with major medical expenses (3) income to replace timings lost through disability; (4) la'rgt lump $uiA benefits for fatal or crippling injuries. Call us for details. John Benedict INSURANCE AGENCY 204 N. Towtr, C«;Mr«lla . Phone PE «-»14 tnt Hartford Fire Insurance Company Corner Tower Avenue and Pine Streets LES SUCCESS Thii muted grwn pl«ld twe«d suit, with slender ' *nkl-l«ngtft skirt and ihorf but broad-eellir,- ed 'jacket, was previewed In New York on W«jne»day. It w»t designed by Pauline Trigere for the theater. It li worn with white latin blouie »nd whit* gloves. Harriet-Goff -- Corsets 107 S. Tower Centraiia MATCHMAKER imderfashlpns made ot Dilpont'x. Fiber K. Creates a perfect one-ness: Machine washable · and dry .in ' your dfryer.'Small, Medium, Large; .....;...... M.95 Matching Pantie Girdle *8,95 SHARE OUR SUCCiSS...STRIKE IT RICH NOW WITH TOP TRADE-IN ALLOWANCES...LOWEST FIRST COST! · Everyone knows that Rambler sales are breaking all records. And right now you can share Rambler's auccesa with a never-lo-be-equalled \ .allowance for your present car. You'll strike it rich with a brand new Rambler I ·*"__ Sov« from $13 J to $209 on Sedans, Hardtopi! Based, on manufacturers' suggested prices for com- p*rdbl» models. Big 6-passeriger room, easiest puking. ' STRIKE IT RICH k _ Save up to $500 - on Sicrlioa Wagontl R a m b l e r A m e r i c a n :» lowest-priced of the three beat-sellihg itation wagon m*ke«; by' better than f 500. Full 5- STRIKE IT RICK!, Save op to $776 on Rambler Trade-In Value! Rambler has the highest resale value of all low- priced cam Offers Single Unit Conatnic-' tion*, Deep-Dip Rustproofing. "^ Save on f very AW* You Dr/'vef Rambler U America 1 ! le- cognizcd Economy King. Rambler 6 holds the official: NASCAR Los 'Angeles to New York economy records for U5.-built can 36.88 M.P.G. with overdrive . . . 32.09 M.P.G. with automatic transmission. ·TRADEMARK AMERICAN MOTC4S Hurry In STRIKE IT RICH! STRIKE IT RICH! BONANZA DAYS CAN SAVE YOU HUNDREDS OF DOLLARS! RAMBLER 3RD IN SALES NATIONALLY IN JUNE FLASH! HOWARD H. HUTCHINS RAMBLER J002 Grind ' I 6-9306, Centralia

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