The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington on November 25, 1970 · Page 5
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The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington · Page 5

Centralia, Washington
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Wednesday, November 25, 1970
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Clean Piano Keys DEAR POLLY -Mrs. II H wanted to know how to remov marking pen ink from her pian k*ys. I want to tell her of m experience. My sister wrote o »y piano keys. After tryins everything I could think of wil no success, I tried a typewrite eraser and it worked.-L C C - - s M. H. to try lemon extract for removing the marking pen ink from her piano keys as r e m o v e s ballpoint ink Sometimes I have bad to iw a dropper, from a nose-dio bottle, and let it drip on the spot until it dried. This wa no liquid got between the keys Good luck. - MRS. G.S. DEAR GIRLS - Mrs. M. H did not say whether her pian keys were ivory or plastic s that leaves us all a bit in the dark. Regardless of what the tops are, extreme care must be taken to avoid too muc moisture or the (op may be loosened from the key block I did not have ivory to try these remedies but used heavy whit plastic like that on piano key and the eraser worked like charm. Being out of lemo extract, I used real lemon juice which also worked, as di rubbing alcohol which 1 trie since only last week I ha accidentally dropped some o a page of typing and ever trace of the typing disappeare where the alcohol touched il - POLLY Polly's Problem DEAR POLLY -I am making a quilt that will be se together with solid-oft'jr blocks on which I wish to trans [e designs for quilting. What ca I use to make designs that wi show as little as possible whe the quilt is finished? I have ha no success with chalk and perforated pattern and I fc-a carbon paper would show to much. -- JIRS. J. H. DEAR POLLY -Often w v make a mistake when typin to find it difficult to make a erasure on carbon copies done on onionskin paper. The leas bit of pressure with the erase makes a hole. I have found tha it works for me to put a piece of that magic transparen gummed tape on the reverse side of the paper, just unde where I am going to erase and I have never had a pape tear while doing this. This tape is invisible on the reverse side - F.E. DEAR POLLY - I sugges that new teachers be prepare! with aytei net to remove .crayon marks, a dull knife to - r e m o v e staples, pliers for contrary zippers. -- L.M.P. Flower-Fresh! Printed Pattern LOOK FRESH as a flower garden in this charming skimmer. Embroider vivid flowers on one version. Another with co sleeves, so embroidery. Printed Pattern 9160: NEW Misse-s' Sizes 8, 10, 12, H, 16, 18. Size 12 (bust 34) lakes IV4 yards 50-inch. Transfer. SEVENTY - FJVE CENTS for each pattern -- add 25 cents for each pattern for Air Mail and Special Handling. Mail order to Pattern DepL 232 West ISth St., New York. N.Y. JOOJ1 Print NAME, ADDRESS with ZIP, SIZE and STYLE NUMBER. NEW Fall - Winter Pattern Catalog. 1M dynamic designs. Free Pattern Coupon. 50c. INSTANT SEWING BOOK sew today, wear tcmmomw. $1. INSTANT FASHION BOOK What-to-wear a n s w e r s , accessory, figure tips! Only $1. A Marian Martin feature. The Daily Chronicle, CentraUa - Cbenalis, Wash. 456. Two Chehalis Girls Are Among 35 State Youths Slated To Attend National 4-H Club Congress iH TSAIir Dl luise i t. · TM By ANN TROUT BLINKS Vfomtn't Editor Th« Daily Chronicle Two Lewis County girls will join some 35 other Washington Slate 4-H members Friday for a trip to Chicago and the National 4-H Club Congress Nov. 28 to Dec. 3. The Congress which opens Saturday evening with a get-acquainted party will draw some 2,000 H Club youths and their chaperones. Attending from Lewis County will be Miss Karen Kostick, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Kostick, Chehalis, selected for her sewing projects, and Miss Lorna Smith, daughter of Mr. and Sirs. Don L. Smith, Cbehalis, for her achievement m swine projects. Cnapercnes Named ... Chaperoning the Washington State delegation which leaves Sseattle-Tacoma Airport Friday will be three county extension a g e n t s , Deane Johnson, C h e h a l i s ; Mrs. Bertieann Levings, Kelso, and Jim Klin« Montesano, and Mrs. Maf^! K o n h , pjilman, district program leader in human resources for the Extension Service. Johnson said, "boys and girls are selected to attend the Ccngress on the basis of their achievement in 4-H projects based on longtime records Particularly in Washington State selection often envolves an activity such as dress review, meal preparation, interviews." Theme for the Congress this year is "\y e Care," Youths will participate in traditional activities such as a pop concert given by the Chicago Symphony Orchestra conducted by Arthur Fiedler, banquets and Sorority Holds Ritual Ritual was held for Mrs Marge Trectlage, a Jransfe from Minnesota, and a Chinese auction at the Nov. to meetini of Gamma Rho Chapter of BeL Sigma Phi. Mrs. Sharon Mullins of Centralia was hostess. Preparations for the floa were made and for a bake sale Hooey from the recent rum mage sale went to the Child Health Council. Additional salad cookbooks were ordered and a Christmas party was scheduled Dec. b with the exemplar chapter. A »t!uck dinner is planned. Attending were Mrs. Me Ditch, Mrs. Gary Fossum, Mrs !arrell Frost, Mrs. Ken Helgeson, .Mrs. Steve Jones Mrs. Rich Judson, Mrs. Harol Taylor, Mrs. A! Willson, Mrs Jave Larson, Mrs. Bill Lohr Vrs. Jack Nehring, Mrs Dous Otterson, Mrs. .Marge Trcn- lage, Mrs. Al Wessilius and the lostess. Aumans Go To Family Reunion Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Auman f Onalaska have returned from he 30th Andrew Auman reunion t Whyoot, N.C. Approximately "c persons in the clan of over aOO attended the reunion and ucnic. Mrs. Auman, 77, won the onor of being the oldest woman resent and she and her «5band shared the honor of ·laving traveled the greatest istance. It was the first family reunion the Leslie Aumans have tiended. luncheons and will have an opportunity to visit the Int e r n a t i o n a l Livestock Exposition, the Museum of Science and Industry, the Field Museum of National History and the Art Institute. W. F. West Graduates Both Miss Kostick and Miss Smith are 1970 graduates of W. F. West High School, Chehalis, 'and are now students at Centralia College. They are members of the North Fork Busy Belles 4-H Club. In addition Miss Smith undertook her swine projects as a member of Logan Hill Headiiners 4-H Club. Miss Kostick won the Lewis County and Washington S t a t e dress reviews with a vinyl maxi coat she will model in the National Dress Review Tuesday noon in Chicago. She will compete with some 50 other young women for one of six $600 scholarships given by Simplicity Pattern Company. Selection of a dress review winner is based on construction, See us fw prempl ind cow. lews service h filling your prescription!. GARRISON'S REXALL DRUGS Cenfralia -- Chehalis Ovtr On* Million Prescriptions Filled By Our D«p«nd. ablt and Quality Pharmacfes. WE WILL NOT BE UNDER. SOLO IK OUR AREAI FREE DELIVERY modeling skills and long-time records in clothing, Johnson explained. He added, "each item counts one-third of the score." Miss Kostick has completed seven sewing projects. years of la addition to her clothing projects Miss Kostick has participated in foods and junior leadership projects. She has competed at the Southwest Washington Fair, the state 4-H Fair at Puyallup and tie Winlock community fair. Miss Smith will compete for one of six $600 scholarships in Swine Achievement at the 4-H C o n g r e s s . The Swine Achievement is sponsored by the M o o r m a n Manufacturing Company of Quincy,' III. On the national level Uiis award is based on record books and personal interview, Johnson explaised. Projects Detailed included projects in foods and clothing, veterinary science sheep, crafts, junior leadership and home improvement. As part of her swine achievement Miss Smith showed toe champion Duroc pig at the Auburn Livestock Show for two years. She has cared for three sows which have produced numerous piglets the past five years. la addition to the Auburn Show Miss Smith has entered tie Southwest Washington Fair, Giays Harbor Fair, the state 4-H Club Fair at Puyallup and fte Winlock community fair. She received third place for livestock judging at the P-I (Pacific-fnternational) Fair in Portland this fall. Both girls summed up their 4-H experience as Miss Kostick said, "I think it is good experience, I've learned a lot 1 wouldn't have without projects, . nuu*\M* i nave n*ulVU[ prPKJCIS -Mas Smith has participated I .learned to sew younger than swine projects for five years. 1 1 probably would have other- addition her 4-H wor h wise" Holly and noble fir wrejths are available from Lemon's Beach Orthopedic Guild of Tacoma. this year to make Christmas shopping a pleasure for personal, business or thank- you gifts and to make a perfect holiday (rimming for the home. For the 21st consecutive year, guild members are taking orders for professionally made wreaths and cut holly at prkes which include shipping charges for gift boxes mailed in the forty-eight states. Boxes to Alaska and Hawaii must go by air mail at a slight additional cost. All proceeds from the guDd's project are applied to the operation and maintenance of the Mary Bridge Children's Hospital of Tacoma. Mail ordei* may be sent to Mrs. Arthur Turner, 9214 West CWF Has Discussion The Christian Women's Fellowship of the First Christian Church, Chehalis, met in November with the Lyuette Russell Group as hostess. Mrs. Harold Borovec opened the meeting with a poem. Tne worship, "Working Together With Him" was conducted by Mrs. Grant Gleason. Dr. BasU Holt led a panel discussion for the program Other panel members included Airs. Al Mathews, Mrs Ray Sabin Mrs. Victor Smith and Mrs. Julia Moore. Reports ca group activities were given and plans made tor A-nnstmas decorating of the Oiurch. A report was also given on the-recent bazaar. Miss Karen Kosliclf, left, and Miss Lorna Smith, both of Chehalis, have been selected on the basis of their Ions-lime 4-H Club records in clothing for Miss Kostick and swine achievement for Miss Smith as delegates Jo the Na- tional 4-H Club Congress in Chicago, III., Nov. 2* - Dec. 3. Some Z,«0 «-H Cfub members and their chaperones from across the country will attend the Congres:. -- Chronicle Staff Pholo THIS YEAR GIVE GOOD LISTENING You Con Give Gift Certificates . . . Any Amount. You Con Take Up To 2 Yeori To Pay. Yog Con Give Yeor'j Supply of Batteries. - Pay Monthly - ·k You Can Give Ear Molds, if You Con Give Year's Supply of X-WAX. * * You Can Ju$f Gire Good Listening. Christmas Orders Must Be In By December 16th We Give Free Hearing Tests At Your Home Or Our Office iewit County's First FULL-TIME Hearing Aid Center DAVii WILDER Hearing Aid Specialist Twin City Hearing Aid Center Member «f Hearing Aid Dealers ef Washington Dedicated to Ethitat Strvic* to H* Hard of Hearing. The Doily Chronicle, Wednesdoy, Nov. 25, 1970 WOMEN'S News Page tally Activita - * CW» * Social Events Women's News Department^ Dial 73-33U, 743-3311 Ann Trout Blinks, Women's News Editor Orthopedic Guild Sells Wreaths And Greenery 31st, Taeoma, Washington 83K6 until Dec. 8, or call Mrs. Donald R. Williams, LO 4XW90 or Mrs. Jan Barmore, LO 4-»W. Toledoan Marries In Utah A home in Olympia is being made by Mr. and Mrs. John Michael Miller who were married Oct. 6 at the Church of Jesus Christ of the Latter Day Saints in Logaa, Utah. The former Miss Kristine Sickles is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Oran Sickles of Toledo. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. John Miller of Philadelphia, Pa. The bride is a graduate ot Toledo Hgh School and Lee's Beauty School in Lacey. Miller w a self-employed roofing contractor in Olympia, The couple was honored at a reception Oct. 17 at the LDS Church in Toledo. Soroptimist Sees Slides Mrs. Robert Kennicott of Chehalis told of her travels to Australia and showed slides at the meeting earlier this month of the Centralia-Chehalis Soroptimist Club. Sixteen members and three guests, Mrs. Kennicott, Mrs Robert L. Roison and Mrs. John Alexander, attended the dinner meeting at Mary McCrank's Shamrock Inn. Miss Katherine Kemp was program chairman. Children's Society Meets Members of Star Bright C h a p t e r , Children's Home Society of Washington, met at the borne of Mrs. Charles Lidberg, Chehalis, tor their November meeting. Mrs. M a r v i n 'Jamerson reported on the Tacoma meeting of West Central Branch Council of Chapters when she represented the local chapter. Mrs. Elmer Field, president, reported the doll renovation project has been completed, »nd the second order of canned c a n d y is available for distribution. Members voted to have a dinner party on Dec. 15 at the Lewis-Clark Hotel instead of a business meeting that month. The remainder of the evening was spent stuffing envelopes for a fund-raising project. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Carl Hemenway and Mrs. Gordon Graham. Getting Around Mrs. John A. Walker of Ridgeville, Conn., has been in Centralia to visit her mother, Mrs. Leo Reilly. Mrs. Walker is the wife of Capt. John A. Walker, 747 flight engineer trainer for a major airline. Also visiting in the Reilly home was another daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Anderson and daughters Sally and Jeannie of Gig Harbor. Calendar CHEHALIS Friday Charity Rebekah Lodge 3 8 p-m., IOOF ball. CENTRALIA Friday Cents-Ante TOPS Club, 9 a.m., St. Mary's Catholic Church C. C. D. Center. AVIN6S QUILTED NYLON ROBES R«gu!or $7.99 quilted nylon robes. 100% polyester C ["" Q Q shell ... Woltz length in choice of colors Solids «P \ O O or print patterns, 12 to 18 sizes. ^J SKIRTS AND PANT-SKIRTS Group of famous maker junior skirts and ponf/ t ["" Q O skirts in plaids. Limited quantify of these early -4 ^V O O foil patterns. Values to $13. ^ J NYLON TRICOT SLIPS Wonder maid slips in white and colors! Reg. $4.50 to $6.00 values in proportioned sizes. Fine quality at savings. WHITE "SISSY" BLOUSES Values to $8 in famous moker loce trim white sissy, blouses. Easy core cotton blend in several styles. LET US HELP YOU WITH YOUR HOLIDAY SHOPPING NEEDS! USE YOUR "EC" CREDIT! OPEN FRIDAY UNTIL

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