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   Centralia Chronicle Advertiser (Newspaper) - May 8, 1936, Centralia, Washington                               FACE TWO CENTRALIA CHRONICLE ADVERTISER Friday, May 8, 1936 ONALASKA Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Wilson of Hollywood are visiting the teller's parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Bu- cfuuian. The T.Y.P.A. and T.N.T. clubs sponsored a potluck supper and stork shower in honor of Mis. Chris Hcnrickscn at the liomc of Mrs. M. E. Jeffries on Carslslc avenue Wednesday evening. Tlie honored guest was presented with basketful of lovely gifts. Those present were Mcsdnmes Mildred Griffith, Elva Jeffries, Stella Jn- cobson, Martha Wolf, Kathrycne Henricksen, Esther Littleton, Caro- lyn .Hackctt, Mcvcrt Peterson, Jo- sephine Chcc-emaii, Vern Regan, Barbara Bicker, Cora Cheeseiiuin, Jacque Morgan, Kiilhrync Powell, Bessie Buchannn, Lcla Buchanan and the honor guest. Mrs. Hattle Sherman has rc- mrnDd- home nfler spending sev- eral weeks her daughter at Longvlcw. Mr. snd Mrs. Roy Stone went to National last Sunday to wend ihe day with Mr. nnd Mrs. M. E. Case nnd Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hamreus. Misses Helen Kwapil and Hd'di'S Hunsen went to Scuttle over tin: Yrek end. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Kelly spent Sunday in Wlnlocfc with Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Cray. The sewing club of the Hobekah lodge mcl at the home of Mrs. Emma Johnson '.vcek. The aJ- ternoon was spent working on a quilt. A delicious lunch was served late in the afternoon to Mcs- clames Evelyn Brodbeck, Bessie Morrison, Mildred Workman, Mary Cholnierc, Lollta Temple, Mary Hownrd and tlie hostess. Wednesdny afternoon Mrs. Wal- ter Clmppol] nnd Mrs. Boyd Chnp- pi'll entertained with a stork show- er in honor of Mrs. Lawrence Roe. The lovely party included Rifts lor the baby and the mother. Lunch was served at a large table gay with spring flowers and lighted la- psm. Those present were Mesdamcs jay Kankin, Mansnn Miller, Jim Hnrtles, Charles Brabham, R. M. Andrus, Violet Chappcll, Edna Madden, Gertrude Andrus and the two hostesses. The new baby was born Monday, April 27, in n Che- halls hospital. Both mother nnd son arc fine and the little fellow will answer to the name of Law- rence Eldon Roc. Bill Bodda received a pnlnful In- jury to his foot In an accident in tlie woods last week. Mrs. P. J. Rcfjan and Mrs. C. H. Secoy left Monday morning to attend the state convention ol the. P.T. A. In Tacoma. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Reed and family went to Portland over the week end to visit friends nnd rela- tives. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Peterson and son Bobby and Mr. nnd Mrs. Hackelt were dinner guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. Norman Peterson Tuesday evening. A double birthday party was giv- en last Thursday afternoon in honor of Lots Cliappeirs sixth nnd Boyd Clmppcll's, Jr., fifth earies by' their mothers, Mrs. W. IV. Chnppell and Mrs. Boyd pcll. .Games were during the aftcnioon and at a late hour lunch was served at a long table. The 'centerpiece was a large crys- tal 'bowl tilled with yellow nnd white flowers, and there were twi large lighted birthday cakes. Both youngsters received lovely gifts from their little guests. Those pres- ent "were Clarence nnd Winona Lang, June nnd James Hartley, Elizabeth Bishop. Delbcrtu, Norm'n Jean nnd Bobby Biidda, and Cie honored guests. A special Mothers day program will be given at the church Sun- Giant Dahlias Will Grow From Seed TO SECURE THE BEST BLOOMS PINCH OFF THE SIDE BUDS. DAHLIAS MEED SUPPORT. SIX FOOT STAKES OF I'X.7.' MATERIAL ARE ADVISA5LE. Dahlias rank with gladiolus as the most popular plant grown from tender tubers, corms, etc. They are particularly desirable In the perennial border, where they mny be used In any location calling for tall uj right plants. Plant dahlias at any time after the soil has become warm up to July first. Do not make tlie mis- take of placing dahlias too close together. They make heavy de- plant food. They will not thrive in shade. Preferably place them about four feet apart. Prepare the soil to a depth of at least ten inches. Apply a complete I plant food at the rate of I'our i pounds per hundred square feet and work It into the soil. It .S best If part of the plant food is worked Into the soil that is placed around the tuber. Set the tubers about 0 Inches deep. Cultivate often until Ihe buds appear, to maintain a good mulch. After the buds appear, give only very shallow and light cultiva- tion, or the new tubers will be injured. To secure best blooms, It is ad- visable to permit only the most hmx'y shoot to remain, and when this Is three to four Joints above the ground, pinch out the top, which causes the plant to branch out. Leave the end bud on each branch, but remove the side buds that appear at each set of leaves. Six to eight weeks after plant- ing apply plant food about the plants nt the rate of four pounds per hundred square feet. 'Dig dulilia tubers before the soil freezes. Clean them well and store in shallow boxes of sand in a cool place where they will not freei'.c. Entirely distinct In type nnd size are the comparatively small Colt- ness nnd Unwin dahlias. They are bedding flowers of bright colors BUCODA Mrs. J. A. Johnson Is In an Olympla hospital, where she under- went an operation. Mardonna Stam, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Slam of Is visiting her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Largen. Mrs. C. E. Caverly spent the first of the week In Pe EH. Miss Ellen Robertson spent Sat- urday In Chehalls with Mr. and Mrs. Bert Locke. The last meeting of the Ortho- pedic Auxiliary until September: was held Friday at the city. hall. Blllle Warren and Earl Day of Hoqulam were visitors. at the W. O. Read home Saturday. Mrs. P. J. De Lisle Is attending the state P.-T. A. convention in Tacoma this week. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Burnham spent Sunday at Belmore visiting Mr. ana Mrs. A. E. White. Mrs, Donald De Lisle was in Tacoma the first of the week. Miss Cora Ellen Hart spent the week end In Chehalls with rela- tives. Mrs. F. M. Barney and children of Olympla were here over the week end. Mrs. A. Morgan of Pe Ell was here the last of the week. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Jeffera spent: Sunday In Ryderwood............. Mrs. L. Grove Is.visiting friends In Portland this week. Edward Morsbach of Seattle was1 In town over .the week end. First Stop oif Atlantic Airway. IA, tiny speck In tha vast reaches of the Atlamtc, DarreU's Ber- nuda, Is being converted into a base tor the first stop on the proposed tra'ns-Atlantlc airline modelled after the successful rout-. The Island, pointed out by arrow, Is in Great Sound, near Hamilton Harbor, and will be only four to six from Yon tj plane. tire population of the village, as- sembled at the home of Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Stroupe arid Mrs. H. D. Smith for a farewell party in honor of their departure sons and Mr. and Mrs. Lester De Lisle and son of Seatlle spent Sunday at the F. J. De Lisle and Willis Stroupe homes. Miss Hazel Bronzlni spent the week end with friends hi Centra- mnnds on soil moisture nnd on from seed. mothers Invited and a special In- vitation to Girl Scout and Boy Scout mothers. The North End Sewing club met Wednesdny afternoon at the home of Mrs. B. H. Robinson. Those present were Mrs. Dave Powell, Mrs. Howard Mulkey, Helen Mul- key, Mrs. Carl Nelson, Mrs. Hen- ry Grnbenhoret, Mrs. C. P. Brady, Mrs. Roy Stone, Mrs. Geo. Gra- brlelson, nnd Mrs. Don Dcrmond was a guest. A lovely lunch was served by the hostess. Mrs. Charles Wllman and Mrs. E. A. Klnney went to Grand Mound Wednesday morning to at- tend the funeral of Mi's. Walter Bower, who passed away Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Davis visited Monday and Tuesday with friends here. The home of Mrs. R. E. Kelly wns the scene of a beautiful bride- to-be shower given Wednesday eve- ning in honor of Miss Bertha James, who will be married in June. The rooms were gaily dec- orated in spring flowers. The guests were friends, nnd members of the Eastern Star lodge. Ml.ss James received n large basket filled with beautiful and useful gifts. The En.steni Star, presented her with a coffee .set. Bridge was played during the evening. High score was won by Xoc E. Plants, second high by Mrs. Madeline Nleuwenhuys. Lunch wns served nt the card ta- bles gay with centerpieces of for- get-me-nots and daisies. Favors were baskets of candy. Those pres- (iit to en.hy this happy evening with the bride-to-be were Mlssjs Zoo Plants, Bctte Jnyne Shay, Adeline Kelly, Helen Kwnptl, Her- des Hanson, Evelyn Brodbeck, May nt m. Mcsdnmes A. W. Johnson, Mollle and as easy to grow aa zinnias I J- W- Davis and son visited Mrs. Geo. Mclntlre in Agate Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. L. Hawkins and sons spent Sunday in Centralia, Mrs. K. Miller Is spending this week In Tacoma. A ROOF THAT PAYS FOR ITSELF A roof by the Tacoma Roofing Co. will do it save you enough c :i fuel bills, on added pro- tection from wind, weather, nnd fire, on of guar- anteed' service actually to pay for it- self I Consult us today. We ciin help you solve your roofing problem. THE TACOMA ROOFING AND SUPPLY CO. announces opening of a branch office in Centralin at 104 S. TOWER AVENUE Phone 590 Rcroof and Remodel Now! Wo loan money under tin1 FIIA plan. We finance, our own work. Our -plnn, under FHA, includes loans, without mortE.iECS, arid payments ar> sinall as a monlli. Phone or write to ntnvo address for detailed Information on any kind of improvements or new const ruction. Loans provided for both of activity, PABCO PRODUCTS TACOMA ROOFING and SUPPLY COMPANY Platt, Gertrude Potter, Mabel Bin- Buman, Madeline Nleuwenhuys. Ivy Butz, Ada Brown, Lotta .B. Ward, George James, Clara Reed, V. Wasika. Florence Robinson, Alice Durrcll, Hattle Walters, C. R. Workman, Wm. Morrison, Jack Poore, Charles Shay, Don Dermond and June Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Eddie wolf and daughter Carol spent the week end at Husum with the parents of tlie former. Mrs. Charles Reed was hostess to the T.Y.P.A. club at her home on Central avenue Monday eve- ning. High score was won by Mrs. Josephine Cheeseman. A delicious lunch was served at a late hoiir to Mevert Peterson, Martha Wolf, Katliryne Henricksen, Mary Hen- rlckscn, Elva Jeffries, Stella Ja- cobson, Josephine Cheeseman one the hostess. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. It-win had for their week end guests Misses Dorothea Anderson and Wllma Fague of Estacada, Oregon. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hanefin, Mr. and Mi's. Buck Hardy and L. Rob were Saturday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Norman Peterson on Carlisle avenue. The party at- tended the dance of the Associated Employes held at tlie clubhouse that evening. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Peterson and son Tommy went to Longviev; Sunday to spend the day with Mr. nnd Mrs. T. A. Peterson. Shirley Norman of Wenatchee spent last week visiting with his brothers, Fletcher and Arlo Nor- man of Onalaska, W. H. Norman of Cinebar and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Norman at Alpha. Mrs. N. D. Dye was hostess Thursday at a dinner party In honor of her daughter Beverly's 15th birthday. Placecards marked the places of the six guests. The table wns lovely In colors of yel- low, pink and orchid, carried out in the candles, napkins and favors of tiny dolls dressed In crepe pa- per. The happy little party later attended the show, "The Country Doctor." Those present were Gra- de Allyne, Lorraine Regan, Luciele Wise. Allyn Dye nnd the guest of honor nnd the hostess. Beverly re- ceived some lovely gifts. Mr. nnd Mrs. Carl Sparks and Mrs. Pearl Cleveland of California spent last Sunday in Longvlcw vis- iting with Mr. and Mrs. Harold Sparks. Tlie latter arc former res- Uli-nts of Onalaska. Lay aside material about the house them the dahlias support. ROCHESTER for stakes. You will need .summer conies and or tomatoes require Tender plnnts In flats should be kept away from the hot tun until tlioy are strong, then given the direct light, gradually. r The guest speaker at the P.-T. A., meeting May 6 will be Herbert West, Scout executive Thurston and Mason counties, who will talk 'on. "Recreation '.for Health." The program committee for May is Miss Edna L. Plog arid Miss Marian Cleveland, who will present several interesting musical numbers. This is the last regular meeting of the year and the pres- ident, Mrs. D. W. James, urge's to'attend that plans for next year's work may be outlined. The Commercial club will hold the May meeting in the club rooms May 4, 8 p. m. Important Business topics will be discussed and an- nual election of officers held. The monthly business meeting of for Roy, to make their home with their son, Ralph. Mr. Parish, a railroad man, with Mrs. Parish came to Gate from the middle west in when the town was a thriving railroad center, making their home there continuously and contributing to the general welfare of the community and happiness of the residents in their kindly Interest to all with whom they came in contact. E. P. Smith, son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Ed Smith, pioneer residents of the northwest, and friend of the honor coupte, with .appropriate remarks present- ed them a beautiful floor lamp, a present from the guests. Tears glistened in the eyes of the aged couple as thev graciously accepted the gift and recalled the happy associations about to be severed, for the time being. The children of Mr. arid Mrs. Parish are Floyd, Gate; Mrs. Bessie Rhodes, Duns- muler, Calif.; Ralph, Roy, Ken- neth. Portland, and Claude, St. PaUl's camp. Though well advanced in years, Mr. and Mrs. Parish are fortunate in having good health and their family and friends are antl- ticipating many visits with them. Refreshments were served at the close of tlie evening. Guests in- Creek was an overnight guest at the Kendrlcks home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Hendricks were Sunday dinner guects of Mrs. E. Childers on Lincoln Creek. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Davis had as iheir guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Spear of Centralia. Mrs. Caroline Wendlmg and son, Henry, of Chehalb spent Monday afternoon with Mrs. Ed Neuert. MICHIGAN HILL Black Lake Orange brought the traveling wheel to Michigan Hill last Thursday night, there being a good attendance. The meeting was conducted by the Black Lake Grange and Michigan Hill put on the program for lecturer's hour. There was community singing, three readings, three short skits, a jazz wedding and quartet by the Michigan Hill gang over Michigan Hill broadcasting station KRAZY, closing by singing the song, "Nellie by all on the program. Mr. and Mrs. James McCash and daughter anfl Wm. McCash and Mr. and Mrs. Irve Rector of f Fords Prairie weer among visiting Grangers present. Thurston county Pomona Grange will have a day and night meet- HANNAFORD ing at. Chambers Prairie Orangey hall Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. H. Oearrean of Wapato visltad last week with rel- atives in the valley. They left lor their home Saturday morning. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Poster of Seattle were dinner guests at the Gilkey home Tuesday. Mrs. W. L. Eshom, accompani-' ed by Mrs. Will Dueber and Mrs. C. H. Cobb of Centralia, drove to Winlock Thursday, where they call- ed upon Mrs. M. K. Melloy. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Eshom and family, Mr. and Mrs. Edward To- masheck and son, Arnold, and Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Kerth picnicked Sunday at Offut lake. Mrs. W. L. Eshom called upon Mrs. Chas. Null Sunday, who is Just recovering from the flu. DANS-ON GRAND OPENING Saturday, May 9 Featuring Brad Bannon's ORCHESTRA Direct from a 10 months' en- gagement at Horseshoe Inn. Nine original Artists with sensational Mickey Donahue, dancer. CALVIN Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Hoard were guests Sundy of Mr. and Mrs. Wil- liam Conley of Shelton. Mrs. Hoard spent Tuesday in Chehalis as a guest of Mrs. T. J. White. Mrs.! Laurence Terry and daughter, Miss Joyce of Outlook; Mrs. T. J. White of Chehalls and Mrs. Jerry Driscoll of Centralia spent Friday with Mrs. Hoard. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Morton were dinner guests Thursday evening of Mr. and --Mrs. Virgil Yeager in Centralia. Mr. and Mrs. Wiley Nelson Little Rock spent. Monday with Mr. and Mrs. John Nelson. Mrs. Harry Summer of Central- ia visited here Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Ralph Jones and Mrs. Floyd McElfresh. Ralph Jones and son, Bennie, visited in Centralia Sunday morn- Ing with Mrs. Minnie Jones. Pri- vate Donald Kinder of Fort Lew- is was a dinner guest at the R. Jones home Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. W. Collier of Shel- ton called on Mr. and. Mrs. F. H. Steelhammer Sunday. Mrs. Gus Baker and son, Os- car, of Chehalis spent Monday with Mr. and Mrs. Fred Busek. Mr. and Mrs. 'Chris Aust visite-1 Sunday in South Bend and Ray- Brown, Mr. and Mrs. John Trys- ler, Mr. and Mrs. John Hodges, the Ladies' Air society of the M. Mrs. Victoria Cooper, Mr. and Mrs. E.'church wlir.be held in the.l Ben 'Larson, Leo Nenclne, Mrs. church annex May 7, 2 p. in. An-1 -Julla-Harris, Mr. and Mrs. Edgar eluded: Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Eshom, j with and Mrs._ GUS Mr. and Mrs. Wirk Woods, D. W. J nuar election of officers will take place and work relating to the close of the pastoral year dis- posed of. Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Robertson entertained as dinner guests Sun- Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Docherty and son, of Yclm; Mr. and Mrs. Sam Dougan, Rainier. Miss Gladys Betehart and Miss Eliot Mieken- son, c'nehalis, we're Tuesday din- ner arid overnight guests at the Robertson home. Mrs. Leonard Betts and daugh- Smith, Mrs. R. E. Mills, Mrs. Lyn- sey, Mrs. Lillian JeiJers, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Heck, Mr. and Mrs. J: P. Parish, Mrs. Susan Hendricks. Mrs. Ruby Oliver, John Johnson, Mfs. Lillian Pilcher, Shirley Pierce, Mrs. Anne Magnason, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Hendricksoh, Mrs. Bradford Beaver, Mr. and Mrs. Rueal Coop- _ T i IVJLI. iuiu ivjiis. EI. u. ncnuiluius en I Wlllet, Mr and Mrs. H. D. Smith and families, Mrs. Ida Johnson, ter, Sheila, who formerly lived Mrs1. George Tensley, Mrs. Agata here, returned home to Tacoma Wednesday after an enjoyable vis- it at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Shaffner and other relatives and friends. A large number of Rochester Grange members attended a Grange meeting at Michigan Hill Thursday evening when1 Black Lake presented the traveling wheel to M. H. and conducted their reg- ular meeting. Refreshments were served, followed by dancing. Mrs. Peyton Hoover visited rela- tives in Aberdeen Tuesday. May 1. rural carriers began the arthual 15-day classification and count of all mail handled during this period of time. Tlie home of Mr. and Mrs. Mar- ion Mills was the scene of a de- lightful dinner party Sunday when then: daughter Melba was hon- ,ea on her birthday anniversary. Following the dinner the honor guest received several gifts, but had to seek them in hidden places, much to the amusement of all present. Guests included Mrs. Ruth La Claire and sons, Neil and Billy, Mr. and Mrs. John Weaver ind son J. Wesley, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Mills, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Vlills and children, Virginia, Cor- rine and Audine; lona Cnldwell. Mr. nnd Mrs. Marlon Mills the honor gUesl. Mr, and Mrs. R. B. Parish. Gate, were pleasantly surprised Thurs- day evening when friends mid neighbors, approximately the en- Anderson and sons, Mrs. Lewis, Clara Hodges, Mrs. Earl Hunter and daughters, Gene Christenson. Ausl and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Rose. Mr. and Mrs. R. L, DeHaven nd son, Alvln, of Seal Rock camp on Hood Canal were week end guests at the home off Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Jhn West of Chehalis were guests Sunday afternoon at the Smith I: home. Mr. and Mrs. OrVille Bishop and' children of Chehalis spent Sunday I; with Mr. and Mrs. Guy Bishop.': Perry Bishop of Camp Roy and i Bill Sharp. of Aberdeen spent .the week end-at the Guy Bishop home.1' Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Hendricks en- nt dinner Friday: Mr. and Mrs. Ames, Melvin Ames, Viola Ames' and Mrs. Carol Forrest, all of Oak- ville. .Mrs. E. Childers of Lincoln BE PRACTICAL! Give Mother a DRESS on Mothers' Day vouch for her liking t h e dress- es in this group. We know how particular she is about quality .we know what she wants in color and style, so you can choose safely here! to Goldie's Dress Shop 107 N. Tower Centralia Field Lease BIdg. Skookumchuck Ma's. Barney Connell. who has been 111 with heart trouble for the past several weeks at the home of her daughter, Mrs. J. C. Nelson, is reported recovering satisfactor- ily. Mrs. Ralph Case gave a miscel- laneous shower at her home Thurs- day, April 30, honoring Mrs. Sey- mour, a recent bride. The guests were Mrs. F. L. Middlebusher, Mrs. J. A. Luman, Mrs. Cecil Draper, Mrs. J. G. Morris, Mrs. EnrI Cose, Mrs. John O'Connor, Mrs. G. D. Howe, Mrs. Tilly Gibson and Mrs. J. C. Nelson, of this neighborhood, and Mrs. Miller of the Hannaford valey, Mrs. Milkier of Bucoda and Mrs. Fagerness of Galvin. The la- dies spent a very enjoyable after- noon. The honor guest received many useful and attractive gifts. A delicious luncheon was served by the hostess. 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