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Centralia Daily Chronicle (Newspaper) - December 12, 1932, Centralia, WashingtonMonday dec. 12, the Centralia. Washington. Daily chronicle Page three Mary Louiee phone .600 yom Arcq class has potluck dinner v or. And mrs. Entertain at a monthly Meetor Lamarco class of the first episcopal Church held its re Guter monthly potluck dinner meeting last. Friday evening at the Home of or. And Erickson with or. And Sprague As hosts. Made to help some the Home of mrs. B. Cole .502 m Street group no. 4, mrs rus sell Towner Leader will meet the Home of mrs. Frank Stoy 221 a plane. All members Are urged to be present and Are requested to bring their donations for the a itar which will be held saturday. L. T. L. Meets needy by donating food clothing i and toys. Mrs. Lloyd Alleger mrs. Byron Epperson and mrs. Eugene Alvord were appointed to distribute the gifts. The re the evening was spent in playing games. And contests those present were or. And mrs. Lloyd Alleger or. Arid mrs. Ben and mrs. Con Fri and mrs. Francis Dodds or. Arid mrs. Byron Epperson or and mrs. Ray Epperson or. And Erickson or. And mrs. , mrs Fred mat hews or. And mrs j. A. Richolson or. And mrs bog or Poison or. And mrs. Norto Seip or. And mrs. Robert Brill and the hos a or. And mrs. Sprague. Or. And mrs. Sprague were As-1 Sis cd by or. And mrs. Erickson and and mrs. Browning. T t cl1jb entertained miss Lola Clizbe presents pupils Cen Trulu temp bar presents in fall piano recital in Baptist Church miss Lola Beth Clizbe teacher of piano presented r group of her students in a recital Friday eve Ning in the first Baptist Church. The Young people appearing on the program were Barbara Lee Colehan Donald Hollenshead Donna Tisdale Betty Niedfelt Leatha Waring Wesley Zeigler. Eleanor Nevi de Richard Hoyt Jean the l. To l. Branch of the w c. T. U. Met saturday afternoon at the w. T. U. Temple when election of officers took place seam couple inst Sepac husband from thid Story window while huddles Orer go Jet Seattle dec. Jiu Wimus i Carrington Secretary and of an Oil company Here died today Mcgwire treasurer. The As the result of leaping his Billie tfrlplett., Bigbee Freda Barbara Patricia Lyons Dorothy Bryson Doris Bower Wilna Hopkins Mildred ent Delia Howard Erie Onald Ell leaders chosen were Clyde Arrington and Charles Osier read cars present were miss Myrtle of Roll. Miss Margaret Root and ills brei Innman. Members pres it were Donald Mcquire Betty Mcquirt nettle May Oster Clara Ester sern Burns Charles Osier nos Oster Delia Howard Roy Howard Irene Carrington Richard Carrington John Carriington and Clyde Carrington. Bryson. Jean Marie the Zulika club daughters of was entertained lust in at the Home of mrs. Nell Fletcher a delicious Buffet desert luncheon. After a. Short business meeting a clip Astmos party was held. Those present were mrs. Margaret. Gallagher mrs. Laura s Mcord mrs. Alta Kerns mrs. Sara most mrs. Maud Robertson mrs. Mabel Richardson mrs. Eva Robinson and the Host i Ess mrs. Fletcher. Missionary society will meet tuesday afternoon for luncheon at the Horny vhf mrs. Dah White 824 e Steriti the Christmas program will i be mrs. William Scales. Good news mothers Glipson Carver Garth Clizbe Ruth Davis Esther Matson and Patnude. Those playing duets were Doris and do Dolhy Bryson Jean and Wilma Glipson and Clizbe and miss Clizbe. Clever illustrations of class lessons were Given those taking part being Barbara Cole Maii Wesley Zeigler Donald Hollens had Donna Tisdale Doris Bryson and Dorothy Bryson. Miss Cleabe was assisted b Reginald Clizbe who rendered several violin selections. E class entertained miss Eva Grey entertained he sunday school class of the mrs Vic Thorist episcopal Church at the lome of mrs. A. A. Kresky Seminary Hill saturday after coi the afternoon was spent in play no games. Decorations were in the orm of a Christmas tree and oth a Holiday in Olfs. John Sweet in he Santa Claus. Giving the gift that were placed under the treo each person. In the Al Ericon delicious refreshment were served by the hostess assisted by mrs. Kresky. Thoss preset were Elaine Scott Maraaret Jea Hansen Mary Ormbrek. Jean k n Namon i Mise Quick Elsie my Cash. Dorothea Kresky Brockway Betty Jean Andrew Elizabeth Kresky Florence Gower Katherine Alvord. Geraldine Rich prison j Cev Hill in Frothy ism Den and Lois. Stowe. Lost due to with Vicks colds control plan. You have Volcks vap rub for treating. C Olcise. Get Vicks nose new Aid in pre venting and use each As directed in the plan. For _ control of colds kid Bank robbers present problem third Story apartment to a paved Alley while his wife Isabella sat Over an open Gas Jet on Kitchen stove. Kirk never regained conscious Bloomsburg pa., dec. Youngest Bank robbers presented a problem to Columbia county authorities today. Nine year old John Harrington jr., and his sister Lillian seven entered the Bloomsburg Bank plumb la Trust company yester Day police said through a. Six Inch window arid escaped the Sarnie Way with two sacks contain ing a sunday school collection. An older sister found the Chil Dren later told their father and. Then turned them Over to the police. They were released in Cus Ftp give hangs himself in cell continued from Page i said 1350 a month a High priced motor car and Diamond rings. Miss Terry held in jail several Days insisted she knew nothing and said that even if i did i Trees shipped Winlock dec. A Long Way to California but within the week loads of Christmas Trees were shipped to san fran Cisco by that Means out of the Winlock District. G us. Bonn i and William Chance had one loud would not Tell on i Clyde leathers and l. W. Bon davis1 arrest Here the other. Many carloads of largely from a nervous habit of looking Over his shoulder. Detec Tive Dom Linkk Pope walking in Tody of the father for a hearing Baptist. Groups to meet monday evening at the Sec my Mue Guild will meet at the Tome miss Maxine Mcneely 10 so. King. Wednesday at the Louise Campbell Circle will meet at the lome of mrs. Hose Galvin at the Monagharm apartments Corner of Washington Avenue and first Street. Wednesday evening it the committee Iri charge of the Lin Field a Capella choir will meet at the Home of Jack Baker 512 w. Pine. Thursday at the regular prayer meeting will be held in tile ladies1 parlor of the Church. T Camp to meet Ivy game Aid society Royal neighbors will meet wednesday afternoon at two o clock at the Home of mrs. Ellna Canfield on Waunch Prairie. Assisting hostesses will be mrs. Beulah Busse mrs. Ada Clark mrs. Lois Cooper mrs. Elk All Riess after being picked up in the Alley by police. Mrs. Kirk was re ported Cut of danger at the hos Pital where she was Token. Suicide pact notes written by the couple were addressed to the Rev. Or. Mark a. Matthews of the first presbyterian Church asking him to act As guardian of their 13 year old daughter Eleanor until an Uncle George Kirk chief Engineer of the steamship City of Victoria plying out of Vancou ver b. C., could take Clarge of the child. Kirk has been out of work five months mrs. Kirk said and they were faced with starvation. Detective m. Pease who investigated said mrs. Kirk at tempted to leap from the win Dow when revived in the apart ment. Records show the Kirks were married last january. Kirk s first wife Mother of Eleanor was killed in an automobile Accident in 1929. Kirk came Here from Texas in 1021. Eleanor was found at school. The child sobbed when the news was broken to her and said every thing was All right when i left Home this the father s note to Eleanor read dear daughter your Uncle officer suspended Seattle dec. 12. Sus pension of patrolman August Rey nolds for 30 Days was announced today by chief of police l. L. Norton As a result of Reynolds participation in n. Drinking party Friday night in which two women were oui idea by Arthur Bell. One was Bell s wife the other mar tha costello. Both Are remove runs kills himself Chicago dec. Cer t. Rudd Secretary to Andrew j. Volstead while the author o the prohibition enforcement a was in Congress committed Sui a tic while temporarily insane Coroner s jury decided today. Miss Churchill wed Jenny Dove mrs Lillian Man and mrs. Susie Farrell. London dec Diona Churchill daughter of win Ston Churchill was married Toda to John Milner Bailey son of s Abe Boiley wealthy South Africa mining official. St. Margaret s Church adjacent to Westminster Abbey was Crowt de with distinguished guests. Is to come for you. Be a Good girl and take care of All the things which Mother has left to you. Ulton Auu mib. Oluric rtt Iichi. I members arc urged to be present. Study and work hard and say groups1 to meet As officers will be elected at this time. Centralia or Der of the Rainbow for girls met in regular session saturday evening at the masonic Temple. Routine business was transacted and initiation was held. A group of girls from the Olympia chapter was present they were accompanied by mrs. O. Bannor and or Ashwell. After the meeting several talks were made by inc your prayers every night. Keep yourself heat and clean and think of your daddy and mrs. Kirk s note dear Eleanor you won t forget the things i taught you. Say your prayers every night and ask god to help you to be a Good skater drowns Seattle dec. Gil text Wail 30 years old. Was of the first Christian Church will meet wednesday afternoon at two o clock As group no. 1. Mrs. J. Elmendorf Leader will meet1 at the Home of mrs. Emma Miller 512 a Pear group no. 2, mrs. Earl Brines Leader will meet at the Home of mrs. Re. Laii Ford 216 West Chestnut group no. 3, mrs. A. J. Leader will meet at round top 14-Inch 9x17. Priced .00 limited Quantity a for the Christmas gift Why not a picture we have several Hundred from which to choose. Walker paint co. 418 North Tower ave. Are you moving Are you storing your goods we Are experts whatever your plans we will be Able to dispatch goods from the old Home to the new or to storage with the greatest ease and Economy. City Transfer storage co. St. Phone 204j offer inf visitors. Late in the eve drowned yesterday while skating ing delicious refreshments Wera at Lake six Miles South of a Ved and the girls danced miss port Orchard when the ice gave Way under him. Elden Phelon 21, and Josephine Wallace 17, were rescued by Paulson who pulled them ashore on a Plank when they plunged through the ice at bitter Lake near Here. Elen Jones ? the p am. He next Mertink of the chapter 111 be december 31. Mrs. I Ester Snyder was Plens Nutly surprised the latter of in week a i a one o clock potluck Inchon held at her Home the Caston being her birthday. The1 afternoon was spent in conver Sion. Those present were mrs. Henry Southwick mrs. J. W. Min her mrs. George Swift and Hil Hamlon of Tenino mrs. Ciao. Of Tacoma mrs. A. E. Mun Ery mrs. Joyd. Falkner and the Lonor guest mrs Snyder. Centralia chapter no. 14, o. E. S., will meet air regular cd Mun Calion tomorrow evening at eight clock at the masonic tem ple when officers will be Elded. Preceding the meeting n potluck dinner will. Be served at in thirty. Every one is requested o bring a covered dish. The ladies auxiliary of the o. B. Will meet in Reg ular session tomorrow evening at in the eagles Hall following the meeting the sixth and last of a series of card ties will be held. All members and friends Are invited. Re new Al society Collins lamp will meet tomorrow at at the Home of mrs. Anna Jones 1332 Harrison ave. A full attend Ance is desired. The Oakview club will hold a special meeting tomorrow after noon at 1 o clock in the Oakview Chapel. Everyone is requested to be present and to bring a thimble and Needle. Mrs. Hobart Woody of Hood River ore., and or. And mrs Cecil Steven of Portland where the week end guests of or. And mrs b. H. Woody. Sell Cord Wood to us we buy any kind and size up to eight feet Irmgand one foot Square. We 12.00 per Cord in part Cash and part lumber. Our lumber will be priced just is Low As a Cir Cord Wood on this special barter basis. Let s Start up some business. Bring in your and1 take a Way our lumber. General lumber company Che Halls Wuh. Underwood farm to Market Oad no. 4 accepted by state. Christmas Trees have gone out of Winlock by rail destined to South Ern California cities and other fashionable Gramercy Park some me ago saw a Man ahead c m who kept glancing nervously cd. That Bird thinks some one is a King for him nil said ape to himself. Recently As tape was looking ver an Issue or True detective which publishes Pic ures of fugitives he came on n Holograph of the nervous Man f. Gramercy Park. He was Waht d for n million Dollar embezzle Lent the article snid and re totalling were offered or him. Pane and another detective whenever they had any spare time would stroll about he Nark hop Nir. To catch another glimpse of he Man. Yesterday they spotted in and trailed him to a Well apartment where he iad been living Tivo months under his own name. He admitted his identity they jilt. And told them he was tired of Dodgins detection and had the verge of giving himself up. He Hart made two trips to Europe under the name of Arnold he snid. I Points As far d lit ant is Tex a l. Hufert of los Angeles handling the business. Fort Lewis bids opened completing Barracks. For j delayed Why worry when Falls you t be private pit sen it Ion of or. K. quickly without re Kul Tea delays when Del in Ful. Wedi upon met Rutx it eci Emigo knowledge. To Lake. By thousands. Liq my or Cip culpa. At lading drug Giju or if you prefer Yozl Wordtt do acct ssh to Ipp Tvovi. M. Lacro Tomm. Inc., commission to be named later Page 1 injuries fatal dec. 12 of Mic Mel Erndt 36, died today from injuries suffered last night when he was dragged into an electric bread miking machine at n Bak is victim of Blaze continued from Page 1 want to thank him for his considerate until he prepares his legislative program and inaugural message the governor elect snid he will defer consideration of membership of inc game commission. These must have he continued so it will not. Be possible for me to discuss and consider the men who might be available to serve on the game commission although i might say that More than 100 names Anc several Hundred endorsements Anc protests already have been received and Deal Royce their ranch wer Ner and his tiny son were brought to n Hospital Here. Burns Unwe fatal Eugene ore., dec. 12. Mrs. R. Godard 85, of cottage Grove burned to death Imit night when her while she heating stove. Her years old a civil and a. Cripple attempted to save j his wife by tearing the burning clothing from her body and he was severely burned. Construction work started on Loop Root project. We want something Here s a typical american family expressing themselves quite definitely on the subject of Christmas presents. They Don t believe that Christmas 1932 is any time to give useless gifts and neither does wards .1 that s Why you la find Ward s ready with a store full of gifts that Are practical so bring your shopping list to Ward s where you can select a useful gift for every one. And of course Christmas shopping at wards like shopping at Ward s any time in the year Means saving Money Montgomery Ward co. 118 s. Tower ave. Centralia cloth in g Cau g lit tire was attending to a husband. 92 War Veteran Edmonds proved. Local streets is a californian different from a in some perhaps but in one respect absolutely no during our half million Dollar liquidation Sale have found that Calico mum oregonians Wash int Onimaru Dah Siam All like to Cave Money. And what i More they know a bargain when they see one. Breier guarantees to undersell or Money Back. Of them came for it. Why worry about what to give him Here you can buy a Broad cloth shirt and tic. A both for only.-. Really our prices Are the lowest buy now c. J. Breier co. 115 North Tower centrals shirts of White run resist Rayon full Cut shorts of Fine Broadcloth in newest patterns act v hand made full Cut resilient gift t i e b the most extraordinary values we be seep in handsome ties hell be glad o Wear i attractively boxed for gift giving iq9% Wool sweaters ribbed stitch new Heather mixtures i smarted sport style i tubular Ball bearing velocipede 12-in. Sustains steel Wagon 33" x 15" with Brake gift sets that make boys Happy something different i Belt and Choice of Pencil Box with pencils or pistol and whistle. 3-piece toilet Pearl Over filled track Ivriy decorated i exceptional value i fancy Rayon lined for him for h or Pencil and pen set handsome mottled barrels band nil unusual at 98c whizz electric train set with . Transformer compete electric locomotive with life it Turci 5" cd re Tram former i track i trick clips s pieces of Aier of running surface 1 others s3.98 up 206-8 North Tower Avenue

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