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Centralia Daily Chronicle Newspaper Archives Feb 25 1961, Page 3

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Daily Chronicle, The (Newspaper) - February 25, 1961, Centralia, WashingtonImn Ilij chronicle women s Page be 6-3311 so 8-3311 Calendar c h e h a l 1s monday evening is. Mary s Catholic Church Parent s club o clock school Hall. Iota Thecla rho 7 o clock Izop Hall. Ladies auxiliary carpenters Union 8 o clock Union Hall. Lewis county democratic club. 8 o clock Seattle first National Bank conference room. Chelaus v monday afternoon Western District Garden club 1 o clock mrs. Max Orloski. Monday evening Lewis county democratic women s club 8 o clock Seattle first National Bank. Order of Rainbow o clock masonic Temple. Machinists association i o clock Centralia labor Temple. Birthday club .8 o clock mrs Del Olson. Let Vic Comly Republican women 8 o clock City Hall. American legion auxiliary 8 o clock veterans building. Women of tie Moose 8 o clock Moose Hall. V Cascade olympic a to 8 o clock olympic school. Mrs. Conner Winner speak off mrs. Robert Conner was the Winner of the Centralia to Almis Iress club speak off Conlest wednesday evening Wlsh miss Lydia Morgan As alternate and in second place. Seip presided at the meeting Wilh Annibal serving As last mistress. Title of mrs. Conner s winning speech was our american miss mor Gan spoke on making a better world and mrs. Gladys Brill s topic was sured-1 we need to be reas guests at the meeting included Council chairman mrs. Jim Mac Kay or. And mrs. Arthur Ehret mrs. Anne Boswell mrs. Hoberg Sullivan and Norton Scip. Mrs. Peers mrs. Mackay or. Ehret and or. Seip served As contest judges. Mrs. George Norris was topic mistress for the evening. Mrs. Fred Sutherland talked to the group on evaluation. Mrs Vernon Ward was chairman of tellers and mrs. Wendell Tipton gave the inspiration and also served As timer for the contest mrs. Conner will participate in the Council 6 speak of in olym Pia in april. Mount Vernon is program topic mrs. William Newburn was hostess to 22 members of the better Homes and gardens club at a wednesday afternoon Des Sert meeting. During business yearbooks were distributed. For the pro Gram mrs. Herbert Larsen Dis cussed the Home and gardens of George Washington at mount Vernon. She also brought the arrangement or the Day. Salewsky s for your Diamond needs have your Diamond cleaned and checked free creative designing. Conv plete jewelry restoration repair service. Value always. Of Salewsky s jewelry 211-an. Tower be 4-mm, Centralia unit Marks birthday7 it will be a 20lh birthday party or the Clara Armstrong Guild of the children s orthopaedic Hospital when the group meets tuesday at the Home of mrs. James Vander Stoep Chehalis. Mrs. Kuncl West and mrs. Wayne Smith will be co hostesses for the parly. All cur rent and former members Are invited to attend. For the program mrs. George Crosta of Chehalis will give a Reading of Jan do Ila tog s play a chronicle of 30 years in the married life of one couple. Current officers of the Guild Are mrs. E. A. Minnick president mis. Willard Zylstra. Vice presi Dent mrs. Arthur a. Forsyth Sec Letory Jack t. Smith trea surer and mrs. Fred Adolphsen program current members include Mes dams al Benny Ted Benny Arhur Brown Crosta Jack Dugaw Ernest Geissler Lee Giffey Rod Ney Giske Gordon hey Glenn Peg chapter shares meet chapter sisterhood met tuesday Home of mrs. Earl Ferguson. Japanese quince dec Ora led the luncheon table and Len in and Daffo Dils ornamented the living room. Mrs. Neal Kelley was in charge of the program which stressed free educational interests of the organization. Mrs. Anton Erp told of Motley College mrs. A. T. Flagg summarized the importance of scholarship Loans and mrs. Harold Quick explained the International peace scholarships. Mrs. R. P. Melhart mrs. Or Mitten and mrs. Kelley served As assistant hostesses. I Johnson Clifford Johnson Leo j. Mullowney Jim Oechsner Willis g. Pehl de Pomerl Louis Pemerl jr., Robert Quant and Carl Weaver. The club s most recent fund raising project on behalf of the orthopaedic Hospital in Seattle was the twin City Bowling tournament Oakview a to sets Tun night7 founders Day was Market of Oakview a to at the school. Past presidents awards were Given inc recipients being mrs Frank Ellen Wiio received a Bai for iwo years of service and mrs r. W. Schollkopf president Las year. John kure. Principal presented an in memorial War o mrs. M. R. N Oller in memory late husband. Also during the meeting Lloyc Dysart representing the turn water Council of boy scouts presented the charter for

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