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Daily Chronicle, The (Newspaper) - January 23, 1961, Centralia, WashingtonParis Esterel shows saucy styles by Nadeane Walker. Paris pans Spring fashion season got Oft to a Devil Maleare Start monday in pruning with collect Lions hat tiled to outdo each Oiler up Breez nebs Iho windblown look just covered Tho Knees and usually left the Jacques is Lerchs saucy show was full of drapes and fresh rank colors while Jacques Griffe got a similar effect Loose middy blouses pleated skills and to Trust length jackets Esterel owes his sudden Emer gence As a crowd drawing dress maker largely in Gilt Bardot who popularized his cup Les but he made a Good try for sophist i cation Saung the curvy models for his misses disses Young girls he says want everything to be seen at once two tone outfits Aie a great thing in the Esterel show jackets Over printed or Black skirts Matching jackets and Browtt with contraslin0 skirts and Skirls with a deep hem band of Pool railing. Material Are some of the changes in brings such old favourites As Jabot in a non fully version of i to big loops of silk at the neck line Corse let waistlines Halo Hals apron panels Weskil or Vest tops and a backed dresses with a Back to front look. Esterel s waistlines Are High Lovy hardly there at All or titled like a Glove. Jackets run the same Gamut from Short Bolero length to midship to Boom of the thl Ghl sleeves mostly Ter or Elbow length lubes Are sometimes Kimono Cut with the bodice and sometimes actually puffed. The sleeveless sheaths sur Vive but barely.1 Esterel achieves a Loose free and easy general effect without actually being baggy anywhere. His High Glove fitted waistlines have puffy bosoms while his Low waists have puffy backs. I Spring fashions will be a Breeze according to Griffe. He opened his collection with a fluid draped line he Calls putt of his first models were Breezy enough in Light ankle length pants Patent leather Flats and Flat Caps. But the remainder was an Ultra Page be 6-3311 v so 8-3311 Ray Boones Mark 50th anniversary friends and neighbors in Che group of friends then on Dcceni-1 Robert mix Frank Adame r. E. For Spring 1961, Black and White plaid lightweight coat by Carmel is Bias Cut with insert sleeves and cowl neckline. Big buttons As shown above Are popular fashion detail this year. Using brings Dilly of Success Story conservative group of listed wrist length suits gently whose narrow at the Waist below. Waists were passed by Tor a line just above the hips marked a Belt or an insert of ruched self material. Loose middy blouses and pleated skirts were lopped by simple cardigans or straight collarless Coats Wilh a two Inch binding of self material. When not perfectly straight coals were also dotted just above the hip. R dresses were Loose sheaths with emphasis on a Side drape Starl ing at either shoulder or hip. Hats dipped Low on one Side to balance the drape. Meeting is monday Lewis county democratic women will meet monday evening at 8 o clock in the conference room of the Seattle first National Bank Centralia. We move in the Best of society. Hub City Transfer. Jiffy wrap on. Printed pattern by Mary Campbell a news feature writer Sonya Hagna substituted a Dilly of a bean for a better Mousetrap and now True proverb the world is beating ifs path to in 1058 Sonya was leading a tiring life As a third Grade teacher in Hom Monlon n. Today she a Dilly bean Queen presi Dent at 2fi of a corporation that Sells jars of Dilly Beans a Day. Sonya s in Vine Gar water garlic and spices s on relish trays in Una fish and egg salad atop hamburgers hot dogs and Bee stroganoff chopped up in scram bled eggs does t sound Loo Good to she in the lands of children postponing bed Lime acid of women who be Caln the last Dill Pickle in the House. In new York you can order a Dill Iliili bean replaces both the Olive and the swizzle stick in the Martini in 50 or 60 restaurants. Also in new York one Man rewards his dog by slipping a. Dilly bean into the Pooch s Antiseptic inside the Parment gnawing Bone. Sonya first cooked up the Pickl ing mix using her Mother s care fully guarded recipe one fall afternoon in 1958 while her room mate Jacqueline and 15 girls from Jackie s English class came to get on the Good Side of snapped two bushels of Beans. When they finished work that evening Sonya had 36 jars of Dilly Beans nor. Then and Jackie As a began a series pre this pretty dress wraps and tics Dawn trips Lottie wholesale food Market in Philadelphia. Sonya says we decided we needed a truck and we bought a 1950 Model hat looked More like a Hearse. Everybody was convinced that two schoolteachers carrying Bushel baskets of Beans at 5 . Out Othi at truck had lost their minds. But when they saw us unload ing a 500 Pound vinegar bar Rel they were even More shocked. The landlord was afraid the1 bar Rel would ruin his floor the Delicatessen owner downstairs was sure vinegar would leak through his ceiling the woman in the if exl apartment complained about the smell. One weekend the room in ales succession came incorporation a Baltimore firm contracted to process pack and distribute the expansion of sales to 20 cities an East coast advertising Campaign As As Rolger learning that Sonya and Jackie were born the same Day nov. 13, 1934, was so intrigued she uttered them a free Reading of the future. Thai s the Only bad part about an otherwise satisfying business Sonya says. Parent student games slated members of the Rochester a to Memling thursday evening at the school voted to sponsor Basket Ball and baseball games with Chil Dren their parents and teachers vying or honors. Members of the committee arranging the games Are. . Charlie James miss Peggy Moehring Ted Barl George Bells and Robert Graham. At the thursday meeting mrs. Eldon Delaney presided with or. Fred Esvelt leading the Flag Salute mrs. Esther King gave the invocation and mrs. Robert Gra Ham read the minutes. . De Laney gave the treasurer s report. Program was presented by Rob Ert Stewart. Robert Pennock introduced or. Harlan Munnt we o spoke on teenagers and their prob lems. . Thomas Pennock will be in charge o the founders Day program at the girls school next month. Secrest announced the Brand Mound school Ham dinner at Rochester february 4. . Esvelt thanked All members who had helped with the november carnival. . Creigh Campbell was elected treasurer upon the resignation of mrs. D. Justice. Moss Hollander s room was Winner of the room count. Thimble club names officers mrs. Roy Fletcher was hos Tess at her Centralia Home to members of the thursday Thim. Ble club meeting for luncheon and a Brief business session. Luncheon was served from Halls last week honoured or and mrs Ray Boone Chehalis on the couple s 50th wedding anniversary the Boones were Mam cd in Chehalis january 19, 1911, for the party held at the Home of or and mrs h f Pete the Buffet table was entered by a tiered cake topped with wed Ding Bells and the numerals "50" in Gold tapers lied with Gold lib Bon flanked the cake. Guests sharing the reception Urie mis Jesse card mrs Rob Ert Wisner mrs George o Brien mrs. Chris Rosbach mrs. Hans Gulbertson or. And mis f Nasht or. And mrs Pete Hen Nick san All of Chehalis and or and mrs. John Martov Centralia. And mrs. J. P. Hendrick son Mlock were visitors at the lome of mrs Mary Thomas in Long View on tuesday. Birthday parties have been the order of the Day at the Cleve Ramsey Home in Centralia where three of the Ramsey children have been Honor guests at parties in the last month. On december 23, miss Paula Ramsey celebrated her seventh birthday with a Small Castle Rock resident is guest speaker mrs. Sally Seidl of the Castle Rock Junior women was guest speaker when the Jackson juniors met thursday at the on Alaska Home of mrs. Lowell Kenedy. . Seidl spoke on the ways of making chairman re ports for slate and District awards. During the business meeting mrs. James Wilson reported the identity Calion tags for the first and second Grade students at Jackson Prairie school had arrived and had been Given to the children. A United states savings stamp program has been set up at the school and a Large percentage of students Are participating. A March of dimes do nation to he sent to the local chapter was taken in the form bar 23, miss Barbara Ramsey was the guest of Honor at a parly Rhar Wirig her ninth birthday. On january 6, miss Kathleen Ramsey was hostess and guest of Honor for a theatre and slumber parly in Observance of her 12th birthday. Visitors last week at the Napa vice Home of or. And mrs. Harold Luce were or and mis Roy r a 11 e d g a Sacramento Calif. Ratlidge and or. Luce Are cousins had not visited to. Geller since 1910. Miss Elaine Revenaugh Bride elect of Ronald Poage was the guest of Honor at a bridal Shower thursday evening in the so Cial room of the Chehalis first Baptist Church. Room decorations included in kids and hearts and the gift table was entered by a Large umbrella trimmed in red and while. Host esses for the party were mrs. Ernest Wood mrs. Ethel Fuller . A Griffith mrs. Rob Ert Reynolds mrs. John Kinnick and mrs Jake Huber. Sharing the evening were mrs. Claude Revenaugh Molher of the Bride elect and the mesdames Roland Albrecht Lawrence Stroud Donald Ford Harry Alex Ander Richard maj Paul Schwed Ler Guy Brown William Whipple Robert Lintott John Becker Calendar Centralia tuesday morning Riverside women s Golf club the daily chronicle monday january 23, 196v b o clock club House. Lewis county credit to of dimes taped on each Day of the month of january. . Oscar Lemiere District director of the Columbia Riis Triel Junior membership of the Washington slate federation of women s clubs was a guest at the meeting. The next regular meeting will be held at the Home of mrs. Charles Werner with the pro Gram to be Given by mrs. Wil lard Guenther. Auxiliary shares business session when the Centralia eagles auxiliary Mel thursday evening mrs. Fred Baldwin reported on the foe District 3 meeting in Centralia. Also during business a report was heard of the March of dimes work being done by members. A request was made for More work ers on the Campaign. Officers of the auxiliary Are to meet monday evening at the Hall. 1 men s breakfast club o clock Lewis Clark hotel. Seventh Day adventist Dor Cas welfare service to o clock Church. So Optimist club 12 noon Lewis Clark hotel. Tuesday afternoon Branch 6, Centralia general Hospital auxiliary o clock Hospital. Tuesday evening Collins Camp Royal neigh Bors of America o clock 100f Hall. Order of Eastern Star s o clock masonic Temple. Chehalis tuesday morning Riverside w e n s Golf club 8 o clock club House. Tuesday afternoon Junior Bridge 1 o Toek mrs. . Turner. Rebecca Tomas tent due 14, 1 o clock mrs. Wealthy Fay Philian club o clock mrs. Payne Centralia. Tuesday evening Church of Epiphany Polluck dinner o clock Church. Creative Reading group no 1, 8 o clock mrs. Helen Hal Lissy. Creative Reading group no 2, 8 o clock mrs. Mildred Reed. Clara Armstrong Guild 8 o clock mrs. Arthur Brown. Or. Angus e. Mae Quillan Guild 8 o clock mrs. Bob mar Lin. Happy hour club o clock first Christian Church. James Preston wending m. C. James Gabor s. T. Alexander William Luebke will a. Mcl lire Robert Reyn Olds John Kinnick James Sabin Ernest Wood Harold Peters Glen Roplh Clarence Myers Ernest Campbell Ronald Rottler Chris Hansen George Blomdahl Allan Wighton John Morrow Ralph Rottler Jake Huber Clarence Prall Margaret Mcintire Fred Cook Ethel Fuller and the misses Mina. Goodell Kathryn Huber and Pearl Winterfeldt. Mossyrock High school student miss Peggy Bangs daughter of or. And mrs. Richard d. Bangs Riffe has been chosen Homet Nak or of tomorrow. For Mossyrock High school. In winning the writ Len contest at the High school miss Bangs a senior becomes eligible for state Competition from Seattle comes news of the Airth of a daughter to or. And mrs. Glenn Walden. Grandparents Are mrs. Mabel Langford Chehalis and or and mrs. Art Walden Olympia. Chehalis cwt group meets members of the Christian women s Fellowship Chehalis first Christian Church met wednesday evening at the Church Wilh miss Naomi Krater. Special guests at the meeting were members of the Fellowship Guild and working women unable to attend afternoon sessions. Miss Krater explained Tho monthly service projects of the Fellowship and showed slides be longing to mrs. Ruth Ramacher who attended the Christian Church world convention last year in Edinburgh Scotland. . Ramacher narrated during the show ing of the sides. Announcement was made that the Fellowship Guild has adopted a korean child through an inter denominational corporation. The Rev. George Kendall gave the devotions and the devotional table was prepared by mrs. Harvey Wiley. . Jolgui Smith had been in charge of program. . Donald Workman announced the annual Church cleanup Day Tor wednesday. The group was asked to bring sack lunches and to plan to spend the entire Day on the project. Members of the hostess group for he meeting were mrs. Work Man mrs. Ray Sabin mrs. R. E. . Dewain Hodges mrs. Vern Almy mrs. Gene an Drews and mrs. Robert Erwin. Mr., and mrs. Richard Wright Cinebar have announced the engagement of mrs. Wright s daughter miss Sandra Jeanne Harper to Douglas Edward Macomber son of or. And mrs. De Macomber also Cinebar residents. Both miss Harper and her Fiance Are students at Ona Laska High school. Republican women to meet monday new officers of the Lewis county Republican women s club i be installed at a monday Evenin meeting. The 8 o clock session i be in the daily chronicle Aud thorium Centralia. . P. Will be in stalled As president. Other off cers Are mrs. Paul Thomas vie president mrs. H. H. Hurst Secretary and mrs. E. G. Woodman treasurer. A discussion of medical plan for the aged i also be discussed. Holaska club meets Onalaska thirteen Mem is of the Onalaska cup and san or birthday club met thursday Home of mrs. Dale halal to mrs. John Jacka president resented members with cup rid Saucer meeting books guests for the evening were mrs. Ice Bazar it and mrs. Bonnie Erkins. For Iho program mrs. Goldi Ealler Chehalis demonstrated Ariu is hair styles using mrs. Ale Hamilton and mrs. Charlz As models also for Iho program members viewed color Lides sent by mrs. Dean Hamil on now. In Guam. . Pete Deyoung won the eve Ling and mis. Arthur Solarik Enship received the anniversary cup and Saucer. . Jacka will be i hostess for Tho february 16 meeting. V Alt sans hear Africa program Chehalis Al Riisa club members heard a discussion on Africa when the group Day evening at the Centralia Home of mrs. Reta Todd Dunn. For the program or. Cornelia Vanprooyen and miss Minnie Lingreen told of the tribal customs of the countries South of the Sahara. To give a belter understand ing of the area they cerps from a number of books dealing with darkest mrs. Dunn was assisted by mrs. Gladys Whitney. The february b dinner Busi Ness meeting will be at the Home of mrs Al Helena Centra lia.1 time to refresh your Winter coat for that Well groomed appear Ance a Winter coat needs care several times during the season. Give it the attention it deserves. Send it to Sonneman s for expert cleaning save Cash carry 10% discount courteous pickup and delivery w i Nemmons City cleaners Chehalis phone so 8-7488 went out of town. When they re turned the vinegar barrel was gone. Whoever took landlord has always been suspected failed to Slop the lady brine boilers. They were Only Sluck without vinegar for a couple of Days before they bought another barrel. By the end of the fist school semester the girls were not Only producing Dilly Beans but Selvine and delivering them to specially grocers in new York. They also Felt it was time to make a Choice the classroom or the Dilly scan. The decision proved an easy loaded All their fragrant be brigs and 100 cases of Dilly Beans into their sagging truck and left people were for Washington . Truck repairs on the Way and slip into it in a Jiffy. Sew easy Rcd ape on proved Gay casual Halter necklines As bean Sud. So Cool and altering. Opens Flat dam cd of the Bat Hilb for choose bold oni0 rapid keep polished look when someone has something to sell it is polished spruced up o. Attract a buyer. It is a Good ideas to adopt the Selling policy to gain a fashion Flint shorten up the hem that needs shortening fix the tables entered with arrange ments of Jasmine. New officers of the club for the coming year Are mrs. Emil Chariot mrs. Clar ence Hoerling first vice presi Dent airs. Esther Simpson Sec Ond vice president and mrs. W. E. Dueber Secretary. . G. Steffenson is the out going presi Dent. Arthur Godfrey gives advice to the deaf tie Krack v binding. Printed pattern 9048 misses if hearing is your problem is your answer sizes 12, 14, 16, 18, 20. Size 16 lakes Yards 45-Inch Send 50 in Coin no Stamps please for pattern with name address style size. Address pattern Bureau free Dally chronicle Centralia Chehalis Wash. Finds the Best newest most Beautiful printed poll rns Lor Spring summer 1051. Our Brand new color Catalon. Send 35c now if you to handicapped by beating loss follow Arthur Godfrey s and a Jug. Discover How amazingly a now Bellone May help you hear clearly again phone or write for helpful free Book that tells How. Needs polish Don t Nail that be ill. At ease because you Don t look As perfect is you can and if we dress with flair we re giving the world Beauly to look at. Hearing aids Daniel 106 e. 4th Al 7-3571 Olympia or Young drug co. 10 n. Tower be 4.6320 Centra a 10% Cash and carry discount the sign of Lewis county s most modern dry cleaners the Only two Bath fully controlled dry cleaning in Lewis county. Free covered parking area service for service to your car. Kellogg s Pant orium i drive in cleaners 616 w. Main Centralia be -3235 tuesday special Cannon Quality bedspreads seconds of Reg. Styles special Purchase of Cannon seconds. Bedspread styles you la recognize at top savings twins doubles new exciting fabrics 100% Cotton play knit coordinates a new Woven Cotton ploy fabric Lovely colors and mix and match prints Foi tops and pants 45" wide completely Ablel dressmaker Baku a prints 54% Acetare-46% Rayon washable and crease re is Stuht. Lovely dressmaker prints in new Spring Pat terns. Spring woolens 85% 15% Nylon. Spring solids in basics and pastels. Pc shrunk and ready for the Needle. See the new desert plaid. Solid and coordinate Yard Sqq Quality savings Centralia Chelaus

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