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Daily Chronicle, The (Newspaper) - July 18, 1967, Centralia, WashingtonBy Heloise Cruse dear Heloise when making a double Decker ice Cream Cone especially at children s parties first put a scoop of ice Cream in a Small dish. Place your Cone upside Down on the rounded scoop of ice Cream in the dish and press Down gently. Thea holding the Edge of the plate turn the Cone right Side up. This gives you a Flat top on which to put another scoop Ful. After the second one is plunked on just tap it lightly with the scoop. This leaves you with one por Tion in and one out of the Cone with no fear of losing the top layer. Laura Somerville this is a real doozie Laura. Saves tears As Well As dropped ice Cream. Why not mix flav ors too Bottom Vanilla and top chocolate makes a Gay and tasty Cone. And Don t forget to plunge your scoop in cold water after each serving so the ice Cream will be easier to dip up. Heloise dear Heloise when i m sunning myself of the Patio rather than take the Chance of overdoing it i just set the timer on the clock radio. When the music stops i know it s time to turn Over and Sun the other Side. I reset the timer and can lie Back and relax until the music stops again. I figured this out after getting overdone one Day. Mrs. Helen Elo mlle dear Heloise i stumbled on a Good thing recently. When using the attic fan each summer i have a great Deal of lint collecting on the screens when the windows Are raised. I always took mine Down and scrubbed them with a stiff Brush and soap. Then one Day i picked up a clean dry sponge and whisked it Over my screens. It cleaned the lint off of them in a minute try it. Sure saves time and lots of hard work mrs. L. V. Hamrick i m a Monkey s Uncle if it does n t work. You gals try it on any screen whether you have an air conditioner or fan or not. You la just love it. Heloise dear Heloise have you Ever had a Good purse but the stitching came out of the strap i Iron on Rug binding and stitch it Over the old stitching. As this binding is available in Many colors you can buy it the exact Shade of your purse and Cut it As narrow As needed. This is especially great for shoulder strap bags. Mary Murar letter of laughter dear Heloise i had a most fabulous hint to pass on to you but unfortunately i can t remember what it was. When i do remember i la be sure to write it to you right away Micki Chilcott dear Don t throw away out grown or worn rubber thong Beach sandles. I use the heels of these old thongs for doorstops. I Cut about two or three inches off the Heel and discard the front. They make perfect doorstops that never slip and hold the door securely so drafts won t slam them shut. Justine Dirreen dear Heloise i have a helpful hint for tent campers. To prevent dampness on cloth ing Purchase a plastic hat bag with shelves in it a Hook on top and a Zipper Down the front. After setting up your tent put a Hook Type screw into the main pole of the tent. Then hang up the hat bag place the clothes on the shelves and zip up the through. After the bag is Hung there will still be space under it to spead out a sleeping bag thus no ground space is wasted. We would t go tenting without ours. Zippy dear folks after frying Bacon and pour ing the excess grease out if you use a paper Towel to wipe the outside of the Skillet along the Edge where you poured. You will save yourself lots of trouble. Here s Why we usually Cook eggs in that same Skillet using a Little of the Bacon grease. Grease has drip Ped Down the Side if you doubt this look the next time you pour some and we Are Only Bak ing it on the outside of our skillets when we put it Back Over the fire. Another reason is that the Burner on your stove will not get dirty i nor win the grates. Once Oil is baked on these grates the next clean pan you put on the stove will get Marks on its Bottom. Heloise or. And mrs. Chuck Ward Kershaw photo miss Mary Baker and Chuck Ward Are wed miss Mary Baker daughter of or. And mrs. Howard e. Baker of Mil Syrock and or. Chuck Ward son of or. Aad mrs. Charlie Ward of Centra Lia were married july 8 at the Centralia first methodist Church. Baskets of yellow and White Gladioli tied with yellow and White ribbon bows and branched tree candelabra decorated the Church for the late after noon double ring ceremony per formed by the Rev. Herbert Miller. Yellow and White rib Bon tied to wedding Bells marked the pews. Miss Sandra Marth was vocal soloist. The Organ accompaniment was by mrs. Eugene Sim Mons who also played the wed Ding music. Given in marriage by her father the Bride was attired in a White floor length gown of silk organza Over taffeta. It was de signed with an Empire Waist Bateau neckline and Long Nar Row sleeves. Chantilly lace formed the neckline Yoke and was appliqued to rows on the sew a pan dress printed pattern zip into action zip up a pan dress that combines free Dom and flattery for half sizes. Choose Crisp checks for Home shopping Garden. Printed pattern 9258 half sizes 12v4, 16v4, 18 2qv4, size 16ft Yards 35-Inch fabric. Fifty cents in coins for each pattern add 15 cents for each pattern for first class hailing and special handling. Mail order to pattern dept. 232 West 18th St. New York . 10011. Print name address with zip size and style number. Everything new 115 most wanted fashions fabrics accessories in new Spring summer pattern Catalon. All sizes clip Coupon in Catalon choose one pattern free. Send 50 cents now. A Marian Martin feature the daily chronicle Centralia Chehalis. Wash. 456, Calendar Centralia wednesday army Home Lea gue 10 . Hall. Sea Dorcas welfare ser vice 10 . Church. Women s society of Chris Tian service noon first meth Odist Church. Christian women s fellow ship first Christian Church 10 . Church parlor. Ivy Rebekah Lodge 8 ., roof Hall. Chehalis wednesday sixty plus group Methodist Church cottage. St. Helen Hospital Guild no. 4, Hospital. Foe auxiliary 8 Eagles building. Getting around skirt and sleeves. The match ing sleeveless coat extended to form a Chapel train and was ornamented with lace appliques. Her shoulder length veil of illusion attached to a velvet and Satin Rose Headpiece was de signed and made by her Mother. She carried a silk handkerchief Given her and carried by her great aunt mrs. Kathryn Ericksen 52 years ago. Her bouquet was an arrangement of White Catalia orchids and Ste Panotis atop a lace covered Rainbow Bible from which cascaded Robbon streamers tied with Stepha Notis. Mrs. John h. Baker Golden Dale sister in Law of the Bride in a floor length gown of s k y Blue dotted Swiss Over taffeta was Honor. Her gown was styled with a ruffle which fell from the Empire Wai Sollitt and edged the skirt hem. She wore a White hat trimmed will Blue and White Flowers and car ried a bouquet of Blue carnations and White and yellow Daisie tied with yellow ribbons. Wearing identical gowns of lighter Blue were the brides maids mrs. Darrell Morton Centralia sister of the Bride Groom miss Judy Stamper Chehalis mrs. Harvey Keenan Onalaska miss Janet Prohaska Tacoma and Junior bridesmaid Sheri Schuttie Cousin of the Bride. Lighting the candles were mrs. Dick Haugh Tacoma and mrs. Bob Robertson Randle. Or. Ted Skramstad ellens Burg was Best Man. Ushers were the messes. Darrell mor ton Centralia brother in Law of the bridegroom John h. Baker brother of the Bride Ron Gordon Cousin of the Bride Groom and Joe Berrett Seattle. Ronn Schultis Cousin of the Bride was Junior usher. The Mother of the Bride wore a Pink Linen ensemble with Fuschia accessories. A beige silk Shantung suit with beige and Brown accessories was the Choice of the bridegroom s Mother. Both had White Pink tinted Orchid corsages. The four tiered maltese Cross wedding cake served to guests at the reception in the Church social Hall was baked and decorated by mrs. Don Long of Mossyrock. It featured Blue roses and Silver leaves and was topped with two White doves wedding Bells and rings. Assisting were mrs. Ralph Morris Mossyrock mrs. Ron Schuttie Onalaska aunt of the Bride mrs. Robert Gordon aunt of the bridegroom mrs. Edward Degross mrs. Al Pante Leef Centralia and miss Dar Lene Degross. Special guests at the wedding were mrs. Kathryn Ericksen from Long Beach Calif and mrs. R. C. Trevethick Pueblo Colo., both great aunts of the Bride. For their wedding trip to Cougar the Bride chose a celery Green Irish Linen coat and dress with yellow acres series. Her Corsage was of orchids. She was graduated from mos Syrock High school and attended Centralia College. The Bride Groom graduated from Centra Lia High school attended c e n Thalia College Tacoma technical school Ogden technical school Huntington Beach Calif., and is employed As an announcer for station Karo Aberdeen. They Are at Home in Aber Deen. Miss Linda Studhalter of mor on left recently for Germany where she will become the iride of or. Kenneth Aurens Ilso Morton who is stationed Here with the . Army. The couple expects to be in Europe or the next two years. Before departure miss Slu Delaler Vas honoured at a bridal Shower posted by mrs. Fred Ahrens with mrs. Lcona Peterson. The daughter and sen of the j. Frank Cotters of Centralia Are very much on the move this summer. Miss Jeanette Cotter it visiting her sister and brother in Law. And mrs. Harry Stott ios in Omaha neb. And is attending summer session at the University of Omaha. Or. James Cotter Sacramento Calif has been visiting with his parents. Welcoming cousins on their first visit to the Pacific North West Are mrs. Elva Smith and mrs. Edna Aaron of Centralia. Their guests Are or. And mrs. Oscar Bates Wise a. And mrs. Katherine Apperman of Alexander a. Mrs. Bates and mrs. Apperman Are teach ers in Virginia. Sight seeing jaunts of the the visitors have included a trip to Yakima Seattle and to Westport. Tiny cubes of cheese such As Swiss Gouda Cheddar Brick or Blue added to a tossed Green salad make a flavorful Surprise note to an Ordinary everyday food. Or. And mrs. Ronald l. Kreklow St. Mary s Catholic Church nuptial scene baskets of Salmon color glad Ioli and White Stock decorated St. Mary s Catholic Church in Centralia for the wedding of miss Mary Patricia Mcmahon and or. Ronald l. Kreklow on july 1. The pews were marked with Gladioli and greens tied with Salmon color Satin bows. She is the daughter of or. And mrs. Michael Mcmahon of Centralia and lie is the son of or. And mrs. Edwin Kreklow of Seattle. The evening double ring Cere Mony was performed by the Rev Robert Logan. Mrs. William Baily was Al the Organ for the wedding music. Escorted to the altar by her father the Bride wore a gown of imported silk organza Over see who s or. And mrs. Edward mors Bach have announced Itie engagement of their daughter Roberta Eileen to or. Robert h. Robinson son of or. And mrs. Donald b. Robinson bar ringtone. Iii. The Bride elect is a graduate of Centralia High school Centralia College and a senior at the University of Washington. Her Fiance was graduated from Cornell University Ithaca . And in june completed his master s program at the us where he was a member of Beta Gamma Sigma business honorary. He is employed by Ampex corp., Redwood City Calif., and a member of the u. S. Army Reserve with the rank of first lieutenant. A Spring wedding is planned. Engagement of miss Star la Jane Mackovich to or. Thomas m. Grate has been announced by her parents or. And mrs. John Mackovich of Randle. He u the son of or. And Fri. Charles of Packwood. The Bride elect student at Eastern Washington state College was de on int Spring Honor Roll for her Grade Point of 3.53. The future bridegroom is stationed with the . Navy aboard the Ranger. No wed Ding Date hat been set. The engagement of miss Emma Jane Nichols to or. Errol l. Maranville has been announced by her parents or and mrs. John a. Nichols of Englewood Colo. He is the son of or. And mrs. Chester e. Maranville of Centralia. Miss Nichols is a graduate of St. Francis de sales High school Denver Colo. Her Fiance was graduated from George Washington High school Denver and is employed by the Union Pacific rail Road Seattle. A sept. 30 wed Ding in Englewood is planned. Taffeta designed with French Peau d auge lace sleeves Anc scalloped neckline Edge will Earls. Lace appliques Orn men de the Empire bodice the a Ine skirt and bordered the do Schable Chapel train. Her in a irked silk illusion veil a. Leld by a Crown of Pearl Lac petals scattered with Aurora Joryalis stones. She carried bouquet of while roses and sle Panotis entered with a while Orchid and her Only jewelry in a Diamond Pendant a gift from he bridegroom. Miss Joan House Salmi reek Calif., was maid of lion or. Her floor length gown o Moss Green silk Linen was Styli with Cap sleeves a Sabrina neck Ine and an a line skirt. The Empire Waist was marked b ribbon which tied in a Bow with streamers reaching to Ali Lemline. Tiny tailored bows he he Halo veil of her Headpiece and she carried a bouquet of so Mon color Gladioli. The bridesmaids similarly a tired were miss Joanne free Man Seattle Cousin of the Bride mrs. Robert Rceder Centralia and mrs. Darald Frochlich 0 Lympia. Miss Mary Kay Mcmahon sva Junior bridesmaid for her sier. Best Man was or. John Moor Centralia. The messes. Michae Mcmahon 111, brother of the aride Robert Reeder and Ron Aid Roffler All of Centralia were Ushers. The Mother of the Bride chos o Wear a mint Green Ensom me and the bridegroom s Mother was in Pink lace. Their Cor Ages were of Gardenias an Stepha Nolis. Assisting at the reception a the Shamrock inn were mis. Dorothy Risse Centralia mrs Vincent Barwick Olympia mrs John Freeman Tacoma an mrs. William Risse Olympia All Are aunts of the Bride. Also assisting were mrs. Ben Spencer sister of the Bride Groom mrs. Dorwin cunning Ham mrs. Ray Wheeler mrs. James Gallagher mrs. Don Sticklin and mrs. Lance Krek Low the misses Christine and Patricia Barwick and Jennifer and Barrie England and the messes. Vincent Barwick Don Sticklin de Wheeler Ray Wheeler and Lance Kreklow. For their wedding trip to Cali fornia the Bride chose an off White suit trimmed with Navy and red. Her accessories were Navy and her Corsage a White Orchid. The Bride was graduated from is. Mary s Academy Toledo and attended Centralia College. The bridegroom was graduated from West Seattle High school and attended Seattle University. They will reside in Chehalis. Or. And mrs. Thomas Foy of Seattle have announced the engagement of their Daugh Ter Barbara Daphne to or. James Clell Henson son of mrs. Clell Henson now of mount Vernon and the late or. A Clell Henson of be Ell. The Bride elect attended Grays Harbor College and the University Washington. Her Fiance was graduated from mount Vernon Union High school attended. Pacific lutheran University and served three years with the . Army. He is a trooper with the Washington state High Way patrol. A july m wedding planned. They will reside in Kent where he i stationed. He Dolly chronicle tuesday july 18, 1967 women s news Page family social events Newton women s Page editor phones Marlys Giesy is wed to Jack Rasmussen the first Baptist Church in Chehalis was the scene of the uly 1 wedding of miss Marlys Ylvia Giesy Chehalis to or. Ack Earl Rasmussen also of a Debalis. Parents of the Bride re or. And mrs. Ralph l. Gley Petaluma Calif. The Bride room s parents Are or. And irs. Ii. E. Rasmussen Cheha s. The Church was decorated with assets it Pink and White Gladi i and Pink candles in White can Eslabra. White ribbons marked to pos. The Rev. Howard Pil her performed the afternoon double ring ceremony. Miss eggy Nelson was the organist Nti miss Vicki Rife was the to Al soloist. Given in marriage by her Fath 3r, the Bride wore a floor length Alin gown decorated with Liny Eod pearls and styled with a nil length train attached at he shoulders. A Perl Crown iced her shoulder length veil she carried baby Pink roses on a while Bible. Matron of Honor was mrs. Judy Johnsn Chehalis sister of the Grid Groom. She wore a Street a nth Pink a Lino dress style with a scalloped neckline. Her Boquet was Pink carnations with shades of Pink roses and daisies. Dressed identically o the Malbrou of Honor were Thi bridesmaids miss Pamela Tho Mas Ellensburg and miss Nel lie Giesy Chehalis Bolh cousins of the Brule. A pcs elects meeting at the Home of Caro Faust the a pcs of handle s methodist Church Clec cd Nev officers for the coming year they Are mrs. Arthur Stover president mrs. B. Pollman vice president mrs. M. Slate Secretary and mrs. N. Siler treasurer. A picnic is a Lonnei tin july 20 at the Home of mrs Pollman. Or. John Johnson Chehalis Best Man. Or. Randall Gie a Salem ore., brother of the ride and or. Jim Kramer Chehalis were Ushers. Brother f the Bride or. Wayne Giesy Vas the candles lighter. The reception in the Church Lall was decorated in a theme if Pink and White. The heart Hap cd tiered cake was made y the bridegroom s aunt mrs. Ilay Haskins. Assisting with the except ton were mrs. Homer Riesy mrs. Doris Walker Kors. Vince Sanderson All of Chehalis mrs. Robert Thomas Allensburg and the misses Elen Haskin Joshie Playle Shar on Rasmussen and sue Rasmus sen sister of the bridegroom All of Chehalis. For their wedding trip to East Ern Washington the Bride chose a two piece Pink suit with White accessories. The couple will re Side in Chehalis. The Bride and bridegroom were both graduated from w. F. West High school. Some Good Cooks have Beer known to add a few drops o salad not hive Oil to a con acc liners sugar Glaze for cake. We have winning ways with dry cleaning Hub City cleaners 105 n. Cen Ralfe phone unique unusual to please the most discriminating Smith s pharmacy Gene Smith prescription specialists next to fullers Chehalis phone 748-8801 open evenings and sundays Modeo Day moving clearance Plush padded Bra 2for3.49 f save on plunge Bra with adjustable stretch straps softly padded cups of polyester fiber Lill. 3.95 panty Girdle 3.39 Lycra spandex controls lightly smoothly with extra Comfort of lovable s magic i mesh Back insert. 4.95 Long leg Girdle 4.19 Lycra spandex Girdle controls with smooth ease under knits sheaths j suits pants. 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