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Centralia Daily Chronicle (Newspaper) - July 23, 1938, Centralia, WashingtonSaturday. July 23 1936 the Cen Raija. Washington daily chronicle Ety september Bride feted at party honouring mass Ann South Wick. It Csc marriage to William Aldener. Of Che Siahs will be an event of september 17, mass Marjorie Cor did pc entertained Al her Home his evening with a miscellaneous show or rooms carrying out a Blue and Flower Motif the guests enjoyed an interesting evening of and contests Lla Thompson. Sira Rinc Calvin and Joan ferry winning prizes. At. A Lale hour a delicious Buffet luncheon was served from one Long table beautifully entered Wilh Small individual wedding cakes tiered so Asio appear As one Large cake flanked on either Side by tall White Laj Jers. Presenting the Bride elect Wilh n number of Lovely gifts for her new were Hie misses Dorothy i Hoffman. Arthelle Evans. Mildred Warren Thelma Allen. Ruth de Lander Eileen Fletcher. Grace Cameron. Beulah Packard. Suzanne rial Pegg. Yvonne Hartwell. Josephine Char let. Dean Hunwick Jane Markham. Virginia Bear. Charlotte a Cumani. Acker Lydia birr Dick. And . F. If. Cole. Mrs. H. P. South m Lack the Honor guest Ami hostess. Mrs. Lla Thompson. Mrs. Dale Hall Calendar sunday Malachi olym Iii shrine no. Of Basket picnic at 1 o clock at Ineida Beach on Hicks Lake. All members of local Judea shrine no. 4 invited. On Kolew Orange and auxiliary picnic at. Hilp Crl s Grove for Ini in Lam of and families. Monica a Ivy rebel no Drill team prac Tice at i. O. O. F. Hall at p. In. Theta Olio girls at Odd Fel lows Hall p. In. St. Margaret s Guild dessert Bridge with . Ray Edinger hostess. Exclusive Laura Wheeler initials quickly added to linens. Neron. Beulah Packard. Suzanne j a. L Ivan Vcra heeler Joan town a i i i by Cole. Bernice a 3 married members of the Mills and Brown families pioneers of this Vicinity held their fourth annual reunion this past week end beginning with i n dance at the grand Mound Sun j Shine club saturday evening and i ending Wilh a picnic at Borsi Park sunday. J of lie Large number of family before an improvised altar Bank members present at the picnic is cd High with a profusion of summer j her Grant was introduced As the Flowers wedding vows were read Ali Onliest Brown pre sent and Jack o clock last evening for miss Buckley a the of the Thelma Daugherty and or. Donald lot. Mrs. Funk was introduced As Cameron at the Home of or arid he oldest remaining member of the . C. Cluzel. J William Mills Branch. Judge w. H. Niimi run officiated the. Business meeting in the of it the. Single ring service in the j Ter noon was opened by Glen Mas presence of close relatives and . Vice president acting chair Friend is of the couple. Since Hie death of w. B. Mills miss Daugin cry. Who is the former president. Coming to Atten daughter of or. And . Walter i Uon Wilh die singing of America Daugherty. Was Lovely in a dark i a minute of silent commemoration Gray travelling suit. Her Corsage was and prayer was observed in memory of Sweet peas and rosebuds. Her at of lie former president and Samue l pattern 1809 Inch and two 1 i Inch with Floral directions initials highlight your linens and lingerie with colourful initials and Mono directions for placing of Grams in easy Lazy Daisy stitch and French knots. Extra sprays help c set let Cvet Lii Stamps or Coin form interesting monograms j Coin preferred for this pattern pattern 1809 contains a. Transfer i to Hie Centralia Dally chronicle Dialler a of four alphabets to . Pendant was . John Cluzel the bridegroom s sister. She was attired ill a French Blue suit with a Cor Sage of rosebuds and Sweet peas. Little miss Rosemary Cluzel made Flower girl in a Tureen Organ die frock. Or. John Cluzel Bronjer in Law of the Groom was Thurston Mills recently deceased and one of he oldest pioneers born in this Community. An interesting historical report on the William our cell Mills Branch of the family was Given . Delaney. Histor Ian. Or. Mills was the first. Baptist minister in Centralia. During the Indian uprising a company of vol owls. Present at he reception unters was organised with Mills Ich followed at the Cluzel Home is Captain Milton or. Bert miss Calherine Cameron Painter miss liar Lell . Elmer Rose. Or. And . A. Cluzel or. And . C. Clinzel arid children. Or. And . Walter Daugherty and or. And . John Clu Tel. Following a Short wedding trip to Trie Graj s Harbor tie Young couple will be at Home to heir Many friends in Centra Iii. 11. Visitors fat ii or. And . I. Robinson and children of Houston Texas Ami Isgur and daughter of Sedalia mo., were guests of Mieir prom the three generations of the clan who crossed the Oregon Plains in 47 he re Are now four More Mak ing seven generations that have lived or Are now living in this Sec Tion. The three original generations were Nancy Scott Smith Hunt her daughter. Mrs. Kane Mills and her Gru Naughler. Mary Mills. New officers elected for the 1939 reunion which will be held the third saturday and sunday of july on the Bank of Black River at Date were As follows k. C. Brown presi Dent Roy Brown vice president Juanita Masterson Secretary Lloyd Huzzard. Treasurer and Esther Grant historian. Edgar Smith re Harry Robinson of Elma. This past week. Or. And . Dave Robinson. Or. On Terfa ined with a family dinner in their Honor last sunday and on maj Juday or. And . H. Robin son for them at their Elma Home. Tuesday or. And . I and or. And . Dave Robinson jr., were lists at a fam at the later s Home. Mrs. A. Levinson entertained at a 1, luncheon wednesday for the guests prior to their departure for Home by Way of san Bernardino they will visit another brother Sam Robinson and family. Previous to their arrival in Centralia the guests spent a week with or. And . J. Ross in Seattle who entertained extensively in their Honor. Or. And . S. S. Margolas. Of Seattle also entertained with a dinner. Cards sixteen members of the re new Al society were most pleasantly in cards at Borsi Park yesterday when they Krneti in regular session. Honors at cards were won by . Tiblis first . Paul Decham second . Nels Hoglund and i s. Niy Ingram luncheon. Following a potluck dinner at noon were made for the next meeting August 12 at the Park at time Chehalis members will be guests of the local group. Mrs. L will be hostess. of in session Twe club of 98 met for its regular session last evening Al Borst Park. Following a Bountiful potluck sup per an evening of conversation was enjoyed. The group will meet for another picnic August 12 at the Park. A or. And . H. E. Grimm and Sonj Huber Keith and the former s fatter. Or. S. E. Grimm left today for a week s vacation at Stetson s resort of Hood canal. Lois Haskins of Pacific Beach is visiting Here with her . Jennie Goodwin who to her Home with n broken shoulder. Were or. And . K. C. Brown Daisy Mills Morgan. Mrs. Berta Morris. Mrs. Annie burrs. Bessie f. Good. Ray Good and children or. And . Glen Masterson and Chil Dren or. And . A. J. Edwards Peggy Douback Dudley Brown or. And . Ward Mills Brown and children. Or. And . Kermit Crown and children and or. And . Harry Delaney and children. From Rochester came mr., and . Henry Brown. James Mills Irene Funk or. And . J. C. Mills or. And . Raymond h. Brown. Or. And . John Hazel. Mrs. Victor and daughter Lorraine Brown or. And . Edgar Smith and children and Frances Kelly. Oregonians in attendance were John i. Brown Taft Esther Brown Grant Seaside or. And . John Buckley and daughter Dave Ender son and twinkle Buckley Enderson Portland or. And . Orrin Funk and or. And . Leslie Harold Funk Oregon City. From other towns came Roy l. Brown Bucoda or. And . Ben Larson Gate or. And . John a. Byard and . Frances Brock Aberdeen or. And . Lloyd Buz Zard and children Mary Ormsby Anderson and Roy Anderson Tacoma or. And . Charles Baker Vancouver or. And . Harlan Smith and children Gate or. And . Theodore Balch port Angeles or. And . Leslie Funk Aber Deen and Stanley Brown Bucoda. Guests present were or. And . 1-Ed Wau Rich . Rhelia Maue r Mann. Fred mane Mann and Al Atwood. For Oregon or. And . Byron Epperson and son Orville . Harriet Stahl or. Harry Wyatt and miss Varna corp of this City and or. And . Revere Epperson and sons Robert and Winchell. Of Che Halis left today for Oregon City to visit . Byron Epperson s sister . John egr. Mrs. C. B. Cole and daughter Frances returned last evening from a week s vacation at Vancouver b. C. Accompanying them was or. Russell Hawley former Centra Ltan Olio will visit Here with friends you la always want More our chinese food a Jutt that de Lioom. In Eneroth i flit North Tower Avenue open 4 p. Your by i Yeti a Meyer eloped raft Terr Tribune. Molno. Or r _ r r f j. Well As Loo make half grown children i the penalties of i judgment. If they to do this they parents. Picnic supper and swimming at the Cheli alls River Park in James town wednesday evening or. And . Harry mis. Cuitis and son Kenneth or. Uni . Carl Wagner and children or. And . Carroll James and daughter miss Laura Murzell. Miss Jennii Elf Boh and Teil a conman. Mi1, am . H. L. Herran and son Kli hid and Dick Mullan Timve Lelur Ned Home after n two weeks vacation trip to Points in British Columbia Ami the beaches. Or. And . Sales Sampson of Hannaford Valley and or. And . Delbert Roberts were among the visitors at lie j. Masterson Home thursday. Miss Ada nyc is enjoying a few Days visit with her brother. Don Nye and family at Shelton. Or. And . Ray Abbott and sons of Olympia spent the week end at the George Watson Home. Bert Watson and Victor French made n business trip to Hoquiam one Day last week. Miss Kathleen Masic son is spending a few Days with friends in Portland. Carl Wagner made a. Business trip to Portland tuesday. Mrs. Walter Pope has returned Home after a visit with her Par ends in spirit Lake Idaho. News has teen received Here from Aberdeen telling of he com ing marriage of miss Ruth nos Tranel. A former local girl. The wedding Dale has been Sel Page methodist episcopal j Ivearl and Pine sheets. Paul h. Ashby d. D., minister. N. In., i raided sunday school. Classes for nil Ages. 11, morning worship. Sermon on the test that 8 o clock Union evening service in his Church. Sermon by Rev. J. K. , pastor of the Bap list Church. Assembly of Otid Oak and Pine. C. Walberg. Pas Tor. Sunday school the whole Hible morning Wor ship 11. Sermon by the pastor. J 6 till 7. Vesper service in the City j Park. Evangelistic service Rev. Hilly Roberts and wife coloured Sinyei a and evangelists. Will begin 1 special meetings nightly except saturday at thursday eve Ning the evangel quartet from the Northwest Hible Institute of Seattle will have a part in the kneeling. Is. John s episcopal main and Rock. Rev. Frederick Mcdonald. Trinity of is. James Nistle. A. A. Folly communion. Morning prayer and Sermon. No service at 11 Dir it. Sun body recovered a Gimp Afici-.-ll.-3-. Itu King Conn--.1. S aide ill in inc body us. J. It Donold. Port cats. In n i jiving Miles from sheriff s Deputy Leo siege he had broken her neck Lii a picking . Heir. a i Vor a a failure is no disgrace for ulu Witk a Many failed the end. The is to fail a Nyling big. Ing the summer. The instruction Al for continues on prayer Hook sept. A when she will become the backgrounds helps from the Book Bride of or. James Mcghee of of common prayer for Christian Aberdeen. The Nostrud family i living. Marie their Home Here a number r Lirse presbyterian of years before going to Aberdeen i Rock and Pine. Carl c. James miss Nostrud went All through minister. A. A. Sunday our thursday study. Flock and Locust. E. Pastor. Class meeting Day school morning ship. U. Class Young people s service. 7 p. Evening evangelistic service. I midweek prayer service ten Nadav. I a 7-45 m Only one thin i Christian Salem i 1-m. If makes demo simple make us All pros 1-Nst Clerch of Clinst. Scientist i Rou id a Hurc take main and Hock streets holds scr Ichii be. Vices every sunday at 11 o com a sunday school at and Csc Lay evening meetings o clock. The Reading room located in the Church is open daily sex i Cepi sundays and holidays from a to 4 o clock. The Public is invite cd to attend these services and Visil the Reading room. Subject j 01 lesson Sermon sunday. Calvary Talu i Kielc main and Gold. R. Johnson. Pastor. Sunday school j ins worship at 11 jail service children s Church Jyoung people s and adult meeting. I Street meeting. 7 wednesday i night Chart teaching. I iday night choir practice r urday evening people s evangelistic service. 0. High. Too much responsibility is Cipini Citable to child not one of us As parents but tend to carry to extremes any policy or attitude which we Eon older to be a Good one. Thus the Parent who believes firmly in the child s need to develop Independence May leave her children entirely to their own continually in the care of servants in order to Foster this characteristic. Perhaps the children do become self reliant but they May As easily become jittery and Uncertain suffer their errors of were competent would t need then there Are parents who lean heavily in the opposite direction. They expect nothing of their Chil Dren. They make All the plants map out their conduct and Sec Only that the children heed their dictates. Children do not profit from such n one sided they develop an increasing sense of their own helplessness and income of themselves they May be made j tence. They look More and More the local Grade school attended the Rochester Host of friends wish her Ness and Best wishes. Miss lipid Campbell is visit ins in i Taco Ina. Miss Edilh Watson and Lyle Darling spent sunday in Elma at the Home of or. And . In mfr Jeffers. Emery French and Bert. Wat son made a business trip to Seattle. Saturday. All Sunshine club members a tingly forget the Chili picnic to be held july 28 Al Mille Sylvania Park. U Polluck picnic dinner at noon. Or. And . Non Masterson Ami daughter Margaret spent the week end at he Beach bringing Home their limit of clams. And also school. 11. Morning worship the a i Conquest of p. In. Chris irritable and High Strung simply because they Are forced to carry More responsibility than they Are Able to Bear. They Don t always know what to need to be told. Their judgment in t developed sufficiently so that they can always decide without mis takes and they Are angered and irritated by being made to suffer the results of their errors. To the Parent for advice and guid Ance. Illey become clinging vines with no ability to become inde pendent simply because their Shoals have All been trained to cling. We should be wary of any Deci Sion to throw All responsibility up on children and equally of the tendency to assume Alt of it for 1 them. Children get Protection from our leaflet teaching the child not counsel and ad-1 Independence 1 May be had by vice and criticism. If they do the sending a three cent stamped self child can take it or leave it for addressed envelope with your Lel these Are not the Bosses he re j tar to . Eldred of the your sports. The Parent cannot Slouch i baby and mine department in off. Her own responsibility to guide care of the Register Tribune Des and advise and and then Monics. Iowa. New member initiated . Ethel Mickel was initiated into the eagles auxiliary at their j friends regular meeting held at he Engles Hall thursday evening. Following a Short business session the auxiliary served a delicious dinner to members of the aerie. The next meeting was scheduled for August 4 at the Hall. Auxiliary members were invited to attend the 512 club Graham. Mrs. Graham and her Mother have been visiting Here with or. And . Joe Cole and fam ily Are spending the week end Al the Cole summer Home on offal Lake. Meeting july 27 at the . Beulah Busse. Vliss Lorraine Larson of Seattle arrived today to spend a vacation Home of with her parents or. And Charles Larson. I Rev. O. E. Gregg of Hillier. California and . Greg have been visiting Here with the former s brother Frank Gregg Ond family. The californians Are on a three months vacation trip on the Pacific coast and to Canadian Points. Sergeant William Frost of the Vancouver Barracks is spend ing the week end Here with his father or. William Frost and Cou sin . Jennie m. Edwards. Or. Waldo Roberts returned thursday from a six weeks sum Mer school session at the University of Washington. Miss Virginia Harmon left yes. Erday for Seattle where she will spend a few Days with . L. H. Grand Mound grand Mound the club held its regular meeting tuesday afternoon at the Home of . Agnes Leit Ner. The president . Iva Pope presided Over a Short business ses Sion the time was spent in making plans for the club s picnic to be held sunday evening in the Grove of the Elmer Carlson Home. The mystery package1 was won by . Pope. Members present were Mes Dames Mary Leitner Bessie Camp Tell Cordelia Moore Margaret Lynn Pearl Carlson Alma Nye Jane Lee Hazel Axtell Iva Pope and Agnes Leitner. Mrs. Ben Leitner spent the week end at Whidby Island. The following people enjoyed n a Urs is a service easily adapted to any family s Means without denial of any of the Basic features that make our direction so satisfactory and our funerals impressive. Beechler funeral Home phone 147 ambulance service Centralia s Home owned funeral Home maybe the Man is right when lie blames wife or his failure Check Iii id Ali elder was i world beater i store ii married her. Linn eudeiivoi1. 8 p. M., Union ser vice at i lie methodist Church. Rev. G. E. , speaker. I was bind when Lilicy Wirt unto me let us into the House of the lutheran Locust and Oak. Red t. Pastor. U. In., sunday school and Bible Al the Church. Come 11. Inor Ninaj worship and Sermon by the pasloi1. We Cor Luvlee you to come and worship Wilh us. 3 p. M., divine services at the Violet 1 Rairie Community clubhouse. 8 p. In. Thurs Day the regular meeting of he Luther league. Kaptis Pearl and Pine. G. E. . Minister. Meditation service Foi officers and teachers. Classes in Hibic study for nil groups Al. Morning worst it a lieu. Closed Union evening ser vice at the methodist Church. The theme will be wild animals a i. 811 n. Toner. Hollis . Pastor. Sunday school a. In. Morning worship it 11 with Rev. J. U. Fowler evangelist speaking. Special music. N. V. I. S. Service us adult prayer and Pinnise at evangelistic service at Rev. Fowler speaking. A Vicy one invited. Fatlich divine meeting at hotel Centra la Stu Dio. All arc Welcome sunday. To collections or offer Nijs in Hen or accepted. The Hosp cd is Ozien p. Spiritual hotel Rev. Ii. Of a Luik. Special meeting Are by Luis continued each sunday eve under the direction of Rev. Violet Roos trom of olympic. Messages after the services Nunci All Are Welcome. Evening service. Theme. Sharing service with the living scriptural lesson Mark male vanity at its silliest feel ing Superior to his neglected wire when everybody in town knows she far above him. 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