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Daily Chronicle, The (Newspaper) - November 21, 1960, Centralia, WashingtonChronicle women s Page be 6-3311 dial so 8-331 election of officers highlights meeting. Highlights of Iho Centralia Lodge ladies auxiliary to the brother Hood of Railroad meeting Hek this week were Plecion of offi cers for 1061. Discussion of plan for annual children s Christmas parly Ori dec. In at 5 o clock in the roof Hall was held. Elected As president was mrs l. Salton. Serving Wilh her Wilbo mrs. George Finni Junior vice president mrs. J. K. Galpin Secretary mrs win. Kamstr treasurer mrs. C. D. Rissell chaplain mrs. Carl Lofgren con Den mrs. J. J. Roberts inner guard and mrs. Y. M. Loop outer guard. Mrs. A h. Sprague is retiring president and will serve As past president. Mrs. J. J. To burls is chairman of committee making plans Lor the Christmas party. Working with her Are mrs. Lofgren mrs Good and mrs. Finni. All Mem Bers Are urged to attend the party and members not having Small youngsters of their own Are asked to take a Small acquaintance who would enjoy the parly. Plans Are in making for having Santa clans appear at the party. The members will hold install a lion of officers at december meet ing followed by their own gift Exchange. Mrs. J. A Williams easy Thrifty Gay new different bold design Bright colors create an effect of provincial Charm you la love. Jumbo Cross Stit Cli and 4 to Inch plus Gay Rick rack turns this easy apron into a gift hit Bazaar sellout. Pattern 531 trans Fer apron directions. Send 35c coins for this Pat Tern. Send to the daily chronicle Centralia Chehalis Wash. Print plainly pattern number name address and zone. Just off the press Send now for our exciting new 19c1 needlecraft Catalon. Over 125 de signs to Crochet nil sew embroider quilt weave fashions Home furnishings toys gifts Bazaar hits. Plus tons for six smart veil Caps. 25c now was. Announced As Winner of social Price mrs. S. W. Holy Cross Charier member was re ported still confined to her Home party is Surprise Winlock Evelyn Dris Kell was surprised last a Alurdas evening when neighbors gathered at the Home of her daughter am son in Law or. And mrs. Rober Snell to help celebrate her 70th birthday. Refreshments were served o mrs. Driskoll mrs. Neil Blum Mike and Judy of Marysville mrs. Elizabeth Lockmillr or and mrs. Harold Lockmiller and children or. And mrs. Fret prelim or. And mrs. Douglas Mickelsen and Danicic or. Am mrs. Sherman or. Am mrs. Adolph Legal or. And mrs Lawrence Dunn and children i and mrs. George Stroyd Arthur Driskel Steven and Randall Snell. Calendar Centralia tuesday morning Lewis county credit women s breakfast club o clock Lewis Clark Riverside women s Golf club b o clock River Side club House. Tuesday afternoon strop limit club 12 o clock Lewis Clark hotel. Daughters of Union Veter ans o clock mrs. Floyd Spencer. Branch 6, Centralia general Hospital auxiliary o clock Hospital. Business and professional women s club 12 o clock Lewis Clark hotel. Chapter a Peg o clock mrs. E. C. Roberts. Tuesday evening Collins Camp rna o clock roof Hall. Order of Eastern Star 8 o clock masonic Temple Chehalis tuesday afternoon Junior Bridge 1 o clock mrs r. T. Eddy. Tuesday evening monthly Polluck dinner Church of the Epiphany 6730 o clock Church. Junior Guild Church of the Epiphany o clock mrs. Paul Haas. Creative Reading group. No. 1, 8 o clock mrs. Helen Halli sey. Clara Armstrong Guild Seal he orthopaedic 8 o clock mrs Arthur Forsyth. Or. Angus Macmillan Guild Seattle orthopaedic 8 o clock mrs. B. Fahey. Pythian Sisters past chiefs club 8 o clock mrs. Mary Logue. 8nicsaihjbironide Oil ctn publication of it atty obd Dally a inept sunday Al Pearl anal c ent Rama wasji., by the Dally inc., and entered at second class mutter at the i Ost office at Cen a Wash., under the act of March .1.60 per month id Advance by mall in territory m 50 per year 3660 for All months j3 50 or three months by mall elsewhere per year 38 00 or ill months. Tor three inn Llu the associated is Chi tired exclusively to the Tise for of the local news printed in this Newa paper. Discussing a new recipe for beef fudge and the luncheon on monday Are members of Lewis county cow Belles. Seated left Are mrs. Harold Sherfy mrs. Alton Colvin and mrs. Del Mcgill stand ing Are mrs. Ross Seymour mrs. Jay Agnew and mrs. W. C. Nel son. Mrs. Agnew provided the recipe in Story below. The recipe Lewis county cow Belles Host annual luncheon is being tested so it May appear in the Cookbook. The cow Belles have been testing in their own kitchens. The members use much of their time promoting the Sale of Economy cuts of beef. Chronic staff photo the farm City luncheon to Day at the Lewis Clark hotel was ust one of the social affairs sponsored by he Lewis co Tinly cow Jelles during the year. Around 35 members and guests were enter aimed in the ballroom. The program at today s lunch Eon included Mary Monahan elem Strating beef cookery. Miss Monahan received on award Earli r 11115 year in 4-h beef cookery Lemons ration. A door prize cow Belle Cook Book was Given. The cow Belles have been an a Ive group since the organization n 1953. The first meeting novem apr 1952, was suggested by Ernie Cuper president of Lewis county livestock association. He appointed mrs. George Francis chair Nan mrs. Jay Agnew mrs. John w. Complot and irs. Don Ward As a committee 3 perfect the organization of of Belles an auxiliary to the Ewis county livestock ass n and Washington in Allemen s ass n. Irs. Francis was elected the first resident. Projects include 4-11 Licet dem not ration awards a 4-h girl is in snored for state each ear fair Booth at Southwest Yashin Glon fair each year Servig lunch for. The award dinner cattleman of lunches Are Ervid during the cattle sates eco certificates for fathers Day Iii City luncheon. The object of the association is o improve the social Well being if the women in the organization ind to assist the Washington Cal Lemen s association in promoting he welfare of the livestock tidus by. Women eligible for membership nay tie wives mothers Sisters and daughters of Washington stale cattlemen or of men in affiliated industries and women eur aged in the livestock business. The school program sponsored y the Washington stale cow 3elles and carried on in the coun ies is of special interest to the Vor Kors. Each term the Home economics classes receives for Economy culs of beef. The students gel full Benefit in Cook ing demonstrations. The Lewis county cow Belles made Lable favors for the lunch Eon Al the state convention in Longview last May. During the i960 Southwest Washington fair a beef cookery Book was awarded each Day. A beef certificate was Given As grand prize. The i960 officers include mrs. Alton Colvin Centralia presi Dent mrs. Evan Blankenship handle vice president mrs. Larry Driscoll Centralia Secretary and mrs. Jay Agnew Tenino treasurer. Other members Are mrs. Ivan Sush mrs. W. E. Compton mrs. Elis Compton mrs. A Monral Jeffs mrs. Harry mrs. Nila mrs. Mrs. W. C. Nelson mrs. De Rae mrs. Loss Seymour mrs. Harold Shery mrs. Lee Jeffries mrs. Cris Lewis mrs. Ralph Roffler. Miss Pearl Winterfeldt mrs. Karl Bow iian and mrs. Harvey Davids. Mrs. Ross Seymour will be Host Ess for the annual Christmas Par y with politick lunch and gift Exchange next month. A recipe being tested and used by the cow Belles is beef fudge 2 cups White sugar 1 cup Brown sugar Vij cup Corn syrup 3 Tbs Bulter 1a cup milk or water cup finely chopped cooked beef firmly packed. 4 cup broken Nui meats or co count at first Federal in you get personal service because we c 1% f i a i b a i specialize services Home Loans and savings your savings insured up to by the Federal savings loan insurance corp., an instrumentality of the u. S. Gov l. Remember in Chehalis it s first Federal Federal savings 921 Chc Halls ave., so 8-1423 Chehalis Shower Given for Bride elect miss Carol Petrie Bride elect of Dick Dornfeld Bremerton was honoured with a bridal Shower Al the Centralia Home of mrs. Bob Rolinson. Mrs. Ellsworth was co hostess. The Home was decorated in red and White following the december color scheme of the Bride. The refreshments w e r e individual while cakes lopped Wilh red roses. Games were play etl with prizes going to mrs. Herb Petrie and mrs. Don Smith. Invited guests were the Mes Dames Herb Petrie Ted Caillier Owen Kaufman Eugene Parchen George Gage. Jim Smith Waller Sabin Don Smith George Dow Ley Bob Johnson Ellsworth Grill Ier Bryon Williams. Mildred Haas and miss Sandy Parchen. Book reviewed mrs. Harry Laird gave a Book review for the program tuesday for Akita club. The Book the Snake has All the is writ ten by Jane Kerr. Mrs. L. A. Baumgarten was hostess for the meeting. Dakota is the Sioux word for allies and Minnesota is the Sioux word for sky tinted Waters. 1 Teaspoon Vanilla Combine ingredients exclude Vanilla and and Cook slowly o 241 degrees soft to firm Ball. Cool to 120 degrees before beating. Beat until creamy. Add Vanilla and mils. 1% squares of chocolate May be added before Cooling. Engagement announced or. And mrs. Frank Rosbach of Chehalis have announced the engagement of their daughter to Thomas e. Sareault son l. Jain Rosbach of or. And mrs. James e. Sare Ault of Chehalis. Both Are serving with the United states marines in Eltoro Calif. Miss Rosbach was graduated from w. F. West High school in 1954 and attended Eastern Washington College of education be fore entering the service. Mrs. Sareault was graduate from w. F. West High school in 195o and attended Centralia col lege and St. Martin s College. A june wedding is planned. The daily chronicle monday nov. 21, 1960 tenderly was theme of annual College Dange Centralia College students and acuity danced to the music of Les Armstrong s professors at he annual fall formal Friday evening in the Multi purpose club plans program Morton Morton business women s club held its regular monthly meeting wednesday at the wheel cafe. Two guests were introduced As mrs. Bertha Bede of Tacoma and mrs. Syl Weidkamp of Lyndon. The main part of the business meeting was discussing he Plaris for the thanksgiving and Christ Mas gift program sponsored by the merchants. Mrs. William Moffitt and airs. Clyde Cooper Are in charge of arrangements. Mrs. Norman Salher and mrs. Jim Van Cleve will head the com Mittee to make posters Advertis ing the Christmas gift program. Participating stores will display a Large Santa clans in the window mrs. Lester announced that or. Johnston and Eunice Russell of the county health department will meet nov. 23 at 1 o clock in her Home to discuss what you would like your 18 year old to know about anyone interested is Welcome to attend. President visits m veterans of foreign War auxiliary District. 12 president Isabell Ferdinand Toledo made her official visit to the Chehalis auxiliary. Mrs. Alfred Harper Centralia past District 12 president was present and received a Corsage As did the president. Mrs. Ger Trude Davis was guest mrs. Sarah Palmer and mrs. Anna Neuman served refresh ments. Oom of Centralia Junior High school. With autumn decorations As a background the theme a set the tone for the evening. The formal was the highlight of he College s fall Quarter social Calendar. Committee chairmen for the dance include Waite Dalrymple publicity Connie Nichols pro Grams Yvonne Bailey clothes Jim Hull Gail Scrosia Centrepieces Dong Shult card tables Joan Trench Man invitations and John slew Art leaves and branches. We move in the Best of society Hub City Transfer. Modern methods do the trick we re up to Date on All the newest and Best methods. Laundry dry cleaners Johnny announcing our sunday specials Complete luncheon Only or Complete dinner to Choice of roasts steaks chops Turkey Chicken and sea food meet your friends and enjoy a pleasant atmosphere at the Lewis Clark hotel dining room and Coffee shop. Will be seeing you Tom. Lewis Clark hotel 117 w. Magnolia Centralia they see it they love it but wow when they drive it the Jleah look of action Linick s special has the roam ride and go thai gats pm every Firne Buick s clean look of action gels a big reaction right off the hat. Who would t whistle at those Low Slung flowing but where love really bums into Moom is right behind that wheel. You la flip at the zip of Buick s Sassy special. Wonder where it gets int the answer is in the special s Lively exclusive alumni num fireball v-8 mid aluminium dual Nih Lin inc he team that gives the special twice the pow per Pound of most compacts actually More than Many v-8 cars. Vet for Gas savings it s As tight listed As they Cornel behind the wheel s the Only Way to gel that Buick feel of these Oiler features too Buick Interior Beauty Buick room More total head leg and hip room than the Buick suspension for a smooth or relaxing All Day ride Buick Pride now ask How hold on. This Buick get this is priced just a whisper above the compacts the lowest Price you can pay for a High performance v-8 Carl guest test this knockout at your dealers see what new kicks Quick s put in driving now Buick special the Best of both worlds see your local authorized Quality Buick dealer now. 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