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Offica ST 00 W~,st Slre et ALL NO. 15 WEST SEATTLE : i~ m i iJ ii ii roll Harold Ofi~ WES 0300 4010 West Aiaska Street i ,i, ~v 11'1i WHICH I~ 12~rCOI~MUI~A'A'ED 'Jl.'lll~ WE~'I' ~JI~AT'I'LI, ..~.I~W:~ ADMIRAl, WAY ALKI- BEACH DRIVE JUNCTION GATEWOOD- FAUNTLEROY--35th AVE. S. W. -- YOUNGSTOWN " ~?;2~ Copies Free Every Thursday Afternoon THURSDAY, APRIL 13, /939 Head of V. F. VV. ~;omen's q Mrs. S-~nislo and Whitnell V.l'.'s April 4 meeting of lhe :iiiary to Major Ge~;vgo Post No. 2713, Vet('ranr; Wars. the folh)wing elected as ofiicer.~; the new term eom- May: ~rs, Rose A. i,awh!r; .'e I)resideni, M~s. Irene Vice preM(lont. Mrs. t I'O~ SUl'er, MI'S. I'il)Petl; chaplain, Ml's. nson; conductress, ~l'~. guard, Mrs. Lillian trustees, Mrs. Mary and Mrs. Hazel Thomp- elected president al.qo the following appointive ]Vh's. Cornelia Gallach- Mrs. Daisy Sore- tier bea)'er, Mrs. Betty !~atrit/lic instruclor, Mrs. ~rth; hislo,'ian, Mrs. Clar- musician. M]'s. Margaret UStant gua.i'd, M!"s. Kath- color hearers Mrs. Mrs. Florence ~Vil- Monette and Mrs. ~rSon. gro'.ll) of otlicers will of office at a .ioinl Ceremony with lhe officers to Major F~Uwell /'st on Tucs- April 18, in Masonic l~rewer of Ta- tlenl of V. F. W, AUX- of Washinglon, ins*ailing (,:fleer and assisted hv Conductress ellson of AllrOl':l Allxiliary, COlor team. LaMer Is Easter Egg l arty !Annualla,,,t Kdle Satisfy Gardening Urge ..... EastnJ Suntlay was a happy day fm the chihhen in the neighbor- hood of Ed Siestreen, 3817 34th ~. \V. He was the hz'izns for many of the children, findinK the lucky eggs. "Marine Night" At Alki Lodge At Junction Hdwe. ' The Junction Ilardware. Wesl Sealtle representative for Fuller"~ celehrated paint products, announ- ces its annual spring sale on Fill- er's pants and varnishes. The event is one for wllieh man,y home owners wait as it offers real savings in outside paints, outside varnishes and deck and porch Loe:d .Mass'tie Groul) "~'ill I'lay ilnst to Meu with Marine Intvrests i ( if ~q)reial interest io meml)ers , (I" le real I lne industry is an in- vitation extended by Norman E. NORMAN TIIURLO1.V Thul'h,w. I')eputy U. S. Shipping ~,~innlis:drmer, 1o all Ma.~ons on tile eve.sinK, April 17lh, with Alki l,odgo No. 152, F. & A. M., of At Junction Feed & Seed paint. The sale stalls next Mon(ay, April 17, and lasts for two weeks. The Junction H.u'dware is located ~t 4720 California Ave., aeross from the A. & P. store. Wilson Heads Farwell V. E W. lee l,awler Cho.,~n Senior Vice- C~nnn.mder; Phil Coterlll Is ,Junior V-C .......... Major George W. Farwell Post, V. F. W., held the annual election of officers for the ensuing year on last Tuesday night, April 4, witt~ the following members selected to guide their destinies: James E. Wilson, Commamler. With the weeds and the grass starting their annual race to take possession of the lawn, with the sweet peas already looking around for something to climb on, and the urge to "get out and do something about that flower bed this year" stirring within every West Seattleite, it is a good time lo spotlight the Junction Feed and*~o-~ .............. Seed Store. garden. Seeds, tools, fertilizers, and West Seattle home ]overs have of course plenty of advice when wanted are inchlde(1 in the garden department. In the feed depart- meat supplies for poultry, pets and tiveslock of any kind to be found been tilling their needs for all types of lawn and garden supplies and tools at the Junction Feed and Seed Store since 1921. Mr. and Mrs. Nordgren purchased the store from Win. Henwood in July of 1927. Since the death of Mr. Nordgren two years ago, Mrs. Nordgren has managed the store. he .Junction Feed and Seed Store has always t)een at the same location, 4747 California Ave. Spring gardeners will find plants ready to help start the successful flower -- _ " li ..... ' , : ,' ' ',, ,t .... , , ,, i iii I West Seattle Alums Will Hold Reunion Wast S,.,altle Ahunni wilt hold their annllal rellnion banquet on Friday, Aplil 21, ai ttle high sc}~ool with the Reveren(l Jalnes Bl'etl Kennn. pastor of ihe University Ternple, ;is lhe principal st)e;tker. l~.everend Kenna wiil .~;pcak on his reeenl trip to IqDlope lind }{oy i,indma 11, \Vest Seat th, professor and gla.(lu'lte, will he the !{)aql- master. An aecordionisl will cireu- around West Seattle ace earriekl~.eeping (tepal'tnlenl ai the Cleln~tns otllce. Lady Lions Spring Bridge Luncheon The annual spring blidge lunch~ eon of the Lady Lions Club will Im held Ttlesd~ty, April lg. a! 12:30 in the Marine I~(~om of the Sorrenlo Hotel Proceeds of Ihb~ affab" are IIsed Io CalTy on the welfare WOIk of lho club amon;~ un(lerprivileKod girls. Evec',' offOl't 17, being made lo R.J.Vann Y~rv Vann assnl'e SlleCpss. Mrs ~Vilbur Zundet prpsident, hereabouls ~ll'e starlinK *,~ , iR and nlenlhers ~f |he cnntm0t--, through basemen! corners and nhl hays wol'ketl diligently ~n mhke lhe trunks in lhe annual se;trnh for unll~iual and h)ve]y sprlng decora- fishing gear. lions. Mrs. Merrill Shaw is general As usual, Vann Bros. at lhe dune- eh~irnlan fnr the affair, Her a.ssist- tion will have the game laws and fl~hing licenses for local fans, hut thts year they will greet fishermen with a more complete line of tackle than ever before. While they have carried a large line hereiofore they have this scason added some of the specialties which the most exper- ienced casters call for. Among tackle available is sucl~ makes as Pflueger, South Bend. Granger. Montegue. Union. Penn and Hedden. Thi.~ new stock inclu- des both salt and fresh water tackh, and covers all phases nf the spolt. Vann Brothers are also the West 'Seattle representatives for the Seat- anls am: Mrs. B. W. Gockhart, tickets; Mrs. Henry Po(erson and Mrs. W. C. Kean, prizes: Mrs. T. S. Silvers, music; Mrs. Ronald Beals. decorations: Mrs. Paul AL exander publicity: also Mrs. Tom Coppage, Mrs. L. H. Geisler. Mrs. Juan I.,opez. Mrs. Duncan Thomp-I son. Mrs. M. P. Mikkelsen. Mrs., R.oy Nelaon. Mrs. W. O. Gregg and Mrs. Brnee Harris. For rcscrva- tinn~ call Mrs. Lo(;khart. WEat 3420 or Mrs. GreRg. WEst 1020. Dln'ing the luncheon hour gues|s and membe!~ will he enlertained by n atrinK trio eolnposed of Mrs. Dawn Miller. violinist; Mrs. T, S. 'tle Rainiers this year and they Silvers, eello; have some tickets for the opening- Barnes. pianist. game at Sick's stadium, Tuesday ................... April 18. They have a quantity of Remodeling Loans these tickets with some very choice seats among them. l,ead at W, S. Assn. Disciple Players to Th,, w,,st i,ic Fede, al avings md Loan Association reports that Repeat Easter Play the, e has been an inct'ease in the size of loans made by |he organi- aud . Mrs. Paul The Easter drama, "An Eye for zation recently, with a number of an Eye" which was presented at sizeable lransaetions being roads. the West Seattle Christian Church Loans for remodeling lead. with adas. tbefore Easter to a packed house refinancing a close second. The lo- Marjie Riley, Beatrice Irwin, Bet-IwtlI be repeated this coming Sun- cal federal association makes loans ty Beadell, Margaret Mudgett, Bet- t day night at 8 o'clock in the Hall of for building and repairs also. The ty Delrose, Geraldine Hunt, Doz'-tFellowship, West Side association charges no lores Mudgett, Alice I~ockett, Paul-[ The play, which is directed by commission and only a small ap- ine Stewart, Shirley Frayne, Dolor-t Dr. L. Houston Reusch. received so praisal fee. according to John A cs Miller, Patricia Drummond, Jer-lmany commendations that the Dis- Bennett. president. ry Sylliaasen, Verna Lewis, :Betty I ciple Players have acceeded to theTheodore lessen, seeretary-mana- Correy, Tommy Yetter, ]Bob Weed- requests of their friends and are ger, calls attention to the fact that in, Harry Robins, Richard Wess- link, Gerald Hunt, Edward Harri- son, Bill Dana. James Stratto, 3ohn Dunn, Carl Sims, Richard Dare, Gordon Saxwold, Douglas Wicker- son, Billy Hutchison, John Chrisnut, Dick LaBell, 3ohn Hayes, John Ramsey, Kenneth Laukon, Gordon McDonald, Gerald Hunt, Bill Par= ker and Ntanley Miller. giving this repeat performance, the association has plenty of money This will be the last presentation on hand to aec0mmodate local hot this year. Everybody is invited to rowers who wish ~o place first attend, mortgages on improved real estate. The sermon theme for the 10:30 service is "Continuing Steadfastly." Let our expert pamper make yore car look like new with our long, I t lastlt~ auto l~tnt. Hart Motor C~ i i Judson Shorett Speaks Monday On Legislature Judson B. Shorett, former West Side resident and broth~ er of John B. Shorett, will speak before (he West Seattle Commercial Club next Monday noon on lhe subjeci, "High- lights of the Last Legislature." Mr. Shorett was a leading member of tbe last legislatm'e and as such will give an inti- mate picture of the various e~oss-currents whic!~ resulted in the measures finally passed. Miss Gunderson Wins $5 Cash "II pays !o buy iu W'esl Seattle," Thls~'shouhl be the motto of all Wesl Sealtleites. t)eca.use it really ',does pay as Miss Barbara Gunder- son can well vouch for. as this weel, she was lhe winner of the Pul'chase Award campaign ,pnn- scrod by "yVes( Seattle merchants. Tt~is $5 p~ze is gained through itrading in ~Vnst Seattle and filling 'out n blank e~l'd, which is gath- ,elcd and each week one card is ehosell fronl tlne lot.. Mis:; Gunderson is the pretty head !tsherelte at the local Portola [ Theatol whel e she serves ~est - F.,.nl l- Ineally Miss Gunderson lives a~ 2324 467h S. W. Laube Tells of City's Progress "~Vhy ~.n) lo sll of lhe Iroubh~ of voted a measure il ~hould be ad leD\uDl: lhe co!~munity to 5UYJministered without fear. favor )r a l'l isle:4 when yoIl can buy then1 I righl hei'o al ynlll' own front yard pressure from any group." A former professor of civics al in Vvb.st Sea Hle?" asked Miss Gund- the University of Washington. orson upnn beinR informed of win- Couneilmar, Imube declared thai ninK the $5. l dietatrn'ships Iive no heed to the wishes of ii~e people, while dcm. Chino"k Staff oc,'aeies haves tendency to go tot, Y far in the. opposite extreme, even tx ,uUera J to inter,eroneo w,th lsws, once ][~,l:~-l_~__[L.~,,,,, = they are passed, I "Governmenl p r a, e t i c e hasnq, -- 'caught up with our knowledge of Jea!l P~rker. Ed O'Neill, Martlmlwhat we should do," ~aid Im.ube. Kludall. Bob (;our. Patty I"tf ~ee do not improve our dem- Matmo Aid Staff Iocratic processes, they may destroy ............. lhemselves and thus end demo(> Five velernn ~-~rest Seattle high racy." school l',loor, tct'~ and o~e ax] !nizam-] ez' invaded |he Hel~ld off'lee tl~|s| week and assisted in the p~hiica- !Sells ,i..,n ,,, this sue. I Eggs by Thousands ,Jean Parker. Chinook editor, as- ............ sumed the responsibilities of the] The Husky store, next to th~ editorship of the Hcz'ald; Martha Kindall took ()vet' the copy desk; Ipsti~ee at the Junction. sold so many eggs last Saturda: that hens Ed O'Neill handled make-up and in the "country nearby ~ going on Hound 'n Round with the Herald [a two~hift basis. Repmler: Bob Cour edited sportsI and Patty Maline handled general l assignments. All five see members[ of Quill and Scroll. international I honorary uociety for high school I Elliclent Gow~rmnent tn Seattle Puts Finances on Sonnd RaMs Speaking as the gtleS; of the West Seal t le C,mlmereial G~ub Monday noon, Councilman Frank J. Lauhe gave some interesting facts and views about Seattle. Councilman Laube declared that Seattle is et~eiently governed at preseni and cited the fact that it~ public debt has been decreased $1,510,069 during the depression while other municipalities had sunk farther into debt an average of 16 pel cent. Recognizing the need for placing less burden on business and in- dustry so that thex~.e forces can u~ more money in private develop. ments to give needed employment, the present city government has co.- operated to give Soattle the lowest tax rate of any city of its size in 'the U, S. Councilman I.,a a he spoke at length on the difference between politics and administration_ declar- ing that ea.eh hnd its place, but should not he mixed He declared in essence that poli- tics is the process t)y which lhe voters make known their wishes and have them recorded into law. Administration is the process hy which the law is applied, "VCe ~hould no~ mix the two." said Mr, L~ube. "Oneo lhe peoplo havo jou"nal ist s. Bob Ochsner took charge Of ad- vertising for the current, issue. I "The experience gained by. work- ing with R. L. Hamilton. ~ditor of the Herald. will undouh~edly Drove beneficial 1o all of us." remarked [Jean Parker. ........................ IBird Concert At Fauntleroy .......... A hlivd Concert will be presented al !he Fauntleroy church Friday evening, April 14, 8 o'clock, hy Chalqes Bowman Hutchins, "The Bird Man." Hutehins. who formerly lived in Seattle and graduated from Queen CHARLES HUTCHII~rS Anne high school, is a nationally known bird authority, In his nature programs, which are authentic and instructive, he sings songs of the birds and paints their pictures be- fore his audience. He features not only bird songs and calls, but stories, le.,;sons and the music of nature. "Bird Man" Speaks At Sea ViewChure Crushed Fender? ~ee z~uey Oliver Charles Bowman Hutehins. the at Hart Motor Co. for all makes American naturalist, known to mil- er cars. I lions at "The Bird Man," will give a {nature p]7ogram at the Sea View O'Neill the plumber, WEst 5283, l ehurch Saturday eventng, 7:80 The stove offered a package of Easter e~g dyes or a live baby chick with ea.ch two doze~ egg~ sold that day, Authorities requested the store ~o eliminate the live ~ehicks b~,~c Of danger of small children killing the tender birds. As a result, the stm'e substituted a, free i~e erects cone and everybody was h~;ta'py. The store !'an out of eggs twice duriug the day, borrowed all they could about the neighlmrhood and had to send t~t town twice for more eggs. Gas Stations -Instal I Car Wash Service Doug Hineline's Signal Service and Larry Ryan's Serviee station~ have announced the installation nf Tureo Car Washers. sa~d to be the vel;y latest thing Jn cm washing. "~he Turco Car Shampoo i.~ u sel~sational, simplified method and a new material for washing cars, IX is the newest and most radically different achievement In auto clean= erS~" nays Doug Htneline, "~hi~ new liquid compound pen- etrates and loosens grime, Ires and exidation floating them away in a rich carrying foam. Turco Car Shampoo is not a soap even though it does develop a snds, It contains no oils. fats or other film-forming elements, It is a neutral compound entirely of penetrating and cleans- iP~ organtc materials, and is ap plied by lhe efficient Turc0 Car Washer," added Larry Ryan. During all Of sex! week Ihesc service stations are making -. special introductory price for Turco shampooing any make of car. Thi~ special offm" ends April 22. ....... L~ ................. Bridge Tournament At Community Club Mrs. Beulah N. Cresap announces a Contract Bridge Tournament at. the West Seattle Community Club House every Monday evening at. 8 o'cloek. All Contract Bridge play- ers are invited to play in these weekly tmarnaments. For informa- tion call WEst 5627 or WEst 45,10. GARWOOD'S CANDY Pure fresh chocolates, hard and soft. Sold in bulk or box. 37ffi' 40th S. W., four blocks east of Calif, Ave, aL Manning St., neat" water tank. No ~rvCll too big to rlm~ at West ~attle Auto ~ebufld. 4100 W. A1a~ WEst 1~00. tt Nu-Enamel, Dunlap-Farie~