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P'oge Six I I i I ..... I "" -I [ I CAT HOL! C NORTHWEST PROGRESS I T. ...... [-'1 ................... F.riday, April 4,. lC)4  .... VANCOUVER. Hamilton's Funeral Home RAY O. ANDREWS PAUL- L. MYLAN Especially Equipped for Catholic Funerals 302 W. llth Vancouver, Wash. Telephone 1157 II S 0 H H "L" street GRO ElY QUALITY MEATS Flowers anti Complete Line of Quality Foods Shrubbery r I Groceries - Fruiis - Vegetables Frozen Food - Ice Cream 3515 Kauffman Ph. 940 We Deliver - Vancouver Ill 1200 E. 33rd St. Ph. 3104 SMITH BROS., INC. GENERAL CONTRACTORS Excavating Crushed Rock - Sand and Gravel ALL TYPES EQUIPMENT RENTED 29 Algona , Phone 3445 Independent .... Lumber Co. Retail Service Complete Stock Phone 213 27th and Main St. Greetings Hodgkin-Forbes INSURANCE AGENCY 1208 Main Phone i13 SING[R SEWIKG MACHINE CO. This Is the Time to StArt Your Morning or Evening DRESSMAKING COURSE Mail Orders On -Hemstitching - Button Holing - Button and Buckle Covering 1204 Main Street Phone 208 .I SANITARY FISH MARKET ' I To Serve You the Freshest Fish Obtainable at Reasonable Prices Is Not Onr Motto---IT'S OUR BUSINESS ! Quality Meat, Poultry and Rabbits 111 East 8th St. Phone 330 Ask Your Dealer for HOLLAND ICE CREAM It Is 25% Richer Holland Creamery 714 Main Phone 401 GROTHE'S Ilrocery& Market Manor Iti-,Vay Minnehaha Dist." Phone 153 "Everything You Need" Groceries - Fruits - Produce Choice Fresh Meats General Merchandise Vancouver Granite Works MONUMENTS 1800 East Fifth Street Telephone FOUR-TWO-NINE FIRESIDE REALTY CO. If You Want to Buy Or Sell Any Kind of REAL ESTATE "See Us First" 812 Washington Ph. 3485 Columbia Chevrolet go. AUTOMOTIVE TRUCK - BUS - CAR . SERVICE 200 E. Fifth - Phone 223 DR. DWIGHT A. PARISH OPTOMETRIST .- Relief In Sight 13th at Columbia Phone 588 Serra Meefs Third Icelander To Become Priest Will Be Ordained Soon Hakon Loftsson Completes Studies In U. S.--To Sail For Home On Easter Sunday (N.C.W.C. News Service) [young men embraced Catholic':sin. ALTIMORE, A p r i 1 1 -- The't Mr. Loftsson thinks the presence third Iceander to enter the priesthood in more than four cen- turies, Hakon Loftsson, now com- pleting his studies at St. Mary's Seminary here, Will leave Easter Sunday for his native Reykjavik, where he will be ordained in Reyk- javik Cathedral by Bishop Johan- I of American troops in Iceland is making deep and lasting impres- sion on the people and will lighten i his burden. Bishop Gunnarsson [ has Said the conduct of American I boys has been exemplary and that I the Icelanders have noted their at- [ tendanee at Mass and the;r re-[ course to the Confessional. He aid that they spent many hours] Serra International. an organiza- nes Ounnarsson, Vicar Apostolic ticn of business and professional men devoted to fostering and sup- at Iceland. porting vocations, will hold its The ordination will be of par- at devotions when they might annual convention in Chicago. ticular interest to American Oath- have been expected to seek rec- April 24 to 26, according to an clics whose kin served in Iceland faction. announcement from Harry J: during the waz'. Servicemen found _,__.__ G'Haire (above), new executive few missionaries serving a Catho- TEN CARMELITE secretary of the group. Frank Fc population of approximately BIuce, Milwaukee publisher, pres- 500 among a total population of NUNS OPEN NEW ident of the organization, will preo 180,000. side over the sessions. {NO Plto- Converted by Irish monks, the [{ELANO CONVENT tOIll " Icelanders were devout Catholics OPPOSE LORD'S PRAYER IN N Y PUBLIC SCHOOLS NEW YORK-- (NC)--Spirited opposition against a resolution calling on the Board of Education to permit the reading or recita- tion of The Lord's Prayer at gen- eral assemblies in public schools was voiced at a public hearing before the city affairs committee of the New York City Council. An attendance of approximately 100 persons heard the resolution opposed by Unitarian, Presbyter- an and Universalist clergymen and also by representatives of the American Jewish CongTess, the Civil Liberties Union, Local No? 555 of the C.I.O Teachers Union, the Ethical Culture Society, the United Parents Association, the Union of Democratic Action and the American Society for the Ad- vancement of Atheism. Opposed as a Christian Invocation Some opponents based their ob- jection on the contention that The Lord's Prayer essentially is a Christian invocation, but others held that the practice would inject secterianism into the public school system "contre/ry" to the Federal and State Oonstituions. Proponents of the resolution, which was introduced by Coun- until the conquest of the island by [ [ I Denmark in 1544 when the Church cilman Hugh Quinn of Queens, [ J was outlawed. There were two REYKJAVIK, Iceland. -- Ten were headed by Mrs. Jeanette Dioceses the, Skalholt and Holar, Carmelite nuns have taken pos-[ Cohen, representing the Parents n[LITl T r land the Bishop of Skalholt was session of their new monastery at[ Assciatin of Andrew Jackson UUIllIllUI1 |U IT summoned to Denmark, but died Hafnajjordur, near Reykjavik, at- High School and the Cambria l en route, ter it was solemnly blessed by[Heig hts Jewish Center and Har- Ul:ln lid PUIPlfifll Bishop Was Beheaded :Bishop John Gunnalson. Vicar old Larsen, who app6red for a IIILU II1 UI|IUSUU] Bishbp John ArcHon of Holar Apostolic of eeiand. The Sisters coor(linating committee of 3,000 [was beheaded in 1550 for his fight l arrived in Iceland several months Queens section residents and de- - [ogainst foreign interference with[ago, fended the proposal on the ground ............ I kis country and his Faith. He WaHl After the Danish conquest of it would provide spiritual and rAuu -- erra mternatmn-lthe last Icelandm bmho until' " . .  I " " p " l the country in 1544 the Catholic -'oral aid against juvenile delin- a will hold its annual convention I   - t-" " ' .......... misnop unnarsson was eonsecrat- chUrCh was outlawed for three quency. s one re[evens rloiel nere from l .... - . . - " --. , . - ! . . ....... : .........  eam t latricg's cnurcn, wasn- ! cencurms receiwng the right to A petition signed by 3,000 school pru z4 to Apt'li zb w]cn ri]s . =. ..... I.  ,  .' ..... t ingmn, 1) , in aa. I rree exercise only in 1874 There children who favored the resolu- :mmence amuel aramal rltcn " , .........  I Mr Loftsson whose ordination are approximately 500 Cathol:cs tion, was placed before the com- llsteo as guesE O nonor ac ne ." .... ' .... I . " . . _  _ .. its scneamea zor May za S a con- n a population of 118 000, and the mittee, which deferred action on ClOSing ulnner ugene . mar- . ....... :  .  . .'. .... ._. vert co the acnoic mitn. orn m lmissionaries also serve Catholic the proposal. pny past presmen[ oz me t2mcago A ' .... ]Reykjavik, he was sent to her- American soldiers at the Keffla- erra Clan. s in enarge oz ar-_l 1 I . . . rangements Frank Bruce, Mil deen, Scotland, when he was 5 wk Atrport, 60 kilometers from dained since 1544, but another waukee president of Serra Inter- to study English. He made his Reykjavik. Icelander is now in the United national, Will preside over the ses- home there with a Catholic tam- Bishop Gunnarsson is the second States studying in St. Mary's Sem- ily and, impressed by their de- native Icelandic prles to be or-'inary, Baltimore starts, voutness, continued his studies of " The organization of business and Catholicism on his return to ice- " - professional men, inaugurated in land. He became the only Catho- Seattle, is devoted to fostering and support of religious vocations, lic student in the University of The convention will be the first Reykjavik. under the supervision of Harry J. Deciding that the priesthood as his vocation, he came to the C'Haire, new executive secretary United States and entered St. of Serra International. -[Mary's for his philosophical and BETTER DRUG STORE TO SERVE YOU religious studies, noW nearing Dan Kenny To Attend Cpmpletioh. K. C. Fourth Degree American Troops Making Lasting ImpressiOn Easter Greetings Meet In San Francisco The first Icelandic priest of re- cent years, the Rev. John Svens- ton" mpay Dan J. Kenny, district master son, S. J., an outstanding :uro- Vancouver Bus for the Fourth Degree Knights of penn literary figure, also a con- Columbus, will attend a meeting vert to Catholicism was ordained cf Pacific Coast leaders of the de- in 1890. He and Gunnar Einars- gree in San Francisco on May 3. son, the father of the present District masters of eleven west- B;sop, were art their way to etn states have been called to the France when they were delayed in conference by Vice Supreme Mas- Denmark by the Frmco-Prussian ter Thomas Duffy of San Fran- war. They were the guests of the Vancouver - "-Saitar Service cisco, l'efect Apostolic there and both CITY SERVICE PHONE 3398 THE OFFICE of SERVICE For Your Electrical OUT OF CITY SERVICE -- PHONE 14"2 and ACCOMMODATION Requirements Call " 0Is0 Elect ic Payabie at 107 W. 17th--Pho.e 14"/ REAL ESTATE LOANS n r PHILIP LEICHNER, Manager Property Management /t_ AL. J. ERHMAN LtU,  EASTER GREETINGS Harry R. Porter Etic Co.cUon an Agency .- COLTEMOtO ELECTRICAL Vancouver Ice & Odd Storage go. SERVICE 506 Main St. Phone 871 114 w. 8th St. Phone 780 COLD STORAGE FUEL & STOVE OILS T. H. Ghormley JUNOR'S 1112 W. 7th Phone 711 PRESCRIPTION" DRUGGIST MARKET Eads Transfer & Storage Co. 69th and Main St. Ph. 2041 "The Gift Phone 207 Highest Quality PADDED VAN MOVING Cenfer" MEATS- FISH-POULTRY Regular Service To All Points SEA FOODS IN SEASON CALIFORNIA -- OREGON -- WASHINGTON Gifts For All Occasions "It Costs No More to Patronize Main St. at 24th. Ph. 38 Your Home-Owned Store" Dodge Pumps & Plumbing A. R. DODGE, Prop. Holm's Market Lieb & Bar[ay Plumbing-Fittings-FixtureS-Pumps for Deep andWaterPumpsandAccessorleSShallow Wells 1318 Main Street Phone 1153 2515 East 7th. Ph. 651 105 West 6th St. Ph. 1200 VANCOUVER Best Wishes The Bakers of Vancouver's Own Bread join in wishing you the Happiest of Easter Sundays. ARCHER BAKERY - West 8th Street 715 Phone 996 GET BACK IN THE AIR With Vancouver Flying Service Passenger Rides - Charter Trips Sight Seeing Phone 3508 and Fly PEARSON AIR PARK , Mile East from 5th and Main GREETINGS... Vancouver Sporting Goods Company E. B. McCALL DON SALISBURY 925 Main Phone 1121 Wood's Furnifure Sfore Linoleum. Window Shades - Venetian Blinds HAROLD A. HILL, Prop. 9th and Washington St. Ph. 614 ERICKSEN'S PROGRESS CREAMERY Ask For "PROGRESS BUTTER" We Make Our Own BUTTIR AND ICE CREAM 2308 Main Street Phone 1152 W. A. Rann Signs CONTRACT PAINTERS Commercial - Neon Outdoor Advertising Phone 1128 209 Main St. Vancouver, Wash City Cleaners DRY CLEANING, LAUNDRY and REPAIR SERVICE Press vlaile You Wait Pick Up and Delivery Service KEN JORGENSON 817 Washington Ph. 1773 LARSON RED & WHITE GROCERY AND MARKET Staple and Fancy Groceries -- Fruits and Vegetables Bakery and Dairy Products QUALITY 3fEATS 1901 Kanffman Avenue Phone 321 H. B. KLINELINE SAND & GRAVEL ROAD BUILDING CONTRACTOR Rt. 4, Box 686---Res. Ph. 7476-R-2. Office Ph. 69-F-2 GREETINGS FROM The Office of Service And Accommodation INSURANCE REAL ESTATE LOANS Property Management AI.. J. ERDMAN HARRY PORTER AGENCY 506 Main St. Phone 871 QUALITY FOODS Groceries - Frdits Vegetables CHOICE QUALITY MEATS Delivery Service McDONALD REALTY CO. 107 West 5th St. Ph. 2218 REAL ESTATE LOANS  INSURANCE Business ProPerty - Homes Acreage - Exchanges ENGELsTAD'S 308 West 9th Phone 306 New Portble Columbia Oil & Burner Co. 1410 Main Street Phone 1562 General Sheet Metal Work Montag Furnaces and Oil Burners - Stove and Diesel Oil CENTRAL WOOD PRODUCTS SASH, DOORS, MILLWORK, PAINT, HARDWARE, GLASS, LUMBER Unpainted Furniture Phone 357 16th and Main REAL ESTATE TypeTiters Now Available ANDERSEN PAINT CO. Vancouver J Swan General FIRE - AUTOMOBILE Business Machines Serviced LINOLEUM- WALLPAPER-PAINT AutO Wrecking Ag A. Claims and Repaired Decorative Service ency Given Prompt Attention Office Supplies 210 West 13th Street Phone 2312 Company - "SWANSuRANCE" ---- E:JERY CHAPMAN The Word for Sound i e Insurance i c.I. COOH, Prop. "ilEADQuARTERS FOR RETIREMENT, Local and Long Distance Mo'ving--Storage Estate Planning and Protection" 214 Washington MORGAN SWAN OREGON - IVASIIINGTON, & CAI.IFORNIA HAULING F.H. BIETHAN, Resident Officer Phone 160l 1200 Main Phone 2220 i Van(,ouver--403 Main St.--Phone 52 Can-.---Phone 13 1710 Main St. Phone 3160 PADDEN S CLOTHING and SHOES FLORSHEIM SHOES FOR MEN QUALITY" MERCHANDISE ONLY 602-604 Main St. C. L. Beedle Construction Co. GENERAL CONTRACTORS 112 West 8th Street Phone 890 VANCOUVER Finley's Ambulance Service ]I BULL'S EYE SEASON'S MARKET RE:NGS --. Ii/ Fresh Fruits&Vegetables R E Brady Groceries---Bakery Goods * Fresh Meats School Suplies CLARK COUNTY Gas and Oil . SHERIFF 3ore & St. Johns Ave., Ph. 814; AMBULANCE AND INVALID COACHES Graduate First Aid Attendant At All Times 1803 Washington Street I'hone 447 P'oge Six I I i I ..... I "" -I [ I CAT HOL! C NORTHWEST PROGRESS I T. ...... [-'1 ................... F.riday, April 4,. lC)4  .... VANCOUVER. Hamilton's Funeral Home RAY O. ANDREWS PAUL- L. MYLAN Especially Equipped for Catholic Funerals 302 W. llth Vancouver, Wash. Telephone 1157 II S 0 H H "L" street GRO ElY QUALITY MEATS Flowers anti Complete Line of Quality Foods Shrubbery r I Groceries - Fruiis - Vegetables Frozen Food - Ice Cream 3515 Kauffman Ph. 940 We Deliver - Vancouver Ill 1200 E. 33rd St. Ph. 3104 SMITH BROS., INC. GENERAL CONTRACTORS Excavating Crushed Rock - Sand and Gravel ALL TYPES EQUIPMENT RENTED 29 Algona , Phone 3445 Independent .... Lumber Co. Retail Service Complete Stock Phone 213 27th and Main St. Greetings Hodgkin-Forbes INSURANCE AGENCY 1208 Main Phone i13 SING[R SEWIKG MACHINE CO. This Is the Time to StArt Your Morning or Evening DRESSMAKING COURSE Mail Orders On -Hemstitching - Button Holing - Button and Buckle Covering 1204 Main Street Phone 208 .I SANITARY FISH MARKET ' I To Serve You the Freshest Fish Obtainable at Reasonable Prices Is Not Onr Motto---IT'S OUR BUSINESS ! Quality Meat, Poultry and Rabbits 111 East 8th St. Phone 330 Ask Your Dealer for HOLLAND ICE CREAM It Is 25% Richer Holland Creamery 714 Main Phone 401 GROTHE'S Ilrocery& Market Manor Iti-,Vay Minnehaha Dist." Phone 153 "Everything You Need" Groceries - Fruits - Produce Choice Fresh Meats General Merchandise Vancouver Granite Works MONUMENTS 1800 East Fifth Street Telephone FOUR-TWO-NINE FIRESIDE REALTY CO. If You Want to Buy Or Sell Any Kind of REAL ESTATE "See Us First" 812 Washington Ph. 3485 Columbia Chevrolet go. AUTOMOTIVE TRUCK - BUS - CAR . SERVICE 200 E. Fifth - Phone 223 DR. DWIGHT A. PARISH OPTOMETRIST .- Relief In Sight 13th at Columbia Phone 588 Serra Meefs Third Icelander To Become Priest Will Be Ordained Soon Hakon Loftsson Completes Studies In U. S.--To Sail For Home On Easter Sunday (N.C.W.C. News Service) [young men embraced Catholic':sin. ALTIMORE, A p r i 1 1 -- The't Mr. Loftsson thinks the presence third Iceander to enter the priesthood in more than four cen- turies, Hakon Loftsson, now com- pleting his studies at St. Mary's Seminary here, Will leave Easter Sunday for his native Reykjavik, where he will be ordained in Reyk- javik Cathedral by Bishop Johan- I of American troops in Iceland is making deep and lasting impres- sion on the people and will lighten i his burden. Bishop Gunnarsson [ has Said the conduct of American I boys has been exemplary and that I the Icelanders have noted their at- [ tendanee at Mass and the;r re-[ course to the Confessional. He aid that they spent many hours] Serra International. an organiza- nes Ounnarsson, Vicar Apostolic ticn of business and professional men devoted to fostering and sup- at Iceland. porting vocations, will hold its The ordination will be of par- at devotions when they might annual convention in Chicago. ticular interest to American Oath- have been expected to seek rec- April 24 to 26, according to an clics whose kin served in Iceland faction. announcement from Harry J: during the waz'. Servicemen found _,__.__ G'Haire (above), new executive few missionaries serving a Catho- TEN CARMELITE secretary of the group. Frank Fc population of approximately BIuce, Milwaukee publisher, pres- 500 among a total population of NUNS OPEN NEW ident of the organization, will preo 180,000. side over the sessions. {NO Plto- Converted by Irish monks, the [{ELANO CONVENT tOIll " Icelanders were devout Catholics OPPOSE LORD'S PRAYER IN N Y PUBLIC SCHOOLS NEW YORK-- (NC)--Spirited opposition against a resolution calling on the Board of Education to permit the reading or recita- tion of The Lord's Prayer at gen- eral assemblies in public schools was voiced at a public hearing before the city affairs committee of the New York City Council. An attendance of approximately 100 persons heard the resolution opposed by Unitarian, Presbyter- an and Universalist clergymen and also by representatives of the American Jewish CongTess, the Civil Liberties Union, Local No? 555 of the C.I.O Teachers Union, the Ethical Culture Society, the United Parents Association, the Union of Democratic Action and the American Society for the Ad- vancement of Atheism. Opposed as a Christian Invocation Some opponents based their ob- jection on the contention that The Lord's Prayer essentially is a Christian invocation, but others held that the practice would inject secterianism into the public school system "contre/ry" to the Federal and State Oonstituions. Proponents of the resolution, which was introduced by Coun- until the conquest of the island by [ [ I Denmark in 1544 when the Church cilman Hugh Quinn of Queens, [ J was outlawed. There were two REYKJAVIK, Iceland. -- Ten were headed by Mrs. Jeanette Dioceses the, Skalholt and Holar, Carmelite nuns have taken pos-[ Cohen, representing the Parents n[LITl T r land the Bishop of Skalholt was session of their new monastery at[ Assciatin of Andrew Jackson UUIllIllUI1 |U IT summoned to Denmark, but died Hafnajjordur, near Reykjavik, at- High School and the Cambria l en route, ter it was solemnly blessed by[Heig hts Jewish Center and Har- Ul:ln lid PUIPlfifll Bishop Was Beheaded :Bishop John Gunnalson. Vicar old Larsen, who app6red for a IIILU II1 UI|IUSUU] Bishbp John ArcHon of Holar Apostolic of eeiand. The Sisters coor(linating committee of 3,000 [was beheaded in 1550 for his fight l arrived in Iceland several months Queens section residents and de- - [ogainst foreign interference with[ago, fended the proposal on the ground ............ I kis country and his Faith. He WaHl After the Danish conquest of it would provide spiritual and rAuu -- erra mternatmn-lthe last Icelandm bmho until' " . .  I " " p " l the country in 1544 the Catholic -'oral aid against juvenile delin- a will hold its annual convention I   - t-" " ' .......... misnop unnarsson was eonsecrat- chUrCh was outlawed for three quency. s one re[evens rloiel nere from l .... - . . - " --. , . - ! . . ....... : .........  eam t latricg's cnurcn, wasn-! cencurms receiwng the right to A petition signed by 3,000 school pru z4 to Apt'li zb w]cn ri]s . =. ..... I.  ,  .' ..... t ingmn, 1) , in aa. I rree exercise only in 1874 There children who favored the resolu- :mmence amuel aramal rltcn " , .........  I Mr Loftsson whose ordination are approximately 500 Cathol:cs tion, was placed before the com- llsteo as guesE O nonor ac ne ." .... ' .... I . " . . _  _ .. its scneamea zor May za S a con- n a population of 118 000, and the mittee, which deferred action on ClOSing ulnner ugene . mar- . ....... :  .  . .'. .... ._. vert co the acnoic mitn. orn m lmissionaries also serve Catholic the proposal. pny past presmen[ oz me t2mcago A ' .... ]Reykjavik, he was sent to her- American soldiers at the Keffla- erra Clan. s in enarge oz ar-_l 1 I . . . rangements Frank Bruce, Mil deen, Scotland, when he was 5 wk Atrport, 60 kilometers from dained since 1544, but another waukee president of Serra Inter- to study English. He made his Reykjavik. Icelander is now in the United national, Will preside over the ses- home there with a Catholic tam- Bishop Gunnarsson is the second States studying in St. Mary's Sem- ily and, impressed by their de- native Icelandic prles to be or-'inary, Baltimore starts, voutness, continued his studies of " The organization of business and Catholicism on his return to ice- " - professional men, inaugurated in land. He became the only Catho- Seattle, is devoted to fostering and support of religious vocations, lic student in the University of The convention will be the first Reykjavik. under the supervision of Harry J. Deciding that the priesthood as his vocation, he came to the C'Haire, new executive secretary United States and entered St. of Serra International. -[Mary's for his philosophical and BETTER DRUG STORE TO SERVE YOU religious studies, noW nearing Dan Kenny To Attend Cpmpletioh. K. C. Fourth Degree American Troops Making Lasting ImpressiOn Easter Greetings Meet In San Francisco The first Icelandic priest of re- cent years, the Rev. John Svens- ton" mpay Dan J. Kenny, district master son, S. J., an outstanding :uro- Vancouver Bus for the Fourth Degree Knights of penn literary figure, also a con- Columbus, will attend a meeting vert to Catholicism was ordained cf Pacific Coast leaders of the de- in 1890. He and Gunnar Einars- gree in San Francisco on May 3. son, the father of the present District masters of eleven west- B;sop, were art their way to etn states have been called to the France when they were delayed in conference by Vice Supreme Mas- Denmark by the Frmco-Prussian ter Thomas Duffy of San Fran- war. They were the guests of the Vancouver - "-Saitar Service cisco, l'efect Apostolic there and both CITY SERVICE PHONE 3398 THE OFFICE of SERVICE For Your Electrical OUT OF CITY SERVICE -- PHONE 14"2 and ACCOMMODATION Requirements Call " 0Is0 Elect ic Payabie at 107 W. 17th--Pho.e 14"/ REAL ESTATE LOANS n r PHILIP LEICHNER, Manager Property Management /t_ AL. J. ERHMAN LtU,  EASTER GREETINGS Harry R. Porter Etic Co.cUon an Agency .- COLTEMOtO ELECTRICAL Vancouver Ice & Odd Storage go. SERVICE 506 Main St. Phone 871 114 w. 8th St. Phone 780 COLD STORAGE FUEL & STOVE OILS T. H. Ghormley JUNOR'S 1112 W. 7th Phone 711 PRESCRIPTION" DRUGGIST MARKET Eads Transfer & Storage Co. 69th and Main St. Ph. 2041 "The Gift Phone 207 Highest Quality PADDED VAN MOVING Cenfer" MEATS- FISH-POULTRY Regular Service To All Points SEA FOODS IN SEASON CALIFORNIA -- OREGON -- WASHINGTON Gifts For All Occasions "It Costs No More to Patronize Main St. at 24th. Ph. 38 Your Home-Owned Store" Dodge Pumps & Plumbing A. R. DODGE, Prop. Holm's Market Lieb & Bar[ay Plumbing-Fittings-FixtureS-Pumps for Deep andWaterPumpsandAccessorleSShallow Wells 1318 Main Street Phone 1153 2515 East 7th. Ph. 651 105 West 6th St. Ph. 1200 VANCOUVER Best Wishes The Bakers of Vancouver's Own Bread join in wishing you the Happiest of Easter Sundays. ARCHER BAKERY - West 8th Street 715 Phone 996 GET BACK IN THE AIR With Vancouver Flying Service Passenger Rides - Charter Trips Sight Seeing Phone 3508 and Fly PEARSON AIR PARK , Mile East from 5th and Main GREETINGS... Vancouver Sporting Goods Company E. B. McCALL DON SALISBURY 925 Main Phone 1121 Wood's Furnifure Sfore Linoleum. Window Shades - Venetian Blinds HAROLD A. HILL, Prop. 9th and Washington St. Ph. 614 ERICKSEN'S PROGRESS CREAMERY Ask For "PROGRESS BUTTER" We Make Our Own BUTTIR AND ICE CREAM 2308 Main Street Phone 1152 W. A. Rann Signs CONTRACT PAINTERS Commercial - Neon Outdoor Advertising Phone 1128 209 Main St. Vancouver, Wash City Cleaners DRY CLEANING, LAUNDRY and REPAIR SERVICE Press vlaile You Wait Pick Up and Delivery Service KEN JORGENSON 817 Washington Ph. 1773 LARSON RED & WHITE GROCERY AND MARKET Staple and Fancy Groceries -- Fruits and Vegetables Bakery and Dairy Products QUALITY 3fEATS 1901 Kanffman Avenue Phone 321 H. B. KLINELINE SAND & GRAVEL ROAD BUILDING CONTRACTOR Rt. 4, Box 686---Res. Ph. 7476-R-2. Office Ph. 69-F-2 GREETINGS FROM The Office of Service And Accommodation INSURANCE REAL ESTATE LOANS Property Management AI.. J. ERDMAN HARRY PORTER AGENCY 506 Main St. Phone 871 QUALITY FOODS Groceries - Frdits Vegetables CHOICE QUALITY MEATS Delivery Service McDONALD REALTY CO. 107 West 5th St. Ph. 2218 REAL ESTATE LOANS  INSURANCE Business ProPerty - Homes Acreage - Exchanges ENGELsTAD'S 308 West 9th Phone 306 New Portble Columbia Oil & Burner Co. 1410 Main Street Phone 1562 General Sheet Metal Work Montag Furnaces and Oil Burners - Stove and Diesel Oil CENTRAL WOOD PRODUCTS SASH, DOORS, MILLWORK, PAINT, HARDWARE, GLASS, LUMBER Unpainted Furniture Phone 357 16th and Main REAL ESTATE TypeTiters Now Available ANDERSEN PAINT CO. Vancouver J Swan General FIRE - AUTOMOBILE Business Machines Serviced LINOLEUM- WALLPAPER-PAINT AutO Wrecking Ag A. Claims and Repaired Decorative Service ency Given Prompt Attention Office Supplies 210 West 13th Street Phone 2312 Company - "SWANSuRANCE" ---- E:JERY CHAPMAN The Word for Sound i e Insurance i c.I. COOH, Prop. "ilEADQuARTERS FOR RETIREMENT, Local and Long Distance Mo'ving--Storage Estate Planning and Protection" 214 Washington MORGAN SWAN OREGON - IVASIIINGTON, & CAI.IFORNIA HAULING F.H. BIETHAN, Resident Officer Phone 160l 1200 Main Phone 2220 i Van(,ouver--403 Main St.--Phone 52 Can-.---Phone 13 1710 Main St. Phone 3160 PADDEN S CLOTHING and SHOES FLORSHEIM SHOES FOR MEN QUALITY" MERCHANDISE ONLY 602-604 Main St. C. L. Beedle Construction Co. GENERAL CONTRACTORS 112 West 8th Street Phone 890 VANCOUVER Finley's Ambulance Service ]I BULL'S EYE SEASON'S MARKET RE:NGS --. Ii/ Fresh Fruits&Vegetables R E Brady Groceries---Bakery Goods * Fresh Meats School Suplies CLARK COUNTY Gas and Oil . SHERIFF 3ore & St. Johns Ave., Ph. 814; AMBULANCE AND INVALID COACHES Graduate First Aid Attendant At All Times 1803 Washington Street I'hone 447