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.  : Poge Four YAKIMA JOHN W. MALONEY A. I. A. ARCHITECT YAKIMA, 1117 Iatrson Bldg. ]Phone 9939 SEATTLE 654 Central Bldg. Phone Main 1314 RAY&apos;S TEXACO SERVICE CLIFF DIMICK TRUCKS FOR RENT 332 N. First St. Phone 3839 EASTER GREETI NGS FromThe Bakers of SNYDER'S BREAD :. Sigman's -Food Center We own and Operate Our Own ' BAKERY - MEAT DEll. DELICATESSEN The Largest Variety of Staple and Fancy Groceries in the State "HELP YOURSELF" , 14 So. 5th Ave. Telephone: 4769 Residence: 5493 John L. Pinker00on District Manager New World Life Insurance Co. 401 Larson Bldg. Yakima Wash. : W0000H0000LERS 00VIL U EJW Silver m Jewelry m Watch Repairing i .... (Next to Yakima Theatre) ! JOHNSON Ill M=CORM,CK : GLASS CO. ill & SONS z16 so. ,1st st. "  - "FLOWDRS FOR,, ALL AUTO GLASS Ill OCCASIONS i (Drive-In Service) l[ " We Deliver Window Glass - Mirrors El[ For All Easter Flowers and ' Phone 21417 Ill Potted Plants See Us . : 44 Years Experience Ill 1406 Summitview : ' With GLASS Ill PHONE 5956 I:EICHNITZ - BIBB, Inc. Heating  Plumbing  Air Conditioning CONTRACTORS 510 South First Phone 4808 ..... SARGENT-MARTIN - PAINT.CO, Complete Line Preservative Paints and Automotive Enamel Wallpaper RENTAL EQUIPMENT Sanders, Edgers, Polishers Spray Guns and Auto Hillcrest Dress Shop Hillcrest and Summitview Phone 8941 Latest Styles in Ladies' and Misses' DRESSES - COATS SUITS - BLOUSES LINGERIE - SLACKS 'FURNITURE " APPLIANCES - RANGES - RADIOS , PHONE 4187 6 N. Third at Yakima Ave. IIELLIESEN PRESIDENT LAUDS PRIVATE AGENCIES FEEDING WAR NEEDY WASHINGTON, April 1. - (NC)--Lauding the role at private relief agencies in aiding war suf- ferers throughout the world, Presi- dent Harry S. Truman in a state- ment here termed voluntary help essential to complement public j relief prograzns. [ He made the statement after t conferring with a delegation from] the American Council of VQhmtary I Agencies for Foreign Service, which coordinates the work of 55[ private gencies in this counfry. A member agency is War Relief Services---National Catholic Wel- fare Conference, which was repre- sented iR the delegation by Francis P. atthews of Omaha, who is on the VI--N. C. W. C. advisory board. Hoover Report 'Grim' On the same day President Tru- man listened to a report from former President Herbert Hoover, who recently returned from a sur- vey of conditions in Europe and declared the things were "pretty gTinl ." In his statement to the delega- tlon President Truman pointed out that the American people have "developed a tradition of help to the war afflicted through public and private support." He added: "While the provisioning of whole populations and the settlement of refugees is primarily a public task, lnntary help should continue as in the past. Food Needed So Germans Can Wrk '?his form of help is essential to complement the public pro- grams, whether carried out by our government on its own responsi- bility or through the United CATHOLIC NORTHWEST PROGRESS Friday, April 4, 1947 DESERT DAWN By Leslie Rockwell S she watched the train vanish into the distance, Helene Macfarren had a sinking feeling around her heart. On all sides a waste of sand dunes spread away, burning and vibrating under a blazing sun. Southward, a white roar, unraveled toward a range of lavender-blue mountains; in the foreground, .a prawl of ramshackle frame buildings made up the town of Cholla. It was Holy Saturday. And despite the fact that the desert--crpeted with wild flow- ers--wa s at its best, Helen's outlook did not brighten. With a shrug, she reached for the overnight bag at her feet. "Well, this is what I wanted, isn't it?" she asked herself. "A place where I could be alone until Easter with all its significance had passed. And when I picked up that railroad map, at random marked a circle around Cholla, filled the requirements better than I realized." Her feeble attempt to laugh, ended in a sob. Down the wide sandy street she went, past the pot office, a gen- eral store, abandoned buildings with windows boarded up. Her mink coat was uncomfortably warm, and the wisp of hat--i perched forward on her pale-gold hair--was scant protection from the heat. Meanwhile, her tur- quoise eyes were suspiciously moist. A few grizzly desert rats eyed her with open curiosity. Nervous- ly, Helene quickened her foot- steps. She was headed toward a two-storied building, elegantly la- beled "Palace Hotel." "It probably isn't open," she thought. "It's probably just an- other aT those abandoned build- ings with the windows boarded up. This place looks as though when she realized that she had written "Mrs. Dennis Macfarren." Mrs. Sullivan turned the regis- ter around and squinted at the signature. Then e regarded He- len e suspiciously. "That your real name ?" Again Helene flushed, this time with indignation. "Of course it's my real name! Why would I be going under an assumed one?" Slapping the register shut, Mr Sullivan shrugged. "You never can tell. I thought maybe you was a movie star, here for a publicity stunt." Involuntarily, Helene laughed. "A movie star! My goodness!" Again Mrs. Sullivan shrugged. "Well, it seemed funny, a pretty girl like you and with all your sw611 clothes, comin' to a place like Cholla. And jist the day be- fore Easter, tQo . . . Oh, Joe!" A lanky boy appeared. He wore faded overalls and was badly in need of a haircut. "Show the lady to a room," Mrs. Sullivan directed. Then, as an af- terthought, she added, "The front one with the carpet in it." Upstairs "the boy thumped her "Oh, why did I write those ter- rible things?" she whispere "Blessed Jesus, forgive me for be- ing a fool." A loud pounding at the door. Helene hastily wiped her eyes as Mrs. Sullivan entered with a tea- kettle. Pouring lukewarm water into a grimy pitcher, the latter stated coolly, "You been cryin'." Helene made no rePlY. Abruptly Mrs. Sullivan crossed the room, hands resting belligerently on her hips. "I don't know what you been bawlin' about, but I do know that you got everythin' anybody could ask for. Look at them white hands! I reckon you never had to Kit down on your knees and scrub floors after a bunch of truck drivers. Nor cook for twenty men, then wash up the dishes when you was dead on your feet. You got a husband, too--evidently one that loves you, judgin' by the way he dresses you up. And jist zn case you don't know what a good husband is worth, dearie, you're a lot dumber'n I "chink you are." Heiene did know what a good husband was worth. She had just learned now when it was too late. i%[rs. Sullivan 'ent on talking. "I'm hettin' doughnuts to dollars, you don't know the meaning' of trouble. Let me tell you some- thin': I had one of the best hus- bunds that ever walked. Then he got T. B. That's why we came to Cholla and bought this hotel. The doc said if he was in a dry :climate he might Kit well. But he didn't. Died fifteen years ago and left me with 'lever young- ones to raise." overnight bag to the floor. Helene Helene started. "Eleven!'" YAKIMA 1891.. 1947 56 YEARS SERVING THE PEOPLE OF YAKIMA VALLEY Bed Capacity 186 Equipped to meet the modern needs i. Surgicfl, Medical and Pediatric Treatment The School of Nursing is housed in a mod- ern building planned to comply with the demands of Nursing Education of Today. Classes are admitted in January, June and September CONDUCTED BY THE SISTERS OF CtIARITY CF PROVIDENCE St Elizabeth Hospital (Above Space Sponsored by Joe Klingele) Yakima Greenhouses GREETINGS Who!esaleOnly Nations." it hasn't had any need for a hotel Mrs Sulliwn nodded "And if =ena,T nn-----'x'- Seafood Mr.. Hoover recommended, to the j in fifty, ,years '" looked around the room. The I : ..... " " " "reasonabl t you trunk zt's any merry-go- Premdent that the Crated States[ u  th h t I s en An nicked iron Pea was y .... . . r  e o e wa op . - ,, . . rountt, ramzn' 'raven young-ones J. VERNON BOURN allocate almost a half bflhon dol- -*h-r .... n ...... e'-- faun  clean all right, but nothing more; ...... Grand Central Market .. I u e mume L <m  ,cite u ....... I alone you're oaity. Tne old- lars for food for German ctwnans  o ......... the carpet, threadbare Tnere was . ' . ............. I nersolZ m 'an uncarpetea loony.  ............. lest was Jist sixteen when their anu smteu mat lS nauon must i . . a wormy cnazr, a was, nLUU ] . woman was sweeping an accumm- . . . pa died. Now they're all grown face the problem of feeding the .......... marked vath white nngs from the[ .... . . n,,l, ",,ntiI t vrvf ind,,_qfri,l allan OI clgaretre sT:aDs ana pa- I ... n;. - ^,.t ;,'-r , ann scatterefl every wnicn-way. e-v .............  ............. per wrappers into a dustpan oo,-,,,, ............... v Jzst me and the two ounest of Germany can be sufficiently re- . ". [ Could I have some hot water." " " Y ,, ,, - At Helene's entrance, the onerl ........ boys left here vzved. He added The f z r s t , ,,e aeu. ' " necessity for such a revival is suf straightened and her dustpan  .e onu;n,,uhr th hay uws Suddenly Mrs Sullivan's mood ficient food upon which to main- clattered to the.floor. She was allowed" "Ma will bring that up." softened..  , .... huge woman wtn wraps o gray-[ Once alone, Helen sat 'down be 'JEst the same I  omon't ave Lain vitality to work." K'rk's, Off'zce Supply We RENTREPAIR All Makes of Office Machines UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITER AGENCY 205 W. Yakima Ave. PHONE 6040 If no answer, call 4381 Look for This Neon Sign on YAKIMA AVENUE Dietzen's "FOR GOOD FOOD" Home-Cooked Food by Women Cooks Itestaurant-Cafete ria-Bakery 108 E. Yak. Ave. Ph. 6171 mg hazr stragghng about a florid " " " [side the window and stared out face" on her third finger, a wed- ' I across the desert. Despzte the drag" ring" was worn thin'. ! |wild flowers--lavender sand ver- "Could you give me accommo=ibenas and little golden sun cups dations--until Monday?" land an occasional ocotillo with The woman laughed boisterous-i cluster of bright scarlet blossoms | , ,, t I i ' b, Accommodations. a n t --Helene was blind to all beauty. beard that fancy word in years! She was thinking of the dusty [No, dearie, I can't give you no rose of the tamarack tree that I'accommodations.' But if you're grew in her own front yard of villin' to sleep in a bed, what is the blue delphiniums in her car- reasonably clean, and will eat den and the coral bells that bard- good plain grub, same as I dish ered its walk. . [ out to the truck drivers from the But zt was Denny who stood i borax mines--well, I can put you out sharpest in her mind. Tall-i up. But you'll have to pay six good-looking Denny who was as dollars a day." And she added dark .as Helene was light. . Without ' e' warning she burst rata tears cautiously, 'Money in advanc .' , . . -- "What happened v,, she asked "I'll ay." nelene snappea open _ ._ ._ " P" n- roduced a nerselz "'our marriage started a cBlfsKm purse a u p ou- "b i- 1 " " ' " ..... t so eaut tm y--wnat maae it roh or DillS: ........ ...... n ena m oestrucuon: wnat caused With stuvvy pencn me woma .  "'" t t us to get on each others nerves, wrote out a receipt hanaeu i o ........... ' , .... cO DicKer constanuy aria to quar- Helene. It was signed 'l. uui- relY,, van. She couldn't even remember "Don't I register?" the reason of that last quarrel. She only remembered waiting un- til Denny had left for work, then packing her possessions and, in a blind rage, writing a note. Memory of that note made He- lene's cheeks burn with shame. In it she had reminded Denny of all his faults and shortcomings-- had written them bluntly and cru- elly, had deliberately tried to hurt. From somewhere, Mrs. Sullivan grimly brought forth a register, its covers cracked and dusty, its l pages yellowed with age. "We ain't had a regular guest for so long, I don't even think about them things like registerin' no more." As Helene signed the book, she noted that the last name register- ed was dated 1937. Her face flushed G. D. HALL and AC Associates A. Harsh Consulting Engineers 11 Kinds 6f Insurance And Court Bonds Phone 5868 Body Sanders for Dress or Work w. ..o. Tom's Grocery House Dresses--Sizes 12 to 44 Phone 56b Open Evenings by Appointment 1208 Lincoln Ave. Phone 6937 HOM! FURNISHINO$ FuN Line of Staple and Fancy Groceries Fresh Vegetable - Bakery Goods - Fresh and Cnred Meats LUMBER gO. lity Lumber and Build- ..... ing Materials 1st Ave. and B St. Phone 6113 HORST REPAIR SHOP ' CAR and TRUCK REPAIRING Crankshaft Grinling 1106 Terraoe Height Roaxl Call 5700 16 N. Fourth Street So. 18th Ave. and Larch Phone 9551 IV YAK[MA PU''' PLUMB[' PUMPS - %VATE1% PRESSURE SYSTEMS - PLUMBING SVePLZES - OIL BVRNERS -, COPPEB TVBLN - HARDWARE (Continued on Page 5) [ L / J.E. "Jim' White, Prop. .... 110 So. First St, l'hone 9687 Burrows Filtered," Clean-Burning I Jl ][,hones: Office 4146- Res. 23106 I[ | Motor FU E L OIL 1[ YOUNG S [ Conoco Luhri00ting Oils LUMBER CO. YAKIMA OIL CO. III Anythi?g :o: =%7o=: Sales & Service YAKIMA ABSTRACT & TITLE COMPANY AGENTS FOR WASHINGTON TITLE INSURANCE CO. L- -E  Abstracts - Title Insurance - Escrows 20 N. 2nd Street l'hone 7107 AND PAVING CO, 1502 So. 1st St. Phone 9086 Applicaiors of Composition Shingles, Rolled Roofing. Biit-Up Roofs or Material Sold Separately. Experienced Applicators ASPHALTIC CONCRETE WORK lmlways - Driveways - Park- ing Areas and Tennis Courts FULLER PAIHTS Sash, Doors, Glass Wallpaper, Etc. W. P. FULLER & CO. 14 South Second St. Yaldma Tony's Place TONY, JACK & JOHN KRAFT STEAKS BEVERAGES 1512W. Lenox Ph. 22010 30 North Second Street MAIR & SON VAN and TRUCK BODIES Home Bodies Home Trailers Boats and General Cabinet Work UNION GAP DIAL 24489 T ry Vogue Cleaners TH E NU-WAY Pickup and Delivery 709 %Vest Yakima Ave. ELECTROLUX Also all other makes of VacIIOnl Clea.ers Repairod PROMPT SERVICE Immodiafe l.l'livery on Tank and Upright Premier %:acllnln C.iea.ers VACUUM CLEANER SERVICE O0, EMablijhed 192.! Phone 3606 308 w. Yakim. Phone 408 I EASTER GREET!N(;S Yaklma Dairymen's Ass n. 10 No. 5th o Phone ,_,143 Easter Greetings YAK!MA SEED CO. ROHN BROS. 1,1 South First St. Phone ,1912 Yakima Say "MOM'S Or JERRY ANN To Your Grocer Man TRENERRY'S BAKERY YAKIMA PARCEL DELIVERY E. %V. PAULIN PROMPT - COURTEOUS SERVICE HARLEY DAVIDSON MOTORCYCLE SALES and SERVICE 513 So. 1st Phone 3313 Harry Wise Auto Top Shop 227-229 So. 1st St. Phone 5060 Motor Steam Cleaning Painting- Glass Body and Fender Work YAK!MA RECREATION (tIARIHNGTON'S) 214 E. Yakim3 Ave. PItONE 3300 Iligh-Grade Cigars Cigarettes and Tobacco Lunch Counter - Billiards Headqnarters for Sporting Events YAKIMA HAZEL'S Confections and Tobaccos EASTER GREETINGS SEARS, ROEBUCK AND gO. 14 South Third St. Phone 9848 Pfaff Grocery STAPLE and FANCY GROCERIES VEGETABLES FRESH and CURleD IVlEATS Gas and Oil DELIVERY SERVICE 811 E. Yaklm I'll. 3897 ELEVENTH AVENUE 5c & I Oc STORE General Variety Merchandise School Supplies - Gifts Novelties, etc. YOUR HOME OWNED VARIETY STORE SYLVESTER FUCHS, Prop. 405 So. 11 th Ave.. Ph. 3461 CANDY SHOP / "Candies Made Daily", [] 104 N. 2nd PRICE-LESS MARKET GROCERIES and MEATS Tim Largest and Most Complete Meat Market / in Central Washington 413 W. Walnut Phone 21900 T .GREETIN GS -The State Farm Insurance Companies OREAMER ELECTRIC CO. II GEO C. SUTTON & BOB DWINELL, Representatives 205,Chamber of Commerce Bldg. Phone 3554 Season's Greetings VALLEY IRON WORKS :ELECTRIC APPLIANCES OF ALL TYPES Ranges - Water Heaters Ironers - Washing Machines Radios, etc. (When Available) Lighting Fixtures - Electric SnppHes - Sales and Service PAUL CREAMER, Prop. 1191S. 1st St. Phone 22521 I I I South Front St. Yakima" We Appreciate Your Patronage City Checker 7700 CABS 3111 .  : Poge Four YAKIMA JOHN W. MALONEY A. I. A. ARCHITECT YAKIMA, 1117 Iatrson Bldg. ]Phone 9939 SEATTLE 654 Central Bldg. Phone Main 1314 RAY'S TEXACO SERVICE CLIFF DIMICK TRUCKS FOR RENT 332 N. First St. Phone 3839 EASTER GREETI NGS FromThe Bakers of SNYDER'S BREAD :. Sigman's -Food Center We own and Operate Our Own ' BAKERY - MEAT DEll. DELICATESSEN The Largest Variety of Staple and Fancy Groceries in the State "HELP YOURSELF" , 14 So. 5th Ave. Telephone: 4769 Residence: 5493 John L. Pinker00on District Manager New World Life Insurance Co. 401 Larson Bldg. Yakima Wash. : W0000H0000LERS 00VIL U EJW Silver m Jewelry m Watch Repairing i .... (Next to Yakima Theatre) ! JOHNSON Ill M=CORM,CK : GLASS CO. ill & SONS z16 so. ,1st st. "  - "FLOWDRS FOR,, ALL AUTO GLASS Ill OCCASIONS i (Drive-In Service) l[ " We Deliver Window Glass - Mirrors El[ For All Easter Flowers and ' Phone 21417 Ill Potted Plants See Us . : 44 Years Experience Ill 1406 Summitview : ' With GLASS Ill PHONE 5956 I:EICHNITZ - BIBB, Inc. Heating  Plumbing  Air Conditioning CONTRACTORS 510 South First Phone 4808 ..... SARGENT-MARTIN - PAINT.CO, Complete Line Preservative Paints and Automotive Enamel Wallpaper RENTAL EQUIPMENT Sanders, Edgers, Polishers Spray Guns and Auto Hillcrest Dress Shop Hillcrest and Summitview Phone 8941 Latest Styles in Ladies' and Misses' DRESSES - COATS SUITS - BLOUSES LINGERIE - SLACKS 'FURNITURE " APPLIANCES - RANGES - RADIOS , PHONE 4187 6 N. Third at Yakima Ave. IIELLIESEN PRESIDENT LAUDS PRIVATE AGENCIES FEEDING WAR NEEDY WASHINGTON, April 1. - (NC)--Lauding the role at private relief agencies in aiding war suf- ferers throughout the world, Presi- dent Harry S. Truman in a state- ment here termed voluntary help essential to complement public j relief prograzns. [ He made the statement after t conferring with a delegation from] the American Council of VQhmtary I Agencies for Foreign Service, which coordinates the work of 55[ private gencies in this counfry. A member agency is War Relief Services---National Catholic Wel- fare Conference, which was repre- sented iR the delegation by Francis P. atthews of Omaha, who is on the VI--N. C. W. C. advisory board. Hoover Report 'Grim' On the same day President Tru- man listened to a report from former President Herbert Hoover, who recently returned from a sur- vey of conditions in Europe and declared the things were "pretty gTinl ." In his statement to the delega- tlon President Truman pointed out that the American people have "developed a tradition of help to the war afflicted through public and private support." He added: "While the provisioning of whole populations and the settlement of refugees is primarily a public task, lnntary help should continue as in the past. Food Needed So Germans Can Wrk '?his form of help is essential to complement the public pro- grams, whether carried out by our government on its own responsi- bility or through the United CATHOLIC NORTHWEST PROGRESS Friday, April 4, 1947 DESERT DAWN By Leslie Rockwell S she watched the train vanish into the distance, Helene Macfarren had a sinking feeling around her heart. On all sides a waste of sand dunes spread away, burning and vibrating under a blazing sun. Southward, a white roar, unraveled toward a range of lavender-blue mountains; in the foreground, .a prawl of ramshackle frame buildings made up the town of Cholla. It was Holy Saturday. And despite the fact that the desert--crpeted with wild flow- ers--wa s at its best, Helen's outlook did not brighten. With a shrug, she reached for the overnight bag at her feet. "Well, this is what I wanted, isn't it?" she asked herself. "A place where I could be alone until Easter with all its significance had passed. And when I picked up that railroad map, at random marked a circle around Cholla, filled the requirements better than I realized." Her feeble attempt to laugh, ended in a sob. Down the wide sandy street she went, past the pot office, a gen- eral store, abandoned buildings with windows boarded up. Her mink coat was uncomfortably warm, and the wisp of hat--i perched forward on her pale-gold hair--was scant protection from the heat. Meanwhile, her tur- quoise eyes were suspiciously moist. A few grizzly desert rats eyed her with open curiosity. Nervous- ly, Helene quickened her foot- steps. She was headed toward a two-storied building, elegantly la- beled "Palace Hotel." "It probably isn't open," she thought. "It's probably just an- other aT those abandoned build- ings with the windows boarded up. This place looks as though when she realized that she had written "Mrs. Dennis Macfarren." Mrs. Sullivan turned the regis- ter around and squinted at the signature. Then e regarded He- len e suspiciously. "That your real name ?" Again Helene flushed, this time with indignation. "Of course it's my real name! Why would I be going under an assumed one?" Slapping the register shut, Mr Sullivan shrugged. "You never can tell. I thought maybe you was a movie star, here for a publicity stunt." Involuntarily, Helene laughed. "A movie star! My goodness!" Again Mrs. Sullivan shrugged. "Well, it seemed funny, a pretty girl like you and with all your sw611 clothes, comin' to a place like Cholla. And jist the day be- fore Easter, tQo . . . Oh, Joe!" A lanky boy appeared. He wore faded overalls and was badly in need of a haircut. "Show the lady to a room," Mrs. Sullivan directed. Then, as an af- terthought, she added, "The front one with the carpet in it." Upstairs "the boy thumped her "Oh, why did I write those ter- rible things?" she whispere "Blessed Jesus, forgive me for be- ing a fool." A loud pounding at the door. Helene hastily wiped her eyes as Mrs. Sullivan entered with a tea- kettle. Pouring lukewarm water into a grimy pitcher, the latter stated coolly, "You been cryin'." Helene made no rePlY. Abruptly Mrs. Sullivan crossed the room, hands resting belligerently on her hips. "I don't know what you been bawlin' about, but I do know that you got everythin' anybody could ask for. Look at them white hands! I reckon you never had to Kit down on your knees and scrub floors after a bunch of truck drivers. Nor cook for twenty men, then wash up the dishes when you was dead on your feet. You got a husband, too--evidently one that loves you, judgin' by the way he dresses you up. And jist zn case you don't know what a good husband is worth, dearie, you're a lot dumber'n I "chink you are." Heiene did know what a good husband was worth. She had just learned now when it was too late. i%[rs. Sullivan 'ent on talking. "I'm hettin' doughnuts to dollars, you don't know the meaning' of trouble. Let me tell you some- thin': I had one of the best hus- bunds that ever walked. Then he got T. B. That's why we came to Cholla and bought this hotel. The doc said if he was in a dry :climate he might Kit well. But he didn't. Died fifteen years ago and left me with 'lever young- ones to raise." overnight bag to the floor. Helene Helene started. "Eleven!'" YAKIMA 1891.. 1947 56 YEARS SERVING THE PEOPLE OF YAKIMA VALLEY Bed Capacity 186 Equipped to meet the modern needs i. Surgicfl, Medical and Pediatric Treatment The School of Nursing is housed in a mod- ern building planned to comply with the demands of Nursing Education of Today. Classes are admitted in January, June and September CONDUCTED BY THE SISTERS OF CtIARITY CF PROVIDENCE St Elizabeth Hospital (Above Space Sponsored by Joe Klingele) Yakima Greenhouses GREETINGS Who!esaleOnly Nations." it hasn't had any need for a hotel Mrs Sulliwn nodded "And if =ena,T nn-----'x'- Seafood Mr.. Hoover recommended, to the j in fifty, ,years '" looked around the room. The I : ..... " " " "reasonabl t you trunk zt's any merry-go- Premdent that the Crated States[ u  th h t I s en An nicked iron Pea was y .... . . r  e o e wa op . - ,, . . rountt, ramzn' 'raven young-ones J. VERNON BOURN allocate almost a half bflhon dol- -*h-r .... n ...... e'-- faun  clean all right, but nothing more; ...... Grand Central Market .. I u e mume L <m  ,cite u ....... I alone you're oaity. Tne old- lars for food for German ctwnans  o ......... the carpet, threadbare Tnere was . ' . ............. I nersolZ m 'an uncarpetea loony.  ............. lest was Jist sixteen when their anu smteu mat lS nauon must i . . a wormy cnazr, a was, nLUU ] . woman was sweeping an accumm- . . . pa died. Now they're all grown face the problem of feeding the .......... marked vath white nngs from the[ .... . . n,,l, ",,ntiI t vrvf ind,,_qfri,l allan OI clgaretre sT:aDs ana pa- I ... n;. - ^,.t ;,'-r , ann scatterefl every wnicn-way. e-v .............  ............. per wrappers into a dustpan oo,-,,,, ............... v Jzst me and the two ounest of Germany can be sufficiently re- . ". [ Could I have some hot water." " " Y ,, ,, - At Helene's entrance, the onerl ........ boys left here vzved. He added The f z r s t , ,,e aeu. ' " necessity for such a revival is suf straightened and her dustpan  .e onu;n,,uhr th hay uws Suddenly Mrs Sullivan's mood ficient food upon which to main- clattered to the.floor. She was allowed" "Ma will bring that up." softened..  , .... huge woman wtn wraps o gray-[ Once alone, Helen sat 'down be 'JEst the same I  omon't ave Lain vitality to work." K'rk's, Off'zce Supply We RENTREPAIR All Makes of Office Machines UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITER AGENCY 205 W. Yakima Ave. PHONE 6040 If no answer, call 4381 Look for This Neon Sign on YAKIMA AVENUE Dietzen's "FOR GOOD FOOD" Home-Cooked Food by Women Cooks Itestaurant-Cafete ria-Bakery 108 E. Yak. Ave. Ph. 6171 mg hazr stragghng about a florid " " " [side the window and stared out face" on her third finger, a wed- ' I across the desert. Despzte the drag" ring" was worn thin'. ! |wild flowers--lavender sand ver- "Could you give me accommo=ibenas and little golden sun cups dations--until Monday?" land an occasional ocotillo with The woman laughed boisterous-i cluster of bright scarlet blossoms | , ,, t I i ' b, Accommodations. a n t --Helene was blind to all beauty. beard that fancy word in years! She was thinking of the dusty [No, dearie, I can't give you no rose of the tamarack tree that I'accommodations.' But if you're grew in her own front yard of villin' to sleep in a bed, what is the blue delphiniums in her car- reasonably clean, and will eat den and the coral bells that bard- good plain grub, same as I dish ered its walk. . [ out to the truck drivers from the But zt was Denny who stood i borax mines--well, I can put you out sharpest in her mind. Tall-i up. But you'll have to pay six good-looking Denny who was as dollars a day." And she added dark .as Helene was light. . Without ' e' warning she burst rata tears cautiously, 'Money in advanc .' , . . -- "What happened v,, she asked "I'll ay." nelene snappea open _ ._ ._ " P" n- roduced a nerselz "'our marriage started a cBlfsKm purse a u p ou- "b i- 1 " " ' " ..... t so eaut tm y--wnat maae it roh or DillS: ........ ...... n ena m oestrucuon: wnat caused With stuvvy pencn me woma .  "'" t t us to get on each others nerves, wrote out a receipt hanaeu i o ........... ' , .... cO DicKer constanuy aria to quar- Helene. It was signed 'l. uui- relY,, van. She couldn't even remember "Don't I register?" the reason of that last quarrel. She only remembered waiting un- til Denny had left for work, then packing her possessions and, in a blind rage, writing a note. Memory of that note made He- lene's cheeks burn with shame. In it she had reminded Denny of all his faults and shortcomings-- had written them bluntly and cru- elly, had deliberately tried to hurt. From somewhere, Mrs. Sullivan grimly brought forth a register, its covers cracked and dusty, its l pages yellowed with age. "We ain't had a regular guest for so long, I don't even think about them things like registerin' no more." As Helene signed the book, she noted that the last name register- ed was dated 1937. Her face flushed G. D. HALL and AC Associates A. Harsh Consulting Engineers 11 Kinds 6f Insurance And Court Bonds Phone 5868 Body Sanders for Dress or Work w. ..o. Tom's Grocery House Dresses--Sizes 12 to 44 Phone 56b Open Evenings by Appointment 1208 Lincoln Ave. Phone 6937 HOM! FURNISHINO$ FuN Line of Staple and Fancy Groceries Fresh Vegetable - Bakery Goods - Fresh and Cnred Meats LUMBER gO. lity Lumber and Build- ..... ing Materials 1st Ave. and B St. Phone 6113 HORST REPAIR SHOP ' CAR and TRUCK REPAIRING Crankshaft Grinling 1106 Terraoe Height Roaxl Call 5700 16 N. Fourth Street So. 18th Ave. and Larch Phone 9551 IV YAK[MA PU''' PLUMB[' PUMPS - %VATE1% PRESSURE SYSTEMS - PLUMBING SVePLZES - OIL BVRNERS -, COPPEB TVBLN - HARDWARE (Continued on Page 5) [ L / J.E. "Jim' White, Prop. .... 110 So. First St, l'hone 9687 Burrows Filtered," Clean-Burning I Jl ][,hones: Office 4146- Res. 23106 I[ | Motor FU E L OIL 1[ YOUNG S [ Conoco Luhri00ting Oils LUMBER CO. YAKIMA OIL CO. III Anythi?g :o: =%7o=: Sales & Service YAKIMA ABSTRACT & TITLE COMPANY AGENTS FOR WASHINGTON TITLE INSURANCE CO. L- -E  Abstracts - Title Insurance - Escrows 20 N. 2nd Street l'hone 7107 AND PAVING CO, 1502 So. 1st St. Phone 9086 Applicaiors of Composition Shingles, Rolled Roofing. Biit-Up Roofs or Material Sold Separately. Experienced Applicators ASPHALTIC CONCRETE WORK lmlways - Driveways - Park- ing Areas and Tennis Courts FULLER PAIHTS Sash, Doors, Glass Wallpaper, Etc. W. P. FULLER & CO. 14 South Second St. Yaldma Tony's Place TONY, JACK & JOHN KRAFT STEAKS BEVERAGES 1512W. Lenox Ph. 22010 30 North Second Street MAIR & SON VAN and TRUCK BODIES Home Bodies Home Trailers Boats and General Cabinet Work UNION GAP DIAL 24489 T ry Vogue Cleaners TH E NU-WAY Pickup and Delivery 709 %Vest Yakima Ave. ELECTROLUX Also all other makes of VacIIOnl Clea.ers Repairod PROMPT SERVICE Immodiafe l.l'livery on Tank and Upright Premier %:acllnln C.iea.ers VACUUM CLEANER SERVICE O0, EMablijhed 192.! Phone 3606 308 w. Yakim. Phone 408 I EASTER GREET!N(;S Yaklma Dairymen's Ass n. 10 No. 5th o Phone ,_,143 Easter Greetings YAK!MA SEED CO. ROHN BROS. 1,1 South First St. Phone ,1912 Yakima Say "MOM'S Or JERRY ANN To Your Grocer Man TRENERRY'S BAKERY YAKIMA PARCEL DELIVERY E. %V. PAULIN PROMPT - COURTEOUS SERVICE HARLEY DAVIDSON MOTORCYCLE SALES and SERVICE 513 So. 1st Phone 3313 Harry Wise Auto Top Shop 227-229 So. 1st St. Phone 5060 Motor Steam Cleaning Painting- Glass Body and Fender Work YAK!MA RECREATION (tIARIHNGTON'S) 214 E. Yakim3 Ave. PItONE 3300 Iligh-Grade Cigars Cigarettes and Tobacco Lunch Counter - Billiards Headqnarters for Sporting Events YAKIMA HAZEL'S Confections and Tobaccos EASTER GREETINGS SEARS, ROEBUCK AND gO. 14 South Third St. Phone 9848 Pfaff Grocery STAPLE and FANCY GROCERIES VEGETABLES FRESH and CURleD IVlEATS Gas and Oil DELIVERY SERVICE 811 E. Yaklm I'll. 3897 ELEVENTH AVENUE 5c & I Oc STORE General Variety Merchandise School Supplies - Gifts Novelties, etc. YOUR HOME OWNED VARIETY STORE SYLVESTER FUCHS, Prop. 405 So. 11 th Ave.. Ph. 3461 CANDY SHOP / "Candies Made Daily", [] 104 N. 2nd PRICE-LESS MARKET GROCERIES and MEATS Tim Largest and Most Complete Meat Market / in Central Washington 413 W. Walnut Phone 21900 T .GREETIN GS -The State Farm Insurance Companies OREAMER ELECTRIC CO. II GEO C. SUTTON & BOB DWINELL, Representatives 205,Chamber of Commerce Bldg. Phone 3554 Season's Greetings VALLEY IRON WORKS :ELECTRIC APPLIANCES OF ALL TYPES Ranges - Water Heaters Ironers - Washing Machines Radios, etc. (When Available) Lighting Fixtures - Electric SnppHes - Sales and Service PAUL CREAMER, Prop. 1191S. 1st St. Phone 22521 I I I South Front St. Yakima" We Appreciate Your Patronage City Checker 7700 CABS 3111