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Page Six m _ . CATHOLIC NORTHWE'ST PROGRESS Illi I I --I Friday, April 4, 1947 Frht--9- --ilL D|,.- i cholera victims, and was sinking .... 1-  l'tt tll l-lU fast. She was taken to st. ColUm- • • ban's temporary hospital in.Nan- Sick Child, Cholera, l cheng" At her bedside sat her fa- R€vvJ .n112| .[nleV| ther and grandmother. At about avoa7 , .*lua .v,j/r.oon, the father stood up and . :faeea a p'eture of the Sacred ST. COLUMBANS, Nebr. -- The . I tremendous faith of a sick ch]ld's l father in Mary's Rosary which shone like a bright beacon in the cholera-stricken city of ancheng, China, is the theme of a heart- Heart hanging on the wall. He be- gan to say the Rosary over, and over, pleading for the life of his six-year-old daughter. At five o'- clock he Was still praying, still facing the picture. At seven the warm!ng story related in a letter child was reaching the crisis and received from Father Hugh Ben- nett, Columban missioner just back in China, at the mission so- c;ety headquarters here. Little Mary was one of the first still the father prayed, tears streaming down his face. The cr:sis passed, the child began to recover, and the father cried with joy BALLARD • BALLARD BLOSSOM SHOP Flowers For All Occasions. VE WIRE FLOWERS ANY%VIYIERE 2021 Market Street SUnset 4213 Open Until 9 P. M. JERRY'S HAIR STYLING SALON 6423 32nd AvbnUe N. %V. All Advanced Types of Beauty Treatments by Skilled Operator Evenings by Appointment DEXter 4089 MATT HANLEY REAL ESTATE For Quick Results in Sale of Properties LIST WITH MATT 1704 Market St. - DE. 2482 . ,': CALL, broad-shbuldered Joe Shannon stood beside the hos- ltat bed and grinned down at Pat--blonde, glamorous, utterly spoiled Pat, Joe was the genuine tnly, a few years ago he was cng the bdl and leaving a red hot trail all over the gridiron. Now he wore the "ruptured duck" "Btrt what about our Easter trip ?" "We'll just lave to take a trip wimneer we can, dear. The M. D. says you'll be here at least a week, so why not just relax? It won't be too long--you can just chalk it up to experience." A nurse, mature in years, but bubbling over with health and vigor and white crispness stepped into the room. "Sorry, Mr. Shannon, visiting be, Mrs are over for the day." A few more words--a brief kiss --and Pat was alone in the quiet too quiet room. She rang for the nurse. Q "Would you leave the door open, i please, so I can at least see and: hear something? It's so aw.lly still in here." The nurse's first response: was a cheery laugh. "Sure, Fll leave the door open. Somettiing tells me that you're not used to being alone --or'still--verymuch," she said.. "Of course, I'm not. Why should I be? There's too much to do in life to just sit still and let it pass you by." "Is there, now? well, sometimes I wonder. All kinds come in and out of a place like this. It makes me stop and wonder---do these people who rush around so, always on the go, really know what they're after?" "Well, I know what I was after• This is the first spring my hUE- :NearIy 100,000 Catholics gathered from many countries will offer :P.rayers for a lasting peace, before the central  altar of the Repos- tttn'y, to be erected in Lansdowne Park, Ottawa. for the Marian iCongre to be held there June 18 to 22. Masses v-ill be offered orttinuously day and night •from the beginning of the Congress to the end. The altar will be 550 feet long and 155 feet high (model tured), according to plans armouneed by Archbishop Alexandr# Vaehon of Ottawa, host to the Congress. tNC Photos) E. K. SCHUEHLE Manufacturing Co. 4609 14th Ave. N.W. DExter 3224 - . HENNUM 2- A! S0hmder ELECTRIC Market See.wee 5001 6th Ave.,N. W. SUnset 9893 in his lapel--he still got a peculiar feEng in his left shoulder, and.: sometimes wondered Whether the! doctors had really gotten all that shrapnel out. "Well, Patsykins," he kidded his wife, "you really fixed things up this time. That's an original out- fit you're wearing, if I ever saw one. There won't be another one like it in the Easter parade." "Oh, Joe! Don't tefi me I have to spend Easter here! In a bo lc.itl ?,, "Wny not? I could think of worse places to be." "Such as ?" "Such as a nice foX-hole. Now, there is a ,spot. Jap bullets com- ing at you from one side--ptng, ping, and half the insects in crea- tion marching in from the other s]e." "Oh, Joe, can't you ever forget all that ? ghe war's over now." "Yeah, that's just it--the war's over and a lot of people have al- ready forgotten." "Well, for Pete's sake, what does that have to do with my spending Easter in this hospital ? I'm just a nurfiber--Room No. 21/' "I'm just trying to tell you that this isn't such a bad place, and that faSr young ladies who like to play tag with traffic dangers very often have to pay the price. We'll have to keep you cooped up for a while and make this community safe for the rest of the people This is' Lent, you know--so you "BUt I was /ate! I told you that," "Yeah, late for a card party! So late you almost climbed a tree !" Pat wa almost crying now. "Go I on--fret good and mad at me. That'll help a lot." ST. ANNE PARISH CUT FLOWERS  PLANTS -- CORSAGES - FUNERAL WREATHS For a Better Class of Wir- ing and Repairs, Call the Hennum Electric Service 7012 15th N. SV. DE. 2275 "'.'" i" Jr r "" 'c EASTER GREETINGS Appropriate Gifts of All Kinds for Our Customers and Friends FINE SELECTION OF EASTER CARDS AND LOVELY GIFTS HANK'S GIFT SHOP 5416 20th N. V’. SU. 4321 (OPEN EVENL-NGS) HALL'S TRANSFER CO. 2446 W. 56th St. SUnset 7222 just stay fight here, and do a lit- band has been out of the service, tle meditation on what a menace land w'e were going away on a ou are with that little roadster[holiday trip--for a whole week." (FREE DELIVERY FOR QUEEN ANNE) of yourS." [ "Oh, that's too bad"--she gave e rmha r n  final pat to the pillow "was MORRISON FLOWER SHOP Jo 'sg " db oadeneda dthe[ " " -- twlnkle in his eyes brightened as[Y our husband terribly disappoint- hettalked, but these were lost on]ed: words cut through Pat like 620 W. McGraw St. Phone ALder 5181" ,," -- , ..... a knife "Was your husband disap- Joe nannon, sne scarteu, 1 inted 9,, She tel • " h h " ,, - , ,, po . . C as rAloug a OC aon t you try to tell me... flame had spread over her face all "Hey, don't get yourself so work/th e way to the roots of her hair. A I ; eQ up wna you want to ao, • - [ Was Joe disappointed at having to a L View P0lnt Start a fever ?''  , , " tcancel their trip. She didnt • • But, Joe, t was going to be]know--she hadn't thought of him. WilsOn 1G0{Ar[! such a lovely holiday--your first IShe actually didnt know how her Easter home. I had gotten a new town husband fell She was glad " 1 suit, and had most of our things l that the gathering twilight pro- ,acked Why did it have to hap I - • " " -.teeted her from the nurse s ob- SERVICE STATION 2 3 2 • w. )en now?" t . • servation, and glad that a mgnal Your Covenien,t Neighborhood Staple Groceries, Canned "Because you were in too much bell in the. hall took this white )f a hurry." crispness out of the room. But BALLARD FLORIST Home Of • Hospital Bouquets • Corsages • Weddings g Potted Plants Funeral Designs DeXter 2392 "Flowers From the Heart" Copyright 1945 LUCY C. PEAKE ROSWELL B. PEAKE OTfie and GreenloUse: 6702 14th N. W. and took Pat's hand in both of his. "Now, look, Patsykins, you know, we really Should act like grownup people. After all, we are married --and a husband has certain re- sponsibilities. He just can't get away from them. In this case, you came darn hear to putting me on the spot. It boils down to this ---that traffic light at that stop had been reported for a mechanical defect, and nothing had been done about repairing it. Otherwise, yon might actually be in a jail hospital instead of here at St. Joseph's. You're just lucky, we're all lucky that you hurt no one except your- self." not for long. She was back again, with two huge boxes of flowers. One was from Joe. ,reed, red roses--he, had put a note in with them: Don't : worry, Patsykins. Your father and I had a bad scare at first, when we didn't know how badly i hurt you were. Now, all you have Jack &.Jerry's Grocery 7701 6th Avenue N. W. GROCERIES, FRESH VEGETABLES, FRUITS and COLD MEATS OPEN EVERY DAY -- 8 to 7 P. M. (Closed Sundays)  $U. 9691 EASTER GREETINGS Baliard Auto Wrecking Co. 1515 Leafy Way SU. 8696 , , 1 , ,,, , ,’ , Loyal Shudine I Fifteenth Ave. N. W. GROCERY Beauty Shop and MARKET OTTO REDISKE, Prop. Everything in Beauty Work 6919 28th N.W. DE. 0010 SUnset 4124 r "c " 5909 15th N. W. Cold Wave Machine and Machineless Permanents STERNER MARKET to do is rest and when you are Joe sat on the side of the bedlo" k., we'll manage a trip some- hOw." "Your father and I"Pat blush- ed again. Dear old Dad! Of course, I he was worried. It was such a short time ago that she had been begging him for this very roadster. At first, he had said, "Nothing doing--why should I buy my lit- tle girl a car? So she can go out and break her neck?" Pat opened the other box. Lilies of the valley from her pal. On the card was written, "Good luck, kid! Don't tarry in that hospital too Icng--the Club affair sn't far off. Giadys. P. S.--Glad the car isn't (Continued on Page 7) RET PARISH ST. MARGA Hoefer Bros. Market 3127 W 85th Street QUALITY GROCERIES FI NE GROCERIES AND MEAT MARKET 6000 151h Ave N, W. DExter 0558 Vegetables and Fruits Preen Foods, Fresh Meats and Fish THORNDYKE MARKET 2200 Thorndyke Ave. GROCERIES, FRESH MEATS FEESH and FROZEN FRUITS & VEGETABLES BEVERAGES We Deliver on Magnolia Bluff' GA. 5520 GEORGE P. BhKN REALTOR SU. 9932 3311 W. McGRAW ST. Specializing in Magnolia Bluff Properties. Whether You Build, Rent or Buy You Pay For The Home You Occupy. GA. 1600 Magnolia Plumbing And Heating DON'S GROCERIES AND MEATS FULL LINE OF GROCERIES, FRESH MEATS, ICE CREAM AND BEVERAGES 1405 W 70th St - DE. 0216 3209 W. McGraw St. GArfield 8172 II Service Station 20 Boston St. GA. 9856 OIL- GAS BATTERIES TIRES Goods, Lunch Meats, Fro- zen Foods, Ice Cream and Beverages GA. 9930 x B, H. Stordahl & Sons PAINTING  DECORATING CO. 306 W. HARRISON STREET PAINTING & DECORATING CO. "LET US DRESS UP YOUR HOME IN 'NEW PAINT" " GA. 0190 GILMAN AVE. GROCERY 4001 Gilman Avenue Complete Line of Groceries, Fruits, Vegetables, Frozen Food;, Ice Cream and Luncheon Meats GA. 979 Make Her Easter Happy with Lovely Flowers From UPTOWN FLORISTS 530 Queen Anne Ave. GA. 3342 and GA. 9979 SUNSET GROCERY 2230 15th Avenue W. GROCERIES, COLD MEATS, FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES--ICE CREAM and BEVERAGES GA. 9734 TWENTIETH CENTURY MARKET 1502 Queen Anne Ave. at Galer Street ALder 2888 GRASS SEEDS GARDEN SUPPLIES FERTILIZERS MILL ORGANITE AND VIGORO FERTILIZERS Five Corners HARDWARE CO 305 W. McGraw St. GA. 5000 PRICE-LESS DRUG CO. Lowest Prices Always PRESCRIPTIONS, DRUGS, FOUNTAIN SERVICE 601 Queen Anne Avenue GA. 4144 KEYSTONE 10c STORE 1505 QUEEN ANNE AVENUE "YOLqR FRIENDLY STORE" Complete Line of N)tions, Toys, Cosmetics, Gree|ing Cards, Etc. ALL 10c STORE MER('HANDISE ST. JOHN PARISH SWift DRUG CO. North 87th and Greenwood PRESCRI PTION DRUGGISTS Drug Sundries -- Complete Fountain Service  Tobacco Candies -- Magazines  Lending Library Serving St. John and St. Anthony Parishes MR. J. A. MOYNIHAN, Proprietor DExter 0100 Roy C. Davidsen JEWELER 8524 Greenwood Avenue Complete Line of Jewelry, Gifts, Watches, Diamonds. SPECIALIZING IN FINE WATCH REPAIRING SU. 6969, The "Easter' State Snider's Sundries ] 1205 Greenwocal Ave. DRUGS, SUNDRIES, ICE CREAM CONFECTIONS TOBACCOS MAGAZINES and FILMS GRant 9(;03 be palmetto from that State. e Ponce de Leon, the Spanish ex- There are two reasons for call- plorer, reached the mainland of ing Florida the "Easter State." the New World in 1512 on Pascua The palm used in American Florida, the Spanish term tar churches on Palm Sunday, the be- Easter, and gave the rzame oi: ginning of Holy Week, is likely to Florida to this territory. GREENWOOD FLORISTS DELLA and HENRY HEDBERC 305 North 85th Street HEmlock 71,10 Crystal I J WilliamSGroceryCaSh v Dye Works o,ooowoo. A, oooo Staple and Fancy Grocer- I!1 ies, Fl'esh Fruits, Vegeta- 65th and Phinney Ave. " bles, Bakery and Dairy Products DExter 3250 DE. 1905 LENORE'S HONEY DEW CANDLES ArUFACTURERS OF HIGH GRADE CHOCOLATES "This year w have a large assortment of Easter Eggs and Easter. Baskets for the kiddies." 8319 Greenwood Ave. Seattle 3, %Vash. SU. 9900 WATERS GROOERY 11201 Greenwood Ave. 25 Years in Same Location QUALITY and SERVICE ALWAYS GRant 9610 SUNSHINE LAUNDRY & CLEANERS 6860 Woodlawn Ave. VEl'mnl: 2001) WEST WOODLAND HARDWARE 501 W. 65th Street DExter 2800 L. VAN INVV'-EGEN, Proprietor HARDWARE, PAINT, GLASS & ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES PHILCO REFRIGERATORS AND RADIOS J=, VOGUE GIFT SHOP Hallmark Greeting Cards, Handkerchiefs, Religious Figurines GIFTS OF ALl. KINDS 7200 Greenwood Ave. DE. 0741 SACRED HEART PARISH MARQUEEN GARAGE COMPLETE AND COMPETENT • AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE Gas -- Oil -- Storage 10 Mercer Street GA. 9425 BEST EASTER WISHES Mutual Cash Grocery 137 1st Avenue No. GA. 9834 EASTER GREETINGS MERCER DRESS SHOP 17 Mercer Street ALDER 1004 Easter Greetings JOHN ST. GROCERY 325 John Street EL. 9921 Page Six m _ . CATHOLIC NORTHWE'ST PROGRESS Illi I I --I Friday, April 4, 1947 Frht--9- --ilL D|,.- i cholera victims, and was sinking .... 1-  l'tt tll l-lU fast. She was taken to st. ColUm- • • ban's temporary hospital in.Nan- Sick Child, Cholera, l cheng" At her bedside sat her fa- R€vvJ .n112| .[nleV| ther and grandmother. At about avoa7 , .*lua .v,j/r.oon, the father stood up and . :faeea a p'eture of the Sacred ST. COLUMBANS, Nebr. -- The . I tremendous faith of a sick ch]ld's l father in Mary's Rosary which shone like a bright beacon in the cholera-stricken city of ancheng, China, is the theme of a heart- Heart hanging on the wall. He be- gan to say the Rosary over, and over, pleading for the life of his six-year-old daughter. At five o'- clock he Was still praying, still facing the picture. At seven the warm!ng story related in a letter child was reaching the crisis and received from Father Hugh Ben- nett, Columban missioner just back in China, at the mission so- c;ety headquarters here. Little Mary was one of the first still the father prayed, tears streaming down his face. The cr:sis passed, the child began to recover, and the father cried with joy BALLARD • BALLARD BLOSSOM SHOP Flowers For All Occasions. VE WIRE FLOWERS ANY%VIYIERE 2021 Market Street SUnset 4213 Open Until 9 P. M. JERRY'S HAIR STYLING SALON 6423 32nd AvbnUe N. %V. All Advanced Types of Beauty Treatments by Skilled Operator Evenings by Appointment DEXter 4089 MATT HANLEY REAL ESTATE For Quick Results in Sale of Properties LIST WITH MATT 1704 Market St. - DE. 2482 . ,': CALL, broad-shbuldered Joe Shannon stood beside the hos- ltat bed and grinned down at Pat--blonde, glamorous, utterly spoiled Pat, Joe was the genuine tnly, a few years ago he was cng the bdl and leaving a red hot trail all over the gridiron. Now he wore the "ruptured duck" "Btrt what about our Easter trip ?" "We'll just lave to take a trip wimneer we can, dear. The M. D. says you'll be here at least a week, so why not just relax? It won't be too long--you can just chalk it up to experience." A nurse, mature in years, but bubbling over with health and vigor and white crispness stepped into the room. "Sorry, Mr. Shannon, visiting be, Mrs are over for the day." A few more words--a brief kiss --and Pat was alone in the quiet too quiet room. She rang for the nurse. Q "Would you leave the door open, i please, so I can at least see and: hear something? It's so aw.lly still in here." The nurse's first response: was a cheery laugh. "Sure, Fll leave the door open. Somettiing tells me that you're not used to being alone --or'still--verymuch," she said.. "Of course, I'm not. Why should I be? There's too much to do in life to just sit still and let it pass you by." "Is there, now? well, sometimes I wonder. All kinds come in and out of a place like this. It makes me stop and wonder---do these people who rush around so, always on the go, really know what they're after?" "Well, I know what I was after• This is the first spring my hUE- :NearIy 100,000 Catholics gathered from many countries will offer :P.rayers for a lasting peace, before the central  altar of the Repos- tttn'y, to be erected in Lansdowne Park, Ottawa. for the Marian iCongre to be held there June 18 to 22. Masses v-ill be offered orttinuously day and night •from the beginning of the Congress to the end. The altar will be 550 feet long and 155 feet high (model tured), according to plans armouneed by Archbishop Alexandr# Vaehon of Ottawa, host to the Congress. tNC Photos) E. K. SCHUEHLE Manufacturing Co. 4609 14th Ave. N.W. DExter 3224 - . HENNUM 2- A! S0hmder ELECTRIC Market See.wee 5001 6th Ave.,N. W. SUnset 9893 in his lapel--he still got a peculiar feEng in his left shoulder, and.: sometimes wondered Whether the! doctors had really gotten all that shrapnel out. "Well, Patsykins," he kidded his wife, "you really fixed things up this time. That's an original out- fit you're wearing, if I ever saw one. There won't be another one like it in the Easter parade." "Oh, Joe! Don't tefi me I have to spend Easter here! In a bo lc.itl ?,, "Wny not? I could think of worse places to be." "Such as ?" "Such as a nice foX-hole. Now, there is a ,spot. Jap bullets com- ing at you from one side--ptng, ping, and half the insects in crea- tion marching in from the other s]e." "Oh, Joe, can't you ever forget all that ? ghe war's over now." "Yeah, that's just it--the war's over and a lot of people have al- ready forgotten." "Well, for Pete's sake, what does that have to do with my spending Easter in this hospital ? I'm just a nurfiber--Room No. 21/' "I'm just trying to tell you that this isn't such a bad place, and that faSr young ladies who like to play tag with traffic dangers very often have to pay the price. We'll have to keep you cooped up for a while and make this community safe for the rest of the people This is' Lent, you know--so you "BUt I was /ate! I told you that," "Yeah, late for a card party! So late you almost climbed a tree !" Pat wa almost crying now. "Go I on--fret good and mad at me. That'll help a lot." ST. ANNE PARISH CUT FLOWERS  PLANTS -- CORSAGES - FUNERAL WREATHS For a Better Class of Wir- ing and Repairs, Call the Hennum Electric Service 7012 15th N. SV. DE. 2275 "'.'" i" Jr r "" 'c EASTER GREETINGS Appropriate Gifts of All Kinds for Our Customers and Friends FINE SELECTION OF EASTER CARDS AND LOVELY GIFTS HANK'S GIFT SHOP 5416 20th N. V’. SU. 4321 (OPEN EVENL-NGS) HALL'S TRANSFER CO. 2446 W. 56th St. SUnset 7222 just stay fight here, and do a lit- band has been out of the service, tle meditation on what a menace land w'e were going away on a ou are with that little roadster[holiday trip--for a whole week." (FREE DELIVERY FOR QUEEN ANNE) of yourS." [ "Oh, that's too bad"--she gave e rmha r n  final pat to the pillow "was MORRISON FLOWER SHOP Jo 'sg " db oadeneda dthe[ " " -- twlnkle in his eyes brightened as[Y our husband terribly disappoint- hettalked, but these were lost on]ed: words cut through Pat like 620 W. McGraw St. Phone ALder 5181" ,," -- , ..... a knife "Was your husband disap- Joe nannon, sne scarteu, 1 inted 9,, She tel • " h h " ,, - , ,, po . . C as rAloug a OC aon t you try to tell me... flame had spread over her face all "Hey, don't get yourself so work/th e way to the roots of her hair. A I ; eQ up wna you want to ao, • - [ Was Joe disappointed at having to a L View P0lnt Start a fever ?''  , , " tcancel their trip. She didnt • • But, Joe, t was going to be]know--she hadn't thought of him. WilsOn 1G0{Ar[! such a lovely holiday--your first IShe actually didnt know how her Easter home. I had gotten a new town husband fell She was glad " 1 suit, and had most of our things l that the gathering twilight pro- ,acked Why did it have to hap I - • " " -.teeted her from the nurse s ob- SERVICE STATION 2 3 2 • w. )en now?" t . • servation, and glad that a mgnal Your Covenien,t Neighborhood Staple Groceries, Canned "Because you were in too much bell in the. hall took this white )f a hurry." crispness out of the room. But BALLARD FLORIST Home Of • Hospital Bouquets • Corsages • Weddings g Potted Plants Funeral Designs DeXter 2392 "Flowers From the Heart" Copyright 1945 LUCY C. PEAKE ROSWELL B. PEAKE OTfie and GreenloUse: 6702 14th N. W. and took Pat's hand in both of his. "Now, look, Patsykins, you know, we really Should act like grownup people. After all, we are married --and a husband has certain re- sponsibilities. He just can't get away from them. In this case, you came darn hear to putting me on the spot. It boils down to this ---that traffic light at that stop had been reported for a mechanical defect, and nothing had been done about repairing it. Otherwise, yon might actually be in a jail hospital instead of here at St. Joseph's. You're just lucky, we're all lucky that you hurt no one except your- self." not for long. She was back again, with two huge boxes of flowers. One was from Joe. ,reed, red roses--he, had put a note in with them: Don't : worry, Patsykins. Your father and I had a bad scare at first, when we didn't know how badly i hurt you were. Now, all you have Jack &.Jerry's Grocery 7701 6th Avenue N. W. GROCERIES, FRESH VEGETABLES, FRUITS and COLD MEATS OPEN EVERY DAY -- 8 to 7 P. M. (Closed Sundays)  $U. 9691 EASTER GREETINGS Baliard Auto Wrecking Co. 1515 Leafy Way SU. 8696 , , 1 , ,,, , ,’ , Loyal Shudine I Fifteenth Ave. N. W. GROCERY Beauty Shop and MARKET OTTO REDISKE, Prop. Everything in Beauty Work 6919 28th N.W. DE. 0010 SUnset 4124 r "c " 5909 15th N. W. Cold Wave Machine and Machineless Permanents STERNER MARKET to do is rest and when you are Joe sat on the side of the bedlo" k., we'll manage a trip some- hOw." "Your father and I"Pat blush- ed again. Dear old Dad! Of course, I he was worried. It was such a short time ago that she had been begging him for this very roadster. At first, he had said, "Nothing doing--why should I buy my lit- tle girl a car? So she can go out and break her neck?" Pat opened the other box. Lilies of the valley from her pal. On the card was written, "Good luck, kid! Don't tarry in that hospital too Icng--the Club affair sn't far off. Giadys. P. S.--Glad the car isn't (Continued on Page 7) RET PARISH ST. MARGA Hoefer Bros. Market 3127 W 85th Street QUALITY GROCERIES FI NE GROCERIES AND MEAT MARKET 6000 151h Ave N, W. DExter 0558 Vegetables and Fruits Preen Foods, Fresh Meats and Fish THORNDYKE MARKET 2200 Thorndyke Ave. GROCERIES, FRESH MEATS FEESH and FROZEN FRUITS & VEGETABLES BEVERAGES We Deliver on Magnolia Bluff' GA. 5520 GEORGE P. BhKN REALTOR SU. 9932 3311 W. McGRAW ST. Specializing in Magnolia Bluff Properties. Whether You Build, Rent or Buy You Pay For The Home You Occupy. GA. 1600 Magnolia Plumbing And Heating DON'S GROCERIES AND MEATS FULL LINE OF GROCERIES, FRESH MEATS, ICE CREAM AND BEVERAGES 1405 W 70th St - DE. 0216 3209 W. McGraw St. GArfield 8172 II Service Station 20 Boston St. GA. 9856 OIL- GAS BATTERIES TIRES Goods, Lunch Meats, Fro- zen Foods, Ice Cream and Beverages GA. 9930 x B, H. Stordahl & Sons PAINTING  DECORATING CO. 306 W. HARRISON STREET PAINTING & DECORATING CO. "LET US DRESS UP YOUR HOME IN 'NEW PAINT" " GA. 0190 GILMAN AVE. GROCERY 4001 Gilman Avenue Complete Line of Groceries, Fruits, Vegetables, Frozen Food;, Ice Cream and Luncheon Meats GA. 979 Make Her Easter Happy with Lovely Flowers From UPTOWN FLORISTS 530 Queen Anne Ave. GA. 3342 and GA. 9979 SUNSET GROCERY 2230 15th Avenue W. GROCERIES, COLD MEATS, FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES--ICE CREAM and BEVERAGES GA. 9734 TWENTIETH CENTURY MARKET 1502 Queen Anne Ave. at Galer Street ALder 2888 GRASS SEEDS GARDEN SUPPLIES FERTILIZERS MILL ORGANITE AND VIGORO FERTILIZERS Five Corners HARDWARE CO 305 W. McGraw St. GA. 5000 PRICE-LESS DRUG CO. Lowest Prices Always PRESCRIPTIONS, DRUGS, FOUNTAIN SERVICE 601 Queen Anne Avenue GA. 4144 KEYSTONE 10c STORE 1505 QUEEN ANNE AVENUE "YOLqR FRIENDLY STORE" Complete Line of N)tions, Toys, Cosmetics, Gree|ing Cards, Etc. ALL 10c STORE MER('HANDISE ST. JOHN PARISH SWift DRUG CO. North 87th and Greenwood PRESCRI PTION DRUGGISTS Drug Sundries -- Complete Fountain Service  Tobacco Candies -- Magazines  Lending Library Serving St. John and St. Anthony Parishes MR. J. A. MOYNIHAN, Proprietor DExter 0100 Roy C. Davidsen JEWELER 8524 Greenwood Avenue Complete Line of Jewelry, Gifts, Watches, Diamonds. SPECIALIZING IN FINE WATCH REPAIRING SU. 6969, The "Easter' State Snider's Sundries ] 1205 Greenwocal Ave. DRUGS, SUNDRIES, ICE CREAM CONFECTIONS TOBACCOS MAGAZINES and FILMS GRant 9(;03 be palmetto from that State. e Ponce de Leon, the Spanish ex- There are two reasons for call- plorer, reached the mainland of ing Florida the "Easter State." the New World in 1512 on Pascua The palm used in American Florida, the Spanish term tar churches on Palm Sunday, the be- Easter, and gave the rzame oi: ginning of Holy Week, is likely to Florida to this territory. GREENWOOD FLORISTS DELLA and HENRY HEDBERC 305 North 85th Street HEmlock 71,10 Crystal I J WilliamSGroceryCaSh v Dye Works o,ooowoo. A, oooo Staple and Fancy Grocer- I!1 ies, Fl'esh Fruits, Vegeta- 65th and Phinney Ave. " bles, Bakery and Dairy Products DExter 3250 DE. 1905 LENORE'S HONEY DEW CANDLES ArUFACTURERS OF HIGH GRADE CHOCOLATES "This year w have a large assortment of Easter Eggs and Easter. Baskets for the kiddies." 8319 Greenwood Ave. Seattle 3, %Vash. SU. 9900 WATERS GROOERY 11201 Greenwood Ave. 25 Years in Same Location QUALITY and SERVICE ALWAYS GRant 9610 SUNSHINE LAUNDRY & CLEANERS 6860 Woodlawn Ave. VEl'mnl: 2001) WEST WOODLAND HARDWARE 501 W. 65th Street DExter 2800 L. VAN INVV'-EGEN, Proprietor HARDWARE, PAINT, GLASS & ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES PHILCO REFRIGERATORS AND RADIOS J=, VOGUE GIFT SHOP Hallmark Greeting Cards, Handkerchiefs, Religious Figurines GIFTS OF ALl. KINDS 7200 Greenwood Ave. DE. 0741 SACRED HEART PARISH MARQUEEN GARAGE COMPLETE AND COMPETENT • AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE Gas -- Oil -- Storage 10 Mercer Street GA. 9425 BEST EASTER WISHES Mutual Cash Grocery 137 1st Avenue No. GA. 9834 EASTER GREETINGS MERCER DRESS SHOP 17 Mercer Street ALDER 1004 Easter Greetings JOHN ST. GROCERY 325 John Street EL. 9921