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"man man. Ocrmpondent Auburn Tl. 8-0898 AUBURN NEWS By Evalolgh Cristobal An Anticipation Shower was held for Mrs. Paul Reyes. Algona, Sunday, May 5. Mrs. Reyes re ceived many lovely gifts. Hostess was Mrs. Marie Panida. Jello, cake and coffee were served. Guests were Mrs. M. Trinidad, Mrs. John na Hipol, Mrs. Freda. Nonan, Mrs. Georgia Mendoza, Mrs. Evelyn Rosquita, Mrs. Gloria Ancheta. and Mrs. Evaleigh Cristobal. l I 0 Another Anticipation Shower was held for Mrs. Martin Enera at the home of Mrs. Bernice War ren, Algona, Tuesday, May 14. Hostesses were Mrs. Dorothy Har gan, Mrs. Alberta. Sundstrom and Mrs. Warren. Games were played. Mrs. Enera received many lovely gifts. Guests were Mrs. Alice Davis. Mrs. George Jacobs, Mrs. Janet McAbee, Mrs. Florence Bur- 115, Mrs. Lois Edwards, Mrs. Shir ley Lautcher, Mrs. Louise Karhu, Mrs. Peggy Miller and Mrs. Eva leigh Cristobal. An Anticipation Shower was al so held for Mrs. Enera at the Fili pino and American Community Hall. Algona. by the Filipino and American \Vomen's Club, Sunday, May 19. Mrs. Enera received many lovely gifts. Winners of the games were Mrs. Betty Cannon, Mrs. Klko Trinidad and Mrs. Enera. Cake, jello and coffee were served to the guests. . The Filipino and American Com munity of Puget Sound, Inc., will hold its third tabulation for the Harvest Festival queen contest at the Community Hall, Algona, June 22, at 8 o’clock P.M. The Margaret Tapping Shcool of Dance gave a. recital, “School of Arts,” at the Auburn Junior High School, Tuesday, May 28. Particl patlng were Ruthie and Eddie Ta jon. daughter and son respectively of Mr. and Mrs. Felix Tajon, Al gona; and Christina Maduro, the daughter of Mrs. Lorenzo Madam, Algona. I 3 O The Barclay Studio of Dance VIIGEITK BARBER SHOP V. 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Gama and a talent show will be among the at tractions. t O O Mr. and Mrs. Felix Tajon, Al gona, entertained at dinner some of the Trade Fair delegates from the Philippines at their home on Thursday, June 13. An interview was made by a representative of the Auburn Globe News at the party. Philippine delegates enter tained were Mrs. Soledad Alconcel, chairman of the delegation; Mrs. Telesfora Lolarga, and the Misses Esther Belarmino and Josefina Querubin. The women delegates were accompanied by Miss Maria. Luisa Dominguez. The guests felt at home when the hosts served select Philippine dishes in edition to the best Amer ican culinary concoctions. Every body was agreed on the skill and knowledge of Mrs. Tajon in the science of “gastronomics” as evi denced by those spread over the; buffet dinner table. } An earthquake described as the strongest in 27 years, rocked the northern part of Luzon June 13. Sketchy reports from Vigan, about 200 miles north of Manila, said cracks a foot wide and more than 200 yards long split the earth in several places. There were no re ports of casualties. Sen. Claro M. Recto said last week-end that he will run for pres ident in November on a ticket of his own that will list candidates for the full slate of offices down to congressman. His probable run ning mate for vice president, he said, would be Sen. Fernando Lo- pez, former head of the Democrat ic Party. . GIIIIA POULTRY 00. Fresh, Fancy Milk-Fed Poultry Wholesale—Retail 715 King St. EL. 4433 DAN’S BARBER SHOP 502 Main 59., Sumo, Wash. DAN MORAL”, Prop. FILIPINO FORUM Civic Support Spells Success N Washington Trade Fair Improved merchandise and un usual public entertainment, cou pled with staunch civic support, are given credit for the success of this year’s Washington State International Trade Fair. The gigantic bazaar May 17-26 in Seattle showed handcrafts from 16 nations bordering the Pacific Ocean. Largest exhibits were from Japan and India. Public attendance of 30,453 top pled records established in. both 1955 and 1956, according to Fred Imhof, Fair manager. Spectators totaled 29,400 for a. 15-day exposi tion in 1955 and 25,697 during 1956's 10-day nm. Prospects for the 1958 Fair are bright from many standpoints, ac cording to Willard Maxwell, Se attle banker and Trade Fair presi dent-elect. Public Interest Strong “Australia and New Zealand have shown interest in becoming exhibitors," Maxwell said. “Public interest is strong and buyers’ at tendance is growing each year." Donald H. Yates, president of both the 1956 and 1957 exposi tions, praised the state’s business leaders and its citizenry for sup: porting the Fair financially and through volunteer service. EAST-WEST UNDERSTANDING “Trade Fair's influence goes even beyond its commercial stimulus to Washington State,” Yates added. “By fostering mutually beneficial trade relations With Pacific Rim nations, the Fair increases East- West understanding and encour ages world peace.” Professional buyers throughout the United States, Alaska and Canada thronging the mammoth showcase echoed the opinion of 9. Portland, ore go n merchandise ‘ manager. 1 “Merchandise is beter in quality land scope than anything I have seen displayed in the United Estates," said Charles E. Snell, ;Meier & Frank executive. “The state of Washington deserves a. lot of credit for putting on this show.". Buyers came from as far as In ldia. Denmark, Japan and Norway. Registrations from the western United States and the Midwest were most numerous, with a brisk‘ representation from New York and ‘ New Jersey. Asian textiles got rare notices 5; from a Marshall Field & Co. fabric buyer. \ ORIENTAL FABRICS SUPERB “The Oriental fabrics are superb in. quality and design,” was the ‘5 comnmnt of John Baachen of Chl cago. “They are as good or better ‘ than anything I saw in the big ‘ European fashion houses.” Merville W. Mclnnis, spokesman for the merchandise and produc tion committees, lauded the at tractiveness of displays. “Exhibitors produced by far the most striking and appealing dis ‘ plays Trade Fair spectators have IITTA’S FOOD MART Fresh Fish—Smoked Meats Fruits and Vegetables SE. 0829 Seattle 4‘ Wash. 609 Klng Street Don Ting Cafe Original Chino" Food— Sorvod Chino“ Style loom for Pvlvoh Party—- Food to Take Out 509 - 700. An. 50. Phone 5!. 9636 ever seen." Mclnnis said. “Public and buyer reaction was highly fa vorable.” Washington state’s Internation al Trade Fair is a non-profit civic endeavor to strengthen the state’s trade and cultural ties with friend ly nations ﬂanking the Pacific Ocean. The exposition, entering its seventh year, is combined with an International Marketing Con ference at the University of Wash ington. The dual trade event is supported by the state govern: ment, its ports and business lead-1 ers and receives the cooperation of national governments in Eur? ope, Latin America and Asia. Sol G. Levy, one of Trade Fair’s founders, termed souvenir sales successful. “In trying to build bridges of friendship for a better tomorrow, we must give opportunity, face and courage tn our neighbors,” Levy said. “This was evidenced by the largest sale of souvenirs on record. The countries participating had patiently worked almost all year and the success of what they produced spoke for itself in large purchases by those attending the Fair. This testing program devel ops a market for new handi-l crafts.” ‘ BARNEY'S JEWELRY 8: LOAN Jewelry—Sporting Goods—Hardware—Luggage 401-403 - 2nd Ave. EL. 6654 NEWPORT TAVERN 8: CAFE Filipinos Welcome am a. wm: _ coon rooo CARD ROOM 524 - 2nd Ave. Seattle, Wash. LITI'LE THREE GRAND CAFE ”Chinese Food Cooked in Real Oriental Stylo To Sui! Your Tosh" OPEN FROM 2 P.M. TO 3 A.M. 664 King St. Phone MA. 9320 ' BRITANNIA TAVERN Where You Meet Your Friends 603 l5? Ave. EL 9891 TOM LAMBIO, PROP. EVANS DRUG CO. 240 E. Main St. Auburn, Wuh- PHONE 66 HAR DWAREmd FU l 2 NIT-URE ”The Store or Friendly Service" Full Line of Hardware and Furniture RCA Television . . . Maytag & Speed Queen Washers . . . Monarch and Estate Ranges . . . Kelvinators & International Harvester Refrigerators Carpeting . . . Plumbing. . . 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