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l i ‘l Page Three SHELTONMASON COUNTY JOURNAII MARRIAGE LICENSE Edgar J. Anderson, . r., 43. and Gertrude H. Jensen, 40, both of Port Orchard, applied for a mar- George L. Drake, Simpson LOg- riage license at the auditor's of- , ging company executive, and Al fiCC here January 4. illucrby, local automobile dcalel‘,!v i A. and Jive in Jelly DreSs “— '\MAXINE BRIGGS, Society Editor Phone 274—.) 7. 19.1537, Janua'y 7, 1941. u I _ r I I} i T lSlielton, Hoodsport Represented At Meet lFloodSilrveyors 1 Make Progress In 1 At Kamilche For Skokomish Valley Ball Team Jan. 11 w" lreprcsented the Shelton Chamber] Skokomish Valley. Jan. 6. »—l Kamilche, Jan. 6. There will of Commerce at a session of the, Skokomish residents are much in-|be a benefit dance for the Kam-f mymmc Development Lgaguc in terested in the bright red truck,lilche baseball team in the grange; fort ’Angelcs Monday, while W31. bearing the plate ‘U. S. Army En- i, hall Saturday night, January 11th. | 1y Anderson Lester and Herb ginoers,‘ and the party of sevenlMus-ic by Rau’e. The Kamilche'Dickinson re'pl.esented the Hoods_ SUI‘VCYOFS who have becn COn-iCougars played in a Thurston port Commercial (nub. ‘ spicious on our roads for the last;County league last summer and D t ,l I. H , month, 'Harold Lake, of Seattle, i ended the season in second place. '3 '7“ 5 0' “an” ~‘,13”’°”5 t in charge of the party, tells US’The dance proceeds will be usedltm’TSf‘Pth at me $05510“ were no that it will take two more months} for equipment for the coming sea-i avaudblc mday‘ ito complete the preliminary surmsnn, vcy of the river, which is the job’ New Year's guests of Mrs. M. Phone 100 for a Journal Want-Ad, lfi'm’ haw" in Ch’llgo- This is the i COUW‘)’ and Mrs. cariCO were: Tell the prospects Where you are} i first step toward a. project of gov- l Mr. and Mrs. Frank Shaw and ,Twim a Journal want-Ad . V Say It WITH FLOWERS They Bring Comfort and Happiness FUNERAL DESIGNS AND was! HOSPITAL BOUQUETS i Delivered anywhere, anytime Travis Floral Shop Shelton Hardware Bldg. Phone 232 270-W s ilk-bosons And Odd Fellows llib ll‘t'ill Hold Joint Installation Harold Meade entertained! Members and friends of the; day evening at her home’ Ruby Rebekahs and Odd Fellows‘, regular meeting of her will gather at the Odd Fellows! Club. There were two Hall on Friday evening, January I contract in play with! 10. at 8 o'clock. A cordial in- bcing won by Mrs. Harryivitation to attend is extended to . Mrs. J, H, Gray andptii ViSiting' Rebekahs and dd arles Walton. Guest of;Fellows. Attending the installa—i fOI‘ the evening was Mrs. 1 tion will be Grand Lodge Offic- S mother, Mrs, Ada Boggs l ers and Rebekah Assembly Offic-‘ me Delicious refresh ’ or“ also C ‘ 'i nmcni flood control which we ' qnn and Mr and Mr; Ernest Com—I A ,,W_.,..,...._ ..,-.-__.._._M__-.-..._.___- ' i i. - .,, ( .s. a) v: g . . . . i. . . !. WM“... . , .. . We served at the close of ficers of 013:;331:n£i&u§:fi:r§12él hope will follow. A local boy, 311- I or of Pliyallup. Mr. and Mrs. W.l mg- 2Donald and Lida Clark as mar--E 'ly James of Eagle Creek, is With 1 .l. Cothary. Roseanne and Jean; shals. Rebekah officers to be installed, include Mrs. Eula Martin, Noble Gland: Mrs. Susie Dobson, Vice Grand: Elizabeth Butler, Secre— gtm‘y; Inez Shorter, Financial Sec- Jrctary; Nellie Nelson, Treasurer. i'l‘iie appointive offices: will alsol lbc filled (hiring the meeting. Re. lfreshments will be serVed by the ; g'l'llup. Shelton, Wash. [ lM'ethodis-et W’nmcn's Group I 0 More Davs ll'lan \Veduesday Meeting ! lids Wednesday, lthe party. The others including Cothary and Mr. W, C. Clohertyl LMr. Lake, have established heod~ of Bremerton. ’ ’qurlrtcrz- at Hoodsport and are; The Kamilche Ladies club metv‘ Jason Anderson of Loiigview;‘Friday in the grange hall for a .Robert Sl‘flltl‘l, Spokane; ‘va. Den— pot—hick dinner, M13, lielen Kebai Illy, draftsman, Portland; Geoflzers acted as hostess. Ham-1v Mmiowiomrpresem Get Your 1941 Nyal Calendar and T c r e i 0 over ci son, . Mar Ga ttc, rs. - S“ V y S c M” y u C Almanac Now. The Supply 15 run' .niiit.. oi LAAL .aliey tic-in the i..cl‘,E|iza, Casey, Mrs. Hazel Barron“ lung lowll .inouth, Mr. Lake states. Weather Mrs. Grace petty, Mrs, Annie: lilZ-‘iS been favorable most of lhclVVhitenrr, Mrs. Erma, RorssM, i What are the two largest countries in South AmeriCa? “in” 9'0 far except on the fogsyiivn-n. Mildred Scott. Mrs. E'vthcr. " which makes surveying lln-IBQjce‘ Mrs_ Vera mm and Mr,” What city do you visit to see the Lib- crty Bell? From New York anet MacRae of New York g at her'home, the Mac- 1 ch, near Dayton. 10. iHclen Kevzers. ; komish school opened again Mrs_ Eliza Casey, Mildred Jane January 6. A long vacation for Fraser and Donald Lewis Fraseil llhc youngsters, as the school was spent New Year's with Mr. and; closed by order of the county Mrs. Damon Lytle and family ii. _, nurse December 19. Flu and Olympia, The Women's Society for Chris- }tian Service will meet on Wednes- day, January 8, at 2 o‘clock p. in, at the Methodist Church. Mrs. .N 1 .Hugh Hamilton, assisted by Mrsl imnqgicq h-m both made thf‘ir a . x . , .- v ~ ‘ ' n r ‘ , , .c... . .. .i . . p—. Ml. and Mrs. Ed Rlchaldno1 oil 0 . a H ‘) lGilsdale Crosby, and Mrs. rLco: lpe' nee. Of course, the chil— Olympia, visited at the wm_ 80,0“; 0. VVth IS a ballCC . Igiggmhawm he “1 (‘nmge 0f the '(ircd didn’t mind the time out, but home Tuesday and Wednesday. 4. \Vhat and where are the Palisades? l to '3 r they (lil'l miss the Chrittmas pl'o-. —-—-—-—————-~ l ,_, . . . . l The topic of the day will be lglam for which they had piflC-‘Ji‘n Forrest DeMolaV l). ‘Nthh 18 larger, United 01 Investmg our Hentagc f 0 r' Home-made jelly was the inspiration for the color of this velveteen “M "" fmnm'ny and “5' at“ ' tendant festivities. “it, out.“ L-ivnlis have had for: SUCStSi MYS- Taylor's Ulster 3m“ Jimmy Forrest was elected mas- .uiotlicr-iil—lnw, Mr. and Mrs. Ellis ter councilor of Mark E. Reed ifrom Dewatto. I Health in the United States.” Mrs :Bernicc Stewart will favor the igroup with a song and Mrs), Rob-l icrt Brumblay will lead the De- .votionals. Hostesses for th e date dress, which is itself an inspiration for swinging out in a jam session. Concord grape, the flavor favorite. inspired the rich purple of this junior fashion number, which has bodice and Sleeves etched with trapunto in grape design. These swing skirted frocks U ‘l f? 5 Master CounCilor New! BiaZil. Where and what is Port-ai—Prince? What song is seldom played or sung in ‘6‘) .‘Q E meeting are Mrs. \V. A. Brodt, Mrs. lE. W. Whaley, and Mrs. W, Bur- ford. a. the sti‘, \Vll am” ickeis fly advanced admission early. 1 :C‘dlpitinl Hill Club {RTE-rating This Thursday i A regular meeting of the Capi- 'tol Hill Club will be held this I Truth Center To Hold Social The Truth Center will hold an- other social following its regular meeting at p. m. on Thursday. also come in jelly shades of cherry, mint, crabappple and kumquat. Dewatto teacher. Union Reports In Circulation icouroe. l Mrs. Marion Deyettc has merit. NIP-.1311” is the chapter of Order of DeMolay at , , Little Barbara the special election meeting held' ,Ellis was With her parents, ofylast night in Masonic Temple. l The little daughter 0‘ MT. and ior councilor, Allan Daniels juniori . . been councior, and George Smith treas- m the Shelton Hospital for treat‘,urer. Other offices are appointive . . , . land will be announced by the new Mrs. Olive Quartier is- slowly master councilor within a, prisons and sanitariums? About how long can a person go with- Clint Williams is the new sen-l out __ “Yater; air? The answers to these and many other inter- esting facts can be found in your 1941 Nyal few as per contract 'th 1m com W1 ‘ '" pany‘ Thursday Januar 9 t A "4 fl , ,y ,a the home All students and 4 reCOVCFmb f 0m 4 bad case 0f (13 s. .. g; :39, tax 1c... total 15¢ iof Mrs. Clarence Saeger. The friends are invited to attend Iflu. In helping to nurse sickl £13m for the installation will be Calendai. ASk for one. , , c. tax 40.... total 24¢ meeting will open with a 1 o’clock 7 Union Muff Union is on i neighbors she contracted the 9101* , laid tonight at a meeting of the luncheon which will he followed by the regular business session. 34c, tax 6c .... .. total 40c I hursd‘ay, Jan. 9 15¢ NITE s‘WING novs FROM "'5 ROAD GANG! gBaby Son Arrives I For Former Sheltmnite z The honor of being the parents .of the first baby of 194] to ar- frive in Lewiston, Idaho goes to IMr. and Mrs. Raymond Gusseck. ’Mrs. Gusseek will be remembered " ‘ o . y R°Qers in “Colorado” {Activeth To Meet Wednesday Evening The Activettcs will hold their regular meeting on Wednesday. lJanuary 8. at 6:30 at the home 20f Mrs. J. L. Replinger. This will Ibo their postponed Christmas par- ity‘and the members are asked to {bring their gifts for exchange. ‘, -. .Mrs. William Dickie was host- M l N Catew 0d were liv ‘ ,t 1 D L 16 Th 1 ion. ‘ s . es” at her home last Thrrsdav' ,‘ ‘3 am "11“ ' . " 1” a ecem ‘o‘r ' me "if 5 Britain ;:e¥;;llld Iglncmg Club afiemoon when She entcr‘éame‘d ing at the garage during the ab-i have preceded the youngstci" in sent. to The Sh Cgula'r Dailce . with a 1:30 dessert luncheon for ' Scnce 0f “1951mm family PM have the Sheedy hOU-‘T‘ChOId arid a male ‘ elton Dancmg Club Will a cottage at Watcrwhecl whereladdjtion is most w¢1c0m9_ lho1d a l'es'ular monthly dance at ' the Memoiial Han on Frida , Two tables of Contract were in, , —*““" ’"""’“‘_"“ i y eve-. l. k A] a: n - ChlldI‘Cll. I , , at liggg'mJgggy 1?. thohedcommit. gozgguggggtfigontemp; ‘32,}: a. aimed a 1 Lake To Surround , ,. C 0 IS 31100 in- . ‘ - E . tri t) Kansas and way oints D iCIUdC-v. Dr. and Mrs. B. N. Col-ire?1C0 Rune“ and Mrs" vals Bu“ Frigiay‘ evening, and report very 0 l lhcri Chairrren Vlr d M w. ErerguSOn Hindi“: an i... A. J. am ‘ es wa] mi‘d-‘i- , l Olympia, Dec. 31, The ..tate ' ' d agitate trugs. fuinl- ) to“. lnaptist Ladies Andrew Lyman had the misfor- moved a. Stop nearer having a finial;me 1 t e exceeded iW-CJ‘ IJ Meetl MK)“ng \Ved‘nesday ,mm) “f “mug firm“ a mad" Fist . fresh-water lake surrounding "the l , 5. Wm damn a: . . . .Hfild ha“ .,:..ng The Baptist Ladies will hold a week and breaking a leg. Flankica‘pitol group when it paid Ma_ ‘ EACH“; , y possession. Friday . . a “ir- -d him " ll ‘nd t ok i. - ‘ _ a] vain, i T ere W, ,- regular busmess meetinn‘ on Wed- CO‘Hm "A" . La ‘1 . 0 SOn County Logging (70.. $12 795 evening 1. Year. . or iron [the WCTCFG Sixteen members of nesday January 8 at p m in him [0 “10 llllspltm Whom h“; 19g today for .24 city blocks of tide- “CC pro, . BE .i lular present at the 1.6.12" the church parlors. The. after— was put in 3‘ mat 1.“ is. home lands near the Clipiml. room a m RLOUIZE your [was heldl 0f.the group which noon will be spent (101m. Whip DOW an“ Misgncbcrt 590‘] ‘5 tak' Ultimately the state capitol . 3" etc» MW b65070 got Mrs. was; Fr‘day at the hnmf‘ Crops work‘ ‘0 M in?! Cm“? 0‘: mm _ , committee expects.1 to acauire all ' *~ WEN": Mi‘vff‘“ ‘5 51)”de the tidcflats‘ south of the Feurth . x e d . S induct ed imaged. Our servmo [potluck lunehe b “ w lowing erases“ .f‘l: . rec"l;:r°zloa:' a 3 Presl' ‘bo ‘an Was held P] i i .: m'e MWlnzr Club Meeting 23‘“ ’1,.‘ fffil'Lj-V . "i there to impound fresh water from gretaryxc in It now. at this, “nucm‘ ansr/weie made Mmrlbm,n of “mavtiplw. A‘m".,i)li,ritiy (Jill) nevi-n imniaqduiinf,‘the Degchutes 1.,vm._ Such a, iedrick, lhe heir] on Jam”) Him“ 39419 to, iliary sewing: club will meet at ' “m 113"???" , MI; imd MN" lid” lake would eliminate the present , , “khii” ' on Count Steanl 'n I 10' 5the home of Mrs Martin Smith rm l‘i-V ."‘C.’ri(’7‘ “mm: '1 fmm ("fl'fl tidoflnts which beenme unsightly I 310m 1 ,y ridge (‘luh Hom‘“ IFi-irlay at 11 a. m. for a l‘r'!*l,ll.’l.l“ “um” Jami”. mm“ ."m‘. New 10‘1"" and microns when the tide is -.. ~ a on n -‘ m .. . 1y / eanblh i Mn; R , g , . ' , ovvr the llnllil’i-YS. was o. very pzp- i . . -,,_‘- . «‘ guy)de ta.“ oland gel-hm,” onto,“ i .1, H, ,H mm 1.1,“, ,ml. Land (/Ol‘anll. IOIK‘l Albert C. ,, thp cm lc‘éellfd at he, home mi Mommv Mrs. VV- 1). Austin u ll‘ {Vullllh m": lath-[f] “'L'o 'l. (r Martin. secretary of the commit- ‘ lady fr of Film? f‘,” the regular meeting “Mill‘s To Bridge Club ,r Kim}, ("He'l’f'j'w {H2};V.fl'y() tee, said only a. few tracts of tidc- . lrne its * two brldgc club. There were Mrs' W' D‘ Alisa“ W35 “Vivid! ‘1, f‘b’ fyCOlZm 4,... N.:nm.1‘('.hmr:’ flat at the south end of the bay weekly “OWN-dbl“ of cards in play, ml; to members of her regular bridge $1015.81 3-3,. pl‘,"mfl" ma ,f‘ “b, lnear Tumwatcr remain to be ac- . ng aft, irons”! by the sewing of 'd’amty club when they met at her home {i1 w.1 Um frfimg, "to ‘thc‘i qilircd. y lCh as”: l..vo,,,""m°"i8- Honors for the last Thursday for a 12:30 lunch-H1}?C {‘3 F130 05.}; g," , m,n,n,,,‘, v ---——~———~——~ meetm’ lnickq‘m Were Won by Mrs Fred eon which was followed by two» timm': in!” ,;.,‘|Y,’X,‘;")hnr(“ (183:! . . l l p. Mrs 151(11)qu Ne“ Mcphcé and tables of auction. Honors for thei lizifiénfi‘lf‘fa 111';d.,’:vng 56”,“ by; I . ’ lam Noblett. ,Cvcmng‘ were won by Mrs, Frank: “,8 “pier.ng host, one,» which the; ' . mlOFFICIALr PunitIChfionfm‘ Eport of FinanCial Condition I, 1 OF THE , ASON COUNTY SAVINGS lRS ASSOCIATION at ' hclton, State of Washington, at the 010% of 1 , iusmess on 1 ‘ . 'Bedell. A re l'.‘ o' r ' « ' ‘ ( , gu d1 metmg of the . « CCASIO {group was held last Friday after— i M1 8‘ Retul “S where “to H RESOURCES lilioonat the home of Mrs. James T0 County SChODl ‘ " I‘St -v ' * arrison where a delicious l ‘ . ‘ - l ' . ' ' in molt a,c loans, includ g . “Hm I , . ' T, - ' n :gsraDCg etc _________________________ “Tsnidvdnbe I01‘ ‘90“ W3? enjoyed and the afternocnl Mrs, Velma, Baldwin, secretary; LQOk OVCI. the new 11311108 bullt In the (113 0th St. ate 831 books of this association --------------- $173,;gggg Spent SCWing. to County School 39mm ltE. Mar- trlct during 1940. l\ote the homes sold .ll112-Wv'giggeralofigggtfgghlgglxglllsuddvanccs ...... .. " 4.364102 fillies 01:? t 3;; $5,335.35 tigetisafiifzg during last year and the resale values of . e and . . """""""""""" -« 1,800.00 4. 3*" 1 09 - l"nation of va t‘ n1 ' ’ ' int municipal bonds .......................... __ p l .h . ., a, ,. due to a com 11, Ca 10 . . ,7 . barges, receivable on and warrants- 39,9.335 magma Ziggy Elfgtigiélsfiblrdl: twin! and MESS MW, forced he, to piopmt) in the distiict. "is" ‘ v e amian in banks ............................................ N 51 on Wednesday afternoén’ bed her vacuum was endmg' i pOsit in’fiufies ----- ~- "again 8. at 1:45 p. m.. in the Odd rep "_ T “M” ' "“"'””‘| Investigate the advantages of location “‘1‘ --------------------------------------------------------------- ._ 5,000.00 lows Hall. Entertains Friday 1 . , , . . . , OTAL -._-- . T L0 B ,‘——~ !IEOno:ing Motlier g VlCVv, public scrv1ce, sheets and conven- -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- “32r3 r, 0 “Vi 03?- l Mrs. Lon Heize r entertained at‘ ' a I l . BILITIES ‘ ,84‘) 655 Mrs’ Fannm M- Smith 0f HOOdS- her home on Fifidny liftclnoon‘ ICUCC t0 80110018 and 13118111083. 7 ngl‘eholoeis" iiivestlliii‘lr‘lts) s2 4 7 2 Eggcdeftctigay by item for Long! With a 12:30 luncmm and after- .' To“ ' ‘ """""""""""""""""""""""""""""" 5,51 .6 ’11 01:1113 0 Spend sev- noon of mm 'c in honor of her m , “t r 0“ Fer“ estate 801d -------------------------------------------- - 162.13 cral months waiting with friend... moth“, Mrs? Hams Hannah of lake advantage of the “ml. Federal insurance reserve, profits ........................................................... .. e 18 675.90 x""93 for depreciation of assets 490-00. . lwere Mrs. Martha Mason, Mrs! TAL tea“? )iv‘ M' .Eumtt and daugh‘ Clara, Getty, Mrs, Ed Baricckman, , Waging: ............................................................................ ..$273,845.65_F .d ea) W610 In Seattle lat'liMrs Marguerite Chapman, Mrs, per ton “Ston. ) f in ay and saturday at Whicthol .Gustat'asen Mrs. Mary Pugh | j of M3 ) 55- lame they attended the comm“ Mrs Franl: Behnett, Mrs. Walteri per ton son ) igneetmg be-mg held in that City Austin Miss Marion McEwrn and ALD l y the Natwnal secretary or the' the. hostess and honor guest. - solemEN C~ BAYLEY, Secretaryof the abovo named associa~ ‘ my swear that the foregomg statement is true to the °Wledge and belief. ALDEN C. BAYLEY, Secretary. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 2nd day of January. 1-941. \. urnv 4'0\ or voun INVESYMENV PHIL C. BAYLEY, Notarv Public, in and for the State .of Washington, reSid— ing at Shelton. (SEAL) Correct Attest: DENNIS z. DRISKEL, V. T. CONNOLLY, 1“- H. DIEHL, Directors and Mrs. Char-' . Welfare Club , To Elect Officers The General Welfare Club will hold the election of officers which was postponed at their last meet- ing this Saturday, January 11 at 8 o'clock at the Memorial Hall; Refreshments and entertainment will be a feature of the evening. , January 9. l American Legion Auxiliary will be held on Tuesday, January 7 in , the Memorial Hall at p. m. Jan- :uary is Legislative month. Re- freshments will be served by the Auxiliary. , Entertains For Double H Club members of the Double H Club. ,nett. Galloping Goose was lby Mrs. E. B. Sutton. Vt'Ol’] Pierce and Mrs. Lou Herzcg.‘ ,Guei't of the club was Mrs. Fae‘ 1 Miller. illomemaking Committee 5T0 Meet Friday i , The next regular meeting oli lthc Moose Homemaking commit-l tce will be held on Friday after-l lunch at the home of Mrs. F. 'G.’ iAttomi Council Meeting Held In Seattle ‘ ‘ National Youth Temperance Coun- Eell from Evanston, Illinois, [Mrs-i. Minnie Myers I lTO Be Hostell To Club 1 The Neighbors of Vi’oodcraft will ,hold a regular meeting on Thurs- iday evening, ‘ io’lcloek at the home of Mrs. Min- nie Myers. Triple “T” Club ,Mfleeting F ridin , A regular meeting of the Triple iwith a smile. ' two children, .VViona and Brenda: January 9 at 8? served following the regular busi- ; ness meeting. ness herself. the map agam after havmg hadl The Herman Aherns enjoyed a‘ its share of flu and Christmas: rush. Some dashed away for the, . ~ . y . ,. , gRulcy Parent (bstherAhernJ The hOlldd)S and others. enteitain(.d,.,Pamnts live at Medina. but the community in genera“ Mro J. A. Edmistcn has movedl seemed to welcome the New Ycar: to Shelton. Really doesn’t seem lri ‘1‘. She had lived ' 1- On Saturday, December 28th,‘-le§r,A 20,. about 30 year: the va Miss Rita McHenry and Ira L.| have a little home on the proper-l him_ He Voined the Arm to sen, ty of her Parents- MK Morse mi his counter, stationed it For: stationed at Fort Lew15. The en- Lewisg4he wind blew a comer of tire community wishes the young, the bamacks down and caught CO’lPlC sue-(3053 and happln95‘3~ I young Harry for a severe hip in- Mrs‘. Ray Gatcwood was rush-‘ jury. How serious is not yet ed to the Shelton Hospital Fri-{known His condition is reported day, December 27th, where a few 1 an not too good. hours later her son was born. The Jack Sheedys have 21 boyz He . has been named Lce Raymond. . He was born at the Shelton Hos- they now reside with their twoi I . fine trip of good wealhcv and goid } group lingered on conversing and singing. Mr. and Mrs. Francm1 Butler and ; Serve in Canada Joyce were here for the holidays and took Mrs. Mollie Butler back with them last Wednesday for a' two weeks' visit. 1 H.___._ Adrian, Washington. Those present for the afternoon Townsend Club No. 3 liiieeting To Be Saturday Townsend Club No, 3 will meet[ at the Labor Temple on Saturday, evening, January 11, at 8 o’clock. Keno will be in play and lunch‘ Debs from Canada’s society world are “serving” their coun- try, and with a double meaning. Jill German, above, is one of many society girls serving as waitresses in the Red Cross Tea Hood Canal Woman’s Club Plan Thursday lVleeting The Hood Canal Woman's Club will hold their first session of the l l VT" will be held on Friday, Jan- uary 10, at the. home of Mrs. H. Enzo Loop at the regular limo Room in Ottawa, popular ren— dezvous for men in the fighting forces. new year at the Hoodsport Club Rooms on Thursday, January 3, beginning :11 H :l, “L ‘weekend Vis'it from M“ and Mrs' DeMolay will be held next Monday >ba.by daughter born at Shelton l chapter's advisory council. The next regular meeting of the evening. unu 5m nlclmno LORENBERG, Prop. H! Um GIRL BORN FRIDAY Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Spiller of Shelton became parents of a HE lin-m.»« ‘rlfl l‘illing l’riweripiinn» is llii- Sin-l lllll‘lu’ld ll idli I , .n . . ,. 7‘ Mrs. M S t ’. or ' l JACK HOLT ‘as the former pauline Clark of gaingeneral pubh“ mwu’d to Morse were married in Sheltondniém 111631133; lizsgftzie HOSpltal Fnday' _____._———-————-———¥ in F u G I fl V E this city, who was for many years ' 1 Mrs. Morse is we“ know“ £19m; she had been for several days i “- J ui—IWW ~'_—' ——_"_l mu” I FROM A . . a Violin instructor here. The ~ . , haVing Spent “1053 Of her 11 0,1n‘suiferino- fro an acut '1 A, ,i PR Ilsa" CAM p, l baby, a son, checked in at 101.4.) A‘nmau i this ViCinitY- She was a 59mm The iriany fri'liends of Plearilynlg‘dlyt. i ' ' x . k t L o . ,pounds. The regular meeting of the in the Shelton nigh school. They} ette, Jr” are sympathlzmg “nth Are You Planning To Build A New Home In 1941 Where Special Inducements are Offered During January and February to Prospective Buyers SPECIAL DISCOUNT of on'ihc usual prices on any location, im- proved or unimproved, or on acreage. Sec II. G. ANGLE Angle Building a. ..g...