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Jaguars? 2&1941- M- - - .. A".-. .,... l PHONE 100 \ ._hrw_ vill ente hbors . I. (zardeii (Jluh Has L110 51” 3" Meet lBusy Meeting 1 Neighbors ' ' met at the The Shelton G'irde h (. l’l club met on Ella ifall Bee on Mt. i Monday afternoon at the Memor- l ursda , . . L0, ,y a1 5’. January 16, i ial Hall With a very large attend; shonxéiting, and mis- , ance. The club treasurer report- ‘ m Star in honor of ‘l ed that the group now had $238.58 1‘. whose home on hand toward their $800.00 goal is ~ - Games 8 C ‘ C a C t he alxlount . bu,“ d W I Will ll 11 S be 11 SC as. i. “(A lg the evelllng fOHOW' i needed t) Colllpleto the 113.11! Odd .9er11 v g of delic1ous re- l Avenue beautification project. . Plans are underway for a tea ‘ rl bridge party to be held about February 22, however the exact :: the meeting were:' “Z S and nineteen mom-hm nex i t meeting of theydatc and plans will be announced i be Menhgl‘cilalonHFebruaryllater. A notice from the Hood , all. All , Canal Woman's club was read, an- 9 re uest i . q ed to be pres' nouncmg that the canal club, me ' I etmg beginning at;would be mentioned on KJR by ‘ lCccil Solly during his broadcast . Auxiliary Ilat 1:15 on Thursday, January 30. Red Cross w jAn announcement was also made :OODS of the A‘me {Wk of the National Flower and Gar- DRICEsli rlcan Le- den Show which will be held in ary met lag F Cross rooms twitlilciiii seame from Mamh 23 to 30' Tues— ¢ day March 2' l <- o " T regent. Th , o 13... been deswned SPOR " sorting e afternoon ! as Seattle. Olympia and Northzvest . Washington day. A rhododendron ltour has also been scheduled for {May 18. ‘~ Mrs. Herbert Drew of Olympia gave a very interesting talk on l RR Sis l I E L ‘é‘éContinuous Color In Your Gar- '. , , en," and a brief talk on rho- ;A ldodendrons was given by Mrs. w: ' i and stringing George Drake. I lThe winners of the various dis- . -pays of flower arrangement . ' s . VERY OCCASION iwhich were brought to the meet- va Vered rim/Where ling were announced as follows: orable mention was awarded Mr" ‘ a . . s. ‘ R i J. F. Stotsbury for Primroses, Mrs. A IGeorge Drake for Winter Pansies .1 land Mrs. Herb Angle for an in- —0uth 10th St, rmal U ' l HEATRE door dish garden. Honorable men- Call 112-w .. helt itmn was also given for Camelias ou now ,. on. Wash. Cropper won first on quality and first on arrangement. Mrs. Ed [ and quality of pussy willows. Hon-, lgrown by Mrs. Govey on quality and Mrs, Collier on arrangement ,Daphne grown by Mrs. Govey and m’; Bu]: I 1 Winter Roses vrown I. a do“ rsday Only! lvey. all of which wagybrgiilg‘itGgo . E the meeting by Mrs. Drake. Judges .‘ ‘ 21 Munro son in: lwere MTS- Louis Van Arsdalc Mrs _amber< Luigi: H ~ V M. Danielson and Mrs. 'L one us f, two GIRLS l “1“ ' \ l ‘/i.', :U Enfggeénent Announced er een papers this week |ried an announcement of the Ciri- ’ gagement of Miss Barbara. Flower daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd |E. Flower of Aberdeen, and How- ;{rd Oakland. Jr. «on of Mr ; rs. Howard Oakland of Ho ' u1 ‘ Howard Oakland, Jr., is the iii 21:» I Columbfltlule "and city. National Servii'r Ira . ,. .. igue [To Hold Thursday Meeting The next meeting in Shelton Motor Corps will be on I’W’C‘nlng in the courtroom of th . 1 ~ e couithousc, beginning at 7:30 p m. All women interested are '4 m r-i ' rd :6 i-d meeting as several prominent Speakers are scheduled to appear. Say It WITH FLOWERS l l I They Bring Comfort l l l l i and Happiness FUNERAL DESIGNS AND HOSPITAL BOUQUETS Delivered anywhere, anytime Travis Floral Shop V Shelton Hardware Bldg. , Phone 232 2'70~w ‘ Ian? us 1 D lilo'I'WBARGAIIlS ‘February 12, will be Mrs. RobertI ' . Nutt. ‘ a Miss These FINAL JANUARY ,) Item i Bargainst . Earlylieduced to a Money savmg Price. ; ' PAI ; RK PANTS : GALOS-HES is . 1 t 51298 32 and 36 6') O1 ‘60. ’U 33 Ho "1 Childrens' White RAIN COATS $1.00 ea Sizes 10 and 12 4 PAIR oIQLYmN-“_H BOYS FLANNEL PAJAMAS 50¢ pair _... 16 PAIR ONLY; . CHILDRENS’ FLANNEL . PAJAMAS 50¢ pair St . Reduced! I Broken sizes LIMITED QUANTITY a, ‘ses / Cotton Batts L 49¢ ea. ' Quilted i LADlES! LADIES? 1 54 inch WOOL SUITIN 'REDUCED! Now_ 98¢ yd. 5 Patterns NEY'S i’Rirthday Party lbirthday of her son Jackie. The, l the serving of refreshments. -were used for decoration:- and al-‘ lJaSmine display by Mrs. George' one by Mrs, Phil Fredson won' Faubert won first on arrangement r |son of Mrs. Helen Forrest of this , Mrs. Ira Yule, Mrs. Alma White, i enter} gardeners are invited to at- Of the National Service Leaguel the honored guests Mr. and Mrs. Thursday .Roy Coble who are in Alaska. l cordially invited to attend this __. l delicious chicken dinner anchand Hrs, Harold E1115, It was SHELTONMASQF -Coum JOURNAL. Future Program Occupies Canal irrii‘i‘éo flint??? $33 $123.? ‘ WOmeH’S ScSSIOn‘ gathered at the Jensen home for1 By JESS”: M_ ANDERSON i Publicity Chairman ' Ice cream and cake were served1 Hoodspmvt, Jan- . T h g from a lace covered table centcr- , Hood 03,1131 womanig Club drew 0d With yellow S'pl‘ing flower-5' 0“ , a nice number in attendance from a mirror- The Cake carried Ont the membership and several visit-‘ the same color scheme, with the on; for their 585 ion at the Club candles being in the shape of min— rooms at Hoodsporty Thursday, mime boys and gil'ls- The business session was largely The honored guest was seatcdltaken up with matters dealing- 0“ a yellow and White throne and ' with arrangements concerning fu—, wore a crown during the open- tum programs for the Spring 0; "‘3 0f hm many lovely Presents considerable interest l’,‘ the Libiary‘ Those Present for the 0963310“ the club has founded and spon- Were Lucme JOhnSv Ginger D0613 soring for the Canal community, Marilyn DOtsonv RiChal‘d DQt-‘3(”'1v,Vi/liicli received some nice dona-~ RUSS“! TWOhyi RObel'ta Gmum: tions Thursday from some of the Margaret waltonn Larry MCGim‘Aisyi members. The importance of de— Donna DrebiS‘v BObbie Stl’Obenciding upon a name for it will Lenora D kill an“ the h(moribc voted upon at the next sea-i guest Jae Jensen sion, with Mrs. Jessie Read, club , , librarian, receiving suggested ti-l W- “1' Ohm Meets ltles, in the meantime. At Mrs. Ethel Smile Given Saturday Mrs, John Jensen entertained on Saturday in honor of the eighth A delicious lunch was served atl The W. W, Club met a the .. ‘ home of Mrs. Ethel Soule gm, agnoon by Mrs. Lunt, Mrs. Goodpas-i 12.30 potluck dinner on Thurs_lter and Mrs. Hannah Anderscn.‘ ' ‘As usual, the afternoon program; day' January 23' PussyWillows'was opened by “Women in the: .. . . , . News" with Mrs. Linscott con-l so formed .he center piece foi tneltributing a poem She read fmmi l . A e r ' ~ . . , E32; was vugzdnz‘geldfiggl dgfrelfgéi one of her favorite authors, ‘Thcl . . DriJLin By.” For I hostess prize which went to Mrsi Clouds GO. . .g . l Ila Chase. A short business meet- : film‘aggfiizfigé’ }}3£1tlr;eny§;g l ing followed the dinner at whichl A - lMeyers, who holds the responSIbic time it was dec1ded to hold a card I position of “coprcsidcnt of Gab party on Friday evening, January! era] Foods 31 at 8 p. m. at the Soule resi-i Consumer-Buyer problems were, dence at 705 cedar Street‘ Those. the feature of the round-table dis— present for the dinner were as. . . follows: Mrs. Mary Dillion, MissicumIon for the aft'emoon’ Wlth‘ May Harrison, Miss Bessie War— i fig; lgggdguggyafgfrigeepfagfiifii V ifggrilzlor: 35:81L3351’H35gt' E11123; 1 men’s Mercantile of Shelton. The? ~ . lub members enjoyed Mrs Le-‘ ViVian McGinnis Mrs. Ida Chase“c . . Master’s descriptions of her trips and the homesj Mrs' SOUle‘ lto the wholesale houses and just Eastern Star Card Party I ihow her buying is done. She wasl Scheduled Friday Night ivory helpful in her discussion of Card players who enjoy bridge, 3 what standard brands and label- pinochle or Chinese checkers are‘ mgs ShOUId mean to Mrs; C?”- invited to attend the public party sum"; She gave Splendid in- being sponsored in the Colonial ,Strucuon regardmg buymg quallty House this coming Friday evening In blankets. SheetS. towelsi Pl'mts by the Order of Eastern Star ofvand l‘ayons. But. she touched ev-l Shelton. er'y woman's heart when shel Play starts at eight o'clock went into detail on silk stockings‘. a streamli'ned contour. l l with prizes for each table. Play- —the greatest concern and great- ers are requested to bring then-lest expense of every woman. owu table service, Reservations Mrs. LeMaster was warmly may be made by telephoning 116,, greeted by old time friends 'in J, or 268-W. ithe club and claimed to be quite one of use on the Canal, as her Saturday Party residence dates back to pioneer Honors Anniversary |days when her parents brought Mrs. Mary Pugh was hostess her as an infant to Hoodsport. on Saturday evening"~to amum— Word has been received from her of friends in honor of thcrer. Cecil Solly, editor of North— tenth wedding anniversary of Mr. ’Wcst Gardens, and Station KJR’s and Mrs. Roy Lanning. Those daily program of Solly on the‘ gathering for the occasion were Air, that he will acldress’hio‘lrlfi Mr. and Mrs. John Yurman and l P- m. program Thursday, January Arlyn. Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Pack- 30th. to the Hood Canal Garden ardi Mr. and Mrs. Will Griggs, Club. This happens to be a regui Mrs. Mary Griggs, Mr. and Mrs. 181‘ session day of the Garden Arthur Hulbert and Jack Mar-,Club which is meeting at the "081 “00“ 1mmdc "ll ailld d0“l'l], lhvrsirsel. ‘ HF (‘03 . 1 home of MrS. H. R. Dickinson at Hoodsport at one o'clock. Inter- shall, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Gardner, Mrs. Harriett Bruce, Mr. and "N W. a” s,__.< hp. . Skokomi ihVallefiy 1 Oscar Wilkie, Mrs. McLaughlin, tend this meeting and Mr. Solly Mr. and Mrs. George McCrcai'y, invites all interested gardeners Lanning and Mrs. Pugh, who was i R, 2. Thursday, January 30, acting hostess for Mr. and Mrs. 1. m. Migrating Birds 1 By Jean Todd Fredson l Lake Isabella‘oiii‘ii" i ' “0..., Reg“... iDimes To March The Lake Isabella club h c l d ports seeing a. Wedge nf geese. fly“ ing north and wonders if Winter! is over. Here in the Valley, the birds haven't seemed to realize that we were having winter. Ro- bins and flickers which usually’ migrate, have stayed this year The blue birds were back early‘in: January--—an observer near the, on Lake Isabella; Wednesday, Jan- ' uary 22, with twenty membersl two guests Mrs. Walter Magoonl .__... and Mrs. K. V. Collins and eight Kamilche, Jan. 27. M Progress Juniors present. ' Grange met Thursday evening and The feature of the meeting was took in two new members, Mr. sped“ Wild biaCkbCTry Pie Wthh planned to hold a card party in U Dom Troop 25 Returns Regarded as one of the major advances of the automobile industry, concealed safety steps replace the old-fashioned run- ning boards on all 1941 Chevrolet models. Here, Charles Michell shows at left how a person “walks in and out” of the car on a dry step. At right, the door conceals the step and creates “I've-spent a perfectlyfiiiiismhle (lily watching the lady in her llC\\"..r>/ ’ Olympia Pioneer .in Mason County to listen in. ~ .__ _ s.— -4 . ao—zr.--___...i Olympia; Jag..~'2.li, * William Dickgeiserf'fikr‘dicd at St. Peter's Hospital Thursday, Dickg’eiser ' ‘was ' Germany, [October 3, ‘1856. came,~.~;f.to this country What} smallboy and has lived in Olym— pia for" nearly 50 years. Surviving are thers, Peter and Joe Dickg and two half sisters, Mrs. Fred; Birchler of Olympia and MlSSl Ro'se Dickgciser, morning. Mr. boi n half bro- two ciser. Honolulu. ,iii the recent membership drive. , Hostssses were Mrs. B. C. Combs. . At Olympia Installation i “x , at the Bayshore school in Masonl iMalc Voices ‘ [Needed For Cantata l ‘a’efieeded for the Easter Cantata a. rou of Grand Officers of the. ' l which is: to be given in Shelton Orger Sf Rainbow, is spending this Important Of all feeds , . week. The first week Visiting Rainbow Assemblies. meeting for tryouts has been slated . at Montesano, Hoquiam, Aberdeen h_ ' February 13, in thel and Raymond. Miss Miller isi yoim" C, {1d, and l? ShOUId form the at the senior high grand orator. Among the othersi chief mt‘cle 0f dlet for the Older Mr. Hallgrimson urges all attending are Dorothy Hill of} , ,. . Port Townsend, grand worthy adJ 9d ammum‘ Place in .thc American l ‘St Grove ,- ', during the Easter . l for Friday, ,_ l school. ' sacred 'work. was furnished by the losing side Mrs. Lestier Huntington, MILL‘ l Robert Nutt, Mrs. Carl Rains, Mrs iGeorgc Stoner, Mrs. Walter Wey- supper. Admission will be a land and Mrs, Lydia Wolf. I Mrs, B. C. Combs who is leav- ing soon for her new home iii Chehalis, was presented with a lovely gift by the club. Mrs. Bert Rau was appointed a" the now‘ chairman of the South American Goodwill Tour. The penny prize, a lovely dish, was won by Mrs. Loris Johnson. Hostess for the next meeting, Membership Drlvc- ' l Closes February 4 : Mrs. E. A. Duyff, president of. 'the Shelton Women's Chorus. (1n- nounces the closing of the mem- bership drive will be next Tues-I day evening, February 4. All‘ those interested in partaking in the Spring concert and Easter Cantata must join now. Meetingsi ,are held every Tuesday evening} at 7230 p. m. in the music rooni‘ of the senior high school, with[ the entrance on Birch street (ati 5the back of the building) being, used. ,, Sheltouitcs i Thursday evening, twenty—one members of Laurel Court, Order Of the Amaranth, journeyed to 'Olb’mpia to attend the Installa-x tion Ceremonies of Capital Court, Mrs. Emma Layton, who teaches COUUW. was installed as the new ‘1'0y31 matron. Those attendingi from here were: Mr. and Mrs. M. lie Cleveland, Ella McCulloch, l‘a Dufficld, Martha. Jacobs, Edna Batstoney Bertha Grisdale, Inez Afdcm. Mac Lusk, Mae Winiecki, Marguerite Ferwcrda, Winifred TOZiCT. Ethel Stoy, Helen Forrest, Ida Kirkland and Ida Loughnan. iMli Zimth acted as musician for i the 'Cvcnmg’s ceremonies, l lstallation ceremonies and Mrs. , [Loughnan acted as crown bearer , ‘for the crowning ceremonies. Ferwerda, accompanied by Mrs~ VViniecki, was soloist for the in- ‘_ A large number of male voices I music room church choirs to cooperate in this the hall Friday, January Blst, f0! the “March of Dimes” paralysis fund. There will be several kinds of card games and Chinese check- ers, with prizes and a pot-luclr dime. All money taken in wil be turned over to the Shelton chairman. The small son of Mr, and Mrs Lester Baker had a narrow es- cape Saturday when he drank Water Wheel reports that, flocks; of blue birds often winterlirn the: fir thickets in that vicinity. A 3 Fred Ferris, our new. county' commissioner, is deviating his time to leaining aliiabo'ut his] new Office. He has retained Mm .Smart as road I ,-, and has, given Ed Aliei-n’44'.,lifc job of run-I lll‘lg’ the grader," vreplacmg Leon-g 3rd Hawk. - inc Holman Ahcrns spent the - Skokomish Valley, Jan 27. ~-—l l I i Y . . . a regular meeting at Maple Beachi 4 N ‘The Ha'rStme Co’respondent m l small bottle of after-shave laugh , , u ' ‘ weekend at Q1Vl.,ci.liioo, Viniting ieir He was qmte 11‘1 for a while” daughter, Rulcy Parent. The State Bridge crew are park-I T0,. aid-555' march of dimes in ed in the Munson Auto Camp while engaged in re-buildin thel ,. i . .‘ . . bridge on the McCleary roadg. ’MS' Sxokbmwh Grange I: glvmg .Shirley Bender has been quite-16V saloolhouse on the‘evening of Sick all week‘ Friday, January 31. Pinochle and MI" and Mrs' Howard Fun” fwe hundred will be in play; also and famuy have moved to SCh‘. Cnincse checkers. Twenty five neldcrvs Prame' loents only, for an evening's en- . J-tcrtaimncnt and a boost 101‘ a Palms From swamps ‘ most worthy cause. TO MOVE“ Palms for Palm 5119- Mrs. J. W. Brockshink of Brock- day men cruise the SWamps of Flor. ‘ dale, had for her guest last week, ida for months gathering the ,buds incr mistir-in-law. Mrs. Charlies of the cabbage palmetto. [Brockshink of Presser. The two —-———-~H__ lladies had tea Friday afternoon, with Mrs. Jean Frcdson at the \Vatsou-Whitcnker Ipitcher Post- wcdding Performed .' 1 Mrs. Robert C. Johnson was a The home of Mr. and Mrs. James Tacoma visitor last Wednesday Watson was the setting SaturdaYi and Thursday, shopping and Vis..- evening for the 9:30 wedding ofl-mg- their daughter Betty. and Clifford} The Grange players have been Wliiteaker, son of Mr. and Mrsidelayea in getting wwnat Happen- J. C. Whiteaker of Kalama. The: ed to .Unmen ready for produai wedding vows were read» by the‘tion, Illness prev”,th the di. Reverend Maxme Roberts of : rector, Mrs. Frank Robinson. 5,0,1, Portland. f ‘l n y M n A d lcari~ying on. .A new director, Mrs. Mano“ O “‘“nf’l “as rm ,U "Fred 1‘ erris, is now. in.cha.ge and r9y TTOUtma‘Lgfitgsh‘i’fcéfiz blgdeogrehearsals are again in progress. fife-art Iglfanuvlveasgréom 1‘, TO-l Rep. Chas. salvage and. Following the ceremony a deliiéiiiio “$33.. $123? 133;. licious luncheon was served andl01ympia. While Chas, sits in C. Zinthco. Mr. and Mrs, C. M. the group the“ attended the Pres" with the law-makers, his w i f c Dar11015011, and the Mesdames 01- Gem's Bli'thday Banv Where aWw'iaugments the family income by ding mamh “’35 Played and the‘clomg secretarial work. Mrs. Sav- :Ethel Flatner, Lydia Towers, Ve- neryWCd COUP‘C danced to it- (age has almost fully recovered Guest“ in attendance at theifrom the injuric: she sustained wedding included Mrs. Mary Stall- last summer m an automobile Lc_ ings of Portland: Mr. and Mrs, J. cident when mun,an from a C. Whiteaker of Kalama; _Mrs,‘..we Want Peace" (1ch on the Bill Whiteakcr of Kelso; Mr, and nation’s Capitol’ _ Mrs. Vivian Morgan, Orville Trout-g Little six_year_om Billy Latzel man of Hoqma'm; Mr' and Mrs-l Who was stricken with a mild at- Mrs. Ch“? TingStead’ BC“ Sirenv Rus'ltack 0f infantile paralysis three sell Rickard, Merlcn Ric-.kard,,m0nms ago], now has the can lPhil KnelP- Roy Tingi’tcad' Ml'S-zremovcd from her leg and will, Vivian Bingham. Miss Harriet; doctors think, make a perfect my Watson. Mr. and Mrs. James. Wat! or son and the wedding party- 00V y Gram! Office” ' l Milk Most important Visiting In Harbor 5 . Dr. James S. McLester. authori‘v Miss Juanita Miller, along with‘ on diet, says: “Milk is the most It is indis- pensable to the infant, it is essential to the Proper development of the visor, and Daddy swiping dietary." l l the fighf’against infantile paraly-i a. card,party at the Middle Val-- we lull Box-Glider Bracing child. Milk has never been accord- ‘ Favor; Troop )2 Skating Guests nv EAR—l; simuan Troop 2-5 Scoutmastcr On January lHih, Tim-p 12 in- vitcd Troop 25 to accompany them on a skating trip to Olvmpia Ice Arena, It seems a swell time was ‘had by all and last Saturday, a! Journal want.Ads_ph°ne 100 'wcek later, Troop 25 returned the favor. Three cars were re- quired to carry the 15 Scouts who could go. Having: nearly an hour to wait until skating began at 10 a. m.l their accompanying scoutmaster,‘ Earl Sheldon. took them to the, top of the Capitol Building. 12,l ‘ o'clock came all too soon, and everyone had surely enjoyed the ‘two hours of skating. Agate Hunt Early Sunday morning, five 1 members of Troop 25, accompan- ied by their neoutmastcr, drove ‘to the Newwaukum River belowI Chehalis on an agate hunt. They ,found not as many as was ex-‘ \oected. Around 15 pounds were- brought back (after “culling” them) and several were nice ones. 3021 the way home they were shown through the fine Scout. lcabin at Chehalis by the caretak— lcr and again saw the surround- ,ing country and Mount Rainier i from the top of the State Capitol about sunset. In the near fu- ture. other scouts of Troop 25 ,will have a chance to go on the some trip, Those participatingI Sunday were. Clinton Sullivan, Robert Rose, Gordon Smith, John Eliason and Earl Sheldon, scout- master. (Note): It is well to remem- ber when we are at the top of the Capitol in Olympia that the building is only 12 feet higher than Cushman Dam (No. 1) and r not much over half as high as Grand Coulee, but it does give you “room with a view.”vE. S. Page Three lPickering Party Due Friday at Grant School ‘1 _.___. Pickering, Jan. 27. The comv 'munity of Pickering is invited to ,a party at the schoolhouse on lFriday, January 31 at 7:30. : An interesting program is be- , ing arranged and it is hoped there 9will be a good attendance. Pot- luck lunch will be served. Bring [spoon and cup. L -__. l l i l l I I l l 4 l Moth damage to rugs. furni- ture and clothes, etc., exceeded : $500,000,000 last year . . . : moths will destroy possessions ' of equal value . . . or more . . . this year. Let us BERLOUIZE your clothes. rugs, etc., now before i they are damaged. 011!’ service i is backed by a ten year goat. l antee. Ask in about it new. Miason‘Count’y Steam Laundry,& Cleaners 70 ' ‘ . iii you.» wry Wars/517 A’l/éfi/ WM? He’s Your Best Friend When Illness Strikes! Your physician knows the remedy for almost every known disea so. but working alone, he could not successfully combat them. He needs the assistance of Y0 UR BEST FRIEND, the DRUGGIST, who aids by carefully compound- ing his prescriptions according to his order. 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