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January 30, 1941     Shelton Mason County Journal
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i’au’e Six Baptist Young People Slate Meetings Two meetings are slated for the Baptist Young Peoples Union this week and Sunday. Thursday eve- ning they will have their regular weekly prayer hour at 7:30 p. m. in the basement of the church. On Sunday evening at 6:15 p. m. they will gather .or an hour of prayer and singing and Bible study. You are cordially invited to attend theze meetings. Say It WITH FLOWERS They B'ring Comfort and Happiness FUNERAL DESIGNS AND HOSPITAL BOUQUETS Delivered anywhere, anytime l’ravis Floral Shop Shelton Hardware Bldg. Phone 232 270-W Fl 2.: .- ifr. J-Clll Brand—~303 Tin n l OLJHJ MlXERS ' i.l.J.B. Jr‘. corrtt Crcamwhite Elm Melba. i. Garden Catsup .. .. iiZ-= 'Z. 3 in Centennial Pancake Flour énlbs. 25¢ Vv‘llisky Sour, Lemon Sour. Ginger Ale. etc—plus deposit. Happy Home Napkins pkg. 951 Eden 2-: H. Home Tom. Juice . . 46-02. tin 21¢ SHORTENIHG 3"-ibs.45‘e 4cm}: 07W- Large Juicy Oranges . . . . Z-doz. Lge. Grapefruit. . shopping bag 29¢~ Sunkist Lemons doz. 19¢ Begas, Carrots, Turnips.. 3-lbs. lilomebuildcrs Hold lieguiar Meeting . The Homebuilders Club of the Baptist Church held their reguv lar meeting Tuesday night, Jan- uary 28 at the Art Bennett home with Mrs. Bennett and Mrs. Char~ lie Chase hostess. “Science and lthe Bible” was the topic studied tduring the evening, followed by the serving-0f refreshments. The next meeting will be held at the IFloyd Hackett home Tuesday eve- ining, February 3, at 7.30 p. m. gwith Mrs. Otha Moore and Mrs: Howard Yule hostesses. The study topic will be “Prophecy ill [the End Time." Royal Neighbors ‘ Change Meeting Place Announcement was made this week of the change of meeting places for the meetings of he Royal Neighbors of Woodcraft which are held every first :third Thursday. at the Odd Fellows Hall 1 thering lag heretofore, the group wi at the Memorial Hall. tie 25o k} 2, qt. ' 109 Ill. 2‘lc In. 190 am? flwciace 'i l r l ’ lcrs present, V i son joined the club and Mrs. Eliza- 'beth Saeger won the penny drill. l l l l a n d E E Instead of ga- l or were flower girls. l A ll meet { m l l l i l I l 1 l l l l l l l l PHONE 100 by. pen Of Honor Holds Installation The. Odd Fellows Hall was at- tractively decorated I" (‘Vl c;.elllc:lies of the Degree of Hon- 0:. Mrs. Peal-1 Uoblctt was install- ing officer; Phyllis Noblett, in.-tail- ing llzher: Alma White. installing past president; Douglas Lazson, in- lllllg pianist. Members of the oz't staff were Mar-y Flint, Evelyn Ting“- , An Courteau, and Betty Wiiiteaker. while inestl‘ne Young and Nedra Down- qt woe; The newly installedaofficcre and air escorts for the ceremony were Bessie Barrett, past presi— dent, escorted by Kathleen O’- Neill; ary Cormier, Lucy vice-president, escorted Eloise Boyce; Heleu Key- second viCe-president, e:cort— ed by Marjorie Keysers; Esther Morgan, financial secretary and juvenile director escorted by Viv- ian Elson; Maude Mell. treasurer escorted by Lois Mcll; Freida Smitl usher escorted by Bonnie Sm usher escorted by Shirley Ger- hardt; Inez Shorter, inner watch escorted by Georgena Booth; Ari V. Dundas, outer watch escorted by Peggy Whittingham; Marga- ret Boll, right assistant to vice- prcsident escorted by Annab‘clle Cole; Nancy Smith, left assistant to the vice-president escorted by June Jordan; Bea Larson. pianist escorted by Peggy June Barclay, kind Eatllel Mitchell, adviser to the president escorted by Gloria Noblett. An outstanding feature of this installation was the fact that there were five mothers and their daughters taking part. Following the installation of the. officers gifts were presented to the installing officers and flower girls by Mrs. Esther Morgan, while leach officer presented her escort ; with _.- Ipreé-cntcd Mrs. with her past presidents pin and a ;,. gift from the associated officers. '1': Mrs. Mary Flint presented gifts i I. to the members of her escort staff, Royal Tissue .. . . . .‘ . . . . . 6 rolls 25¢ , posed of Mrs. Eathel Mitchell Bessie Barrett one who in turn presented one to her. Also on the program for the evening were songs by a trio com- Edlth Wright, Eileen 'Iough and Carol Swedburg, ac- companied by Douglas Larson. So~ los and yodeling numbers were alzo presented by Jeannie Mitchell accompanied by her sister Doro- thy Mitchell. Delicious refreshments were served at the close of the pro- gram with the tables for the oc- cation being decorated with greens and replicas of mountains and other outdoor scenery. Members of the supper committee were Mrs. Grace Stephens, chairman, and Harry Young, Martin Smith, Clair Hammond, C. C. Smith, Char- les Mitchell, Vivian Morgan, Bill. Noblett, Julius LaBissoniere, John .Cormier and Loui Larson. Arcadia Economics Club Meets At Club, House The Arcadia. Economics Club met at the Southside Club House on Thurs ay, January 23, with thirteen members and four visit- Mrs. Alonzo Robin- The next meeting will-be Feb- ruary 14 at the club house. Each person is requested to bring a valentine for exchange. There will also be a fish pond and games. Mrs. Huntington and Mrs. Asche are to be the hostesses for this meeting. Will Visit Children Mrs. M. S. Hodge will leave this week for Seattle where she will spend about a month visiting with her children. SEE HUGH. HERIEK‘I’ AND ANNEA NAGEI. IN “MEET THE CHUMP". . A UNIVERSAL PICTURE ever heard of such a thing?” asks Hug/9 {'Woo-woo’] Herbert— but Anne Nagel proves "You ca ww WAX ' you MAKE IT -— and if: was delicious. made if, weak and that was great coflee (00. Now I’m justas woo- u'oo orer- RI. J. B. as you arr. ANNE: O.K., Ifugll, Iforg'irc you. Let’s have another cup of cqtfee! n'l make a Imth cup ' ,‘of Mull" _. ANNE: Sure I’m mad at you! You can’t tell me don’t know what ’m talking about. HUGH: But Anne, apologizeal’m really sorry. Ijust didn’t believe that Ill. J. B. could be good (my way you made it, but you proved ‘ was wrong—,— HUGH;— you made it strong first Then you. WHY YOU WON‘T MAKE A 35m CUP or‘ M. J. B. ...Make your coffee with the same care and in the same way you have in the past. Two exclusive M. J. B. features— aricher roast wand-double blending—will give you the finest cup of coffee you ever tasted. GUARANTEE. Buy apound today. Try it for a week. If it’s not the best you ever tasted, return the lid to the M. J. B. Co. ,365 Third Street, San Francisco, and we’ll ref-ad DOUBLE YOUR MONEY! DRIP GRIND. .Jov drug; or glass coffee makers REGULAR GRIND...lor percolalor or coffee pot in greenery Brownie Troop uesdav evening for the im- at a, birthday party'Wednesflay .rcssrve and beautiful installation afte-DOCD. January 39. When Mrs. president, 1; Marie Gerhardt, assistant . Ella McCulloch. l Sll I'll .’l‘(.) NHMA 80 N COU N’l‘ V JOURNAL l‘i'j' fill ’l‘lllll‘L-tllziy. »l.’ll".ll: N cert {if 1' C0 5 Belfair Mother’s i 0 1 Club Are Seated ‘ i i By Mrs. Gladys Irving l l v ». . Juan-luau... . mm. but, a“; l " Lace Puts Spring in Winter Dresses cw Off ld Curl Cold Shou l Ee— Belfair, January 29~—~Thc Ilfair Mothers Auxiliary of Boy. 1 Scouts installed the newly elected. [officers for the coming your Mon-i iday, January 20th. The meeting ,was held at the Roy Culbertson home. Returning officers present Iwcre Mrs, Laura Culbertson, pres-3 lident; Mrs. Viola Ncwkirk, secreU fBordeaux Brownies Enj'rv Birthday Party Nineteen members of Beldeauzt No. 6' were guests Max Marl- entertained in honor 0-; ~ the seventh birthday of her daugh— ‘ . . y. . i ' tcr Beverly. .A very enjoyable as} lain-tgfisurelg new}, Officers-id ternoon was spent playlng var-i ii rs’ ‘19 eacoc preSI en ers. Lois Michael, vice president iand Mrs. Evalyn Beck, secretary- jtrcasurer. After the meeting ad- Ejourncd the hubsands of the la-. dies came and 500 was played, Mr. and Mrs. Beck won high prize and Mrs, Heacock and Wil- liam R. Dave won the consolation. prizes. Those attending were Mr.ji and Mrs. Burton Michael, Mix} and Mrs. Parlmer Johnson, Mr.. and Mrs. Marion Ncwkirk. icuo gamer, followed by the serv- ing of beautiful and delicious! birthday on :e and refreshments, Among those present for the a ternoon were Mrs. W'. M. El- liott and Mrs. A. E. Klass'cll, mem- bers of the Girl Scout Council,! who Stopped in unexpectedly on an\ inopecticzrtrip of tho Brownie Troops; the follovrirfigr members Ofl lthe Brownie troop, Terry Lynn :3 I... l New lace, without the lavender, adds a fresh note to dark dresses worn in late winter or early spring. Narrow Valen- cinnes lace, usually reserved for the baby trade, edges the em- cular int Emancial Hair conditioned for her 2 y Officials queen of Chicago rol'rige »' era, is a Mr. ' Skelse , Lorraine Andrews, An— . u ,r 'namaey Jost, Ethel Libby, Janet' Eagosegfit (igfimlrbg 231%; Egg ,allm FMI‘S- C. C. Eddy. Mmr. andDM‘rs., and air conditioning exhl “$113011 3‘1 .Swanson, Patricia Henderson, Jean, “little girl” mood try wearing “glas. geckwllvll. and 1341:. fiscal“. Audrey Cgflcy wows Curl ._ one to Briggs, Mary \Vllson, Joyce Still'- the lace_trimmed’ collar with: 922“? 0x1, - 1. 311d_ MEL, Clulldel resemble frosted cells. 1.3? fir 0y, JoLoycc Hunter, Beverly Wes—l scalloped edges abovel Its I‘lllvgqlzitié “arm smile belies her frlgl‘. 5 st ,tlm‘ ,afiwfoifigzméfiggxm$1.221{322; clever design gives a double , Mrs. Alice Pope, Mls. Events? 0e of hen loondony Betty Buchanan, Jeanie collar efieC-t.» jBaldwin, William R_ Dave, Tiger! Keclian, who is an old‘ {land and Simmons, Joan Hadsell and the, —_.-L__ _,k,_ ,_ __..7,AW_, ,_~~__A__ =Lee. Tommy McCarty. Cilarlczlffieml. Allis returns/J the 1 .llrnisihing honor guest Beverly Man. other . satterwalte, Billy and David Bald- i the week. -mllnicipai Mill Creek Club , [Valentine Party \vm, Burton Michael, Jr, Howard‘ Mr. and Mrs. Earl 0018,6011 guests in attendance were Doro-g , V thy Auseth’ Andy Studebaker andl Plans Bingo Party [Satin-day, rebruary 1 Donna Mac Marr, and the Ber-i The Mill Greek Community Club} The JuYemleE'LOf the Degree 0f ldeaux Brownie Troop leader, Mrs. met with Mrs. Emma Robbins on! Honor W111 mee'v 0“ saturday at 'O. Genter and the hostess, Mrs. . Tuesday afternoon for a businessi the Odd FEHPWS Hall at 1 O’clock Mam ' for a Valentine party. There Will meetin and tea. g l be an exchange of valentines fol- Final plans were made for al . . Bingo party, for members of the: lowed by the servmg of refresh- .Club and their invited friends, to' mcnta be held at the home of Mrs. Julia! Jackson next Tuesday evening, February 4. beginning at 7:30 p; m. Assisting hostesses for the‘i [ton Women's Chorus Concert. Ben party win he Mrs, Myrtle Sweat--1 will hold IHallgrimsou was very fortunate; ingen, Mrs.‘ Inga Knecland, Mrs! Tuesday CW3nt at the M 'in PTGCUI‘ing the Tacoma Philhar‘ Bernice Jansson and Mrs. Lura. Hall beginning at 8 p. m. 0 ed. At approve Vote for _ and i .111 excl Heacock, Myrtl‘c and Roland Cul-iwere Bremerton visitors bertten and host and hostess, lIr. urday. and Mrs. Roy Culbertson. A lovely' lunch was served and all had a, grand time. Mrs. Chas. living. Austin uni Walter Sebring attended the dem— ocratic meeting at the courthouse gin Shelton Sunday afternoon. Quite a few from here attend~ ed the Sequim-South Kitzap ban ketball game at South Kitsnp high school gym on Saturday CVC‘lllIlg in which South Kitsap won 41 to 18. “IT PAYS TO ADVERT A codi‘ldi lays a million 6 Vr'llilc the old red hen la . But the codiish does not 7’ To inform you what shc’5'\ '-7 iTacoma Quartet To Appear Here , Upon learning the Grays Harbor {String Quartet would be unable to meet the new date of February 7, 'which has been set for the Shel- . And .93 we scorn the codf> And the helpful hell we Which indicates to thcughtf minded- ' It pays to advertise. American Legion Auxiliary To Hold Regular Meeting . The American Legion Auxiliary a regular meeting next emorial , This! moni? Quartet .for that evening: Hurst. 1W1“ also be Pa.“ preSidentS and! Quite a few l‘ig‘h school “"lld- I, V- This professwnal' quartet IS The penny arm prim was won. past commanders. night The S”. , ents are entnrtaitnnw em; weighs .» he alloc composed of such artists as Georgel by Mrs, Hurst The Class in basket: ving of refreshments will round . this week “b ' ‘ “ ‘V F -» g governm ,Johnson, first violin. The public making will meet with Mariel out the evening’s activiuee. i ' . ; Mrs, Glen Harris and Mls. inll remember Mr. Johnson in hisi Storey on Wednesday; February 5! ,___ , lappearance “1 thC,SP1‘ing ConCEFt. at 1 p. m. The next regular meet- iof. last year. Maxme- Johnson, hls_ mg of the club Wm be atuthe. Hold Saturday Food Sale ;W1f0. Plays second Ylolm- HaTOId home of Myrtle Swearingen oni , Members of the w.c,T,U_ are Mr. and Mrs. B. C. ‘Whelan, who plays the viola. 13| February 12. gholaing a food sale all day Satur—I from Bremerton and Mr. and Ml s. . lmusm director at the Auburn high: lday' February 1, at the Lumber II Earl Johnson VlSlted With the 'school, and IS a noted solo1st in; special Notice 3 l I l . .- . 'Robert Amgels Sunday. I Tacoma and Seattle. Victor Kestle,l For Chorus Members 22;";erglegfnfigifueggénpigy‘ 113,2 ‘ David Crosswhite took off ’i‘uei'- .cello player, is a prominent 5019— A11 members of the Shelton wo'_i their foods at the Store early lday‘ for navy duty in San Diego, ; ist and teacher in Tacoma. He 13: men's Chorus are urged to keep; ECallf” where he Wlll Jillll a navy l dil‘eCtOI‘IOf music in the Masonlin mind that there will be a dressl Rainbow Girls lumt- , , ‘ junior1 hlghuschogl .otf 1Tacoma. He‘ fiehearsal‘ for the concert, at the: Meeting Tuesday ’hsfilll‘sveilgrré: vicinitt was 2150 cc 0 so 015 as: summer uni 1“ i 5 ' ‘ . , 1 . . z 5 lat Interlochen, Michigan with thej'rueggla;1 gegenffgmflggggy’: :2; A Yet-3mm meeting 0f the Ram" gfamous Maddy orchestra. The 7:30 p. m. ‘ bow Girls will be held on Tue..- complete program for the concert, day evening, February 4, at the will appear in Tuesday’s paper. I ‘Charles Irving visited. Earl Johnson . Monday. W.C.T. U. Members To FLOWERS fxlCXJllilCi‘, FOR EVERY OCCASI Delivered allynvllere South 10th Call 1124. c“ to Tacoma Sh “on 'with Marie -ih‘_ r .34 4x" a , Masonic Temple beginning at 7 :30 o’clock. 2 1 Your New Calendar ll lHEthhilttj, Compliments of Nature’s Remedy and ' I 30¢» are? Calendar Thermon‘lctcrs While the Supply L15. .. DR WE Attend Installation Of Bremerton Court ' Several members of Laurel! iCourt, Order of the Amaranth mo-l . ' m' ‘ tored to Bremerton on Mond.ayllhuve1 Mty BeStO‘VS evening to attend the installation Degree On ParentS‘ ceremonies of the new royal ma-j tron of Bremerton Court. Thoscl seattle. Jan- 27—Mr- and Mrs-H Seattle were! Mr. And Mrs, Claude Strobe Honored Tuesday Evening .Mr. and 1 Mrs. Claude Strobe were pleasantly surprised Tuesday evening when a'group of friends dropped in at their new home at 811 Gate. for a housewarming. The friends presented them with a. walnut occasional table for the , new home. The evening was spent in playing games with Mrs. Mor- rissey, Ken Blanchard and Dr. Browning winning the prizes. The deliciou: refreshments which the friends also brought were enjoyed l by Dr. and Mrs, George LeCCmpte, making the trip were Mr. and Mrs.t 30ml H- Reid Of A. L. Ferwerda. Mrs. Bernhardi aWarded the honorary degree dPal“ Winiecki, Mrs. Mae Lusk, Mrs] ents extraordinary” by the Uni-l Mathes, Mrs. Ella McCulloch, Mrs. l Versity 0f .WaShingtOn at especial! ‘ Ida Kirkland and Mrs. Leigh Duf— l ceremony arranged by their ch11~ . field. Mrs. Ferwerda, accompaniedi dren at the Reid home yeSteI‘dBY-ii ' by Mrs. Winiecki sang during the It was the third time since 1889: Ceremonies. lthat the university has bestowed} I I such honor. They were given the . O.E..S. Sooial Club laward for sending nine sons and; v Meeting Tuesday daughters through the university. Members of the Order of East-l and Mrs. James Morrissey, Mr. Mr. eid. ubI-sh ref the Un-_ and Mrs. James Needham. Ml‘.i ern Star Social Club will meet at ve,s.,ffle;:,§ 3.11., ea' bromine; and Mrs- Kenneth Blanchard, Mr. i the Masonic Temple on Tuesday, and Mrs. Fred Doherty, Mr. and February 4, for a 1 o’clock lunch- 2521252113: the waShmgton Press Mrs. Lloyd Loughnan, Mr. and , eon and afternoon of cards. ' Mrs. Fred Snelgrove, Mr. and ~~» . Mrs. Harlan Jordan. Mrs. Clyde Wilcox, and the honored guests, Mr, and Mrs. Strobe. . F Fl EE: Dr. and Mrs. Gene Browning, Dr. Shelton Won'lan?s Club To Meet. February ,3 . The Shelton Woman‘s Club will‘ hold their next meeting Februaryl 3 at 1:30 p. m. at the home. of] Mrs. Purl Jemison. Mrs. Homer Taylor will be in charge of the program on Old Masters. Amaranth Secial Club, Holds Quizz Party , . There were about 18 members and a guest, Mrs. Harriet Lough- nan present at the meeting of the Amaranth Social Club (Sn Tues- day evening at the home of Mrs : C. M. Danielson, for which Mrs.l Ida Loughnan and Miss Clare En- gelsen were hostesses. The party was in the formjof a. quizz party with honors for the; evening being Won by Mrs. Flor- ence Frisken and Mrs. Edna Bat- stone. Cut, prize was won by Mrs. Dainty refresh— ments. were served at the close of I the evening. 1113 Money Y0" Stale l94| Kelvinator '- ls Only Hall StorA w «A flick of the finger—and the exclu- sive, new Magic Shelf makes room for. extra-tall bottles. Another easy change -— and there’s room for a 12‘-pound turkey—five finger-tip adjustments give you five shelf arrangements. Mill—g“ “ Public Card Party Slated For Friday , I l The public card party being givo on this Friday, January 31, at the, Colonial House by the Order of; Eastern Star is slated to begin at' 18 p. m. Games to be played dur—l {ing .the evening include contract, lpinochlc and Chinese checkers, {With a number of cttra‘ctive ’prizes 'being offered the winners of the . evenings play. I Reservations may be placed by; Icalling either 116-.1 or 268.-W. I Ecch one attending is requested to 1 [bring his own table service. l l That big Vegetable Bin at the bottom of the ’41 Kelvinator holds over a bushel of potatoes, onions, turriips—saves you countless steps every days-b 6% cubic feet of sheer convenience— that’s what you get with this . . . Com- pIetely Equipped Model S-6 . . . Only I"Pl-ices drown are for deliv ry in your kilchen wilh 5-Year Prolecfion Plan. Stale and Ioculfaxes extra * Complete equipment! Big Vegetable Bin—30‘ per cent bigger Crisper—Meat Chest—Polar Light—Room for frozen foods—Stainless Steel Cold-Ban—Magic Shelf—record econ- omy! Only Kelvinator gives you this value, because 2 only Kelvinator has this kind of program of large-volume produc- tion and low-cost selling. Savings on other models range up to $30. Come see the new Kelvinators on our display floor today! Prices start at for an equipped 63/: cubic foot model. $5 Down s Per Month NO HIDDEN CHARGES FINANCE OUR OWN” CONTRACTS l iDegl-ee Of Honor lExecutlve Committee I gDeglee of Honor will meet on Tuesday, February 4, at the home: lof Mrs. Mary Cormier, 225 Har- gvard Street for a 1 o’clock des- r :ert luncheon. All officers are re- ‘ iquestod to be present for this imeetmg. l {Arcadia Club '10 'Give Card Party i The Arcadia Economic: Club is ! giving a card party and pie social ‘on Thursday, February 6 at 7:30 i at the Southside Club house. Pine. | chle, 500 and Chinese checkers will be played. Each lady is ask— ed to bring a pie_ lReturns From California Mrs, James Quinn accompanied ‘ 1: her mother, Mrs. A. Schneider and ' L brother, Leonard Schneider on a I ten-day motor trip to Santa Fe A ' - to visit their brother Joe, from S u e ‘ which they returned this week. i I They reported the weather as not very good. , , v