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0 C “ Meeting For Service League Iveeting of the National Ser- -. Sue Motor Corps was held b day evening, January 30, courthouse, with M a j o r Hal‘tung, state organizer, ding. :13! enthusiastic group was l30 hear the talks and dis- :28 given by Dr. B. N. Col- a3’01‘ William C. Stevenson, Luna and Mr. Petty. next meeting of the group held on Thursday evening, 6, at Maple Beach on a.bella, at which time defi- 13318 will be made for the Pf classes. Everyone in- 1n attending this meeting ally invited. Anyone wish— h‘a'nsportation should leave th Bessie Warren at the Office or Miss Sumner at . 200. "i Installed Officers Friday Meeting lar meeting of the Ruby . ‘ Lodge was held on Fri— ,” eHing, and was the first ‘» 0f the group with the new- “ d and installed officers. “(as a good attendance at tll'lg and standing commit- ~ “‘8 appointed by the pre- Officers. Dainty refresh- Were served at the close x 1meeting by the Noble ., *' ' h 11a Martin and the Vice Lmdbergh g sllsie Dobson. 3h aid bill, mgressmen . gn Al‘ftlll‘5“v' of Stateg‘ was one . .37....{34 ,FORRESTS I FLOWERS " EVERY OCCASION ‘Delivered anywhere South 10th St. Call 112-W ‘AARAMOUN 0” [. THEATRE C’UUN .‘ Shelton, wash, AUND AN T t Time Tonight! he Thrilling Best Seller! originals otlies b)!" y soil! /“ \. lethods 0! .- l I e a V .5 y ining odor _, \IE 88 WEDNESDAY 4 ‘D Feb. 5 IAEND ANCING ON _ 1 . I _ A D JEAN -~ ‘v ‘3 Dale gagobert Page Thursday Only 15¢ Nitc .v"PHAN'r0M or HINATOWN” __and..__ dcring Frontier’ Chas. Starrett i 1-9-41 “- WWW PHONE 100 I Recent Bride Fetcd At Luncheon Party Mrs. Viola Kimbel entertained } at her home Tuesday afternoon! with a lovely 1 o’clock luncheon for Mrs. Jack Kimbcl, a n ew- bride in the family. i Those present were Mrs. Elve ter, Mrs. Carl Jenson. Mrs. J. 01- sen, Mrs. Merritt Johnson, Mrs. Helen Simmons, Mrs. Alfred Kill- mer and small daughters, Janet and Audrey, Mrs. Roy Batstone, Mrs. B. N. Collier, Mrs. I... Mikel- ‘son, Mrs. Len Weston, Mrs. Len Walton, Mrs. C. Anderson, Mrs. C. Harrier, also Mrs. Harrier’s mother of Snohomish, Mrs. Jack Kimbel and Mrs. Kenneth Kimbel and son Marvin and hostess Mrs. Viola Kimbel, assisted by Esther Leuch. Mrs. Jack Kimbel received many lovely gifts for her home. ed with a humorous selection, “At 'The Baseball Game," which was enjoyed by all. Bridal Shower Honors Miss Lucille ()akes Miss Lucille Oakes was the given Thursday evening by Mrs. -George Andrews at her h o m e on Hillcrest. Miss Oakes is to be‘ the bride of Steve Ristine of this city. A very enjoyable evening was ing to music, followed by the open- guest, i delicious xBetty Moon, Betty Hall, Morrow and the Mesdames Roland :Ayres, John Oakes, Ernest Oakes, ers. Oakes, the honored guest, .Miss Oakes and the hostess, Mrs., Andrews. ‘ ‘ Attend Olympia 'Ralnbow Installation A group of Sheltonites motored to Olympia on Monday evening to the installation of the Olympia Rainbow Assembly. Those from' here taking part in the ceremon-I ies were Dorothea Rucker, Caroll iWilkie, Carol Jean Hatcher and iBetty Lee Jemison, others attend- .ing from here but not taking act- Juanita Miller, Jean Elliott, Mrs. Walter Elliott, Mrs. Clifford Wi- vell, Mrs. Purl- Jemison, and Miss‘ l Jessie Knight. Entertain Saturday ‘ jFor Bridge Club E Mr. and Mrs. William A. Mc- I‘Kenzie entertained their bridge 'club on Saturday evening at a 1 o'clock dinner followed by cards. ‘Honors for the evening were won lby Mrs. M. C. Kaphingst and C. l . l H. Krelenbaum. [Agate PET. A. lGiving Silver Tea Members of the Agate P.—T. A. are sponsoring another Silver Tea to be held at the home of Mrs. Helen Guycr on Friday, February incur * ‘Colc, Mrs. Livermorc and daugh-‘ Mrs. Annie Anderson entertain—i jhonored guest at a bridal showerI spent playing games and listen-I 'ing of the gifts by the honored! Invitedi guests for the occasion were the’ *Misses Edith Evers, Helen Clark,l Junel I ive part in the ceremonies werel Family Reunion Held Sunday The home of Mr. and Mrs. Char— les Morkert on Southsidc was the setting for a family reunion which was held on Sunday. Those ga- thering for the occasion were J. P. Ward, Mrs. Gus Peterson and Bill Peterson all from Seattle, Mr. iand Mrs. Charles Mark, Leroy and Guy Mark all from Auburn, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Miner and son Ray of Montesano, Mrs. Pearl Moore and Orval Moore of Omaha, Nebraska, Mr. and Mrs. Warren Kuntscn and Charles, and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Morkcrt and Mar- vin of Shelton, Mr. and Mrs. ‘N. J. Morkert and Rosalie of Oak. ville and the host and hostess and daughter Juanita. Mrs. Pearl Moore and son Orval left Sunday evening for her home visit with her brothers, the Mor- kert boys and her sisters Mrs. Mark and Mrs. Miners. Bordeaux l‘.—T. A. Sponsoring Skating Party The Bordeaux P.-T.A. is spon— soring a roller skating party to be held at the Mountain View rink on Saturday evening, ruary 8, beginning at 7:30 o’clock. Proceeds from the party Will be used for the hot lunch fund at the Bordeaux School. Tickets and skate reservations may be made .by calling either 329M or 477R. Mrs. Diehl Hostess For Angleslde Club I Mrs. Fred Diehl entertained at her home on Thursday afternoon, January 30, with a 1 o’clock lunch- members of the Angleside Bridge Club. There were three tables of cards in play during the after— noon with honors being won by Mrs. H. E. Loop. Guest of club was Miss Dorothy Bell. and then the serving of; refreshments. Capitol Hill Club Holds Card Party The Capitol Hill Women’s Club entertained at the home of Mr. and Mrs. I. G. Garder with a card party Thursday evening. Hon- The “Cootie” prize was awarded to Charles Dougherty. The serving of delicious refresh- ments rounded out the evening‘s the club will be held at the homeI of Mrs. Hazel Borst, at which, bring red and yellow quilt pieces, Shelton Members of the Shelton man's Club gathered at the home of Mrs. Purl Jemison on Monday, February 3, for a regular meet. Mrs. Homer Taylor, assisted by ,Mrs. W. A. Witsiers, Mrs. L. C. vBurrell, Mrs. Frank Willard, Mrs. Grisdale Crosby and Mrs. Robert iTrenckmann, was in charge of the program for the day which was on “Old Masters.” English Drill and current events concluded the program for the day. Canal Woman's Club Meeting On Thursday The Hood Canal VVoman‘s Club 7. The public is cordially invited to attend. Rebekah Degree Team lTo Practice Thursday The Rebekah Degree Team will hold a practice meeting on Thurs- beginning at 7‘ o’clock. ldcsiring to take part should be :present at this meeting. :P.E.0. Meeting 'Held Last “Jack J The regular meeting of Chapter ’gB, P.E.O. was held last Monday levening at the home of Mrs. R. E. lBrown. Mrs. Mollie Lee was in charge of the program on Found- ers Day, and Mrs. Helen Ander- sen entertained with piano solos. I ’VE got .sir! x‘Dia, to think of my future. No Weak bones or poor teeth for me. No 2% I want to grow up to be strong just e the other kids. i" ~_ g“"38 me 4—E Milk. And you know, I’ve felt ’ great ever since I started drinking it. But “'8 I am wasting time when I could be ying. Why don’t you start drink 4—E That’s why mother day evening at the I.0.0.F. Halli All those i will meet in regular session on Thursday, February at 11 o’clock a. m., in the Hood Canal Club Rooms. Miss Elizabeth Robinson, art :supervisor of the Shelton schools iwill be guest speaker on the after- noon program. Her topic will be “Home Comfort and Beauty.” lAnyonc interested is cordially in- lvited to attend. 'Mrs. Charles Mitchell Hostess For Carnation Club A regular meeting of the Car- ,nation Club was held on January 30 with Mrs. Charles Mitchell as hostess at her home on Arcadia. A delicious 1:30 luncheon was served to the 11 members in at- tendance. A Valentine card party was planned by the group for Tues- .day evening. February 11. at the 'Odd Fellows Hall. The main fea- ture of the afternoon was sewing ‘for the Red Cross. V The next meeting of the group ‘will be held on February 13. at lthe home of Mrs. Harry Bell, 1840 ’Summit Drive. Activettes 'Meeting Wednesday Members of the Activettes will meet at the home of Mrs. Fred Snelgrovc on Wednesday evening for a 6:30 dinner and regular meeting. Engagement Announced Here Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Coburn this week announced the engagement Woods, son of I. H. Woods. ,datc for the wedding has been set. KAttends Meeting illeld In Seattle , Mrs. waiter M. Elliott spent lThursday and Friday of last week Iin Seattle attending the mid-year conference of the Women's Chris— tion Tolerance Union. This con- ference is attended by the state officers, county presidents, and state directors. ' Visiting At Shelton Schools i Miss Dora Young of Evanston, Illinois, and National teacher of lAlcohol education is spending to- day, Tuesday, visiting thc various in Omaha, following several weeks 3 Feb- I eon and afternoon of bridge for} the l ors in bridge were won by Mrs.| Avis Saeger and Lonnie Plemons,l while honors in pinochlc were won by Mrs. Elvira Turner and Milesi : Davidson. I affiliated with entertainment. I The next regular meeting ofi time all members are requested to‘l also homemade valentines for ex-r ' change. W'oman's Club . 'Holds Regular Meeting I W o- ner guests SHELTONJIIASON COUNTY JOURNAL 068 f 0d Fshi i l l l l The Shelton Women‘s Chorus, the Washington State Music Federation, invites alll music lovers to attend the concert; cess. ‘ to be. given by the chorus this: Friday evening at eight o’clock in the junior high auditorium. “We feel confident the public will notice much progress in ourl choral work under the fine direc-l tion of Ben Hallgrimson, and willl enjoy greatly hearing an accom-; plished pianist in Mrs. Homer; Dunning,” officers of the chorus: stated. Twenty members of the Brem- erton Choral Society are expected to attend Friday’s concert, indi— cating the growing prominence the Shelton VVomen’s Chorus is , gaining. The program to be presented follows: The Chorus “Clouds” by Ernest Charles “Come To The Fair” by East- hope Martin. i Trumpet Solo by Jack Allison, ' “Zelda” by Percy Code. ‘IKamilche Youths i Enlist In Army i r) i Kamilchc, Feb. 0. There Willi Ibo a dance '1 the grangc hall Sat-l i I l urday, February 8th. Roy and Bob Petty enlisted in the army and left for Fort Lewis Monday. Mr.‘and Mrs. Neil Brow— ors of Olympia were Sunday din—; at the home of her,’ ‘parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Pctt.y.i Mrs. Wm. Turner had the mis-l lfortune to have a finger nearly 'sawed off in the Simmons Shin—z glc mill last Monday. It is be— .lioved that the finger may bci !sayed. Mr. Bob Rose was hurt while {working with WI’A road crew on; ;Kamilchc Point Friday. He is still i in the hospital. 9 Corporal Lane of Fort Lewisl visited Frank Carpenter over the weekend. I Mr. lobcrt Scott and son Bob- (by spent Sunday in Puyallup. '1 Returns To Chicago 1 After Lilliwaup Vi l i ‘ m “m it I I Victor Robinson, son of Mr. i gand Mrs. Frank Robinson, return- led to Chicago Saaturday after a! two weeks’ visit in Lilliwaup and, i Seattle. Mr. Robinson is a supervisingi salesman for the Commonwealth: ‘Edison company in Chicago. I I Mrs. Harry Dittman IEntertains Club Mrs. Harry Dittman entertain-l of their daughter Betty to Don,ed the regular meeting of heril’l‘izes were won by Margaret Cun‘ N0 bridge club Friday evening, Jan-Inmgham and Lee Baxter; second iuary 31 at 8:30 at her home. i , Two tables of contract were in. .play with honors being won by! 3Mrs. W. E. Noblett, Mrs. Pauli Dittman, Jr., and Mrs. J. H. Gray. Mrs. Charles Walton was guest‘ ’of the club. I Refreshments were served at the I close of the evening. ! Entertains W'ith :; Thursday Luncheon Mrs. Willis Burnett washostessi at her home on Thursday when; she entertained with a 1 o'clock; luncheon and afternoon of sewing‘ for a group of friends. 1 Those present for the occasion were Mrs. Albert Clausen, Mrs: Capes, important in women’s wardrobes this year, are also feat‘v‘ui in children’s fashions. Here are two young misses wearing red '4'." blue nautical capes and hats at New York show of styles for yC“‘,’l. {WOMEN’S CHORUS CONCERT TO BE HELD ON FRIDAY EVENINGi '5” badly it had ‘0 b0 amputated-lspending a few days in Seattle. Mr. Keith Johnstone and JennyI .a-snag that crushed his life out' nesday' February 5th at 1:30 pm. . instantly. ‘guests of Mrs. Taylor‘s sister and MYS~ Sarah Hansen lparty on the evening of the 3lst. m New Social Room i Held At Grant lay Virtue E. llanlou Pickering, Feb. 3. The high light of the community Get-To- Gethcr held at the Grant school i I l I l house Friday evening was the dedication of the social room which is now finished. Much credit is due Mr. Rempel for IllS‘ untiring efforts in behalf of this work. It was a worthy project,- well done, and the community feels justly proud of the results. The following program was very much enjoyed: Four songs by school; two piano solos by Laurine Lundmlist: “Xer- cise “J and Y Month" by school; recitation, “Hands and Feet" by Beverly Sylvester; recitation “Dic- tionary” by Laurine Lundquist; two piano solos by Ruth Lindsey; exercise “Ten Little Fingers" by school: talk by Mr. Rempel giving a brief resume of the conversion of the old gymnasium into the much—admired and needed social room; three songs by school; cow- boy duct by Edward Lindsey and Walters; “Mitten Song" by school; duet “Grownup Land” by Laurine Lundquist and Beverly Sylvester; impromptu solo by little Billie Lindsey. I After a social hour of games and visiting, refreshments Were served. -‘ Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Woodall and baby Victor, and Mrs. Minnie Alex- ander were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Stevens of Bay- .shore. 5 Mr. J. E. Jones is now con- :valescing at his home after a re- cent operation in a Seattle hos- pital. 2 Warren Leedom and Carl Flem- Iing, sailor lads from the U. S. S. ,California, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley ‘E. Bailey of Manette, and Miss 'lDorothy Irwin of Olympia, were [guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. ZClaudc Hanlon and family. ' Mr. and Mrs. Bob Cameron and son Dale, spent Wednesday eve- ning with Mr. and Mrs. Irvin i‘Voodall. l Piano solos by Miss Norma‘ Mrs. Elida Barnes and Charles Johnson, “Clair De Lune" by De- McGonagle were visitors in Brem- bussey, and “Marche” by Prokos- Cl‘t0n Friday. Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Harriman [and Miss Christina Roberts spent Saturday evening at the Hanlon ‘home. i We are proud to note that three Iof our boys, Ainley and Ray Rem- ple and Frank Gray played. in the band concert held in Shelton Sunday afternoon. The Chorus . “Were You There” by Char- les Manney. “Didn't It Rain” by H. T. Bur- leigh. Flute trio of BettyLou Macke, Gail Robinson and Ella Marie Ro- bertson, “The Three Blind Mice” by Carlton Colby. Tacoma Philharmonic Quartexe of George Johnson, first violin; Maxine Johnson, second violin; Harold VVhelan, viola; and Victor Kestle, cello: . “Rider Quartet“ by Hayden, A1- legro, Andante, Minuetto, Allegro Con Brio, “Old Black Joe” and “Turkey In the Straw” arrange- ments by Leonzaley. The Chorus “Come Again. Sweet Love" by Pinochle Party 'Club Popular In Grapeview Areal Grapeview, Feb. 3. The twice- a-month Pinochlc party which the' Grapeview club puts on is be- coming increasingly successful. The party given last‘ Saturday “ gOh“ DOWIand- evening was well attended. Mr. Irayer from Hansel and GT6' Keith Johnstone won men's first “fl by Englebert Humper‘iprizc, Mrs. I. B. Palms, women’si dule' {first prize, Mr. Richard New 01" “— Yakima, men’s consolation, Mrs. 1 Oscar Sund, women's consolation, and Johnny Sund got the float-, s, mg prize. l Lanai Forecast l After ‘Hog’ Day The next party will be held on February 15th. The men are go- By Mrs. P. \V. Nance Dcwatto, Feb. 3. We are ‘ing to have full charge of this going to have an early spring, and they must be sworn to se- for yesterday, February 2nd was crccy as no one can find out what they are going to do about it. “grmindhog day" and I don’t think he saw his shadow out here, for We’ll just wait and see and hope it was cloudy all day. Also the for the best. Mr. and Mrs. Keith Johnstonc ,naa several relatives visiting them over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. pussywillows are in bloom and Herbert StUbe and son Ronald “X. ring}: _.a:d like. Mrs. Johnstone and daugh- ‘ ‘3' am LC ‘5 “8 "mm!" iter Jacky, returned to Yakima ~There have been a series of ac- lwith them Monday_ cwlcnts in the camps in this vicin-! we are glad to report that Zane ity. On the 2151;, Clarence Lund- [Zizz who has been in at the Shel- ‘J‘Jb‘flu ‘lmlki‘y engine“ at C‘M-C-iton hospital is improving. 10:3??ng CO” had his arm SmaSth, Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Merritt are He is married, has two children. And last week, Andrew Ericksonihad dinner with the Al Okoneks was killed at the Studebaker .last Wednesday. camp. He had been a faller for! The regular meeting of the yelll's- But a falling “'00 SU‘HCK Grapeview club will be next Wed- Another man had his Mr, Ben Lee who will be re- hand pretty badly crushed last membered by old timers here, Week. But I was unable to get passed away recently. He had his name. been living near Everett in Sko- Mr. and Mrs. Jack Taylor and ikomlSh COUNtY- He formerly own' little daughter, were weekendICd the 1101150 “OW OCCUPICd by DedicatEn 0f l 'tages »and disadvantages. of hav— iablc there, and life-guards are cal i desire to swim.‘ . and Mr- RiChard Newv an 0f Yak“ ! responsible for the luncheon. so _. - - Ccntralia Mayor Shows Kiwanis Colored Films The Kiwanis Club was enter- ,taincd today in an inter—club ses- ‘sion with Centralia Club, when l Shirley Emerges From Retirement Mayor Ray Sprague of that city brought along his projector and ran three films of color of a trip made by himself and family ar- . ound the rim of the US. last year, ' Iwhich included some fine views of :the two, big fairs, with many points of interest in New Orleans, Florida and way points. Being un- usually fine pictures the showing was interesting alike to those who .had and who had not covered the i same territory. TREATED AT HOSPITAL . Leo Bishop of Camp 3 was ad- mitted to Shelton hospital Mon- day for treatment. LILLIWAUP MAN ILL Herman Nelson of Lilliwaup was admitted to Shelton hospital for medical treatment Monday. I l Entertains For :Bridgo Club ~ I Mrs. Lou Herzog entertained imembers of her bridge club with a 12:30 luncheon at her home on .Friday. Two tables of auction 'were in play during the afternoon iwith honors being won by Mrs. ‘John V‘Vcbber and Mrs. John King. )Wedding Anniversaries lCelebrated Saturday I Honoring the nineteenth wed- {ding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Warren Abel and the eighth wed- ding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Walt Austin, a group of friends gathered at the Austin home on Saturday evening. Bridge and a potluck luncheon Was enjoyed dur- ing the evening. Others present ibesides the honored couples were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Pierce and 'Mr. and Mrs. Lou Herzog. Finding life as an ordinary schoolgirl too dull, Shirley Tem- ple has emerged from her short— lived retirement to go back to work in pictures, this time in the Andy Hardy films. She’s Dic- tured in court where her new contract was approved. Say It WITH FLOWERS They Bring Comfort and Happiness FUNERAL DESIGNS AND HOSPITAL BOUQUETS Delivered anywhere, anytime Travis Floral Shop Shelton Hardware Bldg. Phone 232 270-W 4-H Summer Camp In Mason County Due July 428-30 At the regular bi-monthly meet- ing of the Mason County 4-H Leaders Council last Saturday,’ leaders thoroughly aired advail-‘ ; l l l l. ing a summer 4—H Club Camp. Other Counties have found this; type of camp to be a great asset‘ to 4—H Club work. As the ad-‘ vantages over—balanced the dis- advantages, principally that of ad- l dcd work, the leaders voted to hold the first camp this summer on July 28, 29. and 30. Thiswill likely be at Twanoh State Park as favorable facilities are ayail- Like “HARRIS” On Tweeds . . . duty for protection of those who This will provide an outing for boys and girls, some of ,whom would probably not otherwise’have such an opportunity.- Instruction periods will also bearranged. ‘ Such an undertaking, however,‘ means a 0rent deal of additional . t. responsibility for leaders who;are_ exact pmpor, ions already giving freely of their‘ti‘meJ spec'l'ed by me PhYS‘C'an- so we sincerely hope that ‘par-1 To assure the finest serv— ents.]of clubt members billvlll give ice, competent Druggist all tic assis ance possi e.‘ ' i . Saturday, March 8, will. find '5 3W3” °" “9" Tea." 4-H club leaders from six South- to give Your Prescrlpt'vn his immediate and undivirl- west Washington counties com- ing to Shelton for the semi-annual ed attention. District Leaders Council, meeting. ' r' u should make‘ everyone satisfied and desirous to soon return. i; r our label is a pesitive guarantee of perfection, of quality ingredients skill- fully woven into medicine Leaders of the host county ‘“ are the leaders planned a menu that If you Wish to Sell you’llllavc to Tell—'Journal Want:Ads. “ WE: HAVE MOVED To Our New Location On First Street Next to Shelton Recreation SEE US FOR REAL ESTATE BUYS AND RENTALS I l ._ "gm.-. brother—in-law, Mr. and Mrs. GeA '— tEllis -'~ 5 Vacant [1 mac ..ont Pay Mr. and Mrs. Minard Babcock I raxes‘ I _ Advertise It, spent last weekend with Mrs. ._ ——-——— Babcock’s sisters, Mrs. Wright, and Mrs. Wilson of Tacoma. l The 500 club had an enjoyable Three tables were in play. First high went to Mrs. Geo. Ellis and Gordon Cunningham. Among the shoppers in Brem- crton Saturday from Dewatto, were Mr. and Mrs. Bert Carney, Bob Giesler, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Cunningham and Mr. and Mrs. P. ‘N. Nance. More—Than EVer On State Relief Olympia, Jan. 29. —— Public as-i sistanee in some form was grant- ' ed 119,874 persons last month, 7.- 930 more persons than received aid ilk yourself. You’ll see what I mean! Ask For W 4-E MILK At Your Favorite Store [Shelton schools. Albert Clausen, Jr., and son Bert, Mrs. Clarence Eskridge, Mrs. Har- iMrs. Marion Garland 1T0 Review Book More yrs. Marion Garland of Brem- ;cr on will be in Shelton on Fri- ' lday, February 14, to review the the hOSteSS' ibook “Land Without Laughter.”,“’.C.T.U. Meeting iShe will also render a number of"1his Friday Afternoon Russlon songs with guitar accom- Members of the W'omen's Chris— paniment by herself. 'tian Tolerance Union will hold a Sponsored by the Girl Scout 1 o'clock potluck luncheon at the Council, the review will be givenihome of Mrs. W. F. Roberts on [in the county courtrooms begin- Friday, February 7. ning at 2 p. m. on Friday, F‘eh-i Mrs. Walter Elliott will give a ruury‘ 14. Tickets may be pur-. report on the recent mid—year chased from any Girl Scout or meeting which was Jicld ill Scat- lncmher of the Girl Scout Council. 11.x. |son all from Bremerton-I and Mrs. E. B. Sutton, Mrs. Bill Dickie and iin November, social security de- _.s SHICK and GEORGE about the New 1941 GENERAL ELECTRIC YOU SAVE AT THE SIOREI G-E‘s improved storage facil- ities let you take full advantage of bargain days at the ley Sellers. and Mrs. Lewis John—I ‘partment reports showed today. The amount obligated in Decem‘ her for all forms of social secur- ‘ity was $1,885,182, or $88.771i more than was obligated in Nov-l ember. Largest increase was in general; assistance, the number of persons; in that category being 66,049 in; December, compared with 58,979' lin November, and the obligationsi ,iucreasing from $498,299 to $558,-{ 793. The old age assistance list wasi upped 326 over November, to 40,-‘ 3'70, the pensions increasing from $905,140 to $020,810, Recent consumer surveys show that more people prefer a General Electric than any other refrigerator $1195” Model Lao-1i Shown Above' You Can Now Buy The Preferred Re- frigerator—a GB for only ROBBINS ELECTRIC ‘ market, and your food dollars stretch farther than ever. YOU SAVE IN THE KITCHEN! Fresh foods and left-overs keep perfectly for days without a. penny-worth of waste. The amazingly low operating cost of a new G-E is another big help to your budget. YOU SAVE THE" THE YEARS! G-E’s famed sealed-in-stecl Thrift Unit has a record for dependable performance and enduring economy unsurpassed by any other cold- making mechanism in America.- isl‘;