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l. -. “ .lgt bl. ._ Shelton Girl Heads , College Committee Jo Needham, student of W,est-' urn Washington College, Belling— ham, and daughter‘of M. H. Need- ham, Shelton, has been appointed chairman for the Associated Wo- men Students, Girl Leaders 0011‘ j(lax-den Club 7. Mark P‘ickieils, and Mrs.— fcrence to be held February 14. Committees Announced .Hamilton; Committee in charge | Anyone wishing table reserva- of prizes, Mrs. Louis Van Arsdale tions for the Shelton Garden club’s chairman, and Mrs. Robert Stude- PHONE 100 If youlVVish to Sell you’ll Have? to Tell~rJournal VVant-Ads. Committee, Mrs. Al \Villiam Mai;- ‘in Memorial Hall should contar-t {Telephone either Mrs. Winston Scott, Mrs. ‘Hurrby and Mrs. Al Koch, or Mrs. Peter Zopolis. well. ' i1 1 ~AS kt 12:30; Hostesscs will be he officers of 6;ng lagggeglings gtxg b; turned ,the club who include the follow- over to the club's Railroad AVG‘ laggianfi Giorgi Clippber’ nue beautification project. l “Lima ear“: 1‘ ’S’ ‘ ' (fl “ Mrs. J. H. Frisken, Mrs. Ed Bau- Committees to make ai'm‘ng’l- ibert and Mrs. James Amunds and merits for thc his public attaii-lin-s. w. F. Roberts, Mrs. F. M. were announced today by Mrs. ’Gage, Mrs. Carrie Durand and lGeorge Cropper, Garden Club pres- .Mrs. Walter Elliott. .ident- A meeting Of an commlt‘ Members of the various com— tee Chairmen is to be hem neXt mittees are asked to contact their Monday evening at the home 0f chairmen just as soon as possible. ers. George Drake, Mrs. Cropper 'W’eekend Guests 'said. The committees follow: At MCGinniS Home Co—chairmen, Mrs. George Drake Mr- and Mrs. Clarence C. Shutt land Mrs“ William McKenzie; lof Bellmgham and-Mr. and Mrs. “Decoration of Fireplace and Tally lDaViCl Shlml and baby daughter Committee, Mrs. Walter Kullrich ‘Werc visitors from Saturday to chairman, Mrs. Angus O'Neill, Wednesaay at the home Of Mr. ll/Irs. Harry Perry; Table Con]- and HITS. L. NI. McGinnis. mittcc, Mrs. Frank Bishop chair-_ The Clarence. Sllutts are the Imam. Mrs. Ed Hillier, Mrs. A. A. lparcnts of Mrs. McGinnis, while Pabst, Mrs. Ed. Fauhert, Mrs. ‘David Shutt is her brother. Mr. Charles Runacrcs, Mrs. Steve Ru”)- land Mrs. David Shutt are from pert. Mrs. Lee Friend, Mrs. L. D. lLong Beach, California, but are Hack, Mrs. Ben Briggs; Room visiting with their parents in ,3 wfi' ALL‘PURPOSE CREAM lDecoratic-n Committee, Mrs. Mar- Bellingham during the. time.that ---“"‘”’P‘3“ed f°r Clem" ,cus Rodgers chairman, Mrs. Orlc the USS. Saratoga, of which he in9 and general beOUlY :Gonter, Mrs. Claude Danielson, is a member_ is in "Bremerton, core... JoeSimpson and Mrs. Logan Visits were 5.1,") made to the .Mitchell; Food Committee, Mrs. Pau] Chase and Hawk} Chase lEmery Elzl'lcy chairman, Mrs. Guy lhomes, SEQ/nub. 1941 BLUE RIBBON SPECIAL ...oflers lhese Fine creams of l l l sensational sovmg in price: l , 2341.50 SALON CREAM l , . . ..exlra-rich..alreollor dry ll-iutchinson, Mrs. S. Beonarsm, . skins...c help with "over. lMl-s. Ray Bailey, Mrs. Grover Regular Meeting 0f - min," problems {Brewstelg Mrs. Grisdalc Crosby, IMEthO‘l‘St Women“ Isomety y ers. Harry Deegan, Mrs. Phil‘ The Women’s SOCIEW 0f Chl'ifl' lprcdson and M'3~_, Elliot Spring; tian Service of the, Methodist fservmg Commitme, Mrs. S. A. lChurch will meet on. Wednesday, 'Hatchcr chairman, Mrs. HerbertlFebruaFy 12 at the Chm'Ch Par- lAnglc, Mrs. Robert Brown, Mrs. films at 2 P- m; Sharp. ‘ Eugena Browning Mm. Roland , February being Inter-racial Bro- ‘Jo‘nnson, Mrs. \Villiam Stevenson, ithOFhOOd “10ch. Sunday, February 9, will be observed by the church er3. Don McKay, Mrs. James. _ _ JAmundS, las Race Relation Sunday, and the ' non-trot! $1.00...FOR A LIMITED TlME.. .STOCK UP NOW! FIR DRUG STORE Mrs. Clifford Wivell, Mrs. l , . lsubject of study will be “Minor- lity Groups and Inter-racial Co- , loperation,” Mrs. W. M. Elliott will lead in :thc study for the Wednesday meet- I’ing, assisted by ers. Nena Ro- .berts, Mrs. Myrvan Wivell and ers. Oliver Constable. In har- llnony with the subject Mrs. Loui polsoleiul 11V ‘BLLIOO'BL go lSheep.” Hostesses for the meet- , ling will be Mrs. D. R. Pittenger, 'l Mrs. C. Anderson and Mrs. L.. g; i Loughnan. x.» .. 5 9.173 :6 i’l‘cchnocracy Meeting . Slated For Saturday ' There will be a Technoeracy lmeeting in the courtrooms of the ' lcourthouse on Saturday, February 8, beginning at 2 p. m. The speak— |ers of the day will be Mr. Walter l Home .111 mod” 3:118 mm 11081121 :COI'dlally invited to attend. lGirl Scout Troop . lEnjoys Skating Party l Members"'of Girl Scout TrOop lNo. enjoyed an ice skating par- |ty last Saturday evening. Jean ' lElliott, Mrs. Milton Clothier, Mrs. ‘ 'IWilliam Stevenson and Miss Blanche Bertrand took the group ,to Olympia in their cars. lTuesday they held a-regular meet- “ ling at the Lincoln school and (learned a number of interesting ‘facts on first aid from Mrs. Lloyd lMorgan. A Valentine party is to Ibe held by the group at their next regular meeting which will be on Tuesday, February 11. :Hamburgcr . . .lb. 15c PORK Sausage . . 2-lbs. 25c :rLard . . . .lb. 8c :Breast Lamb, . . lb. 12c :‘Bacon . . . lb. 23:; Beef Hearts .. . lb. 13c PICKLED l W... {Baptist Young People iAnnounce Meetings Slated ' The young peoples group of the Baptist church have planned a. number of interesting meetings I V i h k: t '. ‘ Eplgs Feet _- . lb, 121cc glitters: l i: r '3 I- L. all those young people interested. Thursday evening there will be a regular weekly prayer service in the basement of the church be- ginning at 7:30 p. m. Saturday evening they will hold aprayer service and social fireside hour, lwhicli will also begin at 7:30 p. 1m. The meeting for Sunday eve- 'ning is scheduled to begin at 6:15 p. m. in the young peoples room. %;Saucr Kraut . . ,qt. 15c FRESH CRABand FINNAN HADDIE Activettes Hold [Regular Meeting I Mrs. Fred Snelgrovc was host- less at her home on Wednesday levelling when she entertained with at 6:30 dinner for members of the Activettes. Following dinner the 13 members in attendance enjoyed a. business and social evening. l l l 94"] Hudsons eatured Symphonic tyling "F l l l l l smooth, harmonious flow of body lines. The model shown above is the Commodore Eight Touring Sedan on 121- inclf wheelbase laud powared with 128, horsepower engine. Featured in all 1941 Hudsons is a new style development c‘alled SymphonicStyling which ,offers a choice of interior color combinations “Lil... .armonize with exterior colors. ‘All new 1941 Hudson models are lower, longer, and more graceful in “silhouette”. Noteworthy in_ the new body styling is the sweep of the. new rear deck design with the accompanying new design of rear quarter wm- dows and roof panel. This new styling in combination with a 2-inch reduction in overall body height and an increase in body length of 51/2 inches, enhances the Human ' MOTORS 1' lst & Grove, Shelton HUDSON ibridge luncheon on February 18 baker: Publicity, Mrs. Hal Briggs” On' Homcimil'lers Nicol At llaeket‘. Home Members of the Homebuildcrs .of the Baptist Church met on iTuesday evening at the Floyd Hackett home with Mrs. Otha Moore and Mrs. Howard Yule as lhostesses. The topic for the eve- Ining was discussed and study on lthc “Gospel of John" was also carried 0.1 by the 32 members in attendance. 3 Another meeting of the group February 11, at the Roy Eells rhomc With Mrs. Hag'old Chase and ers. Al Goodwin as hostesses. The topic of study will be “Bible Type." l'l‘ile meetings being at 7:30 p. m. iBu'dncss Women Meet 'wim nil-s. Gris-(tale 1 The Business and Professional “Nomcn hold}; regular meeting on Monday evening at the home of ers. Bertha Cl'isdalc lEthel h‘latner as assisting host- ess. The program for the evening Iwas study or the Central Ameri- lcan countries with Mrs. Ruby [Crane as the leader The serving of refressments at the close or the meeting were in {keeping with the evening’s stu-l l dies lVlt-chan dishes wu‘c Serv- icd. Juveniles; Hold {Valentine Party The Juveniles of the Degree of Honor met last Saturday at the paid Fellows Hall for inltlation and Ka valentine party. ":uby Paulson was initiated into tile organiza- tion. The Valentine motll was carried out in the decorations and favors. Cake and ice cream Wel‘c leiljoycd by the group, and a val- lCllllel’d exchange was held. The next meeting of the group will be lheld on February 15 at the same ‘place. Junior Legion Auxiliary ‘i'u Hold Valentine Party . .can Legion Auxiliary will meet 0.: Friday, February 7 at the Mem- orial Hall immediately following school. A short business meeting to be followed by a Valentine par- .ty is the order for the afternoon. All members are urged to remem— ‘ber to bring their valentines for exchange. iBingo Party Is 'Enjoyed \Vednesday Tile Mill Creek Home Econo- mics Club met with Mrs. Julia Jackson on Wednesday evening for a Bingo party. A very interesting and enjoyable evening was report- ed. The club will l‘lOld a pinochle party at the home of Mrs. Lucille Morrison on Friday, February 14. IThe next. regular meeting 01' the ,group will be at the home of Mrs. 'Marie Storey. Public Card. Party . ,, Next Tuesday Alter-nee The Degree of Honor is spon- soring a public card party to be lheld next Tuesday afternoon, Feb- ruary 11, in the Odd Fellows Hall. The party will begin with a 1 o’clock dessert luncheon. Games {to be in play during the after- lnoon are bridge, pinochle and ' Chinese checkers. A small ad» .mission Charge will cover the lluncheon and afternoon of cards, and a door prize as well as prizes for the various games will be a- warded. 0 Girl Scout Troop No. 0 Planning Flag Pageant Girl Scout Troop No. 3, com‘ posed of Junior High School girls, met Monday afternoon at the li- brary where they looked up mater- ial in the various reference books, regarding the flags, preparatory to flag pageant which they plan to give at the Mothers Daughters banquet to [be held sometimes in March. Meet- ing with the girls was their lead- er, Mrs. Logan Mitchell and her assistant, Mrs. Robert Tabke. Girl Scout Leaders Hold Monday Meeting Members of the Girl Scout Lead— ers met on Monday at the home of Mrs. Lloyd Morgan for their regular monthly meeting. Mrs. Hugh Hamilton and Mrs. Frank Willard, Scout Council were visitors. Mrs. Hamilton gave a very interesting talk on the organization of com- mittee councils and their coopera— tion with the leaders. Mrs. B. C. Combs Honored W'cdnesday Mrs. B. C. Combs, who is leav— ing soon for Chehalis, was the guest of honor 011 Wednesday, when the Past Presidents of the Lake Isabella Club held a meet— ing.- Hostess fer the affair was Mrs. Edna Johnson who enter— tained the group at her home, Ma- ple Beach, on Lake Isabella with a 1 o’clock luncheon and social afternoon. 'F.E.O. Meeting To Be Monday \Vith Mrs. Dichl The next .regular meeting of [Chapter B, P.E.O. will be held on Monday evening at the home of Mrs. Fred Dichl, instead of with Mrs. Alden C. Bayley as previous- lry announced. The meeting will start at 7:30 p. m. and Mrs. A. A. Stratford will give a book review. Townsend Club Meeting Monday Shelton Townsend Club No. 3 will hold a regular meeting at the Memorial Hall on Monday evening, February 10, at 8 p. m. There Will be a council meeting at 7:30, and all members of the council are urged to attend. lGirl Scout Council Meeting On Monday The February meeting of the Shelton. Girl Scout Council will be held on Monday afternoon, Feb- ruary 10, at the home of Mrs. A. E. Klassel, beginning at p. m. Following the regular business of the group there will be a discus- sion on the “Little House,” and a report of the nominating commit- tee. til 1 lill.{l.‘(.)N—l\/1AS()I\I COU NTY will be held on Tuesday evening] with Mrs. . Members of the Junior Amerl-l early American. members of the Girl, .l O Ul IN AL lnr‘griw (ll Honor lwm Meet ‘ucsilny A regular meeting of the gree of Honor will be held on Tues~ day evening at 8 o’clock at the Odd Fellows Hall with the new lpresident Mary Cormier presid— ing. All. members interested in the drill team should be present. lNcigiibors 0f Woodcraft lMeeting This ‘hursday l A regular meeting of the Neigh— bors of Woodcraft will be held this ,evening (Thursday) at the home gof Mrs. Ida Cruson beginning at 8 p. m. "Bible Class Meeting At Hamilton Home The Maryta Bible Class will meet at the home of Mrs. Hugh Hamilton on Tuesday, February ‘11, at 1:30 p. m. ’ Portland Visitor ‘ Mrs. Emery Burley spent the ,weckcnd in Portland viSlting with friends. ,HoOdspo‘rt News Brevities Show ‘ Many Activities By Betty McKiel Hoodsport, Feb. 5. — On Tues- day, February 4th, the Hood Canal Junior Women’s Club held their regular meeting at the ’home of Mrs. Ross Williams, with lher and Mrs. Maurice liaare as {hostesses The club has been in- lvited to a Valentine Party on l'l‘lursday evening, February 13th, gas guests of the Skokomisll‘Valley Juniors at the Middle Skokomisn school. Since the club did not join the State Federation of Wo- lmen’s Clubs this year it was de- lcidcd to join the Puget Sound Fed- lerated Junior Clubs. The com- :mittee for the year's program, (consisting of Doris Soule, chair- ‘man, Yvonne Bartels. Rose Dick- .inson. Betty Goodpastcr, and Mar- garet Williams) submitted aycar book which was accepted immed- iately. March 2151; was set for ;a date to give an extensch car— nival. Committees were appoint— lcd for advertising, prizes, and booth building. Gloria McKiel won the Penny Chance, which sold for 22c, and turned out to be a white pottery vaSc. Following business luncheon, and then Mrs. Williams was surprised with a pair of baby bath-room scales, loaded with ‘White wrapped gifts. Those members of the club on Wednesday evening, January th, when they met in the club ium. made. On Monday evening, February 2rd, Commercial Club met in the club room of the Hoodsport gymnas— ium. Following the business meet- ing the group enjoyed all educa- tional movie, "The Silver Stream,” a story of the Silver Salmon In- dustry in Alaska. Lunch was served by Harold Millo and Pete lAllard in the dining room of the Hoodsport school. i The Lilliwaup Sunday school is growing steadily and now has an attendance of about forty-five stu- dents each Sunday. They meet in the Lilliwaup gym, with Mr. Si- gurd Johnson as their superin- tendent. Mrs. C(lellll teaches the primary department, Mrs. John- son teaches the juniors, Mr. John- son, the Young People, and the Adult Class is taught by Mrs. Lon Vi’ebb. Anyone interested is in- vited. to attend. The Hoodsport Boy Scouts, Troop 11, will go to the Y.M.C.A. in Olympia on Wednesday evc- nzng, February 5th, to swim in the pool there. Those taking cars will be H. R. Dickinson, Bill Good— paster, H. E. Lockwood, an d oth- ers, if necessary. Dickie, Jackie, and Mary-Ann their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Seigel of Potlatch, to Woodson, Oregon, where they moved last Tuesday. The children spent the week with Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Nance of Hoodsport and Dr. and Mrs. J. Richter of Potlatch. The Ritchters took them to Oregon on Saturday. Wesley Johnson of Port Angeles 15 working at the State Testing Station in Shelton this week, and staying with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Johnson of Hoodsport. 'Mrs. Johnson and their , young daughter are in Port Angcles. The Hoodsport men’s‘ “Town Team" is playing basketball every Monday night in the gymnasium. Anyone interested in playing is invited to come. Mr. and Mrs. H. I. Millo wore dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Lew Allard of Tacoma. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Daniels are entertaining his mother, Mrs. Dan— iels of Seattle this week. Lee Dickinson started Monday lto attend a Welding School in Ta- 1 coma. I _ IGrapeview Lacks ;, January Slinshine “Deficient in sunshine" charac- terized Grapeview‘s January wea— ther, commented Observer Walter Eckert in reporting statistics on the first month's climate of 1941 in the grape growing community today. The month saw a rain total of 7.95 inches, with the 2.54- inch fall on the 17th the, greatest in 24 hours. Eighteen days saw at least one one-hundredth of an inch of precipitation. Only two days were llisted as clear, nine as partly cloudy. 20 as cloudy. , , Coldest temperature reading of lthc month was 27 degrees on the lfirs, warmest 55 degrees on the ninth. Dense fogs were noted on lthe first, 19th and 29th, light fogs |on the second, eleventh, and 27th, according to Observer Eckert‘s records. linembel's enjoyed a most delicious 7 interested made their fibre stools: room of the hoodsport gymnas-’ About twenty stools were. members of the Hoodsport‘ lScigel left Saturday to follow! ,New Facial Preparation l Dc- ' 11. Available at A new special treatment set for l lbeauty care put out by the man- lufacturers of Colonial Dames, is For Drug l "l‘lllu‘ttdagir, Vehi'ilAly f u «‘53 .41 K, l. lbeing introduced at the Fir Drug George H prctt General Sales be an ! Store this week, according to R. E. [Mt f t, 'H do W ‘Iotor ‘dgmandf' iGrenberg, proprietor. l anach o 110 u so“ i. . Car Company, held in Seattle ycs— . terday, wen Pigmon, Hudson; dealer for this territory. decla -' ' Hudson will numeric. l The new treatment consists of étwo Colonial Dames creams which ‘ provide the proper combination for ,wintry, roughening weather. An that ladvcrtisement in today‘s Journal llaunch carries more details on the offer. lore—Spring the company has yet u rtukeii !in preparation for what is believ- ‘ed will be the most active early spring market the automobile in- dustry has yet known. The meet— ing was one of 51 similar gather- ings now being held throughout the country, Mr. Piginon said. World On Wheels .‘i‘otiay Commenting upon the aims of the program Pigmon said: “It‘ ilatch. H. J. Hussmans moved into should not be forgotten that thel the house vacated by Stewarts automobile itself is an important; when they moved to litenton. The factor in speeding up the nation‘s Gadleys, who had formerly resided productive forces. The world is in Hoodsport, moved into thelon wheels today and motor cars‘ .housc in which Hussmans had [have their own task to do in de- lived, and Pacgels moved into the fame activities by enabling mczi hOUSe formerly occupied by Mrs. lto reach their jobs easily and re— Anna smith. turn home to their families again Mr. and M,.S_ Fred Siegel moved for rest and recreation. Then to Woodsom Oregon, where Mr_ .too, it is only througha healthy Mr. Siegel has gone into business. {Vomme 0f 119171131 bugmcss that gThCy left on January 22nd. Dr, our defense program cail'be made Eancl Mrs. Richter took the Siege] p°$§ible and pafd for and “0137131 .children to their new home on Sat— busmess mday ‘5 geared to auto' urday. Chester Woodworths mdv; mobile transportation“ With this :cd into the house vacated by Sie— m mmd We, are pmpm'mgi by this gels. merchanolsmg program,’ to place I A surprise farewell party was our selling organization in peel- held in the school gym for Dick, Jack, and Mary Ann Siegel on January 30. Built around the ,themc of a circus party, the chil- ‘dl'ell spe‘nt the afternoon playing‘ ganimal games and enjoying a fish lpond. The guests of honor Were {pi‘cscntedeith many gifts. As- ;sisting Mrs. Tompkins in serving, were Mrs. Kay Simmons and Mrs..l ,H. J. Hussman. ‘ ; l The Potlatch Social Club was, lcntertained on February 4th by Mrs. J. Simmons. at the school- house. Threc tables of contract were played, high score going to Mrs. Sisley; second high to Mrs. E. Carlson. Mrs. Tyler received the galloping goose. Miss Esther Carlson was a guest of the club. l Mrs. H. J. Hussman is the new! jPotlatch school clerk, with Mrs.' ,Bill Smith as the new member. ' Elizabeth Hussman and Donald' ;Tompkins have had perfect at- ,tendance at school for the first isomester. New pupils at school ,are Earl. and Ray Gadley, former- lly of Hoodsport. l I l lPotlatch People x Move Frequently During- Januaryl Potlatch, Feb. 5. — January has been a month of moving in Pot- ,‘Hobo’ Party At Agate Grange Is J Highly Enjoyed By Mrs. Mary Matthes l Agate, Feb. ,5. A most en- jovable night of fun was had by :all present at Agate Grange Sat— urday night, which was Hobo ‘rNight. All were dressed to repre- sent the character. Games and quizz questions were enjoyed, af- ter which a delicious Slipper was served the hobos. i Ray Mead, who is in the CCC )camp at Quilcene, spent the week~ :end at home with his parents. Mrs. E. Hawkinson, Mrs. 'T. , Hovind and son and ers. M. Mat- ‘ lthes enjoved a visit with Mr. and E Mrs. H. W. Welch Tuesday after- noon. . The Agate Grange will give a dance Saturday, February 8. Good music and fun is assured. I Adolf Frank. who has been on the sick list for some time, re-' [turned to camp to work‘ this week. Mr vanrl Mrs. F‘ CM“! "M." Don Paulson and daughter, visit-. led C. P. urmurods Cu..ou lug“-.. J The people around Concord Beach are all thrilled, as the elec— tricity IS being extended to them. Mr. and Mrs. G. Herrington and less lda Hedrickson of Tacoma, were visitors of Mr. and Mrs. H. Welch Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Art Peterson and children ’of Tacoma and Marie Jacoby of Olympia, and Wendell Bloom of Olympia, spent Sunday Iwith their father, J. F. Jacoby. Mr. Jacoby returned to Tacoma with the Petersons for a visit., l l I cleaned. HEEL INJURY TREATED Palmer Roberts, McCleary Tim- ber employe, was admitted to the Shelton hospital Vl’cdnesday for _trcatmcnt of a minor heel injury. ch was released today. l l I Dependable Performance day after is what makes a refrigerator thrifty and con- venient—«and you get it in a G—‘E! Low Operating Cost means savings month after month—and you get it in a G-E! Long Life means a lasting investment~and you get it in a G-E! Of course you also get the size and the features you want in a G-E—and now at lowest prices in history. This bedofiffil ‘new $‘ If)“ 6-! Model l . ROBBINS? ELECTRIC «ea-2.. .- ' ~ . . the (I of ob You WANT mosr or All. IN A REFRIGERAToR? in so :1 “l 'lldson United States aIO of 1941 model cars a OFT! of the cut; mcstic production. course, themselves cvidcn, son's recent \Vll'llllng " the field. of safct /( CAMP L} H. P. plnittcia to l for treatment. ting increase '. “W'itll the no Davis, Camp; , A'l‘lllf .. 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