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Top I" to fast. curry lhi' ' :cuse. ‘ 8 Mill esday. eetin Julia J agoon Mrs. 1'1 th high 6 their . , were ‘ W e er 0.4 lenys i Sday, M‘a‘rch 1 rs. Brad lcy creek Community Club rs. Ella Bradley lust March 19, for a bust» g- There worc ‘i‘ preSent and the alivi‘» nspent planning quilt gon the reed baskets. rehlef shower was hcld ackson, Mrs. Flor- Lucillé- rs. Bradley won the i and Mrs. by Mrs. Bernice Jan~ tonight, March 9 music room of the school. W'cdncsdnjc rehezirsai of both and til“ i t gmhestra is scheduled :30 v .. » antat for \VOlk o.. till. Holy Wee: t0 be held during ‘ 1mm“. 0, . Royal at the Odd Follows‘ “rSday, March 2o, to 40th anniversary. PlaYQd and rcfrcsh—i ‘ l Villll'y—(‘luliili “'clldiiig “old in Early January A "3‘ A {Tumor pmty girl-n for 20 ‘ a? Mrs. Mag-linoghle mm ““S Y'clzitivcs rind i-losc l‘ricnds {it the mght M e torcy Si Tues“ Hotcl Olympian in Olvmpia Sat< won’ arCh Honors ‘ ‘ ' urdziy ci'cnino' and Mrs. An: March by Mr. Johnson of Brem- nionth sccrct (iwziy. The mar— riage was solcninizcd in Tacoma (it. tho homo oi‘ th.m itcvi‘i‘clid For- rest Tihbitts, former Sholton pus- tol'. on tho «rvi'ljnng‘ of January 10, ill-ll. Mr. and Mrs. Hcrbcrt " Olympia wore the wit- ncsscs. Mr. Loizir-r is tho uncle of thc groom. Mrs. Valley, :in attractive blond, .’chose :1 military bliio silk crcpc xl’lfi’ll'ldl'css with linilhcml trim. Hcr (-orsagu was of orchids. Mrs. Laz‘ icl' worc n wine silk crcpc frock with :i gardcnin coi‘sagc. e , V The bridc is :1 "'rnduntc of the meeE'CIVOd'.- mgu‘ar i Purific Luthcrnn T301100? and a a mg Will be held . "‘ April 3 at 8 Oiflmk at , tcnchcr at tho Lincoln school. The Fellows Han ‘grooni attcndmi the local schools iand graduated with tho class of "' Ho :ittcndcd busincss col— logo in Swilth {Llld now employ- .ed by lziyonivl' lncorporutcd. National Scrvirc .lmuguc ITO Hold Social Meeting The National Scrvicc League Of Shelton Will hold a social evening .l\'lo;iduy, March 31. Ill. the home 10f Miss Betty Collier. The pur- 1posc cf the mowing will be to ‘cxplnin thc function and aims of the organization to 2111 interested ‘ ‘womcn. Tho nicoting will start u lot will) and any one intcrosted is lcorditllly invited to attend. The League was organized to tr a i n ,women and girls so in case of any icniorgcncy in the community or ,stntc, they land (iblc to give uid. would bc organized Daughtch Of Pionccrs Hold Regular Bloating The Daughters of the Pioneers lheld thoir rcglilur meeting with iMrs. Minnie B. Mcycrs Friday, lMarch 21. ling business mccting plans were imudc for the annual meeting in ,April and the election of officers ‘at that time. It was decided the At the very interest- Ycar Project would be {assisting For her weddingv mm may“... “WWW. P H O N E 100 lLincoln P.-T. A. Reports lThursday Meeting A large crowd attended the regular meeting Of the Lincoln lP.-T. A. last Thurzday. The meet- ling opened in the usual manner ,‘by singing “America,” and the 'flag salute which was led by two iGirl Scouts. pils presented a number of folk songs and dances. The numbers ,rendcred were: “I See l“Dancing Together,” “Clap, Clap, iCurtsoy," “The Dance Lesson by {Hansc Gretel.” Miss Week’s sec- ;0nd grade gave a 2—act dramatiza- gtion of “Little Sambo.” l Miss Johnson‘s second grade lwas awarded the flag for the liicxt month for having the largest gnumber of mothers present. Miss 'Shortcr gave a well rounded, most ,instructivc and interesting talk on “‘Junior High." The association presented a radio-phonograph to the Lincoln school to be used for their music appreciation. The ex- ecutive board reported the follow- ‘becn named, Mrs. Roy Rector, .‘ chairman, Mrs. Ada Clothier, Miss Alda Johnson, and Miss Blanche Bertrand. Mrs. Herb Angle, budget and finance chairman, reported $111.37 had been raised during the tag sale. The entire amount goes to the hot lunch fund. The L. M. Style show raised $80.10, half of which goes to the Lincoln and half to the Bordeaux P.-T. A. general fund. It was moved and seconded a vote of thanks be sent to the L. M. for the privilege of sponsoring their style show. The mothers of the two fourth grades served a lovely tea. during the social hour. Mrs. A. J. Downer and Mrs. S. E. Sawyer were in charge. Miss Armsfield, the two fourth grade teachers poured. The ta- bles were very beautifully deco- rated with spring flowers. The new radio-phonograph was tried out and greatly enjoyed. Shelton Garden Club Holds Interesting Meet A regular meeting of the Shel- ton Garden Club was held Monday at the Masonic Temple. Mrs. Ed Ahern of Skokomish Valley gave a talk on “Building of Lath Hous- es or Shade Houses for Flowers;” Mrs. C. E. Aunacrcs talked on “Roses,” and Mrs. R. E. Brown spoke on “Bird Sanctuarys And the Feeding of Birds During the lNiNA'ENGELSENfMALIOR WOOD WED SATURDAY AT FORT LEWIS One of the most beautiful wed-{i Idings of the season united Miss; jNina Engelson of Olympia andl iMajor Francis Otis Wood of Fort. Miss Johnson's second grade pu- You,” . ing nominating committee had- Miss Mark andl EStcvcns, Oregon, Saturday after- inoon, March at 4 p. m. The Iceremony was held at the Fort J. Smith officiating, and was held with all the beauty and smart- ness of a military affair. lvery lovely brunette, was given lin marriage by ward Engelsen. The bride made a beautiful picture in a Schiaparcl- li model of wedding ring white satin with a sweetheart neckline, tight bodice, and the new low waistline, Shirred where the yoke and skirt joined. She had a six-foot train ltened to her head with a coronet iof seed pearls. Her only orna- ment was a three-strand necklace Iof pearls, in addition to a watch given her by the groom. She car- 'ried a sheaf of miniature calla ililies and lilies of the valley. 1 Before the ceremony, Newton C. Badcr of Olympia sang, ac- companicd on the organ by Mrs. A. C. Baker. The soft strains of Mendelssohn wedding march coming from the organ in the 'balcony at the rear of the Chapel added to the impressiveness of the ceremony. Miss Grace Engelsen of Van- couver, Wash, a sister of the bride, was maid-of—honor and she was attractive in a Mainbocher model, featuring Grecian lines in luggage shade jersey. Miss Ava lSpangle of Olympia, cousin of the bride, Miss Clare Engelsen of lShelton, sister of the bride, and “Mrs. Roy Loughnan and Mrs. Hal Briggs, both of Shelton were bridesmaids. They too, wore ‘Mainbocher models of jersey styl- red in the same way as the maid- ;of—honor’s dress. Miss Spangle and Mrs. Briggs wore maize yel- low and Mrs. Loughnan and Miss Engelsen wore daffodil yellow, The maid-of—honor’s bouquet was .a sheaf of yellow rose buds and 'the bridesmaids’ bouquets were sheafs of Talisman rose buds. All the attendants wore matching French lace gloves and a two- strand necklace of pearls, both ‘being gifts from the bride. All [wore hats by Agnes, to match ‘ithc colors of their dresses, made 'of natural straw trimmed with :ribbon and veils to match their respective dresses. Mrs. Ed Engelsen, mother of the bride, was very attractive with her lovely white hair in a Chanel model of smokey pink crepe trim- her father Ed-. i -t' veil, fas—. and wore a finger 11) ,Miss Helen SHELTON—MASON COUNTY JOURNAL ception were Mr. and Mrs. Ed- ward Engelsen, Major and Mrs. Wood, Miss Grace Engelsen, Miss Ava. Spangle, Miss Clare Engel- isen, Mrs. Roy Loughnan and Mrs. gHal D. Briggs. iwas a four-tiered cake all in pure Lewis Chapel with Chaplain Ralph ‘ The bride's cake white and centered the table which was decorated with two bowls at either side of the cake with blush pink calla lilies and l Miss Engelsen who is a tall and €gardeniasi With TOWS 0f garden' ias radiating from the cake. The first piece of cake was cut with the bridegroom’s saber, as is the military custom. Assisting with the reception as ' Ihostesses were Mrs. David L. Ruf- fner, Mrs. W. G. Wyman and Mrs. Samuel H. Fisher, all of Fort Lewis; Mrs. Newton C. Bader, iMrs. Charles Maybury and Mrs. E. J. Hanzlik of Olympia, and Wirta of Chehalis. Mrs. William Sullivan of New- burg, Oregon, cousin of the bride, and Miss Susan Engelsen of Wil- -bur, aunt of the bride, assisted with the cutting and serving Of the cake; Mrs. Agnes Calvert of Olympia and Mrs. Adella Rex of Shelton, poured, and Miss Patricia Rhodes of Shelton and Miss Phyl- lis Davidson of White Star, were 'in charge of the guest book. Following the reception and wedding which was attended by approximately 200 friends of the couple, Major and Mrs. Wood left for a 15-day trip to the south, after which they will be at home at Fort Stevens where Major 'Wood is stationed at present. For going away, Mrs. Wood wore smokey blue Strook’s Llama cloth coat, with a baby fox col- lar over a winter white dress of French knitted jersey, a large blue felt hat, and navy accessor- ies. She wore a blue orchid on her coat. Mrs. Wood is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward EngclScn of Almira and is a graduate of the Journalism department at Wash- ington State College, where she affiliated with Alpha Chi Omega social sorority. She has been Thurston County court reporter for several years, and is an active member of Zonta International, the Order of Amaranth, and Order of Eastern Star president and other social and fraternal organ- izations. She also lived in Shel- ton for a few years, where she was employed by Rayonier Inc. Major Wood is the son of Fran- cis E. Wood of Alburquerque, New Mexico, and graduated from West Point Military Academy in New York, in 1918. The bride’s many friends in Shelton are invited to view her e‘ . t remove dirt, gspots, _ are °dern e(filly IFSON COUNTY .. All . DR I LAUNDRY ‘thc Shelton Garden Club in any way possible in thcir decoration lof Railroad Avenuc. A donation M r Y iof $2.00 was made for this cause. ' iThc ncxt mccting will be held .‘ x .J lwitl: Mrs. thtic Hodge at Franklin Etl‘f‘fét on Thursday, “.Apl'd 17., . alns‘ With safety. Fa- pl‘eserved. Mrs. Daniéls' Birthilziy .Honorcil By Dilliglitor Mr. and Mrs. Gone Martin on- :tertaincd at their home Sunday with a family gathering and par- ly‘ in honor of Mrs. William Dan- ;icls' 70th birthday 1Mrs. Daniels is Mrs. Martin‘s m0- thcr. Tho 20 members gathering for the occasion wore Mrs. B. F. Nccly and five Cl’llldl‘t‘ll from jCcnti‘nlin. Mr. and Mrs. Walter .Dnnills :indi‘aiiiily. Mr. and Mrs. ‘T'Ilillis l'mnicls and family. VVil— Ilizlm Danicls and Jesse, Dmiicls, .tlu‘ ll'lillll"v’.‘(l ,'?,‘il(‘St., Mrs. Daniels, and the hosts Mir. zind Mrs. Mar- tin. r530": original col- " Clothes by re- greasy soil! methods clean “and leave no Cleaning Odor.” PHONE 88 Y CLEANERS . tic‘ arrangement of .Qumce in a black bowl, Mrs. Wal- lwedding party left the altar un- .a specimen of white early flower- ,jor H. J. McChrystal, Major J. J. anniversary. ‘ the awarding of the contract foriushers, best man and groom all ‘to attend and buy the plants. Winter.” A paper “Aquatic .med in silver, with a feather hat Plants” was read by Mrs. E. H. lthe same shade and wearing a Faubert, and Mrs. Frank Bishopmatching veil. The hat was a read a. paper on “The Treatment iJohn Frederick hat. and she wore of Soil With Formaldehyde." In ‘a, single orchid. the flower judging contest Mrs.l Major W. G. Wyman, classmate l Faubert won first with an artis-lof Major Wood‘s was his best Japanese Iman. Following the ceremony the ~ tcr Kullrich took second with an‘lder the traditional arch of sabres. arrangement of daffodils and yel- Ushers for the wedding includ— low jasmine in a blue bowl. Hon- ed- Lieutenant—Colonel David L. orable mention was received foriRuffner, Major C. A. Frank, Ma- ing Spirea. ‘Burns, Major Gerald St. C. Mickie Mrs. Frank Bishop announced 'and Captain T. W. Carrithers. The the sprinkling system on the re- wore their blue uniforms, whichI manning two blocks of Railroadfalso added to the lovely back- avenue. It is expected the work ground of the wedding. Will be done in the next ten days! The chapel was beautifully deco-. and be ready for the planting of‘rated with pink, white, light or-l shrubs. A committee was ap~’chid, lavender and yellow snap-' pomtcd for the spring plant sale I dragons and stock, and the same which will be held in the first‘color scheme was carried out for' part of April. The public is urged l the reception which was held in- lthe Officer’s Club, following the. A bus load of Garden Club wedding. members will leave Friday morn- In the receiving line at the re- ing at 8:30 and will attend the National FIOWer Show in Seattle gifts at the Capitol Apartments, home of Mrs. E. J. Hanzlik this week. Sheltonites Hear Olympia. Choral Group Ten Sheltonitcs grouped toge- ther Monday and attended the an- nual concert of the Olympia La- dies Choral group held at the First Christian Church. The in— teresting concert was greatly on— joyed. The program was divided into three groups, the first “Sac~ red Songs;” second “Art Songs,“ and third “Songs of the Centur— ies,” gave the public a well round- ed evening of entertainment. The director was Mrs. Ralph Carlson, accompanist, Mrs. Frank Hunt, and the commentator, an addition which is very desirable, was Mrs. Harold Carpenter. Mrs. W. C. Gross, member of the Choral and former member of thc Shelton Women‘s Chorus, invited the Shelton ladies to her home after the Concert for a delightful get-together. Dainty refreshments were served by the hostess. Mrs. Oscar Dam of Ed- monds, sister of Mrs. Gross, is visiting her at this time. Those attending from Shelton were the Mesdames: Doris Duyff, Alice Palmer, Margueretta Fer- werda. Beth Johnson, Ann Eacrctt, Lorene Hallgrimson, Anna Knee? land, Lea Middlcbrooks, Bernice Stewart, and Bird Dobson. Shelton Association To Journey To Elma All members from the Women’s Benefit Association will travel to Elma Wednesday, where Dr. Rey- nolds will give free medical ex- aminations to the members. Dr. Reynolds is from Port Heron, Michigan, and she is also the head of the organization. Shelton mem- bers will join with members from Elma, Montesano, and Aberdeen for lunch in the Elma lodge, fol- lowing which the examinations will be given. All interested in going are requested to phone Mrs. Bill Shelton before 9:30 Wednes— day morning. Matlock Ladies Club To Hold May Fair The Matlock Ladies Club ‘is busy making final arrangements for their annual May Fair. The entry fee for each club is one dollar. Mrs. Lillian Portman, ex- hibit committee, requests all clubs wishing entry blanks to write Mrs. Dora Hearing not later than April lst. All exhibits are to be brought to the Matlock Grange Hall by 1 o’clock the afternoon before the fair, and will be left in place un- til 10:00 p. m. the day of the fair. The definite date of the Fair will be announced soon. St. David's Guild To Hold Lenten Tea The St. David's Guild and Aux- iliary of the Episcopal Church, will hold their Lenten Tea this 'Wednesday at the home of Mrs. C. I. Pritchard. This is for reg- ular members and will be held at o’clock. Methodist Circles To Meet TVednesday lMeeting Monday The P.E.O. held a regular bi- Christian lmonthly meeting Monday at the home of Mrs. Alden C. Bayley. Mrs. Herbert Angle gave a paper Women’s Service will be held Thursday at 1 p.m. Following are the meeting H places of the different circles. Cir— 0“ women Acne-9589“ clc No. 1 with Mrs. J. W. Graham, l 1427 Summit Drive; Circle No. 2 with Mrs. Harvey Hale, 1376 'Oly'mpic: Circlc No. 3 Mrs. W. H. . Snelgrovc, 611 Birch; Circle No.l 4 Mrs. Bertie Railroad. The originally scheduled for Wednes- ‘Baptist Women’s Union To Attend Tacoma Meet. not hold their regular missionary, meeting this Wednesday, as many! of the ladies plan to attend the‘ Association meeting to be hcld1 in Tacoma that day. Mothers 0f Troop Slate Another Meeting 25 will hold another meeting on‘ April 2 with Mrs. M. A. Clothier; at 2 o’clock. All mothers of, Troop are urged to be in attendance who thcr they are , members of the club or not. 1 Rebekah Social Club Slates Regular Meeting hold its regular meeting nesday at 1:45 at the Odd Fellows Hall. The club will complete their plans for the dessert luncheon and apron display to be held on April _, Lots WATERFRONT PRDPERTY Within 2 Miles of Sliclton Wilbert 6.321th I, .WALKER PARK Depend on me, Dad!” That nightl When yOu,r ith Thea “per and d TII y telephone call you make to the family 6 away from home—it means a lot to ’ as Well. as to you! he value of messages SUCl’l as these can’t be Sured_ H The time, Bell System scientists, engineers and . fol tfizfg People are finding ways to give more service elePhone dollar; to make the scrvxce do more, 0 it better, for more pCOPIC- E P “ch": TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY Acreage Iin a group. Maxwell not later than Wednes- day. Mrs. William Wenner of Port Angeles was chosen to rep- resent the Olympic Peninsula at the flower show and will have an exhibit there. Mrs. Merritt C. Kaphingst became a new mem- ber of the club Wednesday. Mrs. Bennett was a guest of Mrs. H. M. Wivell at the mccting. \Vinsor-Rima “leading Held In February Coming as a surprise to the family and many friends was the February marriage of Harry Win: sor, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. Win- sor, and Barbara A. Rima. They were married in Moscow, Idaho, Sunday, February 23, 1941. Mrs. Winsor attended W.S.C. and is now employed as assistant City Clerk in Pullman. She is the. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Rima of Pullman. The young couple will make their home in Pullman where Mr. Winsor is a student at W.S.C. but will re- turn to Shelton during the sum- mer vacation. Eagles Auxiliary Hold Regular Meeting The Eagles Auxiliary held their regular meeting Monday, March 24. at the Odd Fellows Hall. There was a large lattendance present and plans were completed for the 800181 club luncheon to be held at the new Moose Hall at First and Railroad, Wednesday morn- ing, March from 11:30 to 1 P- In All Eagles and friends are inVited to attend as funds from the luncheon will help buy new uniforms for the drill team. Jim- mie McArthur, district manager of the men’s acrie was a visitor and brought several numbers for the; program which was very much el.1JOyecl. An organized. potluck luncheon was served to about 100 people. The tables were beauti- fully decorated with daffodils and greens. Improving C._G. Smith has been confined to his home with a slight attack of pneumonia for the past week. He is much improved but not al- IOWed to have visitors yet. Shelton Visitors Mrs. Wm. Cummings and daugh- ter, former Shelton residents, are visiting with Mr. and Mrs. S..A. 130 S. Thirdl-Iatcher and family. m Those wishing to iattcnd are urged to call Mrs. Wm. ers. H. H. Halbert Entertains Club ' Mrs. H. H. Halbert entertained the Agate Sewing Club at her ‘Spencer Lake home on Wednes- day, March 19. Four club cm- bers' birthdays were honored. The ‘hOStCSS served a delicious chick~ .en dinner with all the trimmings. ’with a special decorated cake for the honored guests. The sewing lclub presented each honor guest with a present and the hostessl presented each honored lady with a corsage and card. The after- noon was spent with sewing and visiting. Those present for the occasxon were the Mesdames: Ruby Clark, Helen Guyer, Andre- na Hawkins, Erma Hayworth, Jennie York, Elsie Vanderwal, Gy— neth Auseth, Ellen Auseth, Flos- sie Auseth. the hostess' two daughters from Aberdeen were guests of the club and the host— ess, Mrs. Halbert. Mrs. Ella Mott Honored With Birthday Party Mrs. Frank Guyer and Mrs. John Vanderwal were joint host- ,esses at a birthday party at the Vanderwal home on Thursday, March 20th, honoring Mrs. Ella Mott. A luncheon was served with two lovely cakes the center of attraction. Those present to help her celebrate were Mrs. Ber- tha Rood, Madeline Rood, Mrs. Ruby Clark, Mrs. Jennie York, Mrs. Edna Johnson of Maple Beach, the honored Mott and the hostesses Mrs. Van- derwal and Mrs. Guyer. Friends Gather To Honor Mrs. Ida. Cruson On Thursday. March 20, a group of friends gathered at the home of Mrs. Ida Coruson to help her celebrate her birthday. Those ga- Mrs. David Getty, Miss Rae Knott, Mrs. Mervin ' Getty, Mrs. Wm. Cowling, Sr.. Mrs. Hazel Tiffany, Mrs. Carl Hellman, Mrs. Roy Get- ty, Mrs. Margaret McKay and the honored guest, Mrs. Cruson. The ladies presented Mrs. Cruson with a lovely gift. A luncheon was served with a birthday cake the main attraction. V.F.W. Sewing Club Slates Regular Meeting The V.F.W. Sewing Club will meet Friday, March 28, with Mrs. Art Mackey in Skokomish Valley. Mrs. Ralph Pigg will be assist- ing hostess. guest, Mrs. thering were‘ Mrs. Patty Burkew , l l l Page Three . H I l 1 P.E.O. Holds The Circle meetings of the1 Society for Leaves For Home Waitesburg, Washington. McKinney, meetings were day. but were Changed because Miss Lois Mell left Tuesday of the funeral on Wednesday for morning, March 25’ by train for Mrs. McGuire's mother. Washington, D. C. She will be Mrs. Alice Gorham loft Mon- day, March 17 for her home at Mrs. 1107iGorham had been visiting her daughter, Mrs. M. C. Zintheo. Leaves For \Vgldngton, D. C. employed in the Civil Service, na- vy department, upon arrival there. The Baptist Women's Union will - MILLO’S . QUALITY! 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