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March 27, 1941     Shelton Mason County Journal
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g: iMarch ’ = , 1.94 .1. l‘vlatlock People April first is next meeting date Marc . 19h.” Sell you'll Have ocial Club l' cum“ W m- Meetin , ant-Ads. ‘for the Dayton Community Club. t-y ‘ Meeting will start at 8 o’clock fogagneglllxb. Tuesday evenintga A attend— at r ance IS expec e as ere's a evening ~ HouqeiTruth or Consequence party on down, I 0 M E ’ k k for entertainment. It promises to Mrs, ,be lots of fun, so everyone make 153' Mr“- A. E- Lomk“ {an effort to come out, for an Portman staying at her daughter's during her illness. SHELTON—MASON and preaching following. Cottage prayer meeting was held nesday night at the Osmun home. Mrs. Jim Churchill is ill home suffering a nervous ofM Wed- at her break— atlock is , home he] ' - . . . , . , , PdWlttg 1311's, N S 1116710” Marc” 2‘3- “ .VOUVc evening of enjoyment. Ladies arei Mr, and Mrs, Whitley ’éhcious « wondered whkeri: 'lots Déiyiton requested to bring pies. ,and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Wamsle}I by the h 0""33llllgfind Ctrglérilvg‘zi’ Charles Hinton is sick in bed, of Hillcrest, 'were dinner guests —,fi—— Veni t T 8100 Br‘na‘tggoslé “Whiter which is ,where he has been for some time. gloélday five.ng at the George Ithel's UT 1 en erII‘lS v .1,~ a -. t1 gcho’oihouse An iBest wishes for a speedy reeov- 0 man omn. Ieeting ‘lirili’tml‘ldsteldf ’in the mattressb-llery' V Mz-‘s' H' calf-5.0“ (.md grandson ‘ Mrs. Mary Wilson and famuy Garfield Robbins, are newcomers m<k'n art, ‘s ‘nvited to visit, an , , . J 1 g 1 1 L 'spent Sunday in Olympia, helping IMr. and Mrs. S. J. Wilson cele- ‘brate their Golden Wedding anni- versary. ‘ Clifford Wilson is working at the MeCleary skating rink. . Miss Little and Miss Yottnr of ‘the Dayton center knows all the answers. MILLIONS USE THIS-7 i Get relief from acid-indigestion ITake Bisma—Rex, the 4-action ants Iacid powder which neutralizes ,. Seattle, and Mr, Yotter of Brem- :acid. expels gas, relieves heart- ,ertom spent Monday evening V15- i hum and soothes the StomaCh. Buy i iting their uncle and aunt, Mr. IBisma-Rex, a 50-dOSe bottle for and Mrs_ Arthur Hayes. :“able Rates DELAY the Delbert Mrs. Carson tlier. Mrs. .S. Robbins. and 1John Hoffer of Tacoma, called at home Kirk Sunday. and Mrs. Robbins are sisters and ldaughters of Mrs. Carson. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Lamb and family spent Sunday visiting at Spanaway with Mrs. Lamb‘s mo— in the community from Tacoma. Mr. and also Mrs. Kirk Chickens are keeping the Ray- l’Wi—iétwooes on At COUNTY JOURNAL Belfair Related By Mrs. Gladys Irving Belfair, March 26. Mrs. home on Sunday. Mr. and Verdon Savage and daugh- Rodgmsiter Patricia, visited the Baldwin Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Miekleson called Sunday evening Irving home. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Harris and Harm-S at the Lloyd Davis picnicked on the Ta- huya River Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Albert ROSe andlI daughter Agnes and son Kenneth. visited their daughter Mrs. ‘better now. Savage and family. Luke Barber and Mrs. Sundberg of Seattle visited M12, Ray Alice Irving home Monday evening. Wedding bells are ringing on Saturday for two of our Belfair young people. More news of the wedding next week. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Colton and 'family. and an uncle Bert Colton from Bremerton, visited the Earl Johnson home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Kay Thompson, who were married recently, were visiting relatives and friends in Belfair over the weekend. Mrs. Irving visited Mrs. Glen and daughter Allis, Tues- day. Mrs. J. C. McKinney who has Ibeen ill for some time, is much Sam Theler's new tavern is ,nearing completion, and will soon move in. and Mrs. Tom Frazier over thci week-end. Luke Barber Frazicr's son. Mr. and Mrs. is Mrs. ‘ Edwin Miekleson 1 Phone Calls Doubled Since the advent of the dial tele- phone. the number of calls has are having a new oil range in— i doubled, twice as many linemen are ./ ._... CHRISTIAN SCIENCE in all Churches of Christ, Scicn- God's universe itist, Sunday, March 30. Golden Text: “The Lord hath brought forth our righteousness: come, and let us declare in Zion -the work of the Lord our God'H (Jeremiah 51:10). ', Among the citations which com- ‘ prise the Lesson-Sermon is the ,following from the Bible: “But as 1thing in ‘eternal and by nothing ,(p.331:11~13;16;20-22). i __~,. Gallic Stronghold Tournal in holds. nor ear heard, neither have on— ,tered into the heart of man, the -things which God hath prepared 'for them that love him. But Godi 'hath revealed them unto us by: his Spirit: for the Spirit search—v Say It and Happiness eludes the following passages from ‘ Ethe Christian Science textbook, 1 “Science and Health with Key to? lthe Scriptures" by Mary Baker: Iit is written, Eye hath not seen, . .E _ _.. - _. I age Five . . .. .. . ".3313: Hollows that nothing possesses “Reality” is the subject of theireality nor existence except the Lesson—Sermon which will be read 1divine Mind and His ideas. Every- cxpress~ cs Him. He is all-inclusive. and is reflected by all that is real and else" the Fourih century was one of the chief Gallic strong- WITH FLOWERS I They Bring Comfort eth all things, yea, the deepl . , ., FUNERAL DESIGNS AND things of God (I Cor.2.9,10). . HOSPlTAL BOUQUETSK The Lesson-Sermon also in- Delive'sd anywhere, anytime Travis Floral Slop Shelton Hardware Bldq. I ’50c at the Rexall Drug Store —-—l Every Sunday at the Dayton . at. . - ~ . . . i . . . . Isons and Leigel brothers busy e Killed 1‘} “1011‘ home- employed. and operators have m- Eddy: “The. . criptures imply that‘ Phone 232 270-w - iGOIdOn s Shelton Phaunacy. church, Sunday. school at 10.30 these days. Mrs. nggs was a can“. at the creased from 190000 to 300.000. God. is Animal}. From this it I . .oo’oooo0.00.90.00.M.00.00‘9‘.0“06....Ov.o¢.ot.oo.oo.oo.o|‘ot.ov.o 0.0I.»0.00.”.9D'N.».o§.n‘«.oo.“.«. o. o. . O . u. o .00....06.06'01‘. 'O.0....0‘ov.09.0t.0v.0~.0y.- 93......3»;..o..».».n.o~.».».c“on. O u. .u. t. 0.... o. . ' 3.9.", .00. o.o_:.or.oc.oI.o~.oh.ov.oe.ov.oo.oo.oo.oo. r. . :3: 1:: Of. :2: 0;. r m . :2: OF fllllEf FOR THIS 0 2: ~ 0:. . .f. l Purchases made Friday will not appear on the March statement 2;: ' ' - :E: In (mame Enter the @%L.. 1 NAVY! GIRLS’ DRESSMAKING comm n . , . :é: . Begins March 28 and Closes April 25th RULES OF THE CONTEST II. I 1—--Open to girls between the ages of 14 and 18 only. 2E: Z—All dress entries must be made by girls themselves . . . 3. no outside help. f: , , 3~~Any-kind and grade of material may be used. ‘g‘ The Eng favorites 4w0nly entrance requirement is a sales slip showing pur- :: of the Fashion chase of materials in our Dry Goods Department. I Black .g. 5~Contest closes April 25th at 5:30. Entries must be in . .' If: “106 for by that time to be judged. W Elastzcwcd .g. Spring PRIZES will be on display in Window and in Dry Goods Dept. th 3: ' O ' 5 to 9 3; We count them all important in the stock of ew Clothes 2;: from which I 3: you can choose 1%: . It’s Air-Ste s .g. your own 55% Aw Step for 7) :32 Wardrobe . fig 6 9;- 5o $ . 2) Easter Style . . . 3; here and now!! 3 ~ . ,x, , , New lmcs, 1' New materials ' l . . 1' . 0:9 New Data“ Black Kid 3: ‘ I Tunnel Heel 3. Dressy and .5. tailored 63 I When you see the new Timely and Curlee Suits for o? ' H , ” Spring which we have recently placed on display, you >3. :3: Lovame will realiZe that smart styling and immaculate fit are 1“: .3. The Shoe Black not the exclusive monopoly of high-priced clothes. 23' ' , , with the Gabmdl ' v I 3, ‘ '0 Our Suits for Spring are styled to insure your being .3. . Med. heel correctly attired and well groomed. Selected materials I." .;. . and careful expert workmanship guarantee both wear- :2: ing quality and comfortable, easy fit. .f 31 D We Show both single and double breasted models in a ,‘p , ~§~ complete range of styles and sizes. Among them you ",1. :3: are sure to find one or‘more suits that exactly meet .g. your requirements. And they’re all moderately priced. N Blade Come in and see these new Suits for Sprin . 8' . ) g .x. Gaming i450 a on . V ,, ....... n Quarter $4.00 g: , .3. :3: 0:0 1:2 ‘ 0;. f. ccmficr‘l’... 51"qu 2;: : 2;; Air Ste; :2; UNTRIMMED l . shown .:. luc Gabmdmc . 5' Casually dressup to qizo 9 $4 .3. coat‘ in Navy ' .i. twill or celors-~ Black Gabar ' c. l-f .,-.. ' (lmc (l I orma . 3. for fur accessory! Boys er Girls to size 10 g. Black Calf . Tan Calf. Low heel :2: l l 0:. SUITS . . . p OXFORD Leather sole .__.3.45 Harringbone tweed Crepe sole .... .. 3.95 .3. or Shetland wool. :3. Three button, sin- o .;. gle breasted. Sharkskin Tip :1 ' Sizes 12 to ‘ .3. ° BOYSH GIRLS!!! .g. 0:. 222 . 6:0 ‘ V " 2:: . .g. \ 1:: l .5. . - :5: o, .3. . a - ,4 0:. .. D .5. I“: / 3}“!!53‘ It Means PRIZES for :i: ‘6 II‘ ‘ ' YOU and all the Family! .3. . Monk strap Shoo, buckled, .;. _ . WAITING” WHITE KID For every dollar you spend in our shoe department made of smooth Calf 3: FOR COSTUME you receive one (1) Premium Point. 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