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April 3, 1941     Shelton Mason County Journal
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. . , ~ Nine *APT‘.‘ ay, April 3 1941. SHELTON-MASON COUNTY JOURNAL rage _~ "1 ' ’ —" ‘-"“"V*~-*--——-*—-—"*’““—- , ' ' "" fiJUURNAL Want Ads are-used by 'sEdres ' of your friends and ~neighbors WlLll great success. vsicians Di cMiSSiO B. Y. B. U. Changes American Legion Holds Complete information abou t what you have to sell always helps. icall v ‘ ii” , . nary ‘ h d 1 .' Interesting Meeting 3, p , Regular Sc 8 ue I , . .1 g as the a "" , Vary Church Because of the spec1al meetings ‘. The Amemean Legion Auxi - f 30 years' ' CUT E to be held at the BaptiSt ChurChi iary held an interesting meeting expectancy: .. .......................... u the senior B.Y.P.U. have cancell— ., lTuesday evening at the Memor: that of the’ ect to i Outhouse, mission- ed their Thursday eVening prayeri .._...___ m1 Hall Wlth much busmesg com -' and South America, win serVice. In its place they. are hold- plated. The Auxmary w,“ spon_ entshow slides at the Cal. ing nightly prayer seSSions from} sor a show at the Paramount 7:00 to 7:20 p. m. in behalf of the! PHONE 100 evangelistic campaign. On Sat-! Uthouse plans on 1&— urday they Will hold their regular‘Fedel-ated Chle To Hold A.-_ e . Chaco regiOn of Ar- bi-weekly fireside hour as sched-gspring District Meeting Ii uth America- His 180- luled at 7:30 P- m- sunday even‘i The Spring District Meeting ofl ecostai Church, 120 E. “Land Theatre June 8, 9 and 10. Friday night at 7:45 of Liberty,” the show will be a. ifull length picture running 96 minutes. The Auxiliary will have Morris—Davis Wedding H 1d I Tacoma Saturday es Wilda at 8-30 in the Little,charge of the advance ticket sale Chuieh ofy,th9 prairie, decorated i from which they will receive half With tall white urns, filled withlthe profits. After tthef :fiperrizes branches of cherry blossoms, Misslh‘ilve geekn ttakelr; ou o Gm: Wigil Niles Davis became the bride of 1131' 110 ti hat. f It over to the Oliver Gibson Morris of Shelton. turn 31 e 195 0 1 Given in marriage by her uncle, Paul K. Wotten of Puyallup, the N bride was lovely in her wedding Saturday, April is Army Day. gown of ivory chiffon Jersey, fash— Mrs. E. F. Martin, cchairman (if ioned on claSSical lines With a the Poppy Poster con es , rcpor sweetheart neckline, long sleeves,:ed the contest Will close this -. d the, Customs of the pee- ing the weekly service will befthe Mason County Federation of restllir'needsi etc.. provides held 1“ the Young People's r00m-lWomen's Clubs, will be held on , _, g and profitable eve- . .well as being highly edu- Easter VALUES From now until Easter, 1) a b 3/8 wardrobe can The speaker for the group will be [April 8th, beginning at 10 a. in. the visiting. internationally known in the Methodist Church in Shel- . .NeSouth America is call- speaker that is holding the weekly ton, with Mrs. Fred Short pre- 9 ~glected Field” because 'SHVICCS. Dr- Wfitson- The 591“ siding as chairman of the day. British War Relief. I t 31‘ . . . angels?" many tribes that are V109 W311 Start {it 6315 Proceeded'The meeting will open with an in- Members were reminded that ‘ led- by a fifteen mante prayer SGS'Wocation by Rev. Brumblay, flag I angecmted sion. The young people extend algalute and group singing, led by “11 cordial young man tell Al’neri'ca. thitatiOh to any yomlg iMrs. Margaret Anderson of the Fashions in Quality Person over 16 to attend these,Hood Canal club. There will be ishort reports by each club presi- ia draped bodice with molded mid- i month. ay and. Saturday LOMBARD _ .ROB- MONTGOMERY i , ‘ mEtlth- A new feature of the . . M" No“ MCPE;_ ident on the past year‘s work. and riff and a court length train. Mis— poppy sale this year, Will be seals benefitttby fhesc savings H Y . Eniértai’ns Club gMi-st. Jéinpes Lotégestell 01fl seltéuim, ty folds of Clan illfustilen tveil flpalt-‘Similar to the l‘. B. seal, to be on [Me 168. F us for wear . . . .pas s a e presi en , wi a ress ed to the e go o e lain, 'ai- amo . . . ,r ,, .atMgg EggeMgfhiikzntIegéggllfadithe group to Complete the morn— ing from a Juliet cap of heirloom their letters: as a means 'of ad- EL for the regular meeting of hailing program. lace held by a cluster of oraéige gertiSingi. F'lhcci aénpua‘aliiloieCEZTS and ‘ '. ‘vis carrie a un an 00 ae s. T To"! WASHINGTON brldge Club 0“ Monday, evenmg’i At the noon-luHChgo-n served by blossoifgrsiok 13:15 elicit a white or- i at the L. M. on Saturday, April I ‘ ‘MarCh 31' There were tableslthe ChurCh ladles’ Wllham Stevem praye ' i12 M P rr is eneral chair- Reversable crepe, 3 or 4 thread TM, ah Of cards in play with honors g0_ison_ mayor of Shelton, will offic- chid, With streamers and lilies of m. aria. ise C(yfitac‘gn an mem_ ¢ hosiery in a wide assortment of erSOnal- MINI. every night lhg t0 Mrs. W. E. Noblett and’lally greet the group, and give the Valley' ban She will maEe arran e- to now fashionable colors. A ?11{)1 '-. at 7:00 P.M. ,Mrs' Mcphee Guests of the eluhia short talk on “Women And Na- Miss Janet Davis, the bride’s ersi t t th f d to th sagle ) length for every leg length, in m “Where *‘ when 2'15 lwere Mrs. Jesse Barrett and Mrs. tiOhal Defeh59-" Mrs. George Sister, W35 maid 0f honor! Wear" men S 0 go e 00 e ’ slim average and chubby size [S on Could an-d sp.m. Saturday iElmer Smith, During the evening Cropper, of the Shelton Garden ing a frock of blush chiffon with H T 0_ perféction. E yS' Need .l 10 unday the hostess Served refreshments. Club.Wi11 be aguest and tell brief— a billowing skirt, and a molded “001’ '50- ~0 Mothers Dry GOOdS 01‘ any. (state¢ and 25¢, plus tax The next meeting win he held ly of that group’s beautification torso inset with lace. She car- Held Wednesday Meeting Ready-To-Wear Thgn See i 2¢; Federal 3¢) , April 14, at the home of Mrs. Viv— 0f Railroad Avenue. The after- ried a fan—shaped bouquet of nar-l Mothers of Troop Boy Scouts Depts. the ‘ ian Morgan. noon session will begin at 1:15 cissus, with blue iris at the base, met at the home 0f MI‘S. Mllton have 31 I p. m., with musical numbers, es- tied with blue streamers. Miss Clothier yesterday at 2' oclock Cotton Jersey 1 rates’ ' To .MOOSC Auxiliary pecially featuring Miss Dorothy Bernice Odegard and Miss Juness l t0 further organize the“ Chlb- d ( nlte ‘Meets Friday 'Roseleaf of Seattle and Hood Jewell were bridesmaids, frockedIThe bY-laWS were set UP and Suspen 81‘ ARE pR The Ladies of the Moose Will Canal. Mrs. Hugh Hamilton will in pale blue, crisp starched chif- adopted and plans were made to r State R «REP hold a regular busmess meeting present Dr. B. N. Collier in a dis- fon, styled like the maid of hon- try and haVe all Troop 25 Parents t0 at the new Moose Hall, Friday ISpecial Baptist Meets Growing In Interest The increased attendance from night to night at the meetings is the five minute travellogue he gives each night from his inter- esting travels in other lands. As pastor of the Baptist Church, it gives me real pleasure to invite the people of Shelton to hear this fine speaker- while he is in our midst. . Come. J. O. BOVEE, - Pastor. mu mnnouncemenl L Q& proudly announce that we have been selected a: dealer: in this area {or the nationally famous étém°§maike [Of cussion of “Cancer Control,” in to greet Mrs. Benoit and hear her talk. Mrs. Lawrence Burrell will complete the program with dra- matic readings, and a social hour will follow in recognition of the new officers who will have been Honor will hold their regular meeting On Saturday, April 5 at 1 o’clock at the Odd Fellows Hall. The meeting will be folloWed by an Easter party. Juveniles, Degree of Honor Attend Skating Party Fifteen Juveniles of the‘Degree of Honor attended a skating par- ty in Olympia last Saturday with their director Mrs. Esther Mor- gan. Four mothers drove the group over. Shelton Woman’s Club, Slate Monday Meeting The Shelton Woman’s Club will meet Monday, April 7 r at ‘ 1:30 o’clock with Mrs. Eugene Mar- tin at the Lawton Apartments. Mrs. C. E. Runacres is chairman the program, that is on “Achievements of Women.” Special Practices For Easter Cantata Two special practice meetings ihave been called by Ben Hall- grimson for both the chorus and orchestra at the Junior. High School auditorium on Friday and 'Port Townsend this year. or’s gown except with short‘ puff- wedding was solemnized by the Rev. Paul Laurence Crooks. Following the reception Mr. and Mrs. Morris left for a short wed- ding trip, after which the new home will be established in Shel- ltheran college and has taught in Her honorary sororities were Orchesis and Spurs. Mr. Morris is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Oliver S. Morris of Hoquiam. He is a graduate of Washington State college, and member of the Tau Kappa Epsr lon. Mrs. Lucy Weyand Entertains Club Mrs. Lucy Weyand was hostess to the Past Presidents of the Lake Isabella Club at her home on Wednesday afternoon, April 2. A delicious 1 o’clock luncheon was served by the hostess and the afternoon was spent in visiting. Degree of Honor To Meet Tuesday The Degree or Honor is 'meet- ing at their regular time on Tues— day, April 8th, at the Odd Fel- lows Hall. The drill team will practice during the evening. All members are reminded of the card party to be held Tuesday, April 22. Ray Rempel Improving [invited as guests of the in attendance at the next Court Mrs. R. Binns, Mrs. A. Hopland and Mrs. L. Larson. The club requests that all persons want- ing boys to help with any garden iwork of any kind can secure a Boy Scout by phoning Mrs. l I A used by the merchants on alli ance to help further this work that will help their boy. Past Matrons O.E.S. I Slate Thursday Meet i The Past Matrons of the Order of Eastern Star will meet at the Masonic Temple on Thursday, April 10 for a 1 o’clock lunch- eon. The O.E.S. of Olympia and the O.E.S. of Union have been! ‘ Shelton ' group. I DeMolay Mothers Met Yesterday The DeMolay mothers met Wed- nesday at the home of Mrs. Wil- liam LeDrew with 11 members present. At the business meeting the by-laws drawn up by Mrs. Donovan Palmer, Mrs. Orin Elli- son, and Mrs. Clarence Latham were voted upon and adopted. Af- ter the business meeting the host- ess served refreshments and a social afternoon followed. The next meeting will be held at p. m. on April 14. Cards will~ be sent out later announcing the place of meeting. ,fancy prints. FLASHEI Just received a large shipment of WASHABLE’ STREET DRESSES . $2.49 Very Special! Washable rayon crepes and novelty weaves in plains and Sizes 12 to 52 MORN FLOWER HATS Traditional for Easter! A new Easter Bonnet. New arrivals in ay little hats as exciting as Easter itself. Wide Variety of Styles evening at o‘clock. recognition of the part played by ed sleeves. Their narcissus fans of Honor. Mrs. Donovan Palmer Basque or Appliqued 'Shlrts . . , the Women’s Field Army. Mrs. were accented with pink with both 15 111 Charge 0f the mUSlcal PPO‘ and Suspender Shorts in gay \ Visits boum Bend , , George Benoit of Seattle, former carnations and streamers. The gram and the mOthers plan to pastels. Ages 1 to 4. Larger Strial ' ,and er§rt§Ia£ry cgrlitopgferson V151,“ Shelton resident, will give the ushers were James Quigg andmake PuP_teht§ for the SCOUtSi boys Shirts 41/; to 12 $1.95 up i4 “’1 d I? us acnh fstparent 5: principal address, speaking on Donald Morris of Hoquiam and The COmmlttee 1“ charge to prO- Dry GoodsyDept, ntv Bid A DIN 1 ri an R . egryth Bria Opherson “Values That Endure.” Many old Richard Morris of Hoqumm was Vlfie entertalhment for the SCOlltS Mens & Boys Dept. (my as Wee m 0“ en friends are expected to be on hand best man for his brother. The this month 15 Mrs. W. Ramsey, Easter S «M now in progress in the local Bap- elected during noon hour ballot" ton, where Mr. Morris is employed RObert Bmhs~ ThlS helps the Gas .R. and tist Church are an evidence of the 1113- by the Rayonier Inc. Boy SCOUt to earn the money CkS & ' interest and profit the people are Mrs Morris ' the daughter of'needed for. the Symmer camp' The EASTER . 1TH” deriving from the fine messages Juveniles, Degree 0' H°n°r Mr aha Mrs ’G W H Davis of Item meetmg wm.be held on the ‘ brought by Dr. J. F. Watson each Slate Regina" Meeting TaComa attended the Bacific Lu— flrSt wedHeSday m May and alll GIFT levening. An interesting feature. The Juveniles of the Degree of mothers are urged to be In attend-i A t h o u g h tful greeting card to those you love. Three pairs of a color . . . make a thoughtful and chic Easter gift. Boxes gift wrapped. the Olympia branch of the Ameri- can Association of University Wo- men. Assisting Mrs. Bishop are Mrs. Ernest Howenstine and Mrs. Avery Pabst. to attend. There will be no admis- sion charged. Saturday of this week, A ril 4 Friends Of Ray Rempel Will be Mm thk Community (nut) and at 7:30 o’clock. TheIPB will Pleas“1 to learn that he is 011 the Holds Wednesday Meet ' . be regular chorus practice in the road to reCOVCYYl haVlhg been The Mill Creek Commumty ‘ music room of the Senior High confined to the Shelton Hospital Club met Wednesday at the home School on Tuesday evening at the Since saturday evening With Pneu' Of Mrs" Lura, Humt f0? a Sh9rt E S B The traditional quality of Keepsake 1 regular time. monia' lbusu’lesfi meeung’ follOWIng Whlgh n ' __ Ithey pieced their quilt. The uilt . , V upholds in "try “Y the 5‘85 “Wt v. F. w. Auxiliary lfilncognTPrg‘étA-dMfimltiers 13:6jegtllt%et:§1dMagggkpe$§i Yes, Spring’s really in the bag if Eatent lest/1;? - _ . . w'u - r e 0 en co in l l - .ags "1 a ' __ ml. that have been anomath With gheflgglmgllecetfgaion of Officers .151“, members, and frinds of ldrill was won by Mrs.'Edna'VVeb- yoa.choose your bag wisely so tiles/d amiss??? this store since its foundin . for the V.F.W. and Auxiliar Will the Lincmn P"T' A- are inVited ber‘ The neXt mgetmg WI“ be does the mOSt 07‘ O“ and C010“ black 3 y . be he1d at their regular meeting, and urged to attend the afternoon held. With Mrs. Julia Jackson on .t and fireman W 4- ll . . . Friday. April 4, at the Memorial session of the spring meeting of April 16. 3/0” W” 0“ f1 ' are red' e cor la y inwtc your inspec- Hall at Oiclock we MasonGlCIpunty ’Ili‘ederation of OE S Social Club 807fl6 [O’UGly new styles bags . . . . .en’s us 'i "k-k - - tion . . . no obligation of course. .The V. F. w. sewmg club met 8 :rthe Methodigp Chiffélhayéofilégr Luncheon Held Tuesday that consrder your outfit and your . With Mrs. Art Mackey at her Sko- . . ‘ Tuegda after“ A H 1 th . . . . Softly slim-9d komish Valley home Friday Mrs. George Benmt who Will de- 0‘ y 00“) l ‘3 budget. Real finds f0?” discrimi- patent and .k‘d March 28 for a 1 o’clock! lunch-1 liver an address on “values that ld'er Of EaStern Stair held a E 9h bag Wlt‘h F. _ eon Mrs ’Ralph’Pigg was assist Endure.” It will be remembered iOCIE'HI mkeetlhg beglhhlhg With a "(lung “aim” ‘ Oppmfls' $336,; $2? I __ Gi £8 3 , that Mrs, Benoit was secretary of 0c 0c luncheon and followed . . . {0’ WI”, largo, fiwqu Jewelry $51 hgifgeTf-tgillledpSnWSs/I;fining“? the Lincoln P.-T. A. in 1931-32 and by three tables of cards for the SW" meg zipper “MW 6% \ sewin f th R d C i ll) lll is now a very active worker and ladies who stayed for the after- Lacec’ 900k“ and mu‘ ; zes 4" \ __ g -or e e ross. speaker of the Seattle Council of noon. Mrs. Florence Friskcn won 'or' $2 98 - , ___ —-——» -—-----.~-—-"—~-~ *— *" Parent Teachers. ' lqkS "I? mostly-AN» mm mum in "all" corms "mucus: MYSTERY." A COLUMBIA mm: Townsend Club No 3 1.00 to 1.98 Th “D ' ‘ . . ' . , _ 0. new oe- “il: ‘ IN» or; ' Li .1 r Wists. this 3 i sills“? stile e; ' 'IJ ' ' 0. W1 me O , ema SanO \y un B ‘ n . Belldm] expldlns to Margaret 1” on Monday, April 7, at the uSual Maxwell and Mrs. Annie Andcr— new Sl¥1~ffLSh3 3351;3th not-fig: EltS -- . ‘time, o‘clock. Cards will be in Son. 12332.8(; 3’13“th- ty‘wood frames. , es. ' play following the business meet— Mrs Fm k B, h ury loco.l Whit—e Pastel shades ,I ‘ in . On Monday A ril 14, w. s. J! ls 0!) “6'00 “5- . ' i chkman will silo“? moving pic— Entertammg Toflay sizes 32 to 44. $100 acks . _, tures of his trip through the East- I . Mrs-t FiankhBIShoi’oés entg‘gain‘ ' ern States and also of Hood Can- mg a . er ome ay urs' T II d Sh. I ' ' aats _ a}. Everyone is cordially invited day, With a dessert luncheon for ll‘tS" '1 , 3 Slub Broadcloths in assorted pastel colors . . . 1...,- offMJ'B“ Tune: “Jingle Bella” “M. J. 8.! M. J. B.! What makes it taste so good? Every day in every way It tastes just as it should— $1.00 $1.98 Girl Scout Book Talk Given by~Mrs. Gould Monday afternoon, in the court- roomS, Mrs. Helen Gould of Tac— oma, gaVe a Very successful book talk, before a large and attentive audience. The books she reviewed were “Out of 'the Night” by Val- Long sleeved stripes are news in shirts . . . blouses in white and colors . . . Miss Christenson To Speak To Scout Leaders .At the regular meeting of the Girl Scout Leaders Monday eve- ning, April 7, Miss Christenson, Tailored to Your “'aistline Size is Make it weak, make u "Von" tin, “Trelawny” by Margaret Arm- director of the Olympia Girl ‘ S K I T S Make it in-between, strong, “The Family" by Nina scoutsi Will be Present to Speak . - ~ i You never get bad coffee from Federiva, “For Whom the Bell to the Shelton leaders, Follow- Better fitting Skll‘ts Just 'arent m h ... a'e tailored The good old can of green. made because t ese 1 proportionate with exacting waist- line specifications. SKIRTS of Parker Wilder Flannel 100% wool in gored and swmg styles. Zipper closing. $1.98 SKIRTS of Washable Arteeka. Ali all-rayon fabric that is wrinkle and crush proof. Pastel colors .. $2.93 Tolls” by Earnest Hemingway. She also talked briefly on bio- graphies. Another of her delight- Iful talks will be given on April 14. IMarytha. Bible Class Held on Tuesday The Marytha Bible Class of the Methodist Church met at the home ' Junior American Legion of Mrs. Clara Hammond on Tues- Auxiliary ing the talk there will be a round table discussion. It is hoped all leaders will be present and all council members are invited to attend. The meeting will be held the cut prize and Mrs. Bertha Grisdale won high at contract. The committee in charge of the “M. I. B., M. I. B., . Comes from choicer beans, Roasted to perfection and Blended fit» for queens—- M. J. B., M. I. B., . Ia packed byfolkc who care: They give you special flavor at the home of Mrs. Hugh Ham- ilton at 7:30 p. m. SWEATERS . . ' - tel colors. Rav- ""1"" ""9 be 0nd Compare], day With 14 members present. The Junior American Le on Pu” 0‘15 1“ pas . . , t in BAD CUP OF M." 1:8; Mrs. Robt. Brumblay spoke on Auxiliary will meet at the M€m_ at; 79; WHY YOU WON'T MAKE A Slates Meeting Exodus and Mrs. Hugh Hamiltonlorial Hall Friday afternoon, April reviewed the third chapter of “Artl4 at 4 o’clock. All members are of Living.” Refreshments served during the meeting. ...Make your coffee with the same care and in the same way you have in the past. Two exclusive M. J. B. f eatures-aricher roast—and double blending—will give you the finest cup of coffee 'you ever tasted. GUARANTEE. Buyapound today. Try it for a week. If it’s not the best you ever tasted, return the lid to the M. J. B. Co.,665 Third Street, San Francisco, and we’ll refund DOUBLE YOUR MONEY! All wool cardigans in long and short sleeves. All wanted col— were lurged to be in attendance, as the 01.5 _____________________________________________ . $1.29 group will practice the rituals and sew for the Red Cross. Southside Garden Club , Holds Monthly Meeting W'S'C'S' Will ' The regular monthly meeting Meet Wednes‘lay of the Southside Garden Club met with Mrs. George Eades Tuesday afternoon for a very interesting meeting with nearly all mem- bers present. The club decided mtal Thank Day Offering serViCe to have a flower display at the Will be observed. I A 1 o‘clock 4_H Fair this fan‘ They alsouiessert luncheon will be followed considered the invitation to join by .a Short busmess meaihgr de‘ the Federation of Gavrden Clubs. votional service, special music and Flower plants were exchanged Speaker' familiar With this during the afternoon. The next phase 0f the W-S~c-S- Work» Wm meeting will be held the first give an interesting and instructch Tuesday in May with Mrs. B. E- talk. All mclilbei's and others in- Evans. Buy for Easter . . . THE COUPON WAY Wear them NOW . . . Three months to pay The Women's Society for Chris- tion Service will meet at the Methodist Church on Wednesday, ‘ At this time the an- ORIP GRIND. . .for drip or glcu coffee makers REGULAR GRIND...f'or mid" "" \ groom, ,. if“: = $97441,” 6W ‘23?!» 44.4415? 05-: mi ~ c. lcl‘t‘stcd are urged to attend. , i