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lay, Ap. ’Apri18,1941. ,ed Navies: mentary Offer iHomemakers Meet Itieeglilrag ht? At Fir Drug Store' . . to rem. u.\ , With MISS Jones mo (1 stays "i‘ Presengtzthe Fir Drug 0 t t P. k . Easn‘t "‘ 0f 1) Compliment, U to you“ to orothy Perkins Face! u D 2:“ customer ur—I may” .i: beaut‘.more of Dorothyl By Virtue E. Hanlon y Dre A . Pickerin A ril 7. 7— The Pick- 9 . i . ara ._ g. P éhtgméfy f“ t clmgingp (11123;; andlcring Homemakers club met with r 9 Shades of D0_ Miss Lauri‘ce Jones Thursday af- Face powder will ternoon with eleven members and ,v batmal lovelinesg one guest present. Mrs. Helen ' ', 31““ tones. ‘ «Shafor gave an interesting talk la ‘ . lwcomplimentary boxgon the National Flower Show she 188d each Customer as attended recently in Seattle. limlted, I The next meeting will be with Sheitoh,‘ \\ ers. L. A. Fitts on April 17th. I‘ a] DeliClous refreshments we re . ’ (served before adjournment. We ' Mr, and Mrs. Winston Johnson HIS of American Lake visited at the matinee 1 E home of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Carl- .. 1 son. vcningS 7. Miss Laurice Jones visited her ,_ lsister, Mrs. Lawrence Gosser in l iSeattle the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Pratt of She]- ton had dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Max Hanlon Sunday. l‘HE ’2 _1 Admissloptl 9| lal tinee Incluiiéf APR ming . A SEE 5 i 9 10 and return guests of Winstons on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. H. Bradshaw and son, Clayton, spent the weekend IL 19 .at their home in Pickering. ~ . . : Mr. and Mrs. S. Nelson were up “11‘s., . Miss Jane Pickercll of Seattle 1 spent the weekend at the Dro- scher home. .WO FEA small . . Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Wiss visit- . G0 admlsswn ed at the home of their daughter Vorld ‘ 0d and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Roy 1 Longacres of Shelton, last week, Lt and, ‘ Mrs. Maldor Lundquist and Mrs. J. M. Peterson are reported on lthe sick list. Mr. and Mrs. John Irwin and baby spent Thursday at the Han- ‘ |lon home. ,WO ‘FE. MA I Mrs. Arthur Beck is visiting in " P01llsbo,,Wash., at the home of doRRon Mrs. Wallace. Boris i * Mrs. Lucille Wright of Tacoma, visited her mother, Mrs. J. M. Peterson, on Wednesday. ' i Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Wiss spent iWednesday evening with Mr. and ROGERIES I ers. Chas. Droscher of Shelton. Peter ' SH 1 Mrs. Fred F. Chitty and daugh- . . L ACE and daughter, Dorothy of Olym- I‘HE pia, spent Wednesday at the Han- tcr Lois, and Mrs. C. C. Dunlap lons. Mrs. Claude Hanlon accom- Weekend Gl‘eSts .Friday at the Odd Fellows Hall at I , panied them to Olympia for a fewi Mn and MrS- T- W~ Grunel’t 8 o‘clock for a business session. 3"? reque§ted to bring them to a potluck supper served at EST F0 days‘ visit and enjoYed a trip toi0f Tacoma were weekend guests Members will note the meeting is “‘15 "198th as It 15 the last|o‘clock . . aEST pR?€EssAT Seattle during the time. lg: M1" 311d Mrs- Clarence Grunert» starting one half hour later than gPening before the annual Chumh Tmmhl Cl h —- E ' 1“". Mrs. Gray and son Frank. Mrs. 1" an Mrs- T- W- Grunert are usual, a Chan 6 made effective mner‘ e u H000 Connelay, and Mr. Roberts spent the Parents Of Mr- Gruncrt- this month. g ' , POStpones. Meet . i ‘L PORT [Monday evening with Mrs_ EndalT \ Scout Scribe _No. 4. The Thimble Club of the Neigh-l } Barnes, ' “Coma Guests Here Home On Vacation Reports Meeting bors of Woodcraft, has postponed_ w, Pal h . Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Christenson . . . Girl scout Troop No. 4 met at Thursday's meetlng’ whxch was ,. t p Dioschcr and Gene Dan- f T F .d d. Miss Florence Eells lS spending , , t h _th M P 1 WI g " idurand, who are employed in Se- 0 tacoTa were n ay Inner her spring vacation from teach-[Mrs MltChens housev MondaY- ave met WI r.s' 88": "5 P110! \R‘n attle‘ spent the weekend at the 5:85 sto Mr. and Mrs. C. H. ing duties with her parents, Mr. The girls worked on the Flag ley. The next meeting Will be Droscher home. uner‘ and Mrs. Roy Eells. She will beidpggeilgfifozfe fogr'll'fgelfnmg‘glgg: announce'j later“ . - , , 1 . —*—- '3: angrmizgdcfifsbfing' Rfi’beljfsrggfl Eagles Social Club “01:2? aJweek'd M i N dh plans were made for a hike to be Neighbors or Woodcraft Friday evening at the Hanlon Slate Wednesday Meet 155 0 an 3“; eel tee am talked about more the next meet- Hold Regular Meeting T frie "‘1 it home i The Eagles Social Club will iwelfe home. from, 5° 0°. Spend ing, which win be announced later The Neighbors of the Woodcraft , our .1 u . h.n a g d Imeet Wednesday, April 8, in the!thelr vacatlon w‘th the” parentsv at the Junior High, probamy in held a meeting at the home of ’esfléas' I C “re 8' RWIS fig ‘lpeeg r9" social room of the new Moose 'Mr'. and MVS' Maunce Needham- the musicyoom if not announced Mrs. Carl Hellman on Thursday "3' . {covfely d 91” m ag’ q 0 ‘5 Hall at 1 o’clock. All members?" ‘5 attendmg W:W-C:-E- at Bfll' otherwise. [with Mrs. Margaret McKay host- lfggnige m e 10‘ I” a ‘ Dual“ 1 are urged to be in attendance as mgham and Mauncc ‘5 attendmg _BEVERLY BURRELL, scribo ‘ess. Plans were made for the in- ' there will be Red Cross Sewing ’ U- 0f W' stallation to be held soon to which and plans will be made for the Jane Travis is home from Whit-lmnooin Brownies 'the Port Orchard club has been ' next public luncheon, man, visiting her parents, Mr. and Hold Meetin Manda, invited. A luncheon was served Mrs.MF. Travis. MAccgsmpgny- The Lincfn, Bmvcyme Troop by the hostess. ' mg 155 “Wis 13 135 31‘ ara held their re ular meetin Mon- WFrmnv Wyoming; Mrs. Cropper’s Roses ‘Jamieson of Honolulu, a classmateidayl..A.pri1 7, gigging Mai... J..- Moose Homemaking (iroup‘ i Also A Month Earlier at Whitman icob's birthday, their treat was Will‘lh Meet 'll‘hursdayt, f th Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lincoln, . , a surprise birthday cake baked ‘3 reg“ 31‘ “lee mg 0 0 Sr. returned to their Shelton home‘ Signs of our early ,spring have “Siting Here by‘Mardeth’s grandmother, Mrs. M0059 Homemaking CIUb W111 130 Ilast week after spending the win-,been multiple this year and onc‘ 1321‘“ Poe 0f Tacoma alldlsel'gelJacobs. There were nine candles held With MrS~ (390130 Andrews ter with relatives in Sheridan andimore which should be added to ,Gorny of ,Seattle are Vlsmng on the cake. 0“ ThUI‘Sdabfi APrll 19. at Sun Dance, Wyoming. lthe list is Mrs. George Cropper's l Frank Trams: ‘11 thls week- CHLOE DICKINSON, Scribe. PYEOCR- It W111 be 3 500131 meet' The made the last sta e of Climbing red roses. ‘ , m - Itheir 3return trip with theig sonl Last year Mrs. Cropper discov— Transmrmd to Tacoma W'W' Club Ef‘tertmned . iand daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. ered the first blooms in May, but. Mr- a_nd Mrs. J. A. Rucli will At The McGinnis Home Amaranth Officers {Charles Lincoln, Jr” who are now last week she found five in bloom [leave this week for Tacoma, where The W. W. Club met with Mrs. To Practice Wednesday living in Yakima. The young already this year, topping evenlhe has been transferred by the Vivian McGinnis last Thursday,‘ Laurel Court, Order of Amar- folks are remaining for a short the best that have been reported Standard Construction company, April 3 for a 1:30 dessert lunch-lanth, will practice Wednesday at ivisit in the metropolitan ppess in Se_ Mr. Ruch has been employed by eon. A Very interesting meetingl7z45 p. m. at the Masonic Tem- 3‘ 1 During their stay in Wyoming, attle so far. the Construction Co. since Decemb-iwas enJoyed by the followmg 1a-'p1e. ,..- saunas; . iMrs, Lincoln was called to San ‘ ———~.__. ier. 1n thelr'work at Shelton and tiles, Mrs. Ellen Harrison, Mrs. ————l-——~—- fi—fl——-———-——~—————————-———-——-~f— . Jose, Calif” by the serious illness COUNTY PIONEER ILL wul help With the construction of Ethel Soule. Bee Woodworth. Mrs. of her brother who later passed Franc1s ‘Carr, pioneer Mason offices in Tacoma. Mabel Hall, Mrs. Lura Hurst, Mrs. away. County re51dent, was admitted to Bernice Hudspeth, Mrs. Ila Chase Mn and Mrs. Lincoln reported Shelton hospital yesterday for Stuck-Chambers Wedding and ,a Visitor, MI'S- DaVid Shutt a mild winter in Wyoming medical care. Henri“; Lutheran Church and Infant daughter. from Belling- ——--—-———-—- ~I— Friday afternoon_ April 4 at ham. Mrs. Shutt IS a Sister-im‘ 3:30 o‘clock Miss Erma Chambers, law 9f MFS- MCGinniS- Mrs. MC- T H E ldaugther of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert _Ginnls drew the hostess prize. The . Chambers became the bride of .119)“ meeting W111 be Wlth MYS- H 0 M E G A D E N E R 'Waync Stuck, son of Mr. and Mrs. 113 Chase- H 1 Fred Stuck of Route 1. w C T U M t . - . . . . . . ee 5 by D1, John . an ey The wedding was solemmzcd by With Mrs_ L_ D. Hack GETTING READY FOR SPRING IN THE GARDEN What should or should not be done in the garden depends to a large degree upon the types of plants that are being grown. In ‘ the annual garden or in the cut- ting garden the task is relatively simple. A cleanup of old plants from last year, obviously, is the first task. These waste materials should be entirely eliminated—«and the earl- ier the better because they har- bor insects and diseases. The next ,stop after fertilizer has been DIAMOND RINGS She'd love to have a famous genuine registered Keepsake Diamond Engage- ment Ring. The Certificate of Registra- tion and Guarantee enables you to wh mg:- bm , choose with complete confidence. lretafl’ FREE ETIQUETTE BOOK ‘1 for coming Brides patr ” e places . sportinge . ‘ .etve to i nent 3'3 29.75 ; Engagement Ring 4-00 9° \‘ V". F 5» :{7 . E. BECKWITH ; Jewelry - Gifts 3 2-» i", 5%, ‘ CONVENIENT TERMS 4/4 ’ Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Beck were i from Hoquiam over the weekend.’ lsholton \‘Vomen's Club IHold Monday Meeting i The Shelton Women's Club met {Monday, April 7 at the. home of {Mrs Eula Martin. A very inter- lAchievcments of Women. Mrs. Anna Runacrcs in charge of the, iprogram, was assisted by Mrs. 'Gladys Martin, who spoke. on 5“Women in Art,” Mrs. Myra Col- 'lier, “Women of our Democracy," ,“Womcn in Social Work” by Mrs. 'Loretta Crosby, “Women of Sac- ired History” by Mrs. Robert Brumblay. Nomination for offic- 'crs for the coming year was also held. esting program was given on that SHELTON-MASON COUNTY JOURNAL l i -_,_,_,_,._ _ .. Milan—Wotton Wedding became Jr., P. Wotton of Puyallup. the bride of Robert Allan, i Attending Wedding mate families in a quiet wedding Clinton S. Harley, and her brother}C week to attend the wedding income 11 Club Holds Party ' soomevrm. The Double H Club met at Thursday for an Easter party. SFollowing the 1:30 dessert lunch- icon two tables of contract werciMrs. Wm. Compton; senior Vicey iin play. ; PHONE 100 1 Mrs. Eugene Browning and Mrs. Lawrence Burrell the honors with Mrs. Burrell win- ning the galloping goose, also. The Miss Barbara Elaine Brophy ofleon- lv.F.w. Auxiliary \NOII t 'Hold Election 11 riilay i The V.F.W. Auxuiary met at [the home of Mrs. Bill Dickie onfthc Memorial Hall Friday for an ielection of officers. The results iof the election follow: president, ipresident, Mrs, R. W. Strike; jun- ior vice-president, Mrs. F r e d lWeaver; secretary-treasurer, Mrs. F. Martin; chaplain, Mrs. Ralph Hansen, Mrs. Arthur Mackey, Mrs. Fred Hickson, Mrs. Robert Spring, home of her AND Page Three FROM OREGON , Mrs. Marion Hammock, former- ‘ly of this city but now living in Springfield, Oregon, arrived at the mother, Burgess Friday and will be here until after Easter, when her hus- iband will come. and the two will 'drive back to Oregon. Mrs. Mae i i . .. ' ‘ ‘Pigg: conductress, Mrs. Ordlni bolemnized Monday Afternoon ! Mpg wmston Scott accompdn- honors were vases filled With p ‘ - -_ 3 - , q _ ,spring flowers. The guests of the HarrisOn; guard, Mrs. Arthur ' Before a gathering 0f the mu lied ha. parent" Mr' and Mrs lub were Mrs. Browning and Welsh; patriotic instructor, Mrs. ' ' Mrs. Clarence Grunert. The host- Harry Hall; historian, Mrs. Alma ceremony Miss Billie Wott01i,iand wlfe’ Mr, and Mrs, C. Fred—i ,_ , , V, , ‘ i . . ' W-ll'sl v- 1 St'ess carried out the Easter motif White, musiClan, Mrs. (,hazles. daughtm Of Mr and M1 1 ’ iermk to Medford’ oregon’ a Ofiin her table decorations and lunch- lClark; color-bearers, Mrs. Henry Sponsored by American Legion I sr 11 f Mr and Mrs Robert Allan: h ‘ h r c0uq'n Robert G l ——- Auxiiiar IAt Rainier A :0; Sfielton: ;tsqitirg;ty0ft0Pa:adené.l ’Calif” Sum Hoquiam '(iucst Here f H itriiisteeff'li/lrs. Hani'iellil.dTllC, y Mrs. Glenn Landers made atripi The marriage was solemmzed in day afternoon in St. Markis Epis_ ‘- 1:25.th1‘1'10 Iillfg' ‘0 koqllciamf gigwlao Kerirlwlig itll;S age/Tieng to Paradise' Inn on_ Mt. Rainier :the Catholic Rectory in Puyauup copal Church. Accompanying the iii e Jiufiegue; b 1.: vyxeec1 en 0 thlt lyirs 1:110 pl Ofs P n lgaltlurdg’lthtdggfe wggnnger‘] Sgttiiby Father Quick at 1:30 o'clock 'Harlcy family were Miss Helen: r' a“ ‘5' 0 Cr ’1 0150” {@731 be brefen’; data“ (it $329; 10 A M i 1 , , . .’ ' s ' 1' . . Casgagno, and Helen and Jean ltApnt ~Thebbmde YES very a? #5013233” afiiglss Igfiayxenfgaog IVisit Son And Daughter linstall the officers. ii , gLanders- They report the weatherl racu‘e In a Clge S] crepe SUI ’ | Miss Brbphyis ‘maid of hbnor. Both Mr. and Mrs. T. K. Needhami S 'as being very bad with one of the worst blizzards of the winter rag- Iing over the weekend. {Visiting Sister Mrs. Frank Pulver of San Diego arrived Monday for a visit with her sister, Mrs. Vernon Davilson. Sunday Guests Mr. Harry Chapman and Mr. and Mrs. Robt. Beach of Seat- tle were Sunday dinner guests at the Vernon Davidson home. Guest Here Tuesday Jack Ryan of Seattle was in Shelton Tuesday visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Davidson. iCarnation Club Postpones Meeting The Carnation Club has post- .poned this Thursday‘s meeting. The next meeting will be announc- ‘ed at a later date. lBusiness, Professional [Womens Club Meet The Business and Professional Women‘s Club met Wednesday at ithe home of Mrs. Allie Cleveland, [for their regular meeting. Plans were made for the Mother's Day Iparty. Delicious refreshments were served by the hostess. with a pleated skirt and long torso jacket with a quilted dc-, :a purple picture hat with veiling (roses. The bride's sister, Miss Helen Wotton, was maid of hon- reddingote with a blue picture hat and corsage of stephonia. James Hillier, cousin of‘the groom, was best man. For going away Mrs. lAllan added a black cape to her [suit and black accessories. The College at Pullman, and is a mem- 'ber of Alpha Gamma Delta sor- ority. The groom attended St. Martins College for two years be- . ' fore attending Washington State. 'Mrs. Augustin and children, In La Easter party. Games were play- noon for the regular meeting of ‘ He is a member of Lambda ChiiJolla. The Augustins are home ed and prizes given. An Easter Iher bridge Chill. There Were tWO ' Alpha. Following a week’s wed- after six weeks on the East Coast, egg hunt was held. The lunch- tables of cards in play With Mrs; ding trip, the couple will make their home in Shelton, where Mr. Allan is employed at the Ray- onier Inc. A reception will be held at the lWotton home on Monday evening. lV.F.W. Sewing IClub Postponed I—i,sod seq Amman 'm'd'A aim, poned this Friday's sewing club because it falls on Good Friday. Rebekahs To Meet Friday Evening The Rebekahs will meet this and a corsage of violets and pink, 'bride attended Washington State. .girls are members of Chi Omega| .Mr. and Mrs. George R. Squires; of Pasadena, was graduated in, '1939 from the University. He is; a member of Phi Delta Theta; Fraternity. The couple plan to] 'spend part of their honeymoon atl {Harleyhurst on Bainbridgc Is-i ’land. They will be at home in 'Longview. Mrs. Clinton S. Harley and Mrs. Scott plan to continue on southi after the wedding to visit Mrs. iHarley's son-in-law and daughter, . ,Lieutenant Jay Augustin, United} Estates Marine Corps Reserve, and where Lueutenant Harley was at Sperry School, L. I. Baptist Woman’s Circle Slate Interesting Meet i The Baptist Woman's Circle will ‘, meet Wednesday, April 9. prompt- .ly at 1 o’clock for a dessert lunch- :eon, (please note change in lunch- eon dates) followed by a business} meeting and short program, also, election of officers. A Christ-ian' Friendliness skit and the three score year and ten candle lighting services will be presented. The ladies having church calendars, gift boxes, and the patch apron, fin Centralia in May. of Westminster, B. C. are in Shel- dan. Visiting Parents Mr. and Mrs. Harry Winsor, re— cently married in Idaho, are spending the Easter vacation with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. Win- sor. Mr. Winsor is attending Washington State College. Juveniles, Degree Of Honor Hold Easter Party The Juveniles of the Degree of Honor met at the Odd Fellows Hall on Saturday at 12:30 for an eon table was attractively deco- rated with robin favors made of gum drops. The next meeting will be on April 19 at 12:30 when the group will hold a theatre party. Royal Neighbors Hold Meeting The Royal Neighbors met for a regular meeting on Thursday, April 3 at the Odd Fellows Hall at o’clock. Plans were made for the district meeting to be held The next meeting will be held on April 17 and will be a social meeting, with] Scout Leaders Hear 1 'Girl Scout Leaders Monday cve- lning Miss Christenson of Olym- lpia, director of the Olympia Girl Scouts, spoke to leaders and mem- bers of the Girl Scout council. The (meeting was held at the home of Mrs. Hugh Hamilton with Mrs. Frank Willard joint hostess. The hostesses served refreshments dur- ing the evening. 'Mrs. Clarence Grun‘ert Entertains Bridge Club Mrs. tained at her home Friday after- .E. B. Sutton and Mrs. Grunert lwinning honors. Guests of the fclub were Mrs. Harold Meade and iMrs. Sutton. Mrs. Rector won the “galloping goose.” During the iafternoon the hostess served de- licious refreshments that carried iout the Easter motif. i I l l Clarence Grunert enter-l Co. portant season. . . - - . ton for an indefinite visit with 0111mm woman g eak Sign on the shoulders and downiSOI‘OI‘lty at the UaneI‘Slty Ofl h . h 1 xp a ' ‘ 1W ‘ . ' f’t elr 50“! Jame” Need 3"” and At the re ular meetin of the ,._.________w ,A,_.. ,, ,___ thc front. With this she wore ashlngton. Mr. Squires, son 0 [their daughter Mrs. Harlon J01“ g g JOIN THE EASTE PARADE 5. Let us put your clothes in Tip-Top shape for this im- We Call For and Deliver PHONE 86 i Pantorihm Cleaners Director, U. of W. Arboretum 53‘3th spread evenly over the soil surface is to spade thoroughly. In the .spading operation the fertilizer should be mixed well into the up- per eight inches of soil at least. In order to accomplish this it is sometimes necessary to spade the 'area at least twice over. This is especially true if a heavy appli- cation of barnyard manure or similar organic material is used. It is impossible to over empha- size the importance of thorough, deep spading. In the annual gar< den area this should have been done last fall and repeated this spring as soon as the soil is workable. In the perennial border or bed the situation is somewhat differ— ent. However, even here, I like to recommend much more fre- quent spading, realizing of course, that fall is by far the best season for working the perennial plant- ing. But it still is not too late to [get good results in those parts of the state where growth has not yet become too active and with those plants which start i growth later. 3 There should be some easy way ‘to demonstrate to gardeners the importance of the relatively sim- ple operation of spading and doing a thorough job of it. All of them seem to comprehend the value of usmg good fertilizers, both organ- 31C and inorganic, in the right amounts. But too few of them appre'cmte how readily plants like delphlnium, phlox, columbine, and most perennials of this type, re- spond to a thorough loosening up of the soil. Many good gardeners iactually dig up such clumps, {place them in a cool, moist place, Ithen spade the soil throughout :that section of the bed before lreplacmg them. Obviously this iwould provide a perfect time and [.means of applying more fertiliza- ithIl but many of those who fol- Ilow such a. practice regularly will swear that the loosening of the soil, alone and of itself, and with- out the use of fertilizers, will speed up growth. Although the fall season is ideal for this work, it can still be done with many of the slower-developing perennials. Rev. R. C. Muhly before a small group of relatives and intimate friends. For her wedding the bride wore a street length yel- low chiffon dress cut on princess lines with a corage of narcissus. Miss Dorothy Chambers, the tzgatson were presenttand tDr.I bride’s sister was her 1 - a gave a very m ares ing my attend talk. Mrs. Blanche Bell talkedl ant and wore pink silk crepe. Lor- en Stuck acted as best man for his brother. Following a short wedding trip the young couple will be at home at the groom's Little Skookum home. Both are graduates of the local Schools, the bride with the class of 1940 and the groom with the class of 1933. Mr. Stuck is employed at Rayonier Inc. Girl Scout Council Slates Monday Meet The Girl Scout Council meet Monday, April 14 with Mrs. W. A. McKenzie at 10 a. m. Townsend Club Will Show Moving Pictures The Townsend Club No. 3 will meet on Monday, April 14 at the usual time. W. S. Heckman will will The Women’s Christian Temper- ance Union met Friday with Mrs. L. D. Hack with about 25 mem- bers present for a 1 o’clock pot- luck luncheon. Rev. Bovee and on the “Value of the Union Sig-i .- nal.” The meeting closed with al shower of Easter cards and gifts l for the girls at the White Shield Home in Tacoma. Apron Sale and Luncheon Slated For Wednesday , The Rebekah Social Club will lhold a 1 o’clock public luncheon at the Odd Fellows Hall on Wed- nesday, April 9. There will be a! , small charge for the luncheon. The ' Aprons will .be on display and .therc will be cards for those who wish to spend the afternoon. The lcommittee in charge includes Mrs. ‘ Mary Letham, Mrs. Teckla Ander— ’ son, Mrs. Alma White and Mrs.l Susie Dobson. 'Daughters For Ornelles fllflflMfl/i war/05" leading lompricen’mry 5y lie Ira/MS" kaatrkg‘moloraarfiai/aér show moving pictures of his tn Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Ornellcs of through the Eastern states anE‘Oakland. California, became theI of Hood Canal. The public is cord- Parents Off ,8 7 pound baby daugh- ially invited to attend the meet- t"! Patrmla 1011156, on Monday. ing, there will be no admission March 31. Mrs. Ornelles is the charge. former Helen Betz of Shelton. NEW CHEVROLET F LEETLINE . . . ALSO NEW 1941 SPECIAL DE LUXE MODELS in the most beautiful, most modern color harmonies SPECIAL SPRINGTIME “BLUES” AND “GREENS” WITH MATCHING BODY AND UPHOLSTERY COMBINATIONS Rainbow Mothers 'Slate Meeting 'Jolns Olympia. Group , The Rainbow Mothers Club Eight ladies of the St. Davids; will meet at the Masonic Temple Guild and Auxmflry journeyw to on Tuesday, April 15, at O‘clock I Olympia last Wednesday to join for an election of officers, All with the Olympia group'in a 10:30 lMothers are urged to attend. Communion SGrVice. fOUOWing St. David's Guild which they were luncheon guests} of Rev. and Mrs. Jessett. There will be no meetings this week. Weekend Guest Private Jack Mays of Fort Lewis Spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Zintheo. Pri-f vate Mays is in Company F. 116th I Quartermaster. Altar Society Holds Meeting [Daligthers of Pioneers Meet on April 17th The Mason County Chapter No. 14 of the Daugthers of Pioneersi ‘will meet on April 17 with Mrs. Nettie Hodge at her home at 12211/3 Franklin Street. The meet- ing will start at 2 o‘clock and there will be an election of officers. 10 different and distinctive color selections . . . 4 beautiful two- tone combinations. . . . Come in and see the most stunningly styled and tastefully decorated group of motor cars ever pre- sented in the low-price field Slate Thursday Meet ‘ The Past Matrons of the Order Thursday afternoon the Altar of the Eastern Star will meet at Society met at the home of Mrs. the Masonic Temple on Thursday,‘Bednarski for a regular business April 10 for a 1 o‘clock 1uncheon.‘meeting. The group discussed the The Past Matrons of the Olym- Easter decorations for the churchu pia club and the Past Matrons of There were 12 members present.’ [Union club have been invited as The next meeting will be the] guests of the Shelton ladies. first Thursday in May. YOU’LL SAY, “FIRST BECAUSE IT’S FINEST!” ‘Mell Chevrolet Company 1st & Grove Phone 114 1: i i i l