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Supporfi— For ‘, Winnion. ' "01' Shoo—No scorch. , ,’ (1019' M warp“ ' W"! Points—For hard- “places. 0 Pm: Control—1n. W null. 744 I Shoe lroning‘ “Humid machines. ! Ironing Failure- , 1‘ I‘Imunl height. . 161' m,“ Supported, ‘ 3:- “padded Element—HM" . foils“ intoshoe. “0M! PHONE 154-W Zec Pard PRES}!!! her: You are this WOde’l . . . if you iron by hand,the arm and backache robs you of your youth and beauty. Relax while ironing. simplest of all ironers to use. ronrlle Guarantees Your Ironing Satisfizctz'on according nouncemeuts Sent to friends relatives this week. the W PICES "1:" $49-95 Liberal Terms Il‘Ohl‘l 63- THE WORLD'S FINEST IRONER HHELTON ELECTRIC 00. r. ,5 EFFECTIVE FRI. & SAT. ONLY. NAS ______________________ ._ lb. 6¢ EFRUIT ................ ._ doz. 25¢- GES ___________________ __ 2 doz. 39¢ ________________________ ,_ 6-lbs. 25¢ ............... .. 6 bunches 10¢ S ................. _. bunch 1¢ _________________________ ,_ doz. 17¢ ...................... .. o-IDS. 10¢ SPUDS ________________ _. 8-lbs. 25¢ ‘ , .,. I“. a y. M a swan: to 5”“ tie, at Shelton, April 5. and , Donald J. Edwards, 25, and ‘Gladys M. Hunt, 23, both of Gig éHarbor, at Shelton, April 4. l W. P. McMillin, legal, and ‘Amelia M. Taylor, legal, both of Seattle, at Shelton, April 3. Joe Andrews, 26, and Bessie Robinson, 17, both of Shelton, at Shelton, April 3. {at Shelton, April 3. . Earl Ray Gors, 28, and Helen ‘Anna VVeisenmuller, 29, both of Bremerton, at Shelton, April 7. Wayne Suttles, 23, and Shirley '.1. Smith, 19, both of Seattle, at lShelton, April 8. , Max H. Parrott, 26, and Kath- land, at Shelton, April 9. GARAGE OWNER ILL i Orin Ellison, proprietor of Elli- .son Motors garage, was admitted ‘ care yesterday. 22? W55“: Trillium '{MArE-UPf “ and those that would M youngl Campus Make-Up provides instant loveliness, for it... Veils freckles, pores and tiny lines; Gives even tone, and never shines! ls smooth, non-drying, light as dew; Helps guard against exposure, loo! ' A favorite with modern, young women everywhere. Goes on with ease for work or play; No powder needed; lasts all 50. FIR'DRUG STORE FRIDAY SATURDAY - MONDAY Wax Paper 125 ft. 15c Bonnie Best—Lge Tins Pineapple .2 for 33¢ Happy Home Ripe Olives pint 151: Dog Food 3for 25c Sound Brand—No. 303 Tin Com 3 for 25¢ Candy BARS . . 3 for 10¢ 25¢. SAUCE. 3 for 10¢ Elli—S113? 9;: Play Safe Carton MATCHES . . 15¢ ' James C. O’Neill, 31, and Greta] 3W. Drowley, 36, both of Tacoma,, ‘leen Grossman, 21, both of Port-‘ to Shelton hospital for medical“ 'much more than was expected,‘ i i icompanied by Mrs. R. L. John- i I g l l l . PHONE 100 l ___ __________________ .. 1 .__._.. l l lllaptlst Women’s Union lllold W'cdnesday Meeting I There were thirty members in \ attendance at the Baptist Church EWednesday for the regular mcet- ling of the Baptist Women’s Un— jion which proved to be highly in- ;teresting. A lighting of candles [in honor of the 70th birthday of ‘Baptist Women's Missionary so- iciety organized in 1871, was held. From this society several other iorganizations such as the World ‘rWide Guild, Crusaders and Red ECross work have started to help further this honorable work. The fseven captains were, Mrs. Maude iLeMaster, Mrs. Rachel Chase, Mrs. E. E. Furrister, Mrs. Mary Sil- vers, Mrs. Mary Hoyle, Mrs. Ruth Hatch and Mrs. Phyllis Brown. With a little outside help the ladies will reach their goal. A ‘Christian Friendliness skit was presented by Mrs. Hatch, Mrs. gLouise Gibbs and Mrs. Mary Sil~ vers. The patch apron realized ,and it will be turned back into circulation again as some of the ladies still haven't had it. An lelection of officers was held with Ithe following results, Mrs. Fran- Icis Cole, president; Mrs. A. W. ;I{0yle, vice-president; Mrs. Phyl- lis Brown, secretary, and Mrs. Louise Gibbs, treasurer. T h c inext meeting will be held on {'I‘hursday, April 17 and will be a birthday party and missionary .program in connection with the l prayer meeting. W.S.C.S. Hold Interesting Meet The Women’s Society for Chris- tian Service met Wednesday at the Methodist Church for a 1 o’clock luncheon followed by a business meeting. There was a very nice attendance and the ob- ject of the meeting was success- fully accomplished. The devotion~ 3.15 were lead by Mrs. Robert Brumblay, assisted with music by Mrs. H. H. Crary. Mrs. Dono- van Palmer gave two piano sel- ections and Mrs. Loui Larson, ac- son, rendered very appropriate vo— cals. Mrs. Brumblag gave an inspiring address “Altars Along' the Way.” The hostesses for the lafternoon were Mrs. W. M. El- i liott, Mrs. C. *Hammond, lMyrvan Wivcll, Mrs. Oliver Con- stable, and Mrs. Bertie McKin- i lney. The Circles will meet VVed-' nesday, April 23. Visits Former Employer Harold Perkins of Spokane vis- ited Thursday morning with Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Witsiers. Mr. Perkins was an employc of ,Mr.‘ Witsiers three or four years ago. Miss Florence Eells Bride-Elect Honored Tuesday afternoon, Mrs. T. V. Dunning entertained at her home in honor of Miss Florence Eells, bride-elect of June 20. During the afternoon three interesting games were played with honors won by Mrs. Earl Fitchett, End Mrs. Bovee. In the third game the guests were divided into three groups and each given a package of napkins, then one group dress- ed the bride and the other two groups dressed the bridesmaids. Mrs. Dunning had her home clev- erly decorated with apple blos- soms and spring flowers. Eells who was completely prised at, the shower, drew her many lovely presents from a wish- ing well. The invited guests were Mrs. Bovee, Mrs. L. Wiley, Mrs. Earl Fitchett, Mrs. Len Weston JMrs. Merritt Johnson, Mrs: ames Simmons, Mrs. R0 Mrs. John Stotsbury, les Chase, Mrs. Art Bennett Mrs Frank Swanson, Mrs. C. C. 'Gibbs. Mrs. W. R. Collier, Mrs. Mary Miss {Hunten Mrs. Howard Yule, Mrs.l Roy vEells, the honor uest M' Bells and the hostess ngs. Bulls: ning. Girl Scout Council Slates Monday Meet The Girl Scout Council meet Monday, April 14 with W. A. McKenzie at 10 a, m, will Mrs. T Friday - Saturday DOUBLE HORRORSHOW “ Shelton, Wash. Two Features “FACE BEHIND THE MASK” and Boris Karloff “THE DEVIL COMMANDS” m Sunday to Wednesday April 13 16 Melvyn Douglas Rosalind Russell “THIS THING CALLED LOVE” SPECIAL Attraction - ON 0 U R STAG E Tuesday, April 15 Only THE “PARD” DOG SHOW } Featuring LOBO Mrs. ‘ sur- illome For Easter Vacation l 5 Bill McCann arrived home on- Saturday from Washington State College where he is studying; chemical engineering, to spendl his Easter vacation with his par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. W. F. McCann. Bill arrived by train. Bill Miller and Herb Snelgrovc arrived home last weekend after driving from Pullman where they .,. ' (.h' t(n State I are attendmg W“ mg ) :present for the enjoyable occas- College. They will spend their vacation with their parents rc-l spectively, Mr. and Mrs. H. E.' Miller and Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Snelgrove. They will return tol [school Sunday. Bill spent Wed- inesday in Seattle. l Mary Lou Allan is spending her 'Easter vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Allan. She) will return to Washington State ,College on Wednesday. Mary Lou iwas attending a convention in Se- attle last week. Peggy Klasell, Barbara Drake, and Erline Durand arrive in i ,Shelton by bus Friday evening tol lspend their vacation from studies ;at Washington State College with ltheir parents. They will return to their studies next week, wherei the three girls are freshmen. Bar-u bara is now her cousins. Bob Hamilton will return in Seattle visiting Oregon, the first part ,of the week after spending his Easter vacation _with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Hamilton. Mary ILou Hamilton arrived home Mon- day after spending the weekend in Seattle with her aunt. Lou will return to Washington IState College on Sunday. I i 'Rcbekahs Hold Dessert Luncheon Wednesday The Rebekah dessert luncheon land apron sale held Wednesday at the Odd Fellows Hall, was very successful. All the aprons were disposed of and there was a very nice attendance for the luncheon. :The tables were attractively dec- ‘Orated with wall flowers, candy- 'tuft and Rose of Sharon. Chinese checkers and cards were enjoyed during the afternoon. The next meeting will be held on Wednes- day, April 23 at the Odd Fellows l Hall. lW.B.A. Holds Easter 'Party On Wednesday The VV.B.A. club met at the home of Mrs. Nick Ruff on Wed- nesday for an Easter party. There werenine members present. Mrs. Mary Shelton gave a reading on :“First Aid.” A very nice lunch- eon was served by the hostess during the afternoon. The next meeting will be held with Mrs. Lambert at her Skokomish Valley home, the second Wednesday of May. . -‘l‘ ', .. American, Legion Auxiliary Will II‘old Food Sale Saturday The American Legion Auxiliary will hold a Hot Cross Bun and Food,.Sale at the L. M. Store on lSaturday, April 12, beginning at 10 a. m. The food will be home cooked. American Legion Auxiliary To Hear Speaker Tuesday I The American Legion Auxiliary -will join with the Legion on Tues- ‘day evening at the regular meet- ing at 8 p. m. at the Memorial Hall to hear John N. Zydeman. Mr. Zydeman is the American Red Cross Field Director of the Vet- erans’ Administration of the State of Washington, and will speak on “The Red Cross and the World of Today." Refreshments will be served. lFrlendshlp Club {Holds Meeting Mrs. S. McGee and Mrs. Lam- bert, were co-hostesses for 16 members of the Friendship Club at their social meeting on Wed- Inesday, April 9, at the home of Mrs. McGee. Mrs. Anna Pearcy gave a. reading and work was done on Red Cross sewing.- De- ]licious refreshments were served by the hostesses. The next meet- ing Will be held with Mrs. .Winni— fred MacDonald in two Weeks, April 23. Lake Isabella Club Meets At Maple Beach The Lake Isabel-la Club met at Maple Beach with Mrs. Rains as hostess on Wednesday, with 18 members and a visitor, Mrs. Monroe. present. At a table beau- tifully decorated with spring flow- erS, Mrs. Nutt was surprised with a birthday cake and handkerchief shoWer, The following officers were chosen for the coming year, s. Edna Johnson, president; Mrs. Mrs. Edna Johnson, president; . Mrs. Petty, vice-president; ‘Mrs. Roesell, secretary, and Mrs. Boise, . treasurer. Mrs. Drake won the ,penny drill. There was an auc- tion sale of household novelties, Which brought in over $3.00, and a dollar was turned in from the galloping goose. r Seattle Visitors Mr. and Mrs. Guy Campbell of Seattle Were visitors at the W. A. Witsiers home on Saturday. The Campbells and the Witsiers were friends when ‘they both resided in Montana. lSlielton Dancing Club To Meet April 25 The Shelton Dancing club monthly dance originally sched- uled for this Friday will be held on Friday, April 25. Eagles Social Club Holds Meeting . ‘ The Eagles Auxiliary .Social club met at the new Morise Hall on Wednesday for a 1 o’clock luncheon. The afternoon 'was spent‘ sewing for the Red Cross and making plans-for the next public‘ luncheonw to ‘be held on Wednesday,y.A~pril 23. The drill team Will‘be ‘in charge of luncheon, l hing. , by Mrs. ' Mrs. '0 saying they held a tog ivy-11 t -. _~t 1 His indeed happy of this recogni-l 1 amet e unnem) y a a em 'tion and hopes the Shelton public' l the Honored At Party Mrs. Cliff Hudspcth was orcd at a card party given by her club members at the home of Mrs. Glen Chase on Tuesday eve- Honors at cards were won Vivian McGinnis and Ellen Harrison won out The guest prize was pre- hon- prize. ~sentcd to Mrs. Hudspcth and also a gift from the club, as sh 9 ex- pects to leave shortly ‘for Missou— ri to make her future home. She also received several gifts from friends who don’t belong to her club. A delicious and dainty lunch was served by Mrs. Roush, Mrs. McGinnis and Mrs. H. Chase at a late hour. Colored Easter eggs were very cleverly used as place cards, while lilacs were used throughout the rooms. ‘I‘hosc ion were Vivian McGiimis, Lura Hurst, Laura Roush, Ethel Soule, Ellen Harrison, Mary Dillon, Bee Woodworth, Mrs. Vclza Adams, Iand Mrs. Gladys Adams. Mabel Hall, May Harrison and Hazel Chase were unable to be present. Shelton VVomon’s Chorus \Vin Air Recognition The Shelton Women’s Chorus was pleasantly surprised when Mrs. G. A. Duyff, president, re- ceived a letter Irom Station KIR midnight musical and wished to recognize the Shelton Women’s Chorus in this one for April, East- er Sunday. They wished to give the history of the Chorus over the air and comply with any request- ed numbers the Chorus members might choose to suggest. They would play for what time is al-| lotted the Chorus. The Chorus will keep this date in mind, mid- night Sunday, April 13, Station KIRO. It is very necessary for members of the Chorus to be in attendance at the next practice, Tuesday, April 15 at 7:30 at the music room in the senior high school. Mrs. Helen Gould To Present Book Talks Mrs. Helen Gould, sponsored by the Girl Scout Council, will pre- sent another of her charming book talks Monday, April 14 at the courthouse in the court room at 2 p. m. The books Mrs. Gould review are, “Not For The Meek" by Elizabeth Kaup; “Be- hind God's Back," by Negley Far- son, and “Random Harvest” by James Hilton. The tickets may be purchased from any of the coun- cil members or at the door Mon- day. The three books are in the Shelton Library. Mrs. Glenn Landers Gives Bridge Luncheon * Mrs. Glenn Landers entertain~ ed at her home on Wednesday with a bridge luncheon. There were three tables of cards in play With Mrs. John Catto and Mrs. Walter Kullrich winning honors. ! Rainbow Mothers ! Slate Meeting .’ The Rainbow Mothers lwill meet at the Masonic Temple Ion Tuesday, April 15, at 2 o’clock for an election of officers. mothers are urged to attend. FOR Bouquet Lenth erie Mirac Also Old Spice Colognes ASTER- Ca Max Factor Hollywood a new i I ! l i 1 monthly ‘ Club Colognes Bouquet Lentheric Tweed... 1.00~2.00 Colonial Dames Candlelight Cologne $1 Lucien LeLong Balalaika.... 1.00-1.50 GREETING CARDS and Gift Cards —' Novelty PAN-CAKE MAKE-UP it It creatcs complexion 5 I59 .:‘ Page Five 1130); Social To Be Sponsored By 4—H The Southsidc 4-H Sewing Club will present a box-social Saturday night, April 12. The social will be given at the community hall. for the Southside community and the public is invited. The funds, realized will help to send dole-g gates to Pullman in June. The; members of the Sewing Club are Donna and Shirley Hoffman, June and Madeline Woldcn, and Thelma McGee. Mrs. Asche is the lead- er. Many other social events for‘ the near future are being plan-s ned. TONSIL CLINIC OPENS Six patients had their tonsils removed today as the tonsil clinic authorized recently by the Mason County commissioners started. ROE. To Hold Lodge Meeting Monday Evening i The F.O.E. will hold a regularl lodge meeting Monday evening,‘ April 14. There will be initiation. and entertainment furnished by‘ Seattleites. The men will bc in‘ charge of the supper. 1 Travel in modern~da>® J coaches on Union Pacific 1 trains is not only most economical —- but so restful and pleasant. DeMolay Moth-gs lliangc Meetings i The DeMolay Mothers Club has cancelled the meeting for Mon— . . . !day, April 14. The next meetingi Alr'condlttmned (million- Ewm be Monday, May 12 at Porter servwe. Free PlllOWB. p. m. at the Masonic Temple. All. members are urged to keep this'. date in mind and attend the meet- ing. Rebekahs To Meet Friday Evening 1 l The Rebekahs will meet this Friday at the Odd Fellows Hall at o’clock for a business sessionl Members will note the meeting is; starting one half hour later than usual, a change made effective this month. PORTLAND ROSE — 9:35 P. M. daily from Portland Challenger Meals 35¢. 40C, 50C. Registered Nurse-Stewardess. PACIFIC LIMITED— 8:00 A. M. daily from Portland. Popular Coffee Shop service. Streamliner i CITY OF PORTLAND Saves 17-hours Portland to Chicago. Leaves 6:30 P. M. on lot, 7th, 13th,19th and 25th * ,Daughters 0f Pioneers ’Meet On April 17th i The Mason County Chapter No. l 14 of the Daughters of Pioneers ‘7: .will meet on April 17 with Mrs. °£ “Ch “math N° 9"” {‘"9- '-'§' ‘ Nettie Hodge at her home at 7" 1221M, Franklin street. The meet-l l-OW COACH FARES... ing will start at 2 o’clock and S Ruund “ there will be an election of offic- Trip ‘ 3-; 65 CHICAGO _____._. FROM otyiul'l, 3. gP.E.0. Meeting . $39.90 um. “As it; ' Monday Evening A. regular meeting of Chapter VilllSunVollodealm.ldoallorrest ‘B, P.E.O. Will be held on Monday or relaxation for the entire family. evening at the home of Mrs. Herb‘ Angle. . l , I 3:333: Ask local agent HEART ATTACK TREATED I about travel 0“ James Mifflin, McCleary Tim-I‘ “99" No money her company employe, was admit-v “ 5w! down” Pay laer' ted to Shelton hospital Wednesday 9"." , . , ‘1 ., for treatment of a heart attack. ' ‘ 1 CW . ‘7 c His condition was reported today as serious. -'« ‘ ‘R‘Ailfnuno“ —“——_ “— ,rigrirmg'fl ~ qm/ihf/mf/eufei: Journal Want-Ads—Phone 100 ' ‘ ' ' ' i M“ — .— ; ST. DAVID’S EPISCOPAL CHURCH ‘MEMORIAL HALL l EASTER DAY SERVICE 7:30 p. m. Holy Communion and Sermon YOU ARE CORDIALLY INVITED TO ATTEND All l —..._ .H... _.._...______ _.-_ _1_ _..__..__.._..._.. I s ALL THE FAMILY 16.. 1.00 - 1.75 1.00 and up ndies and Candy Gift Baskets . . . ’ PERFUMES FOR EASTER GIVING . . . r 5i. r" Lenthcric Tweed,‘ Carnation, Shanghai . . . 1.00, 1.25, 1.75 and up to 10.00 Lucien LeLong Indiscret, Impromptu, Tailspin . . . 1.50 and up to 15.00 Leam Perfume .............. __ 55c up to 9.00 Coty PariS. E m e r a n d e, L’Orizan L’Aimant . . . . 1.00, 1.50 to 9.00 ‘- FACE POWDERS, ROUGES, COMPACTS . . . Yardley Powder & Compacts $1 to $5 Lentherie Powder & Compacts $1 to $5 LeLong Powder & Compacts, up to $10 Colonial Dames Campus Make Up. 50.0 ' A Woman (Never-i Forgets the Man Who' Remembers wit h - Whitman Choc’olates . . . Whitman’s Sampler. $1.50, $3.00, $5.00 Whitman’s Fruit and Nuts .......... __ 1.00 Whitman’s Miniatures .................. __ 1.00 Whitman’s Penn Wynn Creams... 1.00 Whitman’s Nut, Crisp and Chewy. 1.00 ; (code/i Sapgwfiam _