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April 22, 1941     Shelton Mason County Journal
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April 22, 1941

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. April 194 1. urged all ILHLShf‘IllHl Garden Club I friends ilitervstvd‘filaie Monday Mocking l l l v L ,are of boys in camp! Thn regular l'ilvoting of tho" :' te their (l()ll:l‘0b.\l‘lll‘ll, ‘ Shi‘ili’m l'... ’illl‘. Will lZH‘ W V it: a, “A [03 '. 01" Senatm- 130m. -( ' ‘ .‘ilomluji'. , . :2“. It will. lT‘Qlll _______r______m_ smith fl ask111g the gummy: . \Vltll :1 ‘0 luncheon at the. , ‘3 l ‘ Wan-muss: ii. The slm < ‘ """mm‘m‘i‘" s Bill S. 860. .rdcn (.1!) and the Hm. . ‘fi ,7 "3"»:"3 . o o o . .9 0.0... . IENDmr rm. ,. 14> :lttcml. i .l.‘ lllllllfllllH'é‘il in progl" . V ' .llood Canal Women’s Club o . A. ’. paper. o 31‘; . 3. 1 all Shelton Gar— l Hold Regular Meeting I ~§~l 91“?!“7‘33' 0”; The Hood Canal Women‘s club 3“ genatmns as ‘ met in the. Club Rooms at Hoods— o (toiling Mrs. port school on April 17th, with All members a up... u siding. , The remaining events on the lClUb program were decided upon, i , , lwith the result that a potluck i "Mi" lawn“ lpicnic will be held on May lst at Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Attwood ‘. 11 a. m, at the club gmunds next :spent the weekend with his par-TtO P-U-D~ NO- 1 Plant. under the and Mm. w, c, Attwood auspices of the Garden Depart- ,ment. Each member is asked to come prepared for outdoor work, as well as to bring material and container for at least one flower o 5... lolc for spcclnlen' . . ‘bloonzs: and for decorating. o v o o o a o... o’c’o’o‘v .! 308.39! good service .0 , “um C l c an e r s, a“ “1‘14” “gm ,.,. You deal directly .-.l it’lvi’rptxpllilCOT‘T-ljl City. plant. or with a Courtesy and O o o 00‘s.. ,._ fi_‘h.__ u_ l INDS EXTRA‘ no 0 9 u 22‘ H are important : .. lno . . , , 3- Hinds Honey & Almond Cream arrangement. ab u? 0°‘1(’C'pt1°‘1 "f Re ular $1 Size The Mother-Daughter banquet uSlnesg 09! 9 :81. F0 " .3.‘ ‘date has been advanced to May E T Pm ~t~ 1 r“ , ‘ 2, with a 6:30 dinner at the Colon- S In Cleaners, o? br'tru Creamy. Extra Softening lia‘l House in Shelton, with Mrs. 00! l l 0 f0? Service Goodpaster as chairman. Members are asked to make their reservations with the chairman at the earliest possible date, as seat- ing capacity will be limited. The year's activities will be completed with the Musical Break— fast to be held at Alderbrook Inn at 10 a. m. on Tuesday, May 27th. :An attractive program is being arranged by the (lo-chairmen, Mrs. iHelen Andersen and Miss Dorothy IRoseleaf, and the installation of fofficers will take place at this 1 time. i The annual election of officers lwas ably conducted by Mrs. Frank Robinson, past president, with the ‘following officers elected: Mrs. H. R. Dickinson, Hoodsport, presi- dent;Mrs. Pierre Robinson, Lilli- iwaup, vice-president; Mrs. Frank sNosworthy, Union, 2nd vice-presi- ,dent; Mrs. M. C. Stark, Union, ‘secretary (reelected); Mrs. Emil Daviscourt, Shelton, treasurer. l The club voted to send Mrs. lDickinson and Mrs. Stark as dele- gates to the state convention in Seattle in June, with Mrs. Short and Mrs. Linscott elected alter- hates. Luncheon was served at noon, 0 ’ 9‘: o o o o o o o.- ‘0 o.ot.‘ a. 0.. 0.1 o.“ '. News“ was presented, first by Mrs. Short, who read the recent I ,ing Post entitled “The Pioneers Of Wrong—Way-Home," in tribute p D to Mrs. Frank Waskey (Josie .J . Moody). who was her classmate in Shelton high school and who graduated with her in 1916. Mrs. Fanna Wright sent an linteresting resume of "Women In The News" from the time they first made their appearance in ,public life, and after telling of . the influence of Susan B. Anthony, she mentioned many women prom- inent in National, State and Com- munity affairs. Mrs. M. C. Stark lread Mrs. Wright's paper. 2 , The highlight of the day's pro- gram was the exceptionally fine E» ! paper prepared and read, with )W 1 ,many personal touches and ob used .‘servations, by Mrs. B. A. Ball, éw. jentitled “Women Of The White n i‘ House." Mrs. Ball had spent [many hours, over a period of sev- leral months, in assembling’her imaterial, which brought these famous women of history to us as living. lovable characters, and made us realize how little we have ever known of their private lives. She held the rapt attention of her audience for an hour and 3. half. and the applause was loud and long at the conclusion. In mm flfATZ’ER 0F ' 99 THIS v Jurinnnuuauir.4 czzzznzur'zauzzuz: Tenement.zrishiunurxa (zaue'vuuuuur iruanaouenuruzrr7inuczlzrr' ' of course, you’ll find no clutch pedal‘ at a1]. Gears shift automati- cally through all four forward speeds. You get full accelerating power Without manual shifting. And you get per- formance that puts you right out ahead! BOX at the floor mat before you buy any car with a new type of “drive.” If you find a clutch pedal, it’s a sure sign that a clutch pedal is needed—for part- timc shifting of gears. In a Hydra- Matic Oldsmobile, General Motors Built and Backed by amen PHONE 100 Mrs. F. L. Short, president, pre-I following which “Women In The. article from the Saturday Even-. SHELTON-MASON COUNTY JOURNAL _. l lappreciation of the worth of Mrs. 'Ball's presentation, the club votedl ’ .unanimously to send the paper to lthe Reciprocity Bureau of the lVVasllington State Federation of. lWomen‘s Clubs. :Shelton woman’s Club I ‘Holds Regular Meeting 3 The Shelton Woman‘s club met! : Monday afternoon at the home of f ers. Hugh Hamilton. Mrs. A. Almaden was in charge of the program, “Northwest Artist.” She "was assisted by Mrs. Homer Tay- i, llor, who spoke on “Edmond Fitz-( lgerald,” Mrs. Duncan Wilson, who lrcported on “Treasure Island,” land Mrs. Hugh Hamilton review- led “The Group of Twelve." The ‘election of officers for the com- ing year was held. Mrs. Homer Taylor was elected president; Mrs. Lawrence Burrell, vice-president; Mrs. Frank Willard, secretary; Mrs. Robert Trenckmann, treas- urer, and Mrs. Robert Johnson, Iparliamentarian. Mrs. Hamilton, lthe past president and first presi- dent of the Delphian group, was [presented a book from the mem- lbers of the Woman’s club in zip preciation of her inspiration and helpfulness. A delightful tea was lserved following the meeting by ‘the past officers in honor of the newly elected officers. 1 Public Card Party ! Slated For April 29 Tuesday evening, April 29 at her Girl Scout Executive \Vill Speak to Women Miss Ruth E. Stephenson, of Portland, Oregon, member of the Girl Scout national staff, will speak before the Shelton Girl 'Scout leaders and all other local women interested in Scouting on Wednesday at an all day session to be held at the Colonial House. The meeting will start at 10 a. m. with luncheon served at noon. Miss Stephenson, who is meeting with ' Council members today at the Col- onial House holds the post of field 'advisor in the northern section of the Big Tree Region which in- cludes Washington, Oregon" and Alaska, where she presents nat- ional training courses in Scout administrative, personnel. MT‘S. George Andrews l5 spon- Good ‘lvfll Truck Isoring a public card party. on In Town Thursday The Good Will truck will be. home on Hillcrest. The proceedslin town Thursday, April 24, and to be used for the furnishings for I will pick up in the down town dis” the Moose Ladies’ Hall. . Weekend Guests Mrs. H. Cummins and daugh- ter, Martha of Tacoma, and Glenn Bedell of Fort Lewis, were week- lend guests of Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Bedcll. Glenn is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Bedell. Cliff Barrett Honored lAt Surprise Party Saturday evening, Mrs. Cliff l l'prise birthday party for Mr. Bar- 'rett. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. Bus Borgford, Mr. and l Mrs. Oring Buckingnam and Dean, {Mrs Sarah Hansen, Bob Hansen, land Joe Tshida. Later Bob Han- lsen left for the dance at Horse- shoe Lake. Following a delicious dinner, pinochle was played. Hon- ors were won by Mrs. Sarah Han- sen, Cliff Barrett and Mr. and ers. Borgford. lHoodsport Catholic Ladies Sponsor Public Card Party The Catholic Ladies of Hoods-l [port will sponsor a public card party Thursday evening, ,Hall. Mrs. Wm. Daniels is the chairman in charge of the party. Prizes will be awarded for ipinochle and bridge. prize will be given. welcomed. Also a door , .______ Visiting \Venatchee With Grand Officers ' Miss Juanita Miller left Mon-l lday with other grand officers of l I the Rainbow Girls to spend 10! days visiting Rainbow assemblies! gin Wenatchee and other Eastern l Washington cities. Shelton Dancing Club Slate Friday Dance The Shelton Dancing club will I give another of their invitational monthly dances Friday evening from 9:30 to 1:30. Dave Colemans Harbor will furnish the music. The committee in charge of the dance are Mr. and Mrs. Rolla Halbert, chairman; Mr. and Mrs. Herb Driver. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Jackson and Mr. and Mrs. Art Lindroth. Joint Social Meeting Scheduled For Friday Following the regular lodge \meetings at the I.0.0.F‘. Hall at o’clock on Friday there will be a. joint social meeting of the Re- lbekahs, Odd Fellows and Junior Odd Fellows. All visiting Re- bekahs are invited to attend the meeting. A program will be pre- sented and refreshments served. Bride-Elect Of Shelton Man Honored Thursday With Miss Isabel Hoge as guest lof honor, Mrs. Christoper C. Gil- son and Mrs. Norman Gates are planning a supper at the Gilson home in Seattle, Thursday, April 24. Miss Hoge, daughter of Mrs. Carl Henry Hoge, will become the bride of Mr. Robert McGough Church in an afternoon service. Several parties already have been given for Miss Hoge, includ~ ing a bridge dessert with Miss Eloise Sweet as hostess last Thursday. and Monday evening Miss Millicent Doncaster and Miss Virginia Fctt entertained for Miss Hoge. l Miss Hoge was graduated from the UniVersity of Washington, where she affiliated with Alpha Chi Omega Sorority and her fi- ance attended Whitman College, a member of Beta Theta Pi Frat- ernity. Mr. McGough is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Bert McGough of Cashmere. l l W. C. T. U. Holds I Regular Meeting The Women’s Christian Tem- l perance Union was entertained at l the home of Mrs. Robert Johnson lin Skokomish Valley on Friday. In the absence of Mrs. Andersen, the president, Mrs. Ed. Elliott presided. Plans were made for a local institute to be held here at , the next meeting. Visits Sister Mrs. Viola Holmes, Miss Gladys Sevey and Howard Sevey of Se- attle were weekend visitors at the Hugh Hamilton home. Mrs. Holmes, sisters. l I eight—piece orchestra from Grays! l April! 3' 24, at the St. Edwards Church! ; 500, l , Everyone is’ i of Shelton May 9 in the Unitarian . i l trict. Next week it will pick up on Hillcrest and Angleside. Any- one wishing the truck to stop should phone 236W. Picnic on Canal Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Shipley of Portland, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Christianson of Tacoma and Mr. and Mrs. F. 0. Anderson of Olym- pia were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Grunert on Sunday. The group picnicked on Hood Canal, Barrett entertained with a sur- ' and reported the view of Seattle and surrounding territory was Ivery clear from Mt. Walker. Girl I l l I l l l l l l l l l l l l I l l l ! l ’ home for Daughters Of Pioneers Hold Election Meeting On Thursday, April 17, Mrs. Nettie Hodge entertained at her the Daughters of the Pioneers. As suggested by their constitution they re-clcctcd the following officers to serve a sec- ond term. Mrs. Warren Dickie. president; Mrs. B. S. Bargcr, vicc- § Eacrett, president; Miss Sylvia Burst, treasurer; Mrs. Warren Lincoln, librarian; Mrs. Minnie B. Myers, historian; and Mrs. Warren Earl. secretary. The Mason County Chapter joined the State Historic- al Assn, which was organized when a bill was passed by the House this spring to make the C. J. Lord home in Olympia a state museum. Delegates selected to at- tend the State Convention in Yak- ima on May 12, 13, 14 were Mrs. Dickie, Mrs. Barger, and Mrs. My- ers, the alternate Miss Borst. The next meeting will be held in May at the home of Mrs. Mary Shelton on Cota Street. Mrs. Jesse Barrett Entortains Club Mrs. Jesse Barrett entertained at her home Tuesday evening for the regular meeting of her bridge club. Honors were won by Mrs. Edgar Bryne and Mrs. Glen Edg- ley. Mrs. George Cooper won the galloping goose Refreshments Rebekahs To Moot Wednesday Afternoon The Rebekah Social club will meet Wednesday afternoon at 1:45 at the Odd Fellows Hall for a re- gular business meeting. ‘thc Junior High Page Three Bordeaux P.-T. A. Thursday Meeting llcld ! l The Bordeaux P. T. A. held their! monthly meeting at the school j Thursday afternoon. The programl was presented by the pupils of l the first grade, and included songs, l readings, and a dramatization of.I 1Peter Rabbit. Results of the elec— tion of officers were Mrs. Francis ! president; Mrs. James Simmons, vice-president; Mrs. H.5 G. Moir, treasurer, and Miss Ethel May Cochrane, secretary. The aS-g sociation agreed to send their new president to the convention in Spo- . kane to be held May 14, 15, 16. Miss Maude Shorter, principle of School gave a very interesting and instructive talk which was greatly appreciat- ed by the mothers. Pouring at the tea table centered with lilac were Mrs. Clarence Grunert, Mrs. Wm.v Bourland, and Mrs. A. L. Walton. Mrs. J. F. Bichsel } Entertains Club Mrs. John Bichsel entertainedl at her home Friday afternoon for her Bridge club. There were .two tables of cards in play with Mrs.l E‘d Elliott, \Mrs. Clarence G-runcrt and Mrs. Francis Eacrett winning -honors. Mrs. Bichsel’s daugthe_r,l Mrs. Chase, was a guest of the] club. Delicious refreshments were served by the hostess. l Eagles Auxiliary Will 1 Hold Public Luncheon l The Drill Team of the Eagles l Auxiliary will hold another pub- l lic luncheon at the new Moose Hall, Wednesday from 11:30 to 1 o’clock. FLYA‘i‘éfl‘Jie‘lfii Share the costs with a friend—charter the Cruiser for a flight over the snow- capped Olympics—to where $5.50 each per hour ED JEFFERY PH. 474w SHELTON AIRPORT - COTTON ANKLETS Tillcllr’ll mu A‘lOllS For Children and Misses ............... .. 2/15¢ Anniversary Value! 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