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April 29, 1941     Shelton Mason County Journal
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‘7‘" April 29, 1941. i Dahlman—Mallows 1 'Wedding Solemnized "Bell entertained atl in a simple and quiet wedding, y for members of before members of the families, 0111b, at a regular 1 the wedding of Mrs. Alvina Mal- 1503‘1 Count‘ O’Clock. There \irerc'lows and Charles Dahlman was its 110’“ I. S and two visitors. l solemnizcd Saturday morning at, ing at 7 Hodge and Mrs. Leah 11:30 o‘clock in the Baptist par- ‘1 reorga, ..B_.Mrs. Bell read afsonage in Olympia. The Rev. )ne of t . mantlsh West Indies 1n- : Everton performed the ceremony. lUSineSSv ‘ ' 631011 member answer— .1 For her wedding Mrs. Dahlman i, chose a blue jacket frock of silk ,crepe. with white accessories. Her icorsagc was iris and carnations. 'Mrs. H. Gustafson, her sister, was ‘ller attendant. Mrs. Gustafson wore a pale greel‘l silk crepe dress with a corsage of carnations. N. Hansen, of Olympia, was best man. Following the wedding a re-I Eception was held at the home of [Mrs Gustafson for about 25 lnnounced kg? with a current news 9 next me cr gm etin, Will be Weeks. ‘ Monday Auxiliary held al g -Monday evening. Were served in the! 1fins were made to -. new 1. .. min Moose Hall Wee is ,3. NE; 730th the 50Ci3}ffr'ielids. The mantle and recep— tin; and the ne¥~ition table were beautifully deco- °n May 12 Willirated with lilacs and iris. Fol- the Moose Hall- llowing a trip to Oregon Mr. and iMrs. Dahlman will return to Shel- : ton. Sa i ESlieltonians Attend iinc Oggv U .k Rollt , Bremerton Concert 8‘ 09 - c, i, 8""19 Comfort . Several Sheltonians attended ter a blCY. ind Ha . ,r n 1 n , t f ,at you ca " . ‘ Pplness L :e un..ua spring concer 0 W0- DESIGNS AND L BOUQUETS ‘a’WWhere, anytime Floral Slop HaI‘dware Bldg. men's Choral Society of Bremer- *ton Sunday afternoon in the First iChristian Church. The Chorus ‘gave 12 numbers, all requested, .in four groups, interpreting each [number with much feeling, ac-l icordizig to the depth or lightness, iunder the direction of Grace Dg— lrosky. The Artiste Trio of Se- . . Iattle, guest artists for the con- ‘ E lccrt, gave remarkable perform- n N I N G lance in six numbers given in two ldifl'crent groups. Members of the :Trio are: Dorothy Eustis, piano; 313eth McDonalds, violin; and P01— lly Clifford, cellist. Those attend— ,ing from Shelton were: Bea Lar- lsen, Nena Roberts, Nettie Hodge, chrnice Stewart, Anna Kneeland,‘ lBertha Dunning, Bird Dotson and on can 53 at the 53 newspfill’er c Shelton' (.1. YOUR CLOTHES 1% A: . .S‘ as“ w» you appe ldaughter Marlyn Dotson. eyes? ,‘ I keep your fl ; Mrs. Archie Adams an and 4: Elliot-talus Club lbout your Mrs. Archie Adams entertainedl p clothes] ,at her new home Thursday onI \\ ,Little Skookum Bay for members[ St! iof the Evergreen club of Camp ‘5. \ ,A potluck lunch was served at, mrium ‘noon. Those present for the af- me 86 for i ternoon were the Mesdames, Char- les Dale, Virgil Adams, Frank Ahl, Vernon Lord and daughter‘ Vernadine, Lee Osborne, Mabel ,Burke, Jack Ambrose, Ray Davis, ;Lewis Russell, Everett Davidson, 1Harold LeGarde, Fred Lord, Jo- :seph Tate and Clyde White. The in, . ggroup was treated to ice cream Pi 011s and grime and cookies on the way home by‘ 0rate fabric fibres gEli Penovich at his new home on gzgterns and colors, ‘Cookson street. inshods and skilful l “sure the long life 1 Cleaned by us. i we g makes your ' ,cafr longer because eflfl cleaning gent- Lincoln Brownies Hold Monday Meeting The Lincoln Brownie Troop went ‘for a hike Monday evening. Their treat was buns and marshmallows, which the girls toasted over a campfire. There were 34 girls present—CHLOE DICKINSON, scribe. ‘No. ‘2. SH Neighbors Of \Voodcraft Installation Held The Neighbors of Woodcraft met Friday evening at the home of Mrs. Susie Pauley for installa— tion. Clintoh Okerstrom was pre- sented a past guardian neighbor watch charm, and Mrs. Tucker, installing officer. presented a gift. The D" 20 Guardian neighbor was present from Olympia. There were also several others present from served during the evening by Mrs. Pauley. Thursday evenin 3‘, May 1, at 8 p. m., Mrs. live Tucker will entertain the group at her son’s home, 620 Arcadia. Robertson-Siders Married In Shelton Mrs. Goldie Siders, daughter of Mrs. Lula Perkins and Melvin Robertson, son of Bill Robertson, were married Saturday afternoon. April 19 at 2 o’clock. Justice of Daphne Ruth Siders returned Sur— day from the Seattle Orthopedic hospital to join her mother and new father. The Lake Isabella club Monday at her home with a kitch- en shower. The young couple living at the Joe Hill home on Arcadia Road. Successful Dance Staged Friday The Shelton Dancing club held another of their delightful month— 'ly dances Friday evening in the Memorial Hall. The hall was decorated like a bowcry with small ‘tables with red and white check- 'ered cloths down the side of the hall. Candles in wax-covered bot— tles were used for light. These were placed on the tables and mantle. Soft drinks Were servud from the bar. Mr. and Mrs. Mark Pickens won the prize waltz. Dale Coleman’s eight piece orchestra from Grays Harbor furnished the music which was greatly enjoyed. National President Will Visit Legion Auxiliary The National President of the American Legion Auxiliary, Mrs. Louis J. Lemstra of Indianapolis, Indiana, will visit in Seattle May A dinner is being arranged in her honor at the Chamber of Commerce dining room for 6:30 p. in. Friday evening, May 2nd, in Seattle. All American Legion and American Legion Auxiliary mem- bers who can, will Attend this dinner. Reservations for the din- ner may be made with Mrs. Clyde S. Cameron, telephone West 0463 in Seattle. Troop 25 Mothers Whom it May Concern I trary to the reports that are being lated throughout this district, Lo- lmen' 3- 11-131, Olympia-Shelton Boom- ‘é: {111d Rafters Union have made no "inlter plans for a strike. In event it , mfis necessary for the Boommen- C mhstl‘lke, ample notification will be air nutted to all loggers and millmen " ectly concerned. a4. 3. Boone Recording Secretary. \ otoooooooooqoc.o"oi .00....Qfd’ogw.‘0.".09.00.00‘“.00.0 , 30 I :0 .0. 0*.99‘»‘.' o o o o o o o" .ofioooonoo “3x o o}. 'o w o o o n.» 00 o o .9. o o o o n a ’5 N o o o“. o o o o o”v o O “0 Treat Boy Scouts The Scout Mothers of Troop 25. gave the boys a surprise treat at their meeting April 16. Scouts and two Visitors present, were served home-made butter- horns and punch. leader of Troop 25 expressed his appreciation to the Scout Mothers of Troop 25 for held in getting the crowd out for Troop 25 to win the trophy at the last Court of Honor. The next meeting of the mo- thers is slated for May 7, the place will be announced later. Carnation Club Holds Regular Meeting The Carnation club was enter- tained by Mrs. Lucy VVeyand at her home on Thursday afternoon‘ with a 1:30 dessert luncheon. There were 11 mentors and it There were 11 members and a afternoon was spent sewing for the Red Cross. Plans were laid for the silver tea to be held May 15 at the home of Mrs. Jesse Bar— rett, which is a regular meeting date. Homemaking Club Slates Meeting Mrs. W. Anderson will entertain the Moose Ladies Homemaking club at the Moose Hall Thursday evening. It will be a special busi- ness meeting and all officers are urged to be present. Ritual drill will be practiced. Friday eve- ning the regular May meeting will be held. Initiation is scheduled and visitors will be present from Tacoma. 12 ...... .. DR. BRUMBLAY ...... .. 12 Mrs. Hugh Hamilton and Rev. and Mrs. Robert Brumblay mo- tored to Tacoma Monday. Rev. Brumblay attended a meeting of Commission on Finance of The o o o o to.“ ’o ‘0 ’o o .o » o o”. to.” o co. ‘- 0:. ofv 23! 23: ' e to GROWING BABIES i r :3: % 0:. =c°llr y ' ' 0:. 1398 your childs development, by 9|V||19 3. . .tbe foods his doctor recommends. Milk .E. I 0%“ Vital. 131 yr . o‘o 'your "ch in cream milk can be delivered to 1:: 21N1d°°r daily in bottle or container. Phone 3 E A, (Approved) is the milk most babies °n- It’s a health builder. L 4-n DAIRY ,‘EVERETT FOURRE o 0:. o o 2 o o o o o o O ...’u'oo’u”:Ootfi0.":O':¢O:OO:OO:OOMCO.9‘.“Q‘.f.:.....'“0"0 O t 0 0" o" .009 v 00 Pacific Northwest Conference of which he is a member. Repre— sentatives from various parts of the Northwest were present. Mrs. Hamilton and ’Mrs. Brumblay spent the day visiting acquaint- ances in Tacoma. r W.C.T.U. Local Institute Friday The W.C.T.U. will meet Friday, May at 10:30 a. m. for a local institute at the home of Mrs. Minnie Myers. Potluck lunch will be served at 1 o‘clock. Study will be in the Departments of Christ- ian Citizenship, Flower Missions, International Relations and Sol- diers and Sailors. A large at- {tendance is anticipated. Mrs. W. D. Austin Entertains Club Mrs. W. D. Austin entertained at her home on Thursday, April 24, with a 12:30 luncheon for the members of her bridge club. Dur- ing the afternoon there were two tables of cards in play with Mrs. Warren Abel and Mrs. John King winning honors. Mrs. Palmer Will Present Musical Mrs. Donovan Palmer will pre— sent a musical Saturday evening at 8 o’clock in the Methodist Church. The general public is in- vited to attend. The program will be presented in Thursday’s paper. I PHONE 100 the same city. Refreshments were ; Peace Walter Magoon officiated.i and neighbors honored Mrs. Robertson ‘ The 28 ' Earl Sheldon, ‘ ELTN—MASON COUNT :Shelton \Vomen's Chorus lPostpones Singing Date The Shelton Women's Chorus jwill not sing over Station KGY, Olympia, tonight, Tuesday, as pre- lviously planned. It has been lpostponed till a later date. The lcnorus will meet at 7:30 in the lmusic room at the senior high lschool instead for the usual prac- tice. ‘Visit In Bellingham ‘ Miss Vera. ROWe, T. C. Rowe and ers. Ellen Putman motored to lBellingham for the weekend to 'visit Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Stenger land Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Haskins. ‘Mrs. Rowe returned with them to Shelton after spending several ,weeks visiting her daughter. Hudspeths Leave Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Hudspeth and children left Sunday for In- idependence, Missouri where they will make their new home. Driving , back with them as far as Kansasl City are Mr. and Mrs. Byronl VVeilenman. Erhimble Club I Holds Meeting l The Thimble club met Thurs- day with Mrs. Pearl Willey for a general business meeting. A des- sert luncheon was served by the hostess. The next meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Myrtle V Glenn. Good Will Truck Here. Thursday The Good Will truck will be in [Shelton on Thursday to pick up' 'on Angleside and Hillcrest. Any-l one wishing the truck to stop may lphone 236W. Daughter Ill ’ Mrs. N. L. Clifford was Called from Snohomish this week because of the illness of her daughter, Mrs. Ruby Pearson. Mrs. Pearson is improved and Mrs. Clifford will return to Snohomish Wednesday. l Lincoln P.-T. A. Officer J In the listing of the new Lin- coln P.—T. A. officers in last ,'l‘hursday‘s paper it read Mrs. Lawrence Burrell as vice-presi- dent when it should have been Mrs. Lawrence Munson. I Visit Coulee Dam 1 Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. Hurst returned to Shelton Sunday night after spending several days at Soap Lake and Coulee dam. Visits Brother , Mr. and Mrs. P. T. Dickie of Port Angeles spent the weekend lVVith Mr. and Mrs. Bill Dickie. The Mr. Dickies are brothers. Saturday Visitors . Mr. and Mrs. Louis Herzog, Mr. and Mrs. Warren Abel "and Mr. and Mrs. Walt Austin spent Sate urday evening with Mr. and~Mrs. Frank Pierce. ~ Sunday Visitors Mr. and Mrs. Ragner Christen- sen and son Glen, of McKenna, Washington, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Austin. ‘ Visiting Mother Mrs. ‘Howard Oakland of Ho- .quiam is spending an indefinite viSit here with her mother, Mrs. Helen Forrest. ‘ Visiting Mrs. LeCompte Mrs. Lee Osborne of Camp is visiting this week with Mrs. Ar- chie LeCompte in Shelton. E“ Andrews Photo KEITH HERZOG I Keith Herzog is a very fine youngster representing the Shel- ton—Mason County Journal in its subscription campaign. If you pay Keith before Saturday night you will be helping him along towards being the owner of a new bicycle. Y JOURAL -doubling her efforts these Beauty Expert Will Visit The Fir Drug Store Local women with beauty prob- lems will find expert aid coming to their assistance next week, when Miss Hazel Waterman, spe- cial consultant for the toiletries department of the Colonial Dames company, will visit the Fir Drug Store. Miss Waterman, who will be in Shelton from May to May 10, will give all who make an ap- pointment with her, a refreshing, instructive facial and specialized make-up, with the compliments of the Fir Drug Store. Andrews Photo MARGARET VALLEY Margaret Valley is one of the very charming young candidates in the Journal’s subscription cam— paign. When the first vote stand- ing was figured she stood very high. Margaret is determined to finish in top place and is re- last few days. You can save money Andrews Photo LEONARD PARKS This is Leonard Parks who is one of the better candidates in the Journal’s subscription cam- paign. Your votes may decide whether or not Leonard will be the proud owner of a new bicycle Saturday night so be sure and take advantage of the Journal’s special subscription rate, and cast your votes for Leonard. I‘Al‘ldl‘CWS Photo WENTZ EAGLE Wentz has settled down to prove that every candidate in the Jour- nal’s campaign is going to have to be on his toes to beat him. He has the personality that makes by paying your subscription to Margaret or by paying at the Journal office and crediting her with your votes. AMO A ‘ A Andrews Photo Ramona Remme is a pretty young lady and an excellent can- didate in the Journal’s campaign. Although Ramona did not get a very good start she is making up for it these last few days of the campaign. Ramona is overcom- ing her handicap of being a new- comer to Shelton and is winning many new friends and votes for herself with her pleasant smile and a charming personality. l l I Andrews Photo BOBBY WENZ You will know when Bobby Wenz calls on you to sell you; a subscription to the Journal that you would like to see him the proud owner of a new bicycle.i He can be just that by high vote count when the votes are counted at o’clock Saturday night. Pay him your subscrip- tion to the Journal and save mon- ey. Andrews Photo DANNY DAVIDSON Several people have been in the office to pay their subscription and cast their votes for Danny, which proves what his friends think of Danny and the Shelton- Mason County Journal. Danny is a real go-getter and he’s going to be a hard man to beat in the Journal’s subscription campaign which ends promptly at 9 o’clock Saturday night. .______. Andrews Photo ALBERT LUHM Albert has been one of the workers in the Journal’s campaign and stands a good chance of being first when the final votes are counted. If you are one of the many who would like to see him in that place, pay him .for your subscription before Saturday night and receive an excellent paper for the next year. CECIL McHENRY OF UNION is one of the candidates in The Journal’s campaign. Cecil as- l sures us that he has plans all laid out to see everyone, who gets their mail through Union, before the end of the campaign at 9 Saturday night. You will save money by paying your subscription to Cecil this week. Andrews Photo HUGO GLASER, JR. This is none other than Hugo Glaser, Jr., who comes from Har- stine Island. People living on Harstine Island should be proud of him and back him to the limit. At the first vote count Hugo was doing very well and is trying to move up in the standings so he will prove a winner when the Journal campaign ends. Pemmlcan Pemmican, iron ration of German parachute troops, was invented by American Indians. Journal Want-Ads—Phone ' 100 you agree with him when he tells you what a wonderful offer the Journal is making in letting him sell you this paper for a reduced, rate and at the same time win a brand new bicycle for himself. Trio Arrested On Driving Charges Fractures of the state motor code caused three Mason County residents to be hailed into court over the weekend with State Pa— trolman Cliff Aden and Deputy Sheriff Fred Hickson making the arrests. Miles Davidson of Shelton was fined $15 and costs by Justice M. C. Zintheo yesterday and his 1i- cense suspended for 30 days on a reckless driving charge sworn out by Aden, who made the arrest Sunday morning on the Olympic highway at short distance south of Shelton. Aden also arrested William G. Miller, Skokomish India'n, a. few minutes before that on a negli- gent driving charge but Miller failed to appear for his hearing yesterday. A warrant for his at- rest has been sworn out by Aden. Henry Gould of Arcadia Road was arrested last Thursday by De- puty Hickson and given a ten-day jail sentence, plus court costs of $3.50 by Justice Zintheo on a charge of driving without an op- erator’s license. Herr Shakespeare Cultural note culled from the Deutscher Weckruf und Beobachter, New York Nazi organ: Quite a num- ber of people also describe the Ger: man classical author, Shakespeare, as belonging to English literature, because—quite accidentally born at Stratford-on-Avon——he was forced by the authorities of that country to having a ‘ write in English. ____/ Fishing Good At Dewatto, Reports Of Scrivener Say By Mrs. P. W. Nance Dewatto, April 28. — The 500 club met Friday evening. The usual three tables were in play. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Cunningham won first prizes, and Mrs. George Ellis and Mr. second high. Mr. George Milbourn has bought the Montgomery place, known as “Monty Brook Farm.” It is lo- cated on the Dewatto Creek four or five miles from Dewatto Bay. We are having beautiful warm weather. Everyone took advan- tage of the nice day to do their shopping Saturday. Among those seen on the Bremerton streets were: Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Cun- ningham, Mr. and Mrs. Burt, Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Or- cutt, Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Nance and Mr. and Mrs. Lief Beckman. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Nance of Hoodsport, visited with his bro- ther P. W. Nance at Dewatto on Friday. . Mrs. Minard Babeock had as guests to lunch Wednesday, Mrs. Arney Dahl, Mrs. Lief Beckman, Mrs. Wally Tillman and Mrs. Mercer, and the two Misses Wills. I Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Nance were entertained for dinner and cards Saturday evening, by Mr. and Mrs. Walter Moore of Holly. Mr. Lieber, of the Lieber Log- ging Co., of Kitsap Lake, was a business visitor in Dewatto Val- ley Saturday. The fishing in Dewatto Bay has become quite a popular sport. Dick King landed a 19slb. Ling Cod and George Ellis an 18-lb. one last Sunday. —_. l l DO YOU KNOW? Ten thousand pounds of horse- meat will be changed into a like poundage of fighting salmon at Grand Coulee dam this season. The Leavenworth migratory fish control station recently placed the order for the horsemeat, which, when received, will be ground into small particles for ‘salmon food. Experts assert that, contrary to human beings, fish grow one pound for each pound of food con- sumed. If you Wish to Sell you’ll Have lto Tell—~Journal Want-Ads. Lee Baxter won H. M.l Page Three ' Andrews Photo PRENTICE DUNBAR Prentice Dunbar is a topnotch salesman and an excellent work- er. He realizes that the boys and girls in the Journal’s campaign are the pick of the young people in this locality and he’ll have to exert every effort if he stands in first place when the votes are counted Saturday night. ...with our compliments! We havearranged to have as our guest. a skilled Colonial Dames-Beauty Counsellor ...to bring you beauty news from Hollywood. Won’t you come in for a‘ refreshing facial and discuss the essentials of effective skin care and the possibili- ties of enhanced charm and beauty through individual flattering makevup? Learn from this‘carefully ,- trained consultantthesecret of enduring and endearing loveliness...with our com- pliments. 'Phone for an ,’ appointment now. FIR DRUG STORE Opening May 1 A New Women’s Apparel Shop for Shelton and Mason County to be known as the — POlka Dot Shop on Raierad Avenue near Third St, next to The Chatterbox Cafe. Several well-known and popular lines of ladies apparel will be featured. MABEL KREITER VERA MORGAN SHE ION MILK PRICES In order to comply with fair trade practices, the Retail ‘ Milk Distributors of Shelton agree to maintain the es- tablishedeprice ofmilk as follows, effective as of May 1: SKIM MILK .05 pen Qt. .20 per 4 Qts. .15 per gal. can I" WHOLE MILK .11- per Qt. .07 per Pint per 1/2 Pint COMMERCIAL CREAM WHIP CREAM 1.80 per Gallon .50 per Qt .25 per Pt. .15 per» 1%; 1 Pt. 2.50 per Gallon .65 per-Qt. . .35. per Pint .20’per l/z Pint BUTTER MILK penGallon; .08 per Qt. k 40¢ per gallon shall be effective to consumers that use not less than one gallon delivery, on alternate days. The practice of donating free cream shall be discon- tinued. Milk tickets shall not be sold at reduced prices. In order to Deliverymen one day off give the Retail per week. effectiVe September 7, 1941, Sunday delivery will be discontinued. Twice-a-day delivery will be made on the Saturday prior. MASON COUNTY CREAMER-Y .............. __ 4-E DAIRY ..................................... .................. .. Everett Fourre LATZEL DAIRY .......................................................... _. M. Latzel OLUND’S DAIRY‘ ........................................................ __ Ed Olund TAYLOR’S JERSEYFARM ..... .. ....................... .. Geo. R. Taylor BIEHL’S GARDEN DAIRY ................................ .. HarVey (Signed) Emil Lauber, Mgr. Biehl MIDGET DAIRY ......................................... ....... .. J. H. Rutledge . FRED BELL’S DAIRY ________________________________________________ _. Fred Bell