Newspaper Archive of
Shelton Mason County Journal
Shelton, Washington
Lyft
Get your news here
Mason County Journal
News of Mason County, WA
May 1, 1941     Shelton Mason County Journal
PAGE 5     (5 of 8 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
 
PAGE 5     (5 of 8 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
May 1, 1941
 

Newspaper Archive of Shelton Mason County Journal produced by SmallTownPapers, Inc.
Website © 2019. All content copyrighted. Copyright Information.     Terms Of Use.     Request Content Removal.




" WV, May 1, 1941, SHELTON-MASON ' “3 Wnere you are. l Juveniles or Degree. or Girl Scout Mother- COUNTY JOURNAL ' Colonial Dames ._._.~___ ....._/ W/ Page Five Visits Brother Here Scout Leaders T P18 ESE-Ad (3! Honor Meet Saturday l Daughter Banquet Held 1:11,}! anitMrsd Rilcmllfd Aggrololeoleec; Mondayd .n } 1d 0 a1 “Ia-“VA } Juveniles of the Dc l‘ce of Hon— :f.‘ (‘irl Scout Troo No. 4 bcldl .le aug ‘er aye rom . eia- Jir cou ea ers Wl 10. a 13..-... lor will meet Saturdaygat 12:30 at lthelr Mother-Daughter hanquetl lccom City, spent the weekend with regular meeting Monday evening, troll"ch .the LOOF. Hall. Following the ' {Thursday evening at 6:30 at my V. . E t his brother, Leonard Attwood and i May 5 With Miss Florence Jensscn home l meeting the group will enjoy a ———————-—-—-— iscout Han. The banquet table hadl family. at p. m. L iThmtr‘" part)" a White hm“ at 0am and fluegl i.~..-..-“a.~..-..-..-..o..-:v..-..-;-..-..-..-..-..~..-..-..~..-..v..-..o..u.u.-..-..w..-..:..:»:..2..:..:»:«:»:~:«:»:~:«:«:~' ‘5 _. yellow tulips‘ prierSeS an r sentin an un aralled 0 .i. o o o o o o n o o o o o o o o v o o o o o o o o o o o 0 o o lcfllifflrlim “Sit-5‘ SISll‘r .___________,.. _.._. PHONE 1oo_,___ W lother yellow spring flowers anchpoguxuy f5. establislaed Colonial ‘13: 3: l MI’S. Lllt‘llil Fisher 0f Stockton, iin the center was a circular vaselDaInCS customers to coxnplin and .2. .3. l(‘.alif., is visiting- the Claude Lo- Executive Board lHood Canal Women’s Club 13,150 containing yellow flowersw‘agk questions about the”. beautle ,g. lgan home. with her sister, Mrs. 01' Federation Meets {Shelton Garden Club Guests ,Ii.is decorated'the fireplace man—lnécds, Miss Helen Waterman 0x1”, 3: lLogan and her niece, Ida lurk—y Twenty members of the Execu-i The Hood Canal Womens Club! no” A cor-sage awalted ~each M0.l pert consultant of the Colonial .z. .5 lland. She arrived ill Seattle SeV— tive Board Of the Mason County.was the guest of the Shelton Gar—{filer at her placecard Following Dames Staff win be in the Fir :3: .3 leral weeks ago and accompanied :chel-ation of Women's Club andlden Club at a 12:30 luncheon atgthe dinner the girls presentedleg store ’from May 5 to May 3. A 3: ers. Kirkland home on Monday, two visitors, Mrs. Robert Scott their regular meeting Monday illitheir Flag Pageant in WhiCh theYl 10. .3. .g. ers. Kirkland having spent the and Mrs. Esther Boice, president the Memorial Hall. Mrs. H. Tip-‘an appeared, The Mothers and: M.“ erterman win we in 3: .2. ‘weekend in that city. and secretary respectively of the ton of K‘arnilche was 8.150 a guest daughters present included Mrs. l “yhol‘r'nakn‘ an 8‘ “ointmflt ’wi'th .§. :2: , Kamilche club, met at the new of the club. They were all seated‘Lawrence Burro,“ and Beverly, 1 f“ h.“ 'li’rl‘qtmnu69 faciai .E. D .z. 11““ Dim” “at?” Moose Hall for a 1 o’clock lunch- lat one long table beautifully de-- Mrs, Ross and Charlotte. Mrs.i 2; Eiiiffygdfinéfifl“ {Vim 'W. 31 ., ' v..2'§‘.2'£.55 3: F“ Fndayv may 23 Icon Wednesday, April 30. The corated with flowers furnished William Valley and Marjorie Arm,i com Smeht; of t'h‘n Xi,” Drh' ago Wm- 3. , The Shelton Dancmg club an—‘tables and room were. beautifully and arranged by Mrs. Walteers, Claude Rhodes, and Patricia,, St ‘ V g 3: _ .g. ‘nouni-e the last dance of the sea- decorated with many huge hour Kullrich. The serving committee Mrs. Clarence Arbogast and Bet—z mefl , , .3. gin/“M M em :3: C son will be heldthe fourth Frl- quets of Hawthorn and purple andlwas in charge of Mrs. Guy Hut— ty Lou_ Mrs, Jackson and Ron—1-: A Simply grand make-up that g. a u F | B o ,2 r“ ounty day in May, the 23rd. The com-{white Iris. The luncheon we Slchinson, chairman, Mrs. LeC ona, Miss Maude Shorter, Mrslyml may "0t have “led (though '3: ‘g avn‘gs mittee in charge are Mr. andlserved by the members of thciFriend, Mrs. Don McKay, MrSMRobert Tabke and Mrs. R. L. Mit-l ‘1 Womendous numb" 0f mung-,2} :2: . Association Mrs- “(W Mcc‘mkeyv “hairmmll 3agles Auxiliary. {Walter Kullrich, Mrs. Orle Gen—'chen, llooklng women. swear by 1t.) 15-3. % .Mr. and Mrs. Wm. McKenzie, Mr.» Mrs. B. C. Combs, president ofltor, and Mrs. Wm. McKenZiev Saturday the girls will meet at[Colonial Dames Campus Makeup. (:5 :3: and Mrs. Roy Kimbel, Mr. and the Federation called the meetingi Mrs. Fred Short of Union, past the Scout Hall at 10 a. m. to hikelTlchbase lS thle lntOlstuappllgatlon W; Id Y rk h . 1. é. ers. Mcrntt Kaphmgst. :to order, With Mrs. Jean Fredsonipresident of the Hood Canal WO_ out to Walker park. Each girl is. typn w-you appy 1 WI 1 a mp .3: ou you i e cxpmt elp With some puzz mg :3: 'leading the Lord’s Prayer. Mrs. Pierpont Robinson was acting secretary for the. meeting. The ,group discussed Ways and Means and a Theatre party was plan- [ned Mrs. W. L. Weyand is chair-. lman of the Ways and Means and Iis also in charge of the Theatre . ticket sale. She will see that the l president of each club is furnished lwith tickets. The date of the par- ty will be announced later. A convention of the Washing- lton State Federation of Women’s lclubs will be held in Seattle in 1June. Representing the Mason County Federation and the Dis- trict will be Mrs. Combs and Mrs. H. E. Peterson of the Grapeview ‘club, first director. A vote of thanks was sent to men's Club gave a short talk in-3 4 the newly elected president who; has been in charge oflthe plant-, ing , of the Hoodsport school; ground. The front of the school‘ which was just steep hillside was beautifully transformed with hundreds of natural shrubs and flowers. Mrs. Emery Burley,l chairman of Railroad Avenue, beautification project reported on; its progress and Mrs. Wm. Mes! Kenzie, chairman of the advertis-l ing for the Music Festival, which‘ the Club is sponsoring, reported the results. A raising vote of thanks was given to Mrs. 'Burley and Mrs. McKenzie for the splen- did work they have accomplished. gemlizer for Your fil—iwn I l '1 Mean/lymwplanlhod U ‘ GARDENS ‘ . Mrs. H. L. Miller, in c‘har e of Tl’lE FLOWERS {m Mrs.‘ .Fred Short ?f Umm} for herl Red Cross sewing, reportedg and LAWNS untlrmg efforts in making the m, ed an to gew sa in there is GARDENS .spring meeting a success. Mrs. h t '. 1’ gnaw for FLOWERS Frank Robinson presented Mrs. Egoug {Ina gift”; k’mthe matey SHRUBBERY E. C. Riebow, retiring president, 056 W 0 “"5 0 a e ial home to sew. Mrs. Eugene Browning read a paper “Pruning and Feeding—Essential for Beau- tiful Shrubs.” Louis Mobbs of Mud' Bay gave a most interesting “talk ,on how to grow plants from seed 'and what to do to raiSle choice plants. Following his talk he an- Meetlng Held Tuesday swered many rq'u'éstions. The pa; Dr. and Mrs. Boy Collier werelper 0“ “HOW t9 GTOW Clematls» hosts to the Marytha Bible ClassJ‘tO have began glven by Mrs- Purl at their home Tuesday evening Jvemlson, Will soon appear in The. The group gathered at 6:30 for a ’ Journal- l planned potluck dinner. The five! 'Mrs. C. E. Runacres displayed! tables in the spacious dinner room .an attractive group of rock plants.«l were centered with lovely bowl an named, which the members quets of iril and bridal wreath. l and visitors greatly enjoyed. She F 0110‘”ng the dinner, MI‘S. (Collier. I also included four types of Scotch chairman of the program commit- broom which was grown in her tee. requested Rev. R0138“ Bmmb- , garden. Two attractive figurine ,lay to read several of his original arrangements of primroses were lpoems. Mrs. l with a past president's pin in be- half of the members of the ex- l ecutive board. She was also pres- ented a lovely potted plant from Ithe Lake Isabella club by Mrs. lLoris E. Johnson. Marytha. Bible Class LAWN MOWER $6.49 \Vith rubber tires. 16—in. S—lllade, high quality Crown Mower. with lU—lu wheels and rubber tires. Finest construction, self-sharpening and adjusting, ball—bear- inst. $9.75 Value. 69c GRASS CATCHER White canvas with strong galvaniZed bot- tom. Will fit all standard mowers. Reg, 85c Value. Brumblay gave 8- : brought by Mrs. Burley, the beau- toast to the class and ’Mrs. Hugh! tiful anemones were furnished byl vHamilton. class president. gavel Mrs. Fred Diehl. Mrs. L. D. Hack the reSpon-‘le- At You 08-“ 6&Chlcleverly arranged blue and pink person answered with his or herl flowers in a blue Wise and Mrs._ name‘ The group then jOiYIed inl Cropper displayed two vases of 50118“ All Of the foregomg Pro'lred roses. Mrs. O. Gonter’s ar- gram was recorded and then re-: rangement of blue iris was great- hOuscllold site ., , p- Iona 13’ low prices. si‘ilnforced. has produced later in the evenirlg.’ A11 ly enjoyed as was Mrs. Hutchin— ‘°“g braces hour 0f games was enjoyed bYlson's arrangement of Rhododen- lltvllle group under the direction of (irons, . . rs. Brumblay. The dinner com- ' 1.19 5° FEET Imittee. was composed of Mrs- v.33: 2l33m§°2§l°itllgs“3‘58; 1 rill Saieger, Mrs. Walter ‘Elliottlm-hcom and'Bordeaux ’schools to - $2.49 and Mrs. Jerry Samples. Those 'be placed in their libraries, ‘l enjoying the evening were Mr.‘ and Mrs- Hugh Hamilton» and The Garden Club acknowledges Mrs. Charles Runacres. Miss 335- land thanks Dr. Emery Burley and lee“ Runacres. MT- and Mrs- Glen Guy Hutchinson for donations. Storey and daughter Joyce. Mr- Mrs. J. T. Burke, Mrs. A. L. Bell‘ and Mrs; Mervin Wingard and and Mrs, M rritt K - v son, Mervin, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. new club mefnberg aphmg‘SF ‘a're‘ Walter Elliott and daughter Anna Lou, Wal er Elliott, Jr.. and Miss ._ Ba 1- t y p 1 Jean McCann, Mr. and Mrs. Clare .‘ Atari: 5:351:19 3:55, Hammond, Mr. and Mrs. Clive A large number of the Baptist Troy, Harvey Beal, Miss Mary Dobson’ Rev. and Mrs. .B.Y.P.U. members Journeyed to Tbs-in. Ilnr-«ply double braid hose in r\O foot length. com- plete WTCh couplings. This V is a big value. It's worth um 1“ s2 50. ., g 1 .. b mild Ca llllue ename‘l. ,5... n... Cold Pack Canner 98¢ Prepare for your summer canning now. $1.50 VALUE. GARBAGE CAN Bmmb' T-umwater Tuesda eveni f r a 20 Gallon 13% MT- and Mrs. Jerry samplesv skating party atythe Tfignwgter glint an?) Mrs- Merrill 588$”. the Roller Rink. All those that attend- OS 5, r. and Mrs. Collier and ed report that they thoroughly en- children Winnifred and Boy Col- lien joyed themselves. On Friday of this week the‘ 'young people plan to again go to Tumwater to aid with the The greatest value ever offered. Full 20- gallon Hot Dipped Heavy galvanized garbagv: can. Water Light and rustproof. Specially reduced to $1.59 from $2.25. Phone 232 lh\.‘\k Cc a-“ . ._ .. u-.. ._..______._ “.A AND Aunt DEKKER IN "REACHING Fol 'I'Hl SUN"—A PARAMOUNI' PIC‘I’Ull "Sez you!” sez Albert Dekker— "Sez me!” sez joel McCrea— luul cup of M'J'B"! ALIII‘I’I That’s the bunk! Sure, this go ee’s good, but that’s because 1t 3 strong— and like strong cof- fee, see? . ion: 0. K., wise guy, so you like ll strong. But you’ll like M. J. B. any way it's made—strong or. weak or ill-between. Try this. It’s less than regular strength. , .' ALIIIT: Well, say—ma.be you do know what you’re talking about. This does look weak, but it sure tastes firm. Plenty of real flavor: JOEL! What’d tell you? Even a stubborn lug like you can’t argue about a. taste like that. You can’t make a. bad cup of M. J. B. WHY YOU WON'T MAKE A BAD CUP OF M. J. 3. ...Make your coffee with the same care and in the same way you have in the past. Two exclusive M. J. B’. f eatures—a richer roast-and double blending—will give you the finest- cup of coffee you ever tasted. GUARANTEE.Buyapound today. I Try it for a week. If it’s not the l l Visit Bremerton Amaranth Meeting Batstone and Mrs. Ida Kirklandfheld in the Tumwater Baptist motored to Bremerton Monday' Church. Those wishing to go are evening to visit the BremertonlfiSked ‘0 meet at the ChUl'Ch‘ at Court, Order of the Amaranth.l6:45 p-m. They reported a very enjoyable Other meetings to be held this time. week include the Thursday even—l ing prayer service at 7:30 p. m. in the lower parlor of the church and fireside service on Saturday evening at the same time. Sun— day evening's service will start at 6:15 p. m. as usual. During the month of May the lessons will 'be given by the newly elected cabinet members of the associa- ti. ca n'i' make Entertains Bridge Club Mrs. Roland Gerhardt enter- tained at her home Tuesday eve- ning for the members of her bridge club. Guests for the eve- ning were Mrs. Walter Nash, Mrs. J. H. Gray and Mrs. Harry Ditt- man. Honors were won at the two ’tables of cards by Mrs. Vivian Morgan and Mrs. Fred Hickson. Delicious refreshments were Serv- ed by the hostess. ! tion. ‘ Mrs. Roland Gerhardt ‘ Leaves. For Texas Monday Afternoon Mrs. Vernon Davidson left on the 1:30 train from Tacoma Mon- day for San Antonio, Texas, where she will be one of the speakers at the 37th annual meet- ing of the National Tuberculosis Association being held there. On the same train was Mrs. Buch- lanan, state executive secretary. The two ladies will travel toge- ther and will reach their destina- tion Sunday. Mrs. Davidson will appear on the program early Monday. . Accompanying Mrs. Davidson to the train were Mrs. B. N. Collier, Mrs. I. Wilson, Mrs. Lester ,,Vallett, Mrs. M. C. Zin- ltheo and Mrs. Frank Pulver. I Mrs. Leonard Attwood Entertalns Bridge Club I Mrs. L. E. Attwood entertained! at her home Friday evening forl l . , ‘, Q 2.3 an”, .- 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! the Emoto Bridge club. Two ta- bles of contract were in play with Mrs. Harold Meade and Mrs. Har-l ry Dittman winning honors. Re- freshments were served by the hostess to the following members of her club: Mrs. William Nob- lett. Mrs. J. H. Gray, Mrs. Harry Dittman, Mrs. Harold Meade, Mrs. Paul Dittman, Jr., Mrs. Frank Fentiman and Mrs. ,James Dun~ bar. 'l DRIP GRIND. . . for drip or glass «flu makers l . REGULAR GRIND...Ior pol-cola!" or «flu poi all. troducing Mrs. H. R. Dickinson, be an all day affair. . Mrs. Leigh Duffield, Mrs. Royl special meetings that are being ' l to bring her own‘ lunch for it will. smoothly. It makes smooth as Activettess Slate l w -I ' l Ednes‘ay meeting lan artificial look. It comes ifour flattering l l 1 medium, tan and deep ton. The Activettes will meet for a.- 6:30 dinner on Wednesday, May 7 with Mrs. Hugh Clark. It will be a regular meeting. Girl Scout Regional Conference Scheduled The Regional Conference Pacific Northwest, Girl Inc. will be held in Seattle May 7-8—9. The headquarters will be in the new Washington Hotel. Banquets and luncheon have been planned for the three day meet—. ing and among the speakchl scheduled are Mrs. Herbert Hoov-l Taxes ' er and Governor Arthur B. Lang- l {sh-bud 100 lie. Anyone planning on attend- :3 -— ing should contact Mrs. A. E., Klassell by Tuesday, May 6. led in. of thclwith the rouge (you'll love desire! . Advertise It! Say It WITH FLOWERS They Bring Comfort and Happiness FUNERAL DESIGNS AND HOSPITAL BOUQUETS Delivered anywhere, anytime Travis Floral Shop Shelton Hardware Bldg. Phone 232 270-W American Legion Auxiliary Schedule Special Program _,At the regular meeting on Tues- day evening, May 6, at the Mem- orial Hall the American Legion Auxiliary will present a special program to honor the Mothers of veterans. Refreshments will be served during the evening. Mr. and Mrs. Horace Crary are co- chairmen for the evening and the meeting will start at 8 o’clock. 5060 — Woman's Elecirlc Show Cool Dress. Horizontal panel in llom. Pleated skirt. Action back. Turn-back Gilli. Notched collar. Navy. Rose. Green . . . 381944. .I '\ Make hot day: smarl day: will: one of these June Love Sheers. There are 10 cooling :lyle: in lllis collection. Elecln‘c Shears, 3 Corded Voile: and Hunky Lawns-'a“ of "'3", ton. controlling ribbon'bofl. quite lhe newest, coolest, mosl re“ ’ mméi°k'."o°‘j"". hashing Fabric holes yel struck. They’re! \ \ ‘ expensive of course, but our June Love Plan of new slyle; arriving‘ monlllly permilledluk falcover our need: before demand shot prices up. THEY LAUNDER' BEAUTIFULLY Wu new 5056-Mims Electric Sllur. Square neck and U-sllapod poclels lrlfilmod willl double frills el lace. Deep shlrvin on sleeves and shoulders. wo- lll Styles in All—5 are 2 Junior Slyles. . . . . 4 Misses Styles . . . . 14 lo 20 loned pad blot dry and then blend 5 your skin velvctimsubdues shine and helps to veil minor skin blem- l ishes, yet doesn't gin: a trace of; 11] shades - light,; Campus Make-up rouge is ap- plied in the same manner (with- lmoistencd pad) and lightly blend-l Add lipstick to harmonizel the Scouts gay new Signal Red and the lusol cious Indian Remand you have the most natural and becomiugly youthful make—up your heart could ,, u A Vacant b mac won‘t. Pay 4 Women's Styles. . . .0 0 problem of beauty care? Do you wish for a love- licr com lcrion. . . . a 7207's fl’ti‘li‘f‘f‘Vl. :‘rv'iiiitf'cl . . .. , ; cxcitmg make-up? o o ’1'. o o o o 0 on... o 00 o o .z. o v o .- .. n o 9 Whatever your beauty problem, we. invite, ‘,'O'l to -:. visit Miss Hazel Watcrmrm, special COLDA‘IAL ‘DAMES consultant. in our Toiletries Department, 0 o o .00....”.. ‘l‘ '0 of. from May 5th to May 10th. 39 :z: :2: .g. 3, C. ox. :fi; ’Phonc now for an appomtmcnt and receive a re— i ’frcshing, instructive facial and specialized flatter- ing make-up, with our compliments. V > See your :3: ‘3; best features enhanced, your “not-so-good” points 1;: ‘1? subdued, thrOugh the subtle, modern art of “Op- :i- :5: tical Illusion.” Exquisite Colonial Dames Beauty :5 lg: Aids will be used exclusively. 2;: .x. .g. It: 3. 3:3 ' :13 H: F' D s =2 ll: 11' rug tore .g. ;"13: g: 5;: 213 Railroad Avenue Shelton, Washington £3? :E: l tf”i“2°~t~2~t~t~:“:~2~2":“2'(~1”:~2“1”:~1~2"1“:“:~1~2~2“2~:~1~3~:“2~2"2"?'1”?°2~2~2~§~l~2~l~3»}°:‘:.- 505i — Junior could Voile. Fitted mldriff. Tics back sash. Embroidered Organdy vestee and col- lor trimmed with Venisc lace. Aqua. Rose. Navy. .........lllol7. 5055-Minls Cord-d Valle. 30: pleat-d silrl’. Bias pochls. cuff; and blouse him. Action bull. Notched collar. Brown. Royal. Rod . u . . M to 20. 5058 —Woman': Honky Lawn Coat Dress. Semi-circular pedals. loco Mllod. Show frillcd with loco. Plouts in skirt. Bluu. Ron. Aqua. .......3H°44. illustrated ll lo 17 38 lo 44 “WW1 Arms 6... f“:- wsv~r.-..