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Page Six SHELTONwMASON COUNTY JOURNAL Thursday, M. ’ M, .. . l Business And Professional i Eagles Social Club “’.S.C.S. SLATE 0.E.S. Social Club E ' Mother's Day I: :— “'omsn Honor Their Mothers 1 Plans Public Luncheon “’EDNESDAY MEETING 1 Holds Regular Luncheon '0nly TWO Days At Methodist (12h The Business and Professional] lub m t on The Women’s Society for Chris- ‘The Order of Eastern Star 30- - The Junior Women entertained at the L. D. : W311;gigeiofoglaijegsefi lfinch-i tian Service of the Methodist i Cial club held their 1:00 o‘clocleor will sponsor a M5 , Hack home for their Mothersl eon at the Moose Han in the 50.. ad . lChurch will meet in the church I luncheon Tuesday at the Masonic} _'___ from 4 p. m.. to. Monday evening. Following a? cial room. The hostesses for the i at 2 P- m Wednesday. May 1‘1. I Texnplejwth 34 members presentl With only two days, Friday and! day. The ‘Marl’. ’- 6130 dinner the 21 present emoy_j afternoon were, Mrs. Dorothw W'mmmm Mrs. Clare Hammond VVlil hm» 1 Spring IlOWCY‘S were used to deco-E Saturday, left to go, the Fir Drug, is (:ofopei‘atiiig. . / V ed a picture at the Graham Thea: Lamb.v Mrs, Opal Fredrickson and PHONE 100 reView ‘of the study chapter on: rate _the tables. The .bllSlnCSSl Store’s Colonial Dames demon—; b0 gl‘v'o‘fl by the _g I Educational Institutions. Home I meetlng was followed With carqsl Stration is concluding a very sue! Junior Church- tre. The Hack home and dining‘ Mrs, Myrtle Glenn, Another pub- table were beautifully decorated lie luncheon was planned for with lovely roses grown in Hack’s‘ Wednesday, May 21. garden. l American Legion Auxiliary Holds Busy Monday Meeting The regular meeting of the Am-‘ crican Legion Auxiliary was held Tuesday evening in the Memorial .Hall. Mrs. Eula Martin, poppy chairman, reported the headquar-' l ters for the poppy sale will be at ‘ 10 at the Memorial Hall beginning =~Iunier American Legion ; lConference Here Saturday l The spring conference of the 3 Junior American Legion Auxil— iary of the Fourth and Tenth Dis- trict will be held in Shelton May‘ i trek ‘ at 1 o’clock. Miss Helen Leghorn, 1 and Mrs' C' E- Runacres' ‘en offering envelopes should be and Foreign:" Mrs. W. M. Elliott will tell how students of Ginling; College, when Nanking was ni—; vaded, set forth on a 2500-mile‘ into the interior of China imoving their college with thein.‘ The hostesses will be Mrs. Robert C. Johnson, Mrs. Hugh Hamilton. All lent— 3 with Mrs. Purl Jemison winning, cut prize and Mrs. William Max—l well winning high. A nominating; committee was appointed. Host-l esses for the luncheon were Mrs. Myra Collier, Mrs. Florence Gro-' shong, Mrs. Ed Elliott, Leona E1- liott and Carrie Elliott. The next meeting will be June 3. cessful week, according to R. membi‘m Of theJ Grenberg, pronrietor. iOf the congregan' . , invited to attend. Conducted by Hazel Waterman, will be rendered expert consultant of the Colonial .‘ . Dames staff, the demonstration isl ll‘néhanccll. the; proving of great value to locall1n 8 mm“ . women with beauty problems. l Miss Waterman will give alll ‘who make an appointment with; St. David’s Thomas E. Memorl ‘ the c‘hclton “ .cr‘ing Goods Store? 4th DlStrlCt preSldentv Will I'epl'e‘f . . . l her, refreshin inst“uctive fat-la l r. r . at 1:1 Railroéld ALveni'n D< ‘w 1' sent the Department Of VVRShlng' brought m at “€115 tlme' 5 860“ mowers plan and s ecializeg make—u i with "hel Sslvmes eve y' ople mg , “‘ . 4““ O . ~ . - -. i This new seeiety at large has'To Help Boy Scouts P l . ‘ lat l-30- “1 bu . t1 t rt , . “L d , ,c L-b_‘ ton, Mrs. William Valley, adv1sorr _ 1 t- f ‘i F 1- Drum . U A 1*? mo 10“ PIC We M «L 1 . . assed the 1 000 000 mark «no is‘ The Scout Mothers f T 25 comp‘me“ 5 0 me 1 b ' erty” to be Sponsored by thei to the Shelton group, is general p 4_ v u l 1‘ 0‘ T001) Store. E 8k ‘ Auxiliary at thépME-fimunt thew} Chairman, and Miss Marjorie Ann; headed for the 2,000,000 goal. Al- 3 held their monthly meeting at thei ‘ ., i we, navel been chamre‘d to June, Valley, local president, will pre_: ready’ lit ‘1: reputedf- to be the 1 home of Loui Larson on Wed—l Amaranth Officers To , CRYSTAL WHITE 6 and 7. Florence thnollv Mai-3315‘“ 0V9!“ “10 mefitmg- lwifldé 1325951: Ohmimr} WWW“ l nfzsda?’ 3‘5 2‘ .0 Clock one Of th-e Practice Friday' Tues‘lay l 0 - b ~ tha Witsiers Chum 00”ng werfl Colonial History, the namom“,organization. The olgamzation re-iniaJOI objects of the Mothers is Amaranth officers of Laureli anusgne , u ., u< p Chips 5-m- 29c appointed as the nominating: com— Hospital Day at American Lake, 'study project which the Shelton ‘group have just finished, will be Eatonville, Tenino, Olympia, Shel~, iplaces the former missionary so- ciety, ladies aid societies andi one head, but with departments, jto help the boys earn the moneyl Court have been summoned to “99de to attend the 590‘“ Camp‘ practice meetings this Friday and .. l mitttee bv the or s‘dent, w't'i Mrs. . l . ~ . l , . Connollyvas Cgflffllflqn 1 l {the theme for the program and‘ othei \vomens work of the for- in July. They request anyone Wish— next Tuesday evenings at 7:30 faced A ~ r- u ‘~ tea The Fourth District com ‘ mer diffe rent branches of: mg a boy to do an odd Job after ovclock in the Masonic Temple, ldlngs Sunday, May 11, the date o: .l ,' , l Methodism. Now all are urder ‘ school or on Saturda t c 11 M ' msts of Tacoma, Puyallup, Yelm,, ‘ v y 0 a r5. . Robert Binns to secure a Boy Mrs. Grove]. Brewster was announced by Mrs. Eula Mar- ton offing and Clovercrmk and, carrying on all the former work { Scout. Among those attending Entertains Bria Club Sn. V - 1 v. tin, rehabilitation Chairman for: 9’ A Y; t -_ Y of: and more. The three pioneer ob- Wednesday's meeting were Mrs. A vi; ' ,01u E r1 - ' p ; grilfnfan Lajku Lind prting' (againsig Egg: URI/ion. jef‘lvts promotion‘of mission- 1 M. C. Clothier, Mrs. R. Binns, Mrs. edgisjlecfi'hgr‘nggx(i:;1 ainifgéaggr gin: _.______.. Loam... niaiiagei WOT“ (lil’TlClLC-ijlltl teswmv Aberdeen and Hoquiam' ‘ ary programs, asSistance to local I Donovan Palmer, Mrs. B. L. Rose, the members of her bridge Club, l‘Onting LAKOTA ; ake urges1 a..{ members torus/‘1 ,An adult members of the Legion i. church, ‘Suppglt and education and , l‘urs. Lrlen Smith, Mrs. Geo. Crop- Mrs’ Bill Smith and Mrs Ed E1- 11 the $333312: Elisa (1:13 and the Legion Auxiliary are urg- 9(10231 CONSt‘ttuefnC-Vldl‘n‘ . ger-IYI'S- Lol“ Larson) Mrs ‘Andy liott won the honors at cards. 6 edtavern iClovercheal;p A )41 “1: t“, .,it_f ed to be in attendance Saturday. 61 lg I'llg dnC‘WSUPQQr O kt 0? (md‘ Mrs" Walter Glaham Refl'eShmentS were served to the treeS, H ‘\,\_ onF pi.f z o \»1' ‘ I 1 ocal c .ui’ci program at home and ano Mrs. John Ehason. The. next following members of the Club: mthe Tigfigythgrlllns‘tl‘tuilqn ne’iwmAixi/ix-V She/“(m ‘vflmen.s Chorus labio‘fd.w_lt‘he local ieadcr is Mrs. meeting Will be held With Mrs. Mrs. John Bichsel‘ Mrs. Francis ts Whic blank-In taréfion‘lalf sing Al Annual Convention .W' 1 S‘ers- ,Wi‘llel" Graham at 611 Cedar 0" Eacrett, Mrs. Ed Elliott, Mrs. c. d and an Mi Loni o‘nici, iii. (in L “vednesday evening was Chm- ,. .‘ . . , ‘ . . iJlme 4- H. Grunert, Mrs. Roy Rector, and M380“ >_ On th‘ and Mrs. Gene Maitni and Mrs. , .0. }. ,hfll-Old “USE” “9<l(llllg .. on Vv’itsiers who as 4th District vice-f us {oncert mF'ht at “10,20“ .an' i Held In Lutheran Church Juveniles, De ree of Honor Mm: Bin smlth and M”' ErneSt & Imn As (3 e 8-3 ~ . - in ' -onvzntion of th Washin —l .. -. a g . M f P tl't‘h b h 't\ s ell E) l T 6 f V)resideiit gave the {"i‘vt‘tillg- wUdl t «w - e - l M15" Claue Gr'ggs mm Herman Slate Tues‘la)’ meetmg calla)“ O O '1? y' Ob 38"" 031 r 0' A‘Qva , , _ , . l1 M. h 1“ I 7 . ton state rederation of Musid Hemold were married in a quiet, The Juveniles of the Degree of Mrs. Brewster. The ladies Wlll Tme Inw‘ 01mgll ———-— l 13'. Matun .mpf’lte“ m? .d‘n'? Chle Whmh ‘5 Cooperating thls‘ ceremony before relatives and Honor will hold their Mothers‘ meet agam on May 16 WIth Mrs‘ A tad C d B. 3 lnMe; glweih till? tseattgt ($133233? sgfl friends m the Mt‘ Olive Lutheran Day program Tuesday evening, Carlson at Pouatch' /_ “J y ' ' ' ' ' r Xd ’ t Mrq IL 15.. ‘1" 1' in: i r... L , "‘P‘Mj‘fg (mm ' \ufilci Church Saturday evening at 8 May 13’ at the Odd Fellows Han_ “‘ m” A” "— P 651 8n. »- uUlb 491113 a, ieacneis Assn. ihe Shelton o- ouock‘ Thommmmmy was 501_ at 8 O‘clock. A pot luck supper HAPPY HOME . A _, , . .emnized by Rev. R. C. Muhl . will follow the meet‘n . All ar- mtereSt' Mk" Lengtm Spoke “n be” my the program" There were Mrs. Heinold was attractiiyc in ents are invited to‘ attend pthei D at F t g . .iWhat Members (/ould do for the“ approximately 400 persons par-g a navy jacket dress with white moptin National Defense-H After glvmgl llClpatlng in the Progl'am- Thel accessories Her corsagc was of: H g' ————— much thought .to the iiizitter, she: following groups took part in the, mlm'filan 'H'NBS 'Nf' , _ Mr5_ Ed 3,- 3 me . a p g. c said she believed the ‘nl'emllel‘ii; bros-mm: Seattle Pacific College, (121 01. Olympia Kill; Entertaigs cm); .2 should carry on With their Redjii(1ape11:i Chmr; Choral Club of E he}. attendant. Mrs, Kanda’ Wore Mrs. Edgar Byrne entertained i l w” inever forget their Veteran and Re‘l Us; Phllmlld Singers 0f scan”? "lid 1 “user f ~. v h :r lr‘d re club There were two, , Po ff. 2 habilitation program. Mrs. Lem-l Bremen-ton Choral Society; Seat- 30%: U~ug§§po time: Lfé’cudg 'in play with‘Mrs IJAST TW() . , b .. . . - (— o..3 L.) I») c . (“J (’ ' ' ' ' ' ' ' lStra Spent only the One day gill tlc TYPDle‘CllfI Chorus? 3311318“ man Glen Edgiey and Mrs. Cyril Mur- “ — seattle and was accc’mpamea yl ham women’s Mus“: CIUb' and' A'recc )t‘on was l 1' n’~ h the nest winnin the hon- HILLS BROS. her secretary. The tables were at-l the Everett Ladies Music Club. hon“. gulféouu. 1’ at“. 3:31}: 51's}? Mrsg Edgley alsog won the land miniature “Sud painted vasesi SONGS “well credit for the Shel” Heinold’s sister, poured and the ments were served during the eve- iwere used for layers. Thosu ctr} Lon group which is about thel daughters of Mr. Henmld’ Elsie “mg by the hostess. The next S Ilendmg from Shelton were Ml'l same Size Olympm and Ever” and Emily and Mrs. Kanda serv- “109th Will be held May 13 at a . best balanced and drilled, from t .},_ .9, :land, former Shelton resident, was: an onlooker's point of View ac- a tendea t ‘0 I'Ceptlon' er" :at the same table with the Shela} cording to Phil Murphy. Shel- Townsend Ciub N°_ V.F.W. Will Sew S 3 fton group. "tonites will be able to hear the Slates Card party With Mrs. Nelson 0 E The V.F.W. Auxiliary will meet ALL FLAVORS ' Jell-o pkg. 50 ‘ of Indianapolis, Ind, was of much Cross and Child Welfare Work, but tractively decorated with land Mrs. Martin, Mel and lVl‘cil'y‘ i' Dobson. Mrs. John Rottle of Port-. Following the meeting Tuesday: evening, Mr. and Mrs. H. Craryg had charge of the program hon-j loring the Veterans‘ Mothers. lAttend Rainier Court lof Amaranth in Seattle i 2 Mrs. Claude Logan, Mrs. Idal ‘Kirkland and Mrs. Luella Fish-. ,er, the latter from Stockton, Cal-l l , . I'OSt‘Si lien Hallgriinson, the director, dc- men's Chorus rendered three num- , Olympia; Shelton Women’s Chor- ett, appeared to be one of‘ the same program at the Music Fes- tival at the Junior high school' tonight. The convention which started the first of the week has! presented a program each day and evening. Last night’s con-l cert was held in Meany Hall at the University of Washington. Miss Claire Morris navy also with navy accessories, ding. Mrs. George Griggs, Mrs. ed. Many friends and neighbors Townsend Club No. 3 will spon- sor a card party Monday, May 12, at the Memorial Hall following the business meeting at 8 o’clock. Pinochle and ‘500’ will be in play with prizes awarded. The public is invited to attend. To Spend Wee k-end at her home Tuesday evening for 6bkmwmljb Toiletries DEMONSTRATION galloping goose. Delicious refresh- the Hillcrest home of Mrs. Coop— with Mrs. Ell'oy Nelson on Capi- tal Hill Friday, May 9. Mrs. Fred Hickson will be the assisting hos- tess and the group will sew for the Red Cross. l l l l l Returns Home l Mrs. C. C. Anderson returnedl home Friday after spending two! allege! . . . At State Colle e . . . . i i . . ’~ ' ' lifornia, attended a meeting of' Honors Bride—Elect . ,9 Weeks in Sumner Vismng friends -_ uvr Talletmes De jartmewt - 3'le0 l Rainier court 0f the Order Ofl Miss Vivian Downie, who has lafrfiarz rgorglgfaégrsmi A; and relatives. Mr. and Mrs. R. H. I : At J . Amaranth in Seattle last evening. Boyd drove her home and spent the weekend with her. Mrs. Boydl ‘ land Mrs. Anderson are sisters. Thimble Club Will Meet Tonight The Thimble club, Neighbors of chosen the latter part of June for her wedding to Ralph Davison of McCleary, was feted with a mis- cellaneous shower at 1628 Ridge- McCann and Mrs. A. E. Klassel will drive to Pullman to attend the Mothers‘ Day week-end festiv— mad Friday evening, May 2. lities at the college._ The ladies A circus party theme was car—i plan to arrive there m .the after‘ ried out by the hostess! Miss l noon. and Will attend a dinner that Claire Morris. by using red, yel-i evemng‘ Plannmg to attend alSO Woodcraft will meet this evening ;low, blue streamers, balloons and are Mrs' Walter Snelgrovev Mrs- at 8 O'ClOCk With MYS- Myrtle ‘ Side_sh0W. posters The Side_sho“, ‘ «la-Ck Catto and Mrs. Herb Miller. Glenn on Cota Street l i . . . iconswted of such oddities as a l i i iMrs. Fisher is a sister of Mrs, FRESH PRODUCE lwmemmweeu Prices Effecitive Fri. & Sat. Only l FlRM, RIPE i Tomatoes lb. 100 . Cucumbers each9¢, M ~iiiclllllllzlE:-t'alltfz‘llflléllfi.PM» ’ i‘lllllly, Prescripi‘ii swimming match, trained seal and ‘moving picture. 5 played during the evening with i the prizes going to Neva Harris,i V: ~- Margaret Mallows, _Maxine Car— ' stairs and Alcen Knecland. Re- . ‘ ‘ E freshments of pink lemonade, hoti dogs and animal cookies were‘ Games war 9: FRESH ' served by the hostess to the fol~ l I I, lowing guests, Eloise Meininger, j V Send HGT Virginia Look, Shirley Jones, Ne-f 5 | Va Harris, Myrtle Downic, Nedra‘ . S c A land Nita Oppelt, June Eliasony , o Maxine Carstairs, Louis Daniels, O O : Norma Brassfield, ,Priscilla Fran- ‘ 1 icken, Margaret Mallows, Peggy iTownsend Elson, Mary Booth. l i We know . . . because we supply t at all seasons with the better prod“ from our large array of P o p u 1 al‘ Exclusive Toileteries. Local Radishes ,. . . . . . . . . . bunch 1¢ LOCAL Lettuce head 50 Strawberry Rhubarb. . . . . 3-lbs. 10¢ Oranges 2 doz. 390 i Fresh Strawberries. . . Market Price LARGE, JUICY Lemons 2doz. 25c Fresh Asparagus . . . . . . . . 4-lbs. 25¢ Aleen Knee-land, Mona Stevens, _Marguerite Gonter, Francis Gon- iter, Mrs. Kenneth Millikan (for-, lmcrly June Goodwin), Joy Hay- We’re taking orders now for Mother‘s Day gift delivery of beautiful, healthy plants and cut flowers—delivered in Shel- den, and Verley Downie. The I girls kept the balloons for souven- iers. ten or telegraphed to any part i l of the United States. iBaptist Church Schedules ! l l l l l Mother’s Day Breakfast The parlors of the Baptist Church will be the scene Sunday . morning of a Mothers’-Daughters' breakfast which will include all the girls under the direction of; Mrs. James Frew, Mrs. Earl H01- lonquist, Mrs. W. R. Collier, and Mrs. Charles Chase. Mrs. Mary. Silvers is chairman of the pro-i gram; Mrs. Phyllis Brown, chair- I’— Trinket-Box Sachet, _soap, talc, and and twist water only 1.00 only 1.00 4 Old Spice Talcum .............. __ 50¢ and 1.00 Bath Dusting Powder ______ ..' ______________ ._ 1.00 7/6464194/ fanfare-0M 35,, Gift Box — 3 bars Lavender Soap 1.00 Sewing Kit Guest soap, bath salts, toilet water Miscellaneous Suggestions ELECTRIC HEAT PADS 1.98 -- 2.98 -- 3.98 I Eaton. HIGHLAND, STATIONERY 50¢ to 2.00 Colonial Dames MAKE UP SETS man of the breakfast; Mrs. ving Gillum, chairman of v breakfast tables: Mrs. Lou Wylie. will give the welcome for the Mothers, and Frances LeDrew will give the response. Marian Le-t Master and Frances LeDrew will sing a duet; Katherine Botts willl render a violin solo, and Audrey; Daniels will give a reading. The; W.W.G. girls sponsored by Mrs; Hallonquist and Beatrice Milleng are making corsages to present to the mothers. The ladies met at the church! TRAVIS . FLORAL SHOP! Phone 232' Tuesday for a potluck luncheon‘ ‘ ..: .. , l ozoczo£90:.otwtwgwfiw:oo:§o:oo:wzwzuzo0:09:00?9:»:oozoo:u:e¢:oo:¢0:9ozoezoozoozoezwzoozoofiozoezoo2. l to make the final arrangementsl 1.00 __ 2.00 and up , .9. . {.5 for the breakfast. —-—— Lavender Bath Dusting Powder ‘ g, g l .3 Baptist B.Y.P.U. i MANICURE SETS With PUff .................................... .. 1.35 o iChange Meeting Time i LaCross and Cutex . ‘ ‘3’ o o o ’3” The Baptist B.Y.P.U. wish to, English Lavender» Blossom Sachet 09 60 call special attention to the change 4 3. l .3“ in time of their Sunday evenirig ! I 6 Sllken saChetS 1n box """"""" " « meeting. Because of the lengt -v 'q ' ,z. . if rc esira ,3 mg mg the Church has found; Kodaks and Cameras English Lavender Talcum .3, H . ,z. it advisable to hold services fifl-l, Powder .......................... .. and ‘\ , teen minutes later which Wi i . .§. s place the hour at inStea’d o o o o o o 0 0 O O O o o o o o 0 Q o o o .10 o 9 o o 9 o o o o o o o o o o O o '90 p. m. The prayer serviCe :::o,».»‘«.«.«.»,fi§0,00.~.«.¢50“.0’...500.";c.».u.«.»‘u.u.o0.01Io.».u.u.~.«.o0..0:".uzn.».”.u['. ’ V r I be held at 7:30 p. in. All youngl ‘ o 2 .g. N Is a In" a l y people that have no regular. 6-20 Brownie Jumor :x: fled/tum 4amu4 Gala r .a . 3. church home and are over thg. ,g, F age of 16 are cordially invite u . . , . V " ’o" to attend the Senior B.Y.P.U.; ‘é‘ Bouquet Lenthemc wwtanfly lefresmmg Ling, “ .3. , e ’O- meeting. ; 3: fragrant. Bewztchmg Colognes . .3. so! A large group of the members 3 jg: Tweedy A BlentOt 4 1 00. 8 i; of the Senior B.Y.P.U. journeyedl .3. Shanghai and Miracle 'OZ. $ . , 'OZ- 00 0.9 to Tacoma last Saturday evening: ,- 4' ' .3. .5: to hold a joint fireside service; ‘_ . . .g..;..;..;..;..;..z..g..;..:..:..:..;..:..:..:..1..;..;..;..;..;..;..;..g..:..:..;..:..;..:..:..1..:..:..;..g..:..:..;..:«:u:°4‘t. .0. : . with the young people of the Be? v 0’: tesda Baptist Church. Those a -j . .z. , é. tending reported that they. spent: DAY CLARDS- by GleOn; 9:, Brrgught here under the auspices of .3“ 3033135333318 evenmg mm the; ‘ - ' 0 ' ____ l . ,3, ,O. he ACTIVE CLUB of Shelton .g. Girl Scout Council 1 p p 0:9 Admission—Men 75¢; Ladies 25¢ plus tax 00 Slate Monday Meeting ; ‘ o“ v , The Girl Scout Council will meet i , .- :¢c(soooooooooooooooooooeoooo 99%atmchomQOEMrs’EdFanbert' V K ‘0 . o.«.«.«.«.«.«.¢9.90.”.«OOo....«.«.«.«.«.o9.;o.».«,«.«.¢9:9ozoozoozcozoozuoupozo on Monday. May 12, at 2 o’clock. i _, , . M . g. ,. p I , , .